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Mrs Beeton’s Book of Household Management - New to Ancestry

This wonderful 19th century domestic bible provides you with a fantastic insight into how our ancestors ran their households and cared for their families and at the same time demonstrates the extent to which domestic life has evolved over the last 150 years. Click Here

NSW FREE SETTLERS, 1826-1922

Your ancestors packed a lot into a single suitcase. Then they left behind everything they knew and travelled thousands of miles across the ocean to Australia. Because of them you may have Australian cousins you never knew existed. But what do you really know about these brave pioneers?

Introducing the NSW Free Settlers, 1826-1922 collection on Ancestry.co.uk. For the first time ever, you can search 8.9 million names of those arriving into New South Wales in two, easy to use, online databases.

NSW, Unassisted Immigrants, Passenger Lists - 1826-1922 - "Unassisted immigrants" were migrants whose journey was not subsidized and was paid for solely by themselves. These passenger lists are a record of their entry into New South Wales between 1826 and 1922 and contain details such as the name of the passenger and their occupation, their port of departure, the date they arrived and the name of ship they arrived on, and even possibly a bill of health.

NSW, Assisted Immigrants, Passenger Lists - 1828-1896. These are the records of individuals whose journeys were subsidized or paid for by another person or through another agency. The database is made up of 3 different types of record; Returns of convicts' applications for wives and families, Persons on bounty ships (Agents Immigrant Lists) and Persons on early migrant ships, and so contains an abundance of information.

The majority of the ships in these records sailed from British ports to Sydney, however a few went to Moreton Bay (Brisbane), which was part of New South Wales until 1859, and Newcastle. A few ships also sailed from some non-British ports such as Hamburg, Madras and
New York.

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