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James Weddell List No 2, 29 feb 1844 Unclaimed letters at Melbourne Post Office
William Weddall, arrived from Sydney on the Barque 'Indemnity' as Steerage Passenger on 7 Jan 1840 and wife. Source - Port Phillip Herald 10 Jan 1840
William Wadel in list of unclaimed letters held at Post Office 29 May 1843
William Waddell - Weddell and Agnes christened Jane 1847
Thomas Wide / Wede 23 hus (family 28) Joiner, Prot both, Nottingham, came 1 May 1840 on the China
Maria Wide / Wede 23 wife of Thomas (family 28) Dairy maid, Prot both, Nottingham, came 1 May 1840 on the China
Charles Wedge arrived 1836 and established 14 acres garden. Agent for Messrs Simpson, JH Wedge, and FD Wedge
Mr C Wedge departed from Launceston 6 Sep 1837 for Port Philipon the Enterprise
Charles Wedge, freehold, Parish Kalkallo 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
Charles Wedge, to support building of one church in Mount Macedon and supporting it while they live in the area. Source - Port Phillip Herald 3 May 1844
Charles Wedge, one of 469 voters who qualified by Freehold in Parish Kalkallo Electors List District of Bourke. Source - Melbourne Courier 8 Aug 1845
Charles Wedge Page 32 letters at Post Office 3 Feb 1847 Directory 1847 farmer Woodstock Letters at Post Office Jan 1847
Charles Wedge Owned Property Parish of Kalkallo - Freehold Property
Charles Wedge River Grange Portland Bay, source 1841 Kerr's Almanac transcribed by Lenore Frost
Charles Wedge freehold Parish Kalkallo Electors in District of Port Phillip source PPH, 6 June 1843
Charles Wedge arrived at Port Phillip 26 Sept 1843 from Launceston on 19 Sep Tamar
Mr Charles Wedge arrived 15 Mar 1844 at Melbourne from Launceston on 6 Mar 1844, on the Henry, source local newspapers
Mr Charles Wedge cleared 11 Apr from Melbourne for Launceston arrived 15 Apr on the Tamar, source local newspapers
Charles Wedge Parish of Kalkallo freehold List 10 Sep 1844 of Elector in Port Phillip 1 June 1844 to 31 May 1845
Charles Wedge County of Bourke License to depasture stock, for month of Sept 1844
Charles Wedge farmer Woodstock Merri Creek, Source - 1847 Directory
Mr E Wedge sailed 29 Feb 1844 for Port Phillip and arrived 8 Mar 1844 at Melbourne from Launceston, on the Tamar, source local newspapers
ED Wedge, List 5, 31 May 1844 letter at the Melbourne Post Office. Source - Port Phillip Herald 4 June 1844
E D Wedge Letter at Post-office unclaimed 7 April 1847
Henry Wedge River Grange Portland Bay, source 1841 Kerr's Almanac transcribed by Lenore Frost
John Helder Wedge 27 May 1835 Government Surveyor Launceston; Members of the Port Phillip Association
John Helder Wedge 7 Aug 1835 arrived aboard the Rebecca with Mr and Mrs Batman
John Helder Wedge has 2 Deeds of Grant received by Sub-Treasury, and ready for delivery upon payment of the regulated fees, source Melbourne Times, 18 March 1843, page 3, Government Notices
John Helder Wedge (1793 – 22 November 1872) surveyor and explorer, was one of the first to bring over sheep from Tasmania, to his station at Werribee about 1837. John and his brother Edward to migrate to Van Diemen's Land in 1824 in the Heroine. Yarra River (37° 50’ S, 144° 54’ E) – named by John Helder Wedge, a surveyor from Tasmania, in 1835 when he asked a native boy the name and was told “Yarra Yarra”, which is said to mean “always-flowing water” (Blake 1977). Barwon Heads (Barwon, formerly Burwan, River) (38° 17’ S, 144° 30’ E) – named by surveyor John Wedge in 1835 from the Aboriginal term burwan, meaning wide and deep water (Saxton 1907).
John Wedge, No 9, letters at Melbourne Post Office. Source - Melbourne Courier 13 Oct 1845
John Wedge - Wedge Letters at Post Office Jan 1847
Mr Wedge sailed from Hobart 17 Feb 1836 for Port Phillip on the John Dunscombe
Mr Wedge departed from Launceston on 8 Aug 1838 for Port Phillip on the Henry
Mr Wedge departed from Launceston on 27 Oct 1838 for Port Phillip on the Henry
Mr Wedge departed from Launceston on 27 Oct 1838 for Port Phillip on the Francis
Mr Wedge and Mr Wedge junior arrived at Launceston on 9 Feb 1839 from Port Phillip, the brig on the Henry
Mr Wedge sailed 22 Feb 1840 for Launceston on the Tamar
Mr Wedge Geelong departed 12 Jan 1841 for Hobart town on the Lillias
Mr Wedges Arrived 22 Jan 1841 at Launceston from Port Phillip on the Industry
Mr Wedges departed 28 Jan 1841 from Launceston for Port Phillip and South Australia on the Minerva
Mr Wedge Geelong departed 12 Jan 1841 for Hobart town on the Lillias
Mr Wedge Melbourne arrived Port Phillip 26 Jun 1841 Corsair from Launceston on the Corsair
Mr Wedge departed 23 Sep 1841 from Launceston for Port Phillip on the Tamar
Mr Wedge Arrived at Port Phillip 16 March 1843 from Launceston on 8 Mar, Tamar
Mr Wedge cleared out from Port Phillip 17 August 1843 for Launceston arrived 29 Aug, Tamar
Mr Wedge and Mr JS Wedge cleared out from Port Phillip 26 August 1843 for Launceston arrived 29 Aug Shamrock
shared Wedge Simpson and Powlett Depasturing Licence for Portland Bay, from 1 to 30 Sept 1843
Mr Wedge arrived at Port Phillip 5 Oct 1843 from Launceston on 20 Sep Scout
Mr and Mrs Wedge with Mr E Wedge, Mr T Wedge and the Misses Wedge sailed from Launceston 11 Dec for Port Phillip, Tamar
Mr Wedge arrived at Port Phillip 18 Dec 1843 from Launceston 14 Dec Scout
Mr Wedge sailed 13 Jan for Launceston. in 1841 Industry,
Mr Wedge cleared 25 Jan 1844 from Melbourne for Launceston on the Tamar, source local newspapers
Richard Wedge River Grange Portland Bay, source 1841 Kerr's Almanac transcribed by Lenore Frost
Richard Wedge, freehold, Parish Kalkallo 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
Richard Wedge List No 7, 31 July 1844 Unclaimed letters at Melbourne Post Office
Richard Wedge Parish of Kalkallo freehold List 10 Sep 1844 of Elector in Port Phillip 1 June 1844 to 31 May 1845
Richard Wedge Portland Bay District License to depasture stock, for month of Sept 1844
Richard Wedge, one of 469 voters who qualified by Freehold in Parish Kalkallo Electors List District of Bourke. Source - Melbourne Courier 8 Aug 1845
Richard Wedge, Licensed to depasture stock at County of Bourke August 1845. Source - Melbourne Courier 29 Sep 1845
Richard Wedge Owned Property Correspondence Portland no 301 PPEA 10/262 Wieraby River County Bourke
Richard Wedge settlers Wieraby River County Bourke, Source - 1847 Directory
Mr W Wedge departed from Launceston 9 Feb 1836 for Port Phillip and the Mauritius, on the Maria
Wedge (Brothers) River Grange Partnership Portland Bay, source 1841 Kerr's Almanac transcribed by Lenore Frost
Wedge & County in a partnership settlers River Exe, Source - 1847 Directory
Joseph Weeding, The Port Phillip Herald Tue 7 Nov 1843 owed 12 pounds rent by William Sharpe
Mr CJ Weedon sent 6 kegs butter arrived at Launceston 23 Oct 1843 from Portland and Port Fairy, Minerva
Mr CJ Weedon 60 cheeses for him left Launceston 28 Oct with arrived at Launceston 30 Nov 1843 from Portland Essington
Mr JC Weedon sailed from Launceston 2 Dec 1843 for Portland Minerva
Mr Weedon has cargo includes 500 sheep, 3 cases soap arrived 9 Jan 1844 at Launceston from Port Phillip on the Shamrock, source local newspapers
Mr Weedon, is departing for London on the Abberton - source Port Phillip Herald 7 Jan 1845
Thomas Weekley house Bourke Lane Gipps Ward 183 voters Voters in the town of Melbourne 1 June 1843 to 1 June 1844 source PPH 16 May 1843
Thomas Weekley Shop Bourke St Burgess in Bourke Ward source PPH 8 Sep 1843
Thomas Weekley and Honora christened William Thomas 1843, James 1845
Honora Weekly, Sponsor of Teresa dau of Thomas Monaghan Baptised on 23 Dec 1844 by Rev PB Geoghegan at Roman Catholic St Francis, Melbourne - see my Chapman page for details of this event
Christy Weeks 23 hus of Mary (family 45) Labourer Prot both Cornwall arrived 16 Apr 1844 on the Sea Queen
Mary Weeks 27 wife of Christy (family 45) arrived 16 Apr 1844 on the Sea Queen
John Weeks 0 born on board son of Christy (family 45) arrived 16 Apr 1844 on the Sea Queen
Christopher Weeks and Mary christened John 1844, James 1847
Mr J Weeks at Melbourne arrived 27 Apr 1841 from Hobart town on 20 Apr on the Isabella
Robert Weeks Western Port District Monthly list of Depasturing Licenses for 1 to 30 July1843
William Weeks 24 hus of Grace (family 46) Labourer Prot both Cornwall arrived 16 Apr 1844 on the Sea Queen
Grace Weeks 28 wife of William (family 46) arrived 16 Apr 1844 on the Sea Queen
Ellen Weeks 2 dau of William (family 46) arrived 16 Apr 1844 on the Sea Queen
William Weeks and Grace christened Mary Ann 1845, Elizabeth 1847
William Weeks, No 6, letters at Melbourne Post Office. Source - Melbourne Courier 4 July 1845
William Weeks, a Burgess in Lonsdale Ward voted for George Annand but John Joseph Fawkner won the seat. Source - Port Phillip Herald 12 Aug 1845
William Weeks - Weeks Page 32 letters at Post Office 3 Feb 1847
William Robt Ho Weekes and Caroline Jane christened John Robert Doyne 1846, Mary Jessie 1846
WRH Weeks, Licensed to depasture stock at County of Bourke Sept 1845. Source - Melbourne Courier 3 Nov 1845
W.R.H Weeks shopkeeper Mararabool street Geelong, Source - 1847 Directory
Rt Hon William Weeks County of Bourke License to depasture stock, for month of Sept 1844
Mr F Weagan/Wegan (Cabin) arrived at Sydney 10 March 1841 from Melbourne on the Nimrod
Frederick Wegan has 2 Deeds of Grant received by Sub-Treasury, and ready for delivery upon payment of the regulated fees, source Melbourne Times, 18 March 1843, page 3, Government Notices
George S. Wegg Horne Attorneys, Solicitors, And Proctors.
John Weils wed Mary Oshea in 1843 at Roman Catholic Melbourne & Geelong
Annie Weir, female wed James Jones 1842 #4542 Church Of England St James, Melbourne
Colin Weir sailed from Launceston 9 Jan 1837 for Port Phillip on the Hetty
David Weir 28 Farmer came single, Jan 1839 on the Hope was employed Jan 1839 by WFA Rucker of Melb
David Weir wed Elizabeth Doran in 1841 at Presbyterian Melbourne & Geelong
David Weir in list of unclaimed letters held at Post Office 29 May 1843
David Hamilton Weir, Gipps Land granted Annual License. Source - Melbourne Weekly Courier 27 April 1844
David Weir cleared 7 May 1844 and sailed 9 May from Melbourne for Port Albert on the Lucy, source local newspapers
John Weir 19 (single man 22) Shepherd Prot both Edinburgh, came 26 Jul 1841 on the William Abrams
John Weire Source LE - Arrived at Launceston 20 March 1838 from Port Phillip, Industry
John Weir List No 12, 31 Dec 1844 Unclaimed letters at Melbourne Post Office
Lieut Weir Departed from Launceston on 29 Apr 1839 for Port Phillip on the Tamar
Lieut Weir Arrived at Sydney 3 June 1839 from Port Phillip on 24 May on the Paul Pye
Mrs Weir Arrived at Hobart on 20 Feb 1839 from Port Phillip on 14 Feb, on the Agnes
Mr Weir sailed 11 Jan 1843 from Launceston for Port Phillip Scout
Mr Weire departed Launceston 24 Jan 1843 for Sydney Seahorse
Mr and Mrs Welby, and child cleared for London 26 June 1845 on the 'Caledonia'. Source - Port Phillip Herald 10 Jul 1845
James Welbore aged 20 came Nov 1846 with 334 on the Maitland
Captain Wildredge/Weldrige cleared on 6 Nov 1844 from Melbourne and sailed on 7 Nov for Launceston arrived 8 Nov Shamrock, source local newspapers
Mary Anne Wilford / Welford 20 (single woman 54) Housemaid, Prot both, London, came 22 Jan 1840 on the John Bull
Mr Welland departed 19 Apr 1841 from Melbourne on the Abeona
William Weillard, one of 469 voters who qualified by Freehold in Barwon Terrace Geelong Electors List District of Bourke. Source - Melbourne Courier 8 Aug 1845
Ann Weldon Letter at Post-office unclaimed 27th February, 1847
Georgiana Weldon wed Charles Jary in 1847 at Church of England Christ Church, Geelong
William Weldon Page 153 letters atPost Office 31st May 1847
Mr and Mrs Welding arrived at Sydney on 12 Aug 1838 from Port Phillip on the Kate
Emanuel Wellard house Lonsdale St Bourke Ward 212 voters Voters in the town of Melbourne 1 June 1843 to 1 June 1844 source PPH 16 May 1843
Emanuel Wellard House Lonsdale St Burgess in Bourke Ward source PPH 8 Sep 1843
Emanuel Wellard & T Wellard in a partnership builders Lonsdale street, Source - 1847 Directory
Joseph Wellard wed Susannah Tulk in 1846 at Methodist / Wesleyan Melbourne
Mr Weller departed 19 Mar 1841 from Launceston for Port Phillip on the Tamar
Thomas Wellard, and Anne Mary baptised female Sarah Ann at Methodist/Wesleyan Melbourne born at Melbourne 1842 #1125
Thomas Wellard house Lonsdale St Bourke Ward 212 voters Voters in the town of Melbourne 1 June 1843 to 1 June 1844 source PPH 16 May 1843
Thomas Wellard Shop Lonsdale St Burgess in Bourke Ward source PPH 8 Sep 1843
Thomas Wellard, Shop Lonsdale St The Port Phillip Herald Fri 8 Sep 1843 Burgess in Burke Ward
Thomas Wellard and Anne Mary christened Silas 1845, Joseph 1847
Thomas Wellard, did not answer when called upon for duty as Special Constable, by His Worship the Mayor 21 Oct 1845 72 enrolled, all publicans exempted. Source - Port Phillip Herald 23 Oct 1845
T Wellard see Wellard Emanuel & Wellard T in a partnership builders Lonsdale street, Source - 1847 Directory
George Wellbank alias of John Cousins, accused of fighting officers who tried to arrest him Source - "Geelong Advertiser" 21 Feb 1842
Captain Weller master arrived at Launceston 19 Jan 1838 from Portland Bay on the Honduras
Edward Weller 27 hus of Emily (family 43) Labourer Prot both Surrey Left at his own resources arrived 22 Sep 1844 from Cork on the Abberton
Emily Weller 22 wife of Edward (family 43) Prot both Surrey arrived 22 Sep 1844 from Cork on the Abberton
Edward Weller and Emily christened James 1845, Frederick 1847
Jane Weller wed John Wise in 1845 at Presbyterian
Mr Weller departed from Sydney 20 Nov 1837 for Portland Bay the ship on the Honduras
Mr Weller departed from Launceston on 4 Dec 1837 for Portland Bay on the Honduras
Mr Weller departed from Hobart on 23 June 1838 for Port Phillip on the Isabella
James Weller departed from Hobart on 24 Sep 1838 for Port Phillip on the Hetty
Mr Weller departed 19 Mar 1841 from Launceston for Port Phillip on the Tamar - source Launceston Courier 22 March 1841
Mr and Mrs Weller arrived at Port Phillip 14 Feb 1841 from Hobart, on the Flying Squirrel
Mrs Weber/Weller and 4 chn cleared out from Port Phillip 22 Sept 1843 for Hobart arrived 4 Oct Lillias
T Weller, jury for Supreme Court Thur 15 Feb 1844. Source - Melbourne Weekly Courier 24 Feb 1844
William Weller 21 (single man 30), Farm labourer Prot neither Sussex, came 24 Dec 1841 on the Alexander
Thomas Wellingale farmer Darabin Creek, Source - 1847 Directory
Caroline Wellington List No 10, 31 Oct 1844 Unclaimed letters at Melbourne Post Office
John Wellington, died 35 male Pentridge 1842 #3738 Church Of England St James, Melbourne
Joseph Welliscroft aged 16 came May 1847 with 338 on the Sir Thomas Arbuthnot
Charles and Mary Wells departed from Hobart on 18 Aug 1838 for Port Phillip on the Yarra Yarra
Mr C Wells arrived 25-Jul 1840 from Hobart on 6 July on the Lady of the Lake - source Port Phillip Herald 28 July 1840
Charles Wells departing 19 Feb 1841 from Launceston for Portland Bay on the Dusty Miller
Charles Wells arrived 18 Oct 1841 at Launceston from Portland Bay on the Hamilton
Henry Wells Convict came 1836 on the Asia assigned to Mr Templeton
Henry Wells, one of 158 convicts transported on the Asia, 25 July 1827. Convicted at Leicester Assizes for a term of life. Place of Arrival: Van Diemen's Land
Henry Wells / Wills 21 hus (family 30) Gardener, Prot both, Devezes, came 24 June 1840 on the Andromache
Hannah Wells / Wills 21 wife of Henry (family 30) Laundress, Prot neither, Devezes, came 24 June 1840 on the Andromache
Henry Wells, and Hannah Hill baptised female Mary at Roman Catholic St Francis, Melbourne born at Melbourne 1842 #36619
Henry Wells and Hannah Hill, parents of Mary Wells born 7 June 1841 and when aged 5 months, was baptised on 7 Nov 1842 by Rev Daniel Macelvey at Roman Catholic St Francis, Melbourne Sponsors are Daniel Clancy and Catherine Clancy - see my Chapman page for this event
Henry Wills and Hannah christened Henry 1843, William Henry 1845, Charles 1846
H.C. Wills Page 32 letters at Post Office 3 Feb 1847
From Genforum, Richard Wells born 1780 died 13 March 1843 who married Martha Cadby. They had a son Henry Cadby Wells born Devizes September 1820. Henry married Hannah Hill Devizes 9th March 1839 by special licence.
from Wells family Henry Cadby Wells wed Hannah Hill in Plymoth, Devon, 1839 and migrated to Australia on the Ship Andromache, arriving in 1840. Various web sites including Wells family -
CHILDREN OF HENRY CADBY WELLS
Polly Wells, born 1840, died 1840 - buried at sea
Mary Louisa (Polly) Wells born Sorrento (Point Nepean) 7th June 1841, died 1926 see David Kelly for her family
Henry Wells 1843 died 1844
Charles Wells born-1846, died 1928
John Wells- born 1847, died 1851-drowned in Plenty River, when family was fleeing from a bush fire
Frank Richard Wells- 1849, died 1938 Septimus Wells 1853 - 1855 aged 20 months Octavius Wells- born 1856, died 1948
Benjamin- born 1858, died 1945 Decimus Wells- born 1861-died 1936 Richard- Born 1863- died 1941
Most are buried in Frankston, Victoria, Australia.
The family stayed in the Frankston area for a while before settling at Sorrento. Here Henry went into the Lime Burning Business with shipmate Robert Rowley. The Well's lived on the Hill overlooking the Bay, on the present site of the Koonya Hotel. Here Hannah gave birth to their second daughter Mary Louisa in 1841. Polly as she was known would be the first European child born in the area to permanent settlers.
Even though Henry kept his interest in the Lime Burning Industry, he moved his family to Richmond and went back to his trade of Boot Making. While living here the family was extended with the birth of Henry 1843, William in 1845, Charles in 1846, John in 1848, followed by Frank in 1850.
Henry Wells shoemaker Kellett's Creek County Bourke, Source - 1847 Directory
In 1851, the family was farming on the Plenty River near Eltham, when the "Black Thursday" Bushfires ravaged the new colony of Victoria. While fleeing the flames, young Jack drowned as the family attempted to cross the Plenty River. The family sought refuge in a cleared area being used to grow potatoes, and covered themselves with wet blankets.
They moved to Melbourne where Henry begun working his trade as a Boot Maker, opening a shop in Bourke Street. Henry had learnt the art of skin tanning and begun making his own top quality boots. With the high demand for boots, this business was highly profitable.
Henry Wells wed Martha Elizabeth Cole in 1843 at Church of England St James, Melbourne christened Henry Gearing 1844, William 1846
Henry Wells in list of unclaimed letters held at Post Office 30 Nov 1843
Henry Wills - Wells and Mary Stevens christened Charles 1842, John 1845, William Henry 1846
Henry Wells List No 6, 30 June 1844 Unclaimed letters at Melbourne Post Office
Henry Wells butcher George street Collingwood, Source - 1847 Directory
Henry Wells carpenter Bourke street, Source - 1847 Directory
Johanna Wells, 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
Mr Wells Departed from Hobart on 24 June 1839 for Port Phillip on the Adelaide
Lady Wells with H and D Murray Arrived at Sydney on 29 Sep from Greenock 11 April, Adelaide on 10 Sep and Port Phillip on 24 Sep on the Adrian
Mary Ann Wells sponsor for Mary Ann Kelly baptised 23 Jul 1839 at St Francis Roman Catholic church
Mr Wells arrived 12-Feb 1840 from Hobart on 5 Feb on the Lillias Source - Port Phillip Herald 14 Feb 1840
Mr Wells arrived 6 Jun 1841 from Hobart town on the Lillias
Mrs Wells cleared 14 Feb 1844 and sailed 15 Feb from Melbourne for Hobart and arrived 27 Feb, on the Flying Fish, source local newspapers
Robert Wells died 1847 Male aged 43 at Pentridge
Robert Wells Page 153 letters atPost Office 31st May 1847
Samuel Pullen Wells wed Mary Ann Crocker in 1841 at Presbyterian Melbourne & Geelong
Thomas Wells, licensed to cut timber County of Grant. Source - Melbourne Weekly Courier 21 Sept 1844
Thomas Wells wed Anne Mcgill in 1845 at Presbyterian
William Wells, and Julia Kelly baptised male George at Roman Catholic St Francis, Melbourne born at Melbourne 1842 #207
Mr W Wells in list of unclaimed letters held at Post Office 31 Jan 1843
William Wells Page 153 letters at Post Office 31st May 1847
William Wells and Mary christened Theodore Philip 1841
William Wells wed Mary Gillies in 1847 at Church of England St James, Melbourne
William Wells wed Olivia Amelia White in 1840 at Church Of England St James, Melbourne
WH Wells, Surveyor's Department, Port Phillip, 1939 Directory of Port Phillip
Mr Webb Wells cleared 29 July 1844 from Melbourne and sailed 30 July, for Launceston arrived 1 July, reached Sydney 7 Aug from Launceston on 4th and Boydtown on 6th Shamrock, source local newspapers
Anne Wellslow, 26 single female House servant Prot both Norfolk arrived 17 Feb 1842 from London and Cork on the Thetis
George Wilsford / Welsford 20 (single man 46) Shoemaker, Prot both, Salisbury, came 22 Jan 1840 on the John Bull
George Welsforth Letter at the Post Office unclaimed 30 Sep 1843
George Welsford wed Mary Anderson in 1847 at Church of England St James, Melbourne
Mary Anne Welford/Wilford, 20, 54 single woman, Housemaid, London, Prot, came Jan 1840 on the John Bull
Mary Ann Welsford wed William Clarke in 1840 at Church Of England St James, Melbourne
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