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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 Queen Bee, 762 tons, Captain James C. Goodwin, from London 19th November, Plymouth 29th November, 1864 arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 10th March 1865

The South Australian Advertiser, Saturday 11 March 1865 p. 2

Friday 10th March:— Queen Bee, ship, 762 tons, James C. Goodwin, master, from London November 19th via Plymouth November 29th. Elder, Smith & Co., agents.
Passengers—Dr. John Stewart Ireland (Surgeon-Superin
tendent), in the cabin ; and 310 Government emigrants in the steerage:

. . . . — 2nd ship from England to S.A. with government passengers for 1865 ; —3— births and —-8— deaths on the passage ; John Stewart Ireland, 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 Advertiser, Monday 13 March 1865 p. 2
Cargo of the. Queen Bee, from London—508 pipes. Officer Administering Government; 3 cases. Stable and Thompson; 2 casks. J. Howell; 6 pkgs W. and J. Storrie; 10 cases, B. H. Cross; 6 do Hugh Ross and Co.; 4 boxes, J. Walte; 1 case.A.Macgeorge; 3 do.; 3 casks. John Davis ; 1 case, 1 tierce, 2 casks 1 Drum. 1 Jar. R. Hutton; 14 bales. Proprietors Register Observer; 5 trunks. James Hill; 4 casks, 2 cases' I puncheon, 1 pipe, J. M. Bickford: 36 tons coal. 791 bars, l68 bdls., 1 cask, Adamson Brothers; 10 Pockets hops l0 tanks.W. Isbister; 40 bdls. iron 41 do. Iron Wire 10 kegs nail 3 cask 4 cases 3 bales, W. Younghusband. Jun, and Co 57 cases 6 bales 4 trunks..D.and W. Murray; 15 cases, J. Hodgkiss and Co.: 1 box J- Formby; 50 bdls 1cask W.C. Bulk; 70.664 bricks. Proprietors Wallaroo Mines; 70 tanks, Philip Levi and Co.; l case, Delisser ido ,R.B. Lucas; 4 do., Acraman, Main Lindsay, and Co.
Miscellaneous Shipping

The Queen Bee was seen on Friday afternoon far away to the westward of the stations steering a course towards the Long Spit. She was followed by one of the pilot cutters, but was first boarded by the boats from the beach, when a pilot took charge and stood to the eastward for the anchorage, where she came to shortly after dusk. The vessel to the same which last year sailed from Port Adelaide, with horses for India, but the Command has been changed to Captain Goodwin who reported leaving Plymouth on November 29, and for 17 days after beat about the Channel with a continuance of very violent gales, during which she made but 300 miles of the distance. She was afterwards becalmed for 12 days, and to those untoward circumstances may be attributed the length of the voyage.
Arrival of the Queer Bee with Immigrants.— Persons who have been anticipating this vessel as the means of filling vacancies from her passengers in domestic or farm occupations will be disappointed ; for the greater portion are consigned to friends, and though there are 33 single females, scarcely a dozen domestic servants are available from them. The midship section is well occupied by families, there being 61 married males, 62 married females, and 87 children located In this compartment—a perfect colony of strong vigorous looking people equal to the work incidental to a new start in life. There are few single men, of whom the majority are miners. Intended to develop the wealthy regions of Wallaroo. It is singular that such a lot of men should object to ship discipline, but it was so, however ; for when sea sickness was over a general disinclination to the daily routine of scrubbing and cleaning manifested itself, and called forth the capabilities of Dr. Ireland, who immediately instituted such a coarse of punishment in short diet that the malcontents set to with a will and continued to the end of the voyage most exemplary in their conduct. The industrial list shows a striking difference to previous vessels, there being 62 miners, 46 labourers, and a few mechanics, represented by 3 carpenters, 4 smiths.1engine-man, l cooper, 2 masons, l plumber, and l shoemaker, consequently the skilled artisans constitute the minority.
In the selection of families there seems to have been good judgment displayed, for there are about a dozen consisting of six members and still more numbering five. The age of the adults seems to range between 20 and 40, and altogether they appear a desirable batch of colonists. Dr. Ireland was not favoured with Normandy's distiller, of which he intimated his appreciation, but an inferior engine was supplied the vessel, and its performances were not at all satisfactory. From the Superintendent journals it appears there were seven deaths, and two births on the passage, the former resulting in most cases from dysentery. With regard to the general appearance of the vessel, it was extremely satisfactory, being clean and well regulated, especially In the married people's division. On Saturday night the steamer Royal Shepherd laid alongside, and received onboard 198 Immigrants for Wallaroo, for which port she immediately sailed.

The South Australian Advertiser, Saturday 11 March 1865 p. 3

The Queen Bee arrived on Friday night with the following immigrants. A few cases of dysentery occurred on the voyage. There were two births and seven deaths, and all the passengers are well. The ship will proceed into harbor to-day (Saturday), March 11:—

John, Ann. and Ellen Barker, Thomas and Martha Barker, Joshua Lavinia, Henry. Ellen, and Elizabeth Chappel. Rich, Ann, Samuel, Joe, and Jane Chappel, Thomas, Agnes, Richard, and Cathie Chappel, John, Jane, Mary, and Adelaide Carter, Thomas. Jane, Alice, and Thomas Curnow, Thomas, Elizabeth. William, and Thomas Curnow, James and Grace Ellis, John, Mary, John, and Josh. Ellis, Richard, Rachael. and Elizabeth, Gay, Benjamin, Jane, and Benjamin Hawkes, Richard. Jane, Tom. Edith, and Jessie Hayes, Samuel, Elizabeth. Eliza, and Samuel Hand, John, Cath, and John Jacks, John. Elizabeth, Mary, and Alice Johns, Richard, Edward, William, and Richard Jane, Daniel, Matilda, Thomas, Mary, and John Jane, John, Mary, and Elizabeth Julian, Edward and Alice Jones, William, Grace, William, and John Linskit, Richard, Jane, Elizabeth, and Mary A. Lake, John. Elizabeth, John. Edward, and William Martin, William Henry, Mary, Mary, and Emily Mitchell, Thomas and Mary McMahon. John and Margaret Moran, Richard, Elizabeth Richard, and Grace Maddern. John. Elizabeth. Sarah, and Elizabeth Nicholas, William, Louisa, Elizabeth, William, and John Phebe, John, Eliza, and Mary Penberthy, James and Christina Penberthy. David. Margaret, Eliza, and John Penberthy. John, Amelia, John, and Susan Pearce, James, Jolla, William, and Julia Prowse. John and Jane Reilly, Thomas, Mary, and Mary Richard, Richard, Esther, and Henry Richards, William, Mary, Matilda. William, and Clara Richards, Michael, Jane, John, and Mary Roberts, Rich., Johanna, and Eliza Sedgman, James, Sarah, John and Mary Trigg, Samuel, Christina. Eliza, Louisa, and Samuel Thomas. William and Eliza Trevarow, Richard, Mary, and Richard Trevarow, Joshua, Alice, and Alice Tregloan. William and Prudence Tregloan. Richard, Jane, Sarah, Biddy, and Richard Tregloan, James and Mary Thomas, John and Ann Williams. Richard Jane. Mary, and Edith Williams. William Henry, and Eliza Williams, James, and Mary Walsh, John, Lavinia, William, and Thomas Barnes. John Burke, Thomas Burns, John Brown, George Best, Richard Broad, Richard Bennetts, William and Richard Curnow, Joshua Castelloe, Thomas Curry, James Connell, George Cattran. Patrick Donaby, George Elise, Joshua Ellison, Christopher Fitzgerald. Patrick Flaherty, Edward Graddy, Richard Gilbert, Theady Heany, William Hooker, John Hoskin, William Hocking, John Gilbert, Joel Andrew. Charles Johns, John Jarrad Michael Killeen. John Kinsham, David Karr, Philip, and James Lynch, Patrick, and Cornelius Lloyd, Thomas Lennane, Martin Mulcarry, John and Richard McCann, John Milley, John Maloney. Patrick McInerny. Michael Maylan. Michael Maroney. Alexander Mathews, Henry and Frederick Nicholas, Wm. Henry Noble, Daniel O'Dea, James Peane, Thomas Quinlivan, John Riely. John Moughan, Martin Ryan. John Roberts, George Sherwin, Josh. Tregloan, James Walsh. Matthew Williams, Rich. Walsh, Bridget Barrett. Anne Brody. Jane Browne, Margaret Crowe, Mary Donnell, Amelia Trimmell, Margaret and Mary Griffin, Johanna Harby, Mary Harris' Anne Lynch, Eliza McKay, Margaret Manson, Mary Nolan Alice Quinn, Bridget Ryan, Anne McGurk, Ellen and Bedila Kelly, Caroline and Jas. Pascoe, Eliza Ralph, Edwin, Eliza, and James Harris. James and Martha Bowbear, Wm , Mary. Wm. and David Davies, Alexander, Janet and Robt. Gardiner, Richard, Jane, and Eveline Ralph, John. Anne, and Mary Roberts, William, Mary, Hannah. Richard, and William Scoble. Henry, Martha, and Catherine Webb. Thomas Andrewartha, Alfred Day, William Gill, William Hyde, Jno. Lee, Chas. Musk, Alfred Sadler, Christopher Symons, William Trevaskis, Thomas, Mary, Joseph, Thomas, and Hodgson Dixon, Michael Brody, Mary, Esther, and Mary Davis. Mary and Eliza Daly, Ann Trebilcock, Isabella Thomas, Mary Tozer, Margaret Hyllie.

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
Jacka, John inf December 16, 1864 Dysentery at sea
Nicholas, Elizabeth inf December 16, 1864 Dysentery at sea
Maddern, Grace inf December 24, 1864 Dysentery at sea
Penberthy, John inf December 29, 1864 Dysentery at sea
Barker, male 3 hrs January 06, 1865 Debility at sea
Barker, Martha 27 January 07 / 09, 1865 Dysentery / Parturition at sea
Ralph, Richard 24 January 25, 1865 Phthisis at sea
Carter, Adelaide 1 January 26, 1865 Dysentery / debility at sea
Surgeon Superintendent Report "Births on Board"
Name of Mother   Date of Birth Sex of Infant  
Barker, Martha   January 06, 1865 male  
Carter, Jane   February 13, 1865 male  
Jane, Matilda   March 01, 1865 male  

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
RE Barker John 25 Miner 73/2   Cornwall  
    Ann (Hocking ?) 23          
    Ellen 1          
RE Barker Thomas Henry 23 Miner 73/3   St. Erth, Cornwall  
    Martha (Morley) 27         died at sea, Jan 07 or 09, 1865
    male inf         born & died at sea, Jan 06 1865
AP Bowbear John 39 Mechanic 152/2   Middlesex  
    Martha (Hawkes) 38          
RE Carter John 28 Miner 245/1   Penzance, Cornwall  
    Jane (Penberthy) 23          
    Mary 4          
    Adelaide 1         died at sea, Jan 26 1865
    male inf         born at sea, March 01 1865
RE Chappell Joseph 39 Miner 261/3   St. Cleer, Cornwell  
    Lavinia (Rundle) 32          
    Henry 15          
    Ellen 10          
    Elizabeth 7          
RE Chappell Richard 31 Miner 261/3   St. Cleer, Cornwell  
    Ann (Angove) 28          
    Samuel John 6          
    Joe 4          
    Jane inf          
RE Chappell Thomas 40 Miner 262/1   St. Cleer, Cornwall  
    Agnes (Bunt ?) 40          
    Richard 15          
    Catherine 12          
RE Curnow Thomas 57 Miner 359/1   Ludgvan, Cornwall with family
    Jane 49          
    Alice White 14          
    Thomas 10          
RE Curnow Thomas 36 Miner 359/1   Towednack, Cornwall  
    Elizabeth 33          
    William 8          
    Thomas 1          
AP Davis William 32 Shoemaker 380/1   Mo—?  
    Mary 24          
    William 4          
    David 1          
GE Dixon Thomas 34 Smith 409/1   Alston, Cumberland  
    Mary (Hodgson) 44          
    Joseph 11          
    Thomas 7          
    Hodgson Threlkeld ? 4          
RE Ellis James 24 Miner 466/2   Penzance, Cornwall  
    Grace Trembath (White) 29          
RE Ellis John 26 Miner 466/3   St. Erth, Cornwall  
    Mary Jane 26          
    John Henry 3          
    Joseph 1          
AP Gardener Alexander 31 Cooper 547/1   Fifeshire  
    Janet 28          
    Robert 8          
RE Guy Richard 32 Miner 632/2   Penzance, Cornwall  
    Rachel Ann (Rowlings) 25          
    Elizabeth inf          
RE Hand Samuel 25 Miner -   Ludgvan, Cornwall  
    Elizabeth Ann (Tresize) 25          
    Eliza 4          
    Samuel inf          
RE Hawkes Benjamin 36 Carpenter 698/3   Limehouse St. Anne, Middlesex  
    Jane 38          
    Benjamin George 5          
RE Hayes Richard 35 Miner 702/2   St. Erth, Cornwall  
    Jane (Williams) 26          
    William Henry 6          
    Edith Uren 4          
    Jessie inf          
RE Jacka William 20 Miner 817/2   Penzance, Cornwall  
    Catherine (Hosking) 17          
    John inf         died at sea, Dec 16 1864
RE Jane Daniel 30 Miner 830/2   Liskeard, Cornwall  
    Matilda (Bartlett) 38          
    Thomas Bartlett 4          
    Mary 3          
    John 2          
    male inf         born at sea, March 01 1865
RE Jane Richard 26 Miner 830/2   Cornwall  
    Helen 22         Ellen (Staple) ?
    William 3          
    Richard 1          
RE Johns John 28 Miner 846/1   Cornwall  
    Elizabeth 26          
    Mary 3          
    Alice 1          
RE Jones Edward 25 Miner 857/2   Helston, Cornwall  
    Alice Ann (Eddy) 17          
RE Julian John 23 Miner 869/3   Liskeard, Cornwall  
    Mary 22          
    Elizabeth 1          
RE Lake / Luke Richard 29 Miner 947/2   Cornwall  
    Jane 27          
    Elizabeth Jane 9          
    Mary Ann 5          
RE Linskit / Linsket William 29 Engine man -   Penzance, Cornwall  
    Grace (Leacher) 25          
    William 4          
    John 2          
RE Maddern Richard 28 Miner 998/1   Penzance, Cornwall  
    Elizabeth 24          
    Richard 2          
    Grace inf         died at sea, Dec 24 1864
RE Martin John 29 Miner 1028/2   Ludgvan, Cornwall  
    Elizabeth Ann 31          
    John Henry 6          
    Edward 4          
    William 1          
RE Mitchell William Henry 27 Miner 1122/1   Redruth, Cornwall to N.S.W.
    Mary Elizabeth (Williams) 26          
    Mary 4          
    Emily 2          
RE McMahon Thomas 26 Labourer - B Clare  
    Mary (Considine) 20          
RE Moran John 23 Labourer - B Cornwall ?  
    Margaret (Brody) 24          
RE Nicholas John 27 Smith 1181/1   St. Erth, Cornwall  
    Elizabeth (Rosewarne ?) 26          
    Sarah 2          
    Elizabeth inf         died at sea, Dec 16 1864
RE Pearce John Williams 29 Miner 1256/3   Menheniot, Cornwall  
    Amelia (Thomas) 26          
    John W. 3          
    Susan 1          
RE Penberthy David Martin 31 Miner 1263/1   Ludgvan, Cornwall  
    Margaret (James) 28          
    Elizabeth Jane 4          
    John inf         died at sea, Dec 29 1864
RE Penberthy James 27 Miner 1263/1   Ludgvan, Cornwall  
    Christiane (Edwards) 25          
RE Penberthy John 21 Miner 1263/1   Cornwall  
    Elizabeth 23          
    Mary inf          
RE Phoebe William Henry 27 Miner 1282/1   Cornwall  
    Louisa 23          
    Elizabeth ?          
    William Henry 3          
    John inf          
RE Prowse / Prouse James 27 Miner 1315/2   Penzance, Cornwall  
    Julia (Tippett) 21          
    William 1          
    Julia inf          
AP Ralph Richard 24 Mason 1328/2   Falmouth, Cornwall died at sea, Jan 25 1865
    Jane 21          
    Eveline Jane inf          
RE Reilly John 24 Labourer 1342/3   Dublin  
    Jane 28          
RE Richards Richard 22 Miner 1350/2   Helston ?, Cornwall  
    Esther (Richards ?) 23          
    Henry inf          
RE Richards William 29 Miner 1351/1   St Perranuthnoe, Cornwall  
    Mary (Eddy) 28          
    Matilda Maud 6          
    William J. 4          
    Clara 2          
RE Rickard Thomas 26 Miner 1354/2   Cornwall ?  
    Mary 25          
    Mary inf          
AP Roberts John 30 Labourer 1364/3   Cornwall  
    Ann 32          
    Mary 3          
RE Roberts Nicholas 22 Miner 1365/1   Cornwall  
    Jane 20          
    John 3          
    Mary inf          
AP Scoble William 31 Miner 1453/2   St Austell, Cornwall Gwennap, Redruth
    Mary Ann (Bawden) 31          
    Hannah 9          
    Richard 8          
    William 6          
RE Sedgman Richard 21 Miner 1460/1   Helston, Cornwall  
    Johanna (King) 22          
    Elizabeth 1          
RE Thomas James 24 Miner -   Cornwall  
    Mary 22          
RE Thomas Samuel Trebilcock 27 Miner 1595/3   Ludgvan, Cornwall  
    Christiana (Ellis) 26          
    Eliza Jane Ellis 5          
    Louisa 3          
    Samuel inf          
RE Tregloan Joseph 24 Miner 1618/3   Penzance, Cornwall  
    Alice Broad (Tregloan) 26          
    Alice inf          
RE Tregloan Richard 39 Miner -   Ludgvan, Cornwall  
    Jane 45          
    Sarah 16          
    Biddy 11          
    Richard 4          
RE Tregloan William n/a - -   Penzance, Cornwall  
    Prudence (Thomas) n/a          
RE Trevarrow / Trevorrow William 23 Miner -   Cornwall  
    Eliza 22          
RE Trevarrow / Trevorrow Richard 24 Miner -   Cornwall  
    Mary 22          
    Richard 1          
RE Triggs James 23 Miner -   Helston ?, Cornwall  
    Sarah 28         Sarah Ann (Julian) ?
    John 2          
    Mary inf          
RE Walsh James 41 Labourer 1666/3   Limerick  
    Mary 39          
RE Warne / Wearne John 34 Miner 1675/1   Perranuthnoe, Cornwall  
    Lavinia (Caddy) 35          
    William J. 9          
    Thomas R. 8          
AP Webb Henry 33 Miner - B Gwennap, Cornwall  
    Martha (Grey) 28          
    Catherine 8         age 6 ?
RE Williams John 23 Miner 1718/2   Cornwall  
    Ann 22          
RE Williams Richard 23 Miner 1720/2   Cornwall  
    Jane 22          
    Mary 2          
    Edith 1          
RE Williams William Henry 24 Miner 1722/3   Cornwall  
    Elizabeth 26          
Names Age Occupation B-index BMD Residence Remarks
  Last Given
Single Men
AP Andrewartha Thomas 27 Miner 30/1   Cornwall  
RE Bennett / Bennetts Richard 26 Miner -   Cornwall  
RE Best George 21 Miner 120/2   Cornwall  
RE Bourke John 28 Labourer 151/3   Kerry  
RE Broad Richard 24 Miner 177/3   Cornwall  
GE Brody Michael 22 Labourer 180/1   Clare  
RE Brown John 19 Labourer 188/3   Clare  
RE Burns Thomas 22 Labourer 209/2   Cavan  
RE Cattran George William 26 Mason 251/1   Cornwall  
RE Connell James 24 Labourer 324/1   Clare  
RE Costelloe Joseph 21 Labourer 323/2   Tipperary  
RE Curnow Richard 17 Miner 359/1   Ludgvan, Cornwall with parents
RE Curnow William 18 Miner 359/2   Cornwall  
RE Curry Thomas 24 Labourer 360/1   Clare  
AP Day Alfred 18 Farmer 388/1   Gloucester  
RE Donahy Patrick 23 Smith 416/2   Tyrone  
RE Ellis George 19 Labourer 466/2   Wicklow  
RE Ellison Joseph 15 Labourer 468/1   Wicklow  
RE Fitzgerald Christopher 33 Labourer 504/2   Clare  
RE Flaherty Patrick 24 Labourer 508/2   Clare  
- Gilbert John 21 Miner 567/1   Cornwall  
RE Gilbert Richard P. 21 Miner 567/2   Cornwall  
- Gilbert Samuel - Miner -   Cornwall  
AP Gill William 28 Mason 571/2   Cornwall  
RE Graddy Edward 20 Smith 599/2   Cork  
RE Heaney Thaddeus 17 Labourer 707/2   Tipperary  
RE Hocking William 22 Miner 752/1   Cornwall  
RE Hooper William 26 Labourer -   Cornwall  
RE Hoskin John 24 Miner 779/1   Cornwall  
AP Hyde William Henry 18 Carpenter 806/3   Hereford  
RE Jarrad John R. 21 Labourer 832/1   Lincoln  
RE Jilbert John 21 Miner -   Cornwall  
RE Joel Andrew 20 Miner 843/3   Cornwall Joel Andrew
RE Johns Charles 28 Miner 844/3   Cornwall  
RE Kerr David 24 Labourer 902/1   Antrim  
RE Killeen Michael 22 Labourer 907/1   Clare  
RE Kinshon John 25 Labourer 914/3   Cork  
AP Lee John 21 Miner -   Cornwall  
RE Lenanne Thomas 26 Labourer -   Clare  
RE Lloyd Cornelius 22 Labourer 979/3   Tipperary  
RE Lloyd Patrick 28 Labourer -   Tipperary  
RE Lynch James 21 Labourer -   Cavan  
RE Lynch Phillip 26 Labourer -   Cavan  
RE Maglan Michael 16 Labourer 1000/2   Clare  
RE Maloney John 26 Labourer 1008/1   Clare  
RE Maroney Michael 23 Labourer 1019/3   Clare  
RE Matthews Alexander 24 Labourer 1037/3   Nottingham  
RE McCann John 16 Labourer 1053/1   Armagh  
RE McCann Richard 14 Labourer -   Armagh  
RE McInerney Patrick 22 Labourer -   Clare  
RE Milley John 29 Labourer 1111/3   Kilkenny  
RE Mulcurry Martin 30 Labourer 1146/2   Galway  
AP Musk Charles 23 Plumber 1159/1   Kent  
RE Nicholas Frederick 21 Miner 1181/1   Cornwall  
RE Nicholas Henry 19 Miner 1181/1   Cornwall  
RE Noble William Henry 21 Miner 1191/1   Cornwall  
RE O'Dea Daniel 23 Labourer -   Clare  
RE Pearce James 23 Miner -   Cornwall  
RE Quinlivan Thomas 22 Labourer 1322/2   Clare  
RE Reily John 28 Labourer 1342/2   Cork  
RE Roberts John 21 Miner 1364/3   Cornwall  
RE Roughan John 25 Labourer 1392/1   Clare  
RE Ryan Martin 28 Labourer 1410/3   Tipperary  
AP Sadler Alfred 19 Carpenter 1415/3   Middlesex  
RE Sherwin George 21 Labourer 1480/1   Wicklow  
AP Symons Christopher 20 Labourer 1570/2   Cornwall  
RE Tregloan Joseph 18 Miner -   Penzance, Cornwall  
AP Trevaskis William 24 Miner -   Cornwall  
RE Walsh James 18 Labourer 1666/2   Limerick  
RE Walsh Richard 32 Policeman 1667/3   Armagh  
RE William Matthew 19 Miner 1719/3   Cornwall  
Single Women & children
GE Tozer Mary 33 Matron     Middlesex  
RE Barrett Bridget 35 Servant     Clare  
RE Brody Anne 22 Servant     Clare  
RE Brown Jane 22 Servant     Clare  
RE Crowe Margaret 20 Servant 350/3   Clare  
GE Daly Eliza 23 Servant     Surrey  
GE Daly Mary 26 Servant     Surrey  
GE Davis Esther 17 Seamstress     Middlesex  
GE Davis Mary 39 Nurse     Middlesex  
GE Davis Mary 18 Servant     Middlesex  
RE Donnell Mary 24 Servant     Donegal  
RE Finnell Anne 24 Servant     Limerick  
RE Griffin Margaret 18 Servant     Clare  
RE Griffin Mary 16 Servant     Clare  
RE Harris Edwin 13 child     Cornwall  
RE Harris Eliza 12 child     Cornwall  
RE Harris James 10 child     Cornwall  
RE Harris Mary 23 Servant     Cornwall  
RE Harty Johanna 28 Servant 689/2   Limerick  
RE Kelly Bedelia 20 Servant     Clare  
RE Kelly Ellen 23 Servant     Clare  
RE Lynch Ann 19 Servant     Cavan  
RE Manion Margaret 22 Servant     Galway  
RE McGurk Ann 26 Servant     Tyrone  
RE McKay Elizabeth 21 Servant     co. Down  
RE Nolan Mary 24 Servant     Tipperary  
RE Pascoe James 7 child     Camborne, Cornwall  
RE Pascoe Caroline 32 Servant 1245/1    
RE Quinn Alice 19 Servant     Leitrim  
RE Ralph Eliza 48 Servant     Corwall  
RE Ryan Bridget 34 Servant     Tipperary  
GE Thomas Isabella 22 Servant     Cornwall  
GE Trebilick Ann 22 Servant     Cornwall  
GE Wyllie Margaret 26 Servant     Haddington  

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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