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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

ship Trevelyan, 1,042 tons, Captain William Edwards, from London 1st July, Plymouth 6th July, 1875 arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 11th October 1875

The South Australian Register, Tuesday 12 October 1875 p. 4

Monday 11 October:— TREVELYAN, ship, 1,042 tons, William Edwards, master, from London July 1 via Plymouth July 6. Elder, Smith, and Co., agents. Passengers— Dr. and Mrs. Hardy, in the cabin ; and 262 statute adults in the steerage.:

NOTE: the 22 foreigners mentioned here ..."There are 166 English, 22 Scotch, 90 Irish, 22 foreigners," ...had all had their former Residence shown as England, so if anyone reading can provide their correct former Residence, it would be most appreciated....Occupation on the official passenger list, for some single men, differs from those listed in the newspaper. It is not known which is more correct ....thank you

. . . . — 7th ship from England to S.A. with government passengers for 1875 ; —0— births and —-2— deaths on the passage ; James A. Hardy, 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, CPCA = Colonial Passage Certificate - Assisted ; CPCFP = Colonial Passage Certificate - Full Paid ; UKAP = United Kingdom Assisted Passage regulation ; UKFP = United Kingdom Full Paid Passage regulation ; FP = Free Passage. — Robert
 
IMPORTS

TREVELYAN. from London— 15 tacks malt, 2 castings, 2 plates, 2 pillars, 2 jibs, 133 kegs nails, 2 rolls wirework, l00. bdls. wire, 134 deals, 25 qr.-casks brandy, l,00O bdls, poles, 400 do. plate, 28 cart arms, 1 case axles, 1,100 bags salt, 80 tons coal, 23 pkgs. passengers' baggage, 10 firkins pitch, 15 brls. do., 15 do. Tar, 15 runlets do., 210 drums oil, 4 pkgs. samples, 1,787 bdb. and 4,805 bars iron, 631 cases, 400 bdls., 23 crates, 31 pkgs., 34 casks, 979 kegs 3 hhds., 1 puncheon, 12 bales, and 13 firkins merchandise.

Per Trevelyan, from London—
For A. Cunningham— 10 cases.
For A. Simpson and Son— 141 bdls., 534 bars iron.
For D. and J. Fowler— 200 pkgs.

 
Miscellaneous Shipping

The Trevelyan hove in sight on Monday shortly before noon, and having- a fine running: breeze was soon within boarding distance. The number of arrivals had exhausted the force of pilots, so for want of a better guide the Shipping Reporter directed the vessel to a berth near the bell buoy, where she anchored, and was promptly boarded by Dr. Duncan, who at once proceeded with the muster. The captain, a fine specimen of a British master, last year was here in charge of the Darra. Returning to England he entered upon some pursuit ashore, but owing to the, to him, monotony of the existence entered Trinder Anderson's employ, and took the command of the fine ship he has brought with immigrants. Having taken in a cargo of general merchandise she left London on July 1, and at Plymouth received three hundred people. On July 8 she sailed, and next morning tacked ship off Ushant. There was a fresh south-west gale, with attendant rain, and such weather continued until the 15th, consequently the beginning of the voyage was not pleasant for the passengers, many of whom were seasick, and others were sick of the sea. On the 16th light north and north-east winds set in, continuing to 10° of north latitude, but the vessel's average speed only reached 100 miles per diem. The people on board were well over the mal de mer- before reaching the tropics. There was a pyrotechnic display on August 1, and lots of fun, particulars of which were sent to England by the Hawkhope, a homeward vessel which took a mail bag on Aug. 3. There followed along interval of calms and doldrums, and on the 13th the Line was crossed in 24° W., and light S.S.E. winds supervened. On August 26 she had reached lat. 25° S., long. 34° W.
On September 4 passed between Nightingale and Inaccessible Islands, and there experienced the first gale off air wind in which sail had to be shortened. The breeze proved a short puff, for in a few hours it fell calm, leaving a heavy rolling sea in which the Trevelyan showed her power of rolling. The 'tween decks became a scene of great confusion, as breakers chased beef kids with a crowd of pots, pans and kettles bringing up the rear. On September 7 the craft reached the prime meridian in 39° S. lat., and on the 11th, that of the Cape in 41 1/2  S. This was the first really good run of the voyage, as the ship rolled off 282 miles, but that rate was not sustained, as from the 12th to the 23rd she had unsteady weather and winds from every point of the compass. This dropped the sailing rate very low, but on September 21 a ' brave west wind' turned up, and for a while there were hopes of a good run in. Next day, however, the breeze fell calm, and it was October 3 before the ship passed the Leuwin. Thence to Cape Borda she had light east winds, and from there made a good run to the roads. Many people will welcome back Captain Edwards with pleasure, and look forward to his being constantly employed in the emigrant trade, for which his hearty manner and urbane conduct especially fit him. The ship will probably be towed into harbour on Tuesday afternoon.

 
The South Australian Register, Tuesday 12 October 1875 p. 6
THE IMMIGRANT SHIP TREVELYAN.

In these days of fine ships it is hard to say when the superlative of accommodation at sea is reached, but although not one of the modern school the Trevelyan is certainly a well-selected vessel for the transport of immigrants.
She has a good height between decks, has excellent ventilation, is clean, and is well regulated, probably in consequence of the capital understanding which appears to exist between the surgeon-superintendent and the master, aided by the good offices of Mrs. Whiting, the matron. She of course had the principal charge of the single girls, and well acquitted herself, and if they prove to be what their appearance would lead people to expect the colony will be greatly benefited by the arrival In the poop the hospitals baths, and lavatories find place ; thus the cabin proper is much contracted, and below in the after end of the 'tween docks is the compartment for girls, 84 of whom find there comfortable quarters. The fittings of this department are much the same as those ordinarily in use, but in the next space devoted to the families a complete reformation is notable. Instead of the old plan of berths at the sides the whole area is divided, into small staterooms, so as to ensure an amount of privacy not otherwise obtainable. The whole are well ventilated, and as clean as it is possible to make them. The single men's compartment is fitted with bunks, though some of the occupants had wisely provided hammocks as preferable. On deck is found the cooking gear and water distiller; but although the latter has been in good working order the passengers have been supplied from the ship's tanks as most conducive to good health. The Surgeon-Superintendent is Dr. Hardy, a gentleman of colonial birth, who has returned to Adelaide to practice his profession.
His report regarding the people on board is highly favourable; therefore it maybe concluded that as a whole they are an acquisition. There are 166 English, 22 Scotch, 90 Irish, 22 foreigners, and the industrial lists show a preponderance of artisans and labourers. The passage has proved agreeable.

The following jottings are from a passenger's diary:— 'On July 8 sailed from Plymouth, having in addition to 300 souls two stowaways and a crew of 36 hands. The voyage passed very pleasantly until the tropics, when there was some sickness set in amongst the juveniles, and two infants died; but beyond this there was nothing of an alarming character.' On Sunday, the 10th, the vessel sighted Cape Borda, and on Monday the Press boat was vociferously welcomed as she went alongside, and soon after the ship was brought to anchor.

The following is a list of the immigrants:

Married Couples.—
W. Allgood, labourer, wife and five children;
L J. Bailey, farm labourer, wife and six children;
John Bradley, do., wife and two children;
Abraham Burt, labourer, and wife;
Wm. Barnes, do., and wife;
Miles Butterworth, do., wife and three children;
Peter Coffey, farm labourer, wife and child;
Michael Considine, labourer, wife and one child;
Henry Emmett, do., and wife;
Pat Fitzgerald, farm labourer, wife and seven children;
Andrew Gogerly, labourer, wife and four children;
Thomas Howard, turner and joiner, and wife;
John Hall, gardener, wife and one child;
John Hopkins, labourer, wife and one child;
Thomas Hurry, farm labourer, wife and two children;
Edward Johncock, labourer, and wife;
Pat Kennedy, do., wife and child;
John Kennedy, farm labourer, wife and child;
Joseph Lord, carpenter, wife and five children;
James Menzies, do., wife and child;
Carl Menzel, agricultural labourer, wife and two children;
John Menzies, engineer, wife and five children;
James Murdoch, joiner, wife and three children;
Edward Pearce, miner, wife and child;
J. Gottfried Reinhold, agricultural labourer, wife and child;
Heinrich Schultz, do., wife .and child;
William H. Thomas, miner, wife and five children;
Daniel Thompson, labourer, and wife;
Pat White, do., wife and child;
Amos Warren, agricultural labourer, and wife;
Henry Yates, plasterer, wife and five children:
John Martin, coppersmith, wife and two children.

Single-Men.—
Samuel Abrahams, tailor; Michael Arnine, labourer; Christian Aberie, baker; Fred Bocher, agricultural labourer; Edward Bell, ironsmith; John Beck, labourer; John Boland, agricultural labourer; James Browne, do; Jas. F. Bristow, labourer; Chas. Bohn, baker; John Brodie, boilermaker; Timothy Cronin, agricultural labourer; Pat Cullen, ploughman; Hugh Campbell, labourer;  Samuel Campbell, agricultural labourer; Andrew Craig, blacksmith; Daniel Carry, farm labourer; Timothy Daly, do.; Geo. F. Downey, carpenter; Henry Ducron, butler; George Evans, agricultural labourer; William Ellery, copper miner; Chas. Emblin,  labourer; Charles Fitzsimons, agricultural labourer; Samuel Falkner, labourer; Carl Fuchs, labourer; Robert Fuchs, labourer; Thomas Forster, railway labourer; Matthew Galligan, agricultural labourer ; Thos. Galligan, do.; Chas. Godfrey, do.; Pat Fogerty, labourer; Johann H. Grieger, agricultural labourer ; Johnann E. Greiger, do.; Ferdinand Helling, do.; David Hunter, machine maker ; Archibald Hamilton, currier ; John Hopkins, labourer; James Hopkins, do.; Herbert Hortin, agricultural labourer ; Ted Jacob, do. ; Robert Knightly, do.; John Kennedy, do.; Thomas Lamb, do.; Hedley Laver, labourer ; Bartholomew McKenna, agricultural labourer; John Murphy, do.; Pat Miller, do.; Brien McGuire, agricultural labourer ; Hy. McGuire, labourer; Henry McKenzie, labourer; Wm. May, agricultural labourer ; August Neeman, do.; John Nicol, currier; John Newton, baker; Dan. O'Callaghan, agricultural labourer; George Osborne, labourer; Dan O'Grady, compositor; James Plant, gardener; Charles Polain, cabinetmaker; Pat Quin, ploughman; John Rustler, cooper; Pat Reilly, mason; Andrew Ramage, baker; John Rooney, gardener; James Rooney, agricultural labourer; Philip Kelly, do.; David Scanlan, do.; John Stove, carpenter; Robert Stewart, agricultural labourer; John Thompson, fitter; Edward Treacy, labourer; Walter Thom, do.; Robert Taylor, mechanic; John Taylor, tailor; Alexander Williams, agricultural labourer; James Weiderman, do.; Gustav Weiderman, do.; John Waterman, labourer ; George Wilson, engineer ; John Willoughby, labourer; and William C. Stockton, butcher.

Single Women.—
Sarah Arnett, 21; Bridget Bird, 13; Eliza Bayliss, 25; Susan Backham, 39; Mary Carroll, 22; Kate Cook,20; Ellen Considine, 15; Eliza Considine,18; Mary Campbell, 17; Eliza Carter,31; Julia Charlton, 19; Sarah Davison,18 ; Ann Dollen, 33 ; Catherine Duvernay, 24; Mary Day, 26; Honora Fitzgerald, 64; Ann Fitzmaurice, 38 ; Caroline Fuchs, 47 ; Louisa Fuchs, 15; Lettie Ford, W; Ann Galvin, 21 ; Ann Gogerty, 18 ; Clara Greenwood, 19; Hannah Groves, 58; Grace Groves, 15; Bridget Hayes, 17; E. Harvey, 20; Alice Harry, 31; R. Heffernan, 19; R. Hambleton, 19; Maria Hopkins, 17; M. Hayhurst, 20 ; Louisa Hibblewhite, 22; Margaret Jerach, 27; Jane Jerach, 29 ; Annie Jacob. 17 ; Fanny Jacob, 15 ; Mary Johnson, 16; Catherine Keane, 17; Mary Kilday,18; Margaret Keanealey, 17; Mary Knott, 19;Helen Kerr, 33; Mary Kennedy, 20; Elizabeth Kennedy, 15; Elisa Kemp, 25; Julia Kerridge,31 ; Mary Lloyd, 35; Amy Lock, 17 ; Emma May, 22; Bridget Murphy, 21 ; Margaret Murphy,18 ; Kate Murphy, 19 ; Nanny Mitchell, 19 ; Jessie McDonald, 27; Alice Maguire, 18; Bridget Molan, 56; Margaret Murphy, 18; Mary March,19; Mary McAuliffe, 22 ; Elizabeth Newsome, 20; Catherine O'Neil, 18; Adelaide Phair, 23 ;Sarah Packer, 39; Ada Price, 16; Margaret Quirk, 19; Annie Roughton, 19 ; Mary Ranger, 24; Jessie Stewart, 29; Hannah Swaine, 59; Hannah Smith, 59; Mary Sharp, 30; Jane Sharp, 2; Sarah Tilson, 20; Lavinia Webster, 21; Bridget Walsh, 11; Julia Ward, 21; Jane Ward,45; Rosalie Widermann, 52; Emma Williams, 16; Elizabeth Winstone, 27; Margaret Whiting, 40; Hannah Bowering, 23; Christiana Merrifield, 17.

The classification of the occupations is as follows:—
Bakers 4, butler 1, butcher 1, carpenters and joiners 5, curriers 2, cabinetmakers 2, compositor 1, cooper 1, domestic servants 64,cooks 5, nurses 2, housemaids 5, draper's assistant 1, laundresses 2, plain worker ), midwife 1,gardeners 4, miners (copper) 4, machinemaker 1,mason 1, plasterer 1, tailors 2, smiths' fitters, etc.7, agricultural labourers 48, do. general 32.

 
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
Hurry, Clara inf August 2, 1875 Diarrhoea and Bronchitus at sea
Gogerly, William inf August 4, 1875 Diarrhoea and Hydrocephalus at sea
         
Surgeon Superintendent Report "Births on Board"
Name of Mother   Date of Birth Sex of Infant  
    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
UKAP Allgood William 37 Labourer 20/1   Battersea, Surrey  
    Sarah (Nightingale?) 36          
    Emily 13          
    James 8          
    Alice 6          
    Harriet 3          
    Henry 1          
                 
AKAP Bailey Levi John 37 Farm Labourer 56/2   Honiton, Devon  
    Ann (Dowell) 37          
    George 12          
    Mary 10          
    Louisa 8          
    William 6          
    Fred 3          
    Jessie 1          
                 
CPCA Barnes William 41 Labourer 77/2   England  
    Charlotte 44          
                 
UKAP Bradley John 24 not stated 161/1   England Ireland in BISA
    Margaret (O'Neill) 29          
    James 3          
    Patrick 2          
                 
UKFP Burt Abraham 30 Labourer 210/3   Bethnal Green, London  
    Ann (Ammon) 28         Annie Matilda (Ammon)
                 
UKAP Butterworth Miles 35 Labourer 217/1   Huddersfield, Yorkshire West Riding to NSW
    Sarah Ann (Smith? or Haigh?) 33          
    Thomas 5          
    Harriet 1          
    George inf          
                 
UKFP Coffey Peter 23 Farm Labourer 293/3   Ireland Killarney ?
    Mary (Coffey) 21          
    Mary inf          
                 
UKAP Considine Michael 23 Labourer 309/2   Ireland to NSW
    Honora F. 22          
    John 1          
                 
UKFP Emmett Henry 23 Labourer 470/2   Newton Abbot. Devon  
    Emma (Hern) 20          
                 
CPCA Fitzpatrick Patrick 34 Farm Labourer 506/1   Ireland  
    Margaret 30          
    Morris 10          
    Patrick 8          
    Garrett 6          
    John 5          
    Michael 3          
    Lawrence 2          
    Honora inf          
                 
CPCA Gogarty / Gogerty Andrew 43 Labourer 581/3   Trim, Ireland with family
    Catherine (Fortune) 27          
    John 11          
    Mary 8          
    James 7          
    William inf         died at sea, Aug 4, 1875
                 
CPCA Hall John 36 Gardener 647/3   Ireland  
    Margaret 34          
    John 11          
                 
UKAP Hopkins John 47 Labourer 773/2   Islington, Middlesex with family
    Mary Ann (Bartholomew) 40          
    Caroline Matilda 4          
                 
UKAP Howard Thomas 38 Turner / Joiner 783/3   England Lancashire ?
    Agnes 42          
                 
UKAP Hurry Thomas George 29 Farm Labourer 801/3   Islington, London  
    Mary Child (Willis) 29          
    Edith Mary 2          
    Clara Jane inf         died at sea, Aug 2, 1875
                 
UKAP Johncock Edward 30 Labourer 844/3   Faversham, Kent  
    Harriet (Jackson) 30          
                 
UKAP Kennedy John 47 Farm Labourer 894/3   Hexham, Northumberland with family
    Mary (Copeland) 45          
    Nicholas 5          
                 
CPCA Kennedy Patrick 28 Labourer 895/2   Ireland  
    Mary (Copps) 30          
    Mary inf          
                 
UKAP Lord Joseph 34 Carpenter 984/2   Martinhoe, Devon  
    Mary (Squires) 33          
    Mary A. 9          
    John 7          
    Ellen 5          
    Bessie 2          
    Frances inf          
                 
UKFP Martin John 33 Copper Miner 1028/1   Kea, Cornwall to NSW ?
    Elizabeth Jane (Barrett) 31          
    John 9          
    James Henry 2          
                 
UKAP Menzel Johann Karl Friedrich Wilhelm 28 Agr. Labourer 1095/2   Raednitz, Crossen  
    Johanne Louise (Schentke) 26          
    Johanne Louise Pauline 2          
    Ernst Paul inf          
                 
UKAP Menzies James 38 Gardener 1096/1   Bootle, Lancashire born Scotland
    Jessie 40          
    James 13          
                 
UKAP Menzies John 33 Engineer 1096/1   Dundee, Angus  
    Jessie (Kerr) 31          
    Helen 9          
    Mary 6          
    John 4          
    James 2          
    Margaret inf          
                 
UKAP Murdock James Campbell 33 Joiner 1152/2   Leeds, Yorkshire  
    Emily (Gawan) 30          
    Emily Jane 8          
    Lucy 3          
    Alice inf          
                 
CPCA Pearce Edwin / Edward 35 Miner 1255/1   England  
    Elizabeth 33          
    Charles 9          
                 
CPCA Reinhold Johann Gottfried 34 Agr. Labourer -   Raednitz, Crossen  
    Johanne Louise (Spade) 32          
    Karoline Wilhelmine Bertha 6          
                 
CPAM Schultz Heinrich 27 Agr. Labourer 1449/1   England German ?
    Charlotte 25          
                 
CPCA Thomas William Henry 31 Miner -   Gwenapp, Cornwall  
    Amelia (Bice) 32          
    Mary Jane 11          
    William Henry 9          
    Amelia Ann 6          
    Samuel 4          
    Ida 2          
                 
UKAP Thompson Daniel Deeley 32 Labourer 1600/1   Birmingham, Warwickshire  
    Sarah (Glover) 32          
                 
UKFP Warren Amos 34 Agr. Labourer 1676/2   Trevornick, Cornwall  
    Josepha (Warren) 34          
                 
UKAP White Patrick 27 Labourer -   Ireland  
    Margaret (Hogan) 20          
    Mary 1          
                 
UKAP Yates Henry 42 Plaster 1753/2   Sutton, Surrey  
    Ruth (Pye) 32          
    Henry 9          
    Charles 7          
    Emily 3          
    Emma 10         age 19 ? ... relative ?
    Elizabeth 13          
 
Names Age Occupation B-index BMD Residence Remarks
  Last Given
Single Men
UKFP Aberle Christian 26 Baker 3/2   England  
UKAP Abraham Samuel 22 Tailor 4/1   England  
UKFP Arnim Michael 22 Labourer 37/3   England  
UKFP Beck John 18 Labourer -   England  
UKAP Bell Edward 21 Iron Turner -   England  
UKAP Bocker Fred 27 Agr. Labourer -   England  
UKAP Bohn Charles 20 Baker -   England  
CPCA Boland John 19 Agr. Labourer 129/1   Ireland  
UKAP Bristow James Henry 21 Labourer -   England  
UKAP Brodie John 22 Boiler Maker 180/1   England  
UKFP Browne James 20 Agr. Labourer 191/3   Ireland  
UKFP Campbell Hugh 20 Labourer 232/2   Ireland  
UKAP Campbell Samuel 22 Agr. Labourer 233/2   Ireland  
UKAP Corry Daniel 22 Farm Labourer -   Ireland  
UKAP Craig Andrew 27 Blacksmith 336/2   Scotland  
UKFP Cronin Timothy 20 Agr. Labourer 345/2   Ireland  
UKFP Cullen Patrick 20 Ploughman 354/3   Ireland  
UKFP Daly Timothy 23 Farm Labourer -   Ireland  
UKAP Downey George H. 20 Carpenter -   England  
UKAP Ducrow Henry 30 Butler 433/1   England  
UKFP Ellery William 21 Copper Miner -   England  
UKFP Emblin Charles 23 Labourer -   England  
UKAP Evans George 18 Abr. Labourer -   England  
CPCA Falkner Samuel 19 Labourer 483/1   Ireland  
CPCA Fitzgerald Lawrence 22 Labourer 505/3   Ireland  
UKFP Fitzsimons Charles 23 Agr. Labourer 507/3   Ireland  
UKFP Forster Thomas 21 Railway Labourer -   England  
CPCA Fuchs Carl 14 child 537/1   Germany ? with mother
CPCA Fuchs Robert 12 child 537/2  
UKFP Galligan Matthew 23 Agr. Labourer 544/3   Ireland  
UKFP Galligan Thomas 25 Agr. Labourer 544/3   Ireland  
UKFP Godfrey Charles 22 Agr. Labourer -   Ireland  
CPCA Gogerty Patrick 16 Labourer -   Ireland with parents
UKAP Grieger Johann E. 16 Agr. Labourer -   England  
CPAM Grieger Johann H. 19 Agr. Labourer -   England  
UKAP Hamilton Archibald 22 Currier 655/2   Scotland  
UKAP Hellwig Johann Karl Ferdinand 24 Agr. Labourer 716/2   Raednitz, Crossen  
UKAP Hitzler Emil 25 Cabinet maker 747/1   England  
UKFP Hopkins James Robert 15 Labourer -   Islington, Middlesex with parents
UKFP Hopkins John Henry 19 Labourer -  
UKFP Hortin Herbert 19 Agr. Labourer -   Charwelton, Northamptonshire  
UKFP Hortin Thomas 17 Agr. Labourer -    
UKAP Hunter David 22 Machine maker -   Scotland  
CPCA Jacob Frederick 18 Agr. Labourer 820/3   England  
UKAP Kennedy John 12 child -   Hexham, Northumberland with parents
UKFP Knightly Robert 25 Agr. Labourer 928/1   Ireland  
UKFP Lamb Thomas 25 Agr. Labourer -   Ireland  
UKFP Laver Hedley 16 Labourer 956/3   England  
UKFP May William 25 Agr. Labourer -   England  
UKAP McGuire Brien 25 Agr. Labourer -   Ireland  
UKFP McKenna Bartholomew 20 Agr. Labourer 1073/1   Ireland  
UKAP McKenzie Henry 25 Labourer -   Scotland  
UKAP Miller Patrick 21 Agr. Labourer -   England  
CPCA Murphy John 22 Agr. Labourer -   Ireland  
CPAM Nesemann August 34 Agr. Labourer 1172/3   England Europe in BISA
UKFP Newton John 22 Baker 1180/1   Scotland  
UKAP Nicol John 28 Carrier 1185/1   Scotland  
UKAP O'Callaghan Daniel 19 Agr. Labourer 1205/3   Ireland  
  O'Grady John 24 Labourer -   Ireland  
UKF Osborne George 33 Labourer 1222/3   England  
UKAP Plant James 39 Agr. Labourer 1289/3   Ireland  
UKAP Polain Charles James 19 Gardener 1294/1   Bethnal Green, Middlesex to Victoria
UKAP Quinn Patrick 21 Cabinet Maker 1323/1   England  
UKAP Ramage Andrew 21 Mason -   Ireland  
CPCA Reilly Patrick 27 Cooper 1343/1   England  
UKF Rooney James 17 Labourer 1384/1   Ireland ?  
UKF Rooney John 25 Agr. Labourer 1384/1   Scotland ?  
UKF Rushton John 19 Ploughman 1404/2   England  
UKF Scanlon David 21 Gardener 1433/2   Ireland  
UKF Skelly Phillip 22 Baker -   Scotland  
UKAP Stewart Robert 27 Engineer 1549/1   England  
  Stockton William C. 26 Butcher -   England  
UKF Stove John 28 Agr. Labourer -   Ireland  
UKAP Taylor John 22 Fitter -   England  
UKF Taylor Robert Henry 21 Agr. Labourer 1581/3   England  
UKF Thomson / Thompson John 23 Agr. Labourer 1602/2   England  
UKAP Thom Walter Hunter Steverson 22 Carpenter 1589/3   Glasgow, Lanarkshire  
UKF Treacy Edward 22 Agr. Labourer -   Ireland  
UKAP Waterman John 18 Tailor 1676/2   Ireland  
UKF Watson George 25 Agr. Labourer -   England  
CPAM Wiedermann Gustav Franz 14 Mechanic 1708/2   Germany with mother | to Victoria
CPAM Wiedermann Joseph Franz 14 Labourer -  
UKF Williams Alexander 17 Labourer -   England  
UKF Willoughby John 23 Agr. Labourer -   England  
UKF Wilson George 32 Agr. Labourer -   England  
 
Single Women & children
  Whiting Margaret 40 Matron     England  
                 
UKFP Arnett Sarah 21 Domestic Servant     England  
UKFP Backham Susan 39 Cook     England  
UKFP Bayliss Elizabeth 25 Domestic Servant     England  
UKFP Bird Bridget 18 Domestic Servant     Ireland  
UKFP Bowering Hannah 23 Cook     England  
UKFP Campbell Mary 17 Domestic Servant     Scotland  
UKFP Carroll Mary 22 Domestic Servant     Ireland  
UKFP Carter Eliza 31 Nurse     England  
UKFP Charlton Julia 18 Domestic Servant     England  
UKFP Considine Eliza 18 Domestic Servant     Ireland  
UKAM Considine Ellen 15 Domestic Servant     Ireland  
UKFP Cook Kate 20 Domestic Servant     Ireland  
UKFP Davison Sarah 18 Domestic Servant     Ireland  
UKFP Day Mary 26 Housemaid     England  
UKFP Dollen Ann 38 Domestic Servant     Ireland  
UKFP Duvernay Catherine 24 Domestic Servant     England  
CPC Fitzgerald Honora 54 Farm Servant     Ireland  
UKFP Fitzmaurice Ann 38 Domestic Servant     Ireland  
CPCA Ford Lettie 19 Draper's Assistant     England  
UKAM Fuchs Caroline 47 -     Germany ? with sons
CPC Fuchs Louisa 15 -      
UKF Galvin Ann 21 Domestic Servant     Ireland  
CPCA Gogerty Ann 18 Domestic Servant     Ireland with parents
UKFP Greenwood Clara 19 Domestic Servant     England  
UKFP Groves Grace 15 Domestic Servant     Langham, Essex  
UKFP Groves Hannah 58 Laundress      
UKF Hambleton Rosa 19 Servant     England  
CPCA Harry Alice 31 Domestic Servant     England  
UKF Harvey Elizabeth 20 Domestic Servant     England  
CPCA Hayes Bridget 17 Domestic Servant     Ireland  
UKF Hayhurst Margaret 20 Kitchen Maid     England  
CPCA Heffernan Rosetta 19 Plain Worker     Ireland  
UKF Hibblewhite Louisa 22 Domestic Servant     England  
UKF Hopkins Maria Eleanor 17 Domestic Servant     Islington, Middlesex with parents
CPCA Jacob Annie 17 Domestic Servant     England  
CPCA Jacob Fanny 15 Domestic Servant     England  
UKF Jerach Jane 24 Domestic Servant     Scotland  
UKF Jerach Margaret 27 Domestic Servant     Scotland  
UKF Johnson Mary 16 Domestic Servant     England  
CPCA Keane Catherine 17 Domestic Servant     Ireland  
UKF Keanealey Margaret 17 Domestic Servant     Ireland  
CPCA Kemp Eliza 23 Domestic Servant     Ireland  
UKF Kennedy Elizabeth 18 Domestic Servant     Hexham, Northumberland with parents
UKF Kennedy Mary 20 Domestic Servant    
UKF Kerr Helen 33 Domestic Servant     Scotland  
UKF Kerridge Julia 31 Nurse     England  
UKF Kilday Mary 18 Domestic Servant     Ireland  
UKF Knott Mary 19 Cook 928/3   England  
UKF Lloyd Mary 35 Servant     England  
UKF Lock Amy 17 Housemaid     England  
UKF Maguire Alice 18 Domestic Servant     Ireland  
UKF March Mary 19 Domestic Servant     England  
UKF May Emma 22 Domestic Servant     England  
UKF McAuliffe Mary 22 Cook     England  
UKF McDonald Jessie 27 Domestic Servant     England  
UKF Merrifield Christiana 17 Domestic Servant     St Just, Cornwall  
UKF Mitchell Nanny 19 Domestic Servant     England  
UKFP Molan Bridget 56 Domestic Servant     Ireland  
UKF Murphy Bridget 21 Domestic Servant     Ireland  
UKF Murphy Kate 19 Domestic Servant      
UKF Murphy Margaret 18 Domestic Servant      
UKF Murphy Margaret 18 Domestic Servant     Ireland  
UKF Newsome Elizabeth 20 Domestic Servant 1179/2   England  
UKF O'Neill Catherine 18 Domestic Servant     Ireland  
UKF Packer Sarah 39 Domestic Servant     England  
CPCA Phair Adelaide Louisa 23 Housemaid     England ? to Victoria
UKF Price Ada 16 Domestic Servant     England  
CPCA Quirk Margaret 19 Domestic Servant     Ireland  
UKF Ranger Mary 24 Nursemaid     England  
UKF Roughton Annie 19 Domestic Servant     England  
CPCA Sharp Jane 2 child     Scotland  
CPCA Sharp Mary 30        
UKF Smith Hannah 19 Cook     England  
UKF Stewart Julia 29 Domestic Servant     England  
CPC Swaine Hannah 59 Midwife     England  
CPCA Tilson Sarah 20 Domestic Servant     Ireland  
CPCA Walsh Bridget 11 child     Ireland  
CPCA Ward Jane 45 Farm Servant     Ireland  
CPCA Ward Julia 21 Farm Servant     Ireland  
UKF Webster Lavinia 21 Domestic Servant     England  
CPAM Wiedermann Rosalie / Rosalia (Straznitzky / Striznitzke) 52 Housework     Germany with sons | to Victoria
UKF Williams Emma 16 Domestic Servant     England  
UKF Winstone Elizabeth 27 Laundrymaid     England  

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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