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Shipping and Passenger lists

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 Shipping and Passenger Lists

 

The State Library holds some shipping and passengers lists on CD ROM. These can only be viewed on the State Library Workstations. See their page on Family History Electronic Resources for a guide to what's available.

 

 

 

Use Bound for South Australia website to search passenger lists by year of arrival and ship name for arrivals from England and interstate 1836-1851 (scroll down the page until you see the year links).

 

Immigrants to South Australia, (UK, Assisted passage) 1847-1886 

 

The Ship's List

 

A D Edwardes Collection at the State Library

 

Over 2,000 digitised images from the A D Edwardes Collection have been added to the South Australiana Database on the State Library‚Äôs website.  The A D Edwardes Collection consists of 8,000 photographs of ships, mainly sailing vessels, which visited Australian ports from around the world from 1865 to 1920.  A quarter of the collection has been digitized and having made a good start, the library is eager to continue this project.

 

 

 

You can view images from the collection by searching the South Australiana Database under the name of the collection, A D Edwardes Collection, the name of a ship (e.g. Cutty Sark) or in keyword, Edwardes and the name of a port (e.g. Edwardes Collection and Port Adelaide, 190 hits or Edwardes Collection and Port Augusta, 28 hits).  

 

 

 

These photos will be of interest to family historians and shipping enthusiasts.  If you have any queries about this collection please do not hesitate to contact Stamos Ganiaris at the State Library.

 

 

 

SA Genealogy and Heraldry Society

 

The SA Genealogy and Heraldry Society have a searchable database that lists the vessels whose records survive in some form from 1836 to 1886. 

 

 

 

Bound for South Australia

SA shipping list compiled by Diane Cummings     Bound for South Australia

 

 

 

 

 

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