Mary Dundas, John Dundas and sketch of vessel Ticonderoga

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3 images. James Dundas with his family landed on the 3rd November 1852 at Port Phillip aboard the ‘Ticonderoga’. Also called ‘Fever Ship’ – 168 passengers and crew lost their lives on the voyage with Yellow Fever or Typhus. Mary Dundas was a member of Samual McMillan’s family, who arrived in Australia in 1840, sponsored by early pastoralists Watson and Hunter based at Seven Creeks, Euroa. Sliprails 1 – pages 46-53

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