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

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Ann Solly

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Ann Solly

Ann Solly, 1801-1889; nee Collyer, married Henry Solly. Arrived in South Australia in December 1840 on board the ship the "Royal Admiral". Resided in Hindmarsh, Leasingham. Worked as a Wet nurse (1844).

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Caroline Sutherland

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Caroline Sutherland

Caroline Sutherland, 1833-1928; Arrived in South Australia in July 1840 on board the ship the "William Nichol". Resided in Brighton, Mount Gambier, Norwood, Burnside.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Mary Ann Shanks

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Mary Ann Shanks

Probably Mary Ann Shanks, c. 1818-1892; nee White, married Peter Campbell Shanks. Arrived in South Australia in August 1839 on board the ship the "Somersetshire". Resided in Adelaide. Worked as a Milliner.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Storer

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Storer

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 Simper

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Sarah Simper

Probably Sarah Simper, 1842-1919; nee Cottrell, married Charles Simper. Arrived in South Australia in December 1838 on board the ship the "Lloyds". Resided in Littlehampton, Stirling, Mount Barker.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Schundt

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Schundt

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 : Mary Ann Strong

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Mary Ann Strong

Mary Ann Strong, 1836-1878; nee Baker, married John Strong. Arrived in South Australia in December 1840 on board the ship the "Fairfield". Resided in Happy Valley.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Stead

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Stead

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 : Somerville

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Somerville

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 : Hannah Stratford

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Hannah Stratford

Probably Hannah Stratford, c. 1814-1876; nee O'Dea, married John Stratford. Arrived in South Australia in December 1840 on board the ship the "Birman". Resided in Hindmarsh.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Sparkes

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Sparkes

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 : Amelia Anne Summers

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Amelia Anne Summers

Probably Amelia Anne Summers, c. 1841-1931; nee Wright, married Samuel Summers. Arrived in South Australia in August 1839 on board the ship the "Somersetshire". Resided in Glenelg, Blackwood.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Elizabeth Saint

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Elizabeth Saint

Probably Elizabeth Saint, c. 1825-1910; nee Congdon, married Thomas Saint. Arrived in South Australia in December 1839 on board the ship the "Cleveland". Resided in Adelaide, Norwood, Kapunda. Worked as a Nurse.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Sarah Sparshott

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Sarah Sparshott

Probably Sarah Sparshott, c. 1813-1893; nee Parham, married James Sparshott. Arrived in South Australia in October 1837 on board the ship the "Katherine Stewart Forbes". Resided in Gawler River, Gawler.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Mary Sherriff

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Mary Sherriff

Mary Sherriff, 1813-1892; nee Shirriff, married William Sherriff. Arrived in South Australia in August 1839 on board the ship the "Georgiana". Resided in Morphett Vale. Worked as a farmer.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Shur

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Shur

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 : Eliza Shearing

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Eliza Shearing

Eliza Shearing, 1808-1874; nee Taylor, married George Shearing, Snr. Arrived in South Australia in March 1839 on board the ship the "Buckinghamshire". Resided in Hindmarsh.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Mary Ann Eames

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Mary Ann Eames

Probably Mary Ann Eames, 1843-1916; nee Stutely, married Edmund William Eames. Born in Adelaide, South Australia to Mary Stutely, nee Collins, and Joseph Francis Stutely. Worked as a boarding house keeper. Resided in Adelaide; Melbourne, Victoria.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Charlotte Hudson Stephens

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Charlotte Hudson Stephens

Charlotte Hudson Stephens, c. 1782-1875; nee Beare, married Samuel Stephens. Arrived in South Australia in July 1836 on board the ship the "Duke of York". Resided in Kangaroo Island, North Adelaide.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Harriet Staker

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Harriet Staker

Harriet Staker, c. 1809-1894; nee Paige, married Francis Staker. Arrived in South Australia in October 1837 on board the ship the "Katherine Stewart Forbes". Resided in The Pinery, Pine Forest, Allen’s Creek (near Kapunda).

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Sarah Stace

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Sarah Stace

Sarah Stace, c. 1810-1890; nee Levett, married Joseph Stace. Arrived in South Australia in October 1837 on board the ship the "Hartley". Resided in North Adelaide.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Syme

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Syme

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 : South

Group of [women] Old Colonists : South

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 : Shepherd

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Shepherd

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 : Spencer

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Spencer

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 Elizabeth Schroder

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Jane Elizabeth Schroder

Jane Elizabeth Schroder, c. 1820-1900; nee Rice, married George Schroder. Arrived in South Australia in August 1839 on board the ship the "Eudora" (from Hobart, Tasmania). Resided in Reedbeds, Adelaide, Norwood.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Stanton

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Stanton

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 Taylor Gregory

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Sarah Taylor Gregory

Sarah Taylor Gregory, 1834-1913; nee Squire, married Edward Gregory. Arrived in South Australia in June 1848 on board the ship the "Princess Royal". Resided in Dry Creek, Modbury.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Martha Jane Grinstead Silke

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Martha Jane Grinstead Silke

Martha Jane Grinstead Silke, c. 1820-1908; nee Painter, married Henry Oake Silke. Arrived in South Australia in July 1840 on board the ship the "Fairlie". Resided in Paradise.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Short

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Short

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.