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Henry Williscroft aged 16 came Sep 1847 with 306 on the Joseph Somes
Three, possibly brothers, were each sentenced to 7 years transportation at the Worcester Assizes on the 27 February 1844. The eldest, Henry, aged 15 at the time he was transported was convicted of stealing a rabbit and a pair of boots. He retrained as a tailor.
The middle boy, Joseph, aged 14 at the time, was convicted of stealing a rabbit. Joseph retrained as a farm labourer after his arrival in Australia. He was a “passenger” on the 621 ton ship 'Thomas Arbuthnot', which was under the command of Captain John Thomson.
The youngest boy, Frederick Williscroft, aged 12 at the time, was convicted of stealing rabbits and boots. He was a “passenger” on the 739 ton ship 'Ratcliffe', which sailed from Spithead on July 19 1848, and arrived in Hobart Town on 11 November 1848, under the command of James Phillipson. She put in to the Isle of Wight where she took on 27 Parkhurst boys who made up part of the cargo of 248 male convicts the 'Ratcliffe' transported to Australia.
Tony Cocks, in a Rootsweb query dated 3 Apr 2009, comments - Henry and Joseph Williscroft, not brothers but related, arrived in Port Phillip within 4 months of each other: Joseph born c1830 in May 1847 and Henry born c1831 in the following September. Their native place was almost certainly Worcester. Joseph immediately obtained employment as a Groom with a Mr. Anderson of Geelong and Henry as a General Servant to a George Faithful of The Ovens. Then they vanish!!
Can anyone help with any possible "sightings" from 1847 onwards, please. I shall be extremely grateful, as will the Queensland descendants of another relative Frederick Williscroft who went to Tasmania in 1848.
John Willix departed from Hobart 2 Mar 1838 for Portland Bay and Calcutta on the Mary
John Willmett wed Emma Eliza Bowman in 1843 at Church of England St James, Melbourne christened Fanny Elizabeth 1844, John William 1845
J Willmett on list of Geelong supporters of William Lonsdale, Sub-Treasurer source PPH- 27 June 1843
John Willoughby Western Port District Monthly list of Depasturing Licenses for 1 to 30 July 1843 source PPH - 15 Aug 1843
John Willmett Esq List No 1, 31 Jan 1844 Unclaimed letters at Melbourne Post Office
John Willmett, granted depasturing license for Murray, for Jan 1844. Source - Port Phillip Herald 13 Feb 1844
Mr and Mrs Willmett and dau cleared 15 June 1844 and sailed 16 June from Melbourne for Sydney arrived 21 June Abercombie , source local newspapers
Mr and Mrs Willmott and child arrived 6 Aug 1844 at Melbourne from Sydney 24 July Christina , source local newspapers
Mr and Mrs Willoughby with child and servant Departed from Sydney on 16 Nov 1839 for Port Phillip on the Jewess
Mrs Willoughby sailed 1 Apr 1844 for Launceston arrived 9 Apr on the Scout , source local newspapers
Mrs Willoughby arrived 24 Apr 1844 at Melbourne from Launceston on 16 Apr on the Scout , source local newspapers
Mr Willoughby, as reported Page 2, Tuesday, May 5, 1846, The Port Phillip Herald, was seen 'by the blacks, who were encamped in the neighbourhood' to leave his house, followed by his boy, but before he got many hundred yards the child was sent back. Instead he vanished, and several days later was discovered dead at a black encampment, reported to have refused to eat the victuals offered and died of hunger.
William Willoughby 30 (Steerage 4) Sailmaker, came 10 July 1840 on the Coromandel
William Willoby, and Grace baptised Joseph John 1841, Isabella Maria at Church Of England St James, Melbourne born at Melb 1842 #13071
William Willoby and Grace christened Lucy 1844, Madeline 1846, George Barnes 1847
William Willoughby, Jury enpannelled 11 May, p3 - 21 May 1842 Melbourne Times
Wiliam Willoughby house William St Lonsdale Ward 239 voters Voters in the town of Melbourne 1 June 1843 to 1 June 1844 source PPH 16 May 1843
William Willoughby, House Market Square The Port Phillip Herald Fri 8 Sep 1843 Burgess in Lonsdale Ward
William Willoughby wed Eliza Batman in 1841 at Church of England St James, Melbourne
William Willoughby, to make list of Burgess in Gipps Ward jury for Supreme Court Tue 20 Aug 1844. Source - Melbourne Weekly Courier 24 Aug 1844
William Wiloby, Western Port District depasturing license for 1-30 Sept 1844. Source - Port Phillip Herald 15 Nov 1844
William Willoughby, a Burgess in Lonsdale Ward voted for John Joseph Fawkner who won the seat. Source - Port Phillip Herald 12 Aug 1845
William Willoby, No 9, letters at Melbourne Post Office. Source - Melbourne Courier 13 Oct 1845
William Willouby, Licensed to depasture stock at Western Port District Sept 1845. Source - Melbourne Courier 3 Nov 1845
William Willoby settler Longwarren Western Port, Source - 1847 Directory
Willoughby see Crockett and Willoughby Partnership, source 1841 Kerr's Almanac transcribed by Lenore Frost
William Willoughby agent Collins street, Source - 1847 Directory
Willoughby see Thomson & Willoughby in a partnership settlers Cape Schanck, Source - 1847 Directory
George Willsmore 25 (Steerage 3) Baker came 10 July 1840 on the Coromandel
Mr Willsmore - (Cabin) came 13 Dec 1840 on the Orient
George Willsmore wed 1844 to Ellen Hannon,
T L Willsmore Bunninyong Creek Geelong, source 1841 Kerr's Almanac transcribed by Lenore Frost
Dr Wilmore arrived 7 May 1841 at Launceston from Port Phillip, on the Lowestoft
Dr Wilmot Coroner PP Melbourne subscribed in advance to Arden's Colonial Magazine source PPH - 15 Sep 1843
Mr FY Wilmore Esq departed 25 Feb 1841 from Launceston for Portland Bay on the Minerva
Mr FE Wilmore Esq arrived 7 May 1841 at Launceston from Port Phillip, on the Lowestoft
Mr TY Wilmore Esq departed 13 Sep 1841 from Launceston for Portland Bay on the Minerva
Mr Wilmore Esq arrived 21 Oct 1841 at Launceston from Portland Bay on the Minerva
Anna Wilmot 15 dau of George (single woman 28) Housemaid Manchester, came 19 Feb 1841 on the Georgiana
George Wilmot 36 hus used improper language (family 39) Farmer Prot both Manchester, came 19 Feb 1841 on the Georgiana
Elizabeth Wilmot 37 wife of George (family 39) Prot both Manchester, came 19 Feb 1841 on the Georgiana
Robert Wilmot 11 son, Emma Wilmot 9, Georgiana Wilmot 7, Elizabeth Wilmot 5 daus and William Wilmot 2 son of George (family 39) Prot Manchester, came 19 Feb 1841 on the Georgiana
George Wilmot and Elizabeth christened George Clarke 1844
George Wilmot in list of unclaimed letters held at Post Office 31 Jan 1843 source PPH - 31 Jan 1843
George Wilmot freehold Swanson St Gipps Ward 183 voters Voters in the town of Melbourne 1 June 1843 to 1 June 1844 source PPH 16 May 1843
G Wilmott, arrived from Liverpool 4 Aug 1842 on the Westbrook
G Wilmot, Crew Emigrants Cook arrived 21 July 1844 from London and Cork on the Dale Park
George Wilmot, Burgess for Gipps Ward. Source - Port Phillip Herald 5 Nov 1844
George Wilmott, Insolvent 279, Plumber Melbourne debts 155 deficiency 139. Source - Melbourne Weekly Courier 23 Nov 1844
Henry Wilmot sailed 24-Jun 1840 for Sydney on the Jewess
J Willmett, Tue 27 Jun 1843 Geelong resident signed supporting William Lonsdale
The Port Phillip Herald Tue, 9 May 1843 (Think he is Samuel) Strong arrived on same ship May 1842 (could be Hopkinson, where 3 in Steerage are not named), and resides with Mr Wilmet, purchased cattle from Rev Bolden - who substituted old animals (John and Emma Willmett were at Broken River in 1844)
Joseph Wilmot Page 153 letters at Post Office 31st May 1847
Michael Wilmott wed 28 May 1838 to Mary Carney witnesses Anna Tims and Thomas Lowsby by Rev James Clow Presbyterian
Dr WB Wilmot - hus (Cabin 22), arrived 10 July 1840 on the Coromandel
Mrs Wilmot - wife of WB (Cabin 23), arrived 10 July 1840 on the Coromandel
Julia Wilmot 6, Maria Wilmot 5, Emily Wilmot 4, Fanny Wilmot 2 and William Wilmot 1 son of WB (Cabin 28), arrived 10 July 1840 on the Coromandel
William Bryan Wilmot, and Matilda baptised Ellen Georgiana 1841-5 died, Alfred Edward at Church Of England St James, Melbourne born at Melb 1842 #13021
William Byam Wilmot and Matilda christened Vivian 1844, Lucy Marianne 1846
Dr Wilmot arrived 16 Sep 1840 on the Jewess
Dr Wilmore arrived 7 May 1841 at Launceston from Port Phillip, on the Lowestoft
Dr Wilmot, 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
Wilmot and Baylie Partnership chemists and druggists Collins-street Melbourne, source 1841 Kerr's Almanac transcribed by Lenore Frost
William B Wilmot MD Little Flinders-street Melbourne, source 1841 Kerr's Almanac transcribed by Lenore Frost
Dr Wilsmore arrived 5 May at Launceston from Portland, in 1841 Lowestoft
Dr Wilmore arrived 7 May 1841 at Launceston from Port Phillip, on the Lowestoft - source Launceston Courier 10 May 1841
WB Wilmet, Melbourne Times 10 Sep 1842 Page 3 Assessor for La Trobe Ward Melbourne Municipal Corporation
WB Wilmt, The Port Phillip Herald Tuesday, 3 Jan 1843 signed public notice supporting John Stephen to be a Councillor for the La Trobe Ward
Wilmot Subscriber for the Organ at the Episcopal Church source PPH- 28 Mar 1843
William B Wilmot freehold Flinders Lane LaTrobe Ward 225 voters Voters in the town of Melbourne 1 June 1843 to 1 June 1844 source PPH 16 May 1843
William Brom Wilmot House Flinders Lane Burgess in LaTrobe Ward source PPH- 8 Sep 1843
William Byam Wilmot, House Flinders Lane The Port Phillip Herald Fri 8 Sep 1843 Burgess in La Trobe Ward
WB Wilmot, Esq. MD Committee for 1844 officeholder, Mechanic's Institute. Source - Melbourne Weekly Courier 27 Jan 1844
William Byam Wilmot, MD gave a lecture on the Eye also appointed a Magistrate. Source - Melbourne Weekly Courier 30 Mar 1844
William Bryan Wilmot, of Melbourne appointed Magistrate of the Territory. Source - Port Phillip Herald 9 Apr 1844
Dr Wilmot held inquest on Saturday about murdered James Noble News 10 Jun 1844, source local newspapers
Dr Wilmot signed an encouraging letter printed 28 Sep 1844 for Rev Peter Gunn News 28 Sep 1844, source local newspapers
William Byam Wilmot, MD Melbourne has submitted his testimonial of qualification as Medical Witness at Inquests is a 'Legally qualified Medical Practicioner'. Source - Melbourne Weekly Courier 31 Jan 1845
WB Wilmot MD, JP, President of the Port Phillip Academical Institution for year starting 1 Aug 1845. Source - Port Phillip Herald 12 Aug 1845
William Byam Wilmot, one of 469 voters who qualified by Freehold in Brighton Electors List District of Bourke. Source - Melbourne Courier 8 Aug 1845
William Byam Wilmot M.D., J.P. coroner Brighton, Source - 1847 Directory
William Byam Wilmot Savings' Bank Trustees - Owned Property Brighton - Freehold Property
William Byam Wilmot wife died 1854, returned to UK 1854 per 'Medway', remarried 1855, returned to Victoria Oct 1855 on 'Ben Nevis' then to UK 1857 via 'Northumberland'
Hannah Wilnee 22 (Steerage) came 15 Jan 1841 on the Fergusson
John Wiloughby Depasturing Licence for Western Port, from 31 July 1843 source PPH
G Wilmot - Crew 22 arrived 21 July 1844 from Cork on the Dale Park
Joseph Willscroft adult came May 1847 with 338 on the Sir Thomas Arbuthnot
Mr Willsmore Cabin Passengers arrived 13 Dec 1840 from London on the Orient
EW Wilmore Esq. departed from Launceston for Portland Bay on the schooner 'Minerva'' 25 Mar 1841 - source Launceston Courier 29 March 1841
Mr FE Wilmore Esq arrived 7 May 1841 at Launceston from Port Phillip, on the Lowestoft - source Launceston Courier 10 May 1841
Mr FY Wilmore Esq departed 25 Mar 1841 from Launceston for Portland Bay on the Minerva - source Launceston Courier 29 March 1841
George Willsmore 25, 5 Steerage Baker came Jul 1840 on the Coromandel
His brother Thomas Wilsmore came Dec 1840 on the Orient - listed as Mr
George Wilsmore and Ellen Hannon christened Cecilia Catherine 1845
Mr G Wilsmore in list of unclaimed letters held at Post Office 31 Jan 1843 source PPH - 31 Jan 1843
G Wilsmore Subscriber for the Organ at the Episcopal Church source PPH- 28 Mar 1843
George Wilsmore freehold Williamstown Electors in District of Port Phillip source PPH, 6 June 1843
G Willsmore, second jury for Supreme Court Mon 18 Nov 1844. Source - Melbourne Weekly Courier 23 Nov 1844
George Wilsmore, voted 12-1pm Melbourne to elect two members to sit in Legislative Council. Source - Port Phillip Herald 26 Apr 1844
George Wilsmore, freehold, Williams Town The Port Phillip Herald Fri, 26 May 1843 District of Port Phillip Electoral List of 291 names
George Wilsmore List No 3, 31 Mar 1844 Unclaimed letters at Melbourne Post Office
George Willsmore Melbourne District 23 Apr 1844 voted 12-1 pm election of Representatives for Legislative Council
George Willsmore Williamstown freehold List 10 Sep 1844 of Elector in Port Phillip 1 June 1844 to 31 May 1845
George Wilsmore, wed Ellen Hannon in 1844 at Roman Catholic St Francis Melbourne christened Sicilia Cath 1845, Robert George 1846 baker Esplanade Williams Town
George Wilsmore, one of 469 voters who qualified by Freehold in Williamstown Electors List District of Bourke. Source - Melbourne Courier 8 Aug 1845
George Wilsmore baker Esplanade Williams Town, Source - 1847 Directory
Joseph Willsmore, County of Bourke depasturing license for 1-30 Sept 1844. Source - Port Phillip Herald 15 Nov 1844
Thomas Wilsmore came Dec 1840 on the Orient - listed as Mr
His brother George Willsmore had arrived Jul 1840 on the Coromandel
Mr TY Wilmore Esq departed 13 Sep 1841 from Launceston for Portland Bay on the Minerva - source Launceston Courier 20 Sep 1841
Mr Wilmore Esq arrived 21 Oct 1841 at Launceston from Portland Bay on the Minerva
Thomas Wilsmore, freehold, Williams Town 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
Thomas Wilsmore freehold Williamstown Electors in District of Port Phillip source PPH, 6 June 1843
Thomas Wilsmore Western Port District Monthly list of Depasturing Licenses for 1 to 30 July 1843 source PPH - 15 Aug 1843
Thomas Wilsmore List No 4, 30 Apr 1844 Unclaimed letters at Melbourne Post Office
Thomas Willsmore Williamstown freehold List 10 Sep 1844 of Elector in Port Phillip 1 June 1844 to 31 May 1845
Thomas Willsmore County of Bourke License to depasture stock, for month of Sept 1844
Thomas Willsmore, County of Bourke depasturing license for 1-30 Sept 1844. Source - Port Phillip Herald 15 Nov 1844
Thomas Wilsmore, No 6, letters at Melbourne Post Office. Source - Melbourne Courier 4 July 1845
Thomas Wilsmore, one of 469 voters who qualified by Freehold in Williamstown Electors List District of Bourke. Source - Melbourne Courier 8 Aug 1845
Thomas Wilsmore Letters at Post Office Jan 1847
Thomas Wilsmore butcher Williams Town, Source - 1847 Directory

from on Thursday, 12 July 2013
I have just obtained from the Library of Western Australia in Perth, a manuscript "Diary of a Journey from England to Australia l840" by Thomas Wilsmore who sailed with Douglas Wales on the "Orient"
I paid the Library of Western Australia to have the diary photocopied and sent to me. There is a mass of copyright rulings I am trying to understand.
Thomas Wilsmore went by coach to Plymouth to embark and sail on 11th August l840.
There appears to have been a mutiny on board the ship in which he played a central part, wresting a knife away from one of the seamen, then ordering them aft to be spoken severely to, also putting some of them in irons.
When they arrived in Port Phillip he goes ashore with Captain Wales to the Court. Several of the seamen who mutinied are handed over to the Australian police.

Thomas Wilsmore who was a partner in a Butcher shop in Williamstown, made several journeys back to England
Thomas Wilsmore wed Apr-Jun 1855 to Emily Penelope Hustler in the district Halstead in the county of Essex
The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Thursday 17 July 1856 - Died on the 10th April, 1856, at Stanstead, Herts, Emily, the beloved wife of Thomas Wilsmore, Esq., of Kororoit Creek and Williamstown, Victoria, Aust
The Melbourne Argus Friday 26 November 1847 records he paid 53 pounds 4 shillings for Lot 4, of 26 acres, 2r and 16f Thomas Wilsmore wed Jul-Sep 1860 to Marianne Maria Norman in district Bethnal Green which spans the boundaries of the counties of Greater London, London and Middlesex;
The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Thursday 2 December 1875
THE Friends of the late Thomas Wilsmore are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment in the Williamstown Cemetery. The funeral is appointed to move from his residence, Kororoit-grange, near Williamstown, this day, at 4 o'clock p.m. Henry Lonsdale, undertaker, Williamstown.
Thomas Wilsmore 1804 - 30 Nov 1875 #15469 aged 71, son of Sarah Green Mortimer and Robert Wilsmore of Suffolk
His Estate worth 20,815/15/- pounds plus personal property value 561/16/8', with Executors John Kennedy Freyer (died 1899 #4075 aged 84), and George Burrell both of Williamstown, He left bequests to his wife Mary Ann Maria Willsmore and children, and also to hs brothers George Wilsmore and Harry Wilsmore and sisters Sarah Green wife of Robert James Osborne, Mary Ann wife of Robert Phillips, and Elizabeth wife of William Smith, Elizabeth died 1813 - 1893 #4202 aged 80, at Williamstown. Wm Storm Smith 1842 - 1891 #18511 aged 49, son of Elizth Wilsmore and William Smith of Williamstown William Smith of Williamstown, wed 1878,"136 to Selina Bidstrup born in Kilmore, 1858 #3441 - 1945 #2551 aged 86, was 54 years a widow, died in Hawthorn, Vic, 4 daughters
Thomas and Mart Ann Wilsmore had one child, They had one child, Norman Thomas Mortimer Wilsmore birth registered 23 Jan 1868 #6320 at Williamstown, who studied at the University of Melbourne, B.Sc., 1890; M.Sc., 1893, wed 1894 #1976 to Leonora Jessie Little 1865 #10310, dau of Leonora Smyth wed 1861 #2563 to Dugald Little. Leonore was the first woman science graduate of the University of Melbourne
The Wilsmores spent 3 years in London then 3 years in Gottingen and a year in Zurich, returned to London in 1903. In 1904 Leonora returned to academic work, sattending University College. In 1906 she worked with Professor James Peter Hill, studying a collection of Actinaria (sea anemones) he had brought back from Australia, and she described 4 new species in a paper published in the Linnean Society's Journal in 1909, another 3 species in a second paper published 1911.
In 1913 the family returned to Australia, and Norman Thomas Wilsmore took up the chair as foundation professor of chemistry at the new University of Western Australia which was commencing to establish undergraduate facilities. Professor Wilsmore died on 12 June 1940 at Claremont, Perth, and was cremated. Survived by his wife and son, he is commemorated by the Wilsmore prize for chemistry.
Leonora'w work is recorded on Page 65, by Mary R S Creese in her book "Ladies in the Laboratory III", isbn:0810872897. Published in 1998, this third volume, expands her scope to include the contributions of 19th- and early 20th-century women of South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada. Leonora died 27 May 1945 at Claremont, WA, and established the Norman Thomas Mortimer Wilsmore Fund to support research in pure and applied chemistry by visiting fellows at the University of Melbourne.

Adam Wilson 3 June 1837 with William Wilson and Alfred John Eyre paid 95 pounds
Adam Wilson Cleared out from Port Phillip 20 July 1843 for Launceston arrived 27 July Scout
Mr Alexander Wilson arrived 16 Jul 1840 from Launceston via Sydney on the Industry
Alexander Wilson 26 Mar 1844 unclaimed letter at Geelong post office
Alex & John (brother - Wilsons) Wilson 1844 occupied Woodbourne No. 2 (north of Casterton, 14,000 acres)
Alexander Wilson see Wilson Charles & Alexander in a partnership settlers Wimeira, Source - 1847 Directory
Alexander Wilson wed Marion Christina Mckinnon in 1847 at Presbyterian Melbourne & Geelong Correspondence sold Portland Bay Woodburn to Keid, William James
Alice Wilson wed Thomas Flanagan in 1841 at Roman Catholic St Francis, Melbourne
Andrew Wilson Page 197 Letters at Office
Andrew Wilson fellmonger off Bourke lane, Source - 1847 Directory
Andrew Wilson painter Bourke lane, Source - 1847 Directory
Ann Jane Wilson 16 dau of William (single woman 41) House Maid Prot Both Donegal, came 8 Jun 1841 on the Frankfield
Archibald Wilson wed Ellen Corrigan in 1840 at Roman Catholic St Francis, Melbourne christened Robert Joseph 1841, Archibald 1843, James 1845, David 1847
Brothers Wilson & Love in a partnership settlers Kenell & Woortbourn Portland, Source - 1847 Directory
Captain Wilson arrived from Sydney 9 May 1840 on the Strathfieldsaye
Captain Wilson sailed 4 Sep 1840 from Port Phillip for Sydney - on the Marmion which arrived 14 Sep 1840 at Sydney from London
Captain Wilson cleared from Port Phillip 16 Feb 1843 for Launceston and arrived 21 Feb Abeona
Mrs Wilson arrived 26 Feb 1844 at Melbourne from London via Launceston which she left Sat 24 Feb, on the Ellen , source local newspapers
Captain Wilson master of Glasgow cleared 13 Apr 1844 and sailed 15 Apr from Melbourne for Hobart arrived 19 Apr on the Ellen , source local newspapers
Mrs Wilson cleared 13 Apr 1844 and sailed 15 Apr from Melbourne for Hobart arrived 19 Apr on the Ellen , source local newspapers
Captain Wilson master, arrived 27 May 1844 at Melbourne from Hobart on 15 May on the Ellen , source local newspapers
Captain Wilson cleared 18 June 1844 and sailed 20 June from Melbourne for Portland Tamar , source local newspapers
Captain and Mrs Wilson arrived 9 Aug 1844 at Melbourne from Launceston on 2 Aug Tamar , source local newspapers
Catherine Wilson teacher Lonsdale street, Source - 1847 Directory
Charles Wilson and wife Departed from Hobart on 24 July 1839 for Port Phillip on the Adelaide
Charles Wilson & Alexander Wilson in a partnership settlers Wimeira, Source - 1847 Directory
Charlotte Wilson aged 23 came Jan 1842 with 202 on the Samuel Boddington wed Thomas Johnson in 1843 at Church of England St James, Melbourne
Mr C Wilson on 09 Apr 1841 arrived at Geelong from Melbourne on the Lucy
Mr D Wilson Arrived at Sydney on 28 Dec 1839 from Greenock, South Aust and Port Phillip 21 Dec on the Superb
David Wilson 3 Jun 1844 unclaimed letter at Geelong post office
David Wilson Murray District License to depasture stock, for month of Sept 1844
David Wilson and Harriet christened Marian 1847
David Wilson Page 197 Letters at Office
David Wilson settler Wagra Murray, Source - 1847 Directory
Dr Wilson Cabin, Mrs Wilson, and 2 chn Wilson, came 7 June 1841 on the Frankfield
David Henry Wilsone MD Swanston-street Melbourne, source 1841 Kerr's Almanac transcribed by Lenore Frost
Wilsone and Campbell Partnership Upper Weiraby Melbourne, source 1841 Kerr's Almanac transcribed by Lenore Frost
Edmund Wilson shoemaker Elizabeth street, Source - 1847 Directory
Edward Wilson Subscriber for the Organ at the Episcopal Church source PPH- 28 Mar 1843
E Wilson, jury for Supreme Court Thur 15 Feb 1844. Source - Melbourne Weekly Courier 24 Feb 1844
Mr E Wilson sailed 30 Oct 1844 from Launceston for Portland Minerva , source local newspapers
Edward Wilson, of Dandenong granted a license to slaughter cattle. Source - Melbourne Courier 13 Oct 1845
Edward Wilson, of Dandenong was granted a Slaughtering License. Source - Port Phillip Herald 8 Jan 1846
Eliza Wilson arrived 1 Jun 1840 from Launceston on 28 May on the Henry - source Port Phillip Herald 2 June 1840
Eliza Wilson wed David Cameron in 1846 at Methodist / Wesleyan Melbourne
Elizabeth Wilson 14 (single woman 36) General servant Prot both Essex arrived 18 Feb 1844 from London and Cork on the Royal Consort
Elizabeth Wilson wed Andrew Melrose in 1844 at Presbyterian Geelong
Francis Wilson 38 hus (family 32) Labourer Prot both Cumberland, came 2 Jan 1841 on the Salsette
Jane Wilson 28 wife of Francis (family 32) Housemaid Prot both Cumberland, came 2 Jan 1841 on the Salsette
James Wilson 8, Maryanne Wilson 5 and John Wilson 4 son of Francis (family 32) Prot Cumberland, came 2 Jan 1841 on the Salsette
Mr G Wilson departed from Launceston Mon 9 May 1836 for Port Phillip, on the Henry
Mr G Wilson arrived 02 May 1841 at Geelong from Melbourne on the Alice
Mr G Wilson surgeon Departed 12 Nov 1844 for the South Seas Lady Mary Pelham , source local newspapers
George Wilson - Crew 3rd Mate (Staff 5) came 23 Jul 1841 on the George Fyfe
George Wilson wed Mary Anna Slack in 1841 at Presbyterian Melbourne & Geelong
George Wilson, 30 Hus Smith and Farrier Prot both Essex arrived 13 Jan 1842 from London and Cork on the Samuel Boddington
Charlotte Wilson, 23 Wife Farm Servant Prot both Berks arrived 13 Jan 1842 from London and Cork on the Samuel Boddington
George Wilson, died 31 male Kinlochewe 1842 #3707 Church Of England St James, Melbourne
George Wilson arrived at Port Phillip 23 August 1843, from Portland Jemima
George Wilson arrived 4 Jan 1844 at Port Phillip from Hobart on the Flying Fish , source local newspapers
George Wilson cleared 14 Feb 1844 and sailed 15 Feb from Melbourne for Hobart and arrived 27 Feb, on the Flying Fish , source local newspapers
George Wilson List No 3, 31 Mar 1844 Unclaimed letters at Melbourne Post Office
George Wilson 1847 Letter at Post-office unclaimed
George Wilson tallow chandler Flinders lane, Source - 1847 Directory
Harriett Wilson 22 (single woman 55) Nurse Prot both Somerset, came 1 Mar 1841 on the Argyle
Miss Harriet Wilson on 10 Mar 1841 at Geelong from Melbourne on the Governor La Trobe
Harriet Wilson wed George Colman in 1841 at Presbyterian Melbourne & Geelong
Henry Wilson departing 1 Nov 1841 from Launceston for Portland Bay, on the Minerva - source Launceston Courier 8 Nov 1841
Henry Wilson, male wed Mary Hogan 1842 #4665 Church Of England St James, Melbourne
Henry Wilson and Anne Cavanagh christened Mary 1844 died, John 1846
Henry Wilson aged 16 came Nov 1846 with 334 on the Maitland
Henry Wilson wed Hannah Banes in 1846 at Church of England St James, Melbourne
Honora Wilson Letters at Post Office Jan 1847
H Wilson settler Western Port, Source - 1847 Directory
Henry Wilson shoemaker off Flinders lane, Source - 1847 Directory
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