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  • "Africaine" (Barque ) - Colonists to South Australia in 1836

    Africaine 1836 with Captain J.T. Duff, arriving Nepean Bay on Kangaroo Island on November 4th and Holdfast Bay on November 14th 1836. The Africaine was the first vessel to bring paying immigrants to South Australia. She was a barque of about 300 tons, and carried a crew of seventeen and about eighty passengers. 1836 14 November: 1st pioneer settlers arrived on the mainland at Holdfa...

  • Pound keeper - South Australia

    When searching old newspapers on Trove the "poundkeeper" notices often come up. These are invaluable as a genealogical resource for finding those employed, either full time, or as a local service as "The Poundkeeper". This person impounds stray animals, they advertise the beast as found, with a full description and a date where the animal no longer belongs to the owner. What we have is a li...

  • "Rajasthan" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia in 1838

    The Rajasthan This 3 mast ship was built in 1837 in Bombay, and launched on July 19, 1837. She departed from London on July 26th, 1838 with Capt. Duncan Ritchie, for Plymouth. On July 31st 1838 arriving in Adelaide November 16th, 1838 with 254 passengers (incl. 18 cabin, 34 second cabin) If you have information on passengers or need help locating them on the tree, start a discussion here....

  • English Settlement in South Australia

    English Settlement in South Australia 28 December 1836 – the British province of South Australia was established. In 1842 it became a crown colony and on 22 July 1861 its area was extended westwards to its present boundary and more area was taken from New South Wales. South Australia was never a British convict colony and between 1836-1840 about 13,400 immigrants arrived in the area. 2...

  • "Katherine Stewart Forbes" (Barque) - Colonists to South Australia in 1837

    The Katherine Stewart Forbes sailed from Gravesend on July 27th 1837, just a month after King William IV died on June 20th 1837. She arrived at Holdfast Bay on October 17th, 1837 under the command of Captain Alfred Fell. This 457 ton barque was built at Northfleet, Kent, in 1818. Two days after she arrived a public proclamation was made, on October 19th 1837, of the death of King William IV and...

  • Service men and women - South Australia

    Please add your South Australian family who served in the armed forces. Resources South Australia at war Blog Discovering Anzacs This project is included in The History Link Project - Trace your ancesters! you can add projects here

  • Agricultural and Horticultural Committee - South Australia

    Agricultural and Horticultural Committee - South AustraliaMembers announced in news papers, gives a valuable reference to our ancestors community spirit and the people they mixed with. The area in which they lived at the time is also mentioned and any formal titles they might be addressed by formally. ==1844SOUTH AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.TOWN COMMTTEE.* G. F. Aston, Dr....

  • Mines and mining - South Australia

    Mines and mining - South Australia This project will list mines in South Australia and include profiles of those involved in the industry. Please also consider placing profiles in these related "global" projects Occupations --- miner and Cause of death --- mining accident If you have information or need help locating them on the tree, start a discussion here.. Mines Wheal Gawler - I...

  • Obituary - South Australia

    Obituary - South Australia Portal - A sub project of Obituary Portal Obituaries are an excellent way to find information, or confirm facts about a persons life, relationships, occupation and ethnic background. Eventually this will become a portal for minor projects that will be sorted by year of death. If you find a person on the tree, or add someone that has his/her obituary here, please c...

  • Interstate - New South Wales to South Australia

    Interstate - New South Wales to South Australia Sources: Ships Passenger Lists and Vessels If you have information on passengers or need help locating them on the tree, start a discussion here.. 1838 Emma Eugenia from Sydney arrived in SA on 2nd May 1838 Passengers: Thomas Fitzpatrick; 1839 George James Thomas Squire/Squires arrived in SA 20th Nov 1839 aboard John Pirie ...

  • Shipping arrivals (misc) -South Australia

    Please add small lists here for miscellaneous shipping, and small lists that do not warrant a project. If you have information on passengers or need help locating them on the tree, start a discussion here.. 1839 MARCH 21 - The Brig Dawsons, Capt. Price from London 3rd September, and King George's Sound 9th instant, with general cargo. Passengers - Mr. and Mrs. Nelson and 6 children, Mrs. ...

  • South Australia, Australia Portal

    Welcome to the South Australia Portal on Geni This South Australian Portal has been created to: Link together existing South Australian projects Encourage new South Australian projects to be created Encourage collaboration between South Australian-based Geni users, and Geni users worldwide who have South Australian interests and connections Promote and facilitate South Australian ge...

  • Deserter - South Australia

    Deserters that may have changed their names in South Australia This is a project to identify Deserters from the Navy, Merchant Navy and any other situation that would cause an individual to change their name. The Police Gazette has announcements and descriptions of these persons. Participation is desired, please request to join this project, if you can add to it in any way. You can copy ori...

  • Interstate - South Australia to Tasmania

    Interstate - South Australia to Tasmania Sources: Ships Passenger Lists and Vessels If you have information on passengers or need help locating them on the tree, start a discussion here.. 1848 Monday, October 16th—The brigantine Timbo, 123 tons, Griffith. master, for Hobart Town. Passengers— Mr and Mrs Lambert, Mr Winburne, Mr Coglin, Mr D. McMullan. Trove Re...

  • "Johann Caesar" (Barque) - European Pioneers to South Australia in 1855

    The barque Johann Caesar, 400 tons, Captain H.A.G. Möller, from Hamburg 5th October 1854, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 1st January 1855 This is part of the Bound for South Australia - Ships Lists Portal Project Sources: The Ships Passenger List This is a great time to add the profile to an Occupation Project and also to the country they settled FROM, Irish ; Germ...

  • Official civic record of South Australia - 1936

    The publication "Official civic record of South Australia - 1936" was produced in the centennial year of South Australia. It is an amazing resource of 972 pages, with photos and biographies of civic minded and prominent South Australians. Please only add profiles that are referenced in this book, and add the source to the profile. The Resource You can DOWNLOAD Official civic record of S...

  • "D'Auvergne" (Barque) - Colonists to South Australia in 1839

    MARCH 21 - The Barque D'Auvergne. Captain P. Le Huguet, from London, the 13th November, with general cargo and emigrants. This is part of the Bound for South Australia - Ships Lists Portal Project Sources: The Ships Passenger List Southern Australian (Adelaide, SA : 1838 - 1844), Wednesday 27 March 1839, page 3 This is a great time to add the profile to an Occupation Project and a...

  • "Buckinghamshire" (Ship) - Colonist to South Australia in 1839

    MARCH 21 - The ship Buckinghamshire, 1460 tons W. Moore Esq. Commander, from London and Plymouth 11th Dec., with general cargo, and emigrants. There were around 42 cabin passengers, 15 in steerage and 443 bounty emigrants, including 180 children. This is part of the Bound for South Australia - Ships Lists Portal Project Sources: The Ships Passenger List Southern Australian (Adelaide, ...

  • "Katherine Stewart Forbes" (Barque) - Colonists to South Australia in 1839

    The Ship Katharine Stewart Forbes Capt. A. Fell, from Portsmouth 22nd October, and the Cape of Good Hope, 5th February with a general cargo. This is part of the Bound for South Australia - Ships Lists Portal Project Sources: Southern Australian (Adelaide, SA : 1838 - 1844), Wednesday 27 March 1839, page 3 The Ships Passenger List This is a great time to add the profile to an Occup...

  • "Phoebe" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia in 1847

    1847 PHOEBE from London and Plymouth with Captain Wm. Dale, arrived Port Adelaide on 27-03-1847 with 230 emigrants This is part of the Bound for South Australia - Ships Lists Portal Project Sources: The Ships Passenger List This is a great time to add the profile to an Occupation Project and also to the country they settled FROM, Irish ; German and Prussian ; English ; Cornish ; Sco...

  • Bound for South Australia

    Bound for South Australia Portal page for projects related to immigration to South Australia. Here is a video to get you in the mood: Bound For South Australia South Australia was an unusual settlement within the British Empire. Unlike the older colonies on Australia’s eastern seaboard there were to be no convicts, and this commitment to a ‘free’ settlement was fiercely...

  • Premiers of South Australia

    The Premier of South Australia is the head of government in the state of South Australia. Before the 1890s when there was no formal party system in South Australia, MPs tended to have historical liberal or conservative beliefs. Image right: a photograph of former South Australian premiers Robert Richards, Sir Richard Butler, Lionel Hill, Sir Henry Barwell and Sir Thomas Playford, taken in 194...

  • "Cygnet" (Barque) - Colonists to South Australia in 1836

    The Barque Cygnet , 238 om was built Sulkea, opposite Calcutta 1827. Owned by T. Ward of London. She departed London's Shadwell Basin on March 20th, 1836 via Gravesend March 20-24, the Downs March 24-April 2, Portland Roads April 5-6 and Rio June 21-July 8. with Captain John Rolls and 84 passengers. The Cygnet arrived Nepean Bay, Kangaroo Island on September 11th, 1836 after putting into Rio de...

  • "Lord Goderich" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia in 1838

    The Lord Goderich sailed from London with Captain Andrew Smith, and arrived in Port Adelaide on 15 April 1838, 157 passengers (111 adults, 46 children). This long expected vessel has at length arrived after a tedious passage of six months. The detention was occasioned principally by some unpleasant differences between the passengers and the captain. In order to settle them, the ship put int...

  • Cornish Settlement in South Australia

    Cornish settlement in South Australia Cornish are sometimes described as one of the six Celtic Nations. They form part of the worldwide Cornish diaspora, which also includes large numbers of people in the US, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa, Mexico and many Latin American countries. Australians originating from Cornwall are thought to make up around 4.3 per cent of the Australian population...

  • "Papa" (ship) - European Settlers to South Australia 1877

    Ships List for the Papa to Port Adelaide 1877 Immigration: ARRIVAL OF THE PAPA. Another shipload of German emigrants arrived by the Papa on Wednesday, July 25 1877, and, judging from appearances and the doctor's report, the people are likely to prove a most desirable addition to our population. There are mechanics of every kind, and agricultural and other laborers, all of whom are anxious to ...

  • "Ocean or Wolga" (Ship) - European Pioneers to South Australia in 1849

    Friday, September 14th 1849 The ship Ocean, Fokkes, master, from Hamburg 26th April 1848. Sources: The Ships Passenger List as reported at the time SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (1849, September 17). Adelaide Times (SA : 1848 - 1858), p. 2. Retrieved January 18, 2016, from The Ships Passenger List more detailed and worked list If you have information on passengers or need help loc...

  • "Aden" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia in 1849

    The ship Aden, 423 tons, Baker, master, from London and Plymouth. Port Adeaide Wednesday, September 12th 1849 IN CABIN Mr and Mrs Chapman and three daughters Mrs Walter Chapman and four children Mr and Mrs Minspratt and two children Mr Grievson Mr Dunbar Mr O. Henriques Mr and Mrs N. Henriques Mr Christopher Mr Heigenbottom, Surgeon IN STEERAGE John Adamson Chris...

  • Lancastrian - Settlement in South Australia

    People from Lancashire who emigrated to South Australia Sources Lancashire OnLine Parish Clerks Transactions of the historic society of Lancashire and Cheshire vol. 126 This is a great time to add to the Occupation Project If you have information on passengers or need help locating them on the tree, start a discussion here.. Related Projects: Irish German and Prussian

  • "Santipore" (Barque) - Colonists to South Australia in 1848

    The barque Santipore left London 17th June 1848 arriving in South Australia on the 15th October 1848. 515 tons,Gilmore, master This is part of the Bound for South Australia - Ships Lists Portal Project Sources: The Ships Passenger List Origional List This is a great time to add the profile to an Occupation Project and also to the country they settled FROM, Irish ; German and Pruss...

  • Interstate - Pioneers to South Australia

    Not everyone arrived on a boat to Port Adelaide and often the ships passengers on local shipping was not recorded. If a person arrived on a vessel, add a project to this portal for that local voyage. If persons arrived via land, or unlisted on a local vessel, please add them to this project. If you have information or need help locating them on the tree, start a discussion here.. Inters...

  • Interstate -South Australia To New South Wales

    Please add profiles of people who sailed from South Australia to New South wales. Interstate movement in the early years of Nationhood. People moving from South Australia to New South wales on local shipping voyages. Small list only. If you have information on passengers or need help locating them on the tree, start a discussion here.. 1848 Monday, October 16th— The brig Phantom ...

  • Interstate - South Australia to Victoria

    Please add profiles of people who sailed from South Australia to Victoria. Interstate movement in the early years of Nationhood. People moving from South Australia to Victoria on local shipping voyages. Small list only. If you have information on passengers or need help locating them on the tree, start a discussion here.. 1869 PENOLA. steamer, 251 tons, F. P. Snewm, master, from Melbourne...

  • "Lady McDonald" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia in 1855

    The ship Lady Macdonald, (Lady McDonald) 567 tons (680 tons, new measurement), Captain Henry Biles, from Plymouth 15th December 1854, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 7th April 1855 Sources: The Ships Passenger List If you have information on passengers or need help locating them on the tree, start a discussion here.. Some of the passengers: The John Wakfer Family Stori...

  • Regional Portal - South Australia

    Here we will place links to resources and projects pertaining to more specific regions of South Australia. Cultural, historical and industrial as well as tourism and what makes these areas special. Convention and common use has divided South Australia into a number of regions. These do not always have strict boundaries between them and have no general administrative function or status. Many o...

  • "Emma" (Brig) - Colonists to South Australia in 1836

    The two mast brig Emma , 1836 from London with Captain John Nelson arrived Nepean Bay (Kangaroo Island Oct 5th) with 22 passengers (18 adults, 4 children) Sources: The Ships Passenger List If you have information on passengers or need help locating them on the tree, start a discussion here.. Some of the passengers: Stories Related Projects: Bound for South Australia - Ships ...

  • Interstate - Tasmania to South Australia

    Interstate - Tasmania to South Australia Sources: Ships Passenger Lists and Vessels If you have information on passengers or need help locating them on the tree, start a discussion here.. Related Projects: Interstate Pioneers To South Australia Bound for South Australia - Ships Lists Portal Died at sea - South Australia 1838 Caroline Francis (Evans) arrived in South ...

  • "Argincourt" (Barque) - Colonists to South Australia in 1855

    The barque Agincourt , 669 tons, Captain E.J. Pashley [1245/3], from Plymouth 6th September 1855, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 4th December 1855 This is part of the Bound for South Australia - Ships Lists Portal Project Sources: The Ships Passenger List SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (1855, December 5). South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), p. 2. This is a g...

  • County Kilkenny Ireland - arrivals in South Australia

    County Kilkenny Ireland - arrivals in South Australia Many single persons and some families arrived in South Australia, a free settlers State in the 1850's to 1880's. In working with these records it has been noticed that many did not stay in South Australia. They may have gone directly to the Goldfields, many appear in Victoria Australia and Queensland. This project will list these persons...

  • "Lismoyne" (Barque) - Colonists to South Australia in 1855

    barque Lismoyne, 506 tons, Captain Henry King, from Southampton 6th May 1855, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 23rd August 1855 This is part of the Bound for South Australia - Ships Lists Portal Project Sources: The Ships Passenger List This is a great time to add the profile to an Occupation Project and also to the country they settled FROM, Irish ; German and Prussian ; E...

  • Interstate - Victoria to South Australia

    Interstate - Victoria to South Australia (some may just be visiting - still proof of existence) Sources: Ships Passenger Lists and Vessels Index to Outward Passengers to Interstate, UK, NZ and Foreign Ports 1852-1923 If you have information on passengers or need help locating them on the tree, start a discussion here.. 1836 1837 1838 1839 1851 Mr. William Duffield ...

  • Licencing - South Australia - general hotel and transfers

    Licences were granted in early times of the colony, as they are now, and published in the news paper. Thanks to Trove we are able to retrieve these lists. This is invaluable to find people who are living in the State at these times, and also find where they lived and often what they did for a living. Please also add profiles to the Hoteliers occupation project This project lists hotels an...

  • Jury Duty List - South Australia

    People were placed on Jury Lists in early times of the colony and published in the news paper. Thanks to Trove we are able to retrieve these lists. This is invaluable to find people who are living in the State at these times, and also find where they lived and often what they did for a living. 1852 The following persons took the prescribed oath, and were placed on the Grand Jury List for ...

  • Licencing - South Australia - cattle slaughtering

    Licences were granted in early times of the colony, as they are now, and published in the news paper. Thanks to Trove we are able to retrieve these lists. This is invaluable to find people who are living in the State at these times, and also find where they lived and often what they did for a living. Some persons may in fact be Butchers, if so please add to the Butcher occupations project ...

  • Admella (ss) shipwreck 1859

    Wreck of the Admella The wreck of the SS Admella may not rate as the worst in Australia's maritime history, in terms of loss of life or the monetary value of its cargo, but it is without a doubt, one of the most horrifying in its closeness to land, and the inability of those at hand, both ashore and afloat, to provide assistance. SS Admella was an iron single screw steamer of 392 tons, buil...

  • "Shackamaxon" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia - 1853

    The ship Shackamaxon, 1090 tons, Captain H.W. West, from Liverpool, 4th October 1852, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 19th January 1853. Sources: The Ships Passenger List If you have information on passengers or need help locating them on the tree, start a discussion here.. Some of the passengers: Speck John 32 Farm Labourer 1520/3 Cambridge Sophia (Bowgen) 33 ...

  • "San Francisco" (Barque) European Pioneers to South Australia 1850

    The barque San Francisco , 800 tons, Captain C.S. Kramer, from Hamburg 23rd June 1850, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 14th October 1850. Sources: The Ships Passenger List This is a great time to add the profile to an Occupation Project and also to the country they settled FROM, Irish ; German and Prussian ; English ; Cornish ; Scottish

  • "Ohio" (Barque) - European Pioneers to South Australia in 1858

    The barque Ohio, 450 tons, Captain Herman Reuges, from Bremen 21st October 1857, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 3rd February 1858.This is part of the Bound for South Australia - Ships Lists Portal Project Sources:* The Ships Passenger List This is a great time to add the profile to an Occupation Project and also to the country they settled FROM, Irish ; German and Prussian ; English ...

  • "Inconstant" (Ship) - Earl Grey Orphans to South Australia in 1849

    On 15 February 1849 the Inconstant commanded by Captain Patrick Culliton, sailed from Plymouth for Adelaide in South Australia. On board were 209 Irish female migrants who sailed on the Inconstant from Plymouth to Adelaide on June 7,1849. Sources: The Ships Passenger List Irish Famine Memorial passenger list This is a great time to add the profile to an Occupation Project and also t...

  • Died at sea - South Australia

    Many did not make it to the new land, they were probably buried at sea and may have no monument to their passing. Please add profiles to this project for persons who died at sea on their way to South Australia. Shipwreck SS Admella 1859 Resources Family History SA The Ships List SA State Library Shipwrecks and Sea Rescue ABC Shipswrecks SA This project is included in T...

  • "Somersetshire" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia in 1839

    The Somersetshire 1839 from London with Captain John Jackson and 234 passengers, arrived Port Adelaide on August 24th, 1839 Sources: The Ships Passenger List If you have information on passengers or need help locating them on the tree, start a discussion here.. Some of the passengers: Samuel Sands a Tanner, and wife Elizabeth Keturah Putland Stories Related Projects: B...

  • "Gratitude" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia in 1848

    The ship Gratitude arrived in South Australia on 15th Aug 1848, Captain John Smith This is part of the Bound for South Australia - Ships Lists Portal Project Sources: The Ships Passenger List This is a great time to add the profile to an Occupation Project and also to the country they settled FROM, Irish ; German and Prussian ; English ; Cornish ; Scottish

  • "Roman Emperor" (Ship) - Earl Grey Orphans to South Australia in 1848

    The ship Roman Emperor was one of six ships participating in the Pauper Immigration Scheme, and departed London via Plymouth in July 1848 with Captain Chapman, bound for South Australia. She arrived in Adelaide on October 26th 1848. Sources: The Ships Passenger List This is a great time to add the profile to an Occupation Project and also to the country they settled FROM, Irish ; Germ...

  • "Cressy" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia in 1847

    The Ship Cressy left London and arrived in Port Adelaide August 19th 1847. The ship had been struck by Lightning twice. 720 Tons H Withers Master. Sources: The Ships Passenger List If you have information on passengers or need help locating them on the tree, start a discussion here.. Some of the passengers: Thomas Williams and Susan Lukey John Howard, wife Esther Baker and 2...

  • "John Bartlett" (Barque ) - Colonists to South Australia in 1847

    The barque John Bartlett, 381 tons, Woodward, master, from London on Wednesday, July 28th. Passengers— in the cabin; Rev. Dr Murphy, Bishop of Adelaide, The Rev. Michael O'Brien Rev. Dennis McGuin Messrs A. Blyth Lavington Glyde Henry Lea Louis Joseph Wo. Charles Stamp, and Mrs Stamp and two children In the steerage; Francis S. Harris Win. B. Wigleys Heniy...

  • "Isabella Watson" (Barque) - Colonists to South Australia in 1846

    The Barque Isabella Watson had 3 masts under the command of Captain A. G. Thompson departing from London arriving in Port Adelaide on the 14th May 1846. First assisted voyage since 1840 after the resumption of the scheme. Sources: The Ships Passenger List If you have information on passengers or need help locating them on the tree, start a discussion here.. Some of the passengers:...

  • "William Nicol" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia in 1840

    The William Nicol arrived in Port Adelaide on the 7th July 1840. Captain William Elder (1804-1882) brought Scottish and Irish immigrants to the new colony.The captain himself returned in 1844 on the Symmetry to settle, his brother was already here as to his brother in Law Captain James Malcolm who arrived on the Malcom from Brazil. Sources: The Ships Passenger List If you have informa...

  • "Fairfield" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia in 1840

    The Fairfield arrived in Port Adelaide on 14th Dec 1840 from London via Plymouth: Captain James Lee Monday, December 14.—The ship Fairfield, 434 tons, Captain James Lee, from London, Plymouth, and Table Bay, having left Plymouth on the 30th July, and the Cape in October. Passengers—Mr and Mrs Coke, Messrs Robinson, Rainsford, Barnett, and Burton (left at the Cape), and Battie (l...

  • "Eliza" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia in 1840

    1840 Eliza from London 4th Jan 1840 - Captain John Mann and 159 passengers, arrived Port Adelaide on 14th May 1840. The Eliza left Adelaide on June 8th for Timor put back through stress of weather and for repairs. She had got to the westward as far as 125 degrees, when she encountered a tremendous gale of wind from the westward, which drove her back to within a short distance of Kangaroo Island...

  • "Brightman" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia in 1840

    The ship Brightman was 3 masted and weighed 334 Tons. She left London, via Cork and arrived in Holdfast Bay, now Glenelg, on the 13 December 1840 This was the last ship of emigrants to arrive before suspension due to the grave financial crisis of the colony. Sources: The Ships Passenger List If you have information on passengers or need help locating them on the tree, start a [ disc...

  • "Fairlie" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia in 1840

    The Fairlie or Fairlee was a three masted square rigged ship weighing 756 tons. She departed from London on the 4 - 04 1840 via The Downs and arrived in Port Adelaide 7th July 1840. The Captain was Edward Garrett. South Australian notable Passengers were Thomas Bonython and his wife Ann Langdon, their son Robert Langdon and daughters Ann and Caroline, but they were not in a cabin. Cabin P...

  • "Java" (Barque) - Colonists to South Australia in 1840

    The Java from London 29 - 10 1839 via Plymouth with Captain Alexander Duthie and 464 passengers less 3 deaths, arrived Port Adelaide on Feb 6th, 1840. This is part of the Bound for South Australia - Ships Lists Portal Project Sources: The Ships Passenger List This is a great time to add the profile to an Occupation Project and also to the country they settled FROM, Irish ; German an...

  • "Delhi" (Vessel) - Colonists to South Australia in 1839

    The vessel Delhi arrived in South Australia from Liverpool on the 20th of December 1839 with 167 passengers on board captained by Samuel Herbert. This is part of the Bound for South Australia - Ships Lists Portal Project Sources: The Ships Passenger List This is a great time to add the profile to an Occupation Project and also to the country they settled FROM, Irish ; German and Pru...

  • "Thomas Harrison" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia in 1839

    The Thomas Harrison left London on 13 Nov 1838 traveled via Deal and arrived in Port Adelaide on 25 Feb 1839 Sources: The Ships Passenger List If you have information on passengers or need help locating them on the tree, start a discussion here.. Some of the passengers: Stocker Risely jnr, wife, John Henry Stocker Risely, Margaret Ann (wife), Sarah (later married George James ...

  • "Duchess Of Northumberland" (Barque) - Colonists to South Australia in 1839

    The Duchess Of Northumberland - 1839 Left London on August 6th and arrived South Australia on November 19th, 1839. The Duchess of Northumberland, commanded by Captain Frederick Geare, was a ship of 600 tonnes carrying 251 passengers and her crew. Oct 29.-The barque "Duchess of Northumberland," 541 tons, Freeman, from London, 8th, and Plymouth- 20th, July. Passengers - Rev. Mr Bagshaw, Dr. B...

  • "Planter" (Barque) - Colonists to South Australia in 1839

    The Barque Planter The ship was built at Newcastle on Tyne in 1835, weighed 347 tons and carried 106 passengers to South Australia. A Mutiny and debouched behavior by Captain Beazley. Sources: The Ships Passenger List If you have information on passengers or need help locating them on the tree, start a discussion here.. Some of the passengers: Alexander Hay single man from Scotl...

  • "Resource" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia in 1839

    The Ship Resource left London on 07 Oct 1838 and arrived at Port Adelaide on the 23 Jan 1839 Charles French Folland and wife Charlotte Vickery, who gave birth to Ellen on the ship after losing her child Ellen. George Bell, timber cutter, wife Jane Hunt and 5 children Sources: The Ships Passenger List Related Projects: Bound for South Australia - Ships Lists Portal Died a...

  • "Bardaster" - (Schooner) Colonists to South Australia in 1839

    The Bardaster from London with Captain John Virtue, arrived Port Adelaide on 22-01-1839 - voyage lasted 107 days - at least 50 passengers - Final destination - Sydney Sources: The Ships Passenger List If you have information on passengers or need help locating them on the tree, start a discussion here.. Some of the passengers: John Buchanan - found dead in Adelaide - was going ...

  • "Prince George" (Ship - London) - Colonists to South Australia - 1838

    The ship Prince George from London, The Downs September 12th, 1838 arrived Port Adelaide December 26th, 1838. with 199 passengers . Sources: The Ships Passenger List If you have information on passengers or need help locating them on the tree, start a discussion here.. Some of the passengers: Duncan McPherson and his wife Katherine McDonald from Laggan, Inverness, Scotland. Stor...

  • "lloyds" - (Barque) Colonists to South Australia in 1838

    The Lloyds from London was a wooden 3 mast barque built at Deptford, Kent in 1830 by T. Ward & J.B. Stone, 402/403/406 tons, length - 110' 7" beam - 28' 5" no depth of hold recorded. She left Gravesend on 1 August 1838 under Captain Garrett (or Gunett or K B Stone) and arrived Port Adelaide on 1 December 1838 carrying 181 passengers. Sources: The Ships Passenger List If you have infor...

  • "Duke of Roxburgh" (Barque) - Colonists to South Australia in 1838

    Duke of Roxburgh 1838 Built 1828 St Peters Quay, 416t, W 3 mast ship. Owners Money, Wigram & Co., reg. London. From London on April 12, 1838 under command of Captain Thomson, and touched at St. Jago. Arrived at Kingscote, Kangaroo Island, then Holdfast Bay, South Australia on July 28th, 1838 bringing 84 passengers (65 adults, 19 children). She also brought a dredge-boat (for the purposes ...

  • "Eden" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia in 1838

    The ship Eden left Portsmouth on February 26th 1838. However their journey was delayed for almost a month due to the mouth of the River Thames being frozen. They finally arrived in South Australia on June 24th 1838 Sources: The Ships Passenger List If you have information on passengers or need help locating them on the tree, start a discussion here.. Some of the passengers: Henr...

  • "Canton" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia in 1838

    The 3 masted ship Canton from London - Captain Mordaunt, J. arrived Port Adelaide on 2-05-1838 143 passengers. This is part of the Bound for South Australia - Ships Lists Portal Project Sources: The Ships Passenger List This is a great time to add the profile to an Occupation Project and also to the country they settled FROM, Irish ; German and Prussian ; English ; Cornish ; Scottish

  • "The Buffalo" (HMS) - Colonists to South Australia in 1836

    HMS Buffalo 1836 A three mast ship was built in 1813 in Calcutta and named Hindostan . In that same year the Royal Navy purchased this ship as a store ship and timber carrier and renamed it The Buffalo . Departed: Spithead, England on July 11th, St Helens on August 3rd, Rio de Janeiro on October 12th, 1836. Arrived: Pt Lincoln on December 24th 1836 and Holdfast Bay (now Glenelg) on Dece...

  • "Tam O'Shanter" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia in 1836

    The ship Tam O'Shanter departed on July 20th 1836 from London via Plymouth, under the command of Captain Whiteman Freeman, sailing in company with the Buffalo. Sources: The Ships Passenger List If you have information on passengers or need help locating them on the tree, start a discussion here.. Some of the passengers: Stories Related Projects: Bound for South Australia - S...

  • "John Pirie" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia in 1836

    The small ship John Pirie left London on February 22nd via the Downs, Falmouth and Dartmouth with Captain George Martin, arriving Nepean Bay (Kangaroo Island) August 16th, 1836. Persons on board - 28 passengers (23 adults - employees of the Company, and 5 children), and a crew of 10. Sources: The Ships Passenger List If you have information on passengers or need help locating them on ...

  • "Lady Mary Pelham" (Barque) - Colonists to South Australia in 1854

    The Lady Mary Pelham arrived Nepean Bay (Kangaroo Island) July 30th, 1836 - 122 days. Sources: The Ships Passenger List If you have information on passengers or need help locating them on the tree, start a discussion here.. Some of the passengers: Mostly crew but about 6 embarked. James Doine Thompson 25 years old, died on the voyage, but his wife, 29 years old and 2 children....

  • "Duke of York" - Colonists to South Australia in 1836

    DUKE OF YORK from London with Captain Robert Clarke Morgan, arriving Nepean Bay, Kangaroo Island July 27th, 1836 - 42 passengers THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COMPANY On January 2nd 1836, the S.A. Company was formed. The original directors being George F. Angas (chairman), Raikes Currie, MP, James Hyde, Charles Hindley, MP, Henry Kingscote, John Pirie, John Rundle, MP, Thomas Smith, James R. Todd an...

  • "Adamant" (Barque) - Colonists to South Australia in 1865

    The barque Adamant , 815 tons, Henry Consterdine, master, from London July 17th via Plymouth 30th July, 1865 arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 17th October 1865 This is part of the Bound for South Australia - Ships Lists Portal Project Sources: The Ships Passenger List This is a great time to add the profile to an Occupation Project and also to the country they settled FROM,...

  • "Coromandel" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia in 1836

    The Coromandel arrived Holdfast Bay, Adelaide on January 12th 1837 with 156 passengers (124 adults and 32 children), and was the first migrant ship to arrive in South Australia, after proclamation of the province. These emigrants were all under twenty six years of age, principally labourers and some mechanics and a few Lincolnshire shepherds. Of the one hundred and fifty-six passengers, all wit...

  • "Emigrant" (ship) - Colonists to South Australia in 1854

    The ship Emigrant, 934 tons, Captain Thomas Watson, from London 6th July, the Downs 7th July and Southampton 12th July 1854, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 24th October 1854. This is part of the Bound for South Australia - Ships Lists Portal Project Sources: The Ships Passenger List This is a great time to add the profile to an Occupation Project and also to the country t...

  • "Himalaya" (Barque) - Colonists to South Australia in 1849

    barque Himalaya, 477 tons, Captain R. Langford, from London & Plymouth 1st August 1849, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 17th November 1849 This is part of the Bound for South Australia - Ships Lists Portal Project Sources: The Ships Passenger List This is a great time to add the profile to an Occupation Project and also to the country they settled FROM, Irish ; German and ...

  • "Duchess of Northumberland" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia in 1847

    The ship Duchess of Northumberland, of 541 tons, with 254 emigrants, arrived here last night after a fine passage of 101 days, having sailed from London on the 8th and taken a final departure from Plymouth on the 20th July. The Surgeon Superintendent is M. A. Bowden, Esq., and the emigrants were under the spiritual care of the Rev. J. C. Bagshaw, a clergyman of the Established Church, by whom D...

  • "Earl Dalhousie" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia in 1874

    The ship Earl Dalhousie, 1,047 tons, Captain James Henderson, from London 9th October, Plymouth 24th October 1873, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 12th January 1874 Sources: The Ships Passenger List If you have information on passengers or need help locating them on the tree, start a discussion here.. Some of the passengers: Stories Related Projects: Bound for Sout...

  • "Steinwaerder" (Barque) - European Pioneers to South Australia - 1849

    The barque Steinwaerder, 630 tons, Captain G.S. Kramer, from Hamburg, Germany 30th August 1848, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 12th January 1849Sources:* The Ships Passenger List If you have information on passengers or need help locating them on the tree, start a [ discussion here..]==Some of the passengers:==StoriesRelated Projects:* Bound for South Australia - Ships Lists Portal *...

  • "Time and Truth" (Barque) - Colonists to South Australia in 1854

    The barque Time and Truth , 576 tons, Captain J. Dodds, from Plymouth 11th January 1854, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 6th May 1854 Passengers: Tim Fitzpatrick from Ireland aged 26 Dale William Hobart , wife Jane Underhill Elliot and son William. Sources: The Ships Passenger List Related Projects: Bound for South Australia - Ships Lists Portal Died at sea -...

  • Local - Shipping South Australia

    Local shipping movements can offer an insight in to your pioneer ancestors movements and goods that they produced. 1850 The cutter Petrel, 15 tons. Mills, master, from Port Lincoln 27th January. Passengers — Mr J. P. Pryce, Mr Swaffer, Mr Sinclair, Mr Stuckey, Mr Robinson, in the cabin; Mr Baxter, in the steerage. Cargo—6 bales wool, J. P. Pryce. The cutter Breeze , 20 ton...

  • "Sir John Lawrence" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia in 1863

    The ship Sir John Lawrence , 700 tons, Captain Ellery, from London 20th August, Plymouth 5th September, 1863 arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 14th December 1863 Sources: The Ships Passenger List If you have information on passengers or need help locating them on the tree, start a discussion here.. Some of the passengers: Christopher Dyer , wife Leticia Lewis and daughte...

  • "Dockenhuden" (Barque) European Pioneers to South Australia 1851

    barque Dockenhuden , 400 tons, Captain Meyer, from Hamburg 25th October 1850, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 11th February 1851. Sources: The Ships Passenger List This is a great time to add the profile to an Occupation Project and also to the country they settled FROM, Irish ; German and Prussian ; English ; Cornish ; Scottish

  • "G.H. Wappäus (Georg Heinrich Wappäus)" (Ship) - European Pioneers to South Australia - 1849

    The ship G.H. Wappäus (Georg Heinrich Wappäus) , 304 tons, Captain Petersen, from Hamburg 20th October 1848, via Bahia 20th December 1848, via Melbourne 6th March 1849, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 31st March 1849 Sources: The Ships Passenger List If you have information on passengers or need help locating them on the tree, start a discussion here.. Some o...

  • "Leontine" (Ship) - European Pioneers to South Australia - 1848

    The Bremen ship Leontine was built at Vegesack/Grohn by Johann Lange for the Bremen firm of D. H. Wätjen & Co., being launched on 19 April 1844. The South Australian Register Wednesday August 2 1848 Tuesday August 1, the Ship Leontine , 758 tons, William Ariaans, Master, from Bremen, 10th April. We have the pleasure to greet the arrival of another large batch of German emigrants by...

  • "Omega" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia - 1852

    The ship Omega , 765 tons, Captain James Potter, from London / Plymouth 29th May 1852, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 24th August 1852 Sources: The Ships Passenger List If you have information on passengers or need help locating them on the tree, start a discussion here.. Some of the passengers: William Pottinger Shearer , parents and siblings. Stories Related P...

  • The Barossa Cookery Book - South Australia

    A REGION, ITS RECIPES AND THEIR MEANING - THE BIRTH OF THE BAROSSA COOKERY BOOK "In its two major editions of 1917 and 1932, The Barossa cookery book shows a South Australian country community at two critical moments in its history, when a hybrid population of German and English people were coping with the external pressures of the First World War and, later, the economically depressed period...

  • Scottish settlement in South Australia

    Scottish settlement in South Australia " The links between Scotland and Australia stretch back to the first British expedition of the Endeavour under command of Lieutenant James Cook who was himself the son of a Scottish ploughman. Cook navigated and charted the east coast of Australia, making first landfall at Botany Bay on 29 April 1770. please add profiles here of Scottish people who set...

  • English Ships - Foreign Settlers to South Australia

    English Ships - Foreign Pioneers to South Australia lists "foreign" and German passengers on English ships arriving to South Australia. This project is to assist in the collection of this data. If you have information on passengers or need help locating them on the tree, start a discussion here.. Passengers on vessels: 1838 Coromandel ships list Geni Project for Coromandel Joh...

  • "George Washington" (Ship) - European Pioneers to South Australia - 1844

    The ship George Washington , 461 tons, Captain Matthias Probst, from Hamburg 23rd May 1844 & Bremen 29th May arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 12th September 1844. The South Australian Register, Saturday September 14th, 1844 Thursday September 12.— The ship George Washington, 461 tons, Probst, Master, from Bremen. Passengers Mr. L. Mundil, H.H. Behr, and F.G.H. Harzen, in the...

  • "Catharina" (Barque) - European Pioneers to South Australia - 1839

    The barque Catharina , 350 tons, Captain Peter Schacht, Hamburg 21st September 1838, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 22nd January 1839. The Catharina / Katharina was a barque of 350 tons, built at Kiel in 1810 The Catharina Group - January 1839 The last of the initial wave of immigrants arrived in January 1839, on the Catharina. This group settled predominantly at Glen Osmond. S...

  • "Fatima" (Barque) - Colonists to South Australia in 1850

    The barque Fatima, 521 tons, Captain George Ray, from London 17th January 1850 / Plymouth 13th February 1850, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 11th June 1850. Sources: The Ships Passenger List This is a great time to add the profile to an Occupation Project and also to the country they settled FROM, Irish ; German and Prussian ; English ; Cornish ; Scottish

  • "Prince George" (Barque) - European Pioneers to South Australia - 1838

    An Historic Voyage The barque Prince George , 317 tons, Captain Frederick Bigger Chilcott, from Hamburg 8th July 1838, via Plymouth 23rd to 31st July, arrived at Holdfast Bay 18th November 1838 & Port Adelaide, South Australia two to three days later, Dr. Drescher, ships' surgeon. The Prince George was a barque, built at Newcastle upon Tyne in 1828. The Prince George and Bengalee group - ...

  • "Princess Louise" (Ship) European Pioneers to South Australia 1849

    The ship Princess Louise / Prinzessin Luise , 356 tons, Captain Bohr, from Hamburg 26th March 1849, via Rio De Janeiro, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 7th August 1849. Sources: The Ships Passenger List This is a great time to add the profile to an Occupation Project and also to the country they settled FROM, Irish ; German and Prussian ; English ; Cornish ; Scottish

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