IMMIGRATION. 1858. On the ORIENT. To SOUTH AUSTRALIA
(Sep 1858). IMMIGRATION. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. Saturday, September 18-The ship Orient, 1,032 tons, Alexander Lawrence, master, from London June 28, Plymouth July 4. J. Stilling and Co., Town and Port, agents. Passengers- Mr,, Mrs., and Master Penny, Mrs., Miss, and Mr. F. Hodges, Mr. and Mrs. Simms, 2 children, and servant, Mr. and Mrs. Mather, 2 children, and servant, Messrs. Rischbiesh, Boddy, Newenham, and Greig, and Dr. Ross (surgeon), in the cabin; Mrs. and Miss Shaddock, Mr. and Mrs. Lorraine, daughter, and 3 sons. Mrs. Doggrell, Mrs. and Miss Battle, Mrs. and Miss Beckwith and infant, Messrs. Abbott, Mobsby, and Hoskins, in the intermediate.
MARRIAGE. 8 Jun 1876, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
DEATH. 1 Jun 1938, 1 Leslie-street, North Richmond, Victoria, Australia
DEATH. VIC BDM Death Reg: #4391/1938
Family name RALPH
Given names Ann Eliz
Father's name Beckwith
Mother's maiden name Ann (Unknown)
Place of death Rmond
DEATH NOTICE. RALPH. — Passed peacefully away on June 1, at her residence, No. 1 Leslie-street, North Richmond, Ann Elizabeth, the dearly loved wife of Charles Edwin, and loving mother of Nell (Mrs. Humphrys), Tidd (Mrs. Kreyts), Edwin, Annie (deceased), Henry (deceased), Vic (Mrs. Pearce), Florrie (deceased), Ernest (deceased), Frederick (deceased), Frederick, Ernest and Ruby (Mrs. Edwards), aged 80 yours. Adelaide and W, A. papers please copy. Mother.
Death of Spouse: 18 Jun 1938, Blackburn, Victoria, Australia
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