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1. The Cape Ships information was found in microfilm copies of a publication called the Cape Town Gazette. These microfilms can be viewed at most South African Reference Libraries.
2. The Natal Ships information was found in microfim copies of The Natal Witness - May 1849 to March 1851. These microfilms can be viewed at the Campbell Collections Library and Don Africana Library in Durban, South Africa.
3. Records of passenger lists and arrivals in Natal have been filmed by the Family History Library at the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints (LDS). Click here to search for Natal Passenger Lists on FamilySearch
4. Natal Settler-Agent. The Career of John Moreland agent for the Byrne emigration-scheme of 1849-51 by Dr. John Clark published by A.A. Balkema/Cape Town/1972 ISBN 0 86961 019 8, pp.209-262
5. Killie Campbell Africana Library
Newspapers: The Natal Witness May 1849 to March 1851
6. British Settlers in Natal 1824-1857. A Biographical Register by Shelagh O'Byrne Spencer. Volumes 1 to 8 published by University of Natal, P.O. Box 375, Pietermaritzburg. 3200 Natal, South Africa.
7. German Ships information was found in the East London Magisterial Files housed in the Cape Town Archives Repository.