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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 see also SA German Lists

barque Tarquin, 685 tons, Captain S.J. Loutit, from London 8th August, Plymouth 20th August, 1864 arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 3rd December 1864

The South Australian Advertiser, Monday 5 December 1864 p. 2

Saturday 3rd December:— Tarquin, barque, 685 tons, S.T. Loutitt, master, from London August 8 via Plymouth August 20. Elder, Smith and Co., agents.
Passengers—Dr. W. H. Pearce (Surgeon-Superin
tendent), in the cabin ; and 274 Government emigrants in the steerage:

. . . . — 7th ship from England to S.A. with government passengers for 1864 ; —2— births and —2— deaths on the passage ; William Henry Pearce M.D., 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, General Emigrants = GE ; Assisted Passage = AP ; Remittance Emigrants = RE ; Colonial Nominees = CN ; Passage Paid = PP. — Robert
 
extracted from the Register, 22 July 1904, page 4
REMINISCENCES OF AN EARLY VOYAGE
We have received from Dr. William H Pearse (senior physician of the Plymouth Public Dispensary) a pamphlet entitled "Instances of Immunity," which contains an interesting resume of an unpleasant episode on board the emigrant ship Tarquin, a vessel of 685 tons, that arrived in South Australia 40 years ago. Dr. Pearse was surgeon-superintendent on the Tarquin, which sailed from Plymouth on August 20, 1864, having previously embarked 137 men, 81 women, and 56 children under 12 years of age. Dr. Pearse gives the following particulars of the voyage:—
'The day after we sailed a well-marked case of smallpox appeared ; it ran a severe and confluent course. The captain wished to put back to Plymouth, but I decided that we should go on. The forecastle was what is known as a booby forecastle, occupied only by the windlass and boatswain's stores. The ship's crew lived in a house on deck. The booby forcastle was about 4½ ft. in height. I boarded off half of this low forecastle on the port side, and fitted a swinging canvas screen as a door. Here I put the patient, telling off a man who was well marked with smallpox from early life as nurse and attendant. The w.c. for the men was about 6 ft. distant. The crew had constant access to the other half of the forecastle for their necessary gear. The 105 single men, who were berthed in the fore end of the 'tween decks, had access to the upper deck through the forehatch only, and were thus ever passing by and near the smallpox sick bay ; they were also restricted, for purposes of discipline, on the upper deck, to the fore end of the ship. Of course, I issued strict orders that no one was to enter the sick bay. The man nurse, and myself did all the cleaning, feeding, and other attentions ; but I found constantly, when in the stormy southern latitudes, and when running down our 160 deg. of easting, and during a period of nearly two months, that men would enter, out of the stormy winds and seas, and stay with the patient and nurse, in order to smoke their pipes. No other case of smallpox happened during the voyage. We had a long voyage of 105 days, and had scarlet fever and smallpox among the emigrants, I vaccinated about 300 times ; 130 were successfully vaccinated. Many of the 300 vaccinations were twice in the same individual. I started revaccination at once after the appearance of the case of smallpox. I had both points and tubes supplied by the Government authorities. As soon as I got one or more successful arms I mustered men and women on deck, and did as many vaccinations as the vaccine venicles could supply. I thus kept up a succession of arm-to-arm successful vaccinations." The doctor emphasizes the fact that he had a series of successful arms up to 90 days at sea, and there, according to current theories, the same persons were susceptible to smallpox ; and adds:— 'It is obvious that the immunity of the people was not due to my revaccination, as these were gradually done, week after week, even up to the fourteenth week. Nor can I assert that the immunity was due to this community of emigrants having, in general, at embarkation good marks of early life vaccination, be cause out of 274 emigrants on board, of whom 56 were under 12 years of age, I obtained 136 successful arms. The vaccine prophylaxis was thus in general greatly expired. The fact remains that this crowded community, whilst susceptible to vaccine lymph was immune to smallpox contagion or infection. Were my people in one of their periodical cycles of natural immunity, which, more or less, are common to all the infective fevers, or was there some subtle stability of their bioplasmac molecular bonds, produced by the unknown but vast changes of environment involved in being launched from their habituated conditions and co-relations to the sea climates?'
 
Miscellaneous Shipping
The South Australian Advertiser, Monday 5 December 1864 p. 3
ARRIVAL OF THE TARQUIN WITH GOVERNMENT IMMIGRANTS.

From her appearance the Tarquin is a well-selected vessel, especially as from her light draught of water the bars were no obstacle to her progress into harbor. On her arrival the Assistant Health Officer having discovered that a single case of smallpox had occurred during the early part of the voyage, and seven of fever at a later period, she was placed in quarantine till the following morning, when Dr. Duncan was satisfied by his enquiries that she was in a perfectly healthy state, and at once accorded pratique.

The master was here some years back in the Eliza, and Dr. Pearce, the Surgeon Superintendent, has made several voyages in the service and has always been singularly successful in bringing out his charge, and on the present occasion, though threatened with such a fearful out break his attention and skill averted the calamity, and having but two births and the same number of deaths the people on board remain at 273. The immigrants are spoken of as of the usual class, there being amongst them a large proportion of assisted passage ticket holders ; but when the Shipping Reporter was alongside no one was allowed to board, consequently another opportunity will offer of inspecting the vessel and her occupants.

The following is the official list of the immigrants:
English:—Henry, Margaret, Ebenezar. John, and Ann Abraham, Richard Barnes, Richard Boaoen, William Brown, John Burnett, Hosea Clarke, John Clinch, Mary Crabb, John Curnow, Thomas, Jeannette, Thomas and Mary Davies, Jane Davies, William, Charles, and Mary Ann Davies, Henry, Mary A-, David, and Ann Davies, Francis Daw, Thomas Doudon, Edward Dunstan, Edward Edwards, Thomas Evans, Samuel and James Faradell, Jessie Fanthorpe, Eliza Garlick, James Glasson, Thomas Hand, Thomas Heskya, Francis, Harriett, and Jos. Hill, Sampson Hosking, Thomas Hollow, Samuel, Esther, Samuel, Mary E, Emily, Elizabeth, John, and Christina Hollow. Charles and Ellen Jackson, Henry, Rachel, and Elizabeth James, Jemima, Thomas, Nancy, Mary A., and Thomas Kelsall, Edward and Elizabeth Lear, James Lewis, Thomas, David, John. H. Darcas, and John H. Martin, Daniel Matheson, Evan Morgan, Sampson, John, John, Alice, Mary, Hannah, Elizabeth, George, Alice, James and Matilda Ninnes, John Nuttal, Thomas, Margaret, Ann, David, William, Mary A, David, and Thos. Owen, Hannah Openshaw, Jas. Packer, William Pengilly, Edward, Amelia, James, Nanny, William Henry, Susannah, and William Henry Peters, Silvester Raymond, Paul Roach, Jno. Roberts, Michael Rush, James Snell, John and Elizabeth Taylor, John Teague, James, Joseph, and H. D. Thomas, Alfred Townsend, William Trerabath. John Tregowlan, William Trevaskis, Joseph and James Trownson Henry Unvian, John R. and John Williams, Pat, Catherine, Bridget, Johanna, Michael, and William Williams. Elizabeth Wilson, Frederick Winch, W. H Pearce.
Scotch: —James Balfour, John, Ellen, and John Brenton, Alexander Briggs, James, Janet, Isabella, Margaret, James. Eliza, and William Fletcher, James Flett, David, Isabella, James, Jane, Isabella, John, and Thomas Herd, William, Robert, John, Elizabeth, Janet, and Elizabeth Hunter, Malcolm McConochie, Donald McPhail. James Mowatt, Mary A. Sheed, Jessie and Margaret Sherring. Peter and Catherine Steven. Joseph and Margaret Thompson, Thomas, Isabella, and James Wilson.
Irish:—Jeremiah Bamman, Catherine Berth. Ann and Bridget Brinfleld, Martin Caully, Pat Casey, Jean and Anne Casey, Matthew Clarke, Susan Conway, Bridget Cone, John Crawford, Thomas Crowe, Terence Cunningham, Mary Cunningham, Thos. Daly, Bridget Daly, Pat, Mary, Michael, Margaret, Martin, Murtogh, and Betsy Daly, Mary Daly, Owen Dewitt, Mary Devitt, Bridget, Mary, and Honor Devitt, Catherine Dondon, Pat Doyle, Bridget Driscoll, Edmund English. William Honor, and Mary Driscoll, John, Bridget, William, John, and Bridget Fitzpatrick, Pat and Martin Fitzpatrick, Mary Fitzpatrick, Sarah Gormon, Michael Gurthie, James and Ellen Hartigan, Margaret Hanny, Bridget Hichey, Denis Heiher, Martin Howard, John, Agnes, and Geo. Hutton, John Hynes, Michael and Margaret Keefe, Pat Kelly, Pat Marley, Mary A. McAnally. John and Ellen McGuire, Eliza McKevitt, Pat McMahon, Pat, Bridget, Pat, and Mary McMahon,. Catherine and John NcNamara, Catherine and James McNamee, James Mullingham, Ellen Meany, Honora, Mary Ann, John and Michael Murphy, Ann Nash, Martin Nealson, Joseph, Elizabeth, Michael, Margaret, and Thos, Neilon, John and Honora O'Brien, Thomas O'Connell, Bridget, Margaret, Bridget, Michael, Thomas, and Pat O'Donohue, Kate O'Loughlin, Catherine Quine, Michael Regan, Pat Ryan, William and Catharine Shannon, Pat and Michael Shattery, James Smyth, Pat Sullivan, and Pat Yoole.

Summary
Engish Adults, 101 ; children between 1 and 12, 19 ; infants, 8 ; total, 128.
Scotch Adults, 28 ; children between 1 and 12, 12 ; infants, l ; total, 39.
Irish Adults, 91 ; children between 1 and 12, 14 ; infants, 2 total ; 107.
Total, 218 adults, 45 children, 11 infants - 274

 
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
Owen, Thomas 1 October 9th, 1864 Diarrhoea at sea
Farndell, Samuel 19 October 26th, 1864 Bronchitis at sea
         
Surgeon Superintendent Report "Births on Board"
Name of Mother   Date of Birth Sex of Infant  
    Two births at sea, but no records found    

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
Families
RE Abraham Henry 36 Copper Smelter 3/3   Glamorgan  
    Margaret 29          
    Ebenezer 6          
    John 3          
    Ann inf          
                 
GE Brunton John 24 Ploughman 184/2   Roxburgh  
    Ellen 25          
    John inf          
                 
RE Daly Patrick 35 Labourer 367/3   Clare with family
    Mary (Daly) 32          
    Michael 13          
    Margaret 8          
    Martin 5          
    Murtagh 3          
    Betsey 1          
                 
AP Davies Henry 24 Labourer 378/3   Glamorgan  
    Mary 21          
    David 2          
    Ann inf          
                 
AP Davis Charles 22 Servant 380/3   Gloucester  
    Marianne 29          
                 
RE Davis Thomas 31 Copper Smelter 383/1   Glamorgan  
    Jennette 33          
    Thomas 6          
    Mary inf          
                 
RE Driscoll William 29 Labourer 430/2   Clare  
    Honor 35          
    Mary 10          
                 
RE Fitzpatrick John 44 Labourer 507/1   Clare  
    Bridget (Kearney) 40          
    William 12          
    John 10          
    Bridget 8          
                 
GE Fletcher James 42 Printer 511/3   Ayrshire  
    Janet 33          
    Isabella 10          
    Margaret 8          
    James 6          
    Eliza 4          
    William 2          
                 
RE Herd / Heard David 41 Labourer 707/2   Fifeshire  
    Isabella (Heggie) 40          
    James 13          
    Jane / Jean 10          
    Isabella 7          
    John 5          
    Thomas 2          
                 
AP Hill Francis 30 Labourer 737/2   Worcester  
    Harriett 29          
    Joseph 1          
                 
RE Hollow Samuel 37 Miner 765/2   Redruth, Cornwall  
    Esther (Merrett) 31          
    Samuel Henry 10          
    Mary Elizabeth 8          
    Emily 6          
    Elizabeth 5          
    John 2          
    Christie inf         Christiana ?
                 
RE Hunter John 43 Labourer 799/1   Kilmarnock, Ayrshire with family
    Elizabeth 40          
    Janet 8          
    Elizabeth 4          
                 
AP Hutton John 28 Carpenter 805/2   Fifeshire  
    Agnes St. Clair (Skirving) 31          
    George 1          
                 
RE James Henry 34 Smelter 826/2   Glamorgan  
    Rachel 20          
    Elizabeth 5          
                 
GE Kelsall Thomas 41 Labourer 889/3   Dukinfield, Cheshire with family
    Nancy 36          
    Mary A. 11          
    Thomas 5          
                 
GE Lear Edward 30 Labourer -   Somerset  
    Elizabeth 26          
                 
AP Martin John Henry 21 Mason 1028/3   Penzance, Cornwall  
    Dorcas (Ninnes) 20         daughter of George and Alice
    John Henry inf          
                 
RE McMahon Patrick 28 Labourer 1081/1   Clare  
    Bridget 26          
    Patrick 2          
    Mary inf          
                 
RE Neilan Joseph 29 Labourer 1170/2   Cork  
    Elizabeth (Flynn) 30          
    Michael 3          
    Margaret 1          
    Thomas inf          
                 
AP Ninnes George 55 Farmer 1187/1   Towednack, Cornwall with family
    Alice 56          
    James Thomas 13          
    Matilda 10          
                 
RE Owen Thomas 26 Smelter 1225/3   Clare Welsh ?
    Mary A. 23         name Margaret ?
    Ann 4          
    David inf          
                 
RE Owen William 28 Smelter 1225/3   Glamorgan  
    Mary A. 26          
    David 4          
    Thomas 1         died at sea, Oct. 9th 1864
                 
RE Peters James 22 Miner 1272/2   Redruth, Cornwall  
    Nancy / Nanny (Roberts) 19          
                 
RE Peters William Henry 23 Miner 1272/3   Redruth, Cornwall  
    Susannah 23          
    William Henry inf          
                 
RE Shannon William 27 Labourer 1469/2   Clare  
    Catherine 16          
                 
GE Stevens Peter 24 Mason 1545/1   Peeblesshire  
    Catherine 20          
                 
AP Thompson Joseph 26 Labourer 1599/3   Wicklow  
    Margaret 26          
                 
RE Williams Patrick 32 Labourer 1720/1   Kilkenny  
    Catherine (Galvin) 33          
    Bridget Mary 7          
    Johanna 4          
    Michael J. 1          
    William inf          
                 
RE Wilson Thomas 28 Servant 1730/1   Scotland  
    Isabella (Anderson) 25          
    James 6          
 
Names Age Occupation B-index BMD Residence Remarks
  Last Given
Single Men
RE Balfour James 17 Labourer 66/3   Renfrew  
RE Bannon Jeremiah Francis 24 Miner 70/3   Tipperary  
RE Barnes Richard 24 Miner 76/3   Cornwall  
RE Boaden Richard 23 Miner 135/2   Cornwall  
GE Briggs Alexander 19 Labourer 174/3   Wigton  
RE Brown William 19 Miner -   Cornwall  
RE Burnet John 19 Shepherd 208/1   Sutherland  
RE Canny Martin 18 Labourer 235/2   Clare  
RE Casey Patrick 19 Labourer 248/1   Clare  
RE Clark Moses 20 Miner 279/2   Cornwall  
RE Clarke Matthew 23 Labourer -   Cavan  
RE Clinch John 20 Miner 286/2   Cornwall  
RE Crawford John 21 Labourer -   Clare  
RE Crowe Thomas 26 Labourer 350/3   Clare  
RE Cunningham Terence 24 Labourer 358/1   Clare  
RE Curnow John 25 Miner 359/1   Cornwall  
RE Daly Thomas 19 Labourer 367/3   Clare with parents
AP Davies William 38 Labourer 380/1   Carmarthen  
  Daw Francis 20 Miner 384/3   Cornwall  
RE Devit Owen 22 Labourer 401/1   Clare  
RE Donden Thomas 27 Carpenter 417/1   Limerick  
RE Doyle Patrick 19 Labourer 427/1   Clare  
RE Dunn Francis 20 Miner -   Cornwall  
RE Dunstan Edward 20 Miner 441/3   Cornwall  
RE Edwards Edward 17 Labourer -   Middlesex  
RE English Edmund 20 Labourer 471/2   Limerick  
RE Evans Thomas 22 Labourer 476/1   Glamorgan  
AP Fanthorpe Jesse 22 Labourer 483/3   Lincoln  
RE Farndell James Charles 16 Labourer 484/3   St Alphege, Middlesex  
RE Farndell Samuel 19 Labourer -   died at sea, Oct. 26th 1864
RE Fitzpatrick Martin 14 Labourer -   Clare  
RE Fitzpatrick Patrick 20 Labourer 507/2   Clare  
AP Flett James 28 Tailor 512/2   Edinburgh  
RE Glasson James 24 Miner 575/2   Cornwall  
RE Guthrie Michael 18 Labourer 631/3   Clare  
RE Hand Thomas 20 Miner -   Cornwall  
RE Hartigan James 22 Labourer -   Limerick  
RE Heihir Denis 24 Labourer 712/1   Clare  
RE Hollow Thomas 28 Miner -   Cornwall  
RE Hosking Sampson 22 Smith 779/1   Cornwall  
RE Howard Martin 26 Labourer 783/2   Clare  
RE Hunter Robert 19 Labourer 799/2   Kilmarnock, Ayrshire with parents
RE Hunter William 15 Labourer -  
RE Hynes John 21 Labourer 807/2   Kings co.  
GE Jackson Charles 21 Carpenter 818/1   Middlesex  
RE Keeffe Michael 22 Labourer 880/3   Clare  
RE Kelly Patrick 26 Labourer 888/1   Clare  
RE Keskeys Thomas 18 Miner 903/2   St. Hilary, Cornwall  
RE Lewis James 31 Fitter -   Staffordshire  
RE Maguire / McGuire John 21 Servant -   Cavan with sister ?
RE Marley Patrick 18 Labourer 1019/2   Clare  
RE Martin David 20 Miner -   Cornwall  
AP Martin Thomas 20 Miner -   Cornwall  
GE Matheson Daniel 26 Shepherd 1035/3   Sutherland  
RE McConnockie / McConochie Malcolm 26 Labourer -   Inverness  
RE McMahon Patrick 21 Labourer -   Clare  
RE McPhail Donald 28 Servant -   Lanark  
  Meehan Patrick 25 Labourer 1091/2   Tipperary  
RE Morgan Evan 23 Smelter -   Glamorgan  
GE Mowat James 28 Labourer -   Edinburgh  
RE Mulligan James 24 Servant 1148/2   Cavan  
RE Murphy John 22 Labourer 1154/2   Fermanagh  
RE Murphy Michael 27 Labourer 1155/1   Tipperary  
RE Neylon Martin 21 Labourer 1180/2   Clare  
AP Ninnes John 18 Miner 1187/1   Towednack, Cornwall with parents
AP Ninnes Samuel Curnow 24 Miner 1187/2  
RE Nuttall John 26 Miner 1201/3   Lancashire  
RE O'Brien John 18 Labourer 1204/1   Clare  
RE O'Connell Thomas 17 Labourer -   Clare  
RE O'Donohue Michael 22 Labourer -   Clare  
RE O'Donohue Patrick 25 Labourer 1209/1   Clare  
RE O'Donohue Thomas 20 Labourer -   Clare  
AP Packer James 25 Labourer 1227/2   Gloucester  
RE Pengelly William 15 Rope Maker 1264/2   Cornwall  
RE Peters Edward 18 Miner 1272/1   Cornwall  
GE Raymond Sylvester 19 Tailor -   Glamorgan  
RE Regan Michael 24 Labourer -   Clare  
RE Roach Paul 15 Miner 1361/3   Cornwall  
RE Roberts John 24 Miner 1364/2   Cornwall  
RE Rush Michael 29 Labourer 1404/1   Lancashire  
RE Ryan Patrick 21 Labourer 1411/3   Limerick  
RE Slattery Michael 18 Labourer -   Clare  
RE Slattery Patrick 25 Labourer -   Tipperary  
PP Smyth James 29 Labourer -   Westmeath  
RE Snell James 25 Engineer -   Essex  
RE Sullivan Patrick 22 Labourer -   Clare  
GE Taylor John 19 Miner 1580/2   Cornwall  
RE Teague John 25 Miner 1583/2   Cornwall  
RE Thomas H.D. 26 Miner 1591/3   Cornwall  
RE Thomas James 21 Miner 1592/3   Cornwall  
RE Thomas Joseph 20 Miner 1594/2   Cornwall  
RE Toole Patrick 25 Labourer 1612/3   Clare  
PP Townsend Alfred 18 Glasscutter 1615/1   Middlesex  
RE Treglowan John 43 Miner -   Cornwall  
RE Trembath William 20 Miner -   Middlesex  
GE Trevaskis William 28 Miner -   Cornwall  
RE Tromson James 26 Engineer -   Cornwall  
GE Trownson Josiah J. 22 Wright -   Cornwall  
RE Vivian Henry 24 Engineer -   Cornwall  
RE William John 20 Miner 1718/2   Cornwall  
RE William John R. 24 Miner -   Cornwall  
RE Winch Frederick 18 Carter -   Middlesex  
 
Single Women & children
RE Berth Catherine 17 Servant     Clare  
RE Bunfield Ann 21 Servant     Clare  
RE Bunfield Bridget Sister Marina 18 Servant 201/2   Clare  
RE Casey Anne 15 Dressmaker     Clare  
RE Casey Jean 38 Dressmaker     Clare  
RE Coin Bridget 20 Servant     Clare  
RE Conway Susan 34 Servant     Clare  
RE Crabbe Mary 34 Servant 336/1   Cornwall  
RE Cunningham Mary 20 Servant     Clare  
PP Daly Bridget 22 Servant     Clare  
RE Daly Mary 17 Servant 367/3   Clare with parents
RE Davies Jane 24 Dressmaker     Clare  
RE Devit Mrs. Bridget 25 Servant 401/1   Clare  
RE Devit Honor 1 child   Clare  
RE Devit Mary 2 child   Clare  
RE Devit Mary 20 Servant     Limerick  
RE Dowdon Catherine 24 Servant     Lancashire  
RE Driscoll Bridget 33 Servant     Clare  
RE Fitzpatrick Mary 17 Servant     Clare  
GE Garlick Eliza 24 Servant     Devon  
RE Gorman Sarah 22 Servant     Clare  
RE Hanney Margaret 25 Servant     Kings co.  
RE Hickey Bridget 20 Servant     Cork  
GE Johnson Ellen 25 Servant     Middlesex  
RE Keeffe Margaret 15 Servant 880/3   Clare  
GE Kelsall Jemima 16 Servant 889/3   Dukinfield, Cheshire with parents
RE Maguire / McGuire Ellen 14 Servant     Cavan  
RE Martigan Ellen 23 Servant     Tipperary Hartigan / Limerick ?
RE McAnaly / McAnally Mary A. 26 Servant     Westmeath  
RE McKevitt Eliza 1 child     Louth  
RE McMahon Catherine 22 Servant     Clare McNamara ?
RE McMahon John 2 child     Clare
RE McNamara Catherine 13 Servant 1084/1   Louth McNamee ?
RE McNamara James 15 Servant 1084/2   Louth
RE Meany Ellen 35 Servant     Clare  
RE Murphy Mary A. 20 Servant     Fermanagh  
RE Murphy Honora 23 Servant     Tipperary  
RE Nash Anne 20 Servant 1165/1   Clare  
AP Ninnes Alice 30 Servant     Towednack, Cornwall with parents
AP Ninnes Elizabeth Ann 15 Servant    
AP Ninnes Hannah 22 Servant    
AP Ninnes Mary 26 Servant    
RE O'Brien Honora 21 Servant 1203/2   Clare  
RE O'Donohue Bridget 24 Servant     Clare  
RE O'Donohue Bridget 12 Servant     Clare  
RE O'Donohue Margaret 44 Servant     Clare  
RE O'Loughlin Kate 18 Servant     Clare  
RE Openshaw Hannah 38 Servant     Lancashire  
RE Peters Amelia 17 Servant     Cornwall  
RE Quinn Catherine 21 Servant     Westmeath  
GE Shead Mary A. 22 Servant 1474/1   Edinburgh  
GE Sherring Jessie 33 Servant     Fifeshire  
GE Sherring Margaret 15 Servant     Fifeshire  
GE Taylor Elizabeth 26 Servant 1578/2   Heresford  
GE Wilson Elizabeth 22 Servant     Middlesex  

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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