ABN 57 934 755 725

Reg. No. A 0007322F


Ballarat Benevolent Society - Register of Inmates

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Alphabetical Listing: Baa - Baz

April 2018

Consolidated Registers of Inmates 1860-1925

Surname Given Name Number Occupation Place of .custom-msg { Residence Birth Place Age (Years) Parents' Names Married or Single Issue Arrived in Colony Religion Ground of text-align: center;background-color: #fff; Application By Whom Recommended Date of Admission Period for
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Discharge date Discharge Cause Died  Remarks Source Event Year
Baber Thomas 130     England 78         C.E.                 Register of Inmates 1895-1928: Summary 1874-1907 1874-1907 Summ.
Badcock Elizabeth 3444 Dressmaker Peel St., Ballarat Geelong 22 John & Elizabeth Single   1856 C.E. Pregnant J.J. Fitzgerald Esq. President 19 Nov. 1878   17 Dec. 1878     Delivered of a Still born male Infant at 9 p.m. on the 29th November, 1878 by Dr. Holthouse. Her time having expired as a confinement and the Medical informed the Matron, she was struck off here book, then left with Instructions from Mrs. P? to call on the 18th having obtained a situation. Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1863
Bannister William 513 Shepherd Kyneton Manchester, Engl. 64 Meredith & Francis Single nil 1839 C.E. Blindness Dr. Twentyman Esq., V.P. 21 Apr. 1864 174 11 Oct. 1864     On his own request, and being cautioned by the Master as to his unfitness for so doing Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1864
Bannister William 606 Labourer Lall Lall Manchester, Engl. 65 Meredith & Francis Single - 1823 R.C. Old & infirm House Committee 24 Oct. 1864 37 29 Nov. 1864     No tobacco or extras allowed. on Thursday the 24th of November, he refused to clean the .footer {text-align:center; color:#ccc; width:100%; padding:40px 0 0} knives and .clearfix:after{visibility:hidden;display:block;font-size:0;content:" ";clear: both;height:0} forks, was very insolent in his tone and * html .clearfix{zoom:1} manner, was reported to the Visiting Committee the .footer a {color:#999; font-size:11px; text-decoration:none; word-wrap: break-word;} same evening, but ?? and was reported to the General Committee and *:first-child+html .clearfix{zoom:1} ordered to @media only screen and (max-width:767px) { be discharged from the Asylum. Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1864
Bannister William 656 Shepherd Kyneton Manchester, Engl. 65 Meredith & Francis Single nil 1839 C.E. ? Blind & Lame General Committee 6 Feb. 1865 65 3 Apr. 1865     Came from Jail, having been in for vagrancy. Left the Asylum without permission on the morning of .privacy{text-align: center;padding-bottom: 10px; width: 100%;margin-top: 278px} the 11th and 6 1/4 a.m. , came back about 1/4 to 8 a.m. and laid himself down in the garden, was given in charge for vagrancy. Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1865
Bannister William 1415 Shepherd Wangaratta Manchester, England 68 Meredith & Thomas Single nil 1823 C.E. Nearly Blind General Committee 12 Jan. 1869   30 Jan. 1869     Complained of his trousers not being large enough was directed to .website{margin:0 auto;float: none;width:280px;font-size: 25px} put them on this Taylors Shop. He came with them all undone in front of .privacy a{color:#333333;text-align: center;font-size: 11px} the Laundry, and when spoken to div.search-form{margin:0 auto;} by the Wardsman & Myself, was abusive, so gave notice and left soon after, returning the several articles had given him. Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1869
Bannon     Male Infant                     - - -     Child lived for 2 hours ( Male Child ) 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. Register of Inmates Lying-In Wards 1895-1921 1921/22
Bannon Mrs. Annie Kathleen                         11 Aug. 1921 13 23 Aug. 1921       Register of Inmates Lying-In Wards 1895-1921 1921/22
Barber Mrs. Eleanor 84 Housewife Carryong Carryong 23 Charles & Jane Married - Native C.E. Pregnant President 28 Aug. 1907   2 Sept. 1907     Left of her own accord. Pd. 10/- Register of Inmates Lying-In Wards 1892-1916 1907/08
Barber Thomas 46 Labourer Wanderer Cambridge, England 74 Thomas & Mary Ann Single Nil 1857 C.E. Infirm Gen. Committee 9 Dec. 1902 203     28 July, 1907 1.2 Register of Inmates 1898-1907 1902/03
Barber Thomas       England 77         C.E.             28 July, 1907 1.20 p.m. Register of Inmates 1898-1907 1905/06
Barber Thomas Alias See Barker, Thomas Barber Thomas                                  
Barbey Kate 31 Servant Grenville Geelong 29 Henry & Flora Single 2 Native C.E. Pregnant Em. Case 17 Apr. 1897 26 12 May, 1897     Third time Register of Inmates Lying-In Wards 1892-1916 1896/97
Barbey     Female Child   Born in the Asylum   Kate       C.E.     29 Apr. 1897   12 May, 1897       Register of Inmates Lying-In Wards 1892-1916 1896/97
Barby ( alias Grant ) Ada   Servant Cargarie Inverleigh nr. Geeling 23 Henry & Florence Barby Single 1 1865 Presbyterian Pregnant J. Hickman Esq. President 3 Feb. 1888 2nd. 14 Mar. 1888     Gave notice and left herself and Infant in good health to .logo{float: none;} proceed home by the Durham Coach and input{outline:none} on to Carngham by Cab, she made complaint to .footer-related li{width: 100%;padding-bottom: 5px; display: block;} extra attention being paid to the inmate Mrs. Harkin who had first, and dangerous confinement. Register of Inmates 1881-1889 1887/88
Barby      A Male Child   Born in the Asylum   Ada Illegitimate   1888 Presbyterian Force of Circumstances   28 Feb. 1888   13 Mar. 1888     1 a.m. ( n. ) Register of Inmates 1881-1889 1887/88
Barby ( alias Ada Grant ) Catharine 5028 Servant Cargary Inverleigh Grant, Victoria 17 Henry & Honora Single   1865 Presbyterian Pregnant & Destitute J.J. Phillips Esq. President 18 Sept. 1882 79 6 Dec. 1882     Gave notice and left herself and Infant in good health, as the .footer-related{text-align: center;padding: 20px 15px;margin-bottom: 20px;background-color: #252d37; margin-top: 40px;} means to .website .domain{font-size: 22px;padding-top: 7px} get home her Rail & Coach fare paid to Gargaree 5/- seen off by Mrs. Briggs [ SEE #5065 ] Register of Inmates 1881-1889 1882
Barby Kate 19 Servant Grenville Geelong 32 Harry & Julia Single 3 Native C.E. Pregnant Em. Case 6 Feb. 1899 40 11 Mar. 1899     Four times admitted Register of Inmates Lying-In Wards 1892-1916 1898/99
Barby     Male Child   Born in the Asylum   Kate Ada     Native C.E.     5 Mar. 1899 13 18 Mar. 1899       Register of Inmates Lying-In Wards 1892-1916 1898/99
Barclay   1364 Male Child Born at the Asylum     Ellen Barclay Illegitimate   1868 R.C. Force of Circumstances   18 Oct. 1868   9 Nov. 1868     4 a.m. Left with its mother in good health 1/4 to 3 p.m. Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1868
Barclay Ellen 1359 Servant Ballarat Dublin 26 Hugh & Margaret Single nil 1861 R.C. Pregnant J. Doane Esq. President per Dr. King 8 Oct. 1868   9 Nov. 1868     Gave notice and left, her child and herself in good health and a situation to .website img{width: 40px} go to. Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1868
Barker Eliza 197 Home Duties Amherst Portsoy, Scot. 88 John & Ann Widow Nil 52 years Presbyterian Old Age Ex. Committee 18 May, 1909       15 July, 1909 O.A.P. 25 minutes past 2 p.m. Register of Inmates 1907-1915 1908/09
Barker James 301 Miner Smythesdale York, England 71 Thomas & Jane Widower nil 1852 Church of England Old age & Rhumation R. Lewis President 3 Feb. 1863 225 15 Sept. 1863     Left of his own request being in expectation of .privacy a:hover{text-decoration: underline} obtaining a situation as lime burner on the Pentland Hills Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1863
Barker James 733 Miner Creswick York, England 73 Thomas & Jane Widower nil 1852 C.E. Old & Infirm W. Scott Esq. President 14 Aug. 1865 179 16 Mar. 1866     On his own request being quite able he said to .popular-searches li a{background-size: 20px; padding-left: 0px;} earn his own living and body{-webkit-text-size-adjust:100%;font-size:14px;font-family: going to Lucky Womans to .popular-searches ul.first{width:95%;} mine Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1865
Barker James     Creswick                           17 August. 1868  at 1 a.m. died of apoplexy Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1868
Barker John                         24 May, 1919           Register of Inmates 1895-1921 - Ordinary Inmates 1901/21
Barker Joshua                         6 June, 1921           Register of Inmates 1895-1921 - Ordinary Inmates 1901/21
Barker Sarah 455   Wendouree Asylum Tasmania - Not given Married     C.E.     2 Jan. 1912         Wendouree Asylum Register of Inmates 1907-1915 1911/12
Barker Sarah 869 F.   Native -         C.E.     2 Jan. 1912         Wendouree Asylum Register of Inmates 1895-1921: Summary 1911/12 1911/12 Summ.
Barker Sarah 227                       19 Aug. 1913   4 Dec. 1913     From Wendouree. Returned Register of Inmates 1907-1915 1913/14
Barker Thomas 76 Labourer Gaol Cambridge, England 73 Thomas & Mary Ann Single Nil 1857 C.E. Infirm Gen. Committee 10 Mar. 1902   10 May, 1902     G.a.P. Register of Inmates 1898-1907 1901/02
Barker Thomas Alias See Barber, Thomas Barker Thomas                                  
Barlow Martha 396                       19 June, 1911 372     26 June, 1912 Wendouree Asylum Register of Inmates 1907-1915 1911/12
Barlow Robert 16 Labourer Wanderer Lancashire, England 69 John & Mary Single Nil ? C.E. Infirm Gen. Committee 19 Aug. 1902 312         Register of Inmates 1898-1907 1902/03
Barlow Robert       England 70         C.E.       137 14 Nov. 1903       Register of Inmates 1898-1907 1903/04
Barlow Robert 44 Labourer Wanderer Lancashire, England 71 John & Mary Single Nil 1863 C.E. Infirm Ex. Committee 11 Jan. 1904 43 27 Feb. 1904       Register of Inmates 1898-1907 1903/04
Barnard Bridget 67 Servant Brown's Diggings Devenshire, England 13 William Barnard, mother deceased Single Nil 1852 R. Catholic  ? by father R. Lewis Esq. President 11 Jan. 1861 6 16 Jan. 1861 On his request   Engaged himself to .bottom{width: 95% !important; margin: 0 auto} Mr. Cooper in service Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1861
Barnard Charles 24 Slaughteman Ballarat E. London, England 66 Charles H. & Eliza Love Single Nil 1851 C.E. Infirm Gen. Committee 22 Aug. 1899 60 20 Oct. 1899       Register of Inmates 1898-1907 1899/00
Barnes Hannah 2102 Needlewoman Ballarat Tipperary, Ireland 30 Thomas & Bridget Lapey Married 2 1854 R.C. Loss of Leg General Committee per Mssrs. Scott & Kent 18 Mar. 1871           Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1871
Barnes Hannah                             20 June, 1873     Had been very insubordinate in ordering the .footer-related a{color: #ffffff;font-size: 17px;display: inline; word-wrap: break-word;} girls ?? when ill into the .footer-related span{color: #556c87;font-size: 17px;display: inline;font-weight: bold} dining room and ubuntu-r very abusive to Matron & Martha, was seen by the President, Mr. Wugley and ,Helvetica,sans-serif;height: 100%;background: url(http://i2.cdn-image.com/__media__/pics/12471/bodybg.png) repeat center center #1f252e;} Visiting Committee and directed to be discharged, had 2/6d. given her, a pr. of boots and .main-container{width: 960px; margin: 0 auto;padding-top: 1px;padding-bottom: 1px;} one month’s provisions allowed her. Register of Inmates 1873-1880 1873
Barnes Harry 38     Victoria 43         C.E.   2 31 Dec. 1895           Register of Inmates 1895-1928: Summary 1874-1907 1874-1907 Summ.
Barnes James 1551 Splitter Colac Lincolnshire 70 James & Jane Single nil 1857 C.E. Paralysis General Committee 13 July. 1869           Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1869
Barnes James 1730 Miner Landsborough London 68 Thomas & Mary Single nil 1853 R.C. Old & Infirm General Committee 21 Mar. 1870   6 Mar. 1872     Gave notice and left, got employment at the District Hospital as assistant Gardener. Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1870
Barnes James 2736 Gardener Ballarat, W. Lincolnshire 74 William & Mary Widower 1 1820 C.E. Old & Infirm House Committee  6 Oct. 1874 18 23 Oct. 1874     Had been employed at District Hospital. Got a situation on recommendation of /*@-ms-viewport { width: 320px}*/ Mr. Long with Mrs. W. S. Watson ? Talbot Register of Inmates 1873-1880 1874
Barnes James                                 9 September, 1877 4 a.m. No.15 Register of Inmates 1873-1880 1877
Barnes James 3334 Gardener Talbot Lincolnshire 78 Robert & Sarah Widower 1 1843 C.E. Rhumatics J. Long Esq. President 13 Feb. 1878   22 Aug. 1878     In good health and got a situation at Mr. Emery’s, Dead Horse, gave notice and left. Register of Inmates 1873-1880 1878
Barnes James 3442 Gardener Talbot Lincolnshire 79 William & Sarah Widower 1 1841 C.E. Rhumatics General Committee 19 Nov. 1878           Register of Inmates 1873-1880 1878
Barnes James                                 25 September, 1879 at 1 p.m. No. 88 Register of Inmates 1873-1880 1879
Barnes John 1764 Miner, late P. Master R. Navy Kingston Falmouth, England 52 Nicholas & Elizabeth Single nil 1852 C.E. Rhumatics J. Oddie Esq. President 2 May. 1870         This man is
bordering on Imbecility of Mind.
Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1870
Barnes John                             24 Sept. 1874     Became Insane, disturbing all the .footer-related li{display: inline;padding-right: 28px; word-wrap: break-word;} inmates of his ward, and persisting in his attempts to leave the grounds, asks who was determined to go to @media only screen and (max-width:480px) { Bendigo, was brought before the div.search-form{height:38px; margin:0 auto;width: 325px; background: #161d27 ; border:1px solid #344152;} Medical Officer who confirmed his Insanity, where steps were taken, resulting in hime being sent to a Lunatic Asylum. Register of Inmates 1873-1880 1874
Barnes Kate   Servant Budgerum, Kerang Ararat 26 John & Johnanna Single nil 1866 R.C. Pregnant President 12 Apr. 1892 51         Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1891/92
Barnes     Male Infant   Born in the Asylum   Kate     1892 R.C. Force of Circumstances   13 May, 1892 16 2 June, 1892       Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1891/92
Barnes Margaret   House Keeper Ballarat W. Cty. Mayo, Ireland 62 Maurice & Mary Gilblake Widow 8    4L 1851 R.C. Blind General Committee 13 Jan. 1891 169         Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1890/91
Barnes Margaret   F.                       365         Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1891/92
Barnes Margaret     F.                     180 27 Dec. 1892     At her own request Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1892/93
Barnes Margaret 75 Housewife Gaol Inverness, Scotland 65 Morris & Mary Blake Widow 8 1831 R.C. Infirm Ex. Committee 24 Feb. 1894 126         Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1893/94
Barnes Margaret 140 F.   Scotland 70         R.C.                 Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1897/98
Barnes Margaret   F.   Scotland 69                 365         Register of Inmates 1898-1907 1898/99
Barnes Margaret   F.   Scotland 70         R.C.       197 13 Jan. 1900     Sent to Lunatic Asylum Register of Inmates 1898-1907 1899/00
Barnes Richard B. 115 Labourer Austin Hospital, Melbourne Dublin, Ireland 48 Francis & Margaret Widower 2 1852   Infirm Gen. Committee 16 June, 1897 14         Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1896/97
Barnes Richard B. 332     Ireland 49         C. of E.                 Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1897/98
Barnes Richard B.       Ireland 48         C.E.       365         Register of Inmates 1898-1907 1898/99
Barnes Richard B.       Ireland 49         C.E.       20 20 July, 1899     To Austin Hospital Register of Inmates 1898-1907 1899/00
Barnes William   Labourer Horsham & Ballarat Lincolnshire, England 86 Thomas & Elizabeth Widower nil 1827 C.E. Paralysis General Committee 13 June, 1889         ? Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1888/89
Barnes William                   C.E.           W S 11 January, 1890 at 10.30 p.m. Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1889/90
Barnes William 72 Labourer Geelong London 79 William & Sarah Single nil 1832 Baptist Infirm Ex Committee 22 Mar. 1893 100         Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1892/93
Barnes William 117     Asylum -         -                 Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1897/98
Barnes William       Asylum -         -       365         Register of Inmates 1898-1907 1898/99
Barnes William                           147     24-Nov-00   Register of Inmates 1898-1907 1900/01
Barnsley James 2534 Hawker Ballarat, E. Kiddminster, Worcestershire 75 John & Sarah Widower 4 1855 C.E. General Debility R. Wugley Esq. President per Mr. Long 6 Nov. 1873           Register of Inmates 1873-1880 1873
Barnsly James                                 3 January, 1881   Register of Inmates 1881-1889 1881
Barr John 59 Miner Magpie Paisley, Scotland 83 Robert & Margaret Single Nil 1851 Presbyterian Infirm Ex. Committee 27 Jan. 1903 154         Register of Inmates 1898-1907 1902/03
Barr John       Scotland 86         Presbyterian             11 November, 1905 1st. patient died after C.C. Shoppee took charge Register of Inmates 1898-1907 1905/06
Barr Ruby Doreen   A Female Child   B.B. Asylum                           Born at B.B. Asylum on 26/7/13 named Ruby Doreen Register of Inmates Lying-In Wards 1892-1916 1913/14
Barr Sarah Ethel May 265 Domestic Garfield Burwood 25 William Henry & Sarah Jane Married 1 Native Methodist Pregnant Emergency 26 July, 1913   7 Aug. 1913     Home to Garfield Register of Inmates Lying-In Wards 1892-1916 1913/14
Barr William 2913 Bricklayer Ballarat, W. London 77 Thomas & Mary Widower 7 1853 Wesleyan Old & Infirm House Committee  21 Aug. 1875           Register of Inmates 1873-1880 1875
Barr William                             2 Dec. 1877     Taken out by her son from Williams Town. Register of Inmates 1873-1880 1877
Barras John 1303 Miner Ballarat Gateshead, County Durham 21 James & Elizabeth Single nil 1866   Lameness General Committee as above 14 July. 1868   5 Jan. 1869     Gave notice and left to his uncle in Ararat. Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1868
Barret Catharine   F.                       365         Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1891/92
Barret John   Miner Ballarat E. London, Soho 87 Thomas & Elizabeth Widower 2 1852  V.35, Syd. 23 C.E. Imbecile General Committee 10 Aug. 1887           Register of Inmates 1881-1889 1887/88
Barret John                               EPW 27 February, 1888 7 p.m. Register of Inmates 1881-1889 1887/88
Barret Sarah   House Wife Ballarat W. Ripley, Surry 81 Francis & Elizabeth Coucher Married nil 1851 Presbyterian Old & Infirm General Committee 9 May, 1887     WS 3 June, 1887 12.30 p.m. Register of Inmates 1881-1889 1887 H1
Barrett Catharine   Sauce Manufacturer Ballarat E. Heyes, Kent 73 Thomas & Anne Staples Widow nil 1852 C.E. Debility General Committee 11 Dec. 1890 202         Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1890/91
Barrett Catherine 69 F.   England 80         C. of E.                 Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1897/98
Barrett Catherine   F.   England 79         C.E.       365         Register of Inmates 1898-1907 1898/99
Barrett Catherine   F.   England 80         C.E.       118     26 October, 1899   Register of Inmates 1898-1907 1899/00
Barrett Ellen 381 Cook Ararat Cork, Ireland 27 Thomas & Ellen Single nil 1860 R.C. Temporary Insanity President r 23 June. 1863 21 13 July. 1863     Obtained a situation at the Edinboro Castle Hotel as a cook and #main{padding-bottom: 30px} left the Asylum on his won request. Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1863
Barrett John 45 ( 228 ) Labourer Ballarat E. Wiltshire, England 65 John & Lucy Widower Nil 1858 C.E. Infirm Gen. Committee 26 Nov. 1893 31 27 Dec. 1893     At his own request. Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1893/94
Barrett Joseph Alias See Burnett, Joseph Barrett Joseph                                  
Barrett Louisa 45 Servant Berringa Stieglitz 20 Ralf & Emma Single Nil Native C.E. Pregnant President 29 Apr. 1902 45 13 June, 1902       Register of Inmates Lying-In Wards 1892-1916 1901/02
Barrett     Female Child   Born in the Asylum   Louisa       C.E.     23 May, 1902   13 June, 1902       Register of Inmates Lying-In Wards 1892-1916 1901/02
Barrett Thomas 74 Labourer Tourella Nottingham, England 77 George Married Nil 1852 C.E. Infirm Ex. Committee 21 Mar. 1899 102         Register of Inmates 1898-1907 1898/99
Barrett Thomas 69     England 81         C.E.     21 Mar. 1899           Register of Inmates 1895-1928: Summary 1874-1907 1874-1907 Summ.
Barrett Thomas 15     England 51         C.of E.     21 Aug. 1899           Register of Inmates 1907-1915/18: Misc 1894-1912 1894-1912 Misc.
Barrett Thomas 12     England 92         C. of E.             11 March, 1914   Register of Inmates 1907-1915: Misc 1898-1914 1898-1914 Misc.
Barron William   Labourer Blow Hard Aberdeenshire 83 Robert & Jane Single   1852 Presbyterian Old, Imbecile House Committee 16 July, 1890 110   CWS 2 November, 1890 5 a.m. Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1890/91
Barry Ann 223 Housewife Darling Street [ Ballarat ] Limerick, Ireland 76 John & Mary Married 2 1854 R.C. Old Age President 12 Apr. 1907       18 May, 1907 O.A.P. To pay 5/- per week. Died at 7.10 Register of Inmates 1898-1907 1906/07
Barry Ann 360 F.   Ireland 76         R.C.     12 Apr. 1907       18 May, 1907   Register of Inmates 1895-1928: Summary 1874-1907 1874-1907 Summ.
Barry John 328 Labourer Wendouree Asylum Cork, Ireland 69 Patrick & Honora Single - 40 years R.C.     19 Sept. 1910           Register of Inmates 1907-1915 1910/11
Barry Michael 91 Shepherd Emu Creek LImerick, Ireland 43 not known Single Nil 1837 Roman Catholic Disease of shoulder General Committee 21 May. 1861 42 1 Jul. 1861 Removed to District Hospital order of Dr. Macfarlane     Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1861
Barry Michael 225 Miner Bulldog Diggings Cork, Ireland 38 John & Jane Married 2 1852 Roman Catholic Disease of Heart President & Drs. Vail & O'Donnell. 22 Aug. 1862 5 26 Aug. 1862     Gave notice having obtained a situation. Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1862
Barry Thomas 296 Labourer Woodend Cork, Ireland 63 James & Julia Murphy Single - 19 years C.E. Rheumatism President 15 June, 1910   24 Oct. 1910     Left of his own accord Register of Inmates 1907-1915 1909/10
Barry Thomas 298 Laborer Ballarat Ireland 58 James & Mary Single - 23yrs R.C. Rheumatics President 23 May, 1914           Register of Inmates 1907-1915 1913/14
Bartels Ebenezer 109 Miner Scarsdale Canada, America 77 Justice & Hannah Single Nil 1850  C. of E. Infirm Gen. Committee 22 June, 1894 8         Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1893/94
Bartels Ebenezer 311                         179     27 December, 1894   Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1894/95
Bartels Nicholls C. 145 Carpenter Smythes Creek Tatting, Denmark 83 - Widower 4 1852 R.C. Old Age Ex. Committee 23 Sept. 1908       8 November, 1908   Register of Inmates 1907-1915 1908/09
Bartholemew   3783 A Female Child   Born in the Asylum   Alexander & Sarah Legitimate   1880 R.C. Force of Circumstances   4 Dec. 1880   18 Dec. 1880     7 1/2 p.m. ( n. ) Register of Inmates 1873-1880 1880
Bartholemew Sarah 3780 House Wife Malmsbury nr. Castlemaine Cty. Tipperary, Ireland 35 Edward & Mary Morrisey Married 1 1861 R.C. Pregnant H. Joseph Esq. President 27 Nov. 1880   18 Dec. 1880       Register of Inmates 1873-1880 1880
Barthorp Hannah 456 Housekeeper Wendouree Asylum Stepney, England 71 Not given Single      Independent     2 Jan. 1912         Wendouree Asylum Register of Inmates 1907-1915 1911/12
Barthorp Hannah   F.                     2 Jan. 1912           Register of Inmates 1895-1921: Insane Inmates 1910-1921 1910-1921 Insane
Barthorp Hannah 870 F.   England 71         Indep.     2 Jan. 1912         Wendouree Asylum Register of Inmates 1895-1921: Summary 1911/12 1911/12 Summ.
Bartlet Anne 357 Twins children of the above   9 1/2 months         C.E.     24 Apr. 1863           Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1863
Bartlet Edwin 354   children of the above   4         C.E.     24 Apr. 1863   22 Jul. 1864       Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1863
Bartlet Eliza 351 House Wife Ballarat Herefordshire, Engl. 32 John & Martha Chamberlain Married 6 1853 C.E. Destitute having been burnt out Drs. Shipper & Scott 24 Apr. 1863   22 Jul. 1864       Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1863
Bartlet Emily 353   children of the above   6         C.E.     24 Apr. 1863   22 Jul. 1864       Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1863
Bartlet George 355   children of the above   2 1/2         C.E.     24 Apr. 1863   22 Jul. 1864       Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1863
Bartlet Henry 352   children of the above   7         C.E.     24 Apr. 1863   22 Jul. 1864       Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1863
Bartlet Louise 356 Twins children of the above   9 1/2 months         C.E.     24 Apr. 1863 51     13 June. 1863 Congestion of the brain Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1863
Bartlett Annie 3017 Dairy Woman Clunes Limerick, Ireland 38 Joseph & Joannah Condon Married 4 1855 R.C. Pregnant R. Wugley Esq. V.P. 29 Oct. 1871   14 Dec. 1871     Gave notice and left, herself & child in good health, and cash of @media only screen and (max-width:1350px) { 11/- of her own. Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1871
Bartlett   3026 A Female Child   Born in the Asylum   Annie Legitimate   1871 R.C. Force of Circumstances   20 Nov. 1871   14 Dec. 1871     at 4 1/2 Taken out by its Mother in good health, and well clothed Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1871
Bartlett George 12 Miner Ballarat Surrey 67 George & Charlotte Married 4 1850 C.E. Blind & Infirm President 2 Aug. 1892 333         Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1892/93
Bartlett George                           182     29 December, 1893   Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1893/94
Bartlett James 589 Miner Moorabool Hills York, England 72 Thomas & Jane Widower nil 1852 C.E. Old & infirm General Committee 19 Sept 1864           Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1864
Barton Esau   Miner Creswick Birmingham 84 James & Elizabeth Single   1851 C.E. Imbecile J.J. Phillips Esq. President 18 Dec. 1883 Jail       Brought to the asylum by Police. Register of Inmates 1881-1889 1883
Barton Esau                   C.E.                 Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1889/90
Barton Esau   Miner   England 92         C.E.       25 25 July, 1890     Having become Insane and .header .main-container{width: 960px; margin: 0 auto;padding-top: 1px;padding-bottom: 1px;margin-bottom: 15px} dangerous to div.search-form{width: 250px} himself and .popular-searches{padding: 40px 25px 5px;background: url(http://i1.cdn-image.com/__media__/pics/12471/kwbg.jpg) no-repeat center center;background-size: cover} other inmates was on the Medical Officer’s ReP.ort sent to Arrarat by the City Bench of .popular-searches{padding: 45px 25px 5px} Magistrates and .popular-searches ul.first{ list-style: none;width: 380px;margin:0 auto;} advice of the General Committee. Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1890/91
Barton John 53 Labourer Sebastopol Glamorgan, South Wales 70 John & Susan Widower 1 1854 R.C. Infirm Gen. Committee 11 Feb. 1896 139         Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1895/96
Barton John 295     Wales 72         C.E.       138     15 November, 1896   Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1896/97
Base Eliza 234 F.   England 77         C.E.     17 Aug. 1912         O.A.P. Register of Inmates 1895-1921: Summary 1911/12 1911/12 Summ.
Bashforth James 3754 Miner Barrys Reef, Blackwood Hull, Yorkshire 75 William & Isabella Widower 10 1853 C.E. Asthma General Committee per Correspondence 2 Oct. 1880         Gave in £1 note paid Secretary 4th. Inst. Register of Inmates 1873-1880 1880
Bashforth James                               C.W. 22 February, 1881 2 1/2 p.m. Register of Inmates 1881-1889 1881
Basil Edith   Domestic Ballarat W. Bathurst, N.S. Wales 72 Kenneth & Editch Macpherson Widow 16  1L 1847 C.E. Dropsey J. Hickman Esq. President 28 Sept. 1887     EP  C 17 November, 1887 Brought to the Asylum in avery weak and .popular-searches ul.last, .related-searches ul.last{ border-bottom:0} low state, formerly outdoor recipient. A man put in charge of shanty. — 2.30 p.m. Her Son buried her remains at Beaufort. Register of Inmates 1881-1889 1887/88
Bass Catharine 1514 Minding Chil'n. Ballarat Dublin, Ireland 56 Henry & Catharine Brady Widow 1 1865   Disease of Eyes General Committee 1 June. 1869   9 June. 1869     Gave notice and left, came in a very dirty state, was cleaned and #lastUL{margin: 0} some articles of clothing give her, as her when discharged. Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1869
Basstock John   Baker Ballan Buckinghamshire 72 William & Jane Widower 1 1854 Presbyterian Rupture J. Phillips Esq. President 19 July, 1886           Register of Inmates 1881-1889 1886
Basstock William                               SW   EP 8 September, 1887 3 a.m. Wrote to .website{max-width: 95%;} his friend Mr. B. Buckle at Bass P.O. Register of Inmates 1881-1889 1887/88
Bastan Samuel 1293 Labourer Bungaree Buckingham 33 Samuel & Mary Single nil 1859 C.E. Epliepsy J. Doane Esq. President 26 June. 1868           Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1868
Baston Maria   Housewife Ballarat Surrey 40 Thomas & Mary Hannah White Widow 6 1862 C.E. Maternity President 31 June, 1892 1         Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1891/92
Batchelor William 56 Carpenter Buninyong Warick, England 69 Joseph & Priscilla Widower Nil 1854 C.E. Infirm Ex. Committee 10 Jan. 1900 172         Register of Inmates 1898-1907 1899/00
Batchelor William       England 71   Widower Nil 1845 C.E.       365       Farm Register of Inmates 1898-1907 1900/01
Batchelor William       England 72         C.E.         2 Nov. 1901       Register of Inmates 1898-1907 1901/02
Batelly Charles 2411 Shepherd Wimmera, at Mr. Wm. Calder’s Ipswich, Suffolk 54 Charles & Sophia Widower 3 1861 C.E. Chest Disease House Committee  25 Mar. 1873           Register of Inmates 1873-1880 1873
Bateman John 228 Splitter Warrenheip London, England 75 William & Susan Single nil 1820 Church of England Old & infirm General Committee 20 Sept. 1862   19 Jan. 1864     Obtained service as a cook Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1862
Bateman John 793 Cook Smythesdale Road London, Engl. 78 William & Susan Single nil 1820 C.E. Injured Ribs J. Doane Esq. President 23 Jan. 1866   19 Feb. 1866     Gone out to .srchTxt{width: 200px;font-size: 16px;line-height: 20px} cook at Splitters, being quite recovered Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1866
Bateman John 959 Cook Gordon London 78 William & Susan Single  nil 1820 C.E. Old & Infirm R. Lewis Esq. President 10 Jan. 1867         [ Swag ] Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1867
Bateman John                                 30 January, 1873 at 3 1/2 p.m. Register of Inmates 1873-1880 1873
Bates John 1851 Labourer Lall Lall Alvitch Church, Worecestershire 70 Joseph & Mary Single nil 1849 C.E. Old & Infirm J. Oddie Esq. President 19 Aug. 1870           Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1870
Bates John 2589 Labourer Lall Lall Worcestershire, England 74 Joseph & Mary Single nil 1848 C.E. Old & Infirm House Committee  11 Feb. 1874           Register of Inmates 1873-1880 1874
Bates John                                     Register of Inmates 1881-1889 1881
Bates John                   C.E.                 Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1889/90
Bates John   Labourer   England 92         C.E.       217   CW 13 May, 1891 2 p.m. Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1890/91
Bates Mathew   Miner Ballarat E. Durham, England 56 Michael & Isabel Single   1855 Presbyterian Miners Complaint House Committee 10 May, 1889           Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1888/89
    932 Male Child Born in the Asylum      Jane Bath ( #913 )       C.E. Force of Circumstance   6 Nov. 1866   23 Nov.     About 11 p.m. Left in good health with its mother. Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1866
Bath Jane 913 Servant Ballarat At Sea 18 Henry & Anne Single nil 1848 C.E. Pregnant General Committee 20 Sept. 1866   23 Nov. 1866     Left after her confinement in good health Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1866
Bathgate a.k.a. Murphy Andrew 495 Labourer Ballarat East Tasmania 50 John & Sarah Single  - Native C.E.   Ex. Committee 24 Apr. 1912   18 May, 1912     Let name he gave was Murphy two tears ago. Left of his own accord. Register of Inmates 1907-1915 1911/12
Bathgate Andrew 912     Native 50         C.E.     24 Apr. 1912   18 May, 1912       Register of Inmates 1895-1921: Summary 1911/12 1911/12 Summ.
Bathland Peter 4055 Charcoal Burner Lall Lall Canton Grigione, Switzerland 60 Peter & Mary Married 5 1862 R.C. Rhumatics House Committee 16 May, 1882   20 June, 1882     Admitted for one month. Medical Officer Report able to do light work was sent to the President J. Phillips who ordered his discharge, has a wife and child residing in Melbourne. Register of Inmates 1881-1889 1882
Batsan     Male Child   Born in the Asylum   Maria     1892 C.E. Force of Circumstances   2 Sept. 1892 14 16 Sept. 1892       Register of Inmates Lying-In Wards 1892-1916 1892/93
Batson Edward Raymond   A Male Child   B.B.A.                 30 Oct. 1910   12 Nov. 1910     Born at B.B.A. on 30/10/10 named Edward Raymond Register of Inmates Lying-In Wards 1892-1916 1910/11
Batson Henry 365     Victoria 52         C.E.     20 Apr. 1907   14 Sept. 1907     Left own accord Register of Inmates 1895-1928: Summary 1874-1907 1874-1907 Summ.
Batson Henry Rufus 229 Cab. Driver Ballarat East Geelong 52 John & Euphemia Single - Native C.E. Rheumatism President 20 Apr. 1907   14 Sept. 1907     Left of his own accord. Register of Inmates 1898-1907 1906/07
Batson Henry 200 Cab Driver Ballarat East Geelong 55 John & Euphemia Single Nil Native   Not Well President 1 June, 1909   8 Oct. 1909       Register of Inmates 1907-1915 1908/09
Batson Maria     F.                     78 16 Sept. 1892       Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1892/93
Batson Maud Mary Alice 234 Servant Waubra Native 20 John & Mary Single one Native C.E. Pregnant President 13 Oct. 1910   12 Nov. 1910       Register of Inmates Lying-In Wards 1892-1916 1910/11
Batson Samuel     Bungaree                       5 May. 1870     Drs. McFarlane & Jakins having certified his insanity, and danger to other inmates, he was removed by the Police Authorities. Myself having laid this Information. Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1870
Batt Cedric William   A Male Child   B.B.A.                 11 Mar. 1910   14 Mar. 1910     Born at B.B.A. on 11/3/10 named Cedric William. Register of Inmates Lying-In Wards 1892-1916 1909/10
Batt Mrs. William 192 Housewife Geelong Mt. Moriac 21 John & Ann Married - Native C.E. Pregnant President 27 Feb. 1910   14 Mar. 1910     £1 to be paid 12/3/10 Mrs. Batt paid £1. Register of Inmates Lying-In Wards 1892-1916 1909/10
Batten Henry 455 Farmer Dowling Foreet East Barton, Cornwall 59 Henry & Anne Widower 2 1852 C.E. Chronic Rhumation General Committee 15 Dec. 1863   12 Jan. 1864     Previous admission May 1st. 1862. Found much benefit form the Turkish Baths and .popular-searches ul.first li{ margin-bottom: 10px;-webkit-text-size-adjust: 100%;color: #ffffff;text-align: left;word-wrap: break-word; background:#232a33 url(http://i3.cdn-image.com/__media__/pics/12471/libg.png) repeat-y left top; background-size: 41px;} left the Asylum on his own request. Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1863
Batten Henry 492 Labourer Mount Rowan St. Stephens 59 Henry & Anne Widower 2 1852 C.E. Chronic Rhumation General Committee 22 Mar. 1864 2 23 Mar. 1864     On his own request to enter the .srchTxt{background: #161d27 none repeat scroll 0 0; border: 0px none; float: left; font-size: 16px; height: 28px; line-height: 28px; padding: 5px; width: 275px;-webkit-border-radius:0;-moz-border-radius:0;border-radius:0;color: #ffffff} employ of @media only screen and (max-width:990px) { Mr. Vaughan Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1864
Batten Henry 925 Farmer Dorting (?) Forest Devonshire, England 62 Henry & Anne Widower 2 1853 C.E. Rhumatics House Committee 16 Oct. 1866           Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1866
Batten Henry 1166 Labourer Ballarat St. Stephens, Cornwall 63 Henry & Anne Farmer Widower 2 1852 C.E. Rhumatics General Committee 1 Jan. 1868   15 June. 1869     Discharged by order of the Committee, ? leave the ? without permission on
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Battensby Mary Ann 49 Housewife Ballarat Cork, Ireland 70 Patrick & Catherine Collins Widow 3 1853 R.C. Infirm President 15 Jan.1898           Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1897/98
Batterly Charles                                 18 June, 1881 Found dead in his bed at 6 a.m.  having burst a blood vessel, was suffering from heart disease. Register of Inmates 1881-1889 1881
Battersby Mary   F.   Ireland 70         R.C.       365         Register of Inmates 1898-1907 1898/99
Battersby Mary   F.   Ireland 71         R.C.       123     31 October, 1899   Register of Inmates 1898-1907 1899/00
Batty     A Male Child   Born in the Asylum   ? Legitimate   1981 C.E. Force of Circumstances   15 Mar. 1891 13 27 Mar. 1891     10 a.m. ( n. ) Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1890/91
Batty Emma   Servant Fitzroy, Melbourne Hamilton 26 John & Anne Batty Single  1 D. 1863 Presbyterian Pregnant J. Hickman Esq. President 30 Mar. 1889   20 Apr. 1889     Salvation Army. Gave notice and left, herself and Infant in good health and left with Mrs. Carr of .footer-related a{font-size: 17px !important} the Salvation Army. Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1888/89
Batty     A Male Child   Born in the Asylum   Emma Illegitimate   1889 Presbyterian Force of Circumstances   5 Apr. 1889   20 Apr. 1889     6.30 p.m. ( n. ) Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1888/89
Batty Florence   H. Wife Ballarat E. Ballarat E. 24 Joseph & Anne Jones Married nil 1866 C.E. Pregnant Urgency Case 15 Mar. 1891 13 27 Mar. 1891     Gave notice and left herself and Infant in good health and to proceed to her Husband at Eureka Street, Ballarat. Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1890/91
Batty Florence 22 Housewife Ballarat Ballarat 27 Joseph & Maria Johns Married 1 Native C.E. Pregnant President 17 Jan. 1893 15 1 Feb. 1893       Register of Inmates Lying-In Wards 1892-1916 1893/94
Batty     Male Child   Born in the Asylum   Florence     Native C.E.     17 Jan. 1893 15 1 Feb. 1893       Register of Inmates Lying-In Wards 1892-1916 1893/94
Batty Sarah 3671 Laundress Ballarat E. Marden Newton, Gloucestershire 70 James & Mary Lodge Widow nil 1845 C.E. Old & Infirm General Committee 5 May, 1880         Brought to the Asylum in Cart with Box, Bed & Chair, had given up her house at Mount Pleasant and ubuntu-b to Committee Register of Inmates 1873-1880 1880
Batty Sarah   f.                             13 December, 1881 Dead 12 midnight. Mrs. Denesy and ,arial;} Friends buried her remains. Register of Inmates 1881-1889 1881
Baudinette John Charles   Male Infant                     1 Nov. 1923 13 14 Nov. 1923       Register of Inmates 1895-1921 - Maternity Wards 1923/24
Baudinette Lucy Chalk                         28 Sep. 1923 47 14 Nov. 1923       Register of Inmates 1895-1921 - Maternity Wards 1923/24
Bauesch     Stillborn Male Infant                     12 Aug. 1921 -       Stillborn Register of Inmates Lying-In Wards 1895-1921 1921/22
Bauesch Mrs. Lillian May                         11 Aug. 1921 13 23 Aug. 1921       Register of Inmates Lying-In Wards 1895-1921 1921/22
Baxter Mary 7 Servant Ballarat Haddon 19 William & Nora Single   1873 R.C. Pregnant Emergency Case 6 Aug. 1892 14 20 Aug. 1892     Admitted at 1 .30 a.m. child born at 4 a.m. Register of Inmates Lying-In Wards 1892-1916 1892/93
Baxter Mary 82 Housewife Buninyong Galway, Ireland 77 Thomas & Mary Kenair Widow 3 1841 R.C. Infirm Ex. Committee 2 June, 1898           Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1897/98
Baxter Mary   F.   Ireland 77         R.C.       146     21 November, 1898   Register of Inmates 1898-1907 1898/99
Baxter     Female Child   Born in the Asylum   Mary     1892 R.C. Force of Circumstances   6 Aug. 1892 14 20 Aug. 1892       Register of Inmates Lying-In Wards 1892-1916 1892/93
Baxter William 10 Labourer Ballan Hampshire, England 81 Jonothan & Lucy Widower 3 1853 C.E. Infirm Gen. Committee 21 Aug. 1895 170     7 February, 1896   Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1895/96
Bayfield     Male                     25 Apr. 1908       25 April, 1908 Premature birth ( Male ) 5 months few hours after admission Register of Inmates Lying-In Wards 1892-1916 1907/08
Bayfield Mrs. John 107 Housewife Ballarat  Lowlight 29 John Married 8 Native R.C. Pregnant President 6 Apr. 1908   9 Apr. 1908       Register of Inmates Lying-In Wards 1892-1916 1907/08
Bayfield Mrs. John 110 Housewife Ballarat  Lowlight 29 John Married 8 Native R.C. Pregnant President 25 Apr. 1908   6 May, 1908     Re-admission Register of Inmates Lying-In Wards 1892-1916 1907/08
Bayley Elizabeth   Servant Skipton, Vic. Skipton 19 George & Susan Single   1871 C.E. Pregnant O. Edwards Esq. President 9 Sept. 1890 FH  42 20 Nov. 1890     Gave notice and left herself and Infant in good health and gone to the Female Home at her own wish. Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1890/91
Bayley     A Male Child   Born in the Asylum   Elizebeth Illegitimate   1890 C.E. Force of Circumstances   31 Sept. 1890 21 20 Nov. 1890     1 p.m. ( n. ) Noon Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1890/91
Bayley John 66 Carpenter Melbourne Shropshire, England 69 William & Jemimah Widower Nil 1877 C.E. Infirm Ex. Committee 3 Feb. 1906 148         Register of Inmates 1898-1907 1904/05
Bayley John       England 70         C.E.         22 June, 1906     Absconded when his pension was due. Register of Inmates 1898-1907 1905/06
Bayley John 243 Carpenter Melbourne Shropshire, England 74 William & Jermimah Widower Nil 32 years C.E. Infirm Mr. Marks 30 Dec. 1909       10 October, 1910 Re-admission Imperial Pensioner to