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Wakefield Scheme - History Tree

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  • Edward Gibbon Wakefield was best known for his colonisation scheme, sometimes referred to as the Wakefield scheme, which aimed to populate the new colony South Australia with a workable combination of labourers, tradespeople, artisans and capital. The scheme was to be financed by the sale of land to the capitalists who would thereby support the other classes of emigrants.
Ship Arrival to New Zealand in 1853
Minerva, 1852
to Christchurch
Edward Gibbon Wakefield (1796-1862)
Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 2 , 1967
Edward Gibbon Wakefield

  • Western Australia
Peel Estate - (1829) - W® - (and failure)
Thomas Peel (1793-1865)
Thomas Peel & Co - 1829 Tree
Ship Arrival at Leschenault/Bunbury, 1841
Parkfield, 1841
Marshall Waller Clifton FRS (1787-1861)
Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 3 , 1969
Western Australian Company - (pdf via SLWA)
  • South Australia
South Australian Land Company -
Robert Torrens (1780-1864)
Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 2 , 1967
Charles Grant (1778-1866) (Glenelg)
Robert Richard Chute Torrens GCMG (1812-1884) - Torrens title
George Fife Angas (1789-1879)
George Fife Angas
Robert Gouger (1802-1846)
Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 1 , 1966
The South Australian Company
( Salvator Rosa Wakefield (1836-1898) NZ to SA )
  • Tasmania
Felix Wakefield (1807-1875)
Felix Wakefield
  • Canada
Edward Gibbon Wakefield (1796-1862)
  • New Zealand
New Zealand Company - 1841 -
John George Lambton (1792-1840) (Durham)
William Hayward Wakefield (1801-1848)
The New Zealand Company - Places
Ship Arrival off Lyttelton, Christchurch, 10 Nov 1851
Sir George Pollock
Felix Wakefield (1807-1875)
Sir George Pollock - Ships List
Edward Gibbon Wakefield (1796-1862)
  • ( India )
( John Howard Wakefield (1803-1862) )
( George Edward Wakefield (1831-1890) )

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