List of Servants in the Immigration Quarters Hobart Town as of 21st December 1842

Immigration Office
Hobart Town
21st December 1842

A List of Servants Remaining at the Quarters, Campbell-Street, Without Engagements, on Wednesday, 21st December, 1842:—

First Class Farm Servants

James Morris, wife and three children, aged 8, 6, ad 5

Alexander Small, wife and three children, aged 12, 7, and 2

Richard Calloway, wife and four children, aged 8, 6, 4, and 1

William Ead, wife and one child (an infant)

John Bullock, wife (an excellent dairy-woman), and five children, aged 10, 8, 7, 2, and 6 months

Woolpacker and Warehouseman

John Darley, wife, and two children, aged 4 and 2

Cotton Spinner and Laborer

John Small, aged 16, unmarried


William Anning, wife and two children, aged 4, and an infant

William Henry Day, aged 32, unmarried

Thomas Hunt, wife and two children, aged 3 and 2


Alexander Small, wife and three children, aged 12, 7, and 2.

Quarrymen and Miners

John Snell, wife and 2 children, aged 10 and 6

John Thomas, wife and 2 children, 8 & 6

William Thomas, wife and two children, aged 5 and 3


John Fallon and wife, moulder, engineer, and gas manufacturer, &c.

Charles Burston, wife and child, aged 2

ARTHUR DAVIES, Immigration Agent

Source: Simmonds’s Colonial Magazine and Foreign Miscellany; September—December 1844.; Vol. III; London: Simmonds and Clowes, Foreign & Colonial Office, 18, Cornhill; Notes of a Residence in Van Dieman’s Land in 1842-1843


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