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

barque David Malcolm, 538 tons, Captain Jacob W. Smith, from London 27th December 1848 & Plymouth 5th January 1849, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 7th April 1849

note: There was no Official copy of the passenger list for this voyage of the barque David Malcolm.

South Australian Register Wednesday 11th April 1849

Saturday, barque David Malcom, Smith, Master, from London and Plymouth.
Passengers: Dr. Weymouth surgeon-superintendent in the cabin, and 236 government emigrants in the steerage. . . . — 8th ship from England to S.A. with government passengers for 1849 ; 5 ? births and 2 ? deaths on the passage, Dr. Weymouth, surgeon-superintendent.
Families    
Andrew, John & wife Ann Abbott, William & wife & infant daughter Lucretia (died at sea) Appledore, James & wife Mary & daughter Maria & one child
Adams, William & wife & two children (daughter Sarah died at sea, one girl born at sea) Angel, W. & wife & three children Angel, Joseph & wife & child
Bartley, Hannibal & wife Berryman, Thomas T. & wife & five children Bundey, James & wife Harriet (Lockyer) & five children
Cheek, Robert & wife & five children Crispin, John & wife & two children (one girl born at sea) Crowgey, Nicholas & wife & three children
Dunkerton, James & wife Dalwood, John & wife Dunn, Joseph & wife
Gillard, Joseph & wife & child (2?) Hicks, William & wife & three children Hobbey, Thomas & wife & nine children
Hart, John & wife Jenkins, William & wife Johnson, George & wife
Leaver, William (& ?) Lithgow, John S. & wife Langman, Richard & wife
Masters, Charles & wife Mitchell, Francis & wife & two children Martin, John & wife
Mortimer, W.C. & wife & five children (one girl born at sea) Oats, George & wife & two children Opie, Thomas & wife & four children
Pengilly, William & wife & child Rule, James & wife & son (born at sea) Sanders, George & wife & two children
Trembath, William & wife & two children (one boy born at sea) Token / Tozen, John W. & wife & two children Whittaker, William & wife & child
Perry, Edward & wife & two children Barwell, William & wife & daughter (born at sea) Brown, George & wife & two children
Hawker, William & wife & child McAuley, Alexander & wife & two children Peglar, Joel & wife & child
Taylor, William & wife & five children Dayey, Richard & wife & six children Crossman, Charles & wife & two children
Couch, Henry & wife & two children Bearman, William & wife & two children Simmons, Joseph & wife & four children
Levi, Solomon & wife & seven children    
     
Single Males    
Hepburn, Donald Wilson, John W. Yeland, Loveday
Viney, Samuel Trigger, James Saint, Robert W.
Pappin, Joseph Pappin, William Phillip, James
Pardon, Richard Pein, John Pappin, James
Hicks, Thomas Kent, William Cross, Henry
Cross, Isaac Eddy, Henry E. Frances, William
Dowden, Charles Gillard, Samuel  
Harper, Elijah S. Butler, Charles (last 4 males listed with females)
Burgess, John Brokenshire, Benjamin
     
Single Females    
Davis, Sarah Yeland, Elizabeth Way, Emma
Way, Eliza Woolven, Dorothy Roe, Margaret
Roe, Jane Saint, Jane Liddell, Mary
Palmer, Emma Pappin, Mary Oates, Ann
Parkinson, Ann J. Mitchell, Ann Kent, Christiana
Kent, Mary Adams, Harriet  
     

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 (formely ACC 313); Sydney Shipping Gazette; South Australian Register; The South Australian Government Gazette; Biographical index SA 1836-1885 (the B-index column indicates individuals who may be found in that index, with corresponding reference number for further research)

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