Agnes BLACK , 1835

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Name
Agnes /BLACK/
Given names
Agnes
Surname
BLACK
Emigration

Andrew Black, Ann McClusky, their three children, John, Agnes and Hugh emigrated to Australia as government assisted migrants on board the 'Mandarin', arriving on the 19th October, 1838. The total passenger count was:

Adults:145 Children 7 to 14 years:36 Children under 7 years:97 TOTAL:278

There were, however, 11 deaths on the voyage.

Immigration

Agnes with her parents, Andrew Black, Ann McClusky, and her two siblings, John and Hugh, emigrated to Australia as government assisted migrants on board the 'Mandarin', arriving on the 19th October, 1838.

The Mandarin was 424 tons, owned by J. Donald and was contracted by the Emigration Department to take selected migrants to Australia. The voyage took 131 days and there were 2 adult deaths and 9 child deaths. The surgeon was E. Leah of the Royal Navy.