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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 Europa, 1,099 tons, Captain William Ridley, from Birkenhead (Liverpool) 30th January 1855 via Cape of Good Hope 6th April, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 12th May 1855

South Australian Register Monday 14th May 1855

Saturday May 12th, 1855:- the ship Europa, 1,099 tons, Ridley, Master, from Birkenhead January 30th and the Cape of Good Hope, April 5th.
Passengers: Mrs. W. Ridley and infant son ; Mr. W. Rutter, surgeon-superintendent in the cabin and the following emigrants in the steerage. . . .
15th ship from England to S.A. with government passengers for 1855 ; 5 [8] births and 1 death on the passage ; Mr. William Rutter, surgeon-superintendent.

ship Europa
Arrived from Liverpool on the 12th day of May, bringing to the colony 342 souls. Seven births and one death were the casualties at sea. The ship itself was spacious and well ventilated. She was commanded by Mr. William Ridley and Mr. William Rutter was the surgeon-superintendent — this being his third voyage in charge of emigrants.
It appears that a mutiny amongst the sailors rendered it expedient for the master to touch at the Cape of Good Hope, when some of the ring-leaders were punished. Complaints were made by some of the immigrants chiefly regarding an alleged short issue of water. This was investigated by the Immigration Board but they came to the conclusion there was no foundation for the charge, and they were of opinion that the surgeon-superintendent had done his duty very efficiently under very trying circumstances. The young women by this ship were most unsuitable.
 
South Australian Register Monday 14th May 1855
The Government emigrant ship bringing 342 souls arrived at the lightship on Saturday, the 1st instant, after a passage of 101 days from Birkenhead and 37 days from the Cape of Good Hope, where she put in in consequence of the mutinous state of the crew, particulars of which will be found in another column. Only one death ensured during the voyage ; the births were seven in number.
    English Scotch Irish Total
Adults   51 9 230 290
Children
over 1 - under 14 years
  18 1 21 40
Infants   2 1 3 6
Totals   71 11 254 336
           
Births at sea         7
Total         343
Deaths at sea         1
Total         342
Of the above number 160 are single females, and 31 single men. The industrial list shows that the following tradesman are comprised in the number on board:— Plasterers 4 ; Masons and Bricklayers 9 ; Joiners 18 ; Baker 1; Sawyers 8 ; Blacksmiths 6 ; schoolmaster 1 ; the male and female farm and domestic servants are 205 in number.
There has been no disease of a contagious character during the voyage, and at present only eight persons are on the list of invalids, those cases being slight attacks of bronchitis. The between decks are remarkably lofty — not less than nine feet — and the appearance of the ship speaks well for the cleanliness of the emigrants, who appear to be fine and healthy people.
Then from the same day, the following . .
Serious Mutiny at sea

On board the government emigrant ship Europa, which arrived on Saturday last, the 12th instant, from Birkenhead, a serious mutiny occurred. The following particulars of which are extracted from the official log-book, which was politely handed to our outside shipping reporter — “The origin of the mutiny arose through one of the apprentices who, having misconducted himself, was confined by the captain in the storeroom until he thought proper to apologize for his misconduct. The confinement of this boy so exasperated the crew that they, in a most daring and insolent manner demanded his release, and threatened that if the captain did not immediately accede to their wishes they would take him (the boy) by force.
The ringleaders, named Milligan and John Connell, after being told by the captain that the lad would have his liberty whenever he thought fit to apologies, used more threatening language, which induced the captain to prepare himself fore more serious results, he having also heard that the crew had been preparing sling-shots and other weapons for some days past, premeditating an attack on the officers.

On the 22nd March in lat. 40 deg. 46 min. S., 1 deg. 56 min E., Mr. Eastrook the chief officer went forward to issue instructions to the boatswain relative to putting the men of his watch to work, when three of the men came up armed and interfered. The chief officer, requesting them to mind their own duty and to go into the forecastle, was replied to by a blow from a slingshot in the back of the head, which brought him to the deck, the skull being laid bare by the shot, which penetrated the scalp.
Four of the ringleaders immediately walked aft on the starboard side of the main deck armed with sheath-knifes, iron belaying pins, and slung-shot, one having an iron handled knife in his girdle. The captain issued orders to the constables that were on deck to seize them, but they were repulsed in doing so by the knifes of the mutineers, who getting more daring, made a rush for the starboard poop ladder, attempting to gain possession of the poop, but fortunately for all on board the captain had previously got his first and second officers the carpenter, sail maker, and the boatswain armed with cutlasses and pistol.
Two of the most daring of ringleaders advanced up the poop deck. The captain then threatened to shoot the first man who put his foot on the poop, when two men named Milligan and Connell made several thrusts at the captain with their knifes, but fortunately their blows fell short. The second officer seeing these two men were holding on to the man-ropes of the poop ladder has the presence of mind to cut the ropes, when Milligan and Connell were precipitated backwards on to the main deck.
As soon as they recovered they ranged themselves side by side tore their shirts open, and dared the captain to fire, stating they were determined to take their lives (meaning the officers), at the same time hurling an iron belaying pin at the captains head, which missed its mark. An attempt was made with the same description of missiles to strike the boatswain, but this attempt also was fortunately ineffective. This failure still exasperated the miscreants. The captain knowing he was the main target of the attack, thought it prudent to retire from their view. They than again made an attempt to gain the poop ladder, throwing iron belaying pins at the officers. Their conduct had then assumed such a character that the captain considered it prudent to issue orders to his officers and constables that should the mutineers make any bolder attempt to come on the poop, they should be fired upon.
At length finding all their efforts useless, they let go the fore and foretopsail braces, and some of the studdingsail gear. It was blowing very fresh at the time, and the boatswain and other officers seeing the danger succeeded in making them that again. The mutineers finding they were not the strongest party, retired to the forecastle; one of them, however, returned and descended to the sleeping apartments of the single females, whose shrieks brought the first and second officers below.
This fellow being ordered by these officers to retire, attacked them with a bowie knife, but was eventually secured. As soon as this was done, the entrance to the main deck was strongly barricaded, and a strong guard set, composed of the constables, armed with muskets ands bayonets fixed, a guard was also set at night. The night however, passed without further disturbance.
The following day six of the mutinous party came aft and attempted to mount the poop, but were prevented; they then demanded an interview with the captain, which being granted, they immediately demanded fresh provisions, and refused unless the captain would grant such, to work the ship. And on receiving a reply in the negative, threatend to have his heart’s blood.

No further attempts were however subsequently made, a strong guard always kept until reaching the Cape of Good Hope, where the ringleaders of the mutiny were handed over to the police, and committed to take their trial. In order to save the ship from being detained, the offenders were summarily dealt with, and condemned to three months hard labour on the roads."

 
The South Australian Government Gazette 1866 p. 90
Name Age Date of Death Cause of Death Where buried
Conlon, Ann 42 March 11th, 1855 Diarrhoea at sea
         
Surgeon Superintendent Report
Name of Mother   Date of Birth Sex of Infant  
Scanlon, Bridget   February 15th, 1855 male  
Redmaybe, Miriam   March 16th, 1855 male  
Weatherall, Mary   April 19th, 1855 male  
Kay, Jane   April 25th, 1855 male  
Goddy, Catherine   May 1st, 1855 male  
O'Brien, Ellen   May 10th, 1855 male  
Parker, Grace   May 16th, 1855 male  
Wilson, Elizabeth   June 3rd, 1855 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 in italics

Names Age Occupation B-index Residence Remarks
Last Given
Families
Benson Felix 23 Mason 115/1 Accrington, Lancashire  
  Mary (Crawshaw) 23        
Byrne John 38 Labourer 220/3 Wicklow  
  Rose (O'Brien) 35        
  Sarah 11        
  Bridget 8        
  Kate 4        
  Edward 1        
Cudyre / Cudyne Thomas 34 Carpenter 353/3 Galway  
  Margaret 22        
  Bedelia 12        
  Julia 10        
  Maria 5        
Cushen James 32 Labourer 362/1 Tipperary  
  Ellen 30        
Docherty James 28 - 410/1 Lanark  
  Jane 28        
  Mary 1        
Dunne Joseph 26 Sawyer 440/1 Dublin aka John Dunn
  Mary 28        
Elliott John 42 Carpenter 465/1 Lancashire  
  Mary 41        
  Louisa 1        
Farrell John 21 Agr. Labourer 486/1 Wicklow  
  Ellen (McGee) 19        
Flanaghan James 26 Agr. Labourer 508/2 Clare Flanagan
  Jane 21        
  Patrick 2        
Fitzgerald William 27 Labourer 506/3 Limerick  
  Mary (McEnimcky) 29        
Gooley William 26 Agr. Labourer 591/3 Tipperary  
  Catherine 24        
  Catherine inf        
  male inf       born at sea, May 1st
Hagerty Michael 24 Labourer 638/2 Armagh  
  Elizabeth 22        
  Owen inf        
Hallam Henry 29 Farm Labourer 650/3 Lancashire  
  Emma 24        
Hallam Thomas 35 Farm Labourer 650/3 Lancashire  
  Mary 35        
  George 12        
  Thomas 9        
  Ann 5        
Hoban Michael 29 Agr. Labourer 748/2 Kilkenny  
  Mary (Dwyer) 25        
Jones John 31 Sawyer 859/3 Westham, Lancashire  
  Charlotte 33        
  Jane 3        
Kay John 25 Carpenter / Joiner 876/3 Manchester, Lancashire  
  Jane (Seddon) 28        
  male inf       born at sea, April 25th
Lewis James 39 Bricklayer - Salop (Shropshire)  
  Sarah 42        
  George 11        
  Frances 8        
  William 5        
  Eliza 2        
Langman / Laughman John 28 Agr. Labourer - Tipperary Langhman
  Margaret 24        
  Bridget 2        
Major Thomas 27 Labourer 1001/1 Caistor, Lincoln  
  Elizabeth (Bell) 25        
  Dennis 2        
  Sarah Jane 1        
Malone Patrick 25 Farm Labourer 1007/3 Clare  
  Catherine 20        
McCaughey Henry 32 Farm Labourer 1054/3 Antrim  
  Mary Ann 27        
McGee John 38 Blacksmith 1065/3 Londonderry  
  Margaret 38        
  John 11        
McMahon Patrick 23 Farm Labourer 1080/3 Clare  
  Mary 30        
Mulholland Robert 32 Farm Labourer 1146/3 Londonderry  
  Nancy 27        
Mullen William 23 Agr. Labourer 1147/1 Londonderry  
  Anne 21        
Nicholson William 36 Joiner 1184/3 Lancashire  
  Mary 41        
O'Brien Patrick 24 Miner 1205/1 Lancashire  
  Ellen 25        
  male inf       born at sea, May 10th
Parker William 34 Carpenter 1239/1 Keighley, Yorkshire  
  Grace 35        
  Mary 12        
  Sarah 2        
  male inf       born at sea, May 10th
Pender Patrick 30 Agr. Labourer 1263/2 Kilkenny  
  Ann 24        
Power Patrick 30 Farm Labourer 1306/1 Clare  
  Jane 30        
  Jane 12        
  Michael 10        
Redmayne Joseph 23 Carpenter 1336/2 Liverpool, Lancashire  
  Miriam (Evans) 24        
  male inf       born at sea, Feb. 16th
Redmonds John 32 Labourer 1336/2 Tipperary  
  Mary 22        
  Walter 2        
  Mary 2        
Roadley James 24 Farm Labourer 1362/1 Leicester  
  Sarah 28        
Roberts Richard 32 Sawyer 1365/2 Lancashire Liverpool ?
  Margaret 24        
  Thomas inf        
Roberts Thomas 33 Sawyer 1366/1 Lancashire Liverpool ?
  Bridget 23       (Duke ?)
Ryan Philip 22 Labourer 1412/1 Tipperary  
  Mary 24        
  James 3        
  Margaret 1        
Ryan Stephen 27 Agr. Labourer 1412/2 Tipperary  
  Johanna 20        
Ryan Thomas 24 Labourer 1412/2 Tipperary  
  Catherine 24        
  Margaret 1        
Scales George 28 Agr. Labourer 1433/1 Clare  
  Bridget (O'Shannon) 24        
  male inf       born at sea, Feb. 13th
Shanahan William 27 Labourer 1467/3 Tipperary  
  Ann 21        
Sloan Hamilton 44 Plasterer 1499/1 co. Down  
  Agnes 40        
  John 12        
  Sarah 9        
Silverwood Francis 28 Blacksmith 1487/2 Clitheroe, Lancashire  
  Alice (Embley) 27        
  Margaret n/a       FreeBMD, born June quarter 1854
Thomson / Thompson Thomas 25 Mason 1600/2 Yorkshire  
  Mary Ann 21        
Thompson / Thomson James 38 Labourer 1602/1 Dollar, Clackmannan with family | 1851 census, age 56
  Cecilia (Mathew) 49        
  Mary Ann 9        
Weatherall William 41 Farm Labourer - Boynton, Yorkshire Weatherill
  Mary 43        
  Mary A. 11        
  Grace 3        
  Catherine 1        
  male inf       born at sea, April 19th
Wilson William 28 Plasterer 1730/1 Warwick  
  Elizabeth 27        
  Thomas n/a        
Williams Robert 32 Carpenter / Joiner 1720/3 Wales  
  Emma Jane n/a        
  Mary Ann n/a        
 
Names Age Occupation B-index Residence Remarks
Last Given
Single Men
Arthur Michael 23 Farm Servant 19/3 Clare  
Babbington James n/a       ?
Bell Frederick 19 Mason 106/3 Worcester  
Bell Joshua 21 Mason 108/1 Worcester  
Bell W.P. 24 Schoolmaster 108/2 Dumfries  
Brown Thomas 33 Agr. Labourer - Clare  
Byrne Michael 25 Farm Labourer 220/2 Wicklow  
Callaghan John 22 Labourer 227/1 Tipperary  
Callaghan Lawrence / Laurence 19 Labourer 227/2 Tipperary  
Canail Alexander 28 Labourer 234/1 Haddington  
Canail James 25 Baker 234/1 Haddington  
Carey John 20 Labourer - Tipperary  
Conlon Michael 27 Farm Labourer 206/3 Westmeath  
Delehanty John 28 Farm Labourer - Clare with family ?
Heeny Michael 28 Labourer 710/2 Westmeath  
Killeen Ralph 39 Labourer 907/1 Wicklow  
Lynch Patrick 30 Labourer - Cavan  
Maguire Christopher 16 Labourer - Londonderry  
Murphy John 27 Labourer 1154/2 Galway  
Murphy Thomas 33 Labourer 1155/3 Galway  
O'Rorke Daniel 19 Farm Labourer 1214/2 Antrim  
Power Francis 18 Farm Labourer 1305/3 Clare  
Power Patrick 16 Farm Labourer 1306/1 Clare  
Ryan James 22 Labourer 1409/1 Tipperary  
Ryan Jeremiah 19 Labourer 1409/2 Westmeath  
Ryan John 20 Labourer 1409/3 Kings co.  
Ryan Thomas 15 Labourer 1412/2 Tipperary  
Ryan William 18 Labourer 1413/1 Tipperary  
Thompson David 15 Labourer 1598/2 Dollar, Clackmannan with family
Wetherall John 18 Tailor - Tipperary  
Wetherall Robert 11 child - Tipperary  
Williams Thomas 23 Mason - Liverpool, Lancashire with sister Lucy
 
Single Women
Arthur Catherine 20 Farm Servant   Clare  
Arthur Mary 21 Domestic Servant   Tipperary  
Bannon Mary 19 Farm Servant   Tipperary  
Baws / Bows Eliza 21 Domestic Servant   Tipperary  
Bergin Ann / Anastasia 22 Dairy Maid   Kilkenny  
Brenan Ann 22 Farm Servant   Kilkenny Brennan
Brenan Catherine 21 Domestic Servant   Kilkenny Brennan
Brenan Mary 23 Farm Servant   Kilkenny Brennan
Brien Winifred 21 Domestic Servant   Wicklow  
Brine Sally 21 Domestic Servant   Galway  
Broderick Bridget 29 Domestic Servant   Galway  
Broderick Mary 24 Domestic Servant   Galway  
Bryan Mary / Margaret 18 Domestic Servant   Kilkenny  
Buckley Ellen 20 Dairy Maid   Tipperary  
Buckley Mary 20 Farm Servant   Kilkenny  
Byrne Ann 19 Dairy Maid   Wicklow  
Byrne Mary 19 Farm Servant   Carlow  
Cairne Mary n/a -   - assumed real name, Bridget Connor
Carrigh Bridget 25 Farm Servant   Clare  
Cartwell Mary 25 Dairy Maid   Kilkenny  
Carty Elizabeth 19 Domestic Servant   Kilkenny  
Cass Mary 32 Servant   Kilkenny  
Cassidy Mary 19 Domestic Servant   Lancashire  
Cavan / Canavan Honor 25 Domestic Servant   Galway  
Collins Margaret 22 Farm Servant   Kilkenny  
Conlon Ann 42 Farm Servant   Westmeath died at sea, March 11th
Conlon Margaret 18 Farm Servant   Westmeath  
Conlon Mary 9 child   Westmeath  
Conoll Ann 23 Domestic Servant   Clare  
Copley Mary Ann 18 Domestic Servant   Cork  
Crawly Ellen 27 Farm Servant   Kilkenny  
Crowe Mary 22 Farm Servant   Tipperary  
Cushen Mary 22 Dairy Maid   Tipperary  
Danaher ? Margaret n/a/ -   -  
Devlin Rose 21 Domestic Servant   Antrim  
Delahanty Mary 16 Farm Servant   Clare with family ?
Diamond Nancy 21 Domestic Servant   Londonderry  
Don Helen 21 Servant   Clare  
Donahue Mary 20 Farm Servant   Tipperary  
Duckford Selina 27 Servant   Dumbarton  
Duggan Honor 24 Domestic Servant   Galway  
Dunn Mary 27 Domestic Servant   Kilkenny  
Dunne Mary 22 Farm Servant   Kilkenny  
Dwyer Mary Jane 20 Domestic Servant   Tipperary  
Dwyer Mary 17 Domestic Servant   Tipperary  
Edwards Catherine 22 Domestic Servant   Dublin  
Elliott Sarah 21 Dressmaker 647/1 Lancashire  
Ellis Rebecca 32 Domestic Servant 467/1 Londonderry  
Fenston Isabella 20 Domestic Servant   Dublin  
Fitzgerald Mary 18 Domestic Servant   Cork  
Fitzgerald Mary 26 Farm Servant   Clare  
Fitzpatrick Mary 21 Domestic Servant   Clare  
Flanagan Catherine 18 Domestic Servant   Clare Flanaghan
Flanagan Honor 24 Domestic Servant   Clare Flanaghan
Fox Mary 35 Laundress   Cavan  
Fox James 9 child   Cavan  
Frunley / Frawley Bridget 18 Domestic Servant   Clare  
Funston Sarah 19 Servant   Tyrone  
Goddy Catherine 27 Domestic Servant   Kings co.  
Gordon Jane 18 Domestic Servant   Londonderry  
Grady Mary 19 Domestic Servant   Tipperary  
Guilfoyle Ellen 21 Farm Servant   Tipperary  
Hanrahan Bridget 21 Farm Servant   Kilkenny  
Hearns Judith 25 Servant   Louth  
Hebir Mary 33 Farm Servant   Clare  
Hennessey Bridget 18 Servant   Clare  
Hennessey Mary 20 Farm Servant   Kilkenny  
Hickey Catherine 38 Farm Servant   Tipperary  
Higgins Mary 25 Domestic Servant   Antrim  
Hogan Anne 20 Domestic Servant   Clare  
Holaghan Mary 25 Domestic Servant   Tipperary  
Hopper / Heppner Margaret / Mary 38 Farm Servant   Dublin  
Hughes Mary 21 Domestic Servant   Dublin  
Hughes Sarah 21 Servant   Angelsea  
Hussey Judith 24 Farm Servant   Clare  
Hynes Sarah 18 Farm Servant   Kings co.  
Jacques Hannah 24 Domestic Servant   Wexford  
Kannavan Mary 30 Dairy Maid   Kilkenny  
Kavavagh Jane 60 Farm Servant   Wicklow  
Kayne / Kague Mary 20 Farm Servant   Clare  
Keane Catherine 24 Servant   Clare  
Keany / Keary Bridget 20 Farm Servant   Tipperary  
Kellis Mary 19 Domestic Sevant   Cork  
Kemps / Kemp Elizabeth 35 Domestic Servant   Middlesex  
Kennedy Elizabeth 30 Farm Servant   Galway  
Kerrison ? Mary ? n/a -   -  
Kiennan / Kiersnan Bridget 19 Domestic Servant   Dublin  
Langton Mary 28 Domestic Servant   Kilkenny  
Lanigan Anne 2? Farm Servant   Kilkenny  
Lawler Judith 18 Domestic Servant   Kilkenny  
Leary Anne 22 Servant   Clare  
Leary Catherine 20 Farm Servant   Clare  
Lemane / Lenane Susan 22 Domestic Servant   Clare  
Long Bridget 19 Domestic Servant   Clare  
Loughlin Ellen 18 Farm Servant   Clare  
Loughlin Mary 22 Farm Servant   Clare  
Loughman Mary 20 Domestic Servant   Tipperary  
Maddock Eliza 24 Domestic Servant   Kilkenny  
Magree Mary 18 Domestic Servant   Kilkenny  
Maguire Martha 20 Domestic Servant   Londonderry  
Maguire Mary Ann 18 Domestic Servant   Londonderry  
Mahoney Bridget 21 Servant   Tipperary  
Mahoney Mary Ann 14 Domestic Servant   Tipperary  
Mason Mary 22 Domestic Servant   Tipperary  
McAllans Susan 17 Domestic Servant   Antrim assumed real name, Jane Wylie
McCarthy Mary 18 Farm Servant   Limerick  
McCausland Bridget 23 Servant   Londonderry  
McCranie Mary 25 Domestic Servant   Antrim assumed real name, Bridget Connor
McDonald Eliza 18 Domestic Servant   Londonderry  
McGee Elizabeth 17 Servant   Londonderry  
McGee Rose 14 Servant   Londonderry  
McGorman Fanny 21 Farm Servant   Tyrone  
McGrath Bridget 26 Domestic Servant   Tipperary  
McGrath Ellen 20 Domestic Servant   Tipperary  
McGrath Mary 24 Domestic Servant   Tipperary  
McGuirk Eliza 30 Servant   Wicklow  
McMahon Mary / Margaret 22 Farm Servant   Clare  
McMullen Margaret J. 21 Domestic Servant   Londonderry  
McNicol Ann 20 Dairy Servant   Cumberland  
Molloy Ellen 23 Farm Servant   Kings co. Mulloy / Malloy
Molloy Mary 19 Domestic Servant   Limerick Mulloy / Malloy
Mullen Bridget 18 Servant   Galway  
Mullen Bridget 20 Servant   Galway  
Murphy Ann 14 Domestic Servant   Kilkenny  
Murphy Judith 21 Domestic Servant   Galway  
Murphy Margaret 18 Farm Servant   Tipperary  
Murphy Mary 20 Domestic Servant   Kilkenny  
Murphy Mary 23 Domestic Servant   Kilkenny  
Neill Margeret 24 Farm Servant   Tipperary Neile
Neill Mary 19 Farm Servant   Tipperary Neile
Neill Rose 20 Farm Servant   Tipperary Neile
Nowlan Anne 22 Domestic Servant   Kilkenny  
Nugent Bridget 20 Servant   Cavan  
O'Brien Ann 28 Servant   Tipperary  
O'Brien Sarah ?8 Domestic Servant 1205/2 Galway  
O'Connor Margaret 21 Domestic Servant   Cork  
O'Neill Margaret 22 Laundress   Clare  
O'Neill Mary n/a Laundress   Clare  
Owens Abigail 19 Domestic Servant   Cork  
Owens Mary 23 Domestic Servant   Cork  
Powers Eliza 18 Domestic Servant   Cork  
Quigley Margaret / Mary 23 Servant   Clare  
Reade Bridget 22 Farm Servant   Kilkenny  
Ring Bridget 19 Domestic Servant   Cork  
Roach Mary 23 Farm Servant   Clare  
Rochfort Ann 23 Domestic Servant   Limerick  
Rochfort Maria 21 Domestic Servant   Limerick  
Ryan Ellen 20 Farm Servant   Tipperary  
Ryan Margaret 23 Farm Servant   Tipperary  
Ryan Maria 17 Domestic Servant   Limerick  
Ryan Mary 14 Farm Sevant   Tipperary  
Ryan Mary 33 Domestic Servant   Tipperary  
Scales Eliza 26 Farm Servant   Clare  
Seery Sarah 27 Farm Servant   Kings co.  
Sloan Mary Ann 16 Needlewoman   Antrim  
Smith Susan 19 Domestic Servant   Clare  
Star Mary 22 Farm Servant   Tipperary  
Thompson Janet 17 Domestic Servant 1200/3 Dollar, Clackmannan with family
Tyler Mary n/a -   -  
Wand / Ward Eliza n/a Domestic Servant   -  
Wand / Ward Jane 16 Domestic Servant   Offaly  
Walsh Bridget 21 Farm Servant   Kings co.  
Walsh Ellen 27 Domestic Servant   Cork  
Walsh Mary 29 Domestic Servant   Cork  
Waters Mary 22 Domestic Servant   Kings co.  
Watkins Emma 17 Farm Sevant   Kings co.  
Watkins Mary 21 Domestic Servant   Kings co.  
Wetherall Eliza 19 Domestic Servant   Kilkenny ?  
Williams Lucy 21 Servant   Liverpool, Lancashire with brother Thomas

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; 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 number for further research) ; FreeBMD ; 1851 UK census'

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