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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

ship Hyderabad, 816 tons, Captain F. Castle, from London 23rd November 1853 & Southampton 7th December 1853, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 14th March 1854

South Australian Register Wednesday 15th March 1854

Tuesday March 14th, 1854:- the ship Hyderabad, 816 tons, Castle, Master, from Southampton 7 December 1853.
Passengers: Mrs. Castle, Master's wife, in the cabin and the following Government emigrants in the steerage. . . . — 5th ship from England to S.A. with government passengers for 1854 ; 4 births and 12 deaths on the passage ; James Todman, surgeon-superintendent. The list below has been compiled from a variety of sources such as the BISA, the Birth-Death-Marriage (BDM) index

ship Hyderabad :—
This emigrant ship arrived yesterday in 97 days from Southampton, bringing 254 Government emigrants, who appear to be in good health. Two adults and eight infants died on the voyage. Of the former, one was the Steward, who was reported to have jumped overboard a few days after leaving Southampton ; the other a woman, died in childbirth. The others, young children were victims of hooping [sic] cough. The Hyderabad spoke the emigrant ship Sir Thomas Gresham, bound hither in Lat. 45.8 Long. 63 E. The "Gresham" left London 14 days previous to the Hyderabad's departure from Southampton. It is expected that the latter will be in harbour this day.
 
From Southampton, arrived on the 14th of March after a passage of 99 days with 307 immigrants. Four births and twelve deaths occurred at sea and before disembarkation. Much discontent prevailed on board amongst the immigrants, which made it necessary for the Immigration Board to investigate the nature and causes of the complaints. It appeared that there had been, during the voyage a lamentable want of cooperation between the master and surgeon of the ship. The immigrants generally complained of an insufficient supply of lamps. It appeared on inquiry that on leaving England and for some time after, eighteen lamps were lighted at dark in the part of the ship appropriated to the immigrants, but it was shown that the Surgeon-Superintendent had not taken the precaution of having any of these extinguished at bedtime; and when the master of the ship went below on two occasions to see that all was safe, he found all the lamps lighted after midnight. On the first occasion he spoke to the Surgeon, who did not rectify the evil ; and, considering that such a state of things, if permitted to continue, would seriously endanger the safety of all on board, he took upon himself to limit the number of lamps lighted at sunset to five amongst the immigrants, one in the hospital and one in the matrons room.
On this occasion the Board could not blame the master for interfering when the Surgeon so far neglected his duty. —
Had the surgeon superintendent been un-blameable in his own conduct, we should have viewed with less distrust his charges against the Captain ; but it is most clearly shown, that the surgeon superintendent was discovered after the usual hours of retiring to rest, sitting in the pantry with the steward, drinking wine which had been brought from the hospital stores. It is also clearly proved that the Surgeon allowed the boatswain to frequent the young womens' apartments in the evening, under the pretence that he was in love with and about to marry one of the single girls. Such behaviour in a Surgeon-Superintendent cannot be too strongly condemned ; it tends to undermine all regularity and order, and to introduce insubordination and confusion.
 
The South Australian Government Gazette 1866 p. 84
Name Age Date of Death Cause of Death Where buried
Steed, Elizabeth 28 January 01 Puerperatis Fever at sea
Quie, — (Quinn) inf January 04 Atrophy at sea
Johnson, Caroline inf January 12 Convulsion at sea
Cross, Ellen inf January 16 Convulsion at sea
Black, Ann 1 January 23 Puerperatis Fever at sea
Steel, W.H.
(Steed ?)
inf January 27 Atrophy at sea
Pulley, Henry 1 February 06 Pertussis at sea
Morris, Francis 1 March 07 Puerperatis Fever at sea
Murray, Stephen 1 March 09 Pertussis at sea
Ding, — inf March 09 Still Born at sea
Whitely, Richard inf March 14 Convulsion at sea
Humphry, William 1 March 28 Diarrhoea 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
BMD Birthplace Remarks
Last Given
Families
Allen Jesse 31 Miller / Labourer 17/3   Bedfordshire  
  Mary A. 31          
  Eliza 7          
  Mary A. 3          
Bannister Joseph 26 Carpenter 70/2   Middlesex  
  Sarah (Tracey) 23          
  Emily 3          
  Joseph inf          
Bates Henry 27 Carpenter 93/3   Middlesex  
  Maria 21          
  Alice 2          
Black William 32 Shoemaker 128/3   Middlesex  
  Emma 25          
  Catherine 7          
  Henry 2          
  Anne 1         died at sea
Blackmore John 24 Smith / Painter 129/3   Middlesex  
  Elizabeth 22          
Blake James William 40 - - D Cambridge ?  
  Margaret 36          
Boice / Boyce Abraham 40 Farm Labourer 150/2   Cambridge  
  Esther 35          
  Ann 13          
  Mary 9          
  Susannah 6          
  William 2          
Bull William 21 Bricklayer 200/2   Middlesex  
  Harriet 19          
  William inf          
Carley John 21 Labourer 237/3   Kerry  
  Margaret 19          
Coulson Jonathan 25 Mason 326/2   Middlesex  
  Jane 22          
Cross Charles 37 Shoemaker 246/3   Cambridge  
  Charlotte 37          
  Charles 7          
  Agnes 3          
  Ellen inf         died at sea
Day William 36 Farm Labourer 389/3   Bedfordshire  
  Sarah 34          
  Sarah 12          
  Eliza 9          
  John 6          
  George 1          
Dean James 45 Labourer 391/3   Ayr  
  Agnes 43          
  Margaret 12          
Ding William 37 Shepherd 405/3   Cambridge  
  Susan (Ellis) 34          
  William 13          
  John 10          
  George 9          
  Maria 4          
  Susan 1          
  child inf         stillborn at sea
Elder William 54 Ploughman 462/1   Fife  
  Elizabeth 42          
  Mary 10          
  Elizabeth 8          
  Jemima 6          
  William 1          
Ellery Valentine 21 Joiner 464/2   Lancashire  
  Mary A. 22          
Endersley Uriah 22 Sawyer 470/3   Cambridge  
  Caroline 20          
Faulkner John 25 Sawyer 488/2   Middlesex  
  Louisa 26          
  Frederick 4          
  Benjamin 1          
Fea David 34 Farm Labourer 489/1   Orkney  
  Elizabeth (Hepburn) 36          
  Elizabeth 8          
  John 5          
  David 1          
Firth / Forth Thomas 27 Farm Labourer 501/1   Lincolnshire  
  Elizabeth (Taylor) 18          
Gafney Luke 45 Blacksmith 541/3   Wicklow sick, general debility from old age ; brother dying ; consumptive | after arrival supported by Government, 3 weeks
  Ellen 44          
  Michael 13          
Gentry Robert 25 Agr. Labourer 557/2   Essex  
  Mary 21          
  Elizabeth 8          
  Hannah 1          
Gowling Joseph 35 Mason 598/3   Surrey  
  Jane 34          
Gowling John 13         with this family
  John 8 son        
  Emily 6 daughter        
  Ann 4 daughter        
Hammond Henry W. 27 Carpenter 658/2   Middlesex  
  Jane 25          
  Jane 1          
Hammond John 45 Shoemaker 658/2   Essex  
  Martha (Nott) 45          
  Frederick 12          
  Elizabeth 9          
  Rebecca 7          
  David 5          
Haslam Abraham 27 Shoemaker 693/3   Nottingham  
  Catherine 26          
Hoobin John 25 Agr. Labourer 769/3   Clare  
  Mary (Grady) 20          
Howard Michael 35 Agr. Labourer 783/2   Clare  
  Catherine (McGreeny) 30         (McQinney ?)
  John 9          
  Mary 2          
Humphrey Henry (not Michael . . per 1851 census) 38 Tailor 793/2   Surrey Humphery / Humphry
  Maria 32          
  Winifred / Winnifred 9          
  Emma M. 7          
  William 1         died at sea
Johnson George 37 Smith 848/2   Middlesex  
  Louisa 36          
  Henry 13          
  Mary 10          
  Louisa 4          
  Caroline inf         died at sea
Keetley William 29 Bootmaker 882/1   Middlesex  
  Mary Daniels 31          
  Mary Jane inf          
Kennedy Michael 38 Agr. Labourer 895/1   Kings county  
  Mary 36          
  John 10          
  Winifred 7          
  Michael 3          
Keough Henry 31 Agr. Labourer 900/1   Wicklow  
  Elizabeth (Brown) 22          
Ketcher John 32 Agr. Labourer 904/1   Essex  
  Eliza 24          
Kinnear Michael 25 Agr. Labourer 914/2   Clare  
  Catherine 24          
Knight Samuel 32 Agr. Labourer 927/3   Warwickshire  
  Martha 34          
  Frederick 3          
Laycock Thomas 25 Stone Mason - B Surrey  
  Sarah 23          
Mack Robert 26 Tailor 994/2   Haddington Lincolnshire, England or East Lothian, Scotland ?
  Isabella 24          
Manton Robert 24 Agr. Labourer 1015/1   Lincolnshire  
  Mary 24          
McGrath James 25 Agr. Labourer 1067/3   Clare  
  Mary 22          
McKay John 24 Farm Servant 1072/1   Dumfries  
  Elizabeth 22          
Measday Henry 18 Shoemaker 1089/1   Kent  
  Rebecca (Teazle) 24          
Monk Jonathan 32 Gardener 1127/3   Kent  
  Frances 20          
Morris George 22 Agr. Labourer 1134/3   Nottingham  
  Mary (Palmer) 20          
  Frances / Francis 1         died at sea
Morris Henry 44 Agr. Labourer 1135/1   Nottingham  
  Amelia 43          
  Elizabeth 9          
Morris Joseph 51 Agr. Labourer 1135/3   Nottingham  
  Frances 45          
Morrissy Michael 39 Agr. Labourer 1137/2   Kilkenny  
  Jane 29          
Murphy John 28 Agr. Labourer 1154/1   Tipperary  
  Sarah 25          
Murray James 26 Shoemaker 1157/1   Kent  
  Mary A. 25          
  Stephen 1         died at sea
  George inf          
Nowlan Michael 40 Mason 1200/1   Middlesex  
  Margaret 41          
Petherbridge William 23 Carpenter 1273/3   Middlesex  
  Emma 24          
  William inf          
Phelan Anthony 36 Ploughman 1277/2   Kilkenny  
  Margaret 34          
Poyzer George 26 Miner 1306/2   Derby  
  Mary A. 23          
Pulley Samuel 50 Shoemaker 1316/3   Middlesex  
  Mary 45          
  Mary A. 12          
  Catherine 10          
  Alice 8          
  Henry 1         died at sea
Quinn John 35 Labourer 1322/3   Middlesex  
  Elizabeth (Kennedy) 36          
  Michael 8          
  John 4          
  James 1          
Richards James 38 Plumber 1349/3   Middlesex  
  Martha 37          
  Mary 10          
  Emily 1          
Sclater / Slater William 49 Farm Servant - - Orkney  
  Jane 50          
Scott Thomas 23 Farm Servant 1455/2   Orkney  
  Frances 24          
Shearer Peter 30 Farm Labourer 1473/2   Orkney  
  Jane 25          
Shearer William 21 Farm Labourer 1473/3   Orkney in BISA, not married
  Jane 23          
Skirving Alexander 38 Mason 1495/3   Middlesex  
  Mary A. 37          
Steed William 25 Carpenter 1538/2   Middlesex  
  Elizabeth 28         died at sea
Tinsley John (John William) 27 Agr. Labourer - B Surrey  
  Mary A. 27          
Webster John 48 Agr. Labourer - D Norfolk  
  Sarah 45          
  Maria 12          
  William 10          
  Mary A. 7          
Wells James 31 Labourer - - Surrey  
  Mary 29          
  Ann 6          
West John Henry 40 Tailor - D Kent  
  Elizabeth 42          
  Elizabeth 12          
  Emma 9          
  John 5          
  George 1          
Whale Thomas 28 Carpenter - B Middlesex  
  Emma 30          
Whisson John 23 Agr. Labourer 1699/2   Norfolk  
  Hannah (Emmerson) 20          
Whitely Joseph 21 Agr. Labourer 1703/3   Middlesex  
  Catherine 19          
  Richard inf         died at sea
Wilcocks Frederick W. 38 Carpenter 1710/2   Middlesex  
  Eliza 42          
Wiles Griffin 23 Carpenter 1711/1   Middlesex  
  Mary 23          
  Rosa 2          
  James inf          
Williams Richard 38 Mason 1720/2   Middlesex  
  Sarah 25          
  Elizabeth inf          
Williams William 26 Carpenter - B Middlesex  
  Emma A. 27          
Wipers Robert 35 Mason 1733/2   Lambeth, Surrey Wepers in 1851 census
  Helen 30          
  Katherine 8         Ketrine "
  Jeanette 4         Jenet "
  Robert inf          
Young Robert 23 Gardener 1756/3   Middlesex  
  Fanny 29          
 
Names Age Occupation B-index   Birthplace Remarks
Last Given
Single Men
Day William 14 Agr. Labourer 389/3   Bedfordshire with parents
Ding Thomas 15 Shepherd 405/3   Cambridge with parents
Elder John 16 Labourer 462/1   Fife with parents
Gafney John 16 Blacksmith 541/3   Wicklow with parents
Hammond George 19 Bootmaker 658/1   Essex with parents
Hammond William 16 Bootmaker 658/3   Essex with parents
Haselgrove Richard 24 Carpenter 693/1   Surrey  
Jones Thomas 34 Stone Mason 862/3   Surrey  
Morris John 14 Servant -   Nottingham  
Pulley George 20 Butcher -   Middlesex with parents
Pulley Samuel 14 Butcher 1316/3   Middlesex with parents
Scantler (Sclater) David   Agr. Labourer -   Orkney Slater / Sclatter ? with family ?
Scantler (Sclater) Robert   Agr. Labourer -   Orkney Slater / Sclatter ? with family ?
Scantler (Sclater) William   Agr. Labourer -   Orkney Slater / Sclatter ? with family ?
Scott James 31 Mason -   Middlesex  
Webster Samuel 17 Farm Labourer -   Norfolk son of John
 
Single Women
Blake Harriet 15 Domestic Servant     Middlesex  
Brown Ellen 18 Parlor Maid     Middlesex  
Brown(e) Caroline 25 Servant     Middlesex  
Carney Catherine 33 Farm Servant     Clare  
Crimmeen Bridget 28 Kitchen Hand     Wicklow  
Cummins Ann 18 Farm Servant     Kilkenny  
Cummins Mary 20 Farm Servant     Kilkenny  
Dean Christina 25 Domestic Servant     Ayr  
Dean Flora 19 Domestic Servant     Ayr  
Downing Louisa 29 Cook     Middlesex  
Elder Janet 14 Domestic Servant     Fife with family
Fennimore Caroline 27 Servant     Middlesex  
Ferreter Catherine 16 Servant     Middlesex  
Fox Bridget 28 Domestic Servant     Kings county  
Gafney Ellen 20 Domestic Servant     Wicklow with family
Gafney Margaret 14 Domestic Servant     Wicklow with family
Gafney Mary 22 Domestic Servant     Wicklow with family
Hammond Frances 21 Servant     Essex with family
Hammond Martha 14 Nursemaid     Essex with family
Hawkins Emma 21 Dressmaker     Middlesex  
Houlihan Mary 23 Domestic Servant     Kings county  
Humphrey Mary 30 Servant     Surrey related to Henry?
Kennedy Bridget 16 Farm Servant     Clare  
Kennedy Bridget 30 Domestic Servant     Kings county with family
Kennedy Margaret 18 Child's Maid     Kings county with family
Kennedy Mary 14 Domestic Servant     Kings county with family
Kinnear Mary 18 Domestic Servant     Clare  
Ladd Lydia 23 Servant     Middlesex  
Linay Ann   Domestic Servant     Orkney  
Linay Margaret   Housemaid     Orkeny  
Lyall Margaret   Housemaid     Orkney  
McGrath Ann 18 Domestic Servant     Clare  
McGrath Bridget 29 Domestic Servant     Clare  
Murphy Anastasia 20 Dairy Maid     Kilkenny  
Murphy Bridget 14 Farm Servant     Clare  
Murphy Ellen 18 Farm Servant     Clare  
Murphy Mary 30 Farm Servant     Clare  
Pulley Elizabeth 16 Servant     Middlesex with family
Reane Mary 30 Farm Servant     Galway  
Ryan Bridget 22 Dairy Maid     Tipperary  
Ryan Bridget 25 Farm Servant     Tipperary  
Ryan Catherine 22 Housemaid     Tipperary  
Ryan Catherine 25 Farm Servant     Tipperary  
Ryan Mary 19 Dairy Maid     Tipperary  
Scalter Margaret   Cook     Orkney Slater / Sclatter ? with family ?
Shanahan Bridget 30 Farm Servant     Tipperary  
Shanahan Ellen 21 Farm Servant     Tipperary  
Soper Elizabeth 23 Housemaid     Middlesex  
Soper Mary A. 22 Housemaid     Middlesex  
Sweeney Bridget 22 Housemaid     Tipperary  
Toole Mary 24 Farm Servant     Wicklow  
Turner Ann J.S. 21 Housemaid     Middlesex  
Vellyam Juliana 25 ? [Farm Servant]     Orkney Julia Valrion
Waghorn Sophia 31 Cook     Middlesex  
Walsh Anne 21 Farm Servant     -  
Webster Sally 24 Cook     Bedfordshire  
Webster Susan 15 Servant     Norfolk daughter of John
Woodward Mary A.E. 24 Housemaid     Middlesex  
Work Margaret 26 ? Cook     Orkney  

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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