The Barque AGENORIA

1846 -



  • Name The Barque AGENORIA 
    Born 1846  St John, New Brunswick Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Unknown 
    Voyage 07 Feb 1849  Plymouth, Devon, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • and arrived in Sydney on 25 May 1849 under Captain R Newby
    Newspaper 26 May 1849  Shipping Gazette, No. 271 Vol. 6, Sydney, NSW, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 


    • Ships in Harbour (Sydney) - Agenoria, barque, 724 tons, Newby, in the Stream; Captain, agent. Disembarking emigrants, and about to discharge.
      Arrivals May 25 - Agenoria, 724 tons, Captain Newby, from London 30th January and Plymouth the 7th February. Passengers ...... and 256 immigrants.

      pages 143 to 144: This vessel has made a good passage of one hundred and seven days from Plymouth. She is commanded by Captain Newby, formerly of the Mary, and an old trader to this colony.... She has on board 256 immigrants (English, Irish and Scotch), of whom 97 are male and 88 female adults, 29 boys and 32 girls from one to fourteen years of age and ten infants. Seven deaths and six births occurred during the voyage. All on board are now in good health, and much credit is due to the commander, surgeon Superintendant, and officers of the ship, for the remarkably clean condition in which she has arrived. On the 13th March, the Agenoria spoke the barque Competitor, from Adelaide, bound for London, out seventy five days in latitude 0.47N, longitude 21.52W
    Newspaper 30 May 1849  the Maitland Mercury, Maitland, NSW, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 


    • SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE (From the Sydney Morning Herald):- THE AGENORIA - This vessel has made a good passage of one hundred and seven days from Plymouth. She is commanded by Captain Newby, formerly of the Mary, and an old trader to this colony. By her we are in possession of dates from London up to the 4th of February. She has on board 256 immigrants (English, Irish and Scotch), of whom 97 are male and 88 female adults, 29 boys and 32 girls from one to fourteen years, and 10 infants. Seven deaths and six births occurred during the voyage. All on board are now in good health, and much credit is due to the commander, surgeon superintendant, and officers of the ship, for the remarkably clean condition in which she has arrived.
    Name The Ship Agenora 
    Reference Number 21148 
    Person ID I21148  Ozigen
    Last Modified 29 Apr 2013