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Assisted Immigrants arriving in Sydney   1880-96
Assisted Immigrants arriving in Sydney & Newcastle, 1844-59
Australia Passenger Indexes; NSW - Genseek   list of links to online passenger lists in chronogical order
Donegal, Ireland Passengers arriving Sydney Australia
Index to assisted immigrants arriving in Sydney, 1836-96 courtesy State Records of NSW
Index to Miscellaneous Immigrants 1828-1843 names of some passengers who paid their own fare and some assisted immigrants
Index to Vessels Arriving in Sydney, 1837-1925 courtesy State Records of NSW
List of Convict Ships to NSW 1787-1800
List of Convict Ships to NSW 1801-1849
List of Convict Ships to Norfolk Island, Sydney & Hobart 1840-1847
List of Ships (& passengers) Transporting Irish  Convicts to NSW 1791-18
Mariners and Ships in Australian Waters by State Records Authority of NSW Reels of the Shipping Master's Office, browse by Inwards Passengers ListsBrowse by Year and Month, vessel by vessel Mariners and Passengers
Migrant Ships Arriving in Australian Ports: NSW (1837-1899)
Miscellaneous Immigrants 1828-43 This index contains the names of some passengers who paid their own fare and some assisted immigrants
NSW 1828 - 1842: Bounty Immigrants List
NSW Free Settlers, 1826-1922 search 8.9 million names of passengers and crew arriving in New South Wales
Index to Unassisted Immigrants 1842-55 This index covers free or unassisted passengers arriving in NSW
1792.. England to Sydney on Royal Admiral convict women and female children
1800..England to Sydney on the "Friendship" (mainly Irish political prisoners)
1835..from Portsmouth to Sydney on the "Royal Sovereign"  list of convicts
1838..Leith, Scotland to Sydney on the "Lady Kenaway"
1848..UK to Port Jackson on the "Agincourt" 1848 from book "Lacemakers of Calais"
1848..Plymouth to Port Jackson on the "Fairlie" from book "Lacemakers of Calais"



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