Copy of 'Trusty' Passenger List


First Trip

Arrived Port Leschenault (Australind) 8 December 1842

Cabin Passengers

Allen H Allen, M.D.

Charlotte Allen

John Ferguson Esq.

Isabella Ferguson

Elizabeth Ferguson

John Ferguson

George Sadler

Henry Day

Alexander John Orr

Paid their Passage

Joseph Hooper

John Prideau

Maria Prideau

Eliza Prideau

Elizabeth Prideau

Alfred Feast

William Vance

Land Purchasers

John Loch

Maria Loch, his wife

Henry Loch

John Loch

Elizabeth Loch


James Aber, shepherd

William Arnold, labourer

Elizabeth Arnold

Arnold - 3 daughters

John Bishop, gardener

Elizabeth Bishop

Bishop - 1 son, 3 daughters

Elizabeth Bishop

William Bass

Mary Bass

Bass - 2 sons, 1 daughter

Louisa Bath, seamstress

John Bell, shepherd

Edward Clayfield

Elizabeth Clayfield

Elizabeth Clayfield

John Clayfield

Clayfield - 2 sons, 1 daughter

John Cranston, cabinet maker

Rebecca Cranston

John Dellaport, labourer

Emma Dellaport

John Forsyth, surveyor

William Forrest, engineer

Margaret Forrest

Forrest - 1 son

Gavin Forrest, bricklayer

Mary Forrest

Forrest - 2 sons, 2 daughters

John Heritage, stone mason

Mary Heritage

Hannah Heritage

Mary Ann

Emma Heritage

Charlotte Heritage

Heritage - 3 sons

Elizabeth Henderson, domestic

William Howells, agric. labourer

Elizabeth Howells

Howells - 1 son

Joseph Hamblyn, cabinet maker

Rebecca Hamblyn

James Jarvis, tailor

Helen Jarvis

Jarvis - 1 daughter

John Jones, agric. labourer

Elizabeth Jones

John Johnson, gardener

Mary Johnson

Johnson - 1 daughter

Joseph Kenworthy, blacksmith

Ann Kenworthy

Kenworthy - 2 sons, 1 daughter

Edward Letts, wheelwright

Abigale Letts

Letts - 1 son

William Letts, baker

Reuben Gardner, agric. labourer, quarrier

Ann Gardner

Alfred Gardner

Gardner - 1 son, 4 daughters

Jesse Gardner, sawyer

Jane Gardner

Gardner - 4 sons

Alexander McAndrew, shepherd

John Neale, shoemaker

Dinah Neale

Neale - 1 son

Alexander Nicholson, shepherd

Isaac Place, agric. labourer

Mary Place

Place - 3 sons 1 daughter

Thomas Ryan, rgh carpenter

Mary Ryan

Elizabeth Rickets, dressmaker

Thomas Spencer, bricklayer

Ann Spencer

Thomas William Smith

Ann Smith

Smith - 1 son

Thomas Mackay, carpenter

Clarissa Mackay

Clarissa Mackay

Eliza Mackay

Mackay - 4 daughters

James McCourt, agric. labourer

Mary McCourt

McCourt - 1 son, 1 daughter

William Spencer

Handy Tyler, sawyer

Eliza Tyler, servant

John Wells

Sarah Wells

John Wells

Wells - 3 sons, 2 daughters

James Wear, agric. labourer

Ann Wear

Wear - 3 sons, 1 daughter

Charles Wines, agric. labourer

Jane Wines

Wines - 1 son 3 daughters

John Wear, blacksmith

Catherine Wear

John Bavage Walker, sawyer


  1. Cabin Passengers: CSO Records 1843. Bunbury. Enclosure with letter from Govt. Resident, Bunbury, 4:2:1843

  2. Others: CSO Records 1841 - 57, WA Land Company Return dated 8:12:1842


Second Trip

Arrived Port Leschenault (Australind) 22 May 1844


Mr John Allnutt

Mr Benjamin Piggott

21 men, women and children

Total 23

No detailed list has yet been sighted. It is probable that Mr Piggott's brother James was also a passenger.


Notes for my Public and Private Journal from November 1843, MW Clifton.

Entry 22 May 1844, telling of the arrival of the 'Trusty' continues "She had 23 men women and children for us. 2 Land Purchasers only viz. Mr Allnutt and Mr Piggott."

The list is compiled from 'The History of the Harvey District' written by AC Staples in 1950


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