ABN 57 934 755 725

Reg. No. A 0007322F


Ballarat Benevolent Society - Register of Inmates

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Alphabetical Listing: Dja - Dzz

April 2018

Consolidated Registers of .footer a:hover {text-decoration:underline; color:#333} Inmates 1860-1925

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which admitted
(Days)
Discharge date Discharge Cause Died  Remarks Source Event Year
Dobbs Maryanne 3118 Servant Cardigan Collingwood, Melbourne 20 Henry & Maryanne Single nil 1856 Wesleyan Pregnant C.C. Shopper Esq., President 4 Dec. 1876   19 Dec. 1876     Gave notice and left, herself and Infant in good health and Humspm.com a home to ul.privacy li {font-size: 12px; color: #535353; padding: 5px 5px} go to. Register of Inmates 1873-1880 1876
Dobbs   3122 A female Infant   Born in the ubuntu-b Asylum   Maryanne Illegitimate   1876   Force of Circumstances   10 Dec. 1876   19 Dec. 1876     2 p.m. In good health Register of Inmates 1873-1880 1876
Dobbs Thomas 6058 Labourer     63 William & Mary Widower 3 1860 R.C. Infirm General Committee 11 May, 1883   29 May, 1883       Register of Inmates 1881-1889 1883
Dobbs Thomas   Labourer Piggoreet Queen’s County, Ireland 64 William & Mary Widower 3 1860 R.C. Imbecile J. Phillips V.P. 30 Jan. 1884       27 April, 1884 Had absconded on .website{max-width: 95%;} 29th. May, 1883, came from Jail, was then imbecile, Brought to the office Camp Street by Police, and temporarily admitted. Died 1 p.m. Register of Inmates 1881-1889 1884
Dobell William 66 Labourer Gaol London 85 William & Esther Single Nil 1838 C.E. Infirm Gen. Committee 3 Mar. 1869 131         Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1895/96
Dobell William 241     England 88         C. of E.                 Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1897/98
Dobell William       England 87         C.E.       365         Register of Inmates 1898-1907 1898/99
Dobell William       England 91         C.E.       297     23 April, 1903   Register of Inmates 1898-1907 1902/03
Dobey ( Gates ) Margaret 28 Housewife Ballarat E. Dublin, Ireland 77 Lawrence & Esther Nolan Widow 4 1870 R.C. Infirm Gen. Committee 15 Oct. 1895 5     20 October, 1895 ( Margaret Gates ) Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1895/96
Doble Anne   Tailoress Ballarat W. Ballarat W. 19 Charles & Jane Single 1 1866 Wesleyan Pregnant Urgency Case 31 Oct. 1885   18 Nov. 1885     3 1/4 p.m. brought up to ul.privacy li a {font-size: 12px; color: #ffffff; text-transform: capitalize} house in Cab by one of .footer-related span{color: #556c87;font-size: 17px;display: inline;font-weight: bold} the ,arial;} female Salvation Army. Gave notice and left with her Mother, Mrs. Basset, Creswick Road, herself and Infant in good health. Register of Inmates 1881-1889 1885
Doble     A Male Child   Born in the Asylum   Anne Illegitimate   1885 Wesleyan Force of Circumstances   31 Oct. 1885   18 Nov. 1885     4 p.m. ( n. ) Register of Inmates 1881-1889 1885
Doble Margaret 459 Servant Wendouree Asylum Not stated 65 Not given Widow     R.C.     2 Jan. 1912         Wendouree Asylum Register of Inmates 1907-1915 1911/12
Doble Margaret 873 F.   - 65         R.C.     2 Jan. 1912         Wendouree Asylum Register of Inmates 1895-1921: Summary 1911/12 1911/12 Summ.
Doble Margaret   F.                     1 Jan. 1921           Register of Inmates 1895-1921: Insane Inmates 1910-1921 1910-1921 Insane
Doble Margaret                         1 Jan. 1921           Register of Inmates 1895-1921 - Insane Hospital 1922/28
Doble Margaret                         18 Mar. 1922       21 August, 1923   Register of Inmates 1895-1921 - Insane Hospital 1922/28
Dockrell Catherine 55 Housewife Ballarat Kells, Ireland 65 Jonney & Bridget Widow 1 1852 R.C. Infirm President E.C. 15 Dec. 1896 21 5 Jan. 1897     Misconduct Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1896/97
Dood Joseph 6 Painter Maryborough Oxford, England 58 John & Mary Ann Widower 2 1886 C.E. Infirm Gen. Committee 13 July, 1904 232 1 Mar. 1905       Register of Inmates 1898-1907 1904/05
Dodd Joseph 185 Painter Maryborough Oxford, Eng. 63 John & Mary Ann Widower x 1886 C.E. - Gen. Committee 14 Apr. 1909       10 August, 1912 Dead Register of Inmates 1907-1915 1908/09
Dodd Joseph 76 Painter Maryborough Oxford, England 63 John & Mary Ann Widower 2 1886 C.of E.   General Committee 14 Apr. 1909       10 August, 1912   Register of Inmates 1907-1915/18: Misc 1894-1912 1894-1912 Misc.
Dodd Thomas 470 Miner Cardigan Northumberland, England 63 Edward & Margaret Single nil 1854 C.E. Blindness General Committee 25 Jan. 1864       2 Sept. 1867  at 2 1/2 a.m.No effects. Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1864
Dodds Henry 2685 Miner Black Hill Flat Liverpool 54 James & Elizabeth Widower nil 1850 C.E. Partial Blindness General Committee per Visitors 25 June. 1874           Register of Inmates 1873-1880 1874
Dodds Henery   Miner   England 71         C.E.       225   CP.WS 10 February, 1890 6 a.m. Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1890/91
Doharty Elizabeth Mary Ann 301 Housewife Ballarat England 83   Widow - 58 years C. of E. Old Age President 22 May, 1915         O.A.P. Register of Inmates 1907-1915 1914/15
Doherty     A Female Child   B.B.A.                 19 Apr. 1912   3 May, 1912     Born at B.B.A. on 19/4/12 named - Register of Inmates Lying-In Wards 1892-1916 1911/12
Doherty Anne 1479 House Wife Clunes Dublin, Ireland 29 Richard & Elizabeth Clarke Married 3 1864 R.C. Deserted by husband G. Lovitt Esq., President 17 Apr. 1869   23 Apr. 1869     Not considered a case for this Institution by the .popular-searches ul.first li:hover{background:#22528a url(http://i2.cdn-image.com/__media__/pics/12471/libgh.png) repeat-y left top; background-size: 41px;} non-Resident Surgeon, was directed to ul.privacy li a:hover{text-decoration: underline} be sent to the .popular-searches ul.first li:hover a{color: #ffffff;text-decoration: none;} District Hospital. Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1869
Doherty Anne 1510 House Wife Melbourne Dublin, Ireland 29 Richard & Elizabeth Clarke Married 2 1864 R.C. Destitute House Committee 25 May. 1869   1 June. 1869     Gave the Matron notice and left to .website .domain{font-size: 22px;padding-top: 7px} .privacy{text-align: right;padding-bottom: 10px; width: 100%;} proceed to .privacy a{color:#333333;text-align: center;font-size: 11px} Melbourne. Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1869
Doherty Bridget 295 Servant Patulla Patulla 34 Bernard & Elizabeth Single - Native R.C. Pregnant President 2 Mar. 1912   3 May, 1912     £2-0-0 paid 10/- per week to .privacy a:hover{text-decoration: underline} be paid. Register of Inmates Lying-In Wards 1892-1916 1911/12
Doherty Neil 928 Shepherd Geelong Colerain, Ireland 74 James & Murray Single nil 1845 R.C. Rhumatics R. Lewis Esq. President 26 Oct. 1866   30 Oct. 1866     Appeared before the .border-wrap{padding: 10px;border:1px dashed #636363;margin-bottom: 100px} House Committee on .srchTxt{width: 200px;font-size: 16px;line-height: 20px} the 29th. and informed them he was going to Geelong, had rations offered him but refused to have them. Gave him and old coat and