|Title||Arrival Year||Ship Name||Story||Panel #|
|PORLEY, Thomas & Sarah||1829||Marquis of Anglesea||
Arrived, bonded servants to R Partridge aboard Anglesea 23/8/1829, Children Caroline (b.-/5/1823, d.York 9/7/1897), Ambrose (b.-/-/1824, d. York...
David was an indentured servant to the Henty Family. He worked for James Drummond who established the first Botanic Gardens between the Swan River...
|PARSONS, J, A & Family||1830||Rockingham||
John & Ann Parsons & family lived in Guildford & also built a house at Swan. After John died, the family moved to Albany region. Some...
|PEARSE, William Silas||1830||Egyptian||
Original farm now North Quay. Married Susannah Hallett Glyde had ten children. The five sons prominent in West Kimberley Murchison Dongara...
|PARKER, Stephen & Susanna||1830||Hooghly||
From Northbourne in Kent with six children. Arrived at Clarence (temporary town). Given allotments in Guildford. Moved to York in 1836 (...
Arrived as one of eleven immigrant children sponsored by "Wittenoom's Juvenile Emmigration Committee". They were apprenticed to applicants who...
|PETHER, WT & Elizabeth||1838||Britomart||
Contracts include repairs to Government House and buildings on Rottnest. Contributor of C of E Church in Perth supplying and installing windows....
|PUSEY, William Dobson||1840||Runnymeade||
William Dobson Pusey arrived on Runnymede 1840? from Van Diemen's Land. Private in 51st Regt. Appointed Police Constable at York 1841 &...
|PAYNE, George & Julia||1841||Parkfield||
George was an exceptional craftsman. He built a flourmill and the 50 ton schooner "Citizen of London" from pit sawn timber. The mill was built on...
|PIESSE, William Roper||1841||Sterling||
William Roper Piesse farmed Northam until 1850 - Police Constable Toodyay 1851: Northam 1852: Guildford 1864: Sub Inspector Northam 1865 - 1878:...
|POMEROY, J & Family||1842||Diadem||
Born 1784 Arlington, Somerset. Son of Richard (b 1760's) & Mary Pomeroy who are both buried in East Perth Cemetery. Arrived Fremantle per...
|POSTLETHWAITE, Phoebe HG||1843||Lady Grey||
Phoebe's grandfather was a missionary in Africa whose family was massacred in an attack. Martha (Phoebe's mother), escaped the attack and was...
Received early 'Ticket of Leave' in 24/9/1851. Married first white female born in WA. Labourer, timber worker, Pinjarra area. Had 12 children,...
Arrived on the first convicts ship (wife & 2 children in England & wife died in 1854). Granted Ticket of Leave in 1851. Burglary - 14...
|PILKINGTON, Richard||1853||Phoebe Dunbar||
Convict No 2449. Ticket of leave 7/09/1859. Married Emily Burke 31/03/1870, who was born in 1851 in Galway and came to fremantle on the Strathmore...
|PRIOR, George & Elizabeth||1853||Sabrina||
George Prior was born in Hertfordshire and moved to London where he married a widow Elizabeth Ann Snowden (nee Gotten). The family came to...
|PYKE, Joseph & Eliza||1856||Shanghai||
Arrived with two children Rebekah (4) and Sidney (1). Owned Greenhills at York. Was first President of York Roads Board. Was first Mayor of York...
|PRICE, James & Annie||1861||Tartar||
Reverand Price was the first Rector of St John's Anglican church Pinjarra
He was sent to Australia as a convict (convict 6408). He was granted a Conditional Pardon 18/08/1864. He worked as a bricklayer and labourer. He...
|PAISLEY, Thomas & Margaret||1863||Merchantman||
Transferred from Bermuda & escorted convicts to Fremantle. In charge of Toodyay Convict Depot 1863. 6 children were born in WA but 4 died in...
|PAYNE, George Canham||1865||Racehorse||5|
Enrolled pensioner guard. Private rifle brigade - promoted to Sgt at Fremantle Gaol. Married Mary Carroll listed as child passenger on Belgravia...
|PULLAN, Charles Richard||1878||Lady Elizabeth||
Worked as a Farm Labourer. Married Elizabeth Spratt 21/12/1884 at Mount Pleasant Church, Albany Road, Arthur River. Father of nine, Lucy, Martha,...
|PINKER, John & Jane||1884||Vale of Doon||
John & Jane were married in Islington, Middlesex 25th Oct 1863. John born Box, Wiltshire to James & Mary. Chandler Jane born Islington to...
|PAGE, James Elijah||1886||Helena Mena||
James Elijh Page married & had seven children & twenty one grandchildren. He lived to the grand old age of 88.
|PINKER, Thomas & Family||1886||Otago||
Thomas Pinker born 15/4/1849 & died 5/11/1886 of Typhoid Fever 6 months after arrival.
|POWER, William & Margaret||1887||Enderslie||
William arrived in Fremantle on the Enderslie with mother, Margaret Power, to join his father Thomas Power
|PLAYNE, CM & Family||1887||Arcadia||
Born 10th May 1851 in Avening, Gloucestershire. Educated Repton & Oxford. Woolen cloth manufacturer. Family owned 5 woolen mills in Nailsworth...
|POTTS, Edward & Jane||1888||Austral||
Jane Potts nee Jenkins. Edward Senior laid the foundation stone for Albany Baptist Church 25/12/1907. Margaret married James Edward Preece and...
Employed by Great Southern Railway, part of WA Land Co. This railway was taken over by WAGR 1896. The Parker's were accompanied by their first son...
Born Islington, London. Remained in England when family emmigrated in 1884. Reunited 1889 after a voyage of 111 days. Married 1891 to HE Speak....
|PROSSER, William H & Emily||1891||Gulf Of Martaban||
William Henry & Emily Prosser migrated to WA after several of their elder children had earlier settled here after moving from Victoria. Left...
|PASSARIS, Anthony & Maria||1898||Unknown||
Married Maria Economis 1907. Children: Despo Mitchell 13/01/1909, Zoye Carandonis 11/01/1911, Evangaline Bassil 26/02/1913, Dorrie Moscovis 27/11/...
William & Frances Pickles arrived with sons, Albert, John & Fred; William's parents, John & Elizabeth, sister Annie & her husband...
|PRENDERGAST, PJ & AN||1900||Persic||
Patrick Joseph & Alicia arrived with 3 children in 1900.3 more were born in Perth Aileen 9/3/01 Irene 18/07/04 & Francis 27/11/10. "...
Fought for Australia in WWI infrance 16th Battallion of Australian Army, 18th reinforcement 4th Division. POW Limberg 11/1/17. WWII enlisted...
Original Sister Kates orphans,served with 51st Battalion in eurpoe ww1, served on Midland Council for 30 years. RSL Life Member, has street named...
Hardworking and respectful of others.
|PHIPPS, Roger & Lottie||1903||Oldenburg||
Two children came from England, William Phipps and Cecelia Phipps. In November 1903 Cecelia and newborn boy died from diphtheria and were buried...
|PAINI, Martino & Adolfo||1905||Omrah||
Martino Paini came from Montagna, Sondrio. He was from a very poor family. His family came to Australia & settled in Kojonup where they took...
Gregorio, later known as George arrived alone spent his first year or two on the goldfields at Kanowna WA He was joined by his wife and two...
Worked in saw mills in Green Bushes & Pemberton (Big Brook). Returned to Italy in 1910 for National Service in the Navy on dreadnaughts &...
|PAGES, Miguel & Fermina||1906||Orontes||
Miguel and Fermina Pages left Catalunya in 1906 and settled the Foothills in Gosnells. With their 6 children, they became pioneers of the district...
|PARKER, Wm, Mary & Family||1906||Ortona||
In response to promise of owning land Parkers migrated to settle on 160 acre block costing £1 at Muradup, travelling to Katanning by train then by...
Walter Pow's family arrived in Western Australia on the Ormuz in 1907.