"ABOUKIR" SHIPPING LIST FROM LONDON, MAY 20th AND LEFT PLYMOUTH, MAY 30th, Arrived PORT ADELAIDE Saturday September 4th 1847
The "Aboukir" was chartered to return to Britain with copper ore for the London Australian Mining Co. for £4 12s 6d a ton. The local directors purchased cargoes of Burra Burra ore for 4 chartered ships, inc. "Aboukir" Sth Aus. Register Wed. September 8th 1847


CAPTAIN/MASTER
SCOTT Charles
CABIN PASSENGERS
Beck J.F. esq. and lady friend, name below
Scott Mrs.
Maybe the Captain's wife.
Hill Doctor Surgeon- Superintendent
STEERAGE CLASS
Andrew Elizabeth 14  m. John McCasker 21.4.1849, when 17/18
Andrew Peter, wife Ann nee Trestrail and Mary Ann 13 and 4 children  Family went to Burra child born 10.10. 1847 William, Adelaide. Daughter Mary Ann married Urias Scoble, who came on the "Rajah" with his 2 children.
Bartle Joseph Roberts 16, (Maritime Museum  list), a Joseph Roberts 26 m. Jane Smythe on 24.9.1857, note Susan below  m. a Smythe.
Bartle Peter 44, wife and 1 child, listed as Father to Joseph Roberts.
Bartle Susan 17,(MM list only) A Susan Bartle m. William Smythe 11.9.1855, she was only 19 though when married. Did she come on this voyage?
Bawden Ann  Maybe Mary Ann Bawden who married William Datson at Kapunda 10.15. 1855 Note Bawden also maiden name of Elizabeth Menhennett on this ship.
Beck Frederick John, Jane 18, ( MM list only , not newspaper)
Bennett Christopher 39, Elizabeth nee Vincent and 4 children including  Christopher Vincent 9,
Birt Mary Jeffrey 18.
m. at Penworthen James Banfield Taylor 20.3.1855,
Birt Orlando 16 m. Jessica Mckenzie 28.6.1854, Williamstown, Vic.
Birt William 42, Jane nee Hocking 32, Julia 12, Eliza Maria 9, twins Walter Jeffrey and William 6,
Family from Cornwall, Went to Burra, William became a Foreman Carpenter at Burra, Lived in Hampton, South Australia, a part of Burra, now vacant land.  Father died 1890 Kooringa, Sth Aus. A signpost at a site in Burra, "Birt House" is named after the family. The Jeffrey comes from William's first wife Mary nee Jeffrey., who died just before the voyage 4.3.1847. William then married Jane  8.5.1847.. Listed in the UK census 1841 in Powder, Cornwall, Lostwithiel St.   Information supplied by Ross Dickie. and UK census.
Blatchford James 39, Charity nee Jury, children Henry 13, Edward 11, Charity and 1 child.
Bible Christian and the 1st Lay Preacher in Burra. 1st wife Lizzie nee Skinner died 1838, m. 2nd wife in Devon c. 1839 Charity lived in dugouts at Burra
Blight Caroline
Briscombe Francis,wife and 2 children   
may have gone interstate
Chapple John 21 
married Ann Leeson in 1848, who arrived in 1848 on the "Tasman", moved to Victoria
Coppin Emma J.
Coppin Selina
Datson Eliza 18
Datson Hugh about 14 
Datson Hugh 42, Jane 36 and 4 children inc. James 10/11 and John 9 
From Cornwall, Burra and Moonta, 1851,  James left with his father for the goldmines in Vic., then Geelong until 1861, then SA Family on the UK Census 1841 living at Powder- Cornwall, address Hugus. A web site lists other children Hugh,  Mary Ann http://hsweeney.e-access.com.au/ships.html
Datson Philippa 15/16  m. Walter Jacka Adelaide, came on the "Rajah"
Datson William  about 19 see Bawden Ann
Davy Thomas
Delbridge Elizabeth Candy. 16 m. ---- Ellis.
Delbridge James 17, m. Jane Prior 12. 8. 1850, who came on the "William Money", spelt Pryor on shipping list.
Delbridge James 41, Margaret 42 nee Rickard and Anthony 14, Mary Jane 12, John 8, Ann 8 twins, Ellen Helena 2 plus one other child listed,
Came from Cornwall, went to Burra and later lived in Kapunda, miner then farmer. Anthony  m. Mary Prior 23.8.1852, Jane's sister.
Eustace Mary and 2 children
Evers Bridget
Fagan Peter 21, Catherine nee Norrish and 2 children 
Irish Family,
Faul Eliza
Francis John
Francis Judith and child
Francis William
Geelan Matthew 19,
became shoemaker
Gillard Ann
Gillard John
Gillard Margaret
Gillard Samuel
Goad Thomas
Goad William James
Goldsworthy William and wife
Goodman Ann,
will check to see if this is the same as below
Goodman Henry, Ann Goodman, nee Nicholls Henry died 1852,, a child Henry listed in MM list, not newspaper, Family informs me that Henry was born 18/10/1847 in Sth Aus.
Gray John
Gray P. Thomas, wife and 2 children,
one died on the passage
Gray Thomas Henry
Greenslade James and wife
Gummow Henry, Maria nee Haughton and 4 children
Hammell Joshua, wife and 4 children
Hampton John, wife and child
Harris Jane 19
may have married Henry Seaborne a sailor 30.9.1849
Heeny Michael, wife and child,
listed as Heine in MM list
Hendy Nicholas
Hitchings John 36, Catherine 31 and 4 children,
the following web site: Hitchens, John, wife Catherine nee ?, Mary 6, Rosetta 4, John 1 http://users.ncable.net.au/~jburrell/gen/hutchins/hut_oli.html  also known as Hutchens.
Hocken Oliver, wife
Hooper Celia
Hooper Thomas 34, Johanna nee May 28 and Selina Ann 6, Thomas 4, William 2,
Suzanna born 18.12.1847 in Adelaide. Family went to Burra,, then Collingwood, Victoria. Thomas listed as 9 in MM list.
Hoskin William
Hosking William, wife and child
James Mary 24
married Joseph C. Sando, who was on this voyage, maybe the son. More to follow  both from Cornwall
Julien John and Jane nee Hore and child Lavinia, infant born 4/4/1847, listed separately on shipping list. Family went  to Burra, Elizabeth Jane b.25/3/1849. Other children,  moved to Geelong, Victoria about 1854, thanks to  relative Geoff Brown
Keast George.
Knight John, Mary Ann wife and George Skinner 7 + 1 child.
Knight Thomas S.
Liggett James and wife
Lott Francis, wife and 2 children
Martin William and wife
Matthews Jane
Menhennett Eliza
Menhennett Elizabeth 29 nee Bawden  William H.  and John,
children on MM list
Menhennett Henry
Menhennett William Henry 28.
Mitchell Richard, wife and 4 children
one died on the voyage
Morcom Samuel miner, tributer m. Jane nee Hurres
( will check spelling)
Moyle Ann
Moyle Elizabeth           
Moyle John
Moyle William
Moyle William, Elizabeth nee Thomas  and 3 children,
one died on the passage. William died 1851, Burra, Sth Aus. and his wife 1857, Bendigo Victoria.  from Cornwall, went to Burra, as a miner, wife a nurse.
Mulligan Patrick, wife and one child
Mulligan Thomas
Neille Patrick, wife and one child
Nekervis Henry 21
later spelt Nankervis, the Cornish accent most probably was the reason for the different spellings. Henry was a miner from a very early age maybe as young as 9. Went to Burra and worked the mines, but seeing his father's death had no intention of staying in mining, later opening the Hotel in Kadina. Henry's mother, sister, brother and families came over on the "William Money". Listed in the UK Census 1841 address in St. Just,
Olive Joseph, Ann nee Ley and 3 children
Pascoe Elizabeth
Pascoe John 28,  Grace 25 wife and John 3,
MM has Eliza Ann infant listed. Father was a miner, farmer then storekeeper.
Paull John
Penhall David 15
Penhall William Daly 17
Penhall William 48, Elizabeth , Mary Ann 13, Louisa 9, Caroline 9 and 2 children
Plunkett John
Plunkett William
Pooley Ann
Pooley Elizabeth
Pooley Emmeline
Pooley Mary
Reiley Philip, wife and 2 children
Rich Richard
Roberts Elizabeth
Robins Elizabeth
Rodda R.N., listed as Rowland Vounder 25 Assay Master in MM list.
Rogers Joseph and Ann Childers Paterson
nee Williams   His family said he m. here in SA, 20 year old Ann nee Williams. Do they have it correct as he had a wife on this ship and as yet I have not found her death. It seems as there is no record of marriage here in SA that he married her in Cornwall or UK. John born Linkinborne, Cornwall, Ann, Stirling Castle, Scotland. See Web Site of John Symonds wife not listed on MM list, Joseph became a Mason, Building Contractor.
Rooke James later married Maria Bennett
Rowe Thomas, Elizabeth Ellen nee Barrett, 
Elizabeth Ann, Hannah Maria, Mary Jane and Thomas Henry infant, pig keeper, dwelt in the dugouts. Thanks to Brian Rowe.
Sando Anthony 21
Sando Elizabeth Mary 17, Mary Elizabeth on MM list
Sando Fanny
this maybe Joseph's wife. Is this the Francis 15 on the MM list and family Web Site
Sando John 23, tinsmith
Sando Joseph 25
also named Joseph Carne m. Mary James 2/11/1847, listed as 24 on MM list.
Sando Joseph Carnes 48., Frances nee Anguel 50 and William 11 Came from Redruth, Cornwall, wife listed as 52 in MM list, son became a stonemason.  A family with the spelling Sandow is on the UK Census 1841, with same names for the children, but different ages. The parents age was both 40, would make them 46/47 for this voyage..  Address at Penwith, Cornwall, Redruth.
Sando Sally,
not listed on MM list, also not listed on UK Census 1841.
Smith Elizabeth
m. Thomas Davy/Davey, same voyage.
Snow James
Stevens Richard V.
Tamblyn Henry, wife and 3 children
Taylor Richard and wife
Taylor Stephen
Tonkin William, wife and child
Trenethick Edwin, wife and 2 children
Trenwith Emma
Trenwith George
Trenwith Honor
Trenwith Johanna
Trenwith John, wife and child
Trenwith Thomas
Trenwith Eliza
Trevithick Henry, Elizabeth nee Pascoe and 5 children, including Grace Dylman Symonds, Thomas Henry, Richard Pascoe, Elizabeth Ann
They came from Cornwall went to Burra then Victoria born Victoria Jane 23.8.1849, William Edwin 13.7.1851
Trewin Caroline
Trutt Bridget
Veal Richard, wife and 2 children
one child died on the passage
Ward Ann
Warns Richard, wife and child
died on the voyage, might be Warne, MM lists Warn with infant Mary born at sea. Wife not mentioned.
Warrick Francis
Warrick Joseph, wife and 4 children
one died on the voyage
Warrick Samson, a Samson Warrick died 1868 36 yrs old, makes him c. 15 in 1847
Welsh John 40, wife, Thomas 7 and 1 child, listed as Walsh on MM list
Williams Solomon, wife and 2 children
Woolcock Hopson, wife and 2 children,
one child died during the voyage, a Hobson Woolcock died in Victoria 1854, 30 yrs old. Sometimes Hobson/Hopson. Census 1841 Hopson
Yelland William, MM lists wife Mary Ann nee May, not on newspaper list. Family member Terry Yelland informs us that William married Mary Ann a week before leaving Newyln, Cornwall  for Australia.  They went to Burra and then on to Ballarat, settling just out of Ballarat in the self named Newlyn, named after there hometown, where they were married. Had success in the goldfields and successfully bred Hereford cattle, still operated by a Yelland and the oldest Hereford stud in Australia.
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