Historical information

History of the origins of this Greensborough family and the family tree of James Chapman (1805-1875) and Susan Palmer (1808-1895). James Chapman, his wife Susan and all his family including his son-in-law William Poulter left the Port of London in November 1848 on board the 'Francis Ridley' of 536 tons on her maiden voyage to Australia and Bombay India. The Master of the ship was Henry Hudson. James Poulter owned the land between Greensborough Railway Station and Plenty River before selling it to William Poulter.

Physical description

20-page plastic binder, spiral bound, clear cover. Contains documents relating to the James Chapman family.