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Hale Families In South Australia




William Hale, born c1857, England.




 

Notes on William Hale

 

St. Catherine's House Birth Registrations

 

NAME

DISTRICT

VOLUME

PAGE

COUNTIES


March 1856

William Bernard Hale

Birmingham

6d

137

Warwickshire.

William Downes Hale

Clesbury M.

6a

531

Glos., Herefords., & Salop.

William Joseph Hale

Newington

1d

208

London, Kent & Surrey.


June 1856

William Hale

St. Albans

3a

260

Berks., Bucks., Herts., Middlx., & Oxon.


September 1856

William Hale

Lambeth

1d

248

London, Kent & Surrey

William Hale

Burnley

8e

171

Lancashire.

William Hale

Bethnal Green

1c

237

London & Middlesex.

William Hale

Clifton

6a

84

Glos., Herefords., & Salop.

William Thomas Hale

Chelsea

1a

153

London & Middlesex.


December 1856

William Hale

Stow On Wold

6a

302

Glos., Herefords., & Salop.

William Hale

Salford

8d

30

Lancashire.

William Hale

Abergavenny

11a

78

Glamorgan, Monmouth & Pembrokeshire.

William Arthur Hale

Pancras

1b

147

London & Middlesex.


March 1857

William Hale

W. Derby

8b

346

Lancashire.

William Hale

Crookham

2c

357

Berks. & Hants.

William Hale

St. George S.

1d

174

London, Kent & Surrey.

William Henry Hale

Salford

8d

39

Lancashire.

William Henry Hale

Dudley

6c

77

Warwicks. & Worcestershire.

William James Hale

Abergavenny

11a

75 (?)

Glamorgan, Monmouth & Pembrokeshire.


June 1857

William Hale

Camberwell

1d

431

London, Kent & Surrey.

William Hale

Frome (?)

5c

599

Cornwall & Somerset.

William Hale

Whitechapel

1c

358

London & Middlesex.

William Hale

Bedminster

5c

769

Cornwall & Somerset.

William Hale

Walstall (?)

6b

544

Staff., Warwicks., & Worcs.


December 1857

William Hale

Clifton

6a

127

Glos., Herefords., & Salop.

William Hale

Devizes

5a

80

Dorset & Wiltshire.

William Henry Hale

Lambeth

1d

337

London, Kent & Surrey.

William John Hale

Westminster

1a

263

London & Middlesex.

William Septimus Hale

Wandsworth

1d

381

London, Kent & Surrey.


March 1858

William Hale

Lewes

2b

145

Hants. & Sussex

William James Jacklin Hale

Royston

3a

221

Berks., Bucks., Herts., Middlx., & Oxon.

William Welbank Hale

Thirsk

8 (?) d

335

Lancashire (?)


June 1858

William Hale

Royston

3a

190

Berks., Bucks., Herts., Middlx., & Oxon.

William Hale

Stepney

1c

470

London & Middlesex.

William Hale

Lambeth

1d

286

London, Kent & Surrey.

William Hale

E. London

1c

27

London & Middlesex.

William Hale

Marylebone

1a

447

London & Middlesex.


September 1858

William Hale

Pewkesbury

6a

366

Glos., Herefords., & Salop.

William Hale

W. Bromwich

6b

558

Staffs., Warwicks., & Worcs.

William Hale

Bp. Stortford

3a

171

Berks., Bucks., Herts., Middlx., & Oxon.

William Alfred Hale

Whitechapel

1c

321

London & Middlesex.

William George Hale

Romford

4a

71

Essex & Suffolk.


December 1858

William Hale

Worcester

6c

274

Warwicks. & Worcestershire.

William Hale

Kingston

2a

195

Kent & Surrey.

William Hale

Cricklade (?)

5a

28

Dorset & Wiltshire.

William Henry Hale

W. Bromwich

6b

521

Staffs., Warwicks., & Worcs.

William Joseph Hale

Ipswich

4a

576

Essex & Suffolk.

 

 

Cemetery Index

Bute Burial Register

HALE, William, 7 January 1930,

73 years, of Bute.

 

 

Scatter of Date of Birth

7 October 1855 (Departed from London at age 18 on 7 October 1873)

6 January 1857 (Death at age 73 on 6 January 1930)

25 November 1857 (Marriage at age 23 on 25 November 1880)

 


 

Notes on the ship Earl Dalhousie.:

 

The Biographical Index of South Australians 1836-1885 records

HALE, William

Born: circa 1856

Arrived: 1874, Earl Dalhousie.

 

Log of Logs Volume 1.

EARL DALHOUSIE

1874

Migrant Ship

UK to Port Adelaide.

+ Papers etc.

*PRO S. Aust. GRG 35 / 48 / 1874

 

William Hale arrived in Adelaide on the Earl Dalhousie in January of 1874 (74/1 Earl Dalhousie). The Earl Dalhousie sailed from London on 7th October 1873. William Hale had boarded her in London. The Earl Dalhousie embarked from Plymouth on 20th October 1873, arriving in Adelaide on 12 January 1874. She carried 384 passengers. During the voyage there were 3 births and 6 deaths. The total number of passengers landed was 381. One more death occurred in Port Adelaide, with the death of an infant. These were Government assisted immigrants, with the Government covering the cost of passage of 14 / 15 / - per head.

William was 18 years old on embarkation, and single. No occupations or counties of origin were recorded for any of the passengers.

 

The 1875 Voyage

EARL DALHOUSIE

Departed Plymouth 4 December 1874.

Arrived Adelaide 23 February 1875

Migrant Ship.

UK to Port Adelaide.

+ Papers etc.

*PRO S. Aust. GRG 35 / 48 / 1875

 

The South Australian Register

Tuesday, January 13, 1874.
Page 4, Column A.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE

ARRIVED

Monday, January 12.

EARL DALHOUSIE, ship, 1,047 tons, James Anderson, master, from London October 9, via Plymouth October 24. Rawlings And Cave, agents. Surgeon - Superintendent, Dr. Clutterbuck; Matron, Miss Wale, In The Cabin; and 381 Government passengers in the steerage.

 

IMPORTS

EARL DALHOUSIE, from London - 265 cases, 405 casks, 151 kegs, 16 tins, 920 barrels, 60 qr. barrels, 220 half-barrels, 27 barrels, 329 tubes, 1 tierce, 600 bdls., 14,880 bricks, 5,918 boards, 2,999 deals and battens, 50 tons Tanfield coal.

 

The South Australian Register

Wednesday, January 14, 1874.
Page 4, Column A.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE

MISCELLANEOUS

The EARL DALHOUSIE parted with her single women on Tuesday morning when the steamer Sophia early took them to the Port. The demand for labour must be great, for several employers were at the Semaphore Jetty to engage hands in the event of any eligible people landing there. The vessel will be towed into harbour as soon as the tides make up a little.

 

The South Australian Register

Friday, January 16, 1874.
Page 4, Column A.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE

MISCELLANEOUS

The EARL DALHOUSIE was expected to be moored in harbour on Thursday morning, but the easterly wind so cut off the tides that she detained till the next day at least.

 

The South Australian Register

Saturday, January 17, 1874.
Page 4, Column A.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE

MISCELLANEOUS

The EARL DALHOUSIE was towed into harbour on Friday morning in company with the BREMANTIER.

 

The South Australian Register

Monday, January 19, 1874.
Page 4, Column B.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE

VESSELS IN PORT

EARL DALHOUSIE, ship (Br.) 1,047 tons, James Henderson, from London. Rawlings And Cave, agents. In the Stream.


She stayed anchored in the Stream until Thursday, January 22 (see below).

 

The South Australian Register

Friday, January 23, 1874.
Page 4, Column B.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE

VESSELS IN PORT

EARL DALHOUSIE, ship (Br.) 1,047 tons, James Henderson, from London. Rawlings And Cave, agents. Company's Basin.

 

 







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