CABIN PASSENGERS: George Fife ANGAS, Esq. (1789-1879), his wife Rosetta nee French (1796-January 11,1867) and their son William Henry (1832 - 1879) |
BRAZIL, Henry - Cabin, |
COODE / GOODE, Mr - Cabin,
FOX, Mr and six children, - Cabin
FOX, Mrs - Cabin passenger died on voyage,
GAMMON, Mr (Religious Instructor), - Cabin |
KAY, Mr - Cabin,
RIDPATH, Edward - Cabin,
ROCK, Dennis (Surgeon-superintendent), - Cabin
STEERAGE PASSENGERS - ALPHABETICAL LIST
The actual passenger list indicates 11 deaths, 3 adults & 8 children during the voyage (date and cause of death not indicated, all buried at sea):
Bridget BARRY - aged 16yr, Thomas BASTIAN / BASLAIN - an infant,William Henry BLIGHT - an infant, Mrs FOX - died on voyage
Ann BOWERING / BROWNING - only 1yr, Ellen LANE - only 1yr,Jane CULLEN - an infant, William GRENFELL - aged 56yr
Ann LAMPIN - aged 1yr, Mary LEONARD - aged 2yr,Ann PEARCE - aged 50yr, Sally TROUGHTON - aged 52yr.
Births on voyage:
Mrs J. Broom - boy, Mrs Bull - boy, Mrs Cole - boy, Mrs Lampria - girl.
Sources: principally The South Australian Register (newspaper)
and a copy of the original shipping list (from the Mortlock Library in South Australia).
THE SHIPLIST website was consulted for comparisons
Cargo of the Ascendant: 12 bales, 2 cases, J Roberts; 12 bales, C Goode; 6 bales, 4 cases, P M Nicol
14 cases, 2 boxes, 12 bags, 381 bars iron, 3 bundles, Major Cambell; 1 box, Maples; 100 tons coals, G S Walters;
1 case, Brunskill; 1 case, Hawkes; 1 case, Flaxman; 3 cases, Garside;
18 firkins, 15 tins, 17 jars, 26 cases, 14 casks, 2 bales, 3 chests, 10 kegs, 6 bundles, 1 roller, 3 trunks, G F Angas.
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