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Eureka arrests

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Date: 1854 [unknown]
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Names of those arrested.

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newspaper reports

  • refname "argus9Dec1854"[1]
  • ref name "argus11Dec1854" [2]


list of those men arrested within or near the stockade

Sortable table
Name Comment Reference notes
Adams, Charlesdischarged, there being no evidence against him [2]
Allen, Richard
Allaire , Nicholasdischarged, there being no evidence against him [2]
Anderson, Carl (Swedish)
Asburn, James
Avondale, William
Barry, Thomasdischarged, there being no evidence against him [2]
Bazley, Henrydischarged, there being no evidence against him [2]
Beattie, James *arrested within or near the stockade and subsequently discharged[1]
Bisk, Thomasdischarged, there being no evidence against him [2]
Box, Thomasdischarged, there being not sufficient evidence against him to warrant a committal[2]
Brown, Charlesdischarged, there being no evidence against him [2]
Bryant, ?
Burn, Edmunddischarged, there being not sufficient evidence against him to warrant a committal[2]
Cahill, Johndischarged, there being not sufficient evidence against him to warrant a committal[2]
Campbell, James
Carboni, Raffaello [1]
Cornish 4 brothers with surname Cornisharrested within or near the stockade and subsequently discharged[1]
Davidson, Georgedischarged, there being no evidence against him [2]
Degan, Thomas
Delamere, Johndischarged, there being no evidence against him [2]
Develin, William
Dignum, Thomas
Dynan, Michael
Edwards, John
Edwards, Nicholasdischarged, there being no

evidence against || [2]||

Ellis, Joseph
Fenwick, John *arrested within or near the stockade and subsequently discharged[1] "Fenwick seems to be a Dane"
Ferguson, ?
Frazer, AlexCharge of calling out 'Joe' - fined 40 s.[1]
Gilhooly, Patrickdischarged, there being not sufficient evidence against him to warrant a committal[2]
Gleeson, Michael
Gray, Josephdischarged, there being no evidence against him [2]
Hayes, Timothy *arrested within or near the stockade. Charge on the sheet was, "Seditious language and being a ringleader in the rebel mob; charge against the prisoner was equivalent to that of high treason, and that consequently bail could not be accepted"[1] charge on the sheet was, "Seditious language and being a ringleader in the rebel mob; charge against the prisoner was equivalent to that of high treason, and that consequently bail could not be accepted"
Hepburn, James
Hickey, Patrick
Hindon, Josephdischarged, there being no evidence against him [2]
Hinds, Isaacdischarged, there being no evidence against him [2]
Hogan, Jeremiah
Howard, Patrick
Humphreys, Richarddischarged, there being no evidence against him [2]
James
Joseph, John *arrested within or near the stockade and subsequently discharged[1]
Keddar, Charles
Kelly, John
Kennedy, Michael
Kennedy, Patrick
Kent, Francisdischarged, there being no evidence againsthim [2]
Kinnear, Martindischarged, there being not sufficient evidence against him to warrant a committal[2]
Leadow, John
Leslie, Robertdischarged, there being not sufficient evidence against him to warrant a committal[2]
Livingstone, Charles
Lorenson, Jacob *arrested within or near the stockade and subsequently discharged
Macartner, Daniel
Mackeon / Macknon, Josephdischarged, there being no evidence against him [2]
Magennis, Dugalddischarged, there being not sufficient evidence against him to warrant a committal[2]
Manning, John *reporter of the Ballaarat Times[2]
Mayher, Thomas
McMahon, Edward dischargedarrested within or near the stockade and subsequently discharged[1] found on the premises of Dr. Sickler, in such circumstances as to lead to suspicion that he had been one of those who firedon the Camp on Monday evening

Meade, Patrick


Molloy, William *

arrested within or near the stockade and subsequently discharged

Murphy, Thomas


O'Brien, Kennedydischarged, there being not sufficient evidence against him to warrant a committal[2]
O'Rourke. Thomas
Orr, Matthewdischarged, there being not sufficient evidence against him to warrant a committal[2]
Pardy, John

Penny, Samuel


Penrose, Josephdischarged, there being not sufficient evidence against him to warrant a committal[2]

Pergo, ? (Spanish)


Peters, Cornelius
Phelan, John

Pohill, ?


Powell, Johndischarged, there being not sufficient evidence against him to warrant a committal[2]
Priaulx, Peterdischarged, there being no evidence against him [2]
Quin, Johndischarged, there being not sufficient evidence against him to warrant a committal[2]
Reid, Henry *arrested within or near the stockade and subsequently discharged
Robilliard, Henrydischarged, there being no evidence against him [2]
Rodan, ?

Romeo, ? (an Italian)


Ross, Alexanderdischarged, there being not sufficient evidence against him to warrant a committal[2]
Ryan, Martindischarged, there being not sufficient evidence against him to warrant a committal[2]
Ryley, Walterdischarged, there being not sufficient evidence against him to warrant a committal[2]
Seekamp, HenryMr. Dunne made application to the bench, in the name of Seekamp, in the case of "the Queen against Seekamp, that the money found on the person of the defendant on his arrest, amounting to £106 should be restored to him. The Bench made order that this sum should be given to any one presenting the order of Mr. Seekamp. [1]
Sexton, James

Sheady, Patrick


Smith, Arthurdischarged, there being not sufficient evidence against him to warrant a committal[2]

Somerville, William


Stafford, William


Steer/Steere, William Jamesdischarged, there being not sufficient evidence against him to warrant a committal[1][2]

Steinman, Herman


Swanson, Andrew (Swedish)


Thompson, Georgedischarged, there being not sufficient evidence against him to warrant a committal[2]
Tighe, Thomas Ferdinanddischarged, there being not sufficient evidence against him to warrant a committal[2]
Touhy, Michael
Trynon, Henrydischarged, there being no evidence against him [2]
Unnamed, (5) men
Walker, Joseph
White, Andrew discharged, there being no evidence against him [2]
Winkfieldl, Robertdischarged, there being not sufficient evidence against him to warrant a committal[2]
Winkley, William
Wright, William


list of men who appeared as witnesses before the bench for the hearing of charges of those ARRESTED at the Eureka Rebellion.

Sortable table
Witness Occupation Appeared Against Reference notes
Goodenough, HenryTrooperHayes, Timothy[1][2]
Goodenough, HenryTrooperBeattie, James[2]
Goodenough, HenryTrooperFenwick, John[2]
Goodenough, HenryTrooperCarboni, Raffaello[2]
Goodenough, HenryTrooperPhelan, John
Goodenough, HenryTrooperSwanson, Andrew
Gour - JamesPrivate - 40th RegCarboni, Raffaello[2]
Gour - JamesPrivate - 40th RegHayes, Timothy
Peters - AndrewTrooper - Constable - BallaratCarboni, Raffaello[2]
Peters - AndrewTrooper - Constable - BallaratHayes, Timothy[1]
Peters - AndrewTrooper - Constable - BallaratJosephs, John[2]
Peters - AndrewTrooper - Constable - BallaratSwanson, Andrew
Gillman - JohnSergeant - Mounted PoliceBryant, ?[2]
King - HughConstableBeattie, James
King - HughConstableHayes, Timothy[1]
King - JohnSergeant of PoliceCarboni, Raffaello[2]
King - JohnSergeant of PoliceLorenson, Jacob
Hagherty [Higgerty] DanielSergeant - 40thFenwick, John[2]
Hagherty [Higgerty] DanielSergeant - 40thJosephs, John[2]
Hagherty [Higgerty] DanielSergeant - 40thManning, John[2]
Hynott - PatrickPrivate - 40thFenwick, John[2]
Hynott - PatrickPrivate - 40thJosephs, John[2]
Hackett - Mr Ferguson, ?[2]
Hackett - Mr Bryant, ?[2]
Hackett - Mr Pohill, ?[2]
Langley - Thomas EdmundSub Inspector of PoliceHayes, Timothy[1]
Richards - Thomas BaileyLt - 40thHayes, Timothy[1]
Cossac?Sub InspectorRodan, ?[2]
Carruthers - ThomasPrivate 40thHayes, Timothy[1]
Furnell-Samuel JSub Inspector of PoliceFenwick, John[2]
Furnell-Samuel JSub Inspector of PoliceReid, Henry
Furnell-Samuel JSub Inspector of PolicePhelan, John
Fleming - WilliamPrivate - 40thHayes, Timothy[1]
Reilly - PatrickSgnt - Mounted 40thBeattie, James[2]
Rowan - JamesPrivate 40thHayes, Timothy[1]
Rivel -[Revel], WilliamPrivate - Mounted 40thBeattie, James[2]
Rivel -[Revel], WilliamPrivate - Mounted 40thDignum, Thomas
Atkins - ThomasConstableBeattie, James[2]
Anderson - GeorgeMinerRodan, (defence)[2] George Anderson, who had lived two years near the Eureka, deposed that Rodan was his mate, and was in the tent at ten o'clock on Saturday night
Thompson - WilliamConstableHayes, Timothy[1]
King - JohnTrooperTuohey, Michael
Badcock - JohnConstable at BallaratBeattie, James[2]
Badcock - JohnConstable at BallaratCarboni, Raffaello[2]
Badcock - JohnConstable at BallaratPhillips, ?
Burr - ThomasDistrict SurveyorBlack, ?[2]
Burr - ThomasDistrict SurveyorLawlor, ?[2]
Burr - ThomasDistrict SurveyorVern, ?[2]
Burr - ThomasDistrict SurveyorKennedy, ?[2]
Burr - ThomasDistrict SurveyorManning, John[2] Did not recognise prisoner at Bakery Hill at the

meeting on Wednesday 29th November

Donnelly - JohnPrivate - 40thJosephs, John[2]
Donnelly - JohnPrivate - 40thCarboni, Raffaello[2]
Dalgleish - William Manning, John[2]
Milne - ThomasSergeant of Police BallaratJosephs, John[2]
Milne - ThomasSergeant of Police BallaratCarboni, Raffaello[2]
Murrell - WilliamCorporal - 40thFerguson, ?[2]
Murrell - WilliamCorporal - 40thPergo, ?
O'Keefe - PatrickPrivate - 40thJosephs, John[2]
O'Keefe - PatrickPrivate - 40thCarboni, Raffaello

Doherty - John

Constable

Tuohey, Michael

Carter - Charles JeffreyIn charge of Foot PoliceJosephs, John[2]
Carter - Charles JeffreyIn charge of Foot PoliceManning, John[2]

Gaunt - James Richardson


Campbell, James

White - John MordanTrooperRodan, ?[2]
White - John MordanTrooperReid, Henry

Lawlor - Michael

St Major - Mounted Police

Reid, Henry

Byford - GeorgePrivate - 40thFerguson, ?[2]
Bellairs - Eugene Campbell, James
Perry - HenryPrivate - 40thBryant, ?[2]
Sullivan - JohnPrivate - 12thCampbell, James
Rayner - JosephPrivate - 40thCampbell, James

Richardson - William

Corporal - 40th Mounted Division

Tuohey, Michael

Penrose - Joseph

Miner [mate of Reid]

Reid, Henry (defence)

Pennihman-John


Reid, Henry (defence)

Wearne - James


Reid, Henry (defence)

Foster

Inspector

Dignum, Thomas

Foster

Inspector

Lorenson, Jacob

Lynot - Patrick

Private - 40th

Romeo, ?

Lynot - Patrick

Private - 40th

Sheedy, Patricj

Morgan, Broadley ThomasAuctioneerEllis (defence)
Morgan, Broadley ThomasAuctioneerMolloy, William
Cooper - W.HStoreman to Mr SweeneyTighe, Thomas
Copack - LeonardLt Mounted PolicePhelen, John
Hall - LtLtPhelen, John
Cuckan - John?TrooperPhelan, John
Viret - EdwardSergeant of PoliceTuohey, Michae


Sources

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 1.15 1.16 1.17 1.18 1.19 BALLAARAT. (1854, December 9). The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), p. 5. Retrieved June 1, 2021, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article4801531
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