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Transcribed and submitted to TheShipsList by Robert Janmaat, Adelaide, from a variety of sources, cited below.
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ship Charlotte Gladstone, 1,303 tons, Captain Daniel Fraser, from Liverpool 17th February, Plymouth 17th March, 1866 arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 16th June 1866

The South Australian Advertiser, Monday 18 June 1866 p. 2

Sunday 17 June :— Charlotte Gladstone, ship, 1,303 tons, D. Fraser, master, from Liverpool February 17 via Plymouth March 17. Elder, Smith & Co., agents.
Passengers—Dr. S. Leonard Crane (Surgeon-Superin
tendent), in the cabin ; and 443 Government emigrants in the steerage:

. . . . — 4th ship from England to S.A. with government passengers for 1866 ; —5— births and —-9— deaths on the passage ; S. Leonard Crane, surgeon-superintendent.
Lloyds Register
Master:  Captain F. Fraser (1868-69); Captain B.J. White (1869-1870); Captain J. Fox (1870-1871) 
Rigging:  Ship; sheathed in felt and yellow metal in 1869 
Tonnage:  1,304 tons 
Dimensions:  192.5 feet long, 38.7 foot beam and holds 24 feet deep 
Construction:  1865, Fisher in New Brunswick; repairs to damages in 1869 
Owners:  A.Fotheringham (1868-1869); Shaw, Savill & Co. (1869-1871) 
Port of registry:  London 
Port of survey:  Plymouth (1868-1869); London (1870) 
Voyage:  sailed for Australia (1868-1869); New Zealand (1870)
The Passenger List indicates the class of Emigrants, so in the list below, I have combined those lists, but have made notations alongside the family name, thus, Assisted Passage = AP ; Colonial Nominees = CN ; General Emigrants = GE ; General Passengers = GP ; Passage Paid = PP ; Remittance Emigrants = RE. — Robert
The South Australian Advertiser, Monday 18 June 1866 p. 2
Cargo of the Charlotte Gladstone, from Liverpool 180 boxes soap, Order ; 1 box, W. Eartley ; 83,152 fire bricks, 100 tons coal, Proprietors Wallaroo Mines ; 35 tons coal, 223 bdls. wire, J. Gurr ; 200 brls. beer, Philip Levi and Co. ; 550 bags salt, 10 tons rock salt, Order ; 16,200 slates, J. Bobin and Co. ; 937 bars, 60 bdls. iron, 105 bdls. hoops, 5 casks, 3 cases, J. Colton and Co ; 600 bdls. wire, Pearce, Wincey, and Co. ; 5 packages, machinery, 43 cases galvanized iron, 510 bdls. wire, Order ; 2,l3 Bars, 226 bdls. wire, G. P. Harris ; 1,280 bars, 140 bdls. iron, P. Santo ; 10 qr.casks whisky, 1 boiler, 3 cases, 1 wheel, Order ; 1 bale, 5 cases, P. Falk and Co. ; 600 pipe-staves, P. Santo ; 14 bdls. tubes, 7 crates, 11 hhds., 2 cases, 9 qr.casks, Order ; 50 cases, 6 packets. 10 hhds., 10 brls., 12 qr.-casks, 40 casks, 10 tanks, J. Darwent ; 55 crates, 743 cases, 18 hhds., 32 bdls., 154 brls., C. Jacobs ; 13 casks, 823 pkgs., 1 case, E. Spicer ; 10,860 boards, Elder, Smith, and Co ; 7 cases, J. Downing.
Miscellaneous Shipping

The Charlotte Gladstone is a fine commanding American-built ship of 1,303 tons, which has made a good passage of 98 days. On leaving the land some very bad weather dissipated all hopes of making a very rapid voyage, but, nevertheless, she crossed the line on the 10th April, and passed the Cape on May 5.
During the very stormy weather encountered in running down the easting occasionally the hatches were battened down, and on one occasion the vessel was run before a strong southerly gale for several days. Indeed, the master, who has been 35 years at sea, never before experienced such a prevalence of violent gales throughout the entire voyage. The first of any importance set in on March 15, and lasted without intermission for four days. On March 28 passed the Island of Palma, and on the 31st an eclipse of the moon was noted in the log. The next month's progress was not very brilliant, for on April 20 she was off the Martin Vasse Rocks, and after rounding the Cape on the 10th she had a perfect hurricane of wind, which lasted several days. Thus, during the whole month, it continued most tempestuous, especially on nearing the Leeuwin, but subsequently she was delayed by light variables ; and this is the more remarkable as the weather here has been the contrary, and the reports from King George's Sound are the same. At any rate this has prevented a rapid run in, but the pilot boarded on Sunday morning early, and made signal for steam, which was answered by the tug's prompt attendance, and at sundown she was towed over the outer bar.

The South Australian Register, Monday 18 June 1866 p. 3

The above ship is a capital specimen of the Commissioner's selection, and there can be no doubt but that it is preferable to pay a little more to secure such spacious 'tween decks and ample recreation surface, although in this case those matters have not entirely prevented the appearance of sickness. She is a new vessel on the first voyage, commanded by Captain Fraser, and superintended by Dr. Crane, whose long experience in the transport of people eminently qualifies him for the post. His task on the present occasion has been rather more onerous than usual, from hooping-cough existing when the ship left Plymouth. There were but two mild cases, but unfortunately the epidemic was communicated to others, and a large number were treated for the same, five of whom died, and the remainder had partially recovered, leaving but two on the Surgeon's list on arrival. In consequence of this the Assistant Health Officer forbade communication till Dr. Duncan's visit of inspection ; and with praiseworthy zeal for the service, that gentleman was early in attendance and mustered the people. From the surgeon's and master's opinion, with the general appearance of the immigrants, some slight idea may be formed of their suitability for colonial purposes ; and it is but fair to remark on the good order and observance of routine manifested. This resulted from stringency at commencement, which ripened into cheerful obedience at the close. By far the majority are assisted passage certificate holders, imported to the order of friends here, and doubtless many recognitions of familiar faces will occur in the course of the day, for it is unlikely any quarantine regulations will be enforced. The cleanliness in the single females' department is very creditable to the feminine part of the floating community, and the same will apply to the married folks, though the number of juveniles is rather against its remaining in strict order long. The single men have more space than any others, for on the stowage of the hammocks the apartment extends from side to side without obstruction. As regards the distiller and ventilator, Dr. Crane is in favour of both, but recognises the necessity of some modification in the latter, in order more thoroughly to clear the 'tween decks from impure air. Subjoined are the names of the immigrants :—

English. James, Louisa, Elizabeth, Louisa, James, Emma, and Frederick Allen, Jesse, Elizabeth, Adeline, Rosalinde, and Sylvia Aubris, Mary J. Bailey, William Benny, Richard Best, William, Elizabeth, Annie, Samuel, William, and Kate Biles, Isaac, Mary J., and Ellen J. Blackmore, Eli Hannah, Sarah, and James Bradbury, Samuel Brand, George, Ann, and George Butter, James and Rachel Bye, William, Harriet, John, and Daniel Cannon, William, Mary, Sarah, Mary, and William Carnail, Marshall, Martha, Fred., and Benj. Carter, Richard and Emma Carter, William Chapman, Charles Curnow, Thomas, Mary T., and William Clarke, Thomas and Selina Davis, Richard Dawe, Miss E. Duffey, Edward, Mary, Ann, Mary, Bertha, and Edward Dingle, James, Emma, James, and Jane Draper, Mark and Sarah Fishlock, Eliza Forrestall, Sarah Forster, Alice Foskett, Lewin, Mary, George, and Anne E. Fry, William George, George, Hope, Edith, and Annie Gibbons, Stephen, Mary A., and Anne Gibbons, Anne Gingall, Thomas Guest, William, Elizabeth, Mary A., and Elizabeth Harris,   John and Margaret Harvie, John Hatherby, George and Mary Hearny, Mark N. Hillier, Emanuel, Caroline, Eliza, Elizabeth, Ketty, and Angelina Hellier, Charles and Mary Higgs, Joseph Honniball, John Ingram, David Jones, Joseph Kingston, John Knight. George Lane, Sarah A. Lanthias, Anna Lee, Jane McKeon, Thomas, Charlotte, and Ernest Matthews, Wm. Medland, Daniel Megins, Wm. Merrifield, Richard Nicholls, Henry Osmond, Thomas Page, William Parsons, James Raines, Anty Retallach, James and Alfred Richards, William and Susan Rodda, William G. Roskilly, John, Anna, Sarah, William, Fanny, John, Asenok, and Elijah Smart, Charles Smith, Richard Sahey, John Stocker, Edward Townsend, Thomas Tripconey, Thomas Tuckey. Harry Turpin, Mary A. Welsford, Chas. Wheeler, Mary. A. Wilcocks, Sophia, William, Mary, and Mary Williams.
Scotch. Mary J., George, and Robert Anderson, Roderick and Catherine Beaton, William Cameron, Donald Campbell, Ann Campbell, Wm. Fraser, Louis Grant, Alexander Gullard, Robert Hardie, Thomas McDonald, John McKenzie, William Moir, Thomas, Elizabeth, Agnes, and Christina Robertson. Thomas Robertson, Hugh Ross, Mary Ross, Thos. Russell, Albert, Margaret, and Jessie Skirving, John Souter, Jane Stoudart, James Sutherland, William Taylor, Wm. Turnbull, James Watson.
Irish. — Sarah and Elizabeth Abbott, Mary A. Aitchison, Henry and John Allan, Ellen, William, and Hamilton Armstrong, Johanna Bannan, Robert Breaden, Johanna Brown, William Burns.   Mary, Bridget, and Margaret Casey, Mary, Catherine, and Margaret Casey, Edmund Casey, William and James Casey, Betchley Cerry, Catherine Comerford. Michael Comerford, Bridget Considine, Mich. Consadine, Mary Conway, Bridget Crowe, Ann Culhiran, Bridget Currnean, James Daly, Maria Daly, John and Daniel Daly, Pat Dillon, Francis Dillon, Mary Dillon, Johanna and Mary Dillon. Pat Doulan, Mich Donnellan, John Donoghue, Honora Doody, William Dowler, Mary A. Eagan, Elizabeth and Anne Eakins. Sarah Eakins, Alexander and James Eakins, Pat Egan. T. J. Ewart, Margaret Farrell, T. Farrell, Mich Farty, Thomas Flanagan. Elizabeth and Margaret Fleming, Peter, Catherine. Mich., Mary, and John Francis. John Francis, Margaret Francis, John and Connor Francis, Kate Francis, Pat, Honora, John, Mich., and Mary Francis, Pat Grady, Eilen Giltemane, Thomas Gleeson, Ellen Green, Mary A. and Margaret Greer, James, Mary. Henry, and Emily Greer, John Greinason, Mary Guthrie, Bridget Guthrie, Edward Halloran. James Hanlan, Mich. Healy, Bridget Healy, Hannah Healy, Bridget Hebir, John and Pat. Hebir, William Henderson, Jane Henderson, Mary Hogan. Thomas Hogan, Margaret Howard, Mary Hynes, Sarah Hynes, William and John Jones, Samuel A. Jones, James and John Keane, Bridget Keef, Anne Keogh, John Keogh, Robert and Thomas Kemp, Elizabeth Kemp, Biddy Kerin. Michael and Margaret Kerin, Dennis and Michael Kerin, James Kerr, Margaret Kiely, Honora Kitt, Ellen and Johanna Leary, Cornelius Leary, Pat. Lee, Mary Lineham, Martin and Mary Lineham, Pat Lunard, Thomas Lucas, Mary Lynch, John, Ellen, John, and James Lynch, James and Catherine Lynch, Margaret Lyons, Pat. and Michael Lyons, Rose Mackill, Pat. Madden. John Madjan, Catherine Mann, Bridget Markham, John McGrath. Mary, Bridget, Catherine, and Catherine McMahon, Julia McGrath, Betty McGaun, Anorah McCormick, Rose McNally. Mich., James, and Pat. McMahon, Thomas Molan, Thomas Moloney, Mary Molloy, Margaret and Margaret Morrissey, Margaret Morissey, Alice Mullen, James, John, and Pat. Murphy, Thomas Murphy, Julia, Margaret, and John Murphy, John, Harriet, Cornelius, Maurice, and Eliza Murphy, Ann O'Brien, William O'Brien. Margaret O'Brien, Mick O'Connell, Edmund O'Donnell. Margaret O'Donnell, Kate O'Loughlin, Terence, John, Thomas, Pat, and John O'Loughlin, Mary O'Neil, Ellen Paterson, Joshua, Mary A., George, William, Ellen, and Eliza Pratt, Bridget Ready, James Ready, John Roach, Bridget Rodgers, Pat. Russell, Margaret Ryan, John, Mick, and Timothy Ryan, Thomas Ryan, James, Martha, Catherine, Thomas, and James Shannon, John and Margaret Sheahan, Bridget, Helen, and Margaret Sheady, Dennis and Margaret Sheady, James and John Sheady, Mick, Mary, John, Pat. Kate, and Mick Shein, James, Isabella, and John Stevenson, Ann Stokes, Michael Stokes, John Stimon, Thomas Sweeney, Bridget Sweeney, Sally Tierney, Thomas Tilson, Catherine Torney, Robert Tweedy, Mary Welsh, Johanna and Hannah Whelan, Nancy, Margaret Bridget, Kate, and Ann Whelan, Hannah and Mary Whelan, Dominick Whelan, Pat, Margaret Catherine, and Mary White, John Wilson, and John Woods.

English 151, Scotch 31, Irish 261

Married men, 42 ; married women, 43 ; single men, 155 ; single women, 129.
between 1 to 12:— Boys, 31 ; girls, 35.
under 1:— Boys, 6 ; girls, 2.
Total, 443— equal to
402 statute adults.

GRG 35/48/2 Crown lands and Immigrant ships papers
Surgeon Superintendent report.
" Deaths on the voyage"
Name Age Date of Death Cause of Death Where buried
Anderson, Robert 1 March 27th, 1866 Bronchitis at sea
Francis, John inf April, 8th, 1866 Whooping cough at sea
Mathews, Ernest inf May 1st, 1866 Whooping cough at sea
Skirving, Jessie 1 May 2nd, 1866 Whooping cough at sea
Francis, Mary 2 May 7th, 1866 Whooping cough at sea
Gibbons, Annie 1 May 23rd, 1866 Whooping cough at sea
Higgs, Mary 20 May 29th, 1866 Cachexia at sea
Lynch, James inf June 18th, 1866 Whooping cough  
Pratt, Ellen 5 June 18th, 1866 Whooping cough  
Surgeon Superintendent Report "Births on Board"
Name of Mother   Date of Birth Sex of Infant  
Shein [Sheridan], Mary   March 27th, 1866 male  
Blackmore, Mary Jane   April 20th, 1866 male  
Skirving, Margaret   May 5th, 1866 female ! [male]  
White, Margaret   June 10th, 1866 male  
Dingle, Mary   June 17th, 1866 female  

note: where maiden name of wife is indicated, it has been included in the given name column within ( ) ; the passenger list comprises three sections arranged alphabetically, i families, ii single men, iii single women & children ; transcriber notes

Names Age Occupation B-index BMD Residence Remarks
  Last Given
GE Allen James 43 Labourer 17/3   Wells St Cuthbert Out, Somerset  
    Louisa (Duckett) 43          
    Elizabeth 15          
    Louisa 14          
    James 10          
    Emma 7          
    Frederick 4          
GE Averis Jesse 25 Labourer 47/3   Holwell, Oxfordshire  
    Elizabeth (Watts) 24          
    Adaline Ann 4          
    Elizabeth Rosalinda 2          
    Sylvia inf          
GE Beaton Roderick 34 Labourer 103/1   Inverness  
    Catherine (McLachlin) 21          
GE Blackmore Isaac 30 Labourer 129/3   Somerset married, Camelford Cornwall
    Mary Jane (Bone) 28          
    Ellen 1          
    male inf         born at sea, April 20th
GE Biles William 39 Labourer -   Milborne St Andrew, Dorset  
    Elizabeth Mary (Biles) 35          
    Annie 10          
    Samuel John 9          
    William Edward 3          
    Kate Maria 1          
GE Butler George 44 Labourer 214/3   Basingstoke, Hampshire  
    Ann (Wheeler) 45          
    George 4          
GE Bye James 23 Labourer 219/2   Basingstoke, Hampshire  
    Rachel (Gibbons) 22         sister of George & Stephen
GE Camm William 26 Labourer 235/1   Chipping Sudbury, Gloucester  
    Harriett (Grafton) 23          
    John 3          
    Daniel Thomas inf          
GE Carnell William 26 Labourer 240/1   Honiton, Devon  
    Mary Susan (Sellers) 27          
    Sarah 4          
    Mary Susan 2          
    William John 1          
GE Carter Marshall 24 Labourer 245/1   Aylesbury, Buckingham  
    Martha (Hicks) 23          
    Frederick 2          
    Benjamin inf          
GE Carter Richard 21 Carman -   Marylebone London, Middlesex  
    Emma Jane (Smith) 20          
GE Clarke Thomas 31 Bootmaker 280/3   Middlesex  
    Mary Elizabeth 30          
    William Henry 8          
GE Davies Thomas 22 Labourer 379/3   Penzance, Cornwall  
    Selina (Allen) 24          
GE Dingle Edward 43 Labourer 406/1   Pelynt, Cornwall  
    Mary (Skinner) 35          
    Ann Elizabeth 14          
    Mary 7          
    Bertha 4          
    Edward 2          
    Charlotte Gladstone inf         born at sea, 17th June 1866
GE Draper James 25 Labourer 427/3   Basingstoke, Hampshire  
    Emma (Cox) 27          
    James 4          
    Jane 1          
GE Fishlock Mark 25 Labourer 504/1   Caine, Wiltshire  
    Sarah (Kirton) 28          
RE Francis Patrick 38 Labourer 527/1   Clare  
    Honora 34          
    John 12          
    Michael 9          
    Mary 6          
PP Francis Peter 28 Labourer 527/1   Clare  
    Catherine (O'Dea) 25          
    Michael 4          
    Mary 2         died at sea, May 7th 1866
    John inf         died at sea, April 8th 1866
GE Fry Lewin 25 Labourer 537/1   Malmesbury, Wiltshire  
    Mary (Young) 21          
    George 1          
    Anne Elizabeth inf          
GE Gibbons George 23 Labourer 563/3   Basingstoke, Hampshire brother of Stephen, and Rachel (Gibbons) Bye
    Hope (Hill) 24          
    Edith 2          
    Annie 1         died at sea, May 23rd 1866
GE Gibbons Stephen 26 Labourer 563/3   Basingstoke, Hampshire brother of George, and Rachel (Gibbons) Bye | to Victoria before 1883
    Mary Ann (Lambdin) 23          
    Annie Laura 2          
RE Greer James 51 - 615/1   Derry with family
    Mary (Shaw) 45          
    Henry 12          
    Emily 10          
GE Harris William 42 Labourer 681/2   Gloucester  
    Elizabeth 43          
    Mary A. 9          
    Elizabeth 7          
GE Harvey John 27 Miner 692/3   Redruth, Cornwall  
    Margaret (Eathorne) 30          
GE Hellier Emanuel 29 Labourer 716/1   Ottery, Devon with family
    Caroline (Page) 43          
    Eliza Ann 12          
    Elizabeth Jane Hilda Page 5          
    Hetty Henrietta Caroline 3          
GE Higgs Charles 23 Labourer 735/3   Cirencester, Gloucester  
    Mary Ann (Newcombe ?) 20         died at sea, May 29th 1866
RE Kerin Michael 44 Labourer 900/3   Clare with family
    Margaret (Kain) 38          
PP Linehan Martin 50 Labourer -   Limerick with family
    Mary 42          
RE Lynch James 48 Labourer 991/1   Cork  
    Catherine 47          
RE Lynch John 26 Labourer -   Limerick  
    Ellen 25          
    John 1          
    James inf         died in port, June 18th 1866
GE Mathews Thomas 23 Gardener 1036/3   Penzance, Cornwall Thomas Harvey Mathews ?
    Charlotte (Uren) 23         Charlotte Dimond (Uren) ?
    Edward inf         died at sea, May 1st 1866
RE Murphy John 28 Labourer 1154/2   Cork  
    Hannah 35          
    Eliza 3          
    Cornelius 2          
    Maurice 1          
RE Pratt Joseph 38 Labourer 1307/1   Cavan  
    Mary Ann (West) 26          
    George 9          
    William 7          
    Ellen 5         died in port, June 18th 1866
    Eliza 2          
GE Rodda William Taylor 25 Labourer 1374/2   Penzance, Cornwall  
    Susan (Martin) 25          
GE Robertson Thomas 44 Teacher / Tailor ? 1268/3   Cupar, Fifeshire  
    Elizabeth (Caverly) 45          
    Thomas 14          
    Agnes R. 12          
    Christiana 6          
RE Shannon James 25 Labourer 1468/3   Donegal  
    Martha (Mcillerney) 24          
    Catherine 7          
    Thomas 6          
    James 3          
    John inf          
PP Sheady Denis 49 Labourer 1473/1   Clare  
    Margaret 49          
RE Sheridan Michael 32 Labourer 1479/1   Clare  
    Mary (O'Grady) 28          
    John 8          
    Patrick 5          
    Kate 3          
    Michael 1          
    male inf         born at sea, March 27th 1866
GE Skirving Albert 26 Labourer 1495/3   Aberdeen Alfred Skirving
    Margaret (Mitchell) 26          
    Jessie 1         died at sea, May 2nd 1866
    Charles Gladstone inf         born at sea, May 6th 1866
GE Smart John 37 Labourer 1500/1   Highworth, Wiltshire  
    Ann Maria (Eggleton) 41          
    Sarah Ann 15          
    William 13          
    Fanny Maria 11          
    John 7          
    Asenath Ann 3          
    Elijah 2          
RE Stevenson James 27 Labourer 1547/1   Derry  
    Isabella (Cunningham) 25          
    John 1          
AP White Patrick 25 Labourer 1701/3   Galway  
    Margaret (Hogan) 21          
    Margaret 5          
    Catherine 3          
    Mary 1          
    male inf         born at sea, June 10th 1866
Names Age Occupation B-index BMD Residence Remarks
  Last Given
Single Men & child
RE Allan Henry 27 Labourer 15/3   Limerick  
RE Allan John 22 Labourer 15/3   Limerick  
RE Armstrong Hamilton 18 Labourer 37/1   Fermanagh  
RE Armstrong William 22 Labourer 37/3   Fermanagh  
RE Benney William 18 Miner -   Cornwall  
GE Best Richard 23 Labourer 120/3   St. Dennis, Cornwall  
RE Bradbury Eli 21 Tweeter 160/1   Oldham, Lancashire with siblings
GE Braund Samuel 18 Ploughman -   Devon  
RE Breaden Robert 24 Farmer 169/2   Cavan  
RE Burns William 32 Farmer 209/2   Cavan  
GE Cameron William 23 Labourer 231/1   Moray  
GE Campbell Donald 27 Labourer 232/1   Forfarshire  
RE Cerry Berthley 21 Farmer -   Clare names ? Bartley Carey ?
RE Casey Edward / Edmund 39 Labourer 247/2   Clare age ? | with family
RE Casey James 22 Baker 247/2   Carlow ?  
RE Casey William 21 Labourer 248/1   Clare with parent
GE Chapman William 19 Labourer 261/2   Lincoln  
RE Comerford Michael 32 Farmer 304/1   Kilkenny  
RE Considine Michael 21 Farmer 309/2   Clare  
RE Crowe John 24 Labourer 350/3   Clare  
GE Curnow Charles 24 Labourer 358/3   Cornwall  
RE Daly Daniel 21 Labourer -   Kings county  
RE Daly James 28 Labourer -   Kilkenny  
RE Daly John 20 Labourer -   Clare  
GE Dawe Richard 22 Miner 285/3   Cornwall  
PP Dillon Francis 45 Labourer 405/1   Carlow  
RE Dillon Patrick 16 Labourer 405/1   Carlow  
RE Donlan Patrick 20 Labourer 417/2   Clare  
RE Donnellan Michael 20 Labourer 418/1   Clare  
RE Donohue John 21 Labourer 418/2   Limerick  
PP Dowler William 19 Labourer 424/2   Fermanagh  
RE Eagan Patrick 26 Labourer 448/1   Kings county  
RE Eakins Alexander 21 Labourer 448/2   Cavan  
RE Eakins James 19 Labourer    
RE Ewart Thomas 22 Labourer 477/3   Armagh  
RE Farrell Thomas 25 Labourer 485/3   Tipperary  
RE Farty Michael 19 Labourer 487/2   Clare  
RE Flanagan Thomas 18 Labourer 508/3   Clare  
RE Francis Connor 16 Labourer 526/1   Clare  
RE Francis John 18 Labourer    
PP Francis John 56 Labourer    
GE Fraser William 24 Labourer 530/1   Moray  
RE Gleeson Thomas 23 Labourer 576/3   Clare  
PP Grady Patrick 48 Labourer 599/3   Clare  
GE Grant Lewis 20 Labourer 604/2   Forfarshire  
RE Grimason John 22 Labourer 622/1   Armagh  
GE Guest Thomas 31 Gardener 627/3   Middlesex  
GE Gulland Alexander 17 Engineer 628/2   Edinburgh  
GE Gurge William 18 Labourer 630/1   Warwick  
RE Halloran Edward 24 Labourer 652/3   Clare  
GE Hanniball Joseph 17 Labourer -   Wiltshire  
RE Hanlan James 18 Labourer 663/1   Cork  
AP Harvie Robert 23 Labourer 692/2   Ayrshire  
GE Hatherley John 19 Ploughman 695/2   Devon  
RE Healy Michael 27 Labourer 706/3   Clare  
GE Hearny George 21 Collar maker 708/1   Kent  
RE Hehir John 22 Labourer 711/2   Clare  
RE Hehir Patrick 4 child 711/2   Clare  
GE Hellier Mark Northcott 21 Labourer 716/1   Okehampton, Devon  
RE Henderson William 20 Labourer 719/1   Fermanagh  
RE Hogan Thomas 28 Labourer 760/1   Tipperary  
RE Hynes Patrick 22 Labourer 807/3   Clare  
GE Ingram John 18 Labourer 812/2   Warwick  
GE Jones David 30 Labourer 857/1   Somerset  
RE Jones John 22 Labourer 860/1   Cavan  
RE Jones William 24 Labourer 864/2   Cavan  
RE Keane James 23 Labourer 878/1   Cork Clare ?
RE Keane John 18 Labourer 878/1   Clare Cork ?
RE Kemp Robert 18 Labourer 891/2   Cavan  
RE Kemp Thomas 18 Labourer 891/2   Cavan  
RE Keogh John 26 Labourer 899/3   Cavan  
RE Kerin Denis 13 Labourer 900/3   Clare with parents
RE Kerin Michael 17 Labourer  
RE Kerr James 24 Labourer 902/2   Tyrone  
GE Kingston Joseph 20 Labourer 913/3   Somerset  
GE Knight John 20 Labourer 927/2   Devon  
GE Lane George 18 Labourer -   Gloucester  
RE Leary Cornelius 25 Labourer -   Kings county  
RE Lee Patrick 23 Labourer -   Clare  
RE Linnard Patrick 22 Labourer -   Clare  
RE Lucas Thomas 20 Labourer -   Clare  
RE Lyons Michael 20 Labourer -   Clare  
RE Lyons Patrick 22 Labourer -   Clare  
RE Madden Patrick 20 Labourer 997/2   Clare  
RE Madigan John 20 Labourer 999/1   Clare  
RE Maloney Thomas 20 Labourer 1008/2   Clare  
GE McDonald Thomas 23 Shepherd -   Ross & Cromarty  
RE McGrath John 35 Labourer -   Clare  
GE McKenzie John 23 Labourer -   Aberdeen  
RE McMahon James 21 Labourer -   Clare  
RE McMahon Michael 27 Labourer -   Clare  
RE McMahon Patrick 17 Labourer -   Clare  
GE Medland William 19 Labourer 1090/1   Devon  
GE Megans Daniel 21 Labourer 1091/2   Glamorgan  
GE Merrifield William 23 Mason 1097/3   Devon  
GE Moir William 21 Labourer 1124/2   Scotland  
RE Murphy James 23 Labourer 1153/3   Wicklow  
RE Murphy John 22 Labourer 1154/2   Clare  
RE Murphy Patrick 23 Labourer 1155/2   Clare  
RE Murphy Thomas 21 Labourer 1155/3   Clare  
GE Nicholls Richard 22 Labourer 1183/1   Cornwall  
RE Nolan Thomas 28 Labourer 1191/3   Cork  
RE O'Brien William 20 Labourer 1204/3   Waterford  
RE O'Connell Michael 22 Labourer -   Clare  
RE O'Donnell Edmond 16 Labourer -   Cork  
RE O'Loughlin John 24 Labourer -   Clare  
RE O'Loughlin John 18 Labourer -   Clare  
RE O'Loughlin Patrick 25 Labourer -   Clare  
RE O'Loughlin Terence 18 Labourer -   Clare  
RE O'Loughlin Thomas 25 Labourer -   Clare  
GE Osmond Henry 23 Groom 1223/2   Devon  
GE Page Thomas 21 Labourer 1231/2   Wiltshire  
GE Parsons William 22 Labourer 1243/2   Devon  
GE Raines James 28 Labourer 1327/3   Somerset  
RE Ready James 30 Labourer 1335/2   Clare  
GE Retallack Anthony 20 Labourer 1346/1   Cornwall  
GE Richard Alfred 21 Smith 1349/1   Cornwall  
GE Richard James 22 Engine fitter 1349/3   Cornwall  
RE Roach John 28 Shoemaker 1361/2   Cork  
GE Ross Hugh 21 Labourer 1389/2   Ross & Cromarty  
GE Roskilly William G. 21 Labourer 1388/1   Cornwall  
RE Russell Patrick 22 Labourer 1406/1   Waterford  
GE Russell Thomas 21 Labourer 1406/2   Elgin, Moray  
RE Ryan John 26 Labourer 1410/1   Limerick  
RE Ryan Michael 24 Labourer 1411/1   Limerick  
RE Ryan Thomas 18 Labourer 1412/3   Clare  
RE Ryan Timothy 19 Labourer 1412/3   Limerick  
RE Sheady James 21 Labourer 1473/1   Clare  
RE Sheady John 14 Labourer -   Clare  
GE Smith Charles 25 Labourer -   Dorset  
GE Sobey Richard 21 Labourer -   Cornwall  
GE Souter John 21 Labourer -   Moray  
RE Stanton John 18 Labourer -   Clare  
GE Stocker John 17 Labourer -   Somerset  
RE Stokes Michael 17 Labourer -   Tipperary  
GE Sutherland James 20 Labourer -   Forfarshire  
RE Sweeny Thomas 26 Labourer -   Clare  
RE Taylor William 22 Labourer 1582/3   Ayrshire  
RE Tilson Thomas 19 Labourer -   Cavan  
AP Townsend Edward 18 Cabinet maker 1615/1   Middlesex  
GE Tripcony / Tripconey Thomas 17 Labourer -   St Keverne, Cornwall  
GE Tuckey Thomas 18 Wheewright 1625/3   Warwick  
GE Turnbull William 20 Labourer 1629/1   Moray  
GE Turpin Harry 18 Labourer 1632/3   Devon  
RE Tweedy Robert 29 Labourer 1633/3   Cavan  
GE Watson James 20 Labourer 1682/1   Moray  
GE Wheeler Charles 22 Labourer -   Hampshire  
RE Whelan Dominick 25 Labourer -   Queens county  
GE Williams William 19 Cabinet maker -   Middlesex  
RE Wilson John 20 Labourer -   Cavan  
RE Woods John 21 Labourer 1742/1   Clare  
Single Women & children
RE Abbott Sarah 23 Servant 1/1   Cavan  
RE Abbott Elizabeth 32 Servant     Cavan  
RE Aitcheson Mrs. Mary A. 20 Servant 27/2   Donegal  
RE Allan Mary 20 Servant     Limerick  
RE Armstrong Ellen 25 Servant     Fermanagh  
RE Anderson George 3 child     Fifeshire  
RE Anderson Mary J. 25 Servant      
RE Anderson Robert 1 child     died at sea, March 27th 1866
GE Bailey Mary Jane 23 Cook     Devon  
RE Bannan Johanna 24 Teacher     Tipperary  
RE Bradbury Hannah 36 Servant   160/1 Oldhan, Lancashire with sibling
RE Bradbury James 10 child    
RE Bradbury Sarah 15 Servant   160/2
RE Brown Johanna 26 Servant     Waterford  
GE Campbell Ann 23 Domestic Servant     Elgin, Moray  
RE Casey Bridget 19 Servant   247/2 Clare with parent ?
RE Casey Catherine 18 Servant  
RE Casey Magaret 16 Servant  
RE Casey Margaret 16 Servant  
RE Casey Mary 21 Servant  
RE Casey Mary 20 Servant  
RE Comerford Catherine 20 Servant     Kilkenny  
RE Considine Bridget 19 Servant     Clare  
RE Conway Mary 20 Servant     Clare  
RE Crowe Bridget 30 Servant 350/2   Clare  
RE Cullinan Anne 30 Servant     Clare  
RE Currican Bridget 20 Servant     Clare  
RE Daly Maria 26 Servant     Kilkenny  
RE Dillon Mary 18 Servant     Carlow  
RE Dolan Johanna 30 Servant     Kilkenny  
RE Dolan Mary 20 Servant     Kilkenny  
RE Doody Honora 24 Servant     Limerick  
RE Eagan Mary 27 Servant 448/1   Kings county  
RE Eakins Anna 9 child 448/2   Cavan  
RE Eakins Elizabeth 16 Servant    
PP Eakins Sarah 47 Servant    
PP Farrell Margaret 18 Domestic Servant     Tipperary  
RE Flemming Elizabeth 19 Servant     Longford  
RE Flemming Margaret 28 Servant      
RE Forrestall Eliza 26 Servant     Queens county  
GE Forster Sarah 28 Servant     Norfolk  
GE Foskett Alice 26 Domestic Servant     Middlesex  
RE Francis Kate 20 Servant     Clare  
PP Francis Margaret 45 Dairy woman      
RE Giltenane Ellen 28 Servant     Clare  
GE Gingall Ann E. 47 Laundress     Middlesex  
RE Green Hannah 21 Servant     Clare  
RE Greer Margaret 16 Bonnet maker 615.2   Derry  
RE Greer Mary A. 27 Dressmaker    
PP Guthrie Mary 59 Servant     Clare  
RE Guthrie Bridget 23 Servant     Clare  
PP Healy Bridget 49 Housekeeper     Clare  
RE Healy Mary 20 Servant     Clare  
GE Hearny Mary J. 17 Servant     Kent  
RE Hehir Bridget 19 Servant     Clare  
GE Hellier Angelina 22 Lacemaker     Ottery, Devon Angelina Page | with parents
RE Henderson Margaret 23 Servant     Fermanagh  
RE Hogan Mary 35 Servant 759/2   Galway  
RE Howard Margaret 19 Servant     Clare  
RE Hynes Jane 28 Servant     Galway  
RE Hynes Sarah 20 Servant     Clare  
RE Jones Jane A. 19 Servant     Cavan  
RE Keefe Bridget 20 Servant 880/2   Clare  
RE Keely Margaret 19 Dressmaker     Limerick  
RE Kemp Elizabeth 16 Servant 890/3   Cavan  
RE Keogh Anne 24 Servant 899/3   Cavan  
RE Kerin Bridget 15 Servant 900/2   Clare with parents
RE Kett Honora 17 Servant 904/1   Clare  
PP Lanthois Sarah 53 Weaver     Middlesex  
RE Leary Ellen 18 Dairymaid     Kerry  
RE Leary Johanna 15 Dairymaid      
GE Lee Anna 16 Nursemaid     Middlesex  
RE Linehan Mary 21 Dressmaker     Limerick with parents
RE Lynch Mary 22 Dressmaker     Limerick  
RE Mackill Rose A. 20 Servant     Armagh  
RE Markham Bridget 24 Servant     Clare  
RE Masin Catherine 22 Servant     Clare  
GE McCormick Anorah 20 Servant     Clare  
RE McGann Betty 22 Servant     Clare  
RE McGrath Julia 24 Servant     Cork  
GE Mckeon Jane 25 Nursemaid     Middlesex  
RE McMahon Mary 34 Housekeeper     Clare  
RE McMahon Bridget 20 Servant     Clare  
RE McMahon Catherine 25 Servant     Clare  
RE McMahon Catherine 21 Servant     Clare  
RE McNally Rose 21 Servant     Westmeath  
RE Molloy Mary 22 Servant     Kings county  
RE Morrissey Margaret 26 Servant     Waterford  
RE Morrissey Margaret 51 Housekeeper     Kilkenny  
RE Morrissey Margaret 20 Servant     Kilkenny  
RE Mullen Alice 17 Servant     Cavan  
RE Murphy John 10 child     Clare  
RE Murphy Julia 34 Servant     Clare  
RE Murphy Margaret 22 Servant     Clare  
RE O'Brien Mary 20 Housekeeper     Clare  
PP O'Bryan Anne 23 Servant     Kilkenny  
RE O'Donnell Margaret 18 Servant     Cork  
RE O'Loughlin Kate 18 Servant     Clare  
RE O'Neill Mary 21 Servant     Clare  
RE Patterson Ellen 20 Servant     Conegal  
PP Ready Bridget 41 Servant     Clare  
RE Rogers Bridget 28 Servant 1377/3   Clare  
GE Ross Mary 28 Domestic Servant 1389/3   Ross & Cromarty  
RE Ryan Margaret 20 Servant     Galway  
RE Sheady Bridget 19 Servant     Clare  
RE Sheady Helen 17 Servant     Clare  
RE Sheady Margaret 16 Servant     Clare  
RE Sheahan Margaret 20 Servant 1473/1   Limerick  
GE Stoddart Jane 28 Nursemaid     Ayrshire  
RE Stokes Anne 20 Servant     Tipperary  
RE Sweeny Bridget 22 Servant     Clare  
RE Tierney Sally 30 Servant     Clare  
RE Tormey Catherine 23 Servant     Westmeath  
RE Welsh Mary 25 Servant     Kings county  
RE Welshford Mary 32 Servant     Middlesex  
RE Whelan Ann 12 child     Queens county  
RE Whelan Bridget 19 Servant     Queens county  
PP Whelan Hannah 50 Housekeeper     Clare  
RE Whelan Harriett 23 Servant     Clare  
RE Whelan Johanna 32 Servant     Clare  
RE Whelan Kate 16 Servant     Queens county  
RE Whelan Margaret 21 Servant     Queens county  
PP Whelan Mary 54 Servant     Queens county  
RE Whelan Nancy 25 Servant     Clare  
GE Wilcocks Mary A. 19 Domestic Servant     Devon  
GE Williams Mary A. 31 Housekeeper     Middlesex  
GE Williams Mary Ann 17 Servant     Somerset  
GE Williams Sophie 38 Needlewoman     Middlesex  

Sources: State Library South Australia, official passenger lists, mainly of immigrants arriving in South Australia under United Kingdom assisted passage schemes, 1847-1886 GRG 35/48a (formerly ACC 313); Sydney Shipping Gazette; South Australian Register; The South Australian Government Gazette; GRG 35/48/2 Crown lands and Immigrant ships papers; Biographical index SA 1836-1885 (the B-index column indicates individuals who may be found in that index, with corresponding reference ; FreeBMD ; UK census'

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