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Transcribed and submitted to TheShipsList by Robert Janmaat, Adelaide, from a variety of sources, cited below.
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barque Cornwallis, 648 tons, Captain T.G. Vaile, from London 20th May, Plymouth 3rd June, 1865 arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 26th August 1865

The South Australian Register, Monday 28 August 1865 p. 2

Saturday 26 August:— Cornwallis, barque, 648 tons, T.G. Vaile, master, from London May 20 via Plymouth June 03. Elder, Smith & Co., agents.
Passengers—Dr. William Campbell (Surgeon-Superin
tendent) and Mrs. Campbell in the cabin ; and 283 Government emigrants in the steerage, the official list of whose names will be found elsewhere:

. . . . — 8th ship from England to S.A. with government passengers for 1865 ; —0— births and —-1— death on the passage ; Dr. William Campbell, surgeon-superintendent.
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 Register, Monday 28 August 1865 p. 2
CORNWALLIS, from London— 35 cases, 8O trunks, 16 tanks, 1 box samples. Order ; 387 iron railway bars, 41 casks, 2,108 iron fish-plates, 120 cases, 49 sluice-cocks, 47 sockets and spigots, 50 9-inch iron Pipes, 65 10-inch do.. Officer Administering Government ; 1 case, J. L. Young : 156 arms .and boxes, 3,257 bars. 170 bdls.. 50 bars angles, 50 soles, 1 box, 24 cases, 6 kegs, 96 barrow wheels Joshua Gurr 8 cases, 4 casks, A. McCulloch ; l. case, R. R. Smith ; 953 bars iron, 28 bales, Elder, Smith, and Co. ; 63 cases, 40 casks, 3 crates. 14 bdls. 196 kegs.48 axle-arms, 30 arm-moulds, 260 Bdls Iron, G. P. Harris.
Miscellaneous Shipping

  The Cornwallis made a most excellent passage of 83 days from Plymouth, bringing London papers dated June 4th. Certainly she is in capital trim for sailing, but even with that advantage it is remarkable she should have sailed the distance in the time, especially, as It appears from Captain Vaile's report, the first start was during a prevalence of light winds and calms ; and it was June 14th before Madeira was passed. The north-east trades were very scant and the 3rd July crossed the line in 24° west, and the third day after was well over on the South American coast, but the south-east trades set in strong, and she rounded the Cape on the 3lst of the same month.
The southern parallel was made fair progress over in 42° and on making the land a favourable westerly wind continued till she reached the anchorage. When Pilot Allen boarded from the Jetty boats ; but in consequence of the vessel drawing over 14 feet one of the Secret Service supplanted him and there being ample water she will moor in harbor to-day.

Vessels Spoken.—By the Cornwallis on June 10 in lat 41° north long. 31° west, the British ship South Carolina from Liverpool to Bombay, 13 days out ; on June 19 in lat. 22° north, long. 20° west, the barque Lady Egidia, from London to Melbourne, 18 days out ; on July 6. In lat 5° south, long. 30° west, the French barque Duc de Normandie, from Rio Grande, bound to Havre.

The South Australian Register, Monday 28 August 1865 p. 3

It was a matter of some astonishment when it became known that the Cornwallis had made her passage in 83 days, bringing a well-selected lot of immigrants at £12 9s. 6d, per head. But a look at the vessel is sufficient to show that without being a first-class clipper, she may be safely calculated to sail remarkably well, and on the present passage, she has done so. It has been of late a subject of regret that the size of immigrant vessels has been gradually decreasing, till it became a matter almost impossible to afford that space and ventilation which a larger class of ships can afford ; and the present case is not an exception to the rule, though the strenuous exertions of Dr. Campbell, aided by Captain Vaile, have succeeded as far as practicable in making very necessary improvements in the general arrangements, which has materially added to the comfort and well-being of the persons on board. From stem to stern the tween decks are highly creditable to the occupants, the compartment of the single women being particularly noticeable. A similar remark applies to the quarters of the bachelors, who are spoken of very, highly by the Doctor as being industrious, active, and willing to obey the regulations for good order, the observance of which has had the effect of maintaining harmony ; which was only broken on one or two occasions by some stiff-necked individuals, whose vagaries, however, caused more annoyance to themselves than others. In the juvenile department it is worthy, of note that there are 48 youngsters under seven years of age, and not a case of sickness amongst' them; indeed, the only death which occurred was that of a person in delicate health on embarkation. There are on board 56 married couples, 83 single men, and 32 single females, and from the trade-list they appear to have been selected with due regard to the requirements of the colony. There are several good domestic servants available for engagement though many of the single women arrive at the instance of friends.
It is believed that in the arrangements below a geat improvement would be effected by erecting the bulkheads athwartships instead of dividing the after-compartment into two narrow strips of confined space, both of which, however, are scrupulously neat and clean. It is also thought that the grated barrier on the main deck is no improvement, and might easily be abolished by adopting the after-ventilator as a companion-way for the single women. But all things considered, the vessel is in admirable condition, reflecting credit on all concerned. She has been fortunate in making a good passage, and also in arriving with half an hour to spare before the closing of the English mail, thus enabling the master to forward letters home.

Subjoined are the immigrants' names, with their national and industrial classification :—

English —Sarah Andrews, William Aytes, Francis and Emma Aytes, William, Zoel, Mary J., Christina, and E. Barnes, Anna Barnett, R. Bayling, Jane, Ann, Margaret, and Albert Bayling, Charles, Elizabeth, Elizabeth, and John Bennetts, Richard and Maria Bennetts, David and Grace Bickford, Peter, Mary, John, James, Mary A., William, and Sarah J. Bradbury, Nichs., Mary A., and Ann Carpenter, James, Mary, James, Thomas, William, and Mary Carris, Lewis Chant William Coat, William Cobby, John Cock, Anthony Cock, Elizabeth Cook, George Copping, George Crossman, Sam , Dangerfield, Elizabeth Dangerfield, Alice Davies, Susan Davies, George and Mary Davies, Edward Deer, Eli Denton, Samuel Dower, Thomas Drake, Edward and Sarah Eddy, John, Selina, Grace, Albert, and John Evans, Charles Foot, James, Anne, George, and Mary J. Foulker, Edward Gamey, Frederick Garland, Jas. George, Jos., Grace, and Mary A. Grove, Richard Harvey, William and Elizabeth Hawkins, Robert, Emily, William, and Lucy Hayball, Thomas and Mary Hicks, Jane Hooper, Thomas and Moses James, Cath. Johns, Penina Johnson, Augustus and William Jones, John, Elizabeth, and Mary Kessell, Clement, and Emma King, George C. Knight, George, Phoebe, and Emma Knill, Frederick, Mary J., David, and Mary Langon, Henry Lockier, William and Emily Loveder, Mary A. Lumbard, Edward Mann, James. Emily, Francis, Grace, and James Martin, John Mason, William Mines, John, Ann, and Jno. W. Mines, David, Ann, Alice, and Thomas Mines, Elizabeth, Mary, and Edward Mitchell, Elias Mitchell, John and Joseph Mitchell, William Nicholas, Richard Nicholas, William, Oates, James. Elizabeth, and James Pascoe, Alfred Payne, Fred. Payne, Richard. Mary, and Henry Pearce, Julia Pearce, Hugh, William, Jacob, Charles, and Thomas Pearce, James, Jane, John, and Eliza Pengilly, Martha Prude, Ralph Rawlinson, Harriet Reed, John and Grace Richards, John H. Richards, Wm. H., Matilda, Jas., Wm. H., Matilda, and Eleanor Roach, Jno. Robins, Jno. Rogers, Geo., Emma, Ann, Edward, Matthew, and Wm. Rogers, Sarah Rowe, Richard Rule, Roper and Harriet Shard, Henry and Sarah Smedley, Thomas Spargo, Richard H. Stacey, James Stockwell, Samuel Stone, John Stook, Mary Strewes, William and Eliza Thomas, Thomas and Semler Thomas, Thomas and Ann Toukyn, W. H. Tregilgas, Samuel, Esther, John. William, and Samuel Trengove, John and Phillis Trewarn, William, Jane, John, and Mary Trewella, Elizabeth Vogwill John and Charlotte Wait, Enoch Wale, George Webb, William Webb, Ann and Susannah Whiting, Austin Whitcomb, William H. and Nancy Williams, George and Ann Windom, John and Elizabeth Woolmington.
Scotch — William, Mary, and Alexander Alexander, John and Mary Campbell, Elizabeth Campbell, John Campbell, Geo. Carle, John P. Combe, Mary W. Combe, James, Mary, and Jane Donaldson, John Enison, Thomas, Margaret, and Thomas W. Farmer, Walter Farms, James, Elizabeth, and William Ferguson, Robert Forgan, Alexander Gow, Agnes and Elizabeth Hamilton, Robert Henderson, John Heught, John and Margaret Hourston, John, Mary, Christina, George, and Margaret Jamieson, David, Mary, David, John, Margaret, and Hugh Kennedy, Joseph, Mary, Isabella, and Elizabeth Kilgour, Alexander McBean, David McDonald, John, Catherine, Hugh, and Grace McLean. William McKenna, Archibald Morgan, William, Elizabeth, and Thomas Pride, James Rendall, Robert Robertson, George and Mary Ross, Robert, Catherine, Isabella, and Catherine Shearer, James Taylor, George Thompson, Alexander Wilson, and George Whyte.
Irish — Julia Gilgan.

Industrial Occupations—
Labourers 41, farm labourers 21, servants 18, miners 23, butcher 1, ploughmen 5, laundrymaid 1, tailor 1, shoemakers 3, railway labourer 1, blacksmiths 6, colliers 2, sawyer 1, ironworker 1, wheelwright 1, warehouse man 1, printer 1, masons 2, housekeeper 1, fire-dresser 1, ironmoulder 1, carpenters 3, dressmaker l, baker 1, plumbers 2, gasfitter 1, engineer 1, iron founder ?, cook 1, plasterers 3, gardener and coachman 1.
English— Adults 172, children between one and twelve 37, infants 6, total 215
Scotch— Adults 54, children between one and twelve 10, infants 4, total 68
Irish— Adults 1, total 1
Grand total 284  

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
Ross, Mary 20 June 30th, 1865 Phythsis at sea
Surgeon Superintendent Report "Births on Board"
Name of Mother   Date of Birth Sex of Infant  
    Nil births at sea    

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 Alexander William 25 Ploughman 14/3   Berwick  
    Margaret (Colven) 26         Mary in the newspaper
    Alice inf         Alexander in the newspaper
AP Atyeo Francis 22 Labourer 45/2   Langport, Somerset  
    Emma (Cox) 20          
GE Barnes William 27 Labourer 94/2   Wiltshire  
    Jael (Adams) 31          
    Mary Jane 5          
    Christian Tabitha 3          
    Elizabeth 1          
GE Bayling / Bayley Robert 28 Labourer 100/3   Gloucester surname ?
    Jane 31          
    Annie 6          
    Margaret 3          
    Albert inf          
GE Bennetts Charles 28 Miner 113/3   Cornwall  
    Elizabeth (Fuge ?) 31          
    Elizabeth 3          
    John 1          
GE Bennetts Richard 22 Miner 114/1   Cornwall  
    Maria 22          
AP Bickford David John 22 Labourer -   Plymouth, Devon  
    Grace (Williams) 21          
GE Bradbury Peter 32 Labourer 160/2   Ashton under Lyne, Lancashire  
    Mary (Jones) 32          
    John 14          
    James 12          
    Mary Ann 10          
    William 6          
    Sarah 1          
GE Campbell John 23 Labourer 233/1   Ayrshire  
    Mary (Fraser) 28          
AP Carpenter Nicholas 22 Miner 240/3   Redruth, Cornwall  
    Mary Ann (Mayne) 20          
    Anne M. inf          
GE Davies George 40 Miner 378/2   Monmouth with family
    Mary 40          
GE Eddy Edward 24 Miner -   Penzance, Cornwall  
    Sarah (Harvey) 20          
GE Evans John 31 Shoemaker 475/2   Wiltshire 1861 census residence, Cirencester, Gloucestershire
    Selina (Truman) 33          
    Grace 15          
    Albert 7          
    John 2          
GE Farmer Thomas 27 Labourer 484/2   Breconshire  
    Margaret (Weaver) 24          
    Thomas inf          
GE Ferguson James Grant 24 Smith 493/2   Edinburgh  
    Elizabeth (Murdoch ?) 20          
    William Grant 2          
GE Foulker / Fulker James 37 Labourer 523/1   Devon 1861 census residence, Warfield, Berkshire | age 34
    Ann (Dear) 49         1861 census, age 38
    George 9          
    Mary Jane 6          
RE Grose Joseph 25 Labourer 624/1   Truro, Cornwall  
    Grace (Moyle) 23          
    Mary 2          
GE Harris James 37 Labourer 677/3   Wendron, Cornwall 1861 census, age 40
    Mary (Jeffery) 33         1861 census, age 36
    James 15          
    Thomas John 13          
    William George 8          
    Mary 1          
GE Hawkins William 20 Labourer 699/3   Gloucester  
    Elizabeth (Williams) 22          
GE Hayball Robert 25 Labourer 701/2   Chard, Somerset  
    Emily (Cornelius) 24          
    William 2          
    Lucy inf          
GE Hicks Thomas 23 Miner 733/2   Cornwall  
    Mary (Nicholls) 20          
GE Houston John 23 Labourer 781/3   Orkney  
    Margaret (Taylor ?) 25          
GE Jamieson George 27 Plasterer 829/3   Dumbarton  
    Margaret 28          
GE Kennedy David 35 Labourer 893/3   Newlands, Peeblesshire  
    Margaret 30          
    David 10          
    John 8          
    Margaret W. 5          
    Hugh 3          
GE Kessell John 23 Smith 903/2   Redruth, Cornwall  
    Elizabeth (Williams) 22          
    Mary inf          
GE Kilgour Joseph 42 Plumber 907/1   Alloa, Clackmannan  
    Mary 43          
    Isabella 10          
    Elizabeth 8          
GE King Clement 26 Wheelwright 909/3   Newton Abbot, Devon  
    Emma Beatrice (Woollacott) 22          
GE Lanyon Frederick 25 Miner 954/1   Redruth, Cornwall  
    Mary Jane (Branch) 21          
    David 3          
    Mary inf          
GE Loveder William 21 Labourer 985/1   Bath, Somerset  
    Emily Jane (Mullens) 20          
GE Martin James 30 Miner 1028/1   Mawnan, Cornwall  
    Emily Frances (Hooper) 34          
    Francis Joseph 9          
    Grace Symons 8          
    James Henry 6          
GE McLean John 30 Labourer 1078/1   Inverness  
    Catherine (Johnston) 39          
    Hugh 4          
    Grace 3          
GE Mines David 44 Labourer 1116/3   Lancashire 1861 census residence, Dukinfield, Cheshire | with family
    Anne 44          
    Alice 14          
    Thomas 12          
GE Mines John 26 Labourer 1117/1   Ashton Under Lyne, Lancashire with parents
    Ann (Cox) 26          
    John William 4          
GE Pascoe James 40 Miner 1244/2   Illogan, Cornwall  
    Elizabeth 37          
    James 10          
GE Pearce Richard 59 Labourer 1256/3   St. Erth, Cornwall with family
    Mary 54          
    Henry 14          
GE Pengelly James 36 Miner 1264/3   Redruth, Cornwall  
    Jane (Richards) 39          
    John 11          
    Eliza 2          
GE Pryde William 23 Ploughman 1315/2   Fifeshire  
    Elizabeth (Henderson) 23          
    Thomas inf          
GE Richards John 23 Miner 1350/1   Penzance, Cornwall  
    Grace (Ellis) 20          
RE Roach William Henry 33 Miner 1362/1   Ludvgan, Cornwall  
    Matilda (Bear) 35          
    James 12          
    William Henry 11          
    Matilda 7          
    Eleanore 1          
GE Rogers George 35 Labourer 1378/1   Hampshire  
    Emma (Reeks) 30          
    Ann 11          
    Elizabeth 7          
    Matthew George 4          
    William John 1          
AP Ross George 24 Labourer 1389/1   Scotland  
    Mary 20         died at sea, June 30th 1865
GE Shard Roger 24 Carpenter 1469/3   Aston, Warwick  
    Harriett Elizabeth (White) 22          
GE Shearer Robert 26 Plasterer 1473/3   Dumbarton  
    Catherine (Thompson) 19          
    Isabella 2          
    Catherine inf          
GE Smedley Henry 24 Labourer 1500/2   Warwick  
    Sarah 29          
GE Thomas Thomas 26 Labourer 1596/1   Cornwall  
    Jenifer A. 21          
GE Thomas William 22 Miner 1597/1   Cornwall  
    Eliza 18          
GE Thompson George 44 Shoemaker 1599/3   Edinburgh  
    Eliza 39          
RE Tonkin Thomas 45 Miner 1611/3   Liskeard, Cornwall  
    Anne 30          
RE Trengrove Samuel 30 Smith -   St. Gluvias, Cornwall  
    Esther (Boundy) 29          
    John 4          
    William 3          
    Samuel 1          
GE Trewella William 29 Labourer -   Penzance, Cornwall  
    Jane (Thomas) 29          
    John 2          
    Mary inf          
GE Trewarn John 22 Labourer -   Penzance, Cornwall  
    Phillis (Rogers) 23          
GE Wait / Waite John 24 Labourer 1657/1   Wanborough, Wiltshire  
    Caroline (Gingell) 27          
GE Webb William 25 Labourer -   Langport, Somerset  
    Ann (Budge) 21          
GE Williams William Henry 21 Miner 1723/1   Cornwall  
    Nanny (Thomas) 24          
GE Windom / Windham George Charles 24 Smith -   Tetbury, Gloucester  
    Ann Sophia (Frape) 26          
GE Woolmington John 22 Labourer 1744/3   Langport, Somerset  
    Elizabeth Ann (Male) 23          
Names Age Occupation B-index BMD Residence Remarks
  Last Given
Single Men & child
GE Atyeo William 22 Labourer 45/2   Somerset  
RE Campbell John 38 Labourer 232/3   Renfrew  
GE Carle George 18 Baker 237/3   Edinburgh  
GE Chant Lewis 18 Labourer 257/3   Somerset  
GE Coat William 25 Labourer 288/3   Somerset  
GE Cobley William 21 Labourer 290/1   Devon  
RE Cock Anthony 19 Miner 290/1   Cornwall  
GE Cock John 17 Labourer 290/3   Somerset  
RE Combe John P. 26 Plumber -   Edinburgh  
GE Copping George Henry 21 Labourer 317/2   Somerset  
AP Crossman George 20 Miner 348/2   Devon  
GE Dangerfield Samuel 17 Labourer 368/2   Horsley, Gloucester with sister
GE Deer Edward 21 Tailor -   Monmouth  
RE Denton Eli 19 Labourer -   Derby  
GE Donaldson James 17 Gas Fitter 416/3   Alloa, Clackmannan with sisters
GE Dower Samuel 18 Miner 424/1   Cornwall  
AP Drake Thomas 23 Labourer 427/3   Devon  
AP Eunson John 22 Labourer 474/1   Orkney  
AP Farms Walter 25 Engineer 484/3   Lanark  
GE Foot Charles 17 Labourer -   Dorset  
AP Forgan Robert 27 Iron Founder -   Lanark  
GE Gainey Edward 23 Labourer 542/1   Gloucester  
RE Garland Frederick 16 Miner 549/2   Cornwall  
GE George James 22 Smith 558/2   Cornwall  
GE Gow Alexander 19 Labourer 598/1   Edinburgh  
GE Harvey Richard 22 Labourer 691/2   Gloucester  
GE Henderson Robert 21 Labourer 718/3   Fifeshire  
GE Heugh John 21 Shoemaker 729/1   Haddington  
GE James Moses 22 Collier 827/3   Brecon  
GE James Thomas 25 Collier -   Brecon  
GE Jamieson John 40 Labourer 830/1   Haddington  
GE Jamieson Mary 12 child 830/1   Haddington  
AP Jones William 21 Iron Founder 864/2   Cornwall  
GE Jones Augustus 21 Sawyer 856/2   Glamorgan  
AP Knight George C. 18 Warehouseman 926/3   Somerset  
RE Knill George 26 Painter 928/1   St. Martin, Worcester with mother
GE Lockier Henry 22 Labourer -   Gloucester  
AP Macdonald Donald 21 Labourer -   Argyle  
GE Male Enoch 20 Labourer 1005/3   Isle Abbots, Somerset age 25?
GE Mann Edwin 22 Labourer 1011/1   Gloucester  
GE Mason John 29 Shoemaker 1033/2   Brecon  
GE McBean Alexander 19 Labourer 1050/1   Inverness  
GE McKenna William 22 Labourer -   Peeblesshire  
GE Michell / Mitchell Joseph 22 Tin Dresser 1120/2   Camborne ?, Cornwell with mother
GE Michell / Mitchell Elias 26 Labourer 1118/2  
GE Michell / Mitchell John 18 Mason 1120/2  
GE Mines William 18 Labourer 1117/1   Lancashire with parents
GE Morgan Archibald 25 Labourer -   Inverness  
AP Nicholas Richard 21 Miner 1181/2   Cornwall  
AP Nicholas William 17 Miner 1181/2   Cornwall  
GE Oats William 21 Miner -   Cornwall  
GE Payne Alfred 26 Labourer 1251/2   Babcary, Somerset  
GE Payne Frederick 20 Labourer 1251/3    
GE Pearce Charles 17 Labourer -   St. Erth, Cornwall with parents
GE Pearce Hugh 21 Labourer 1255/3  
GE Pearce Jacob 23 Labourer 1255/3  
GE Pearce Thomas 16 Labourer 1257/2  
GE Pearce William 26 Labourer -  
GE Rawlinson Ralph 20 Labourer -   Gloucester  
AP Rendall James 21 Labourer -   Orkney  
GE Richards John Henry 23 Iron Moulder 1350/1   Cornwall  
GE Robertson Robert 21 Plasterer 1368/3   Lanark  
GE Robins John 24 Labourer 1369/3   Devon  
GE Rogers John 21 Labourer 1378/3   Cornwall  
AP Rule Richard 24 Miner 1402/1   Cornwall  
GE Spargo Thomas 26 Labourer -   Cornwall  
GE Stacey Richard 22 Labourer 1529/2   Cornwall  
GE Stockwell James 20 Labourer -   Labourer  
GE Stone Samuel 21 Carpenter -   Devon  
GE Stook / Stooks John 18 Labourer -   Somerset  
GE Taylor James 21 Labourer 1579/3   Aberdeen  
GE Tregilgas William Henry 24 Miner -   Cornwell  
GE Webb George 17 Labourer -   Gloucester  
RE Whyte George 35 Labourer -   Renfrew  
GE Wilson Alexander 20 Smith -   Edinburgh  
GE Witcombe Austin 18 Labourer -   Somerset  
Single Women & children
GE Andrews Sarah 56 Servant     Cornwall  
RE Barnett Anna 30 Servant     Cornwall  
RE Campbell Elizabeth 32 Servant     Renfrew  
RE Combe Mary Wilkie 54 Servant 314/1   Edinburgh  
GE Cook Elizabeth 18 Servant     Middlesex  
GE Dangerfield Elizabeth 20 Servant     Horsley, Gloucester with brother
GE Davies Alice 19 Servant 378/2   Monmouth with parents
GE Davies Susan 15 Servant 378/2  
GE Donaldson Jane 14 Servant     Alloa, Clackmannan with brother
GE Donaldson Mary 19 Servant    
RE Gilgan Julia 22 Servant     Sligo  
GE Hamilton Agnes 20 Servant     Lanark  
GE Hamilton Elizabeth 23 Servant     Lanark  
GE Hooper Jane 23 Servant     Cornwall  
GE Jamieson Christina 46 Servant     Haddington  
GE Johns Catherine 24 Servant     Cornwall  
GE Johnson Peninah 18 Servant     Stoke, Somerset  
RE Knill Emma 18 Servant 928/1   St. Martin, Worcester  
RE Knill Mrs. Phoebe 57 Servant / widow     with son
GE Lumbard Mary Ann 17 Servant     Somerset  
GE Michell / Mitchell Edward 10 child     Camborne ?, Cornwell  
GE Michell / Mitchell Mary 13 child      
GE Michell / Mitchell Mrs. Elizabeth 48 Servant 1120/2   with family
GE Pearce Julia 20 Servant 1256/3   St. Erth, Cornwall with parents
RE Prude Martha 39 Servant     Cornwall  
RE Reed Harriet 18 Servant     Cornwall  
GE Rowe Sarah 26 Servant     Cornwall  
GE Shearer Mary 21 Servant     Cornwall  
AP Vogwill Elizabeth 23 Labourer     Devon  
RE Whiting Susannah 26 Servant     Durham  

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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