Australia -- Emigration and immigration



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The Lock family

  • F2436
  • Item
  • 1980

Family history.
Includes transcription from his mother's diary, of her account of voyage from England to Australia, 1909, on the Whakatane.

Lock, Albert

The journey

  • F2527
  • Item
  • 1862

Typescript. Description of journey on board the City of Brisbane which sailed from Plymouth on 26 February 1862 and arrived in Brisbane on 2 July 1862. There were 360 immigrants on board who were addressed before leaving by H. Gordon Esq. Describes living conditions, weather, meetings with other ships, volunteer duties, marine and bird life. The writer, John Thomas, and his brother Richard, left the City of Brisbane after it's arrival in Brisbane. According to the diary, from 4 July, "J.J. Brown, R. & J., John Thompson, Bull & S. Lawn" and a guide went on horseback to the Pine River. Richard and John Thomas purchased a lot situated at the Redcliffe Agricultural Reserve on 14 July 1862, which coincides with the details in the diary. Richard Thomas (1840-1922) and John Thomas (1841-1927) were children of Hannah Blossom and George Thomas who lived in Union Terrace, Yorkshire. The source of this diary is unknown.

Thomas, John, 1841-1927

Caroline Kelly Papers

  • UQFL489
  • Collection
  • ca. 1900-1987

Personal and professional papers of Caroline Kelly, including correspondence; financial and legal papers; unpublished poetry and stories; theatre records and publications; anthropology field notes, reports and articles; photographs and newspaper cuttings.

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Tennant-Kelly, Caroline, 1899-1989