The Carroll family from Manchester on board the Georgic, 1949

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British migrants Mr and Mrs Carroll with their eight children on board the Georgic, 1949, Norman Herfort, Pix Magazine, ON 388/Box 005/Item 002 collection.sl.nsw.gov.au/digital/g7WODXA8dQXMJ

In 1949, the passenger ship Georgic arrived in Australia with the largest number of emigrants ever to arrive on Australian shores. She was the last ‘White Star’ liner built before a merger with the Cunard Line and in total there were 1,994 British migrants on board; many of whom were ex-servicemen who became interested in migrating after they returned from the War.

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    arri 575

    • 06/Apr/2022 02:55:25

    Based on the age of the children some of those children might still be alive to tell the story of this photo it would be nice to see someone could find one of them

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    gdomuefn90

    • 08/Jun/2022 05:14:06

    This a photo of my mum (the baby in arms) and my aunties and uncles. This is such a fabulous photo, I'm so happy I found it!

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    dearnehansell66

    • 10/Jun/2022 12:39:39

    Mum is the little one out front. I'm lucky to be from an amazing family.

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    Sam's Photography2010

    • 04/Jul/2022 06:47:03

    The photo was taken when the family arrived in Australia on the 14 February 1949