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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 Marion, 904 tons, Captain McKerlie, from London 27th October 1848 & Plymouth [Nov.] 1848, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 10th February 1849

South Australian Register Wednesday 14th February 1849

Saturday February 10th, 1849:- the ship Marion, 904 tons, McKerlie, Master, from London and Plymouth.
Passengers: R. McLash Esq. surgeon-superintendent and Mrs. Alwyn in the cabin, and the following government emigrants in the steerage. . . .

R.H.Allan, John Annells, Eliza Annells, Susanah Arnell, Rachel Bailey, Rosina Bailey, W J Bailey, Thomas Barber, J. Bishop, Samuel Bosher, John Bosher, Mary A. Boyle, Margaret Bryan, Mary Bunce, D. Campbell wife and child, P. Cheeseman, C. Clemens, Wm. Cooper wife and eight children, G. Croxton, Jane Connell, D. Cunningham, H. Clark, D. Chaulker, John Dare, Elizabeth Daley, J. Davis wife and child. Charlotte Drinkwater, W. Durnford, Martha Durnford, Ellen Eagar, Margaret Edwards, John Evans, John Fitzpatrick, T. E. Fenwick, Margaret Fenwick, Helen Ferrett, J. Fulcher wife and child, W. Garland wife and three children, Sarah Gibbons, J. Goldsmith, E. M. Goldsmith, James Graves, E. Grunsdale, James Gilmore, J. Herne, Charlotte Hall and three children, J. Harvey, W. Harverson, Matilda Harverson, Ann Haywood, Caroline Hague, H. Hobart. Eliza Hobart, J. Hornsby, Charlotte Hornsby, Robert Hunt and wife, T. Eliff, Hester Jacobs, D. Johnstone wife and child. Jos. James, S. Lewis wife and three children, Alex. McKenzie wife and three children, Catherine McRea, Ann Mackew, H. Manners wife and child, Eliza Marshall, W. Marshall and wife, W. Martin wife and four children, James Martin and wife, W. Martin, Mary Ann Meredith, James Messenger wife and five children, Edward Moorhouse wife and five children, T. Thoms, Thomas Moses wife and two children, Isaac Needham and wife, R Nichols wife and three children, Henry Noble, George Pank wife and two children, James Pierce wife and six children, John Perry wife and child, R. Pocock wife and two children, John Power and wife, Priscilla Palmer, Robert Pringle, George Pultman wife and child, Benjamin Ranford, Elizabeth Rees, Ellen Reed, Wm. Rhodes and wife. Hannah Robins, George Richardson, James Regus, John Skulley, John Sullivan, Sarah Starke, Thomas Starke wife and child, Jane Smith, Alfred Stepbury, Wm. Stirton, Francis Simons, Alexander Tankard wife and child, Margaret Tap and two children, Richard Thornton, John West wife and two children, Stephen White wife and three children, Wm. Wilkinson wife and four children, Elizabeth Wood, Georgiana Wood, John Wood wife and three children. John Chambers and wife, James Crane, Wm. Grindsell, Wm. Whitney wife and child, Thomas Wright wife and two children, Emma Raggett, Emma Tossill, Caroline Gibbons, Sophia Plant, Maria Whellan.
 
The Emigration Agent having reported to the Lieutenant Governor that there had been several cases of small-pox on board the emigrant ship Marion — of which two had terminated fatally fifty days prior to the ship's arrival — and the last case favourably, about thirty days since. The Colonial Surgeon was called upon to report immediately whether, under such circumstances, there was any fear of infection, and the following is a copy of that officer's letter on the subject, with which we have been favoured : —
Adelaide, Feb. 12, 1849.

Sir — I have the honour to state, for the information of  
his Execellency the Lieutenant-Governor, that the contagion of small-pox has a latent period of from ten to fourteen, or, at the latest, to twenty-one days. Thirty days having elapsed without any fresh case having appeared, I do not consider it necessary that the Marion should be put into quarantine. I have, &c, James Geo. Nash.

4th ship from England to S.A. with government passengers for 1849 ; —?— births and —?— deaths on the passage, R. McLash, surgeon-superintendent.

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 Birthplace Remarks
Last Given
Families
Annells John 21 Miller 33/1 Hampshire  
  Eliza (Millard) 24        
  son inf       born at sea Jan. 23 1849 | died at sea
             
Bailey Thomas 26 - 56/3 -  
  Amelia 23       died at sea
             
Bailey William J. 21 Plasterer 57/2 -  
  Emma 18        
             
Bate William James 23 - 93/2 -  
  Rosina 22        
             
Bray John 34 - 168/1 -  
  Mary 35        
  John 10        
  Elizabeth 9        
  James 5        
             
Campbell Daniel 26 - 231/3 -  
  Ann 32        
  Daniel 5        
  son inf       born at sea Jan. 21 1849 | died at sea
             
Chambers John 20 Farmer 255/2 -  
  Olive 20        
             
Cooper William 49 Farmer 316/2 Stow Bardolph, Norfolk  
  Judith (Langford) 48        
  William 19        
  Thomas 18        
  George 16        
  Elizabeth 16        
  Joel 13        
  John 11        
  Robert 9        
  James J. 7        
             
Davis Joseph 25 - 382/2 -  
  Anna / Hannah (Brooksby) 22        
  William inf       born at sea, Dec. 28 1848
             
Down / Downs / Downer Francis 30 - 425/1 -  
  Jane 30        
  Mary J. 2        
             
Durnford William 40 Farmer - - did not sail ?
  Martha 33       did not sail ?
             
Eddy John 45 - - -  
  Elizabeth 44        
  William 15        
  Richard 11        
             
Fenwick Thomas E. 30 Draper 492/2 -  
  Margaret 26        
             
Futcher James 25 - - -  
  Emma 25        
  Frank inf        
             
Garland William 33 - 549/2 -  
  Ann 31        
  Claudine 2        
  Theodor 1        
  Francis 1        
             
Goldsmith James 23 Upholsterer 584/2    
  Maria 20        
             
Grimsdale William 34 Labourer 622/2 -  
  Elizabeth 38        
  Edward 15 Labourer 622/2 -  
             
Hall Charlotte 34 Lint Manufacturer 645/3 - single parent
  Ellen 13        
  Charlotte 9        
  William Thomas 7        
             
Hobart Robert 28 Joiner 748/3 -  
  Eliza 24        
             
Hornsby James 25 - 776/2 -  
  Charlotte (Gilbert) 25        
             
Hunt Robert 26 - 797/2 -  
  Mary 32        
             
James William 51 - 828/3 -  
  Jane 53        
  Edward 19        
  Mary J. 17        
  Joanne 14        
             
Johns Arthur 26 - 844/3 -  
  Eliza 26        
             
Johnson David 27 - 847/3 Essex ?  
  Emma (Andrews) 23        
  Emma 1        
             
Kemp John 31 Farmer 891/1 -  
  Sarah (Waite) 39        
  Sarah 7        
             
Lewis Samuel 37 Smith - -  
  Maria 33        
  Samuel G. 8        
  Maria J. 4        
  Mary A. 1        
             
Manners Henry 32 Labourer 1012/2 Wiltshire  
  Ann (Allen) 40        
  Henry 12        
             
Marshall William 34 Porter 1024/2 -  
  Mary 38        
             
Martin Isaac 25 - - -  
  Jane 25        
             
Martin William 30 - - -  
  Ann 31        
  Sarah A. 9        
  Thomas 5        
  Elizabeth 1        
  daughter inf       born at sea, Dec. 22 1848
             
McKenzie Alexander 27 Shepherd 1073/2 Aberdeen  
  Elspeth (Davidson) 28        
  John 2        
  Alexander inf        
             
Messenger James 34 Carpenter 1098/2 Croyden, Surrey  
  Louisa (Boyd) 32        
  James 12        
  Louisa Chillman 10        
  John 8        
  Mary A. 6        
  Arthur 4        
  Eliza inf       born at sea, Jan. 27 1849
             
Mitchell Henry 26 - 1102/2 -  
  Elizabeth 25        
             
Moorhouse Edward 44 Carpenter 1131/2 London, Middlesex  
  Sarah (Darley) 38        
  Sarah A. 14        
  Thomas A. 12        
  Edward 7        
  William 4        
  Elizabeth 1        
             
Moses Thomas 28 - - -  
  Mary 29        
  Mary 6        
  Thomas 4        
             
Needham Isaac 29 - 1169/2 -  
  Martha (Gregory) 34        
             
Nicholls Richard 48 Hatter 1182/3 London  
  Ann 52        
  Rebecca 23        
  Elizabeth 18        
  Josiah R. 9        
             
Pank George Thomas 30 Carpenter 1234/3 Norfolk  
  Mary Ann (Clements) 25        
  George T. 3        
  Henry R. 2        
  son (James ?) inf       born at sea, Jan 4 | died at Adelaide Feb 29 1849
             
Paul Henry 21 - 1249/2 -  
  Mary 20        
             
Pearce James 38 Carpenter 1256/1 Bedford  
  Ann 35        
  Ann 14        
  Thomas 12        
  Sarah 10        
  John 7        
  Jane 4        
  William 1        
             
Perry John Harvey 34 Baker 1270/3 England  
  Priscilla (Browett) 25        
  Thomas A. 1        
  son inf       born at sea Jan. 31 1849 | died at sea
             
Pocock Richard 35 - 1292/3 -  
  Hannah 32        
  Caroline 10        
  Edward 7        
             
Powell John 43 Plasterer 1304/3 -  
  Emma 45        
             
Pullman George 48 Tailor 1317/1 England  
  Mary A. (Fox) 32        
  Mary A. 1        
  son inf       born at sea Jan. 21 1849 | died at sea
             
Rhodes William 23 Smith 1348/1 Warwick  
  Ann (Archer) 23        
             
Rogers Thomas 37 - 1380/2 -  
  Elizabeth 39        
  Elizabeth A. 10        
  Thomas H. 8        
  Mary B. 1        
             
Starke Thomas R. 25 Carpenter - -  
  Elizabeth 28        
  Thomas inf        
             
Stephens John 25 Labourer 1543/2 -  
  Margaret 26        
  Elizabeth A. 4        
  Margaret 3        
  child ? inf        
             
Tankard Alexander 21 Painter 1574/3 St George Hanover Square, London  
  Fanny (Tamkin) 22        
  Sarah inf        
             
Tapp Margaret 32 - 1576/1 - single parent
  Edward 7        
  Edgar 4        
             
Thomas Thomas 34 - 1596/1 -  
  Sarah 38        
  James 1        
  daughter inf       born at sea, Dec. 22 1848
             
Tonkin John 36 - 1611/2 Cornwall  
  Prudance (Trenoweth) 36        
  Mary 11        
  James 9        
  Jane 8        
  John C. 4        
             
Uren Alice 53 - 1638/3 - single parent
  Eliza 22        
  William 14        
             
West John 29 - - -  
  Anna 25        
  Thomas H. 2        
             
White Stephen 30 - - -  
  Anna 37        
  Stephen 7        
  John 5        
  Edward 2        
             
Whitney William 36 - - -  
  Elizabeth 31        
  Elizabeth 9        
             
Wilkinson William 38 - 1713/1 -  
  Sarah 31        
  Mary 19        
  Martha 12        
  Mary 11        
  William 10        
             
Woods John 36 Farmer 1741/3 Hampshire  
  Harriet (Barfoot) 32        
  Harriet A. 2        
  James J. inf        
             
Wright Thomas 28 - - -  
  Anne 26        
  John L. 2        
  William inf        
 
Names Age Occupation B-index Birthplace Remarks
Last Given
Single Men
Allen R. Harvey 20 - - -  
Barber Thomas 20 Blacksmith 71/3 -  
Batt John 19 - 95/3 -  
Bosher John 28 Porter 147/2 -  
Bosher Samuel 25 Turner 147/2 -  
B—ff Thomas 27 - - -  
Chaulker Daniel 16 - - -  
Cheesman Piercy 18 Labourer 265/2 -  
Clarkson Henry 15 - 281/2 -  
Croxton George 21 Schoolmaster 352/1 -  
Cunningham David 24 Baker 357/2 -  
Dare John 20 - - -  
Evans John 16 - - -  
Fitzpatrick John 16 - 507/1 -  
Gilmore James 21 - 573/2 -  
Graves James 22 Cordwainer 605/3 York  
Halladay Joseph 21 - - -  
Harverson William 22 - - -  
Harvey James 22 - 690/1 -  
Hearn John 24 - 707/3 -  
James Joseph Frederick 21 - 827/3 -  
Martin William 18 - - -  
Noble Henry 22 - 1190/3 -  
Pringle Robert 22 - - -  
Regus James 16 - - -  
Renford Benjamin B. 21 Carrier 1344/3 -  
Shephardson George E. 24 - 1478/1 -  
Skulley John 18 - - -  
Smith James 24 - - -  
Stark James 17 - 1536/1 -  
Stevens Alfred 24 Tailor 1545/1 -  
Stirton William Charles 26 Shopman - -  
Sullivan John 16 - - -  
Thomas William 27 - - -  
Thoms Thomas 16 - - -  
Thornton Richard 21 - - -  
Williams Charles 22 - 1715/1 -  
 
Single Women & child
Ajate Emma 22 -   - Raggett ?
Arnell Susannah 18 -   -  
Bailey Rachel 33 -   -  
Bailey Rosina 18 -   -  
Bishop Johanna 20 -   -  
Boyle Mary A. 24 -   -  
Bryan Margaret 18 -   -  
Bunce Mary 23 -   -  
Butler Elizabeth 19 -   -  
Clarke Maria 23 -   -  
Clemens Christine 23 -   -  
Connell Jane 23 -   -  
Daley Elizabeth 21 -   -  
Drinkwater Charlotte 24 -   -  
Eager Ellen 23 -   -  
Edwards Margaret 25 -   -  
F— Emma 18 -   - Tossill ?
Ferrett Ellen 31 -   -  
Gibbons Caroline 18 -   -  
Gibbons Sarah 33 -   -  
Harverson Margaret 26 -   -  
Harvey Mary 23 -   -  
Hauge Caroline 18 -   -  
Haywood Ann 20 -   -  
Hunter Elizabeth 19 -   -  
Jacobs Hester 27 -   -  
Marshall Elizabeth 30 -   -  
McKew Ann 30 -   -  
McRea Catherine 27 -   -  
Meredith Mary Ann 21 -   -  
Nicholls Nancy 24 -   -  
O— Grace 31 -   -  
Palmer Priscilla 20 -   -  
Plant Sophia 18 -   -  
Potter Mary 18 -   -  
Reed Eleanor 24 -   -  
Rees Elizabeth 19 -   -  
Robins Anna 23 -   -  
Rogers Elizabeth 26 -   -  
Rowe Mary 26 -   -  
Smith Jane 24 -   -  
Stark Sarah n/a -   -  
Symonds Frances 17 -   -  
Whellan Maria 18 -   -  
Wood Elizabeth 33 -   -  
Woods Georgina 18 -   -  

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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