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Re: [TSL] HEBER - UK > AUS - 1837
marj@uwaterloo.ca on 07/04/2013

The London Times of June 28, 1837 reported the Heber was spoken with  
"The Heber, from Sydney to Dublin, on the 5th ult, in lat. 20 S.,  
long. 26 W." On June 8, 1837 there is a letter about the Heber taking  
emigrants to Quebec (these are what Canadians call the Petworth  
Emigrants.

She next appears in the paper on Feb 24, 1838 "Arrivals at Batavia  
previous to Nov. 5--The Heber, from New South Wales, and was chartered  
for Europe, to call at Cowes;"

Regards..

Marj


Quoting Kathy Thompson <kmthomster@gmail.com>:

> Looking for a free settler / soldier list of those aboard the *Heber* as
> well as the type of vessel the *Heber* was please.
>
> *Heber*  travelled from Dublin, Ireland to Port Jackson, New South Wales,
> Australia with convicts and the 80th Staffordshire Regiment, as well as 6
> soldier's wives and children.
>
> I believe that one of the soldiers was Abel Hardman, and I am hoping that 3
> of the "soldier's wives and children" are his wife Mary, and their two
> daughters Sarah & Hannah.
>
> Many thanks
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