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Captain Thompkins master Departed from Sydney 15 Mar 1837 for Port Phillip bark on the Regia
Thomas Thompkins, and Margaret baptised Sarah Ann at Church Of England St James, Melbourne born at Melb 1842 #12930
Mr A Thomson From Launceston Arrived at Port Phillip 7 April 1843 from Sydney via Launceston on 5 Apr Sea Horse
A Thomson gentleman Melbourne subscribed in advance to Arden'sColonial Magazine source PPH 12 Sep 1843
Mr A Thomson imported 3 horses and 15 goats arrived at Port Phillip 22 Oct 1843 from Launceston on 14 Oct Scout
A Thompson, voted in Geelong for Mr Curr as Member of Council to succeed Mr B Boyd. Source - Port Phillip Herald 30 Sep 1845
Rev Mr AC Thompson, arrived at Launceston from Portland Bay on the schooner "Minerva' 21 Sep 1841 - source Launceston Courier 25 Sep 1841
Rev AC Thomson, 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
Rev Adam Compton Thomson, appointed a Trustee of the Savings Bank of Port Phillip. Source - Port Phillip Herald, 2 Nov 1841
Adam Compton Thompson - Thomson and Adelaide Zelie christened Isabella Felicia Nat 1843, Ferdinand George 1845
Adam Compton Thomson house Bourke St Lonsdale Ward 239 voters Voters in the town of Melbourne 1 June 1843 to 1 June 1844 source PPH 16 May 1843
Adam Compton Thomson, House Lane off Little Collins St The Port Phillip Herald Fri 8 Sep 1843 Burgess in Lonsdale Ward
Rev AC Thomson, Episcopalian made 19 vists to Melbourne Gaol in year of 1843. Source - Port Phillip Herald 30 Jan 1844
Rev AC Thomson, at St James Church Melbn wed 30 Apr 1844 by Special License Ephraim Howe to Elizabeth Charlotte Porter. Source - Port Phillip Herald 3 May 1844
Rev A Thomson Melbourne employed Elizabeth Young 20 (single woman 24) arrived 22 Sep 1844 from Cork on the Abberton
AC Thomson, donated to the Building Fund for the new hospital - source Port Phillip Herald 1 March 1845
Adam Compton ac Thompson, one of 469 voters who qualified by Freehold in Merri Merri Creek Electors List District of Bourke. Source - Melbourne Courier 8 Aug 1845
Gaol Chaplain Directory 1847 settler Fardinea Barwon River
Savings' Bank Trustees - Directory 1847 Episcopalian minister Church square
A.Compton Thomson Episcopalian minister Church square , Source - 1847 Directory
A.Compton Thomson born about 1800 was ordained deacon in December 1830 at St James's, Westminster, by Bishop Blomfield of London, and priest in January 1835 at Tanjore, South India, by Bishop Wilson of Calcutta. Thomson was stationed at Tanjore (1831-33), Negapatam (1833-35), Vepery (Madras) from 1836, and in 1838 was headmaster of the Vepery seminary for catechists. In 1839 he went to England because of the illness of his wife Adèle Zélée, whom he had married in South India, and who, according to Georgiana McCrae, was a niece of Spengler, the curator of the Stockholm museum. The arrival of Bishop Charles Perry with additional clergy in January 1848 meant little lightening of Thomson's responsibilities. Not surprisingly his health broke down, and in June 1850 he resigned from St James's to accept the rural parish of Windermere in northern Tasmania.
Rev AC Thomson Passenger on the Shamrock departed 17 Sep 1850 from Launceston to Melbourne arrived 19 Sep
In 1853 he moved to Evandale, but after the death of his wife in 1855 he obtained leave and went to England. When he had not returned by 1858 his parish was declared vacant. He died suddenly at Norwood Green, London, on 23 September 1859
Agnes Thompson 17 (single woman 47) Housemaid Prot Glasgow , came 2 Oct 1841 on the Thomas Arbuthnot
Agnes Thompson wed Raphael Alexander in 1845 at Methodist / Wesleyan
Dr Alexander Thompson 27 May 1835 arrived with Batman via Rebecca at Port Phillip
Dr Alexander Thompson 9 Nov 1835 owned 50 Hereford cows landed at Gellibrand's Point.
Dr Alexander Thompson, wife and daughter arrived 1 March 1836 from Launceston. He came as medical officer and catechist or missionary for the Port Phillip Association.
A Thomson had Convict assigned to him - is William Jones came 1835 on the ? Castle (illegible) is Patrick Byrnet /Burnes came on the Clyde is Melancthon (s) Bokone came 1836 on the Mangles is Henry Kearney came 1833 on the Lady Lynedoch is Edmund Chesnell came 1838 on the Bengal Merchant
From Dictionary of Australian Biography - Alexander Thomson sent across the first cattle to arrive in the new settlement, a draft of 50 Hereford cows in November 1835. In March 1836 Thomson arrived with his wife and daughter. He came over as medical officer and catechist for the Port Phillip Association, and built a house near the corner of Flinders and Elizabeth-streets, Melbourne. In May he acted as one of three arbitrators in connexion with disputes between Henry Batman and Fawkner (q.v.), and before his house was completed he was in the habit of holding a service on Sunday in his tent. He was secretary to the first public meeting held in Melbourne, on 1 June, and in October Lonsdale (q.v.) appointed him medical officer at a salary of £200 a year. He resigned this position in January 1837, and having selected land on the present site of Geelong, settled there. He died at Geelong on 1 January 1866. His wife survived him with a daughter.
Dr Alexander Thompson 2 May 1836 one of 3 arbitrators in dispute between Fawkner and Henry Batman
Dr Alexander Thompson 1 January 1837 who had resigned as medial officer
Dr Alexander Thompson 4 February 1837 subscribers for the erection of a wooden church in William Street
Alexander (Dr.) Thomson, Melbourne, was elected one of the Port Phillip members to the New South Wales Legislative Council, but resigned in 1844 in protest against having to attend the sittings in Sydney.
Alexander Thomson (1800-1866), medical practitioner and pastoralist, was born at Aberdeen, Scotland, the son of Alexander Thomson, shipowner. After medical training at Aberdeen and London he married Barbara Dalrymple in Aberdeen on 24 March 1824. Next year he made the first of his several voyages to Australia as surgeon in a convict transport. Attracted by the colonies, he chartered the Auriga in which he arrived at Hobart Town in December 1831 with his wife and three-year-old daughter Jane. They went on to Sydney but returned next February. He died in Geelong on New Year's Day 1866
Alexander Compton Thomson Rev Episcopalian clergyman Bourke-street Melbourne , source 1841 Kerr's Almanac transcribed by Lenore Frost
Alexander Thomson Presbyterian resident Subscriber to build school 1 Mar 1839
Alexander Thomson Cardinia Geelong , source 1841 Kerr's Almanac transcribed by Lenore Frost
Alexander Thompson, Jury enpannelled 20 May, p3 - 21 May 1842 Melbourne Times
Alexander Thomson freehold Malop St, Corio Electors in District of Port Phillip source PPH, 6 June 1843
Alexander Thomson on list of supporters of William Lonsdale, Sub-Treasurer source PPH 27 June 1843
Alexander Thomson Portland Monthly list of Depasturing Licenses for 1 to 30 July 1843
Alexander Thomson Western Port District Monthly list of Depasturing Licenses for 1 to 30 July 1843
Alfred T Thomson Letter at the Post Office unclaimed 30 Sep 1843
Alexander Thomson, Insolvent 253, Merchant, Geelong debts 2749 bad debts 2000. Source - Melbourne Weekly Courier 9 Mar 1844
Alexander Thomson No 253, Geelong Merchant, balance in favour of the estate 1 pound. Insolvents7 Mar 1844 , source local newspapers
Alexander Thomson - gave notice of intention to apply to the Commissioner for the allowance of the certificates Insolvency Certificates25 June 1844 , source local newspapers
Alexander Thomson Corio and Malop St Geelong freehold List 10 Sep 1844 of Elector in Port Phillip 1 June 1844 to 31 May 1845
Alexander Thomson pending Certificates of Insolvency granted for News15 Oct 1844 , source local newspapers
Alexander Thompso List No 10, 31 Oct 1844 Unclaimed letters at Melbourne Post Office
Alexander Thomson, insolvent, granted Certificate of Relief. Source - Melbourne Weekly Courier 19 Oct 1844
Alexander Thomson, one of 469 voters who qualified by Household in Malop St Geelong Electors List District of Bourke. Source - Melbourne Courier 8 Aug 1845
Alexander Thomson, Licensed to depasture stock at County of Grant Sept 1845. Source - Melbourne Courier 3 Nov 1845
Alexander Thompson - Thomson and Agnes christened Grace 1845 Owned Property Barwon River 1 mile from Geelong - Freehold Property
Alexander Thomson Correspondence Portland Bay Grange Burn no 1 11 Transferred from Skene & Dinwoodie
Alexander Thompson Correspondence sold Portland Bay Lower Crawford to Anderson Bros
Alexander Thomson settler Fardinea Barwon River , Source - 1847 Directory
Alfred Thomson 2 Jan 1844 unclaimed letter at Geelong post office
Alice Thompson, 20 single female House servant Prot both Cork arrived 17 Feb 1842 from London and Cork on the Thetis
Andrew Thomson/ Thompson Cabin passenger arrived 18 Sep 1839 from Leith on the Caledonia
Andrew Thompson 28, Farmer, from North Berwick, Prot, reads, came Nov 1839 on the Palmyra
Andrew Thomson, Port Phillip Herald 13 Dec 1842 Page 2 standing for office of Town Surveyor
Andrew Thomson List No 10, 31 Oct 1844 Unclaimed letters at Melbourne Post Office
Ann Thompson, arrived at Launceston from Port Phillip on the steamer 'Corsair' 3 Jan 1842 - source Launceston Courier 10 Jan 1842
Ann Thompson / Thomson 25 (single woman 51) Servant RC neither Fermanagh arrived 16 Feb 1844 on the Wallace
Ann Thomson wed Thomas Heywood in 1846 at Roman Catholic St Francis, Melbourne
Anthony Thompson Cabin passenger arrived 6 Dec 1839 from Leith on the St Mango
Aphia Thompson died 1847 aged 25 at Geelong
A Thomson Correspondence Portland Bay Grange No 1 640 acres 15 2
Mr B Thompson sailed 11-Dec 1840 for Sydney on the Rovers Bride
Bridget Thompson Letter at Post-office unclaimed 7 April 1847
Catherine Thomson green grocer Queen street , Source - 1847 Directory
C Thompson, appointed a Committee member to begin the Cricket Club. Source - Port Phillip Herald, 2 Nov 1841
Mr Charles Thomson departed 8 July 1841 from Launceston for Port Phillip on the Scout
Mr Charles Thompson cleared out from Port Phillip 8 Dec 1843 for Launceston arrived 11 Dec Scout
Charles Thompson aged 24 came May 1847 with 338 on the Sir Thomas Arbuthnot
Charlotte Thompson Departed from Hobart on 2 Oct 1839 for Port Phillip on the Sir John franklin
Christiana Thomson wed William Osborne Allan in 1840 at Presbyterian Melbourne & Geelong
Captain Thompson master, listed on the Dumfries arrived 14 Dec 1840
Captain Thompson master arrived Hobart 14 Mar 1841 from Port Phillip on 26 Feb on the Agnes and Elizabeth
Captain Thompson master cleared 15 June for Port Albert in 1841 Jane & Emma
Captain Thompson master arrived 18 Oct 1841 at Hobart from Port Phillip on the Gilbert Jamieson
Daniel Thompson 22 hus (family 24) Bricklayer , Prot both , Cookstown , came 1 May 1840 on the China
Jane Thompson 26 wife of Daniel (family 24) Dairy maid , Prot both , Cookstown , came 1 May 1840 on the China
Daniel Thompson and Jane 26 christened Eliza 1843, Samuel 1845
Daniel Thomson freehold Ashby Village 1 mile from Corio Electors in District of Port Phillip source PPH, 6 June 1843
Daniel Thompson, voted in Geelong to elect two members to sit in Legislative Council. Source - Port Phillip Herald 26 Apr 1844
Daniel Thomson Ashby Village freehold List 10 Sep 1844 of Elector in Port Phillip 1 June 1844 to 31 May 1845
Daniel Thomson Owned Property Marrabool Street Geelong - House & Land
David Thompson, and Jane baptised male Aaron 1842 #1139 and male James at Methodist/Wesleyan Melbourne born at Ashb 1842 #1140
Mr David Thompson Cleared out from Port Phillip 11 May 1843 for Port Fairy and Portland Sally Ann
David Thomson in list of unclaimed letters held at Post Office 30 June 1843
David Laird Thomson Owned Property Gawler Street Portland - House & Land
Dr Thomson, arrived at Launceston from Port Phillip on the steamer 'Corsair' 17 Jan 1842 - source Launceston Courier 24 Jan 1842
Dr Thomson Cleared out from Port Phillip 1 March 1843 to Launceston arrived 3 March and departed 4 March, arrived 9 March at Sydney, Sea Horse
Dr Thomson From Launceston Arrived at Port Phillip 7 April 1843 from Sydney via Launceston on 5 Apr Sea Horse
Dr Thomson Cleared out from Port Phillip 28 July 1843 for Launceston Shamrock
Dr Thomson, had an employee, Clydesdale leave without notice. Source - Geelong Advertiser 28 May 1845
E Deas Thomson, the Colonial Secretary of this colony, In charge Jan 1847
J Deas Thomson brother of the Colonial Secretary of this colony, was reported by Melbourne Courier, 10 Nov 1845, 'whose conviction and sentence to transportation for embezzling the public funds at the Cape of Good Hope, died at George, Cape of Good Hope, on the 5th Aug, 1845
Edward Thomson & Henry Directory 1847 Chahkum Mount Cole
Edward Thompson Letter at Post-office unclaimed 27th February, 1847
Edward Thomson & Henry Thomson in a partnership settlers Chahkum Mount Cole , Source - 1847 Directory
Eliza Thompson 29 (single woman 52) Cook Prot both Co Armagh , came 30 July 1841 on the Westminster
Miss Eliza A Thomson, Cabin For Sydney arrived 2 Dec 1843 on the Midlothian
Eliza Thompson Letters unclaimed at Post-Office, Melbourne 30th April, 1847
Elizabeth Thompson 20 (single woman 56) Housemaid , prot reads , London , came 24 June 1840 on the Andromache
Elizabeth Thompson, 16, House servant, Prot both Derry, arrived 26 Jan 1842 from Greenock on the Robert Benn
Elizabeth Thompson, female wed Oliver William King 1842 #4621 Church Of England St James, Melbourne
Elizabeth Thompson wed John Weaver in 1843 at Presbyterian Melbourne & Geelong
Elizabeth Thompson, Steerage arrived 12 Sep 1843 on the Wilson
Ellen Thomson 23 (single woman 66) Housemaid Prot both Kings Co , came 30 Aug 1841 on the Strathfieldsaye
Miss Ellen Thompson in list of unclaimed letters held at Post Office 31 Jan 1843
Frederick Thompson aged 29 came Sep 1847 with 306 on the Joseph Somes
Mr F Thompson arrived 23 May 1844 from Sydney on 17 May on the Shamrock source local newspapers
G Capt - Thompson came Sep 1847 with 306 Capt on the Joseph Somes
George Thompson 26 (single man 53) Labourer Prot both Scotland , came 1 Mar 1841 on the Argyle
George Thompson, 24 single man m37, Labourer, Prot, both, Derbyshire, arrived 26 Feb 1842 from Plymouth on the Himalaya
George Thomson in list of unclaimed letters held at Post Office 31 Jan 1843
Mr George Thomas Thompson arrived 12 Nov 1844 at Melbourne from Sydney on 17 Oct Wave source local newspapers
George Thompson, departed from Port Phillip for Portland Bay and Port Fairy on the schooner 'Ellen and Elizabeth' 8 Mar 1845 - source Port Phillip Herald 13 March 1845
George Thompson wed Eliza Foley in 1845 at Roman Catholic christened Margaret 1846
Directory 1847 cabinetmaker Collingwood
George Thompson wed Maria Meagher in 1845 at Presbyterian christened Francis James 1846 Letter at Post-office unclaimed 7 April 1847
George Thomson Owned Property Belfast - House & Land
George Thompson - landholder, call to elect new Belfast Road trustees. Source:- Gov Gazette, Page 1841, 7 Aug 1854
George Thompson cabinetmaker Collingwood , Source - 1847 Directory
Gilbert Thomson / Thompson 21 (single man 45) Shepherd Prot both , came 2 Oct 1841 on the Thomas Arbuthnot
Gilbert Thomson in list of unclaimed letters held at Post Office 30 June 1843
Ellen Thomson 23 (66 single woman) Housemaid Prot both Kings Co, came 30 Aug 1841 on the Strathfieldsaye
Helen Thomson wed Anthony Anderson in 1843 at Presbyterian Melbourne & Geelong
Helen Thomson died 1846 Female aged 24 at Melbourne
Henry Thompson shop Collins St Lonsdale Ward 239 voters Voters in the town of Melbourne 1 June 1843 to 1 June 1844 source PPH 16 May 1843
Henry Thompson Shop Elizabeth St Burgess in Lonsdale Ward source PPH 8 Sep 1843
Henry Thompson cleared 22 May 1844 and sailed 23 May from Melbourne for Portland on the Sally Ann source local newspapers
Henry Thompson, departed from Port Phillip for Launceston on the brig 'Henry' 31 Dec 1844 - source Port Phillip Herald 2 Jan 1845
Henry Thompson, No 9, letters at Melbourne Post Office. Source - Melbourne Courier 13 Oct 1845
Henry Thomson Letter at Post-office unclaimed 7 April 1847
Henry Thomson see Thomson Edward & Henry in a partnership settlers Chahkum Mount Cole , Source - 1847 Directory
H Thompson, 26, (Single man 5), Shoemaker Prot both Millford, came 24 Nov 1839 on the William Metcalf
Mr H Thompson cleared 31 Dec 1844 for Launceston arrived 10 Jan on the Henry source local newspapers
Isaac Thompson, Sponsor of Elizabeth May dau of Richard Usher Baptised on 20 June 1841 by Rev Michael Ryan at Roman Catholic St Francis, Melbourne - see my Chapman page for details of this event
Isaac Thompson servants’ registry office Elizabeth-street Melbourne , source 1841 Kerr's Almanac transcribed by Lenore Frost
Isabella Thomson wed John Henry in 1841 at Presbyterian Melbourne & Geelong
J Thomson Convict assigned to is James Cook came 1837 on the Mangles
Dr Thompson / Thomas Arrived Sydney Mon 10 Sep 1838 from Port Phillip on 28 Aug on the Edward
Dr James Thomson Surg Supt (Staff 2) , came 30 Nov 1841 on the Marquis Of Bute
Dr James Thompson Cleared out from Port Phillip 6 March 1843 for Liverpool via Sydney arrived 14 Mar, Munro
Mrs J Thomson/ Thompson Cabin passenger arrived 15 June 1839 from Leith 29 Feb 1839 via The Downs 15 Mar, on the Midlothian
J Thompson, arrived at Port Phillip from Launceston on the brig 'Henry' 23 Apr 1840 - source Port Phillip Herald 24 Apr 1840
Mrs J Thompson sailed 3 Apr 1844 from Launceston for Portland, on the Minerva source local newspapers
Mr J Thompson arrived 3 Apr 1844 at Melbourne from Sydney via Port Albert on the Coquette source local newspapers
Mr J Thompson and wife sailed 30 Oct 1844 from Launceston for Portland Minerva source local newspapers
J Thompson, jury for Supreme Court Thur 15 Feb 1844. Source - Melbourne Weekly Courier 24 Feb 1844
J & G Thomson Correspondence Portland Bay Yarrum 14 Transferred from William Thomson
J B Thomson Page 197 Letters at Office 30th June 1847
J.Campbell Thomson Page 32 letters at Post Office 3 Feb 1847
J Thompson, Cabin arrived 18 Oct 1842 from Greenock Benares
James Thompson Departed from Hobart 2 Mar 1838 for Portland Bay and Calcutta on the Mary
James Thomson Departed from Launceston on 23 Aug 1838 for Port Phillip on the Gem
James Thompson Arrived at Sydney on 29 Oct 1838 from South Australia on 2 Oct and Portland Bay on 25 Oct on the Hope
James Thompson Departed from Hobart on 24 June 1839 for Port Phillip on the Mary Ann
James Thomson wed 4 May 1839 to Ellen Lawler witnesses Mark Coleman and Margaret Fryett by Rev James Forbes Presbyterian
James Thomson Page 32 letters at Post Office 3 Feb 1847
James Thomson Presbyterian resident Subscriber to build school 1 Mar 1839
Mr James Thompson arrived 6 Jan 1840 from Launceston 28 Dec, on the Gem - source Port Phillip Herald 7 Jan 1840
James Thomson Esq. sailed 15-Feb 1840 from Launceston 12 Feb, on the Socrates
James Thomson wed Mary Jane Carr in 1841 at Church of England St James, Melbourne
James Thompson, and Mary Jane baptised Mary Ann at Church Of England St James, Melbourne born at Collingwood 1842 #13035
James Thompson and Mary Jane christened James 1845

From on Thursday, 16 June, 2011

Hi Elizabeth, How do I connect to this couple? Well this is how I got to this point.
First off, a James Joseph Thomson is my Great Grandfather, according to his birth certificate, his parents were a James Thomson and a Mary Hayes.
According to James and Mary’s marriage certificate, 1874 #538, James parents were a James Thomson and a Jane Carr.
Going by their ages and the Melbourne location, the only couple I can find is a James Thomson and a Mary Jane Carr, so I figured it must be them.
I know it is not 100% proof, but I am sure I am on the right track here. Have attached the marriage certificate, but it doesn't say much, unfortunately.
Kind Regards, Jan Murley

Thankyou
James Thomson wed Mary Jane Carr on Monday 29 March 1841, and he is recorded as a Widower, and as he signs his name with a shaky hand, as 'Jans Thomson', it looks like he does not write very much.
Mary Jane Carr has her father's consent to marry, so she appears to be under 21. She also appears unfamiliar with writing, and marks her name with a +. They both appear to be residents of Melbourne, and the wedding was announced by Banns, suggesting they attended church the previous 3 weeks.
The page has 4 weddings solomised by Rev Adan Compton Thomson, the first two were on Sat 27 March, and the 4th on Tue 6 Apr 1841. Easter Sunday was 11 April that year. The first and fourth weddings were by License, which cost more than Banns.
I can not identify either Witness, with this project.
Thankyou for the birth certificate of Sarah, 1861 #6193. She was born on 21 Sep 1860 at Derrimut and registered on 10 May 1861 at Melbourne by her father, who signed J Thomson. He desribed himself as a Farmer, aged 50, born in Sydney, New South Wales, and his wife as Jane formerly Carr, aged 40, and born in County Clare, Ireland. He said they had 9 living children, and ages are not listed - Mary Ann, James, Samuel, Jane ? Joseph, Aleck, Elizabeth, Rebecca
1. Mary Ann Thompson 1842 #13035 - 1924 #12747 aged 80, wed 1869 #1454 to John Minns from Norfolk
2. James Thomson 1845 #14145 Church of England, St James, Melbourne
3. Samuel Thompson 1848 #15788 Church of England, St James, Melbourne
Possible Samuel Thompson 1850 - 1949 #7505 aged 91
4. Jane Thompson 1849 #16437, Church of England, St James, Melbourne
5. Possible Joseph Thomson 1846 - 1924 #3143 aged 78
6. Alexander Thomson 1852 #17775 at Church of England, St James, Melbourne
Possible Alex Thomson wed 1892 #3002 to Mary Ann Brierley
7. Elizabeth Thomson 1858 #1175
8. Rebecca Thomson 1859 - 1941 #7862 aged 81, wed 1892 #1611 to Geo Wm Hale
9. Sarah Thomson 21 Sep 1860
10. Charlotte Thomson 1855 - 1956 #447 aged 91 wed 1895 #720 to Percival Walmsley Brownfield


James Thornon - Thomson 34 hus (family 42) Labourer Prot both Fermanagh came 24 Dec 1841 on the Allan Ker
Cath Thomson 35 wife of James (family 42) came 24 Dec 1841 on the Allan Ker
Cath Thomson 11 dau of James (family 42) came 24 Dec 1841 on the Allan Ker
Noble Thomson 9 son of James (family 42) came 24 Dec 1841 on the Allan Ker
Ann Thomson 7, Hugh Thornson / Thomson 5, William Thomson 3 son of James (family 42) came 24 Dec 1841 on the Allan Ker
James Thomson / Thompson 22 hus (family 34) Joiner Prot both Manchester , came 19 Feb 1841 on the Georgiana
Mary Ann Thomson / Thompson 24 wife of James (family 34) Housemaid Prot both Manchester , came 19 Feb 1841 on the Georgiana
Joseph Thomson / Thompson 2 son of James (family 34) Prot Manchester , came 19 Feb 1841 on the Georgiana
James Thompson 19 (single man, 2nd part 24) Mason Prot both Somerset , came 3 Jun 1841 on the Duchess Of Northumberland
James Thompson 22 (single man 19) Labourer Prot both Lanark , came 22 Oct 1841 on the Catherine Jamieson
James Thomson From Launceston Arrived at Port Phillip 7 April 1843 from Sydney via Launceston on 5 Apr Sea Horse
James Thomson Letters at Post Office Jan 1847
James Thompson Page 197 Letters at Office 30th June 1847
James Thompson farmer Moonee Ponds , Source - 1847 Directory
James Alexander Thompson, male wed Jane Rogers Hyne 1842 #4544 Church Of England St James, Melbourne
James Alexander Thompson and Jane Rogers Hyne christened Emma Jane 1843, Jane 1845 died
James Thompson, arrived at Port Phillip from Launceston on the brig 'Tobago' 18 Feb 1845 - source Port Phillip Herald 20 Feb 1845
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