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Transcribed and submitted to TheShipsList by Robert Janmaat, Adelaide, from a variety of sources, cited below.
Return to SA Passenger Lists,1847-1886 see also SA German Lists

ship Burlington, 676 tons, Captain W.H. Ellis, from London 24th December 1864, Plymouth 4th January, 1865 arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 2nd May 1865

The South Australian Register, Wednesday 03 May 1865 p. 2

Tuesday 02 May:— Burlington, ship, 676 tons, William Ellis, master, from London December 24 via Plymouth January 04.
Passengers—Dr. Gregory (Surgeon-Superin
tendent), in the cabin ; and 281 Government emigrants in the steerage:

. . . . — 4th ship from England to S.A. with government passengers for 1865 ; —2— births and —-3— deaths on the passage ; Joseph Langley Vowe Gregory, surgeon-superintendent.
The Passenger List indicates the class of Emigrants, so in the list below, I have combined those lists, but have made notations alongside the family name, thus, Assisted Passage = AP ; Colonial Nominees = CN ; General Emigrants = GE ; General Passengers = GP ; Passage Paid = PP ; Remittance Emigrants = RE. — Robert
 
The South Australian Register, Thursday 04 May 1865 p. 2
IMPORTS
BURLINGTON, from London— 1,125 bars, 50 bdls, 6 plates, and 40 bundles hoop iron, 150 casks bottled beer, 200 bdls. wire. 3,325 bars, 825 bdls., 45 plates iron, 20 cases, 8 kegs, 32 bdls. wire, 21 do. iron. Order; 1 case, Hamilton Brothers; 20 hhds. beer, Acraman, Main, Lindsay, and Co. ; 600 bdls. fencing wire. Jones Brothers; 30 do. wire, John Morphett; 1 case. R. J. Watson; 18 do.. Officer Administering Government; 1 do., Schumacher; 928 iron waterpipes, Government; 15 cases, Moses Brandon; 2 do. Elder, Smith, and Co.; 1 case, E. S. Wigg; 3 do., Stobie and Thomson; 54 pkgs., D. and W. Murray: 1 case, R. B. Smith; 28,700 bricks. Wallaroo Mining Company; 1 case, John Burls; 3 do.. 1 pkg., Adamson Brothers; 3 cases, D. B. Adamson; 15 crates, 27 bales. J. AL Solomon: 4 trunks, A. Dowie; 2 do., W. C. Uren; 4 do.. Jas. Hill; 66 wheels, 42 axle-aims. 94 pkgs.. G. P. Harris; 25 cases, D. and J. fowler; 7b' pkgs., Dale and Co.
 
Miscellaneous Shipping

The BURLINGTON. from London and Plymonth, arrived on Tuesday night, after a voyage tendered excessively disagreeable by the continuation of bad weather. From the period of leaving Plymouth she has scarcely had six days consequently of favourable winds, and hence her protracted passage, though she is said to be a good sailer ; but at present, her spars are crippled, figurehead knocked away, and cutwater started. Indeed, throughout she bears evidence of the conflict with the storm. Some idea may be formed when it is recorded on the surgeon's log that 60 days of the trip have been made with hatches battened down, and even the water in the 'tween-decks has been Ankle deep. She was fortunate in reaching here on Tuesday, for the fuel on board was so far expended that the condenser had been stopped for several days prior to arrival ; and as she is of light draught of water she is expected to moor in harbour immediately she has been inspected by Dr. Duncan.

 
The South Australian Register, Wednesday 3 May 1865 p. 3
ARRIVAL OF THE BURLINGTON WITH 281 GOVERNMENT IMMIGRANTS.

The ship Burlington, Captain Ellis, which sailed from Plymouth on the 4th January, with 281immigrants, under the charge of Dr. Gregory. Surgeon-Superintendent, arrived at a late hour on Tuesday night, after a passage of 118 days. Sub-joined are the names of the immigrants, together with their national classifications :—

English —Thomas, Emma, and Thomas Allen, Thomas Amos, W. James Andrews, George, Mary, George, and James Barrow, William H. Bedella, Elizabeth Bedella, Rd. and Susan Bennett, Eli Billingham, Elizabeth Blake, Amelia Blake, Mary Botting, Richard Brookes, Harriet Brown, James Coad, John, Hannah, John W., and Wm. F. Cogan, Mich. Collings, Ellen Cooper, James Cornish, John Crothery, George and Annie Crump, Charles, Mary, John, Henry, James, Elizabeth, and Eliza Crump, John Doyle, Catherine and Thomas Driscoll, William Driscoll, June Edwards, Sarah Faulkener, Georgina Gabb, Richard and Ellen Gill, John and Augusta Groves, Fred. Hamblin, Ann Hayes, William Herring, James and Sarah Hicks, Stephen Hill, William, Ann, and Mary Hocking. John Hogan, James Holby, William Hooker.,James Hulbard, Charles Hyde, John James, John Job, Edwin Juliffe, Hugh Kent. William King, Robert and Richard Kittoe, Edwin Lamming, Sarah Langley, James Letcher, Albeit McDonald, Joseph and James Maddren, George Mapstone, Mary Mankelord, George and Thomas Martin. Thomas and Samuel May, Andrew Maney, James Mellen, Elizabeth Mitchell, George Morgan, Stephen, Margaret, May, Annie, William H., and Jane Moyle, Charles Mutton, William Nancarrow, Richard, John, Elizabeth, James, and Edward Nettell, Jeremiah Nicholas, May, David, Sarah. George, Ellis, Catherine, Bertha, and Ada Norman. William Parsons, Charles C, Grace. Joseph, and John Pascoe, Abel and Ellen Pattermore, Elizabeth Paull, David and Matilda Pickett, Ann, Catherine, James, and Grace Richards, Martha, James, Ellen, and Julia Rimer, Eliza Ror, John and Jane Roskilly. Elizabeth Roskrow, Emily and Nathaniel Rouse, John, Catherine, Elizabeth, Joseph, and Thomas Rule. William and Mary Simmons, Harry Smith, Elizabeth Soames, Lavinia Sparman, Thomas Spillett, William Staff. Joseph and Nathaniel Stephens, Louisa and Charlotte Stoddard, Louisa, Jane, and George Stoddard. Thomas and Jane Stone, William, Julia, Mary, and Elizabeth Symons, John Thomas. Nicholas, Mary Jane, Nicholas, and Mary Thomas, Alice Thomas, Reuben, Mary Ann, and Louisa Toms, William and Susan Touten. Richard and Thos. Trembarth, Nathaniel Trescowthick. Humphry, Eliza, and Richard Trounce. Mark. Jessie. Edwin, and Laban Wake, William, Rachel, John, and Samuel Walters, John Webster, Elizabeth Weeks, Sarah Ann White, Charles Wilcoks, James, Richard, Emma, and George Williams. James Willoughby, Samuel Wills. Charles Woodward.
Scotch — Robert Aitchison, Jane Aitchison, Joseph Barton, David Bell. William H. Ford, Alexander Fulton, Jane Gardiner, David Harrison, Jane Harrison. John, Ann, Mary, Jessie, and Mary Henderson, Ann Henry, James lnglis, Ann Jolly. Alexander Johnson. Barbara Linklater, Charles Linklater, Andrew, Jessie, Jessie, Andrew, Isabella, Jane, James, and Elizabeth Lindsay, Isabel Lyndsay. Margaret Lynch, Robert McConnelL Alexander and Margaret McGregor, Catherine and Jessie McKenzie, Ann McKeown, Robert Taylor, Ellen Wallace, James Young.
Irish — Charles Barrett, James, Mary, and Winifred Carry, James Chant. Ann Collins. Mary and Bridget Connell. William Coughlin, James Coy, Thomas and Margaret Cunningham, Catherine and Pat Doyle, David Gunn, Mary Higgins, Michael, John, and Monty Hogan. Thady Hynes, David, Mary, Michael, Pat, and Mary Kelly, Michael Keneally, William, John, Mary, and Margaret Kenedy, Celia King, James Lyman, Ellen McAuliffe, Eliza McCahey. Mary McCarthy, Ann McLoughlin, Pat and Margaret Mouby, Thomas Neeman, Abigail O'Callaghan, Thomas Rochford, Stephen, John, and Robert Ryan. Thomas and Ellen Stafford, Ann Stunchon, John Walsh, Pat Whelan.

Nationalities—
English— Adults 155. children between one and twelve 19, infants 8, total 192
Scotch— Adults 30, children between one and twelve 9, total 39
Irish— Adults 45, children between one and twelve 3, infants 1, total 49
Grand total 288 equal to 210 statute adults.    

 
GRG 35/48/2 Crown lands and Immigrant ships papers
Surgeon Superintendent report.
" Deaths on the voyage"
Name Age Date of Death Cause of Death Where buried
Rule, Elizabeth inf January 26th, 1865 Tabes, bronchitis and convulsions at sea
Hocking, Mary A. 1 February 24th, 1865 Bronchitis at sea
Crump, Eliza 1 March 24th, 1865 Tabes at sea
         
Surgeon Superintendent Report "Births on Board"
Name of Mother   Date of Birth Sex of Infant  
    Two births at sea, but no records found    

note: where maiden name of wife is indicated, it has been included in the given name column within ( ) ; the passenger list comprises three sections arranged alphabetically, i families, ii single men, iii single women & children ; transcriber notes

Names Age Occupation B-index BMD Residence Remarks
  Last Given
Families
GE Allen Thomas 26 Miner 19/2   Illogan, Cornwall  
    Emma (Smith) 25          
    Thomas Henry 3          
                 
GE Barron George 30 Labourer 83/2   Tywardreath, Cornwall  
    Mary Ann (Toms) 28         with family
    George Henry 4          
    James 2          
                 
GE Bennetts Richard 28 Miner - B Redruth, Cornwall  
    Susan Anne (Trevithick) 22          
                 
RE Cogan John 37 Labourer 293/3   Rotherhithe, Surrey  
    Margaret [!] 35         Hannah (Dance) ?
    John William 12          
    William Frederick 6          
                 
AP Crump Charles 44 Smith 352/3   Ryeford, Hereford  
    Mary Ann (Beard) 42          
    John 15          
    Henry 13          
    James 11          
    Elizabeth 5          
    Eliza inf         died at sea, March 24, 1865
                 
AP Crump George 20 Smith 352/3   Ryeford, Hereford son of Charles & Mary Ann
    Anna 22          
                 
GE Gill Richard 22 Miner 571/1   Redruth, Cornwall  
    Ellen (Reed) 22          
                 
AP Groves John 19 Labourer 625/2   Yeovil, Somerset  
    Augusta (Sealey) 19          
                 
RE Henderson John 30 Shoemaker 718/3   Edinburgh  
    Ann 30          
    Margaret 6          
    Jessie 3          
    Margaret 1          
                 
GE Hicks James 21 Miner 733/1   Redruth, Cornwall  
    Sarah (Harris) 19          
                 
AP Hocking William 26 Smith 752/1   Cornwall  
    Ann 26          
    Mary A. inf         died at sea, February 24, 1865
                 
RE Kelly David 33 Labourer 884/3   Cork  
    Mary (Sheedy) 28          
    Michael 6          
    Patrick 3          
                 
AP Lindsay Andrew 38 Smith - B Stirling, Stirlingshire  
    Jessie (Darby) 34          
    Jessie 12          
    Andrew 10          
    Isabella 8          
    Jane 5          
    James 3          
    Elizabeth 1          
                 
AP McGregor Alexander 27 Miner 1068/1   Stirling  
    Margaret 24          
                 
RE Morley Patrick 32 Labourer -   Galway  
    Margaret 20          
                 
AP Moyle Stephen 26 Labourer 1141/3   Helston, Cornwall  
    Margaret Ann (Johns) 36          
    Margaret Jane 2          
    Anne inf          
                 
GE Nettle / Nettell John 27 Miner 1173/3   Redruth, Cornwall  
    Elizabeth Jane (Rowe) 27          
    James 6          
    Edward Henry 5          
                 
RE Norman David 36 Farming 1194/1   Chesterton, Cambridge  
    Sarah (Linford) 36          
    George 13          
    Ellis (?) 11          
    Catherine 9          
    Bertha 5          
    Ada 1          
                 
RE Pascoe Charles Carves 41 Cabinet Maker 1244/1   Camborne, Cornwall  
    Grace (Benny) 35          
                 
AP Pattemore Abel 21 Labourer 1247/3   Merriott, Somerset  
    Ellen / Eleanor (Hayne) 20          
                 
GE Richard / Richards James 25 Miner 1349/3   Redruth, Cornwall  
    Grace (Wearne) 24          
                 
AP Rimes James 24 Labourer 1359/1   Shepton Mallet, Somerset with family
    Ellen (Mapstone) 24          
    Julia Ann inf          
                 
AP Roskilly John 37 Miner 1388/1   Cornwall  
    Jane 27          
                 
GE Rule John 20 Mason 1402/1   Redruth, Cornwall  
    Catherine Ann (Richards) 19          
    Elizabeth inf         died at sea, January 26, 1865
                 
AP Simmens / Simmons William 23 Miner 1488/1   Cornwall  
    Mary A. 23          
                 
RE Stafford Thomas 22 Labourer 1530/3   Wicklow  
    Ellen 25          
                 
GE Stone Thomas 25 Miner 1554/2   Redruth, Cornwall  
    Jane (Johns) 25          
                 
AP Symons William 29 Sawyer 1571/2   Helston, Cornwall  
    Julia 24          
    Mary 4          
    Elizabeth inf          
                 
AP Thomas Nicholas 25 Miner 1595/1   Penzance ?, Cornwall  
    Mary 25          
    Nicholas 2          
    Mary Jane inf          
                 
RE Towton / Touton William 27 Mason -   Middlesex  
    Susan 24          
                 
GE Trounce Humphrey 29 Miner -   Redruth, Cornwall  
    Eliza (Perry) 21          
    Richard inf          
                 
AP Walters William 32 Labourer 1669/2   Carmarthen  
    Rachel 34          
    John 2          
    Samuel inf          
 
Names Age Occupation B-index BMD Residence Remarks
  Last Given
Single Men
GE Aitcheson Robert P. 19 Shepherd 11/3   Eln !!  
GE Amos Thomas 22 Labourer 24/1   Kent  
GE Anderson / Andrews Welwood James 23 Schoolmaster 28/2   Middlesex  
AP Barrett Charles 21 Labourer 81/2   Somerset  
AP Barton Joseph 20 Labourer 88/3   Dunbarton  
AP Bedella William H. 26 Labourer -   Cornwall  
RE Bell David 25 Labourer 106/3   Ayrshire  
AP Billingham Eli 20 Labourer -   Northampton  
AP Brookes Richard 26 Shepherd 182/1   Gloucester  
RE Carey James 20 Labourer 237/1   Tipperary  
AP Chant James 21 Labourer 257/3   Somerset  
GE Coad James 19 Miner 288/2   Cornwall  
AP Collins Michael 20 Labourer 301/1?   Clare  
GE Cornish James 25 Smith -   Devon  
AP Coughlan William 26 Labourer 326/1   Clare  
GE Coy James 17 Miner 335/1   Ireland  
GE Crothers John 22 Miner 348/3   Cornwall  
AP Cunningham Thomas 21 Labourer 358/2   Clare  
AP Doyle John 26 Labourer 426/3   Wicklow  
RE Doyle Patrick 20 Labourer 427/1   Tipperary  
RE Driscoll William n/a Labourer 430/2   Middlesex  
AP Ford William Henry 33 Servant -   Kent  
GE Fulton Alexander 22 Labourer -   Dumfries  
AP Gunn David 25 Shoemaker 629/2   Edinburgh  
AP Hamblin Frederick 27 Labourer 654/2   Dorset  
RE Harrison David 16 Miner 682/1   Renfrew  
AP Herring William 21 Labourer 727/2   Cornwall  
GE Hill Stephen 23 Miner 740/2   Cornwall  
RE Hogan John 24 Labourer 759/1   Clare  
AP Hogan John 19 Labourer 759/1   Clare  
RE Hogan Michael 19 Labourer 759/2   Clare  
RE Hogan Mortimer 22 Labourer 759/3   Clare  
AP Holly James 22 Labourer 765/3?   Somerset  
AP Hooker William 25 Labourer -   Cornwall  
AP Hubbard James 19 Labourer -   Kent  
AP Hyde Charles 22 Labourer 806/2   Dorset  
AP Hynes Thady 21 Labourer 807/3   Galway  
GE Inglis James 22 Coach Painter -   Linlithgow  
GE Inliff Edwin 20 Carpenter -   Cornwall  
AP James John E. 20 Labourer 827/2   Cornwall  
AP Job John 19 Miner 843/1   Cornwall  
AP Johnson Alexander 21 Labourer 847/1   Ross  
RE Keneally Nicholas 21 Labourer 893/2   Cork  
RE Kennedy John 19 Labourer 894/3   Tipperary  
RE Kennedy William 25 Labourer 896/1   Tipperary  
GE Kent Hugh 23 Miner 898/3   Dorset  
AP King William 21 Miner 912/3   Cornwall  
GE Kitto Richard Middleton 22 Miner 918/3   Redruth, Cornwall  
GE Kitto Robert Kent 20 Miner 918/3   Redruth, Cornwall  
AP Laming Edwin 19 Labourer 949/1   Kent  
AP Letcher James 24 Miner 967/3   Cornwall  
GE Linklater Charles 18 Painter -   Orkney  
RE Lynam James 33 Labourer -   Kings co.  
AP Macdonald Albert 18 Miner -   Cornwall  
AP Maddren James 21 Miner 998/3   Cornwall  
AP Maddren Joseph 24 Miner 998/3   Cornwall  
GE Mapstone George 30 Labourer -   Somerset  
AP Martin George 21 Labourer -   Kent  
GE Martin Thomas 21 Miner -   Cornwall  
AP May Samuel 23 Labourer 1045/1   Cornwall  
AP May Thomas 26 Labourer 1045/2   Cornwall  
RE McConnell Robert 19 Labourer -   Ayrshire  
RE Meany Andrew 21 Labourer 1089/2   Yorkshire  
GE Mellen James 20 Miner 1092/2   Cornwall  
AP Morgan George 20 Labourer -   Monmouth  
GE Mutton Charles 25 Miner 1159/3   Cornwall  
GE Nancarrow William 18 Miner 1163/2   Cornwall  
RE Neenan Thomas 22 Labourer 1169/2   Clare  
AP Nettell / Nettle Richard 25 Labourer 1173/3   Cornwall  
GE Nicholas Jeremiah 22 Miner 1181/1   Cornwall  
AP Parsons William 18 Labourer 1243/2   Somerset  
AP Pascoe John 21 Labourer 1244/3   Cornwall  
AP Pascoe Joseph 21 Labourer 1244/3   Cornwall  
RE Rotchford Thomas 27 Labourer 1391/1   Kings co.  
  Rouse Nathaniel 20          
GE Rule Joseph Henry 21 Miner 1402/1   Cornwall  
GE Rule Thomas 22 Miner 1402/2   Cornwall  
RE Ryan John 28 Labourer 1410/1   Limerick  
RE Ryan Robert 2 child 1410/1    
AP Ryan Stephen 23 Labourer 1412/2   Clare  
AP Smith Harry 18 Labourer -   Dorset  
RE Spillit Thomas 20 Labourer 1524/2   Kent  
AP Stagg William 22 Labourer 1531/1   Somerset  
RE Stephen Joseph 20 Labourer 1543/2   Somerset  
RE Stephen Nathaniel 18 Labourer 1543/2   Somerset  
AP Taylor Robert 23 Labourer 1581/3   Edinburgh  
GE Thomas John 19 Miner 1593/3   Cornwall  
GE Toms Reuben 20 Miner 1609/3   Cornwall  
AP Trembarth Richard 20 Labourer -   Cornwall  
AP Trembarth Thomas 22 Labourer -   Cornwall  
AP Trescowthick Nathaniel 25 Miner -   Cornwall  
AP Wake Edwin 22 Labourer 1657/2   Hardington, Somerset  
AP Wake Jesse Russ 21 Labourer 1657/3    
AP Wake Laban Russ 19 Labourer 1657/3    
AP Wake Mark Rawes 31 Labourer 1657/3    
GE Walsh John 26 Farmer 1666/3   Clare  
GE Webster John 19 Miner -   Cornwall  
AP Whelan Patrick 32 Shoemaker -   Clare  
GE Wilcocks Charles 20 Smith 1714/2   Devon  
AP William Richard 23 Labourer 1714/3   Cornwall  
AP Williams George 20 Labourer -   Kent  
GE Williams James 21 Labourer 1717/2   Cornwall  
GE Willoughby James 19 Miner -   Cornwall  
RE Wills Samuel 23 Labourer -   Northampton  
AP Woodward Charles 31 Bricklayer 1742/3   Middlesex  
GE Young James 21 Farmer -   Edinburgh  
 
Single Women & children
GE Aitcheson Jane 22 Servant     -  
GE Bedalla Elizabeth 25 Servant     Cornwall  
GE Blake Miss Elizabeth 22 Matron     Middlesex  
GE Blake Amelia 19 Servant     Middlesex  
GE Botting Mary 21 Servant     Middlesex  
GE Brown Harriet E. 17 Servant     Somerset  
RE Carey Mrs. Mary 42 Servant 237/2   Tipperary  
RE Carey Winifred 19 Servant 237/2   Tipperary  
AP Collins Anne 18 Servant     Clare  
RE Connell Bridget inf child     Tipperary  
RE Connell Mary 27 Servant     Tipperary  
GE Cooper Ellen 20 Servant     Middlesex  
AP Cunningham Margaret 19 Servant     Clare  
AP Doyle Catherine 28 Servant     Dublin  
RE Driscoll Catherine 35 Servant     Middlesex  
RE Driscoll Thomas 8 child     Middlesex  
GE Edwards Jane 28 Servant     Cornwall  
AP Faulkner Sarah 22 Servant     Middlesex  
GE Gabb Georgina 23 Servant     Middlesex  
GE Gardener Jane 20 Servant     Edinburgh  
RE Harrison Jane 22 Servant     Renfrew  
GE Hayes Ann 28 Servant     Somerset  
AP Henry Anne 32 Servant     Forfarshire  
RE Higgins Mary 28 Servant     Kings co.  
GE Jolly Ann 39 Servant     Edinburgh  
PP Kelly Mary 20 Servant     Clare  
RE Kennedy Margaret 22 Servant     Tipperary  
RE Kennedy Mary 32 Servant     Tipperary  
AP King Sarah 20 Servant     Galway  
GE Langley Sarah 19 Servant     Somerset  
GE Linklater Barbara 27 Servant     Orkney  
AP Lynch Margaret 22 Servant     Forfarshire  
AP Wallace Ellen 6 child      
AP Lyndsay / Lindsay Isabel 58 Servant     Stirling  
GE Mankelow Mary 18 Servant     Kent  
RE McAuliff Ellen 21 Servant     Cork  
AP McCahey Eliza 22 Servant     Fermanagh  
RE McCarthy Mary 20 Servant     Limerick  
AP McKenn Anne 28 Servant     Antrim  
AP McKenzie Catherine 47 Servant     Ross  
AP McKenzie Jessie 18 Servant     Ross  
AP McLoughlin Anne 26 Servant     Sligo  
GE Mitchell Elizabeth Jane 22 Servant 1731/1   Cornwall married W. Winchester
RE Norman Mary A. 16 Servant     Cambridge  
RE O'Callaghan Abigail 23 Servant     Cork  
AP Paull Elizabeth 25 Servant     Cornwall  
GE Rea Eliza 17 Servant     Middlesex  
GE Richard Ann 27 Servant     Cornwall  
GE Richard Catherine 17 Servant     Cornwall  
GE Rimes Martha 16 Servant     Shepton Mallett, Somerset with family
GE Roskrow Elizabeth 29 Servant     Cornwall  
  Rouse Emily 23 Servant        
AP Soames Elizabeth 29 Servant     Northampton  
GE Sparnon Lavinia 26 Servant 19/1   Cornwall married J. Abbott
RE Standon Anne 20 Servant     Clare  
GE Stoddart Elizabeth 15 Servant 1552/2   St Pancras, Middlesex  
AP Stoddart George 10 child    
AP Stoddart Jane 12 child    
GE Stoddart Louisa 18 Servant    
AP Stoddart Mrs. Louisa Charlotte (Ladd) 47 Servant / widow    
RE Thomas Alice 19 Servant 1592/3   Gloucester married James Thomas
PP Toms Mrs. Mary Ann 60 Servant 1610/2   Tywardreath, Cornwall with family
GE Toms Louisa 23 Servant  
GE Weeks Elizabeth 22 Servant     Somerset  
GE White Sarah A. 23 Servant     Somerset  
GE Williams Emma 28 Servant     Cornwall  

Sources: State Library South Australia, official passenger lists, mainly of immigrants arriving in South Australia under United Kingdom assisted passage schemes, 1847-1886 GRG 35/48a (formerly ACC 313); Sydney Shipping Gazette; South Australian Register; The South Australian Government Gazette; GRG 35/48/2 Crown lands and Immigrant ships papers; Biographical index SA 1836-1885 (the B-index column indicates individuals who may be found in that index, with corresponding reference ; FreeBMD ; UK census'

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