GRAND TRIANON Add to My Archive Modify Page Content Ship Details Rig Ship Built 1854 Built In New Brunswick Tonnage 996 Dimensions 175.5 x 35.2 x 22.4 Demise Coltart & Co., reg. Liverpool. VoyagesView Full List 9 January 1860 ➜ 22 April 1860 GRAND TRIANON Liverpool 9 January 1860 ➜ 22 April 1860 GRAND TRIANON Liverpool 22 March 1855 ➜ 9 June 1855 GRAND TRIANON Birkenhead Media Upload Media Sources Reference Papers, etc regarding migrant voyage Location Public Records Office, South Australia GRG 35/48/1860 Comment arrived on the Grand Trianon Anonymous (not verified) on Tue, 2016-01-26 09:02 arrived on the Grand Trianon In 1860 with this parents and siblings, including baby Henry who was born at Sea. Varcoe Silas 28 Miner 1642/2 Crowan, Cornwall Mary Ann (Thomas) 27 Joseph 11 William 7 John 5 Mary Ann 3 Silas 1 reply My great grandfather James Lefayre Heslehu... (not verified) on Mon, 2016-11-28 07:34 My great grandfather James Pease Heslehurst (later captain) arrived as crew on Grand Trianon at Port Adelaide in 1855. He stayed in Australia and spent time with some other crew members on the fields of New South Wales. He then signed on the vessel Bonnie Doon in port at Sydney on 10 December 1855. Bonnie Doon then sailed to Brisbane arriving on 5 January 1856 after battling a storm which made them stand off Moreton Bay for three days. James made his base Brisbane later becoming known for his work dredging the northern ports of Queensland, opening them to commerce. He died in Brisbane General Hospital in 1911. reply Your Stories Your name * E-mail * Post your story * Submit Leave this field blank Share this Page Share this ship with your friends and followers online.