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Courtesy Ballarat Heritage Services.
Samuel Thomas Gill, Lucky digger that returned, c1852, watercolour and gum arabic on paper.
Art Gallery of Ballarat, gift of Mr. Tony Hamilton and Miss. S.E. Hamilton, 1967.

The earliest English residents in Australia were convicts or soldiers. The English brought their system of Government to Australia. Before the discovery of gold assisted passages attracted a number of immigrants. Significant number of English arrived in Victoria lured by gold.[1]



Arthur Arnold, Born Bristol

Sir William A'Beckett, born London 1806

Elizabeth Abbott

Elizabeth Adams, born Winslow, Buckinghamshire

William Alderton, born Norwich.

Abraham Alman, Bristol

Raphael Alexander

William Henry Archer, born London 13 November 1925

Alfred Agg, born Eversham, Worcestershire

Arthur Akehurst, born london and baptised 13 September 1836 at St George's, Hanover Square

Thomas Albury, born 30 September 1824 at Basildon, Berkshire

George Arden, born Weymouth

Arthur Arnold, born Bristol

James Ashburner, born Liverpool, England [2]

Butler Aspinall, born Liverpool, England

William Atherden, born Dover, Ken

Thomas Atton, born 1820 Hull, East Yorkshire

Joseph Baldock

Thomas Bass, born Essex.

James Beattie, Cumberland.

Francis Beaver, born Surrey

William Bell

James Bentley, born Surrey[3]

Graham Berry, born London

John Birch, Hertfordshire

John Bird, born Taunton, Somersetshire

Alfred Black[4]

George Black[5], born Nottingham.

John Blight, Stoke Damerel, Devon, England married Susan Pulford Blight

Susan Blight, Stoke Damerel, Devon, England married John Blight

John Blyth

William Boase[6]

William Bell[7]

James Beattie[8]

Robert Booley, born Suffolk

William Bradshaw, born Cambridgeshire.

Emma Browning see Emma Sharpe

Eliza Buckland, born Kent

George Clifton[9]

Richard Coombs

Thomas Cox[10]

Frederick Coxhead, born London[11]

John Cridge, born West Hatch, Taunton, Somerset.[12]

William Dexter, born Devon

George Duke, born Newcastle-on-Tyne

Phoebe Emmerson, born Durham

George Goddard, born Suffolk

Henry Garrett

Henry Goodenough. Born Bristol

Samuel Green[13]

Martin Harvey, born Penzance, Cornwall

Archibald Hamilton, born Berwickshire

Henry Hammon, born Kent

John Hanson, born Lincoln

George Harker, Palely Bridge, Midderdale, Yorkshire

Thomas Hiscock, Federation University Historical Collection

Thomas Hiscock, born Shinfield near Reading, Berkshire, England

George Holyoake, born Birmingham, Warwickshire

Henry Holyoake, born Birmingham, Warwickshire

Mary Ann Humphris, born Gloucester

Alfred Hurlestone, born Melbury Osmond, Dorset

Thomas Jacobs, born Stowmarket, County Suffolk

Richard Jones, born Herfield

Henry Josephs, born Liverpool

David Lazarus, emigrated from Bristol

Isaac Lazarus, Liverpool

Jacob Lazarus, emigrated from Bristol

Samuel Lazarus, emigrated from Bristol

Andrew Lister

John Kemp, born Yorkshire

John Kent

William Kishere

John Knipe[14]

Alfred Lester

Ralph Liddle, Reith, Yorkshire

Stephen Lingham, born Worthing

James Meek, born Great Yarmouth, Norfolk

Archibald Michie, born London

Alfred Millman, born Buckinghamshire

Edward Morey, born Frindsbury, Kent

Alexander Morrison, born London

Henry Nicholls, born Regent St,London

Richard Ocock, born Devon

James Oddie, Manchester

Eliza Pasco, wife of John Lean

Thomas Alexander Rich. Rich Family Collection

Charles Pasley, born Chatham

William Penhalluriack

Samuel Perkins, north North England

Eliza Perrin, born Cheshire

Samuel Perry, born England

Phillips Phillipson, Bristol

Alfred Pinn, Devon

George Platener, Bristol

Thomas Pritchard, Born Hereford

Thomas Rich, Born Hampton Wick, Middlesex

William Rodier, born Exeter, Devon

Charles Ross, born Ironbridge, Shropshire

Francis Row, Bristol

Henry Salmon, born London[15]

William Sansum

Emma Sharpe, born Surrey

Robert Sim, c1894.

Robert Sim, born Manchester

James Smith[16]

Henry Sterner, Bristol

George Stibbs, born Buckinghamshire.

William Surplice [17]

Thomas Suters, born Sussex

John Thomas[18]

William Tucker, Born Cornwall

Isaac Twaits

T. Webb born Calm, Wiltshire

William Webb

Barnard Welch

Edward West

Henry Westerby, born Yorkshire

John Westoby

James Wiburd[19] (or Wyburd)

Thomas Wheatley, born Middlesex

Harrie Wood, born Kensington, London

William Wood[20]

James Woolcock born Truro, Cornwall

Thomas Underdown

Ellen Young, born Hampshire

Maryann Zahnleiter, born Annlaby, Yorkshire as Maryann Clarkson


Also See

Country of Origin

Cornwall

Ireland

Scotland


References

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  12. http://www.ballaratgenealogy.org.au/art/12th_regt_cridge.htm, viewed 29 March 2013.
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  17. Notes from Lorraine May Brownlie nee Surplice emailed to 'Eurekapedia' on 25 March 2013.
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