John Edward Cooper 1a

Birth Name Cooper, John Edward 2a 3a 4a 5a 6a 5b 5c 5d 5 5 5 7 5 5
Gramps ID P72
Gender male
Age at Death 68 years, 14 days

Events

Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Birth 1863-11-11 Birmingham, England 4 Gloucester Terrace. Obit states that he was born in Birmingham. Parents there for 1861 Census.
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Departure 1866-06-09 Plymouth, Devon, England http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article28790030
 
Arrival 1866-09-16 Port Adelaide, South Australia, Australia "Hougoumont," listed as "John E. Cooper" in the South Australian Register.
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Residence 1909 Portland, Victoria, Australia Emma Cooper also living in Fern St.
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Residence 1911 Horsham, Victoria, Australia Family moves to Horsham. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article72698282
 
Residence 1912 Horsham, Victoria, Australia  
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Residence 1913 Horsham, Victoria, Australia Baillie St, with Emma.
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Residence 1914 Horsham, Victoria, Australia Sloss St, cook.
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Residence 1915 Horsham, Victoria, Australia  
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Residence 1919 Horsham, Victoria, Australia  
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Residence 1921 Horsham, Victoria, Australia  
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Residence 1924 Horsham, Victoria, Australia  
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Residence 1928 Horsham, Victoria, Australia  
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Death 1931-11-25 Horsham, Victoria, Australia Father listed as "Joseph Richard Cooper" on Death Certificate. 1931,14597,,Cooper,John Edward,Cooper Joseph Richard,Williams Sarah Anne,Horsham,68,
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Burial 1931-11-26 Horsham, Victoria, Australia Horsham Cemetery
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Parents

Relation to main person Name Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father Joseph Richard Cooper [P58]
Mother Sarah Ann Williamson [P57]
         John Edward Cooper [P72]
    Sister     Amelia Rickards Cooper [P68]
    Sister     Rachel Louisa Cooper [P52]
 
Father Joseph Richard Cooper [P58]
Stepmother Elizabeth Warner [P544]
    Half-sister     Sarah Ann Cooper [P543]
    Half-brother     Joseph Talbot Cooper [P538]
    Half-sister     Rose Elizabeth Cooper [P542]
    Half-brother     Charles Edward Cooper [P541]
    Half-sister     Lillian Flora Violet Cooper [P540]

Families

    Family of John Edward Cooper and Emma Jacob [F0123]
Married Wife Emma Jacob [P786]
   
Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Marriage 1893-01-25 Glenburnie, South Australia, Australia Res of Mrs Jacob
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  Children
  1. Florrie Evelyn Cooper [P784]
  2. Emma Amelia Cooper [P783]
  3. Emily Doris Gladys Cooper [P782]
  4. Henry Arthur Cooper [P778]
  5. Edward John Cooper [P781]
  6. Leslie Howard Cooper [P785]
  7. Jessie Mary Cooper [P780]
  8. Lillie Agnes Cooper [P779]

Pedigree

  1. Joseph Richard Cooper [P58]
    1. Sarah Ann Williamson [P57]
      1. John Edward Cooper
        1. Emma Jacob [P786]
          1. Florrie Evelyn Cooper [P784]
          2. Emma Amelia Cooper [P783]
          3. Emily Doris Gladys Cooper [P782]
          4. Henry Arthur Cooper [P778]
          5. Edward John Cooper [P781]
          6. Leslie Howard Cooper [P785]
          7. Jessie Mary Cooper [P780]
          8. Lillie Agnes Cooper [P779]
      2. Amelia Rickards Cooper [P68]
      3. Rachel Louisa Cooper [P52]

Ancestors

Source References

  1. Ancestry Family Trees [S-2088126490]
      • Page: Ancestry Family Trees
      • Source text:

        http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=27532969

      • Page: Cited in the family tree "Causer 14" created by "mjcauser"
      • General:

        http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/23017240/person/1342863009

      • Source text:

        http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=0

  2. Ancestry.com: Australia Death Index, 1787-1985 [S-2088131544]
      • General:

        http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ausdeathindex&h=1987635&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt

      • Source text:

        Birth date: abt 1863 Birth place: Death date: 1931 Death place: Horsham, Victoria

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        http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ausdeathindex&h=1987635&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt

      • Source text:

        Birth date: abt 1863 Birth place: Death date: 1931 Death place: Horsham, Victoria

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        http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ausdeathindex&h=1987635&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt

      • Source text:

        Birth date: abt 1863 Birth place: Death date: 1931 Death place: Horsham, Victoria

  3. Ancestry.com: Australia Marriage Index, 1788-1950 [S-2088216052]
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        http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ausmarrindex&h=5274084&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt

      • Source text:

        Marriage date: 1893 Marriage place: Res of Mrs Jacob Stenburnie Mount Gambier, South Australia

      • General:

        http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ausmarrindex&h=5274084&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt

      • Source text:

        Marriage date: 1893 Marriage place: Res of Mrs Jacob Stenburnie Mount Gambier, South Australia

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        http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ausmarrindex&h=5302814&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt

      • Source text:

        Marriage date: 1893 Marriage place: Res of Mrs Jacob Stenburnie Mount Gambier, South Australia

  4. Horsham Times [S-1643505599]
      • Date: 1931-11-27
      • Page: 1931 'OBITUARY.', The Horsham Times (Vic. : 1882 - 1954), 27 November, p. 3, viewed 13
      • General:

        http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article72654502

      • Source text:

        Popularly known in Horsham for his cheery disposition and sunny outlook, the, passing of Mr. John Edward Cooper, of Green Park, on Wednesday, will be regretted by a large number of friends and relatives. Hale and hearty up till about six weeks ago, when he entered the Horsham Base Hospital, the late Mr. Cooper was 68 years of age and followed the occupa- tion of a cook, although he frequently turned his attention to other occupations as gardening. He was a revered member of the Horsham Salvation Army and officiated in the band as base drummer for many years. He was born-at Birmingham, England, and for a time lived in South Australia, where he was married at Port MacDonald. He came to Victoria 26 years ago and has spent most of his time in Horsham. He leaves a grown up family of five daughters and two sons, viz, Florrie (Mrs. George. Barnett, Horsham), Millie (Mrs. Frank Nordberg. Brunswick), Emily (Mrs. Wm. Living, Horsham). "'Ted," (Gerang), Leslie (Ringwood) Jessie (Mrs. Alex. Bowden, Lake Kar- nak), Lillie (Mrs. Herb. Barnett, Horsham). One son, Henry, is deceased. His wife predeceased him five years ago. The funeral took place at the Horsham cemetery yesterday. The cof- fin-bearers were Messrs. V. Williamson G. Knonagel, L. H. Cooper, H. Barnett, G. H. Barnett and W. Living. The service at the grave was conducted by Ensign Downing. Messrs Weight and Son had charge of the arrangements.

      • Date: 1931-11-27
      • Page: 1931 'OBITUARY.', The Horsham Times (Vic. : 1882 - 1954), 27 November, p. 3, viewed 13
      • General:

        http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article72654502

      • Source text:

        Popularly known in Horsham for his cheery disposition and sunny outlook, the, passing of Mr. John Edward Cooper, of Green Park, on Wednesday, will be regretted by a large number of friends and relatives. Hale and hearty up till about six weeks ago, when he entered the Horsham Base Hospital, the late Mr. Cooper was 68 years of age and followed the occupa- tion of a cook, although he frequently turned his attention to other occupations as gardening. He was a revered member of the Horsham Salvation Army and officiated in the band as base drummer for many years. He was born-at Birmingham, England, and for a time lived in South Australia, where he was married at Port MacDonald. He came to Victoria 26 years ago and has spent most of his time in Horsham. He leaves a grown up family of five daughters and two sons, viz, Florrie (Mrs. George. Barnett, Horsham), Millie (Mrs. Frank Nordberg. Brunswick), Emily (Mrs. Wm. Living, Horsham). "'Ted," (Gerang), Leslie (Ringwood) Jessie (Mrs. Alex. Bowden, Lake Kar- nak), Lillie (Mrs. Herb. Barnett, Horsham). One son, Henry, is deceased. His wife predeceased him five years ago. The funeral took place at the Horsham cemetery yesterday. The cof- fin-bearers were Messrs. V. Williamson G. Knonagel, L. H. Cooper, H. Barnett, G. H. Barnett and W. Living. The service at the grave was conducted by Ensign Downing. Messrs Weight and Son had charge of the arrangements.

      • Date: 1931-11-27
      • Page: 1931 'OBITUARY.', The Horsham Times (Vic. : 1882 - 1954), 27 November, p. 3, viewed 13
      • General:

        http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article72654502

      • Source text:

        Popularly known in Horsham for his cheery disposition and sunny outlook, the, passing of Mr. John Edward Cooper, of Green Park, on Wednesday, will be regretted by a large number of friends and relatives. Hale and hearty up till about six weeks ago, when he entered the Horsham Base Hospital, the late Mr. Cooper was 68 years of age and followed the occupa- tion of a cook, although he frequently turned his attention to other occupations as gardening. He was a revered member of the Horsham Salvation Army and officiated in the band as base drummer for many years. He was born-at Birmingham, England, and for a time lived in South Australia, where he was married at Port MacDonald. He came to Victoria 26 years ago and has spent most of his time in Horsham. He leaves a grown up family of five daughters and two sons, viz, Florrie (Mrs. George. Barnett, Horsham), Millie (Mrs. Frank Nordberg. Brunswick), Emily (Mrs. Wm. Living, Horsham). "'Ted," (Gerang), Leslie (Ringwood) Jessie (Mrs. Alex. Bowden, Lake Kar- nak), Lillie (Mrs. Herb. Barnett, Horsham). One son, Henry, is deceased. His wife predeceased him five years ago. The funeral took place at the Horsham cemetery yesterday. The cof- fin-bearers were Messrs. V. Williamson G. Knonagel, L. H. Cooper, H. Barnett, G. H. Barnett and W. Living. The service at the grave was conducted by Ensign Downing. Messrs Weight and Son had charge of the arrangements.

      • Date: 1931-11-27
      • Page: 1931 'OBITUARY.', The Horsham Times (Vic. : 1882 - 1954), 27 November, p. 3, viewed 13
      • General:

        http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article72654502

      • Source text:

        Popularly known in Horsham for his cheery disposition and sunny outlook, the, passing of Mr. John Edward Cooper, of Green Park, on Wednesday, will be regretted by a large number of friends and relatives. Hale and hearty up till about six weeks ago, when he entered the Horsham Base Hospital, the late Mr. Cooper was 68 years of age and followed the occupa- tion of a cook, although he frequently turned his attention to other occupations as gardening. He was a revered member of the Horsham Salvation Army and officiated in the band as base drummer for many years. He was born-at Birmingham, England, and for a time lived in South Australia, where he was married at Port MacDonald. He came to Victoria 26 years ago and has spent most of his time in Horsham. He leaves a grown up family of five daughters and two sons, viz, Florrie (Mrs. George. Barnett, Horsham), Millie (Mrs. Frank Nordberg. Brunswick), Emily (Mrs. Wm. Living, Horsham). "'Ted," (Gerang), Leslie (Ringwood) Jessie (Mrs. Alex. Bowden, Lake Kar- nak), Lillie (Mrs. Herb. Barnett, Horsham). One son, Henry, is deceased. His wife predeceased him five years ago. The funeral took place at the Horsham cemetery yesterday. The cof- fin-bearers were Messrs. V. Williamson G. Knonagel, L. H. Cooper, H. Barnett, G. H. Barnett and W. Living. The service at the grave was conducted by Ensign Downing. Messrs Weight and Son had charge of the arrangements.

      • Date: 1931-11-27
      • Page: 1931 'OBITUARY.', The Horsham Times (Vic. : 1882 - 1954), 27 November, p. 3, viewed 13
      • General:

        http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article72654502

      • Source text:

        Popularly known in Horsham for his cheery disposition and sunny outlook, the, passing of Mr. John Edward Cooper, of Green Park, on Wednesday, will be regretted by a large number of friends and relatives. Hale and hearty up till about six weeks ago, when he entered the Horsham Base Hospital, the late Mr. Cooper was 68 years of age and followed the occupa- tion of a cook, although he frequently turned his attention to other occupations as gardening. He was a revered member of the Horsham Salvation Army and officiated in the band as base drummer for many years. He was born-at Birmingham, England, and for a time lived in South Australia, where he was married at Port MacDonald. He came to Victoria 26 years ago and has spent most of his time in Horsham. He leaves a grown up family of five daughters and two sons, viz, Florrie (Mrs. George. Barnett, Horsham), Millie (Mrs. Frank Nordberg. Brunswick), Emily (Mrs. Wm. Living, Horsham). "'Ted," (Gerang), Leslie (Ringwood) Jessie (Mrs. Alex. Bowden, Lake Kar- nak), Lillie (Mrs. Herb. Barnett, Horsham). One son, Henry, is deceased. His wife predeceased him five years ago. The funeral took place at the Horsham cemetery yesterday. The cof- fin-bearers were Messrs. V. Williamson G. Knonagel, L. H. Cooper, H. Barnett, G. H. Barnett and W. Living. The service at the grave was conducted by Ensign Downing. Messrs Weight and Son had charge of the arrangements.

  5. Ancestry.com: Australian Electoral Rolls, 1903-1954 [S-2088127813]
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        http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=auselectoralrolls&h=10060462&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt

      • Source text:

        Residence date: 1914 Residence place: Horsham, Wannon, Victoria, Australia

      • General:

        http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=auselectoralrolls&h=9264773&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt

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        Residence date: 1909 Residence place: Portland, Wannon, Victoria, Australia

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        http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=auselectoralrolls&h=10887556&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt

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        Residence date: 1919 Residence place: Horsham, Wannon, Victoria, Australia

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        http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=auselectoralrolls&h=11841210&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt

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        Residence date: 1924 Residence place: Horsham, Wannon, Victoria, Australia

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        http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=auselectoralrolls&h=9264773&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt

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        Residence date: 1909 Residence place: Portland, Wannon, Victoria, Australia

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        http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=auselectoralrolls&h=10060462&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt

      • Source text:

        Residence date: 1914 Residence place: Horsham, Wannon, Victoria, Australia

      • General:

        http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=auselectoralrolls&h=10887556&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt

      • Source text:

        Residence date: 1919 Residence place: Horsham, Wannon, Victoria, Australia

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        http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=auselectoralrolls&h=11841210&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt

      • Source text:

        Residence date: 1924 Residence place: Horsham, Wannon, Victoria, Australia

  6. South Australian Register [S-1847036939]
      • Date: 1866-09-17
      • Page: 1866 'ARRIVAL OF THE HOUGOUMONT, WITH 334 IMMIGRANTS.', South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), 17 September, p. 3
      • General:

        http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article41032223

      • Source text:

        ARRIVAL OF THE HOUGOUMONT. WITH 334 IMMIGRANTS.The Hougoumont turned up in a strong gale on Sunday morning, and the weather was such that the beach lifeboat took off all the officers from the boarding station, and well she behaved, shipping an occasional lip of water; but letting it out again instantly. On reaching the ship the surgeon re- ported 24 cases of measles on the voyage, and although none of them had been fatal the Additional Health Officer decided to keep her in quarantine until Dr. Duncan was communicated with. It was fortunate she had no cases on board on arrival, nor had there been any from August 18. The Surgeon-Superintendent is an old hand in the service, having been here on several previous occasions; and Captain Cosens is so well known in the Adelaide trade as to require no comments on his reputation as a kind and attentive master. We shall take an early opportunity of visiting and reporting on the state of the vessel. The following are the names of the immigrants, together with their national and industrial classification :—English.— Wm. Brewer, Charles, Jane, Maud E. and George H. Burton, Abraham, Hannah, Elizabeth, Theresea, Abraham, and Hannah Carter, George and Henry Carter, Elizabeth Carter, Charles, Ann, and Margaret Campbell, Charles Clarke, Wm., Elizabeth, and Emily Coe. John, Susan, Charles, Esther, and Albert Cook, Richard, Sarah A., Henry, and John E. Cooper, John Davies. Caroline Downing, Henry Dunn, Elizabeth Elstone, Sarah Flint, Susan George, Elizabeth Hales, Wm. Hawthorn, John Inwood, Henry, Ann. and Emma Knoles. Wm., Sarah, Sarah, Elizabeth, and Grace Lampier, George, Eliza, and James Lampier, John Meredith, Helen Moir, Harriett Murray, Thomas, Mary, and Thomas Sanders, Edward Smith, Marie, James, and Sarah Veysal, Isaac, Eliza, and William Whicker, Char- lotte Woolley, Albert Woolley, MaryJ. Zozer. Scotch.— John Allan, Mary Allan, Augusta Anderson, Sarah Arthuton, James Banks, Dorothy Black. Robert, Julia, William. Duncan, and Eliza- beth Blair, James Boath, William Brymer, Robina and Jane Caldwell, Elizabeth Carlton, Jane Clarke, Mary Common, William Common, Catherine Dalgleish, Mary and Agnes Dodds, Theresa Duncan, David, Martha, and Jane Duncan, Alexander Ferguson, Edward Fer- guson, John Foubester, John Fraser, James Fulton, Jemima Glascow, Joseph Glendining. George, Margaret and Jane Graham, Mary and Ellen Gray, Jane Lavick, Fred, Liston, Catherine and Catherine Manson. James and Alexander Martin, William, Violet, Peter, William, Mary, and Duncan Martin, James and Robert McAra, Matilda McAra, Matilda and Catherine McAra, Donald McCoag, Angus McColl, Norman McLean, Alexander McLean, John McLeod, John McRea, Charles and Isabella Moir. William and James Moir, Andrew, Elizabeth, Robert, James, Agnes and Margaret Patterson, James Quinn, Adam, Ellen, Adam, and Barbara Steadman, Isabella Smith, James, Margaret, Margaret, and James Thain, Sophia Thompson, Alexander Mannan. Alexander Wilson, Jane Wright. Irish - Mary Bergan, Daniel and Pat Brady, John Cahill, Bridget and Margaret Calliney, Martin Canny, James Carson, Mack Clune, Ann Clune, Pat Cocoran, Ellen and Eliza Connell, Mary, Mary, and Catherine Conny, Thomas Conway, Bridget Crothy, Pat Crowley, Michael Cunningham, James Curran, Austin Davoran, Mary Davoran, Bridget Dillon, James, Ellen, Johanna, and Ellen Dinan, Michael and James Dobbin, John Donohue, Mary Donohue, Thomas Digan, Thomas and Simon Dullard, Mary Dowling, Mary Dullard, Catherine Dundon, Jane Edwards, James Fenessy, Pat and John Fitzpatrick, William, Mary, and Michael Fitzgerald, John Flanagan, Julia Foley, John Gal- ligan, John Galligan, George Galvin, Wil- liam Glacken, Margaret Glanville, Mick. Grimes, Michael Guerin. Honora, Catherine, and Mary Haren, Michael, and John Haren, John Hartigan, Wm. and Annie Haynes, Margaret Hayes, James Heays, Denis, and Lucy Hehir, Ann Hells, Denis Hennessy, Thomas Hill, Thomas Hogan, Hannah Carney, Michael Kain, Pat Kearney, Mary, and Winifred Kiely, Pat Latiff, Pat Leo, Denis Lyons, Mary Lyons, Bridget Macnamara, Margaret Macnamarra, Michael, Honora, Thomas, and John Magee, John Martin, James Mater, Michael Mater, Mary, Winnifred, Bessy, and Jeremiah Mater, Philip Maguire, Denis Maloney, John Maloney, Margaret Maloney, Esther Martin, John, Bridget, Jeremiah, Bridget and James Meany, Julia Maloney, Catherine McMahon, Martin McMahon, Michael McMahon, Pat Mclnerney, John McNamara, Mary McGouth, Margaret McGouth, Thomas McGuire, Bernard McEvoy, John Meagher, Margaret Mitchell, Timothy, Susannah, Margaret Johannah, Mary, and Bar- tholomew Moloy, Mary Moore, John Moran, Catherine Mullins, Thomas Murphy, Catherine Murphy, Bridget Murphy, Bridget Muarry, Matthias Murthock, Mary and Honora Nestor, Pat Nestor, Austin Nestor, Annie Nollan, Pat O'Brien, Bridget O'Brien, John O'Connor, Margaret O'Connor, Mary O'Connor, Johanna O'Donnell, Pat O'Donnell, James O'Donnell, Mathew and John O'Halloran, Bridget, Honora, Mary, Margaret, and Catherine O'Halloran, Michael O'Kife, Honora Pilkington, James Quinn, Catherine Quinlan, Mary Quinlan, Mary Quirk, Denis Quirk, John Rabbett, Michael Rabbitt, Daniel Reid, James Reid, Michael Reidy, John and Richard Reily, Ellen Reily, Bridget Rooney, Anthony Rooney, Jeremiah, David, John B., and Daniel Ryan, Johanna, John, and William Ryan, Edmund Setright, James Scanlan, Mary Slarry, Bridget Smith, John Smith, Pat Slattery, Cathe- rine Smyth, Margaret Stack, Catherine Sullivan, Marie Sullivan, Michael Tracey, Margaret Vaughan, Bridget Wright. Summary.— Adults— English. 48; Scotch, 69; Irish, 187— total, 254. Children between 1 and 12— English, 17; Scotch, 14: Irish, 15-total, 46 . Infants— English, 1; Scotch, 2; Irish, 2— total, 5 Totals— English, 68 ; Scotch, 83; Irish, 184. Grand total. 335, equal to 307 statute adults. Industrial classifications.— Joiners, 3; smiths, 5; shoemakers, 4; servants, 84; plasterer, 1; miller, 1; labourers, 4; tailor. 1; nurses, 3; dressmaker, 1 ; cooks, 3; carpenters, 2; sawyers, 3; fitters, 1; matron, 1; ironfounder, 1; ploughmen, 6; agricultural labourers, 2; shepherds, 6; cabinetmaker, 1; semptress, I; housekeepers, 3; dairymaid, 1. During the voyage there has only been one death and four births, so that the population increased by three from the time of departure.

      • Date: 1866-09-17
      • Page: 1866 'ARRIVAL OF THE HOUGOUMONT, WITH 334 IMMIGRANTS.', South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), 17 September, p. 3
      • General:

        http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article41032223

      • Source text:

        ARRIVAL OF THE HOUGOUMONT. WITH 334 IMMIGRANTS.The Hougoumont turned up in a strong gale on Sunday morning, and the weather was such that the beach lifeboat took off all the officers from the boarding station, and well she behaved, shipping an occasional lip of water; but letting it out again instantly. On reaching the ship the surgeon re- ported 24 cases of measles on the voyage, and although none of them had been fatal the Additional Health Officer decided to keep her in quarantine until Dr. Duncan was communicated with. It was fortunate she had no cases on board on arrival, nor had there been any from August 18. The Surgeon-Superintendent is an old hand in the service, having been here on several previous occasions; and Captain Cosens is so well known in the Adelaide trade as to require no comments on his reputation as a kind and attentive master. We shall take an early opportunity of visiting and reporting on the state of the vessel. The following are the names of the immigrants, together with their national and industrial classification :—English.— Wm. Brewer, Charles, Jane, Maud E. and George H. Burton, Abraham, Hannah, Elizabeth, Theresea, Abraham, and Hannah Carter, George and Henry Carter, Elizabeth Carter, Charles, Ann, and Margaret Campbell, Charles Clarke, Wm., Elizabeth, and Emily Coe. John, Susan, Charles, Esther, and Albert Cook, Richard, Sarah A., Henry, and John E. Cooper, John Davies. Caroline Downing, Henry Dunn, Elizabeth Elstone, Sarah Flint, Susan George, Elizabeth Hales, Wm. Hawthorn, John Inwood, Henry, Ann. and Emma Knoles. Wm., Sarah, Sarah, Elizabeth, and Grace Lampier, George, Eliza, and James Lampier, John Meredith, Helen Moir, Harriett Murray, Thomas, Mary, and Thomas Sanders, Edward Smith, Marie, James, and Sarah Veysal, Isaac, Eliza, and William Whicker, Char- lotte Woolley, Albert Woolley, MaryJ. Zozer. Scotch.— John Allan, Mary Allan, Augusta Anderson, Sarah Arthuton, James Banks, Dorothy Black. Robert, Julia, William. Duncan, and Eliza- beth Blair, James Boath, William Brymer, Robina and Jane Caldwell, Elizabeth Carlton, Jane Clarke, Mary Common, William Common, Catherine Dalgleish, Mary and Agnes Dodds, Theresa Duncan, David, Martha, and Jane Duncan, Alexander Ferguson, Edward Fer- guson, John Foubester, John Fraser, James Fulton, Jemima Glascow, Joseph Glendining. George, Margaret and Jane Graham, Mary and Ellen Gray, Jane Lavick, Fred, Liston, Catherine and Catherine Manson. James and Alexander Martin, William, Violet, Peter, William, Mary, and Duncan Martin, James and Robert McAra, Matilda McAra, Matilda and Catherine McAra, Donald McCoag, Angus McColl, Norman McLean, Alexander McLean, John McLeod, John McRea, Charles and Isabella Moir. William and James Moir, Andrew, Elizabeth, Robert, James, Agnes and Margaret Patterson, James Quinn, Adam, Ellen, Adam, and Barbara Steadman, Isabella Smith, James, Margaret, Margaret, and James Thain, Sophia Thompson, Alexander Mannan. Alexander Wilson, Jane Wright. Irish - Mary Bergan, Daniel and Pat Brady, John Cahill, Bridget and Margaret Calliney, Martin Canny, James Carson, Mack Clune, Ann Clune, Pat Cocoran, Ellen and Eliza Connell, Mary, Mary, and Catherine Conny, Thomas Conway, Bridget Crothy, Pat Crowley, Michael Cunningham, James Curran, Austin Davoran, Mary Davoran, Bridget Dillon, James, Ellen, Johanna, and Ellen Dinan, Michael and James Dobbin, John Donohue, Mary Donohue, Thomas Digan, Thomas and Simon Dullard, Mary Dowling, Mary Dullard, Catherine Dundon, Jane Edwards, James Fenessy, Pat and John Fitzpatrick, William, Mary, and Michael Fitzgerald, John Flanagan, Julia Foley, John Gal- ligan, John Galligan, George Galvin, Wil- liam Glacken, Margaret Glanville, Mick. Grimes, Michael Guerin. Honora, Catherine, and Mary Haren, Michael, and John Haren, John Hartigan, Wm. and Annie Haynes, Margaret Hayes, James Heays, Denis, and Lucy Hehir, Ann Hells, Denis Hennessy, Thomas Hill, Thomas Hogan, Hannah Carney, Michael Kain, Pat Kearney, Mary, and Winifred Kiely, Pat Latiff, Pat Leo, Denis Lyons, Mary Lyons, Bridget Macnamara, Margaret Macnamarra, Michael, Honora, Thomas, and John Magee, John Martin, James Mater, Michael Mater, Mary, Winnifred, Bessy, and Jeremiah Mater, Philip Maguire, Denis Maloney, John Maloney, Margaret Maloney, Esther Martin, John, Bridget, Jeremiah, Bridget and James Meany, Julia Maloney, Catherine McMahon, Martin McMahon, Michael McMahon, Pat Mclnerney, John McNamara, Mary McGouth, Margaret McGouth, Thomas McGuire, Bernard McEvoy, John Meagher, Margaret Mitchell, Timothy, Susannah, Margaret Johannah, Mary, and Bar- tholomew Moloy, Mary Moore, John Moran, Catherine Mullins, Thomas Murphy, Catherine Murphy, Bridget Murphy, Bridget Muarry, Matthias Murthock, Mary and Honora Nestor, Pat Nestor, Austin Nestor, Annie Nollan, Pat O'Brien, Bridget O'Brien, John O'Connor, Margaret O'Connor, Mary O'Connor, Johanna O'Donnell, Pat O'Donnell, James O'Donnell, Mathew and John O'Halloran, Bridget, Honora, Mary, Margaret, and Catherine O'Halloran, Michael O'Kife, Honora Pilkington, James Quinn, Catherine Quinlan, Mary Quinlan, Mary Quirk, Denis Quirk, John Rabbett, Michael Rabbitt, Daniel Reid, James Reid, Michael Reidy, John and Richard Reily, Ellen Reily, Bridget Rooney, Anthony Rooney, Jeremiah, David, John B., and Daniel Ryan, Johanna, John, and William Ryan, Edmund Setright, James Scanlan, Mary Slarry, Bridget Smith, John Smith, Pat Slattery, Cathe- rine Smyth, Margaret Stack, Catherine Sullivan, Marie Sullivan, Michael Tracey, Margaret Vaughan, Bridget Wright. Summary.— Adults— English. 48; Scotch, 69; Irish, 187— total, 254. Children between 1 and 12— English, 17; Scotch, 14: Irish, 15-total, 46 . Infants— English, 1; Scotch, 2; Irish, 2— total, 5 Totals— English, 68 ; Scotch, 83; Irish, 184. Grand total. 335, equal to 307 statute adults. Industrial classifications.— Joiners, 3; smiths, 5; shoemakers, 4; servants, 84; plasterer, 1; miller, 1; labourers, 4; tailor. 1; nurses, 3; dressmaker, 1 ; cooks, 3; carpenters, 2; sawyers, 3; fitters, 1; matron, 1; ironfounder, 1; ploughmen, 6; agricultural labourers, 2; shepherds, 6; cabinetmaker, 1; semptress, I; housekeepers, 3; dairymaid, 1. During the voyage there has only been one death and four births, so that the population increased by three from the time of departure.

  7. Ancestry.com: Australia Birth Index, 1788-1922 [S-2088127768]