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  • ID: I757197
  • Name: Robert BAKER
  • Sex: M
  • Christening: Arrived SA on "Buckinghamshire" 22nd Mar 1839, from London 11th Dec 1838.
  • Death: Y
  • Immigration: from United Kingdom. 11 Dec 1838 Arrived SA on "Buckinghamshire" 22nd Mar 1839, from London 11th Dec 1838.
  • Note:
    (Buckinghamshire was probably the largest sailing ship to enter Port Adelaide in the days of sailing ships. She would have been a beautiful sight sailing up the Port River to the wharf. She arrived in Port Adelaide on March 22 1839 with 512 passengers on board. Of these, 443 were migrants being sent out by the Commissioners
    under the care of General Superintendent Nathanel Hailes for the colonisation of South Australia. There were around 42 cabin passengers, 15 in steerage and 443 bounty emigrants, including 180 children.)
  • Note: Immigrated with parents William and M A Baker and sister.



    Father: William BAKER c: in Arrived SA on "Buckinghamshire" 22nd Mar 1839, from London 11th Dec 1838.
    Mother: M A c: in Arrived SA on "Buckinghamshire" 22nd Mar 1839, from London 11th Dec 1838.
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