MISSING FRIENDS







MISSING FRIENDS




    
'Emigrants Leave Ireland', 
engraving by Henry Doyle (1827–1892), 
from Mary Frances Cusack's Illustrated History of Ireland, 1868

 Please note.. these are not all from Ireland.. 
They have not been researched, but are posted here on the off chance that they may help in your research. You can click to enlarge.



1879


The Lorgnette Melbourne, Sat 11 Jan 1879

SPOON





1893


Freeman's Journal (Sydney, NSW : 1850 - 1932), Saturday 6 May 1893, page 19
National Library of Australia   http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article115580746
ARNOLD, BRADY, BUTLER, BERGIN, DOUGHTY, FITZGERALD, GAYNOR, McMAHON, RYAN, WALSH




Freeman's Journal (Sydney, NSW : 1850 - 1932), Saturday 11 November 1893, page 19 
National Library of Australia  http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article115576198 

BARRETT, CROWLEY, FLYNN, JOYCE, SHANNON, KENEFICK, MAHER, MANNING, O'CONNOR, QUINLAN, DALY, LALOR, McMAHON, McCANN, ROCHE..





1897

The Worker, Wagga, NSW 23 Oct. 1897

BERNIE, MCDONALD, SHANAHAN



1899

The Age Melbourne 12 April 1899  Part a  &  b


TOOHEY, CAMERON B., WHARTON, GEISHA, GRACE, WYLDE/JOHNSON, JOEY, LORNE, PEARSON, SODERBERG,

This notice is a little different to most, a number of ads and some very cryptic messages .. wouldn't you just love to know the full stories behind these?


           



1902

Sunday Times (Perth, W.A. :1902-1954) Sunday 8 June 1902 p 3

BURCOMBE, DURHAM, EDWARDS, FOBRAY, HALL, HARRISON, SMITH, SOUTHBY, SUTTON, VILLENEUVE, WEBSTER,



Sunday Times (Perth, W.A. :1902-1954) Sunday 14 September 1902 p 4

ALLISON, BENNETT, DONOVAN, FREWER, MULLENS, PEARSON, WOODWARDS, SIMS, SKELTON, 

1903

Sunday Times (Perth, W.A. :1902-1954) Sunday 19 April, 1903, p7

ADAMS, BURRIDGE or BARRATT, BRANSON, BREWER, CRIPPS, HAWKINS, KNIGHT, LE CLERCQ, MADDISON, NELSON

Evening Journal (Adelaide, SA : 1869 - 1912), Saturday 14 February 1903, page 6

WALTON, GEDDIN, BARNETT, CREASEY, HART, KING, McCARROLL, PHELPS, RANSOM, RICHARDS, RICHARDSON, ROMAIN, ROSSIE, SAVAGE, TRAINER, VILLENEUVE.







1903

Evening Journal Adelaide 14 Feb 1903



WATOSN, GEDDIN, BARNETT, CFREASEY, HART, KING, McCARROLL, PHELPS, RANSOM, RICHARDS, RICHARDSON, ROMAIN, ROSSIE, SAVAGE, TRAINER, VILLENEUVE..







1905
Eastern District Chronicles  York, W.A. 26 Aug 1905

BRIDGES, MOSS, WINTEER, STRICKLAND, DYNON,




Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1923), Wednesday 5 February 1896, page 6 
National Library of Australia
http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article238688278 

WHELAN
Philip John Whelan, a chemist, has been missing since Monday from his home at Derwent-Street, Glebe. His friends are anxious about him, as he is subject to fits and also has heart disease. It is thought that he went to Bondi on Monday. Whelan is described as being 45 years of age, 5ft 10in in height, of florid complexion and slight build, dark hair, and beard turning grey. He was wearing a blue serge coat, grey trousers and hard (?) hat.
                             



KEANE, SLATTERY






1906

The Catholic Press (Sydney, NSW : 1895 - 1942)  Thu 13 Sep 1906  
Page 11  
KELLY, HAUGH



1907

Eastern District Chronicles  York, W.A. 16 Nov. 1907

DIETZMANN, WILLIAMS, FOX, O'FLANERTY alias FLAHERTY, MATHESON, BYFIELD, LEIPZIGER







1908

Eastern District Chronicles  York, W.A. 11 Jan. 1908

LORRY/LORRIE, MARTINO, HARRIS





Eastern Districts Chronicle (York, WA : 1877 - 1927), Saturday 21 March 1908, page 4 


National Library of Australia
http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article148613931 

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HARTE, MONAGHAN, TYMMS, FITZSIMMONS, IBISON, EDDY, ARTHUR, ANDERSON








Eastern Districts Chronicle (York, WA : 1877 - 1927), Saturday 2 May 1908, page 4

GRIGG, DESCHAMP, HUMMERSTON, NURTHEN, PARKER




Sunday Times (Perth)10 May 1908

ANDERSON, BENSON, BLAKE, CLARKE, DONNELLY, FRASER, LYNCH, MASON, MOLONY, PRICE, RILEY, SHIELDS, STONE, TORRINGTON, WATSON





1909

Sunday Times (Perth, W.A. :1902-1954) 29 August, p 8

ATKINSON, BARRY, CANDY, GOUGH, CAMERON, HAYES(PURCELL), HOLDEN, KELLY, MURRELL, MURRIN, RAND, WEEKES, WHEATLEY, WILSON,



1910


Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1923), Wednesday 23 March 1910, page 10 

LEWIS




1911


Globe Sydney 25 Oct 1911



HOGWOOD, NURSE (MACKARNESS), JONES (GRIFFITH), KEENAN, QUESTED, ELLERAY, MONAGHAN (CONNELLEY), THOMAS









1912


nla.news-article79875264.3 1912 WA  under heading 'Colonial Enquiries'
Sourced by Jillian Watts..

MRS. E. GREEN, HAROLD S.W. HANSON, RICHARD EDWARD NEWPORT,  WILLIAM APPLETON, HARRY APPLETON, GEORGE APPLETON, LILLIAN GERTRUDE, REGINALD NELSON, THOMAS BARGE






1914

Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954), Sunday 22 February 1914, page 15 

BAWDEN, BRADFIELD, BUTLER, FAHY, FLOYD, FINCH,GEAR, GRUNEEKLEE, INGRAM, PICKWORTH, PASSMORE, PRICE, SUMMERHAYES, SCOTT





1915

Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1923), Thursday 11 February 1915, page 5 


TRICKETT









1920



Sunday Times Perth 5 Dec 1920

DUNN, FREESTONE, GILLOW, MELLIGAN, TUGWOOD,






Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 - 1923), Friday 2 January 1920, page 3 


KILGANNON, EDWARDS (WILLIAM & WARBURTON), SHERWIN, SAUNDERS, 











1922

Sunday Times Perth 19 Nov 1922


BULWER, LESLIE




Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954), Sunday 30 April 1922, page 16 

BRADY, BURNE, COOPER, ELLIOTT, LAWSON, QUINN, MADDEN, RUDGE, SMITH, WARREN


Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954), Sunday 29 October 1922, page 16 

BOWERS, CRATON, KAIH, SMITH, WELTON/HORN, WESTON, ROCCHI




1923

Sunday Times Perth 25 Feb 1923

COCKERELL, HUIGHES, IRVINE, MONTAGUE, HENLEY



1925


Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954), Sunday 25 January 1925, page 12 

ROBERTS (Charles Edward), ROBERTS (George),  WEBSTER, 








1927

Sunday Times Perth 16 Jan 1927

MATTHEW-MAN




Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954), Sunday 4 September 1927, page 17 

BARKER, BRAY, COGGAN, CRANN, DIXON, DOHERTY, HOLLAND, LOCK, MARKE, MORRIS, PAULSON, O'CONNELL, OLDRIEVE, ROWETT, WATSON, WILLIAMS, WILMOT, WOODFORD











1928


Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954), Sunday 13 May 1928, page 3 

BRYMER, BULL, CARLISLE, HASSALL, SIM, SHERRY, STEPHENSON, TURNER








1939

The Argus, Melbourne 5 Oct 1939

HACKETT  plus cryptic messages...



9 comments:

  1. Very interesting. I guess it was so easy to just disappear from society back then. I wonder how many of these people were 'found'.

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    1. I wonder also, Bev. It saddens me to see that some haven't been heard of in many years... I realise communication wasn't easy, but it must have been so hard to leave families behind or have loved ones leave.
      Thanks for your comment.

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  2. Thank you for collating al of these - although none are relatives of mine - it was well worth a look, and I am sure it will help some with their research

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    1. I certainly hope it does help someone... keep looking now and then, as I add to this page as often as I can.
      Thanks for your comment, Flissie..

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  3. I keep hoping that one day my gt uncle will appear in lists like these, but I know his siblings made no effort to look for him

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    1. Donna, I wish you luck. Keep looking as you never know if perhaps a friend was searching for him.
      I'm still searching for my husband's great grandfather, missing from records since c 1873. I've ploughed through Police Gazettes, hospital registers, unclaimed letters ( found a few waiting for either him or his son, same name) anything I can think of. I've set Google alerts, TROVE alerts..for when new things are posted..read through so many odd lists, but he's still hiding.
      Surely they can't escape us forever.

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  4. I found a relation on the list Ellen Moloney, which I haven't been able to find out where she came from. Thank you

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    1. I am so pleased for you... that must have felt great. Thank you for letting me know.

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    2. For those wondering which list, it is 1908.. and Ellen left Cork to go to Sydney!

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