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Updated 1 June 2015
 
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SURNAME,  Given Names,  Birth Year (optional),  Birthplace,  COUNTY,  COUNTRY,  Ship / Airline,  Year of Arrival,  Port / Airport of Arrival
Q
QUADLING Harry, 1871 East Dereham NFK ENG, Jumna, 1889, Brisbane Qld
QUAYLE Douglas, 1938 Ruislip MDX ENG, Ormonde, 1948, Sydney NSW
QUICK Gordon Ralph, 1928 Margate KEN ENG, SS Strathnaver, 1957, Sydney NSW
QUICK (n BAKER) Rosemary, 1930 Portsmouth HAM ENG, SS Strathnaver, 1957, Sydney NSW
QUINANE Honoria, 1850 Upperchurch TIP IRL, Wanata, 1852, Melbourne Vic
QUINANE Jeremiah, 1845 Upperchurch TIP IRL, Wanata, 1852, Melbourne Vic
QUINANE John, 1843 TIP IRL, Eurynome, 1865, Melbourne Vic
QUINANE Judy, 1833 TIP IRL, Phoebe Dunbar, 1854, Melbourne Vic
QUINANE (n RYAN) Mary, 1828 Upperchurch TIP IRL, Wanata, 1852, Melbourne Vic
QUINANE Mary, born 1845, Eurynome, 1865, Melbourne Vic
QUINANE Nancy, born 1832, Phoebe Dunbar, 1854, Melbourne Vic
QUINANE Nancy, 1846 Upperchurch TIP IRL, Wanata, 1852, Melbourne Vic
QUINANE Patrick, 1821 Upperchurch TIP IRL, Wanata, 1852, Melbourne Vic
QUINLIVAN Daniel, 1800 Bridgetown CLA IRL, Matilda Atheling, 1865, Adelaide SA
QUINLIVAN (n McCARTY) Winifred, 1804 CLA IRL, Matilda Atheling, 1865, Adelaide SA
QUINN Ann, c1833 TYR IRL, Warren Hastings, 1855, Port Adelaide SA
QUINN (n GALE) Emma Matilda, 1822 SRY ENG, Forth, 1841, Sydney NSW
QUINN James, c1831 TYR IRL, Warren Hastings, 1855, Port Adelaide SA
QUINN John, c1811 IRL, Forth, 1841, Sydney NSW
QUINN John, c1836 TYR IRL, Warren Hastings, 1855, Port Adelaide SA
QUIN[N] Patrick, c1807 London MDX ENG, Clyde, 1830, Tas
QUITTENDEN James Lance, 1948 Sevenoaks KEN ENG, Qantas airline, 1971, Sydney NSW

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