Dipnall Dipnell Dupenhalle et al

Dipnalls as passengers on Ship

 

Mariners and ships in Australian Waters

AVOCA

of London, JOHN C ALMOND, MASTER, Burthen, 905 Tons
from the Port of MELBOURNE to SYDNEY, New South Wales, th Sept. 1878

SURNAME GIVEN NAME STATION AGE OF WHAT NATION STATUS COMMENTS
DIPNALL D. A. MR. PASSENGER
DIPNALL E. A. MR. PASSENGER

 

Newspaper text

September 14.

Avoca, steamer, 1000 tons, Almond, from Melbourne Sep- tember ll. Passengers-Mr and Mrs Austin, 4 children, and servant, Mrs Sumptonand daughter, Mrs Molesworth Green, Miss Green, Miss Davis, Miss Clark, Dr. and Mrs Morison, Messrs. Crane, G. H. Dipnall, E. A. Dipnall, Brown, Pré- vost, Scott, Wear, Strachan, Butterworth, Haddon, Green, Cox. P. and O» Co., agents.

Link: http://pandora.nla.gov.au/pan/45520/20041028-0000/mariners.records.nsw.gov.au/1878/09/051avo.htm

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