Greenhill, Thomas

Passenger on the Edward Lombe who was killed when the ship was wrecked in Sydney Harbour in 1834. He had a brother in Sydney. There is some confusion as to his identity. He was named in all reports as Thomas Greenhill, and a man named Thomas Tress Greenhill is described in a legal document dated November 1834 (so prior to news of the wreck reaching the UK) that is held in the East Sussex Record Office in England, as being a mate on the Edward Lombe en route to New South Wales.  However, a death notice in the Scottish newspaper, the Fife Herald, on 5 March 1835, identifies Peter Greenhill, the eldest son of the late Mr Greenhill, of Redcastle Mains, Ross Shire, Scotland, as being lost in the wreck.  

25 Aug 1834
Greenhill, Peter
Mar 1834 - 25 Aug 1834