London Sat, 1840-04-25 14:30 Port Adelaide 1840-08-10 14:30:00 LALLA ROOKH Kenney, Henry reece master, burthen 156 tons from the port of hobart town to sydney new south wales, 16th october 1855: surname Salt and other minerals were extracted, and the land was used for farming. Details: The barque Lalla Rookh, Kenny master, departed Plymouth 1st September with 203 immigrants. This sailing ship sank when it was anchored off East Worthing. [1][11] At the same time, groynes were constructed to attempt to save the land on which the growing town was built from erosion. Her Captain was Henry Kenney and the surgeon Mr L.Moore. Making, Not Taking: Portrait Photography in the 19th Century Therefore it could not sail to the port in Paramaribo. This was an exaggeration, but there was significant smuggling activity during the 1740s: battles between soldiers and smugglers culminated in the defeat of a major gang in 1749, which subdued illegal operations for several decades. The local fishing fleet trebled in size to 110 boats between 1855 and 1887, and the 1892 season's yield was valued at a record £2,526. Find out if your ancestor worked his way to Glasgow aboard one of these 11 ships. The Lalla Rookh departed Sydney in 1852 for San Francisco. [28], The industry was most successful in the second half of the 19th century. Built 1876 (7) R & J Evans and Co., Liverpool. The Lady Clarke, out from Plymouth 113 days, arrived on Sunday with 192 emigrants, under the superintendence of Dr. Anderson. Ships built at this time included five blockade runners, one of which, the Banshee, became the first steel ship to cross the Atlantic in 1863. Worthing", "Shoreline Management Plan (1997) – Management Unit 8B", "Conservation of Resources and Pollution Control", "Examples of Nationally Important Marine Areas in the Territorial Waters around England and Wales", Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, "Marine wildlife Bill is scuppered by shipping interests", "Marine Wildlife News 2001 (British Isles)", "A History of the County of Sussex: Volume 6 Part 1: Bramber Rape (Southern Part). William Barnes Hooper arrived in South Australia in April 1840 on board the Lalla Rookh arrived in Paramaribo after a three-month voyage from Calcutta becoming the first ship to transport Indian emigrants from the Colonial India to … 14 May 1840 Eliza 48la pl4 Dwyer, Ellen 18 Mar 1840 Baboo 586a4 pll Dyer, 14 May 1840 Eliza 48la pl4 Edwards, 28 Jan 1840 Java 48la p7 Edwards, James 28 Jan 1860 Java 48la pll Folio 34 Iron Screw Boat . There was a Lalla Rock, ?steamer, 530 tons, Captain Hains, from London, sailed November 8, 1848, arrived March 15 1849 at Wellington. Dr. Hansard, M.D. [32] Thereafter, smuggling became less attractive because taxes on imported goods were reduced and free trade became easier. The last reported incidents were in the 1870s. As the flyer accompanying the show reminds us, ‘the first group, consisted on 399 emigrants, came to shore at Fort Nieuw Amsterdam on 5 June 1873.’ Ready to ship in 1–3 business days. Lalla Rookh is a popular name as it was the first ship which carried Indian labors from India to Suriname. This sailing ship was wrecked and driven ashore on the beach. Therefore it could not sail to the port in Paramaribo. “The Lalla Rookh in the Harbour” by artist Tap Werkman. Lalla Rookh is the first sailing ship that left from Calcutta on 26 February in 1873 with 410 Indians. Lalla Rookh- The Ship. Start a New Ship Search. 1840 LALLA ROOKH from London 26 - 04 1840 - Captain Hugh Kenny, arrived Port Adelaide on 11-08-1840 1840 LALLA ROOKH from Encounter Bay with Captain Keeney, arrived Port Adelaide Nov 19th 1840 with oil bound for London. [24][25] A large oyster bed was found in 1823,[24] and it yielded 50 million oysters within the first year; but overfishing led to its exhaustion within a decade. This 2,225-ton steamer crashed into another ship, the, The rescue of this ship, which encountered difficulties off Worthing and was wrecked, was commemorated in a painting which is held at, This schooner sent out a distress signal in stormy seas, and was eventually wrecked at, This page was last edited on 18 June 2020, at 19:36. Passengers and crew saved. It took three-month voyage from Calcutta (Colonial India) to the Dutch colony (Suriname). [4][7] The first of these was documented in the early 17th century, and several others were known about later that century. 1851 LALLA ROOKH from Manila with Captain Mitchell, arrived Adelaide March 8th, 1851 - no passengers 1851 LAPWING from King George's Sound April 1st with Captain Dencan, arrived Adelaide April 13, 1851 1851 LAPWING from Swan River July 29 … The early farmers reclaimed land from the sea, but it was lost again to flooding during the Middle Ages. Logbook of the Lalla Rookh (Ship) out of New Bedford, MA, mastered by Owen Reynard, on a whaling voyage between 1841 and 1844. The ship Lalla Rookh would recover and sail on but the local community would be marked by the tragedy for generations. [46][48][49][50], The Lalla Rookh has been described as Worthing's greatest tragedy,[47] and the disaster continues to be commemorated: for example, in 2004 a collection of poetry inspired by the events and the poem which gave the ship its name was exhibited at Worthing library. [44] Research suggests that 58 people were saved by the Worthing lifeboat during its years of operation. [27], In the 1830s, Worthing's fishermen were affected by economic decline, overfishing and competition from unlicensed French fishermen (English laws required fishermen to hold licences). Date:-Place:-Source: Maitland Family History Circle's Pre 1900 Pioneer Register. This protected the coastline and allowed salt marshes to form. 6. [1][4][7][10] The shingle bar, which wind and wave action had gradually moved towards the shore, had also contributed to these changes, and its undesirable effect on the flow of water around the estuary resulted in the town commissioners breaking it up at the start of the 19th century. 1840 Le NIL from Pt Lincoln arrived Coffin Bay August 1 whaler Thomson was known to take it out for much of the time between the semesters at the University of Glasgow, and sailed around Scotland and even farther afield, such as Lisbon. Their lifeboat sank and all on board died. [2], Worthing developed in the pre-medieval era as a small southern outpost of the parish and larger village of Broadwater, based on farming and fishing. My Archive View All. It was a phenomenon. This item will ship to United States, but the seller has not specified shipping options. The formerly sandy beach has changed over time, partly because of sea defence work carried out to alleviate concerns over flooding, which has affected the town several times. The first ship named Lalla Rookh, carrying Indian indentured labourers, had arrived in Suriname in June 1873. Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Offered for your consideration is this figurine Lalla Rookh which is one of eight in the ships figurehead figurine collection. Arrival of the Lalla Rookh These Hindustanis Muslims were from the Urdu speaking belt but many also s poke their regional dialects like … From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository, Lalla Rookh (en); Lalla Rookh (fi); Lalla Rookh (nl) British, Norwegian and Finish ship (en); Brits, Noors en Fins schip (nl), Lalla Rookh (ship, 1876) - SLV H99.220-2191A.jpg, Loch Tay and Lalla Rookh at wharf - SLV H99.220-24.jpg, StateLibQld 1 78461 Lalla Rookh (ship).jpg, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Category:Lalla_Rookh_(ship,_1876)&oldid=499673285, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. 4, 6, 7 . Friend & Co., Liverpool. [26] Fishing tended to run in families for many generations. Lalla-Rookh, an Oriental Romance (mei 1817) The Fudge Family in Paris (20 april 1818) National Airs, 1 (23 april 1818) To the Ship in which Lord C[A]ST[LE]R[EA]GH Sailed for the Continent (Morning Chronicle, 22 september 1818) Lines on the Death of Joseph Atkinson, Esq. India’s cultural exchanges with the world during the 17th-19th century are well known. After a long journey of a little more than three months, the sailing ship Lalla Rookh finally arrived on June 5th, 1873 at Fort Nieuw, Amsterdam in Suriname. If your ancestor served aboard a British ship operating out of Dorset, England, you may find a record of that service among these Dorset crew lists. 14 May 1840 Eliza 48la pl4 Dwyer, Ellen 18 Mar 1840 Baboo 586a4 pll Dyer, 14 May 1840 Eliza 48la pl4 Edwards, 28 Jan 1840 Java 48la p7 Edwards, James 28 Jan 1860 Java 48la pll 1. Dorset, England, Crew Lists, 1863-1914. [23] Confirmation that the source was local came in 1956, when a specialist team analysed the West Sussex seabed; this disproved a longstanding theory that rocks on the seabed at Bognor Regis were to blame. By the mid-20th century, the Borough Council demanded payment from people wishing to remove seaweed from the beach; when it piled up, it was mechanically pushed out to sea, but this damaged the beach. Passengers Mrs. Tucker and two children. [40], After 11 fishermen died when attempting to rescue the crew of the wrecked Lalla Rookh in 1850, funding was provided for a permanent lifeboat for Worthing. NO. This was only partly successful—floods affected the town centre several times during the 19th century, particularly on New Year's Day 1877[12] when water reached a long way inland—and accumulations of stones and shingle started to affect the quality of the beach. There have been many shipwrecks and groundings in the area, and lifeboats were stationed in the town for many years. Trenholm & Co. Image from page 392 of '[Lalla Rookh, etc.]' Lalla Rookh is an Oriental romance by Irish poet Thomas Moore, published in 1817. Listen to your favorite songs from Test of Time by Lalla Rookh Now. All survive from the 19th century, when they were used by boat crews. It was produced in 1981 in a limited edition of 950. [5] Instead of being enclosed, as much land was at the time, it was left as common land; Worthing's inhabitants were granted leases to graze their animals on it. Fishing was a major economic activity for centuries, and still retains a small presence on Worthing's shingle shoreline. [13] The esplanade was extended to the east and west during the 1930s,[11] and sea defences were improved further from 1990 onwards when blocks of stone were built into the beach at three points. Lalla Rookh Museum . [8], Storms in the 17th century and in 1703 started to damage this exposed land, and it was completely undermined in the 18th century. [46] Wrecks and groundings have been documented since the 17th century, and two caused multiple deaths; the Lalla Rookh disaster killed 11 local men and led to the provision of lifeboats in the town. Teville Stream and its estuary, upon which a harbour was situated by the 14th century,[3] separated the hamlet from Broadwater. As the flyer accompanying the show reminds us, ‘the first group, consisted on 399 emigrants, came to shore at Fort Nieuw Amsterdam on 5 June 1873.’ [37], The coastguards regularly battled with smugglers during the 1820s and 1830s, and killed the town's smuggling ringleader in 1832. [28] In 1836, three coastguard crew died in an accident at sea off Goring-by-Sea. Lalla Rookh was the ship that transported the first Hindustani emigrants from colonial India to the Dutch colony of Suriname. [30], Activity resumed in the 1820s because of economic depression which had caused Worthing's economy to stagnate. There was a steamer "Lalla Rook" totally wrecked at Shanghae, on 13th July 1865. You can read about Rembrandt’s Mughal inspiration here. Lalla Rookh 1841 - Captain Kenny, Surgeon James Thomas Hansard Lady Clarke 1841 - Captain Lawrence 1842 Marchioness of Bute 1842 - Captain Kemp, Surgeon B. Lambert Ann Milne 1842 - Captain Thoms, Surgeon Peter McLaren Margaret 1842 - Captain Kerr, Surgeon J. McInnis Carthaginian 1842 - Captain Robertson, Surgeon Richard William Nelson [18], A large "seaweed zone" also exists on the seabed off Worthing. [48], Since 2005, the sinking of the Indiana has been commemorated by an annual charity event. In Lalla Rookh, he and his troupe will be performing a mixture of hip-hop, Indian dance, and funk styles to depict the journey of Indian immigrants of the nineteeth century, who thought they were traveling to the land of God. The ship was an iron ship of 869 tons, owned by Prowse and Company … There are no items yet. Figurine is approximately 9" tall. [42][43][44] In March 1865, the Royal National Lifeboat Institution took control of lifeboat operations in Worthing, and a new boat was provided. [42] A lifeboat station was provided later: it opened at 107 Marine Parade, near the coastguard house, in 1874[1][42] and survives, much altered (although its original lookout turret remains) and in private residential ownership. The vessel this figurehead adorned was also a tea clipper - of 869 tons, the ship was built in 1856 for Prowse and Co. of Liverpool. They replaced the released slaves on the plantations. [31] A customs ship stationed off Worthing as part of the Coastal Blockade for the Prevention of Smuggling—a response to the events of the Napoleonic Wars, which attempted to defend the Kent and Sussex coasts—seized many shipments of contraband goods during the 1820s, and there were several battles in which smugglers and troops suffered injuries. Built 1876 (7) R & J Evans and Co., Liverpool. Gallant fishermen lost attempting to rescue distressed barque Lalla Rookh, an East Indian trading ship carrying rum and sugar. This is number 316 as shown in the accompanying COA. Having a name that is also the name of the publication of poetry by Sir Thomas Moore, Lalla Rookh released its second recording in 2002, WOULD YOU LIKE Kilts. 196.3 x 31.9 x 19.7. For more information see Pioneer Register Entry No. [47] Residents and civic leaders raised more than £5,000 for the families of the men killed, and there is a memorial at St Mary's Church in Broadwater. The geology and physical geography of the coastline encourage erosion and longshore drift, which have had major effects on the hinterland. c.1898 Newark Shipping Co.; c.1904 Lever Bros., c.1905 to Norway without change of name. The 410 Hindostani immigrants were only disembarked on Thursday 5 June 1873 in small boats and taken in at the Fort Nieuw Amsterdam located on the right bank of the Suriname River. [39] They also kept order among Worthing's fishermen during a period of discord with their French rivals during the 1830s. [16], The Worthing Lumps are a range of underwater chalk cliffs about 5 miles (8 km) off the Worthing coast. [17] They face north, rise as high as 10 feet (3 m) and have areas of small rocks and sand at their base. [36], Another incident in 1838, when smugglers were caught running contraband through the grounds of Beach House, resulted in another major battle. Details: Preacher, Farmer, Storekeeper. Statues of ‘Baba and Mai’ Lalla Rookh is a popular name as it was the first ship which carried Indian labors from India to Suriname. [51], Worthing Borough Council has also commemorated other shipwrecks. 4:47 PREVIEW John Barleycorn. Totally 452 Indians including all men, women, children stepped first time in Suriname by travailing Lalla Rookh. Apply Sort by: Relevancy Relevancy ... 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