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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

ship Dirigo, 1,282 tons, Captain Joseph Trevellick, from Liverpool 8th August 1854, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 22nd November 1854 (originally scheduled to sail from Birkenhead 23rd June)

South Australian Register Thursday 23rd November 1854
Wednesday, November 22nd :- the ship Dirigo, 1,282 tons, Trevellick, Master, from Liverpool August 8th 1854
Passengers:— Mrs. Mulville & Misses Ann, Ellen and Mary Mulville, and Master D. Mulville in the cabin. — 26th ship from England to S.A. with 484 government passengers for 1854 ; 12 births and 14 deaths on the passage ; William L. Echlin, surgeon-superintendent.
ship Dirigo . . .

. . sailed from Birkenhead in early July 1854, but was forced to go into Queenstown (Cork) due to cholera aboard. The ship was towed back to Liverpool by the steam vessel Minerva, arriving there on July 10th 1854. Arrangements were made to fashion a temporary hospital but met with resistance from local people. Of the 518 passengers and 51 crew-members, there were 44 deaths recorded as of July 11th. ... extracts of the communication, including lists of names


The Dirigo . . .
Arrived from Liverpool on the 22nd November, after a passage of 107 days. She landed 482 immigrants. Fourteen deaths and twelve births took place at sea. This ship arrived in a very excellent order. The cleanliness, general management and discipline of the people reflected the highest credit on Mr. W.L. Echlin, the surgeon-superintendent.

The ship itself was of a first class character for emigrants, having ample room and height between decks, and was well ventilated. The male and female hospitals were large and convenient.
The Surgeon-superintendent speaks highly of the efficient support and co-operation he received from the master and all the officers of the ship. The mortality, with one exception was confined to young and delicate children, and was caused by diarrhoea.

The Surgeon-superintendent seems to have had more trouble with enforcing the regulations among the single men, than all the others on board. He speaks highly of the conduct of the single women, who were a well selected set of persons, and adapted for the requirements of the Colony.

In this ship the baking succeeded better than usual. the size of the oven precluded the possibility of baking twice in the week, a sufficient to supply all the emigrants with soft bread twice a week. The yeast used was made by using what the surgeon called porter bottoms, and answered well. The form and size of loaves found the best, were those baked in square tins, containing 2lbs each, supplied by the Commissioners for the use of emigrants. The oven contained twenty six tins and the time required for each batch was about two hours; the 12oz. of flour yielded about 14Żoz. of bread. I have been thus particular in describing the system of baking adopted on board the Dirago because in all other ships the baking of soft bread has turned out quite a failure. The first requisite to ensure success is to appoint a man as baker who is properly qualified and who ought to prove his efficiency by baking good bread before the ship is despatched to sea; and sufficient space should be given so that his work may be done properly. The surgeon-superintendent suggests that one or two extra floor plates for the oven should be sent, as the first, from continual use, is burnt through before the ending of the voyage. I think that in all respects the Dirago was the model of an emigrant ship.


DIRIGO from 1858 Lloyds Register
Rigging: Ship; sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1858 ; fastened with iron bolts
Master: Captain White
Tonnage: 1,152 tons
Construction: 1854 in New Brunswick, using Tamarack, Oak, Pine & Birch ; some repairs in 1856; repairs to damages in 1857
Owners: Coltart & Co.
Port of registry: Liverpool
Port of survey: Liverpool
Voyage: sailed for Australia

 
The South Australian Government Gazette 1866 p. 87
Name Age Date of Death Cause of Death Where buried
Hindman, Janet 9mo August 15 Diarrhoea at sea
Muer, — (Muir) 14 days September 06 Debilty at sea
Dale, Sarah 3 September 12 Worms at sea
Thompson, George inf September 15 Diarrhoea at sea
Milne, Alexander 14mo September 16 Diarrhoea at sea
Hobkirk, Mary
(Margaret)
9mo September 16 Diarrhoea at sea
Lynch, Eliza 6 September 28 Diarrhoea & fever at sea
Crowe, Ellen
(Edward)
3 October 04 Diarrhoea & fever at sea
Wise, Ellen 10 October 11 Diarrhoea & fever at sea
Ross, John 2 October 24 Diarrhoea & fever at sea
Lynch, — 3 days November 02 Debility at sea
Moore, Mary
(Margeret)
43 November 09 Diarrhoea at sea
Weston, Mary 3mo November 15 Debility at sea
Hobkirk, Robert 3 November 18 Worms & debility at sea

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 in italics

Names Age Occupation B-index Residence Remarks
Last Given
Families
Alliband Thomas 36 Blacksmith - Warwickshire wife Mary, 39, died of cholera in July
  Thomas George 9        
  Mary Ann 3        
             
Amos George 27 Agr. Labourer - Stirlingshire wife Janet, 28, died of cholera in July
  George 2        
             
Balmer James 30 Gardener - Louth  
  Margaret 28        
             
Barr William 20 Miner - Renfrew  
  Helen 21        
             
Bellis Edward 25 Agr. Labourer - Cheshire  
  Maria 28        
             
Butterworth Nathaniel 27 Mason - Oldham, Lancashire  
  Sarah 22        
             
Byrne Rose 60 Servant - Wicklow  
  Thomas 19 Agr. Labourer      
  Elizabeth 17 Servant      
             
Campbell Laurence Ian 36 Agr. Labourer 232/2 Lanark  
  Mary 27        
  William 11        
             
Casey Patrick 38 Agr. Labourer - Tipperary  
  Anne 36        
  Edward 13        
  John 11        
  Mary 8        
  Anne 6        
             
Clarke James 34 Sawyer - Midlothian  
  Alison 29        
  Alison 1        
             
Corbett John 29 Miner - Lanark  
  Susan 28        
  Elizabeth 1        
             
Crowe Patrick 38 Agr. Labourer - Limerick  
  Margaret 36        
  James 14        
  Michael 10        
  Patrick 7        
  Edward 3       died at sea, October 04
             
Curran John 30 Blacksmith - Meath  
  Elizabeth 29        
             
Dale John 50 Agr. Labourer - Saxelby, Leicester John snr. age 53 in 1851 census | son John, 1, died of cholera in July
  Ann 40        
  Thomas 14        
  William 10        
  Hannah 8        
  George 6        
  Sarah 2       died at sea, Sept. 12
             
Davoren Bridget 43 Servant - Clare  
  Denis 25 Shepherd      
  Michael 23 Shepherd      
  Mary 17 Servant      
  James 15 Servant 384/1    
             
Delglesh / Dalgliesh Robert 24 Agr. Labourer - Stirling  
  Margaret 23        
             
Duncanson John 27 Agr. Labourer - Caithness  
  Sarah 27        
  Helen 2        
             
Dunning Samuel Andrew 24 Bricklayer 441/2 Durham  
  Isabella (Carter) 21        
  John 2        
  Mary Ann inf        
             
Eglinton Andrew 37 Agr. Labourer 460/1 Bothwell, Lanark  
  Agnes 39       nursed cholera patients
  Ann 16        
  Jane 14        
  Robert 12        
  Catherine 11        
  Christine 4        
  Agnes 2        
             
Fletcher Joseph 40 Bricklayer - Lancashire  
  Ann 39        
             
Garth William 37 Plumber - Newington, Surrey nursed cholera patients
  Sarah 33        
  Sarah Anne 10        
  Jane Mary 8        
             
Haigh Allen 24 Whiter (cloth bleacher ?) - Yorkshire  
  Charlotte 24        
  Mary 2        
             
Hartnell Mary 44 Servant - Limerick Hartnett / Harnett
  John 26 Agr. Labourer      
  Honora 24 Servant      
  Richard 22        
  Michael 20        
             
Hindman Samuel 24 Miner - Lanark  
  Mary Jane 21        
  Janet inf       died at sea, August 15
             
Hobkirk Walter 25 Agr. Labourer 750/2 Roxburgh  
  Alison 31        
  Robert 3       died at sea, Nov.18
  Margaret inf       died at sea, Sept. 16
             
Hogan Roger 26 Agr. Labourer - Chester Clare ?
  Mary (Mullin) 22        
  Malachi Dirigo inf       born at sea, Nov. 10th 1854
             
Hogarth Christian 42 Housekeeper - Melrose, Roxburgh husband George, b. about 1812, was still living, 1851 census
  Mary 23        
  Andrew 21        
  Ellen / Helen 17        
  Janet 12        
  George 5        
             
Horner Nathan Isaac 49 Mason 775/3 Birkenhead, Cheshire  
  Ann (Wells) 43        
  Mary Ann 19        
  Henry 17        
  Nathan Isaac 15        
  Eliza 13        
  Sarah Elizabeth 10        
             
Hubbard Thomas 20 Agr. Labourer - Leicester, Leicester  
  Mary (Thompson) 16        
             
Huffer John 31 Agr. Labourer 789/3 Bourne, Lincolnshire  
  Julia (Camon) 27        
  Mary Ann 7        
  John 4        
             
Inches John K. 28 Carpenter - Lanark  
  Andrina 27        
  Janet 1        
             
Inglis Samuel 49 Shepherd 812/1 [Wicklow, Ireland?]  
  Mary (Robertson) 43        
  George 16        
  John 14        
  Andrew 12        
  Elizabeth 10        
  James 7        
  Mary 3        
             
Jack Alexander 26 Agr. Labourer - Renfrew  
  Johan 27        
  Ann 3        
  Christian 1        
             
Jennings Henry Stephen 26 Carpenter - Middlesex  
  Sarah Amy (Painter) 21        
  Henry 1        
  Elizabeth inf       born at sea, Sept. 17th 1854
             
Jones Owen J. 35 Copper Miner - Glamorgan David Owen ?
  Elizabeth 32        
  Winifred 5        
             
Kirkwood David 21 Miner - Lanark  
  Jane (McKay) 25        
  Jane 2        
             
Laidlaw John 25 Agr. Labourer - Roxburgh to Victoria before 1858
  Agnes (Kersal) 25        
  Mary 4        
  Catherine 1        
             
Laidlaw Walter 29 Agr. Labourer - Roxburgh  
  Janet 24        
             
Leach Thomas 23 Mason - Liverpool, Lancashire  
  Ellen (Thursby) 23        
             
Low Alexander 37 Carpenter 986/2 Kirriemuir, Angus [Forfarshire] age 42 in 1851 census
  Mary (Ross) 35       age 40 in 1851 census
  James 7       age 10 in 1851 census
  Mary 5       age 2 in 1851 census
  Jane 1        
             
Lynch John 34 Agr. Labourer - Carlow  
  Doro / Doran (Fitzpatrick) 37        
  Bridget 10        
  Eliza 6       died at sea, Sept. 28
  John 3        
             
Mackay Angus 24 Joiner - Midlothian  
  Donaldina (Jack) 23        
             
Manning James 38 Joiner - Lancashire Marony ?
  Bridget 33        
  Thomas 9        
  Mary 1        
             
Mara Daniel 44 Agr. Labourer - Limerick  
  Margaret 43        
  Patrick 22 Agr. Labourer      
  Francis 18        
             
Matheson Alexander 32 Agr. Labourer - Ross-shire  
  Catherine (McLennan) 32        
  Kenneth 1        
             
Mathews Kenneth 48 Shepherd - Ross  
  Margaret 32        
             
Matthews Thomas 30 Labourer - Lancashire  
  Eliza 27        
  Thomas 13        
  George 10        
  William 6        
  Eliza inf        
             
McAlpine Catherine 45 Housekeeper - Glasgow St. George, Lanark husband William 55, and son John 7, died of cholera
  Isabella 29 Domestic Servant      
  Christina 17 Domestic Servant      
  Margaret 12        
             
McAlpine William 27 Groom   Glasgow St. George, Lanark son of Catherine
  Janet (Wallace) 27        
             
McBeath Robert 53 Agr. Labourer - Golspie, Sutherland age 58 in 1851 census
  Christiana / Christy 45       age 46 in 1851 census
  Donald 20       age 23 in 1851 census
  Anne 19       age 20 in 1851 census
  Williamina 16       age 14 in 1851 census
  Jessie 14       age 13 in 1851 census
  Robert 10       age 10 in 1851 census
  Christiana / Christy 8       age 9 in 1851 census
             
McCase ? John 35 Groom - Cumberland  
  William 10       Brown ?
  Robert 8        
  Joseph 6        
  John 4        
             
McDonald Angus 25 Joiner - Roxburgh  
  Sarah (McDonald) 27        
  Angus inf        
             
McDonald John 32 Agr. Labourer - Inverness  
  Betsey 33        
             
McEwen John 22 Agr. Labourer - Stirling  
  Elizabeth 26        
  Ann inf        
             
McGregor James 39 Agr. Labourer - Midlothian  
  Jane 34        
  Margaret 2        
  James inf   1086/1    
             
McLean John 31 Carpenter - Renfrew  
  Marion 28        
  Mary Ann 5        
             
McLeod Charles 27 Agr. Labourer - Morayshire  
  Ann 25        
  John inf        
             
Miller Thomas 35 Mason - Lanark  
  Frances 31        
             
Milne James 31 Joiner 1115/1 Midlothian  
  Ann (Rose) 26        
  James 2        
  Alexander 1       died at sea, Sept. 16
             
Moore Maurice 43 Agr. Labourer - Limerick  
  Margaret 43       died at sea, Nov. 09
  Michael 21        
  Mary 18        
  Garrett 15        
             
Morgan John 25 Joiner - Lanark  
  Euphemia 26        
             
Morton Thomas 27 Mason - Chester  
  Bridget 27        
Kennedy Betsey 11        
             
Muir Jasper 32 ? Sawyer 1145/3 Midlothian  
  Helen (Wishart) 8 age 18 / 28 ?      
  Jane inf       born & died at sea, September 16 (age 14 days)
             
Neill William n/a Agr. Labourer - Shetland  
  Isabella n/a        
             
Newton James 22 Miner - Lanark  
  Isabella (Barr) 20        
  Robert inf       born at sea, Oct. 15th 1854
             
Nicholson John 28 Agr. Labourer 1184/2 Shetland  
  Jane 27        
             
Nolan Edward 26 Agr. Labourer 1191/1 Galway  
  Bridget 23        
             
Oliver Robert 23 Agr. Labourer 1219/2 Roxburgh  
  Jane (Hopkirk) 19        
  Margaret inf        
             
Polson David / Daniel ? 40 Mason 1296/3 Edinburgh St. Cuthberts, Midlothian  
  Christina (McRea) 30        
  Alexandrina 11        
  David 7        
  Margaret 5        
  Jessie 3        
             
Power Patrick 33 Agr. Labourer - Chester  
  Ellen 33        
             
Rankin Ewen 29 Carpenter - Caithness  
  Margaret 35        
  Daniel 12        
  Kenneth 11        
  Margaret 9        
  Alexandrina 2        
             
Reed John 28 Bricklayer - Durham  
  Mary Ann 30        
  John Henry 9        
  Margaret inf        
             
Rogers William 28 Labourer - Lanark  
  Elizabeth 24        
  Alexander 2        
             
Ross Alexander 39 Blacksmith 1388/2 Eastwood, Renfrew conflicting 1851 census entries, shown -- / --
  Janet (Forest) 38        
  Jessie / Janet 14        
  Margaret / Elizabeth 12        
  Alexander 11        
  John 8        
  William / James 5        
  James / Mary 2       died at sea, October 24
             
Sadler / Saddler John 37 Labourer 1416/1 Warwick nursed cholera patients
  Louisa 32       children, Charles 2 & John (?) 1, died of cholera in July
  Mary Benson 14        
             
Scott John 37 Joiner - Hawick, Roxburgh son Andrew 12, died of cholera in July
  Janet / Jessie 38        
  Jane 2        
             
Short David 34 Millwright - Lanark nursed cholera patients
  Agnes 37 ships' Matron     nursed cholera patients
  Arthur 9        
             
Smith Robert 43 Carpenter 1509/2 Lanark  
  Christina 37        
  Clementine 9        
             
Stanton / Staunton Thomas 40 Labourer 1534/2 Derby nursed cholera patients
 

Mary

39        
             
Thomson George 28 Cabinet Maker - Fife  
  Janet 27        
  William 3        
  George inf       died at sea, Sept. 15
             
Thomson Andrew 25 Blacksmith - Midlothian  
  Isabella 21        
             
Turnbull James 55 Agr. Labourer 1628/3 Linton, Roxburgh wife Jane (Margaret?), 55 and son James 24, died of cholera in July
  Janet 27 Servant     age indexed as 10 in 1851 census
  Margaret 21 Servant     age indexed as 17 in 1851 census
  Agnes 18 Servant     age indexed as 15 in 1851 census
  Isabella 16 Servant     age indexed as 13 in 1851 census
  Christina / Christian 14 Servant     age indexed as 4 in 1851 census
  Andrew 9       age indexed as 6 in 1851 census
             
Turton James 18 - - Sheffield ?, Yorkshire  
  Ellen 20        
             
Welsh Richard n/a - - -  
  Mary 30        
  Philip 9        
  Catherine 5        
  Mary n/a        
             
Weir Archibald 30 Joiner - Northumberland  
  Emma 29        
             
Weston John 28 Carter 1696/3 Manchester, Lancashire  
  Elizabeth (Benson) 25        
  Hannah 4        
             
White Thomas 25 Agr. Labourer - Lancashire  
  Mary 21        
             
Wilson John 38 Agr. Labourer - Lanark  
  Jane 34        
  Jane 2        
             
Wightman James 39 Joiner - Chester age 34 in 1851 census (b. scotland)
  Ellen 37     living West Derby Lancashire 1851 census Ellen 30+/- in 1841 census, widowed (?), Matron in hospital with sons Jacob & Thomas. Named Sarah age 47, in 1851 census
Adams Scott 14 step-son     Jacob Adams
Adams Thomas 13 step-son      
Adams ? Trish ? 11       not found in census
Wightman James 6 son      
Wightman Ellen 3 daughter     age 7 in 1851 census
             
Woods George 35 Labourer - Lancashire  
  Margaret 23        
  George inf        
             
Wyse / Wise Michael 37 Tanner - Rothesay, Bute  
  Mary (Stuart) 37        
  Helen / Ellen 10       died at sea, October 11
  James 6        
  Janet 1        
 
Names Age Occupation B-index Residence Remarks
Last Given
Single Men
Armitage Giles 19 Servant   Shropshire  
Assheton / Assherton John 25 Joiner   Lancashire wife Mary 22, died of cholera in July
Barclay Alexander 25 Agr. Labourer   Cheshire  
Barret Edward 21 Mason   Lancashire  
Benson Joseph 22 Agr. Labourer   Lancashire  
Bostock Joseph 25 Joiner   Lancashire  
Brookman Andrew 19 Printer   Lanark  
Brooks Michael 25 Painter   Lancashire  
Brown Samuel 21 Agr. Labourer   Derbyshire  
Burgess William 19 Plumber   Cheshire  
Cahill Michael 18 Agr. Labourer   Galway with sister
Cumming Peter 33 Mason   Banffshire  
Davies / Davis Isaac 29 Miner   Flintshire  
Doody William 27 Pastry Cook   Lancashire  
Dow John 29 Joiner   Lancashire  
Dursack / Durick Michael 19 Agr. Labourer   Clare  
Easton Alexander 18 Agr. Labourer   Cheshire  
Forbes James 21 Blacksmith   Cheshire  
Gardner John 23 Agr. Labourer 548/2 Cavan  
Godfrey Thomas 20 Agr. Labourer 580/2 Cheshire  
Griffiths Griffith 35 Painter   Beaumaris, Anglesey  
Griffiths Robert 34 Miner   Flintshire  
Hayes / Hays William 19 Shepherd   Flintshire  
Henry James 16 Agr. Labourer   Londonderry  
Heron Frederick 19 Joiner 729/2 Birkenhead, Cheshire brother of John
Heron John 21 Mason   Birkenhead, Cheshire brother of Frederick
Hogan Daniel 19 Agr. Labourer   Cheshire  
Hughes John James 32 Joiner   Merionethshire  
Jones David 20 Copper Miner   Flintshire  
Jones Henry 20 Shoemaker   Anglesey  
Jones John 32 Joiner   Anglesey  
Jones Owen 28 Agr. Labourer   Anglesey  
Jones William 22 Carpenter   Flintshire  
Jordan John 24 Smelter   Flintshire  
Lauder William 22 Carpenter   Midlothian  
Leach Isaac 19 Mason   Lancashire brother of Thomas (above)
Marshall John 25 Joiner   Renfrew  
Marshall Robert 37 Mason   Midlothian  
McColl Daniel 26 Shepherd   Renfrew  
McDonald John 22 Agr. Labourer   Roxburgh  
McDonnell Martin 24 Agr. Labourer   Westmeath with mother
McKinlay James 25 Joiner   Bute  
McMahon James 29 Agr. Labourer   Clare  
McNamee Hugh 25 Blacksmith   Londonderry  
Meagher James 28 Agr. Labourer   Tipperary  
Mullins John 22 Agr. Labourer   Clare  
Mullins Patrick 24 Agr. Labourer   Clare  
Mulvehill John 24 Agr. Labourer   Westmeath  
Mulvehill Michael 20 Agr. Labourer   Westmeath  
Mulvehill Thomas 12 child   Westmeath  
Munchland Robert 26 Mason   Renfrew McAusland ?
Nolan William 18 Agr. Labourer   Galway  
Paton James 21 Carpenter   Midlothian  
Pearson Joseph 23 Carpenter   Cheshire  
Pilkington William 28 Agr. Labourer   Lancashire  
Rigney William 21 Blacksmith   Cheshire  
Rogers Robert 22 Joiner   Renfrew  
Russell John 30 Joiner   Perth  
Shelton John 20 Labourer   Clare  
Taylor George 35 Agr. Labourer 1579/1 Cheshire  
Thomson / Thompson John 35 Agr. Labourer   Cheshire  
Thomson William 31 Agr. Labourer   Fife  
Walters William 24 Joiner   Lancashire  
Watson Andrew 20 Agr. Labourer   Lancashire  
Watson Thomas 18 Carter   Lancashire  
Welsh James 19 Blacksmith   Lancashire  
Whitelaw John 28 Wheelwright 1703/2 Lancashire  
Whitelaw Robert 22 Carpenter 1703/2 Lancashire  
Williams William 19 Copper Miner   Flintshire  
Winton William 20 Agr. Labourer   Lanark wife Martha 21, died of cholera in July
 
Single Women
Short Agnes 36 Matron   Lanark with family (see above) | nursed cholera patients
Anderson Margaret 21 Servant   Forfarshire nursed cholera patients
Baille Isobel 33 Servant   Forfarshire  
Baird Jane 20 Servant   Donegal  
Balmer Martha 27 Servant   Armagh  
Bradley Sarah 24 Servant   Clare  
Brennan Edna 22 Servant   Kilkenny  
Cahill Margaret 19 Servant   Galway with brother
Calaghan Mary 28 Servant   Monaghan  
Cowan Mary 44 Nurse   Birkenhead, Cheshire widow, born Ireland
Cowan Mary 16 Servant   Birkenhead, Cheshire daughter, born Ireland
Cregan Johanna 19 Servant   Limerick  
Curtis Mary 23 Servant   Lancashire  
Dick Margaret 22 Domestic Servant   -  
Donigan / Donnigan Margaret 18 Domestic Servant   Cheshire  
Duguid Ann / Anne 23 Needlewoman   Edinburgh  
Dunleary / Dunleavy Elizabeth 21 Servant   Kilkenny  
Fennagan Elizabeth 24 Domestic Servant   Birkenhead, Cheshire born Sligo, Ireland
Fleming Mary 19 Servant   Limerick  
Foley Catherine 32 Servant   Limerick  
Foley Johanna 20 Servant   Limerick  
Forhan Johanna 20 Servant   Limerick  
Forhan Mary 22 Servant   Limerick  
Fraser Margaret 26 Domestic Servant   Inverness  
Gollan Jessie 18 Domestic Servant   Inverness  
Good Mary 28 Domestic Servant   Cheshire  
Good Matilda 19 Domestic Servant   Flintshire  
Gordon Hannah 27 Needlewoman   -  
Gray Jane 19 Domestic Servant   Renfrew nursed cholera patients
Hannan Bridget 18 Servant   Clare  
Harrison Ann 18 Housemaid   Lancashire  
Harrison Eleanor 19 Housemaid   Lancashire nursed cholera patients
Harvey Ellen 29 Housekeeper   Lancashire  
Hefferman Johanna 11 child   Tipperary Heffernan
Hefferman Mary 31 Servant   Tipperary Heffernan
Henry Mary Jane 14 Servant   Londonderry  
Hempton Margaret 19 Servant   Hamilton, Lanark born, Down, Ireland
Hobkirk Elizabeth 17 Servant   Roxburgh  
Hobin(s) Ann 20 Housemaid   Cheshire  
Inglis Christina 20 Domestic Servant   Wicklow  
Kelly Mary 18 Domestic Servant   Lanark  
Kennedy Fiona 25 Domestic Servant   Lanark  
Leamont Isabella 20 Domestic Servant   Roxburgh nursed cholera patients ?
Long Ann 22 Domestic Servant   Cheshire  
Mangan Bridget 24 Servant   Limerick  
McDonnell Margaret 49 Servant   Westmeath with son
McGregor Isabella 29 Cook   Roxburgh nursed cholera patients
McGregor Margaret 23 Servant   Strathconon, Ross-shire  
McIntyre Margaret 20 Domestic Servant   Lanark  
McKeagh Bridget 19 Servant   Limerick  
McKennon / McKinnan Isabella 29 Domestic Servant   Lanark  
McMahon Margaret 30 Servant   Clare  
McMahon Mary 18 Domestic Servant   Monaghan  
McSheahy Mary 27 Servant   Kerry  
Monfries Violet 23 Domestic Servant   Carrington, Midlothian  
Mullins Bridget 18 Servant   Clare  
Mulvehill Catherine 18 Servant   Westmeath  
Mylechreest Jane 20 Domestic Servant   Isle of Man  
Nihill Mary 22 Servant   Clare  
Nolan Nappy 20 Servant   Galway  
O'Brien Margaret 21 Servant   Limerick  
Porter Mary Jane 18 Domestic Servant   Kilkenny  
Pottinger Ann 22 Domestic Servant   Renfrew  
Ramsay Elizabeth 21 Domestic Servant   Lanark nursed cholera patients
Robinson Margaret 20 Domestic Servant   Lancashire  
Roney / Rooney Ellen 18 Domestic Servant   Forfarshire nursed cholera patients
Ross Marion 22 Domestic Servant   Lanark  
Sheard Ruth 24 Domestic Servant   Isle of Man  
Shelton Eliza 26 Domestic Servant   Leicester husband ? John Shelton 24, died of cholera in July
Shelton Margaret 18 Servant   Clare  
Sinclair Margaret 23 Servant   Roscommon  
Smith Agnes 33 Farm Servant   Stirling  
Spalding Christina 24 Laundress   Lancashire  
Spalding Margaret 28 Laundress   Lancashire  
Steer Ann 16 Domestic Servant   Yorkshire  
Sullivan Johanna 21 Servant   Limerick  
Sullivan Judith 19 Servant   Limerick  
Swanson Janet 30 Servant   Caithness  
Thomson Janet 18 Needlewoman   Midlothian  
Thomson Jean 27 Needlewoman   Midlothian  
Torpy Elizabeth 18 Servant   Clare  
Torpy Honora 31 Servant   Clare  
Tucker Frances 24 Servant   Tipperary  
Ward Rosa 21 Servant   Monaghan  
Waters Helen 19 Servant   Roxburgh  
Watson Elizabeth 20 Domestic Servant   Lancashire future wife of Isaac Leach
Watson Margaret 21 Domestic Servant   Lancashire  

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; The South Australian Government Gazette February 1 1855 page 69; 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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