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ships from England to Victoria 1851

Assisted Immigrants
January 25 1851
Slains Castle,
barque, 503 tons, H. T. C. Andrew, commander,
from London 29th. September.
PASSENGERS.
James Allen, wife and family, W Bastings, wife and family,
Joseph Blackenby and wife, T H Broughton, wife and family,
F Baines, wife and family, Eliza Bishop, Sophia Beck, Letitia Burgh,
Sarah Blackburn, Hy Chittle, wife and child, Jane Carter, Mary Anne Cohen,
Hannah and Matilda Davis, Fred, Hy, and F Danniels, Chas Duckett,
J Dilly, wife and family, Mary and Margaret Doyle, Eliza Dunford,
Charles Edwards, wife and family, George Francis, wife and Child,
John Field, wife and family, Ellen French, Henry George, Jasper John
Elizabeth Henry and Richard George, James Gibblet, wife and child,
A Gorman and wife, C. Groves, W Heath, Eliza and Wm Hunter, A Hinshull,
Sarah Harvey, Ellen Jackson, Charlotte Jeffrey, John Hay and wife,
William Kilpatrick, wife and family, Whalley King, Thos Lutz, wife and family,
Joseph Lucas, wife and family, Letitia Lee, Jas Marsh, wife and family,
William Maskell, wife and family, Sarah Macpherson, Roseana Macgregor,
George North, Samuel Penn, William Parsons, Madeline O'Brien,
Mary Ann Nugent, Mary Leeson, John Potter, S Risdale,
Jas Kister, wife and child, Joseph Shepherd, Geo Sanderson,
D Smith, wife and child, Thomas Tilly, wife and family,
Anne and Emma Taylor, Thomas Tilley, sen. wife and family,
James Williams, wife and family, William Threadgold, wife and child,
A. Whitely, wife and family, Mrs. Webster and family, Alex Webster,
John Whatten and wife, Eliza and Margaret Wheeler, E Ray, Lewis Daniells.
FOR ADELAIDE
James Blackburn, wife and family, James Bletchmore, wife and family,
Stephen Bastard, M Bayley, J Croome and wife,
John Crossland, wife and family, F Deacon, wife and family,
Thomas Davis and wife, Hy Danisell, Thos Filaston, John Hornblower and wife,
E. Johnson, R Knewstub, W Maidmeal, wife and family, B Norton, wife and family,
Peter and John Norman, F Morton, Eliza Penny and family,
Eliza Poole, Fanny Peters, D Rees John Sorrell,
wife and family, Ellen Turner, Julia Wells and child.
Thos. D. Lateward, Agent.

January 25 1851
Maitland,
ship, 648 tons, Wm. Henry, commander, from Plymouth 8th October.
Passengers
CABIN
Mr Ritter and lady,
Mr Grenfell, Mr Noding, Mr and Mrs Chinnery,
Mr. R Grant, Mr Bradshaw, Rev Wm Miller, United
Presbyterian Missionary, Mrs Miller, Mr Aitcheson, Mr Curling,
Miss Hickman, Mr Glass, Miss Glass, Mr and Mrs Rose. Davis, Esq. surgeon
INTERMEDIATE
George Baston, George Rogers,
John Hewitt, wife and family, James Cleghorn,
Thomas Baily, wife and family, Charlotte Carpenter,
Ursula Woolman, Mary Woolman, Eli Day, Boaz Buck,
James Fletcher, Henry Dunster, wife and family,
Charles Paul, James Chamberlain, wife and child,
Thomas Harbridge, A Smith wife and family, Lewis Butler,
C. Way and wife; Mary Fletcher, James Stoddart, W. Ling,
Robert Maubrey, S Thomns, Sarah Williams, Robert Breeze and wife,
D Chapman, wife and child, W. Hodgkin, Thomas Hooke, John Honey,
Patrick Haynes, A Hayes, wife and family, John Lachlan,
E Salter, Anne and John Shepherd, Mary and Louisa Smith,
?ary Thomas and family.
Dalgety, Gore, and Co. Agents.

January 31 1851
Harpley,
ship, 547 tons, Thomas Buckland, commander,
from Plymouth via Adelaide, 27th inst.
Passengers
Capt. Cameron, Messrs Mills, Purchase, Smith,
S Walsh, F. Walsh, Yellows, Townley, Johnson, McCooney,
Hills, Ratcliff, Brown, Smith, Calthrop, Maude,
Steinthrope, Mackeny, Cosby, Caurthors, Dunlop,
Hewitt, Cherey, Howell, Martin, Oliver, Fairhurst, Carter,
Hobler, Kimey, Birming, Leek, Smith, Wright, R and G Rogers,
Wheeler, Hodgetts, Gamble, Wood, J and T Allen,
G and T Reddish, George, Jones, Hammond, Hogue,
Lecke, Sheppard, Middleton, Clear, T Clear,
Warren, Sweetman, Henshaw, Misses Beard,
Davis, Tallow, Wood, C Wood, A and J Hugall,
A and T Motherwell, Jenndtt, A Saville, Algiers
Walker, Donovan, Fox, Mr and Mrs Allen, Mr and Mrs Murphy,
Mr. and Mrs Brooks, Mr and Mrs Williams and son, Mr and Mrs Phillips,
Mr. and Mrs Duncan, Mr and Mrs Browne, Mr. and Mrs. Headings,
Mr. and Mrs. Cain, and two sons, Mr. and Mrs. Harper,
Mr and Mrs Singleton and family, Messdames, Wright, Wheeler,
Gardaner, Gardener, Walsh, Davis, Motherwell, Bennett.
C. Browne and Co, Agents.

March 14 1851
Harry Lorrequer,
ship, 985 tons,
Richard Jeffares, commander, from Plymouth
November 26, Passengers
CABIN
Mrs. Jeffares, E. C. Strutt, Esq., Surgeon Superintendent,
and three hundred and eight emigrants in the steerage.
Watson and Wight, agents.
ADCOCK William
ALLEN John and Betsy
BAKER Elizabeth and family
BARRY Jane
BATT George
BOURKE Catherine
BOWEN Francis
BRODIE James, Bridget and family
BURTON Timothy, Mary and family
CARDEN Mary
CAREY Andrew
CARROLL Margaret
CARTHY Mary
CASEY Eliza
CASEY Isabella
CASEY Joseph
CLARK Catherine
CONNOR Thomas and Mary
CORBETT James
CROW Letitia
CURRY Mathew, Jane and family
CUSHION Thomas, Anne and family
DEANE Patrick, Ellen and family
DONNELLY William and Bridget
EGAN Anne and family
EGAN Martin
EGAN Mary
EGAN Mary
EGAN Patrick
EGAN Patrick, Maria and family
EGAN William, Margaret and family
EGGINTON George and Mary
FITNESS John, Caroline and family
FITNESS Samuel
FITZPATRICK Edmond, Mary and family
FLANNAGAN Margaret
FLANNAGAN Margaret
FLINN Michael, Mary and family
FLYNN Mary
FOGARTY Anne
FOGARTY Patrick
FOGARTY Patrick, Judith and family
FOX John and Mary Ann
FULLER Letitia
GILMORE Mary and family
GLEESON Bridget and family
GRADY Bridget
GRADY Catherine
GRADY James
GRADY Mary
GRAHAM Jane
GRAHAM Phillip
GRANITE John, Ellen and family
GRICE Mary Ann and family
GUNNER Henry
HAINES Nancy
HALL Mary Ann
HALLORAN Connor
HALLORAN Patrick, Eliza and family
HARRIS Henry or John, Honora and family
HAYES Mark, Maria and family
HAYES Thomas, Catherine and family
HIGGINSON James, Anne and family
HOCKIN Henry, Charlotte and family
HOGAN Denis
HOGAN Rody, Judith and family
HOLLAND Anne
HOLLAND Thomas
HOUGH Anne
HOUGH Simon and family
HUNT Catherine and family
HYLAND John
IRELAND Thomas
KEATING Matthew and family
KELLY Henry
KELLY John
KELLY Mary
KELLY Mary
KELLY Michael, Winifred and family
KELSO Joseph, Margaret and family
KENNEDY Catherine
KENNEDY Daniel, Catherine and family
KENNEDY John
KENNEDY Margaret
KENNEDY Michael
KITE Mary
LOVE Samuel, Rosetta and family
LYNCH Jeremiah
LYNCH John
MALONE Mary
MATTHEWS Margaret
McGORLICK Charles and Rosanna
McKEIRNAN Patrick, Elizabeth and family
McMAHON John, Catherine and family
McMAHON Margaret
MEAGHER William
MOLLOY Emily
MULLANE Patrick
MURPHY Patrick
O'BRIEN Denis, Judith and family
O'BRIEN Mary Ann
O'CONNOR Bridget
O'CONNOR Michael
O'MARA Michael
PEACE Isabella
PEACE John
PELL Charles and Mary Ann
PELL James
PRIOR Thomas and Angelina
QUISHION Pearce and Mary
READ Isabella
READ James
RODGERS Ellen
RUSK Edward, Elizabeth and family
RUSSELL Bridget
RUSSELL George, Emily and family
RUSSELL Joseph
RUSSELL Thomas
RYAN Edmond
RYAN John
RYAN John
RYAN Judith
RYAN Mary
SEXTON Terence, Mary and family
SHANAHAN Denis and Margaret
SIMPSON James or John
SIMPSON John or James
SOMMERVILLE Samuel, Margaret and family
STEER Robert and family
STENHOUSE William and Mary Ann
TAYLOR John and Harriett
TAYLOR Martha
TAYLOR William
TIERNEY Patrick
TOWHEY James
TROTMAN Anne
TROTMAN Margaret
TULLOCK John, Anne and family
TULLOCK Thomas and family
WALKER Margaret
WATKINS Margaret
WHITE John
WHITTON Robert, Elizabeth and family
WILLIAMSON James, Jane and family
WINSLEY Robert, Fanny and family

2 May 1851
James T Foord
ship, 790 tons,
J. Hume, commander, from Falmouth 6th January,
with 256 immigrants
Family Name Given Name Age Month Year Ship Book Page
ADCOCK HARRIETT 18 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 328
ADCOCK HARRIETT 18 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146
ADCOCK HARRIETT 18 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48
ADCOCK HENRY 28 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 326
ADCOCK HENRY 28 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144
AITKINS SIMON 19 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144
ALLEN ABIGAIL 22 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146
ALLEN ABIGAIL 22 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48
ALLEN ABIGAIL 22 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 328
ANDERSON JOHN 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 322
ANDERSON JOHN 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 140
ANDERSON MARGARET 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 140
ANDERSON MARGARET 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 322
ANDERSON WILLIAM 22 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 326
ANDERSON WILLIAM 22 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144
ANGUS AGNES 22 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48
ANGUS AGNES 22 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 328
ANGUS AGNES 22 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146
ARKINS SIMON 19 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 326
ASCOTT GEORGE 29 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 326
ASCOTT GEORGE 29 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144
ASCOTT THOMAS 21 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144
ASCOTT THOMAS 21 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 326
ATKINS BRIDGET 18 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 328
ATKINS BRIDGET 22 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146
ATKINS BRIDGET 22 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48
ATKINS MARY 18 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146
ATKINS MARY 18 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48
ATKINS MARY 18 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 328
AVIS JONATHAN 32 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 326
AVIS JONATHAN 32 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144
AYLETT ARTHUR 19 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 326
AYLETT ARTHUR 19 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144
BAMFIELD â- INFANT WITH 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 148
BAMFIELD DANIEL 28 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 322
BAMFIELD DANIEL 28 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 140
BAMFIELD HARRIET 21 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 140
BAMFIELD HARRIETT 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 148
BAMFIELD HARRIETT 21 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 322
BAMFIELD M A FOORD 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 322
BAMFIELD MARY A FOORD 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 140
BARCLAY DAVID CREW 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 148
BARKER CATHERINE 25 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 140
BARKER CATHERINE 25 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 322
BARKER JOHN 26 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 140
BARKER JOHN 26 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 322
BEAUCHAMP CRADOCK CREW 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 148
BERGIN PATRICK 36 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 326
BERGIN PATRICK 36 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144
BERRECRAY BRIDGET 21 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48
BERRICRAY BRIDGET 21 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 328
BERRICRAY BRIDGET 21 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146
BLAKELEY JOHN 39 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 322
BLAKELEY JOHN 39 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 140
BLAKELEY JOSEPH 14 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 322
BLAKELEY JOSEPH 14 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144
BLAKELEY MARY 6 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 140
BLAKELEY MARY 6 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 322
BLAKELEY MARY 38 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 322
BLAKELEY MARY 38 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 140
BLAKELEY ROBERT 9 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 148
BLAKELEY WILLIAM 14 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 322
BLAKELEY WILLIAM 14 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144
BOURKE ALICK 17 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 326
BOURKE ALICK 17 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145
BOURKE MARY A 39 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146
BOURKE MARY A 39 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 328
BOURKE MARY ANN 39 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48
BOURKE MICHAEL 19 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 326
BOURKE MICHAEL 19 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144
BOURKE TOBY 21 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 326
BOURKE TOBY 21 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144
BOWLAND ANN 30 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 322
BOWLAND ANN 30 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 140
BOWLAND THOMAS 34 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 140
BOWLAND THOMAS 34 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 322
BURNSIDE JAMES 30 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144
BURNSIDE JAMES 30 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 326
BURNSIDE WILLIAM 29 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 326
BURNSIDE WILLIAM 29 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144
CAHER MARGERET 18 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48
CAHIR MARGARET 18 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146
CAHIR MARGT 18 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 328
CAHIR PATRICK 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144
CAHIR PATRICK 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 326
CAIN JAMES 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 148
CAIN JOHN 30 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 322
CAIN JOHN 30 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 140
CAIN MARGARET 32 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 140
CAIN MARGARET 32 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 322
CAIN PHILIP 5 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 322
CAIN PHILIP 5 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 140
CALLAGHAN INFANT WITH 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 148
CALLAGHAN BRIDGET 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 148
CALLAGHAN BRIDGET 6 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 322
CALLAGHAN BRIDGET 6 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 140
CALLAGHAN BRIDGET 33 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 322
CALLAGHAN BRIDGET 33 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 140
CALLAGHAN DENIS 16 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 322
CALLAGHAN DENNIS 16 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144
CALLAGHAN JOHN 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 140
CALLAGHAN JOHN 16 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144
CALLAGHAN JOHN 16 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 322
CALLAGHAN MARGARET 3 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 322
CALLAGHAN MARGARET 3 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 140
CALLAGHAN MARY 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 140
CALLAGHAN MARY 14 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 49
CALLAGHAN MARY 14 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146
CALLAGHAN MARY 14 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 322
CALLAGHAN MICHAEL 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 140
CALLAGHAN MICHAEL 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 322
CALLAGHAN MICHAEL 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 148
CALLAGHAN MICHAEL 38 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 322
CALLAGHAN MICHAEL 38 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 140
CALLAGHAN PATRICK 8 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 140
CALLAGHAN PATRICK 8 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 322
CAMPBELL JOHN 32 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 326
CAMPBELL JOHN 32 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144
CAREW EDMOND 22 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144
CAREW EDMOND 22 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 326
CASEY JOHN 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48
CLAMPITT JOHN 31 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 322
CLAMPITT JOHN 31 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 140
CLAMPITT MARGARET 29 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 322
CLAMPITT MARGARET 29 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 140
COBAIN ELIZA 18 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 323
COBAIN ELIZA 19 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48
COBAIN ELIZA 19 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146
COBAIN JOHN 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 148
COBAIN JOHN 17 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 322
COBAIN JOHN 18 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144
COBAIN JOHN 44 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 140
COBAIN JOHN 44 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 322
COBAIN JOHNSTON 15 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 323
COBAIN JONATHAN 17 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144
COBAIN MARGARET 7 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 140
COBAIN MARGARET 7 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 323
COBAIN MARIA 41 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 140
COBAIN MARIA 41 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 322
COBAIN MARY 23 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48
COBAIN MARY A 19 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 323
COBAIN MARY A 23 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146
COBAIN MATILDA 9 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 140
COBAIN MATILDA 9 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 323
COBAIN THOMAS 21 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144
COBAIN THOMAS 22 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 322
COBAIN WILLIAM 12 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 323
COBAIN WILLIAM 12 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 140
CRAWLEY STEPHEN 29 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144
CRAWLEY STEPHEN 29 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 326
CREAM GEORGE SURG SUPT 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 148
CUTHBAT MARY 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48
CUTTLE MARY 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146
CUTTLE MARY 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 328
CUZEN JOSEPH 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 148
DOHERTY CATHERINE 19 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146
DOHERTY CATHERINE 19 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 49
DOHERTY CATHERINE 19 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 328
DOHERTY ELIZA 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 328
DOHERTY ELIZA 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48
DOHERTY ELIZA 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146
DOHERTY JOHN 21 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144
DOHERTY JOHN 21 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 326
DOHERTY TIMOTHY 26 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 326
DOHERTY TIMOTHY 26 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144
DUGAN THOMAS 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 326
DUGAN THOMAS 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144
EMMERSON DANIEL 18 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 326
EMMERSON DANIEL 18 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144
EMMERSON GEORGE 18 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 326
EMMERSON GEORGE 18 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144
EMMERSON ROBERT 21 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144
EMMERSON ROBERT 21 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 326
ENSOR CHRISTINA 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 148
ENSOR CHRISTINA 51 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146
ENSOR CHRISTINA 51 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 328
ENSOR CHRISTINA 51 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48
FERRIS CHARLES 6 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 140
FERRIS CHARLES 6 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 323
FERRIS ELIZABETH 2 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 140
FERRIS ELIZABETH 2 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 323
FERRIS ELIZABETH 26 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 323
FERRIS ELIZABETH 26 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 140
FERRIS HENRY 26 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 140
FERRIS HENRY 26 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 323
FERRIS MARY 4 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 323
FERRIS MARY 4 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 140
FITZPATRICK BIDDY 6 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48
FITZPATRICK BRIDGET 5 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 326
FITZPATRICK BRIDGET 5 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 143
FITZPATRICK CATHERINE 15 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 328
FITZPATRICK CATHERINE 15 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146
FITZPATRICK CATHERINE 30 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 328
FITZPATRICK CATHERINE 30 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146
FITZPATRICK CATHERINE 30 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 49
FITZPATRICK KATE 15 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48
FITZPATRICK THOMAS 37 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144
FITZPATRICK THOMAS 37 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 326
FLYNN TIMOTHY 30 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144
FLYNN TIMOTHY 30 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 326
FOWLER BETSY 21 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 328
FOWLER BETSY 21 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48
FOWLER BETSY 21 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146
GILDAY MARGERET 27 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 49
GILDEA MARGARET 27 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146
GILDEA MARGARET 27 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 328
GRAY DONALD 29 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 323
GRAY DONALD 39 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141
GRAY JANE 19 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 323
GRAY JANE 19 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48
GRAY JANE 19 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146
GRAY JANE 38 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 323
GRAY JANE 38 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141
GRAY JOHN 17 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144
GRAY JOHN 17 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 323
GREEN JAMES 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 148
GREIG MARGARET 23 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146
GREIG MARGERET 23 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48
GREIG MARGT 23 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 328
HAHAN JOHN 39 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144
HAHAN JOHN 39 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 327
HARBOROUGH ANN 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 324
HARBOROUGH ANNE 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141
HARBOROUGH JAMES 23 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 324
HARBOROUGH JAMES 23 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141
HARRADAY ANNE 31 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141
HARRADAY JOSEPH 37 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141
HARRIDAY â- 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 148
HARRIDAY ANN 31 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 324
HARRIDAY JOSEPH 37 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 324
HASTINGS BIDDY 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 323
HASTINGS BRIDGET 18 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146
HASTINGS JANE 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 323
HASTINGS JANE 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141
HASTINGS JOHN 26 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141
HASTINGS JOHN 26 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 323
HASTINGS MICHAEL 1 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 323
HASTINGS MICHAEL 1 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141
HASTINGS THOMAS 2 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 323
HASTINGS THOMAS 23 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 326
HASTINGS THOMAS 23 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144
HASTINGS TOM 2 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141
HATTY JAMES 22 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 327
HATTY JAMES 22 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145
HATTY SAMUEL 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 327
HATTY SAMUEL 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145
HAYES EMILY 23 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 323 HAYES EMILY 23 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141 HAYES HENRY 2 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141 HAYES HENRY 3 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 323 HAYES JOSEPH 4 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 323 HAYES JOSEPH 4 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141 HAYES THOMAS 30 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 323 HAYES THOMAS 30 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141 HEATH JOHN 23 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144 HEATH JOHN 23 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 326 HEFFERNAN MICHAEL 26 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 326 HEFFERNAN MICHAEL 26 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144 HENDERSON FANNY 21 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48 HENDERSON FANNY 21 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 328 HENDERSON FANNY 21 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146 HENNESSEY ANN 23 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146 HENNESSY ANN 23 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48 HENNESSY ANN 23 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 328 HERRIG â- INFANT WITH 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 148 HERRIG BRIDGET 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 148 HERRIG BRIDGET 11 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141 HERRIG BRIDGET 11 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 323 HERRIG BRIDGET 36 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141 HERRIG BRIDGET 36 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 323 HERRIG DANIEL 15 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 323 HERRIG DANIEL 15 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144 HERRIG FRANCIS 14 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 323 HERRIG FRANCIS 14 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144 HERRIG HENRY 17 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144 HERRIG JOHN 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 148 HERRIG JOHN 19 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 323 HERRIG JOHN 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144 HERRIG JOHN 38 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 323 HERRIG JOHN 38 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141 HERRIG JOSEPH 4 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141 HERRIG JOSEPH 4 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 323 HERRIG MARY 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 148 HERRIG MICHAEL 17 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 323 HERRIG PATRICK 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 323 HERRIG PATRICK 21 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144 HERRIG WILLIAM 8 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141 HERRIG WILLIAM 8 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 323 HILL PATRICK 34 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 144 HILL PATRICK 34 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 327 HOGAN â- INFANT WITH 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 148 HOGAN MARGARET 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 324 HOGAN MARGARET 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141 HOGAN MARY 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 148 HOGAN MARY 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 324 HOGAN MARY 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141 HOGAN MARY 27 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 324 HOGAN MARY 27 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141 HOGAN MICHAEL 32 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 324 HOGAN MICHAEL 32 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141 HOGAN THOMAS 30 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141 HOGAN THOMAS 30 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 324 HOWARD ANN 27 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 324 HOWARD ANN 27 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141 HOWARD JAMES 30 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 324 HOWARD JAMES 30 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141 HOWARD THOMAS 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141 HOWARD THOMAS 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 324 HUME JOHN CAPT 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 148 KATEN EDMOND 31 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 KATON EDMOND 31 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 327 KEEFE BRIDGET 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146 KEEFE BRIDGET 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48 KEEFE BRIDGET 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 328 KEEFE JAMES 30 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 KEEFE JAMES 30 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 327 KELLY MARY 25 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146 KELLY MARY 25 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48 KELLY MARY 25 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 328 KENNEDY ELLEN 3 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 148 KENNEDY JAMES 4 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 324 KENNEDY JAMES 4 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141 KENNEDY JERRY 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 148 KENNEDY JERRY 33 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141 KENNEDY JERRY 33 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 324 KENNEDY MARGARET 29 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141 KENNEDY MARGARET 29 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 324 KENNEDY MARY 6 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 324 KENNEDY MARY 6 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141 KENNEDY WILLIAM 30 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 KENNEDY WILLIAM 30 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 327 KENNEY WILLIAM 21 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 KENNEY WILLIAM 21 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 327 LANNIGAN EDWARD 26 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 LANNIGAN EDWARD 26 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 327 LEACH ROBERT 23 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 327 LEACH ROBERT 23 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 LENNARD JAMES 26 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 327 LENNARD JAMES 26 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 LINKHAM MARY ANN 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 49 MALONEY HONORA 33 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141 MALONEY HONORA 33 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 324 MALONEY JAMES 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 324 MALONEY JAMES 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141 MALONEY MICHAEL 7 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 148 MALONEY PATRICK 31 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 324 MALONEY PATRICK 31 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141 MALONEY TIMOTHY 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 MALONEY TIMOTHY 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 327 MANDEN BIDDY 27 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48 MANDIN BRIDGET 27 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146 MANDIN BRIDGET 27 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 328 MAROONEY CATHERINE 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 324 MAROONEY CATHERINE 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141 MAROONEY JOHN 27 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 324 MAROONEY JOHN 27 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141 MATTHEWS PATRICK 25 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 327 MATTHEWS PATRICK 25 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 MAUDIN BRIDGET 27 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146 MCALISTER ANN 6 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 324 MCALISTER DAVID 10 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 324 MCALISTER JAMES 13 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 324 MCALISTER JOHN 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 148 MCALISTER JOHN 32 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 324 MCALISTER NANCY 33 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 324 MCALISTER WILLIAM 4 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 324 MCALLISTER ANN 6 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 MCALLISTER DAVID 10 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 MCALLISTER JAMES 13 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 MCALLISTER JOHN 32 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 MCALLISTER NANCY 33 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 MCALLISTER WILLIAM 4 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 MCCOMB MARGARET 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146 MCCOMB MARGERET 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48 MCCOMBE MARGT 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 328 MCCOMBE WILLIAM 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 MCCOMBE WILLIAM 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 327 MCCORMACK FRANCIS 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 MCCORMACK FRANCIS 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 327 MCINTYRE JOHN 28 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 MCINTYRE JOHN 28 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 327 MCKNIGHT GEO R 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 325 MCKNIGHT GEO ROBT 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 MCKNIGHT JAMES 31 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 MCKNIGHT JAMES 31 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 325 MCKNIGHT MARY 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 325 MCKNIGHT MARY 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 MCLAREN JAMES 18 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 MCLAREN JAMES 18 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 324 MCLAREN JOHN 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 MCLAREN JOHN 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 324 MCLAREN JOHN 39 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 324 MCLAREN JOHN 39 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 MCLAREN PRISCILLA 39 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 MCLAREN PRISCILLA 39 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 324 MCNAMARA NANCY 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48 MCNAMEA NANCY 16 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146 MCNAMEE NANCY 16 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 328 MERRIDAY JOSEPH 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 148 MILNE JOHN 21 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 327 MILNE JOHN 21 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 MONAHAN ANN 27 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 324 MONAHAN ANNE 27 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141 MONAHAN JAMES 27 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 141 MONAHAN JAMES 27 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 324 MORAN BIDDY 27 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48 MULLINS BRIDGET 18 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48 MULLINS BRIDGET 18 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 328 MULLINS BRIDGET 18 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146 MURPHY ANASTASIA 23 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48 MURPHY ANASTATIA 23 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146 MURPHY ANASTATIA 23 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 328 MURPHY JOHN 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 327 MURPHY JOHN 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 MURPHY MICHAEL 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 MURPHY MICHAEL 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 327 OBRIEN BRIDGET 16 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146 OBRIEN BRIDGET 16 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48 OBRIEN BRIDGET 16 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 325 OBRIEN JAMES 14 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 OBRIEN MARGARET 35 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 325 OBRIEN MARGARET 35 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 OBRIEN THOMAS 7 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 OBRIEN THOMAS 7 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 325 OBRIEN THOMAS 36 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 325 OBRIEN THOMAS 36 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 OBRIEN WILLIAM 14 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 325 OGDEN JONATHAN 29 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 325 OGDEN JONATHON 29 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 OGDEN MARY 23 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 OGDEN MARY 23 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 325 ONEIL MARGARET 18 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146 ONEIL MARGERET 18 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48 ONEIL MARGT 18 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 328 PARDY ANN 10 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48 PARDY ANN 10 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 329 PARDY ANN 10 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 143 PARDY CATHE 12 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 143 PARDY CATHERINE 12 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48 PARDY CATHERINE 12 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 329 PARDY ELLEN 23 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146 PARDY ELLEN 23 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 329 PARDY ELLEN 23 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48 PARDY ESTHER 16 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146 PARDY ESTHER 16 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48 PARDY HESTER 16 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 329 PARDY JAMES 2 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 148 PARDY MARY 17 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 329 PARDY MARY 17 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48 PARDY MARY 17 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146 PARDY SARAH 14 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 329 PARDY SARAH 14 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48 PARDY SARAH 14 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146 PARDY SARAH 38 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146 PARDY SARAH 38 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48 PARDY SARAH 38 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48 PARDY SARAH 38 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 329 PARDY WILLIAM 16 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 PARDY WILLIAM 16 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 327 PARISH WILLIAM 28 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 327 PARISH WILLIAM 28 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 PARNELL ESTHER 21 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 328 PURNELL ESTHER 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 49 PURNELL HESTER 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146 REMILTON MICHAEL 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 REMILTON MICHAEL 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 327 RIGBY â- CREW 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 148 RITCHIE ADAM 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 148 RITCHIE ADAM 22 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 325 RITCHIE ADAM 22 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 RITCHIE ALEXANDER 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 327 RITCHIE ALEXANDER 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 RITCHIE CATHERINE 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 RITCHIE CATHERINE 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 325 RITCHIE JANE 19 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 329 RITCHIE JANE 19 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 146 RITCHIE JANE 19 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 49 ROBERTS EPHRAIM 26 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 ROBERTS EPHRAIM 26 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 325 ROBERTS FANNY 21 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 325 ROBERTS FANNY 21 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 RYAN BRIDGET 16 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 147 RYAN BRIDGET 16 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 329 RYAN BRIDGET 16 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 49 RYAN CATHERINE 12 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 49 RYAN CATHERINE 12 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 329 RYAN CATHERINE 12 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 143 RYAN CATHERINE 26 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 329 RYAN CATHERINE 26 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 49 RYAN CATHERINE 26 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 147 RYAN CATHERINE 38 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 329 RYAN CATHERINE 38 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 49 RYAN CATHERINE 38 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 147 RYAN JOHN 8 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 329 RYAN JOHN 8 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 49 RYAN JOHN 8 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 143 RYAN LAWRENCE 14 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 RYAN LAWRENCE 14 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 327 RYAN MARY 18 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 329 RYAN MARY 18 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 147 RYAN MARY 18 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 49 SANDERS JOHN 34 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 327 SANDERS JOHN 34 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 SAVAGE FANNY 4 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 325 SAVAGE FANNY 4 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 SAVAGE FREDERICK 32 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 SAVAGE FREDERICK 32 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 325 SAVAGE HENRY 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 SAVAGE HENRY 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 325 SAVAGE SARAH 27 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 325 SAVAGE SARAH 27 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 SCANLON MICHAEL 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 327 SCANLON MICHAEL 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 SELSTON JOSEPH 34 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 327 SELSTON JOSEPH 34 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 SHANAHAN BRIDGET 14 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 147 SHANAHAN BRIDGET 14 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 49 SHANAHAN BRIDGET 14 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 325 SHANAHAN BRIDGET 22 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 147 SHANAHAN BRIDGET 22 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 329 SHANAHAN BRIDGET 22 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 49 SHANAHAN BRIDGET 36 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 SHANAHAN BRIDGET 36 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 325 SHANAHAN JAMES 5 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 SHANAHAN JAMES 5 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 325 SHANAHAN JAMES 19 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 SHANAHAN JAMES 19 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 325 SHANAHAN JUDITH 3 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 148 SHANAHAN TIMOTHY 38 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 325 SHANAHAN TIMOTHY 38 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 SHEEHAN CATHE 35 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 325 SHEEHAN CATHERINE 35 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 SHEEHAN MICHAEL 6 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 325 SHEEHAN MICHAEL 6 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 SHEEHAN THOMAS 29 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 SHEEHAN THOMAS 29 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 325 SHEEHAN WILLIAM 3 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 148 SMITH THOMAS 26 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 SMITH THOMAS 26 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 327 STAPLETON ELLEN 28 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 STAPLETON ELLEN 28 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 325 STAPLETON MARY 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 329 STAPLETON MARY 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 147 STAPLETON MARY 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 49 STAPLETON MICHAEL 29 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 STAPLETON MICHAEL 29 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 325 STAPLETON ROGER 2 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 148 STAPLETON THOMAS 28 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 STAPLETON THOMAS 28 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 327 SWEENEY BRIDGET 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 329 SWEENEY BRIDGET 22 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 147 SWEENEY BRIDGET 22 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 49 SWEENEY BRIDGET 22 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 329 SWEENEY EDMOND 25 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 SWEENEY JOHANNA 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 49 SWEENEY JOHANNA 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 147 SWEENY EDMOND 25 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 327 TAYLOR JOHN 18 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 TAYLOR JOHN 18 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 327 TAYLOR JOSHUA 21 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 TAYLOR JOSHUA 21 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 327 THOMAS W 22 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 TINGCOMBE ELIZABETH 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 325 TINGCOMBE ELIZABETH 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 TINGCOMBE JOHN 22 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 TINGCOMBE JOHN 22 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 325 TINGCOMBE MARY A 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 329 TINGCOMBE MARY A 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 147 TORPHY DANIEL 23 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 TORPHY DANIEL 23 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 327 TURNER ELIZA 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 329 TURNER ELIZA 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 147 TURNER ELIZA 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 49 UPTON JANE 28 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 49 UPTON JANE 28 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 147 UPTON JANE 28 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 329 WALKER THOMAS 22 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 327 WALSH BRIDGET 30 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 147 WALSH BRIDGET 30 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 329 WELSH BRIDGET 30 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 49 WHITE WILLIAM 19 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 WHITE WILLIAM 19 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 328 WILLIAMS HENRY 22 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 143 WILLIAMS HENRY 22 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 326 WILLIAMS SUSAN 21 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 143 WILLIAMS SUSAN 21 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 326 WILLIAMS THOMAS 25 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 328 WILLIAMS THOMAS 25 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 WILLIS ELIZA 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 325 WILLIS ELIZA 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 WILLIS GORDON 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 325 WILLIS GORDON 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 WILLIS MARY 18 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 142 WILLIS MARY 18 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 325 WINTER JAMES 36 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 326 WINTER JAMES 36 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 143 WINTER JOHN 14 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 WINTER JOHN 14 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 328 WINTER TERZAH 31 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 143 WINTER TERZAH 31 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 326 WINTER WILLIAM 16 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 WINTER WILLIAM 16 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 328 WOOD BRIDGET 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 49 WOOD BRIDGET 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 147 WOOD BRIDGET 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 329 WOOD HONOR 22 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 147 WOOD HONORA 22 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 49 WOOD HONORA 22 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 329 WOOD MARGARET 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 329 WOOD MARGARET 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 147 WOOD MARGERET 24 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 49 WRIGHT WILLIAM 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4A 328 WRIGHT WILLIAM 20 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 5 145 YOUNG HONORA 0 MAY 1851 JAMES T FOORD 4B 48


July 14 1851
John Knox,
ship, 1194 tons, Captain
Richard Davidson, from Plymouth, March 24,
with 372 emigrants.
Family Name Given Name Age Month Year Ship Book Page
ABBOT CHRISTOPHER 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
ABBOT CHRISTOPHER 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
ABBOT POWLEY 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
ABBOT POWLEY 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
ABBOTT CHRISTOPHER 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
ABBOTT POWEL 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 336
ABBOTT POWLEY 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
ABOTT CHRISTOPHER 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 336
ADAMS JAMES 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
ADAMS JAMES 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
ADAMS JAMES 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
ADAMS JAMES 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 336
ADAMS ROBERT 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
ADAMS ROBERT 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 336
ADAMS ROBERT 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
ADAMS ROBERT 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
ALLEN JOHN 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
ALLEN JOHN 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 336
ALLEN JOHN 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
ALLEN JOHN 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
ALLEN WILLIAM 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
ALLEN WILLIAM 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 336
ALLEN WILLIAM 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
ALLEN WILLIAM 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
ALLISTER ELIZABETH 29 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 331
ALLISTER ELIZABETH 29 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
ALLISTER ELIZABETH 29 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
ALLISTER THOMAS 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
ALLISTER THOMAS 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
ALLISTER THOMAS 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 331
ARMSTRONG MARY 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 340
ARMSTRONG MARY 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 138
ARMSTRONG MARY 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 152
ARMSTRONG MARY 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 158
BAKEY CATHERINE 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 158
BAKEY CATHERINE 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 138
BAKEY CATHERINE 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 152
BAKEY CATHERINE 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 340
BEACH WILLIAM 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
BEACH WILLIAM 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
BEACH WILLIAM 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 336
BEACH WILLIAM 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
BENCH WILLIAM 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
BERMINGHAM BRIDGET 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 138
BERMINGHAM BRIDGET 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 340
BERMINGHAM BRIDGET 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 158
BERMINGHAM JAMES 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
BERMINGHAM JAMES 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
BERMINGHAM JOSEPH 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 156
BERMINGHAM WILLIAM 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
BERMINGHAM WILLIAM 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
BERRIMAN ELIZABETH 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 331
BERRIMAN ELIZTH ANNE 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
BERRIMAN JOHN 27 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 331
BERRIMAN JOHN 27 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
BERRYMAN ELIZABETH 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 150
BERRYMAN ELIZABETH ANN 27 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
BERRYMAN JOHN 27 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
BERRYMAN JOHN 27 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 150
BILNEY ANN 10 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
BILNEY ANN 12 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 331
BILNEY ANN 12 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 150
BILNEY ANN 12 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
BILNEY CHARLES 47 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 331
BILNEY CHARLES 47 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
BILNEY CHARLES 47 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
BILNEY CHARLES 47 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 150
BILNEY CHARLOTTE 52 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 150
BILNEY CHARLOTTE 52 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
BILNEY CHARLOTTE 52 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
BILNEY CHARLOTTE 52 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 331
BILNEY GEORGE 15 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
BILNEY GEORGE 24 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
BILNEY GEORGE 24 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 331
BILNEY GEORGE 24 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
BILNEY JOHN 10 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 150
BILNEY JOHN 10 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
BILNEY JOHN 10 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 331
BILNEY JOHN 12 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
BILNEY JULIA 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 138
BILNEY JULIA 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
BILNEY JULIA 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 158
BILNEY JULIA 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 331
BIRMINGHAM BRIDGET 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 152
BIRMINGHAM JAMES 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 336
BIRMINGHAM JAMES 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
BIRMINGHAM JOSEPH 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 158
BIRMINGHAM JOSEPH 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 150
BIRMINGHAM JOSEPH 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
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BIRMINGHAM JOSEPH 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
BIRMINGHAM WILLIAM 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 336
BIRMINGHAM WILLIAM 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
BISHOP HENRY 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
BISHOP HENRY 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
BISHOP HENRY 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
BISHOP HENRY 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 337
BLACK CATHERINE 17 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 152
BLACK CATHERINE 17 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 340
BLACK CATHERINE 17 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 158
BLACK CATHERINE 17 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 138
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BLACK DONALD 31 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 337
BLACK DONALD 31 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
BLACK DONALD 31 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
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BLACK ISABELLA 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 138
BLACK ISABELLA 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 340
BLACK ISABELLA 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 158
BONDE WILLIAM 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 337
BONDE WILLIAM 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
BONDE WILLIAM 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
BONDE WILLIAM 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
BOUDE WILLIAM 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
BOUDE WILLIAM 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
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BREEZE HEPHZABER 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 150
BREEZE HEPHZABER 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
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BREEZE WILLIAM 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
BREEZE WILLIAM 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
BREEZE WILLIAM 33 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 331
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BRENNAN THOMAS 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
BRENNAN THOMAS 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 337
BRENNAN THOS 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
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BRIAN MARY 27 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 138
BRIAN MARY 27 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 152
BRIAN MARY 27 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 158
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BROOKS THOMAS 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
BROOKS THOMAS 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
BROOKS THOMAS 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 337
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BURKE MARY 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 138
BURKE MARY 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 340
BURKE MARY 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 152
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BURKE WILLIAM 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
BURKE WILLIAM 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
BURKE WILLIAM 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 337
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BUTLER JAMES 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 337
BUTLER JAMES 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
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BUTLER JUDY 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 152
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BUTLER MARGARET 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 152
BUTLER MARGARET 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 340
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BUTTOLPH ANN 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 138
BUTTOLPH ANN 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 331
BUTTOLPH ANN 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
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BUTTOLPH FRANCES 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 133
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BUTTOLPH FRANCES 49 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
BUTTOLPH FRANCES 49 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 158
BUTTOLPH FRANCES 49 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 331
BUTTOLPH GEORGE 12 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 154
BUTTOLPH GEORGE 12 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 133
BUTTOLPH GEORGE 12 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
BUTTOLPH GEORGE 12 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 331
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BUTTOLPH JULIA 9 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
BUTTOLPH JULIA 9 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 154
BUTTOLPH JULIA 9 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 331
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BUTTOLPH ROBERT 16 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
BUTTOLPH ROBERT 16 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
BUTTOLPH ROBERT 17 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 331
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BUTTOLPH SARAH 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 331
BUTTOLPH SARAH 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 138
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CAHILLY ELIZA 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 340
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CAHILLY JOHN 17 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 337
CAHILLY MARGARET 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 340
CAHILLY MARGARET 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 138
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CAHILLY MICHAEL 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
CAHILLY MICHAEL 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
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CALLAGHAN JOHANNA 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 158
CALLAGHAN JOHANNA 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 340
CALLAGHAN JOHANNA 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 152
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CANNOOL DARBY 4 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
CANNOOL DARBY 30 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
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CANNOOLL DERBY 4 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
CANNOOLL DERBY 30 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
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CANTWELL ELIZABETH 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 138
CANTWELL ELIZABETH 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 158
CANTWELL ELIZABETH 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 340
CARROLL BRIDGET 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 150
CARROLL BRIDGET 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 331
CARROLL DARBY 4 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 150
CARROLL DARBY 4 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 331
CARROLL DARBY 30 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 150
CARROLL DARBY 30 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 331
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CATON GEORGE 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
CATON GEORGE 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
CATON GEORGE 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
CATON GEORGE 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 337
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CATON WILLIAM 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 337
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CHALLIS ELIZABETH 29 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
CHALLIS ELIZABETH 29 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 331
CHALLIS ELIZABETH 29 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
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CHALLIS JOHN 9 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
CHALLIS JOHN 29 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
CHALLIS JOHN 29 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
CHALLIS JOHN 29 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 150
CHALLIS JOHN 29 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 331
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CHALLIS RUTH 1 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 331
CHALLIS RUTH 1 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
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CHAPMAN JAMES 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
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CHAPMAN LEWIS 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
CHAPMAN LEWIS 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
CHAPMAN LEWIS 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 337
CLARIDGE ABRAHAM 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
CLARIDGE ABRAHAM 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
CLARIDGE ABRAHAM 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 337
CLARIDGE ABRAHAM 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
CLARK CHRISTINA 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 150
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CLARK PETER 29 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
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CLARK WILLIAM 29 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 150
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CLARKE CHRISTINA 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
CLARKE CHRISTINA 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 331
CLARKE PETER 29 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 337
CLARKE PETER 29 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
CLARKE WILLIAM 7 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
CLARKE WILLIAM 7 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 331
CLARKE WILLIAM 7 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
CLARKE WILLIAM 29 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
CLARKE WILLIAM 29 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 331
CLARKE WILLIAM 29 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
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CODY EDWARD 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
CODY EDWARD 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
CODY EDWARD 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
COLE HENRY 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 337
COLE HENRY 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
COLE HENRY 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
COLE HENRY 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
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COLE MARY 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 332
COLE MARY 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 150
COLE MARY 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
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COLE SAMUEL 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
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COOKE THOMAS 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 337
COOKE THOMAS 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
COOKE THOMAS 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
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COONEY BRIDGET 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 138
COONEY BRIDGET 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 152
COONEY JOHN 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 337
COONEY JOHN 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
COONEY JOHN 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
COONEY JOHN 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
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COONEY MARGARET 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 340
COONEY MARGARET 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 138
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COONEY THOMAS 32 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
COONEY THOMAS 32 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
COONEY THOMAS 32 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 337
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CORCORAN MARY 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 332
CORCORAN MARY 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
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CORCORAN MICHAEL 2 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
CORCORAN MICHAEL 2 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 150
CORCORAN MICHAEL 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
CORCORAN MICHAEL 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 332
CORCORAN MICHAEL 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 150
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CORCORAN WINIFRED 4 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
CORCORAN WINIFRED 4 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 150
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CORKORAN MICHAEL 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 144
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CORLEY PETER 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
CORLEY PETER 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
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CORNISH BENJAMIN 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
CORNISH BENJAMIN 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
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CORNISH WILLIAM 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
CORNISH WILLIAM 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 337
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CORTHAM GEORGE 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
CORTHAM GEORGE 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 331
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CORTHAM JOHN 2 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
CORTHAM JOHN 2 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
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CORTHAW JOHN 2 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 150
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COX ANN 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 144
COX ANN 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 332
COX ANN 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 150
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COX ELEANOR 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 332
COX ELEANOR 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 144
COX ELEANOR 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 150
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COX EMMA 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 152
COX EMMA 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 159
COX EMMA 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 340
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COX GILES 32 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 150
COX GILES 32 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 332
COX GILES 32 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 130
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COX JOHN 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 144
COX JOHN 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 332
COX LEONARD G 3 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 332
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COX LEONARD GILES 3 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 151
COX LEONARD GILES 3 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 144
COX MARGT CLEMENTINA 1 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 144
COX MARIA CLEMENTIA 1 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 332
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COX MARY CLEMENTINE 1 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 151
COX SOLOMON 14 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
COX SOLOMON 14 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 337
COX SOLOMON 14 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 135
COX SOLOMON 14 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
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COX THOMAS 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
COX THOMAS 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 150
COX THOMAS 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 332
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DARBY MATTHEW 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 150
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DAVIDSON RICHARD CAPT 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 161
DAVIDSON RICHD CAPT 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
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DEAN CATHERINE 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 340
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DEAN CATHERINE 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 152
DEAN JOHN 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
DEAN JOHN 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 337
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DEANE JOHN 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 135
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DELAHUNTY DANIEL 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 135
DELAHUNTY DANIEL 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 156
DELAHUNTY DANIEL 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 150
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DELAHUNTY JOHN 30 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 337
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DELAHUNTY JOHN 30 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 156
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DELAHUNTY MICHAEL 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 337
DELAHUNTY MICHAEL 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 156
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DELAHUNTY WILLIAM 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 337
DELAHUNTY WILLIAM 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
DELAHUNTY WILLIAM 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
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DEWAN ISABELLA 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 138
DEWAN ISABELLA 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 159
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DEWAN JANE 59 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 332
DEWAN JANE 59 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 144
DEWAN JANE 59 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 159
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DONELLY JOHN 36 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 144
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DONNELLEY JAMES 6 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 130
DONNELLEY JOHN 36 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 130
DONNELLEY MARGARET 2 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 130
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DONNELLY ANASTASIA 32 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 332
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DONNELLY BRIDGET 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 138
DONNELLY BRIDGET 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 152
DONNELLY BRIDGET 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 159
DONNELLY JAMES 6 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 151
DONNELLY JAMES 8 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 332
DONNELLY JOHN 36 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 332
DONNELLY JOHN 36 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 151
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DONNELLY MARGARET 3 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 332
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DONNELLY MARTIN 30 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 337
DONNELLY MARTIN 30 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 135
DONNELLY MARTIN 30 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 156
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DONNELLY MARY 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 138
DONNELLY MARY 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 159
DONNELLY MARY 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 152
DOOLAN â- WIFE WITH 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 130
DOOLAN â- WIFE WITH 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 151
DOOLAN â- WIFE WITH 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 332
DOOLAN ANN 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 141
DOOLAN ANN 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 161
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DOOLAN CHARLES 3 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 130
DOOLAN CHARLES 3 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 144
DOOLAN CHARLES 3 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 332
DOOLAN MARY 5 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 151
DOOLAN MARY 5 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 144
DOOLAN MARY 5 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 332
DOOLAN MARY 5 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 130
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READ ANN 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 341
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SCAFF JAMES 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 157
SCAFF JAMES 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 136
SCOFF JAMES 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 339
SHANNASSEY JOHANNA 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 160
SHAUGHNESSEY JOHANNA 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 140
SHAUGHNESSEY JOHANNA 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 153
SHAUGHNESSY JOHANNA 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 341
SHEA MICHAEL 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 136
SHEA MICHAEL 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 339
SHEA MICHAEL 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 157
SHEA MICHAEL 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 151
SHEARER DAVID 31 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 151
SHEARER DAVID 31 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 136
SHEARER DAVID 31 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 339
SHEARER PETER 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 339
SHEARER PETER 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 151
SHEARER PETER 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 136
SHEAVES DAVID 31 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 157
SHEAVES PETER 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 157
SHIRRA JAMES 24 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 136
SHIRRA JAMES 24 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 157
SHIRRA JAMES 24 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 339
SHIRRA JAMES 24 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 151
SLADE WILLIAM 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 157
SLADE WILLIAM 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 136
SLADE WILLIAM 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 339
SLADE WM 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 151
STAGG RICHARD 27 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 137
STAGG RICHARD 27 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 339
STAGG RICHARD 27 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 157
STAGG RICHD 27 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 151
STAPLETON ELIZABETH 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 153
STAPLETON ELIZABETH 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 160
STAPLETON ELIZABETH 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 341
STAPLETON ELIZABETH 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 140
STAPLETON ELLEN 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 341
STAPLETON ELLEN 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 140
STAPLETON ELLEN 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 153
STAPLETON ELLEN 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 160
STAPLETON HONORA 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 140
STAPLETON HONORA 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 160
STAPLETON HONORA 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 341
STAPLETON HONORA 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 153
STEEL ROBT C CREW 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 161
STEELE ROBT C 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 141
STULLEY MATHEW 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 151
STULLY MATTHEW 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 157
STULLY NATHAN 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 137
STULLY NATHAN 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 339
SUCKLING THOMAS 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 157
SUCKLING THOMAS 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 339
SUCKLING THOMAS 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 137
SUCKLING THOMAS 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 151
SURRIDGE JOSEPH 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 157
SURRIDGE JOSEPH 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 137
SURRIDGE JOSEPH 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 151
TAIT ARCHIBALD 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 148
TAIT ARCHIBALD 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 153
TAIT ARCHIBALD 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 336
TAIT ARCHIBALD 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 132
TAIT JANET 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 132
TAIT JANET 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 153
TAIT JANET 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 336
TAIT JANET 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 148
TAYLOR CHARLES 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 141
TAYLOR CHARLES 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 161
TAYLOR ELIZABETH 24 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 148
TAYLOR ELIZABETH 24 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 133
TAYLOR ELIZABETH 24 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 336
TAYLOR ELIZABETH 24 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 153
TAYLOR JAMES 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 336
TAYLOR JAMES 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 133
TAYLOR JAMES 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 153
TAYLOR JAMES 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 148
THOMPSON ALICA 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 154
THOMPSON ALICE 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 133
THOMPSON ALICE 49 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 140
THOMPSON ALICE 49 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 160
THOMPSON ALICE 49 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 148
THOMPSON ALICE 49 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 336 49
THOMPSON ELIZABETH 12 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 148
THOMPSON ELIZABETH 12 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 133
THOMPSON ELIZABETH 12 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 336
THOMPSON ELIZABETH 12 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 154
THOMPSON HENRY 17 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 148
THOMPSON HENRY 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 336
THOMPSON HENRY 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 157
THOMPSON MARGARET 14 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 160
THOMPSON MARGARET 14 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 148
THOMPSON MARGARET 14 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 140
THOMPSON MARGARET 14 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 336
THOMPSON MARIANNE 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 140
THOMPSON MARIANNE 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 148
THOMPSON MARY A 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 336 49
THOMPSON MARY ANN 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 160
THOMPSON THERESA 9 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 133
THOMPSON THERESA 9 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 336
THOMPSON THERESA 9 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 148
THOMPSON THERESA 9 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 154
THOMPSON WILLIAM 7 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 154
THOMPSON WILLIAM 7 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 336
THOMPSON WILLIAM 7 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 148
THOMPSON WILLIAM 7 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 133
THOMSON HENRY 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 137
TREURN JOHN 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 157
TREURN NATHAN 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 157
TREWIN JOHN 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 151
TREWIN JOHN 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 137
TREWIN JOHN 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 339
TREWIN NATHAN 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 151
TREWIN NATHAN 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 137
TREWIN NATHAN 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 339
TURNER JAMES 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 339
TURNER JAMES 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 157
TURNER JAMES 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 137
TURNER JAMES 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 151
TURNER RICHARD 24 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 157
TURNER RICHARD 24 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 137
TURNER RICHARD 24 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 339
TURNER RICHD 24 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 151
TURNEY JOHN 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 339
TURNEY ROBERT 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 339
TURVEY JOHN 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 158
TURVEY JOHN 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 137
TURVEY JOHN 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 151
TURVEY ROBERT 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 137
TURVEY ROBERT 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 157
TURVEY ROBT 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 151
TYRRELL WILLIAM 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 137
TYRRELL WILLIAM 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 151
TYRRELL WILLIAM 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 158
TYRRELL WILLIAM 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 339
ULLASTER ELIZABETH 29 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 153
ULLASTER THOMAS 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 153
WAITE JAMES 29 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 158
WAITE JAMES 29 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 151
WAITE JAMES 29 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 137
WAITE JAMES 29 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 339
WALSH CATHERINE 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 341
WARTLEY RICHARD 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 137
WARTLEY RICHARD 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 151
WARTLEY RICHARD 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 158
WEBBER JOHN 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 137
WEBBER JOHN 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 151
WEBBER JOHN 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 339
WEBBER JOHN 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 158
WEEKS WILLIAM 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 137
WEEKS WILLIAM 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 158
WEEKS WILLIAM 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 151
WEEKS WILLIAM 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 339
WELSH CATHERINE 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 153
WELSH CATHERINE 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 160
WELSH CATHERINE 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 140
WENDEN JOSEPH 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 137
WENDEN JOSEPH 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 158
WENDEN JOSEPH 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 339
WENDEN JOSEPH 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 151
WESTWOOD JOHN 17 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 339
WESTWOOD JOHN 17 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 137
WESTWOOD JOHN 17 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 158
WESTWOOD JOHN 17 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 151
WILEY JOHN 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 133
WILEY JOHN 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 336
WILEY JOHN 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 148
WILEY JOHN 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 153
WILEY MARY 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 148
WILEY MARY 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 336
WILEY MARY 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 153
WILEY MARY 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 133
WILEY WILLIAM 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 339
WILLIAM DIANA 7 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 153
WILLIAM JAMES 36 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 153
WILLIAM JANE 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 153
WILLIAM JOHN 4 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 153
WILLIAMS DIANA 7 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 336
WILLIAMS DIANA 7 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 148
WILLIAMS DIANA 7 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 133
WILLIAMS JAMES 36 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 133
WILLIAMS JAMES 36 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 148
WILLIAMS JAMES 38 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 336
WILLIAMS JANE 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 336
WILLIAMS JANE 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 148
WILLIAMS JANE 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 133
WILLIAMS JOHN 4 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 148
WILLIAMS JOHN 4 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 133
WILLIAMS JOHN 4 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 336
WISLEY WILLIAM 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 151
WISLEY WILLIAM 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 158
WISLEY WILLIAM 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 137
WOOLSEY GEORGE 2 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 130
WOOLSEY GEORGE 2 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 144
WORTLEY RICHARD 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 339
WRIGHT RICHARD 38 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 151
WRIGHT RICHARD 38 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 137
WRIGHT RICHARD 38 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 158
WRIGHT RICHARD 38 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 339

August 20 1851
Ballingeich, ship, 477 tons
John Todd, commander, from Plymouth 25th
May.
Passengers,
CABIN
R. T. Tracey, Esq. M.D.,
Mrs Tracey, Mr and Mrs Johnson, and family,
Mr and Mrs Brooks, Mr and Mrs Lush,
Mr A. Broad, Mr and Mrs James, Mr R. Clements,
Mr. L. Margrave, Mr W Lees, Mr. Bradley Haigh.
INTERMEDIATE
John Bath and wife, Mary Chard and child, R. Tiller,
J. Malone Mr. and Mrs. Ing and family, W. Child, W. Petney,
M. Smith, M. Page and family, J. Osborne and wife, Geo. Everett,
Sophia, Sarah, Alfred and William Agg, R. Greenin, Chas Hanley and wife,
F. Tickle, wife and family, J. Smith, J. Stanley,
W. B. Campbell, A. Eustace, wife and family, W. Lovrington,
J. Phillips, Jason Forbes, Mrs. Farland and family, Susan Hewitt,
T. Tarndon, R. Partridge, wife and family, A. Bright, J. Assenger and family,
Geo Assenger, R. Clarke and wife, F. Randall, wife and family,
Eliza Newton, W. Webb, Chas Falkner, W. C. Falkner , E. Law, W. H. Hepburn,
E. Agg, E. Roughton, T. Mitchell, J. Haile, James Jeffery, W. Rees,
W. Brynan, E. Brooker, W. Sebo, T. Taylor, J. Green, wife and family,
Martha Stacey, Mary and Ann Swanton, M. Stone, Wm Ansell, Miss Ward,
Geo. Haselhurst, B. Nayden and wife, Alex Melvin, W. Wilson,
J. Phillips, T. Parker, W. Jones, T. Jenkins, A. Platt, W. Jenkinson,
Geo. Mortimer, F. Bell, Jessie Geard and family.
J. B. Were and Co. Agents.

20 August 1851
SEA
840 tons. arrival, Hobsons Bay,
Master: James McKay
Plymouth 18 May 1851
passenger list

Family Name Given Name Age Month Year Ship Book Page
ADAMS ANNE 34 AUG 1851 SEA 5 163
ADAMS ANNE 34 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 343
ADAMS EDWARD 0 AUG 1851 SEA 5 173
ADAMS EDWARD 31 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 343
ADAMS EDWARD 31 AUG 1851 SEA 5 163
ADAMS ELIZABETH A 0 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 343
ADAMS ELIZTH ANNE 0 AUG 1851 SEA 5 163
ADAMS EMMA 5 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 343
ADAMS EMMA 5 AUG 1851 SEA 5 163
ADAMS PHOEBE 9 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 343
ADAMS PHOEBE 9 AUG 1851 SEA 5 163
ADAMS WILLIAM 3 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 343
ADAMS WILLIAM 3 AUG 1851 SEA 5 163
ADDISON ADAM 44 AUG 1851 SEA 5 163
ADDISON ADAM 44 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 343
ADDISON EDMUND 8 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 343
ADDISON EDMUND 8 AUG 1851 SEA 5 163
ADDISON JEMIMA 42 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 343
ADDISON JEMIMA 42 AUG 1851 SEA 5 163
ADDISON JOHN THOMAS 17 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 343
ADDISON JOHN THOS 17 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
ADDISON MARTHA 14 AUG 1851 SEA 5 171
ADDISON MARTHA 14 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 343
ADDISON MARY ANNE 4 AUG 1851 SEA 5 163
ADDISON MARY ANNE 4 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 343
ADDISON REBECCA 15 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 343
ADDISON REBECCA 16 AUG 1851 SEA 5 171
ADDISON SARAH 19 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 343
ADDISON SARAH 20 AUG 1851 SEA 5 171
ADDISON SUSANNAH 21 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 343
ADDISON SUSANNAH 22 AUG 1851 SEA 5 171
ALLEN ALLEN 38 AUG 1851 SEA 5 163
ALLEN DOLBY 38 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 343
ALLEN JANE 24 AUG 1851 SEA 5 163
ALLEN JANE 34 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 343
ALLEN JOHN DOLBY 4 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 343
ALLEN JOHN DOLBY 4 AUG 1851 SEA 5 163
ANDERSON ANDREW 14 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 343
ANDERSON ANDREW 14 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
ANDERSON ANDREW 48 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 343
ANDERSON ANDREW 48 AUG 1851 SEA 5 163
ANDERSON JANE 16 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 343
ANDERSON JANE 16 AUG 1851 SEA 5 171
ANDERSON JANE 49 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 343
ANDERSON JANE 49 AUG 1851 SEA 5 163
ANDERSON WILLIAM 18 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
ANDERSON WILLIAM 18 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 343
AUSTIN JAMES 24 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
AUSTIN JAMES 24 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 350
BANKS MARGARET 36 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 343
BANKS MARGARET 36 AUG 1851 SEA 5 163
BANKS WILLIAM 38 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 343
BANKS WILLIAM 38 AUG 1851 SEA 5 163
BARBER WILLIAM 19 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 350
BARBER WILLIAM 19 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
BASS NAOMI 18 AUG 1851 SEA 5 163
BASS NAOMI 18 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 343
BASS SIMEON 25 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 343
BASS SIMON 25 AUG 1851 SEA 5 163
BEAN HELEN 25 AUG 1851 SEA 5 171
BEAN HELEN 25 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 352
BEAN MARGARET 20 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 352
BEAN MARGARET 20 AUG 1851 SEA 5 171
BEVIN SAMUEL 23 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
BEVIN SAMUEL 23 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 350
BOURKE BRIDGET 23 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
BOURKE BRIDGET 23 AUG 1851 SEA 4B 50
BOURKE JOHANNA 21 AUG 1851 SEA 5 171
BOURKE JOHANNA 21 AUG 1851 SEA 4B 50
BOURKE MARGARET 25 AUG 1851 SEA 5 171
BRAZIER GEORGE 23 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
BRAZIER GEORGE 23 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 350
BRAZIER THOMAS 18 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
BRAZIER THOMAS 18 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 350
BRENNAN JOHN 19 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
BRENNAN JOHN 19 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 350
BRENNAN MARTIN 24 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 350
BRENNAN MARTIN 24 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
BRIEN CATHERINE 19 AUG 1851 SEA 4B 50
BRION CATHERINE 19 AUG 1851 SEA 5 171
BRION CATHERINE 19 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 352
BRYANT C THOMAS 5 AUG 1851 SEA 5 163
BRYANT C THOMAS 5 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 344
BRYANT JAMES 40 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 344
BRYANT JAMES 40 AUG 1851 SEA 5 163
BRYANT JAMES EDWD 11 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 344
BRYANT JAS EDWARD 11 AUG 1851 SEA 5 163
BRYANT RICHARD 20 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 350
BRYANT RICHARD 20 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
BRYANT SARAH 37 AUG 1851 SEA 5 163
BRYANT SARAH 37 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 344
BRYANT SARAH A 8 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 344
BRYANT SARAH ANNE 8 AUG 1851 SEA 5 163
BRYANT STEPHEN JNO 15 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
BRYANT STEPHEN JOHN 15 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 344
BRYANT WILLIAM A 3 AUG 1851 SEA 5 163
BRYANT WILLIAM A 3 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 344
BUNTING ALICE 23 AUG 1851 SEA 5 171
BUNTING ALICE 23 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 352
BUNTING ALICE 24 AUG 1851 SEA 4B 50
BUNTING HANNAH 22 AUG 1851 SEA 5 171
BUNTING HANNAH 22 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 352
BUNTING HANNAH 22 AUG 1851 SEA 4B 50
BUNTING JOHN 27 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 343
BUNTING JOHN 27 AUG 1851 SEA 5 163
BUNTING MARGARET 18 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 343
BUNTING MARGARET 18 AUG 1851 SEA 5 163
BURKE BRIDGET 23 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 352
BURKE JOHANNA 21 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 352
BURKE MARGARET 25 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 352
BURNS JUDITH 22 AUG 1851 SEA 4B 50
BUTLER MARGARET 23 AUG 1851 SEA 5 163
BUTLER MARGARET 23 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 343
BUTLER MARY 0 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 343
BUTLER MARY 0 AUG 1851 SEA 5 163
BUTLER THOMAS 25 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 343
BUTLER THOMAS 25 AUG 1851 SEA 5 163
BYRNE JUDITH 22 AUG 1851 SEA 5 171
BYRNE JUDITH 22 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 352
CALDER ISESSIE 22 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
CALDER JESSE 23 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 352
CAMERON ANNE 25 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 344
CAMERON ANNE 25 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
CAMERON ARCHIBALD 0 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
CAMERON ARCHY 0 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 344
CAMERON JAMES 25 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
CAMERON JAMES 25 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 350
CAMERON RONALD 27 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
CAMERON RONALD 27 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 350
CAMERON THOMAS 26 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
CAMERON THOMAS 26 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 344
CAMPS ALICE 0 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 344
CAMPS ALICE 0 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
CAMPS AVIS 23 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
CAMPS AVIS 23 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 344
CAMPS EDWARD 23 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 344
CAMPS EDWARD 23 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
CARTWRIGHT CATHERINE 28 AUG 1851 SEA 5 163
CARTWRIGHT CATHERINE 28 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 344
CARTWRIGHT JOSEPH 32 AUG 1851 SEA 5 163
CARTWRIGHT JOSEPH 32 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 344
CASEY ANN 23 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
CASEY ANN 23 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 352
CASEY ANN 23 AUG 1851 SEA 4B 50
CASEY CATHERINE 25 AUG 1851 SEA 4B 50
CASEY CATHERINE 25 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
CASEY CATHERINE 25 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 352
CLAMPITT CATHERINE 10 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 344
CLAMPITT CATHERINE 10 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
CLAMPITT MARY 33 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
CLAMPITT MARY 33 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 344
CLAMPITT SAMUEL 35 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 344
CLAMPITT SAMUEL 35 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
CLARKE JOHN 29 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 350
CLARKE JOHN 29 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
COGALL CATHERINE 22 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 344
COGALL CATHERINE 22 AUG 1851 SEA 5 163
COGALL PETER 21 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 344
COGALL PETER 21 AUG 1851 SEA 5 163
CORMACK EDMUND 27 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 350
CORMACK EDMUND 27 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
CORMACK JOHN 22 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
CORMACK JOHN 22 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 350
CORMACK THOMAS 27 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
CORMACK THOMAS 27 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 350
COX HENRY 22 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 350
COX HENRY 22 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
CRAIG JOHN 21 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 350
CRAIG JOHN 21 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
CRUIKSHANK GEORGE 27 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 344
CRUIKSHANK GEORGE 27 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
CRUIKSHANK JAMES 2 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 344
CRUIKSHANK JAMES 2 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
CRUIKSHANK MARTHA 23 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 344
CRUIKSHANK MARTHA 23 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
CUBIS ELIZA 18 AUG 1851 SEA 5 171
CUBIT ELIZA 18 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 352
DARSEY JOHN 22 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
DARSEY JOHN 22 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 350
DAWSON CHARLES 18 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 344
DAWSON CHARLES 18 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
DAWSON ELIZABETH 11 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 344
DAWSON ELIZABETH 11 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
DAWSON JOHN 0 AUG 1851 SEA 5 173
DAWSON JOHN 21 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
DAWSON JOHN 21 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 344
DAWSON MARY 48 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 344
DAWSON MARY A 48 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
DAWSON REBECCA 13 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 344
DAWSON REBECCA 13 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
DAWSON ROBERT 0 AUG 1851 SEA 5 173
DAWSON ROBERT 50 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
DAWSON ROBERT 50 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 344
DAWSON SUSANNA 23 AUG 1851 SEA 4B 50
DAWSON SUSANNAH 24 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 344
DAWSON SUSANNAH 24 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
DAY TIMOTHY 19 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 350
DAY TIMOTHY 19 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
DELANEY CATHERINE 18 AUG 1851 SEA 4B 50
DELANEY CATHERINE 18 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 352
DELANEY CATHERINE 18 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
DELLOW ELIZABETH 10 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
DELLOW ELIZABETH 10 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 345
DELLOW ELIZABETH 24 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
DELLOW ELIZABETH 24 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 345
DELLOW GEORGE 8 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 345
DELLOW GEORGE 8 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
DELLOW JAMES 12 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 345
DELLOW JAMES 12 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
DELLOW JOHN 35 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 345
DELLOW JOHN 35 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
DELLOW SOPHIA 14 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
DELLOW SOPHIA 14 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 345
DELLOW WILLIAM 6 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 345
DELLOW WILLIAM 6 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
DERRICK SAMUEL 26 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
DERRICK SAMUEL 26 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 350
DERRICKS MARTHA 29 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 344
DERRICKS MARTHA 29 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
DERRICKS WILLIAM 22 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
DERRICKS WILLIAM 22 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 344
DUGGAN MARY 38 AUG 1851 SEA 4B 50
DUGGAN MARY 38 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 352
DUGGAN MARY 38 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
EDWARDS JOHN 22 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 350
EDWARDS JOHN 22 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
EXTON ELIZA 27 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
EXTON ELIZA 27 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 345
EXTON GEORGE 31 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
EXTON GEORGE 31 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 345
EXTON OLIVER 2 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 345
EXTON OLIVER 2 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
EXTON SAMUEL 0 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 345
EXTON SAMUEL 0 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
EXTON SARAH 4 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
EXTON SARAH 4 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 345
FLATT JOHN 21 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 350
FLATT JOHN 21 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
FLETCHER DONALD 21 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 350
FLETCHER DONALD 21 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
FLETCHER MILES 31 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 350
FLETCHER MILES 31 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
FOLLETT JAMES 18 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 350
FOLLETT JAMES 18 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
FROMENT HENRY 22 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
FROMENT JEREMIAH 25 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
FROMMENT HENRY 22 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 350
FROMMENT JEREMIAH 25 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 350
FULLER THOMAS 21 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 350
FULLER THOMAS 21 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
GALVIN ELIZA 10 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
GALVIN ELIZA 10 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 345
GALVIN ELLEN 36 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
GALVIN ELLEN 36 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 345
GALVIN JOHN 16 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
GALVIN JOHN 16 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 345
GALVIN MARY 17 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
GALVIN MARY 17 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 345
GALVIN MICHAEL 38 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 345
GALVIN MICHAEL 38 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
GALVIN PATRICK 8 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 345
GALVIN PATRICK 8 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
GALVIN RICHARD 15 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 345
GALVIN RICHARD 15 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
GALVINE MARY 16 AUG 1851 SEA 4B 50
GIBBINS ANN 30 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 352
GIBBINS THOMAS 72 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 350
GIBBONS ANN 30 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
GIBBONS THOMAS 72 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
GIBSON JOHN 24 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 345
GIBSON JOHN 24 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
GIBSON MARY 21 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
GIBSON MARY 21 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 345
GIBSON ROBERT 35 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 345
GIBSON ROBERT 35 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
GIBSON ROBERT J 0 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
GIBSON ROBT J 0 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 345
GIBSON SUSAN 23 AUG 1851 SEA 5 164
GIBSON SUSAN 23 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 345
HANCOCK JAMES 30 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 350
HANCOCK JAMES 30 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
HARRIS CHARLES 21 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
HARRIS CHARLES 21 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 350
HASTINGS ELLEN 0 AUG 1851 SEA 4B 50
HASTINGS ELLEN 20 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 352
HASTINGS ELLEN 20 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
HAYES AMY 33 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
HAYES AMY 33 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 345
HAYES ANNE ELIZA 11 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
HAYES ANNE ELIZA 11 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 345
HAYES EDWARD B 30 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 345
HAYES EDWARD B 30 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
HENNESSEY DAVID 4 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
HENNESSEY ELIZABETH 39 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
HENNESSEY ELLEN 2 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
HENNESSEY JAMES 20 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
HENNESSEY JOHANNA 18 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
HENNESSEY JULIA 6 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
HENNESSEY MARGARET 16 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
HENNESSEY MARY 14 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
HENNESSEY MICHAEL 8 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
HENNESSEY PATRICK 14 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
HENNESSEY PATRICK 48 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
HENNESSY DAVID 4 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 346
HENNESSY ELIZABETH 39 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 346
HENNESSY ELLEN 2 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 346
HENNESSY JAMES 20 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 346
HENNESSY JOHANNA 18 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 346
HENNESSY JULIA 6 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 346
HENNESSY MARGARET 16 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 346
HENNESSY MARY 14 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 346
HENNESSY MICHAEL 8 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 346
HENNESSY PATRICK 14 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 346
HENNESSY PATRICK 48 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 346
HENNESY JOHANNA 18 AUG 1851 SEA 4B 50
HENNESY MARGERET 16 AUG 1851 SEA 4B 50
HENNESY MARY 14 AUG 1851 SEA 4B 50
HILL JOHN 25 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
HILL JOHN 25 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 350
HISHON BRIDGET 14 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 346
HISHON BRIDGET 14 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
HISHON DANIEL 17 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 346
HISHON DANIEL 18 AUG 1851 SEA 5 169
HISHON MARGARET 38 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 346
HISHON MARGARET 38 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
HISHON MARY 18 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
HISHON MARY 18 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 346
HISHON MORTIMER 6 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 346
HISHON MORTIMER 6 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
HISHON MORTIMER 38 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 346
HISHON MORTIMOR 38 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
HISHON WILLIAM 13 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
HISHON WILLIAM 13 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 346
HISHONE BRIDGET 14 AUG 1851 SEA 4B 50
HISHONE MARY 19 AUG 1851 SEA 4B 50
HODGE WILLIAM 19 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 350
HODGE WILLIAM 19 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
HOLLIDAY CAROLINE 24 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 345
HOLLIDAY CAROLINE 24 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
HOLLIDAY THOMAS 23 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
HOLLIDAY THOMAS 23 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 345
HOLLIDAY WILLIAM 0 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
HOLLIDAY WILLIAM 0 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 345
HUTCHINSON WILLIAM 23 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
HUTCHINSON WILLIAM 23 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 350
KEEFE CORNELIUS 20 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 350
KEEFE CORNELIUS 20 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
KELLY ANN 35 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 346
KELLY ANN 35 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
KELLY MICHAEL 18 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 351
KELLY MICHAEL 18 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
KELLY THOMAS 33 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 346
KELLY THOMAS 33 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
KERR JAMES 18 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 351
KERR JAMES 18 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
KETTLE ANN 11 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 346
KETTLE ANNE 11 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
KETTLE EDITH 27 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
KETTLE EDITH 27 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 346
KETTLE ELLEN 0 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
KETTLE ELLEN 0 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 346
KETTLE JANE 3 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
KETTLE JANE 3 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 346
KETTLE JOHN 5 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
KETTLE JOHN 5 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 346
KETTLE PETER 32 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 346
KETTLE PETER 32 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
KILLACKY MARY 24 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 352
KILLACKY MARY 24 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
KILLOCHY MARY 24 AUG 1851 SEA 4B 50
KNAPE ROBERT 18 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
KNAPE ROBERT 18 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 350
LAMB MARY 0 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
LAMB MARY 0 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 346
LAMB MARY 33 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
LAMB MARY 33 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 346
LAMB THOMAS 34 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
LAMB THOMAS 34 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 346
LAMMELL AGNES 0 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 346
LAMMELL AGNES 0 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
LAMMELL GRACE 32 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
LAMMELL GRACE 32 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 346
LAMMELL HUGH 42 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
LAMMELL HUGH 42 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 346
LAMMELL JANE 11 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 346
LAMMELL JANE PURDIE 11 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
LAWRENCE JAMES 28 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
LAWRENCE JAMES 28 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 351
LEAHY ANDREW 25 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
LEAHY ANDREW 25 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 351
LUMBALL ANNE 20 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
LUMBALL EDWD GOUVER 25 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
LUMBELL ANNE 20 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 345
LUMBELL EDWARD 25 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 345
LYNCH ALICE 19 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
LYNCH ALICE 19 AUG 1851 SEA 4B 50
LYNCH ALLY 19 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 352
LYNCH MARY 22 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 352
LYNCH MARY 22 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
LYNCH MARY 22 AUG 1851 SEA 4B 50
MADDEN DANIEL 23 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
MADDEN DANIEL 23 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 351
MAHER EDMUND 38 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 347
MAHER EDMUND 38 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
MAHER MARY 37 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
MAHER MARY 37 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 347
MAHER MICHAEL 18 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 347
MAHER MICHAEL 18 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
MAHER THOMAS 19 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 347
MAHER THOMAS 19 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
MALONE ELLEN 0 AUG 1851 SEA 4B 50
MARONEY BARTHOLOMEW 0 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
MARONEY BARTHOLOMEW 0 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 347
MARONEY BRIDGET 5 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
MARONEY BRIDGET 5 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 347
MARONEY ELLEN 21 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 352
MARONEY ELLEN 21 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
MARONEY HONORA 11 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
MARONEY HONORA 11 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 347
MARONEY HONORA 36 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
MARONEY HONORA 36 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 347
MARONEY JOHN 17 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 347
MARONEY JOHN 17 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
MARONEY MARTIN 14 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
MARONEY MARTIN 14 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 347
MARONEY MICHAEL 3 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 347
MARONEY MICHAEL 3 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
MARONEY PATRICK 14 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
MARONEY PATRICK 14 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 347
MARONEY PATRICK 38 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 347
MARONEY PATRICK 38 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
MARTIN MARY A 21 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 347
MARTIN MARY A 21 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
MARTIN ROBERT 26 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
MARTIN ROBERT 26 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 347
MARTIN WILLIAM 23 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
MARTIN WILLIAM 23 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 351
MCDOWALL CATHENE 29 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
MCDOWALL CATHERINE 29 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 348
MCDOWALL JANET 1 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
MCDOWALL JANET 1 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 348
MCDOWALL JOHN 30 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 348
MCDOWALL JOHN 30 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
MCKAY DONALD 0 AUG 1851 SEA 5 173
MCKAY DONALD 33 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
MCKAY DONALD 33 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 347
MCKAY GEORGIANA 23 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
MCKAY GEORGINA 23 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 347
MCKAY JAMES CAPT 0 AUG 1851 SEA 5 173
MCKEVITT HENRY SURG SUPT 0 AUG 1851 SEA 5 173
MCLEAN ANN 33 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 347
MCLEAN ANN 33 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
MCLEAN DONALD 6 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
MCLEAN DONALD 6 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 347
MCLEAN JOHN 34 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
MCLEAN JOHN 34 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 347
MCLEAN MARGARET 4 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
MCLEAN MARGARET 4 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 347
MCLEAN MARY 23 AUG 1851 SEA 4B 50
MCLEAN MARY 23 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
MCLEAN MARY 23 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 352
MCMILLER ALEXANDER 30 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 347
MCMILLER ALEXANDER 30 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
MCMILLER MARY 24 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
MCMILLER MARY 24 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 347
MCNAIR JAMES 3 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 347
MCNAIR JAMES 3 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
MCNAIR JAMES 29 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
MCNAIR JAMES 29 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 347
MCNAIR JANE 28 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 347
MCNAIR JANE 28 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
MCNAIR WILLIAM 1 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
MCNAIR WILLIAM 1 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 347
MCNAMARA BRIDGET 17 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 352
MCNAMARA BRIDGET 17 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
MILES EDWARD 0 AUG 1851 SEA 5 173
MILES EDWARD 23 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 347
MILES ELIZA 22 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 347
MILLER ALEXANDER 0 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 347
MILLER ALEXANDER 1 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
MILLER ELLEN 27 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 347
MILLER ELLEN 27 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
MILLER FRANCIS 28 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 347
MILLER FRANCIS 28 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
MILLER JOHN 0 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 347
MILLER JOHN 1 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
MILLER THOMAS 23 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 351
MILLER THOMAS 23 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
MOODY DONALD 31 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
MOODY DONALD 31 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 347
MOODY LYDIA 28 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 347
MOODY LYDIA 28 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
MORONEY ELLEN 19 AUG 1851 SEA 4B 50
MULLINS CATHERINE 22 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
MULLINS CATHERINE 22 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 352
MULLINS CATHERINE 24 AUG 1851 SEA 4B 50
MYLES EDWARD 23 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
MYLES ELIZA 22 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
NUGENT HONORA 16 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 352
NUGENT HONORA 16 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
NUGENT HONORA 17 AUG 1851 SEA 4B 50
NUGENT MARTIN 23 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
NUGENT MARTIN 23 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 351
OBRIEN CATHERINE 19 AUG 1851 SEA 4B 50
OBRIEN MARGARET 18 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
OBRIEN MARGARET 18 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 348
OBRIEN TERENCE 23 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 348
OBRIEN TERENCE 23 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
PALMER HENRY 21 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 351
PALMER HENRY 21 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
PATULLO AGNES 0 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
PATULLO AGNES 0 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 348
PATULLO GEORGE 28 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
PATULLO GEORGE 28 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 348
PATULLO JAMES 2 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 348
PATULLO JAMES 2 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
PATULLO JANE 4 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
PATULLO JANE 4 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 348
PATULLO JANET 26 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 348
PATULLO JANET 26 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
PATULLO PETER 22 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
PATULLO PETER 22 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 351
PEARSON MARY 19 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
PEARSON MARY 19 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 353
PEARSON WILLIAM 20 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 351
PEARSON WILLIAM 20 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
PEEL HENRY 23 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
PEEL HENRY 23 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 348
PEEL MARGARET 29 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
PEEL MARGARET 29 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 348
PEEL SARAH JANE 0 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 348
PEEL SARAH JANE 0 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
PICKERING ELIZABETH 0 AUG 1851 SEA 5 173
PICKERING ELIZABETH 45 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 353
PICKERING ELIZABETH 45 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
PICKERING HANNAH 14 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 353
PICKERING HANNAH 14 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
PIGOT SARAH 2 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 348
PIGOT SARAH 30 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 348
PIGOT SARAH 30 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
PIGOT SARAH ANN 2 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
PIGOT WILLIAM 4 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 348
PIGOT WILLIAM 4 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
PIGOT WILLIAM 26 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 348
PIGOT WILLIAM 26 AUG 1851 SEA 5 166
PITHERS ALFRED 20 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
PITHERS ALFRED 20 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 351
POWER â- INFANT WITH 0 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 348
POWER â- INFANT WITH 0 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
POWER ALICE 30 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
POWER ALICE 30 AUG 1851 SEA 4B 50
POWER ALICE 30 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 352
POWER CATHERINE 27 AUG 1851 SEA 4B 50
POWER CATHERINE 27 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
POWER CATHERINE 27 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 352
POWER MARGARET 25 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 348
POWER MARGARET 25 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
POWER THOMAS 36 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 348
POWER THOMAS 36 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
PURCELL BRIDGET 23 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
PURCELL MARY 21 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
PURCELL MARY 21 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 353
PURCELL MARY 21 AUG 1851 SEA 4B 50
PURDIE JANE 11 AUG 1851 SEA 5 165
REYNOLDS ANNE 28 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 348
REYNOLDS ANNE 28 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
REYNOLDS GEORGE 2 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 348
REYNOLDS GEORGE 2 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
REYNOLDS GEORGE 26 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 348
REYNOLDS GEORGE 26 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
REYNOLDS MARY A 0 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
REYNOLDS MARY ANNE 0 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 348
ROBINSON GEORGE 20 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
ROBINSON GEORGE 20 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 351
ROURKE ANN 21 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
ROURKE ANN 21 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 353
ROURKE ANN 21 AUG 1851 SEA 4B 50
RYAN ANDREW 26 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
RYAN ANDREW 26 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 351
SCOTT CATHERINE 21 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 349
SCOTT CATHERINE 21 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
SCOTT DAVID 17 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
SCOTT DAVID 17 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 351
SCOTT MARY 21 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 353
SCOTT MARY 21 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
SCOTT THOMAS 22 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
SCOTT THOMAS 22 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 349
SHAUGHNESSEY DANIEL 21 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
SHAUGHNESSY DANIEL 21 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 351
SHEA CATHERINE 28 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 348
SHEA CATHERINE 28 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
SHEA JUDITH 3 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 348
SHEA JUDITH 3 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
SHEA MARGARET 12 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 348
SHEA MARGARET 12 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
SHEA MARY 8 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 348
SHEA MARY 8 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
SHEA STEPHEN 36 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
SHEA STEPHEN 36 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 348
SIMMONDS ELIZA 23 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 353
SIMMONDS ELIZA 23 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
SINCLAIR BARBARA 2 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 348
SINCLAIR BARBARA 2 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
SINCLAIR CATHERINE 29 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
SINCLAIR CATHERINE 29 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 348
SINCLAIR DAVID 0 AUG 1851 SEA 5 173
SINCLAIR DAVID 29 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 348
SINCLAIR DAVID 39 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
SINCLAIR JOHN 27 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 351
SINCLAIR JOHN 27 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
SINCLAIR PETER 4 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
SINCLAIR PETER 4 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 348
SLATTERY DANIEL 19 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 351
SLATTERY DANIEL 19 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
SLY GEORGE 0 AUG 1851 SEA 5 173
SLY GEORGE 35 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
SLY GEORGE 35 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 349
SLY SARAH 26 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 349
SLY SARAH 26 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
SMITH EDWARD 35 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 349
SMITH EDWARD 35 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
SMITH JAMES 32 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
SMITH JAMES 32 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 349
SMITH JANE 12 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 349
SMITH JANE 12 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
SMITH MARMADUKE 12 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 349
SMITH MARMADUKE 12 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
SMITH MARY 33 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
SMITH MARY 33 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 349
SMITH SARAH 24 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 349
SMITH SARAH 24 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
SMITH WILLIAM 3 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
SMITH WILLIAM 3 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 349
SMITH WILLIAM 5 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 349
SMITH WILLIAM 5 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
SMOOTHY WILLIAM 21 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 351
SMOOTHY WILLIAM 21 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
SPENCE JAMES CREW 0 AUG 1851 SEA 5 173
SPRIGGS ELIZABETH 27 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 349
SPRIGGS ELIZABETH 27 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
SPRIGGS FREDERICK 4 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
SPRIGGS FREDERICK 26 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
SPRIGGS FREDRICK 4 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 349
SPRIGGS FREDRICK 26 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 349
SPRIGGS THOMAS 1 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 349
SPRIGGS THOMAS 1 AUG 1851 SEA 5 167
STANNARD CHARLES 0 AUG 1851 SEA 5 173
STANNARD CHARLES 20 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 351
STANNARD CHARLES 20 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
STEELE ELLEN 23 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 353
STEELE ELLEN 23 AUG 1851 SEA 4B 50
STEELE ELLEN 23 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
STODDART SIMEON 25 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 351
STODDART SIMON 25 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
STREETER JAMES 30 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
STREETER JAMES 30 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 351
SUTHERLAND W CREW 0 AUG 1851 SEA 5 173
TEMPLETON JAMES 0 AUG 1851 SEA 5 173
TEMPLETON JAMES 25 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
TEMPLETON JAMES 25 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 351
TEMPLETON JANET 25 AUG 1851 SEA 5 168
TEMPLETON JANET 25 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 349
TEMPLETON ROBERT 26 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 349
TEMPLETON ROBERT 26 AUG 1851 SEA 5 168
THORNTON THOMAS 27 AUG 1851 SEA 5 170
THORNTON THOMAS 27 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 351
TODD ADA 6 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 349
TODD ELIZABETH 35 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 349
TODD ELIZABETH 35 AUG 1851 SEA 5 168
TODD JOHN 25 AUG 1851 SEA 5 168
TODD JOHN 25 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 349
TODD OSLA 6 AUG 1851 SEA 5 168
TODD THOMAS SEA 0 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 349
TODD THOMAS SEA 0 AUG 1851 SEA 5 168
TOWHEY MARGARET 23 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 353
TOWHEY MARGARET 23 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
TOWHEY MARY 15 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 353
TOWHEY MARY 15 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
TULLOCH BARBARA 25 AUG 1851 SEA 5 168
TULLOCH JOHN 26 AUG 1851 SEA 5 171
TULLOCH THOMAS 21 AUG 1851 SEA 5 168
TULLOCH WILLIAM 18 AUG 1851 SEA 5 171
TULLOCK BARBARA 25 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 349
TULLOCK JOHN 26 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 351
TULLOCK THOMAS 21 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 349
TULLOCK WILLIAM 18 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 351
VIRTUE JOHN 19 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 351
VIRTUE JOHN 19 AUG 1851 SEA 5 171
WAGSTAFF CAROLINE 22 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 349
WAGSTAFF CAROLINE 22 AUG 1851 SEA 5 168
WAGSTAFF DAVID 21 AUG 1851 SEA 5 168
WAGSTAFF DAVID 21 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 349
WALLER JOHN 19 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 351
WALLER JOHN 19 AUG 1851 SEA 5 171
WALLS BETSY 29 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 349
WALLS BETSY 29 AUG 1851 SEA 5 168
WALLS JOHN 26 AUG 1851 SEA 5 168
WALLS JOHN 26 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 349
WARNE JAMES 30 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 352
WARNE JAMES 30 AUG 1851 SEA 5 171
WATT GEORGE 18 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 351
WATT GEORGE 18 AUG 1851 SEA 5 171
WELLS HANNAH 21 AUG 1851 SEA 4B 50
WELLS HANNAH S 26 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 353
WELLS HANNAH STONE 26 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
WHITE MATILDA 24 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 349
WHITE MATILDA 24 AUG 1851 SEA 5 168
WHITE WILLIAM 34 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 349
WHITE WILLIAM 34 AUG 1851 SEA 5 168
WILLIAMS JOHN 18 AUG 1851 SEA 5 171
WILLIAMS JOHN 18 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 352
WILLIAMS RICHARD 22 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 352
WILLIAMS RICHARD 22 AUG 1851 SEA 5 171
WILLIAMSON DONALD 18 AUG 1851 SEA 5 171
WILLIAMSON DONALD 18 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 352
WILLIAMSON JAMES 21 AUG 1851 SEA 5 171
WILLIAMSON JAMES 21 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 352
WILLIAMSON JANET 38 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 353
WILLIAMSON JANET 38 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
WILMOTT JONATHAN 21 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 352
WILMOTT JONATHON 21 AUG 1851 SEA 5 171
WOODS MICHAEL 24 AUG 1851 SEA 5 168
WOODS MICHAEL 24 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 349
WOODS SARAH 20 AUG 1851 SEA 5 168
WOODS SARAH 20 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 349
WOOLARD ISAAC 17 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 351
WOOLARD THOMAS 26 AUG 1851 SEA 5 171
WOOLARD THOMAS 26 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 351
WOOLLARDISAAC 17 AUG 1851 SEA 5 171
WORTHY MARY 18 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
WORTHY MARY 18 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 353
WRIGHT GEORGE 20 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 351
WRIGHT GEORGE 20 AUG 1851 SEA 5 171
WRIGHT JOHN 30 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 351
WRIGHT JOHN 30 AUG 1851 SEA 5 171
WRIGHT THOMAS 22 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 351
WRIGHT THOMAS 22 AUG 1851 SEA 5 171
WRIGHT THOMAS 24 AUG 1851 SEA 5 171
WRIGHT THOMAS 24 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 351
YOUNG DAVID 24 AUG 1851 SEA 5 171
YOUNG DAVID 24 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 352
YOUNG REBECCA 21 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 353
YOUNG REBECCA 21 AUG 1851 SEA 5 172
YOUNG REBECCA 21 AUG 1851 SEA 4B 50

22 November 1851
Tasmania
506 tons,
H. F. Bell, commander, from London
Passengers-Mrs Dodsworth, Mr Grier, and 196
emigrants.
Family Name Given Name Age Month Year Ship Book Page
ABRAHAM GEORGE 3 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
ABRAHAM JOHN 8 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
ABRAHAM JOSEPH 30 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
ABRAHAM MARTHA 30 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
ABRAHAM MARY 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
ALWAY ELIZTH 23 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 198
BALFOUR CATHERINE 29 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
BALFOUR MARGARET 4 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
BALFOUR WILLIAM 30 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
BARKER DAVID 13 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
BARKER GEORGE 18 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 199
BARKER GEORGE 18 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
BARKER JAMES 41 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
BARKER NATHAN 12 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
BARKER PETER 16 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
BARKER PETER 16 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 199
BARKER SAMUEL 2 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
BARKER SUSANNAH 40 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
BARKER WILLIAM 5 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
BELL HENRY FREDERIC CAPT 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 201
BENSON â- INFANT WITH 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 201
BENSON â- INFANT WITH 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 201
BENSON â- WIFE WITH 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 200
BENSON DINAH 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 201
BENSON DINAH 27 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 201
BENSON JOSEPH 23 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 198
BENSON JOSEPH 23 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 200
BENSTEAD JANE 23 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 198
BOHAY JOHN 20 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 197
CAMERON ALLAN 3 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
CAMERON ALLAN 26 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
CAMERON ANGUS 34 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
CAMERON ANN 5 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
CAMERON ANN 36 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
CAMERON CATHERINE 8 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
CAMERON DONALD 17 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 197
CAMERON DUNCAN 3 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
CAMERON DUNCAN 22 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 197
CAMERON FLORA 1 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
CAMERON JAMES 22 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 197
CAMERON JANE 26 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
CAMERON JANET 16 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 198
CAMERON JANET 26 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 198
CAMERON JOHN 16 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 199
CAMERON JOHN 16 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
CAMERON JOHN 38 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
CAMERON KENNETH 12 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
CAMERON LAURA 47 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 198
CAMERON MARGRIE 25 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
CAMERON MARY 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
CAMERON MARY 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
CAMERON MARY 14 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 200
CAMERON MARY 14 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
CAMERON PETER 30 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 197
CAMPBELL CHRISTINA 22 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 198
CANNY MARGARET 20 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 198
CANNY MARY 18 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 198
CARRICK RICHARD 30 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 197
CARRISON ADAM 18 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 199
CARRISON ADAM 18 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
CARRISON CATHERINE 47 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
CARRISON EMILY 8 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
CARRISON FANNY 18 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
CARRISON FANNY 18 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 200
CARRISON MARGARET 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 201
CARRISON MARGARET 22 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 200
CARRISON MARGARET 22 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
CARRISON ROBERT 20 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 199
CARRISON ROBERT 20 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
CARRISON ROBERT 48 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
CARRISON SAMSON 10 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
CARRISON SARAH ANN 12 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
CARRISON SUSAN 13 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
CARRISON SUSAN 13 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 200
CARROLL MARY 18 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 198
CARTER JOHN 26 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 197
CASH MARY ANN 22 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
CASH THOMAS 25 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
CASH WILLIAM 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
CHADHON JOHN 21 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 197
COULSON EDWARD 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 201
COULSON EDWARD 32 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 197
COX JOHN 26 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 197
CRAWFORD JOHN 22 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 197
CRISP M ANN 22 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 198
CROSS ELIZTH 2 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
CROSS JOHN 27 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
CROSS SAMUEL 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
CROSS SARAH 21 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 194
DIAMOND ALFRED 21 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
DIAMOND CAROLINE 26 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
DODSWORTH ANN LOUISA MRS 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 201
FITZPATRICK AUSTIN 7 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
FITZPATRICK BRIDGET 14 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 200
FITZPATRICK BRIDGET 14 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
FITZPATRICK DARBY 36 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
FITZPATRICK KATE 34 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
FITZPATRICK MARY 3 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
FRANCOMBE ALFRED 5 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
FRANCOMBE CAPLE 3 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
FRANCOMBE DANIEL 10 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
FRANCOMBE HANNAH 18 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 199
FRANCOMBE HANNAH 35 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
FRANCOMBE MARK 8 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
FRANCOMBE WILLIAM 32 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
FRENCH SARAH 18 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 198
GALL ALEXANDER 17 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 199
GALL ALEXANDER 17 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
GALL ALEXANDER 52 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
GALL CHARLES 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 201
GALL CHARLES 28 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
GALL CHARLES 28 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 199
GALL CHARLOTTE 27 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 200
GALL CHARLOTTE 27 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
GALL ELIZABETH 25 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 200
GALL ELIZABETH 25 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
GALL ISABELLA 15 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 200
GALL ISABELLA 15 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
GALL ISABELLA 55 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
GALL JAMES 32 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 199
GALL JAMES 32 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
GALL JANE 21 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
GALL JANE 21 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 200
GALL MARY 23 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 201
GODING RICHARD 18 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 197
GOLDING BRITTANNIA 21 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
GOLDING CHS ROBT 26 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
GRIER CHARLES SURG SUPT 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 201
HAGGER FRANK 4 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
HAGGER MARY 25 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
HAGGER THOMAS 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
HAGGER THOMAS 27 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
HARRIS ELIZABETH 19 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 199
HAYCRAFT SAML HENRY CREW 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 201
HENDERSON CHRISTINA 29 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
HENDERSON GEORGE 26 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
HENDERSON JAMES 9 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
HUTCHINSON CATHERINE 21 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
HUTCHINSON JAMES 27 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
HUTCHINSON MARY ANN 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
ILSLEY JOEL 34 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 197
JAMES HUGH THOMAS CREW 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 201
KENNY EDMUND 30 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 197
KERBY WM HY 22 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 197
KEYES BRIDGET 6 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 196
KEYES DENNIS 37 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 196
KEYES JAMES 15 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 196
KEYES JAMES 15 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 199
KEYES MARY 34 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 196
KEYES MICHAEL 12 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 196
KEYS MARY 26 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 199
KING DANIEL 2 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 201
KING ELIZABETH 27 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
KING JOHN 28 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 195
KNIGHT JAMES 20 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 197
LAIDLOW ROBERT 20 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 197
LAIDLOW THOMAS 18 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 197
LAING ALEXANDER 25 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 196
LAING MARGARET 28 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 196
LAMB MARGARET 24 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 199
LANG ALEXANDER 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 201
LEABY ELLEN 22 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 199
MALT BENJAMIN 29 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 196
MALT MARTHA 22 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 196
MALT WILLIAM 26 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 197
MCANDREW JOHN 23 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 197
MCDONALD â- INFANT WITH 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 201
MCDONALD JOHN 32 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 196
MCDONALD MARGARET 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 201
MCDONALD MYSIE 33 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 196
MCINTYRE CATHERINE 23 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 196
MCINTYRE ROBERT 26 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 196
MCKILLOP DONALD 28 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 198
MCKILLOP DUNCAN 26 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 197
MCKINNON AGNES 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 196
MCKINNON CHARLES 35 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 196
MCKINNON EUPHEMIA 28 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 196
MCMAHON BIDDY 23 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 199
MCMAHON KATE 20 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 199
MCPHEE EWEN 18 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 197
MCPHEE JANE 28 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 199
MCPHEE JOHN 29 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 198
MCPHEE MARY 26 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 199
MCWILLIAMS EUPHEMIA 25 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 196
MCWILLIAMS THOMAS 31 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 196
MOORE M ANN 22 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 199
MORIATY JAMES 18 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 197
OBRIEN CATHERINE 22 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 199
PALMER JOHN 22 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 198
PHILLIPS ADAM 21 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 198
POWER ELIZA 18 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 199
POWER MARY 20 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 199
PURNELL JOHN 20 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 198
PURNELL WILLIAM 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 201
RANKIN ALEXANDER 5 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 196
RANKIN ANGUS 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 201
RANKIN ANGUS 21 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 198
RANKIN DONALD 10 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 196
RANKIN JOHN 36 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 196
RANKIN MARY 12 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 196
RANKIN SARAH 13 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 196
RANKIN SARAH 32 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 196
RAWLINS â- HUSBAND WITH 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 200
RAWLINS JANE 32 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 200
RAWLINS JANE 32 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 199
RAWLINS RICHARD 46 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 201
REDGEN ELIZA 16 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 200
REDGEN ELIZA 16 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 196
REDGEN ELIZABETH 48 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 196
REDGEN JOHN 52 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 196
REDGEN SARAH 16 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 200
REDGEN SARAH 16 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 196
REGAN ANDREW 30 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 198
REID THOMAS 28 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 198
RORUM JAMES 19 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 198
RUSSELL WILLIAM 23 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 198
RYAN JOHN 25 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 198
RYNES HENRY 21 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 198
SANGSTER ALEXANDER 25 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 198
SCOTT ISABELLA 21 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 199
SHANDLEY M ANN 17 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 199
SMITH ELIZABETH 31 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 196
SMITH SAMUEL 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 201
SMITH SAMUEL 31 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 196
STRADWICK WILLIAM 19 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 198
SULLIVAN CATHERINE 21 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 199
SULLIVAN MARGARET 18 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 199
TAYLOR ANN 19 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 196
TAYLOR THOMAS 19 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 196
WATSON JOHN 30 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 198
WOMBWELL â- 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 197
WOMBWELL â- INFANT WITH 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 201
WOMBWELL ABIGAH 10 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 197
WOMBWELL ABIJAH 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 200
WOMBWELL CHARLES 40 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 197
WOMBWELL ELILAH 12 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 197
WOMBWELL EMMA 3 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 197
WOMBWELL JOSEPH 15 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 197
WOMBWELL JOSEPH 15 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 199
WOMBWELL PHILUS 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 200
WOMBWELL PHILUS 6 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 197
WOMBWELL SUSANNAH 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 201
WOMBWELL SUSANNAH 34 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 197
WOMBWELL WILLIAM 14 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 199
WOMBWELL WILLIAM 14 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 197
YEOMAN FRANCIS 18 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 198
YEOMAN JAMES 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 201
YEOMAN JAMES 35 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 198


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LAND GRANTS NEW SOUTH WALES 1820

SURVEYOR GENERAL'S OFFICE,
Sydney, 18th September 1820.
By Command of His Excellency the Governor,
JOHN OXLEY, Surveyor General.

NOTICE is hereby given, that GRANTS to the undermentioned Persons are ready for Delivery
at this Office ; and Persons who do not apply for their Grants within one Month from this Date,
will be considered as having relinquished all Claim to the Lands measured to them
the Grants will consequently be cancelled and allotted to such Persons (having Orders for Land)
as may make Application for the same.

Thomas Acres, Thomas Adams, William Aspinall,
Robert Bostock, William Bateman, William Blackman,
Wiliam Burgen, Thomas Blackett, William Barnett,
James Byrne, George Carr, William Clark, William
Carter, George Cribb, Thomas Cosgrove, Colebee (Black Native),
George Core, John Coogan, George Collisse, John Donnelly,
Roger Doyle, Philip Devine, William Deane, James Duff, William Dye,
Rowland Edwards, William Fairburn, Richard Freeman, Sam. Freeman,
John Freeman, Thomas Gorman, Frederick Garling, Esq. Edward Gould,
John Grover, Thomas Green, John Goldsmith, Richard Hicks, John Harris,
Esq. John Harris, Esq. John Harris, Esq. John Harris, Hamilton Hume,
Edmund Hobson, Mr. William Johnston, John Kennedy, William Lawson, Esq.
Paul Loutherborough, Robert Lowe, Esq. Francis Lloyd,
John Lame, William Lane, Sarah Middleton, Edward M'Gee, Bernard Moran,
Dennis Molloy, Joseph McLaughlin Peter McAlpin , Giles William Moore,
Thomas M'Guire,Thomas M'Dongal, Matthew Pearce, George Percival,
Richard Partridge, jun. George Panton, Esq. William Pawson,
George Pashley, jun. John Palfrey, Stephen Richardson, Jacob Russell,
Richard Rouse, Richard Rouse, Richard Rouse, William Sykes,
John Smith, George Smith, Timothy Sheady, Robert Sherringam,
John Stephenson, James Smith, James Smith, George Stanbury,
James Sherrard, John Small, James Smith, John Smith, William Shelly,
Edward Tutty, Daniel Tindall, jun. Andrew Thompson, Doctor Townson,
John Tonks, Antonio Vitrio, James Wilshire, John White; William West,
George Wilson, Henry York, Charles York.

Source:
The Sydney Gazette
Saturday 7 October 1820
Transcription, janilye 2014

Land Grants for 1821


Hughenden Primary School Prep 2 class photo, 1949?

From Flinders Shire Historical Photographic Project
Name/Title
Hughenden Primary School Prep 2 class photo, 1949?
About this object
A photo of Hughenden Primary School Prep 2 class, 1949?

Identified in this photo, from left to right:
Back Row: -- , Maxim Wilson, -- , Robert Wearing, Michael Laverty, Charlie Steene, -- , Gustav Van Latham, -- , Peter Galliott, Kevin Watson.

Middle Row: Pam Neville, -- , -- , Rodney Ingram, John Robinson, Robert Barton, Allan Paine, Ken Baker, Ian Alloway, Jenny Hunter, -- .

Front Row: Elizabeth Cooper, Marilyn May, Eileen Wall, Pearl Painter, Edna Rogers, Darial Long, Sandra Ellis, Norma Perry, Marlene Watson.

CAN YOU IDENTIFY

Handwritten on reverse side: "Hughenden Primary School, ? 1949
From Max Wilson -â Hughenden Historical Society - No. [262][212][244] P143" (text in square brackets crossed out)
Printed on paper and adhered to reverse side: "1949 - PREP 2 ?

Possible Names Keith Green, Mervyn Alloway, Dawn Corrigan, Daphne Corrigan, Herbert Clemments, Carol Walker, George Foster, Eric Conway, Ernest Wiggins, Noel Coffison, John Burr, Violet Burr, Robert Morris
Printed on reverse side: FUJIFILM Color Crystal Archive â Paper"


Hotel Licenses granted Melbourne 1864

Abbott, Geo. G., Union Hotel, Bourke-street
Adams, Thos. G., Paddington Hotel, Little Collins-street.
Armstrong, J. M., Adam and Eve, Little Collins-street.
Asmussen, Augustus, Royal Railway, Elizabeth street.
Allen, John, Royal Surrey, Bourke-street.
Austen, Harry, Williams' Hotel, Elizabeth-street.
Austin, Geo. G., Cross Keys Hotel Lonsdale-street.
Ashweek, Geo., Albert Hotel, Stephen-street
Astle, John, Emeu Hotel, Bouverie-street.
Alexander, Charles, Rose of Australia, King-street.
Brown, W., Saracen's Head, Bourke-street
Bignell, Geo., Bignell's New Hotel, Bourke-street.
Barnes, Elias, Dover Castle, Palmerston-street.
Bancroft, R. K., Halfway House Hotel, Albert-street.
Burton, W. T., Mercantile Hotel, Flinders-street.
Bane, Thomas, Duke of Kent, La Trobe-street.
Boland, John, Hen and Chickens, Flinders-lane.
Barnfield, Thos., Excelsior Hotel, Bourke-street.
Bannister, W., British Hotel, Queen-street.
Brown, Andrew, Rising Sun, Little Bourke-street.
Bryan, Anne, Essex Hotel, Cardigan-street
Barry, James, Spanish Hotel, Elizabeth-street.
Bunworth, Charles, Golden Ago, La Trobe-street.
Barton, W., Barton's Hotel, William-street
Bushell, N. E., Royal Oak, Swanston-street
Byrne, Michael, Railway Family Hotel, King street.
Brown, Henry D., Exchange Hotel, Swanston-street.
Bishop, Alex., Victoria Hotel, Lonsdale-street.
Browne, Chas. T., Commercial Inn, Litte Bourke-street.
Byrne, James, Waverley Inn, Little Collins-street.
Barben, Robt., Newmarket Inn, Bourke-street.
Bartlett, Wm., Supreme Court, Russell-street.
Boobier, Wm. J., Boobier's Inn, Bourke-street.
Beggs, John, Stork Inn. Elizabeth-street.
Burrowes, Rd., Odd-Fellows' Inn, Little Lonsdale street.
Carlsen, C. H., Golden Fleece Inn, Russel-street
Chisholm, Wm. K., Niagara Inn, Lonsdale-street.
Coles, Robt., Builders' Arms, Cardigan-street.
Champion, Benj., Queen's Arms, Flinders-Lane.
Conroy, Wm. C, Royal Hotel, Victoria-street.
Cooper, Alfred, The Hummums, Bourke-street.
Corcoran, Jas., Westend Hotel, Spencer-street,
Clasby, Martin, Telegraph Hotel, Little Bourke-street.
Carroll, Peter, Kerry Hotel, King-street.
Cleeland. John, Albion Hotel, Bourke-street
Cozens, John, Carlton Inn, Leicester-street
Cowan, Alex. K., Queen's Head, Queen-street.
Colvin, James; Fitzroy Arms, King-street.
Crickmer, Saml., Ship Inn, Flinders-Lane.
Cope, Geo. J., Farmers' Inn, Little Collins-street.
Curtain, John, Leicester Inn, Leicester-street, Carlton,
Curran, Thcs., Nag's Head, Queen-street.
D'Arcy, MichL, D'Arcy's Hotel, Swanston-street.
Downie, Chas, Australia Felix Hotel, Bourke-street.
Downing, Hy., Old Lincoln Inn, Queensberry-street.
Debeaux, Augs., Hotel de France, Collins-street.
Dillon, James, Lamb Inn, Little Latrobe-street.
Danker, J. Henry, Globe, Swanston-street.
Daly, Elizabeth, Glasgow Arms, Elizabeth-street.
Derham, John, Cavan, Qneensberry-Btreet.
Daly, Peter, Governor Bourke, Little Lonsdale-street.
Davis, Aaron H., Australian Arms, Little Bourke-street.
De Pauw, Pierre, Garibaldi, Little Collins-street.
Davis, Thomas, Sarsfield Inn, Little Bourke-street.
Dunne, James, Ross's Family Inn, King-street.
Dolan, Mary, Olive Branch, Little Collins-street.
Elms, Geo., Rose, Shamrock, and Thistle, Elizabeth-street.
Evans, George. Royal Oak, Queen-street.
Eager. Gerald F., Ship Inn, Russell-street.
Fox, Honoria P., Britannia Inn, Bourke-street.
Florance, Susannah, Royal Highlander, Flinders-street.
Flanner, Hannah, Old White Hart, Bourke-street.
Finley, Wm., Finley's Prince of Wales, Collins-street.
Finn, Michael, Southern Cross, Bourke-street.
Feehan, Richd., City Arms, Elizabeth-street.
Forrester, Chas., Metropolitan, William-street.
Gattrell, Geo. J., Harwood's Colonial, Little Bourke-street.
Geehan, James, Harp of Erin, Queen street.
Goff, James, Council Club, Queen-street.
Grant, John, Governor Arthur, Little Bourke-street.
Glavin, John, Exploration, Little Lonsdale-street.
Gibb, Charles, Argyle, Lygon street.
Galloghly, Geo. D., Civil Service Club, Collins-street.
Gardiner, Draper, Canada, Madeline-street.
Hallett, Geo., South Melbourne Hotel, Gardiner's Creek-road.
Hannan, Denis, Galway Club, Little Bourke-street.
Hodgson, Walter, Yarra Hotel, Flinders-street.
Hogan, James, Prince's-bridge Hotel, Flinders-street.
Hunt, John, Rock of Cashel, Little Bourke-street.
Hornby, Wm., Waterman's Arms, Little Collins-street.
Hinds, Wm., Ulster Hotel, Little Oollins-street.
Hansen, Peter, Whittington Tavern, Bourke-street.
Hudson, C, Lygon Tavern, Lygon-street.
Hockin, Wm., Hockin's Tavern, Lonsdale-street.
Heffernan, Rody, Melbourne Tavern, Lonsdale-street.
Hayes, Michael, Barkly Hotel, Barkly-street.
Henry, Wm., Blue Bell Hotel, Little Collins-street.
Hughes, James, Sir Walter Scott, Elizabeth-street.
Hill, Rd. E., Otago Hotel, Flinders-street.
Isaacs, Barnett, London Tavern, Elizabeth-street.
Jordan, Ellen, Rainbow Hotel, Swanston-street.
Jenkins, Henry, Harry Jenkins' Hotel, Swanston-street.
Johnston, John, Melbourne Railway Company's Rooms, Flinders street.
Jones, Chas. Geo., Melbourne Exchange, William-street.
King, Achilles, Railway Refreshment-rooms, Flinders street.
King, Achilles, Theatre Royal Refreshment rooms, Bourke-street
Kost, Josh. S., Beehive Refreshment-rooms, Lonsdale street.
Kennon, Wm., Black Eagle Refreshment rooms, Little Bourke-street.
Kelly, John, The Young Queen, Madeline-street.
Kennedy, Wm., British-American, Bourke-street.
Kelly, Wm. L., Argus Hotel, Collins-street.
Keppel, Maurice, Old Governor Bourke, Spring-street.
Kennedy, Patrick, London Hotel, Market-street.
Kyle, Archibald, Queensberry Hotel, Madeline-street.
Kinna, Michael T., Travellers' Home, Swanston-street.
Lacey, Michael, Coachmakers' Arms, Cardigan-street.
Larkins, Walter T., Temple Court, Queen-street.
Lewis, Robert, Mechanics' Arms, Little Collins-street.
Love, Josh., Castlemaine Hotel, Little Bourke-street.
Lane, James H., Harvest Home, Flinders-street.
Letch, Nelson, Melbourne Cafe, Bourke-street.
Lamb, John, Olympian Hotel, Lonsdale-street.
Laing, Alex., Alma Hotel, King-street.
Lowry, Matthew, Limerick Castle, Ellzabeth-street.
Lister, Charles, Bendigo Hotel, Bourke-street.
Laroome, Alfred, Mac's Hotel, Stephen-street.
Leyden, John, Old Lamb Inn, Elizabeth-street.
M'Millon, John, Westernport Hotel, Queen-street.
M'Lean, John, Buck's Head, Little Lonsdale-street.
M'Carthy, Wm., Welsh Harp, King-street.
M'Gregor, Mary, Colonial Bank, Little Collins-street.
M'Kinnon, Henry, Sir William Wallace Little Lonsdale-street.
M'Girr, Wm. P., Clarence Family Hotel Collins-street.
M'Gowan, James, Great Britain, Flinders-street.
M'Ginley, James, Cork crew, King-street.
M'Avoy, John, Sydney Hotel, William-street.
Maloney, Daniel, Exford Arms, Russell-street.
Hallam, B. W., Plazza Hotel, Sprlng-street
Michel, L. J., Duke of Wellington, Flinders-street.
Mulcahy, Thomas, Farmers' Arms, Swanston-street.
Moran, Michael, Mansion-house, Stanley-street.
Marshall, George, Cricketers' Arms, Swanston-street.
Mornane, Patrick, Clare Castle, Stephen-street.
May, John, Shamrock Castle, King-street.
Murphy, Matthew, Kilkenny Inn, King-street.
Mowney, James, Carriers' Arms, Elizabeth-street.
Marris, Thomas, Marris's Lincoln Inn, Rathdown-street.
Moran, James, Treasury Family Hotel Queen street.
Maher, Thomas, Victoria Railway Hotel King-street.
Mallet, David, Botanical Hotel, South Melbourne.
Martin, Andrew, Australian Hotel, Bourke-Street.
Mann, Samuel, Freemasons' Hotel, Swanston-street.
Menzies, Archibald, Menzies' Family Hotel La Trobe-street.
Mullins, Thomas, Morning Star, Bourke-street.
Murphy, M. B., European, Swanston-street
Morton, William, Criterion, Collins-street.
Niall, John, Clare, Little Bourke-street.
Nicol John, Australia Felix Family, Lonsdale-street.
Neeson, Ann, Butchers' Arms, Elizabeth-street.
Nealor, James, Railway Hotel, Swanston-street.
Nissen, George, Temple of Pomona, Bourke-street.
O'Shannassey, M., Hibernia, Little Lonsdale street.
O'sullivan, Jeremiah, Post-office, Elizabeth-street.
O'Halloran, D., City Hotel, Bourke-street.
O'Meara, Margaret, Rose of Denmark, Little Bourke street.
Ollis, Charles, Apollo Inn. Flinders-Lane.
O'Callaghan, D., Crown Hotel.
Pitches, Peter, Royal Saxon, Elizabeth-street,
Pope, Thos., Star, Swanston-street.
Phelan, Michl., Bouverie. Bouverie-street.
Parkington, Bidella, Woolpack, Queen-street
Plomer, John, Carlton Family, Grattan-street.
Phelan, Johanna, Windsor Castle, Little Bourke-street.
Power, Wm,, Carlton Rifle Brigade, Lygon-street.
Prendergast, Jas. Josh., Prendergast's Hotel, Lonsdale-street.
Peachment, Henry, Peachment's Hotel Bourke-street.
Paine, Wm., Galway Family Hotel, Flinders-lane.
Prosser, Daniel, Newport Arms, Lonsdale-street.
Purnell, Thomas, Plough Inn. Bourke-street.
Payne, John, Red Lion, Lonsdale-street.
Pitt, Wm., Garrick's Head, Bourke-street.
Perrett, Wm., Duke of Rothsaay, Elizabeth-street.
Purcell, James, Loughren Hotel, Elgin-street, Carlton.
Quinlan, Jeremiah, Kilkenny Inn, Therry-street.
Rupprecht, Chas., Sabloniere, Queen-street.
Rule, Josh., Prince of Wales, Lonsdale-Street.
Rayner, Wm. H, Cornwall Arms, Bourke-street
Richardson, Wm., Caledonion, Jeffcott-Street.
Richardson, J. F., Imperial, Bourke-street.
Ryan, Jeremh., Bay View, Madeline-street.
Ring, Patk., Foundry, King-street.
Ring, Patk , Golden Cross, King-street.
Ryan, Rody, Glenmore, Spencer-street.
Ryder, Wm. F., Leeds Arms, Swanston-street.
Rodda, Thos., Eagle, Swanston-street.
Sullivan, W. H, Parliamentary, Bourke-street.
Spooner, Samuel, Port Philip Club, Flinders-street.
Stephens, Thomas, King's Arms, Madeline-street.
Short, Hugh, Sir Charles Hotham, Flinders-street.
Scott, Edward, Scott's Hotel Collins-street,
Sullivan, Timothy, Bush Inn, Elizabeth-street.
Scott, Wm., City Buffet, Bourke street.
Scott, Charles C, Royal Mail, Bourke street.
Shiels, Wm., James Watt Hotel, Spencer street.
Sweeney, John, Exhibition Hotel, William street.
Story, Joseph, Royal Artillery, Elizabeth street.
Short, Alex., Union, Spencer-street.
Sullivan, Joseph, Cock, Bourke street,
Sullivan, Patrick, Spread Eagle, Elizabeth-street
Shanahan, John, Mount Pleasant, Lygon street,
Tipper, Geo. H., Royal Haymarket, Bourke street.
Timor, Henry, Waterloo, Little Bourke street.
Thomas, John, Royal George, Bourke street.
Towers, Thompson, Mac's Hotel, Franklin street.
Tracey, John, Railway, Hamilton-street.
Wiggles, Sarah, The Times, Elizabeth-street.
Whitford, Geo. T., Prince George, Swanston-street.
Walker, John, Britannia, Swanston-street.
Warming, F. H., Foresters' Arms, Drum
mond-street.
Wilson, Hugh, Friend in Hand, Little Collins
street.
Wight, Geo., Bull and Mouth, Bourke
street.
Webb, Wm., Parade Hotel, Wellington Parade.
Wright, Charles, Olive Branch, La Trobe street.
Whitcomb, Geo., Sandhurst Hotel, Collins street.
Woods, James, Sir Charles Darling, Swanston street.
Wilks, Saul, University, Lygon-street.
Welch, Stephen, Liverpool, Bourke-street.

COUNTY OF BOURKE.
Anderson, James D, Junction Hotel, Preston.
Powes, Wm. P., Mordialloc Hotel, Mordialloc.
Powes, Denis, Roscrea Hotel, Northcote.
Cann, Geo., Prince Alfred Hotel, South Preston.
Devine, John, Belmont Hotel, Thomastown
Freeman, Thomas, Alphington Hotel.
Hayes, Dennis, Shannon Hotel, Northcote.
Jamison, James, Preston Arms Hotel, Northcote.
Murphy, Pat., Camp Hotel, Wyndham.
Plant, Geo., Peacock Hotel, Northcote.
Pitchforth, Solomon, Pilgrim Hotel, Northcote.
Tulloch, Aeneas, Epping Hotel, Epping.

ANNUAL PUBLICANS' LICENSING
MEETING.
CITY OF MELBOURNE.
The adjourned meeting of the Licensing
Bench, for considering applications for annual
general publicans' licences, was held on the
3 May 1864 at noon, at the City Court ; Mr. Sturt,
P.M., Chairman, and the Hons. A Fraser and
W. Hull, and Messrs. Cohen, M. Phelan,
Thomas, and Walsh being present.
The meeting having been opened, Mr. Fraser remarked that,
in his opinion, it was desirable that the meeting should
be further adjourned, in view of the bill now before the
Legislature, which, if it passed at all, must
very soon become law.
Mr. Hull wished that, before the proposition
for adjournment was entertained, the
proposer would show in what way any benefit
could accrue to the public from such a step.
Mr. Fraser replied that, as the now act was
an improvement upon the existing law, it was
desirable that the public should have the
benefit of the improvement as soon as possible.
Mr. Sturt.-As the new act is not intended
to be a retrospective measure, it will have no
effect upon the business of the present session
of the Bench. We will go on with the business.
The list of applicants was then called over,
all unopposed licences being granted. The
following remarks are all of a noteworthy
character that transpired. On the application
of George Ashweek, for the Albert Hotel.
Stephen-street, Inspector Hare said it was not
his intention to oppose the granting of the
licence, although the way in which the house
had been conducted was not altogether satis-
factory. The locality of the house prohibited
it from being a very regular one, but some
publicans whose houses were similarly situated kept
their houses better than this one was kept. Mr. Sturt
told the applicant that the unfavourable report would be recorded
against him, and he must take it as a caution to be more careful in future.
A similar character was given of the Olive Branch Hotel, Stephen-street,
kept by Charles Wright ; and a similar caution was given to
the applicant. Alfred Laroome, applicant for
Mac's Hotel, Stephen-street, was also cautioned by the Bench.
The application of Emily Dollimore, for the Prince Patrick Hotel,
Stephen-street, was opposed by Mr. Hare, on the ground that the
applicant was an improper person to hold a licence.
The house had been conducted in a most disgraceful manner,
and was frequented by the lowest characters. However,
his principal ground of objection was against the character
of the applicant. The application, which was supported by Mr. F. Stephen,
was postponed for a week.
Mr. Hare opposed the application made on
behalf of Thomas Newbiggen, for Cooper's Family Hotel, Stephen-street, as
the applicant had quitted the colony heavily in debt. He intended to
take out a summons against him, for abandoning his licensed house without
leave. Mr. Cresswell also appeared to oppose the application, which was
supported by Mr. Miller. It was postponed for a week.
The application of Robert Richardson, for the
Assembly Hotel, Bourke-street, opposed by
Mr. Hare on account of the manner in which
the applicant had conducted his house for the
last few months, was also postponed for a
week. On the application of Frederick
Young, for the Elephant and Castle Hotel,
Little Bourke-street, being called on, Mr. Hare
opposed it, stating the house was not only
habitually frequented by prostitutes, but several
of these characters were, in fact, lodging
there, paying a regular weekly sum for their
board and lodging. These women took men
home with them to this house every night.
Mr. F. Stephen supported the application,
which was postponed for a week.
The applications of Denis Murray and
Thomas Birmingham, for the Harp of Erin
Hotel, Madeline-street; of William Hamey,
for the Nugget Hotel, Bouverie-street; of John
Burke, for the Carpentaria Hotel, Little
Lonsdale-street; of R. Richardson, for the
Seven Stars, Madeline-street; of Edmund
Brennan and James Taggart, for the Mistletoe
Hotel, McKenzie street ; and of John May, for
the Shamrock Hotel, Queen-street, were all
postponed till Tuesday of next week.
An application made by Wm. Tilke, for
the Halfway House, Albert-street, was withdrawn.
One made by Lamech Harlowe, for the Morning Star Hotel, was
opposed by Mr. F. Stephen, on the ground that the applicant's
licence had been cancelled by Mr. Hackett in the District Court
on the previous day. The applicant did not appear to support
his application, which was refused.
An application by James Hennessy, for a
new house called the Stockade Hotel,
situated in Nicholson-street, was postponed
for fourteen days, the house being as yet incomplete.
On the application of Henry Jenkins, for
Harry Jenkins' Hotel, Swanston-street, Mr.
Hare remarked that, without any wish to op-
pose the licence of this house, he must call
the attention of the Bench to an irregularity
connected with it. A portion of the licensed
house was used as an eating-house, and as
such was kept open on Sundays, and lighted
up on Sunday evenings. In fact, this was a
convenience to the public; but other publicans
complained that the applicant, by devoting
part of his house to the purposes of an
eating house, was tolerated in keeping his
house open when they had to keep theirs
closed. Mr. Hare made similar remarks
on the application of Nelson Leech, for the
Melbourne Cafe, and of G. Nissen, for the
Temple of Pomona. The Bench told each of
the applicants that this proceeding was contrary
to the rules under which their licences
were granted, and that by a continuance of
it they would render themselves liable to prosecution.

Source
The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria)
4 May 1864
Transcription, janilye 2014

The photograph below is of Thomas Bane's Duke Of Kent hotel at 293 LaTrobe Street
It's still there and still a nice place for a coldie.


LAND GRANTS NEW SOUTH WALES 1821

SURVEYOR GENERAL'S OFFICE, SYDNEY NEW SOUTH WALES
28 April 1821
JOHN OXLEY, Surveyor General.

THE following LIST of NAMES of NEW SETTLERS, who are to receive GRANTS of LAND, and of OLD SETTLERS, who are to have additional LANDS located for them in the Year 1821, is published for general Information:

James Atkinson, Thos. Arkell, Edward Alcorn, Robert Aull, James Arndell,
Thomas Allen, George Alleburn, Samuel Arndell, Richard Adams,
Francis Allen, Jos. Atkins, William Alsop, J. Aiken, Francis Able,
Michael Ansell, Edward Allen, Thos. Asplin, Thomas Ashford,
Charles Armitage, Pat. Allen, J. Andrew, J. Agland,
Alex Berry, George Barber, William Baker, David Brown,
Wm. Bradbury, Robert Bateman. Geo. Best, sen.
Bryan Byrne, Michael Bryan, J. Brown, Noah Bryan,
Charles Beasley, Timothy Brophy, J. Brown, John
Bryan, Wm. Bruce, Thos. Byrne, John Booth, N.
Boon, Wm. Beaumont, Thos. Bowers, Thos. Bates,
Wm. Beggs, Dennis Bigley, Jas. Bolsover, J. Brown,
J. Brackfield, George Bradley, Wm. Bannister, Thos.
Bowning, Sam. Barber, Thos. Bird, Michael Byrne,
Jas. Brackenry, J. Bent, Thos. Bates, Thos. Baker,
J. Barker, J. Byrne, Thos. Biggen, Andrew Biggen,
Jas. Beckett, J. Bell, Thos. Benson, Bursella Bensley,
Edw. Burke, Brien Bagnall, Jos. Bullock, Jas. Badgery,
H. Batman, Owen Byrne, Jas. Butler, Richard
Bryan, H. Butler, Aaron Burt, J. Burrell, Daniel
Brown, J. Bentley, Stephen Burr, Wm. Britain, J.
Bradford, Jon. Broker, J. Bowman, Wm. Barron,
Jas. Byrne, Martin Burke, Geo Best, jun. James Barker,
Jas. Brailey, Jas. Burgess, H. Bray, Thomas Byrne,
Robert Brodie, Jas. Burke, Thos. Brown, J. Brown, Thos Brian,
Wm. Burridge, D. Burne, Wm. Briant, Eber. Bunker, James Butler,
Silvester Butler, Owen Boyne, J. Bennett, D. Brown, John Bayley,
Edward Bailes, John Bull, John Bailes, jun.
Daniel Bisex, Michael Boland, Thos. Cowper, James Cobb,
Donald Cameron, George Cutter, Adam Clink, Isaac Cornwall,
William Chadworth, Timothy Connor, James Carroll, John Cahill,
John Cheers, Benj. Carver, Owen Connor, Peter Cooney, John Crawley,
Thomas Campbell, Richard Cavanagh, Jas. Cavanagh,
James Cox, George Clarke, Samuel Craft, Thomas Cross, John Cribb,
Peter Carrol, Roger Connor, John Cowley, John Craft, John Colcroft,
William Craig, Farrell Cuffe, John Cromen, Dennis Connolly,
James Connell, Michael Cartwell, Peter Carroll, John Collins,
Hugh Crabtree, Abraham Champray, Thos. Cowling, John D. Campbell.
Richard Carr, Dennis Conway, John Cummins, William Cheshire, Thos. Clarke,
Edward Churchill, John Chaseling, James Connelly, Thomas Cheshire,
John Day, John Dight, Andrew Doyle, William Davis, Edward Doyle,
Thos. Dutton, Jas. Donnelly, James Duffey, Wm. Douglas, Jas. Devlin,
Jas. Daly, Jas. Dempsey, Pat. Downey, Thos. Davy, Peter Dunn, Edmund Doyle,
Cyrus Doyle, Jas. Donahar, Stephen Dunn, Pat. Devoy, Pat Dacey, Michael Doran,
Nicholas Dukes, Thos. Downes, Charles Dodding, Geo. Dowling, J. Dell,
Francis Dalton, Jas. Dearing, Wm Dockrell, Michael Duggin, Richard Donelly,
J. Darrah, Isaac Dowse, Garrett Donally, John Dewhurst, Christopher Downes,
John Dogharty, Walter Duggan, Joseph Dargon, George Davis,
Shady Davey, Samuel Davis, John Davis, Thomas Davis, William Davis,
John Dalton, Patrick Downey, Edward Dillon, John Dunn, John Eyre,
John England, James Eldridge, Eliker Everitt, Joseph Eades,
Charles Eather ,Thomas Eather, Thomas Eather sen.
Joseph Emm, Joseph Earles, Daniel Eaton, Joseph Eyles, Henry Early,
William Edney, John Edney, Wm. Edwards, Wm. Eagleton, Wm. Etsell,
John Ellison, John Wm. Fulton, Wm. John Fitz, Henry Fleming,
Bernard Fitzpatick, John Frazier, Samuel Fry, George Freeman,
Wm. Field, Bernard Fitzpatrick, Robert Farlow, James Frazier,
Edward Field, sen. John Finch, Wm. Fulford, John Freebody,
S. Foley; James Freeman, Thomas Frost, Geo. Fieldhouse,
Francis Frendard, John Floyd, and J. Forster.
Robert Forrester, Wm. Forrester, John Farrell,
John Fowler, Richard Friar, John Foley, Edward Franks,
Edward Fletcher, William Flynn, Thomas Francis, jun.,
Patrick Flynn, Peter Fitzpatrick, John Ferguson, J. Golledge,
Wm. Guise, J. Galvin, Jas. Gooding, jun., James Goddard, Benjamin Grimshaw,
P. Garey, J. Grono, George Graves, James Greenslade,
J. Grant, Mich. Geary, Robt. Gray, Henry Gaskin,
Mich. Gavagan, Robt. Garratt, Benjamin Goddard,
Wm. Gwillim, Jas. Griffiths, Dennis Green, Wm.Goodere,
Wm. Galvin, Dennis Guinny, John Glade, Val. Goodwin, Richard Guise,
J. Goodwin, Thomas Galvin, Thos. Gilbert, J. Gosport, Joseph Gosport,
J. Gardner, Joseph Gilbert, Isaac Gorrick, John Higgins, George Howe,
J. Howe, Wm. Holmes, Wm. Hayes, Wm. Hardman, Joseph Hately,
Pat. Harper, Francis Hainsworth, William Hearn, Henry Howell,
Mich. Hogan, Richard Haviland, Philip Hogan, J. Harris, J. Harris,
William Hawkins, John Hanabus, Charles Herbert, Thomas Hinton,
Pat. Hand, Lawrence Harvey, David Horton, jun., J. Hope,
Thomas Hall, Wm. Hill, Peter Hough, Joseph Hunt, Henry Hunt,
Samuel Harding, D. Hawkins, George Hambridge, James Henry,
Maurice Hallihan, Edward Harrigan, Thomas Howell, George Hill,
Christopher Harris, Joshua Holt, Tim. Hoy, Wm. Harrington,
John Hodges, Mich. Hughes, John Hoile, Henry Hoile, Joshua Heap,
Abraham Herne, Lawrence Halfpenny, James Harper, John Herbert, jun.,
J. Hazard, Jas. Higgins. Robt. Higgins, Enoch Hutchinson,
Thos. Higgins, Peter Hibbs, jun., J. Holden, Wm. Hewitt, Edw. Hobbs,
J. Hearn, Thos. Hansey, Hugh Hughes, jun., Jas. Hall, Henry Huff,
George Hughes, J. Holt, George Higginson, Peter Hibbs, J. Holden,
Thos. Hooton, Wm. Howell, Francis R. Hume, J. Hendle, Jas. Hayden,
Jesse Hudson, David Horton, sen., Robt. Johnston, George James,
John Johnston, John Jacklin, Thomas John, George Johnstone, Wm. Jones,
Wm. Ikin, Joseph Inch, Wm. Jacklyn, Charles Ivory, Edward Jones,
Mich. Joyce, Thos. Jones, George Jubb, jun., Thos. Jones,
John Innes, John Johnson, Richard Johnson, Charles Jackson, John Joyce,
James Kay, William Klen endorlff, Pat. Kirk, John Kennedy,
Wm. Kearns, J. Keighran, Thos. Keane, J. Kirlaghan, R. Kibble,
Cornelius Keoe, Donald Kennedy, jun., John Kelly,
Joseph Lendall, Jas. Kavannagh, Duncan Kennedy,
John Kennedy, Wm. Kellow, Wm. Kenney, Thomas Kelly, Archibald Kane,
Daniel Kelly, Thomas Kelly, D. Knowland, Thos. Kendall, James Kelly,
James Kenney, J. H. Lawson, Walker Lawry, William Lilly,
Francis Lawless, Samuel Leverton, Henry Lendon.
J. Holmes, J. Lynch, Samuel Leverton, jun. Jas. Lewis,
Richard Lillis, Thos. Lawrence, J. Leadbeater, sen.
J. Larken, Peter Lawry, George Lilley, James Lyons,
Wm. Landron, Miles Leary, John Lavis, James Layton,
Nicholas Lacy, William Lees, Peter Lillis,
Elijah Lane, Wm. Lawrence, J. Lapish, Mich. Lamb,
J. Lees, J. Lacey, Owen Lenaghan, John Longford,
Wm. Lovegrove, H. Lamb, J. Lyons, Hannibal M'Arthur,
James M'Arthur, William M'Arthur, Charles M'Arthur, Andrew M'Dougal,
J. M'Henry, Henry Marr, Wm. Minchin, William Mobbs, J. Mobbs,
George Mobbs, Isaac Mobbs, J. M'Loughlin, Fred. Meurant,
Joseph Meyrick, Tristram Moore, Cornelius M'Arthy,
P.Moore, Pat. Mernan, J. Madden, Mich. Maloney,
Wm. Morgan, John Mills, Jas. M'Arty, jun.
Thomas Martin, jun. Jas. M'Arty, J. Mackey, Thos. Miller,
Christopher M'Guire, Thos Mortimer, J. May, Pat. Mason, Pat. Moore,
Thos. Maloney, Jas. M'Guire, Matthias Miller, Jas. M'Arty.
John M'Arty, William Makepiece, Thos. Moran, Fred. Murphy,
Patrick Mulhall, Thos. M'Caffery, George Maginnis, Edw. Merrick,
Thos. M'Kenna, Robert Maxwell, Henry M'Allister, James M'Manis,
John Murphy, George Marley, Kennedy Murphy, Patrick M'Hall,
George Murphy, Thos. Mustagh, Owen Martin, jun. George Mortimer,
Thos Murray, Charles M'Carty, William Mobbs jun. Jas. Mosely,
H. Morton, J. Merzagora, J. M'Peake, Isaac Mills, Jas. Macdonald,
Jas. Milson, Dennis M'Neary, Jas. M'Aloney, Brian M'Cormic,
John Moss Wm. Mannix, Michael Macdonald, John M'Donald, Joseph Mason,
John. M'Guigan, Joseph Mackinley, Thos. M'Guire, Jas. Marshall,
Thomas Moakson, Andrew' M'Dougall, Jame M'Dougall, J. M'Dougall,
J. Moss, Alexander M'Guigan, Patrick Mahar, Thomas McVitie,
Simon Moulds, Edward Meurant, jun, J. Matthews, Robt. Marshall,
William M'Haslan, Alexander M'Donald, Hugh M'Avoy,
J. Murphy, Mich. Minton, Jas. M'Donald, Patrick
Naughton, Richard Norris, J. Nash, Thomas Nugent,
Thos. Newman, Andrew Nash, Jas. Nugent, James Nowlan,
William Newport, John Norris, John Nowland, George Nash. J. Neil,
J. Nicholds, Walter Noy, F. O'Meara, J. O'Meara, p. Oakes,
James O'Brian, Charles O'Brien, James Owen, Thomas Owens, William Osburne,
Samuel Owen, James O'Harra, William Olds, Mark Opong,
Brien O'Brien, Wm. Oliver, Joseph Onus, Terence O'Brien,
Chas. Pennon, G. T. Palmer, George Panton,
Wm. Pithers, Mr. Parmeter, J. Price, Wm. Parkins
F. Pendergrast, J. Pike, J. Pike, Morgan Poor, N. Payton,
J. Pitcher, Saml. Paine, Wm. Page, John J. Peacock,
Robt. Plumb, J. Patfield, Thos. Prentice, J. Phillips,
Mich. Parker, George Pinkerton, F. Peisley,
George Phillips, J Pendergrast, Wm. Paris, J. Pye,jun.
Wm. Pritchard, Daniel Pegg, Saml. Perkins George Plummer,
H. Pullen, R. Partridge, Joseph Pashley, Mich. Power, J Pugh,
Deison Post, Tim Poor, F. Piper, Wm. Piper, H. Paul, J. Pender,
Jas. Pender, Edwin Rouse, Edw. Riley, Thos. Rose, Edw. Redmond,
J. Robinson, Chas. Rushton, John Riley, Malachi Ryan, Thos Riley,
J. Ready, J. Redmond, Wm. Reynolds, J. Ross, Barnabas Rix,
Wm Rafter, Mark Russell, Wm. Rose, Wm. Roberts, Joseph Rye, jun.
Mich. Rourke, Alex. Routledge, J. Riley, Nich. Ryan,
Wm. Rixon, Robt. Ray, Owen Riley, Thos. Rudd, J. Rudd,
Moses Rosetta, H. Rose, J. Roberts, Jas. Roberts, J. Ruby,
J.Robb, Edw. Redfern, Wm. Radley, Wm. Redfern, J. Rentwell,
Richard Ruff. H. Rochester, Barnabas Rix, Chas. Smith, Wm. Smith.
Mich. Stack, Jas. Stack, Jas. Shepherd, sen. G. Smith,
Wm. Scott, Jas. Shepherd, jun. F. Spencer, Andrew Scott,
J. Sunderland, Martin Sweeney, Dennis Shield,
Dan. Smallwood, George Sewell, Edw. Stinton, Jos. Smith,
H. Styles, Jas. Smithers, Wm. Skinn, Joseph Smith, jun. Wm. Smith,
Wm. Stenson, Jas. Smith, Edw. Shipley, Wm. Speers, Hugh Scott,
W. Scott, Wm. Smith, J. Smith, Jas. Smallwood, Roger Shea,
J. Scully, J. Stone, Thos. Stevens, Jos. Stubbs, Jas. Speers,
Wm. Stubbs, Wm Simms, Thos. Stone, Thos. Stack, Jos. Smith, Jas. Smith,
F. Stafford, James Smith, Dennis Stacey, Chas, Summerell, Stephen Smith,
J. Smith, Edw. Stowers, Daniel Step, Thos. Smith, Dan. Sweeney,
Thos. Sanders, jun. J. Smith, J. Stanbury, jun.
Robt. Smith, George Scott, Murty Shields, Wm. Sherries,
J. Sewell, Wm. Stabler, Chas. Throsby, jun.
Robt. Turnbull, Chas. Thompson, Wm. Tuckwell, J. Tindell,
J. Tarlington, Edw. Tompson, J. Turnbull, Jas. Thompson,
Chas. Thomas, Bishop Thompson, Thos. Thompson, J.Tague, J.Taylor,
H. Fretheway, Jas. Toucher, S. Tuckman, Chas. Tunks, H. Thorn, jun.
J. Thorm, jun. Jos. Tuzo, Jean Francois Theon,
J. Town, Jas. Turner, Wm Thorn, jun. Jas. Thomas,
D.Thompson, J. Taylor, Thos. Trotter, Jas. Turner,
George Tuckwell, Wm. Tyson, Philip Tully, George
Trace, Owen Tierney, Wm. Tompson, Thos. Turner,
James Vaughan, J. Vardy, R. Virgin, Thos. Vardy, J.Voildes,
Thos. Upton, Edw. Wollstonecraft, Wm.Walker,
George Woodhouse, G. P. Wood, George Ward, J. Whalan,
Wm. Welsh, Thos. Woolley, J.Williams, Edmund Wright,
Robt. Wilkinson, Daniel Wellings, J. Wright, J. Walker,
Jas. Williams, Wm. Wright, Chas. Wilson, Thos. Warner, P. Workman
Aaron Walkers, Job Wilson, Wm. Williams, Robert Wells, Thos. Wilson,
Thos. Wood, J. K. Williamson J. D. Wood, Wm. White, Chas. Watson,
J. Williams, Jas. Walbourn, J,. Weevers, Chris. Ward, H. Wells,
Wm. Walker, J. Warby, J. Warby, jun. J. Wood, James Wright.
Wm. White, Wm. Wakeman, James Whalan, James Were, J. Wright,
William Wall, Joseph Walker and Charles Yorke.


SOURCES:
The Sydney Gazette
(NSW : 1803 - 1842)
Saturday 28 April 1821
P.1
Saturday 5 May 1821
P.2
Saturday 12 May 1821
P.2
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2012

Land Grants for 1820


The Hell-Ship Neptune 1790

THE name "Neptune" conjures up for, most people the
image of a, benevolent-looking old personageusually to be
seen depicted on the reverse of certain English coinswhose
main characteristic is the possession of a three-pronged fork
known in- mythology as a trident.
To others the term suggests the most distant of the planets, estimated
to be 2,780 million miles from the sun.
In Australian history, however, "Neptune" is identified with a convict
transport ship, a fine vessel of 792 tons, but a hell-ship if ever there-was
one, whose story, conjointly with that of her fellow transports, the Surprise
and the Scarborough, constituted one of the darkest and grimmest pages
in the establishment of the settlement of Port Jackson.
The tragic drama of the Neptune opens with a prologue, the leading
roles falling to John and Elizabeth Macarthur, with Captain John Gilbert
as the arch-villain, the chorus consisting of male and female convicts
and soldiers of the newly-raised N.S.W. Corps.
The scene is set, first at Gravesend, where-the ship lay for
a few days', and then at Plymouth. On board were 421 male and 78 female
convicts; two officersCaptain Nepean and Lieutenant Macarthurand
42 soldiers of the Corps, six convict wives, all free women, 13 children, and
a few passengers.
Amongst the crew was the surgeon, D'Arcy Wentworth, who was himself to be
distinguished in our early history and also in the person of his famous
son, William Charles. Just prior to embarkation, on December 9, 1783, he
had stood his trial at the Old Bailey Sessions for highway robbery, and
been acquitted on this and three later Indictments.
****
THE casus belli between Macarthur and John Gilbert, the captain of
the ship, arose from the former's complaints regarding the location and
fittings of his cabin, and "the stench of the buckets belonging to the
convict women of a morning." Hotter and hotter grew the language: Gilbert
threatened to write to the War Office and have Macarthur and his wife
turned out of the ship; Gilbert gave Macarthur a punch on the breast:
Nepean interfered and patched up the quarrel temporarily. This all happened
at Gravesend.
On the seven days trip round to Plymouth there was another flare-up.
Macarthur accusing the captain of ungentlemanly conduct towards, himself
and his wife, and calling him publicly on the quarter-deckhe had
a fine capacity for vituperation"a great scoundrel." In retaliation,
Gilbert told Macarthur that he had "settled many a greater man than
him," and that he was to be seen on shore, whereupon Macarthur named
4 o'clock at the Fountain Tavern, Plymouth Docks.
They met a duel was foughtapparently a bloodless one
honour was satisfied, and both parties agreed, to live in harmony thereafter.
The wranglings between Macarthur, Nepean, the officers, and Gilbert, not
only continued, but grew in violence, so that the authorities took action
and superseded Gilbert by Captain Donald Traill, who had formerly been a
Master in the Navy under Nelson.
The change, however, appeared to be much for the worse, so that after a
few weeks of misery on the Neptune, the
Macarthurs could stand the conditions no longer, and exchanged to the
Scarborough. The details still survive in Elizabeth Macarthur's Private
Diary.
So much for the Prologue. With the appointment of Traill opens the
main action of the tragedy. The ship was so shamefully overcrowded that
200 seamen deserted before she left England. Conceive the sardine-like
packing of the convicts on the orlop, that is the lowest of the three decks.
Within a space 75 feet long, 35 broad and six feet high, were built the
miserable apartments for housing 40 men, in four rows of cabins one-storey
high, one row on each side of the ship; and two rows down the centre.
These cabins were six feet square.
A simple calculation will show that to each convict was allotted about
36 cubic feet of air space, about the capacity of two coffins of ordinary size.
It was not, however, until February 15 1792, when the report of the
Commissioners of the Navy was published that the whole of the sordid details
relating to the treatment of these "unhappy sacrifices to the justice of their
country" was made public.
On the Neptune was Lieutenant John Shapcote, the naval agent, whose
duty it was to see that the convicts received their full rations and the best
possible treatment. Apparently he failed in his duty. The crew, too, was
very disorderly, and "inclined to be riotous" throughout the voyage.
Before the Neptune left London, Shapcote put all the male convicts into
ironshe was not risking an uprising.
Even while in the river many of them died, their bodies being thrown
overboard. When a search was made for concealed weapons nearly a hundred
knives were found, so overboard they too went, with many of the
convicts' personal belongings, though rumour hath it that Traill and his
officers, appropriated everything of value. To make congestion worse, the
ship was crammed with goods, "ventures" as they were called, being taken
out as speculations by officers of the N.S.W. Corps, with the connivance of
Traill and Shapcote.
The whole voyage was one long horror. Shapcote and the ship's officers
kept every man in irons the whole six months of the voyage, many of them
coupled together, though batches of 50 or 60 were allowed on deck for two
hours each per day. The convict women were better off, having, much
to Mrs. Macarthur's disgust, the full range of the quarter deck and the
poop. At night, however, the ship's company invaded the rooms of the
women, whom they carried off to their own quarters.
****
DEATH soon began to take its toll.
The supply of water, was very limited, washing facilities non-existent.
An outbreak of scurvy and "a violent epidemical fever" killed scores of the
poor unfortunates, some of whom actually died in irons. Sometimes the
deaths were concealed until the stench of the corpses revealed their
presence to the surgeon. By such concealment, the survivors were enabled
to draw and share the rations of the deceased.
Sometimes a living man was discovered chained to a putrefying corpse.
There were 46 deaths on the Neptune before arrival at Cape Town.
Captain Hill, who came out on the Surprise, complained bitterly of the
treatment of the convicts., "The slave trade." he said, "is merciful,
compared with what I have seen in this fleet."
As the contractors, and thc captain of the Neptune were being paid 17/7/6
per head, not for the number of convicts landed, but for the number
shipped, the greater the number of deaths the fewer were the mouths to
feed and the higher the total profit.
Captain Traill, of the Neptune, appears to have been a first-class rogue
and an inhuman monster. On his return to England three of his
quartermasters and seven others of his crew lodged a formal complaint
before Alderman Clark at the Guildhall, that during the voyage he and
William Elrington, the chief mate, had cut down the convicts' water to
half a-pint-a day: that 171,(the official number is 158) died on the
voyage; that many of them were so starved that they had been seen to
take the chews of tobacco from the mouths of corpses; that men stole
and ate the hogs' swill; that on arrival at Botany Bay the captain, and
mate ransacked the convicts' boxes for anything saleable, opened a
warehouse, and disposed of the goods at a high profit;
that the ships swarmed with vermin. To these and other charges the
contractors. Camden, Calvert, and King, replied seriatim, publishing also
Traill's defence, which is not convincing. According to a letter from one
Thomas Evans to Under-secretary King. Traill and Elrington were next
charged before Alderman Boydell with the murder of Andrew Anderson, sixth
mate of the Neptune, Jno. Joseph, the cook, and an unnamed convict. Traill,
however, vanished into smoke, and the case did not come to trial. I cannot
find any details of the allegations beyond the bare affidavit in the
records, though Governor Phillip himself stated that "an enquiry into the
conduct, of the master of the Neptune
will, I make no doubt, have a good
effect. . . . for the convicts were certainly very ill-treated."
****
AT Cape Town further disorders occurred, it being alleged that a
certain Dutch captain and a Major Delisle came on board, ostensibly
to visit Captain Nepean, but in reality, "on account of the female convicts."
Shortly after leaving the Cape, a female convict, "who had constantly,
attended Lieutenant Shapcote"whatever that phrase may implyone morning
between three and four o'clock, came and informed the chief mate that the
agent, was dead. This "untimely death" was never investigated, for as
Traill asserted that the body was very offensive it was cast overboard that,
very morning; To say the least, the circumstances were all very suspicious.
By the time the Neptune reached Sydney 147 men and ll women convicts had died;
another 269 were placed in hospital. "The Governor," wrote one-correspondent,
"was very angry', and scolded the captains a great deal, and I heard
intended to write to London-about it, for I heard him say it was murdering them."
We possess several eye-witnesses' accounts of the landing of this mass
of human misery from the three transports.
The Rev. Richard Johnson, who went aboard one of them, he couldn't face up to
the Neptune, said he found men lying "some half and others nearly quite
naked, without bed or bedding, unable to help themselves"; the stench was
intolerable, dead bodies had been thrown into the
harbour, had drifted ashore, and were lying naked on the rocks; "some
creeped on hands and knees." Some were carried ashore on the backs of
others; "their heads, bodies, clothes, blankets, all full of lice";
within three weeks he had buried "not less than eighty-six."
And so the terrible tale, substantiated to the last detail
by dependable witnesses, draws to its conclusion, and the curtain drops.
Though many months later. Mr.Secretary Dundas informed the
Governor that he had "thoroughly investigated" and "taken the necessary
steps to bring forward the conduct of the parties concerned in the
treatment of the convicts on board the Neptune." no active measures to
sheet home the crime ever took place.

Sources:
Sydney Morning Herald
Saturday 10 February 1945
page 8
Affair of the Neptune
George Mackaness
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Patrick Brennan 1824 - 1890

Mr. Patrick Brennan, late of Hollymount Station, Moonie River
one of the oldest pioneers of the district, passed over to the
great majority early on Saturday morning.
He had been suffering for many years from a chronic tumor
in the face, the result of an accident.
Surgical skill could do nothing but prolong life for a few
years, as the affecttion was unanimously pronounced by all
the doctors consulted, as incurable.
He was a strongly-made man of a very, robust physique, and
but for the complaint from which he suffered might have
lived for many years to come.
Although the day on which the funeral took place was wet,
a large number, of townspeople followed the remains to their
resting place.
The body was interred in the Roman Catholic portion of the
cemetery, the service, in the absence of a clergyman, being
read by Mr. L. B. Coughlan.
Mr. Brennan was born in Gaily House, Shannon View,
Roscommon county, Ireland, in the year 1824, and was therefore
about 66 years of age at the time of his decease, but in
life he did not look anything near that age.
In 1841 he emigrated to New South Wales and spent four years
as colonial experience on Mitkin station, Big river,
the property, of the Hon. R. FitzGerald, M.L.A.
In 1845 he came to the Balonne and formed Burgorah and
Warroo stations for his old employer and managed, them
until 1857.
In that year he resigned his position for the purpose of
looking after his own properties personally, on the Moonie.
On this river he had taken up the blocks known as Ballyndyne,
Hollymount, Durin Durin, Foxborough, Ula Ula, and Brushy Park,
and stocked them according to the requirements of the Act then in force.
He prospered well until the great flood of 1864, which wrought
such widespread destruction. Few of the squatters of that period
escaped loss, and amongst the greatest sufferers was Mr. Brennan.
A prolonged drought raged in 1865-67, and further losses were sustained.
For some years succeeding he had fair luck. 1885 was, however, a
most disastrous year, and in 1886 Mr.Brennan lost his stations.
What made that event still more sad was that after it
occurred Mr. Brennan's health rapidly declined, and during, the
last year he suffered at times great bodily pain, but
throughout he preserved a cheerful demeanour, and bore his lot with
a Christian fortitude. The deceased gentleman was the the son of the
late Mr, Michael Brennan, of Shannon View, Ireland, and was connected
by marriage to Colonel Eyre, of Eyre Court, Galway county.

Source:
Western Star and Roma Advertiser
Saturday 9 August 1890
Page 2
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NOTE:
Hollymount Station, comprised an area of
37,440 acres and is situated 40 miles from
Talwood and 70 miles from Mungindi

The COLLISION BETWEEN the BARRABOOL and BONNIE DUNDEE.

The inquest on the body of Sarah Brown, one of the
victims to the collision between the Bonnie Dundee and
Barrabool, was concluded yesterday, the jury finding a
verdict of manslaughter against the captain and mate of
the Bonnie Dundee. The inquest was commenced on the
12th instant, and that day's evidence we published, but the
following day the Coroner made an order against the pub-
lication of the evidence until the conclusion of the inquiry,
so we were unable to record the evidence from day to day.
The following are the statements of the witnesses, with the
exception of those taken on the 12th, which we have
already published :-
Dr. Owen Spencer Evans deposed that on Tuesday he was
called to a house in Darling-street, Balmain, and there saw
the dead body of a woman, about fifty years of age, which
he recognised as that of a woman known to him by the
name of Sarah Brownhe examined tho body and found
no direct marks of violence ; froth was oozing from the
mouth and nostrils, and the body generally presented the
usual appearances of death by drowning; witness was of
opinion that death had been so caused.
Thomas Crawford deposed that he was chief officer of the
lost steamship, Bonnie Dundee, a screw steamer, trading
between Sydney and the Manning River; she left
Sydney at forty minutes past 1 o'clock on Monday
afternoon, the 10th instant, her destination being
the Manning River: when the vessel got clear
of the heads her course was shaped N. by E. half
E.; the weather was fine and clear, a light breeze blowing
from the northward and eastward until tho evening, when
the wind fell and it became calm; witness took charge of
the deck at 6 o'clock; the vessel was then steering the same
course; shortly after 6 o'clock the coloured side lights and
white masthead light were lit and slipped in their usual
places; the steamer was then going at the rate of seven or
eight knots, and was about two or two and a half miles off
the land; the vessel had not a full cargo and was not deep
in the water; she answered her helm readily; about half
past 7 o'clock witness saw a masthead light, bearing about
north by east and about two and half miles distant ; at the
same time that witness saw the light, the look-out man on
the forecastle reported "a vessel a-head; the strange
vessel appeared to be steering a S. S. W. course; at this time
the moon was up a little, and the night was fine and clear,
with smooth water and little or no wind; a few minutes
after the look-out man reported the vessel, witness saw her
red light; he then ordered the man at the wheel to keep the
vessel off a point, and her course was accordingly changed
to north-east by north; the Bonnie Dundee kept on this
course until witness saw the green light of the approaching
steamer, about five minutes after he saw the red light; at
this time the captain of the Bonnie Dundee was on the
bridge on deck, witness was also on the bridge; the quarter-
deck of the Bonnie Dundee was raised about two feet above
the main deck; her deck was about 120 feet in length, and
her tonnage was 130 tons; at the time the strange steamer
was approaching, the Newcastle light was in sight about 15
miles on the port bow of the Bonnie Dundee; immediately
on seeing the green light of the approaching steamer,
witness gave the order to put the helm hard-a-starboard, and
then when the two vessels got to within half-a-length of each
other, he saw that the stranger had altered her course, so
that her red light was again showing; the captain, who
was on the bridge at the time, ordered the man at the wheel
to keep the helm as it was, and then he gave the order to
stop the engines and go full speed astern, but by that time
the stranger was close on to them on the starboard side,
and immediately afterwards struck the Bonnie Dundee
amidships; the water began to pour in on the main deck,
and the vessel heaved ovor heavily to port; witness saw
some of the men jump on board the other steamer, and he
had tho ship's hoat lowered, and took charge of it; the
Bonnie Dundee sank almost at once, foundering about four
minutes after the collision; there were four lady pas
sengers on board the Bonnie Dundee; one of them was a
Mrs. Brown, whose dead body witness viewed on Wed-
nesday, in a house in Balmain, in the presence of
the Coroner and jury; after the Bonnie Dundee had
foundered, witness's boat was pulled alongside the
strange vessel, which was then ascertained to be
the Barrabool, and witness was taken on board,
after assisting in recovering the body of Mrs. Brown;
(witness here expressed a wish to make a correction in his
former evidence: when the mast-head light of the Barra-
bool came in sight, the Bonnie Dundee was steering
N.N.E.;) at the time of the collision, the engines of the
Bonnie Dundee were going astern, but the vessel had still
a little way on, probably about two knots an hour; witness
could not say exactly at what rate the Barrabool was
going when she struck the Bonnie Dundee, but she was
going at great speed, and she struck with great force;
witness did not hear any order given on board the Barra
pool; in his opinion, after the collision, everything that
could possibly be done to save life was done by both ships.
To Mr. Rogers: Witness did not see the green light of the
Barrabool first, but the red one; when ships met in a line
the rule was to keep red light to red light, or green to
green; when the ships met end on, each ship ported her
helm. To a juror: Witness held a certificate of master in
a coasting vessel from the Marine Board; when the captain
was on deck, the charge of the ship devolved on him.
;John Alexander Stewart stated that he was master of the
BonnieDundee which left Sydney on Monday afternoon for
the Manning River: the Bonnie Dundee was 121 tons register,
an 45-horse power; her length was about 20 feet, and her
full power of steaming 8 knots an hour; witness went on
deck about 6 o'clock in the evening, and at about a quarter
to 8 he heard the officer of the watch, who was on the bridge,
sing out to the man at the wheel "hard a starboard;"
witness rushed up on the bridge and saw a vessel's green
light; he then asked the man at the wheel how his helm
was, and the reply was that it was hard a starboard, and
witness ordered the seaman to keep it so; very shortly after-
wards the green light of the approaching vessel disappeared,
and the red light became visible; on perceiving this,
witness gave orders to stop the engines, and this was done,
and about a minute afterwards the stranger having ap-
proached to within fifty yards of the Bonnie Dundee, the
engines were reversed full speed astern; very shortly after
this the stranger struck the Bonnie Dundee amid-
ships on the starboard side cutting about four feet
into the deck and smashing the starboard life-boat;
at once a number of the crew rushed to the part
of the deck where the collision took place and climbed up
the bows of the Barrabool; witness, not knowing exactly
the extent of the damage sustained by his vessel, ordered
the engines full speed ahead in order to try and reach the
beach which was about two and a-half miles distant; after
giving this order he perceived the uselessness of such an
attempt, and stopping tho engines, gave orders to lower
a boat which was promptly done; by this time
the lady passengers, four in number, were on the
bridge with witness and he, cutting away the lifo buoys
gavo them to the ladies; as soon as the boat touched the
water and got rid of the tackling, the stewardess, who had
a child in her aims, threw it into the boat, and immediately
afterwards the vessel went down with witness and the four
women on the bridge, all the others having left the ship
either in the boat or by climbing up the bows of
the Barrabool. Between three and four minutes elapsed
from the time of the collision until the vessel went down;
there were 21 hands on board all told at the time of the
collision; witness did not know, there was a vessel in sight
until he heard the mate give the order "hard a starboard;'
it was not the duty of the officer of the watch to report a
vessel in sight, to witness unless he thought there was
danger; when witness first saw the light of the Barrabool
she must have been about 300 or 400 yards distant, and the
Bonnie Dundee was going at the rate of 7 knots an hour
when the collision occurred, the Barrabool was, in witness's
opinion, going at a speed of about 3 knots.
To Mr. Sly: In witness's opinion the vessel was properly
handled after the light of the Barrabool had been sighted
the steam whistle was not used; it was not customary to use
it on a clear night like that on which the collision occurred
when the red light of the Barrabool was sighted, it was too
late to port the helm of the Bonnie Dundee, as the former
vessel was almost on top of her; at the exact time of the
collision the Bonnie Dundee was almost stationary; there
was no time to get the passengers into the boat before the
vessel went down.
To Mr. Rogers: The Bonnie Dundee was heading about
north-west when she was struck; everything was done by
the Barrabool people to save life.
To Mr. Manning: Witness did not think, under the cir
cumstances, that there was any occasion for the chief officer
(to communicate with him before allowing the ships to come
so close together if the green light of the Barrabool had
continued in sight; witness had given the Herald news
paper a report of the occurrence; - he was in bed when the
reporter came, and the chief officer was in the room; wit
ness was the only man left on board the vessel when she
went down.
Henry Dose, able-bodied seaman of tho Bonnie Dundee
joined tho vessel on Monday last; he was at the wheel at
the time of the collision with the Barrabool; he went to
the wheel about 6 o'clock, when about twelve or fifteen miles
south of Newcastle; the vessel's course was thena north
by east half east; about 7 o'clock witness was directed
by the mate to change the course to N.N.E.; the
vessel had passed Bird Island when that order was given;
the N.N.E. course was continued until the red light of a
steamer, afterwards found to be the Barrabool, was sighted
about four miles distant, and bearing about north on the
port bow; on seeing the red light, the mato gave the order
to keep the vessel off a little, and accordingly witness kept
her off another point, her course then being north-east by
north; that course was kept until the Barrabool, when
nearly abreast of the Bonnie Dundee, showed her green
light; the mate then gave the ordor, "Hard a starboard,'
and witness brought the vessel round till her head was
about north-west; the Barrabool was then almost on top of
them, and showing her red light, and immediately after
that she struck the Bonnie Dundee on the starboard side;
the captain went on the bridge about 10 minutes before the
collision took place; when the vessel waa struck, the captain
shouted, "look out for yourselves;" if the Barrabool
had not altered her course there was sufficient room for her
to have passed between the Bonnie Dundee and the land.
John Petersen, seaman of the Bonnie Dundee, was look-
out man on the forecastle when the collision occurred; he
went on the lookout about 6 o'clock; between 7 and 8
o'clock, while on the lookout, he sight a bright masthead
light, which appeared to be straight ahead; about five or
ten minutes after sighting the masthead light the red light
of the vessel came in sight; witness reported the light to
the officer in charge of the deck, and he said " All right:"
witness continued on the lookout on the forecastle, and soon
afterwards, when the vessels began to near one another the
red light disappeared and the green light came in sight
almost immediately after the green light of the approaching
vessel come in sight she ran into the Bonnie Dundee; when
first witness sighted the masthead light it was about two or
three miles off.
To Mr. Rogers: Witness did not notice whether the
Bonnie Dundee slackened speed; he could not tell that,
being forward.
To Mr. Monning: Witness did not see the red light of
the Barrabool a second time; he was looking at the Barra-
bool from the time she showed the green light until the
collision occurred; he climbed the bows of the Barrabool
after the collision.
To the Coroner: Witness heard the steam-whistle
sounded on board the Bonnie Dundee; there was so much
confusion and excitement that he could not tell whether a
bell was rung or a whistle sounded on board the Barrabool;
but he was quite certain that the whistle sounded on board
the Bonnie Dundee.
Thomas Crawford, recalled, deposed that when he first
saw the green light of the Barrabool it was on the port bow
of the Bonnie Dundee, nearly straight ahead; he lost the
red light, and a minuto or two afterwards saw the green
light; from the position the steamers were in to one
another, a slight movement of the helm would have caused
the change of lights; when he first saw the green light the
Barrabool was about her own length off; there was nothing
in the relative positions of the two vessels that would have
led witness to apprehend danger until he saw the green
light of the Barrabool.
John Charles Simmons, chief engineer of the Bonnie Dundee,
was attending, to the engines of the vessel when the collision
took place on Monday night; about a quarter to 8 o'clock
that evening he received an order by telegraph to stop, and
then "full speed astern" ; he obeyed both orders without
any delay; about a minute after he received the latter
order he felt a shock, and almost immediately afterwards
received the order "full speed ahead," quickly followed by
"stop"; after stopping the second time he went on deck,
and found the vessel sinking.
Henry Dose rocallcd: When he first saw the Barrabool
he saw the red light and the mast-head light.
To a juror: At the time he first saw the red light he did
not see the green light; when the mate saw the red light he
told witness to keep off a little, and witness then ported his
helm, which would have the effect of showing the red light
more; about a quarter of an hour elapsed between the time
witness first saw the red light, and the timo he received the
order "hard a starboard" he did not see the greenlight till
he got the order, "Hard-a-starboard;" if the Bonnie
Dundee had kept the course she was on before that order
had been given the Barrabool would have struck her on the
port bow; witness did not hear the lookout man sing out,
but that would be accounted for by the fact that he
(witness) was standing alongside the steam funnel, and the
noise from that would probably drown the shout of the
lookout man; witness got on board the Barrabool by the
bows.
Hercules Dalzell, one of the seamen of the Bonnie
Dundee, first saw the Barrabool's masthead light bearing
on the port bow about two points and about three miles
distant; he next saw the red light and some time after-
wards the green light almost abreast of the Bonnie Dundee;
as soon as he saw the green light, he heard the order given
by the mate, "Hard-a-starboard," and directly afterwards
the Barrabool ran into the Bonnie Dundee, which sank
about three minutes after the collision.
To Mr. Want: The first time that the vessel's helm was
shifted it was to starboard; witness was sure that it was
not ported before it was put to starboard; he could not say
whether the helm was not ported when the Barrabool's
red light was first sighted; it might have been at that time
without his noticing it.
To Mr. Sly: After the vessel's helm had been put to
starboard witness again saw the Barrabool's red light before
the collision.
To Mr. Manning: When the Barrabool's green light first
came in sight witness was forward on deck; if no other
change had been made from that time in the course of either
vessel, witness did not think there could have been a colli-
sion; after he first saw the green light of the Barrabool the
latter vessel appeared to change her course, and then her
green light came in sight; he heard the look-out report the
masthead light.
John Redmond Clarke deposed that he was master of the
screw steamer Barrabool trading between Melbourne,
Sydney, and Newcastle; she left Newcastle on the evening
of Monday, the 10th instant, clearing Nobby's Head at
half-past 6 ; it was a beautiful clear, moonlight night, with
a light north-easterly, wind blowing and the water
smooth; after clearing Nobby's the vessel's course
was shaped S.S.W. by compass, and that course
was kept until half-past 7, when it was changed
to S. by W. three-quarters W.; when the course was
altered the vessel had gone about ten miles; a quarter-of'
an-hour after leaving Newcastle the second mate took
charge of the deck; witness also was on deck; about twenty
minutes to 8 o'clock a masthead light was reported; witness
looked over the side and saw a masthead light about two
points on the starboard bow, and about 3 miles distant; a
few minutes afterwards he sighted a green light
he then spoke to the mate asking him if that
was not a green light the stranger was showing, the
mate replied in the affirmative, and witness then ordered the
man at the wheel to starboard the helm a little; the order
was hardly given, and was not executed, when the mate
drew witness's attention to the fact that the approaching
steamer (which afterwards turned out to be the Bonnie
Dundee) was showing her red light; witness then counter
maned his former order to the steersman, and gave the
order " hard-a-port," which was immediately obeyed
the light of the Bonnie Dundee, now about half
a mile distant, disappeared across the Barrabool's
bow; witness telegraphed to engine-room, "Stop her," and
directly afterwards, from the position of the Bonnie Dun
dee's light, thinking that they were going all clear, he was
about to telegraph to the engine-room to start her ahead
again, when suddenly the green light of the Bonnie Dundee
came in sight, and all three lights were in sight, revealing
that the vessel was bearing down right upon the Barrabool
witness instantly telegraphed the engineer, "Full speed
astern," and proceeded to blow the steam-whistle, several
times, at the same time the red light of the Bonnie Dundee
went out of sight, showing that she was bearing up towards
the bow of the Barrabool; immediately afterwards the
vessels collided, and witness gave orders to lower a boat
which was done without any delay; the boat was manned
by the chief mate and two seamen, who were instructed to
pull with all speed to the Bonnie Dundee, then in a sinking
condition on the starboard bow of tho Barrabool; witness
ordered the engines to go slow ahead, and when
his vessel had approached to within fifty yards
of the Bonnie Dundee, the latter went down; the
Barrabool was then stopped among the wreckage, and three
life buoys and some cork fenders were thrown overboard in
case there should be any person in the water; the boat of
the Barrabool, accompanied by that of the Bonnie Dundee
soon came alongside, and witness shouted out to them to
know if all hands were saved; receiving no answer
he went on the main deck, and hearing someone say there
had been four women on board, looked over the rail and in
quired if there were any women in the boats; the reply
was "no," and witness ordered the chief mate to go
back and see if he could find any one floating; the Bonnie
Dnndee's boat was also ordered away for the same purpose;
soon the chief mate of the Barrabool returned with a lady in
his boat; she was got on board, and though she appeared
to be quite inanimate, efforts were made to endeavour to
restore animation for more than an hour and a half, but
without avail: after bringing the lady on board, the boat
returned to search among the wreckage, but no one else was
found and witness asked Captain Stuart if he thought there
was any use staying longer; Captain Stuart replied that he
thought everv thing possible had been done, and after the
damage which had been done to the Barrabool's bow had
been repaired as well as could be under the circumstances,
the vessel proceeded on her course to Sydney; about a
hour and a half elapsed between the foundering of the
Bonnie Dundee and Barrabool's resuming her voyage to
Sydney. To Mr. Want: The look-out man of the Barra
bool was on the top-gallant forecastle, and to prevent any
mistake being made by the look-out man, the signals were
given by bells; there was nothing to interrupt witness's
view-nor that of the mate, the look-out man, or the man at
the wheel; there were passengers on board the Barrabool,
two of them-Mr. and Mrs. Lovell-were on the saloon
deck; when two bells, the signal of the Bonnie Dundee
coming in sight, were struck, Mr. Lovell asked
if that was 8 o'clock, and witness replied
"No, it is a light on the starboard bow;"
when first the Bonnie Dundee was sighted, if each
vessel had kept on her course they would have cleared each
other by a good half-mile; witness gave the order "star-
board a little to clear them a little more, but before the
order was obeyed the red light of the Bonnie Dundee came
in sight (here the models were again brought into use, and
at this time and throughout the remainder of his evidence
the witness explained the positions and manoeuvres of the
two vessels by their aid); seeing that the red light of the
Bonnie Dundee was on the starboard bow of the Barrabool
it was the duty of the latter to keep clear, and accordingly
witness had the helm put to port aud stopped the engine
and supposing they had gone on as they were then, they
would have passed each other quite clear; the green light
of the Bonnie Dundee, however, then came into sight; the
evidence of some of those on board the Bonnie Dundee had
stated that the green light of the Barrabool was seen
by them after they sighted her red light, but that was
quite impossible, as the Barrabool was on her port
helm after it was first ported; it was not true that after
showing her red light to the Bonnie Dundee the Barrabool
came across and showed her red light; when the
vessels collided, the Barrabool's speed was under a mile an
hour; the Bonnie Dundee was going about five or seven
miles; if the Bonnie Dundee had stopped her engines
the same time as the Barabool did there would have been
no collision, as the two vessels would not have reached one
another; the damage to the Barrabool was on the port bow,
about 20 inches from the stern, and was caused by the
Bonnie Dundee tearing across the Barrabool's bow; if the
Bonnie Dundee had not been going so fast she would not
have made the hole in the Barrabool's bow that she did.
To Mr. Sly: The Bonnie Dundee was about 3 miles
distant when witness first sighted her masthead light, and
about a mile distant when her green light was first seen
witness would positively swear that, at the time of the
collision, the Bonnie Dundee was going at a rate of about 5
knots an hour, and the Barrabool was going at a rate of less
than one mile an hour; immediately after the collision the
Barrabool had stern way on; when first the red light of the
Bonnie Dundee was sighted the vessels were about three
quarters of a mile apart.
To Mr. Manning: The masthead lights of each vessel
would probably have been sighted by the other at about the
same time, but the Bonnie Dundee would most likely have
sighted the side lights of the Barrabool before her own
lights could have been visible to the latter, as the moon was
rising and was putting the Bonnie Dundee's lights in the
shade; witness had heard the examination of the mate
the Bonnie Dundee; he (the mate of the Bonnie Dundee)
did port his helm in the first instance, and then after showing
a red light put his helm hard-a-starboard, and as a
matter of fact the helm of the Barrabool was first put a little
a-starboard and then hard-a-port; if the mate of the Bonnie
Dundee was right in saying that when he first sighted the
Barrabool, she was two miles on his port bow, that would
put the Bonnie Dundee about a mile further out to sea than
she really was; the Barrabool was about three miles out
from land when she first sighted the Bonnie Dundee.
To a juror: The Barrabool's full speed is ten knots an
hour; after giving the order to stop, if the engines were
reversed full speed astern, she would go about one-third of a
mile before she stopped altogether; there was a rule of the
road that when ships are meeting end-on, all lights being
in view, each vessel must port; that was the only case in
which that rule held good; when witness gave the order to
stop the engines immediately before the collision, it was
not, he considered, an error of judgment; if he had not
dono so the Bonnie Dundee would have run into the Barra-
bool; when witness gave the order "stop" the Barrabool
was going about 10 knots an hour; he did not think he
could have got ahead of the Bonnio Dundee by going full
speed ahead; when the Bonnie Dundee's red right was on
the Barrabool's starboard bow, it was the Barrabool's duty
to give way, and the Bonnie Dundee should have held on
her course.
Arthur Nelson Pidcock, second mate of the Barrabool,
with a master's certificate, was in charge of the deck when
the masthead light of the Bonnie Dundee was reported;
on looking at the light he saw it was bearing two
points on the starboard bow, and about 4 miles distant;
about 10 minutes after sighting the masthead light
of the Bonnie Dundee, the green light became visible ;
Captain Clarke who was on deck asked what lights
the steamer was showing, and witness replied, " Green, but
burning indistinctly ;" the captain replied, "Yes, oh yes,"
and then gave orders to the man at the wheel to starboard a
little; this order was scarcely given before the Bonnie
Dundee showed a red light; witness mentioned the fact to
the captain, who immediately had the helm put hard-a-port,
and gave the ordor to stop the engines; very soon after the
engines had been stopped the Bonnie Dundee showed both
her lights, but the red light soon went out of sight and the
green light showed close on the starboard bow of the Barrabool,
which at that time was going very slowly; shortly
afterwards the two vessels collided; tho Bonnie Dundee
appeared to have a pretty good speed; when the collision
took place the Barrabool's boat was lowered and sent away
to render assistance; after being absent someo time, the
boat returned with the body of the deceased Mrs. Brown;
after hanging about the scene of the wreck for over an hour
the vessel continuod on her course to Sydney.
To Mr. Waut: From the position of the Bonnie
Dundee when first she was sighted, it would have
been impossible for her to have seen the red light of the
Barrabool, and if the mate of the Bonnie Dundee had stated
that the gresn light of the Barrabool was the one first
sighted he would be correct; witness had read a report in
the Echo of the 11th instant, with reference to the mate's
statement about his seeing the green light of the Barrabool
first-that was correct; if the Bonnie Dundee had not
ported, the two vessels would have passed one another about
half a mile distant; t was only the Bonnie Dundee star-
boarding after her porting that brought her across the bows
of the Barrabool; it was untrue that the Barrabool after
porting her helm ever showed her green light to the Bonnie
Dundee; the Barrabool had not more than half a knot way
when the collision took place; the Bonnie Dundee appeared
to be going over four knots.
To Mr. Sly: Witness did not hear the Bonnie Dundee
blow her whistle at all; when first the green light of the
Bonnie Dundee came in sight the two vessels were about a
mile distant; the engines of the Barrabool were stopped on
the red light of the Bonnie Dundee becoming visible; witness
was of opinion that, according to the regulations of the
Navigation Act, the Bonnie Dundee was the vessel which
should have kept on her course while the Barrabool was the
giving way vessel, consequently the Bonnie Dundee should
not have altered her course.
Thomas Crawford recalled, in answer to a question as to
whether he had given a report of the occurrence to a reporter
of the Echo newspaper, stated that some persons had come
to him two or three hours after he arrived in Sydney,
and he gave them some account about the ships; he did not
know what he said to them; he could not say whether they
told him they were reporters for a paper; he could not say,
so far as he was aware of, that he gave the statement to the
reporters that appeared in the Echo of March 11th, he never
saw any account of the occurrence in the Echo.
To Mr. Sly: Witness was in the Caledonian Hotel when
they came and asked him some questions; he gave them no
written account ; it is not a fact that he first saw the green
light; he could not possibly have said so to a reporter ; he
did not say so; he could not say whether an account
appeared in the Evening News about the same time; ho did
not take notice of any newspapers; he was quite sober when
he made the statement in the Caledonian Hotel.
John Tucker, able seaman on board the Barrabool, went
to the wheel a few minutes after clearing Nobby's Head;
about an hour afterwards witness saw the mast-head light
of a steamer on the starboard bow, which had been signalled
by the lookout; she appeared to be running an opposite
course to that of the Barrabool; some time afterwards the
mate reported the green light of the steamer, and the
captain gave tho order, "starboard a little" ; witness was
just obeying that order when the mate reported a red light,
and the captain ordered the helm "hard a-port"; witness
obeyed the order, and, as he did so, saw the red light of the
Bonnie Dundee on the starboard bow; when the Barrabool
came round in answer to her helm, both the side-lights of
the Bonnie Dundee came in sight, and the red one disap-
pearing, she crossed the bows of the Barrabool; the captain
ordered the engines to stop, and a minute after gave "full
speed astern "; before the Barrabool had completely lost her
way, she struck the Bonnie Dundee amidships.
To Mr. Want: The helm was not put astarhoard at all
after it was ported; if any of the witnesses on board the
Bonnie Dundee had sworn that they saw the green light
of the Barrabool after having seen the red light, they
would have stated what was untrue; witness thought
that the Bonnie Dundee had more way on at the
time of the collision, but he would not swear to it;
it was about two or three minutes from the time witness
first saw the red light of the Bonnie Dundee until he saw
both lights, and about the same time between when the two
lights first showed and the collision.
William Lovell deposed that he was a passenger on
board the Barrabool at the time of the collision; he was on
the saloon deck of the Barrabool when the Bonnio Dundee
was first sighted, and on hearing the bell struck asked
if it were 8 o'clock, but the captain replied that it
was a vessel on the starboard bow; tho captain then
went to the starboard side of the vessel and look-
ing over said, "she is showing a green light;"
and then gave the order to the steersman "starboard a
little;" shortly after the mate on the bridge reported that
the vessel was showing a red light in place of the green,
and Captain Clarke gave the order "hard a port;" a few
minutes subsequently someone said that the vesssel was
showing a green light again, and the captain said "where
is she coming to ?" a few minutes after that the collision
took place; witness saw the white mast-head light of the
Bonnie Dundee when it was reported, and very soon after-
wards saw the green light; it was immediately after the
Bonnie Dundee showed the red light that the Barrabool's
engines were stopped.
To Mr. Want: He never heard any order given to star-
board the helm after the order to port it had been given ;
when he first saw the light of the Bonnio Dundee he had
no fear of a collision; there was no confusion on board the
Barrabool; Captain Clarke was very calm and cool, and
appeared to be exercising his judgment calmly.
Charles Wilson, able seaman on board the Barrabool, was
on the look out when the collision occurred; he saw the
masthead light of the Bonnie Dundee and reported it by
striking two bells, which signalled "a light on the starboard
bow;" when he first sighted it the light was two points
on the starboard bow and about four or five miles
distant; the vessel appeared to be steering in an
opposite direction to the course of the Barrabool;
about seven minutes after the masthead light was
sighted the green light became visible; several minutes
after the green light first came in sight, it disappeared, and
the red light took its place; Captain Clarke then sang out
"Hard a-port," and the Barrabool went round until the
red light of the Bonnie Dundee was on her port bow;
directly after that, both the Bonnie Dundee's side-lights
became visible, and then the red light disappeared, and the
Bonnie Dundee crossing the bows of the Barrabool, was
struck amidships, and shortly afterwards sank.
To Mr. Sly: The Barrabool was forging ahead very
slowly when the two vessels collided.
To the Foreman: The Bonnie Dundeo must have been
going at a rate of 4 or 6 knots an hour when she was crossing
the bows of the Barrabool.
Thomas Ashford, an able seaman belonging to the Barrabool,
was on the after part of the saloon deck when the
Bonnie Dundee's light was signalled; directly after the
light was signalled witness looked at the time and saw it
was twenty minutes to 8; shortly afterwards the officer on
the bridge reported a red light, and then witness went to the
assistance of the man at the wheel, and caught sight of the
red light bearing about two points on the starboard bow; as
soon as the mate announced the red light the captain gave
the order "hard-a-port;" the helm was put hard-a-port
and kept so until the collision took place.
To the Foreman: The Bonnie Dundee seemed to be going
very fast when she crossed the Barrabool's bows.
Isaac Wagland, second engineer of the Barrabool, was in
charge of the engine room when the collision occurred,
the chief engineer being off duty at that time; some time
between half-past seven and a quarter to 8 o'clock the
telegraph signalled "slow"; witness obeyed the order,
and then the telegraph signalled "stop" and "full speed
astern " in one order; the engines were at once stopped and
reversed, and about two minutes afterwards there was a
shock as if the vessel had struck something.
To Mr. Sly: If the Barrabool were going full speed
ahead, and the engines were stopped and reversed, it would
take two or three minutes before tho steamer would be
stopped.
William H. Dick, a reporter on the staff of the Sydney
Morning Herald, remembered hearing a rumour on the
night after the 10th instant that the Barrabool and Bonnie
Dundee steamers had collided; and in consequence of this
rumour he made inquiries to ascertain the truth of the
report; he saw the man before the Court, who
gave his name as Thomas Crawford; he stated
that be was the chief officer of the Bonnie Dundee;
the man giving his name as John Stewart was
present when witness interviewed the chief officer;
they were in the bedroom of an hotel, and Stewart,
who stated that he was the master of the Bonnie
Dundee, was lying on a bed; witness got the mate's state-
ment, which was to the effect that he was in charge of the
vessel at the time of the collision, that he saw the green
light about two miles ahead, and that he steered his vessel
so os to show his own green light: that suddenly he saw a
red light exhibited, and that soon after that Bonnie
Dundee was 'struck amidships on the starboard, the
captain was present when the mate made the statement
and did not contradict it in any way.
To Mr. Want: Witness reduced the mate's ?? to
writing; he went back a second time (after he to??
of the mate's statement), in company with the ??
reporter, in order that he might heur the stat ??
had a greater knowledge of nautical matters ??
was possessed of; the same statement was made and
time as had been on the first occasion; which he took
down the statement in shorthand and t?? it
into writing; he saw it afterwards in print it
was correct; the fifth paragraph after the ??
of the occurrence in the Echo of March ll, citing
" The chief officer of the Bonnie Dundee states, ??
ing with the words " escaping the suction,' was ??
ment made to witness by the mate; the same ??
wards appeared in the Herald of March 12th; ??
never asked to contradict these statements, nor ever
heard of any complaints about their being incorrect took
down the mate's statement in shorthand; ??
sitting in the same room with the captain; ??
very little about shipping matters, and the ??
to him what the three lights were.
To Mr. Manning: The mate did not appear under
the influence of liquor.
Thomas Crawford recalled : Had been ??
Sydney and the north for about 10 years; he ??
course steered by the Bonnie Dundee ??
particular occasion; it was the course generally used
in fine weather; the Bonnie Dundee was bound for the
Manning River, and had gone the same trips ??
18 months: when witness first saw the Barrabool ??
light she was about 225 yards off ; if he had seen ??
light on his port bow it would have been his duty ??
on his course, but he did not see her green light ??
bow; he saw it almost ahead; the Barrabool ??
been 1 or 2 points on the port bow when she ??
her red light; sometimes a couple of minutes ??
tween the time of losing one light and sighting the other;
it was a fact that the losing of one light necess??
immediate picking up of the other; when the ??
was first sighted it was ahead, but was if anything ??
on the port bow; as soon as witness saw the green he
put his helm to starboard; Witness had had no ??
the captain; there was no confusion or quarrelling on board
the Bonnie Dundee before she left the wharf; as ??
captain had heard the order 'hard-a-starboard," ??
up on the bridge and took charge; witness never ??
sounding the steam whistle; if he had not given ??
"hard-a-starboard," he believed the Barrabool would have
run into them on the port side.
John Alexander Stewart, recalled, stated that he had
been trading to the north for about twelve ??
course the Bonnie Dundee steered was, under the circum
stances, the proper course to steer; had heard ??
the Herald reporter, give his evidence; was present on the
11th instant when the chief officer gave him an account of
the collision; the report in the Echo of the llth instant
was not a correct report of what the mate told the reporter;
the orders that witness gave-"Stop her," " ??
astern "-wereo given, the one immediately after that.
To. Mr. Manning: When the reporter came witness was
too unwell to notice what took place; he did not ??
the mate said to the reporter, but he knew that he ??
say what afterwards appeared in the Echo.
To Mr. Want: There was no break between the orders,
"Stop her" and "Full speed astern;" witness ??
ously sworn there was a break of a minute between;
he did not consider that when the order "hard-a-starboard"
was given it was a serious thing, although he had previously
stated it was; there was no great probability ??
when the helm was starboarded; there might have been a
little danger.
To Mr. Want: The Bonnie Dundee was steering ??
close in to shore to avoid currents; she kept within ??
or three miles from the coast, and went from point ??
it was the general practice for coasting steamers going
south to go outside steamers going north; if witness ??
miles from Bird Island, and had the Barrabool been ??
out he would stand a pretty good chance of seeing ??
light.
The foregoing being all the evidence that was ??
anent the collision, the Coronor stated that previous ??
jury retiring to consider their verdict they would be
addressed by Mr. Manning, the legal rcpresentative of the
Crown. It had hitherto been his custom not to permit any
lawyers to address the jury, but in the present case
would follow the precedent offered lately in England ??
inquest on the body of the victims in the collision of Her
Majesty's yacht Misletoe, when the Crown Prosecutor
summed up and addressed the jury. Mr Manning accordingly
proceeded to review the evidencee,
and summed up greatly against the officers of
the Bonnie Dundee. He remarked that, in that
place, the jury were to consider whether the collision was
the fault of the Bonnie Dundee or the Barrabool. Accord-
ing to the evidence of the officers and crew of the Barra-
bool, the Bonnie Dundee was entirely to blame for the
occurrence, for she had twice offended against the regula-
tions of the Navigation Act in not holding to her course
when her green light, was to the Barrubool's green light,
and, subsequently, when red light was to red light,
of which positions she should have hold on her course. He
also pointed out that even by the showing of the Bonnie
Dundee's own men, she was in fault in crossing the Barra-
bool's course the second time. If the jury took the view
that the Bonnie Dundee committed a breach of the regula-
tions, they must further decide who was actually to
blame for the act, and return a verdict accordingly.
The jury were then left to consider their verdict
and after a deliberation of an hour and a half
returned the following verdict:-" We find that
the deceased, Sarah Brown, came by her death
on the night of the 10th instant by drowning, the result of a
collision between the steamer Bonnie Dundee and
the steamer Barrabool, in the former of which she was at the
time a passenger, which collision was brought about by the
gross negligence of the first mate of the Bonnie Dundee,
Thomas Crawford, and Captain John Alexander Stewart
of the same vessel; and we consequently return a verdict of
manslaughter against the said Thomas Crawford and John
Alexander Stewart." The Coroner accordingly proceeded
to commit the prisoners to take their trial at the next sittings
of the Central Criminal Court. Bail was allotted to
each prisoner in 300, with two sureties of 150 each.
Before the Court broke up the Coroner, in the warmest
terms, expresscd his thanks to the jury for the ??
careful, and intelligent way in which they had investigated
the case. He entirely concurred with them in their verdict
and he had much pleasure in stating his conviction that
was as good and true a verdict as could have been given
Source:
The Sydney Morning Herald
Saturday 22 March 1879
Page 6
Transcription, janilye
NOTE: This newspaper article is badly creased down the
right hand side; for the parts
unreadable I've used question marks.
Mrs. Sarah Brown wife of David Brown of Balmain was 53 and
came from County Derry,
Ireland.


Below is The steamer Barrabool in Duke's Dock after the collision.


The Unknown South Seas from 1642

In 1642, Anthony Van Dieman, Governor General of the Dutch East Indies, commissioned Abel Tasman, a sea Captain employed by the Dutch East India Company, to undertake a voyage to the unknown south seas.
Leaving Batavia in August, 1642, Tasman first set a course towards Mauritius, then sailing southwards, and later easterly, he reached, in November, 1642, the west coast of Tasmania, which he named Van Diemen's Land. The names of his shipsHeemskirk and Zeehaenhe gave to two mountains, the first land he sighted.
Two years later, on another voyage, Tasman sailed along the northern coast of Australia from Cape York in Queensland, to North West Gape in Western Australia.
Following Tasman's voyage, the continent of Australia was known as New Holland, even for many years after Captain Cook had named the eastern portion of it New South Wales. The name Australia was not officially recognised until some years after the establishment of the Bank of New South Wales in 1817.

Arrival by the JOHN ELDER. March 12, 1879 South Australia

The Orient steamship John Elder, A. J. Cooper commander, arrived at Semaphore, South Australia and anchored at half past 4. on Wednesday, March 12, 1879.
SHE had a capital passage but no special incidents occurred. One birth took place, and the child was named John Elder.

The following is the list of immigrants by the s.s. John Elder, with their ages and occupations :
Gilbert Aitkins, 18, agricultural laborer;
William Bacon, 25, do.;
George Beavis, 22, do. ;
Charles Bennett, 20, do. ;
Matthew Blakey, 20, do.;
William Bond, 22, do. ;
Robert Brewis, 24, pick and shovel laborer ;
Peter Brooks, 27, do.;
John Brown, 21, agricultural laborer ;
William Dabrnett, 19, do. ;
Robert Dunn, 24, pick and shovel laborer ;
John George, 31, agri cultural laborer ;
John Glover, 22, do. ;
William Gosling (special constable), 25, do.;
Samuel Grapes, 20, pick and shovel laborer;
Robert Gummer, 23, agricultural laborer ;
Job Hallett,23, do.;
Thomas Harrison, 21, quarryman ;
David Holland, 17, agricultural laborer ;
Tom Horner, 31, pick and shovel laborer;
George Hoyes, 21, agricultural laborer;
Albert V. King, 22, do. ;
Robert Madus, 21, pick and shovel laborer;
Henry Male, 23, agricultural laborer;
Watson Male, 17, do. ;
William Meadlan, 23, pick and shovel laborer;
Robert A. Munro, 20, house and cartwright;
John McAskill, 20, agricultural laborer;
Alexander McKenzie, 19, do.;
John McPherson, 22, do. ;
Edward Peel, 25, pick and shovel laborer;
Robert Purdy, 29, agricultural laborer ;
William Read, 23, do. ;
Edwin Robins, 18, do.;
Ben Russ, 20, do.;
Alfred Smith, 21, do.;
William Smith, 22, pick and shovel laborer ;
Anthony Steel, 28, do.;
Benjamin Thomson, 22, agricultural laborer;
James Turner, 22, laborer.

The following is the list of first saloon passengers: -
Miss Allessandri,
Colonel Browne,
Mr and Mrs Arthur Bull, family (seven)and servant;
Mr Arthur Campbell,
Miss Caswell,
Miss E C Caswell,
Mr Arthur Crocker,
Mr and Mrs J C Davie,
Mr John Duncan,
Mr John H Durham,
Mr Easles,
Miss C D Fergusson,
Mr Gaynor,
Rev C. J. and Mrs Godby,
Mr J H Hickson,
Mr Edgar W Hoe,
Mr and Mrs Arthur Howell,
Dr Thomas G Kerr,
Mr Alex Maclean,
Mr and Mrs G F Maberly and child,
Miss Auguste Innes,
Rev T M O'Callaghan,
Miss Palmer,
Miss Patterson,
Rev. G.D.P. Pritchard,
Míss Richardson,
Mr Richardson,
Mr Richman,
Mr A. O. Robotham,
Mr Frank J. Sheppard,
Mr Richard M. Sheppard,
Mr H Spragge,
Mr and Mrs C G Tindal and servant,
Mr Charles F. Tindal,
Mr John T. Tindal,
Miss Annie Tindal,
Miss Louisa Tindal,
Miss Jane Tindal,
Miss Elizabeth Tindal,
Miss Esther Tindal,
Mr H P Tomkinson,
Mr W P Turton,
Mr R E Nowell Twopenny,
Mr Edward Twynam,
Mr Wickens,
Mr and Mrs Forster Willson, child, and nurse,
Mr Charles V Wilson,
Mrs Willson, the Misses Willson (two),
Mr A. J. Winterson,
Mr Wm. Wood,
Mr and Mrs.Reginald Young,
Miss Young.

Also received European correspondence and files of English papers to the 30 January, 1879,
and South African letters and papers to the 22 February 1879.