Marquis of Anglesea

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Newsletter of the  Swan River Pioneers 1829 - 1838
from Issue No.12, September 1997

Marquis of Anglesea

 

SERVANTS
Mary BURTON
Maria HARLOW
Wm GLOVER
Lucy GLOVER & 2chn
[William Glover]
[Thomas Glover]
John MENZIES
Henry SAWYER
James BROOKES
Claryford BROOKES
James LANGRIDGE
John WELBOURNE
James JENKINS
James GILL
Mathew GILL
Mary Ann GIBB
Thos PAUL [PORLEY]
Sarah PAUL [PORLEY] & 2chn
[Ambrose Porley]
[Caroline Porley]
John SMITH
James HAMPSHIRE
Wm LITTLEMORE
 
Source: L & S Red No.657. Note! Additional names from the Muster Book, the 1832 & 1836 Census.

 

MILITARY PASSENGERS
 
Sergeant BURKE
Private George BUDGE & wife
Private Phillip CORRIGAN & wife
Private Thomas HUGHES & wife
Private John KEARNEY
Private George McCOLGAN & wife
Private John McDONALD
Private James RAHILL
Private John REILLY (2) & wife, one child
Private Terence RYAN
 
Source: ""The Military Establishment in W.A." by C.G. & E.S. Whitely.
(All effforts made to contact holder/s of copyright)

 

Historical Records Relevant to the "MARQUIS of ANGLESEA"

Disembarkation Return of the Detachment Undermentioned, Dated Perth 24 August 1829:
 

Detachment: 63rd Regt.
From What Station: Chatham, England
On Board What Ship: Marquis of Anglesea
   1    Sergeant
   9    Privates
   4    Women
   2    Children
Remarks: One child born on Board on the 12 August 1829. Battye Library Acc 36 Vol/159


From Dr Alexander Collie's Journal:

From a Letter by Captain W.T.Dance of HMS Sulphur dated 9th September 1829:

"The Marquis of Anglesea drove with three anchors ahead in a gale of wind and going onto the rocks southward of the entrance of the river, was bilged and I fear, can never be got off. 
AJCP 294. CO18/4 Page 99.

List of Articles landed from the Ship "Marquis of Anglesea" 7th September 1829:

2 Spades 
Do. Taines
1 Oil Do.
2 Rakes 
Indian Corn
Bag of Tea
2 Hoes
Tamarinds
2 Tea Potts
2 Broad Axes
Orange seed
1 Tea Chest
2 Plains 
Bag of Rice
1 Tea Kettle
2 Saws
1 Bed
2 Tin Settings
2 Hammers
3 Blanketts
2 Ware Do.
4 Chip axes
1 Counterpane
1 Large trunk
2 Augers
4 Sheets
Several Bags Seed
Bag of Nails
Bag of Biskett Peas  
Do.Spikes
2 Decanters Paper, Pencils
6 Knifes & Forks
6 Wine Glasses
Waffers, Wax
6 Spoons
2 Tumblers
Pen Knifes
Quantity Spanish
1 Glass (Illegible)
Sundries seed wheat
1 Fish same
2 Bags Dollars

Acc 36 Vol 2/21

"Marquis of Anglesea" 

Detachment: 63rd Regt.
From What Station: Chatham, England
On Board What Ship: Marquis of Anglesea
   1    Sergeant
   9    Privates
   4    Women
   2    Children
Remarks: One child born on Board on the 12 August 1829. Battye Library Acc 36 Vol/159

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