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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 Verulam, 510 tons, Captain Henry Angel, from London 25th September 1860, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 27th December 1860

The South Australian Advertiser Friday 28 December 1860 p. 2
Thursday 27 December: The Verulam, barque, 510 tons, Henry Angel, Master, from London, September 25.
Passengers: Mrs. Henry Angel and family in the Cabin ; Charles Simmonds wife and three children ; G. Johns, John Greek and John Thomas in the Steerage.
 
THE VERULAM:-
The captain of the Verulam reports the Hamilla, Mitchell as having left several days before him. The Verulam made Kangaroo Island in 88 days, and has been but eight months from Port Adelaide, one month of which was spent in London.
 

Cargo of the Verulam, from London:-

76 cases, Elder, Stirling and Co ; 3 cases. J. G. Wright ; 7 crates, Order ; 1 case, G. Harlow ; 1 case Order ; 1 case, 2 bales, Acraman, Main, Lindsay and Co. ; 4 hhds., 4 qr. casks, Order ; 30 do., James Hill ; 13 cases, 28 trunks McArthur, Kinsborough and Co. ; 160 qr.-brls. gunpowder, 14 half-brls. do., Blyth Brothers ; 2 cases, 1 bale, Chapple, Gollan and Co. ; 4 cases, Sharland ; 85 casks, 100 drums, 13 cases, 20 kegs, 7 brls., F. H. Faulding ; 4 cases. G. White ; 26 trunks, Samuel Hart ; 16 bales, 8 cases, Abrahams and Thomson ; 9 trunks, 3 boxes. A. Dowie ; 6 cases, A. Jaffrey ; 4 trunks, F. Clark and Sons ; 14 cases, Order ; 12 cases, 2 casks, 2 bales, J. Colton ; 22 cases, Ripley Webb and Co.; 85 brls., Elder, Stirling, and Co. ; 2 crates, 1 case, W. Nicholls ; 2 cases, J. Colton ; 3 cases, 10 bales, F. Clark and Sons ; 3 cases, Order ; 1 qr-cask, W. De Mole ; 57 boxes, F. Clark and Sons ; 20,000 quarry tiles, Order ; 20 drums, J. Hill ; 3 cases, W. Butteis ; 75 hhds, 20 cases, 30 puncheons, Order ; 1 case agricultual implements, W.W. Tuxford ; 12 bales, Eder Stirling, and Co. ; 11 kegs, 10 grindstones, 24 camp ovens and covers, 24 iron pots, 4 brls , 2 puncheons, J. Scott ; 3 pipes, W.W. Tuxford ; 1 chest, J. Gilbert ; 7 cases, l cask, Jones Brothers ; 3 cases, 9 casks, 1 jar, 1 drum, l pig, Order ; 8 bdls., 5 cases, 2 casks, 2 bdls., F. Clark and Sons ; 10 qr. casks, 216 cases, R. Stuckey ; l case, G. W. Hawkes ; 100 casks. Elder, Stirling and Co. ; 1 hhd., Order ; 1 hhd., His Excellency Sir R.G. MacDonnell ; 46 qr.-brls., gunpowder, W.C. Bulk ; 3 trunks, Thompson ; l case, J. Skelton and Co. ; 4 hhds., 25 cases, 12 qr.-casks. J.H. Kaines ; 1 cask, E. Rowland ; 2-0 casks, A. Scott ; 17 bales, 20 cases, 1 box, Meyers and Neustadt ; 8 cases, F. Hasluck ; 21 bales, 30 cases, 1 cask, Order ; 1 case, l bale, D. and W. Murray ; 10 cases, 6 bales, 10 pkgs.. Skelton and Co. ; 1 case, Ridley ; 8 cases, 3 bdls., 1 cask, F.B. Carlin ; 8 cases, 1 bale, D. and W. Murray ;26 boxes, 3 puncheons, D.J. Fowler ; 3 bales, 4 cases, C. Platts ; 19 bdls, 2 cases, 6 casks, l bale, 33 drums, l br., Order ; 40 cases, 6 bales, G.R. Wills and Co. ; 7 cases, the Military Store Office ; l case, Hawkes ; 96 bdls., 5 bales, 5 casks, 11 cases, J. Colton ; 100 drums, 10 cases, 4 bales, F.H. Faulding ; 17 casts, 4 bales, 10 trunks, l parcel samples, Goode Brothers ; 7 bales, 3 cases, Gooch and Son ; 10 brls., Order ; 2 bales, 10 cases, J. Skelton and Co. ; 3 cases, 9 casks, 7 bdls., G. P. Harris ; 1 trunk, 5 drums, 1 hhd, 21 cases, G.A. and H. Bartleet ; 92 casks, 20 hhds., 426 cases, 5 hhds., 10 qr.-casks, 75 cases, 8 bales, S. Hart ; 100 kits herrings, Counsell and Co. ; 2 cases, N.V. Squarey ; 11 cases, W. Younghusband and Co. ; 5 cases, 8 trunks, J. Hill ; 1 tierce, 1 crate, 14 casks, 292 bales, 100 boxes, 422 cases, I.S. Henry ; l case, l8 machines, 29 cases, Order ; 5 casks, 20 bars iron, l case books, 2 parcels, 51 sheets lead, 20 pigs iron, 3 qr.-tierces, 2 half do., 39 kegs, 505 cases, 1 box, 1,283 bdls., 42 iron tanks, 1 box glass, Philip Levi and Co. ; 55 cases, 1 box, Herriot, Fullarton, and Co. ; 500 bags, Order ; 66 boxes tinplates, A. Scott ; 150 casks, W. Younghusband and Co.; 2 cases, 2 hhds, G. Rhodes ; 200 cases, G.A. and H. Bartleet ; 19 cases, 3 casks, the Officer Administering the Government of South Australia ; 2 cases, Jone Brothers ; 162 cases, 29 casks, 6 hhds., 13 bales. Order ; 93 plates, 90 ingots, 5 cases, the Officer Administering the Government South Australia ; 7 kegs, 51 boxes, 37 cases, 2 brls., 1 bell, 2 trunks, G A. and H, Barleet ; 600 tiles, Order.

. . . . — 4th ship from England to S.A. with government passengers for 1860 ; —0— births and —0— deaths on the passage ; —, surgeon-superintendent.
GRG 35/48/2 Crown lands and Immigrant ships papers
Surgeon Superintendent report.
" Deaths on the voyage" - none reported
Name Age Date of Death Cause of Death Where buried
         
Surgeon Superintendent Report "Births on Board" - none reported
Name of Mother   Date of Birth Sex of Infant  

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
Passengers
  Angel Henry n/a Master Mariner 32/1 England  
    Mrs. Mary [?] n/a        
    child n/a        
    child n/a        
    child n/a        
               
  Symons / Simmons Charles West 25 Miner 1570/2 St Austell Cornwall Redruth
    Mary Jane (Johns) 23        
    Pamella 5        
    Ellen 2        
    David inf        
               
  Crowle John 21 Miner 351/3 England  
               
  Greet John 20 Farm Labourer 615/2 St Mewan Cornwall  
               
  Thomas John 18 Miner 1693/3 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 number for further research) ; FreeBMD ; 1851 UK census'

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