Ships and passengers arriving about this time were:—
“Harrington”: Messrs. Adams, Chamberlain; Gordon; G. Hawkins; Jackson; Sturgeon; and Watson.
“Himalaya”: Messrs. Barrett; S. Levy; D. Wakefield; and R. Walker.
“James”: Messrs. Golding; and C. Harvey.
“Lapwing”: Messrs. McFarlane and McPherson.
“Lucy Sharp”: Messrs. P. C. M. Mounsey; W. A. Wansey; and M. Fie.
“Mandarin”: Messrs. R. Blomfield; S. Cully; Creag; J. Cooke; Cankwell; W. Cook; Geo. Compton; Durn; Denora; de Witte; J. Fuller; W. Frazer; G. Fleury; W. Figgis; C. Faulkner; J. Herklets; Hay (2); H. Handur; J. and T. Kebble; G. W. F. Ladbrooke; J. T. Mitford.
“Mary” (Capt. Kemp): Messrs. C. Broderick; R. and G. Hart; Capt. Ursula; and Mr. Ward-Parker.
The “Prince Rupert,” 400 tons, commanded by Capt. H. E. Atkinson, left Gravesend on the 20th April, and sailed from the Isle of Wight on the 11th May, 1841. She arrived in September, with 15 married couples, 12 single men, 4 single women, 17 children under fourteen, 14 under seven and 6 under one. The register was certified by Mr. W. F. Alston, surgeon superintendent. The passengers were:—
|Name||Age||Wife's Age||No. of Children|
|Barnes, Wm. and Ann||—||—||—|
|Barnes, Thos., 14; M. Ann 18||—||—||—|
|Bennett, Thos. and Susan||—||—||1|
|Bromwich, Sam and Ann||—||—||5|
|Coley, Wm. and Mary||—||—||4|
|Currin, Richd. and Ann||—||—||4|
|Day, Wm. and Esther||—||—||4|
|Day, Thomas, 22; John||20||—||—|
|Hawkins, Henry and Sarah||—||—||1|
|Herbert, Ben. and M. Ann||—||—||1|
|Hockey, Ch. and Charlotte||—||—||4|
|Hockey, Ben, 27; William||21||—||—|
|Malsbury, Wm. and Eliza.||—||—||2|
|Marshall, John and Ann||22||—||—|
|Petherick, John and Sarah||—||—||2|
|Ring, Wm. and Ann||—||—||3|
|Stickley, Thos. and Louiza A.||—||—||3|
W. F. Alston,