ABN 57 934 755 725

Reg. No. A 0007322F


Ballarat Benevolent Society - Register of Inmates

Transcribed and donated by Brett Weinberg (Historical Records Archivist (volunteer) at Ballarat Health Services) with the permission of Ballarat Health Services.

Spellings, misspellings & abbreviations from the original register have been retained.

Alphabetical Listing: Jaa - Joh

April 2018

Consolidated Registers of Inmates 1860-1925

Surname Given Name Number Occupation Place of Residence Birth Place Age (Years) Parents' Names Married or Single Issue Arrived in Colony Religion Ground of Application By Whom Recommended Date of Admission Period for
which admitted
(Days)
Discharge date Discharge Cause Died  Remarks Source Event Year
Jack/Jack Andrew Andrew 39 Watchman Sebastopol Glascow, England 70 John & Margaret Single   1857 Presbyterian Infirm Gen. Committee 23 Oct. 1905       27 January, 1907 12.30 a.m. Register of Inmates 1898-1907 1905/06
Jack Andrew 224     England 70         Presbyterian     23 Oct. 1905       27 January, 1907   Register of Inmates 1895-1928: Summary 1874-1907 1874-1907 Summ.
Jackes Adam 2744 Labourer Learmonth Mattock, Derbyshire 75 Lucas & Elizabeth Widower nil 1844 C.E. Paralysis R. Wugley Esq. President pby W.C. Vaughan 7 Nov. 1874 56       5/- cash given him Register of Inmates 1873-1880 1874
Jackes Adam                                 13 August, 1875 6 p.m. Register of Inmates 1873-1880 1875
Jacks Adam 156 Labourer Lake Learmonth Mattocke, Derby 55 Lucas & Elizabeth Widower Nil 1836 Church of England Phthisis General Committee 25 Mar. 1862 7         Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1862
Jackson Anne 637 Washerwoman ? ,Arrarat Liverpool, England 44 John & Martha Smith Widow 3 1854 C.E. Paralysis House Committee 16 Jan. 1865         Came by coach from Ararat Hospital Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1865
Jackson Caroline  394 House Wife Creswick Chelmsford, Essex 37 John & Caroline Atkins Married 3 1857 C.E. Disease of heart General Committee 29 July. 1863   2.29444444444444     Brought two children with her. Was requested to l;eave the Asylum by the General Committee and to receive cash 10/- for the purpose of joining her husband. Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1863
Jackson     Female Child   Born in the
Asylum
  Catherine     Native Presbyterian     10 Mar. 1896 14 24 Mar. 1896       Register of Inmates Lying-In Wards 1892-1916 1895/96
Jackson Ellen 58 Servant Ballarat Cty. Clare, ireland 55 Patrick & Bridget Guttery Widow Nil 1858 C.E. Infirm Ex. Committee 5 Jan. 1894 176         Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1893/94
Jackson Ellen   F.   Ireland 58         C.E.       198     14 January, 1896   Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1895/96
Jackson Ethel 66 Housemaid & Waiter Kaniva Adelaide 22 John & Francis Single - - C of E. Pregnant President 22 Jan, 1907 15 5 Feb. 1906     £1 paid on Admission Register of Inmates Lying-In Wards 1892-1916 1906/07
Jackson Fanny 1141   Ballarat Leeds 54   Widow   1855   Insane J. Doane Esq. President i Nov. 1867   5 Nov. 1867     Taken out by the Police Authorities being Insane Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1867
[ Jackson ] Frances Nattras   A Female Child   B.B.A.                 22 Jan, 1907 15 5 Feb. 1906     22/1/07 Born at B.B.A. at 9 p.m. Frances Nattras Register of Inmates Lying-In Wards 1892-1916 1906/07
Jackson Henry 3476 Miner Stawell Fenton, Lincolnshire 69 Henry & Sarah Single   1854 Wesleyan Heart Disease General Committee per Correspondence 17 Feb. 1879     80 6 August, 1879 6 1/2 a.m. Register of Inmates 1873-1880 1879
Jackson Henry 65 Moulder Gaol Preston, England 78 Joseph & Ellen Married 1 1843 C. E. Infirm President 15 Nov. 1894 205 8 June, 1895     Sent to Lunatic Asylum Register of Inmates 1889-1897 1894/95
Jackson James 1416 Labourer Ballarat Dover, Kent 55 James & Maryann Married nil 1850 C.E. Tumour on neck General Committee 12 Jan. 1869       23 October. 1869  Cancer, at 1 a.m. Register of Inmates 1860-1872 1869
Jackson James 2704 Servant Lall Lall Plymouth, Devonshire 19 John & Anne single nil 1864 C.E. Pregnant C. Shopper Esq. V.P. 31 Jul. 1874 8 7 Sept. 1874     Gave notice and left, herself and child in good health and weak state. . at 8 a.m Register of Inmates 1873-1880 1874
Johnstone William 3481 Miner Ballarat E. Lewes, Sussex 61 Thomas & Sarah Single   1852 C.E. Destitute General Committee 11 Mar. 1879   1 Nov. 1879     Has an Aunt remaining at Sale, Isle of Wite, who sent him out money and received 10/- per week form Rev’d. Archdeacon Patell C.C. Expect property on his Aunt’s death. Gave notice and left, refused to give his remittance from home to the Asylum. Register of Inmates 1873-1880 1879