TThis site is featured on the National Maritime Museum's PORT, the Maritime Information Gateway, an online catalogue of high quality maritime-related Internet resources. Also this website has been included in Intute; a free online service providing you with access to the very best Web resources for education and research, selected and evaluated by a network of subject specialists. The service is brought to you by a consortium of UK universities and partners.

Australian and New Zealand Emigrant Ship Photograph Service

 

If you are looking for a photograph of a specific passenger ship on which one of your relatives emigrated to Australia or New Zealand -

I have an extensive library and research database, compiled over a period of 40 years. If you can see the name of the vessel on the next link and you know its approximate date, I can provide details of the ship's voyages, ports of call and key dates. Often a good starting point for tracing your family history.

(Click here to see the ships immediately available)

I now only cover the ships on that list - passenger steamships from 1870 onwards, not sailing ships

But also - please check on Google first - as the ship's information may already be in the public domain - for 'free'

If you email me at don.hazeldine@virgin.net first, I will advise you of the details I may have to meet your requirements. The standard service is as many photographs or illustrations as I have available, with a short history, emailed direct to your PC, for 10.

You can pay securely via PayPal to don.hazeldine@virgin.net

 

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Don Hazeldine

For ships and things

plumbers hits since Sep 1999

 

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