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Dr Daniel Rutter Long 36 (Cabin 1), came 30 Sept 1840 on the Himalaya
Daniel Rutter Long (1804-1886), his wife Helen (1804- 1906) and their six children arrived in Melbourne from England on the barque Himalaya. They were accompanied on the journey by Mrs Long’s brother Henry Gilbert Jones and her nephew William R Hinks/Hincks.
Mr Long and Mrs Helen Long and 6 chn Passengers Cabin arrived 30 Sep 1840 from Greenock on the Himalaya
Elizabeth Long, Ellen Long, and Susan Long daus , 6 n, Cabin, came Sep 1840 on the Himalaya
Martin Henry Long, Josiah Long and Thomas Long sons , 8 n, Cabin, came Sep 1840 on the Himalaya
Daniel Long, dwelling house, Richmond The Port Phillip Herald Fri, 26 May 1843 District of Port Phillip Electoral List of 291 names voted in election 20 June 1843, during second hour, 10-11am
L Dr Long and Mrs baptised Daniel 1841 and 8th child Caroline baptised 1844
Daniel Rattray Long Cleveland-terrace Melbourne, source 1841 Kerr's Almanac transcribed by Lenore Frost
Henry Jones was to become medical dispenser to the aboriginals of Melbourne (or Western Port District) and also produced a remarkable suite of 12 etchings around 1841 – probably the first in Victoria – showing various views of early Melbourne.
Daniel Long, voted 10-11am Melbourne to elect two members to sit in Legislative Council. Source - Port Phillip Herald 26 Apr 1844
Daniel Rutter Long chemist and druggist Bourke street, Source - 1847 Directory
The son of a chemist and druggist, Daniel Rutter Long had completed a seven year apprenticeship with fellow Quaker Jacob Bell, founder of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain. In Melbourne, he worked first as a surgeon’s assistant in Collingwood and, by 1841, was managing the pharmacy of Dr Wimott, the first coroner in Port Phillip. Long was also an artist of “inconsiderable talent who painted hundreds of scenes in oils” of Victoria and surrounding colonies. In 1843, he established his own pharmacy in Bourke Street where Governor LaTrobe’s family were among his clientele.
From Archives Bristol holds 26. 1840 Letter, Daniel Rutter Long, from the ship Himalaya at Portsmouth, bound for Port Phillip, New South Wales, to Isaac Pitt at Cirencester (Glos,). 27. 1841 Letter, same, from Melbourne, Australia, to his mother, Mrs Elizabeth Long at Witney (Oxon.). 26. 1849 Letter, Susannah Maria Long, from Melbourne, Australia, to her aunt, [Letter-head picture of Bourke Street, Melbourne]
Daniel Rutter Long - Long Directory 1847 chemist and druggist, Bourke street In 1840, Daniel Rutter Long (1804-1886), his wife Helen (1804-1906) and their six children (incl Henry, Thomas, Daniel junior, 1841-1906), arrived in Melbourne from England on the barque Himalaya. The son of a chemist and druggist, Daniel Rutter Long had completed a seven year apprenticeship with fellow Quaker Jacob Bell, founder of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain.
The were accompanied on the journey by Mrs Long’s brother Henry Gilbert Jones and her nephew William R Hinks. The family landed at Sandridge (now Port Melbourne) and were rowed ashore by Wilbraham Liardet in his whaling boat ‘ferry’.
Caroline (the family’s eighth child baptised in 1844)
In Melbourne, he worked first as a surgeon’s assistant in Collingwood and, by 1841, was managing the pharmacy of Dr Wimott, the first coroner in Port Phillip. Long was also an artist of “inconsiderable talent who painted hundreds of scenes in oils” of Victoria and surrounding colonies. In 1843, he established his own pharmacy in Bourke Street where Governor LaTrobe’s family were among his clientele.
Purchased Ballam Park, his early life is described here.

In 1840, Daniel Rutter Long (1804-1886), his wife Helen (1804-1906) and their six children arrived in Melbourne from England on the barque Himalaya. The were accompanied on the journey by Mrs Long’s brother Henry Gilbert Jones and her nephew William R Hinks. The family landed at Sandridge (now Port Melbourne) and were rowed ashore by Wilbraham Liardet in his whaling boat ‘ferry’. Helen’s brother, Henry was to become medical dispenser to the aboriginals of Melbourne (or Western Port District) and also produced a remarkable suite of 12 etchings around 1841 – probably the first in Victoria – showing various views of early Melbourne.
The son of a chemist and druggist, Daniel Rutter Long had completed a seven year apprenticeship with fellow Quaker Jacob Bell, founder of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain. In Melbourne, he worked first as a surgeon’s assistant in Collingwood and, by 1841, was managing the pharmacy of Dr Wimott, the first coroner in Port Phillip. Long was also an artist of “inconsiderable talent who painted hundreds of scenes in oils” of Victoria and surrounding colonies. In 1843, he established his own pharmacy in Bourke Street where Governor LaTrobe’s family were among his clientele.
In 1850 Daniel Rutter Long built premises on the corner of Bourke and Stephens (now Exhibition) streets in Melbourne, comprising a pharmacy on the ground floor with a residence above. This site is now occupied by the Elephant and Wheelbarrow Pub. In 1856, he put the business into the hands of his son Henry and surgeon James Edward Neild (who had been employed to sit in the pharmacy and give free consultations) and moved to his residence at Hampden Villa, Malvern.

Daniel Long 27 (single man 43) Labourer RC both Tipperary, came 3 Jun 1841 on the Duchess Of Northumberland
Daniel Long, and Nancy Byrne baptised female Ellen at Roman Catholic St Francis, Melbourne born at Melbourne 1842 #350
George Long aged 19 came Nov 1846 with 334 on the Maitland
Henry Long aged 22 came Sep 1847 with 306 on the Joseph Somes
Hugh Long butcher Collins lane, Source - 1847 Directory
James Long aged 20 came Nov 1846 with 334 on the Maitland Letter at Post-office unclaimed, 7 April 1847
John Long Seaman arrived 16 Apr 1844 on the Sea Queen
John Crew Long wed Elizabeth Hyatt in 1847 at Church of England Christ Church, Geelong
Margaret Long wed Thomas Condon in 1841 at Church of England St James, Melbourne
Martin Henry Long - ( n 3) Cabin, listed on the Himalaya arrived 30 Sep 1840
Patrick Long 27 (paid 30), came 3 Jun 1841 on the Duchess Of Northumberland
Robert Long Letter at Post-office unclaimed, 27th February, 1847
Sarah Long 29 (1 single woman), came 30 June 1841 on the Caroline
Sarah Long 20 (single woman 35) Housemaid Prot both Barnstaple, came 30 July 1841 on the Westminster
Sarah Long wed John Chandler in 1841 at Church of England St James, Melbourne
William Long 19 (single man 14) Shepherd, Prot both, Tyrone, came 1 May 1840 on the China
William Long 40 (Steerage 12), Dorset Prot, Ploughman, came 30 Sept 1840 on the Himalaya
William Long cabinetmaker Bourke street, Source - 1847 Directory
William Henry Long wed Elizabeth Shillinglaw in 1846 at Independent Congregational Melbourne
Henry Longbottom 25 hus (family 18) Farmer Prot reads Nottingham, came 2 Jan 1841 on the Salsette
Matilda Longbottom 24 wife of Henry (family 18) Dairymaid Prot neither Ireland, came 2 Jan 1841 on the Salsette
George Longbottom 3 son of Henry (family 18) Prot, came 2 Jan 1841 on the Salsette
Infant Longbottom 6 days (family 18) died at Sea 17 Dec on the Salsette
Henry Longbottom, and Matilda baptised William at Church Of England St James, Melbourne born at Pentridge 1842 #12965
Henry Longbottom and Matilda baptised Eliza 1844 died, Matilda 1846
Henry Longbottom carter Moonee Ponds, Source - 1847 Directory
Henry Longbottom, No 7, letters at Melbourne Post Office. Source - Melbourne Courier 5 Aug 1845
Henry born c1815 looks like this one
Henry Longbottom died 1878 aged 63, when his parents names were given as Henry and Matilda Carr of Stafford (looks like the Informant did not know)
Matilda died 1881 aged 74, so born about 1807
Absolam Longbottom wed 27 June 1808 to Elizabeth Kelk at East Retford, Nottingham, England
They Christened a son named Henry on 05 Mar 1815 at Clarborough, Nottingham, England
and also on 17 Nov 1816 at Ordsall, Nottingham, England
Henry Longbottom wed 24 Oct 1836 to Matilda Carr at Cathedral, Manchester, Lancashire, England
George Longbottom born to Sep 1838 at Manchester
Rev W Longbottom, No 9, letters at Melbourne Post Office. Source - Melbourne Courier 13 Oct 1845
Mr H Longman arrived 27 Feb 1841 at Launceston from Port Phillip William Hughes
Edward Longmore, arrived at Port Phillip from Launceston on the brig 'Swan' 21 Aug 1845. Source - Port Phillip Herald 26 Aug 1845
John Longmore, letter at Geelong Post Office 6 Mar 1844. Source - Geelong Advertiser 6 Mar 1844
John Longmoor Page 197 Letters at Office, 30th June 1847
Mary Longmore 17 (14 single woman) Domestic Servant Prot reads Antrim, came 30 Nov 1841 on the Allan Ker
Margaret Longmuir, female wed Robert Mcdonnell 1842 #33177 Presbyterian Geelong
John Longshawe wed Anne Conry in 1843 at Roman Catholic Melbourne & Geelong
Lawrence Longworth, Licensed to cut timber at County of Bourke July 1845. Source - Melbourne Courier 18 Aug 1845
John Lonie, List 4, 30 Apr 1844 letter at the Melbourne Post Office. Source - Port Phillip Herald 7 May 1844
Michael Lonnahan, Intermediate For Cape of Good Hope departed 12 Feb 1844 for London on the Lord Keane,
Mary Longmore 17 (single woman 14) Domestic Servant Prot reads Antrim came 24 Dec 1841 on the Allan Ker
Joseph Lonsdale and Catherine baptised Catherine 1841, Mark 1843, Frederick Richard 1845
Joseph Lonsdale livery stable keeper Flinders lane, Source - 1847 Directory
Mr Lonsdale departed 23 June 1841 from Launceston for Port Phillip on the Challenger
Capt. William Lonsdale 9 Sept 1836 of the 4th or King's Own Regiment, appointed by Governor Sir Richard Bourke to be Police Magistrate for tPort Phillip district
Capt. William Lonsdale 29 Sept 1836 and Mrs, their children and servants and a detachment of troops, also conveyed
William Lonsdale Presbyterian resident Subscriber to build school 1 Mar 1839
William (Capt.) Lonsdale, Justice Of The Peace, Melbourne, 1939 Directory of Port Phillip
Capt Lonsdale, in Oct 1839 employed Mary Mansie aged 22, House servant, who came on the David Clarke
Capt Lonsdale in Apr 1839 employed Flora McDonald aged 20, Servant, who came Apr 1839 on the John Barry
Capt Lonsdale, in Dec 1839 employed Mary Mckay aged 26, House maid, who came on the William Metcalfe
William Lonsdale, in Jan 1839 employed Joseph Partridge aged 23, Stone mason, who came on the Hope
William Lonsdale - Lonsdale and Martha baptised Liona Kingsown 1838, Edgar 1840, Ellen 1842, William 1843, Ethilda Wagstaffe 1845, Ralph Peverel 1847
Directory 1847 sub-treasurer, Flinders street
William Lonsdale - Lonsdale Chief Clerk, Treasury Members Of The Land Board
William Lonsdale - Lonsdale died 1847 Male aged 29 at Melbourne
3 Convicts assigned to W Lonsdale - Lonsdale is Hugh Dyer came on the Mangles is John Hazlewood came 1837 on the Prince George is Peter Harrison came 1838 on the Clyde Superintendant
William Lonsdale Gentleman, wife Martha dau Liona Kingsown Lonsdale born 8 Jul 1838 baptised 29 Dec 1838 at St James Cathedral, Melbourne
William Lonsdale, and Martha baptised Ellen at Church Of England St James, Melbourne born at Melb 1842 #12789
Ellen Lonsdale, died W 2m female Melbourne 1842 #3713 Church Of England St James, Melbourne
William Lonsdale, Melbourne Times 10 Sep 1842 Page 3 Mayor Melbourne Municipal Corporation
William Lonsdale, freehold, Yarra Yarra The Port Phillip Herald Fri, 26 May 1843 District of Port Phillip Electoral List of 291 names voted in election 20 June 1843, during first hour, 9-10am
W Lonsdale, on 10 June 1840 purchased a town allotment - source Port Phillip Herald 12 June 1840
William Thomas Lonsdale wed Elizabeth Atkinson in 1841 at Church of England St James, Melbourne
William Thomas Lonsdale, and Eliza baptised William Joseph at Church Of England St James, Melbourne born at Melb 1842 #12816
William Thomas Lonsdale, and Eliza baptised Elizabeth Margaret 1844, Charles 1847
Captain Lonsdale, with 147 men, was presented to Sir George Gipps at a Levee, Mon 25 Oct 1841 in his honour. Source - Port Phillip Herald, 26 Oct 1841
William Lonsdale, voted 1-2pm Melbourne to elect two members to sit in Legislative Council. Source - Port Phillip Herald 26 Apr 1844
William Lonsdale, Portland Bay District depasturing license for 1-30 Sept 1844. Source - Port Phillip Herald 15 Nov 1844
W Lonsdale, donated to the Building Fund for the new hospital - source Port Phillip Herald 1 March 1845
William Lonsdale, exported 90 bales of wool to UK in the previous year. Source - Geelong Advertiser 28 June 1845
William Lonsdale, one of 469 voters who qualified by Freehold in Yarra Yarra Electors List District of Bourke. Source - Melbourne Courier 8 Aug 1845
William Lonsdale, Licensed to depasture stock at Portland Bay District Sept 1845. Source - Melbourne Courier 3 Nov 1845
William Lonsdale sub-treasurer Flinders street, Source - 1847 Directory
Alice Looby 25 (paid 31), came 3 Jun 1841 on the Duchess Of Northumberland
Alice Looby wed Connor Hallman in 1841 at Roman Catholic St Francis, Melbourne
William Looke, List No 7, 31 July 1844 letter at the Melbourne Post Office. Source - Port Phillip Herald 6 Aug 1844
Robert Looker Correspondence sold Western Port Pontesford to Monat, James & George
Joseph Looms Convict came 1828 on the Phoenix assigned to Mess'rs Ryder & Kirk
Ellen Looney 19 (single woman 27) House servant RC reads Cork, came 30 Nov 1841 on the Mary Nixon
Mr R Looney arrived 7 Mar 1840 from Launceston on 4 March. on the Fox - source Port Phillip Herald 10 Mar 1840
Elizabeth Lopp 25, 55 single woman, Housemaid Salisbury Prot both, came Jun 1840 on the Andromache
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