Group of [women] Old Colonists [mosaic] [B 19985] • Photograph

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Ellen Warland

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Ellen Warland

Probably Ellen Warland, 1828-1906. Arrived in South Australia in November 1838 on board the ship the "Rajasthan". Resided in Greenhill, Burnside.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Alice Ann Warland

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Alice Ann Warland

Probably Alice Ann Warland, 1835-1914; married Robert Jones. Arrived in South Australia in November 1838 on board the ship the "Rajasthan". Resided in Greenhill, Parkside, Burnside.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Mary Wardle

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Mary Wardle

Mary Wardle, 1813-1899; nee Daniels, married Michael Wardle. Arrived in South Australia in June 1839 on board the ship the "Sir Charles Forbes". Resided in Encounter Bay, Reynella, Crystal Brook, Yalpara, Orroroo.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Watkins

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Watkins

Photographic mosaic (composite)arranged by Adelaide photographer Henry Jones bearing the inscription 'Group of Old Colonists'. The majority of the women depicted arrived in South Australia, or were born there, between 1836 and 1840. In May 1872 Jones placed advertisements in the Adelaide press inviting 'lady old colonists' to attend his studio to have their portraits taken for 'a companion group' to the mosaic he has creating of men who attended the Old Colonists Banquet at the Adelaide Town Hall on 28 December 1871 (see B 47769). Women had been excluded from the banquet by its host Emanuel Solomon. Jones began photographing women in June 1872 and was still taking photographs for the mosaic in 1881, the year that the work was completed. The mosaic was later owned by pastoralist Thomas Bowman who donated it to the Public Library of South Australia in 1909. The mosaic contains 598 portraits arranged in roughly alphabetical order.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Hepzibah Westwood

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Hepzibah Westwood

Hepzibah Westwood, c. 1810--1879; nee Debney, married James Halliday, then Joseph Jewell Westwood. Arrived in South Australia in December 1838 on board the ship the "Lloyds". Resided in Bowden, Norwood, Stone Hut. Worked as a storekeeper.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Honor Williams

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Honor Williams

Honor Williams, c. 1790-1876; nee Wallis, married Thomas Williams. Arrived in South Australia in February 1840 on board the ship the "Java". Resided in Willunga.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Mary Ann Wickham

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Mary Ann Wickham

Mary Ann Wickham, c. 1824-1896; nee Steer, married James Wright, then Benjamin Wickham, then Daniel Hutchinson. Arrived in South Australia in May 1839 on board the ship the "Hooghly". Resided in Melrose, McLaren Vale, McLaren Flat.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Weston

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Weston

Photographic mosaic (composite)arranged by Adelaide photographer Henry Jones bearing the inscription 'Group of Old Colonists'. The majority of the women depicted arrived in South Australia, or were born there, between 1836 and 1840. In May 1872 Jones placed advertisements in the Adelaide press inviting 'lady old colonists' to attend his studio to have their portraits taken for 'a companion group' to the mosaic he has creating of men who attended the Old Colonists Banquet at the Adelaide Town Hall on 28 December 1871 (see B 47769). Women had been excluded from the banquet by its host Emanuel Solomon. Jones began photographing women in June 1872 and was still taking photographs for the mosaic in 1881, the year that the work was completed. The mosaic was later owned by pastoralist Thomas Bowman who donated it to the Public Library of South Australia in 1909. The mosaic contains 598 portraits arranged in roughly alphabetical order.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Ellen McLeod Wilson

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Ellen McLeod Wilson

Probably Ellen McLeod Wilson, 1826-1901; nee Reeves, married Allen Wilson. Arrived in South Australia in November 1839 on board the ship the "Minerva (from Tasmand)". Resided in Mount Barker.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Elizabeth Taylor

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Elizabeth Taylor

Elizabeth Taylor, c. 1828-1899; nee Warner, married Charles Sandford, then George Reuben Taylor. Arrived in South Australia in May 1840 on board the ship the "Eliza". Resided in Adelaide, Hermitage, Millbrook.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Elizabeth Washington

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Elizabeth Washington

Elizabeth Washington, c. 1837-1918; nee Neale, married George Washington. Arrived in South Australia in December 1839 on board the ship the "Duchess of Northumberland". Resided in Hilton.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Harriet Warner

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Harriet Warner

Harriet Warner, 1799-1880; nee Wooler, married Edward Warner. Arrived in South Australia in May 1840 on board the ship the "Eliza". Resided in Hermitage.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Watson

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Watson

Photographic mosaic (composite)arranged by Adelaide photographer Henry Jones bearing the inscription 'Group of Old Colonists'. The majority of the women depicted arrived in South Australia, or were born there, between 1836 and 1840. In May 1872 Jones placed advertisements in the Adelaide press inviting 'lady old colonists' to attend his studio to have their portraits taken for 'a companion group' to the mosaic he has creating of men who attended the Old Colonists Banquet at the Adelaide Town Hall on 28 December 1871 (see B 47769). Women had been excluded from the banquet by its host Emanuel Solomon. Jones began photographing women in June 1872 and was still taking photographs for the mosaic in 1881, the year that the work was completed. The mosaic was later owned by pastoralist Thomas Bowman who donated it to the Public Library of South Australia in 1909. The mosaic contains 598 portraits arranged in roughly alphabetical order.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Arabella Charlotte Williams

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Arabella Charlotte Williams

Arabella Charlotte Williams, 1831-1906; nee Beare, married George Edwin Williams. Arrived in South Australia in July 1836 on board the ship the "Duke of York". Resided in Adelaide, Marryatville, Auburn.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Wilman

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Wilman

Photographic mosaic (composite)arranged by Adelaide photographer Henry Jones bearing the inscription 'Group of Old Colonists'. The majority of the women depicted arrived in South Australia, or were born there, between 1836 and 1840. In May 1872 Jones placed advertisements in the Adelaide press inviting 'lady old colonists' to attend his studio to have their portraits taken for 'a companion group' to the mosaic he has creating of men who attended the Old Colonists Banquet at the Adelaide Town Hall on 28 December 1871 (see B 47769). Women had been excluded from the banquet by its host Emanuel Solomon. Jones began photographing women in June 1872 and was still taking photographs for the mosaic in 1881, the year that the work was completed. The mosaic was later owned by pastoralist Thomas Bowman who donated it to the Public Library of South Australia in 1909. The mosaic contains 598 portraits arranged in roughly alphabetical order.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Sarah Williams

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Sarah Williams

Sarah Williams, 1822-1895; nee Teakle, married John Williams. Arrived in South Australia in October 1837 on board the ship the "Katherine Stewart Forbes". Resided in Balhannah, Mount Barker.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Wearing

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Wearing

Photographic mosaic (composite)arranged by Adelaide photographer Henry Jones bearing the inscription 'Group of Old Colonists'. The majority of the women depicted arrived in South Australia, or were born there, between 1836 and 1840. In May 1872 Jones placed advertisements in the Adelaide press inviting 'lady old colonists' to attend his studio to have their portraits taken for 'a companion group' to the mosaic he has creating of men who attended the Old Colonists Banquet at the Adelaide Town Hall on 28 December 1871 (see B 47769). Women had been excluded from the banquet by its host Emanuel Solomon. Jones began photographing women in June 1872 and was still taking photographs for the mosaic in 1881, the year that the work was completed. The mosaic was later owned by pastoralist Thomas Bowman who donated it to the Public Library of South Australia in 1909. The mosaic contains 598 portraits arranged in roughly alphabetical order.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Barbara Whitfield

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Barbara Whitfield

Barbara Whitfield, 1815-1888; nee Wilkie, married James Watt, then William James Whitfield. Arrived in South Australia in November 1838 on board the ship the "Rajasthan". Resided in Oakbank, Mannum.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Wymore

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Wymore

Photographic mosaic (composite)arranged by Adelaide photographer Henry Jones bearing the inscription 'Group of Old Colonists'. The majority of the women depicted arrived in South Australia, or were born there, between 1836 and 1840. In May 1872 Jones placed advertisements in the Adelaide press inviting 'lady old colonists' to attend his studio to have their portraits taken for 'a companion group' to the mosaic he has creating of men who attended the Old Colonists Banquet at the Adelaide Town Hall on 28 December 1871 (see B 47769). Women had been excluded from the banquet by its host Emanuel Solomon. Jones began photographing women in June 1872 and was still taking photographs for the mosaic in 1881, the year that the work was completed. The mosaic was later owned by pastoralist Thomas Bowman who donated it to the Public Library of South Australia in 1909. The mosaic contains 598 portraits arranged in roughly alphabetical order.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Watkins

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Watkins

Photographic mosaic (composite)arranged by Adelaide photographer Henry Jones bearing the inscription 'Group of Old Colonists'. The majority of the women depicted arrived in South Australia, or were born there, between 1836 and 1840. In May 1872 Jones placed advertisements in the Adelaide press inviting 'lady old colonists' to attend his studio to have their portraits taken for 'a companion group' to the mosaic he has creating of men who attended the Old Colonists Banquet at the Adelaide Town Hall on 28 December 1871 (see B 47769). Women had been excluded from the banquet by its host Emanuel Solomon. Jones began photographing women in June 1872 and was still taking photographs for the mosaic in 1881, the year that the work was completed. The mosaic was later owned by pastoralist Thomas Bowman who donated it to the Public Library of South Australia in 1909. The mosaic contains 598 portraits arranged in roughly alphabetical order.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Wilson

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Wilson

Photographic mosaic (composite)arranged by Adelaide photographer Henry Jones bearing the inscription 'Group of Old Colonists'. The majority of the women depicted arrived in South Australia, or were born there, between 1836 and 1840. In May 1872 Jones placed advertisements in the Adelaide press inviting 'lady old colonists' to attend his studio to have their portraits taken for 'a companion group' to the mosaic he has creating of men who attended the Old Colonists Banquet at the Adelaide Town Hall on 28 December 1871 (see B 47769). Women had been excluded from the banquet by its host Emanuel Solomon. Jones began photographing women in June 1872 and was still taking photographs for the mosaic in 1881, the year that the work was completed. The mosaic was later owned by pastoralist Thomas Bowman who donated it to the Public Library of South Australia in 1909. The mosaic contains 598 portraits arranged in roughly alphabetical order.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Woods

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Woods

Photographic mosaic (composite)arranged by Adelaide photographer Henry Jones bearing the inscription 'Group of Old Colonists'. The majority of the women depicted arrived in South Australia, or were born there, between 1836 and 1840. In May 1872 Jones placed advertisements in the Adelaide press inviting 'lady old colonists' to attend his studio to have their portraits taken for 'a companion group' to the mosaic he has creating of men who attended the Old Colonists Banquet at the Adelaide Town Hall on 28 December 1871 (see B 47769). Women had been excluded from the banquet by its host Emanuel Solomon. Jones began photographing women in June 1872 and was still taking photographs for the mosaic in 1881, the year that the work was completed. The mosaic was later owned by pastoralist Thomas Bowman who donated it to the Public Library of South Australia in 1909. The mosaic contains 598 portraits arranged in roughly alphabetical order.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Woods

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Woods

Photographic mosaic (composite)arranged by Adelaide photographer Henry Jones bearing the inscription 'Group of Old Colonists'. The majority of the women depicted arrived in South Australia, or were born there, between 1836 and 1840. In May 1872 Jones placed advertisements in the Adelaide press inviting 'lady old colonists' to attend his studio to have their portraits taken for 'a companion group' to the mosaic he has creating of men who attended the Old Colonists Banquet at the Adelaide Town Hall on 28 December 1871 (see B 47769). Women had been excluded from the banquet by its host Emanuel Solomon. Jones began photographing women in June 1872 and was still taking photographs for the mosaic in 1881, the year that the work was completed. The mosaic was later owned by pastoralist Thomas Bowman who donated it to the Public Library of South Australia in 1909. The mosaic contains 598 portraits arranged in roughly alphabetical order.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Jane Underdown

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Jane Underdown

Probably Jane Underdown, 1834-1898; nee Herring, married John Squire Underdown. Arrived in Tasmania in November 1842. Date of later arrival in South Australia not known. Resided in Peachey Belt, Marion. Worked as a farmer.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Ann Verco

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Ann Verco

Ann Verco, c. 1811-1875; nee Cooke, married James Crabb Verco. Arrived in South Australia in December 1840 on board the ship the "Brightman". Resided in North Adelaide.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Emma Terrell

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Emma Terrell

Probably Emma Terrell, 1815-1903; nee Thomas, married Thomas Terrell. Arrived in South Australia in January 1838 on board the ship the "Royal Admiral". Resided in North Adelaide.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Sarah Tilly

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Sarah Tilly

Sarah Tilly, 1828-1908; nee Adams, married Edward Tilly. Arrived in South Australia in December 1836 on board the ship the "Buffalo". Resided in Echunga, Bull's Creek, Condowie Plains, Maitland.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Elizabeth Joan Townsend

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Elizabeth Joan Townsend

Elizabeth Joan Townsend, 1828-1900; nee Hannaford, married George Green Townsend. Arrived in South Australia in December 1840 on board the ship the "Brightman". Resided in Birdwood, Coghill Creek.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Ann Tapp

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Ann Tapp

Probably Ann Tapp, c. 1829-1912; nee Wright, married Barnett Grandfield, then William Weeks Tapp. Arrived in South Australia in c. 1837 on board the ship the "[unknown]". Resided in Alberton, Queenstown. Worked as a General storekeeper.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Mary Tibby

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Mary Tibby

Probably Mary Tibby, 1836-1887; nee Stratford, married Thomas Tibby. Arrived in South Australia in February 1837 on board the ship the "John Renwick". Resided in Hindmarsh.