Nominal List of Immigrants of the “Appolline” 1st October 1842

IMMIGRATION OFFICE
Hobart Town,
21st November 1842

Supplement to the Nominal List of Immigrants on arrival on board the ship Appolline, from London, via Plymouth, to Hobart Town, 1st October, 1842:—

The following list gives the names of immigrants, the wages (with board and lodging unless the contrary is expressed), trade or occupation, and the name and address of employer in Van Dieman’s Land (Tasmania)

John Bachelor, wife, and 3 children — £25 per annum, wife and family included  — 1st Class Farm Servant  — W. Proctor, Brown’s River

James Denton and wife — Went to his brother at the Broad Marsh — 1st Class Farm Servant

William Hitchcock, wife, & 2 children — 20s. per week, without rations — 1st Class Farm Servant — W. Dove, Sandy Bay

George Hitchcock, wife, & 2 children — 8x. per week — 1st Class Farm Servant — W. Jarrell, Kangaroo Point

R. Hickman, wife, and 4 children — Left the Immigration Quarters, with his wife and family, on his own account.  Husband paid his own passage — 1st Class Farm Servant

William Jeeves, wife, and 5 children — Left the Immigration Quarters, with his wife and family. Both husband and wife paid their own passage — 1st Class Farm Servant

John Jeeves, wife, and 1 child — Left the Immigration Quarters, with his wife and family, on his own account — 1st Class Farm Servant

W. Jeeves, jun., and wife — Left the Immigration Quarters, with his wife and family, on his own account — 1st Class Farm Servant

Thomas Knights, wife, & 2 children — 8s. per week — 1st Class Farm Servant — Mr. Romney, Kangaroo Point

James Lendon, wife, and 1 child — £40 per annum, wife included — 1st Class Farm Servant — James Clark, Glen Dhu

James Morley, wife, and 7 children — (Rate of Wage) Unknown, Husband paid his own passage — 1st Class Farm Servant — Mr. Cruttenden, Prosser’s Plains

Thomas Smeed, wife, & 4 children — £52 per annum, without rations — 1st Class Farm Servant — Mr. Romney, Kangaroo Point

Adam Woodward, unmarried — Left the Immigration Quarters on his own account — 1st Class Farm Servant

John Withers, unmarried — Left place of landing on his own account, paid his own passage — 1st Class Farm Servant

Richard Bowhy, wife, & 2 children — £26 per annum, wife included — 1st Class Farm Servant — G. Armitage, Bagdad

Henry Marshall, wife, & 3 children — £28 per annum, wife included — 1st Class Farm Servant — Mr. Amos, Waterloo Point

W. Stephens, wife, and 3 children — By the job: opening a coal mine — 1st Class Farm Servant — Mr. Marshall, New Rown Road

George Burrows, wife, and 1 child — £35 per annum, wife included — Gardener — D. Burn, Rotherwood

Daniel Carmody and wife — £65 per annum — Gardener — Botanical Garden, New Town

George Strugnell and wife — £30 per annum, wife included — Gardener — J. Steele, Carlton

John Carey, wife, and 1 child — Some time sick.  On recovery, Left the Immigration Quarters on his own account — Bricklayer and Plasterer

James Carey, unmarried — Left the Immigration Quarters on his own account — Bricklayer and Plasterer

James Long, wife, and 7 children — Lest the Immigration Quarters, with his family, on his own account — Bricklayer and Plasterer

Thomas Long, unmarried — (Rate of Wage) Unknown — Bricklayer and Plasterer — T. Gregson, New Norfolk

James Griggs, wife, and 1 child — Left Immigration Quarters, with his family, on his own account — Sawyer

John Long and wife — Directed to leave the Quarters, with his wife, for refusing an offered engagement, of which the Agent highly approved — Sawyer

Timothy Smith, unmarried — £22 per annum — Sawyer — W. Synnot, River Shannon

John Whitbourn, wife, & 5 children — Left Immigration Quarters, with his family, on his own account — Sawyer

Thomas Rogers and wife — Left Immigration Quarters, with his wife, on his own account — Bricklayer only

R. Simpson, wife, and 1 child — Left Immigration Quarters, with his family, on his own account — Bricklayer only

R. Thomas, wife, and 2 children — 3s. 6d. per diem — Cornish Miner — Government Service

Elisha Thomas, wife, and 1 child — £40 per annum, wife included — Cornish Miner — Mr. Walker, Pittwater

George Hulbert and wife — £22 per annum, wife included — Quarryman — Mr. Fisher, Macquarie Street

John Simpkin, wife, and 5 children — Left Immigration Quarters, with his family, on his own account — Turner

W. Sawyer, wife, and 3 children — By the job: 18s. per thousand — Brickmaker — Mr. Mitchell, Macquarie Street

James Cook, and wife — (Rate of Wage) Unknown — Coachmaker — Mr. Roberts, Hobart Town

Frederick Cook, unmarried — (Rate of Wage) Unknown — Coachmaker — Mr. Roberts, Hobart Town

James Dole and wife — Left place of landing, with his wife, on his own account — Whitesmith and Locksmith

James Hayward, unmarried — £18 per annum — Groom — D. Burn, Rotherwood

John Quelch, unmarried — £18 per annum — Groom — G. H. Barnes, Hobart Town

John Richards, unmarried — £18 per annum — Groom — H. Bilton, Glenarchy

W. Lester, wife, and 1 child — £21 per annum, wife included — Groom — Mr. Blyth, Surgeon, Sorell

William Square, unmarried — Left the place of landing on his own account — Housesmith & Bellhanger

Robert Walker, unmarried — Left the place of landing on his own account — Baker and Miller

Henry Fox, wife, and 5 children — Left Immigration Quarters, with his family, on his own account — Plumber, Brazier, and bell-hanger

J. E. Elson, wife, and 2 children — 8s. per week — 2d Class Farm Servant — Mr. Luckman, Collins-street

Leonard Hickman, unmarried — Left Immigration Quarters,with his family — 2d Class Farm Servant

Owen Hickman, unmarried — Left Immigration Quarters,with his family — 2d Class Farm Servant

John Martin, unmarried — £14 per annum — 2d Class Farm Servant — S. Coombs, Collins-street

Thomas Mackerill, wife, and 1 child — By the job: went sheep-shearing for the season — Hurdle-maker, fencer, sheep-shearer

Richard Mackerill, unmarried — £10 per annum — Hurdle-maker, fencer, sheep-shearer — Mr. Hefford, Hobart Town

Edmund Mackerill and wife — By the job: went sheep-shearing for the season — Hurdle-maker, fencer, sheep-shearer

James Nelson, wife, and 3 children — 20s per week — Cast & maleable iron & salt manufacturer — Mr. Murdoch, Richmond

John Rowland and wife — Left Immigration Quarters, with his family, on his own account — Joiner

J. Rowland, sen., wife, & 6 children — job work — Cabinet-maker & brass fitter — Mr. Williams, Hobart Town

James Freeman, wife, & 4 children — Left Immigration Quarters, with his family, on his own account — Carpenter

John Graham and wife — Left Immigration Quarters, with his family, on his own account — Tailor

W. Horton and wife — Left Immigration Quarters, with his family, on his own account — Tailor

Henry Sargeant and wife — Left Immigration Quarters, with his family, on his own account. Both paid their own passage — Warehouseman

Daniel Sargeant and wife — Left Immigration Quarters, with his family, on his own account — Blacksmith

W. Williams and wife — £8 per annum — Blacksmith — Mr. Fry, Kangaroo Point

Gayton Somerton and wife — £25 per annum, wife included — Shoemaker — Mr. Fenton, Fenton Forest

W. Whitbourn, wife & 3 children — Left Immigration Quarters, with his family, on his own account — Shoemaker

Ellen Hickman, unmarried — £10 per annum — Female Domestic Servant — J. J. Meadburne, Macquarie-street

Fanny Hickman, unmarried — £15 per annum — Female Domestic Servant — Dr. Bedford, Davey-street

Matilda Knights, unmarried — £16 per annum — Female Domestic Servant — Dr. Bedford, Davey-street

Charlotte Lerpiniere, unmarried — Went to her sister on her own account — Female Domestic Servant

Elizabeth Morley, unmarried — £10 per annum — Female Domestic Servant — G. J. Marzetti, Hobart Town

Mary Morley, unmarried — £8 per annum — Female Domestic Servant — John Wilkinson, Elizabeth-street

Elizabeth Rowland, unmarried — £18 per annum — Female Domestic Servant — G. H. Barnes, Hobart Town

Emma Sargeant, unmarried — £18 per annum — Female Domestic Servant — G. J. Evans, Hlbk. Place

Sarah Smith, unmarried — £16 per annum — Female Domestic Servant — Rev. W. Bedford, Campbell Town

Frances Stout, unmarried — Went to her uncle, Mr. Brown, of Hobart Town — Female Domestic Servant

Jane Whitbourn, unmarried — Went with her family, No. 484 on E.O. — Female Domestic Servant

Mary Whitbourn, unmarried — Went with her family, No. 484 on E.O. — Female Domestic Servant

Jane Walls, unmarried — £12 per annum — Female Domestic Servant — P. T. Smith, Ross Reserve

Mary Warboys, unmarried — £15 per annum — Female Domestic Servant — W. Kermode, Mona Vale

Margaret J. Fox, unmarried — (Rate of Wage) Unknown — Female Domestic Servant — Mr. Jennings, Hobart Town

Mary E. Fox, unmarried — (Rate of Wage) Unknown — Female Domestic Servant — Mr. Neville, Hobart Town

Eliz. Friend, widow and 2 children — Left Immigration Quarters, with her children, on her own account — Female Domestic Servant

Letitia Mackerill, unmarried — £17 per annum — Female Domestic Servant — Mrs. Harris, Hobart Town

The above are equal to 176 statute adults: 167⅗ having embarked, of whom eight have paid their own passage.  The total coast of conveying these parties to the  Colony, including gratuities, has been £2, 825 9s. 8d.

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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