Full passenger list with corrections and alphabetised: Updated 25 August 2017

This is much conjecture about the exact passenger list and numbers, and crew names etc. This list has been compiled by me from as many sources as possible in order to consolidate it as best as possible. All sources are listed in the below legend and the table. I do not profess to this being the perfect list as it would appear there is no one complete or correct source.

Any corrections or extra information is very much welcome. 
As 150 year old handwriting is extremely difficult to read, and there are considerable differences between Netherby list, City of Melbourne list, the "alternative" list and news articles – I have done my best and included all possible alternate spellings and I have included confirmations from descendants where I have received them. 
Note that the differences in ages between the Netherby list and the City of Melbourne list could account for birthdays during the voyage, or just general errors.
** Where a surname is underlined – it links to a separate passenger history page on that person or family (also found in the index on the left).

LEGEND of sources:
Main Netherby list – From scanned Netherby passenger list & ticket number where readable.
City of Melbourne list - (note that this is not believed to be fully correct as there are passengers names on it where the descendants know they did not leave Melbourne).
From news article - The Loss of the Netherby, The Queenslander Saturday 28 July 1866 which included an extensive passenger list (also indicating saloon, second cabin, intermediate passengers – all others are steerage) with a lot of typo’s.
Alternative Netherby list - This list refers to being wrecked at the top of page one. As some names are crossed off and others are not - I initially thought it may have been showing those who did or didn't go to QLD. Not yet confirmed.
Other news articles or letters – Where passengers were referenced in other news articles or letters to the editor, or referred to in other passengers letters.
Passengers petition - thanking Capt Owens 30 July 1866, also on page 86 – 87 of Gazette.
Netherby Gazette – From mentions in the Gazette.
Public Record Office Victoria (Note that the records on this site show many duplicated entries and multiple spellings. Also noted that as Captain Owens appears in the passenger list on PROV that some other names not able to be matched to other sources may in fact also be crew – have listed these as TBC **) LINK 
(PROV-OUT) Public Records of Vic – list of outgoing passengers from Victoria to Brisbane via Sydney on City of Melbourne captained by D Walker LINK
Descendant – Information direct from descendants.
Ann's List – compared against Ann Rutte’s own spreadsheet and matched up – with any differences or additions noted.
KT – Extra notes by me (Karina) where confusion reigns !!
TBC – indicates various anomalies and are noted beside the name and are in a ‘to be confirmed’ status. Indicates possible duplicates due to miss-spellings, or only one source matched, or basically unable to verify (could also possibly be crew).

Other resources not successful:
National Archives of Australia – Shipping lists Brisbane inwards 1852 to 1964 LINK (Searched all for entry into port of Brisbane for 1866 – City of Melbourne not listed)

Occupation notes: These notations are from notes on Larry Lingard Davis' copies of the passenger lists and I am assuming are from his own research.
Navy/Navvy: a labourer, originally a labourer on a navigation contract.
Viceman: a smithy
Smith: An iron worker, blacksmith, whitesmith, brightsmith, tinsmith, goldsmith, silversmith.
Labourer: physical work of an unskilled kind.
Sawyor/Sawyer: cuts & saws timbers for use by a carpenter.
Wheelwright/Wainwright: a person who made or repaired wheels on wagons, carts and other farm implements.
Mason: A person who builds with stone.
Serf/Villein: a peasant personally bound to a Lord.
Groom: a person who cares for horses.
Cook: preparer of food.
Merchant: a person engaged in the purchase and sale of commodities for profit.


A

SURNAME

FIRST NAME/s, age, occupation

Ticket

Cabin

Source:

Main Netherby list

Source:

City of Melbourne list

Source: Alternative Netherby list

Source: Article in The Queenslander 28/7/1866

Source: Other news articles or letters

Source: Passengers petition to Capt Owens

Source: Netherby Gazette

Source: Public Records of VIC

Source: Descendants

Went to QLD or stayed in VIC

Notes or other sources

ADAMS

John, 29, smith.

Eliza, 27.

Mary Ann, 5.

John B 1.

10 steerage

Match

Match

Match

All ticked and crossed off

Match

 

John & Eliza Adams

 

Match

 

Went to QLD

Matches Ann’s list.

ALLDIS

Walter Charles, 22, labourer

13

steerage

Match

Match

Match

Not ticked or crossed off

Sp Aldis

 

 

 

Match

Confirmed full name

 

Matches Ann’s list

ALLEN

or

ALLAN

John, 35

68

steerage

Sp Allen

Sp Allen

Match

Sp Allen

Not ticked or crossed off

Sp Allan

 

 

1 May – an iron box stolen from John Allen.

Sp Allen

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

ATTWOOD

William Henry, 21

2660

second cabin

Sp Allwood

Sp Allwood

Match

Sp Attwood

Not ticked or crossed off

Sp Atteread

Named in The Age 25/7/1866 and The Queenslander 23/8/1866 as being in the whaleboat with Parry. Ballarat Star 10/8/1866 20 pound reward for gallant conduct. Signatory to letter to relief fund 10/8/1866. Ballarat Star 1/10/1866 refers to accidental death.

 

 

Sp Allwood

 

Stayed in VIC

Matches Ann’s list

APLIN

James, 32.

Mary Ann (nee Trend) 34.

Anna, 12.

Lucy Jane, 10.

6093

steerage

Match

Match

Match

Sp of child Annie.

None ticked or crossed off.

Match for all four with child spelling Ann F.

 

James & Mary Ann Aplin

 

Lists child sp as Anne or Annie

 

Stayed in VIC

Matches Ann’s list.

ARCHDEACON

Charles, 35.

Elizabeth, 31.

Charles, 3

313

steerage

Match

Match

Match

Not ticked or crossed off

Match

 

 

 

Sp father & son as Christer & Christa

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

ARKLE

Thomas, 27

6111

steerage

Match

Match

Match

Not ticked or crossed off

Match

Articles in 1908, 1909, and death notice 1916.

Match

 

Match

 

Stayed in VIC

 

ARMSTRONG

James, 22

 

Match

Match

Match

Not ticked or crossed off

Match

 

 

 

Match

 

 

 

ARNOLD

Augustus, 18

6194

steerage

Match

Match

Match full name

Ticked and crossed off.

Match

Sp first name WW

 

 

 

Match

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

AUSTIN

Alfred James, 30

Boarded in Plymouth

Match

Match

Match

Ticked and crossed off

Match

 

Match full name

 

Match full name

 

 

 

AUSTIN

John, 38, farmer.

Elizabeth (nee Heard) 40.

William, 16.

Edwin John, 15.

Sarah Elizabeth, 10.

John Henry, 8.

Selena, 6.

James, 5.

Mary Jane, 4.

Boarded in Plymouth

Shows ages as john 45, Eliz 45, William 24, Edwin 21.

Shows fathers name as Henry, 45. Rest as:

Eliz 45, William 24, Edwin 21, Eliz 10, John 8, Selena 6, James 5, Mary 3.

Shows ages as William 24, Edwin 21.

Whole family ticked and crossed off.

Match but Selena sp as Helena

 

 

 

Ages as:

John 45,

Elizabeth 45,

William 24,

Edwin J 21,

Elizabeth 10,

John 8, Selena 6, James 5, Mary 3.

Confirmed full names and ages

Went to QLD

Matches Ann’s list (with William 24 and Edwin 21).

TO BE CONFIRMED

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AUSTIN

William James

 

 

 

Appears on page one below all other names with number 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

B

SURNAME

FIRST NAME/s, age, occupation

Ticket

Cabin

Source:

Main

Netherby

list

Source:

City of Melbourne list

Source: Alternative Netherby list

Source: Article in The Queenslander 28/7/1866

Source: Other news articles or letters

Source: Passengers petition to Capt Owens

Source: Netherby Gazette

Source: Public Records of VIC

Source: Descendants

Went to QLD or stayed in VIC

Notes or other sources

BAILEY

Henry E, 19

2652 steerage

Match

Match

Match

Ticked and crossed off

Match

 

 

 

Match

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

BAILEY

or:

Reiley, Riley, Railley

Robert

 

 

 

 

Robert Bailey

 

 

 

Robert Railley 20

 

 

K: I have duplicated the listing in the Rs.

BARNETT

William, 28, labourer.

Ellen (nee Kerslake), 22.

Mary Ann, 4.

William H, 1.

92

steerage

Match

Match

Match

Not ticked or crossed off

Match

 

W & Ellen Barnett

 

Matched but duplicated as Barrett

Confirmed maiden name

Stayed in VIC

Matches Ann’s list

BARRY

Ernest, 19

57

steerage

Match

Match

Match

Ticked and crossed off

Match

 

E Barry

 

Sp Earnest

 

Went to QLD

Matches Ann’s list

BARTLING

Charles, 34, gentleman.

Fredericka, 32.

August, 10.

Frederick, 9.

Dora, 6.

William, 4.

Boarded in Plymouth

steerage

Match

Match

Match

Not ticked or crossed off

Sp Barkins

 

Sp Charley Bartling

 

Sp Charley Bartling

Rest all match

Confirmed full names and ages

Stayed in VIC

Matches Ann’s list

BECKWORTH

William, 29.

Elizabeth, 24.

Hannah, 4.

Eliza, 1.

William, 4 months.

310

steerage

Match

Match

With:

Eliz 29, Humphrey 4, Eliza & William 1.

Match

Elizabeths age 29.

None ticked or crossed off

Match

 

William & Elizabeth Beckworth

 

William 29, Elizabeth 29, Eliza 1, Humphrey 4, Hamn 4, William 1.

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

BELLGROVE

or

BELLGRAVE

Edwin, 26, labourer

2659

steerage

Match

Match

Match as Bellgrove.

Ticked and crossed off

Match

Queenslander 23/8/1866 – mentioned as being in the Parry walking party.

Sp Bellgrave

 

Match as Bellgrove

 

Went to QLD

Matches Ann’s list

BERRY

Edwin, 19, riveter

77

steerage

Match

Match

Match

Not ticked or crossed off

Match

 

E Berry twice

 

Match

 

Went to QLD

Matches Ann’s list

BERRY

Alfred R, 24, sawyer (possibly)

86

steerage

Match

Match sp Berry

Match as Berry.

Not ticked or crossed off

Match sp Barry

 

AR Berry twice

 

Match as Berry

Confirmation from desc Heather Lang that Alfred & Edwin were brothers. Went to QLD initially then returned to VIC.

Went to QLD

Matches Ann’s list with note Edwin and Alfred are brothers.

BLUETT

Henry P, 28 years

2647

second cabin

Match

Match

Match

Not ticked or crossed off

Match

The Age 25 July 1866 - as going with Parry in whaleboat. 10 Aug 1866 Ballarat Star - receiving 20 pound reward for gallant conduct. Mentioned in Edwin Bellgrove’s letter as Capt. Bluett. 23/8/1866 The QLDer, mentioned as being in Parry walking party.

 

 

Match

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

BODLE

Richard, 31, navy.

Ellen, 28.

1

steerage

Match

Match

Match

Not ticked or crossed off

Match

 

 

 

Match

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

BONE

Henry, 26

Boarded in Plymouth

As Henry Boner

Match but surname not clear

Match

Ticked and crossed off

 

 

Match

 

Match

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

BONNER

Anthony E, 26

2642 steerage

Match

Match

Match

Ticked and crossed off

Match

 

 

 

Match

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

BONNER

Patrick, 22

47

steerage

Match

Match

Match

Not ticked or crossed off

 

 

 

 

Match as Pat Bonner 22

 

 

Matches Ann’s list with unclear age

BOWLER

Thomas, 25

Boarded in Plymouth steerage

Match

Match with age as 28

Match

Ticked and crossed off

Match

 

 

 

Match with age as 28

 

 

Matches with Ann’s list with age 28

BRADSHAW

Thomas, 19, navvy

12

steerage

Match

Match

Match

Ticked and crossed out

Match

 

Match

 

Match

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

BRIDGES

Thomas, 19, labourer

6222 steerage

Match

Match

Match (with ticket no 6822)

Not ticked or crossed off

Match

 

Match

 

Match

 

 

 

BROOKE

or

BROOKS

Richard, 28

6325 steerage

Match

Match sp Brooks

Match w/ sp Brooks.

Not ticked or crossed off

Match sp Brooke

 

 

 

Match sp Brooks

 

 

Matches Ann’s list w/ sp Brooks

BROOKMAN

Fred, 18

6081

Match

 

 

 

 

 

 

Match

 

 

Matches Ann’s list w occ navvy

BROOME

Saville Parnther

2644 intermediate

Match as SP Browne

Match

Match full name

Ticked and crossed off.

Match as SP Browne

 

Match as S Broome

 

Match as Saville Broome

Confirmed full name, son of Rev John Henry Broome. Was later a medical officer in Antigua where he died in 1885 (from discussion forum user ‘Viner’)

 

Matches Ann’s list

BROWN

Francis, 20, labourer

75

steerage

Match

Match with sp Frank

Match

Ticked and crossed out

Match with sp Francis

 

Match as F Brown

 

Match as Francis 20

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

BULLPIT

or

BULPET

BULPIT

and dupl as

Rulpet

George H, 30.

Annie, 22.

6060

steerage

Match, writing in front of ticket could say ‘free’

Match with sp Bullpit

Match as Bullpit

Ticked and crossed off.

Match with sp Bulpet

 

Match as George Hy & Annie Bulpit

 

Match as George Bulpit 30, Annie Bullpit 22. Duplicated as Rulpet.

 

 

Matches Ann’s list with notes “maiden name Atkinson” & dupl as Rulpet.

BURDEN

James, 24.

Ann, 27.

48 steerage

Match

Match

Match

Not ticked or crossed off

Match

 

Match James twice & Annie

 

Match

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

BURNS

Patrick, 23.

6189 steerage

Match

Match

Match as ticket 6187

Ticked and crossed off.

Match

 

Match

 

Match as Pat Burns 23

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

TO BE CONFIRMED

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BOWES

P

 

 

 

Matched on last page in the random group.

Not ticked or crossed off.

 

 

 

 

Match

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

 

C

SURNAME

FIRST NAME/s, age, occupation

Ticket

Cabin

Source:

Main Netherby list

Source:

City of Melbourne list

Source: Alternative Netherby list

Source: Article in The Queenslander 28/7/1866

Source: Other news articles or letters

Source: Passengers petition to Capt Owens

Source: Netherby Gazette

Source: Public Records of VIC

Source: Descendants

Went to QLD or stayed in VIC

Notes or other sources

CARBURY

or

CARBERY

James, 22.

Jane, 48.

Hugh, 14.

George, 10.

Sarah, 8.

Boarded in Plymouth steerage

Match

Match

Match as sp Carbury. Shows James in single male column.

All ticked and crossed off.

 

 

Match for James, Jane, Hugh, George Carbery

 

Match as James 22, Jane 48, Hugh 14, George 10, Sarah 8, Carbery

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

CAXLEY

or

COXLEY

CAYLEY

CAGLEY

Benjamin, 19, labourer

Boarded in Plymouth steerage

Match as sp Caxley

Match as sp Coxley

Match as sp Cagley

Ticked and crossed off

 

 

Match as sp Cayley

 

Match as sp Benjamin Cagley 19, dupl as Caxley

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

CLARK

Patrick

 

 

 

 

Match

 

Possible match as F Clark

 

 

 

 

 

CLARK

or

CLARKE

Bernard, 30, labourer.

Catherine, 40.

120 steerage

Match as sp Clarke

Match as sp Clarke

Match

Ticked and crossed off

Match as sp Clark

 

Match as Bernard & Catherine Clark. Repeated as Barney Clark.

 

Match as Barnard Clarke 30, Cutht/Cathe Clarke 40.

 

 

Matches Ann’s List

CLARK

John, 35, labourer.

Elizabeth, 35.

Annie, 7.

Elizabeth 3.

Donald 1.

16 steerage

Match

Partial match for all first names incorrectly under surname Copping

Match

All ticked and crossed off

Match as sp Clark

 

Match as sp John Clarke and Elizabeth Clarke

 

Match

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

CLEMPSON

William, 20, viceman

35 steerage

Match

Match

Match

Ticked and crossed off

Match

 

Match as W Clempson

 

Match

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

COLE

George, 22, fitter

78 steerage

Match

Match

Match with ticket no 75.

Not ticked or crossed off

Match

 

Match

 

Match

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

CONDON

Selina, 41, labourer

6761 steerage

Match

Match

Match under the family ticket 250.

Not ticked or crossed off

Match

 

Match

 

Match with sp Conden

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

CONDON

Morris Joseph, 36.

Mary 34.

Caroline, 10.

Alfred, 9.

Adelaide, 2.

 

250 steerage

Match

Match

Match

None ticked or crossed off

Match

 

Match as sp Maurice J, Mary Ann, Caroline. Dupl as Maurice Joseph

 

Match for all first names and ages but surname sp Condin

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

CONDON

Robert, 14.

213 steerage

Match

Match

Match under family ticket 250.

Not ticked or crossed off

Match

 

Match

 

Match as dupl both Condin and Condon

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

COOK

Charles, 26, viceman

62 steerage

Match

Match

Match

Ticked and crossed off

Match

 

 

 

Match

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

COPPING

Henry, 24.

Mary, 20.

Henry, 3.

95 steerage

Match

Match

Match

Not ticked or crossed off

Match

 

Match just Henry Copping

 

Match

 

 

 

COPPING

Saundor/Saunder, labourer, poss 31

96 Steerage

Match as Launder

 

Match with sp Saunder age 31.

Not ticked or crossed off

Match as sp Launder

 

 

 

Match as Saunder Copping 31.

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

CORKILL

or

COCKHILL

CORKHILL

Thomas, 21.

303

Match

Match as sp Cockhill

Match, sp looks like Cockhill.

Ticked and crossed off

Match as sp Corkill

 

 

 

Match with dupl for Cockhill and Corkhill

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

CORNELL

Thomas, 40, labourer

55 steerage

Match

Match

Match

Ticked and crossed off

Match

 

 

 

Match

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

COWARD

John, 23, labourer

8 steerage

Match

Match

Match

Ticked and crossed off

Match

 

Match

 

Match

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

COWELL

Earnest, 22.

Saloon

Match

Match

Match

Not ticked or crossed off

Match with sp Erwart

 

Match as E Cowell

Mentioned on page 15 as being owner of a while umbrella.

Match as Earnest Cowell 22

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

COX

William, 19, bricklayer

50 steerage

Match

Match

Match

Ticked and crossed off

Match

 

Match a W Cox

 

Match as William Cox 19

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

CRAWFORD

Walter, 26

Boarded in Plymouth Second cabin

Match

Match

Match

Not ticked or crossed off

Match as second cabin

31 July 1866 in letters to editor

 

 

Match

 

Went to QLD

Matches Ann’s list

CRESWELL

or

CRESSWELL

Stephen, 29

73 steerage

Match

Match

Match as sp Cresswell.

Not ticked or crossed off

Match

 

 

 

Match with sp Cresswell

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

CROCKER

James, 20, wheelwright

53 steerage

Match

Match

Match

Ticked and crossed off

Match

 

Match as J Crocker

Mentioned on page 20 as losing a gold ring

Match

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

CUBBIN

William, 27.

Ellen, 24.

William, 4.

Alfred, 3.

Elizabeth, 1.

 

Baby Netherby (Nettie) born on the beach Tues 17 July 1866

272 steerage

Match

Match (baby Nettie not mentioned)

Match

(No mention of inf Nettie)

 

None ticked or crossed off

Match as sp Cumming

 

 

Page 59 – Mrs Cubbins safely delivered of a daughter on Tuesday 17 July

Match as sp Cubbins. Nettie not mentioned.

Confirmed correct sp of surname.

Confirmed did not go to QLD.

Stayed in VIC

Matches Ann’s list

TO BE CONFIRMED

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CICOLA

Louis

 

 

 

 

 

 

Match

 

 

 

 

KT: Likely Louis Nicholas in the N’s

COUCHIE

John, 19

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Match

 

 

Matches Ann’s list.

KT: no other mentions.

CARLEY

Barry

 

 

 

 

Match

 

 

 

 

 

 

KT: No other mentions

COULDEN

COWDEN

or

GOULDEN

 

James, 19

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

See Goulden

 

D

SURNAME

FIRST NAME/s, age, occupation

Ticket

Cabin

Source:

Main Netherby list

Source:

City of Melbourne list

Source: Alternative Netherby list

Source: Article in The Queenslander 28/7/1866

Source: Other news articles or letters

Source: Passengers petition to Capt Owens

Source: Netherby Gazette

Source: Public Records of VIC

Source: Descendants

Went to QLD or stayed in VIC

Notes or other sources

DARLINGTON

Alfred William, 21, viceman

3 steerage

Match

Match

Match

Ticked and crossed off

Match

 

Match

Twice as A and Alfred

 

Match

Travelling with Skerman family, brother of Alice Skerman

Went to QLD

Matches Ann’s list

DART

or

Dark

George, 19

49 steerage

Match

Match

Match with sp looks like Dart

Ticked and crossed off.

Match

 

Match as sp George Dark

 

Match as George Dart 19

 

 

Matches Ann’s list as both surnames.

DAVIS

Thomas, 23.

Ann, 23.

305 steerage

Match

Match

Match

Not ticked or crossed off

Match

 

 

 

Match

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

DEWSTON

or

DAWITON

DAURTON

DEARTON

Henry, 29

60 steerage

Match

Match as sp Daurton or Dearton

Match as Sp Dewston

Ticked and crossed off

Match as sp Dawiton

 

 

 

Match dupl with sp as Dewtson & Dewston

 

 

Matches Ann’s list with Dewston & Dewrson

DEAKIN

Samuel, 30.

Ellen, 27.

Elizabeth, 3.

Ellen, infant.

238 steerage

Match

Match

Match

Not ticked or crossed off

Match

 

 

 

Match

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

DEALTY

or

DEATHY

DRUTHY

Edward F, 45

6183

Match with sp Deathy

Match

Match

Ticked and crossed off

Match with sp Dealty

 

 

 

Match

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

DENOIS

or

DEMOIS

DENNIS

Pierce or Pierre, 28.

6214 steerage

Match with sp not clear

Match as ‘Pierre Denois or Dennis’

Match as sp Pierre Denois

Ticked and crossed off

Match as sp Pierce Demois

 

 

 

Match as sp Pierre Denois

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

DENNING

Charles.

Maria.

James Gad(d), 11.

2648 steerage

Match

Match

Match

Ticked and crossed off

Match as sp Charles, Marion & James Dunning

Death notices refer to James being known with spelling as both Gad and Gadd.

Match just Charles Denning

 

Match as Charles, Marian, James Denning

Heather & Noel Denning confirmed spellings and and settled in the Glamorgan Vale and Fernvale districts west of Ipswich QLD

Went to QLD

Matches Ann’s list

DICKSON

or

DIXON

John George, 16.

2649 intermediate cabin

Match

Match as sp Dixon

Match

Ticked and crossed off

Match as sp Dickson

 

 

 

Match as sp John George Dixon

 

Went to QLD

Matches Ann’s list

DIPPIE

John D, 29.

2640 steerage

Match

Match

Match

Ticked and crossed off

 

 

Match as J Dippie

 

Match as John D Dippie

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

DOBSON

or

DOTSON

John, 20 or 28, carpenter

76 steerage

Match

Match as sp Dobson 20

Match as sp Dotson

Ticked and crossed off

Match as sp Dotson

 

 

 

Match as sp John Dotson 20

 

 

Matches Ann’s list as Dotson 20

DRAKE

Mr James, 60, gentleman.

Mrs Elizabeth, 67.

2661

steerage

boarded in Plymouth

Match

Match

Match

Ticked and crossed off

Match

 

Match as James & Elizabeth Drake

 

Match as James and Mrs Drake

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

DRAKE

Richard, 31, labourer.

Emily 34.

Richard J, 7.

Henry G, 1.

6250 steerage

Match

Match

Match

Ticked and crossed off

Match

 

Match as Richard & Emily Drake

 

Match

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

DEAYTON

or

DRAYTON

George, 19

23 steerage

Match

Match as sp Deayton

Match as sp Deayton

Ticked and crossed off.

Match as sp Drayton

 

 

 

Match as sp Deayton

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

DUPRENY

or

DUPPREY

DUPPEY

DUPPY

DUPPUY

Thomas, 16.

2636 second cabin

Match

Match as sp Duppey

Match as Duppuy

Not ticked or crossed out

Match as sp Dupreny

 

 

 

Match as sp Thomas Duppuy

 

Went to QLD

Matches Ann’s list w/ sp Duppy

DUNN

John, 24.

Boarded in Plymouth steerage

Match

Match

Match

Ticked and crossed off

 

 

 

 

Match

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

TO BE CONFIRMED

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DONAGER

or

DONAGHER

Poss also

LANGER

SANGER

SAWYER

 

 

 

 

Possibly of on the random group on last page

Not ticked or crossed off

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Matches Ann’s list for sp Donagher.

KT: cannot locate him elsewhere

 

E

SURNAME

FIRST NAME/s, age, occupation

Ticket

Cabin

Source:

Main Netherby list

Source:

City of Melbourne list

Source: Alternative Netherby list

Source: Article in The Queenslander 28/7/1866

Source: Other news articles or letters

Source: Passengers petition to Capt Owens

Source: Netherby Gazette

Source: Public Records of VIC

Source: Descendants

Went to QLD or stayed in VIC

Notes or other sources

EDWARDS

John, 25, viceman.

Emma, 24.

47 steerage

Match

Match

Match with John’s age as 24.

Not ticked or crossed off.

Match

 

Match as just J Edwards

 

Match

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

ELLIS

William, 38, sawyer.

Jane, 31.

20 steerage

Match

Match

Match

Ticked and crossed off

Match

 

Match as William and Jane Ellis

 

Match

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

EVANS

George John, 18.

2639 second cabin

Match

Match

Match

Not ticked of crossed off

Match second cabin list

 

Match as Geo Evans

 

Match as George John Evans 18

 

Poss went to QLD. Evans named in The QLDer as a second cabin passenger

Matches Ann’s list

EVANS

George Joseph Ashton, 33, engineer, smith.

Emmeline, 25.

Henry John, 3.

Emmeline, 1.

 

Alonzo, 12 (George’s brother).

84 steerage

Match

Match (Alonzo showing as Alen)

Match

All ticked and crossed off

Match for George & Emeline (sp)

The Age, 25 July 1866, George wrote letter to editor explaining why he stayed on King Island and didn’t join Parry in the whaleboat. The QLDer 23/8/1866 George mentioned as being in Parry’s walking party.

Match as GJA Evans, Emmeline Evans, A Evans.

Letter on page 14 re starting a company of minstrel

Match with Alonzo 12, George 33, Emmeline 25, Henry 3, Emmeline 1.

Confirmation of name and ages

Went to QLD

Matches Ann’s list

EVANS

John, 19, smith

16 steerage

Match

Match

Match

Ticked and crossed off

Match

Mentioned on page 17 as being from Enfield and attached to the band of the 41st Middlesex Rifle Corps

 

 

Match as John Evans 19

Confirmation

 

Matches Ann’s list

EVANS

Reginald William Cotton, 19

91

Match as sp Benjamin

Match w/ sp Benjamin

Match with ticket number 91.

Not ticked or crossed off

 

 

Match as Reginald Evans

 

Match as Reg’d Evans 19

Confirmation of full name

Stayed in VIC

Matches Ann’s list

 

EXTON

George, 21.

Rosina, 31.

George, infant.

6215 steerage

Match

Match

Match

Ticked and crossed off

Match

 

Match for George & Rosina Exton

 

Match

 

 

Matches Ann’s list

TO BE CONFIRMED