Search billions of records on Ancestry.com
   

 

Information requested

 

 

transcribed from the South Australian Government Gazette

 

SURNAME

DATE

PARTICULARS

allen

9th September 1852

William Allen, who came out in the Candahar, March 1850, from Stradbroke, near Woodbridge, Suffolk is requested to communicate his address to the Immigration Agent

anderson

20th May 1852

Abraham Anderson- Information is requested (at the instance of his mother, who has recently arrived in Melbourne), respecting Abraham Anderson, who about 5 years ago held the situation of Assistant Telegraph Keeper at Melbourne and who is supposed to have left the Port Phillip District for one or other of the adjacent Colonies

BAKER

5th Sept 1854

P8

Edward and Eliza Baker and family, who are supposed to have arrived from Melbourne, are requested to send their address to this office. H Duncan M.D. Immigration Agent

BELDEN

26th September 1867

Information is required at this office respecting one George Belden, formerly of the Parish of St. Martins Oak, Norwich, Norfolk, who left England for Australia about 3 years ago, and is supposed to have been employed as a fireman on board a steamer trading between Australian ports. The said George Belden is of dark complexion, dark eyes, stout built, height 5ft 2½in. Any person who can furnish the address of the said George Belden, if living, or if dead, particulars as to his death and place of burial, will oblige by communicating with this office. Property of considerable amount is in question. Henry Ayers, Chief Secretary

BENTLEY

18th Nov 1852

P705

Cornelius Bentley who is understood to have left England in the Omega about the 27th of April 1851 for Port Adelaide is requested to communicate his address to the undersigned. G.V.Butler, Immigration Agent

CASSIDAY

18th Nov 1852

P705

Mathew Cassiday an immigrant by the Sultana is requested to communicate his address to the undersigned. G.V. Butler, Immigration Agent

CROXTON

7TH Nov 1849

P515

Any person who can give information respecting Mr George Croxton, who arrived in this Colony in the month of February last, in the emigrant ship Marion, in which ship he was schoolmaster, is requested to communicate with me, either personally, or by letter, addressed “On Her Majesty’s Service, Immigration Office, Adelaide” Chas P Brewer-Immigration Agent

denson

  6th May 1852

Hannah Murfitt Denson, who came to this colony in the emigrant ship Bussorah Merchant in 1848 is requested to communicate her address to the Immigration Agent

fowler

9th September 1852

Charles Fowler, from the Kish House, Arklow, County Wicklow, left Ireland about April 1851, is requested to communicate his address to the Immigration Agent

gladwyn

9th September 1852

Charles Gladwyn, who arrived in the Ocean Queen, which vessel left Plymouth January 1850, is requested to communicate his address to the Immigration Agent

gruer

22nd July 1852

Betsey or Flora Gruer (sisters) who came to this colony in the Reliance, are requested to communicate their address to the undersigned. Immigration Agent

heaslip

 19th February 1852

Benjamin Heaslip an immigrant to this Colony by the vessel Osceola, which vessel arrived at Port Adelaide 7th April last is requested to communicate his address to the Immigration Agent without delay

JACKSON

15TH Jun 1855

P472

Information is requested regarding Mary Ann Jackson, who arrived in this Colony by the Government emigrant ship Wanderer, in the year 1851. She was then single and twenty-one years of age. When last heard of by her relatives she was resident in Port Adelaide, in August 1852. Any one who can give information regarding the said Mary Ann Jackson, is requested to forward the same to this office. H Duncan M.D. Immigration Agent

jamieson

16th September 1852

David Jamieson, an immigrant by the Epamimondas (a miner by trade) is requested to communicate his address to this office without delay. Immigration Agent

MACENTOSH

17TH Sept 1855

P724

Information is requested at this office, regarding the address of Martha Macentosh, who arrived in the Epaminondas, in December 1853  H Duncan M.D. Immigration Agent

MACKEY

23RD Aug 1855

P640

Information is desired by the Government of Van Diemen’s Land, relative to Charles Mackey, the person whose description is hereunder published. He or his representatives may hear of something to his or their advantage by applying at this office; and any person who can afford any information respecting him is requested to communicate it to this address. By His Excellency’s command B T Finniss, Colonial Secretary

 

Name, Charles Mackey, Ship Juliana, trade tinman, height without shoes 5ft 4¾in, age 29 in 1821, complexion dark, hair brown, eyes blue, CM on left arm, pock pitted and broken nose, native place Birmingham

MIDDLETON

14th February 1867

Information is requested at this office as to the address of Thomas Middleton, age 36 years, a native of Huntingdon, and who formed one of McKinlay’s party in his search for Burke and Wills in 1861. Was last heard of in Sydney in 1863. James N Blackmore, Secretary

RAINSFORD

11TH Aug 1855

P620

Information is requested regarding the address of Mr George Rainsford, who came to this Colony by the ship Sultana in the year 1852.  H Duncan M.D. Immigration Agent

SALMON

28TH Nov 1849

P551

Enquiries having been made, through the Right Honorable the Secretary of State, relative to Joseph Salmon, immigrant to this colony by the Buckinghamshire, in the year 1839 and who is supposed to have proceeded northward within the last 3 months, in search of employment as a shepherd,-any person who is able to furnish information concerning him, is requested to communicate the same to this office. Chas Sturt Colonial Secretary

WARD

 14th February 1867

Information is requested at this office as to the address of Henry Ward, a plumber, age 28 years, who arrived in this province per Electric, Government Immigration ship, on the 24th September, 1865. James N Blackmore, Secretary

 

 

Index Page

 

Home Page