Immigration to South Australia - Shipping Lists 1836 to 1890

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-  Passenger Lists 1837  -

Ship Coromandel -

156 passengers from Deal, Kent 12/1/1837

Chesser, Captain William (//-14/2/1840) - Died Pt Phillip Bay, aboard his vessel the Mary Ridgway. Returned to Britain and sailed again for SA, as master of the emigrant barque Mary Ridgway, which then became a coasting vessel. Chesser St, Adelaide, named after him; Coromandel Place after his ship.

Launceston Advertiser 5/1/1837  -  The SA Commissioners gave a dinner on Saturday at Blackwall, on board the Coromandel, to about 150 young married persons, and 36 children, on the point of sailing for the new colony. The Coromandel is the 10th shipthat has gone oug under the same auspices, and it is believed that before the close of the present year, more than 1,000 emigrants will be actively employed in founding the city of Adelaide. The emigrants going out in the Coromandel are all under 26 years of age. They are principally labourers, but there are some mechanics and a few Lincolnshire shepherds.

The ship itself is nearly new, and extremely commodious, being nearly 9’ high between the main and upper deck. The whole of this space is devoted to the emigrants, each married couple having a distict enclosed cabin to themselves - a plan never before attempted on a similar occasion, and productive of the greatest satisfaction. The neat and compact manner in which these cabins are fitted up excited general approbation, especially among the female visitors, who exhibited no small curiosity in their inspection. A diet table, upon a liberal scale, was presented to each passenger; so that they know precisely the allowance to which they are entitled, and have a right to demand in strict observance. The women receive the same rations as the men, and the children a proportionate allowance. Many of the emigrants appeared to be of a superior grade, some possessing small capitals; and all, before their applications to embark were granted, produced unquestionable testimonials of good character. They seem to have come from different parts of the country, and many were very young. One couple attracted more than ordinary notice from the singularity of their connexion. It seems that both applied at the Office of the Commissioners on the Adelphi Tce, at the same time, to join the adventurers. They were unknown up to that moment; they were told their being single was an insuperable bar to their wish being complied with; but that, if they choose, they had the immediate qualification. The hint was taken; they looked and liked, and in 24 hours were no more twain; and, as a married couple, were received on board. They were both well-looking, and above the common order, and were evidently in no respect discontented with their lot. The only officer of the colony on board was the Attorney-General and Mr Cotter, surgeon, who acted as general superintendent. A gentleman named Stephens, on board (employed by the SA Company, who have embarked a large capital in the colony) carries with him the whole material for a banking house to be established uner the auspices of the Company. The house itself is included in his luggage, having been built here of wood, and so framed as to be put together the moment it is landed. He also carries out engraved banknotes, similar to our Bank of England notes from £1 to £10 (This is to be a savings bank for the working people, as well as a bank of deposit and issue for the richer settlers)

The dinner tables were laid on a hulk alongside of which the Coromandel was moored. The emigrants and their children took their seats at four o’clock. Most of them were in buoyant spirits, though some evidently felt deeply at their approaching separation from friends and country. The dinner consisted of good old English roast beef and plum pudding. A large party of ladies and gentlemen came on board by invitation to witness the interesting scene. Among them were Colonel Torrens (Chairman of the Commissioners) … Spectator 3/9/1836.

The Coromandel reached Kangaroo Island on Christmas Day 1836, but waited for the Buffalo to pass before coming into harbour.

Southern Australian 21/7/1838 p32a. Captain’s testimonial.

!BARNES, William Austin (//c1814-23/5/1890) Born Isle of Wight England. Died Hindmarsh SA. Carpenter from 26 Stevenson?? St, Somers Town, England. Carpenter, builder, wine merchant; Adelaide, Willunga. CE, RC. Biog Observer 19/11/1921 p545a. Obit Observer 31/5/1890 p1045c. m 1/3/1835 St Pancras, London, Middlesex, England.

!BARNES, Mrs WA nee Catherine BRENNAN (//c1816-13/8/1885) Died Bowden-on-the-Hill SA. .

!BARNES, Lucy CA (//-30/9/1890) Died Clifton Hill, Melbourne Vic. DN Chronicle 29/11/1890 p508b. m 13/4/1856 St Patrick Adelaide, Franz H SCHMIDT. .

!BLACK, James (c1817-21/10/1870) Labourer from 24 Greville St, Hatton Gardens, Middlesex. Carpenter; Adelaide then Farmer; Gilles Plains. Anglican.

!BLACK, Mrs James nee Caroline WHISTLE (c1818-28/8/1907) Died Croydon SA. 20 m (2) 12/12/1877 HD Smith residence Brompton, Samuel KIDNER (//c1809-11/8/1883) Died Hindmarsh SA.

!BLACK, Thomas (c1814-25/5/1883) Died Goodwood SA. Carpenter, builder, mason; Adelaide (Leigh St), Walkerville, Gilles Plains, Enfield, North Adelaide. Presbyterian. Attended Old Colonists Banquet 1871. m 15/2/1845 Clanfergal Sturt, Hephzibah nee Whistle.

!BLACK, William Edwin (c1816-24/2/1884) Died Adelaide SA, at home Surflen St. Labourer from 24 Greville St, Hatton Gardens, Middlesex, England. Tailor, publican, builder; Adelaide, North Adelaide, Dry Creek. He organised a series of balls in his Currie St assembly rooms, during late 1838. There must have been two people called Black operating hotels in Adelaide in 1838. WE Black became a bankrupt in Nov 1838. Anglican, Presbyterian. Attended Old Colonists Banquet 1871. m (2) 11/11/1844 Caroline nee Warren.

!BLACK, Mrs WE nee Mary Ann BIRD (//c1810-8/8/1844) Died Cowandillah SA. She gave birth to a son 22/2/1837, whom some claim was the 1st SA male of European descent to be born. ‘A black fellow, but not an Aborigine’. Courier 7/3/1884.

!black, Mary Ann (//1832-//1913) m 6/1/1863 bride’s father’s residence Adelaide, Thomas Bonham (//-//) Father; Ephramiah

!BOOTS, John (c1811-//) Ag labourer from 16 John St, Hastings, Sussex. Not yet identified. Perhaps Cooper; Adelaide (Waymouth St) by Jan 1847.

!BOOTS, Mrs John (c1813-//) Not yet identified.

!BOTTING, Robert (c1817-//) Carpenter & joiner from 4 Mill Hill Place, Welbeck St, London, Middlesex. Not yet identified.

BREACH, Sarah (//c1813-//) m 18/9/1836 aboard the ship Coromandel, fellow passenger William WISEMAN.

!BROWN, William Voules Senr (26/9/1809-29/1/1893) Born Southwark, Surrey, England. Died Brighton SA. Labourer from 12 Drapers Place, St Pancras, Middlesex. Storekeeper, farmer, carpenter, publican; Adelaide (Carrington St), then Storekeeper; Old Pt Adelaide, then Dairyman; Alberton, then Farmer; Clarendon, then Publican; Brighton (Old Thatched House). Bought TA 937 Childers St North Adelaide, as a land grant, in partnership with fellow passenger William Pearce.

!BROWN, Mrs WV nee Harriet Perkins (12/8/1812-6/7/1897) Born Ascott under Wychwood, Co Oxford, England. Died Brighton SA, at her residence 1 Voules Tce, ‘while quietly sitting in her chair’ . Obit Observer 10/7/1897 p76c.

!BROWN, William Voules Junr (c1835-//c1837)

BRYANT, Jane Ann (//-//) m 18/9/1836 aboard the ship Coromandel, fellow passenger John STEER.

!BURGESS, Edward (//c1813-//) Ag labourer from St Leonard’s Hastings, Sussex, England. Farmer at Clarendon?

!BURGESS, Mrs Edward (//c1816-//) Not yet identified.

CATHERY, Anne (//-//) Witness to two marriages on 18/9/1836, which Surgeon-Superintendent TY COTTER conducted on board the ship.

!CHAMBERS, James Jemmy (?-7/8/1862) Born Enfield, Middlesex, England. Died North Adelaide SA. Ag labourer from Long Sutton, Lincs, England. Blacksmith, carrier, sheepfarmer; Adelaide, North Adelaide. Anglican. Returned to Britain and re-em 1856 Albuera.

!CHAMBERS, Mrs James nee Catherine Redin (17/5/1809-20/6/1874) Born Newton, Lincs, England. Died SA.

!CLAY, John Foster (c1811-11/4/1858) Born South Shields, Co Durham, England. Died Burnt Creek, Maryborough Vic, as a result of his general store’s burning down. ‘His property to a large amount was all destroyed, and he himself perished in the flames.’ Carpenter from Regent’s Park, Middlesex, England. Painter, general storekeeper, 6 North Tce, Adelaide, in mid-1838. Anglican.

!CLAY, Mrs John nee Mary ? (//c1809-//) Not yet identified.

!CLAY, Samuel (c1833-//1838)

!CLAY, son (c1835-//) Not yet identified.

*COTTER, Thomas Young Surgeon-Superintendent (c1805-9/1/1882) Born Bantry, Co Cork, Ireland. Died Pt Augusta SA. 1st Colonial Surgeon, Editor; Adelaide, Mt Barker, Queenstown, Pt Augusta. Anglican. ‘He was a somewhat prolific and versatile writer, and highly respected.’

*COTTER, Mrs TY nee Jane Nicholson (//-5/3/1876) Born London, England. Died Pt Augusta SA.

CROZIER, John (//-//) went to Sydney and then overland. Is this the Hon John Crozier?? - Yes.

DUKE, Thomas Clay (c1830-26/6/1914) Born London, England. Died Penwortham SA. Sawyer, farmer; Adelaide, Burra, Penwortham. Anglican, Methodist. m 6/4/1855, Harriet nee Hordacre/HARDACRE (c1826-7/9/1882). At 6 years, TC Duke was too young to emigrate alone-was he a nephew of JF Clay??

!DUNN, Edward (c1811-//) Farmer from Fleece Public House, Little Arundell St Not yet identified.

!DUNN, Mrs Edward (c1814-//) Not yet identified.

DUTHY, George Senr (c1803-//) Farmer; Providence Farm, Mt Barker (Sections 3727, 3729 Western Flat), Chain of Ponds. m (2) 21/12/1850 St James Blakiston, Jane nee Alston.

DUTHY, Mrs George nee (//-//)

!DUTHY, George Junr (c1818-//) Apprentice. Articled to Dr Cotter. Settled: Adelaide (South Tce1839-1849), Kensington, North Adelaide (Wellington Square). Insolvent April 1843. m Maria nee ? (//-21/9/1848) Died Kensington SA. There appear to be 2 G Duthys in SA at this period.

!ELLIS, William Wren (c1814-3/2/1892) Died Bowden SA. Bricklayer from Spital St, Mile End, New Town, Middlesex. Anglican. m 11/10/1835 Shoreditch, Middlesex.

!ELLIS, Mrs William nee Jane Rison (c1816-19/1893/) Died Hindmarsh SA.

!GALAHAN, Benjamin (c1815-//) Shoemaker from 19 Cecil Court, St Marylebone, Middlesex. Not yet identified.

!GALAHAN, Mrs Benjamin (c1817-//) Not yet identified.

!GALAHAN, son (c1835-//) 1Not yet identified.

!GOODALL, William (c1811-//) Shoemaker. No further information given. Not yet identified.

!GOODALL, Mrs William (c1812-//) Not yet identified.

!HARRISON, John (6/11/1808-26/1/1866) Born Surrey, England. Died Kooringa SA, ‘leaving a widow and 11 children, deeply regretted by all his friends’. Wheelwright & smith from George Yard, Aldgate, Middlesex, England. Wheelwright; Kingscote, Edwardstown, Kooringa. m 6/5/1835 Holton, Suffolk??.

!HARRISON, Mrs John nee Elizabeth Mary Foulkes (20/11/1811-//1875)

!HARRISON, Elizabeth Mary (c1836-//1905) m ? Moore.

!HARRISON, John Coromandel (c1837-10/6/1890) Born at sea. Died Norwood SA, at Sydenham Road as a result of an accident. Farmer, merchant, painter; Tothill Creek. DN Observer 14/6/1890 p1128a. m 7/9/1859, Mathilde nee REHDER.

!HAYFORD, James (c1811-//) Lathemaker and hoopbinder from 1 Union Row, Essex St, Hoxton Old Town, Middlesex. Lathemaker; Adelaide.

!HAYFORD, Mrs James nee Mary Ann FORTUNE (c1817-//) Not yet identified.

!HAYFORD, daughter (//c1834-//) perhaps James, who m 22/7/1860 Adelaide, Bridget nee Shannassy.

HAYMAN, ? (//-//) Perhaps identified.

!HENDERSON, Thomas (c1800-//) Horticulturalist from Langcliffe nr Settle, Yorks, England. Labourer, storekeeper; North Adelaide. Anglican, Presbyterian. m 1818 Settle, Yorks.

!HENDERSON, Mrs Thomas nee Sarah ? (c1799-//)

!HENDERSON, Thomas (1/5/1820-1/6/1858) Born Galgaty Castle, Co Aberdeen, Scotland. Died Melbourne Vic. Labourer, farmer; North Adelaide, Black Forest, Happy Valley. Anglican. m 19/3/1842 Adelaide, Sarah nee Hamilton.

!HENDERSON, Agnes (//-//) Not yet identified.

!HILLMAN, John (//c1814-//) Labourer from Wrington nr Bristol, Somerset, England. Perhaps identified.

!HILLMAN, Mrs John (//c1815-//) Perhaps identified.

!HOBBS, Frederick R (c1814-//) Born Somers Town, Middlesex, England. Navigator from 4 Reform Place, West Passage, Somers Town. Navigator, stockkeeper, brickmaker, publican; Glenelg, North Adelaide, Publican; Old Colonist Norwood. hobbs, frederick and bennett, thomas brickmakers dr Kent’s section near East tce, Adelaide, partnership dissolved 23/2/1847. Marital upset Observer 24/2/1855 p60a. Attended Old Colonists Banquet 1871. Anglican, Wesleyan. m 1835 London, England.

!HOBBS, Mrs Frederick nee Elizabeth Hannah Lucas (c1815-21/2/1896) Born England. Died Adelaide SA. Left her husband without provocation by Oct 1854 Observer 23/10/1854 p469b. Aunt to Mary Seward to SA 1854 Lord of the Isles Observer 24/2/1855 p60aå

HOBSON, Robert (//-//1841-1843) Labourer; Adelaide. m 7/8/1841, Mrs Elizabeth Fortescue Taylor.

!HOLLYER, William (//c1813-//) of Bishopsgate cannot read occupation

!HOLLYER, Mrs William (//c1810-//)

!HOPSON[later HOBSON], Benjamin (//c1810-//) Farm servant & shepherd from 16 Simmons St, Chelsea, Middlesex, England. Farm servant; Black Forest. Roman Catholic. Not yet identified.

!HOPSON, Mrs Benjamin nee Mary Donovan (//c1810-//) Not yet identified.

!HORE, Thomas (c1813-//) Oil and colour grinder from 4 London St, London Road, Elephant & Castle cannot read occupation Not yet identified.

!HORE, Mrs Thomas (c1816-//) Not yet identified.

!HORE, son (//c1836-//) Not yet identified.

!HORSELL, Robert John (c1809-15/8/1900) Died Carlton Vic. Labourer from 6 Whites Gardens, Bethnal Green Rd, Middlesex, England. Mail carrier, farmer, carrier, miller; Adelaide, Mt Barker, Callington, Yorke Peninsula. Attended Old Colonists Banquet 1871. Roman Catholic. Obit Mt Barker Courier 24/8/1900.

!HORSELL, Mrs RJ nee Sarah BILLETT (//c1811-//) Died perhaps SA dnr. Not yet identified.

!HORSELL, Robert James (c1835-4/3/1892) Died Adelaide SA. Miner; Callington. Roman Catholic. m 22/9/1864 House Callington, Mary Ann nee Watts (nb).

HOWELL, Robert (//-//) Perhaps identified.

!HYDE, Margaret (//-//) Servant from 6 New Inn Yard, Tottenham Court Rd, Middlesex, England.

!HYDE, William (//c1813-//) Sawyer from 6 New Inn Yard, Tottenham Court Rd, Middlesex, England. Perhaps sawyer; Balhannah.

!HYDE, Mrs William (//c1814-//) Not yet identified.

!HYDE, son (//c1816-//) Not yet identified.

!ISAACS, Lewis (//c1814-//) Plasterer & bricklayer from 20 Donald St, Spitalfields, Middlesex, England. Not yet identified.

!ISAACS, Mrs Lewis (//c1816-//)

KIDNER, Mrs Samuel (//-//) 1st or 2nd wife??? More likely 2nd wife. Samuel Kidner d 29/7/1889 Durston, Somerset, England, aged 76. DN Observer 7/9/1889 p464b.

KLUGE, Johannes (//-//) Witness to two marriages on 18/9/1836, which Surgeon-Superintendent TY COTTER conducted on board the ship. Not yet identified.

!LEVY, Henry (c1816-//) Butcher from 20 Dorset St, Spital(fields?) Not yet identified.

!LEVY, Mrs Henry (c1818-//) Not yet identified.

!LEWIS, James (//c1811-//) Gardener and footman from 28 Bloomsbury Square, Middlesex, England. Not yet identified.

!LEWIS, Mrs James (//c1812-//) Not yet identified.

MACKIE, S (//-//) Not yet identified.

!MALPAS, Eliza (c1821-//1902.) Seamstress from 26 Chapel Lane, Edgeware Road. Not yet identified.

*!MALPAS, William (//c1812-//) Machinist and Assistant Superintendent. Not yet identified.

*MANN, Charles (8/7/1799-24/5/1860) Advocate-General, Crown Solicitor, MP, pastoralist; Adelaide (Halifax St). Anglican. A widower on emigration. m (2) 21/6/1837 Adelaide, Maria Josepha Brown. m (3) 21/2/1855 Christ Church North Adelaide, Ann nee Malpas.

!MANTON, Elizabeth (//-12/11/1874) Born Marylebone, Middlesex, England. Died Mt Barker SA, at her residence of dropsy. DN Observer 28/11/1874 p370g. m 10/1/1839 Adelaide, Isaac Sladden.

!MANTON, George Hutchins Toon (10/10/1809-9/6/1891) Born Keyham (Keyingham/Keynsham?), England. Died Mt Barker SA. Ship?maker from Milton Place, Euston Square, Middlesex, England. Publican, baker; Adelaide, Balhannah, Mt Barker. Wesleyan Methodist. Had established a bakery near Holy Trinity North Tce, by early 1838. Member of an unidentified board which had something to do with colonial land sales. Register 16/6/1837.

!MANTON, Mrs George nee Jane Binns (28/3/1808-18/5/1873) Born London, England. Died Mt Barker SA.

!MANTON, John Stephen (c1836-?)

MANTON, William (c1836-c1841)

MANTON, James - does not belong to the above family!!! Perhaps brother to George Manton?

MARSHALL, James (//c1816-30/10/1902) Born Hunmanby, Yorks, England. Died Riverton SA. Seaman who deserted ship. Labourer; Pt Adelaide, Yankalilla, Adelaide then Carter; Port Road then Farmer; Riverton. Biog Observer 10/12/1898 p499e, Observer 7/1/1899 p34c. Mrs J ROBB of Pt Augusta was a daughter. m dnr Elizabeth nee TREWARTHA (//c1827-11/2/1883) Died Riverton SA.

!MATTHEWS, John P (c1815-//) Gardener from 33 James St, Oxford St, London, Middlesex. Perhaps identified.

!MATTHEWS, Mrs John (c1811-//) Perhaps identified.

THOMPSON, Susan nee Medley (//-//)

*MENGE, Johann (c1787-/10/1852) Born Steinau, Silesia, Prussia. Died Forest Creek Vic. SA Company minerologist, agent, editor, geologist; KI, Jacob Creek. Biog Observer 28/9/1901 p163c.

!MIDDLETON, George (c1810-//) Bricklayer from 23 Stone St, Gravesend, Kent. Stonemason, bricklayer; Adelaide. Anglican. Not yet identified.

!MIDDLETON, Mrs George nee Margaret Hayes (c1811-//1881) Died Adelaide SA.

!MIDDLETON, Sarah Ann (c1834-//) Not yet identified.

!MIDDLETON, Mary (c1835-//) Not yet identified. Perhaps Mary Ann HUTCHINSON who died July 1922.

!MIDDLETON, Emily Coromandelis (1836-//1838) Born at sea. Died SA. Was Margaret Coromandelis Middleton a twin??

!NORTON, Robert (12/5/1812-31/7/1891) Born Surlingham, Norfolk, England. Died Norton Summit SA. Gardener from 2 Claremont Cottage, Brook St, Upper Claxton, Norfolk. Carter, gardener; Fourth Creek, Norton Summit. Anglican, Baptist. Obit Observer 15/8/1881 p322c. m 25/12/1834 St Martin in the Fields, London.

!NORTON, Mrs Robert nee Mary Marsh (26/11/1804-14/3/1881) Born West Guildford, Surrey, England. Died Norton Summit SA.

!O’BRIEN, James (c1813-//) Died SA by late 1837-early 1838. Painter and glazier from 29 Norfolk St, back of Middlesex Hospital. Not yet identified.

!O’BRIEN, Mrs James (c1814-//) Not yet identified.

!O’BRIEN, son (c1834-//) Not yet identified.

!O’BRIEN, daughter (c1835-//) Not yet identified.

!OTHAMS, William (c1811-3/2/1885) Born UK. Died Burnside SA. Painter, glazier, house decorator; North Adelaide, Burnside. Anglican, Roman Catholic. m 12/5/1834 Brixton, Surrey. Apparently no information card has survived.

!OTHAMS, Mrs William nee Ann Sutton (c1819-5/4/1886) Born UK. Died Adelaide SA.

!OTHAMS, William Walker (c1836-20/5/1911) Born Kennington, Kent, England. Died Adelaide SA. Painter; Parkside, Norwood, Glenelg. m Charlotte nee ? (c1829-14/12/1901).

PARSONS, John (//-//) Hotelkeeper; Australian’s Pride Hotel Pt Adelaide. m 9/1/1838 Mary Ann MCCue. Attended Old Colonsts Banquet 1871. Perhaps identified. One of the deserting crew.

PARSONS, Mrs John nee Mary Ann ? (c1811-3/2/1870) Died Pt Adelaide SA, at home Australian’s Pride Hotel, ‘after a long and painful illness’. Her ship not yet located.

!PAYNE, William (c1812-3/9/1839) Died Hindmarsh SA. Carpenter from 78 Peppercorn St, Gravesend, Kent. Carpenter; Hindmarsh. Anglican.

!PAYNE, Mrs William nee Maria Mabbet (c1818-17/6/1883) Died Inman Valley SA. m (2) 20/4/1846 Adelaide, Isaac Hurrell.

!PEARCE, William (c1815-//) Labourer from 12 East Road, City Road. Tailor; Adelaide (Grenfell St/Pirie St early 1838; Rundle St by 1842; bought out George White of Hindley St). He called his home Cornwall Cottage. Bought TA 930 North Adelaide (Childers St) as a Land Grant with fellow passenger WV Brown.

!PEARCE, Mrs William nee Sarah (c1815-//) Perhaps identified. Perhaps died 3/1/1845 Black Forest, aged 36

!PINK, Henry (//c1812-//) Bootmaker from 49 Brewer St, Golden Square, Middlesex, England. Not yet identified.

!PINK, Mrs Henry (//c1816-//) Not yet identified.

!RAINHAM, William (c1810-//) Smith from Peppercross St, Gravesend, Kent. Not yet identified.

!RAINHAM, Mrs William (c1812-//) Not yet identified.

!RAINHAM, son (c1834-//) Not yet identified.

!RAINHAM, daughter (//-//) confused age Not yet identified.

!RAINHAM, child (//-//) Not yet identified.

!ROFF, Robert (//c1810-//) Mason from 16 Great St, off Andrew St, town unreadable. Mason; Adelaide, Bowden, Islington, Tam O’Shanter Belt. Anglican. App left SA c1853. Not yet identified.

!ROFF, Mrs Robert nee Mary Ann CAESAR (//c1815-//) Not yet identified.

SANDER, H (//-//) Miner, labourer. Not yet identified.

SHEPPARD, John (//-//) Not yet identified.

SICKERDICK, Johann Carl Heinrich (14/5/1807-17/10/1893) Born Kingdom Hanover, Germany. Died Tabor Valley, nr Lobethal SA. Miner & labourer from Hanover? Labourer, surveyor’s labourer; Kangaroo Island, Adelaide, then Farmer; Lobethal. Lutheran. m 17/2/1848 zum Weinberge Christi Lutheran Lobethal, Maria Elisabeth nee Seidel.

!SIMONS, Joseph (c1814-16/10/1857) Born Bermondsey, Surrey, England. Died Woodville SA, at the Coach & Horses Inn, Port Road. Smith from 5 Kings Arms Court, Hickman St, Bermondsey, Surrey. Blacksmith, publican; Adelaide, Woodville. Anglican. His 10-month old daughter, Judith, had died in March 1857.

!SIMONS, Mrs Joseph nee Jane Catherine Carey (c1818-9/12/1867) Died Woodville SA, at home Port Road. Daughter of Cornelius Carey. m (2) 17/12/1860 Holy Trinity Adelaide, Nicholas Stevens.

!SIMONS, William Slade (c1810-//) Smith from 4 Arnold Place ??

!SIMONS, Mrs WS nee Pleasant ? (c1814-29/7/1844) Died Pt Adelaide SA.

!SIMONS, son (c1835-//) Not yet identified.

!SKINNER, William perhaps (//c1810-1812-7/12/1878) Died Alberton SA. Husbandry & labourer from 12 Essex St, Hoxton, Middlesex, England. Not yet identified.

!SKINNER, Mrs William perhaps Sarah Elizabeth MOORE (//c1806-c1815-7/2/1877) Died Queenstown SA. Not yet identified.

!STACE, Joseph (c1812-6/7/1874) Died North Adelaide SA. Brickmaker from Back St, Epping, Essex, England. Brickmaker; North Adelaide (Finniss St). Attended Old Colonists Banquet 1871. m (2) 25/12/1838 Sarah Levett, a servant of the Rev’d TQ Stow.

!STACE, Mrs Joseph nee Eliza ? (c1815-/2/1837) Died Glenelg Plains SA. 1st recorded burial which the Rev’d CB HOWARD conducted.

STACHELROTH, Friedrich (c1810-26/12/1891) Born Germany. Died Springsure Qld. Miner and labourer fromperh Germany. Labourer; Kangaroo Island, Adelaide then Publican, farmer; Lobethal. Dept Qld. m 2/2/1843 Hahndorf, Ernestine Caroline nee Brettig.

!STEELE, Samuel (22/3/1815-18/11/1879) Born Hanover Square, Middlesex, England. Ag labourer from 28 Chapel St Belgrave Square. Farmer; Mosquito Creek, Mt Barker, Currency Creek. Anglican. m (2) 12/11/1840 Adelaide, Sophia nee Pallent.

!STEELE, Mrs Samuel (c1811-//) Perhaps died at sea, or in the early days of the colony.

!STEER, John (//-//) Store assistant; Adelaide. Anglican. m 18/9/1836 aboard the ship Coromandel, fellow passenger Jane Ann nee Bryant. Not yet identified.

*STEPHENS, Edward (19/10/1811-12/3/1861) Born London, Middlesex, England. Died Maida Vale, Middlesex, England, at his residence Howard Lodge, ‘deeply lamented by a large circle of friends’. 1st Manager of the Bank of SA. Wesleyan.

*STEPHENS, Mrs Edward nee Emma Harrison ? (//-4/12/1871)

STRANGWAYS, Mr (//-//) Supplied a bloodhound to search for deserting crew who hid in Coromandel Valley until the ship sailed.

!TEMPLER, John Shepherd (c1815-20/7/1896) Shepherd from Long Sutton, Lincs, England. Lived; Bowden, Pt Gawler. Anglican. m 19/5/1842 Adelaide, Mary Ann Rebecca nee Bromley.

!VINEY, William (c1801-13/12/1881) Carpenter & joiner from 8 Typers Court, Ropemakers St, Fenshary Square, London, Middlesex. Carpenter; Adelaide (Gouger St), Unley. Attended Old Colonists Banquet 1871. A brother, Thomas Viney, carpenter and whaler, emigrated to Sydney NSW in 1831 on a whaler SA 5/7/1842 p210b !VINEY, Mrs William nee Ann ? (c1816-9/4/1877)

!VINEY, Elizabeth Cooper (c1833-//) m ? Fawcett.

!VINEY, Ann (1/12/1834-24/7/1908) Died Dutton SA, at home Hill Farm. m 20/8/1862, Thomas Brook. Obit Observer 1/8/1908 p776a

!WATTS, John Senr (29/6/1812-20/6/1895) Born Lincoln, Lincs, England. Died Littlehampton. Brickmaker from 43 Bethnal Green, Middlesex. Tailor, brickmaker; Hindmarsh, Littlehampton.

!WATTS, Mrs John nee Nancy Avery (30/4/1818-30/11/1895) Born England. Died Littlehampton.

!WATTS, John Avery Junr (c1836-d Vic) Not yet identified.

!WHITE, John Charles Shorey (//-//1903) Died Bathurst NSW. Conducted the 1st Wesleyan Methodist church service on the SA mainland - 22/1/1837, at Glenelg. Headed the movement to lease land from the SA Company in Hindley St, and erect a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (opened 18/3/1838), SAs 1st church building. Did this man establish a bakery and general store in Pirie St by July 1838? Not yet identified.

!WHITE, Mrs JCS nee Myra Schneider (//-//) Not yet identified.

!WHITE, son (//-//) Not yet identified. Not certain whether son is older than the daughter.

!WHITE, daughter (//-//) Not yet identified.

!WIGGINS, Thomas Senr (c1810-3/11/1848) Born Witney, Oxon, England. Died Walkerville SA, by shooting himself. Carpenter & sawyer from Kensington Gravel Pits, from Newland, according to another source. Friends with William Long, carpenter, 13 Artillery St, Bishopsgate. ‘He had always conducted himself in the most respectable manner, and was in easy and improving circumstances.’ SA Gazette 4/11/1858 p189 - claim there that he arrived CYGNET. Also Register Reel 8 p 362c. m (1) 23/4/1825 Witney, Oxon. m (2) 15/10/1832. m (3) c1837 SA, Ann nee Fielder.

!WIGGINS, Mrs Thomas nee Mary GREENAWAY (c1809-//c1836-37)

!WIGGINS, Thomas Junr (c1829-//1916) Born Witney, Oxon, England. Died Adelaide SA. Butcher, farmer; Adelaide, Salisbury. m 12/4/1854 Adelaide, Sophia Down nee Shillabeer. T Wiggins still alive 1900.

WIGGINS, Thomas Senr carpenter Witney Oxon England (son of Thomas Wiggins and Sarah nee CROSS), Mary nee . Their eldest and only son, Thomas Wiggins Junr born c1827 Witney. Mary Wiggins apparently died. Thomas Wiggins Senr , Ann nee ? The family emigrated to SA c1837. Thomas Wiggins Senr bought land at Walkerville (Acres 36 & 37). He died c1848/1849 Walkerville. Widow Ann Wiggins m (2) John CAMPBELL gardener Walkverville. Thomas Wiggins Junr settled the Walkerville land for life upon his step-mother, and then sold it to her second husband John Campbell 1/11/1854. By 1858, when J Campbell brought the land under the RPA, Thomas Wiggins Junr had become a farmer at Salisbury. !WIGZELL, Charles (//c1816-//) Shoemaker from 53 Brill Road, Somers Town, Middlesex, England.

!WIGZELL, Mrs Charles (//c1818-//)

WILKEY, Charles Richard (c1801-10/6/1885) Died SA. Brickmaker, bullock driver, farmer; Glenelg, Hindmarsh, Hope Valley. Attended Old Colonists Banquet 1871. Anglican, Methodist.

WILKEY, Mrs Charles nee Rachel Way (c1816-25/12/1895) Died Modbury SA. m (2) Edward Barnett. Claim Chronicle 28/12/1895 p12b, that her son, Charles F Wilkey, of Edithburgh, was the 1st male child born in SA, born 12/1/1837 Glenelg.

!WILKEY, Richard (c1812-//) Brickmaker from 9 Ford Buildings, Battersea, Surrey, England. Were Charles and Richard Wilkey brothers? Not yet identified.

!WILKEY, Mrs Richard (c1815-//) Not yet identified.

!WINTER, Augustus S (//c1810-//) Draper from 8 Church Crescent, Church St, Kensington, Middlesex, England. Not yet identified.

!WINTER, Mrs Augustus (//c1812-//) Not yet identified.

!WISEMAN, William (//c1813-//) Bricklayer from Providence Cottage, Sutton Garden, New Kent Road, Kent. m 18/9/1836 aboard the ship Coromandel, fellow passenger Jane Ann nee Breach. Not yet identified.

WOOD, James (//c1812-//) Plumber’s labourer from Webb St, Bermondsey, Middlesex, England. Not yet identified.

WOOD, Mrs James (//c1813-//) Not yet identified.

WOOD, daughter (//c1835-//) Not yet identified.

!YOUNGHUSBAND, Robert (//c1811-//) Mariner from 7 Oriel Place, Chelsea, Middlesex, England. Not yet identified.

!YOUNGHUSBAND, Mrs Robert (//c1814-//) Not yet identified.

!YOUNGHUSBAND, daughter (//c1833-//) Not yet identified.

!YOUNGHUSBAND, son (//c1835-//) Not yet identified.

!YOUNGHUSBAND, daughter (//c1836-//) Not yet identified.

SHIP WILLIAM HUTT -

2 passengers from London16/1/1837

FLEMING, Captain Alexander

FRENCH, Henry (//-//) owner of the brig William Hutt.

!PIESSE, Matthew Peary (//c1816-//) Labourer from 241 Oxford St. Engaged to G Gover. m 9/7/1837 Adelaide, Margaret CLARK. Lived; Adelaide (Sturt St) 1849 when his only child (a son William Holme Piesse) died aged 11 days.

SHIP ISABELLA -

c13 passengers from London, via Launceston Van Diemen’s Land 9/2/1837

HART, Captain John (//-//) - Shipowner, miller, merchant; leading politician. He had taken the Isabella from Portsmouth, England (Sept 1836), to Launceston VDL (Jan 1837), for its new owner, John Griffith & Co, with the Hack family on board. The firm sent him to SA on a speculative voyage, besides bringing the Hack family.

From London

HACK, John Barton (18/7/1805-4/10/1884) Born Chichester, Sussex, England. Died Semaphore SA. Stock dealer and agent, pastoralist, merchant, builder; Echunga, North Adelaide, Semaphore etc. Farmer late of Echunga Springs, but now of Burwash Farm in the 3 Brothers Survey insolvent 1843. Attended Old Colonists Banquet 1871. Quaker, Methodist.

HACK, Mrs John nee Bridget Watson (c1805-//1884) Born England. Died North Adelaide SA. Her mother was Martha Waterhouse.

HACK, William (c1828-//1900) Born Sussex, England. Died SA. Farmer; Strathalbyn, Finniss Flat. m Grace, nee Falling.

HACK, Edward (c1829-//1904) Born Chichester, Sussex, England. Died North Adelaide SA. Quaker, Methodist. m (2) 31/8/1875 Bride’s father’s residence Coromandel Valley, Sarah nee Dall.

HACK, Annie Mary (c1829-17/2/1839) Born Chichester, Sussex, England. Died SA.

HACK, Louisa (c1831-7/8/1865) Born Chichester, Sussex, England. Died London, England. m (1) 20/1/1849 North Adelaide, Patrick James Tod; m (2) Hingston Linden, of Plymouth, Devon, England.

HACK, Alfred (c1833-7/6/1908) Born Chichester, Sussex, England. Died North Unley SA, at home Miller St. Agent, auctioneer; North Adelaide, Pt Willunga, Aldinga then Sanitary Inspector ACC; Adelaide. Quaker. Obit Chronicle 13/6/1908 p402c. m 25/10/1870 Barton House Prospect, Susan, nee Pengilly, d of John Pengilly, of Clifford Farm, Aldinga.

HACK, Bedford (10/8/1835-26/4/1912) Born Chichester, Sussex, England. Ranger; North Adelaide, Fullarton, Melrose. Primitive Methodist. m 19/5/1869 Milang, Frances Harriett, nee Bishop (//-//1898) d of JC Bishop.

HACK, Stephen Junr (//c1836-//) Born Chichester, Sussex, England. m Elizabeth nee Hacket (//-1/10/1863)

HACK, Emily Margaret (//c1837-7/1/1873) Born Chichester, Sussex, England. Died SA. m 29/8/1860 Parnka (the Coorong), Cornelius Butler Mitchell.

HACK, Stephen (c1816-//) Born Chichester, Sussex, England. Died England. Explorer, farmer, pastoralist, stock buyer; Echunga, Glenelg. Farmer and cattle dealer Echunga Springs insolvent March 1843. Quaker. Anglican. m c1841 England, Elizabeth Marsh nee Wilton.

JEFFCOTT, John William (//1796-12/12/1837) Born Tralee, Co Kerry, Ireland. Died Murray River Mouth, from drowning. Judge, Chief Justice; Adelaide. Anglican. Left the ship at Launceston and stayed with his kinsman, William Kermode (to whose daughter Anne, he became engaged), at Mona Vale. Sir John finally reached SA in mid- April 1837, aboard the Africaine. He lost his life at the Murray Mouth, while waiting for a ship to take him back to Van Diemen’s Land to marry Miss Kermode.

JONES, Henry (//-//) Merchant; Adelaide (Gawler Place PR North Adelaide Brougham Place) then Stockholder, JP; Rapid Bay. Land grant Town Acre 741; he also bought TA 742 in 1841 from Edward Moore. Retired to the country in March 1843 with his brother Frederick Jones SA

!PHENDER?, Mr (//c1810-//) 36 bailiff Not yet identified. Perhaps Pfender? Engaged to JB Hack.

!PHENDER?, Mrs (//c1810-//) 36

From Launceston

GILLES, Lewis William (//c1796-2/1/1884) Did his family come with him? It appears they came the following year.

HESKETH, H (//-//) Not yet identified.

The Isabella was wrecked off Cape Nelson on 30 March 1837, while returning to SA with livestock from Launceston.

SHIP JOHN RENWICK -

140 passengers from Gravesend 10/2/1837

LINNINGTON, Captain William. - Captain Lipson, the 1st harbour master, ran her ashore in the Port stream. She got off, but went aground on the opposite side of the river. The captain of the vessel then ordered Mr Lipson over the side and took the ship to the anchorage without assistance. The Captain and sailors of the HMS Buffalo … provided tea, pudding and biscuits for the JR’s tired and hungry passengers, who made the best of what after all was an exceptionally choice menu. Tea was also served by the same hospitable hosts in the evening’.

!ABBOTT, Giles I (11/5/1781-12/12/1865) Born Little Addington, Northants, England. Died Pt Elliot SA, ‘highly and deservedly respected by a large circle of relatives and friends’. Publican, farmer, contractor; North Adelaide, Pt Elliot. Wesleyan. m 13/10/1800 Little Addington, Northants.

!ABBOTT, Mrs Giles nee Hannah Frost (c1782-2/2/1863) Born Sawtry, Hunts, England. Died Pt Elliot SA.

!ABBOTT, Mercy (c1817-4/4/1861) Born Burton Latimer, Northants, England. Died Pt Elliot SA. m 30/11/1837 Adelaide, Henry Hewett.

!ABBOTT, Jacob Senr (3/12/1813-22/11/1908) Born Burton Latimer, Northants, England. Died Stepney SA. Schoolmaster; Adelaide (Gilbert St), later Pastor; North Adelaide (Zion Chapel) ; conducted SAs 1st Methodist Class meeting. m (1) 30/7/1829. m (2) 7/6/1877 Chapel George St Stepney, Mrs William Bungey nee Eliza Davey.

!ABBOTT, Mrs Jacob nee Amy FRENCH (c1809-2/11/1873) Died Stepney SA.

!ABBOTT, Amy (c1831-//)

!ABBOTT, Hannah (c1834-//)

!ABBOTT, Jacob Junr (c1836-21/10/1910) Born Burton Latimer, Northants, England. Died Stepney SA. Railway porter, accountant; Unley, Kapunda, Stepney. At the Vic goldfields Observer 20/5/1854 p196c. m (1) 25/4/1855 Rose nee Brady (c1832-25/7/1893) m (2) Dora Margaret nee ?

!ABBOTT, Thomas Senr (c1811-15/2/1855) Publican, farmer; North Adelaide (Finniss St), Salisbury Plain.

!ABBOTT, Mrs Thomas nee Mary Ann Bailey (//c1811-15/7/1854) Born Burton Latimer, Northants, England. Died Salisbury Plain SA, ‘after a short illness, leaving a widower and 11 children, together with a numerous circle of relatives and friends’.

!ABBOTT, Thomas Junr (?/5/1833-3/5/1920) Born England. Died Kapunda SA. Farmer, carrrier; Little Para, Hamilton, Kapunda. Anglican. m 1/12/1856 Christ Church North Adelaide, Charlotte nee Walpole.

!ABBOTT, Mary Ann (16/1/1835-10/1/1927) Born Burton Latimer, Northants, England. Died Reynella SA. Biog Observer 19/11/1921 p571b. Obit Observer 15/1/1927 p172c. m 16/8/1855 Yatala, George Turner.

!ABBOTT, Hannah Renwick (31/12/1837-//) Born at sea 1.30am. m MARSHALL lived Maileny Qld.

!BACON, William (//c1811-//) Baker from 31 Boston St, Marylebone, Middlesex, England. Publican; Hindmarsh in early 1839. Member of an unidentified board which had something to do with colonial land sales. Register 16/6/1837.

!BACON, Mrs William (c1812-//) From 31 Boston St, Marylebone

!BARTON, George (//c1816-21/4/1875) Born Croydon, Surrey, England. Died Burton SA, at home, near Salisbury, of cholera. Aged 59. Ag labourer from 7 Castle St, Bloomsbury, Middlesex (Agent: Superintendent of Emigration). Farmer; Prospect, Burton (nr Salisbury) What was the link between G Barton and fellow passenger John Beauchamp?? m 19/12/1839 Adelaide, Mary nee White.

!BARTON, George (c1815-6/9/1847) Died Alberton SA. Government cooper; Alberton. Confusion between two George Bartons!!!!

!BEAL, George (c1817-//) Gardener from 3 James St, Clapham, Surrey. Not yet identified.

!BEAL, Mrs George (c1815-//) Not yet identified.

!BEAUCHAMP, John (//c1811-//)Apprentice from 7 Castle St, Bloomsbury, Middlesex, England. What was the link between J Beauchamp and fellow passenger George Barton??

BERKELEY, Charles (//-26/1/1856) Perhaps died Portland Vic? Government officer, landowner, policeman, juror; Adelaide. Anglican.

BERKELEY, Mrs Charles nee Martha S Chauncy (18/8/1813-//) Born England. Daughter of WS Chauncy, SA surveyor. Sister to fellow passenger Theresa nee Chauncey.

!BLACK, Robert (c1812-//after 1871) Shoemaker from 10 Sailing St, St George East. Did he open the Heart & Hand Hotel in Currie St, Adelaide? Plumber, glazier, painter, policeman; Adelaide, Prospect, Thebarton. Anglican. Attended Old Colonists Banquet 1871. Not yet identified.

!BLACK, Mrs Robert nee Elizabeth ? (c1812-//) Not yet identified.

!BLACK, son (c1831-//) Not yet identified.

!BLACK, son (c1833-//) Not yet identified.

!BLACK, son (c1835-//) Not yet identified.

!BOND, Philip Thomas (c1813-//) Carpenter from 12 Gloucester Mews, King St, Portman Square, London, Middlesex.

!BOND, Mrs PT nee Caroline Hatton (c1816-//) Not yet identified. Perhaps a sister to Amelia Hatton who emigrated 1839 Resource??

!BOND, Philip Stephen (c1836-//1839) Not yet identified.

BOTTING, Jane (//-//) Not yet identified.

!BREEZE, Robert Smith (c1810-4/5/1849) Born England. Died North Adelaide SA, ‘after a short illness, of brain fever … deeply regretted by a large circle of friends’. Formed construction partnership with East, East & Breeze at one time the principal firm to win Government contracts. Erecting Christ Church North Adelaide at the time of his death. Dedicated to total abstinence; ‘some friends denied him medicine with alcohol, which might have saved his life’. Buried Smith St, Walkerville. Farmer, late of Longbottom on the Little Para; then Pirie St, Adelaide insolvent 1844. Letter Register 10/5/1849 (Reel 9 p150), re his last illness. Friend JB Hack wrote the letter.

!BREEZE, Mrs RS nee Jane ? (c1803-14/5/1877). Apparently no family?

!CHAMBERS, Benjamin (c1808-16/5/1852) Labourer, farmer; Sturt, Cherry Gardens.

!CHAMBERS, Mrs Benjamin nee Emily ? (6/8/1810-19/3/1892)

!CHAMBERS, John (c1815-26/9/1889) Ag labourer from Long Sutton, Lincs, England. Cattle dealer, blacksmith; Adelaide, Richmond , Farmer; Cherry Gardens.

!CHAMBERS, Mrs John nee Mary Redin (1812-24/3/1904) Born Newton, Co Cambridge, England. Likely to be a sister to fellow passenger Thomas Redin.

!CHAMBERS, Priscilla (c1817-31/12/1900) Born Norfolk, England. Died St Johns Wood SA. Sempstress from Long Sutton, Lincs. m 2/6/1842 Adelaide, Alfred Barker. Sister to Benjamin and John Chambers.

CHAUNCY, Theresa S (//-//) Voyage letter Chronicle 1/1/1898 pp20-21. m (1) dnr Captain WALKER m (2) dnr Herbert POOLE

!COOMBE, Fanny (c1815-//) Servant from 67 Tottenham Court Road, Middlesex, England. possibly Frances Coombe, who m 8/12/1838 Adelaide, Joseph Finch.

!CRAIG, Lindsay (c1812-//) Ag labourer from 1 Corn Square, Moore Lane, Cripplegate, Middlesex, England. Customs officer; Pt Adelaide Customs House. Not yet identified.

!CRAIG, Mrs Lindsay (c1811-//) Not yet identified.

!CRISPE, Clement (c1804-25/11/1857) Butcher, farmer from 7 North St, Finsbury Market, Middlesex, England. Butcher, farmer; Adelaide (Rundle St), Gawler River. Became a director of the Joint Stock Cattle Company at Echunga. Anglican.

!CRISPE, Mrs Clement nee Indiana Maxwell (c1810-18/9/1881) Died Crystal Brook SA.

!CRISPE, son (c1834-//) Not yet identified.

!CRISPE, (c1835-//) m

!DANIEL, James Moore (22/2/1810-17/11/1891) Died Adelaide SA. Sailor and gardener from 52 Augusta St, Regent’s Park, Middlesex, England. Yeoman, carrier; Adelaide (Sturt & Currie Sts) Attended Old Colonists Banquet 1871. Brother to fellow passenger TRB Daniel. m (2) 14/4/1857, Catherine Elizabeth nee Johnson.

!DANIEL, Mrs James nee Eliza ? (c1810-4/2/1856)

!DANIEL, daughter (c1836-//) Not yet identified.

!DANIEL, Thomas Robert Burt (11/10/1815-7/6/1887) Died SA. Labourer from Hendon, Middlesex, England. Baker, farmer; Alberton, Reedbeds, Two Wells, Pt Gawler. Anglican. Brother to JM Daniel.

!DANIEL, Mrs Thomas nee Ann Vaughan (7/10/1813-5/10/1897)

!DAVIS, Susan (c1820-//)Apprentice from 7 Castle St, Bloomsbury, Middlesex. Not yet identified.

!DEAN, William Knight (c1811-?/5/1839) Anglican. Not yet identified.

!DEAN, Mrs WK nee Harriet Caroline Single (c1817-//) m (2) 12/9/1839 Adelaide, Richard Symonds.

DEAN, Maria Tatham (c1837-?) Born at sea. Died Glenelg SA. Groom father Thomas Smyth Stacy residence Kensington, Robert Sheppard Stacy.

!DINES, Richard (c1812-//) Labourer from Kingswalden, Herts.

!DINES, Thomas (c1809-//) Labourer from Kingswalden, Herts

!EMERY, Isaac (c1814-?) Carpenter, builder; Adelaide, Thebarton then Publican; Adelaide. Worked for the Anti-Dry Rot Co, 4 Canal Basin, City Road, London. At the Vic goldfields by early 1853. Lived Thebarton by 1845 Adelaide by 1849.

!EMERY, Mrs Isaac nee Amy WARREN (c1815-?)

!EMERY, daughter (1835-?) Not yet identified.

EMERY, Amy (1837-1837) Born/died at sea? Not yet identified.

EMERY, William (1804-14/2/1837) Died SA, between Glenelg and Pt Adelaide shortly after landing. Biog Chronicle 1/1/1898 p21c. Brother to fellow passenger Isaac Emery. Isaac and William’s father, Charles Emery, emigrated 1838 Lloyds.

EMERY, Mrs William nee Charlotte Nash (c1807-31/10/1895) Born Westminster, Middlesex, England. Died SA. m (2) 2/5/1840 Adelaide, Peter Cook. She bought TA 720 North Adelaide, through her brother-in-law Isaac Emery.

EMERY, Eliza (c1825-?) m ? Went

EMERY, Frederick William (c1826-16/3/1901) Born London, Middlesex, England. Died Glenelg SA. Butcher. m 11/7/1846 St John Adelaide, Ann nee Mundy (c1826-?)She perhaps placed; age discrepency.

EMERY, Agnes (c1827-?)

EMERY, Charlotte (1831-1906) Born London, Middlesex, England. Died Naringaningalook Vic. m 29/4/1850 St John Adelaide, John Lapthorne.

EMERY, child (c1833-//) Not yet identified.

EMERY, child (c1834-//) Not yet identified.

EMERY, child (c1836-//) Not yet identified.

EMERY, Julian Nash (c1837-//) Not yet identified.

!FINLAYSON, William (30/11/1813-17/12/1897) Born Glasgow, Co Lanark, Scotland. Died Mitcham SA. Farmer, explorer, pastor; Mitcham.

FINLAYSON, Mrs William nee Helen Harvey (19/11/1811-20/10/1884) Born Edinburgh, Co Midlothian, Scotland. Died Mitcham SA.

!GARTH, Prudence (c1816-//) Servant from 12 Collanade, Russell Square, Middlesex, England. Not yet identified.

!GLANVILLE, John (c1825-11/8/1859) Shepherd from perhaps Boddington, Glos, England. Not yet identified.

!GRAY, Elizabeth (c1809-//) Housekeeper from 7 Castle St, Bloomsbury, Middlesex, England. Not yet identified.

GRAY, William Henry (18/1/1808-6/9/1896) Born Bermondsey, Middlesex, England. Died Adelaide SA. Chief constable, landlord, farmer; Adelaide (Hindley St). m 16/1/1861 Adelaide, Rosetta nee Bagshaw (nb).

GUNTHER, Jemima (c1816-//) Housemaid from 45 Cannan St, Commercial Road, Middlesex, England. Not yet identified.

!GUNTHER, Joanna (//-//) m 6/8/1837 Adelaide, fellow passenger Thomas Newman. Not yet identified.

!HARRIS, Edward (c1813-2/11/1847) Died Adelaide SA, at home South Tce. Baker from the Mitre Tavern, Fish St Hill, Middlesex, England. Licensed victualler ; Adelaide (Franklin St; then Wright St, then McLaren Vale, Gilles Arcade, and lastly of Star Inn, Rosina St) insolvent 1844. m Esther nee ?

HART, John (c1814-13/10/1861) Died Oakbank SA. Wheelwright; Adelaide, North Adelaide. Bought TA 394 Gouger St, as a land grant in partnership with carpenter William Ward. (CHAPMAN, JP resigned from partnership with HART, John and HART, Thomas Rusher 11/1/1844) m 5/12/1838, Bridget Mary Molony.

!HOBBS, William (c1815-//) Shepherd from Sidney, near Long Sutham, Lincs, England. Prob Farmer. Meadows. Eldest child, a son, drowned in a waterhole while minding his father’s sheep SA 18/12/1846 p213d Not yet identified.

!HOBBS, Mrs William (c1816-//) Not yet identified.

!HORNSBY, Thomas (c1809-15/2/1855) Born Little Headington, Northants, England. Died Adelaide SA. 27 Ag labourer, publican; Adelaide. Anglican. m 28/8/1838 Eliza nee Willoughby.

!HUMPHRIES, William Glover (c1812-16/6/1881) Shoemaker from 11 Adam St East, Manchester Square, Middlesex, England. Shoemaker; Adelaide, Balhannah then Baker, storekeeper; Nairne. Anglican.

!HUMPHRIES, Mrs WG nee Lucy ? (c1813-16/4/1879) Died Nairne SA.

!HUMPHRIES, William John (/9/1836-16/4/1917) Born London, England. Died Parkside SA, at his residence Castle St. Bullock driver, farmer, butcher, hotelkeeper; Nairne, Mt Barker, Burra etc. m 21/1/1864 Rev W Brown residence Adelaide, Ellen Mann nee JeffRey (c1843-19/9/1919) Died Parkside SA. Father; John.

!JACOBS, Isaac (9/12/1814-21/2/1894) Born Whitwell, Hants, England. Died Cherry Gardens SA. Farmer from Swanston, Isle of Wight, Hants. Farmer; Torrens River, Happy Valley, Cherry Gardens. Attended Old Colonists Banquet 1871. Bible Christian, Wesleyan. m (2) 14/2/1871 Echunga, Mrs Sarah Mincham, nee Day, sister to his 1st wife.

!JACOBS, Mrs Isaac nee Elizabeth Day (14/3/1815-14/6/1870) Born Shalfleet, Isle of Wight, Hants, England. Died Cherry Gardens SA.

!LANGCAKE, John Mungo (//-//) Painter; Adelaide (Grote St) Not yet identified.

!LANGCAKE, Mrs JM nee Mary Ann PARKER (c1816-2/10/1857) Died Adelaide SA, at her residence, Grote St.

!LANGCAKE, child (//-//) Not yet identified.

LEMMINGTON, Captain W (//-//) Not yet identified.

!LEWIN, John (//c1810-//) Woolcomber - no further details. Not yet identified.

!LEWIN, Mrs John (//c1811-//) Not yet identified.

LILLYMAN, Anthony (//-//) brewer Not yet identified.

MCBETH, William (//-//) Born Edinburgh, Co Midlothian, Scotland. Died Meningie SA. Licensed victualler, grazier; Tungkillo, Mt Pleasant, Hindmarsh Island, Narrung. Anglican. m 14/2/1838 Adelaide, Elizabeth Hornsby, sister to Thomas Hornsby on the John Renwick.

!MITCHELL, John (c1810-//) Born Scotland. Died SA. Labourer from 7 Pulteney St, White Conduit Fields, Islington, Middlesex, England. Labourer, tailor; Adelaide. Anglican, Primitive Methodist. m Clerkenwell, Middlesex. Still alive 1900. Biog Chronicle 4/1/1896 p19b

!MITCHELL, Mrs John nee Lydia Phillips (c1807-16/6/1871) Born London, Middlesex, England. Died Mt Gambier SA.

!MITCHELL, daughter (//c1836-//)

!MOON, John (c1814-//) Ag labourer from 6 Craswell St, Landport, Hants, England. Settled; Walkerville. Not yet identified.

!MOON, Mrs John nee Elizabeth Eliza HARDING (c1817-//) Not yet identified.

!MOON, child (//-//) No child on cards. Perhaps identified.

MORE/MOORE, Daniel James (//-//) Not yet identified.

!NASH, William (c1814-//) Shoemaker from South Bar St, Banbury, Oxon, England. Not yet identified.

!NASH, Mrs William (c1813-//) Not yet identified.

!NASH, daughter (//c1834-//) Not yet identified.

!NASH, daughter (//-//) 1.5 Not yet identified.

NASH, daughter (//c1836-//) 7 weeks Not yet identified.

!NEWMAN, Thomas (c1817-//) Carpenter from 19 Little Windmill St, Middlesex. Carpenter; Adelaide, Hindmarsh. Anglican. m 6/8/1837 Adelaide, fellow passenger Joanna nee Gunther.

!PEARSON, John (c1811-//) Painter from 17 Gresse St, Rathbone Place, Middlesex, England. Not yet identified.

!PEARSON, Mrs John (c1816-//) Not yet identified.

!PLAYFORD, John (c1810-//) Ag labourer from 3 New Turnstile St, Holborn, Middlesex, England. Probably a brother to fellow passenger Mrs Thomas Welbourn.

REDIN, Thomas (c1814-//) Labourer from Long Sutton, Lincs, England. Labourer; Adelaide. Father; James. Not yet identified. Likely to be a brother to fellow passenger Mrs John Chambers nee Mary Redin. What relationship to John Redden, who emigrated 1848 David Malcolm. Both families from Lincs.

!RENDALL, John (c1816-//1886) Farmer from 10 William St, Little Charlotte St, Blackfriar’s Road, Middlesex, England. Not yet identified.

!RENDALL, Mrs John nee Mary Ann GUNTHER (7/2/1815-//) Not yet identified. Biog Chronicle 6/1/1900 16e. Daughter Emma Jane m William Alfred Wood. ‘Her sister was the first lady married in the colony, the service being conducted by the Rev’d CB Howard, colonial chaplain, in a reed hut by the riverside. Mrs Rendall is the only survivor of the 12 persons who formed the first New Jerusalem Church in Aust. Son WG Rendall in Sydney.

!RENDALL, Mary Ann (//-//) Cannot locate details. Not yet identified.

!SADLER, Richard (c1810-23/2/1872) Died Edwardstown SA, at home Apley House, ‘after a short and painful illness’. Bricklayer - no further details. Bricklayer, postmaster, storekeeper; Edwardstown.

!SADLER, Mrs Richard (c1816-//) Not yet identified.

!SCURR, William (c1813-//) Shoemaker from 1 Kennington St, Knightsbridge, Middlesex, England. Not yet identified.

!SCURR, Mrs William (c1813-//) 23 Not yet identified.

!SCURR, son (c1834-//) 20 months Not yet identified.

!SCURR, daughter (//1836-//) 6 weeks Not yet identified.

SHAND, Mr (//-//1837) Died at sea, suddenly. A drunkard Chronicle 1/1/1898 p21b.

!SMITH, Richard (//c1784-//) 52 carpenter from 15 Granby St, Waterloo Road, Surrey, England. Perhaps identified.

!SOUTHMILL, Samuel (//c1810-//) Labourer from Fuller’s coach manufactory, City Road, Middlesex, England. Not yet identified.

STACEY, Mrs Maria (//-//) Not yet identified.

!STEPHENS, William Henry (//c1814-25/4/1842) Died Adelaide (Waymouth St) SA, ‘much respected by a numerous circle of friends’. Baker from 90 High St, Portland Town, Middlesex, England. Baker; Adelaide (Waymouth St). Anglican.

!STEPHENS, Mrs WH nee Jane Drury (c1817-2/10/1893) Died Adelaide SA, at home, Grote St. m (2) 12/2/1846, Frederick Botting.

STRAND, Mr (//-//) Not yet identified.

!STRATFORD, John (c1812-4/7/1895) Born Oxon, England. Died Adelaide SA. Ag labourer from Chinnor, Oxon, England (Agent:). Labourer, miner, milkman; North Adelaide, Bowden, Hindmarsh. Anglican, RC. Attended Old Colonists Banquet 1871. m (1) 24/10/1833 Bucks. m (2) c1841, Hannah nee ODea.

!STRATFORD, Mrs John nee Lucy Carter (c1811-27/7/1837) Died SA.

!STRATFORD, George Thomas (c1835-//) Sailor, labourer; St Marys, Allendale. m Mary Jane, nee Ferris (c1831-15/5/1877) Father; John.

!STRATFORD, Mary (1836-//1887) m Thomas Tibby.

!SUTER, William (c1812-//) Died by 1882. Ag labourer. The Suters came to work for JB Hack. Gardener; Adelaide, Walkerville Perhaps also settled Kensington, but then back at Walkerville. Son of Thomas Suter. Apparently went to Vic in 1858 and had disappeared without trace. Son Joseph Suter d 24/12/1850 Kensington, aged 9.

!SUTER, Mrs William nee Emma PHILLIPS (c1813-//still alive 1882) ‘a sad, dirty slut’ Not yet identified.

!SUTER, Ellen (//c1834-//) 2.5 m 22/2/1866 Holy Trinity Adelaide, Adam Gustavus Ball (//c1819-22/8/1882). Surveyor; Adelaide, South Road, Adelaide.

TIEVLEN, Mr (//-//) Not yet identified.

TUCKER, Mr (//-//) Father of the Mayor of Adelaide, apprentice seaman who remained in SA. A terrible difficulty - appears to be wrong information. Chronicle 1/1/1898 p20d.

VAUGHAN, Ann (//-//) Not yet identified.

!WELBOURN, Thomas (c1813-13/10/1879) Shepherd from 3 New Turnstile St, Holborn, Middlesex, England. Shepherd, labourer, eating house keeper, publican; Adelaide (Hindley St), Hermitage then Lived; Fourth Creek. At Vic goldfields by early 1853. Attended Old Colonists Banquet 1871. Anglican.

!WELBOURN, Mrs Thomas nee Hannah ? perhaps Playford ?? (c1813-15/2/1865) Probably a sister to fellow passenger John Playford.

!WELLS, George (c1812-//) Shoemaker from Petersfield, Islington, Middlesex, England. Shoemaker; Adelaide. m 18/6/1838 Elizabeth Thomson

!WELLS, Mrs George nee Sarah Wilson (c1815-//) Did she die soon after arrival in SA??? Or did another George Wells arrive 1830s?

!WELLS, James (c1835-//) Not yet identified.

WHITE, Mr(//-//) perhaps Thomas White m 21/7/1838 Ann Roberts

!WYATT, Adolphus Valentine (c1814-26/12/1862) Born Lambeth, Surrey, England. Died Semaphore SA. Brazier, landlord, storekeeper; Pt Adelaide, Adelaide, Hindmarsh. Anglican. m 26/4/1836 Kennington, Surrey.

!WYATT, Mrs Adolphus nee Sarah Eliza Wade (30/11/1818-20/11/1895) Died Norwood SA, at home 16 Cairns St. m (2) 7/12/1867 John Henry COBB, of Crafers.

*WYATT, William Surgeon-Superintendent John Renwick (/5/1805-10/6/1886) Born Plymouth, Devon, England. Died SA. Surgeon, Protector of Aborigines, Inspector of Schools; Adelaide, Kurrulta Burnside. letter describing voyage SA Record 8/11/1837.

*WYATT, Mrs William nee Juliana Mathews (c1808-14/3/1898) Sister to Mrs JG Nash (wife of the Colonial Surgeon) nee Irma Mathews. Their brother, JC Mathews, ran Hoe House School, Plymouth. He was in the habit of reading parts of Dr Wyatt’s letters to him, to the scholars, some of whom eventually emigrated to SA.

SHIP MARY & JANE -

3 passengers from the Cape of Good Hope 21/2/1837

TODD, Captain R

None identified as yet.

SHIP SOUTH AUSTRALIAN -

60 passengers 22/4/1837

ALLEN, Captain Alexander, who died 30/9/1837.

The ship remained in SA as an coasting vessel, and was wrecked at Encounter Bay on 8/12/1837.

AHRENS, Heinrich Gerhard (21/1/1818-24/7/1884) Born Scharmbeck Bei, Hanover, Germany. Died Vine Vale SA. Labourer, farmer; Kingscote, Adelaide, Vine Vale. Lutheran. m 5/10/1842 Lutheran schoolroom Bethanien, Amalie nee Thomas.

!ALLAN, John (//c1814-//) Gardener from Ca?sham, Not yet identified.

!ANTHONY, James H (//c1819-//) Seaman and apprentice - no further details. Not yet identified.

!ANTHONY, John (14/11/1811-26/11/1881) Born Yealmpton, Devon, England. Died Pt Adelaide SA. Seaman, customs officer, harbourmaster, postmaster, SA Company representive; Kingscote, Glenelg, Pt Adelaide. Anglican. m May 1837 Kingscote, fellow passenger Emma nee Liddon. Probably also to be identified with ANTHONY, John Tenant; Section 204, District B 1843.

!BUCHAN, William (//c1814-//) Seaman and boatsteerer - no further details. Not yet identified.

!CANN, John (c1806-5/11/1851) Died Pt Adelaide SA. Seaman, shipwright, carpenter; Pt Adelaide, Le Fevre Peninsula.

!CLARK, Alexander (//c1807-//) Seaman and harpooner - no further details. Not yet identified.

!COURTOY, George (//-//) Not yet identified.

!COURTOY, Mrs George (//-//) Not yet identified.

!COURTOY, child (//c1835-//) Not yet identified. Conjecture – perhaps a daughter who m George Courtney Lowson, who fostered/adopted his wife’s daughter, Emily nee Courtoy (//c1850-//)

!COURTOY, Agnes Mary Ann (//c1837-10/10/1921) m 18/10/1853 Holy Trinity Adelaide, Charles Dickes HAYNES (//c1833-29/11/1898) Died York SA, at home ‘after a long illness’. Carrier, miner, publican; York.

COWLEY, George (c1810-//) Shipwright from 15 Penny’s Fields, Poplar, Middlesex, England. Not yet identified.

COWLEY, Mrs George (c1816-//) Not yet identified.

COWLEY, daughter (c1835-//) Not yet identified.

COWLEY, son (c1836-//) Not yet identified.

!CUMMINS, Gregory (c1814-//) Shipwright and caulker - no further details. Not yet identified.

!DODDRIDGE, William (c1810-17/7/1867) Died Angaston SA. Blacksmith - no further information. Blacksmith; Angaston.

!DODDRIDGE, Mrs William nee Thirza Germein (c1810-//) Sister to Germein family fellow passengers.

DRESCHER, Julius (//-//) Superintendent of the Germans. Not yet identified.

GERMEIN, John Junr (c1812-23/10/1879) Died Pt Adelaide SA. Trawler master; Kingscote then Harbour pilot; Pt Adelaide, Semaphore. Presbyterian. Parents To SA 1840 Java. Biog Observer 4/1/19193 p34b. m Olinda, nee Gover (c1816-20/3/1881) Died Pt Adelaide SA.

GERMEIN, Sarah (c1818-//) Born Plymouth, Devon, England. Fisherwoman from Plymouth.

!GERMEIN, Benjamin (c1821-21/9/1893) Born Plymouth, Devon, England. Died Mutton Cove SA. Fisherman, seaman, pilot; Semaphore, Exeter. Anglican. m 28/6/1852 St John Halifax St Adelaide, Elizabeth nee Heanes.

!GERMEIN, Samuel (c1818-16/4/1886) Born England. Died Semaphore SA. Seaman, pilot; Pt Adelaide, Semaphore. Presbyterian. m 10/8/1855 Semaphore, Mary Ann nee Nichols (c1830-30/9/1913)

!GERMEIN, child (//-//) Not yet identified. Perhaps Mrs W Doddridge nee Thirza Germein.

!GREGORY, William (c1798-//) Ag labourer - no further details. Anglican. Stepfather of Jane Gregory. Not yet identified.

!GREGORY, Mrs William nee Susannah ? (c1807//-//) Not yet identified.

!GREGORY, Jane (//c1826-19/6/1914) Born South Pethern, Devon, England. Died Booleroo Centre SA. Daughter of the late William Gregory Nonconformist minister. Biog Observer 25/1/1913 p200b. m 16/6/1845 Cong Chapel Adelaide, William Dobney.

!GREGORY, daughter (//c1831-//) Not yet identified.

!GREGORY, daughter (//c1835-//) Not yet identified.

GREGORY, son (//-//) Born at sea. Not yet identified.

!HAYMAN, Robert (c1798-//) Shipwright from Trafalgar Place, Franton ?, near Portsmouth, Hants, England. Shipwright, licensed victualler; Pt Adelaide, Alberton, Portland Estate. Anglican.

!HAYMAN, Mrs Robert nee Matilda ? (c1810-14/12/1866) Died Portland Estate SA.

!HAYMAN, Jane (c1833-//) m (1) 9/12/1852 Holy Trinity Adelaide, Henry FRENCH m (2) 18/1/1861 Holy Trinity Adelaide, William NEELY (//c1819-//) Son of George W Neely.

!HAYMAN, daughter (c1835-//) Not yet identified.

!HODGE, William (c1821-//) Seaman. Not yet identified.

HOFFMANN, JHeinrich (//-//) labourer. Not yet identified.

!HUGGINS, James (c1817-//) Seaman. Not yet identified.

!HUTCHISON/HUTCHINSON, Gilbert (c1811-//) Seaman & harpooner. Not yet identified.

!INSTER, Maxwell (//c1815-//) Seaman and boatsteerer - no further detaisl. Not yet identified.

!JOHNSTON, John (c1811-//) Seaman & harpooner. Perhaps identified.

KLEINSCHMIDT, Friedrich Wilhelm (c1810-10/12/1884) Born Bremen, Germany. Died Lobethal SA. Labourer, helped erect the first Government offices, farmer, brewer; Adelaide, Lobethal. Did he have connections with Johnstons? Lutheran. m c1850 Lobethal, Louise, nee Kowald (12/8/1828-24/11/1894).

LEIGH, WH Surgeon-Superintendent (//-//) Remained in SA for some months, then returned to Britain, where he wrote a controversial book about the colony.

!LIDDON, Ann (c1816-15/90/1878) milliner & dressmaker m Henry Simpson.

!LIDDON, Emma Sophia (28/12/1819-30/5/1886) Born Dawlish, Devon, England. Died Pt Adelaide SA. Milliner & dressmaker m May 1837 Kingscote, fellow passenger John Anthony.

MCLAREN, David Senr (c1784-22/6/1850) Died Part Tce, Highbury, near London, England. SA then London Manager of the SA Company.

MCLAREN, David Junr (//-/8/1849) Died Province Wellesley, Malay Peninsula. Eldest son of David MCLaren Senr.

MILDRED, Henry Richard (9/3/1795-22/3/1877) Born Portsea, Hants, England. Died Pt Adelaide SA, at the residence of Dr Mortimer. Brother to George Mildred. Shipbuilder, politician. Semaphore, Claraville, Payneham. Attended Old Colonists Banquet 1871. Anglican. Obit Observer 24/3/1877 p227e.

MILDRED, Mrs Henry nee Elizabeth Sarah Bowyer (30/11/1798-3/2/1869) Born Portsea, Hants, England. Died Norwood SA.

MILDRED, Clarissa Martha Margaret (22/9/1821-19/11/1870) Born Portsea, Hants, England. Died Angorichina SA, at her son-in-law HC SWAN residence. m 23/4/1840 Adelaide, Henry Hay, Captain of the John Pirie.

MILDRED, Urania Harriet (1824-1896) m ? Varley

!PAHLOW, Martin Ludwig (c1806-//1886) Born East Pommern, Prussia. Died Vic. From 43 Dalgleish Court, Salmon Lane, Limehouse Dock, Middlesex, England. Labourer, mariner; Kangaroo Island, Pt Adelaide, Alberton. To Bendigo Vic c1851.

!PAHLOW, Mrs Martin nee Sarah HOMANN (c1809-//1858) Not yet identified..

!PAHLOW, Catherine (1833-1838) Died SA, perhaps on Kangaroo Island.

PERN, William (c1810-?) Built one of the 1st sailing vessels in SA - used it to go from Kangaroo Island to the mainland in early 1838. Prospered from sealing on the Troubridge Shoal; then farmer at Dashwood Gully and lastly Pern Gully, near MCLaren Flat. ‘He came to his present miserable abode, consructed of mud and thatch, in 1842 … With no children to tend them in the evening of life, decrepit, unkempt, two more pitiable objects could scarcely be found in the colony’.

PERN, Mrs William (c1811-?)

!PROUT, William (c1812-//) Fisherman. Not yet identified.

REHN, Johann (?-26/2/1853) Born Germany. Died SA. Flax grower, farmer; Kingscote, Torrens, Gilles Plains, Houghton.

REHN, Mrs Johann nee Anna Katherine Elisabeth Schröter (//-//) Born Germany. m (2) 24/2/1854 Wesleyan Chapel Houghton,

Christian Thiele. German persecution SA 21/8/1849 p266d

REHN, Sebastian (1836-?) Born Germany. Settled Houghton. m 26/2/1872, Annie nee Roberts.

!ROWE, James Buttress Senr (1796-12/6/1873) Born Ellscot, Devon, England. Died Dry Creek SA. Ag labourer, farmer; Kangaroo Island, Dry Creek. 1st person to export barley from Kangaroo Island.

!ROWE, Mrs JB (//c1802-//) Not yet identified.

!ROWE, child (1823-?) Not yet identified.

!ROWE, Jane (c1825-26/10/1909) Born Ellscot, Devon, England. Died Gawler SA. m 17/4/1850 Wesleyan Chapel Gawler Place, Adelaide, John Parham.

!ROWE, James Buttress Junr (//c1830-9/1/1902) Died Dry Creek SA. Farmer; Dry Creek. m 29/7/1858 Wesleyan Chapel North Adelaide, Thomasin nee Adams.

!ROWE, Sophia (1835-20/2/1877)Died Caltowie SA. m 14/5/1857 Wesleyan Chapel Montague Farm, Thomas Williams.

ROWE, SCHOLZ, J (//-//) Vine dresser. Not yet identified.

SHEPHERDSON, JB (//c1808-//) Schoolmaster and agriculturalist. Apparently went alone and wife and children followed. Engaged to the SA Company. Farmer, teacher; Craike Farm Mt Barker. Check the emigration details. Are they correct?

STEIN, E (//-//) Vine dresser. Perhaps identified.

!WATKINS, John (//naa-//) perhaps d 29/11/1878 Queenstown SA, aged 78. Seaman & butcher. Not yet identified.

!WATKINS, Mrs John perhaps Elizabeth ? (//naa-//) perhaps d 9/1/1886 Queenstown SA, aged 81. Not yet identified.

!WATKINS, daughter (//c1830-//) Not yet identified.

!WIDGER/WIDGES, William (c1814-//) Seaman. Not yet identified.

!WRIGHT, Joseph (c1808-17/7/1853) Died Adelaide SA, at the Lunatic Asylum. Fisherman, fishcurer and seaman. Boatman, pilot, fisherman; Pt Adelaide. Anglican. m 22/11/1835 St Paul’s, Cornwall.

!WRIGHT, Mrs Joseph nee Arabella Rowse (c1816-22/12/1865) Died Pt Adelaide SA. m (2) 14/12/1853 Holy Trinity Adelaide, Thomas HILL Mariner; Pt Adelaide.

!WRIGHT, Joseph Fowler (11/6/1836-1/2/1846) Born Mousehole, Cornwall, England. Died Pt Adelaide SA.

!WYATT, John Pierce (c1820-//) Seaman. Not yet identified.

South Australian and Solway wrecked at Encounter Bay. George Phillis said ‘I was down at the Bay with Mr J Snoswell building whaleboats for the whale fishing, and in the winter with a Mr Thomson#, who was a ship carpenter, we built a small craft from the remains Observer 21/11/1896 p 1010.

#Could this Mr Thomson be William Thomson, youngest son of W Thomson Senr, of Glasgow, who died 15/9/1840?

BARQUE SARAH & ELIZABETH -

passengers from Hull 25/4/1837

WAKELING, Captain James (c1788-24/5/1853) - Died Adelaide SA, in the morning, of influenza, at home Rundle St. Publican; Pt Adelaide (Port Hotel 1842-1847; British Hotel 1847-1849) Worked for the SA Company, as master of one of its ships on the coastal and overseas trade. Had commanded one of Messrs Birnie of London’s whalers in the South Seas for many years before the foundation of SA.

!ANTONIO, Jon (//-//) Perhaps identified.

!BARNES, John (c1814-//) Seaman from Wells St, London, Middlesex, England. Not yet identified.

!BASSTOE, Charles (c1818-//) Seaman from Hull, Yorks, England. Not yet identified.

!BAYTUP, Peter (c1809-//) Seaman from Wells St, London, England.. Perhaps identified.

BEWES, George (c1816-//) Seaman from Deal, Kent, England. Not yet identified.

!BINYON, Edward (c1820-//) Seaman from Bells Buildings, Salisbury Square, London, Middlesex, England. Not yet identified.

!BREWER, George (//c1815-//) Seaman from Deal, Kent, England. Not yet identified.

!BREWER, Thomas (//c1813-//) Seaman from Deal, Kent, England. Not yet identified.

!BROWN, Thomas (c1806-//) Seaman from Hull, Yorks, England. Not yet identified.

!CANNOWAY, William (c1813-//) Seaman from 9 New Grand Lane - is this Hull? Not yet identified.

CURTIS, Joseph (c1819-//) Seaman from Hull, Yorks, England. Perhaps identified.

!DOUGLAS, John (c1819-//) Seaman from Hull, Yorks, England. Not yet identified.

!DUVAL, Orlande Michael (c1820-//) Seaman from Packham, near Hull, Yorks, England. Not yet identified.

HALL, John (c1809-//) Seaman from Hull, Yorks, England. Not yet identified.

!HUDSON, Joseph (c1817-//) Seaman from Hull, Yorks, England. Not yet identified.

!HUTTON, William (//c1817-//) Seaman from Hull, Yorks, England. Perhaps identified.

!HUTTON, Mrs William (//c1816-//)

*JOHNES, Charles (//c1817-2/6/1893) Died Norwood SA. Gentleman; Kensington then Beer merchant; Osmond Tce, Norwood. Good friends with Captain Wakeling and family.

*JOHNES, Mrs Charles nee Charlotte Elizabeth ? (//c1815-15/6/1889) Died Norwood SA.

JOSE, Antonio (c1806-//) Seaman from Wells St, London Italian? Not yet identified.

!LANGLEY, William (c1819-//) Seaman from Hull, Yorks, England. Perhaps identified.

!LARKINS, James A (c1817-//) Seaman from Deal, Kent, England. Not yet identified.

MARTIN, James (c1820-//) Seaman from East Road, City Road, London. Is this the James Martin who had an unclaimed letter August 1838? Not yet identified.

!MATTINSON, Edward (c1814-29/3/1849) Died SA, ‘after a short illness’. Seaman from 14 Clark St, Commercial Road, London, England. Publican; Kingscote, Alberton. Confusion in identification.

!MATTINSON, Mrs Edward nee Charlotte Elizabeth ? (c1809-//) m (2) !MATTINSON, daughter perhaps Amelia Eliza (c1832-//) m 12/1/1854 Holy Trinity Adelaide, James WALTERS 30 Confusion in identification.

!MATTINSON, William Edward (//1836-//) m 29/4/1856 Congregational Chapel Pt Adelaide, Cecilia Susannah nee WILLINGTON 19 Confusion in identification.

!MURPHY, John (c1811-//) Cooper from Park St, Southwark, Surrey, England. Is this JR Murphy, who had an unclaimed letter August 1838? Perhaps identified.

!NELSON, William (c1814-//) Cooper from Hull, Yorks, England. Perhaps identified.

!PATERSON, George (c1800-//) Seaman from Hull, Yorks, England. Perhaps identified.

!PRINCE, George (c1820-//)Seaman from Stonesend Borough. Not yet identified.

!RHODES, Charles (//c1811-//) Seaman from Wells St, London, Middlesex, England. Not yet identified.

RISING, Robert (c1804-//) Seaman & cook from Hull, Yorks, England. Not yet identified.

!ROBERTSON, John Alexander (2/10/1813-1/3/1894) Died Pt Wakefield SA. Seaman from Hull, Yorks, England. Apparently returned to Britain and re-emigrated SA 1852 Medina. Story needs checking further.

!SHREWSBURY, Edward (c1820-//) Seaman from Hull, Yorks, England. Not yet identified.

!SIMPSON, John (//c1807-//) 29 seaman from 193 Ratcliffe Highway, near Hull? Not yet identified.

SMITH, Charles (c1816-//) Seaman from Hull, Yorks. Perhaps identified.

!SOUTHGATE, John (//c1817-//) Seaman from Wells St, London, Middlesex, England. Not yet identified.

!STANGER, George Eaton Surgeon-Superintendent (//c1815-//) Surgeon from Fleet, Lincs, England. Not yet identified.

!TAYLOR, William (c1813-//) Seaman from Carnaby St, London, England. Not yet identified.

!THOMPSON, Frederick (//c1812-//) Seaman from Hull, Yorks, England. Not yet identified.

WADSWORTH, William (c1815-//) Seaman from Hull, Yorks, England. Not yet identified.

*WAKELING, Mrs James nee Mary Ann ? (//-//) The captain’s wife. Good friends with fellow passengers the Charles Johnes family. m (2) 1855 London, England, William DOVELL.

*WAKELING, John William (2/10/1836-//) Born at sea. Bank of SA Clerk; Kensington 1854 then Publican; Pt Adelaide then perhaps Clerk; Auburn. m 10/2/1857 Holy Trinity Adelaide, Lydia nee Staniford.

WALTON, George (c1818-//) Seaman from Hull, Yorks. Not yet identified.

!WATERS, George (//c1807-//) Seaman from Ramsgate, Kent, England.

!WEST, William (//c1808-//) Seaman from Ramsgate, Kent, England. m 21/4/1839, Jane nee Hudson. Not yet identified.

!WIDGER, John (c1808-//) Born Plymouth, Devon, England. Died SA, before 1842. Seaman from Hull, Yorks. m 18/11/1839 Adelaide, Mary Ann nee Johnson.

WILLIAMSON, Coulson (c1812-//) Seaman from Hull, Yorks, England. Not yet identified.

!WILSON, Henry (c1817-//) Seaman from Hull, Yorks, England. Not yet identified.

SHIP SCHAH -

5 passengers from Gravesend 4/5/1837

LEESE, Captain RH

Former African slavetrading vessel.

LINES, Oscar John (//-4/7/1872) Born Harpenden, Herts, England. Landlord of unidentified hotel in Adelaide in early 1838, in partnership with Clement Crispe. At Mt Barker by mid-1839. Attended Old Colonists Banquet 1871. Anglican. m 3/5/1838, Bella nee Sladden.

SHIP SOLWAY -

38 passengers from Hamburg 16/10/1837

PEARSON, Captain Robert (//-//)

BAGANS, Johann Friedrich (//-//) Carpenter Not yet identified.

BAUER, Carl Leonhard Friedrich (5/12/1808-2/6/1884) Born Karlsruhe, Baden. Died Angaston SA. Baker from Baden. Recommended to Mr Swaine. Baptist. Baker, cheesemaker, farmer; Klemzig, Angaston. Lutheran. Failed to take out his general liquor licence SA 10/6/1842 p182b. Farmer; Section 425, Barossa Range Survey bankrupt 1844. m (1) 27/12/1841 Lutheran Chapel Klemzig, Marie nee Schilling m (2) 17/2/1852 SA, Anna Elise nee HIRDES.

BEYERKOEHLER, Johann Georg (//-//) shoemaker. Not yet identified.

BREMER, Lanritz (c1808-//) Baker. Not yet identified.

BREMER, Mrs (//-//) Not yet identified.

BREMER, child (//-//) Not yet identified.

BREMER, child (//-//) Not yet identified.

CHRISTIAN, Johann Gottlieb Senr (c1809-//) Born Stettin, Pommern, Prussia. Died SA. Farmer; Kangaroo Island, Jacobs Creek, Rowlands Flat, Magdala. Lutheran. Charged with being a dangerous lunatic 30/7/1851.

CHRISTIAN, Mrs nee Karoline ? (//-//) Died Kangaroo Island SA.

CHRISTIAN, Johann Gottlieb Junr (c1837-14/4/1896) Born Stettin, Pommern, Prussia. Died Tanunda SA. Farmer; Neu Mecklenburg. Lutheran. m 1869 Tanunda, Emma Emilie Bertha, nee von Bollensdorf (c20/10/1845-6/11/1919) Died Tanunda SA.

CHRISTIAN, Friedericke Wilhelmine (1/3/1813-23/5/1892) Born Stettin, Pommern, Prussia. Died Jacobs Creek SA. Sister to Gottlieb Christian Senr. Engaged to marry fellow passenger FW Hauser. m early 1838, fellow passenger Friedrich Kleemann.

DEBUS, Johann Christian Philipp (c1803-//) Joiner and carpenter. Recommended to Mr Swaine. Joiner, carpenter; Happy Valley. Baptist.

DEBUS, Mrs (//c1812-29/10/1862) Died Rumuera near Auckland NZ. Not yet identified. m (2) dnr Johann John SAUERBIER.

DEBUS, child (//-//) Not yet identified.

DEBUS, child (//-//) Not yet identified.

DIEBING, August Heinrich (c1801-//) Potential to become overseer. Not yet identified.

DIESE, Leonhardt (c1810-//) Some education. Not yet identified.

FLEIM, Georg (c1815-//) Ag labourer. Not yet identified.

FERTSCH, Conrad (//c1806-20/9/1879) Born Bamberg, Bavaria. Ag labourer, Baker, Shepherd; Lobethal, Blumberg. Roman Catholic. m (1) m (2) 26/8/1849, Mary nee HARKISON (//c1830-11/12/1871) Died Blumberg SA.

GRAMP, Johann (28/8/1819-9/8/1903) Born Kulmbach, Bavaria, Germany. Died Rowlands Flat SA. Baker. Baker, vigneron, winemaker; Kingscote, Hope Valley, Jacobs Creek, Rowlands Flat. Lutheran. m Johanne Eleonore nee Nitschke (25/11/1825-6/6/1919) Born Lockow, Brandenburg, Prussia. Died Rowlands Flat SA.

HANSEN (later HANSON), Louis (//-//)

HAUSER, Wilhelm Jacob (c1814-//) Died Ebenezer SA. Ag labourer, veterinary surgeon; Jacob Creek, Ebenezer. Unmarried. Devout Lutheran. Surrendered his fiancee, fellow passenger FW Christian, to widowed FW Kleemann, as Kleemann had the greater need with young children.

KANNENBERG, Wilhelmine Mina (//c1828-15/8/1895) Born Königsmühl, Pommern, Prussia. Died Oladdie SA. These sisters and brother emigrated as step-children of fellow passenger CF Wallschlager. m 18/4/1848 Tabernacle Encounter Bay, John GANGELL (//c1819-5/2/1883) Born Hobart VDL. Died

KANNENBERG, Johanne Luise Friedericke (//c1831-//) m 22/7/1852 Groom residence Lyndoch, Gottfried SEIDEL (//c1794-19/4/1862) Died Victoria Creek SA. Farmer; Lyndoch, Victoria Creek.

KANNENBERG, Carl (//c1833-24/12/1904) Born Königsmühl, Pommern, Prussia. Died Mt Gambier East SA, at his residence from heart failure. Farmer; Kangaroo Island, Encounter Bay, Lyndoch Valley, Mt Gambier East. Obit Observer 7/1/1905 p51b. m 14/1/1857 Groom step-father Friedrich Wallschlager residence Lyndoch, Johanne nee GREISER (//c1840-//).

KANNENBERG, (//-//)

KLEEMANN, Friedrich Wilhelm (25/3/1798-//) Born Cammin, Pommern, Prussia. Died Jacob Creek SA. Tailor from Cammin. Tailor, farmer, vigneron; Kingscote, Jacob Creek. Lutheran. m (2) early 1838, fellow passenger Wilhelmine nee Christian.

KLEEMANN, Mrs FW (///-14/10/1837) Died at sea, from pneumonia. Buried Kingscote SA.

KLEEMANN, August Wilhelm (c1828-28/1/1891) Born Cammin, Pommern, Prussia. Died Jacob Creek SA. Farmer, contractor; Jacob Creek. m Emilie nee Hoffmann (nb)

KLEEMANN, Heinrich Ferdinand (28/7/1830-17/6/1898) Born Cammin, Pommern, Prussia. Died Tanunda SA. Farmer, labourer; Rowlands Flat, Tanunda. m 1/7/1858 St George Gawler, Ann nee Holland. Father; William Howard.

KLEEMANN, Wilhelmine Mina Friedericke (28/4/1832-10/3/1928) Born Cammin, Pommern, Prussia. Died Tanunda SA. m (1) 5/11/1862 Rieschieck residence Tanunda, Louis Hoffmann. m (2) 17/10/1878 St John Lutheran Church Tanunda, Wilhelm Till.

KLEEMANN, Albertine Ernestine (24/3/1834-18/2/1913) Born Cammin, Pommern, Prussia. Died Edithburgh SA. m 17/2/1855 Bethanien, Adolph Heinrich.

KLEEMANN, child (//-//) Not yet identified.

KOELER, Hermann Ship surgeon. (//-//) Born Germany. Surgeon; Holdfast Bay. Returned to Europe April 1838. Biog Advertiser 19/5/2007 p45a.

KRAMER, Heinrich Ludwig (c1804-11/5/1868) Died Neudorf SA, from hepatitis. Agricultural labourer. Labourer, farmer; Klemzig, Neudorf. Lutheran. m c1839 probably Klemzig, Luise nee Mahn.

LAGE, Friedrich (c1812-//) Baker. Not yet identified. Perhaps LANGE??

MILDE, Wilhelm (13/1/1799-13/8/1884) Born Hamburg, Germany. Died Langmeil SA. Baker from Hamburg. Baker, teacher; Kingscote, Klemzig by 1846, Langmeil.

MILDE, Mrs Wilhelm nee Catherine Elisabeth Steffens (3/3/1807-22/11/1896) Born Lübeck, Germany. Died SA.

MILDE, Elise Charlotte Wilhelmine (//1837-//1919) m ? Geyer.

NEANDER, Wilhelm Gottlob (c1806-//) Joiner and carpenter. Joiner & carpenter; Pt Lincoln. Apparently discontented. Did he go to Vic? OELRICH, Friedrich Hermann Otto David (//-//)25 Ag labourer. Gardener; Klemzig.

OPPEL, Johann Nicol (c1803-//) Labourer; Kingscote. Talkative; well intentioned

PFEUFTER/Perhaps Pfeiffer??, Georg Gottlieb (c1808-//) Not yet identified.

PIPKORN, David (c1806-//1878) Born Fritzow, Mecklenburg-Schwerin. Died Vic. Ag labourer; Kangaroo Island, Encounter Bay To Vic then Labourer; Portland, Hamilton then Farmer; Coromby, Minyip Vic. Lutheran. Parents - Johann Pipkorn and Sophie nee Dahlmann. m (2) Vic, Johanna Christiane nee HERRMANN.

PIPKORN, Mrs David nee Maria Elisabeth ? (//-//1839) Died Kangaroo Island SA, probably of complications following childbirth.

PROPHET, Ulrich (c1815-//) Not yet identified.

SCHMIDT, Sebastian (c1813-11/7/1893) Died Wonna SA. Ag labourer, farmer; Terowie. m 1843, Margaret nee ? (19/8/1825-20/8/1912)

STURM, Friedrich Christian (c1813-//) Ag labourer. Some education.

THIELMANN, Adolph Ludwig (c1813-//) Blacksmith, locksmith. Recommended to Mr Swaine. A Baptist. Not yet identified.

WALLSCHLAGER, Christian Friedrich (c1811-//1873) Died Stewart Island NZ, from exposure while searching for cattle. Ag labourer; Kingscote, Encounter Bay, Lyndoch. Dept 1858 New Zealand. Stepfather of the fellow passenger Kannenberg family.

WALLSCHLAGER, Mrs CF formerly Mrs Ferdinand/Friedrich Kannenberg nee Maria ? (//-//)

WALLSCHLAGER, Hannah Susannah (//-//) m ? Lonneker. Not yet identified.

WALLSCHLAGER, Gottlieb (//-//) Not yet identified.

WALLSCHLAGER, Manasseh/Isaac (//-//) Dept NZ 1858. m Sophia nee Nelson. Not yet identified.

WALLSCHLAGER, Maria Luise Wilhelmine (22/12/1823-7/1/1879) Born Selnation, Kreis Kamin, Pommern, Prussia. Died Kornheim Vic. Maid; Encounter Bay (to Mrs Pastor Meyer). m 25/5/1845 Encounter Bay, Wilhelm MacKenzie.

WIGLEY, Henry Rodolph Senr (//c1794-19/10/1876) Died Grünthal SA. SM, solicitor; Adelaide, Glenelg, Grünthal. Anglican.

WIGLEY, Mrs HR nee Sarah Elizabeth Tom B nee DAWSON (//c1796-1/7/1872) Died Glenelg SA. Still many confusions with this family??

WIGLEY, Robert (//-//)

WIGLEY, Mary Ann (//-//)

WIGLEY, Maria Cordelia (//c1823-//1895) Died England. m 10/1/1861 St Peter Glenelg, Henry STRANGWAYS.

WIGLEY, Henry Rodolph Junr (//c1824-//) CE, RC. m (1) Anne Maria nee QUINN (//c1839-//) she m (2) John ROUNSEVELL.

WIGLEY, Thomas Henry (//c1825-17/6/1895) Born England. Died Christchurch New Zealand. Dept New Zealand 1860. Stockholder.

WIGLEY, William Rodolph (//c1827-6/5/1890) Died Glenelg SA. Solicitor, MP; Pt Vincent, Pt Adelaide, Glenelg. Anglican. Father given as William Rodolph Wigley. m 3/6/1862 Christ Church North Adelaide, Mary Letitia Longfield nee CREAGH /CRAIGH (//c1839-11/12/1919) Born Co Clare, Ireland. Died Glenelg SA. Orient 1857. Father; Giles Vandeleur Craigh.

WIGLEY, James Francis (//c1831-21/6/1884) Born Hornsey, Middlesex, England. Died North Adelaide SA. Merchant; Adelaide. Lived Glenelg, North Adelaide, Largs Bay. Anglican. m Melbourne Vic, Rubina nee MOUNTIE (//c1824-14/10/1909) Born Dumfries, Scotland. Died Semaphore SA.

ZILM, Andreas (c1819-//) Probably a son of C Zilm.

ZILM, Conrad (c1797-//) Possessed capital.

SHIP KATHERINE STEWART FORBES -

222 passengers from Gravesend 17/10/1837

FELL, Captain Alfred

p206 SA Record letter from passenger John Herbert talks about the voyage and some of the passengers. Mrs Field in 1899 ‘Captain Fell was a perfect gentleman, firm, kind, and considerate.’ Timber berths used to build homes in Emigration Square. m Dec 1841 Adelaide, Nancy, yd of the late Captain Thomas BURGESS.

20/6/1837 Queen Victoria made her 1st formal entry into London after her accession to the throne. The CSF began her voyage to SA the next day Observer 11/1/1913 p102a.

 eph Standley, farmer of The Pinery, Hamley Bridge. Died 8/12/1913 Hamley Bridge Private Hospital, aged 79. m Elizabeth Jane nee ?

!STEVENS, Charles John (26/9/1816-9/5/1871) Born Havant, Hants, England. Died Hackney SA, at home Park Cottage Company’s Mill. Miller & carpenter from Birdlam, nr Chichester, Sussex. Shipping agent; Old Port, New Port then Miller (City, , Noarlunga, Hackney 1847. Anglican. Obit Observer 13/5/1871 p301b. m (2) 15/1/1856 Groom’s residence Glenelg, Luna nee GRAHAM (16/2/1819-//) Born Keswick, Cumberland, England. Poss family connection with ENGLISH & BROWN familes, for second wife.

!STEVENS, Mrs CJ nee Hester Ann PUDDICK (19/2/1816-28/4/1855) Died Hackney SA, at home the Company Mill, ‘after an illness of 15 hours’.

STOREY, Joseph (//-//) m 9/4/1838, Charlotte Warden. Not yet identified.

!SYMS, John (c1809-//) Shepherd, ag labourer from Blackford, perhaps Somerset, England. Not yet identified.

!SYMS, Mrs John nee Mary ? (c1814-//) Not yet identified.

!TEAKLE, Alexander (c1808-25/9/1871) Born Co Glos, England. Died Gumeracha SA. Mason from Horsley, Glos. Mason, orchardist; 288 South Tce, Adelaide, Kenton Valley, Gumeracha. Baptist. Biog Gumeracha 1839-1939 pp145-146.

!TEAKLE, Mrs Alexander nee Ann Wheeler (c1811-23/4/1880) Born England. Died Gumeracha SA.

!TEAKLE, daughter (c1828-) Not yet identified.

!TEAKLE, daughter (c1831-) Not yet identified.

!TEAKLE, Hannah (c1836-) m (1) 30/3/1854 Baptist Chapel Kenton Valley, Henry NORTH (//c1830-//) m (2) 23/4/1891 Bride residence Wallaroo, James BRADLEY (//c1836-//) Father; William.

!TEAKLE, Ephraim (c1817-9/8/1894) Died Shortwood nr Nailsworth, Glos, England, at home Adelaide Cottage. Labourer from Avening, Glos, England. ‘I heard he was doing well, and is married again’. m (1) 4/6/1837 Glos. m (2) SA, Eliza perhaps WILLIAMS. Not yet identified.

!TEAKLE, Mrs Ephraim nee Eliza EVANS (c1816-?/10/1837) Died at sea, ‘on the morrow after they arrived at Nepean Bay’.

!TEAKLE, Hannah (c1804-3/11/1888) Born Co Glos, England. Died Mt Barker SA. m 30/11/1840 Adelaide, William RING (-) Born St Peterport, Guernsey CI. Died ?. Shoemaker: Pt Adelaide, Hindmarsh, Mt Barker.

!TEAKLE, Keziah (//c1818-//) Servant from Horsley, Glos, England. m 28/6/1838, Joseph Davis. He apparently left SA again - without his wife???

!TEAKLE, Sarah (//c1821-//) Servant from Avening, Glos, England. Not yet identified.

!THOMPSON, George Robert Senr (c1808-//) Police constable and gardener from Police Station, Albany St, Middlesex, England. Gardener; Adelaide, Pt Gawler then Farmer, saltmaker; Yorke Peninsula. Anglican. Perhaps originated in Ireland Observer 13/8/1853 p262c.

!THOMPSON, Mrs GR nee Mary Ann Cox (c1813-//) Not yet identified.

!THOMPSON, George Robert Junr (c1836-//) CE, RC. m (1) 28/6/1858 St Patrick Adelaide, Mary nee Kenny (//c1838-//) Father; John m (2) 1/8/1875 Pt Adelaide, Elizabeth nee Kenny (//c1850-//) Not yet identified.

!WALSH, Jeffrey Guy (c1810-9/12/1838) Died Onkaparinga District SA, ‘from the excessive use of ardent spirits’. Manager for a Mr Shaw, of the Onkaparinga District. Of respectable family; served as a British Army officer; then under General Evans with the British Legion in Spain. ‘His unhappy propensity, however, drove him from that service also, and he was sent out here by his friends, as a forlorn hope, only to die the most wretched death of an irredeemable drunkard.’

!WATTS, Jeremiah (c1809-11/3/1890) Mason from Avening, Glos ‘is doing well, but is reviving the old system of taking work from others by offering to do it at less price; Watts no good’. Mason; Ducie Cottage, Hindmarsh, Unley, Stockport. Presbyterian.

!WATTS, Mrs Jeremiah nee Christina Osband (c1811-//) Not yet identified.

!WATTS, John (c1828-//) Not yet identified. Still alive in 1896 Letter Observer 29/8/1896 p399e.

!WATTS, daughter (c1835-//) Not yet identified.

!WATTS, Elizabeth Sarah (c1836-//) Not yet identified.

WELSH, Mr (//-//) Not yet identified.

!WISE, William (c1812-1/1/1861) Died Gumeracha SA. Carpenter & joiner from Launceston, Cornwall, England. Carpenter, farmer; Adelaide, Edwardstown, Gumeracha, Garton Vale Kenton Valley. Methodist, Baptist. Biog Gumeracha 1839-1939 pp148-149.

!WISE, Mrs William nee Flora GARTON (c1808-15/1/1878) Died Adelaide SA (of Gumeracha).

!WISE, Elizabeth (//1837-//) m 6/2/1862 Baptist Chapel Kenton Valley, William Giddings.

WRIGHT, AB (//-//) Not yet identified.

!WRIGHT, James (c1810-//) Husbandman & brickmaker from Halstead, Essex, England. Labourer, farmer; Reedbeds, Glenelg. Congregational. m (2) 23/3/1843 Rev’d TQ Stow residence Adelaide, Mrs John Kavanagh nee Harriet Harvey.

!WRIGHT, Mrs James (c1814-//) Not yet identified. Died soon after arrival in SA.

!WRIGHT, daughter (c1834-//) Not yet identified.

!WRIGHT, son (c1836-//) Not yet identified.

SHIP HARTLEY -

82 passengers from London 28/10/1837

FEWSON, Captain Thomas ship owner. - He had a general store and agency in Gilles Arcade, Adelaide, by early 1838. Thomas Fewson & Co.

BRAY, John (c1812-1/3/1868) Born England. Died Adelaide SA, at home TA 41 Pulteney St. A problem of identification. His wife was supposed to be Ann nee SHEPHARD. Returned to England and lived at 84 Oakley St, Chelsea, Middlesex?? He and his wife, Ann, returned to Adelaide, to live in Pulteney St and then Osmond Tce, Norwood. He held the mortgage of the Cornwall Inn, Willunga.

BRAY, Mrs John nee Ann SHEPHARD (//-18/7/1876) Died Norwood SA, at home Osmond Tce. Did they marry in Britain or SA??

Mr JC Bray, an old SA colonist, who left the colony for England in 1878, for the benefit of his health, is dead. Frearson’s Weekly 11/6/1881.

!BROADRIB, Joseph (c1800-23/4/1868) Died North Gumeracha SA, ‘of inflammation of the liver’. Labourer from Read, Somerset, England. Labourer, farmer, publican; Adelaide, Woodforde, Mt Barker, Gumeracha. Anglican.

!BROADRIB, Mrs Joseph nee Eliza Pearce (1814-11/12/1902)

BROADRIB, daughter (//-//) Not yet identified.

BROADRIB, daughter (//-//) Not yet identified.

BROADRIB, daughter (//-//) Not yet identified. All likely to have died before the parents emigrated.

BROOK, Charles John (c1809-17/1/1843) Died Adelaide SA, at home Leigh St, ‘after a long and lingering illness’. Tinman; Adelaide. 1st in the colony.

BROOK, Mrs CJ nee Hannah ? (//-//) She carried on the business after her husband’s death.

BROOK, John O (c1816-//) Not yet identified.

CATHERWOOD, John (c1823-//) Not yet identified.

CROSBY, Mr (//-//) Kept a diary of the voyage. Passage details Chronicle 10/9/1936 p770b. Much confusion re this family.

CROSBY, Mrs (//-//)

CROSBY, William Little Willie (//-//) Settled; Two Wells, Virginia, Glenelg. Father of HB Crosby Parliamentary chairman of committees. m Agnes nee BURGESS (//-//)

EVELEIGH, George (c1812-//) Not yet identified.

GILES, William Senr (27/12/1791-11/5/1862) Born Great Staughton, Hunts, England. Died Beaumont SA. SA Company Manager, pastoralist; Kingscote, Adelaide, Beaumont. Congregational.

GILES, Mrs William nee Emily Elizabeth Macgeorge (c1814-5/8/1876) Died Beaumont SA. Was she a sister to Robert Macgeorge, merchant draper?

GILES, Emily Rebecca (c1835-c1929) m ? Stokes

GILES, George Hartley (2/8/1837-1877) Born at sea. Apparently never married.

William Giles’s family by his 1st wife, Sarah nee Roper, who died in England before the family emigrated.

GILES, William Junr (6/10/1814-14/1/1875) Born England. Died Adelaide SA. Railway paymaster, accountant, sheep farmer; Staughton, Mt Barker, Kanmantoo, Freeling. Congregational. Attended Old Colonists Banquet 1871. m 11/4/1848 Mt Barker, Margaret Horne MCFarlane, d of Allan McFarlane, Glensloy Mt Barker Junction.

GILES, Henry (10/6/1816-10/2/1888) Born Mitcham, London, England. Died Adelaide SA. 20 agric servant Merchant (Giles & Smith); Greenhill, Beaumont, Glenelg etc. Congregational. m 9/10/1845 Aberdeen, Scotland, Jane nee Leslie.

GILES, Mary (c1818-c1893) 18 governess. m 25/6/1840 Holy Trinity Adelaide, Josiah Partridge (1894 Last survivor of the 1st 7 solicitors called to the bar in July 1839 Observer 25/8/1894 p366b. He lived Malvern near Clarendon)

GILES, Thomas (20/5/1820-19/2/1899) 17 clerk Pastoralist; Kangaroo Island, Yorke Peninsula, Reedbeds etc. Congregational. m 20/1/1859 St Marys Mary nee O’Halloran.

GILES, James (25/2/1822-20/12/1861) Carpenter from England. Clerk, surveyor; Pt Adelaide, North Adelaide. Congregational. m ?/3/1848 St John Adelaide, Elizabeth nee Dean.

GILES, Jane Isabella (1824-19/8/1894) Died Knightsbridge SA, Hazelwood Miss Clark’s home. Obit Observer 25/8/1894 p366b. m 18/5/1842 W Giles Senr residence Adelaide (Rev’d TQ Stow), Alfred Watts

GILES, John Stokes (c1825-?) Sheep inspector; Qld. Congregational. A bachelor.

GILES, Lydia (30/7/1827-//) m 5/7/1848 Bride’s father’s residence Adelaide, George Waterhouse

GILES, Samuel (//1830-//1839)

GILES, child(1837-//) Born at sea, before the vessel reached Cape Town. Chronicle 10/9/1936p770b.

!GREGORY, George (16/5/1807-29/1/1882) Born Harpenden, Herts, England. Died Gumeracha SA. Gardener from Harpenden, Herts .1st worked for Osmond Gilles; Kangaroo Island, Adelaide (Waymouth St), ‘we have got two pieces of building ground, … where we have put a small house and are living in it - a very valuable bit of ground - and we think of opening a store’ p10-2 SA Record . Storekeeper; Adelaide, then Gardener; Gumeracha. Methodist. Biog Gumeracha 1839-1939 pp91-94.

!GREGORY, Mrs George nee Mary Anne Price (13/4/1808-2/5/1877) Born Winslow, Bucks, England. Mrs John Pocock, who emigrated Ganges 1839, a sister to either George or Mary Gregory.

HOPKINS, Francis C (c1817-//) SA Company Commercial Office Clerk; Adelaide. Robbed at the Torrens River ford Jan 1840. Not yet identified.

IRON, James (c1816-//18) Publican; Reedy Creek, Adelaide (Black Swan, North Tce). Stockkeeper Little Para, formerly of West Tce, Adelaide insolvent Jan 1843. m 1/1/1849

JOHNSON, Henry (c1814-//) Not yet identified. Apparently a lawyer/solicitor.

!KINGDOM, William Cook (c1816-28/10/1847) Died poss Glenelg SA. Labourer from 30 Smith St, Chelsea, Middlesex, England. Clerk of the Court for the Resident Magistrate; later, too sick from consumption and had to give up work. ‘His last days were cheered by the presence and attention of several ministers’.

!KNAPP, Georgiana (c1820-3/5/1848) Born Kenton, near Dawlish, Devon, England. Engaged as servant to the Randall family. ‘The girl we took from Dawlish turned out bad. Her conduct on the voyage with the sailors and etc was unbearable. She neglected her duty in every respect and shortly after we arrived at Adelaide were under the necessity of discharging her. She has since got married to some man of indifferent character much older than herself.’ Daughter of Thomas Knapp, who came SA 1840 John. m 29/1/1838, William Bailes.

LANDER, Edward (c1811-1/7/1895) Died Pt Adelaide SA, while apparently on visit from his home at Darlington Point NSW.

LANDER, Mrs Edward nee Mary Anne ? (//c1810-29/10/1898) Died Pt Adelaide SA.

LANDER, Mary Anne (5/12/1830-27/6/1912) Born Notts, England. Died Birkenhead SA. m 4/11/1850 Wesleyan Chapel Gawler Place Adelaide, John Ottaway.

LEAR, John (c1805-//) Not yet identified.

!LEVETT, Sarah (c1810-10/7/1890) Died Parkside SA, at home Kenilworth St. Servant from Coggeshead, Essex, England. Engaged to the Rev’d TQ Stow. m 25/12/1838, widower Joseph Stace.

!MARKS, William Charles (c1813-25/4/1875) Born Bromley Common, Kent, England. Died Kensington SA. Ag labourer from Bromley. Labourer, flour miller; Adelaide, Macclesfield. m dnr Anne nee Fleming. The Marks brothers emigrated with their mother and step-father, Mr & Mrs TG Wilson.

!MARKS, Richard (c1815-//18) Ag labourer from Bromley Common, Kent, England (Agent: Superintendent of Emigration) Not yet identified. Perhaps Settled; The Sturt. m 6/3/1850 St John Adelaide, Harriet nee WOOD . Likely left SA early.

!MARKS, Thomas (c1817-27/8/1838) Died The Tiers SA, ‘by the overturning of a bullock waggon in its descent down the road from the Stringybark Forest’ Southern Australian 1/9/1838 p62d. Ag labourer from Bromley Common, Kent, England (Agent: Superintendent of Emigration)

MARTIN, Mrs Mary (c1807-//) Not yet identified.

MARTIN, Marian (c1821-//) Not yet identified.

MARTIN, Georgiana (c1822-//) Not yet identified.

MARTIN, Isabella (c1829-//) Not yet identified.

MARTIN, Mary (c1831-//) Not yet identified.

MARTIN, Stewart C (c1833-//) Not yet identified.

MARTIN, Thomas Henry (//c1835-//) Not yet identified.

NELL, Henry (//c1797-//) Born Manchester, Lancs, England. Farmer; Sturt River (Section 149). m 26/7/1838 Adelaide, Elizabeth nee Hamilton.

NELL, Thomas (//-//) aged 8, son of Henry Nell, by his 1st marriage.

!PACKER, Job (c1811-7/9/1849) Died Morialta SA. Labourer from Tellisford, Somerset, England. Engaged to Mr Bray - must be someone older than John Bray? Labourer; North Adelaide (Finniss St), Morialta. Anglican. Estate manager for the Hon John Baker. m 18/3/1829 Woolverton, Somerset.

!PACKER, Mrs Job nee Mary Ann HOLLY/HOLLEY (c1812-19/10/1879) Died Norton Summit SA, at her son George Packer’s residence. Obit Observer 25/10/1879 p351c. m (2) dnr Matthew Mann.

!PACKER, Louisa (//c1834-//c1915) m 15/4/1852 Norton Summit, Samuel Bungay.

!PACKER, Amelia (//c1836-//) m William Merchant.

!PACKER, William (c1816-29/2/1868) Died Hindmarsh Island SA, ‘after a long and painful illness’. - possibly a brother to Job Packer? Innkeeper; Horseshoe Inn Noarlunga; farmer; Hindmarsh Island. Anglican. m 17/10/1838, Mary nee Harker. Possibly identified.

!POCOCK, Hannah M (//c1817-//) Housemaid from Harpenden, Herts, England.

RANDELL, William Beavis (30/4/1799-28/12/1876) Born Berry Pomeroy, Devon, England. Died Gumeracha SA. Miller from Kenton Mills near Exeter, Devon. SA Company employee. Authorised to take command, if anything happened to William Giles, SA Manager of the SA Company, travelling on the same vessel. Grazier; Gumeracha. m (2) 17/8/1876 Groom residence Gumeracha, Phoebe nee Robbins.

RANDELL, Mrs WB nee Mary Ann Elliott Beare (9/10/1799-22/12/1874) Born Kenton, Devon, England. Died Gumeracha SA. Perhaps a sister to TH BEARE? ‘Mrs Randell does not like SA at all - it is such a sacrifice of domestic comfort.’

RANDELL, William Richard (2/5/1824-4/3/1911) Born Sidbury, Devon, England. Died North Adelaide SA. River boat captain, miller, pastoralist, MP; Mannum, Goolwa, North Adelaide. m (1) 10/12/1849 Elizabeth nee MCCONNELL (//c1834-9/4/1904) Died Parkside SA. Father; Edward. m (2) 24/12/1853 Gumeracha, Elizabeth Ann nee NICKELS (//c1837-16/10/1924) Died North Adelaide SA. Father: William. Sister to Mrs FH Randell.

RANDELL, Thomas George (2/2/1826-14/5/1880) Born Sidbury, Devon, England. Storekeeper, produce merchant, mail van driver; Mannum. m (1) Mary nee SMITH (//c1827-16/4/1870) Died Mannum SA. Possibly a daughter of George Smith, coach driver and postmaster, Gumeracha. m (2) Isabella Phillips nee MURRAY (//-3/7/)

RANDELL, Hannah Elliott (c1828-22/10/1930) Died Malvern SA. Biog Observer 15/1/1927 p158a. m 15/3/1849 Bride’s father’s residence Gumeracha, Alfred Swaine. No family.

RANDELL, John Beavis (21/4/1830-24/3/1876) Born Sidbury, Devon, England. Miller; Gumeracha, Hackney. Obit Observer 1/1/1876 p239f. m 6/9/1852 Holy Trinity North Tce Adelaide, Ann nee CAVE.

RANDELL, Elliott Charles (30/1/1832-1908) Born Devon, England. Farmer, riverboat captain; Gumeracha, Hackney. m 28/10/1854 Gumeracha, Eliza nee SMITH, perhaps a daughter of George Smith coach driver and postmaster, Gumeracha, sister to Mrs TG Randell??

RANDELL, Samuel (20/12/1833-30/11/1901) Born Devon, England. Flour miller, public servant; Blumberg, Salem Cottage Gumeracha, Adelaide. Returned to England. m c1856 England, Mrs Elizabeth PORTER nee LITTLEJOHN (//-23/1/1892)

RANDELL, Francis Henry Frank (21/11/1836-25/12/1899) Born Devon, England. Pastoralist; Mannum, Hackney. m 3/7/1861 Mannum, Sarah nee NICKELS (//c1841-13/10/1923), sister to Mrs WR Randell.

!REYNOLDS, William Peter (//c1821-23/5/1896) Died Adelaide SA. Servant from 42 Essex St, Strand, Middlesex, England. Engaged to Mr Nell. Builder; Adelaide (TA 128 Currie St).

!ROBINSON, Henry Parker (c1804-16/3/1875) Died Lower Mitcham SA. Carpenter & joiner from Kenton, Devon, England. Carpenter, then Publican; Adelaide (Freemasons Pirie St). Attended Old Colonists Banquet 1871. Obit Observer 20/3/1875 p197f. Likely uncle to Mary Robinson Rouse, who d 11/2/1845 Pirie St (at the Freemasons Hotel?, aged 8? Daughter of the late George Rouse, of Exeter, Devon.

!ROBINSON, Mrs HP nee Elizabeth COURTICE (c1804-1/4/1880) Born Devon, England. Died Lower Mitcham SA. Daughter of Richard Courtice farmer of Devon.

SEXTON, William Bradshaw (c1817-16/4/1892) Died Kanmantoo SA. Teacher, storekeeper; Kanmantoo. m (1) 27/11/1852 St James Blakiston, Martha nee Ettwell. m (2) 22/11/1877 Thomas Hair residence Kanmantoo, Jael nee HILL (//c1838-//) Father; William.

!SHEPHERDSON, John Banks Senr (22/5/1809-24/5/1897) Born Heslerton, Yorks, England. Died Wallaroo SA. Schoolmaster and agriculturalist from Plymouth, Devon (Agent: SA Company). Another record says he emigrated without his family aboard the South Australian. SA School Society director of schools; set up a school in a wooden building in the North Parklands. then Farmer; near Nairne; later Clerk of the Mt Barker Local Court.

!SHEPHERDSON, Mrs John nee Marianne Craike (1804-29/12/1858) Born Hovingham, Yorks, England. Died Mt Barker SA.

!SHEPHERDSON, Jabez Banks (c1828-21/2/1896) Born East Heslerton, Yorks, England. Died ? Anglican. m 21/4/1854 Melbourne, Jane nee Bingham.

!SHEPHERDSON, George Craike (1832-?) Not yet identified.

!SHEPHERDSON, Rachael Craike (1833-?) m 25/1/1854 Wesleyan Chapel Mt Barker, William Henry RUNDLE (//c1831-//). m perhaps (2) dnr Charles Sharp TROWER

!SHEPHERDSON, John Junr (c1836-?) Not yet identified.

SHEPHERDSON, Charlotte Hartley (//1837-//) Born at sea. m 14/5/1858 Rev’d James Harris residence Adelaide, William Henry RENFREY (//c1836-//) Father; John Renfrey.

SMITH, Kitty (//c1816-//) Not yet identified.

STOKES, Mrs ER (//-//) Not yet identified.

STOW, Rev’d Thomas Quinton (7/7/1801-19/7/1862) Born Hadleigh, Suffolk, England. Died Sydney NSW, the John Fairfax residence. Congregational minister; Payneham.

STOW, Mrs TQ nee Elizabeth Eppes (c1793-8/7/1867) Died Felixstow SA.

STOW, Randolph Isham (17/12/1828-17/9/1878) Born Framlingham, Suffolk, England. Judge, politician, Attorney General; Balaklava, Adelaide. Congregational. m 7/11/1854 Christ Church North Adelaide, Frances Mary nee Macdermott.

STOW, Jefferson Pickman (4/9/1830-4/5/1908) Born Buntingford, Herts, England. Died North Adelaide SA. Farmer, auctioneer, newspaper editor; Payneham, Gawler, Pt Pirie etc. m (1) 30/10/1851 McLaren Vale, Elizabeth nee Manning, only daughter of George P Manning of McLaren Vale, formerly of Fulbourne, Cambridge. m (2) 1/2/1855 Morphett Vale, Jourdiana Mary nee Brodie.

STOW, Wycliffe (//1834-//1897) Not yet identified.

STOW, Augustine (3/8/1833-29/5/1903) Born Helstead, Essex, England. Public servant, politician; Kensington. Congregational. m 10/9/1867, Elizabeth nee Frew (nb).

!TOWNSEND, John (//c1817-//) Wheelwright from Newmarket, Cumberland/Suffolk, England. Perhaps identified.

WATSON, John (//c1806-//) Not yet identified.

!WEBB, Edward (c1820-//) Servant from Bury St Edmonds, Suffolk, England. Engaged to the Rev’d TQ Stow. Carter; Adelaide. m 16/1/1851 Adelaide, Mary Ann nee Bowden. Father; John. Mother; Elizabeth.

!WELLS, William Senr (//c1811-//) Ag labourer from 27 Wilmot St, Brunswick Square, London, Middlesex, England. ? Not yet identified.

!WELLS, Mrs William (//c1811-//) aged 26 Not yet identified.

!WELLS, William R Junr (//c1834-//) Not yet identified.

!WELLS, Henry (//c1836-//) aged 6 months Not yet identified.

!WHEATON, Nathaniel (c1811-22/3/1849) Died Adelaide SA (of Hackney) Farm manager; Home Farm Hackney.

!WHEATON, Mrs Nathaniel nee Mary Bynon HALEY/HEALY (c1807-26/5/1874) Died Hackney SA.Perhaps this couple had a daughter with them?

!WHITE, Mary Ann (//c1815-14/12/1894) Died Albert Park SA. Servant from Stoke, Kent (Agent: Edward Ross, Rochester). More of her family to SA 1838 Rajasthan. m 18/12/1839 Adelaide, George Barton.

!WILKINSON, William (//c1818-//)

!WILSON, John (c1779-/7/1838) Died Adelaide SA. Farmer from Bromley, Kent, England. SA Company tenant farmer; ?

!WILSON, Mrs John nee Mary ? (//c1794-6/10/1851) Born Bromley, Kent, England. Died The Sturt SA. m (2) 13/10/1839, John Herbert.

!WILSON, Thomas Granville (c1799-7/10/1856) Born Surrey, England. Died Sea View Sturt SA. Ag labourer from Bromley Common, Kent; engaged to the SA Company. Farmer; The Sturt. A son came on the Moffatt 1839 - must have been the son of a first wife.

!WILSON, Mrs TG formerly MARKS nee Elizabeth ? (1793-2/8/1854) Died The Sturt SA. She brought her family by her first marriage.

SHIP LADY EMMA -

109 passengers from London 4/12/1837

HURST, Captain John Witherden - Bought land on TA 887 North Adelaide.

!BALL, Thomas Senr (//c1793-//) Ag labourer and brickmaker from 3 Elias Place, Shacklewell, Middlesex, England. Brickmaker, publican; Kensington.

!BALL, Mrs Thomas nee Elizabeth Jane Lester (c1795-//) Perhaps identified.

!BALL, Amos (//c1814-//) Ag labourer from 3 Elias Place, Shacklewell, Middlesex, England. Not yet identified.

!BALL, Elizabeth (//c1816-26/5/1902) Died Carasdale NSW. Dressmaker from 3 Elias Place, Shacklewell, Middlesex, England. m (1) 22/12/1836 St Dunstan Stepney, apparently fellow passenger Henry Thomas FREELAND (//c1816-17/6/1843) Died Sydney NSW, at home Argyle St. Baker; Adelaide (Hindley St) m (2) 17/9/1845 Adelaide, John DARE (//c1822-//) Born Sturminster Newton, Dorset, England.

!BALL, Sarah (c1818-//) Born Rochester, Kent, England. Domestic servant from 3 Elias Place, Shacklewell, Middlesex, England. Hurt her ankle from falling down the cuddy stairs during the voyage. m 7/4/1838 Adelaide, William Joule.

!BALL, John Blundy (//c1820-//) Ag labourer from 3 Elias Place, Shacklewell, Middlesex, England. Not yet identified.

!BALL, Hannah (//c1822-//) Domestic from 3 Elias Place, Shacklewell, Middlesex, England. Not yet identified.

!BALL, Eliza (c1825-13/12/1897) Born Maidstone, Kent, England. Died Dungary NSW. m 13/2/1842 Holy Trinity Adelaide, James Culley Smith.

!BALL, George (//c1829-//) Perhaps identified.

!BALL, Thomas Junr (//c1834-//) Perhaps identified.

BECK, Mrs TT (//-//) Not yet identified.

!BRAIN, Aaron (c1817-//) Labourer from Uley, Glos, England. Labourer; Pt Adelaide. Anglican. m 9/9/1839 Adelaide, Margaret, nee MCMillan.

BURFORD, Jabez (c1815-21/10/1871) Born Horsley, Glos, England. Died Riverton SA. Labourer, carpenter; Adelaide, Bowden, then Farmer; Macaw Creek. m (2) 18/5/1846 Holy Trinity Adelaide, Elizabeth nee Gardiner (c1817-14/3/1907)

BURFORD, Mrs Jabez nee Rebecca GLASTONBURY (c1812-1/8/1845)

BURFORD, Emma (c1836-30/11/1916) m (1) 12/5/1858 Holy Trinity Adelaide, William WICKS (//c1818-22/10/1859) Died Hindmarsh SA. Mason; Hindmarsh m (2) 28/2/1861 Bride’s residence Hindmarsh, Isaac BROWN Labourer; Hindmarsh.

!CLARKE,William (c1812-//) Labourer from Horsley, Glos, England. Not yet identified.

!CLARKE, Mrs William (c1812-//) Not yet identified.

!CLARKE, daughter (//c1833-//) Not yet identified. A long shot perhaps m 14/10/1851 St John Adelaide, John White, d 17/10/1864 Hindmarsh, aged 33 – clash of age

!CLARKE, daughter (//c1835-//) Not yet identified.

!COWLED, John (27/12/1800-12/8/1888) Born Eltham, Kent, England. Died Pt Pirie SA. Ag labourer from Burnley, Lancs, England. Yeoman; Adelaide then Farmer; Islington, Gawler River, Hindmarsh, Watervale, Redhill, Pt Wakefield then Retired; Pt Pirie etc. Anglican, Methodist.

!COWLED, Mrs John nee Sarah HUMPHREY (24/6/1812-28/5/1894) Born Bromley, Kent, England. Died Clare SA.

!COWLED, Eliza Ada Ann (//c1829-//) m (1) 10/2/1848 PM Chapel Islington, Thomas MAYNARD (//-//) m (2) 4/9/1882 Bride’s residence Merriton, William Alfred BUDD (//c1828-//) Father; Edward Hayward.

!COWLED, Selina Sarah (18/7/1833-19/1/1920) Born Bromley, Kent, England. Died Crystal Brook SA. m 30/10/1851 Clare, Thomas Beck.

!CUMMINS, Eliza (c1817-//) Dairymaid from Owlgen, Glos, England. m 18/6/1838, John Harris

DELANEY, Mrs (//-//) Perhaps identified.

!DENHAM, Samuel (c1804-//) Bootmaker & gardener Close Hall Gardens, Stepney, Middlesex. Bootmaker; North Adelaide. Anglican.

!DENHAM, Mrs Samuel nee Ann Sophia ? (c1809-/6/1840) Died nr Lake Alexandrina SA. Most likely she who opened a clothing store in North Adelaide (behind the Iron Store) during early 1838.

!DENHAM, son (//c1825-//) Not yet identified.

!DENHAM, son (//c1827-//) Not yet identified.

!DENHAM, son (//c1829-//) Not yet identified.

!DENHAM, Anna (//c1833-//) Not yet identified.

!DENHAM, son (//c1835-//) Not yet identified.

!DENHAM, Fanny (//c1836-//) Not yet identified.

DOUGLAS, Henry (//-//) Not yet identified.

!DRAPER, Ambrose (c1815-//) Farm labourer from 13 Charles St, North Commercial Road, Middlesex, England. Saddler, harnessmaker, policeman; Adelaide (Hindley St), by early 1838.

!DRAPER, Mrs Ambrose nee Rose ? (c1818-//) Not yet identified.

!EVANS, George (//-15/2/1846) 35 farmer from Avening, Glos (Agent: Superintendent of Emigration).

!EVANS, Mrs George nee Maria ? (//c1804-1/12/1855) 33 m (2) 18/9/1848, widower Robert ANDERSON.

!EVANS, Henry (c1820-23/5/1885) Died Cleve SA, of heart disease at his son’s residence. 17 Farmer and labourer from Avening, Glos (Agent: Superintendent of Emigration). Farmer; Tothill Belt, then retired farmer; Adelaide (Carrington St).

!EVANS, Harriet (c1822-9/3/1884) Born Avening, Glos, England. Died Adelaide SA. m 20/1/1846 Adelaide, Peter FORD.

!EVANS, Hannah Maria (c1825-9/6/1894) Died Mitcham SA. Servant from Avening, Glos (Agent: Superintendent of Emigration). m 13/5/1847 North Adelaide, Bernard GILPIN.

!EVANS, William (//-/8/1848) 10

EVANS, Joel (//c1830-16/11/1895) 10 Died Adelaide SA, Stirling House Flinders St. Farmer; Tothill Belt. Also Edward Henry Evans.

!FLINT, Ellen (c1818-//) Seamstress and servant from Uley, Glos, England. Joseph Bruce committed suicide (15/9/1838) by taking laudanum, because he thought she would not marry him.

!FORD, Robert (c1808-//) Seaman from Black Road, St George Where is this place??? Perhaps identified.

!FORD, Mrs Robert (c1813-//) Perhaps identified.

!FRENCH, Isaac (c1807-30/12/1895) Died Kensington SA, at the residence of his son-in-law CC Ford. Labourer from Whey, Glos, England. Labourer; Adelaide (Fourth Creek) then Farmer; Sheaoak Log.

!FRENCH, Mrs Isaac nee Elizabeth ? (c1807-18/10/1895) Died Kensington SA, at the home of her son-in-law CC FORD, The Parade.

!FRENCH, Sarah (13/1/1827-24/3/1917) Born Uley, Glos, England. Died Kensington Park SA. m 27/2/1845 St John Adelaide, Edmund Probyn.

!FRENCH, daughter (c1828-//) Not yet identified.

!FRENCH, daughter (c1830-//) Not yet identified.

!FRENCH, son (c1834-//) Not yet identified.

FROST, Charles (c1811-6/8/1886) Labourer, carrier, farmer; Bowden, Salisbury, Para Plains. Anglican. Attended Old Colonists Banquet 1871. m 26/9/1843 Adelaide, Sarah nee Pretty (c1825-24/5/1902).

!GREEN, Robert (c1808-//) Blacksmith and farmer from Sunillion, St Austell, Cornwall.

!GREEN, Mrs Robert (c1807-//) Not yet identified.

!GREEN, son (c1834-//) Not yet identified.

!GREEN, son (c1836-//) Not yet identified.

HART, John (//-//) Not yet identified. Did he return to Britain to m 13/5/1845 Monkston, Co Dublin, Ireland, Margaret Gillmor nee TODD, 4th daughter of Charles H Todd +, of Dublin???

!HERBERT, John (c1787-15/8/1869) Born Avening, Glos, England. Mechanic from Nailsworth, Glos. Builder; Adelaide (North Tce). Anglican. Buried in the North Road Cemetery. ‘He possessed great stability of mind, and lived and died in the hope of the Gospel of Christ, surrounded by many friends whom he has won by his consistency of character’. Son of Thomas Herbert. Perhaps a brother to Septimane Herbert, who emigrated SA 1839 Thomas Harrison?? m (2) 13/10/1839, Mrs John Wilson nee Mary ? m (3) 18/6/1864 Bride residence North Adelaide, Matilda nee WINDOW (//c1822-//) Daughter of Thomas Window. John Herbert marriages all conjecture – could be wrong.

!HERBERT, Mrs John nee Elizabeth ? (c1790-//) Not yet identified.

!HERBERT, Jane (c1814-25/7/1839) Born Avening, Glos, England. Died Adelaide SA, probably in childbirth. Seamstress fro <>??m Nailsworth, Glos. m 28/8/1838 Adelaide, William Innes FORRESTER. She gave birth to a son, William Herbert, who lived only a short time.

HOBBS, Mrs Martha (//-//) Not yet identified.

HOOPER, James (c1811-24/2/1891) Born Devon, England. Died North Adelaide SA. Farmer; Kersbrook, Gumeracha, North Adelaide. Methodist. m 4/1/1841 Adelaide, Ann nee Pearce.

!IND, Joseph (c1809-21/5/1865) Born Tetbury, Glos, England. Died Paradise SA, ‘by the upsetting of a dray, while returning homewards from town’. Carpenter from Nailsworth, Glos. Farmer, dealer, publican; Adelaide, Paradise. Methodist. m (2) 1/1/1857 Adelaide, Mrs Mary Roberts (c1815-25/10/1871)

!IND, Mrs Joseph nee Mary Riley (c1812-7/12/1856) Died Paradise SA.

!IND, George Frederick (6/7/1833-5/5/1906) Born Glos, England. Gardener; Paradise. Anglican. m (1) 6/4/1854 Holy Trinity Adelaide, Lavinia nee Gome (//-/5/1888). Father; JC. m (2) Emily Simmons Smith (c1844-20/9/1919).

!IND, Harriet (//1837-//) m (1) 5/4/1854 Holy Trinity Adelaide, George Comley m ? WETENALL

JOLLEY, George (//c1822-8/10/1898) Settled; Magill. Publican and boathouse proprietor; Adelaide then Publican; Crystal Brook. m (1) early 1840s Anne nee NEWTON m (2) 2/10/1865 St Luke Adelaide, Susannah nee Parsons.

JOULE, William (//-//) Born Stoney/Stonnall, Staffs, England. Left SA early. CE.m 7/4/1838 Adelaide, Sarah Ball.

LOCKHART, Isabella (c1817-4/9/1863) Born Scotland. Died Pt Adelaide SA. m 4/3/1838 Adelaide, Hugh Quin.

MAYO, George Surgeon-Superintendent (c1807-//1894) Born Galesworth, Glos, England. Died Adelaide SA. Surgeon, school inspector; Adelaide. Anglican. His eldest brother, Rev Joseph Mayo, died 3/9/1859 Jubilee Illinois USA. Sons of Joseph Mayo Rector of Ozleworth, Glos. Nephews to Sir George Smith Gibbes MD of Bath. m (1) 7/7/1840 Holy Trinity Adelaide, Maria nee Gandy. m (2) England 1851, Ellen nee Russell.

MORGAN, David (//c1810-16/7/1896) Died North Adelaide SA, at the Cottage Homes Kingston Tce. Formerly a seaman before coming to SA. Surveyor with Col Light then Policeman; Adelaide. Resigned from the SA police force in Dec 1838 and returned to Britain. To SA 1840 Orleana with his family. Obit Observer 25/7/1896 p

NEALE, Mr father (//-//)

NEALE, Ann (//-//) Born Oxon, England. m 23/5/1848 St John Adelaide, John Warner. GW Observer 2/7/1898 p31b

NEALE, W (//-//) Attended Old Colonists Banquet 1871. Not yet identified. Perhaps William Henry Neale auctioneer; Adelaide (Franklin St), Fourth Creek. At Tea Tree Gully Hotel reunion Observer 6/9/1890 p438d-e

OLIVER, Philip (//-//) Is this a confusion for Oliver Philp??

OLIVER, Mrs Philip (//-//)

OLIVER, child (//-//)

PEPPER, Joseph perhaps (//c1821-11/11/1911) Died Mylor SA. Settled; Yorke Peninsula. m 27/8/1851 St Mary Sturt, Eleanor Ellen nee SANDFORD (//c1835-19/7/1870) Died Echunga SA. Not yet identified.

PHILLIMORE, William (//c1798-26/3/1871) Born Tute, Wilts, England. Died Adelaide SA. Labourer; Adelaide, Mt Pleasant. Anglican. m 27/6/1839 Adelaide, Mrs Sarah BARKER

!PHILP, Oliver (c1807-15/2/1855) Died Chain of Ponds SA, at home, the Morning Star Hotel, Philptown (Section 6121, Hundred of Talunga) ‘His end was peace’. Ag labourer from St Breward, Cornwall. Publican, farmer; Chain of Ponds. Further family born in SA: Oliver, Edwin, Augustus, Edward, Louisa. His nephew, Oliver WEBB, of Rock nr Padstow, Cornwall, at the Vic diggings by 1854 Observer 21/1/1854 p24c.

!PHILP, Mrs Oliver nee Philippa Harris (c1817-//) m (2) 29/1/1859 Baptist Chapel Kenton Valley, James William Ledgard.

!PHILP, John (27/9/1836-//) Born St Breward, Cornwall, England. Died SA. Publican; Chain of Ponds, Palmer.

!PORTBURY, Benjamin (//c1809-//) Carpenter from 25 Newton St, Holborn, Middlesex, England. Upholsterer and paperhanger; Adelaide (Hindley St) by early 1838.

!PORTBURY, Mrs Benjamin (//c1809-//) Not yet identified.

!PRITCHARD, Henry (c1822-4/7/1899) Born Newington Baypath, Glos, England. Died Dublin SA. Labourer from Glos. Builder, carter, farmer; Peachey Belt, Penfield, Gawler, Dublin. Methodist. m 28/6/1842 Holy Trinity Adelaide, Frances nee Blight.

!PRITCHARD, William (c1817-18/11/1904) Born Newington Baypath, Glos, England. Died Hindmarsh SA. Bootmaker in England. Carpenter, bricklayer, mason; Adelaide, Hindmarsh. Attended Old Colonists Banquet 1871. Anglican. m (1) 6/11/1838, Jane Grant. m (2) Jane nee CROFT H & W Pritchard sons of John Pritchard, who arrived SA 1839 Hooghley.

PURCELL, Edward (?-11/12/1859) Born Co Kilkenny, Ireland. Died Kapunda SA. Anglican. Fencer; Adelaide (Pirie St) 1840s. Did this marriage take place in England or SA?

PURCELL, Mrs Edward formerly Teague nee Jane ? (7/3/1794-6/4/1867). Her 1st husband, ? Teague, died at Redruth, Cornwall, England.

!SMITH, David (5/3/1799-9/1/1862) Died Hindmarsh SA. Labourer from Horsley, Glos, England. Plasterer, builder, slate roofer, dairyman; Hindmarsh. Church of Christ.

!SMITH, Mrs David nee Sarah WINDOW (c1799-24/10/1863) Died Hindmarsh SA.

!SMITH, Ann (15/3/1822-12/8/1909) Died Mt Barker SA. Servant from Horsley, Glos, England. m 29/12/1842 Holy Trinity Adelaide, Charles Neate.

!SMITH, Mary (c1822-27/12/1892) Died Hindmarsh SA. Servant from Horsley, Glos m 9/3/1843 Holy Trinity Adelaide, John Hughes.

!SMITH, Martha (/12/c1827-12/6/1922) m (1) 29/5/1851 Chapel Bentham St, Adelaide, George Jones (//c1827-//) Butcher; Oak Valley m (2) 5/4/1862 Registry Office Adelaide, Samuel Hobbs (//c1823-6/7/1901) Born Somerset, England. Died SA. Labourer, gardener; Parkside, Fullarton. Anglican. To SA 1859 Clara.

!SMITH, Daniel (//c1831-12/10/1906) Died Auburn SA. Bootmaker; Hindmarsh, Gawler, Auburn. m 16/12/1862 Chapel Bentham St Adelaide, Ann nee KNIGHT (//c1832-5/5/1823) Died Mitcham SA.

!SMITH, Margaret (//c1834-25/7/1879) Died Hindmarsh SA. m 29/11/1860 Bride father residence Hindmarsh, David REID (//c1823-11/1/1898) Died North Adelaide SA. Tanner; Hindmarsh, Torrens Side then Leather merchant; North Adelaide. To SA 1859 from Vic.

TEAGUE, Mary Jane (c1818-21/10/1867) Born Cornwall, England. Died Hawker Creek, Kapunda SA. Step-daughter of Edward Purcell. Settled Hindmarsh, where her future husband also lived (both from Redruth, Cornwall). m (1) 4/5/1839 Holy Trinity Adelaide, James Nicholls. At least one son of the marriage - James Thomas Nicholls b 30/8/1846 North Kapunda. m (2) dnr SA William Trevena.

!TURNBULL, Alexander (//c1808-//) Tailor from Uley, Glos, England. Tailor; Pt Lincoln. Not yet identified.

!WAIGHT, Edwin (//c1815-//) Labourer from Horsley, Glos, England. Not yet identified.

!WAIGHT, Mrs Edwin nee Ann ? (//c1816-//) m 17/4/1856 St Patrick’s Adelaide, Timothy DELANY. Not yet identified. Could also be a daughter??

WATSON, Thomas (//-//) Perhaps Thomas Oliver Watson. Attended Old Colonists Banquet 1871.

WILKINS, William (//-//) Carpenter; Adelaide (Rundle St). Perhaps identified.

WILKINS, Mrs (//-//) Perhaps identified.

!WOOD, John Senr (//c1811-27/5/1895) Born Glos, England. Died Kaniva Vic. Turner, sawyer and miller from Rodborough, Glos. Sawyer, miller, farmer; Morialta, Mt Torrens. Bible Christian.

!WOOD, Mrs John nee Amelia/Mary Ann ? (//c1810-12/10/1889) 27 Born England. Died Mt Torrens SA.

!WOOD, John Junr (26/10/1833-18/9/1903) Farmer; Morialta, Mt Torrens. m 23/9/1852 Holy Trinity Adelaide, Elizabeth nee Lyne.

!WOOD, William Henry (//c1835-1/6/1907) Born England. Died Kaniva Vic. Sawyer, miner, farmer; Morialta, Mt Torrens. To Kaniva Vic. Anglican. m 3/2/1853 Woodforde, Ann nee Lyne (nb).

!WOOD, Ann (8/4/1836-27/3/1924) Born Rodborough, Glos, England. Died Lobethal SA. m 23/9/1852 Holy Trinity Adelaide, ? Watkins

SHIP NAVARINO -

217 passengers from London 6/12/1837

WARMING, Captain Christopher Abel

Register 23/6/1838 ‘The mail of the Navarino was opened on the public road to Adelaide by Mr Edward Stephens of the SA Bank; and the letters and papers tumbled out in the dirt, and a number taken out by that gentleman who stated that he had my authority for so doing.’ Thomas Gilbert (PM-General)

!ANDREWS, Elizabeth (c1817-//) House servant from Thetford, Norfolk, England. m 14/1/1838 Adelaide, fellow passenger Joseph Harber.

!BAIRD, Jane (15/9/1815-29/7/1906) Born Cowdenbeath, Co Fife, Scotland. Died Worlds End Creek SA. Obit Observer 4/8/1904 p730e. m 18/6/1838 Adelaide, fellow passenger Thomas Duell.

!BAIRD, John (c1817-18/2/1858) Born Cowdenbeath, Co Fife, Scotland. Died Allen Creek SA. Farmer; Waterloo Plains, Kapunda. In business with a Hugh McDonald in Adelaide during 1838. m 15/11/1853 Kapunda, Mrs Letitia Powell, widow of George E Powell.

!BAIRD, James (17/3/1820-30/3/1909) Born Cowdenbeath, Co Fife, Scotland. Died Milang SA. Publican, station manager, farmer; Lake Plains, Langhorne Creek. Built the Langhorne Bridge Hotel. m 27/8/1844 Gleeville, Elizabeth nee McHarg.

!BAIRD, Thomas (17/3/1820-5/12/1910) Born Cowdenbeath, Co Fife, Scotland. Died Kapunda SA. Farmer, grazier; St Kitts, Kapunda. m 3 Irish women in turn.

!BAIRD, Marian (18/3/1823-21/7/1900) m (1)19/1/1842, William Coulthard. m (2) Philip Paterson (c1820-11/11/1908), stockman, farmer, of Hamley Bridge.

!BAIRD, Isabella (18/3/1823-1921) m John Brock. Twins. All children of Thomas and Margaret Baird. Thomas died some years before the family left for SA. Mrs Baird also emigrated Navarino. with her second husband, James Greig.

!BAIRD, Margaret (//c1826-4/11/1892) Died Stockport SA. Step-daughter of James Greig. m (1) 14/12/1846 Gleeville, William Woodhead m (2) 27/8/1868 Bride’s brother-in-law John Brock’s residence Redbanks, Robert Rankine.

!BAKER, Esther (c1812-//) Servant from 44 Waterloo Road, Liverpool, Lancs, England.

!BANKHEAD, John Willis Senr (c1808-30/8/1882) Born London, Middlesex, England. Died Vic. Shoemaker and labourer from the Freeman ?, 1 Burton St, Eaton Square, Middlesex. Shoemaker; Adelaide, North Adelaide. Dept Vic. Anglican.

!BANKHEAD, Mrs John nee Eliza ? (c1810-//after 1855)

!BANKHEAD, Eliza Willis (//c1836-//) m ? Nash.

BANKHEAD, W (//-//) Not yet identified.

!BENNETT, Thomas Senr (//c1813-1/3/1878) Died Norwood SA. Brickmaker from Harborn nr Birmingham, Co Warwick, England. Brickmaker, bricklayer; North Adelaide (Melbourne St). hobbs, frederick and bennett, thomas brickmakers dr Kent’s section near East tce, Adelaide, partnership dissolved 23/2/1847. Anglican. Attended Old Colonists Banquet 1871. DN Observer 9/3/1878 p2g.

!BENNETT, Mrs Thomas nee Elizabeth ? (//-//) Not yet identified.

!BENNETT, Thomas Junr (//c1836-1/3/1878) m ? Not yet identified.

!BISHOP, Enoch Senr (c1813-//) Born Horsley, Glos, England. Sawyer from Minchinhampton, Glos. Anglican. Roman Catholic. m (2) 17/3/1838, Mary nee Fennell. m (3) 3/6/1854 Adelaide, Bridget nee Hogan.

!BISHOP, Mrs Enoch nee Mary Ann ? (c1811-4/3/1838)

!BISHOP, Anne (c1835-//) m 25/11/1854, Jacob Tootell.

!BISHOP, Enoch Junr (1837-1838)

!BISHOP, John (//c1816-//) Labourer from Minchinhampton, Glos, England. Not yet identified.

!BYRNE, Peter (c1818-//) Farmer from 21 Stuart St, Liverpool, Lancs, England. Not yet identified.

!BYRNE, Mrs Peter (c1813-//) Not yet identified.

!CARMICHAEL, Frances (c1819-28/3/1867) Died Woodville SA, at home Almond Grove. Servant from Kirkwall, Co Orkney, Scotland. m 30/1/1838 Holy Trinity Adelaide, John Stuart Duncan.

!CARMICHAEL, George (c1815-//) Blacksmith from Kirkwall, Co Orkney, Scotland. Not yet identified.

!CHAMBERS, Joseph James (c1812-//) Labourer from Littleworth, likely Glos, England. Labourer, brickmaker; Adelaide, Hindmarsh. Anglican.

!CHAMBERS, Mrs JJ nee Susanna Smith (c1815-//)

!CHAMBERS, daughter (//1835-//) Not yet identified.

!CHAMBERS, son (//1836-//) Not yet identified.

!CLARK, Harriet (c1807-22/5/1872) Laundress from Bexley Heath, Kent, England. possibly m 15/6/1838, widower Charles Chandler

COLLINETT, Adelaide (//-//) Not yet identified.

!CONWAY, Fanny (c1812-2/6/1902) Teacher from Abbeleix, Co Dublin, Ireland. Youngest daughter of Archibald Conway, Capanara, Queens Co, Ireland. Laid the foundation stone of St Mary Sturt 27/10/1846. Sister to fellow passenger Mrs Henry Watts. Biog Observer 21/4/1923 p876b. m 28/3/1848 St Mary Sturt, John Nicholls.

!COOK/COOKE, Charles (c1820-//) Labourer from Woollemunderidge Perhaps a brother to Archibald Cooke???

!COOKE, Archibald (c1815-1883) Labourer from Yarward Bank, Co Lanark, Scotland. Timber carter in the Tiers at 1st; then Farmer; Strathalbyn; later Pastoralist; Cooke Plains. Presbyterian. A brother James arrived c1843.

!COOKE, Mrs Archibald nee Janet ? (c1819-30/8/1859) Died Kingston S-E SA, ‘much esteemed … for the benevolence of her disposition’.

!COOPER, Elizabeth (c1813-//) House servant from Thetford, Norfolk, England. Not yet identified.

!COWLEY, Albion (c1820-//) Born Uley, Glos, England. Died Pt Campbell Vic. Labourer from Uley. Publican, farmer, storekeeper; Adelaide. Dept Vic m 10/6/1838, fellow passenger Harriet Heaven.

!DE LA ROCHE, Mary (c1808-//) Seamstress from Welbeck St, London, Middlesex, England. Not yet identified.

!DE LA ROCHE, daughter (c1828-//) Not yet identified.

DUELL, Thomas (14/8/1808-22/1/1884) Born Drayton Bassett, Staffs, England. Died Worlds End Creek SA. Anglican, Methodist. DN Observer 26/1/1884 p168b. m 18/6/1838 Adelaide, fellow passenger Jane nee Baird.

!EVANS, Harriet (c1819-13/11/1899) Born Stonehouse, Glos, England. Died Bull Creek SA. Housemaid from Stonehouse, Glos (Agent: Superintendent of Emigration). Perhaps a cousin to Harriet Heaven??? m 6/5/1839 Adelaide, James Stone.

!EWING, William (c1813-//) Gardener from Potlock Shaws??? (Agent: Superintendent of Emigration). Hairdresser; Kooringa.

!EWING, Mrs William nee Jane ? (c1816-27/6/1863) Died Kooringa SA.

FISHER, Thomas Senr (c1794-23/10/1844) Died Hindmarsh SA. Also credited with having attended Old Colonists Banquet 1871. Therefore, this would make it a wrong indentification.

!FISHER, Thomas Junr (c1816-14/7/1897) Died Croydon SA, at home Princes St. Blacksmith from 22 Perry St, Somers Town, Middlesex, England. Carpenter, joiner; Adelaide, Hindmarsh/Bowden, Croydon. Attended Old Colonists Banquet 1871. Anglican. Obit Observer 17/7/1897 p125b.

!FISHER, Mrs Thomas nee Emma TAYLOR (c1815-//) Not yet identified.

!FISHER, daughter (//1836-//) Not yet identified. Is this Mary Ann Fisher, still alive 1900? Aoparently this daughter did not marry.

!FITTALL, Robert (c1811-7/10/1847) Died Adelaide SA, at home Hindley St, after a slight 2-day illness. Carpenter and blacksmith from Long Lane, Bermondsey, Surrey, England. Carpenter & shingler; Adelaide (Hindley St). The earliest and perhaps the best shingler in the province SA 8/10/1847 p211e.

!FITTALL, Mrs Robert nee Phillis ? (c1819-//) Not yet identified.

!FITTALL, son (//1836-//) Not yet identified.

!FITZSIMMONS, Richard (c1815-//) Labourer from Stillorgan, Co Dublin, Ireland. Perhaps identified.

!FULLER, Benjamin Grove (c1811-9/6/1902) Born London, Middlesex, England. Died Morgan SA. Carpenter & joiner from 5 Silver St, Stepney, Middlesex. Builder; Adelaide (Leigh St), Mt Barker, Milang, Morgan. Methodist. Obit Observer 7/6/1902 p272c

m (2) Mrs Emily Hunter, nee Hobbs (c1821-//) Born Wilts, England. !FULLER, Mrs BG nee Jane Assels (c1810-11/12/1871) Died Callington SA.

!FULLER, daughter (//1836-//) Not yet identified.

GARRETT, Perhaps Ann Margaret Garrett, married William Bickford 18/8/1839

GASON, Richard (//c1797-19/1/1860) Died Adelaide SA. Cottage Thebarton, which he vacated July 1843. Labour exchange proprietor; Adelaide (Victoria Hotel Hindley St) Observer 20/5/1854 p196c.

GASON, Mrs Richard nee Mary Ann NEWTON (//c1798-29/3/1882) Died Adelaide SA.

GASON, John (//1827-14/10/1870) Born England. Died m 1/1/1855 St John Adelaide, Bridget nee NEAL (//1834-//)

GASON, Joseph (//1831-//) m 26/6/1854 St Matthew’s Kensington, Louisa nee HARRISON (//1832-//)

GASON, Susan (10/9/1835-30/1/1909) Born England. Died North Adelaide SA. m c1858 Henry Crabb.

!GIBSON, Edward (c1822-//) Apprentice from Newvenal, Glasgow, Co Lanark, Scotland.

!GOLDNEY, William Junr (1/3/1818-8/12/1911) Born England. Died New Zealand. Labourer from near the Swan Inn, Wandsworth, Surrey. Son of William Goldney Senr (who emigrated 1840 Fairlie). Also brother to fellow passenger Mrs Joseph Hornsby??? m 8/5/1858 Church Schoolroom Salisbury and Sts Peter & Paul Gawler, Ann nee Purcell.

!GOUGH, Peter (//c1812-//) Labourer from Co Dublin, Ireland. Engaged to Mr WATTS. Not yet identified.

!GREIG, James (c1802-20/5/1845) Born Co Fife, Scotland. Died Gleeville SA, ‘after a long and painful illness’. Wheelwright from Coulton??, Balymine, Scotland. Wheelwright, carpenter, farmer; Brownhill Creek, Walkerville. Presbyterian. m 1831 Cowdenbeth Co Fife, the widow Baird.

!GREIG, Mrs James formerly Mrs Thomas Baird nee Margaret Reedie (c1789-19/2/1869) Born Dalgety, Co Fife, Scotland. Died Nuriootpa SA. Either she or Thomas Baird was the aunt/uncle to Mrs William Wishart nee Jessie Barr.

!GREIG, William (//c1831-14/11/1919) Born Co Fife, Scotland. Died Hindmarsh SA. Stockholder; Kapunda, Hindmarsh. Presbyterian. m ? unknown.

!HANNAN, Garrett (//c1809-13/10/1883) Farmer; Magill, Morphett Vale, Marrabel, Pt Pirie. Roman Catholic. Not yet identified.

!HANNAN, Mrs Garrett nee Mary BOLAND (//c1813-12/10/1883) Not yet identified.

!HANNAN, child (//-//) Not yet identified.

!HARBER, Joseph (//c1818-//) Shoemaker from Co Warwick, England. Anglican. m 14/1/1838, fellow passenger Elizabeth nee Andrews.

!HARDING, Job (c1822-//) Labourer. No further information on card. Not yet identified.

!HARFORD, Samuel (c1810-25/8/1886) Born Heytesbury, Wilts, England. Died Gumbowie SA. Labourer from Heytesbury. Labourer; near Adelaide; later farmer, Clare, Gumbowie. ‘Samuel Harford keeps two bullocks and a dray, and fetches firewood for people; he lives at Hindmarsh Town …’, George Haines SA News p91 Roman Catholic. m (2) 26/3/18?, Maria, nee Goldsworthy.

!HARFORD, Mrs Samuel nee Mary Ann Brown (c1813-?)

!HARFORD, Stephen (c1831-12/10/1915) Born Wilts, England. Died Broken Hill NSW. Carrier, teamster; Clare, Amagh. Roman Catholic. m 1848 Clare, Margaret Ann nee Bryan.

!HARFORD, daughter (c1834-//) Not yet identified.

!HEAVEN, Harriet (c1818-//) Born Kingscote, Glos, England. Died Amherst Vic. Servant. m 10/6/1838, fellow passenger Albion Cowley.

HEINNAN, Mr (//-//) Not yet identified.

HEINNAN, Mrs (//-//) Not yet identified.

HEINNAN, Mary (//-//) Not yet identified.

HEINNAN, Thomas (//-//) Not yet identified.

!HIGGINS, Thomas (c1794-20/6/1866) Died Gawler River SA, ‘after a long and painful illness borne with Christian fortitude and resignation’. From Co Glos, England. Labourer, farmer; Adelaide, Gawler River. Anglican.

!HIGGINS, Mrs Thomas nee Mary Shell (c1798-6/11/1873) Died Gawler River SA.

!HIGGINS, Lucinda (//c1824-//1899) m ? Symes.

!HIGGINS, Edna (//c1826-27/6/1903) m John Stutely.

!HIGGINS, Henry (c1830-9/11/1892) Born England. Died Quorn SA. Farmer; Gawler River, Richman Valley, Quorn. Anglican. m 1/9/1851 Gawer, Mary nee Condon (c1830-21/9/1893) Father; Robert.

!HIGGINS, Louisa (//c1832-5/11/1899) m (1) m 31/3/1849 Gawler, Stephen SHUTTER m (2) 27/7/1859 St George Gawler, Lüder KRUDOP

!HIGGINS, son (//c1835-//died young) Did he die at sea??

!HOLDEN, James (c1817-c1853) Died Campbell Creek Vic. Mining labourer from Stillorgan, Co Dublin, Ireland.. Carrier, slaughterman, miner; North Adelaide (TA 758 Strangways Place). Roman Catholic. m 9/9/1847 Adelaide, Margaret nee Gahy. She m (2) Joseph Carter. m (3) HC Woodrow.

!HOLDEN, Mary Ann (c1795-8/6/1878) House servant from 21 Bow St, London, Middlesex, England. House servant; Mitcham. Roman Catholic.

!HOLDEN, Jane (//c1822-//) House servant from 21 Bow St, London, Middlesex, England.

!HORNSBY, Elizabeth (c1820-30/1/1852) Born Wandsworth, Surrey, England. Died Terlinga Station, Tungkillo SA. Servant from Putney High St, Surrey. m 14/2/1838 Adelaide, William MCBeath. Sister to Joseph Hornsby.

!HORNSBY, Joseph Henry (c1817-22/2/1885) Born England. Died Hindmarsh Island SA. Tailor from Putney High St, Surrey. Farmer; Hindmarsh Island. m 28/3/1837 Lambeth, Surrey, England, shortly before emigrating.

!HORNSBY, Mrs Joseph nee Miriam Goldney (10/2/1815-31/3/1894) Born Wandsworth, Surrey, England. Died ? Sister to fellow passenger William Goldney???

!HUDSON, Joseph G (c1818-12/1/1888) Born possibly Leonard Stanley, Glos, England. Died Sydney NSW. Labourer from Newmarket, Co Cambridge, England. Plasterer; Adelaide, Gawler. m 18/1/1841 Adelaide, Eliza nee WALLACE (//c1824-23/2/1907) Died Sydney SA. From Glasgow, Co Lanark, Scotland. Father; Thomas. Perhaps arrived on the Lady Lilford.

!HUGHES, John (c1820-2/11/1865) Died Hindmarsh SA. Labourer from Glos, England. Plasterer; Hindmarsh. m 9/3/1843 Holy Trinity Adelaide, Mary nee Smith.

!JASON, Richard (c1806-//) Road maker from Stuart St, Liverpool, Lancs, England. Not yet identified.

!JASON, Mrs Richard (c1809-//) Not yet identified.

!JASON, son (c1825-//) Not yet identified.

!JASON, daughter (c1828-//) Not yet identified.

!JASON, son (c1830-//) Not yet identified.

!JASON, daughter (c1835-//) Not yet identified.

JEFFERYS, Mrs Jeffery (//-//) Not yet identified.

!KEAN, Hugh (//c1811-//) Labourer from Lambert St, Sheffield, Yorks, England. Not yet identified.

!KEAN, Mrs Hugh (//c1813-//) Not yet identified.

!KEAN, son (/3/1837-//) Not yet identified.

KELLY, James (//-//) Perhaps identified.

KELLY, Mrs James (//-//) Perhaps identified.

KELLY, child (//-//) Perhaps identified.

!KING, Charles(c1809-//) Ag labourer from Horspath, Oxon, England. Not yet identified.

!KING, Mrs Charles (c1813-//) Not yet identified.

!KING, child (//-//) Perhaps no children emigrated. Not yet identified.

!KING, child (//-//) Not yet identified.

!KING, child (//-//) Not yet identified.

!LEES, Robert (c1813-//) Skinner from 9 Clyde St, Anderston, Scotland??? Not yet identified.

!LEES, Mrs Robert (c1815-//) Not yet identified.

!MARSHALL, William (//c1816-//) Mason from 12 New Inn Yard, Tottenham Court Yard, Middlesex, England. Perhaps identified.

!MARSHALL, Mrs William (//c1816-//) Perhaps identified.

!MARSHALL, child (//-//) Apparently no child. Perhaps identified.

!MAXWELL, John (c1810-13/5/1888) Born Ireland. Died Glen Osmond SA. Nailer from Newvenal, Glasgow, Co Lanark, Scotland. Settled Hindley St. Poundkeeper, public spring cart operator; Glen Osmond.

!MAXWELL, Mrs John (//c1812-//) No family.

!MCHUGH, John (c1807-9/4/1870) Born Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh, Ireland. Died The Meadows SA. Gardener from 13 Frederick St, Portland Town, Middlesex, England. Farmer; Adelaide, Prospect, Mallala. m 8/5/1833 Knightsbridge, Middlesex, England.

!MCHUGH, Mrs John nee Sarah PORTNELL (4/3/1812-14/2/1889) Died Telowie SA, at her son Bryan or Edward McHugh residence. This does not appear to be the right death date.

!MCHUGH, James (//1835-//1894) Not yet identified.

!MCHUGH, Jane (19/10/1836-2/11/1898) Born London, Middlesex, England. Died Kellie SA. m 12/12/1855 Strathalbyn, John GARDINER

!MCHUGH, Margaret (c1817-//) Housemaid from 17 James St, Fetherston St, City Road, London, Middlesex, England. Sister to John McHugh??? Confusion in addresses.

!MCHUGH, Mary Ann (c1819-//) Servant from 17 James St, St Luke’s

!MCLEAN, Donald (c1775-11/10/1855) Born Fort William, Co Inverness, Scotland. Died Auchanadala, Strathalbyn SA, ‘highly respected by a numerous circle of relations and friends’. Farmer; Hilton, Goolwa, Strathalbyn. (38 farmer of Glasgow)-how does this info fit?

!MCLEAN, Mrs Donald nee Christina MCPhee (c1791-9/4/1869) Born Scotland. Died Strathalbyn SA.

!MCLEAN, Allan (c1811-2/9/1890) Born Fort William, Co Inverness, Scotland. Died 24 Labourer from Scotland. m 29/2/1844 Wheatsheaf Inn Mt Barker, Catherine nee Dawson.

!MCLEAN, Ewan ‘Hugh’ (c1814-30/5/1876) Born Fort William, Co Inverness, Scotland. Died Meningie SA. Shepherd from Scotland. Farmer; Strathalbyn. m 15/5/1849 unrecorded Adelaide, Christina Christy nee Black (c1831-//) Died Meningie SA.

!MCLEAN, John (6/2/1816-14/12/1903) Born Fort William, Co Inverness, Scotland. Died Angas Plains SA. Shepherd from Scotland. Farmer; Waterloo Plains, Angas Plains. m (1) 25/9/1845 Chapel Macclesfield, Mary, nee Stacey (c1829-15/11/1872) Born England. Died Angas Plains SA. Father; James (2) 16/4/1874 Groom residence Angas Plains, Elizabeth nee Dixon (c1834-29/11/1907) Born Newchurch, Lancs, England. Died Angas Plains SA. Father; Richard.

!MCLEAN, Mary Maria (//c1818-//1889) Born Fort William, Co Inverness, Scotland. Emigrated as a servant. m (1) 29/9/1840 Holy Trinity Adelaide, Adam Abercrombie, m (2) 25/2/1852 Holy Trinity Adelaide, Duncan MCRae (//c1825-//).

!MCLEAN, Achibald (c1820-31/1/1899) Born Fort William, Co Inverness, Scotland. Died Naracoorte SA. Shepherd from Scotland. Farmer; Belvidere, Strathalbyn, Naracoorte. Presbyterian. m 11/9/1846 Strathalbyn, Ann Soward, nee Janeway (c1828-19/3/1861) Born Coomb, Hants, England. Died Strathalbyn.

!MCLEAN, Ann (//c1822-21/10/1910) Born Fort William, Co Inverness, Scotland. Died Strathalbyn SA, at her residence. Emigrated as a servant. m (1) Robert Leslie, m (2)13/1/1851 Holy Trinity Adelaide, Jeffrey JeffrEYs.

!MCLEAN, Rachel (//c1823-//1908) Born Fort William, Co Inverness, Scotland. Died m ? MCDonald.

!MCLEAN, Margaret (//c1827-//after 1910) Born Fort William, Co Inverness, Scotland. Died m ? Keating, ? Johns

!MCLEAN, Jane (//c1830-//1886) Born Fort William, Co Inverness, Scotland. Died m ? Cheriton.

MCLEAN, Elizabeth (//c1835-//1907) Born Fort William, Co Inverness, Scotland. Died Apparently did not marry.

!MCLEAN, Hugh (//1836-//1921) Is he originally from another family? Little?

!MCKINSTRY, Agnes (c1819-//) Farm servant from Thornliebank, Co Renfrew, Scotland. Not yet identified.

MEYER, Edward Ellis (//-//) Teacher; Mt Gambier, Adelaide. m (1) Eliza Elizabeth, nee Green. m (2) 17/6/1880 North Adelaide, Elizabeth, nee Charters. Confused identification.

MILLAMY, P (//-//) Not yet identified.

!MILLIGAN, John (//c1782-1/5/1852) Died Adelaide SA. Widowed farmer - no address given. Labourer; Adelaide.

MOGER, Edward (?-6/4/1899) Storekeeper; Adelaide (Pirie St) 1845. Brewer, publican; Gumeracha.

!MORAN, Thomas (c1818-//) Born Ireland. Labourer from 21 Stuart St, Liverpool, Lancs, England. Coachsmith; Adelaide, Norwood. Roman Catholic. m 8/1/1845 Adelaide, Elizabeth, nee Fleming.

!MULLANY, James (c1797-1/9/1869) Died Adelaide SA. Labourer and gardener from 13 Stuart St, Liverpool, Lancs, England.

!MULLANY, Mrs James nee Mary ? (c1795-18/11/1872) Died Adelaide SA, at home Gray St, aged 78.

!MULLANY, Patrick (c1829-9/10/1878) Died Adelaide SA. Blacksmith; Adelaide. Attended Old Colonists Banquet 1871. m 6/2/1849 Adelaide, Elizabeth CASSIDY.

MUNRO, William Early (c1814-30/3/1889) Died Adelaide SA. Organist; Adelaide. m Lavinia nee ? (c1833-16/2/1889)

!NASH, William Henry Senr (c1815-//) Cabinetmaker from 55 Margaret St, Wilmington Square, London, Middlesex, England. Law stationer; Adelaide. Anglican. ‘Of good character.’ Dept Tas 1840s.

!NASH, Mrs William nee Mary Ann ? (c1817/-26/8/1849) Died Hobart Tas.

!NASH, daughter (c1833-//) 4.5 Not yet identified.

!NASH, William Henry Junr (//1837-//) Not yet identified.

*NEWENHAM, Charles Burton (25/6/1794-18/11/1887) Born Dublin, Ireland. Died Bath, Somerset, England, at home 12 Pulteney St. 1st Colonial Sheriff; later auctioneer; Adelaide. Lived; Glenelg, Adelaide, Springfield., Mitcham. Retired to Britain 1854. Operated a business of some kind with Henry Watts during 1838. Settled Stone Yard, King William St, Adelaide. Secretary, Greenhill Slate and Flag Quarry Com. His father, William Thomas Newenham, d 23/2/1843 Monkstown, Co Dublin, aged 77; 2nd son of the late Sir Edward Worth Newenham, of Bellcamp House, for many years MP for Co Dublin.

*NEWENHAM, Mrs CB nee Mary Louisa ? perhaps Cobb ?(//c1795-28/3/1880) Died Bath, Somerset, England, at home 40 Pulteney St. DN Observer 15/5/1880 p804b.

*NEWENHAM, Emily Grace (//c1817-18/10/1906) Died Bath, Somerset, England, at home 27 Pulteney St. Obit Observer 1/12/1906 p772c. m 7/7/1853 St Michael Mitcham, Judge Charles Cooper of the SA Supreme Court.

*NEWENHAM, George Cobb (c1820-15/2/1853) Died from drowning, off the SS Sydney Packet, at Moreton Bay Qld. Anglican priest; Adelaide, Pt Adelaide, Blakiston. Controversial career. m 16/2/1852 Darlington Park Chapel, Macquarie River NSW, Lucy, 3d daughter of the late Sherbrooke Gill RN.

*NEWENHAM, Mary Louisa (c1822-28/1/1909) Born Stillorgan, Co Dublin, Ireland. Died SA. m 26/1/1839 Adelaide, Alfred Hardy.

*NEWENHAM, Anna Maria Clarissa (//-//) m 7/6/1845 St John Adelaide, Lieut-Col James Henderson (//-/c5/1903) Died Truro, Cornwall, England. Obit Observer 6/6/1903 p1004c.

*NEWENHAM, Edward Worth (c1834-25/2/1854) Died at sea, in the wreck of the schooner Dolphin, bound from Pt Davey to Hobart Town.

*NEWENHAM, Sydney Frances (//-5/9/1881) Died Launceston Tas, a widow. DN Observer 9/9/1881 p504b. m 9/12/1852 St John Brisbane Qld, Rev’d HO Irwin, Incumbent of St John, later of Hagley Tas. Youngest d.

!NICHOLLS, Worthy Worthington George Arthur (//c1807-13/2/1849) Died Black Forest SA, by suicide. Bricklayer from 4 Frederick St, Hampstead Rd, Middlesex, England. Bricklayer, water carrier, carrier, journalist, temperance hotel keeper; Adelaide (Hindley St)

!NICHOLLS, Mrs WWGA (//c1806-//) Not yet identified.

!NICHOLLS, daughter (//c1831-//) Not yet identified.

!NICHOLLS, daughter (//c1833-//) Not yet identified.

!NICHOLLS, daughter (//c1837-//) Not yet identified.

NIXON, Henry (c1805-12/4/1843) Died Adelaide SA, at home, North Tce, ‘after a painful and lingering illness, brought on in a great measure by his severe and active exertions whilst exploring the country’. Assistant Surveyor, former Adjutant of the 96th Foot Regiment, a member of the emigration department, employee of the firm of Light, Finniss & Co Surveyors; Adelaide. Some relative, possibly a brother, to Assistant Surveyor Frederick Nixon of Mt Barker - did he come out on the same vessel? Henry Nixon was the Secretary of the newly-established SA Club, formed in 1838. ‘His remains were followed to the grave in the public Cemetery on Thursday morning by the officers and detachment of HM 96th Regiment, where they were interred with military honours’.

NIXON, Mrs Henry nee Eliza Maria ? perhaps Browne ?? (//-//) Not yet identified.

NIXON, Henry Kempt Browne (c1833-15/10/1861) Mounted constable; Mt Barker. m 22/11/1855 St James Blakiston, Emma nee Field.

NORMAN, Edward (//-//) Not yet identified.

PAGE, Mrs R nee Constable (//-//) is this the wife of RW Page, bootmaker, North Adelaide?

!PAINE, Thomas (c1810-//) Farm labourer from 10 Mews, Bexley Heath, Kent, England. Anglican. Farmer; Reedbeds perhaps Brownhill Creek 1847? then Carrier; Pt Adelaide. Possibly identified.

!PAINE, Mrs Thomas nee Elizabeth GRIMWOOD (c1809-//) Possibly identified.

!PAINE, Elizabeth (//1835-//1841) Not yet identified.

!PEGLAR, Enoch (c1814-8/3/1838) Died Adelaide SA, from an attack by Aborigines. Labourer from no address given. Labourer; Adelaide. Anglican.

!PERRIN, Eliza (c1822-19/8/1839) Born Kingscote, Glos, England. Died Hindmarsh SA.Servant. m 6/5/1839 Adelaide, John Corney. Was she a sister to John Perrin, passenger KSF?

!QUINN, James (c1819-29/12/1897) Born Newry, Co Down, Ireland. Died Glen Osmond SA. Nailsmith from 48 New Place, Calton

Tailor, brickmaker, farmer; Adelaide, Hindmarsh, Glen Osmond, Inverbrackie (later Elderslie), Yankalilla, Kapunda, Glen Osmond. Pulling hand Hagen, Baker & Hart Whale Fisheries Co 1845.

Built small cottage c1845, opp Big Tree, Glen Osmond. Prospered at Vic diggins early 1850s. Probably a SA Company tenant farmer at Inverbrackie; bought own farm with gold proceeds. Anglican.

!QUINN, Mrs James nee Elizabeth ? (c1819-14/12/1906)

!RAINS, William (//c1813-//) Labourer from Little Addington, Northants, England. Attended Old Colonists Banquet 1871. Baker; Adelaide. Not yet identified.

!RAINS, Mrs William (//c1815-//) Not yet identified.

!RANDALL/RANDELL, William (c1807-//) Carpenter from Bexley Heath, Kent, England. Not yet identified.

!RANDALL/RANDELL, Mrs William (c1807-//) Not yet identified.

!RANDALL/RANDELL, son (c1831-//) Not yet identified. Possibly Henry Randell who died cNov 1895 in hospital Queanbean NSW, after a short illness. Observer 14/12/1895 p29a.

!RANKINE, Robert (c1811-11/3/1896) Born England. Died Pine Creek SA. Labourer from Castle Toward???. Labourer; Adelaide, then Farmer; Mt Crawford, Freeling, Redbanks, Linwood, Stockport, Pine Creek. Presbyterian. Was this the couple who looked after the SA Cattle Company dairy at Echunga? Perhaps FREW, James farmer Fullarton; in partnership with John Rankine on the River Angas; and with James Whyte and Robert Rankine at Mt Crawford, as stockholders and farmers, insolvent 1844. m (2) 27/8/1868 Bride’s brother-in-law John Brock’s residence Redbanks, Mrs William Woodhead nee Margaret Baird.

!RANKINE, Mrs Robert nee Isabella Gardner (c1806-15/5/1868)

!REYNARD, George (c1813-21/3/1886) Died Norwood SA. Carpenter from Coldblow Lane, London, Middlesex, England. Carpenter; Norwood. m 29/12/1842 Adelaide, Anna Maria nee Baye. No family.

RILEY, Ezra (//-//) Not yet identified.

!ROCHE, Mary (c1819-//) Tailoress from King Edward Place, Birmingham, Co Warwick, England. Not yet identified.

!ROGERSON, Martin (c1808-//) Gardener from Reading, Berks, England. Carpenter; Adelaide (TA 128 Currie St) then Farmer; Bexley on the Sturt 1846. Possibly a brother to Mrs BT FINNISS?? Not yet identified.

!ROGERSON, Mrs Martin nee Catherine ? (c1807-//) Not yet identified.

SCOTT, Joseph (c1819-//) Shepherd; Adelaide, Mt Templeton. Presbyterian. m Janet, nee Stewart.

!SCRATCHLEY, Fanny ? (//c1815-//) House servant from Horsley, Glos, England. m (2) 19/3/1838, sailor Joseph Bladon. ‘Fanny is married to one of the mariners [Joseph Bladon]; silly girl, she might have done better.’

!SCRATCHLEY, Samuel (//c1816-//1837) Died at sea. Labourer from Nailsworth, Glos, England.

!SIMMONDS, Jane (//c1808-//) Widowed dairywoman from 48 Castle St, Leicester Square, Middlesex, England. m 1/1/1838 Adelaide, Joseph Hill.

!SIMMONDS, son (c1826-?) Not yet identified.

!SIMMONDS, son (c1829-?) Not yet identified.

!SIMMONDS, daughter (c1832-?) Not yet identified.

!SMITH, Hibernia (c1808-//) Mariner & seaman from 44 Waterloo Road, Liverpool, Lancs, England.

!SMITH, Mrs Hibernia (c1816-//) Not yet identified.

!SMITH, son (c1836-7-//) Not yet identified.

STEPHENS/STEVENS, James (//-//) Not yet identified. Likely to be James Andrew Stevens. Attended Old Colonists Banquet 1871.

STERLING, James (//-//) Not yet identified.

!TAYLOR, Rosina (c1816-9/12/1896) Born St Pancras, Middlesex, England. Died Adelaide SA. House servant from 22 Perry St, Somers Town, Middlesex, England. m 19/2/1839 Adelaide, John Afford.

!TEAKLE, David (22/6/1810-16/9/1895) Born Stroud, Glos, England. Died Mt Barker SA. Cloth weaver from ? . Labourer; Adelaide then Carrier; Alberton, Findon, then Farmer; Findon, Noarlunga, then Builder; Mt Barker. Anglican, Baptist. Attended Old Colonists Banquet 1871. m (2) 26/10/1840 Adelaide, Mary Ann nee Sanders.

!TEAKLE, Mrs David nee Martha Pegler (c1811-21/12/1838) Died SA.

!TEAKLE, Enoch (c1807-//) Labourer from England. Labourer; Walkerville, Adelaide then Storekeeper; Adelaide, Hindmarsh. m (2) 15/2/1838, Hannah Watts.

!TEAKLE, Mrs Enoch (c1807-//) Not yet identified. Did she die soon after arrival in SA??? Perhaps she died at sea???

!TEAKLE, Joseph (c1813-//) Born Co Glos, England. Labourer; Hindmarsh. Anglican. To Vic goldfields cJan 1852 – had not been heard of August 1854 Observer 26/8/1854 p364c.

!TEAKLE, Mrs Joseph nee Mary SCRATCHLEY (//c1813-28/2/1878) Died Hilton SA, at her son-in-law R Norman’s home. Sister to fellow passenger Samuel Scratchley. Thomas, J & R Scratchley also brothers. DN Observer 23/3/1878 p4a.

!TEAKLE, daughter (//c1836-//) Not yet identified.

!THORPE, Robert Walter (2/6/1813-5/6/1870) Born London, Middlesex, England. Died Norwood SA. Blacksmith from 21 Collingwood St, London. Blacksmith, brickmaker; Parklands, Kensington, Norwood. Anglican.

!THORPE, Mrs Robert nee Margaret Sarah Marston (31/1/1812-24/7/1903) Born London, Middlesex, England. Died Kensington SA. Obit Observer 1/8/1903 p701a.

!THORPE, Sarah Ann (10/12/1835-9/8/1923) Born Greenwich, Kent, England. Died Kensington SA. m 28/8/1854 Holy Trinity Adelaide, Christian George SALTER (//c1831-//) Not yet identified.

TODD, Mary Ann nee Roach (//-//) Is this Mary Roche the tailoress?

!TOZER, John Pinson (c1816-//) Watch and clock maker from Chudleigh, Devon, England. Watch and clock maker; Adelaide. Became a bankrupt in Dec 1838. Not yet identified. Did he return to England in 1844? Likely to be a brother to Mrs Lane of Gawler. Her father, JH Tozer, died 16/11/1867 14 Albert House, Torquay, Devon.

!TOZER, Mrs JP (c1816-//) Not yet identified.

!WALLIS, Thomas Edward Senr (c1807-3/1/1887) Died Adelaide SA. Labourer from 2 Bloom St, Stepney, Middlesex, England. Labourer, bullock driver; North Adelaide (Archer St), Springton. Anglican. Biog Observer 28/9/1878 p2f.

!WALLIS, Mrs TE nee Sarah ALLEN (c1800-1806-22/1/1869) Died Adelaide SA.

!WALLIS, Ann (c1826-13/11/1901) Died North Adelaide SA. m 26/2/1846 Holy Trinity Adelaide, William HARRISON

!WALLIS, Mary Ann (c1828-//) m 17/8/1848 Holy Trinity Adelaide, James VIVIAN. Settled; Tungkillo. Not yet identified.

!WALLIS, Sarah (c1831-1/11/1901) Died Harrogate SA. m 23/10/1854 Holy Trinity Adelaide, John WINCH (//c1826-14/6/1897) Died Parkside SA. Carpenter & shepherd; Mt Pleasant, Blackheath, then Balhannah. Not yet identified.

!WALLIS, Thomas Edward Junr (//1837-//1840)

!WALLIS, William (//c1819-//) Labourer from 5 New Road, St George in the East, London, Middlesex, England. Lost right arm in an accident by 1852. Connected with Mr LINN soapmaker Hindmarsh Observer 4/9/1852 p289b. Not yet identified.

!WALSH, Martin (c1809-//) Shepherd from Castle Bow?, Co Mayo, Ireland. Not yet identified. Perhaps left SA early.

!WALSH, Mrs Martin (c1811-//) Not yet identified.

!WARD, William (c1818-//) Carpenter & plasterer from 21 Noble St, Wilmington Square, London. Not yet identified.

*WATTS, Henry (c1797-25/4/1862) Born England. Died Macclesfield SA. 1st SA Postmaster-General, soldier, farmer; Fiodh Doune St Marys (Sections 63, 82, 118), Marryatville, Macclesfield. H Watts went into business with fellow passenger CB Newenham, which folded in Sep 1838. Donated a site for the Marion Wesleyan Chapel. It is said that the Watts emigrated 1838 Dumfries - impossible, as the vessel came in 1839 and H Watts had been appointed PM-General in Dec 1838.

*WATTS, Mrs Henry nee Hannah Conway (26/8/1787-31/1/1886) Born Dublin, Ireland. Died Marryatville SA. A childless marriage. Sister to fellow passenger Fanny Conway. Biog Observer 21/4/1923 p876b

WICKES, Jemima (//-//) m 26/2/1838 Adelaide, James John Rudd ‘married a shingle splitter in the mountains’

!WICKES, Phœbe (//-//) Servant from Newmarket. m 22/3/1838 Adelaide, William Wright ‘married a Captain Wright, and is living at Encounter Bay; she has married well’

!WHILEY, Sarah (c1807-//) Servant to Henry Nixon. Had been with the family for 7 years. Public Laundress; Adelaide.

!WOOLMAN, Henry (c1795-19/10/1879) Died Alberton SA. Sailmaker from Nightingale Building, Limehouse, Middlesex, England.

!WOOLMAN, Mrs Henry nee Margery ? (c1803-//) Not yet identified.

!WOOLMAN, Daniel (c1825-//) Not yet identified.

!WOOLMAN, Hannah (c1827-19/6/1878) m 23/1/1843 Adelaide, Israel Mazey.

!WOOLMAN, Peter (c1833-//) Not yet identified.

!WOOLMAN, Stephen (c1835-//) Alberton. Roman Catholic. m Bridget Carmody. Not yet identified.