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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

barque Coldstream, 756 tons, Captain W.Q. Kennedy, from London 23rd February 1865, Plymouth 3rd March 1865, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 5th June 1865

The South Australian Advertiser, Tuesday 06 June 1865 p. 2

Monday 05 June:— Coldstream, barque, 756 tons, W.Q. Kennedy, master, from London February 13 via Plymouth March 03.
Passengers—Dr. J.S. Jolly (Surgeon-Superin
tendent), in the cabin ; and 296 Government emigrants in the steerage:

. . . . — 5th ship from England to S.A. with government passengers for 1865 ; —7— births and —-6— deaths on the passage ; J.T.S. Jolley, 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
Lloyds Register

COLDSTREAM - 1858/1864
Master:  Captain Adams (1858); Captain W. Kennedy (1864)
Rigging:  Ship; sheathed in yellow metal in 1856 & 1862; fastened with iron bolts.
Tonnage:  756 tons.
Construction:  1849 in Maulmain
Owners:  J. Hay (1858); Teighe & Co. (1864)
Port of registry:  Sunderland (1858); London (1864)
Port of survey:  London
Voyage: sailed for Australia (1864)

 
The South Australian Register, Tuesday 06 June 1865 p. 2
 
Miscellaneous Shipping

The Coldstream, from London via Plymouth, left on March 3, with stormy north-east winds, which continued for some time. She crossed the Line on the 30th, but from that period till passing the meridian of the Cape very light airs and calms superseded the trades ; from thence to the Aus tralian land, however, a fine run was made. The only very severe gale experienced was on May 27 ; but beyond the loss of bulwark planking there was no casualty for entry in the log.

 
The South Australian Register, Wednesday 3 May 1865 p. 3
IMMIGRANTS per COLDSTREAM.

The Coldstream, Capt. Kennedy, arrived on Monday, June 5, after a passage of 93 days from Plymouth. She brings 296 Government immigrants, under the charge of Dr. Jolly, Surgeon-Superintendent.
TheColdstream. is a fine comfortable vessel, and as such well fitted for emigrant transport, especially as her  commander has made 17 voyages in a similar employ, and the Surgeon-Superintendent is quite as much a veteran in the service. The cleanliness of the lower deck could scarcely be surpassed, though the general arrangements of the single female compartment  in would be very much improved if the old style bunk  head athwartships were substituted for the fore-and-aft division, which prevents that complete ventilation so much to be desired. Of the general conduct of the passengers both master and surgeon spoke favourably, but very little having occurred interfere with the harmony of the whole.
The number embarked at Plymouth was 295, births on the passage 7, and by deducting deaths the original number is increased one. She has not, we see, been quite free from sickness, for several cases of diarrhoea are chronicled in the surgeon's journal, but all were convalescent on arrival, so that free intercourse with the vessel was at once permitted, though none of the immigrant could leave till Dr. Duncan's visit of inspection.
There are on board 42 single females, of whom about 20 are seeking friends, the remainder being domestic servants, highly recommended by the matron. Subjoined are the names of the immigrants, together with their national and industrial classifications:—

English —William Ameas. William Ames, Margaret Anderson, Sarah Bartlett, Benjamin Beeby, Thomas Bendell, Edward Perry, Peter, Eleanor, George, Frida and Emma Bird, John Bolwell William Borlace, Alfed Box, Francis and John Bray, Thomas Broad, Isaac Brooking, Margaret Brown, Jos. Cadwallader, John and Ann Callard, Samuel and Catherine Carne, Margaret, John C, and John Casby, Richard Clemas, James Clements. John Cliff, Fred., Eliza, Elizabeth, and Mary Cullen, Sarah Cartis, Francis, Sarah, Louisa, Samuel, Alfred, Henry, and Francis Dellow, Sophia Dennis, Eliza Dobin, John Eades. William Eason. Elizabeth, Jane, Elizabeth, and Matthew Eddy, Samuel Ellis. Mary Ferguson, Jos. Ford, Ephraim, Maria. William, and Hannah Freeman, James Gaylard, Thos. Goldsworthy, John Gornall, Samuel, Hannah, Fred., Mark, Thomas, Betsy. and Kate Grey, Jane Grenfell, Mary Gwynne, Albert and Elizabeth Hanson, Thos. J. Harvey, William and Fanny Harvey, Mary Hawes, Robt. Hawker, John Healey, Elizabeth Hicks, Richard Hicks, Samuel Hannah, John, Mary A., Edwin, and Loveday Hoskin. John Hore, Elizabeth, Fanny, Henry, George, Joseph, and Harriet House, Jas. Mary A., Samuel, and Thomas Tucker, Sampson, Mary, Jessie. Sarah, and Selina Ivey. William Ivey. Elizabeth Jenking, William John, Mary J. Johns, Samuel Johns, Henry Johnson, Chas. Jones, Joan Jones, Leonard Jones, George Julian. John Jury, Richard. Mary, William, Richard, and John Kessell, Edward, Grace, and Edward Kessell Lavina King, Pat, Amelia, Sarah, end Emma Kingston, John. Lawey, Walter Leak, Thomes, Jane, Thomas, Eliza, and John Martin, William, Angelina, and Elizabeth Martin, Richard, Maria, Betsy, Mary. William, and Catherine Martin, Elizabeth Martin, Albert Mawler, Solomon Mill, Christina Moorish, Thomas Nankervis, Thomas and Jane Nankervis. Thomas Newel, Henry Panell. Walter Pearce. Walter Peddell, Francis Phillips, Matthew, Sarah, John, James, and William Pentland, Alice Pickthorne, Henry Fink, Win. Polkinghorne, Samnel Poore, James Price, Mary Front. Thos. Rashleigh, Thos. Wm. Giles, and Elizabeth Richards, Henry Robins, Robert, Hannah, Frederick, Janette, and Charles Robinson, Richard and George Rowe, William Ruberry, Clifford Sage, Robert Sampson, James Sawtell. George seriven, Francis Simmons, James Smith. John Smitherham, Stephen and Mary Spargo, Matthew Stephens, Ann Stokes, John B. Stone, William Strongman. James Sullivan. Henry and Elizabeth Sweet, Simon and Ann Symons, Edwin Tann, Henry and George Taylor. Susan, Thomas, Thomas, Jane, and Catherine Tonkin, James Trengrove, John Trevena, Jane and Margery Trezise, Caleb Triggs. William Walker, Margery Wallis, Louisa Ward. James, Mary A. Cynthia, Francis, and John Warren, Emily Waters. Margaret Waters. Edward Waters, Jane Webb. John.Charlotte. Charles, Eliza, George, and Elizabeth Webb. Edward, Whale. William Richard, and James White, Richard, Nanny, and Nanny White, Thomas and Phillis White, Nanny and Elizabeth White. Sarah Whitford, Samuel Whiting. Jobn Willcocks, Thomas Williams, Ann Williams, Annyer Williams, William Willis.

Scotch —David and Jane Allan, Bertha Campbell, William Dinwoodie, Agnes Ferguson, John and Marion Foggs. James Gallocher. Thomas and Margaret Glynn, Ann Horrell, James Johnston, Jane Knight, Thomas. Maria, and Ann Manning, James, Elizabeth, and Ann Maguire, Thomas. Bridget, and Mary McDermot, John and Anne McKenna. William, Agnes. Agnes, Jessie, and William McGregor, Peter and Ellen Mulholland, Andrew and Elizabeth Notherwell, Mary Sand. Peter Sinclair, James and Mary Ward, Elizabeth Waterman, John. Jessie, and John G. Watson.

Irish —Thomas Bennett, Pat Donohone. Simon Guinney, Maria, Herbert, Alfred, Adelaide, and Edith Holden, John Murray. Matthias O'Halloran.

Nationalities—
English— Adults 197. children between one and twelve 34, infants 8, total 244
Scotch— Adults 34, children between one and twelve 3, infants 4, total 41
Irish— Adults 6, children between one and twelve 4, total 10
Grand total 295 equal to 260 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
Tonkin, Catherine inf April 24th, 1865 Tabes Mesenterica at sea
Martin, Caroline inf May 8th, 1865 Diarrhoea at sea
Webb, Elizabeth inf May 10th, 1865 Diarrhoea at sea
Pentland, William 1 May 25th, 1865 Croup at sea
Freeman, Hannah inf June 1st, 1865 Atropy at sea
Pentland, James 12 June 14th, 1865 Debility on shore
Surgeon Superintendent Report "Births on Board"
Name of Mother   Date of Birth Sex of Infant  
    Seven 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 Allan David 26 Shoemaker 15/3   Edinburgh  
    Jane 20          
                 
RE Bird Peter 32 Labourer - B Aylsham, Norfolk  
    Eleanor (Walker) 28          
    George Walker 4          
    Fleda Ann 2          
    Emma inf          
                 
GE Cadwallader Joseph 36 Agr. Labourer 223/2   Monmouth  
    Ann 32          
                 
GE Carne Samuel 23 Gardener 240/1   Cornwall  
    Catherine 19          
                 
GE Cullen Frederick 33 Carter / Ploughman 354/1   Langport, Somerset  
    Eliza (Martin) 27          
  Martin Elizabeth 7          
  Cullen Mary Jane 1          
                 
GE Dellow Francis John 34 Carpenter 396/1   Shoreditch St Leonard, Middlesex  
    Sarah Jane (Humm) 32          
    Francis John 13          
    Louisa Sarah 9          
    Samuel Henry 7          
    Alfred William 6          
    Henry 2          
                 
GE Foggo John 30 Gardener 515/2   Edinburgh  
    Marion 23          
                 
GE Freeman Ephraim 29 Farm Labourer 531/1   Coventry, Warwick  
    Maria (Staveley) 23          
    William 2          
    Hannah inf         died at sea, June 1st 1865
                 
GE Glen Thomas 33 Labourer 576/3   Edinburgh  
    Margaret 29          
                 
GE Gray Paul 38 Shepherd 608/1   Kingsdon, Somerset  
    Hannah (Jukes) 40          
    Frederick 15          
    Mark 13          
    Thomas 7          
    Bessey 4          
    Kate 1          
                 
GE Hanson Albert 21 Smith 667/1   Bradfield, Berkshire  
    Elizabeth Ann (Ward) 19          
                 
GE Harvey William 28 Labourer 692/1   Cornwall  
    Fanny 29          
                 
GE Holden Mrs. Maria 32 Servant 762/2   Dublin  
    Herbert 7          
    Alfred 5          
    Adeline 3          
    Edith 1          
                 
GE Hosking John 30 Miner 779/1   Cornwall  
    Mary A. (Dennis) 35          
    Edwin 13          
    Loveday 4          
                 
GE House Mrs. Elizabeth 44 Dressmaker 781/2   Ledbury, Herefordshire  
    Fanny 14          
    Henry 12          
    George 9          
    Joseph 4          
    Harriet 3          
                 
GE Hucker James 27 Labourer 788/3   Bickleigh, Devon with family
    Mary A. 27          
    Samuel 9          
                 
GE Ivey Sampson 42 Miner 816/3   St Austell, Cornwall with family
    Mary 44          
    Jessie 10          
    Sarah 7          
    Selina 5          
                 
GE Kessell Richard Henry 29 Labourer 903/3   Ludgvan, Cornwall  
    Mary Ann (Harris) 29          
    William Henry Harris 7          
    Richard 5          
    John 2          
                 
GE Kingston Patrick John 22 Labourer 913/3   High Ham, Somerset  
    Amelia (Lavis) 25          
    Sarah 2          
    Emma inf          
                 
GE Kistle / Kessell Edward 33 Farm Labourer -   Cornwall  
    Grace 29          
    Edward n/a          
                 
GE Macdermott Thomas 21 Ploughman 992/2   Edinburgh  
    Bridget (Monoghan) 23          
    Mary inf          
                 
GE Manning Thomas 22 Labourer 1013/2   Edinburgh  
    Maria 23          
    Ann inf          
                 
AP Martin / Martyn Richard 29 Labourer 1029/2   Bratton Clovelly, Devon  
    Maria (Rice) 28          
    Betsy 7          
    Mary 5          
    William 2          
    Caroline inf         died at sea, May 8th 1865
                 
GE Martin Thomas 39 Miner 1030/1   St. Kew, Cornwall with family
    Jane 36          
    Thomas 10          
    Eliza 8          
    John 5          
                 
GE Martin William 28 Labourer 1030/2   St Austell, Cornwall  
    Angelina (Hooper) 25          
    Elizabeth 2          
                 
GE McGregor William Lyall 33 Shoemaker 1068/2   Edinburgh  
    Agnes 29          
    Agnes 10          
    Jessie 7          
    William 1          
                 
GE McGuire James 26 Labourer 1068/3   Roxburgh  
    Elizabeth 19          
    Ann inf          
                 
GE McKenna John 21 Labourer 1073/1   Edinburgh  
    Ann 19          
                 
GE Motherwell Andrew 22 Shoemaker - B Edinburgh  
    Alice Elizabeth (McLauchlan) 21          
                 
GE Mulholland Peter 25 Labourer 1146/2   Ayrshire  
    Hellen 26          
                 
GE Nankervis Thomas 22 Miner 1164/1   Penzance, Cornwall  
    Jane (Grose) 20          
                 
GE Pentland Matthew 38 Engine Driver 1267/3   St Botolph without Aldgate, Middlesex  
    Sarah (Brown) 36          
    John 15          
    James 12         died after arrival, June 14th 1865
    William 1         died at sea, May 25th 1865
                 
GE Robinson Robert 33 Wheelwright 1371/3   Madron, Cornwall  
    Hannah (Perry) 32          
    Frederick William 7          
    Janette / Janet Perry 5          
    Charles Henry 2          
                 
GE Spargo Stephen 25 Labourer - B Redruth, Cornwall  
    Mary (Critchley) 23         Mary (Webb) ?
                 
GE Sweet Henry 23 Miner 1568/1   St Austell, Cornwall  
    Elizabeth (Ivey) 20         with family
                 
GE Symons Simon 43 Labourer 1570/3   Cornwall  
    Ann 24          
                 
GE Tonkin Thomas 23 Labourer 1612/1   Glamorgan  
    Jane 22          
    Catherine inf         died at sea, April 24th 1865
                 
GE Ward James 26 Ploughman -   Roxburgh  
    Mary 26          
                 
GE Warren James 27 Labourer 1677/1   High Ham, Somerset  
    Mary Ann (Cullen) 22          
    Cynthia 6          
    Frances 4          
    John inf          
                 
GE Watson John 24 Smith - B Edinburgh  
    Jessie (Graham) 24          
    John inf          
                 
GE Webb Charles 24 Labourer 1686/3   Langport, Somerset  
    Eliza (Tilley) 27          
    George 2          
    Elizabeth inf         died at sea, May 10th 1865
                 
GE Webb John 19 Labourer 1687/1   Langport, Somerset  
    Charlotte 21          
                 
GE White Richard 25 Miner -   Penzance, Cornwall  
    Nancy / Nanny (Jebbard) 25          
    Nancy 1          
                 
GE White Thomas 46 Labourer 1702/2   St Just, Cornwall with family
    Phillis 42          
 
Names Age Occupation B-index BMD Residence Remarks
  Last Given
Single Men
GE Ames William 19 Labourer 23/2   Somerset  
GE Annear William 20 Miner 32/3   Cornwall  
GE Beely Benjamin 22 Carpenter -   Warwick  
GE Bendell Thomas 17 Farm Labourer 109/3   Wiltshire  
RE Bennett Thomas 23 Labourer 113/2   Cork  
  Berry Henry 25 Bricklayer 118/1   Middlesex  
GE Bolwell John 24 Labourer 140/2   Monmouth to Victoria
GE Borlase William 22 Farm Labourer 146/1   Cornwall  
AP Box Alfred 19 Gardener 157/3   Gloucester  
GE Bray James 23 Farm Labourer 167/3   Cornwall  
GE Bray John 21 Farm Labourer 168/1   Cornwall  
GE Broad Thomas 22 Carman 117/3   Surrey  
AP Brooking Isaac 24 Farm Labourer 182/1   Cornwall  
GE Callard John 19 Labourer 227/3   Devon  
GE Casley James 19 Labourer 248/2   Cornwall  
GE Casley John 28 Miner 248/2   Cornwall  
RE Clemas Richard 28 Miner 284/1   Cornwall  
GE Clements James William 23 Labourer 284/2   Cornwall  
GE Cliff John 19 Miner 285/2   Cornwall  
GE Dinwoodie William 22 Mason 406/2   Dumfries  
RE Donohue Patrick 22 Labourer 436/2   Clare  
GE Eades John 20 Shoemaker -   Somerset  
AP Eason William 16 Agr. Labourer -   Somerset  
GE Eddy Matthew Mann 22 Labourer 453/3   Cornwall  
GE Ellis Samuel 22 Labourer -   Cornwall  
GE Ford Joseph 18 Farm Labourer -   Gloucester  
GE Gallocker James 19 Farm Labourer 544/3   Dumfries  
AP Gayland James 20 Mason 554/1   Somerset  
GE Goldsworthy Thomas Gill 19 Miner 585/2   Cornwall  
AP Gornall John 25 Plumber 594/2   Montgomery  
GE Guinney Samuel 20 Labourer 632/2   Clare  
GE Harvey Thomas J. 18 Sawyer 691/3   Cornwall  
GE Hawker Robert 23 Agr. Labourer 698/3   Somerset to Victoria
GE Healy John 25 Labourer 706/3   Glamorgan  
GE Hicks Richard 16 Miner 733/2   Cornwall  
GE Hood Samuel J. 22 Gardener 770/2   Warwick  
GE Hore John 20 Farm Labourer 774/2   Cornwall  
GE Hucker Thomas 24 Labourer 788/3   Bickleigh, Devon with family
GE Ivey William 18 Miner 816/3   St Austell, Cornwall with parents
GE John William 27 Farm Labourer 844/3   Glamorgan  
GE Johns Samuel 25 Farm Labourer 846/2   Hampshire  
GE Johnson Henry 20 Glazier 848/3   Staffordshire  
RE Johnston James 23 Smith 852/3   Edinburgh  
GE Jones Charles 35 Farm Labourer 856/3   Worcester  
GE Jones John 19 Gardener 860/1   Somerset  
AP Jones Leonard N, 18 Shoemaker 861/1   Monmouth  
GE Julian George H. 22 Farm Labourer 869/2   Cornwall  
GE Jury John 20 Stone Mason -   Devon  
GE Lawry John 20 Miner -   Cornwall  
GE Lock Walter 19 Shepherd 981/2   Devon  
GE Mauler Albert 21 Blacksmith 1043/1   Gloucester  
GE Mill Solomon 19 Miner -   Cornwall  
RE Murray John 20 Labourer 1157/2   Clare  
GE Nankervis Thomas 20 Miner 1164/1   Cornwall  
GE Newell Thomas 22 Farm Labourer 1177/2   Montgomery  
PP O'Halloran Mathias 23 Farm Labourer 1210/1   Clare  
GE Papall Henry 19 Bricklayer 1235/2   Kent  
GE Pearce Walter 20 Miner 1257/2   Cornwall  
GE Peddal Walter 18 Groom 1259/3   Somerset  
GE Phillips Francis 23 Miner -   English  
AP Pink Henry John 20 Servant 1286/3   Berkshire  
GE Polkinghorn William 22 Miner 1294/3   Cornwall  
GE Poore Samuel 23 Carpenter 1299/1   Dorset  
RE Price James 20 Labourer -   Breconshire  
GE Rashleigh Thomas 19 Farm Labourer -   Cornwall  
GE Richard Giles 22 Gardener 1349/3   Somerset  
GE Richards William 22 Miner -   Cornwall  
GE Richards Thomas 20 Miner -   Cornwall  
GE Robins Henry 23 Servant 1369/2   Somerset  
GE Rowe Richard 23 Farm Labourer 1395/1   Cornwall  
GE Rowe George 20 Miner 1393/3   Cornwall  
GE Ruberry William 32 Mason 1399/3   Wexford  
GE Sage Clifford 26 Farm Labourer 1416/2   Somerset  
GE Sampson Robert 22 Farm Labourer 1420/2   Cornwall  
GE Sawtell James 36 Agr. Labourer 1432/1   Somerset  
GE Scriven George 19 Agr. Carpenter 1456/2   Somerset  
GE Simmons Francis 19 Shoemaker 1488/2   Somerset  
GE Sinclair Peter 20 Engineer 1493/1   Perthshire  
RE Smith James 27 Smelter -   Worcester  
GE Smitheram John 20 Miner -   Cornwall  
AP Stephens Matthew 24 Miner 1543/2   Glamorgan  
AP Stone John B. 25 Miner -   English  
GE Strongman William 20 Miner 1559/1   Cornwall  
AP Sullivan James 18 Bookbinder -   English  
GE Tann Edwin 21 Quarryman 1574/3   Somerset  
RE Taylor George 25 Labourer 1579/1   Middlesex  
GE Taylor Henry 21 Baker 1579/2   Middlesex  
GE Travena John n/a Miner -   Cornwall  
AP Trengrove James 23 Miner 1620/2   Cornwall  
GE Triggs Caleb 21 Carpenter -   English  
GE Walker William 30 Labourer 1662/1   Warwick  
AP Waters Edward 20 Farm Labourer -   English  
GE Whale Edward 28 Painter -   English  
GE White James 17 Labourer 1702/2   St Just, Cornwall with parents
GE White Richard 19 Labourer  
GE White William 23 Labourer  
AP Whiting Samuel 21 Sawyer 1704/3   Cornwall  
GE Wilcocks John 20 Labourer 1714/2   Cornwall  
GE Williams Aunger 21 Porter 1715/1   Glamorgan  
GE Williams Thomas 21 Miner -   British  
GE Willis / Wills William 19 Farm Labourer 1726/1   Dorset  
 
Single Women & children
GE Anderson Margaret 18 Servant     Aberdeen  
GE Bartlett Sarah 23 Dairymaid     Middlesex  
GE Brown Margaret 18 Domestic Servant     Somerset  
GE Campbell Bertha 19 Domestic Servant     Scotland  
GE Casley Margaret 26 Housekeeper     Cornwall  
GE Curtis Sarah 17 Domestic Servant     Edinburgh  
GE Dennis Sophia 25 Domestic Servant     Cornwall  
AP Dobin Eliza 30 Domestic Servant     English  
GE Eddy Elizabeth 19 Dressmaker     Cornwall  
GE Eddy Elizabeth 20 Housekeeper     Cornwall  
GE Eddy Jane 19 Domestic Servant     Cornwall  
GE Ferguson Agnes 24 Servant     Edinburgh  
GE Ferguson Mary 20 Servant     Edinburgh  
GE Grenfell Jane 20 Domestic Servant     Cornwall  
GE Gwynne Mary Ann 19 Domestic Servant     Breconshire  
PP Hawes Mary 50 Charwoman     English  
GE Hicks Elizabeth 17 Domestic Servant     Cornwall  
GE Hornel Ann 22 Domestic Servant     Dumfries  
RE Jenkins Elizabeth A. 18 Servant     Cornwall  
GE Johns Mary Jane 26 Domestic Servant     Cornwall  
GE King Lavinia 22 Domestic Servant     Cornwall  
GE Knight Jane 22 Domestic Servant     Dumfries  
GE Martin Elizabeth 16 Servant     St Kew, Cornwall with parents
GE Murrish Christiana 27 Domestic Servant     St Just, Cornwall  
GE Pickhorne Alice 18 Laundry maid     Gloucester  
GE Prout Mary Jane 19 Domestic Servant     Cornwall  
GE Richards Elizabeth 21 Domestic Servant     Cornwall  
GE Shand Mary Ann 17 Domestic Servant     Aberdeen  
GE Stokes Ann 21 Dairy maid     Somerset  
RE Thomas Susan 28 Servant     Cornwall  
GE Tresise Jane 23 House maid     Cornwall  
GE Tresise Margery 21 Domestic Servant     Cornwall  
GE Wallis Margery 18 Domestic Servant     Cornwall  
GE Ward Louise 17 Nurse     Berkshire  
AP Waterman Elizabeth 38 Cook     Scottish  
GE Waters Emily 26 Domestic Servant     Cornwall  
GE Waters Margaret 17 Domestic Servant     English  
GE Webb Jane 22 Dairy maid     Somerset  
GE White Elizabeth 15 -     St Just, Cornwall with parents
GE White Nancy 20 -    
GE Whitford Sarah 25 Housekeeper     Cornwall  
GE Williams Anne 16 Domestic Servant     Somerset  

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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