Mid North Coast Pioneers - Newcastle to Lismore and beyond

James ELPHICK + Frances LEE

No known children

Parents Grandparents

Family group information
Marriage October 29, 1837
Publication: Various Word documents sent by Paul Scott to Stuart via email on 10 January 2009..
Citation details: Scott2_14 - Family Group Sheet - James ELPHICK
Emigration
As assisted immigrants on board the "Juliana"
October 20, 1838
Note: From the British Parliamentary Papers of 1839 II - Respecting Emigration to the Colonies
Immigration
As assisted immigrants on board the "Mary Hay"
1839
Publication: Various Word documents sent by Paul Scott to Stuart via email on 10 January 2009..
Citation details: Scott2_14
Citation details: Reels 2654, and 1304
Note: They came to Australia as assisted migrants originally departing on the ship "Juliana". The Juliana was a wooden barque of 549 tons. Built in Calcutta in 1819. It departed London for Sydney with 241 emigrants but was wrecked at Mouille Point, Table Bay, South Africa on 19 January 1839. All the passengers and crew landed safely and were eventually taken on to Sydney by the Morayshire and the Mary Hay. The Elphick family arrived on the "Mary Hay".
Number of children
1

Citation details: Reels 2654, and 1304
Note: A 1 year old child by the name of William James ELPHICK died at the Cape of Good Hope on 8 May 1839 around the time the ship "Juliana" was wrecked.