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St Peters Church Richmond. NSW

AT A PUBLIC MEETING of the Inhabitants of Richmond,
held at the School House, on the 23d October, 1835,
the Rev. Samuel Marsden in the Chair,
It was proposed by Mr. Cox, sen.; seconded by
the Rev. H. T. Stiles ; and resolved unanimously ---
1st.... That it is expedient to erect a Church in
this Town, for the celebration of Divine Worship,
according to the Form of the Protestant Episcopal
Church of England, on the Ground at the end of
George-street, originally set apart for that purpose.
Proposed by Mr. W. Cox, jun.; seconded by Mr.
G. Bowman ; and resolved unanimously ---
2nd.... That, to carry this object into effect, a Committee
be formed, consisting ot the following Members, of whom any
seven be competent to despatch business : ---
Mr. Cox, sen., Fairfield,
Mr. Cox, jun., Hobartville,
Mr. Bell, Belmont,
Mr. George Bowman,
Mr. William Bowman,
Mr. Faithful,
Rev. H. T. Stiles,
Mr. Martin, sen.,
Mr. C. Palmer,
Mr. Dight,
Mr. C. Powell,
Mr. Parnell,
Mr. G. P. Wood.
Proposed by Mr. William Bowman ; seconded by
Mr. Faithful ; and resolved unanimously
3rd..... That, to forward the object of this Meeting,
Funds be immediately raised by voluntary Subscription ---
that the Members of the Committee do agree to use their best
exertions to this end ---
that Subscription Lists be opened at the several Banks ---
and that an Appeal be made to the Public through the medium
of the following Newspapers :---
Sydney Herald, Monitor, Colonist, Australian, and Sydney Gazette,
to be inserted three times in each Newspaper.
Proposed by Mr Martin ; seconded by Mr. William Bowman ;
and resolved unaminously ---
4th.... That William Cox senior, Esq., be requested to take the
office of Treasurer, and the Rev. H. T. Stiles that of Secretary.

THE Protestant Population of Richmond and its Neighbourhood, as shewn by
the last Census, is upwards of 1300. The present Building used as a
Church will barely accommodate one hundred Persons : and as the other
engagements of the Chaplain prevent him from having more than one service
on the Sunday, it is obvious that out of every thirteen Inhabitants who
may wish to participate in the ordinance of Divine Worship, twelve
must be deprived of that privilege, because there is no room for them.
This simple fact constitutes, in itself, a strong appeal to the
liberality of the Residents, not of Richmond only, but of the Colony
generally. It is earnestly hoped that the individual, domestic, and
social advantages to be derived from a due observance of the Public
Worship of Almighty God, will be so appreciated by the Colonists
universally, as to produce a corresponding willingness to contribute,
when, as at present, an opportunity is offered them towards an object
so fraught with benefits to our adopted country, our families, and ourselves.

Contributions will be thankfully received by William Cox, Esq., Hobartville ;
by the Rev. H. T. Stiles, Windsor; by the Rev. S. Marsden, Parramatta;
by the Members of the Committee ; and at either of the Banks in Sydney.

Subscriptions already promised :—
£. s. d.

The Archdeacon....... ...........200 0 0
Mr. Cox, senior, Fairfield.........35 0 0
Mr. Cox, junior..... .....................25 0 0
Mr. George Bowman ..............20 0 0
Mr. William Bowman .... ......... 20 0 0
Mr. Faithful .... ............. .......... 20 0 0
Mr. John Town, junior.......... ..20 0 0
Rev. H.T. Stiles............... ..10 0 0
Mr. Onus.... .................. ..........10 0 0
Mr. John Town, senior. ...........10 0 0
Mr. Martin..... .... ......................6 0 0
Mr. Martin, junior. ... ............ ......6 0 0
Mr. Seymour... ..... ... ..... .........5 0 0
Mr. Cross .... .............. .... .......5 0 0
Mr. Hughes...... . ......... ... .........5 0 0
Mr. Dight ..... ........... ....... .... ....5 0 0
Mr. George Pitt. ..... .......... ..... ..5 0 0
Mr. Robert Williams. ..... .... .....5 0 0
Mr. Price ...... ..... .............. .. ....5 0 0
Mr. G. P. Wood . .... ..... ..... ......2 0 0
Mr. J. Markwell ... ..... ......... ....1 0 0
Mr. Robert Aull ...... ..................1 0 0
Mr. William Farlow..... .............1 0 0
Mr. C. Palmer ...... ...................1 0 0
Mr. Benjamin Cawer.... ...........1 0 0
Mr. George Mortimer..... .........1 0 0
Mrs. Crawley. ... ..... ... ............1 0 0
Mr. John Brown. .... ..... ..........3 0 0
Mr. Thomas Eather..... ... .......2 0 0
Mr. P. M'Alpin...... ... ...............2 0 0

Collected by the Rev. S. Marsden.

Rev. Richard Hill.... ....... .....2 0 0
Mr. R. Jones, M C...... ...... .6 0 0
Mr. R. Smith. ... ..... .......... ..2 0 0
Mr. Thomas Marsden......... .2 0 0
Mr. Caleb Wilson..... ...........2 0 0
Mr. Richard Fitzgerald. &
Mr. Robert Fitzgerald ..... ...5 0 0
Mr. James Chisholm. ... .....5 0 0
Mr. Samuel Terry.... ..........10 0 0
Mr. Edward Terry..... ............2 0 0
Mr. John Terry.... .. ... ...........2 0 9
Mr. P. W. Flower...... ...........2 0 0
Mr. C. S. Marsden. .... .........1 0 0
Mr. John Connell...... .... .......2 0 0
Mr. William Walker...... .......3 0 0
Mr. Thomas Walker..... .......2 0 0

Source:-
The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser
Saturday 21 November 1835
Page 1
Transcription, janilye 2014.

Historical notes: The site of St Peter's church was nominated in Governor Lachlan Macquarie's planned layout for Richmond. He intended to have the church, schoolhouse and burial ground on a very beautiful elevated block immediately above Pugh's Lagoon, a fine basin of fresh water. The burial ground, then 1 hectare, was surveyed by James Meehan and consecrated by the Rev Samuel Marsden and fenced by William Cox. The first burial was George Rouse and contains the headstones of many early Hawkesbury settlers The first school/church opened in 1810. It played an important part in the early life of Richmond. It was situated in Francis Street near the northern corner of the cemetery. The lower floor was the residence of the schoolmaster whilst the upper room was used for school and church purposes.

This building soon became too small to meet the ever increasing congregation and at a meeting chaired by the Reverend Samuel Marsden on 26 November 1835 the inhabitants of Richmond resolved to erect a church for the celebration of divine worship. A notice calling for tenders to erect the church appeared in The Australian on 18 October 1836. The committee formed to forward the project included Mr Cox, Sen,"Fairfield', Mr Cox, Jnr 'Hobartville', Mr Bell, 'Belmont', Mr George Bowman, Mr William Bowman. Mr. Faithful, Rev H.T.Styles, Mr Martin, Snr., Mr. G Palmer, Mr. Digit, Mr C Powell, Mr Parnell and Mr CP Wood. By 1833 the sum of 570 pounds had been subscribed and 200 pounds had been donated by the English Church Society. Tenders were called for the erection of the church in 'The Australian' on October 1836.

Built as a result of the establishment of the Church Act of 1840 St Peter's church was one of four churches consecrated in 1841. The church was built on a site overlooking Ham Common and the Hawkesbury River flats. It was agreed 162 hectares of the common would be given as Glebe land for the church. It was opened by Bishop Broughton on 15 July and designed by Francis Clark and built by James Atkinson who also built St Bartholomew's, Prospect and St Thomas, Mulgoa at the same time. It was designed in the Georgian style in contrast to most of the other churches, except St Batholomew's, which have Gothic style detailing. Clarke was responsible for a number of Sydney houses and the church of St Mary Magdalene at St Marys. A simple rectangular building with a square tower topped with a timber spire the original layout of the pews was to face inwards to the centre of the church. In 1850 a porch designed by E Blackett was added to the northern side and not long after, in 1857, a chancel was added. Once the chancel had been added the internal pew layout was altered to face the chancel. William Woolls, a prominent late nineteenth century writer on the botany and flora of Australia was incumbent at St Peter's from 1873 and from 1877 to 1883, Rural Dean of Richmond. . In the churchyard a small obelisk was built of bricks from the old school church building. THE CEMETERY is older than the church and contains the graves of many early pioneers including John Bowman, Thomas Matcham Pitt and Lt Thomas Hobby of the NSW Corps. Chief Officer at Hawkesbury in 1800 and a supporter of Maquarie. It was the second cemetery dedicated in the Hawkesbury district, around 1814, four years after St Matthews. THE RECTORY was designed by Francis Clarke and completed in 1847 and is said to have been a copy of an English rectory known to Bishop Broughton in the mid 19th century vogue for picturesque rectories. It was added to in 1863 by Edmund Blacket. Later alterations have changed its quality.
Reference: http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/heritageapp/ViewHeritageItemDetails.aspx?ID=3880010


Guang yi hua bao The Chinese Australian Herald

TROVE have digitised some copies of one of the chinese Language Australian newspapers The Chinese Australian Herald published in Sydney.
Issues from 1 September 1894 to 25 August 1923 are available for your research and interest.
For more information about Chinese language newspapers in Australia visit the Chinese Museum
The museum also contains some wonderful historic photographs like the one below of
Stanley Ah Mouy reading a book, c.1923, Ah Mouy Family Collection, Chinese Museum


Religious Smokers

At one period of its history smoking was so common that it
was actually practised in church.
Previous to the visit of James I. to the University of
Cambridge, in 1615, the Vice Chancellor issued a notice
to the students, which enjoined that "No graduate, scholer, or
student of this universitie presume to take tobacco in
Saint Maries Church, upon payne of finall expellinge the universitie."
The Rev. Dr. Parr, when perpetual curate of Hatton, Warwickshire,
which living he held from 1783 to 1790, regularly smoked in the
vestry while the congregation were singing long hymns, chosen for
the purpose, immediately before the sermon. The doctor was wont to
exclaim : " My people like long hymns, but I prefer a long pipe."
The Rev. Robert Hall, of Leicester, the well known Baptist minister,
regularly indulged in smoking during the intervals of Divine worship.
Sir Walter Scott, in his " Heart of Midlothian," refers to one
Duncan, of Knockdunder, an important personage, who smoked during the
whole of the sermon, from an iron pipe, tobacco borrowed from other
worshippers. We are told that, "at tbe end of the discourse he knocked
the ashes out of his pipe, replaced it in his sporran, returned the
tobacco pouch to its owner, and joined in the prayer with decency and
attention."
The Puritan Fathers, who settled in America, were greatly addicted
to smoking, indeed, the practice became so common that even these
strait-laced observers of time and seasons actually smoked in church.
The custom soon caused very considerable annoyance, as the religious
exercises were greatly disturbed by the clinking of steels and flints
and the clouds of the smoke in church.
Hence, in the year 1669, the colony passed this law :
"It is enacted that any person or persons that shall be
found smoking of tobacco on the Lord's Day, going to or
coming from the meetings, within two miles of the meeting
house, shall pay twelve pence for every such default."
Under this law several persons were actually fined, but
the punishment failed to secure the carrying out of the
arbitrary second portion of the enactment.
The custom of smoking during church service was not confined
to the laity and minor clergy, for it is recorded that an
Archbishop of York was once reproved by the Vicar of St.
Mary's, Nottingham, for attempting to smoke in the church vestry.
The Rev. John Disney, of Swinderly, in Lincolnshire, writing on the
13th of December, 1773, to James Grainger, says :
"The affair happened in St. Mary's Church,
Nottingham, when Archbishop Blackburn was
there on a visitation. The archbishop had ordered
some of the apparitors or other attendants to
bring him pipes and tobacco and some liquor
into the vestry for his refreshment after the
fatigue of confirmation. And this coming to
Mr. Disney's ears, he forbade their being
brought thither, and with a becoming spirit
remonstrated with the archbishop upon the
impropriety of his conduct, at the same time
telling his Grace that his vestry should not be
converted into a smoking-room

SOURCE
Dungog Chronicle
Friday 4 November 1898
Bowral Free Press
The Gundagai Independent


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 —- 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 —- 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 —- 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 —- 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 —- 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
BIRMINGHAM JOSEPH 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 336
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
BLACK DONALD 31 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
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
BLACK ISABELLA 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 152
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
BREEZE —- WIFE WITH 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
BREEZE HEPHZABER 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 150
BREEZE HEPHZABER 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
BREEZE HEPHZEBAH 33 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 331
BREEZE WILLIAM 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 150
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
BRENNAN THOMAS 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
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
BRIAN MARY 27 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 340
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
BROOKS THOMAS 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
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
BURKE MARY 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 158
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
BURKE WILLIAM 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
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
BUTLER JAMES 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
BUTLER JAMES 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 337
BUTLER JAMES 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
BUTLER JOHN 17 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
BUTLER JOHN 17 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 337
BUTLER JOHN 17 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
BUTLER JUDY 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 340
BUTLER JUDY 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 138
BUTLER JUDY 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 152
BUTLER JUDY 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 158
BUTLER MARGARET 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 158
BUTLER MARGARET 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 138
BUTLER MARGARET 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 152
BUTLER MARGARET 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 340
BUTTLER JAMES 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
BUTTLER JOHN 17 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
BUTTOLPH ANN 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 158
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
BUTTOLPH FRANCES 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 154
BUTTOLPH FRANCES 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 133
BUTTOLPH FRANCES 49 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 138
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
BUTTOLPH JULIA 9 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 133
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
BUTTOLPH ROBERT 16 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
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
BUTTOLPH SARAH 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
BUTTOLPH SARAH 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 331
BUTTOLPH SARAH 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 138
BUTTOLPH SARAH 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 158
CAHILL ELIZA 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 152
CAHILL ELIZA 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 158
CAHILL JOHN 17 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
CAHILL MARGARET 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 152
CAHILL MARGARET 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 158
CAHILL MARIANNA 27 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 158
CAHILL MICHAEL 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
CAHILL MIRIANNE F 27 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 152
CAHILLY ELIZA 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 138
CAHILLY ELIZA 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 340
CAHILLY JOHN 17 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
CAHILLY JOHN 17 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
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
CAHILLY MARIANNE 27 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 138
CAHILLY MARY A 27 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 340
CAHILLY MICHAEL 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 337
CAHILLY MICHAEL 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
CAHILLY MICHAEL 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
CALLAGHAN JOHANNA 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 138
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
CANNOOL BRIDGET 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
CANNOOL DARBY 4 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
CANNOOL DARBY 30 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
CANNOOL NANCY 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
CANNOOLL BRIDGET 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
CANNOOLL DERBY 4 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
CANNOOLL DERBY 30 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
CANNOOLL NANCY 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
CANTMILL ELIZABETH 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 340
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
CARROLL NANCY 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 331
CARROLL NANCY 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 150
CARTWELL ELIZA 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 152
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
CATON WILLIAM 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
CATON WILLIAM 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
CATON WILLIAM 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 337
CATON WILLIAM 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
CAVANAGH ELLEN 15 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 159
CAVANAGH ELLEN 15 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 138
CAVANAGH ELLEN 15 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 152
CAVANAGH SALLY 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 138
CAVANAGH SALLY 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 158
CAVANAGH SARAH 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 152
CAVENAGH ELLEN 17 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 340
CAVENAGH SALLY 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 340
CAWMEADOW NEIL 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
CHALLIS ELIZABETH 29 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 150
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
CHALLIS JOHN 9 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
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
CHALLIS JOHN SANDEY 9 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 150
CHALLIS JONAS 5 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 150
CHALLIS JONAS 5 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 331
CHALLIS JONAS 5 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
CHALLIS JONAS 5 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
CHALLIS RUTH 1 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 150
CHALLIS RUTH 1 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
CHALLIS RUTH 1 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 331
CHALLIS RUTH 1 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
CHALLIS SAUNDERS J 9 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 331
CHALLIS SAUNDEY JOHN 9 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
CHAPMAN JAMES 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
CHAPMAN JAMES 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
CHAPMAN JAMES 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
CHAPMAN JAMES 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 337
CHAPMAN LEWIS 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
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
CLARK PETER 29 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 155
CLARK PETER 29 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 134
CLARK WILLIAM 7 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 150
CLARK WILLIAM 29 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 150
CLARKE CHRISTINA 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
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
CODY EDWARD 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 337
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
COLE MARY 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
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
COLE SAMUEL 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 143
COLE SAMUEL 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 332
COLE SAMUEL 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 150
COLE SAMUEL 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
COMMEADOW NEIL 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 337
COOKE THOMAS 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 149
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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HANN JOSEPH 37 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 131
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HANN WILLIAM 14 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 135
HANN WILLIAM 14 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 333
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HARKIN MARY 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 152
HARKIN MARY 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 159
HARKIN MARY 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 139
HARKIN MICHAEL 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 150
HARKIN MICHAEL 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 338
HARKIN MICHAEL 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 156
HARKIN MICHAEL 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 135
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HARTIGAN MARGARET 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 159
HARTIGAN MARGARET 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 139
HARTIGAN MARGARET 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 340
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HARTIGAN MARY 48 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 340
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HAWSON GEORGE 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 156
HAWSON GEORGE 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 338
HAWSON GEORGE 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 135
HAWSON GEORGE 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 150
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HENNESEY BRIDGET 30 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 152
HENNESEY BRIDGET 30 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 139
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HENNESEY CATHERINE 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 139
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HERRICK BRIDGET 14 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 334
HERRICK BRIDGET 14 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 159
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HERRICK CATHERINE 12 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 334
HERRICK CATHERINE 12 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 133
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HERRICK MARY 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 334
HERRICK MARY 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 159
HERRICK MARY 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 139
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HERRICK PATRICK 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 133
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HERRICK PATRICK 39 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 146
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HOBAN MARGARET 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 139
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KEATING ELIZABETH 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 159
KEATING ELIZABETH 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 139
KEATING ELIZABETH 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 340
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KEATING JANE 30 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 131
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KEATING JOHN 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 146
KEATING JOHN 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 131
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LAWLER ANN 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 133
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MINER MARY 27 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 334
MINER MARY 27 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 131
MINER MARY 27 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 153
MINER MARY 27 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 146
MITCHELL ANN 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 153
MITCHELL ANN 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 139
MITCHELL ANN 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 341
MITCHELL ANN 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 160
MOLLOY CATHERINE 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 341
MOLLOY CATHERINE 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 153
MONTGOMERY JAMES 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 136
MONTGOMERY JAMES 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 150
MONTGOMERY JAMES 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 157
MONTGOMERY JAMES 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 338
MORONEY ELIZA 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 147
MORONEY ELLEN 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 334
MORONEY JAMES 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 147
MORONEY JOHN 30 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 334
MORONEY MARY 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 147
MORONEY THOMAS 2 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 147
MORONY ELIZA 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 152
MORONY ELIZA 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 132
MORONY JAMES 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 132
MORONY JAMES 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 152
MORONY MARY 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 152
MORONY MARY 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 132
MORONY THOMAS 2 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 152
MORONY THOMAS 2 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 132
MORRAN JAMES 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 136
MORRAN JAMES 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 150
MORRAN JAMES 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 157
MORRAT JAMES 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 338
MORTON WILLIAM 27 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 157
MORTON WILLIAM 27 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 338
MORTON WILLIAM 27 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 136
MURPHY ANN 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 139
MURPHY ANN 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 160
MURPHY ANN 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 341
MURPHY ANN 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 153
MURPHY BRIDGET 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 153
MURPHY BRIDGET 30 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 335
MURPHY BRIDGET 38 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 132
MURPHY BRIDGET 38 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 147
MURPHY WILLIAM 37 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 147
MURPHY WILLIAM 37 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 153
MURPHY WILLIAM 37 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 335
MURPHY WILLIAM 37 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 132
MYERS AGNES 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 335
MYERS AGNES 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 147
MYERS AGNES 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 132
MYERS EDWARD 34 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 132
MYERS EDWARD 34 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 147
MYERS EDWARD 34 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 335
MYRES AGNES 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 153
MYRES EDWARD 34 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 153
NEWELL CHARLES 24 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 335
NEWELL CHARLES 24 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 153
NEWELL CHARLES 24 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 132
NEWELL CHARLES 24 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 147
NEWELL ELIZABETH 3 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 147
NEWELL ELIZABETH 3 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 335
NEWELL ELIZABETH 3 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 153
NEWELL ELIZABETH 3 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 132
NEWELL JOSEPH 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 157
NEWELL JOSEPH 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 338
NEWELL JOSEPH 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 136
NEWELL JOSEPH 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 150
NEWELL MARY 24 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 335
NEWELL MARY 24 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 132
NEWELL MARY 24 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 147
NEWELL MARY 24 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 153
NUNN GEORGE 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 151
NUNN GEORGE 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 136
NUNN GEORGE 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 157
NUNN GEORGE 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 338
NUNN JAMES 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 157
NUNN JAMES 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 136
NUNN JAMES 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 151
NUNN JOSEPH 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 338
OGRADY ANN 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 139
OGRADY ANN 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 160
OGRADY ANN 20 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 153
OGRADY ANN 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 341
OLAUGHLIN JAMES 24 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 338
OLOUGHLIN HONORA 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 153
OLOUGHLIN HONORA 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 160
OLOUGHLIN HONORA 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 341
OLOUGHLIN HONORA 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 139
OLOUGHLIN JAMES 24 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 157
OLOUGHLIN JAMES 24 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 136
OLOUGHLIN JAMES 24 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 151
OLOUGHLIN MARY 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 341
OLOUGHLIN MARY 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 153
OLOUGHLIN MARY 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 160
OLOUGHLIN MARY 21 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 139
PAMMANT JOSEPH 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 151
PAMMENT JOSEPH 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 157
PAMMENT JOSEPH 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 136
PAMMENT JOSEPH 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 338
PARDON BRIDGET 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 341
PARDON BRIDGET 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 160
PARDON BRIDGET 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 147
PARDON BRIDGET 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 140
PARDON JOHN 16 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 147
PARDON JOHN 16 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 339
PARDON JOHN 16 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 136
PARDON JOHN 16 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 157
PARDON MARTIN 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 339
PARDON MARTIN 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 136
PARDON MARTIN 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 157
PARDON MARTIN 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 147
PARDON MARY 39 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 341
PARDON MARY 50 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 147
PARDON MARY 50 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 160
PARDON MARY 50 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 140
PARSONS WILLIAM 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 151
PARSONS WILLIAM 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 157
PARSONS WILLIAM 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 136
PARSONS WILLIAM 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 339
PONNETT —- 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 333
PRICE ALFRED 24 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 157
PRICE ALFRED 24 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 151
PRICE ALFRED 24 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 339
PRICE ALFRED 24 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 136
PRICE JOB 27 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 136
PRICE JOB 27 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 157
PRICE JOB 27 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 339
PRICE JOB 27 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 151
QUINN BRIDGET 35 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 341
QUINN BRIDGET 35 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 140
QUINN BRIDGET 35 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 160
QUINN BRIDGET 35 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 147
QUINN CATHERINE 15 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 341
QUINN CATHERINE 15 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 140
QUINN CATHERINE 15 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 147
QUINN CATHERINE 15 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 160
READ ANN 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 160
READ ANN 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 341
READ ANN 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 140
REID ANN 26 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 153
REID CHARLES 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 136
REID CHARLES 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 339
REID CHARLES 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 157
REID CHARLES 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 151
REITH MARGARET 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 336
REITH MICHAEL 3 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 336
REITH WILLIAM 1 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 336
REITH WILLIAM 34 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 336
RICHARDS EMMA 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 142
RICHARDS EMMA 31 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 160
RICHARDS EMMA 31 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 140
RICHARDS EMMA 31 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 153
RICHARDS EMMA 31 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 341
ROBERTS ROBERT 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 157
ROBERTS ROBERT 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 339
ROBERTS ROBERT 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 151
ROBERTS ROBERT 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 136
ROBERTSON MARY 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 341
ROBINSON MARY 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 153
ROBINSON MARY 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 140
ROBINSON MARY 22 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 160
RUTH MARGARET 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 153
RUTH MARGARET 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 132
RUTH MARGARET 28 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 147
RUTH MICHAEL 3 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 147
RUTH MICHAEL 3 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 132
RUTH MICHAEL 3 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 153
RUTH WILLIAM 1 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 132
RUTH WILLIAM 1 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 153
RUTH WILLIAM 1 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 147
RUTH WILLIAM 34 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 132
RUTH WILLIAM 34 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 147
RUTH WILLIAM 34 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 153
RYAN HONORA 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 336
RYAN HONORA 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 132
RYAN HONORA 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 148
RYAN HONORA 23 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 153
RYAN JOHN 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 132
RYAN JOHN 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 336
RYAN JOHN 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 148
RYAN JOHN 0 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 153
RYAN PATRICK 24 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 157
RYAN PATRICK 24 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 339
RYAN PATRICK 24 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 151
RYAN PATRICK 24 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 136
RYAN PATRICK 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5 153
RYAN PATRICK 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 148
RYAN PATRICK 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 336
RYAN PATRICK 25 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 132
SARRIDGE JOSEPH 18 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 4A 339
SAUNDEY JOHN 9 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 129
SCAFF JAMES 19 JUL 1851 JOHN KNOX 5A 151
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 —- INFANT WITH 0 AUG 1851 SEA 4A 348
POWER —- 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 —- INFANT WITH 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 201
BENSON —- INFANT WITH 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 201
BENSON —- 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 —- 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 —- 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 —- 0 NOV 1851 TASMANIA 5 197
WOMBWELL —- 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 -​ 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 ​ Paper"


Exam Results Uncertified Teachers Launceston Tasmania 1929

The following candidates were successful in passing the examination held
on May 28 and 29 1929 for women candidates for the position of uncertificated
teachers.
Muriel Adams
Jean Aitken
Millicent Anderson
Rita Arnold
Ethel Atkinson
Rita Batt
Constance Bauld
Jean Benson
Joan Brook
Lois Bryan
Lenna M. Chilcott
Jean M. Conroy
Hazel Cooper
Olive Eagling
Phyllis Goodman
Brenda Haney
Daphne Hays
Amy Ims
Rita Lowe
Pearl Ransley
Cora Healy
Mary Kelly
Florence Neville,
A. Josephine Singline
Mary Rogers
Winnie Smith
Violet Scott
May Webberley
Dulcie Walton
Henrietta Wallace
Florence Wellington

SOURCE:
Examiner (Launceston, Tasmania)
14 June 1929
page 13
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Inverell & district schools Qualifying Certificates 1919

INVERELL DISTRICT.New South Wales

Ashford School.
Robert Schmidt,
Thelma Donaldson,
Frederick Henderson.

Ashley Public
Arnold Hiscock.

Bingara Public
Reta Brown
Robert Brooks
Leslie Smart
Sidney Steel.

Bingara Upper Public.
Edith White,
Linda Macey

Boomi Public
Clarence McMaster,
Dorothy Butler,
John Newman.

Bonshaw Provisional.
Claude Bentley.

Brodies Plains Public
Lucy Marquart.

Bundarra Public
Allan Jones,
Kathleen Munro,
Joseph Baker,
Milton Chapman
Keith Carey,
Eric Doak,
John Grieve,
Jean Mulligan,
Allan Mallyon,
Clarence Smith.

Chellas Public
Constance Browning,
Bert Schuman,
Ernest Schuman,
Alfred Schuman.

Delungra Public.
Marjoric Arnold,
John Behl,
Charlotte Ewan,
Nicholas Lennon,
Ellis Wasson.

Elcombe Provisional.
Douglas Cook.

Elsmore Public
Robert Sinclair,
Charles Fuller.

Emmaville Public
Dorothy Schumacher,
Doris Barrett,
Jeffrey Bawlay,
Archibald Bailey,
Leslie Cussen,
Thomas Dwyer,
Myrtle Gay,
Leonard Hartnett,
Richard Lennon,
Vera O'Donnell,
Harold Sheridan,
Phyllis Smith,
Beatrice Schumacker.

Fernhill Public
Corinda Clarke,
Marion Abbott,
Frank Hunt,
Wm. Joseph Whitby.

Garah Public.
Dorothy Horder,
Stephen Ure.

Gilgai Public.
Lily Hines,
Athol Hunt.

Goonoowigal Public.
Clifford Ellicott,
Juanita Ellicott.

Gravesend Public
Roy Manuel,
Ethel Beard,
Eva Daly,
Frank Floyd.

Greylands Subsidised.
Stanley Batterham,
Georgina Codrington.
Haystack Subsidised. —
Gladys Jurd.

Horton Upper Public.
Frederick Carlos.

Howell Public
Amiel Sobb,
Edna Allwell,
August Berndt.

INVERELL DISTRICT SCHOOL.
Lance Armstrong,
Nina Blanch,
Mavis Campbell,
John Fuller,
Joseph Furniss,
Matthew Girle,
Margaret Halloran,
Vivienne Jones,
Harry Kee,
Malcolm Kilminster,
Stella McDonald,
Rita McLane,
Francis O'Lauchlin.

Keera Public.
James Sullivan,
Kelly Guss,
Una Hanscombe,
Samuel Robinson,
Vera Clay,
Marjorie Moore,
Thomas Smith.

Laura Provisional.
Elsie Ridgewell.

Little Plains Public.
William Killingbeck.

Maidenhead Public
Leslie Purvis,
Irving Thompson.

MOREE PUBLIC
John Hodge,
Leslie Meulman,
Charles H. Boughtou,
Moreton Benson,
Trevor Buxton,
Eileen Childs,
Eileen Conroy,
Norman Davis,
Clement Eather,
Walter Francis,
Neville Glennie,
Francis Girard
Wolsley Hyland,
Marjorie Hollis,
Zena Kimmorley,
Harold Lewis,
Agnes MacKenzie,
Jack McDonald,
Dorothy Nell,
Miriam Tomkinson,
Reginald Wright.

Mount Drummond Public
Enid Turner

Nullamanna Public
Eric Ireland,
Somerlad MacDonald,
Harold Smith.

Pallamallawa Publlc.
Hilston Oldham,
vera Maunder.

Ross Hill Public
Ernest Finlayson,
John Lydiard,
John Toohey,
Jessie Northcott,
Allene Fitzgerald,
Allan Reardon,
Jean MacDonald.

Sinclair Public
Ray Allan.

Stanborough Public
Reginald Gray,
Gladys Nielsen.

Stannifer Public
Ernest Costello,
Veronica McCann,
Harvey Osborne.

The Glen Public.
Laura Russell.

Tingha Public.
Royal Deasey,
Ronald Dunstan,
Ivy Greg,
Aubrey Osborne,
Maude Wilson,
Marjoric Eggins,
Geoffrey Hay,
Henry Jones,
Dorothy Piper,
John Price,
William Tetong.

Topwater Subsidised.
Thelma Daley.

Warialda Public.
Owen Ryan,
Joan Scutt,
Bertha Graham,
Lucy Marshall,
Charles McGee,
Grace McGregor,
Roger Stewart,
Aubrey Young.

INVERELL PUBLIC SCHOOL.
Ernest Armstrong,
Walter Baker,
Ivy Burtenshaw,
Frederick Delbridge,
Jessie Fraser,
Ellen Gilhome,
Olive Irwin,
Ida Jurd,
Elsie Trump,
Doris Williams,
Ronald Williams,
Alexander McRae,
H. Lawry.

St. Joseph's, Bundarra.
Eileen Smith.

Convent school, Emmaville.
James Callaghan,
Ellen Crowley,
Madge Collins,
Gregory Elsworthy,
Reginald Jennings.

Sacred Heart, Inverell.
Florence Carney,
Ada Curtis,
Peter Doyle,
Sybil Elbra,
Robert Esling,
Daisy Facer,
Marjorie Henderson,
Rebeccah Kersey,
Elsie Kelleher,
John Walshe,
Vera Judge.

St. Philomenas, Moree.
Mary McCarthy,
Heather Munro,
Doris Wilson,
Marion Webster.

Inverell Grammar.
Ethel Stucky,
Ida Wilson.

Downs Public
Dora Hurst.

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.


Some Ups and Downs of an old Richmondite (june 1910)

Mr Alfred Smith.
Chronicled by Robert Farlow.
[For the Gazette:]
"As we have spoken of Hobartville,
will pick up the track there and go along
the Yarramundi road, where I knew
several old hands of the good old type.
Where Mr Matthew Nowland is living
was, in my earliest days, occupied by the
Dight family. The old Mr Dight I don't
remember, but his wife was living there
with the family when I first recollect it.
I knew three of the boys before they were
married Sam, George and Arthur.
There were two more, John and Charles.
It was a flour mill worked by horses when
I was a lad, and I used to go there with
Mr James to get flour, and often saw the
mill at work. Mr and Mrs Douglas,
parents of George, James, Robert, &c,
lived there for a long time. When they
left they went to live where they resided
for so many years, and where George,
Robert and Mary died. Mr Bowman
Douglas still occupies the home where
they died. While the Douglas family
were living in Dight's old home Mr. Nowland
purchased the property, and after they left
went there to live and has been
there ever since. The place has been
known for many years as 'Mountain View.' The
hill hard by the front which leads to the lowlands
has been known as Dight's Hill many years, and the
lane along the lowlands in that spot known as Dight's lane.
While Mr and Mrs Douglas were living there I often put
sheep in the little orchard alongside, in which there
used to be good grass.
Not far from the front of 'Mountain View' is a piece
of land bounded on one side by the late Albert Cornwell's
old home, now occupied by Mr Nathan Mitchell, and on the
other by a piece of land belonging to Mr Nowland, and
the front faces the reserve.
There was a house there many years ago, and Daniel Eaton
lived in it for many years. He rented Bowman's farm down
under the hill, and was a big farmer. He also had a
station property on the Big river. Mentioning Mr Dan Eaton
and his station reminds'me of one trip I made from there.
I was on the station this trip for about a fortnight.
Most of the family were there, and as they were homely people,
it was a pleasant time. I remember Johnny, George, Tom, Billy,
and Mrs James William's were there.
Aiex. Gough, father of Johnny Gough, fattened the sheep I
brought down that trip. I went, to school with the Eaton boys;
also with Jane, the eldest girl. The old house above-mentioned
near Nowland's I don't remember anyone else living in after
old Mr. Dan Eaton, and it has gone the way of old places, many years.
Where the Douglas home is still to be found belonged to Mr William Small,
father of Ben, the wheelwright, and Bill, the blacksmith, who carried
on together a wheel wrighting business in Lennox-street, Richmond, for
a very fair lifetime; father also of Susan, who now lives in Richmond in
the skillion on the site of the old business. He sold the property to
one of the Bowmans, and it passed on to the Douglas family.
The piece between the last named and Albert Cornwell's old
home belonged to Thomas Small, who managed to stick to his
little lump of land. On this property his son, Ned,
lives, near the reserve. Ned married a Miss Baldwin, sister
to George, Dick, Janey and Betsy. Mrs Ned Small used
to be a great raiser of geese and when I would be crossing the
old common with stock you could see her feathered stock
about in all directions. Arthur, Charley and Ada still live
in the old home, handed down to them by their father and mother.
Where 'Cracker' Cornwell's (as he was nearly always known) old home
is I remember when there was no house on it. The original house
was built by Mr Isaac Cornwell, who purchased the property
from one of the Small family we have been speaking about.
Mr Isaac Cornwell had the house built and went there to live
after he left the shop in Richmond.
Albert Cornwell's old home has also been occupied by such men
as the late Mr Cleeve, at one time stock inspector, the
late Edward Robinson ; and the present squire of Hobartville
put in a few years there.
Farther along the Yarramundi road we have the home of the
Faithful family on our right, standing some considerable distance
back from the road. The old home seems to be tumbling to
pieces and looks much the worse for wear.
The first I knew living at 'Lakeville' were Mr Faithful and
his first wife. She died there. I remember Jane, a daughter
of the first wife, who married a Mr Wilshire. Mr George Faithful,
a son, was a tall, nice young fellow' and I knew him very well;
but another son, William, I didn't know much about, although I have
often seen him. I knew old Mr Faithful's second wife, who was
Miss Maria Bell, of 'Belmont.' She died at 'Lakeville' also, and
Mr Faithful ended his days here.
I remember a little accident Mr. Faithful had out on the former
common, close to the old top entrance gate of the Hobartville big paddock.
Mr James and I were coming home from the bush at Londonderry with a load
of wood and when we got about where I have stated he was out of his gig
and gigs were aristocratic turnouts, in those days. James made enquiries
and Mr Faithful told him he had lost one of the lynch pins out of
the axle and the wheel came off.' Mr Faithful wanted to go to Sydney
urgently couldn't catch three trains a day. from Richmond then and
was in a great way about the pin. Without a pin he couldn't go on, and
he couldn't find it. His servant, who we knew as 'Red Bill,' was
with him so he came in to our place and managed to get one to fit the axle.
This was really the first time I got
to know Mr Faithful. Miss Jane was a good living young woman, and one
Sunday going home there happened to be a row on at the old 'pub' at the
corner of Bosworth and March streets. There were no police watching
the pubs on Sundays in those times. On this occasion there
was an extra big row aboard. Miss Faithful came up at night
to make a complaint to George James, then a constable, about the noise
and row. Mr James went down and soon settled the disturbance.
Going along towards Yarramundi we have old 'Bronte' the home of the
Pitts. The old house still stands, but years ago a fine modern cottage
was built for Mr Edwin Pitt, and he removed into it. Since then the
old home has been occupied at different times by men who have worked on
the place. Old Mr George Pitt was the first I remember at 'Bronte.' I
knew him very well and a grand old man he was. He was my boss
for three years at the punt, and during that time I always found it
a pleasure to have anything to do with him. He once stood for Parliament
against the late Hon. William Walker, for Windsor and Richmond, and was
only beaten by some eight or ten votes.
But about 'Bronte.' Dan Carter could tell a lot more
than most of us, as he lived with old Mr. Pitt for a long while,
and Mr Pitt thought there was no one like Dan.
In the corner of Bronte estate at the junction of Crowley's lane
and the main Yarramundi road, there was a house which has only been
pulled down a few months, and the first person I remember living in it
was Bob Johnson, or, as he was generally called, 'Hominy Bob.' He was
a poultry dealer.
Then I knew and remember Ned Harper, who was a blacksmith living
in this house and had his shop there for many years. The late
John Madden had a wheelwright shop there, and lived in a
little three roomed place with a kitchen which stood between
Harpur's house and Pitt's gate, where the men's house stands.
He also lived in the house where Mr. Charles Davis lived, and
which is still occupied by Miss Eliza Davis and her brother Ted.
At the time John Madden lived in it, it was owned by John Markwell.
I will content myself with mentioning some of the-Old hands of Yarramundi
who come to my mind. Among them were my old friend John Crowiey ;
Mr Isaac Pearce, who lived for years in a house just inside the
road fence, and near the entrance gate ; Thomas Kirk, where
William Pearce lived ; Bill Paris, Andy Farrel, who married the widow
of Bill Paris; Greenhalgh, who kept a pub;
Krochnert and Low, who kept shop ;
Robert Aull kept the 'Governer Darling' hotel, and
John Wheeler's father kept the pub later on ; Dan Dickens, kept a pub
there and Tom Kirk also ; Johnny Tindale, William Heath, William Farlow,
who kept the 'Waggon and Four Horses' in the old two storey place ;
Tom Hornery and his wife. Poor old Tom was drowned in the lagoon, and
I have heard them say old Mr Pitt gave Ben Mortimer 5 for finding his body;
Gilbey the well sinker ; Cross lived near the lagoon in Crowley's paddock.
I remember there used to be great fights there. Some of
the battles fought there were between Ben Mortimer and Tom Saunders, a
Windsor chap ; and Joe Windred and Ben Mortimer.
I remember hearing Mr James talk about a fatal fight out there
somewhere about the waterhole just down from the Presbyterian church,
and I remember him telling me he arrested a man for it. But all these
old hands are gone the way of all flesh, and after all they
were friendly and good natured people. That was my experience, anyhow.
Yarramundi can claim to be the home of some people who have lived to
be great ages. Among them can be reckoned the Timmins family of the
older generations. I knew 'Granny'Timmins, as she was known in later years,
and her husband very well. I think she was over ioo years
old when she died. Mr and Mrs Timmins used to come round the back
bushtrack to Richmond no H.A. College, or thought of such in those days,
and cail at Mr James and take the old lady James into Windsor to attend
service in the Roman Catholic Church there on Sunday mornings. We had no
churches then so handy to up, yet the old hands thought nothing of going
miles to attend service. My wife has often walked to Penrith to attend
the Roman Catholic Church and thought nothing of it. But coming back to
this old couple Timmins. They had several children, some of whom lived
to be great ages.
I went to school with 'Betsy'Timmins, who married the late Mr. George Mortimer,
also with Agnes who became Mrs George Pearce. Betsy lived to be a very old
woman, and Agnes was an old woman when she died.
Then in my early days old Mr Markwell was living down on the flats on the
farm, which, I think was bought by Mr Klein, where he settled down
after leaving off school teaching, and now belongs to his daughter
Mrs Albert Smith.
I went to Mr Hogsflesh's school with Thomas Markwell, and
John, his brother. John was found dead in the bush near where
Sam Wood used to live at one time. He went out for a load of wood and had
it on, and made a pot of tea. He must have dropped dead,
or passed away very easily, for I believe he was found next morning resting
with his head on his arms near his billy. His horses were standing there with
the load on the dray, and must have had a rough time standing all that time.
Old Mr. Markwell had a man working for him I remember well. He used to bring
vegetables, mostly cabbage, turnips, and melons, to Richmond for sale. He had
an old white horse with one 'bumble' front foot and was much attached to the
old animal. The old man went by the name of Cheshire.
Then I knew old Mr William Stinson. He it was who married
the widow of Mr Wheeler, who kept a pub in Yarramundi.
I remember old Mr George Mortimer living out there. I remember George, Ben,
William, Alf, Tom and James of the boys. Among the girls I knew Annie,
who married John Lord, and another whose name I think was Sarah.
Then I can remember the founders of the Williams family out that way,
Mr Robert Williams and his wife lived where Wellington Freeman is
living. I remember old Mr Williams dying and being buried on a Sunday.
His widow married William Maloney.
Then I knew Mr Williams' son, Thomas, both before he was married and
after, when he lived in a weatherboard house which stood off the present
main road where Mr John Devlin is living.
I knew Thomas Howell who had the 'flour mills out there.
George Wood also had a house along the lane going down to the
present falls. His first wife was Miss Caroline Aston, and his second
Mary Collins. I went to school with Caroline Aston, and her sister,
the widow of the late John Wood, of the Grose, Annie Crowley,
sister of the late Mr John Crowley of 'Crowley Park,' was another schoolmate
of mine from out that way.
As 1 have I said, I went to school with John Markwell, and I remember
the sad accident which happened him many years before he died. I put
him over the river in the punt, one moonlight night about 9 o'clock
and when he got up on the bill after leaving the river he started
galloping the grey mare he was riding. When he got about in front of
where Mr Bowman Douglas lives there was a large stump along the track,
and he came to grief against the stump. The mare was killed, and he
was rendered unconscious, and was found very early next morning by
Joe Fletcher, who was going to work at Dight's. John was unconscious
for several days, and though he pulled through, it used to come against
him at times.
On the farm where Mr John Riley lives, I remember the old Mr.
Shields of all living. He would be grandfather of the present
Mr.George Shields, senr., of Bosworth-street Richmond. Old
Mr. Shields was a little man, but a worker.
On the adjoining farm I remember old Mr George Pearce living for
a great number of years. He had several sons and a daughter, Clarissa.
Among his sons with us to-day we have Sam, who has suffered two losses
with fire at the hands of some malicious persons; Edwin, who was for
many years working a part of 'Bronte' farm and now lives at
Agnes Banks, and William. The sister I belive still lives at the
old home on the farm.
One time I was talking to old Mr Pearce about the price of corn
and telling him I knew old Mick Gavin to bring Mr James 25 bushels from
Little Kurrajong, as it was then known, at 9d a bushel
He told me he knew it to be sold for 8d a bushel.
Mr George Pearce had a brother Charlie who lived down the lane
going to the river falls. He was a boot maker by trade, I
think. His wife was a great nurse. They reared a large family
of boys and girls. Some of the boys are still in the district.
George lives in Richmond. Edward in the old home, and works
for Mr P. Charley, of Belmont Park ; and Arthur also works for
Mr Charley, and looks after the Clarendon property
Among the daughters of Mr Charles Pearce we have with us
Mrs. John Riley, of Yarramundi, Mrs William Parker,
Agnes Banks, and Charlotte, who lives at North Richmond with
the Pitt's, of 'Sunnyside,' I think.
While speaking of Mr and Mrs Pearce living down the
lane near the falls, reminds me that behind Mr Howell's place
near the river old Jack Timmins lived a long time while he
was droving.
Old Mr. William Scott lived on the property where old
Mr.Michael Waters is living, only nearer the river.
Many a time I have been on the farm when Mr Scott lived there.
Mr James and I used to go down, generally on Saturday, and get
a bag or two of chaff for the horse, and some marsh mallows
and wild mustard out of the wheat for the cows. The wild
mustard was very plentiful in those times. I went to school
with two of Mr Scott's children John, who died in Kurrajong I
think, and Betsey, who married Jack Timmins. There were two other girls.
Fred Thomson had the next farm to Scott's before he took the
farm near Parnell's.
The adjoining farm to this I remember the late Peter Hough
occupying for some time.
Somewhere about there a man named 'Jacky' Green owned a farm and
lived on it for many years. I remember Fred Thomson had a farm near
Parnell's old place. Parnell's was a weatherboard piace and I have
heard them speak about him keeping a pub there. I knew the Parnell
family very well. There was Edward, who died only a short time ago,
William, Thomas, Charles, John and Matthew. The eldest
girl, Mary, married a Mr Joseph Cope, of Windsor, and I believe
the solicitor of the name in Sydney is a son of his;
Elizabeth' married a Mr Baker ; and Sarah, Mr. Theo Cooper. Agnes was
unmarried and there were two more younger ones I knew very well, but
I forget their names, as the time I speak of is so long ago.
Thomas Parnell, the father of the children mentioned, and wife, and
some of the family, after leaving this district, went to
live on the Hunter River, somewhere near Maitland, and Mrs Parnell
told me they gave 8,000 for the place. William married and stayed
at the Hawkesbury river, and it was for him I worked at the punt.
I shall never forget Mrs Parnell's kindness to me while at the river.
Mr. Parnell always made it a practice to give me a pound every Christmas,
as he used to say, "for your kindness to the daughters by obliging
them with the boat at different times." In the old place on the
opposite side, of the road to Parnell's and it is a ruin now I knew
a boy and girl by the name of Sam and Mary Glasseye when they lived there
and came to Hogsflesh's school. I have heard their father kept a pub there,
but have no recollection of it.
After them came two brothers, William and Edward Jeffrey.
William was married, but Edward wasn't. I remember them keeping a pub,
and it was these men Mr. Ben Richards bought out when he left the
house in March street, Richmond, where Mr. C. S. Guest has his saleyards
now. Mr Richards kept a pub there for some time, and lived in
this place for about 18 years. It was while he was living here he started
butchering at Blackwattle Swamp,Sydney.
Not far away from here, on the corner of Dight's lane and the lane which
runs along the farms to the river end of Crowley's lane, there was a slab
house of four rooms and a verandah. The first I remember living there was
John Edwards. Jerry Hansell lived in it for a long time, but this old house,
too, has been a thing of the past many years.
While Jerry Hansell was living there I put a man named Samuel Wickham
over the river in the punt one morning with his two horses and a load
of corn and potatoes. When he got about opposite Jerry's house there
was a big mud hole, and while trying to steer the horses to miss it they
slewed and jammed him between the dray and the fence and killed him on
the spot. He married a widow, Elliot, grandmother to our present Jack,
and had his stepson, Simon, with him at the time.
And before I leave what we might call the Yarramundi block I must mention
that Andy Farrell lived on the farm adjoining
Mr Markwell's, and the late Abe Eather married his only daughter,
Ellen, while he was living there. Going down the river from where
Mr B. Richards kept the pub,
I'll say a little about some old hands I knew, and as near in the
order they came as my memory has them, which I think will not be far out.
The farm next to the old pub at Richmond bridge was owned by one of the
Rouses. I remember old Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey living on it for a long time.
I remember the three sons, James, Joseph, and George ; also two girls.
Liza married Henry Mills, and Betsy was single at this time and often
stayed with the Mills when they lived in Lennox street, Richmond, where
Harry Fong lives. This old place plays a big part in the early history
of Richmond. I believe Betsy Dempsey married after the family
left here. Mr. and Mrs. Rigney lived on the farm for a long time.
Mrs. Seymour bought this farm afterwards for 1350.
Mr. Guest, Charley's father, was the auctioneer and put it up for
sale at old Mr. John Town's while he was keeping pub over the river.
Mr Richard Watts (father of George, James and Henry
Watts, three well-known farmers and horsebreeders over North Richmond way
for many years) was empowered by Mrs. Seymour to bid for the property on
her behalf, and he managed to secure it for her. George Watts has passed
away. He was a wonderful man. Although he had lost his sight completely
he was a splendid judge of a horse, and a hard man to deceive in this respect.
His brother, Henry has also passed away. He, too,
was a good judge of horses, and can be reckoned among the Hawkesburyites
who have helped to make the district notable for good horses. Harry was
living at the time of his death at Yarramundi, but died, I believe, in one
of the hospitals in Sydney after an operation. James, the other brother, is,
I think, still alive.
The next farm belonged to Mrs Seymour, and Mr Richard Watts mentioned
lived there many years, and both he and his wife died there. Thus it
will be easily under stood how it was Mr Watts was empowered by Mrs Seymour
to purchase the adjoining place for her.
The next farm belonged to Mr Sam Thorley. Old Mr Thorley died there, and
his widow lived there for some time after. While Mr Thorley had it
Mr Edward Allen and his wife (parents of the late Charles Allen,
of North Richmond) lived near Thorley's house on a little piece of the
farm for a long time, and died there. Then I remember a man who had only
the use of one arm living on a part of Thorley's farm. This old man was a great
gardener, and grew a lot of peas. He used to bring them up to Richmond on
his shoulders in bags and sell them about the town. Then William Thorley's farm
came next, and on it he lived a long time.
Afterwards Mr Ben Richards got it from Thorley. William Thorley had one son,
a saddler, and the last time I saw him was at Narrabri, where he was in
business.
On what was William Thorley's farm I remember Mr Mills (father of old
Mrs Thomas Collison, who has not long left Windsor) keeping a school in a
weatherboard place. Afterwards Mr. Mills kept a school at Grose Vale somewhere
about the present post office.
Then we have the farm on which Mr Edward Inall (the present Albert's grandfather)
lived for many years, and I think he died there. At the time of his death he was
what can truly be called a very old man. Mrs Edward Inall, who was a sister, I
have heard, to William Scott, died down there. Some of Mr Inall's children
I remember, John, and another's name I am not certain of just now. There were
some daughters, but I knew very little about them.
Somewhere here Mr. William Ives lived. I think it was between Stevenson's farm
and the one owned by Edward Lewis. I remember some of the family. The
present Mrs. John Pearce, of Agnes Banks and she must be getting on in years now
was one of the girls. Then we have the farm on which Mr Edward Lewis lived for very
many years, and died there. I knew some of his family very well. The two
boys, Jack and Ned, I went to school with, and the daughters I can reckon
among my schoolmates were Mary Ann, the present Mrs William Tomkinson, of
Richmond, and another one who married Mr Henry Whitney. There were others
in the family. We come along to the old farm owned by Mr Thomas Griffiths,
father of the present Tom, senr., of Richmond, and our Tom is getting on
in years now. The old Mr Griffiths was the first I remember living there,
and was a big farmer. He kept a pub, 'The Richmond Inn' in York-street, Sydney,
at one time, and the wife and myself, have stayed there while he was keeping it.
Among his family I knew our present
Tom, Bob, of Penrith, Jack, who was a saddler, Jim, the great old-time foot
runner, and Bill, who was a great man among music. Mrs John Gough. who
was so well-known and popular in Windsor, was one of the daughters.
The old Mr Griffiths was a great horseman and could ride a buckjumper in
good style; also a good all round sport. He had two brothers who used to
stay with him down there, but went up country Richard and Jonathan.
The next farm was owned by the late Mr Edward Powell. I knew
him and his wife, and many bags of corn husks for the milking cows we brought
from there. Among Mr Powell's family were Edward, Richard, George, Sydney,
and Henry. Emma was the only girl I remember, and she married old Mr Joseph
Onus. I went to school with Richard, George, Sydney and Henry.
Then some where handy old Mr Joseph Stubbs, a great farmer, lived for many
years, and died there. The first wife died there.
Mr Stubbs married a second time - Paddy Kenny married his widow. Paddy died
there.
Then on the farm which belonged to Mr Ben Richards, and now occupied
by the H. A College, old ' Granny 'Hough lived for many years. It was she
who laid Mr Richards on to buy it and he secured it at 1200. He often told me
that was the price he gave for it. And speaking of 'Granny' Hough reminds
me I was speaking to the present Joseph Onus, of Richmond, a little while ago,
and Margaret Catchpole's name cropped up.
Mr Onus' mother was Annie Hough, and a sister to the late Peter, John and George,
sons of 'Granny' Hough. He says he has heard 'Granny' speak of Margaret,
and that she was buried in that portion of the cemetery running parallel with the
present Sunday School ground.
Then old Mr James Huxley, who put in so many years on the Grose farm,
rented it from Mr Richards for many years. Afterwards Pat Casey lived
there a long, while, also Mr Hill, father of Jack, formerly of
Richmond, and our present Herb Hill.
Then we have the farm which was occupied by old Mr John Hough for a fair
lifetime, so to speak. He reared a large family there, and both he and his
wife died there he dying first.
Then there was a farm where Mr George Hough lived for so many years. The
first man I remember living on this farm was George Wilson, who, as I have
stated, lived at one time where Tom Miles lives in Lennox street. Richmond,
and had some fine stallions. While down there he was farming.
I went to school with Wilson's two sons George and William, and his
his daughter, Betsy. They used to come in a spring cart to school. Between
where George Wilson lived and the next place old Mr Pearson, father of Albert,
the elder, of Richmond Bottoms, lived for a good while. This farm then belonged
to Mr Thomas Tebbutt. I remember the two sons, Albert and Charley, pretty well,
also two girls who became Mrs M. Phillips, junr., and the late Mrs John Gosper,
of Windsor. I knew old Mr Pearson fairly well. He bought both bundle and
sheet stringy bark from me when I was at the punt. On another occasion while
I was at the punt he bought a hundred slabs from me. He told me one day it
was a wonder I didn't trade in this sort of things, and I told him I hadn't been asked
for any such, so he told me he wanted a hundred and they must be good and not
above the price he stated. I got the slabs and made twopence each on the deal,
which paid me well, as I had no trouble with them in the handling. Then came
Mr William Smith, who was a big farmer and lived there for many years.
I remember three of the boys James, William and Joseph, when they were young.
He also had some daughters. Later on in life I got to know them, among them
being the present Mrs Duncombe, of Richmond, the late Mrs Alf. Bailey,
Mrs. John Bailey, of Richmond Bottoms, and the late Mrs Charles Westall.
Mrs. Smith was a sister to the Mrs Bailey who died at Clarendon some time ago at
an advanced age, and also a sister to Mrs Single, mother of the late Joseph Single,
who was a prominent man in the Hawkesbury Race Club and Agricultural Association
for so many years.
The next farm to Mr William Smith's belonged to Mr. Thomas Bailey, who was also
a big farmer in those days. I knew his boys, John, William and Alfred. I have often
bought oaten hay and oats off Mr Bailey for the racehorses while I kept the pub on
the road at Clarendon.
Then adjoining each other were the three brothers, George, William and Thomas Eather,
who suffered so disastrously in the big flood of June, '67. Old Mr John Single of all
owned a farm near the Eather brothers on which Mr Charles Eather, father of the boys
mentioned, lived for many years in a big brick house. I knew Mr. John Hand,
who lived on a farm adjoining Charley Eather's. He was a farmer and had a run,
I am told, out in Long Wheeney.
Further along there were James Upton and "Grandfather" Hoskisson, who lived
there and owned farms George Freeman, though living in Windsor, worked a farm
down there.
We will take an imaginary walk back to the old crossing at the punt.
David Brown lived somewhere near the farm occupied by Charley Eather.
One time I met Mr Brown, who happened to see a good chance of making
a little money, but he hadn't any cash on him at the time. He asked
me to lend him some and I gave him what he wanted, and in
'no time' he returned me my money and some for interest.
Back at the punt again we will record a few little incidents I have
thought of since I started. There had been a fair flood and is was
the first day the punt got to work. Charley Eather was keeping
the pub at the time, and a flock of cattle came down. They were put into
the river to swim over, except one which they couldn't get into the water,
as he was very contrary. After a deal of galloping about they got him in
and be began to ring about and wouldn't steer for the other side.
The owner called out for me to bring the boat down and steer him over.
I had a lively half hour of it and nearly got capsized more than once.
The owner of the cattle and five or six others went up to
the pub to have drinks, and when they came back I was back at the
North Richmond side. They got into the punt to go over. When we
were nearly over, the man who owned the cattle put two coins into my hand
and closed it on them so as the others would not see what they were. I
didn't look at what they were just at the time as I was busy with the punt.
When they were all off the punt except a man namsd Davis, he said to
me 'Half a sovereign, Alf, I suppose.' I opened my hand and
showed him what the coins were six pence for the owner and his horse
coming over in the punt, and sixpence for my half hour's hard work
after his bullock in the river ! I took good care to let that
man do the best he could with his bullocks in the river after that.
Then I put Mr. James Martin he wasn't Sir James then
and "Grandfather" Hoskisson over two days when they were electioneering
the other side of the river the first time James Martin was
elected to Parliament. Mr Hoskisson took great interest in that contest,
and worked hard to get Mr Martin in.
Another day I had a lady overboard. I was putting her over on horseback
in the punt, and when about half way over and there was 18 or 20 feet of
water at the spot the horse began to plunge and wanted to make back to the
other side, with the result he got overboard, lady and all. The horse struck
out for the shore, and the woman stuck to him and managed to get out safely.
A young man once brought some horses to the punt one wet day and was putting
them in to swim them over to take them to Kurrajong. When the horse he was
riding got into the water he began to play up and unseated his rider. I happened
to be handy with the boat and pulled over to him quickly and he grabbed the
side and nearly swamped the boat. He begged me to lift him in, but as he had a
big overcoat on, and was a big chap, I hadn't a hope of getting him into the
boat. However, he clung to the side till I got over. He often remarked that
only for me he would have been drowned.
Thomas Carnell also nearly met his death in the river, while I was there. He had
been over to the races at the old course, near Charley Eather's pub, and I was
putting him across in the punt. When we got the best part of the way over he
wanted me to pull faster and I told him I couldn't. He was a little annoyed about
it, and said he wouldn't wait. He put his spurs into the horse and made him
jump off the flaps of the punt, and in he and horse went, and under they went.
When he came up the horse was plunging about and soon unseated him. I had the boat
alongside and went to his assistance. I wasn't strong enough to lift him into the
boat, so he clung to the side of it till I got ashore with him.
I had another experience, and a case of nearly drowning
-- a woman this time. An old lady had been to Richmond with her basket
of eggs 2/- a dozen then and I was putting her
back over the river in the boat. I cautioned her not to stand up as she
might overbalance, but she wouldn't take the advice and into the water she went.
I couldn't get her into the boat, so I had to hold her with one hand to help her
keep a good hold of the side of the boat, and work the oar with the other till I got
her over safely.
Mrs John Town was living in the cottage where Mr John Pitt
lives, and as the old lady I had saved knew Mrs Town very well,
she went up to her and got a change of clothes.
Mr Lockrey was a farmer up Kurrajong and was going into Windsor for loading for
Mr John Lamrock, senr., with his four bullocks and dray. When he got to the
river, and I was going to put him over in the punt, I could see the bullocks were
thirsty and I advised him to water them before he got on to the punt,' as there was
a good watering place there. He said he would water them when he got over to the
other side. When we got, over I wanted him to take them out for safety, but be
reckoned he could manage them alright and wouldn't take them out. When he
put them in they were very thirsty and began swimming about and tried to make
back to the other side. He soon found out he couldn't manage them, and saw
they stood a good chance of being drowned. I saw there was trouble and
got the boat and went to their assistance. I tried my best to get the pin out of the
pole. After a deal of trouble I got it out and managed to save one beast. The
poor old man was in a great way about losing three of his bullock, and reckoned
he was ruined. Another old friend of mine was going to Kurrajong and as I
was putting him over in the punt, and the river was rising very fast, I asked him to
be sure and get back very soon as we expected to be compelled to take the punt
off before very long. He was fond of a little drop and stayed away longer than
he should have. When he came back we had taken the punt off about an hour,
and had no chance of getting it on again. He wanted me to put the
punt on and put him over, but I told him it was impossible,
and offered to put him over in the boat. He said he wouldn't wait for the boat, and
would swim his horse over. I saw how he was and begged him not to attempt
such a thing. He put his horse into the water in spite of my pleadings.
The piebald horse he was riding was a great swimmer and struck out for the
other side. I expected something would happen to him going over, so I followed him
up in the boat. When he got about half way the horse began plunging and put
him off. He was no sooner off the horse in the water than he grabbed the horse's
tail and hung on for all he was worth. I wanted him to come to the boat but he
wouldn't, preferring to stick to the horse's tail, and the animal took him safely over
and landed him about where the cattle used to land. He got a change of clothes
at a friend's place up on the bank and a drop of something to warm him inside.
Another day I put Thomas Onus over in the punt about two o'clock as he was
going up to Freeman's, on the Comleroy Road, to, have a look at a lot of cattle
which had to be there that day. When I was putting him over the river was rising
and I wanted him to get back as soon as possible. After he left the river began to
rise very rapidly and we had to take the punt off. When he came back, well after
dark, and found the punt off he came and told me he had to get to Sydney next
morning the train was only running to Blacktown then and begged me to put
him over in the boat. It was very dark and the timber was coming down and I
didn't care about facing it. I explained to him the danger I was running, and that
I couldn't swim. He then asked whether, if he got Jim Merrick to come with me
with a lantern and keep the timber off the boat, I would put him over. He told
me he would give me a pound and Merrick ten shillings. After some persuasion
I agreed, but told him I was frightened of the job and that it was not
for the sake of the money I was doing it. Merrick came up and we chanced it, and
on our way over he pushed five or six lots of timber off the boat with a pole about
six feet long. When we got over I wanted to go up and stay at Parnell's, but
Merrick wasn't a bit afraid and persuaded me to come on back. On the way back
he pushed off several lots of timber.
That pitch dark night and dangerous trip I have never forgotten.
Dr. White, of Windsor, used to ride a fine black horse
and when he went to Kurrajong I always put him over in the punt. No matter
what late hour, or how cold the winter night might be when he was returning
and I had to put him over, he would never have the punt. I always had to use
the boat for him and swim his horse behind. When we got over I always had
an iron hoop scraper which I kept for the purpose, and gave his horse a good scrape
down and rub over. The old doctor used to say it was as good as a feed of corn to
the horse. Dr. White married a Kurrajong girl by the name of Miss Townsend, who
lived about opposite the old Church of England at the foot of the Big Hill.
I have heard it said he was a very clever doctor.
He always treated me well for the trouble I took with him
and his horse.
I had a mishap there one day. I was bringing a lot of sheep over for
Mr. Ben Richards. Old Mr Joseph Onus got his horse on to the flap of the punt just as we
were going to start and he didn't think it was safe and jumped off again. When
we got about half way over I had Harry Gibbs helping me that day the sheep
got fidgeting about and on top of one another in one corner, which knocked our
punt out of balance. The water began to flow in rapidly, and down it went in quick
sticks. When we saw she was sinking we got the sheep out. and were lucky
enough to lose none. We got Bill Carverdown he was a good hand at the work
to help us get the punt up, and it took us nearly two days to get it right. As a
rule we bad tbe boat with us, but this day we didn't, and it taught us never to
be without it in the future. As the river was up it meant a great inconvenience to
the people as they couldn't get over the Yarramundi falls. There were two lots of
sheep to come over and they meant easy earned money for us. I had got paid
beforehand for them and we got the first lot over and when the sheep on the other
side saw them feeding along the banks in they rushed and swam over. In one lot
one sheep was drowned, and in the other lot none were lost. I shall never forget
one little incident that happened while I was down there. Mrs Parker, who lived
in the house on the hill where Johnson Pay and William Fuller lived, used to
come over and work for Mrs Parnell. She was over there one Christmas eve, and
when she was going home they gave her a sucking pig for her Christmas dinner.
She put it in a bag and I put her over in the boat, and home she went delighted
to think they would have such a fine Christmas dinner ; but that night the pig
got out. Next morning Mr Parker was hunting all round among the neighbours
to see if they had seen the pig, but could not find any trace of it. A little
later he was telling me about their misfortune. I happened to be talking to
Mr Parnell and told him about Parker's pig being lost
when he 'told me the pig was up with its mother. I saw Parker and told him what
Parnell had said, but he could hardly believe the pig would swim the river, and
thought I was having a lark with him. He made up his mind to go and have a
look for himself, and when he got up it was there right enough. He bagged it
again and had the pleasure of tasting it for Christmas dinner after all.
Jack Turner was coming over from the other side and we had a stage outside of the
punt on the side the rope worked, and Jack set to work to help me over to make
it easier for me. It was a bit windy and made the punt lurch about a little and
the rope happened to come off the roller, and into the water Jack
went backwards and got a fine ducking. He was a jolly natured
fellow and took it in good part I shall always think of poor old Dr.
Wittaker as he was coming back from Kurrajong and over in the punt.
William Parnell and I were out on the stage pulling. It was windy and the rope came
off the roller on the end Parnell was working and in he went. We were about 40
yards from the shore when it happened and Parnell had to swim. As soon as he
went in I saw he made for the flap of the punt and got underneath it, and began
singing out he was drowning and for the doctor to catch hold of his hand. The old
doctor was in a great state of mind about William, as he used to call him, and
wanted me to catch hold of his hand. I told him William wanted his hand, not
mine, but the old doctor wouldn't catch hold of it. I didn't bother, as
I knew well enough Parnell was a good swimmer and that he could get out safely.
Mr. Parnell told me after he was on for a lark with the old doctor, and what
he wanted was to get hold of his hand so that he could pull him in and give him a ducking.

SOURCE:
Windsor and Richmond Gazette
Saturday 4 June 1910
Saturday 11 June 1910
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