ADDERMAN Thomas, Mary (wife), Joshua AITCHISON Elliot AITCHISON James, Isabella HENDERSON, My, Isabella APPLETON Henry, Margaret Ann (wife), Hy, Priscilla, Artemus, Em, Reuben, Rhoda, Andrew, Louisa ASHTON John, Elizabeth (wife) BELL Elizabeth, Margaret BELL Walter BELL Francis, Janet WELLS / WALLS, Eliz, Agnes BELL James, Jane MCCARTHY BELL William Gordon, wife, Wm Gordon, Mgt, Eliz BLAKE William BOOTS Thomas, Mary STANDEN, Chas, Chlt, Thos, Wm, Fdk, John, My BRADY Joseph BRANDON Thomas BRENNAND (Thomas?), wife, 3 ch (inc Jas?) BRENNAND Margaret BROADFOOT Alexander BROOKS Thomas, Mary (wife), Thos, Wm, Fdk, John, Jas, My BURBY Joseph BURROW / BARROWS James, wife CAMPBELL CARTER / CANTER Eliza CARTER / CANTER W M CHAPMAN Mrs nee HALE, Eliz (Sarah?), dau, (son?) COMBS John, Anna Maria HARTLEY, Moses, Emiline, Jane COPPINS William, Jane (wife), James, Geo, Eliz COTTRELL Peter, Ann (wife) COWAN David, Elizabeth THOMSON CRAWFORD Neil DEAN Peter DRUMMOND Benjamin, Sarah (wife), Alfred, Phoebe, Fdk DRUMMOND Margaret DRUMMOND William DUNNAGE / DRUNMARGE John, Jeannette (wife) DUNSMORE William EASTWOOD John EASTWOOD Simeon ELLIOTT William, Prudence SMITHSON, John, Wm, Faith FARRAR Simeon, Anne LOUDEN, Anne Louden FILDES / FILES George FISHER Joseph, Elizabeth BOOTH, son, Culbert, Sarah, Isaac, Ann GARLICK William, Martha VICKERMAN, Wm, Anna Maria, Rd GIBBONS Samuel, wife (Sarah BEDINGTON?), Wm, Sarah GREIG Alexander, Margaret SPALDING HARKNESS John HART John, Lucy RUSHER, My Ann, Jas Rusher, Seth Mattison, David, Rose Eliz HASTINGS (Thomas M?) HAWKINS Alice, (child) HAYWARD Joseph/James HIGHET Henry George, Mary PICKTHALL, Geo Wm, Thos Hy, Wm, My Jane, Helen, Jas, Ann, Janet, Ellen HOPE Eliza HUTCHINSON James, Jane (wife), Jane JELFS Thomas, Ann BEECH, Ellen JOHNSON George Walker, Frances TRAVITT KEALEY Robert H KEIVELY William KNIGHT George KNOWLES James LADYMAN Joseph, Isabella FAWCETT, Jane, Joseph Horsfell, Julia, Hy, John (b@sea) LEA / LEAS Cabolum, Elizabeth (wife)
LEA George, Caroline WHITMORE, Elizabeth
LEA, Caroline nee WHITMORE
Mr. and Mrs. George Lea were residents of Birmingham (England), who left their quiet English home to come out to South Australia in 1839, three years after the colony's foundation. They soiled in the Lady Lilford, with a little girl, aged three years and a half. During the voyage out, a baby son was born to the young mother, who was named John Lilford (after the vessel in which he was born). Mr. and Mrs. Lea had a sorrowful arrival in South Australia, for soon after they landed, on September 25, 1839, their baby, born at sea, died. Their first home was in Immigration square, and then, as Mrs. Lea described it, in a "dugout" in George street, Thebarton. A daughter, Mrs. S. Lander, was born there 92 years ago, and she still lives on the spot. Mrs. Lea had two sons and three daughters. She was "of a lively disposition" as the phrase of the day had it, and was an enthusiastic worker for charity. In September, 1892, she died, aged 84 and was buried on the fifty-third anniversary of her arrival in the State, in the Hindmarsh Cemetery. Her husband was a cabinet maker, who claimed that he was the first to import glass windows into South Australia.
News Thursday 19 March 1936 page 16
LITTLE Peter, Elizabeth RUTHERFORD LENNY / LONIE John LUTHER Eliza MALCOLM Pulteney MAY Margaret MCCARTHY John Huggard MCCARTHY Lawrence Cormac, Ann Frances WHEELER, My Ann, Bartholomew Joseph MCDONALD John MCHARG John, Elizabeth MCGUFFOG, Sarah, Eliz, John, My, Rosanna, Agnes MCKELLAR Catherine, Georgiana, Harriet (siblings) MCKELLAR Donald MCKELLAR James MCKELLAR John MCKENZIE Elizabeth MCLENAN / (MCLENNAN Samuel?), wife, child MERCER Joseph MOULDEN Thomas
MURRAY, Alexander Borthwick
MURRAY Pulteney Malcolm NOBLE Valentine PATTER / POTTER William PEACH Richard REYNELL Alfred RIGBYE John Thomas, Jane STOPFORTH (2nd wife), Ann, Eleanore (←1st wife), (2nd→) Beatrice Maria
ROBERTS, William Henry
Courtesy of the State Library of South Australia
ROBERTSON Adam, Elizabeth MCPHERSON, John, Eliz ROBERTS / ROBERTSON J(ohn?), (wife, dau) SCHOCROFT William SCHOFIELD William
SMITH, Henry, Mary HARTLEY
SMITH.—On the 16th June, at Gouger-street, Adelaide, Henry Smith, wheelwright, late of Gawler, aged 77 years. Arrived in the ship Lady Linford, 1839. English and Melbourne papers please copy.
South Australian Chronicle Saturday 16 July 1892 page 4
SMITH, Mary nee HARTLEY
SMITH Richard SMITH William STOCK Robert STOWE Frederick SWINGLER / SINCLAIR Benjamin WALLACE James, Elizabeth (CAMPBELL?), Eliz, Sarah WARD John Ralph Hansford WILSON John, wife, John, Ptr WOTHERSPOON John WORTHINGTON George WRIGHT David, Elizabeth (wife), David, Hy Geo