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I first began this site 16 July 2007, and this revision began 18 Dec 2013 as my 76th birthday present given to you.
The Site is being rebuilt, with two indexes - ships listed per year, and people in alpha order, combining details.

James Twadd cleared out from Port Phillip 19 Sept 1843 for Sydney via Launceston arrived 22 Sep Shamrock
James Twaddle 33 hus of Alice (family 38) Labourer Prot both Antrim, employed by SW Wrede Altona arrived 21 July 1844 from Cork on the Dale Park
Alice Twaddle 33 wife of James (family 38) Prot both Antrim arrived 21 July 1844 from Cork on the Dale Park
James Twaddle 6 son of James (family 38) Prot Antrim arrived 21 July 1844 from Cork on the Dale Park
Mary Twaddle 2 dau of James (family 38) Prot Antrim arrived 21 July 1844 from Cork on the Dale Park
James Twaddle and Alice christened Thomas 1846
Oliver Tweddell List No 8, 31 Aug 1844 Unclaimed letters at Melbourne Post Office
Jane Tweed 20 (on Vic list 3) came 24 Dec 1841 on the Allan Ker
Jenny Tweed, Geelong Post Office has an unclaimed letter. Source - Geelong Advertiser 28 May 1845
George Tweedy 21 hus of Anna (family 37) Labourer Prot neither Yorkshire employed by SW Wrede Altona arrived 21 July 1844 from Cork on the Dale Park
Anna Tweedy 22 wife of George (family 37) Prot Yorkshire arrived 21 July 1844 from Cork on the Dale Park
Mr G Tweedy cleared on 6 Nov 1844 from Melbourne and sailed on 7 Nov for Launceston arrived 8 Nov Shamrock source local newspapers
Mrs Tweedy cleared 15 Jan and sailed 17 Jan 1844 from Melbourne for Port Albert on the Mariner source local newspapers
Richard Tweedy carpenter Collins lane, Source - 1847 Directory
Robert Tweedy 28 (single man 42) Carpenter Prot both Northumberland, came 23 Jul 1841 on the George Fyfe
Robert Sweedy wed Ann Jane Irwin in 1841 at Church of England St James, Melbourne, she also came 23 July 1841 on the George Fyffe, aged 18 (24 single woman) Cook Prot reads Armagh,
Robert Tweedy, and Jane Anne baptised Sophia Jane at Church Of England St James, Melbourne born at Collwood 1842 #13006
christened Esther 1846
Jane Tweedy List No 2, 29 feb 1844 Unclaimed letters at Melbourne Post Office
Robert Tweedy, List 4, 30 Apr 1844 letter at the Melbourne Post Office. Source - Port Phillip Herald 7 May 1844
Robert Tweady, male wed Ellen Heatherman 1842 #35444 Roman Catholic St Francis, Melbourne
Robert Tweedy and Ellen Heatherman christened Frances 1843
Robert Tweedy in list of unclaimed letters held at Post Office 31 Jan 1843
Robert Tweedy List No 4, 30 Apr 1844 Unclaimed letters at Melbourne Post Office
Mr T Twiggs arrived 8 Feb 1841 at Launceston from Portland Bay on the Brazil Packet - source Launceston Courier 15 Feb 1841
Frederick Twiner departing 19 Feb 1841 from Launceston for Portland Bay on the Dusty Miller
Joseph Twist departing 27 Apr 1841 from Launceston for Port Fairy, on the Fox - source Launceston Courier 31 May 1841
Mr J Twiss sailed on 16 Nov 1844 from Launceston for Portland Timbo source local newspapers
George Twitchell 39 paid 2 pounds, served as Constable during voyage hus of Mary (family 28) Labourer Prot both Herfordshire arrived 16 Apr 1844 on the Sea Queen
Mary Twitchell 40 wife of George (family 28) moreover she is childless and deaf both not eligible for Bounty due to age and calling as Straw Platter, arrived 16 Apr 1844 on the Sea Queen
Mr Charles Twogood Cabin arrived 18 Feb 1844 from London and Cork on the Royal Consort
See Toogood here
James Twohy / Twoohey 24 (single man 37) Labourer RC neither Tipperary, came 30 Nov 1841 on the Mary Nixon
Mathew Twohay aged 31 came Sep 1841 with 223 on the Middlesex with Honorah Hall 31, Jno 2 christened Margaret 1842
J Jnr Twomey Correspondence sold Portland Bay Old Stock Yard to Twomey, T (Senior)
James Twomey and Whitehead christened Ellen 1847
John Twomey Correspondence Portland Bay Old Stock Yard See also vol 13 p 94 14 293 Transferred from William Buckley
T (Senior) Twomey Correspondence Portland Bay Old Stock Yard See also vol 14 p 293 13 94 Transferred from J Twomey Jnr
Josiah Twyford in list of unclaimed letters held at Post Office 29 May 1843
Mary Tyan wed John Tighe in 1846 at Roman Catholic St Francis, Melbourne
Senior Mr Tydeman, committed for trial for robbing the residence of Rev James. Source - Melbourne Weekly Courier 10 Aug 1844
James Tydeman house Collingwood Gipps Ward 183 voters Voters in the town of Melbourne 1 June 1843 to 1 June 1844 source PPH 16 May 1843
James Tydeman, teacher in the Scots School committed for trial for robbing the residence of Rev James Forbes. Source - Melbourne Weekly Courier 10 Aug 1844
James William Tydeman wed Mary Dods in 1845 at Church of England
James Tydeman, teacher Independent School, Melbourne 67 pupils. Source - Port Phillip Herald 8 Jan 1846
James Tydeman teacher Collins lane, Source - 1847 Directory
James William Tydeman schoolmaster. Collins lane, Source - 1847 Directory
Js Wm Tidman came Sep 1847 with 306 on the Joseph Somes
Margaret Tydeman, gave evidence in case against father and son named James Tydeman. Found not Guilty. Source - Melbourne Weekly Courier 23 Nov 1844
Margaret Tydeman and John Wollaston christened Edward Wm Wollaston 1847
Mr Tidyman, teacher Presbyterian school has 101 students. Source - Port Phillip Herald 11 Oct 1844
Bridget Tyer, wed John Farrel 1842 #702 Presbyterian Melbourne & Geelong
C J Tyers surveyor Portland Bay, source 1841 Kerr's Almanac transcribed by Lenore Frost
Charles James Tyers dwelling-house Portland Bay Electors, resident within the County of Normandy, in Police District of Portland source PPH 9 May 1843
Charles James Tyers dwelling-house Portland Electors in District of Port Phillip source PPH, 6 June 1843
Charles John Tyers, The Port Phillip Herald Fri 30 June 1843 voted in election 20 June 1843, resident of Portland
Charles James Tyers Commissioners For Taking Affidavits. Gipps Land Gipps Land District,
Mr Tyer sailed 5-Aug 1840 for Sydney on the Bright Planet
Mr Tyers arrived 23-Oct 1840 from Launceston on the Paul Pry
Mr Tyffe ( Steerage) arrived 3 Jun 1841 from London, on the Duchess Of Northumberland
James Tygwin 24 (single man 64) Labourer RC both Tipperary, came 17 July 1841 on the Royal Saxon
James Tyrkin, departed from Launceston for Port Phillip on the steamer 'Seahorse' 22 Feb 1843 - source Launceston Courier 27 Feb 1843
James Tyquin, letter at Geelong Post Office 6 Mar 1844. Source - Geelong Advertiser 6 Mar 1844
Charles Tyler aged 16 came Nov 1846 with 334 on the Maitland Letter at Post-office unclaimed 27th February, 1847
Mr E Tyler arrived 21 Mar 1840 from Launceston on 16 Mar, on the Henry
Mr R Tyler Departed from Hobart on 24 June 1839 for Port Phillip on the Adelaide
William Tyler wed Alice Ames in 1841 at Church of England St James, Melbourne christened Hero Alice 1844, Susan 1844
William Tyler, 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 third hour, 11-noon
William Tyler dwelling-house Williamstown Electors in District of Port Phillip source PPH, 6 June 1843
William Tyler Williamstown dwelling house List 10 Sep 1844 of Elector in Port Phillip 1 June 1844 to 31 May 1845
William Tyler, Licensed to cut timber at County of Bourke July 1845. Source - Melbourne Courier 18 Aug 1845
William Tyler farrier waterman Williams Town, Source - 1847 Directory
Mr Tylford Cleared out from Port Phillip 8 June 1843 for Portland Sally Ann
Mr and Mrs Tyner arrived 1 June 1841 at Hobart from Port Phillip on 28 May, on the Flying Squirrel
James Tyquin 26 Mar 1844 unclaimed letter at Geelong post office
Mr Tyre Departed from Sydney on 12 Sep 1839 for Port Phillip on the Pyramus
Margaret Tyrer wed George Brown in 1844 at Presbyterian Portland
William Tyrey, and Mary baptised female Martha 1842 #33915 and male William 1842 #30586 at Church Of England St Stephens, Portland both born at Pt Fairy
William Tyrer and Mary Connolly christened Sarah 1844

From on Sunday, 22 September 2013
The continued story for Frederick Cook and Robert Cook is told in the letter from Jenny, on the page for the Moysey family - Frederick married Ann Clark nee Moysey, and his brother Robert Cook married Sarah Tryer.


Mr J Tyrkin arrived at Port Phillip 25 Feb 1843 from Launceston on 22 Feb Sea Horse
Margaret Tyro sailed from Launceston 16 Dec 1843 for Port Fairy and Portland Lowestoft
Edward Tyrrell 24 hus (family 19) Labourer Prot both Tipperary, came 30 Nov 1841 on the Mary Nixon
Jane Tyrrell 23 wife of Edward (family 19) House Keeper Prot both Tipperary, came 30 Nov 1841 on the Mary Nixon
Fanny Tyrrell 5 weeks dau of Edward born on board (family 19) Prot Tipperary, came 30 Nov 1841 on the Mary Nixon
Edward Tyrrell House and Shop Little Bourke St Burgess in Gipps Ward source PPH 8 Sep 1843
Edward Tyrrell not on voters list, signed a letter to Robert Robinson Gipps Ward, giving him support, source PPH, 20 Oct 1843
Edward Tyrrell Advertisement - men of Gipps Ward signed letter supporting Mr R Robinson, asking him to stand for upcoming election source PPH 20 Oct 1843
Edward Tyrrell and Jane christened Walter 1843, Elizabeth 1845 died, Sarah Jane 1846 Edward Tyrrell, Burgess for Gipps Ward. Source - Port Phillip Herald 5 Nov 1844
Edward Tyrell shoemaker Richmond, Source - 1847 Directory
Edward Tyrrell, Shop and house Little Bourke St The Port Phillip Herald Fri 8 Sep 1843 Burgess in Gipps Ward
Mary Tyrell in list of unclaimed letters held at Post Office 29 May 1843
Mary Tyrell wed James Mckenna in 1846 at Roman Catholic St Francis, Melbourne
Mr Tyrrell arrived 12 June 1844 at Melbourne from Hobart on 27 May Flying Fish source local newspapers
Thomas Tyrrel 12 Feb 1844 unclaimed letter at Geelong post office
Thomas Tyrrell and Mary Mcdonnell christened Thomas 1845
Mr Tysart sailed 4 Jan 1844 for Sydney and arrived 12 Jan on the Glentanner source local newspapers
Mr J Tysight an immigrant in steerage - cleared 4 Sep 1844 and sailed 5 Sep from Melbourne for Port Adelaide arrived 14 Sep Hawk source local newspapers
Mr Richard Tysson (Cabin 4) came 18 July 1840 on the Theresa, it appears he was then called Henry
Henry Tyssen was the first solicitor in Geelong. He gave notice of his commencement of legal practice on 26 November 1840, as displayed in this original advertisement from the Geelong Advertiser newspaper. States he is 'a Member of all the Courts of law in England'
Mr Tyssen arrived 22 Mar 1841 at Geelong from Melbourne on the Alice
On 12 July 1841 a Meeting held at the office of Henry Tyssen for the purpose of erecting an Episcopalian Church at Geelong. Edward Brown Addis, William Roadknight, Frederick Champion, Henry Tyssen and Nicholas Alexander Fenwick were appointed. Source Diary.
H Tyssen, 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
Henry Tyssen solicitor North Corio Geelong, source 1841 Kerr's Almanac transcribed by Lenore Frost
Henry Tysson, solictor, died yesterday, recently entered partnership with Mr Sladen from England Source - "Geelong Advertiser" 7 Mar 1842, died from dysentery in 1842 at the age of 29, only 16 months after setting up business
Henry Tyssen, died 29 male Geelong 1842 #271 Presbyterian Melbourne & Geelong
John Tyson sailed on 16 Nov 1844 from Launceston for Portland Timbo source local newspapers
Thomas Tyson 24 (single man 16) Labourer Prot reads Cumbaland, came 12 Apr 1841 on the Argyle
W Tyson Letter at Post-office unclaimed 27th February, 1847
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