|Title||Arrival Year||Ship Name||Story||Panel #|
|DIXON, William & Jane||1829||MARQUIS OF ANGLESEA||
Granted 2,268 acres in Swan Location. Sold to Samuel Moore 1834. Purchased Fremantle Town lots in Mouat, Henry and Packenham Streets. 1830 Granted...
REPUTED TO BE THE FIRST WHITE FEMALE TO SET FOOT IN THE SWAN RIVER COLONY - CARRIED ASHORE BY A SOLDIER
|DRAPER, Robert & Jane||1829||JAMES||
Children, Alice 8yrs, James 4yrs & Anne 1yr old. Robert built boats & houses from arrival 1829 - 1840 then was granted land at York named...
|DAVIS, T, C, John & Charlotte||1829||PARMELIA||
CHARLOTTE DAVIS WAS TWO YEARS OLD AT THE TIME OF ARRIVAL,AND WAS THE FIRST WHITE FEMALE TO SET FOOT ON WESTERN AUSTRALIAN SOIL, A BLACK DECK HAND...
|DAVIS, John Okey & Frances||1829||LOTUS||332|
|DRUMMOND, James & Sara||1829||PARMELIA||
First Government Botanist. Also some exploration journeys.
|DUFFIELD, John Hole||1830||WARRIOR||
Inital Land Grant was the suburb of BICTON. Came to the colony as a cooper and did the carpentry work on the Round House There are 4 family...
|DUFFIELD, John Hole||1830||WARRIOR||
Awarded contract for Round House Prison woodwork with WA Manning. Allocated 1426 acres of land. 500 acres at suburb of Bicton, which he named;...
|DEVENISH, W, E, W, C, E, F, H||1830||HOOGHLY||
William and Elizabeth Devenish with their children William, Charles, Elizabeth, Frederick and Henry settled in Guildford, playing a major role in...
|DAWSON, Elijah & Anne||1830||WARRIOR||
Elijah was a veteran of the Battle of Waterloo. Accompanied Molloy to Augusta in 1830. Moved to Vasse with Bussell in 1834. Appointed Constable of...
|DUFFIELD, John & Charlotte||1830||WARRIOR||
Charlotte (John's wife) arrived 28 Dec 1831 aboard the 'Egyptian'. John purchased land in Bicton, and Peel on the Murray River, and in Perth...
Arrived in Fremantle to join her husband John Hole Duffied (arrived 1830), accompanied by four children and family manservant Charles Jacob.
|DUNN, James R||1834||JAMES PATTISON||ALBANY|
|DAVIES, Alfred Alexander||1834||QUEBEC TRADER||
DAVIES Alfred Alexander, b. 1813 d. 13.3.1875, brother of Thomas. Arrived per "Quebec Trader" 19.4.1834. M. (1st) 10.4.1837 (Fremantle) Christiana...
|DAVIES, Thomas||1834||QUEBEC TRADER||424|
|DAVIES, Alfred & Eliza||1834||QUEBEC TRADER||
Alfred George Davies is listed in the Bicentennial Dictionary of West Australians Vol II. His wife is noted but not named. Roots Webs World...
Arrived alone in Fremantle from Lincolnshire, aboard BRITOMART, 04/12/1838. Married Edmund Wright's widow, Caroline, 13/02/1850, (nee Porley)....
|DOUST, Isaac & Frances||1842||SIMON TAYLOR||
Came to WA under colonial land and emigration commissioners. Worked as a shepherd and farmer in Toodyay area. Had 'Highland Laddie' Inn c 1858...
|DOUST, Isaac||1842||SIMON TAYLOR||
Arrived with brother James - cost 18 pounds for yoyage. Isaac born 20.2.1813 (labourer at Beverley), Matthew born 21.12.1850, butcher. Isaac John...
|DOUST, James William||1842||SIMON TAYLOR||
Married 18/03/1846 Susannah Hitchcock born 7/06/1827 d. 26/12/1885. Lived Toodyay and Victoria Plains, employed by Clinch 1849. Farm labourer and...
|DONCON, Edward & Eleanor||1844||UNICORN||34|
|DONCON, Robert & Sophia||1844||UNICORN||34|
|DE LA HOYDE, Ignatia||1846||ELIZABETH||374|
|DILLON, Anne X (Margaret)||1846||ELIZABETH||374|
|DIXON, George & Amalia||1849||MARY||
George & Amalia Dixon married Dublin 09/04/1849 at St Peters church. Five children born Fremantle - Barbara, Robert, George, Godfrey &...
|DEARLE, John B||1849||MARY||
Parkhurst Boy - 7 year term. John was indentured to J H Monger of York (WA). 1st wife - Emma Dewis (Wesley Church) in 1871. 2nd wife - Winifred...
|DOGGETT, John & Matilda||1850||SOPHIA||
Raised family of 7. Active in whaling in Fremantle & Albany. Owner & Master of whaling vessel 20 ton "MYSTERY". John Doggett & son...
|DEDMAN, William J & Harriet||1851||MERMAID||
William (John) Dedman arrived as a Pensioner Guard in charge of convicts. He joined the British Army at age 17 yrs and served in India before...
|DAVIS, Ellen (DAVIES)||1852||MARY||
Met convict Charles Whitehurst 1853 Fremantle. Lived Guildford till 1856 then Geraldton, WA. Reared 9 children (5 lived - families today). Became...
|DHU (DEW), Heffer & Jane||1853||CLARA||
Agricultural labourer - migrated to Australia (WA) 34 years old with wife and 6 children - had 4 more children in Australia. Farm labourer and...
|DELANEY, Thomas||1854||SEA PARK||
Married Bridget Whilagen in Bunbury 21/09/1857, who had arrived on the 'Victory' in 1854. They had 6 children; Mary Jane, Elizabeth, Thomas, John...
|DEERE, William & Mary Ann||1854||VICTORY||
Also known as 'Deer'. Farmed at Swan 1872-1879. Employed 4 T/L men 1867-1872 at West and Upper Swan. Mary Ann received outdoor relief 1882. Family...
Born in Somerset England, shipped at the age of 20 to WA as a convict for burning a barn. Married twice, first wife: Jane Kidd. Second wife:...
|DRAGE, Thomas||1856||WILLIAM HAMMOND||
Eligible for 'ticket of leave' 5/11/1856 after being wrongly advised to plead guilty for an alleged offence. Worked hard, married Jane in 1862...
|DINSDALE, William||1858||EDWIN FOX||
Shoemaker/farmer on 40 acres at York WA. Wife Mary Ann arrived in TARTAR with six children on the 12/12/1863.
|DUNNE, Patrick & Mary||1858||EMMA EUGENIA||
Descendants of Patrick & Mary. Number over 150. Most still live at Australind, Eaton & Waterloo. The last of their grandchildren died 2005...
|DALE, William & Elizabeth||1859||HAMILLA MITCHELL||
Left England as newlyweds. Eleven children born in WA. William served 38 years in the Colonial Public Service. Was superintendent of charities...
Son of William and Mary-born 1846.William arrived per Edwin Fox 21Oct1858.John arrived with mother and sisters and brothers 12Dec1863
|DAVIS, William||1863||LORD DALHOUSIE||
William ('Crabby') Davis was transported to Australia in 1863, having been sentenced to ten years for arson. He completed his sentence and settled...
|DEAN, Edward Charles||1863||TARTAR||
Edward emigrated after serving in the 47th Regiment, Royal Engineers. Appointed Clerk of Works, Construction at Convict Establishment, Fremantle....
|DE SAN MIGUEL, Angel||1869||ROBERT MORRISON||
Angel came to WA with Bishop Salvado to work as a stone mason at New Norcia. He left the Monastery soon after and worked in Fremantle and...
|DAWSON, William & Eliza||1876||ROBERT MORRISON||
William & Eliza arrived with seven of their eight daughters, Eliza, Louisa, Amelia, Caroline, Esther, Eleanor & Rosa. Their other daughter...
James Dawson and his wife Ellen together with their children Agnes, Eleanor and Francis arrived in Fremantle on the Natal in 1884. Another child...
|DAVIES, Mary Harriett||1885||LADY DOUGLAS||
Mary Harriett Hettich. Mary (later assumed Harriett). Arrived as unaccompanied woman, for domestic work in Perth. Married George Hettich (Lady...
|DEARLE, R, L, R & E||1886||ELDERSLIE||
Robert (Snr) was a member of the first North Fremantle council in 1895. Robert (Jnr) was Officer in Charge of the North Fremantle Fire Station...
|DANN, Thomas & Elizabeth||1886||ORIANA||
The Dann Family had been successful Hop farmers in Kent. Their ten children accompanied them, seven girls & three boys, from nineteen years...
|DOWN, William & Alice||1887||HAMPSHIRE||
William & Alice arrived Fremantle as WA Govt passengers. Children born in Australia - Alice (1888) & Harry. (?) Alice Senior died 1889....