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Welcome!This website details the McNeil family of Greenock, Scotland, as well as those families related to us by marriage. One of the earliest McNeils that we have traced is Daniel McNeil who was born in Greenock in 1813. Approximately 160 years after his birth his great great grandson, Daniel McNeil, produced this family tree in order that we can see how we are part of one large family.The symbol of Greenock is the Green Oak tree and like that tree our family has many branches, some close to home and others further afield. Our branches run from Adamietz to Young and we welcome information from all famiies.Please feel free to peruse our website and should you have any information such as names, dates, photographs or stories then please send it to us.We look forward to hearing from you

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THE SCOTTISH CLEARANCES

CHECK THE MACLEODS, MCNEILS, MACKAYS ETC OF THE LINEAGE.

The Inquirer & Commercial News (Perth, WA : 1855 – 1901), Wednesday 6 July 1887

http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article66080076

CLEARANCE CROFTERS The Inquirer & Commercial News (Perth, WA  1855 - 1901), Wednesday 6 July 1887

CROFTERS PART 2 The Inquirer & Commercial News (Perth, WA 1855 - 1901), Wednesday 6 July 1887

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The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 – 1933), Friday 29 June 1883,

http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3419580

clearance The Brisbane Courier (Qld.  1864 - 1933), Friday 29 June 1883,

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Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 – 1954), Sunday 4 April 1937,

http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article58821342

clear wedding Sunday Times (Perth, WA  1902 - 1954), Sunday 4 April 1937,

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more articles on the CLEARANCES.

http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article60597555

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http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article21562549

CALL OF THE CITY. (1930, June 6). The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 – 1933),

every rood has its man The Brisbane Courier (Qld. 1864 - 1933), Friday 6 June 1930,

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http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article70869735

Landlordism a Curse:. (1907, April 13). Worker (Brisbane, Qld. : 1890 – 1955),

MCNEILS

MORE TALES OF GRANNY BELL’S FAMILY.

CHECK THE FOSTER SITE FOR LINEAGE.

NEWS REPORTS OF DEATH OF MARY ANN’S BROTHER JOHN MCNEIL.

DROWN JON MCNEIL The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW  1842 - 1954), Wednesday 25 June 1930

The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 – 1954), Wednesday 25 June 1930

http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article16687527

mcneil drown The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW 1842 - 1954), Friday 20 June 1930,

The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 – 1954), Friday 20 June 1930,

http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article16669403

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Granny Bell’s mother, Janet/Jessi McLean/McNeil later married DELAMORE WYNTER. Delamore was one of the founders of the TAREE ESTATE and a chemist and medical man.

http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article18801549

http://pandora.nla.gov.au/pan/10421/20041220-0000/www.firstfamilies2001.net.au/firstfamilydd1e.html

Surname:
WYNTER

Given Name(s):
William

Occupation(s):
Paymaster; Purser Royal Navy

Birth Details

Birth Town:
Plymouth

Birth County,
Region, Province:
Devon

Birth Country:
England UK

Birth Date:
1786

Death Details

Death Town:
Port Macquarie

Death State/Territory:
NSW

Death Country:
Australia

Death Date:
1853

Immigration Details

Landed:
Sydney NSW

Pyramus

Year Arrived:
1829

Surname:
DUKE

Given Name(s):
Elizabeth

Birth Details

Birth Country:
England UK

Birth Date:
1783

Death Details

Death Town:
Taree

Death State/Territory:
NSW

Death Country:
Australia

Death Date:
1869

Immigration Details

Sydney NSW

Ship
Pyramus

Year Arrived:
1829

Descendants

Children

WYNTER, Delamore
WYNTER, Douglas
WYNTER, Harold

WYNTER, Mary Stimson
WYNTER, Thomas Hutchinson
WYNTER, William

PHOTOGRAPHS COURTESY OF MARK ROGERS.

East Indiaman York  other vessels -Thomas LuneyTHE EAST INDIAMAN ‘YORK’ ON WHICH JAMES BELL WAS TRANSPORTED.
James Bell Ticket of Leave 1834JAMES BELL’s TICKET OF LEAVE.
norman bell son of james & wilhelminaNORMAN BELL SON OF JAMES BELL AND WILHELLMINA MCLEOD.
christina bell & elizabeth bellCHRISTINA AND ELIZABETH BELL ON THE TWEED RIVER.
christina bell & john quirkCHRISTINA AND HER HUSBAND JOHN QUIRK.
Granny Bell 2GRANNY BELL – MARY ANN MCNEILL.
Norman Bell - CopyNORMAN BELL, BROTHER OF JOHN AND BROTHER-IN-LAW TO MARY ANN (GRANNY).
Wilhelmina Bell Letters of Administration 1903WILHELLMINA BELL LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION.

MY THANKS ALSO TO THOSE GENEROUS CONTRIBUTORS WHO PREFER NOT TO BE NAMED ONLINE.

TOBERMORY ISLE OF MULL SCOTLAND

JANET MCLEAN

 
Caledonian Mercury (Edinburgh, Scotland), Monday, May 7, 1838; Issue 18419.

 TOBERMORY 1588Caledonian Mercury (Edinburgh, Scotland), Monday, May 7, 1838; Issue 18419.

2TOBERMORY 1588Caledonian Mercury (Edinburgh, Scotland), Monday, May 7, 1838; Issue 18419.

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IMMIGRATION AND EMIGRATION MATTERS IN THE LATE 1830s.

http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article2549499 The Hobart Town Courier Friday 12 January 1838, page 2. News 2380 words

THE NEWSPAPERS FEATURING SOME OF THE ISSUES INVOLVED IN EMIGRATION IN THE 1830s.

EMIGRATION 1838 1 article2550005-3-001The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser, Thursday 1 March 1838, page 2 bell_1_md
EM2article2550005-3-002The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser, Thursday 1 March 1838, page 2 bell_1_md
EM3article2550005-3-003The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser, Thursday 1 March 1838, page 2

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The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser, Tuesday 30 January 1838, page 3

1 EMIGRATION article2550109-3-001The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser, Tuesday 30 January 1838, page 3
http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article2550109

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The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser, Thursday 1 February 1838, page 2

DISEASE article2549868-3-001The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser, Thursday 1 February 1838, page 2

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Cite: http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article2541249

  • Immigration.
  • The following circular has been ad-
    dressed, by Mr. Ward Stephens, the
    editor and proprietor of the Sydney
    Herald, to many of the large, landed pro-
  • prietors in the agricultural counties of
    England. It is a matter of very little
    consequence to the Colonists of New
    South Wales, from what particular di-
    vision of the British Empire we receive
    our supplies of Immigrants, provided
    that care is taken in the selection, to
    insure the introduction of such only as
    are of good moral character and indus-
    trious habits.  READ ON
  • BY AN ANGLO AUSTRALIAN
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Individual    Relationship    Steps
JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN is the home person    0
JOHN MCNEIL    JOHN MCNEIL is a son of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    1
ALLAN MCNEIL    ALLAN MCNEIL is a son of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    1
ALEXANDER(ALICK) MCNEIL    ALEXANDER(ALICK) MCNEIL is a son of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    1
NEIL MCNEIL    NEIL MCNEIL is a son of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    1
ELIZA MCNEIL    ELIZA MCNEIL is a daughter of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    1
JANET MCNEIL    JANET MCNEIL is a daughter of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    1
GRACE MCNEIL    GRACE MCNEIL is a daughter of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    1
ELIZABETH SARAH MCNEIL    ELIZABETH SARAH MCNEIL is a daughter of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    1
PRISCILLA HARRIET MCNEIL    PRISCILLA HARRIET MCNEIL is a daughter of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    1
ANNIE MCNEIL    ANNIE MCNEIL is a daughter of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    1
MARY ANN MCNEIL    MARY ANN MCNEIL is a daughter of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    1
JOHN MCLEAN    JOHN MCLEAN is the father of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    1
GRACE MCGUINESS(MCINNES)    GRACE MCGUINESS(MCINNES) is the mother of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    1
DELAMORE WYNTER    DELAMORE WYNTER is the husband of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    1
JOHN MCNEIL    JOHN MCNEIL is the husband of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    1
MARY JANE MARTIN    MARY JANE MARTIN is a daughter-in-law of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN (the wife of her son)    2
JANET EASTON    JANET EASTON is a daughter-in-law of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN (the wife of her son)    2
NORMAN BELL    NORMAN BELL is a grandson of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    2
WILLIAM ALLEN BELL    WILLIAM ALLEN BELL is a grandson of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    2
JAMES A BELL    JAMES A BELL is a grandson of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    2
ROY MCNEIL BELL    ROY MCNEIL BELL is a grandson of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    2
LESLIE  D.R. BELL    LESLIE  D.R. BELL is a grandson of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    2
JANET BELL    JANET BELL is a granddaughter of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    2
WILHELMINA ELIZABETH BELL    WILHELMINA ELIZABETH BELL is a granddaughter of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    2
ANNE MCLEOD BELL    ANNE MCLEOD BELL is a granddaughter of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    2
MARY HENRIETTA BELL    MARY HENRIETTA BELL is a granddaughter of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    2
JOSEPH MOYNA    JOSEPH MOYNA is a son-in-law of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN (the husband of her daughter)    2
JAMES ANDERSON    JAMES ANDERSON is a son-in-law of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN (the husband of her daughter)    2
ALFRED E LAYT    ALFRED E LAYT is a son-in-law of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN (the husband of her daughter)    2
WILLIAM ANDERSON    WILLIAM ANDERSON is a son-in-law of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN (the husband of her daughter)    2
THOMAS FOSTER    THOMAS FOSTER is a son-in-law of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN (the husband of her daughter)    2
WILLIAM JAMES THOMSON    WILLIAM JAMES THOMSON is a son-in-law of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN (the husband of her daughter)    2
JOHN BELL    JOHN BELL is a son-in-law of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN (the husband of her daughter)    2
JOHN MCLEAN    JOHN MCLEAN is the paternal grandfather of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    2
MARY MACDONALD    MARY MACDONALD is the paternal grandmother of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    2
DONALD MCGUINESS(MCINNES)    DONALD MCGUINESS(MCINNES) is the maternal grandfather of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    2
ALAN MCCALMAN    ALAN MCCALMAN is the maternal grandmother of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    2
JOHN MCNEIL    JOHN MCNEIL is the father-in-law of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    2
JACK BELL    JACK BELL is a great-grandson of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    3
GARY BELL    GARY BELL is a great-grandson of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    3
ELAINE JOY BELL    ELAINE JOY BELL is a great-granddaughter of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    3
JOYCE BELL    JOYCE BELL is a great-granddaughter of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    3
BETTY BELL    BETTY BELL is a great-granddaughter of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    3
JEAN BELL    JEAN BELL is a great-granddaughter of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    3
JESSIE SARAH READY    JESSIE SARAH READY is the wife of a grandson of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    3

JAMES BELL    JAMES BELL is an in-law of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    3
WILHELMINA MCLEOD    WILHELMINA MCLEOD is an in-law of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN    3

JUDE    JUDE is a direct descendant of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN (4 generations; great-great-granddaughter)    4
LYNNE SANDERS    LYNNE SANDERS is a direct descendant of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN (4 generations; great-great-granddaughter)    4

SUSAN SANDERS    SUSAN SANDERS is a direct descendant of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN (4 generations; great-great-granddaughter)    4

BENJAMIN POMROY    BENJAMIN POMROY is a direct descendant of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN (5 generations; great-great-great-grandson)    5
JIM ROBERT BRAITHWAITE    JIM ROBERT BRAITHWAITE is a direct descendant of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN (5 generations; great-great-great-grandson)    5
KATI BRAITHWAITE    KATI BRAITHWAITE is a direct descendant of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN (5 generations; great-great-great-granddaughter)    5
CASSANDRA POMROY    CASSANDRA POMROY is a direct descendant of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN (5 generations; great-great-great-granddaughter)    5
JOSEFINE DEWBERRY    JOSEFINE DEWBERRY is a direct descendant of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN (5 generations; great-great-great-granddaughter)    5

MADELINE POPPY BRAITHWAITE    MADELINE POPPY BRAITHWAITE is a direct descendant of JESSIE/JENNET/JANET MCLEAN (6 generations; great-great-great-great-granddaughter)    6

IN THIS YEAR : 1838 -JESSIE – JENNET-JANET MCLEAN (later MCNEIL) ON THE BRILLIANT

 

1838
The BRILLIANT brought Scottish Bounty Immigrants including :
JESSIE(JENNET, JANET) MCLEAN MOTHER OF MARY ANN MCNEIL( later to become known as GRANNY BELL of LAURIETON, wife of the Invalid Mr John Bell. ) Janet was born in 1831 so she was only a child of 6-7 when she came. Her parents were JOHN MCLEAN and GRACE MCINNES(McGuiness)

The John Bells during the 1880s are said to have had a house at Palm Vale on the Tweed and the accident which invalided him. apparently rendering him unable to walk and preceding their removal to LAURIETON, took place in the sugar industry on the Tweed near CONDONG and TUMBULGUM.

Mary Ann married John  in 1878 in Taree.   

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immigration article4168774-3-001The Hobart Town Courier, Friday 17 November 1837, page 2 
http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article4168774
The Hobart Town Courier Friday 17 November 1837 Supplement: Supplement to the Hobart Town Courier., page 2.

The Hobart Town Courier, Friday 5 January 1838, page 2
With the BRILLIANT due later in JANUARY.

BUNMORAH article4167785-3-001The Hobart Town Courier, Friday 5 January 1838, page 2

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JESSIE – JENNETT – JANET MCLEAN AND THE BRILLIANT 1838

Caledonian Mercury (Edinburgh, Scotland), Saturday, October 14, 18372 EMBARKATION BRILLIANT

THIRD AND LAST EMBARKATION OF HIGHLANDERS TO AUSTRALIA FOR THE SEASON
Caledonian Mercury (Edinburgh, Scotland), Saturday, October 14, 1837; Issue 18331.

Ships to Australia 1837-39

From the British Parliamentary Papers of 1839 II – Respecting Emigration to the Colonies

http://www.theshipslist.com/ships/australia/au1838.htm

The Brilliant, a sailing ship of 428 tons, left Scotland for the Australian Colonies on September 27, 1837 and carried some 300 Scottish
people who were leaving their homeland under the bounty immigration system.

The selection was made by a selecting officer. 320 people embarked on the BRILLIANT and there was only one death recorded. The BRILLIANT was built in MONTREAL in 1834 and was 429 tons. She was taken up by the EMIGRATION DEPARTMENT on August 19 1837 in LEITH . The emigrants embarked in the HEBRIDES. The name of the owner was S PATERSON and she was hired at the rate of 4pounds 17/6 per ton.  A. Campbell was the Surgeon Superintendent on the voyage. The BRILLIANT departed on the 27 Sep 1837 and arrived in NSW on 27 Jan 1838. 126 days at sea with a touching at the Cape on 29 Nov 1837.
74 males.
84 females.
59 children between 14 and 7.
103 children under 7.
320 in total with 2 children born on the voyage.
The 1 death was that of a child.

"They Came in the Brilliant: A History of the McLaurin, McMee" Author: J. O. Randell

Title: They Came in the Brilliant: A History of the McLaurin, McMeekin and Paton Families
Publisher: Brown Prior Anderson Location: U.S.A.

From Log Of Logs, Vol.2. By Ian Nicholson
Brilliant, ship 428t, Gilkinson; Tobermory, Mull, 27/9 with 318 Highland
1837-1838 immigrants for Sydney.
+ Account of departure published in *Inverness Courier,
reproduced in
*Australian Biography & General Record, No. 15. (Sydney July
1990)

 

 

http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/AUS-IMMIGRATION-SHIPS/2007-12/1197018234

http://www.theshipslist.com/ships/australia/australia1837.htm

 

Watterson Family http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~watterson/wattersonrootsweb.html

McLeod Family of Ulmarra

  • Letters published in Sydney Morning Herald in January 1838 regarding the voyage of the "Brilliant"

NSW State Records film # 1288 SCOTTISH BOUNTY MIGRANTS.

ON THE BRILLIANT 1837-1838

JOHN McGREGOR .

John, Elizabeth and their young family came to Australia in 1838 on the ship "Brilliant" and settled in the Williams River area. They later moved to the Clarence River district where John and Elizabeth resided for the remainder of their lives.

John McGregor died 28th August, 1888 at Ulmarra, NSW, and Elizabeth on 25th August, 1869, also at Ulmarra.

http://www.angelfire.com/bc/juliette/page4.html

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ULMARRA 2008

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Meanwhile  Queen Victoria was being crowned as per following article

When Victoria Was Crowned; DESCRIPTION OF THE CORONATION OF 1838, BY AN EYE-WITNESS OF THE IMPOSING CEREMONIAL.

http://query.nytimes.com/gst/abstract.html?res=9F0CEED6103DEE32A25752C1A9639C946397D6CF

FROM THE CEMETERIES SITE OF GREAT LAKE HISTORICAL MUSEUM

http://greatlakeshistorical.museum.com/cemeteries.html
http://greatlakeshistorical.museum.com/krambach.html

Obituary notice.

Donald Cameron.

The death of Mr. Donald Cameron of Port Stephens of which the usual Obituary Notice was inserted in the "Empire" of Friday last deserves a more extended notice than it then and there received.

Mr. Cameron was a native of Ardnamurchan, Argyleshire, Scotland and was upwards of sixty years of age when he emigrated with his family to the colony per ship "Brilliant" which sailed from Tobar Mory in the Isle of Mull in the year 1838, being ninety years of age when he died on the 12th instant. READ ON

JANET/JENNETT MCLEAN ALSO SAILED FROM TOBER MORY IN THE ISLE OF MULL.

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TOBER MORY BY JAMES WISEMAN http://www.jameswiseman.com/tobermory.php

OTHER MCLEANS ON THE BRILLIANT.
Allan McLean and Janet McFarlane

http://jamesobrien.id.au/genealogy/allan-mclean-and-janet-mcfarlane/

Inverness Courier Index 1837, p212

A large body of emigrants sailed from Tobermory on the 27th of September for New South Wales. The vessel was the Brilliant, and its size and splendid fittings were greatly admired. “the people to be conveyed by this vessel are decidedly the most valuable that have ever left the shores of Great Britain; they are all of excellent moral character, and from their knowledge of agriculture, and management of sheep and cattle, must prove a most valuable acquisition to a colony like New South Wales.” The Rev. Mr Macpherson, of Tobermory, preached a farewell sermon before the party sailed. The total number of emigrants was 322, made up as follows:—From Ardnamurchan and Strontian, 105; Coll and Tiree, 104; Mull and lona, 56; Morven, 25; Dunoon, 28; teachers, 2; surgeons, 2. A visitor from New South Wales presented as many of the party as he met with letters of introduction, and expressed himself highly gratified with the prospect of having so valuable an addition to the colony. A Government agent superintended the embarkation.

THERE are a lot of MCLEANS on this BRILLIANT trip of 1838.
Some of them include:

MCLEAN Allan 49
Brilliant 24/01/1838
Wife 40; boat builder

MCLEAN Allan 28
Brilliant 24/01/1838
Wife 20; shepherd

MCLEAN Allan 19
Brilliant 24/01/1838
Unmarried; farm servant

MCLEAN Anne 18
Brilliant
Unmarried; country servant

MCLEAN Anne 15
Brilliant 24/01/1838
Unmarried; country servant

 

 

MORE MCLEANS ON THE BRILLIANT 1838

MCLEAN Archibald 22
Brilliant 24/01/1838
Unmarried; farm servant

MCLEAN Archibald 16
Brilliant 24/01/1838
Unmarried; farm servant

MCLEAN Bell 25 Brilliant
24/01/1838
Unmarried; housemaid

MCLEAN Charles 36
Brilliant  24/01/1838 

Wife 35; farm servant

MORE MCLEANS ON THE BRILLIANT 1838

MCLEAN Donald 28 Brilliant
Wife 30; mason

MCLEAN Donald 30
Brilliant
Wife 28; farm servant

MCLEAN Dugald 30
Unmarried; fam overseer

MCLEAN Ellen 20
Unmarried; country servant

MCLEAN Hugh 23
Unmarried; shepherd

MCLEAN Isabella 20
Unmarried; housemaid

MCLEAN James 16
Unmarried; farm servant

MCLEAN Janet 18
Unmarried; country servant

MCLEAN Janet 29
Unmarried; housemaid

MCLEAN John 32
Wife 28; farm servant

MCLEAN John 32
Wife 27; farm servant

MCLEAN Marion 68
Widow; farm housekeeper

MCLEAN Mary 27
Unmarried; housemaid

MCLEAN Roderick 35
Wife 35; farm servant

MCLEAN Roderick 30
Wife 22; farm servant

article2550732-3-001The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser, Saturday 27 January 1838

The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser, Saturday 27 January 1838

http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article2550732

brilliant article2550113-3-001The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser, Tuesday 30 January 1838, page 3
The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser, Tuesday 30 January 1838, page 3

http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article2550113

   

 

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The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser, Saturday 3 February 1838, page 4

http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article2547105