Passenger Lists

Passenger lists

1845 - 1886

 

These passenger lists record emigrants selected by the Colonization Commissioners London, whose passage were paid for out of the Emigration Fund. The lists typically give passengers' names, and most give ages, occupation and marital status, while some give county of origin. Not all lists have survived.

 

The lists are grouped into years and then arranged numerically within each year. An alphabetical name index for lists dating between 1845 - 1886 is available - Index to Official Passenger Lists.

 

Please note that no lists are held for 1887.

 

1888 - 1931

 

These records are the official passenger lists arriving in Port Adelaide from overseas. The lists include ship's name, master's name, tonnage, where bound, ports of embarkation and disembarkation, names of passengers, age (adult or child), occupation, nationality and number of passengers.  Lists may contain names of passengers disembarking at Australian ports other than Adelaide.  Not all lists have survived. 

 

The lists are grouped into years and then arranged numerically within each year. An alphabetical name index for lists dating between 1888 - 1924 is available - Index to Official Passenger Lists.

 

Year Title Description Download
1925 Ulysses 105/1925 - Ulysses PDF
1925 Caprera 106/1925 - Caprera PDF
1925 Esperance Bay 107/1925 - Esperance Bay PDF
1925 Barrabool 108/1925 - Barrabool PDF
1925 Ormonde 109/1925 - Ormonde PDF
1925 Gairsoppa 110/1925 - Gairsoppa PDF
1925 Hamburg 111/1925 - Hamburg PDF
1925 Maloja 112/1925 - Maloja PDF
1925 Aeneas 113/1925 - Aeneas PDF
1925 Ceramic 114/1925 - Ceramic PDF
1925 Janus 115/1925 - Janus PDF
1925 Ville de Verdun 116/1925 - Ville de Verdun PDF
1925 Port Sydney 117/1925 - Port Sydney PDF
1925 Beltana 118/1925 - Beltana PDF
1925 Khyber 119/1925 - Khyber PDF
1925 Oronsay 120/1925 - Oronsay PDF
1925 Citta di Genova 121/1925 PDF
1925 Persic 122/1925 - Persic PDF
1925 Mongolia 123/1925 - Mongolia PDF
1925 City of Palermo 124/1925 - City of Palermo PDF

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