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105623
Surname: -
First Name: -
Ship: Euphrates 1855
Date: 1855 8 August
Place: Sydney
Source: MM
Details: 558 tons. Captain Beharell. Departed Southampton April 22 with 293 government immigrants. Dr. Daly surgeon superintendent


206357
Surname: Bruant alias Compton alias Henderson alias Harper
First Name: Mary
Ship: Euphrates 1855
Date: 19 February 1885
Place: Maitland
Source: Maitland Mercury
Details: William Henderson alias Harper, remanded on bail from Muswellbrook was charged with bigamy. That at East Maitland on 20th March 1857, did marry Mary Bruant and that while he as so married did on the 30th August 1884 at East Maitland, marry Mary Henderson alias Harper, being then alive….Mary Henderson alias Harper, on oath states – I have heard my information read, and it is true; I know the prisoner now before the court; he is m husband; in the commencement of the year 1857 I was living in West Maitland; I was a widow and my name was Mary Compton; my maiden name was Mary Bruant; my first husband Thomas Compton died during the month of February 1856 in the Maitland Hospital; I first became acquainted with the prisoner the latter end of 1856; I knew him as William Henderson; he said he was a bootmaker and resided at the Rockey River diggings; I knew the prisoner about three months before I married him; I was married to prisoner at East Maitland on 20th March 1857 by Rev. William McIntyre. Witnesses Henry Sayers and Maria Mitchell, milliner of East Maitland


206353
Surname: Compton
First Name: Thomas and Mary
Ship: Euphrates 1855
Date: August 1855
Place: Port Jackson
Source: Ancestry.com. New South Wales, Australia, Assisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1828-1896
Details: Thomas Compton age 34, farm labourer from Wiltshire, son of Matthew and Diana; Mary age 20 daughteer of Charles and Anne Bryant. Assisted immigrant on the ship Euphrates. Note - two cousins George and Stephen Wright already in the colony, residing at West Maitland. Thomas Compton was previously in the 3rd Buffs


206366
Surname: Frost
First Name: John
Ship: Euphrates 1855
Date: October 1855
Place: -
Source: State Records Authority of New South Wales; Kingswood New South Wales, Australia; Persons on bounty ships to Sydney, Newcastle, and Moreton Bay (Board Immigrant Lists); Series: 5317; Reel: 2470; Item: [4/4949]
Details: John Beavis age 31, garden labourer from West Wrattling, Cambridgeshire, son of Thomas and Charlotte; Eliza age 25 daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth Frost. Assisted immigrants on the ship Gilmore in 1855. Note - an uncle John Frost arrived in the colony in the Euphrates in 1855


206361
Surname: Frost
First Name: John, Lydia, Anne, Martha, John, Hannah, Mary, Susan, Eliza
Ship: Euphrates 1855
Date: August 1855
Place: Port Jackson
Source: Ancestry.com. New South Wales, Australia, Assisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1828-1896
Details: John Frost age 33, farm labourer from Weston Corville, Cambridgeshire, son of Edward and Mary; Lydia age 32 from Calton Cambridgeshire daughter of Stephen and Anna Stubbins, both deceased; Anne 13, Martha 12, John 10, Hannah 8, Mary 5, Susan 2, Eliza, an infant born on the voyage. Assisted immigrants on the ship Euphrates. Note - a sister Rebecca Stubbings already in the colony, residing at Black Creek near Maitland; also a brother residing at Black Creek


133993
Surname: Paton
First Name: John
Ship: Euphrates 1855
Date: -
Place: Broke & Singleton
Source: Singleton Pioneer Register p. 69
Details: Born c 1820 Markinch, Coaltown, Co. Fife, Scotland, son of John Paton and Elizabeth Braid (Baird). Spouse Harriott Hawkins. Came as assisted immigrants to the Stroud area. See Pioneer Register for details of descendants


206363
Surname: Paton
First Name: John, Harriet, Elizabeth, David, Napoleon
Ship: Euphrates 1855
Date: August 1855
Place: Port Jackson
Source: Ancestry.com. New South Wales, Australia, Assisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1828-1896
Details: John Patson age 34, carpenter and joiner from Fifeshire, son of John and Elizabeth; Harriett age 31 from Surry; John 12, Elizabeth 11, David 8, Napoleon 6, Harriet 4. . Assisted immigrants on the ship Euphrates. Note - a brother-in-law Thomas Horne already in the colony, residing at Ballarat


105622
Surname: White
First Name: George
Ship: Euphrates 1855
Date: -
Place: -
Source: Maitland Family History Circle's Pre 1900 Pioneer Register
Details: Born 1829 in Essex. Spouse Mary King. For more information about descendants see Pioneer Register Entry No. 1601


206364
Surname: White
First Name: George, Mary, Arthur, Emma
Ship: Euphrates 1855
Date: August 1855
Place: Port Jackson
Source: Ancestry.com. New South Wales, Australia, Assisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1828-1896
Details: George White age 29, farm labourer from Essex, son of William and Ellen; Mary age 24, daughter of Charles and Maria King; Arthur age 3, Emma age 1. Assisted immigrants on the Euphrates.