Explore your Australian heritage with this collection of emigration records from the State Records Authority of New South Wales. The records include entitlement certificates, wage agreements, and the names of those on bounty ships and encompass the year 1811 to 1856.
With each record, you will be able to view the original ship record and a transcript of the vital information. We always recommend viewing the original record in order to gain more detail about your ancestor. Use the previous and next arrows to browse through the documents.
The transcript may contain a combination of the following facts:
Birth country (or country of residence)
Ship departure port
The records in this collection are from the State Records Authority of New South Wales and have been part of a wider project to digitise passenger lists. You will be able to search the following records:
Australia, Government Ships 1811-1856: Archive Reference NRS5313; Reel(s) 2654 & 2668
Wage Agreements and Entitlement Certificates of persons on Bounty Ships 1844-1845: Archive Reference NRS5315; Reel(s) 2449-2456
Entitlement Certificates of persons on Bounty Ships 1832-1842: Archive Reference NRS5314; Reel(s) 1286-1349
Persons on Bounty Ships arriving at Port Phillip 1839-1851: Archive Reference NRS5318; Reel(s) 2143A-2145
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Most information will be found within the original images.
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