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Transcribed and submitted to TheShipsList by Robert Janmaat, Adelaide, from a variety of sources, cited below.
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ship Earl Dalhousie, 1,047 tons, Captain James Henderson, from London 9th October, Plymouth 24th October 1873, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 12th January 1874

The South Australian Advertiser, Tuesday 13 January 1874, p. 2

Monday 12 January:— Earl Dalhousie, ship, 1,047 tons, James Henderson from London October 9, via Plymouth October 24. Surgeon-Superintendent, Dr. Clutterbuck ; Matron, Miss Wale, in Cabin and 381 Government passengers in steerage. :

The South Australian Register, Tuesday 16 December 1873 p. 2

The following is the list of immigrants per the above vessel, which sailed from Plymouth on October 24:—

John, Eliza, William, and Louisa Ancel, Wm., Anne, and Geo. J. Bell. Hy., Rosa S., Mary L., Emily, and Laura Brice, Thos. D., Emily A., and Chas. E. Dadswell, Chas. And Cath. Darvell, Jas., Alice, and Ellen Dorian, Mary A., Hy. U., and W. F. Dupree, Wm.,Lucy, and Lucy Fairfield, Josh., Emily, and Emily Gibson, Trajan, Jane, and Charles T. Gurney, Thos., Anne, Mary A., and Alice Gates, James and Mary Head, Thos. W., Sarah, Thos., John, Alice, Gertrude, and Kate Lane, Charles, Maria L., Chas. T., Wm. H., and F. Mansfield, Abraham, Elizabeth, Elizabeth, and Albert Mann, Geo. J., Sarah M., and Sarah S. Paris, Jno. and Mary Pannment, Colin, Margaret, Jas., and Amelia Stewart, Sidney, Mary A., Mary A., and Sophia L. Smith, George, Mary, Anne, L. Alice, and Bessie Simpson, David, Elizabeth, Elizabeth Daim, and Jean Wilson, Thos. And Martha Wakeman, Henry, Mary, Harry, Emma,and Geo. Woodwards, Fred E, Ellen, and Mary Farey, George and Eliza S. White, John Arnold, Thos. Barbar, Ed. Butler, Thos. Brampton, F. Benns, Thos. S. Bristow, Ed. Clements, Alfred J. Deacon, Wm. K. Davey, Alfred Eastwood, Hy. Fry, Aaron Franks, Wm. Green, Henry W. Hancock, Wm. Hale, Thos. Harris, Reuben Harvey, J. W. Jarvis, Wm. Johnson, Robt. H. Kelly. Fred Leech, Wm. J. Langridge, James Lesson, Chas. L. Lewis, Stephen and John H Pearce, Geo. Reading, Ed. Robson, Alf. Randall, Thos. Sewell, Geo. W. Sayers, Fred. W. Stapleton, John Steer, Herbert Spike, Fred. Swan, John and Alf. Taylor, Thos. Upton, Hy. Williams, Edwin Wilney, Ed. Wright, Joseph White, Wm. Ward, Chas. Walker, Julia Brown, Ellen Grady, Sarah Kent, Annie Lane, Emma Warren, Mary MacKenrie, Cathe. Wale (matron), Denis, John, and Mich. Curtin, Jonathan Hinks, John Mellett, Jas. S. Wilkins, Thos. Frith, Ed., Mary, Ed., Lea C, and Fred. Adams, Ben and Annie Ashton, Chas, Sarah, Chas. J., George, Elizabeth, and Eleanor Bristow, Henry, Caroline, Clara, and Henry T. Braun, Fred. J., Dinah, Emily, Harry, Ellen, Frederick, Walter, and Isabella Burgess, John and Elizabeth Bullock, Peter, Francis, Richard, and Maria Champion, John, Mary, Mary, and Ernest Curgenven, Jos., Mary, Jos., and Mary Dunstan, Stephen, Julia, Mary, and Thos. Davey, Henry and Ann Grigg, George, Rachel, and Rachel Glover, Thos. and Ann Hill, Jas. and Jane Hicks, Wm., Mary, Julia, and Percy Hoskins, Wm., Grace, and Samuel Lunn, Job, Hannah, Esther, Henry, Charles, and Alice Lorne [sic], Ed., Grace, Matthew, John, and Etty Mitchell, Wm., Sarah, Sarah, A., Wm., Kate, Louisa, and John Moyle, John and Amelia Nixon, Thos. and Mary J. Passmore, Wm., Elizabeth, and Alice Phillips, Jas., Celia, and Ellen J. Queentrall, Jas. H., Ellen, and Robt. Rogers, George, Annie, Caroline, and Geo. D. Rowlingson, John, Mary, Lucy, Frances, Bessie, and Emma Smith, Lily Southwood, Henry and Elizabeth Tonkin, John, Maria, Mary, Harriet, John, Albert, and Fred Tonkin, Richd. Loveday, and Annie Verran, Wm. and Ellen Warren, Isabella and Wm. E. Wray, Henry, Jane, Mary, and Robert West, John and Annie Willoughby, John H. S. Adams, Charles Abrahams, Wm. Barkle, Chas. Brewer, Nicholas Bishop, Geo. Collins, Wm. Crouch, Jas. Carmell, Wm. Crews, Charles Clifton, John Cooksley, Wm. Duggin, Richd. Davey, Joseph Dite, Alex., and Edwin George, James and Wm. Hedge, Ed. Hines, Richd. Hosking, Wm. Hoskins, Thomas, Hughes, Charles Holman, John H. Jones, Jas. Jackson, Peter N. and Peter Langlios, Richard Mayne Jas. E. Moyle, John W. Newman, Chas. Owens, Peter Pascoe, Alexander Polglaze, Chas. E. Ralph, Simon Richards, Geo. Rainey, Harry Smith, Wm. Sutton, Thos. E. Southwood, Wm. Sutton, Geo. Sperratt, Enoch and William J, Thomas, Thos. and Richard Ferran [sic], Wm. J. and John Williams, James West, Catherine Boundy, Sophia Bartholomew, Mary Barkle, Sophia C. and Mary Burgess, Emily Crocombe, Jane Davey, Sarah Clarke, Mary Green, Johanna Harman, Mary J. and Laura Hopkins. Kate Jenkins, Sarah James, Johanna Kennedy, Annie Kingdon, Ellen and Ann Line, Louisa, Elizabeth, and Mary Langlios, Ellen March, Eliza Martin, Maggie McClure, Bessie Mullin, Mary J. Moyle, Elizabeth Penrose, Emily J. Searle, Mary Sullivan. Jane Thomas, Susannah Williams, Sarah A. Woodeson, Evelina Yelland, Chas. Coombe, Margaret Green, Margaret Gallaghen, John and Jane Harrigan, Sampson, Elizabeth, Jane, and James Hosking, Jane Julian, Thomas, Thomas, Mary, Margaret, and James Kerr, Eliza and Robert Noble, Emma, Florence, and John Norton, James, Mary, John, Austin, Edward, Mary, Thomas, and Bridget O'Loughlin, Ellen O'Maley, Fanny Thomas, Alfred and Ann Witheridge.

These may be summarized as follows:—
Married—         men, 59;
                       women, 60.
Single —           men,109;
                       women, 54;
boys under 12 years,  42;
under 1 year,                 5;
girls under 12 years,  48;
under 1 year,                 8.
English            Adults, 253;
                        children, 80;
                          infants, 11.
Scotch-              Adults, 11;
                          children, 9;
                             infants, 1.
Irish—                Adults, 18;
                          Children, 1:
                             infants, 1.
Total,                             385.

The occupations are classified as annexed:—
Labourers 32, agricultural labourers 27, miners 26,joiner 1, iron-dresser 1, gardeners 5, plasterer 1,plumber 1, mason 1, stonemasons 2, machinists2, iron safe maker 1, The foregoing information is official, but regarding the vessel the European Mail has remarked:— 'This is the bricklayers 3, painters 5, carpenters 11, ironmoulders 2, bricklayer 1,engineers 3, stokers 2, engineman 1, leather-dresser 1, smiths 5, excavator 1, platelayer 1, grooms 2, bootmakers 4, wheelwrights 3, signal-man 1, tinman 1, joiners 2, baker 1, cooper 1, hallier 1, upholsterey 1, fitter 1, butcher 1, miller 1, currier 1, sawyer 1, carman 1, assistant boilermaker 1, female servants 32, charwoman 1,cook 1, teacher 1, tailoress 1.

The foregoing information is official, but regarding the vessel the European Mail has remarked:—
'This is the first full ship since the unwise interruption of emigration in 1863. A more roomy, comfortable, and in every respect suitable ship for emigrants than the Earl Dalhouse could not have been selected by Mr. Dutton.
She is 1,200 tons burden, has lofty, well-ventilated 'tween decks, with plenty of beam, and that the emigrants are well satisfied with their accommodation is proved by the pleasing address they all signed just before leaving Plymouth. About 120 of the emigrants embarked in the South-West India Docks, the remainder at Plymouth. Mr. T. F. Smith, the South Australian dispatching officer, was in defatigable in superintending the filling up of the ship in London and seeing to all arrangements for the comfort of the emigrants, both in London and Plymouth. Mr. Dutton made time to visit the ship in dock, on the survey day, again on the day of embarkation, and a third time on the final muster and departure from Gravesend. On the embarkation day in London the rain poured down dismally all day long, making it anything but pleasant for the women and children before they got safely housed under cover. Through the considerate foresight of the Agent-General, an ample supply of steaming hot potatoes and excellent beef was ready for them on board, which soon put them in good humour, and made them forget the discomforts of the weather. The emigrants are under the care of Dr. Clutterbuck, an experienced practitioner, well known in Melbourne, who has frequently had charge of large emigrant ships. How well those of the emigrants who had to join the ship at Plymouth were cared for at the depot there by Mr. and Mrs. Watson is shown by the cordial terms they use in the address in thanking them for their care.
The next ship to be despatched by Mr. Dutton is an equally fine and somewhat larger ship, the Forfarshire 1,310 tons, one of Messrs, Shaw, Savill, & Co.'s magnificent fleet. She will take 420 statute adults, composed, like those per Earl Dalhousie, of  free, assisted, and full passage-paying emigrants. She will embark passengers at the East India Docks on November 11, and at Plymouth on November 19.
Every one interested in the progress of South Australia cannot fail to be struck with the judicious selections as regards 'trades and callings' of the emigrants per Earl Dalhousie. They only wanted a printer, a lawyer, and a clergyman to comprise the self-supporting elements of a little community in themselves, and this being so they will be absorbed into the existing circle without much difficulty, and with some advantage to those among whom they are to labour for their bread. I have always regarded an emigrant in the light of a stone thrown into a lake. At first there is but a mere ripple upon the waters, but presently the ripple widens into a circle, and the circle in its turn increases to such an extent that it is entirely absorbed by the lake upon which it began to widen out. So with an emigrant. At first his presence produces little or no effect, but as time wears on his influence begins to make itself felt in a variety of ways, and thus a sparse and id-found communnity is raised into importance, and gradually acquires strength and solidity.'

Lloyds Register

EARL DALHOUSIE - 1874/1877
Code letters:  QFSD                   Official Number:  29463
Master:  Captain J. Henderson (1874); Captain David Jarvis (1877)
Rigging:  Ship; sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1874; fastened with copper bolts; roof over deck
Tonnage:  1,047 tons
Dimensions:  191.5 feet long, 34 foot beam and holds 22.2 feet deep
Construction:  1862, Stephen in Dundee; some repairs in 1870 & 1874
Owners:  Stephen & Sons
Port of registry:  Dundee
Port of survey:  London (1874); Sydney (1877)

. . . . — 1st ship from England to S.A. with government passengers for 1874 ; —4— births and —-7— deaths on the passage ; James Bennett Clutterbuck, 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, CPCH = Colonial Passage Certificate Holders ; CFPCH = Colonial Full Paid Passage Holders ; UKA = United Kingdom Assisted Passage regulation ; UKFPPR = United Kingdom Full Paid Passage regulation ; FP = Free Passage. — Robert

IMPORTS. EARL DALHOUSIE, from Londen-265 cases, 405 cask., 151 kegs, 16 tins, 917 barrels, 60 quarter-barrels, 220 half-Barrels, 329 tubes, 1 tierce, 600 bundles, 14.880 bricks, 5.913 boards, 2,999 deals and battens, 60 tons Transfield coals.

per Earl Dalhousie , from London—
For D. and J. Fowler—600 bundles, 100 half barrels 600 quarter barrels, 9l5 rolls.
For John Webster and Co.—2,994 boards, 4 casks.

Miscellaneous Shipping

The Earl Dalhousie loaded a cargo of wheat last season, and made a good Voyage home, and the return trip has just been completed in rapid style, with a full cargo of immigrants.
Captain Henderson reports leaving London on October 9, and proceeding down Channel, she put into Plymouth to take on board the remainder of the passengers. By the 21th October, her complement being completed, she sailed, and had a run of favorable winds to the Line, which was crossed on November 16, in lon. 31º west On the 18th spoke the ship Middlesex, from San Francisco to Liverpool The South-East trade were very light, and retarding winds marked the progress to the Cape, which was rounded on December 17. The Easting was tolerable well accomplished, with brisk winds and fine weather. On December 9 made Kangaroo bland. Subsequently the easterly wind prevented rapid progress, and when she was sighted from the Semaphore it was almost a calm. Notwithstanding this, the boarding officers proceeded to the Southward, and having boarded the vessel, returned to the Jetty shortly before meridian. It is not likely she will go in to harbor for a few days.

The South Australian Advertiser, Tuesday 13 January 1874, pp. 2-3

Not long ago the influx of Government immigrants was a recognized institution, and in years gone by thousands of people arrived in this way to participate in colonial prosperity. They were generally selected and sent out with a view to meet the requirements of the colony and judging by a casual glance at the passengers by the Dalhousie, we should say they are fit for colonial work. The single women's apartment is at the break of the poop, the greater part of the main saloon being devoted to their convenience. Not only have they been furnished with convenient sleeping berths, but baths and lavatories are at hand. The Matron, Miss Wale. has distinguished herself by making about 14 voyages in charge of emigrants, and the cleanliness and good order of the people's berths is a sufficient guarantee that her time has not been wasted. Of course, there are several single women consigned to their friends ; but there are also many others who are ready for immediate selection. The married people's department is on the 'tween deck, extending from the waist to the after end of the ship, and a visitor will only be too pleased to observe the crowd of the rising generation here located. Forward of all, the 'tween decks is given over to the single men, who appear a host in themselves. Perhaps some of them are a little ahead of their anchor ; but after a three months' life of inaction they look a fine lot of men, equal to any colonial requirements. The berths in their compartment are in excellent order, and clean to a degree ; but we have to enter protest against wooden bunks when proper hammocks are procurable. Berths occupy much valuable space, whereas hammocks, properly fitted, afford a much more cleanly arrangement, and conduce to the health of the occupants.
In the 'tween decks the Earl is of good height, and with such a limited number on board everybody seems to have ample space, and net only below but on deck was this feature noticeable. The topgallant for castle is devoted to seamen, of whom the master says he never sailed with a better lot. Then in the 'tween decks below are the single men. On deck the mid ship space is devoted to cookhouse, bakery, steam engine, and distiller. The latter if capable of very good work, seeing it can turn out 500 gallons per diem. There is a portion of the main saloon is set aside for a hospital, and another for dispensary. Throughout the utmost good order and regulation prevailed,, and it was pleasing to note the ebullition of feeling well rested in the testimonials which were presented to the captain and doctor.
All the emigrants (381), have arrived in sound bodily health, with the exception of two Invalids. We do not think that any emigrant ship ever entered our harbor in more perfect efficiency as respects those grand desiderata, cleanliness, good ventilation, and freedom from mortality amongst adults, than the Earl Dalhousie, which in addition to a few artisans and other useful workmen, brings 18 agricultural laborers, 32 common laborers, 4 blacksmiths, 1 butcher, 2 bakers, 3 bricklayers, 15 carpenters and joiners, 3 curriers, 11 female domestic servants, 7 gardeners, 2 grooms, 3 masons, 23 milners, l miller, I plasterer, of whose character favourable accounts have reached us. The Surgeon-Superintendent is a gentleman favorably known in our sister colony, Victoria, and, we doubt not, has fulfilled the responsible duties which have devolved upon him with zeal and credit. Three births occurred on board, and six deaths. Of the latter, four were Infants who died from diarrhea, one from convulsions, and one from inflammation of the lungs. We understand the mumps, malignant sore throat, and diarrhea were very prevalent during the voyage, but fortunately no infections disease occurred, probably from the strict discipline enforced, and general attention to hygiene. The Earl Dalhousie is one of a long series a of vessels which have been laid on the Adelaide line by Trinder. Aderson, & Co., who are comparatively new to the line, but who have made such arrangements with Rawlings & Cave as to keep a ship constantly on the berth. She is a fine looking vessel, and under canvas in the Gulf was very handsome, though not perhaps as modern as some of our clippers. During the voyage the conduct of the people has been exemplary, and under all circumstances the colony may be greatly benefited by introductions of a similar character. No sickness of any importance developed itself on the passage, therefore immediately on arrival Dr. Duncan proceeded to muster the people, and the single girls will land to-day. Amongst them are some extremely good servants, but a great number, as we have said, have arrived to join friends in the colony.

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
Mitchell, Elly inf November 20th, 1873 Diarrhoea at sea
Simpson, Bessie inf November 23rd, 1873 Diarrhoea at sea
Phillips, Alice 1 November 24th, 1873 Convulsions at sea
Lowe, Charles 4 December 7th, 1873 Diarrhoea at sea
Brawn [sic], Clara 3 December 22nd, 1873 Convulsions at sea
Wilson, Jean inf January 4th, 1874 Convulsions at sea
Curgenven, male inf January 14th, 1874 Premature birth at sea
Surgeon Superintendent Report "Births on Board"
Name of Mother   Date of Birth Sex of Infant  
Woodward, Mary   November 13th, 1873 female  
Smith, Mary A.   November 20th, 1873 male  
Dunstan, Mary   November 20th, 1873 male  
Curgenven, Mary   January 14th, 1874 male  

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
  Adams Edward John 28 Builder 5/2   South Wales  
    Mary (Rees) 28          
    Edward 7          
    Leah C. 5          
    Fred 1          
  Ancell John Nicholas Bowen 29 - 24/2   Mile End, Old Town, London  
    Eliza (Gowlett) 25          
    William 2          
    Louisa inf          
  Ashton Benjamin 27 - 41/2   Newport, Monmouth  
    Annie (Crocombe) 21          
  Bell William 23 Carter 108/2   Dumfries  
    Annie (Raby) 23          
    George J. 1          
  Braun Henry Christian 27 - 166/3   St George Southwark, London to Victoria | to N.S.W.
    Caroline Emma (Gedge) 25          
    Clara 2         died at sea, Dec. 22 1873
    Henry Thomas inf          
  Brice Henry 26 - 173/1   Canford, Dorset  
    Rosa Selina (Samways) 23          
    Mary Louisa 4          
    Emily 3          
  Bristow Charles John 35 - 176/3   Kensington, London  
    Sarah (Gale) 34          
    Charles John G. 6          
    George 5          
    Elizabeth 3          
    Eleanor 1          
  Bullock John 26 - 201/1   -  
    Elizabeth (Robin ?) 32          
  Burgess Frederick John 26 Joiner 205/1   Islington, London born Westrow, Suffolk | with family
    Dinah (Wray) 39         born Norton, Durham
    Emily Isabella 10          
    Harry Macro 8          
    Ellen D. 6          
    Frederick George 5          
    Walter Edwin 2          
    Isabella inf          
  Champion Peter Knight 28 Miner 256/2   Redruth, Cornwall  
    Frances Ann (Hocking) 32          
    Richard James 4          
    Maria Jane 2          
  Curgenven John William 28 Miner 358/2   Camborne, Cornwall  
    Mary (Holman) 32         with son, Charles Holman
    Mary 4          
    Ernest 2          
    male inf         born & died at sea
  Dadswell Thomas David 28 - 363/2   Uckfield, Sussex  
    Emily Ann (Derrick) 28          
    Charles Edward 2          
  Darvell Charles 22 - 372/2   Brentford, Middlesex  
    Catherine (Carter) 22          
  Davey Stephen 26 Miner 375/2   Cornwall  
    Julia 22         died 1874
    Mary 5         died 1874
    Thomas 2          
  Dorian / Dorrian James 23 - 422/1   Manchester, Lancashire  
    Alice (Duffey) 24          
    Ellen inf          
  Dunstan Joseph 26 - 442/2   -  
    Mary (Pryor) 26          
    Joseph 3          
    Mary 1          
    male inf         born at sea, Nov. 20 1873
  Dupree Mary Ann (Richardson) 30   443/2 B/D Islington, London joining husband Noah, in Colony
    Henry Noah 6          
    William Frederick 4          
  Fairfield William 35 - 482/1   Aston, Warwickshire  
    Lucy (Price) 22          
    Lucy Mabel inf          
  Farey Frederick Edwin / Edwin 27 Night-watchman 483/3   London, Middlesex  
    Ellen (Brunning) 26          
    Mary Eleanor 3          
  Gates Thomas 23 Bricklayer 553/1   Clapham, Surrey  
    Anne (Locke) 23          
    Mary A. 4          
    Alice inf          
  Gibson Joseph 38 - 565/1   St George in the East, London  
    Emily Phoebe (Barber) 30          
    Emily Sarah Jane 6          
  Glover George 23 - 577/3   St. Pancras, London  
    Rachael (Potter) 26          
    Rachael 8          
  Grigg Henry 27   621/2   Gwennap, Cornwall  
    Ann (Crossman ?) 28          
  Gurney Trajan Lark 35 Mason 630/3   Battersea, Surrey  
    Jane (Golding) 33          
    Charles inf          
  Harrigan John 30 Labourer 675/1   Ireland  
    Jane 29          
  Head James 31 Labourer 705/2   Little Munden, Hertfordshire returned to Hertfordshire before 1891
    Mary (Kimpton) 26          
  Hicks Thomas 25 - 733/1   -  
    Ann 24          
  Hill Thomas 25 - 740/3   -  
    Ann 31          
  Hosking Sampson 60 - 779/2   St. Ives, Cornwall  
    Elizabeth (Ninnes) 55          
    Jane Treloar 26          
    James 17          
  Hoskins William 42 - 779/3   St Anne Soho, London with family
    Elizabeth 38          
    Julia Sophia 10          
    Percy Herbert 1          
  Kerr Thomas 49 Joiner 902/3   Kilmarnock, Ayrshire  
    Thomas 19          
    Mary 16          
    Margaret 12          
    James 6          
  Lane Thomas William 34 House Painter     Lewisham, Kent  
    Sarah (Clifton) 35          
    Annie Sarah 13          
    Thomas Clifton 11          
    John Frederick 9          
    Alice Ruth 7          
    Gertrude Eliza 5          
    Kate Louisa 1          
  Lowe Job 39 Shoemaker -   Ludlow, Shropshire with family
    Hannah (Low / Lowe) 37          
    Esther 8          
    Samuel Henry 6   986/2      
    Charles J. 4         died at sea, Dec. 07 1873
    Alice 2          
  Lunn William 35 - 989/2   -  
    Grace 29          
    Samuel 8          
  Mann Abraham 26 - 1011/1   -  
    Elizabeth 22          
    Elizabeth 3          
    Albert 1          
  Mansfield Charles 26 - 1014/1   Croyden, Surrey  
    Maria Louise (Warren) 26          
    Charles Thomas 3          
    William Henry 1          
    Frederick Arthur inf          
  Mitchell Edward 27 Miner -   Wendron, Cornwall  
    Grace Dale (Collins) 25          
    Matthew Collins 4          
    John 2          
    Hetty inf         died at sea, Nov 20 1873
  Moyle William 36 Engineer 1142/1   Gwennap, Cornwall with family
    Sarah Ann (Ellery) 34          
    Sarah Ann 11          
    William 7          
    Catherine 5          
    Louisa 2          
    John Edward inf          
  Nixon John 21 - 1189/2   -  
    Amelia 24          
  Norton Emma Annie (Witherage) 31 widow -   Lamerton, Devon with siblings Alfred and Ann | married Andrew McArthur in 1876
    Florence M. 6         aka Florence M Witheridge
    John James 5          
  O'Loughlin James 38 - 1211/3   Ireland ?  
    Mary 32          
    John 13          
    Austin 11          
    Edward 8          
    Mary 6          
    Thomas 2          
    Bridget inf          
  Pamment John 31 - 1234/3   St Mary Newington, London  
    Mary (Cowick ?) 26          
  Paris George James 39 Telegraph operator 1236/3   Mile End Old Town, London  
    Sarah Mary (Chennell) 24          
    Sarah Sophia inf          
  Passmore Thomas 32 - 1245/3   Plymouth, Devon  
    Mary Jane (Penrose ?) 32          
  Phillips William Henry 23 Mason 1280/3   Plympton St Mary, Devon  
    Elizabeth Caroline (Billing) 23          
    Alice 1         died at sea, Nov 22 1873
  Quentrall / Quintrell James 25 Labourer 1320/3   Camborne, Cornwall to Victoria, after 1875
    Celia / Cecilia (Thomas) 29          
    Ellen Jane 7          
  Rogers James Henry 25 Miner 1378/2   Redruth, Cornwall  
    Ellen (Jeffery) 21          
    Robert 1          
  Rowlinson George 31 - 1398/3   Chorlton, Lancashire  
    Annie (Walker) 28          
    Caroline 3          
    George Daniel inf          
  Simpson George Frederick 27 Bricklayer 1490/3   Croyden, Surrey  
    Mary (Fry) 29          
    Annie L. 5          
    Alice M. 2          
    Bessie 1         died at sea, Nov 23, 1873
  Smith John William 35 Carpenter 1507/2   Battersea, Surrey widower in 1871 census with two children, Lucy J & Frances E. | married (Mary Ann ?) Ann Southwood, Sep qtr 1872
    Mary 35          
    Lucy J. 10          
    Frances E. 8          
  Southwood ? Bessie 6          
  Southwood ? Emma 2          
  Southwood Thomas Croft 12 step-children, born Honiton, Devon       father, Thomas Croft Southwood
  Southwood Lilly Croft 9      
  Smith Sidney 27 - 1510/1   London, Middlesex  
    Mary Ann (Tree) 22          
    Mary A. 4          
    Sophia L. 1          
    Sidney Earl Dalhousie inf         born at sea, Nov 20. 1873
  Stewart Colin 25 Foundry operator 1548/1   Lanark  
    Margaret 23          
    James 3          
    Amelia 1          
  Tonkin John 42 Currier 1611/2   Plymouth, Devon  
    Maria (Lavers ?) 41          
    Henry 22          
    Elizabeth 19          
    Mary Maria 18          
    [Beatrice] Harriet Foot Fezzey 16          
    John Lavers 14          
    Albert 11          
    Fred 6          
  Verran Richard 51 Tin miner 1646/2   Gwennap, Cornwall with family
    Loveday Hart (Moyle) 48          
    Annie 10          
  Wakeman Thomas Fergusson 30 Carpenter / Joiner 1658/3   Hillingdon, Middlesex  
    Martha (Bradwin) 35          
  Warren William 29 - 1677/2   -  
    Ellen 27          
  West Henry 23 Carter 1696/1   Whitney, Oxfordshire born Painswick, Gloucestershire
    Jane (Drew) 24          
    Mary 3          
    Robert 1          
  White George 31 - -   -  
    Eliza S. 28          
  Willoughby John 21 - -   Redruth, Cornwall  
    Annie (Jenkin(s)) 20          
  Wilson David 32 - -   Scotland ?  
    Elizabeth (Dunlop) 32          
    Elizabeth 6          
    David 4          
    Jean inf         died at sea, Jan 04, 1874
  Woodwards Henry 36 - 1739/1   St. Albans, Hertfordshire  
    Mary Ann (Beach) 32          
    Harry 8          
    Emma 6          
    George 3          
    Lydia Dalhousie inf         born at sea, Nov 12, 1873
  Wray Isabella 33 - -   -  
    William E. 8          
Names Age Occupation B-index BMD Residence Remarks
  Last Given
Single Men
  Abrahams Charles 21   3/3      
  Adams John Henry Smale 18 Mason 6/2   Plymouth, Devon born Poplar, Middlesex | to NSW
  Arnold John 21   38/2      
  Barbar Thomas 30   71/1      
  Barkle William 26   74/2      
  Bewes Fred. 23   122/3      
  Bishop Nicholas 22   -      
  Brampton Thomas 19   -      
  Brewer Charles 23   -      
  Bristow Thomas 24   -      
  Butler Edward 22   214/3      
  Carmell James 20   239/1      
  Clements Edward 27   284/1      
  Clifton Charles 21   286/2      
  Collins George 19   -      
  Coombe Charles 28   -      
  Coursley John 20   -      
  Crews William 23   -      
  Crouch William 21   349/3      
  Curtin Denis 30 Baker / Policeman 360/2   Cork to USA / to Ireland
  Curtin John 20 Policeman   to Victoria
  Curtin Michael 23 Policeman    
  Davey Richard 20   375/2      
  Davey William R. 26   376/1      
  Deacon Edward 30   -      
  Dickens Alfred J. 18   -      
  Dile Joseph 32   -      
  Dixon James 20   -      
  Duggon / Duggin William 20   -      
  Eastwood Alfred J. 18   -      
  Fay Henry 39   -     left at Plymouth, 24 Oct. 1874
  Franks Aaron 27   528/3      
  Fry Henry 39   -      
  George Alexander 32   -      
  George Edwin 20   558/1      
  Green William R. 26   613/2      
  Hall William 18   644/1      
  Hancock Henry W. 22   -      
  Harris Thomas 20   680/3      
  Harvey Reuben 23   -      
  Hines Edward 21   744/2      
  Hinks Jonathan 18   745/1      
  Hodge James 19 Miner 753/1   Cornwall  
  Hodge William 15   753/3      
  Holman Charles 16   766/1   Camborne, Cornwall with mother Mary (Holman) Curgenven
  Hosking Richard 20   -      
  Hoskins William 12   779/3   St Anne Soho, London with parents
  Hughes Thomas 27   -      
  Jackson James 21   818/3      
  Jarvis James W. 18   833/1      
  Johnson William 19   851/2      
  Jones John H. 19   860/2      
  Kelly Robert H. 27   -      
  Langridge William J. 19   -      
  Langlois Peter / Pierre 53 widower -   St Sampson, Guernsey with daughters
  Langlois Peter Nicholas 23 Gardener 953/1    
  Leech Fred 29   -      
  Leeson James 24   -      
  Lewis Charles L. 18   -      
  Mallit John 19   1007/1      
  Mayne Richard 17   1047/2      
  Moyle James Ellery 13 Stone-mason 1141/2   Gwennap, Cornwall with parents | to Victoria
  Newman John W. 21   1178/3      
  Noble Robert 18   1190/3      
  Owens Charles 20   1225/3      
  Pascoe Peter 22   1245/1      
  Pearce John H. 19   1256/3      
  Pearce Stephen 25   1257/1      
  Polglaze Alexander 21   -      
  Rainey George 26   -      
  Ralph Charles E. 21   1328/1      
  Randell George 26   -      
  Reading George 20   -      
  Richards Simon 34   1350/3      
  Robson Edward 34   1373/1      
  Sandridge William J. 19   -      
  Sayers George N. 19   1432/3      
  Sewell Thomas 23   -      
  Sherrall George 31   -     Sperratt ?
  Smith Harry 26   -      
  Spike Herbert 29   -      
  Stapleton Fred. W. 24   -      
  Steer John H. 18   1539/2      
  Sutton William 37   -      
  Sutton William 18   -      
  Swan Fred. 17   -      
  Taylor Alfred 22   -      
  Taylor John 31   1580/2      
  Thomas Enoch 28   1591/2      
  Thomas William 19   -      
  Trith Thomas 23   -      
  Upton Thomas 34   -      
  Verran Richard 17   -   Gwennap, Cornwall with parents
  Verran Thomas 19   -  
  Walker Charles 19   1660/1      
  Ward William 21   -      
  West James 22   -      
  White Joseph 23   -      
  Wilkins James 21   1712/1      
  Williams John 21   -      
  Williams William 19   -      
  Williams Henry 28   -      
  Witheridge Alfred 18   -   Lamerton, Devon with sister Emma (Witheridge) Norton
  Witney Edward 18   -      
  Wright Edward 18   -      
Single Women
  Wale Catherine 36 Matron        
  Barkle Mary 22          
  Bartholomew Sophia 27          
  Boundy Catherine 16          
  Brown Julia 30          
  Burgess Mary Eliza 12       Islington, London with parents
  Burgess Sophia Charlotte Annie 15      
  Clark Sarah 16          
  Crocombe Emily 19   344/1      
  Davey Jane 17          
  Gallagher Margaret 20   1/2     married Benjamin Abbott
  Grady Ellen 23          
  Green Margaret 22          
  Green Mary 27          
  Harman Johanna 28          
  Hoskins Laura Louisa 15       St Anne Soho, London with parents
  Hoskins Mary Jane 17      
  James Sarah 29          
  Jenkins Kate 24          
  Julian Jane 26          
  Kennedy Johanna 24   894/2      
  Kent Sarah 17   899/1      
  Kingdon Annie 23   913/1      
  Langlois Elizabeth Amelia 17       St Sampson, Guernsey with father
  Langlois Louisa Marguerite 21      
  Langlois Mary Aaron 14      
  Lowe Annie M. 13       Ludlow, Shropshire with parents
  Lowe Ellen 15      
  Mackenzie Margaret 31          
  March Ellen 20          
  Marden Eliza 20          
  McClure Maggie 24          
  Moyle Mary Jane 15   1142/1   Gwennap, Cornwall with parents
  Mullin Bessie 17          
  Noble Eliza 32          
  O'Malley Ellen 18          
  Penrose Elizabeth 18          
  Searle Emily 15          
  Sullivan Mary 30          
  Thomas Fanny 32          
  Thomas Jane 23          
  Warren Emma 24          
  Williams Susan 19          
  Witheridge Ann 22       Lamerton, Devon with sister Emma (Witheridge) Norton
  Woodson Sarah 24          
  Yelland Eveline 20          

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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