1833 ship Emma Eugenie Campbell & Co shipbuilder

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julieanne moule
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1833 ship Emma Eugenie Campbell & Co shipbuilder

Post by julieanne moule » Tue Sep 06, 2005 4:24 am

Hi To All From Australia
I am looking for information of a ship that was built in Whitby in 1833 by the company Campbell and Co she was of teak and was 383 tons, her name was ''Emma Eugenie'' she sailed for Portland Victoria from Gravesend ?? Plymouth on the 23/3/1852
which port for that date I am not sure of.
My Great Geat Grandfather and mother John and Marion MacDougall and their 3 children Margaret, Mary and John were aboard, they arrived in Portland on the 8/7/1852.
They were originally from Rothsby, Isle Of Bute
I would love to have a sketch, drawing, painting anything in relation to this ship.
Maybe there is a web site for Campbell and Co Maritime History ????
Or Maritime History of Whitby that someone can point me to.
I have been to the Museum and there was a site for a Harvey Golden, but that no longer comes up.
Any information would be grateful

julieanne moule
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Location: brisbane australia

Post by julieanne moule » Fri Sep 09, 2005 1:29 am

hi, thanks for that information, but that is what I have gleaned off the internet.
i was hoping someone in whitby might be working in an area there that may be able to tell me more
julieanne

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Re: 1833 ship Emma Eugenie Campbell & Co shipbuilder

Post by FishingBoatHeritage » Thu May 10, 2012 2:22 am

I have sent a PM with info for you.
Douglas
www.fishingboatheritage.com

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