||Daniel Turner was one of the First Free Settlers to Australia|
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TURNER Daniel William, Jane DUDMAN, and a daughter arrived in South Australia 1840-12-13 on the Brightman from London 40-08-15 via Plymouth, Cork. They were some of the earliest colonists to arrive, the British Colony of South Australia having been formally proclaimed in 1836. Colonists at this time mostly came under the assisted passage scheme of the South Australian Company.
Alice Stella, born in 1839 in London, England
William Edward George Allen born at Nth Adelaide 1842-03-29
Alfred Benoni born at Nth Adelaide 1845-07-02
Annis Emma Diana born at Walkerville 1847-04-16
Albert Edward born at Walkerville 1849-05-15
In 1847 Daniel's occupation was market gardener.
Still no birth or parents information. Not him:Turner, Daniel b:1808 father:Turner, Barnabas mother:Last, Elizabeth sp:Fairweather, Mary, place:The Congregational Chapel, Debenham, Suffolk, England - from http://www.debenhamfamilyhistory.org.uk/ui34.htm
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