Friday, September 9, 2011

H Surnames: émigrés 1870-1920

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In Alphabetical, not historical order - (a work in progress)


NOTE: Marriages are in Victoria unless otherwise stated





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Adolph HAACK Naturalised 1925

Johannes Eduard HAACK
Johannes Eduard HAACK was born in about 1862 at Freiburg in the Kingdom of Hannover. He was a Sailor by profession and arrived at the Port of Melbourne on the 10th December 1880 on the ship 'SOLIDE' from Hamburgh, Deutschland.


Johannes Erick HAACK - born Germany, married Eliza jane NICHOLLS 1905

Rudolph HAAFT born Germany, married Mary Ann FIDGE 1887

Gustav HAAG
Gustav HAAG emigrated in the ship "HEINRICH MENZEL" arriving at the Port of Melbourne on the 26th September 1906. Gustav Haag was born on the 17th of October 1879 at Breisach, the Grand Duchy of Baden, by then a part of the Deutsche Reich. Haag took the Oath for the Aliens Memorial for Naturalisation on the 4th of June 1902 at Kilmore, Victoria . He was then age 32, working as an Electrical Engineer, and married, with three Australia children He had had lived at St Kilda and in Melbourne for five and half years and at Kilmore for three months.
Gustav Adolph HAAG - born Germany, married Eileen Clare BIRMINGHAM 1907
Wilhelm Emil Julius HAAK, Weribee
Wilhelm Emil Julius HAAK emigrated from Europe on the steamship "S.S>HAPSBURG' arriving at Port Melbourne on the 15th August 1887. He was born in Muhlhausen, Sachsen (saxony) Deutschland on the 5th November 1862. After embarkation he lived for six and half years in South Australia and thirteen and and half years in Victoria. At the age of 46, after 21 years in Australia, unmarried and employed as an Engine Driver, he took the Oath for the Aliens Memorial for Naturalisation at Werribee on the 22nd of August 1908.


Johann Wilhelm HAAKE
Johann Wilhelm HAAKE signed the Oath for the Aliens Memorial for Naturalisation on the 11th October 1882 after seven months in Adelaide, South Australia, where he was working as the Curator at the South Australian Museum. He was then aged 27, for he was born in about 1856 at Clenze, Kreis Lüchow-Dannenberg, Prüßen (Prussia), now in the German State of Nieder Sachsen.

Theodor Heinrich August Wilhelm HAAKE - 1915 Perth

Wilhelm Hermann Otto HAAKER - bottle-blower from Oldenburg > Adelaide

Heero De HAAN Arr. Melbourne 1912 from Singapore, Dutch, Nat. 1914

Heinrich HAARMANN Fireman, born Brauschnweig, Arr. 1904 Fremantle

Carl Charles HAAS - born Germany, married Ethel Matilda PRATT 1911

Georg HAAS b. 15 May 1880 - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)member 1908-1930/ 1914 Melbourne Wife Emily Helen EVANS b.2 Novembr 1881

Georg Jurgen HAAS - born Germany, married Ella Mabel TURNER 1908 - Nat. 1897
Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)member

Johann Friedrich HAAS. Confectioner, b.10 December 1878 Schramberg, wuerrtemberg; Res> 161 Chapel St, Prahran. Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society) at age 23 - member 1902-1905

Johann Friedrich HASS -born 12 November 1892 Alien Registered at Yea, Victora 1916

Hermann Robert Heinrich HAASE born Schweibus, Neumark, Ost Brandenburg, Prüßen (Prussia) Arr. 1879 Nat. 1879 Adelaide

Heinrich Thomas HAASE -born Germany, married Mary Ann BAKER 1901

Hugo HAASE -from Silesia, m.1885 Matilda DEANE

Lubbe Friedrich HABBEN - born Germany, married Eda Ida Eliza WEYLANDT 1902

Carl Heinrich HABERLAND - born Germany, married Lilie Marguerite WARRIOR 1909

Wilhelm @William' HABERLE -born Germany, m.1886 Mary Jane ABBOTT

Peter HABERMANN -born Germany, m.1886 Catherine DOOLIN

August Siegfried Andreas HABERNICHT born Hamburgh, married Polly WAINWRIGHT 1887

Carl Heinrich HABERSBERGER

Arthur HACKER -born Germany, married Annie MURPHY 1889

Friedrich Wilhelm HAEDGE - Born 1861 Germany. Mounted Constable at Boroloola, Northern Territory 1891, age 30

Hermann Theodor HAEGE -arrived Port Melbourne per the "CHIMBORAZO" March 1878 age 21

Friedrich 'Fred' HAENIG born Germany, married Sarah COURTNEY 1888

Rupert HAERTL - Rupert HÄRTL - b.Bavaria. Cook, Sevenhills, Clare, SA Nat. 1901

Johann HAESLOP - born Germany, married Mary Jane PETERS 1907

Theodor HAFERKORN -from Saxony, m. Henriette OBERDORF

Theodor HAEFERKORN / HAFERKORN -born Germany, married Wilhelmine SCHWERKOLT 1891

Friedrich HABERHAUSSE, Cabinetmaker / Tischler - b,8 Dez 1817 Coethen Anhalt. Res. Little Bourke St. West, Melbourne - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)member 1868-1886

Paul HABERSTEIN - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)help 1909

Heinrich HACKE - Seaman, b.28 august 1831 Altona, Hamburgh. Res. 105 Kerr St, Fitzroy. Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)member 1864-1913. d.13 October 1913 Melb. Hosp.

Johann Carl HAEUSLER / HAUSLER -born Germany, m.1886 Anna LOFHROF

Eduard HAGBOOM

Alfred HAGENDORN - German Enemy Alien, register at Darwin NT 1922

Peter Wilhelm HAGEDORN - from Hannover, married Dora Hemstedt 1894 Vic.

Johann Peter HAGEMANN

Johann HAGEMANN - from Hannover, married Mary Maria THOMAS 1892 Vic.

Theodor Gerhard HAGENS -born Germany, married Edith Maude LONG 1889

Friedrich Carl Wilhelm HAGER -born Germany, married Rose hannah BEARMORE 1893

Andreas HAHN -born Germany, m.1886 Sarah Ann BULL

Andreas HAHN - from Hamburg, married Elizabeth Jane HANSFORD 1891 Vic.

Friedrich Wilhelm HAHN -born Germany, married Mary Margaret KEATING 1892

Peter HAHN born Germany, married Mary Ann POWELL 1887

Richard HAHN, watchmaker - B.24 May 1859 Wiesbaden, Red. Wellington St, Clifton Hill - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)member 1882-

Friedrich HAHNE - from Hannover, married Dolceah Jane Schmidt 1894 Vic.

Carl Claus Bernhardt HAHNEL - b.1866 Chemnitz, Saxony, m.1890 Victoria to Annie GRIBBLE
Carl Claus Bernhardt HAHNEL was born on the 3rd May 1866 in the city of Chemnitz, Sachsen (Saxony) Deutschland. Bernhardt Hahnel emigrated out of his native Deutschland by way of crossing the border into the interim peace and refuge of Belgium. Hahnel then embarked from the Port of Antwerp, Belgium, on the vessel "SALIER" and arrived in Australia at the Port of Melbourne, Victoria in 1886. After disembarking at Melbourne, Hahnel went up to the Central Goldfields of Victoria where he was married to Annie GRIBBLE in 1890. The Hahnels resided at Marybourgh, and nearby at Timor and Bowenvale, for 11 years. In about 1898 the Hahnels immigrated to the southern desert goldfields of Western Australia, taking their three Australian daughters and two Australian sons. After 18 years in Australia, at age 38, and then working as a Gold Miner in Burbanks, Western Australia, Hahnel swore the Oath for his Aliens Memorial for Naturalisation before Justice William Lambton Owen, Resident Magistrate at Coolgardie, on the 18th May 1904. 'Charles Hahnel's petition was attested to by Mr. Thomas Edward Kein, a then seemingly substantial authority, as Postmaster of the town of Burbanks, Western Australia. The town of Burbanks is now an abandoned ghost town located between Coolgardie and Londonderry in the Goldfields-Esperance region near Kalgoorlie, Western Australia. Hahnel's address was then C/- G. W. Stapleton, Atlas Chambers, Coolgardie, Western Australia. Charles C. B. Hahnel died in the East Coolgardie district in 1935. His wife Annie Hahnel survived him, lasting till she was 95 years old, to die in Perth in 1965.


Ludwig HAIDER - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)membership Refused 1900

Gustav Adolph Reinhold HAINKE,
b. 13 November 1877 Konradswaldau, Silesia. Prussia. Arr. 1909, Mechanic, Textile Engineer /Mechanical Engineer, Hawthorn, Vic. Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)member 2 Nov 1910-1967. He died 15 December 1964 Box Hill. Wife Elsa Clara Elisabeth DAMME (21 Feb 1880 - 24 Nov 1967- d.Canterbury)> Children: Elizabeth Gerda Hainke b.1 Feb 1906; Karl Walter Hainke; Herbart Friedrich Hainke' Reinhold Alfred Hainke.

Albert Reinhold HAINISCH - Nat. 1901

Heinrich Konrad HAINTZ - Naturalised 1895

Anton 'Anthony' HALBIG- born abt 1854 Bohemia, Österreich . Miller at Daly River, NT 1891 age 37

Gottlieb HALBISCH -born Germany, m.1886 Susan McLEOD

Samuel HALBISCH

Hugo HALDMAIER -born Germany, married Elizabeth Forrest DUNCAN 1889

Louis Ludwig HALSINGER born Germany, married Maria ELLIGOTT 1888

Julius Ferdinand HALTERMANN

C. HAMBURG - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)Assistance 1909

Heinrich Adolphus Theodore 'Henry' HAMILTON born Germany, married Jane HOARSE 1888

Carl 'Cahrles HAMMANN -born Germany, married Ellen KILBY 1889

Johannes HAMMANN born Germany, married Elizabeth HARDER 1887

Friedrich HAMMER- Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)assistance 1884 (blind)

HAMPF - Hauf- Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society) Assist 1881

Leo HANAU (HANAN?) -born Germany, married ELiza CARTER 1893 - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society) assistance 1900

Franz HANDERSON / Frank ANDERSON -born Germany, m.1886 Mary Alice HEITHER

Julius HANDLOS born Prussia, married 1883 Catherine MOONEY

HANENSTEIN - see HAUENSTEIN

Karl HANKEL -born Germany, married Sarah ATTWOOOD 1892

Heinrich 'HArry' HANKS / HANKZ -born Germany, married Agnes STANTON 1893

Carl August Seigfried HANNEMANN - born Germany, married Johanne BAHLMANN 1905

Carl August Paul HANNIG (1846-1923) .
Carl August Paul HANNIG was born about 1846 at Neisse, Silesia, Provinz Oppole, Ober Schlesien, Prussia. He emigrated with his brother (below) by way of England and embarked from London on the ship "COTAPAXI" to arrive in Australia at the Port of Melbourne at the end of May 1880. On disembarking he went to the Mallee. He was married in Victoria in 1884 to Mornington-born Jane Mary HARRIS. Their children were born at Nurrabiel, west of the Grampians and south of Horsam: Bertha Clara Hannig 1885; Ada Agnes Hannig 1886; Joseph Richard Hannig 1888; Anna May Victoria Hannig 1889; Franzis Albert Hannig 1892 Horsham; and then Maud Vivian Hannig 1894 at Wycheproof; Marie Luise Hannig (1896-1896) at Springfields; Helene Elisabeth 1897 and Paul August Hannig 1899 at Sea Lake, Victoria.


Robert Heinrich HANNIG (1856-1904)
Robert Heinrich HANNIG (1856-1904) was born in 1856 at Neisse, Provinz Oppole, Ober Schlesien, Prussia. He emigrated with his brother (above) by way of England and embarked from London on the ship "COTAPAXI" to arrive in Australia at the Port of Melbourne at the end of May 1880. Upon disembarking he went up the Wimmera-Mallee region. On the 4th February 1907 he was a Farmer at Connangorach, near Horsham when he took the Oath to be Naturalised. Robert Hannig married Bertha KRAUSE in 1893 in Victoria. Their children were born in Horsham: Paul Walter Hannig 1894; Oscar carl Hannig 1896; Clara agnes Hannig 1899 and Henirch Robert Hannig in 1901.


Pastor Rudolph Emil Johannes HANOW – Lutheran Clergyman
Pastor Rudolph Emil Johannes HANOW – born 9 August 1862 Neudorf, Öst Prüßen (East Prussia) Deutschland. Studied at Berlin University. To USA. Graduated Concordia Seminary, St Louis, USA 1892. Served a German-French congregation at Webster City, Iowa 1892. To South Australia. Emmaus-Eudunda 1894-1900. Returned to USA/ Served Shawano, Wisconsin 1900-1906. Served Batavia, Wisconsin 1906 –1911. Rudolph Emil Johannes HANOW was married to Ottilie Luise BÜCHER (BUECHER. Their children born in Australia were Antonie Louise HANOW –born 23 Febraury 1895 Eudunda, South Australia; and Otto Marin Johannes HANOW – born 24th October 1896 Eudunda, South Australia. Rudolph Emil Johannes HANOW Died 10 January 1930 in the U.S.A.

Georg Eugen HANS - born France m.1905 Agnes Mary Louise PENNICOTT

Andreas Heinrich HANSEN, Married. Res. Golden Fleece Hotel, Melbourne. Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)member 15 Dec 1868 - 4 Jan 1871

Auguste Heinrich 'Hy' HANSEN born Germany, married Elise Dorothea Johanne HALLIFAX 1887

Carl Johann HANSEN -born Germany, married Alice TAYLOR 1889

'Charles John' Karl Johannes HANSEN -born Germany, married Ellen Jane GILLIES 1895

Franz HANSEN -arrived Port Melbourne per the "CHIMBORAZO" Januar 1881 age 24
Franz Daniel Heinrich HANSEN -born Germany, married Anna Louise BEHLA 1889

Georg Anton Christian HANSEN - born Germany, married Beatrice Franzisca KAUPER 1907

Hans Johannes Christian HANSEN -born Germany, m.1886 Louisa SMITH / SCHMIDT

Heinrich Peter HANSEN -born Germany, married Mary McCRAE 1894

James/Jakob Wilhelm HANSEN - born Germany, married Martha SMITH/ SCHMITT 1907

Joseph HANSEN, Jeweller

Hans HANSEN Arr.Pt Melb.per'FRIEDRICH DER GROSSE' Nov 1898 age 28

Johann Friedrich HANSEN
Johann Friedrich HANSEN was born in about 1854 in the Hanseatic Free City of Hamburgh, Deutschland. He arrived in Australian at the Port of Adelaide in 1973 on the ship 'COLDSTREAM.' He immigrated with his Australian born wife, Ellen WILCOTT to MIldura, Victoria where Hansen conducted a Livery Stable and worked as a Carrier. They had two Australian sons and one daughter. J. F. Hansen died in Mildura on the 3 April 1932.


Johannes John HANSEN - born Germany, married Phyllis AKHURST 1906

Mads Christian Ludolph HANSEN -born Germany, married Georgina PARSONS 1895

Matthias HANSEN-arrived Port Melbourne per the "CHIMBORAZO" Januar 1881 age 37

Peter HANSEN - born Germany, married Sarah HANSEN 1908

Hans Christoph HANSEN

Thomas HANSEN -born Germany, married Katie McGRATH 1890

Peter Christian HANSEN HAAS -born Germany, married Maria Elizabeth MANCELL 1894

Georg HANSER / HANSEN - born Germany, married Helene Luise Maud HIRTHE 1911

Jakob Jacob HANSER -born Germany, m.1886 Mary Jane LYONS

Wilhelm HANSON -arrived Port Melbourne per the "CHIMBORAZO" April 1879 age 21

Georg Christian Marcus HANSTEIN from germany m.1882 Ceciie MUELLER

Oscar HANSTEIN - from Hamburg, married Annie Luise KONGMENG 1892 Vic.

Rudolph Friedrich Louis VON HANSTEIN
The young Baron, Rudolf Friedrich Louis VON HANSTEIN was born on the 5th January 1849 at Wahlhausen, in the Eichsfeld District of Thuringia, (Kreis Eichsfeld, Thuringen) in Deutschland. He emigrated, from an Interim Sanctuary in transition in England, embarking on the ship "NARRUNG" to arrive in Australia at the Port of Melbourne, Victoria, on 5th November 1901. He lived at on Port Phillip bay at Brighton, Melbourne for the first two years, then spent eight months in Henty, New South Wales before spending a time at Warrakimbo Station, near Hawker in the Flinders Ranges of South Australia, after which he headed for Adelaide. When he fulfulled the conditions for his Oath for the Aliens Memorial for Naturalisation on the seventh of November 1905, he was unmarried, following the profession of Prospector, and residing in Adelaide, South Australia, though his final correspondence on the matter is addressed from Henty, New South Wales. - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)assistance 1901-1902.


Paul P HARBIG -Hairdresser b. 29 July 1884 Breslau, Silesia, Prüßen (Prussia), married Marta Marie RAU (b.13 Dec 1885) m.1912 - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)member 2June 1909 - 27 May 1914.

August HARDECKER, of 30 Lonsdale St, Melb. Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)member 1869-1874

Paul Christian Johann HARDENACK - Tanner, b.23 aug 1845 Schwerin. Arrived on the ship SHANNON. Res. Footscray, vic. Wife: Anne Marie (b.17 Jan 1853). Children: Grace Annie Elisabeth (b.30 May 1882; Anna Margaret Hardenack b. 18 July 1885; Elisabeth Hardenack b. 17May 1890. - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)member 1872- 1916

H. HARDENHERN or HAURENHORN - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)assistance 1883 - lost finger

Ernst Theodor HARDER - born 4 Feb 1866 Danzig, Prüßen (Prüssia), married Helen Luise Dorothea SCHMIEDEL 1900 Vic. - Chef

Ernst Theodore HARDER - born Germany, married Maud Jessie OSLIP / ISLIP 1911

Johannes Leberecht Siegensreich HARDTMANN
Johannes Leberecht Siegensreich HARDTMANN was born on the 22nd Oktober 18523 at the Baltic Port of Swinemünde, Pommern (Pomerania), Prüßen (Prussia), (now Świnoujście, northwestern Poland). He emigrated via the interim port of refuge and economny via England, from the Port of London on the vessel "MOUNTAIN LAUREL" to arrive at the Port of Adelaide on the 14th January 1880. After embarkation he worked as a Commercial Travellor / Salesman, living at first in Adealide, then in Melbourne, Victoria, and in Sydney, New South Wales. Hardtmann married in Australia. Through the agency of George Milbourne March, Justice of the Peace of NSW, then aged 53, Hardtmann swore to Oath for his Aliens Memorial for Naturalisation, then employed as a self-employed shopkeeper at 35 Curtis Road, Balmain, New South Wales, on the 2nd August 1906.


Otto Christian HÄRING

Oscar HARJES - from Berlin. Married Lucy Louisa Lucinda Bennett 1895 Victoria

Herr HARKUKOSKI -arrived Port Melb. Vic. per "KARLSRUHE" August 1893 age 23

Hermann Ludwig HARKANSEE

Johann HARM - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)assist 1894

Carl HARMES -born Germany, m.1886 Anne SHORT

Albert Peter Heinrich 'Hy' HARMS born Germany, married Emily Elisabeth VAVASSEUR 1887

Carl Heinrich Wilhelm HARMS, Hairdresser, b.30 June 1883 Holle, nr Derneburg. Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)member 25 Aug 1909 -?

HARMS BROS- Lutheran Pastors


Pastor Heinrich Christoph HARMS -
Heinrich Hertwig Otto Christoph HARMS was born on the 3rd May 1853 ar Zabernholz, Deutschland. he Graduated from the Hermmansburg Free Church Seminary, Ülzen, Deutschland 1882. To Australia. Burrumbuttock NSW 1883-1904. Kirchheim, Victoria 1904-1923. Heinrich Hertwig Otto Christoph HARMS was married in 1884 to Meta HOLSTER in Albury, on the Upper Murray River on the borders of New South Wales. Children: Christoph Heinrich Theodor Harms – born 1889 Albury, NSW; Hartwig W. W. Harms –born 1893, Albury NSW; Anna C. M. Harms –born 1898 Albury NSW; Johanne Dorothea Harms – born 1900 Albury, NSW; and Heinrich Egmont Otto Harms (1904-1904 at Minyip, in the Wimmera, Victoria). Pastor Harms was President of the Victoria ECLA Lutheran District. At age 74, Heinrich Hertwig Otto Christoph HARMS, died on 18 April 1927 while visiting Waterloo, South Australia from his normal place of residence at Grovedale (Germantown), Geelong, Victoria,. His wife, Meta HARMS, survived him to die at age 86 years at Evandale, South Australia on the 26th August 1949.


Pastor Johann Christian HARMS. Lutheran Clergyman, Blumberg, Sth Aust.
Pastor Johann Heinrich Christian HARMS – born 8 February 1953 Zarenholz, Deutschland. Graduated from Hermmansburg Free Church Seminary, Ülzen, Deutschland 1882. To Australia. Blumberg SA 1883-1919. member of the Church Council, College Board, Electoral Board; secretary of the Mission Board. At the age of 31 Johann Heinrich Christian HARMS was married on the 23rd July 1884 to 23 year old Catherine Dorothea Engel LUETJENS at the Lutheran Church, Blumberg, South Australia. Their children: Heinrich Wilhelm Harms- born 13th August 1885 Blumberg SA; Dorothea Emilie Harms –born13th October 1887 Blumberg SA; Friedrich Leberecht Harms – born 19th November 1894 Blumberg SA; Marie Sophie Harms – born 13 April 1897 Blumberg SA; and Arnold Ehrich Harms – born 18th Dezember 1899 at Blumberg, South Australia. At age 66 Johann Heinrich Christian HARMS died on the 11 August 1919 at Birdwood (formerly Blumberg) South Australia. His wife Catherina Dorothea Engel HARMS survived him to die at the same place at age 78 on the 18th June 1940.


Heinrich Friedrich Wilhelm HARMS -born Germany, married Elizabeth ALLEN 1898

Julius Diedrich Eberhard HARMSEN
Julius Diedrich Eberhard HARMSEN b. 1886 Bremerhaven Arr. 1904 OLDENBOURG > Dandenong > Prahran m. Vic. Clerk Nat.1911 'Erika' Caulfield, Vic


Johann HARMSTORF - Naturalised 1882 South Australia - died 1905 Perth, Western Australia

Johannes 'John' HARMSTORF - Registered as an Enemy Alien 1916 Perth, Western Australia

Died Wilhelm Heinrich HARMSTORF -m. 16 June 1892 Residence of Johann 'John' HARMSTORF, Glanville, Adelaide, SA to Mary Ann ELiza PRITCHARD -he @ age 20; she @ age 19 yrs - Five Children born Glanville & Exeter, Adelaide, South Australia between 1893 - 1902. - Naturalised 1897 South Australia? died: 1957 Perth, Western Australia @ 84 yrs. His wife Mary Ann ELiza HARMSTORF dfied the same year Perth, Western Australia, also at 84 yrs.
Carl Heinrich 'Charles Henry' HARMSTORF
Carl Heinrich 'Charles Henry' HARMSTORF- m.31 October 1896 Holy Trinity Church, Adelaide, South Australia to Olive Edith Helen MARTIN - he @ age 21; she @ age 20 - Three children born Glanville, Adelaide, SA between 1899-1902
Ernst Peter Georg HARMSTORF
Ernst Peter Georg HARMSTORF was married in 1902 in Fremantle, W.A. to May CAMPBELL: - Children: -1. Harold David Ernst HARMSTORF - b.1903 Fremantle, Western Australia; 2. Arnold A HARMSTORF -b.1907 Coolgardie, Western Australia; 3. Irene Campbell HARMSTORF -b.25 February 1910 Exeter SA; 4. Richard Bramwell HARMSTORF -b.8 March 1913 Semaphore. Ernst Peter Georg HARMSTORF was Naturalised in 1936. Ernst Peter Georg HARMSTORF died 4th January 1959 @ Largs North, Semaphore, SA @ 90 yrs. He wife May survived him, dying on the 3rd September 1966 @ North Adelaide, SA @ 84 yrs

Karl HARPER - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)Assist 1904

Heinrich Bernhardt HAROLD -born Germany, married Alice MARUM 1890

Moses HARRIS - von Poland

Franzis Hermann HART - born Germany, married Teresa MORAN 1903

August HARTING -born Germany, married Elizabeth CLARK 1896

Ernst Robert HARTKOPF

Adolph Maximilian HARTMANN -born Germany, married Frances Emma CURRELL 1894

Gotthelf Reinhold HARTMANN born Germany, married Annie Emilie Adelaide MILLER 1888
Gotthelf Reinhold HARTMANN was a Miller by profession, born in Langenau, near Ulm, in the Swabian Alps (Alb-Donau) in Koenigreich Württemberg,(now the State of Baden-Württemberg) in Deutschland, in about 1855. He emigrated to arrive in Australia at the Port of Melbourne on the 28th Dezember 1879 on the ship "ATALANTA" out of London, England. He completed his Aliens Memorial of Naturalisation on the 1st March 1897, at the age of 42, after 17 years in Australia. He was then living with his family at No. 1 Tennyson street, Kensington, Victoria. He was married to Annie Emilie Adelaide MILLER in Melbourne in 1888.


Jakob Friedrich HARTMANN -born Germany, married Elizabeth Jane PENNOCK 1896

Ludwig Ludolph HARTMANN - born Germany, married Emma Marianne KEATING 1909

Johann Joachim Friedrich HARTMANN -born Germany, married Helen WILLIS 1896

Paul Gustav Leopoldt HARTMANN - born Leipzig, Prüßen (Prüssia), married Lotte FRISWELL 1891

Joachim Johann Friedrich HARTMANN -born Germany, married Caroline Christiane Marie VOIGT 1890

Maximilian Rudolph HARTMANN -born Germany, married Frieda Elise PULS 1889

Rudolph HARTMANN -arrived Port Melbourne per the "CHIMBORAZO" Januar 1881 age 28

G. HARTUNG - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society) Assist 1891

Karl August Ernst HARTUNG -born Germany, married Ida Emilie HAGENAUER 1890

N. HARTUNG Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)member 1870-1874

Heinrich HASE b.1851 Scheibus, Posen, Prussia - Departed Hamburg on 11 May 1879 per "SOPHIE" Arrived Adelaide 22 August 1879, @ age 27 Tuchmacher/ Draper/Clothmaker

Otto HASSA - von Prüßen (Prussia), married Alice ANDERSON 1903

Eduard HASSELBACH Mechanic, von Neustadt-am-Rhein
Eduard HASSELBACH b. 5 March 1851 (or1847?) at Neutsadt a/d Rehein. Res: 117 Punt rD, rICHMOND. Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)member 16 Feb 1881 - 3 Nov 1928. Wife: Emily (b.21 Sept 1866). Children: Constance Eugenie b. 28 Mar 1888; Franz Eduard Johnston b.29 Oct 1889; Eduard August b.28 Aug 1891; Herbert Emil b. 16 Dec 1893.


Luise Johannes August HATTENBACH

Wilhelm HATTERSCHEID, (aka HATTERS) Engineer b. 21 Oct 1878 Germany. Wife. Kate Agnes (b.15 Jan 1882) - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)member 13 sept 1923 - 4 May 1952 Abbotsford

Matthaus HAUBER (1856-1924)

Matthaus HAUBER - b. 1856 Sägemühle? Ellenberg, Ostalb-kreis, Königreich Württemberg, Deutschland. - d.1924 Wirrabara, South Australia, Australia. - Arrived with his sister, Maria Ursula HAUBER, and brother-in-law, Kaspar FURST, in Adelaide late on the 11th October 1883 on the ship "MARSCELLA". [It is otherwise recorded that "Interestingly, Matthaus does not appear on any shipping records that I have found, indicating that he may have made a last minute decision to come to Australia or perhaps even a stowaway] . Matthaus was naturalised within one or two days of arriving in South Australia on the 13th October 1883. It appears that he returned to Germany, by then a naturalised British subject, and fathered a child, Leonard HAUBER (b. Sep 6 1886, Strasbourg, in the Deutsch Reich (since WW1 again in France), with his frau, Maria Anna ALTMANN. The couple then came to Australia with their son, marrying in St John, Laura, South Australia in October 1888. They spent the rest of the life at Wirrabara, South Australia, and were survived by six children. One of the children, Antonio (b. 1898, Wirrabarra, South Australia), enlisted in 1915 and served in Europe for the duration of WWI. He returned with an English wife. Several of his grandchildren served Australia in WWII. One grandson, Mervyn JOHNS, was shot down and killed off the coast of Timor in December 1942.

Philip Pauley from Sydney Harbour Books writes: "I do not know the specific reasons why Matthaus, or indeed his sister and brother-in-law, left Germany, but am interested in your theories and ideas. Matthaus and his family led a very simple, almost self sustained, life on their small plot of land on the outskirts of Wirrabara."

- With thanks to Philip Pauley from Sydney Harbour Books for news of the Haubers, and for details.




Karl HAUENSTEIN Arr. Port Melbourne per SEYDLITZ October 1908 age 19
Karl HAUENSTEIN was born on the 2nd November 1888 at Degerfelden, Canton Aargau, Switzerland. He emigrated on of Switzerland via Italy and embarked from Genoa to arrive in Australia at the the Port or Melbourne per the steamship "SEYDLITZ' on the 15th October 1908 at age 19. After five years in Australia Karl HAUENSTEIN was working as a labourer at Beech Forest in the Otway Forests of Western Victoria when he swore the Oath of his Aliens Memorial to be naturalised on the 8th June 1914. Karl HAUENSTEIN worked for many years in the Tarnagulla-Inglewood area of the Loddon Goldfields. He died in 1957 in Geelong, Victoria, Australia.


Gustav Richard HAUFF born Germany, married Elise BUSZCH 1888 - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society) assistance 1881

Paul HAUFFE, Engineer. b.9 aug 1868 germany. Wife Emma. Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)member 1923-from Teutonia Lodge

Christoph HAUSER -born Germany, married Margarette Susannah RIEGELHUTH 1891

Georg HAUSER, Turner & Fitter, Married. b. 19 Dec 1879 Eiterbach. Wife: Helena(b.16 July 1891) Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)member 13 Sept 1923 from Teutonia Lodge - d. 13 July 1955 Thornbury

Jacob HAUSER - born Prüßen (Prüssia), married Emily HAnnah BROWN 1892 Vic.

Mrs Mili HOUSLOW (Mili HANDLES) - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society) decrepit assist 1883

Heinrich Ernst HAUSTORFER - born Germany, married Johanne Luise Minna GULBIN 1911

Alfred Joseph HAUTRIVE - born Belgium, married Sarah Lillian BARTER 1912

Luis Johannes August HATTENBACH - born Germany, married Eileen EditH HEFFERNAN 1903

Heinrich Johann HATTERS - born Germany, married Charlotte STANLEY 1906

Johann Wilhelm HATTERSCHIED - born Germany, married Kate Agnes MANTON 1909

Friedrich Wilhelm HAUSER -born Baden, m.1886 Emily Emilia SHACKLETON

Georg HAUSER - born Germany, married Helen Louise Maud HIRTHE 1911

Harry Heinrich HAUSER - born Germany, married Catherine COULSON 1902

August HAUTH born Germany, married Minnie COGAN 1888

T W HARWEIS -arrived Port Melbourne per the "CHIMBORAZO" March 1878 age 32

Felix HAYLEBROECK -
Felix HAYLEBROECK b.21 Dec 1855 Antwerp, Belgium. Arrived September 1881 on the AMALFI. Wife: Marie EPPLE (b.14 April 1866) - Children: Colette H b.21 Apr 1884; Francis H b.29 sept 1886; Lillium H b.13 July 1888; Norman H b.15 May 1891. Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)member from age 29 - 4 June 1884 -d. 5 April 1927


Wilhelm Heinrich Friedrich HEBERLE -born Germany, married Lydia Mary TURNHAM 1906

Wilhelm HEBERLE born Hannover, married Louisa Maud BARROS 1887

A HEBERLEIN -Arr.Pt Melb.per'FRIEDRICH DER GROSSE' Nov 1898 age 31

Hugo August HEBESTADT - Mechanical and Civil Engineer.
Hugo August HEBESTADT Born on 12th March 1862 at Duesseldorf, Provinz Rhein, Deutschland. Emigrated from London England Steamship 'HABSBURG' arrived Port Melbourne 28th August 1887. > 8 yrs Melborune > Brisbane, QLD 2 yrs > Sydney NSW > 7 yes by 1905. Mechanical and Civil Engineer. Married - Res.No.77 Pitt Street, Redfern NSW, Nat. 23 October 1905


Ernst Heinrich 'Ernest' HEBENSTREIT born Saxony, married Dorothea SCHEEL 1888

Herr HEBSTADT -arrived Port Melb. Vic. per "KARLSRUHE" August 1893 age 31; with wife 28

Miss HECHLER - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)assist 1906

Wilhelm HECKENDORF born Prüßen (Prussia), married 1880 Bertha SCHWARZE

Adolf HECKOTSCH, Musician, Married. Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)nominee 2 August 1882 @ age 26 - discontinued.

Herr HEDDERMANN - Arr. Pt Melb. per 'FRIEDRICH DER GROSSE' Januar 1897 age 25

Georg HEAD/HEDT/HEID- born Königreich Württemberg, married Annabella FREEMAN 1896 Vic.

Emil Rudolf HEDT - born Germany, married Louise Bertha SIEBER / SILBER 1903

Julius Ferdinand HEDT -born Germany, married Sophie Mathilde SIEBER 1898

Wilhelm HEESE- b. 1833 Clausdorf, West Prussia - Emigrated departing Hamburg 25 Feb 1878 per "EDUARD" in To arrived Adelaide SA 18 June 1878 @ age 45 Landarbeiter/ Farm Labourer - with wife Friedericje 39 & 4 daughters

Johann Gottlieb HEGELIN / HEGELAN -born Germany, married Anna Maria KAISER 1897

Johann Caspar HEGMEYER -born Germany, married Marie Ann BAGLE 1896

Christian HEHR -born Germany, married Amelia SPRIGGS 1894

Jacob HEHR -born Germany, m.1886 Magdalene WUCHATSCH

Max HEHRIG - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society) refused 1880

Friedrich DE HEID - born France - married Amelia STURNI 1908

Johann Franzis HEID - married Maude F Whitfield 1907 Perth, WA. He died @ 88 years 1959 Fremantle, WA

Georg HEID - born Königreich Württemberg, married Ellen WHITE/ WEISS 1872

Johann Georg HEIDE born Germany, married Ida Johanna Sophie WIESE 1887

August Heinrich Von Der HEIDE
August Heinrich Von Der HEIDE was born in about 1868 in Allwördenerdeich, near Freiburg, Hannover, Königreich Hannover, Prussia, which less that three years later was incorporated into the Deutsch Reich. Von Der Heide emigrated out of the Deutsch Reich well ahead of his majority, at the tender age of of Fifteen, and arrived in Australia at the Port of Adelaide, where he took the Oath of his Aliens Memorial and was Naturalised six days later on the 18th of June 1883. For all his fifteen years he thensomewhat cannily described himself as an Agricultural Labourer.
Johann Georg Ludwig VON DER HEIDE born Germany, married Ida Johanne Sophie WIESE 1887 - Daughter: Lena Magdalene Ruby Von Der HEIDE b.1888 Ascot Vale. Son: Berthold Ludwig Von Der HEIDE born 1890 Ascot Vale, Victoria.

Hermann VON DER HEIDE / HEYDE born Germany, married Margaret Ann KIDD 1887
Hermann VON DER HEYDE was born on the 27th June 1860 in Brandenburg, Prussia. He arrived from Germany on the 14th March 1881 on the ship HERTHA' at Port Melbourne, Victoria. He then risided continuously in the Goldfields city of Bendigo, except for a period spent in the Wimmera town of Nhill in 1885-1886. He was an Engine Driver by occupation and live in Backhaus Street, Long Gully, Bendigo, Victoria. At age 44 after 23 years in Victoria. Hermann Von Der Heyde was Naturalised on the 1st day of April 1904.
Matthias Josef HEIDECKER - Naturalised 1924 -1932

Friedrich August HEIDEL
Friedrich August HEIDEL was born on the 2nd May 1848 at Kutschen, Posen, Prussia, which was incorporated into the Federated Deutschland after 1871. In 1884 Heidel emigrated out of the Deutsch Reich by way of the interim hub of refuge in Belgium from which place he embarked at the Port of Antwerp, on the Barque "SNOWDEN" to arrive in Australia at the Port of Sydney, New South Wales on Christmas Eve 1884. On disembarking Heidel resided in Sydney for twelve months and then immigrated south to Melbourne, Victoria for the next 27 years. He was an unmarried Cook residing at No.237 Latrobe Street, Melbourne, Victoria, when he took the Oath of his Aliens Memorial for Naturalisation on the 21st April 1911.
Paul August HEIDEMANN - b.1860 Berlin Arr 1879 Sydney - Storeman Balmain

Carl HEIDEN - married to Emily PINKER 1890 Perth, WA. He died @ 42 years 1903 Western Australia.

Max Alexander Seigfried HEIDEN - born Berlin. ENGINEER Married to Emily Josephine MARTYR in 1899 Northam, WA. He died @ 84 yrs 1955 Perth, WA

Carl Von HEIDEN - born on the 13th April 1877 at Berlin, Brandenburg, in the Deutsch Reich. Arrived in Australia from Shanghai, China, on the ship 'GERMANIA' to arrive at the Port of Melbourne on the 4th April 1902. Piano Manufacturer

Carl Otto Willibad WEGENER-HEIDENREICH Prüßen
Carl Otto Willibad WEGENER-HEIDENREICH emigrated from Germany on the vessel "S.S. KARLSRUHE" to arrive in Australia at the Port of Melbourne, Victoria, on the 20th August 1899. Wegener-Heidenreich was born on the 22nd August 1870 at Bromberg, on the Vistula & Brda Rivers, in the Regierungsbezirke Bromberg, Grand Duchy of Posen, Prüßen (Prussia), Deutschland (now Bydgoszcz, in the Rejencja, Poland). After disembarking he lived for two years in Melbourne, then immigrated to Sydney, New South Wales for six months, before continuing north up the Continent to Queensland, where he lived at Gladstone for eighteen months, Mount Morgan for five years, Mount Chalmers for two and a half years, and then to settle in Rockhampton. He took the Oath in his Aliens Memorial for Naturalisation while working as a Timber-Clerk / Timber Foreman in Rockhampton, Queensland - on the hateful war's yawning brink of enmity - on the 7th August 1914. He was then married, with a native-born Australian son, and living at 137 Archer Street, Rockhampton.


Friedrich Wilhelm Robert HEIDEPRIEM - Arrived in south Australia - died 8th June 1937 at age 88 at Parkside , late of Balaklava, South Australia. Heidepriem's wife, Hanna Lydia, died 6th May 1942 at 80 years in Freeling, South Australia.


Ernst HEILMANN - Arr. Pt Melb. per 'FRIEDRICH DER GROSSE' Januar 1897 age 38; with wife Frau F Heilmann 50; Kind: -Emma Hielmann 10.

Otto HEILMANN - Arr. Pt Melb. per 'FRIEDRICH DER GROSSE' Januar 1897 age 22

Myer HEILMAN -
Myer HEILMAN b. 21 May 1882 Belz, Galizien, Austria - Arr.. 16 Nov 191 from Lonodn per BREMEN at Pt Sydney NSW > Melbourne , >Nat. 11 Dec 1913 Paddington, Sydney Occ. Licensed Hawker
Ernst Arthur HEIMANN - born 28 Oct 1883 Braecke, Oldenbourg Stadt, Germany, Arr. from Deutschland 26 Oct 1909 'GERBEDORF' at Port Melbourne. married Isabella McANAULTY 1912 Victoria > Res> Doncaster > NSW, > Jindera, NSW, Blacksmith Unmarried Nat. at Albury 9 January 1912

HEILUND - Single, Shoemaker - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)nominee 29 July 1874 age 36 - not excepted

Georg Carl HEIMBROD -born Germany, married Emma Thomas 1892

Gustav Adolph Emil HEIN - born Germany, married Lillian Gerte PANTEL 1908

Maximilian Leo HEIN - born Germany, married Elisabeth O'SULLIVAN 1912

Heinrich Friedrich Ferdinand HEINE - from Hannover, married Ida FEIGE 1893 Vic.

Heinrich HEINE born Saxony, married Louise HERRMANN 1887

Johann HEINE - Res, Esplanade East, Sandridge, Pt Melb. - Married 25 Oct 1870. Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)member 26 Oct 1870 - 1872?

Thomas S HEINE -arrived Port Melbourne per the "CHIMBORAZO" June 1881 age 40

Conrad Johann Christian HEINS born Hannover, married Ada Annie COGHILL 1887

Johann Jacob HEINS -born Germany, m.1886 Caroline CHarlotte HETTLICH

Emil HEINRICH - Hat Maker. Married. b. 2 April 1853 Hamburgh. Res. 121 Smith St, Fitzroy. Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)member from age 32, 13 Jan 1886 - ?



Adophus Emil HEINRICHS

Adophus Emil HEINRICHS- born 18th October 1857 at Ernsthof, West Prussia, Deutschland, HEINRICHS Emigrated with his wife and family on the Nord-Deutscher-Llloyd Steamship "PROCIDA" arriving in Port Adelaide, South Australia on 30th June 1884. Upon Disembarkation Heinrichs lived for two years in Adelaide, before going to Melbourne, Victoria from 1886 until about 1895




Adolphus Heinrich Julius Carl Heinrichs - or "DOLPH HEINRICHS" -

Adolphus Heinrich Julius Carl Heinrichs - or "DOLPH HEINRICHS" was born 28 April 1883 "Dolph" HEINRICHS : EMIGRATED with father Adolphus Emil HEINRICHS (above) his mother and siblings on the Nord-Deutscher-Llloyd Steamship "PROCIDA" arriving in Port Adelaide, South Australia on 30th June 1884. Upon Disembarkation Heinrichs lived for two years in Adelaide, before going to Melbourne, Victoria from 1886 until about 1895. In 1896 he immigrated to western Australia and was domiciled in Fremantle, WA. He went on to become a famous Australian cricketer. ADolphus HEINRICHS had been 22 years in Australia when he took the Aliens Memorial to be Naturalised from his residence at No.144 King Street, East Fremantle, Western Australia, on teh 6th March 1906,when he was still unmarried, and from where he was working as a Schoolmaster and teacher. ---

From WIKIPEDIA


Adolphos Heinrich Julius Carl "Dolph" Heinrichs (28 April 1883 – 24 June 1967) was an Australian rules footballer who played with East Fremantle and North Fremantle in the West Australian Football Association (WAFA). He also represented the Western Australian cricket team in two first-class cricket matches.

Heinrichs[1] was born in Germany and immigrated with his family to Australia shortly after his birth.[2] He spent some of his childhood in Victoria but played his junior football in Western Australia, prior to joining East Fremantle in 1899. He played with East Fremantle for two years and then went to the Western Australian goldfields where he played with Kalgoorlie in the 1901 Goldfields Football Association season.[3] The following year he was back in the WAFA, but this time at North Fremantle, who were playing their inaugural season.

In 1904, while still with North Fremantle, Heinrich was called up to the state team, for a tour of Victoria and South Australia.[4] He made his interstate debut on 8 August, against Victoria at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, playing from the back pocket. Although a defender, he was tried at full-forward for the match two weeks later against South Australia at Jubilee Oval. He performed well, kicking five of his team's 10 goals in a nine point win.

As a result of his efforts in Adelaide, East Fremantle used him as a forward when he returned to the club in 1905. He was a member of their 1906 premiership winning team, playing with his younger brother Albert. Another brother, Wilhelm, would also later play at East Fremantle.

The 1906 grand final win over West Perth was the last of his 60 league games, which had brought 64 goals. He retired as a player but remained in the league for several seasons as an umpire.[5]

In the 1922/23 cricket season, Heinrichs played his two first-class matches for Western Australia and finished with an impressive average of 63.50 from three innings. This was largely due to his score on debut, 91 not out, against the Marylebone Cricket Club at the WACA Ground in Perth.[6] He had batted at four on that occasion and was promoted to opener for the match against New South Wales at the same venue later in the summer. He was dismissed in both innings, both scores of 12 and 24.[7] Heinrichs worked at the Education Department for many years, teaching in schools across the state. He was the mentor of Australian Test cricketer Ernest Bromley.[8]

He later had book published entitled "The Jubilee Book", which covers the history of the East Fremantle Football Club up until 1947.[9]

References and notes

^ Both Cricket Archive and Cricinfo list his surname as "Heindricks" but primary sources such as newspapers, as well as WAFL references, spell it "Heinrichs"
^ The Advertiser, "Obituary", 20 July 1929. p. 15
^ The West Australian, "Goldfields Football – The Game At Kalgoorlie – Notes And Notions", 18 May 1901. p. 7
^ Sunday Times, "Mr. Dolph Heinrichs", 15 November 1931. p. 12
^ Sunday Times, "Perth V. North Fremantle", 21 April 1907. p. 2
^ "Western Australia v Marylebone Cricket Club". CricketArchive.
^ "Western Australia v New South Wales". CricketArchive.v ^ The Hobart Mercury, "Former Coach's Opinion", 9 February 1933. p. 10
^ "East Fremantle Football Club : celebrating 100 years of tradition : a trilogy of history / by Jack Lee". National Library of Australia.


Friedrich HEINRICH / HEINRICKS - born Germany, married Agnes ANDERSON 1903

Johann Heinrich HEINTZ - from Hamburg, married Kate BRIARUS 1889 Vic.

Wilhelm Carl Ferdinand HEINZE - born Saxony, m.1886 Dorothea Magdalina A. TRENNT

Johann HEINTZLE, Tischler/ Cabinet maker- b. 3 April 1847 Guetzir, Germany. Res: Comerlen Lane, Melb. Melbourne Deutscher rankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)member 2 June 1868 - 19 Nov 1884. Struck off

Heinrich HEIPER - from Hannover, married Maria Theresia Dietert 1890 Vic.

Carl Ludwig HEISE born Germany, married Catherine McKENZIE 1888

Johann Adolph Richard HELD - von Prüßen (Prussia), married Helene Maria BENNER 1909

Matilda HELL, widow with four children 3-9 yrs; Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)assustance 1890

Friedrich HELLER -born Germany, married Elizabeth WILLMOTT 1897

Heinrich HELLER Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)member 1864-1866

M HELLINGER -Arr.Pt Melb.per'FRIEDRICH DER GROSSE' Nov 1898 age 24

Carl Charles HELMBRECHT - born Prüßen (Prussia), m.1886 Elizabeth SHAW

Alwin Wiegard HELWIG - from Saxony, married Henriette Bertha Emma BOHLE 1893 Vic.

Johann Friedrich Wilhelm HELWIG -born Germany, married Christiane PIETSCH 1892

Louis HELWIG, cripple - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)assist 1886

M HELWIG Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)assist 1880

Luis Ludwig HELLMAN - born Miner, Northern territory 1881

Bernhardt HELLMUTH - born Germany, married Eva Evelyn TREMBARTH 1902

Theodor HELLWEGE - from Hamburg, married Carol Mary BALMER 1889 vic.

Louis Moritz HELLWIG - born Germany, married Alice TOWLES 1911

Theodor Eduard HELLWIG - born Germany, married Clara Anna HOFFMAN 1904

Carl HELMBRECHT

Moritz HELWIG- born abt 1854 Prussia. Blacksmith on Avon Downs, Northern Territory 1891 age 37.

Adolph Ernst Rudolph HEMPEL -born Germany, married kate bertha MURCUTT 1890

Carl August HEMPEL born Germany, married Charlotte CLOTHIER 1888

Carl Wilhelm HEMPEL -from Saxony, m. 1878 Elizabeth MILLS

Oscar Cal Gustav HEMPEL - from Berlin. Married Beatrice Victoria WHEAR 1890 Vic.

Michael M HENGER Res, 71 Lonsdale St, Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)member 1866-1868

Richard HENGEL/ HENGLE - born Germany, married Lenora Mabel KNIOSCHEL 1904

A. HENGERT Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)Assist for Registry Office fees and ticket to Whittlesea 1903

Eugen HENGSTBERGER - Panel Beater. b.22 Nov 1884 Germany. Maried. Wife Louise (b.31 Jly 1883- d. 5 May 1966 ) . Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)member from Teutonia Lodge 13 Sept 1923 - d.18 Nove 1955.

Gottlob Friedrich HENGSTBERGER, Piano Builder, Cabinet Maker, b. 13 Jan 1880 Hochdorf, wuerrtemberg. married. Wife Anna Julia (b.21 Feb 1885 - d.18 June 1955 East Melb) - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society) member from age 43 on 13 sept 1923 from Teutoni Liodge - d.29 Sept 1957 Mitcham, Vic.

Carl Friedrich HENKE -born Germany, married Caroline Wilhelmine PETERING 1891

Heinrich 'Henry' HENKE -born Germany, married Ellen POTTER 1895

Adolph HENKELER b. 1857 Danzig, Prussia - Departed Hamburg on 11 May 1879 per "SOPHIE" Arrived Adelaide 22 August 1879, @ age 22 Kaufmann/ Merchant

Bernhardt Friedrich HENN - born Baden, married Jessie HOSSACk 1890 Vic.

Adolph HENNCKE / HENNEKE -born Germany, married Wilhelmine SONNEMANN 1901

Carl August HENNIG
Carl August HENNIG & wife Lucia Therese PAULSEN : Their children were: Charlotte Leonora Hennig 1884 Collingwood; Ludewich Oskar Hennig 1886 Brunswick; Florence Maria Hennig (1885-1885) Richmond.


Johann Heinrich Eduard HENNINGS - born Germany, married Maria Dorothea Elisabeth MEYER 1911

Otto HENNINGS - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)assist 1903 broken leg

Carl 'Charles' HENRY - from Hamburg, married Stella De Montille 1890 Vic.

Franck Marie HENRY - born France m.1906 Olive MARTIN

Hugh HENRY born Berlin, Prüßen (Prussia), married Lucy Jane MACK 1887

Wilhelm HENRY - born Germany, married Ellen CAMPBELL 1902

Carl Friedrich HENSCHEL / Charles Fred HENSHALL -born Germany, m.1886 Frances Elizabeth WHITE

Gottfried Theodor HENSEL

Luis Augustus HENSGEN

Friedrich Ferdinand HENTZE - born Belgium, married Edith Mary BERRY 1903

Gustav Richard Paul HENTZSCHEL - born Germany, married Louisa Hedwig CORVIN 1912

Louis N HENTSCHKE - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)assist 1905

Friedrich HEPNER

Anton HEPP -arrived Port Melb. Vic. per "KARLSRUHE" April 1893 age 24

Wilhelm Berhard HERALD -from Saxony, m.1883 Minnie Caroline GRELCK

Wilhelm Wolfgang HERATH - born Germany, married Johanne RAUSCH 1911

Father Anton HERBERG, Norwood. SA born Nahrten, Prussian, Silesia, - Roman catholic Clergyman,

Heinrich Auguste Friedrich HERBERT -born Germany, married Ethel Jane HARRISON 1896

Wilhelm Gustav HERBERT
Wilhelm Gustav HERBERT born. 14 October 1886 Berlin. Prussia. Arr. from England 28 June 1911 per POSIC at Sydney NSW > Townsville, Ingham QLD Nat. 15 Aug 1914 - Painter

Carl Heinrich HERBIG -
Carl Heinrich HERBIG b. abt 1859 Gruenberg, Silesia, Prussia Arr. abt 1881 Sth Australia - Farmer Nat. Angas Valley, 2nd sept 1896 Mannum SA

Gustave Johann HERBOHN
Gustave Johann HERBOHN son of Carl Ludwig Herbohn, b. 21 June 1872 Wittenburg, Prussia- Arr. from New Zealnd in about 1884 in Port of Sydney NSW, Nat. at No 64 Evans St, Rozelle, NSW > Fairfield > West Wyalong, Laborer . married two daughters Nat. 1925


Josef HERBOLSHEIMER -
Josef HERBOLSHEIMER b. 3rd July 1892 Augsburg, Bavaria, Deustchland, Agricultural Farm Pupil, Arr. from London, England per S.S. NORSEMAN' to Sydney 22 March 1914. Res. Government Experimental Farm, Grafton, NSW, Farm Pupil, Single. Nat. 32st augs 1914


Johann HERBRICH - Nat. one day in SA. Born Schlackanee, Austria, Blacksmith & Farmer nat. Adelaide 29tH march 1884

Carl Karl HERES -from Frankfort-am-Main, married Clara Louise SCOLES 1894 Vic.

Gustave Julius HERFURTH born Germany, married Elizaneth Joan BEVAN 1888

Christian HERING born Germany, married Marion UDALL 1888

Friedrich Leopoldt HERING

August H Albin HERGERT - born Germany, married Jessie REYNOLDS 1904

Reverend Pastor Hermann HERLITZ - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)honorary member from 1874

Gustav HERRMANN - Storeman, born 17 May 1878, Erfert, Germany, married Freda Elfrieda Henriette TANNENBERG m. 1910 (b.7 Nov 1887 - d.22 Oct 1949 Footscray) Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)member from age 29 on 3 July 1907 - d. 21 July 1932. (His wife remarried 1938 to PULLEN)

Carl Friedrich Wilhelm HERRMANN - born Prüßen (Prüssia), married Caroline RENTSCH 1893 Vic

Louis HERMANN -arrived Port Melbourne per the "CHIMBORAZO" October 1878 age 20

Heinrich Phillipp HERMANN -born Germany, married Susan RIGHETTI 1895

Albert VON HERMANN
Albert VON HERMANN was born on the 6th July 1863 in Berlin, in the Altmark of Brandeburg, Prüßen (Prussia). He was a Sawyer and Steam Engine Driver by occupation. Von Hermann embarked from the interim Port of London, England and arrived in Australia at the Port of Adelaide, South Australia on the ship "ERLKOENIG" on the 25th April 1878. In South Australia he resided at Wasleys, northwest of the Barossa valley, for four years, then for ten years in the far southeast at Mount Gambier, from where he went over into Victoria, first at Heywood, near Portland for 13 years, then an interim period at Rokeby, near Warragul, in West Gippsland for 18 months and then back west to Portland, Victoria. Later, Von Hermann also took work for a short term as a sawyer' engine driver in Queensland, leaving his wife and family for a time in Portland. It was in Portland on the 21st December 1907 that he completed his Aliens Memorial for Naturalisation at the age pf 44, having been 30 year in Australia by then. By then he was then married with five grown Australia children, one of who was in Melbourne, and the others variously at Nowa Nowa, East Gippsland, one at Narrawong, on Portland Bay, and two in Portland.

Joseph HERROD -arrived Port Melbourne per the "CHIMBORAZO" April 1879 age 21

Valentin HERRSCHERR Melbourne > Goodawindi, QLD
Valentin HERRSCHERR was born on the 24th June 1838 at Schilcher,(Schilshen? / Shishen?) in the Grand Duchy of Baden-Baden, Deutschland. Herrscheer emigrated out of Deutschland by way of the interim hub of refuge and freedom in England, and there embarked at the Port of Liverpool on the ship 'CHERIOT' (or CHEVIOT) to arrive in Australia at the Port of Melbourne, Victoria in 1865? Upon disembarking Herrscheer went up the country to Goondawindi, Queensland by way of Rockhampton for five years, Clarmont Copperfield, Gladstone 3 years etc. Valentin Herrscher was married to Catherine 'Kate' McCARTHY By 1908 he was a widower with two sons: Johann Georg Herrscher b.1879 QLD; Wilhelm Herrscher b.1884 QLD and two daughters Catherine Elisabeth Herrscher, b.1875; and Christiane Herrscher, born in Newtorn, New South Wales, Australia. After 43 years in Australia Herrscherr was a Labourer aged 69, in Goondawindi when he took the Oath of his Aliens Memorial for Naturalisation on the 13th June 1908 while residing at' Ashwell Park,' Goondawindi.


Johann Wilhelm HERTE -born Germany, married Renate HOHLER 1896

Friedrich Hermann HERTWIG -born Germany, married Ada Alice KENNETT 1890

Friedrich Heinrich Wilhelm HERWEG

Johannes Adalbert HERZ -Shopkeeper,later Barman. born 10 Oktober 1881 Aachen, Germany, Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)member 7 Apr 1909 - Nov 1910. Married Meta OLDBERG 1912

Joseph HERZ born Prüßen (Prussia), married 1882 Henriette Auguste POPP

Albert Wilhelm HERZIG - born Germany, married Sarah Annie WALSH 1904

Eduard HERZIG -Arr.Pt Melb.per'FRIEDRICH DER GROSSE' Nov 1898 age 36


Anton HESSE - b. 1867 Hainsbach, Bohemia. Arr. Pt Adelaide 1889 - Baker, South Australia

Augusta HESSE - Lady's help, St Kilda, Alien Registered 1914-1918

Bruno HESSE - 1919 re-admission

Christian HESSE - brickmaker - b. 1 Februar 1840 Collefeld, Hannover. Arr. Oct 1856 on OCEAN CHEIF - m. 1872 Johanna O'NEIL (b.27 Dec 1849) - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)member 1869-d.27 april 1916

Franz HESSE, labourer, Adelaide, SA

Heinrich Henry HESSE- Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society) 1886 refused

Hermann HESSE born Prüßen (Prussia), married 1884 Margaret GILMORE - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)nominee 6 aug 1890. Withdrew

Jean Arnold HESSE - from Cologne m.1884 Ellen Watt STEVENS

Julius Eduard HESSE - naturalised 1904

Karl Friedrich August HESSE - b, Braunschweig, Smallgoodsman NSW

Leopold HESSE- Scientific Inventor, & merchant & Entrepreneur
Leopold HESSE- was born in about 1845 in Westphalen, Prussia. He was married in Victoria in 1872 to Mary Ann SHAW and the Hesse family settled in St Kilda. Children: 1. Leopold Gustav HESSE b.1875 St Kilda - 1900 Beechworth; 2. Alphonse Leo August HESSE b.1873 St Kilda - 1895 East Melb.; 3. Marie Rose HESSE b.1877 St Kilda; 4. Augusta HESSE b.1880 St Kilda; 5. Cosmo James HESSE 1882 – 1882 St Kilda; 6. Anthony Friedrich HESSE b.1884 St Kilda; 7. Bernardt James HESSE b.1887 St Kilda. Many Patents:


Louis Ferdinand HESSE - or Leslie SANDERS

Ludwig HESSE - Maylands, SA, bricklayer

Rudolph Reinhold HESS Swiss, Arr. 1887 Melb. from Java. > Nat.1917 Yarragon Gippsland - farm Labourer

Rudolph HESSE - naturalised 1927

Arthur HESSEL, Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society) unemployed 1901

Georg Friedrich HESSELIN / HESSLEIN

Carl HESSELMANN -born Germany, m.1886 Joanna Amelia NICHOLSON / Carl HESSELMANN -born Germany, married Elizabeth McGINICAL 1893 /

Carl HESSELMANN - born Germany, married Lilliam Maria ENGLISH 1905

Dulon HESSENBRUCH - Arr. Pt Melb. per 'FRIEDRICH DER GROSSE' Nov 1897 age 24, with Frau Hessenbruch 42

Bernhardt HESSLEIN - naturalised 1904

Leonhardt HETTENBACH - born Königreich Württemberg, married Margaret O'DEA 1876

Heinrich HEUER, Brickmaker. b.21 Sept 1842 Grane< Germany. Rs. Simpson St, Melb. Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society) 1869 - 1879 - Married 1872.



Richard HEUGLE Upholsterer,
Richard HEUGLE was born on the 5th Juni 1879 at Calw, Schwartzwald Kreis, Königreich Württemberg. His native Kingdom of Württemberg was taken into the Unified Germany before he was born. As soon as he was of age Heugle emigrated out of the Deutsch Reich by way of the Atlantic and crossed to the USA. In America he was married to Leonora Mabel KROSCHEL (22 Jan 1880 - 6th Nov 1961 St Leor private Hospt, glen Iris, Vic.). From America, at the Port of San Francisco, Calfifornia, he embarked on the vessel "S.S.MOAMA" to arrive in Australia at Port Jackson, Sydney, NSW on the 14th December 1906. On disembarked the Heugle family immediatley made there way to Melbourne where they resided variously at Collingwood, Mordialloc, Northcote and again in Collingwood. Heugle was an Uphosterer by trade, and ran his business from No.221 Victoria parade, Collingwood. After seven and a half years in Australia, at the age of thirty even, it was there that he took the oath to be Naturalised in his Aliens Memorial of the 3rd day of August 1914 at Fitzroy. His family were living then at No. 65 Westgarth street, Northcote. Heugle died on 24 May 1960 at St Ronan's Private Hospital, Armadale, Vic. Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society) 1903-1960
His sons were: Friedrich Richard HEUGLE b.25 February 1905 USA (either USA or Calw, Schwartzwald Kreis, Königreich Württemberg) Upholsterer - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)1924-1925; Richard Paul Heugle - b, 30 Oct 1909; Gustav Richard Heugle ..


Balthasar HEUSER

Johann Nikolaus HEUSLEIN - from Bavaria, married Sophia Dorothea Deivel 1890 Vic.

Christoph HEYDORN - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)1869- Married.

Georg HEYER (Lutheran Pastor)

Hermann HEYER - born Prüßen (Prussia), m.1886 Caroline SULLIVAN

Herr J HEYER - Arr. Pt Melb. per 'FRIEDRICH DER GROSSE' Nov 1897 age 30

C. HEYMACH - - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)assist with far to Lilydale 1900

H HEYMANN - - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)assist 1904

Heinrich Henry HEYMANSON -born Germany, m.1886 Amelia Amy COLMAN - - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)honorary member 1868

Wilhelm Ernst Hans Franz HEYSEN, Sir, (Artist) South Australia

Carl Caspar HIBBELER - born Paderborn > Melbourne

Anton HIGELE -born Germany, married Annie CONGDON/ CONDON 1897

Jacob HILGLICH born Austria, married ELizabeth MEAGER 1883

Albert HILDEBRANDT -born Germany, married Jessie CAMPBELL 1890

Arnold August HILDEBRANT. b.27 September 1848 at Gratz, Fleuermark, Austria. Arrived from England per 'S.S.BIANCA' at Port Pirie, South Australia on the 2nd February 1896. Unmarried > Nat. 7th August 1909 Boundary RIder on Bimbourie Station, South Australia.

Carl Otto HILDEBRAND - born Germany, married Sophia Jane SEMPLE 1903

Georg Gustav Peter HILDEBRANDT -born Germany, married Katherine LOHMULLER 1892

Hugo HILDEBRANDT - Confectioner, -born 3 August 1878 Liegnitz, Silesia - - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)from age 29 on 11 Sept 1907 - 18 Nov 1908

Hugo HLIDEBRANDT, b. Germany, married Annie Russell McGREGOR 1898

Emil Viktor HILGOOD - Naturalised 1902

Johann Friedrich Konrad HILKER b. Hannover German father/American mother >Arr. 1913 Brisbane, Queensland Nat.1916

Friedrich HILLE - Cabinet Maker b.6 October 1829 Othfresen, Hannover - Res, 32 Little Lonsdale St, Melb. - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society) 12 Jan 1869 - 3 Jan 1894.

Heinrich Hermann HILLE -born Germany, m.1886 Sarah JAMES

Hillel HILLEL -arrived Port Melbourne per "CHIMBORAZO" March 1882 age 47

Herr E HILLER -arrived Port Melb. Vic. per "KARLSRUHE" August 1893 age 24

Hugo HILTEBRAND b.26 October 1860 Germany. Wife(b.10 March 1884 - 17 November 1949) Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society) 1923- d.26 July 1945

Wilhelm Johannes Christian HIMMLER
Johann Wilhelm Christian HIMMLER, the son of Heinrich HIMMLER, was born in abt 1863 in the Harz Mountains of Hannover, Königreich Hannover, Deutschland. Himmler was a Stein Maurer (Stonemason) by occupation. Wilhelm Himmler arrived in Australian at the Port of Adelaide in May 1882. After just two weeks in Australia, at age 19 years, Himmler petitioned on the 29 May 1882 and then took the Oath of his Aliens Memorial for Naturalisation on the 6th June 1882 at Adelaide, South Australia. Johann Wilhelm Himmler was married at age 30 on the 8th December 1892 to the 22-year-old Anna Elise FICHTNER, daughter of Carl Wilhelm August Fichter, of Adelaide, at the Lutheran Parsonage, Adelaide, South Australia. The Himmler subsequently moved out to Walloway, on the saltbush plains north of Orooroo, South Australia, Children born there were: Margarethe Caroline Auguste Himmler 1895; Friedrich wilhelm Heinrich Himmler 1897 Warroway; Heinrich Johannes Himmler 1898; Else Doris Himmler 1899 and Gertude Elisabeth Himmler, born 14th January 1901 Warroway, South Australia. Wilhelm Johannes Christian HIMMLER died at age 76 at Hahndorf, South Australia on the 25th October 1939. His wwife Anna Elise survived him to die at age 77 on the 30th July 1947 at Hahndorf.


Rudolph Theodore Johann HIMMER - from Dresden, Saxony, married Emile Albina Lucy COSTER 1891 Vic.

Heinrich HINCK

Johannes John HINGOTT -born Germany, married Maria Agnes THOMPSON 1891

Paul Wilhelm HINGOTT -born Germany, m.1886 Selina Ann BLONDELL

Richard Carl Edmond HINKE / Erdmann HINTZ -born Germany, married Martha BRYERS 1899

Hermann HINRICHSEN Arr. Port Melbourne per SEYDLITZ October 1908 age 23

Ernst Maximilian Christoph HINSCH born Germany, married Annie HARDING 1887

Johannes 'John' HINSCH -Arr.Pt Melb.per'FRIEDRICH DER GROSSE' Nov 1898 age 26

Alezander Waldemar HINZ -born Germany, married Nellie WYLIE 1895

Bertoldt HIPAUF

Ernst Wilhelm Carl HIPPE - from Prüßen (Prussia), married Rhoda OLSEN 1907

Maximilian HIRSTCHFELDT -born Germany, married Marie Elisabeth GRUNEBERG 1896

Johann Wilhelm HIRTE -born Germany, married Renate KOHLER 1896

Robert Von HOCHBRUNN an der Lan
Robert Von HOCHBRUNN an Der Lan was born on the 4th Marz 1860 at Bozen, county Tyrol, Österreich (Habsburg Austrian-Hungarian Empire). Bozen is now Bolzano, Italy. Von Hochbrunn emigrated out of the Österreich via England where he remained for two years and then to Africa, and embarked from South Africa on the steamship "OSSIG" to arrive in Australia at the Port of Melbourne on the 15th October 1906. On disembarking Robert Von HOCHBRUNN went up to Tocumwal, Victoria before crossing into the Riverina of New South Wales, working variously at Culcairn, Yerong Creek, and at Henty. During the war Von Hochbrunn was officially Registered as an Enemy Alien at Yerong Creek, NSW. After just on 17 years in Australia, unmarried at the age of 63 and working as a labourer for Mr. O. Schwartz at Henty, NSW, Robert Von Hochbrunn swore the Oath and was Naturalised in his Aliens Memorial of the 8th October 1923 at Henty.

Andreas HOCHLER -born Germany, married Louise SMITH 1901

Paul Rudolf HOCHMUTH - Naturalised 1916

Rudolph HOCHNER - born Germany, married Annie Louise PRIDMORE 1905

Maximilian HOCHSTRADTER - von Bavaria, married Ethel May LARDNER 1903

Joseph HOCKAUF - from Saxony, married Caroline Dorothea SIEGMUND 1892 Vic.

Werner HOCKE - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society) assist 1887- just left hospital

Luis DE HÖDEL / Louis DE HOEDEL
Luis DE HÖDEL or Louis DE HOEDEL was born on the 19th June 1872 at Abstall, in Provinz Styria, in the Österreich (The Habsburg's Austrian-Empire). DE HÖDEL emigrated per PRINZ REGENT LEOPOLD t arrive in Australia about 9 December 1901 at the Port of Melbourne, Victoria. On disembarking DE HÖDEL stayed in Victoria for fourmonths, then variously immigrated to Queensland for 6 months, South Australia for 2 months; Tasmania for a months; and New South Wales, where he had stayed nearly six years by 1908 After 7 years in Australia, unmarried at the age of 36, he was working as a Tanner and Fancy Leather Dresser, and living at No. 439 Kent Street, Sydney NSW when he took the Oath to be Naturalised in his Aliens Petition of 25th September 1908.


Carl Ludwig Leo HOEFER - Painter- b.31Jan 1860 Cassel. - Arr. 188- per the ship NORTHUMBERLAND Res: 61 Green St, Richmond. Wife: Emily DAWSON (b.21March 1861 Hobrt VDL) Children: John b.18 Aug 1889; Norman b.17 April 1898. - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society) member from age 38 on 18 Dec 1898 - 20 Feb 1901.

HÖLSKEN family.- Viktor HÖLSKEN Confectioner
Victor Theodor HÖLSKEN from b. 29 march 1827 Hanlen or Hantin, Düsseldorf, Rheinland, Prussia. Emigrated on the ship "BRITISH TIRDENT' out of Liverpool, ENgland to arrive in Melbourne, Australia in November 1856.He was married in 1863 in Victoria to Nannie Mary FOY. Res. Swanston St, Melbourne. Their child, Johanne Hoelsken (1871-1871), was born and died in Melbourne. HÖLSKEN was working as a Pastrycook, aged 46 when he took the Oath and was Naturalised after 16 years in Australia before the well-known Winegrower and vintner, Mr Mark FOY, Justice of the of Peace in Melbourne, (and probably his father-in-law) on the 22nd May 1873.

Theodor HOELSKEN born c. 1836 Xanten, Düsseldorf, Rheinland, Prussia. Married c.1861 Christina DÜLLINGEN in Düsseldorf, Germany.

The HÖLSKEN family arrived in Melbourne, Australia on the ship "NURNBERG" in June 1883, consisting of Theodor HÖLSKEN, age 40; F. HÖLSKEN, age 38; J.HÖLSKEN age 20; and Z. HÖLSKEN, age 18.

Theodor HOELSKEN died at age 69 in Hawthorn Melbourne in 1905.

A ? son J. G. HÖLSKEN departed Melbourne at age 36 destined for Port Adelaide, Albany or Fremantle, Western Australia on the ship "ADELAIDE" in May 1899.

A daughter Christiane Adelheide HÖLSKEN married Carl August Helmuth FISCHER in 1902 in Victoria. She died at age 71 in 1948 in Cheltenham, Victoria.
blockquote> Jakob Gerhard HÖLSKEN arrived at Melbourne, Australia at age 51 on the ship "SALIER" in August 1886. Jakob Gerhard HÖLSKEN was Naturalised in 1899.

Heinrich 'Henry' HÖLSKEN arrived in Melbourne at age 29 on the ship "SOMERSETSHIRE" in August 1877.

Peter HÖLSKEN / HOELSKEN - born Vorst, Düsseldorf, Rheinland, Prussia. Peter Holsken died at age 19 in 1894 in the East Melbourne Hospital.

Viktor Gerhard HÖLSKEN HOELSKEN Hoelsken married 1894 Agnes Somerville TWEEDIE.
Viktor Gerhard HÖLSKEN was born on the 8th March 1866 at Vorst, Kreis Kempen, Düsseldorf, Rheinland, Prussia. Victor Gerhard HÖLSKEN emigrated at age 17 from Crefeld (Krefeld) Deutschland, on the vessel "CHIMBORAZO" to arrive in Australia at the Port of Williamstown, Victoria on the 4th June 1883. Upon disembarking Hoelsken resided in Melbourne until 1890, and then spent 12 months in New South Wales and Queensland, before returning to Melbourne, Victoria. Victor G. Hoelsken was married in 1894 to South Melbourne-born Agnes Somerville TWEEDIE. Their children: 1. Victor Joseph Hoelsken b. 1895 South Yarra; and 2. Wilhelm Jacob HOELSKEN born 1897 South Yarra. After 20 years in Australia, at age 37, Victor Gerhard HÖLSKEN was residing at No.69 Gipps Street, Collingwood, from where he was working as a Pastrycook when he swore the Oath of his Aliens Memorial for Naturalisation on the 20th January 1904 at Melbourne. By 1916 the HOELSKIN family were in Oakland, California, USA. Victor Gerhard HOELSKEN died at age 63 in 1932 in Alameda County, CA. Buried: Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland, Alameda County, California, USA. His wife Agnes HOELSKEN died at age 63 in 1930 in the same place. Their son, William Jacob HOELSKEN, died on the 25th September 1985 at Oakland, Alameda County, CA, USA. All buried in the Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland, Alameda County, CA, USA.
Theodor Joseph HÖLSKEN HOELSKEN
Theodor Joseph HOELSKEN< was born on the 28th Oktober 1867 at Vorst, Düsseldorf, Rheinland, Prussia. Theodor Joseph HÖLSKEN probably emigrated out of Düsseldorf by way of England, for at age 30 he embarked on the British ship "JOHN ELDER" to arrive in Australia at the Port of Melbourne on the 3rd of May 1885. Upon disembarking HÖLSKEN spent his first year in Melbourne, before going to Fitzroy for three years, after which he went up to try his trade in the country, first to the Goulburn Valley where he was in Shepparton for a year and half, then Gippsland at Bairnsdale for a year and a half, then the Wimmera at Horsham for two years, and then back to Rushworth in the Gouburn valley for a further two years. He then returned to Melbourne, where he lived at Port Melbourne, at South Yarra, and at Hawthorn. He was married in 1905 to Emily Blanche KELSON. Their child, Theodosia Christiane Hoelsken was born in 1907 in Hawthorn, Victoria. Hoelsken was working as a Hairdresser, at No.70 Church street, Hawthorn, Boroondara, Victoria when he swore the Oath of his Aliens Memorial for Naturalisation on the 19th July 1906. Theodore Joseph Hoelsken died at age 74 in 1942 in Hawthorn, Victoria. His wife Emily Blanche Hoelsken survived him to die at age 81 in 1949 in Windsor, Prahran district, Melbourne.
Reference: - Hoelsken family details courtesy of Mr. Stephen Joyner.
Jakob HÖLSKEN arrived in Melbourne, Victoria at age 25 on the ship 'PRINZ REGENT LUITPOLD in March 1900.

Wenzel HOENIG De-naturalised 1919

Julius Paul Heinrich HOENSCH - Tanner,
Julius Paul Heinrich HOENSCH - tanner - b.10 Februar 1853 at Neumarkt, Silesia, Prussia. Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society) from age 28 on 20 July 1881 - d.23 June 1927. Married. Wife: Anna Franziske Dorothea FEIGEL (b.14 Mai 1859). Children: Ernst Julian Johann H b.6 May 1884; Ida henriette Catherine b.4 May 1886; Bertha Sophie Louise HoeNsch b.20 Feb 1890 Brown Hills; Oskar Hermann August H b.10 Nov 1891 Ballarat; Heinrich Carl F. Hoensch b.7 April 1896
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Gustav HOFER -from Dresden, m.1873 Annie BEATON

August HOFFMAN / HOFFMANN -born Germany, married Frances Emily CORBY 1890

Christian HOFFMANN - b. Carlshaven on WESER. Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society) Nominee 6 Mar 1889 at age 43. Withdrew.

Christoph HOFFMANN -born Germany, married Maria RICHTER 1891

Fridolin HOFFMANN born Germany, married Sophia Ulricka SCHWARK 1887

Georg Otto Waldemar HOFFMANN -born Germany, married Eugenie MARENDAZ 1902

Gustav HOFFMANN -arrived Port Melbourne per the "CHIMBORAZO" October 1878 age 26

Johannes Georg HOFFMANN -born Germany, married Catherine Mary WATKINS 1895

Johann John HOFFMANN - born Bavaria - m.1879 Mary PALMINGTON

Herr P HOFFMANN - Arr. Pt Melb. per 'FRIEDRICH DER GROSSE' Januar 1897 age 42

Reinhold HOFMANN -from Saxony, m.1881 Auguste WEGENER

Richard HOFFMAN / HOFFMANN -born Germany, married Mary Ann FORTE 1900

Wilhelm HOFFMANN - b.25 Januar 1870 Idar, Lapidary. Single Res. 47 High St, Armadale. Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society) 1902 - d.6 May 1926. Wife. Henriette Elisabeth HATTERSCHIED (b.6 Sept 1883) Child: Fritz Wilhelm b.19 Feb 1904; Carl b.1 Dec 1907; Otto b.10 aug 1909; Frieda Hoffmann b.abt 1911.

Carl Johannes HOELTER -born Germany, married Margaret Mary GLOVER 1895

Julius Paul Heinrich HOENSCH

Wilhelm HOERNLE - born Germany, married Margaret MEAGHER 1906

Adolph HOFER

Oscar HOFER / HOFFER - born Germany, married Olive Ida Savage McKENZIE 1902

Joseph HOFFBAUER - born Prüßen (Prüssia), married Jane BROOKS 1892 Vic.

Heinrich 'Harry' HOFMEYER -born Germany, married Mary Teresa BELPEROUD 1892

Carl Reynard HOFMEYER,
Reynard Carl HOFMEYER -born Germany, married Elizabeth SPRAGUE 1900 b. Weisbaden, Hessen Arr. 1880 Pt Adelaide, Carpenter, Brunswick, Frankston, Prahran, Reynard Carl HOFMEYER

Pastor Peter B. HÖFNER (HOEFNER)–
Pastor Peter Bonifacius HÖFNER [HOEFNER{, son of Georg HÖFNER born 6 Juni 1856 Stettfield, Bavaria, Deutschland. Graduated Hermmansburg Free Church Seminary, Ülzen, Deutschland 1888. To South Australia. Pastor at Murray Flats SA 1889-1901. Peter Bonifacius HOEFNER was married at age 35 to 50-year-old Johanne Heinricke Elisabeth NIEDERGESEES on the 4th July 1890 at the Lutheran Church, Blumberg, South Australia. Severed connected with E.L.C.A. 1895. pastor in Queensland 1901-1923. Peter Bonifacius HOEFNER Died 22 March 1924.



Martin HOFMEYER -arrived Port Melbourne per the "CHIMBORAZO" March 1878 age 24

Hugo HOHENBERG

Hugo HOHENBERG - born 2nd Sept 1860 Dresden, Saxony Confectioner/ shopkeeper Arr, 15 April 1887 steamship HABSBURG At Port Adelaide > Adelaide 7 yrs 6 mnths > melbourne 3 yrs > Sydney 17 yrs by 1914. Nat. 14 Augs 1914 Sydney Married Res No.49 Oxford st, Sydney, Shopkeeper


Gottfried Wilhelm Othmar HOHENFELS from Rhine, Prüßen, Germany, married Louis Matilda ORANGE 1890

Wilhelm Gottfried Amhut Barnard HOHENFELS -born Germany, married Edith May OAKLEY 1900

Karl Otto Friedrich HOHENWALD - died at 67 years on the 14th May 1963 at Stockwell, Barossa Valley, South Australia. His wife Elsie Auguste Hohenwald died at 69 years on the 7th November 1862 in the same place.

Hans Johannes Martin HOHL - born Germany, married Johanne Marie catherine WEHL 1911

Johann HOLCRETER - died at 64 years on the 2nd Decemeber 1961 at Woodville North, Adelaide, South Australia

Wilhelm 'William' HOLDING born Germany, married Anna Bella RITCHIE 1888

Hugo Heinrich HOLDMANN
Hugo Heinrich HOLDMANN - b. 17th April 1844 Schleswig-Holstein Danmark / Prussia Arr, from Liverpool, per 'ROYAL EDWARD' in 1872 at Melbourne > Richmond, Vic., 33 yrs, Collingwood 4 yrs > Ascot Vale. Bookbinder. Nat. at No.21 Unley Graove, Ascot Vale, Victoria


Julius Heinrich HOLDMANN -born Germany, married Elizabeth Jane CHAPMAN 1906

Maxmilian HOLDORF - from Hamburg, married Julian YANDER 1892 Vic.

Harold Sangar HOLL

Johann 'John' HOLL Clermont QLD

Johann HOLLAND
Johann HOLLAND was born 10th September 1889 at Pernau, Estonia, then under Russian, formerly Prussian or Swedish domination, Johann Holland emigrated out of Deutschland by way of the interim refuge of Belgium and embarked at the Port of Antwerp on the steamship "S.S.HABSBURGH" to arrive in Australia at the Port of Melbourne, Victoria in December 1912. After disembarking Holland made his way to Sydney, NSW. Come the war Holland enlisted in the A.I.F (Australian Infantry Force - Service No 2154. 36th Battalian) At age 33 at No 21 Clarence Street, Sydney, NSW


L. HOLLAENDER Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)1861

Paul HOLLENDER b. Krefeld
Paul HOLLENDER was born on the 17th April 1890 at Crefeld, Rheinland, Deutschland. Hollender emigrated out of the Deutsch Reich on the Nord Deutsch Lloyd (N.D.L.) steam vessel "S.S.ZIETEN" to arrive in Australia at the Port of Melbourne on the 18th December 1910. Hollender remained in Melbourne for six months and then immigrated to South Australia where he stayed three years before returning to Melbourne, Victoria. At age 24, after about 4 years in Australia, Hollender was unmarried, living at No.213 Royal parade. Parkville and working as a Clerk, when he took the Oath to be Naturalised in his Aliens Petition taken on the brink of War, on the 11th August 1914 at Melbourne.

Joseph Heinrich HOLLER
Joseph Heinrich HOLLER was born on the 21st April 1867 at Bohn Rhein Provinz, Deutschland. Joseph Heinrich HOLLER emigrated out of the Deutsch Reich by way of the interim hub of refuge in Great Britain and embarked at the Port of London on the ship "OURVRAH" to arrive in Australia at Port Jackson, Sydney NSW on the 1st April 1901. Upon disembarking Holler stayed in Sydney till January 1906 when he immigrated to Western Australia. After five and a half years in Australia, at the age of 39, Holler war residing at No.881 Hay Street West, Perth, working as a Merchant, when he swore the Oath and was Naturalised inhis Aliens Memorialal of 20tH september 1906. He was the married, with a daughter residing at Aux-La-Chapelle, Rheinland, Deutschland.
Philipp HOLLER - Naturalised 1899

A HOLLINGER - Naturalised 1928

Reinhold HOLLMANN,
Reinhold HOLLMANN was born on 21st Dezember 1893 at Spindelmühle, Bohemia, Österreich (Austria-HUngary). Hollman emigrate out of the Österreich via Deutschland and embarked on the steamship "S.S.ZIETEN" to arrive in Australia at Port Jackson< Sydney, on the 12th December 1912. Upon disembarking Hollmann went out to Narromine, and Mendoorin, in the Dubbo district of NSW. He was aged 27, working as an Engine Driver for the Curtis & Curtis Freezing Works at Mendooran, near Gilgandra, New South Wales when he took the Oath and was Neturalised on the 19th October 1921.

Herr HOLLWEG -arrived Port Melb. Vic. per "KARLSRUHE" August 1893 age 29

Ernst August HOLM

Richard HOLM -born Germany, married Florence Nightingale CLIFTON 1892

Richard JENSEN-HOLM - died at age 53 on the 23rd January 1928 Magill, Adelaide, South Australia

Reynold Friedrich Carl HOLMGREN - died at Rosewater, South Australia, age 71 years on the 8th April 1949.

Otto HOLST - married. Chair Maker. b, 20 Otober 1848 Hamburgh. Arr. on ship 'CITY OF NEW YORK' Res. 94 Capel st, Hotham. Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)member at age 29 on 13 Nove 1878 - d..10 July 1927. Wife: elizabeth Henrietta (b.24 oct 1853)

Victor Gustav HOLMSTEDT - died at 53 years on the 20th July 1917 Magill, South Australia.

August HOLTE - born Germany, married Isabella McINTOSH 1908

Pastor Johann Friedrich HOLTERMANN – Lutheran Clergyman
Pastor Johann Friedrich HOLTERMANN, born 13 January 1861 Hemslingen, Hannover, Deutschland. Graduated Hermmansburg Free Church Seminary, Ülzen, Deutschland 1889. To Australia. Assisted in South Australia and at Germantown (Grovedale) Victora. . Ipswich QLD 1889-1896. Pastor Johann Friedrich HOLTERMANN was married to Martha HAPKE at Ipswich, Queensland on the 4th December 1890. Their children were: Anna Katherina Auguste Holtermann –born 29th January 1892 QLD; Wilhelmine Mathilde Louise Holtermann – born 22 September 1893 QLD; and Hermann Friedrich Karl August Holtermann – born 19th January 1903 QLD. Later the Holtermann’s served at Douglas QLD from 1896-1899. Later they served at various other QLD places. Pastor Johann Friedrich HOLTERMANN died on 6 November 1937 - presumably in Queensland.

Carl Emil HOLTRING -born Germany, married Annie Hawkins WILSON 1890

Carl HOLTZ. Res. Moreland St, Footscray. Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society) at age 29 on 21 Dec 1870. - Nov 1873

Julius Friedrich HOLTZ born Prüßen (Prussia), married 1883 Emma Auguste CARLSEN

Friedrich Paul HOLTZ- from Schlesien, Prüßen (Silesia, Prussia)

Carl HOLZ, farmer of Bunbury, WA
Carl HOLZ was born on the 2nd day of June 1880 in the southernmost German City of Konstanz, on the Swiss borders of the State of Baden, ten years after the Grand Duchy of Baden had been incorporated into Greater Deutschland. Carl HOLZ emigrated out of the Deutsch Reich by way of the Atlantic crossing to North America, and then departed out of the United States of America bound for Australia on the the ship "GENERAL FAIRCHILD" arriving in Fremantle, Western Australia on the 5th June 1903. Upon disembarking Carl Holz went out to Kirrup for ten months, and then returned to Fremantle for 3 months, before heading south to settle in Bunbury, WA where he took up as a farmer. After just two years in Australia Carl Holz tok the oath of his Aliens Memorial to be Naturalised before Mr Henry Eagleton Reading, Justice of the Peace of Bunbury, Western Australia, on the 23td August 1905. Carl Holz was married in Bunbury, Wellington District, WA in 1907 to Elizabeth MITCHELL. At least one child, Rosina E Holz, was born to them, in 1908.


Eduard Wilhelm HOLZ
Eduard Wilhelm HOLZ was born in about 1845 at Tilsit, In Prussia, Deutschland. he emigrated out of both Prussia the Prussianized Deutsch Reich to arrive in Adelaide, South Australia in early January 1885. On the 9th January 1885 after just one day in Australia, at Adelaide, South Australia be took the Oath of his Aliens Memorial to be Naturalised before Mr Richard VERCOE, Justice of the Peace of Adelaide. He was then 39 years old, by occupation a carpenter, of George street, Adelaide.


Robert HOLZ - [Robert SAHM - known as Robert HOLZ]
Robert HOLZ - [Robert SAHM - known as Robert HOLZ] was born on the 23rd July 1883 at Kiel, Holstein, Deutschland, about twenty years after his parents Danish state was incorporated into Prussian. Kiel was later to become the northernmost Port of the Deutsch Reich after the Unification of 1870-1871. Robert SAHM-HOLZ emigrated out of the Deutsch Reich by way of Bremerhaven aboard the steamship " S.S. SCHARNHORST" arriving in Australia at the Port of Melbourne on the 7th February 1907. On disembarkation be stayed in Melbourne, where he found work as a hotel barman. Robert SAHM-HOLZ swore the Oath of his Alien's Memorial to be Naturalised before Mr Charles Goldspeare, Justice of the Peace of Melbourne - late into the advent of global war, on the 17th December 1913. He was then a single man living at No.19 Mary Street, St Kilda. Robert SAHM was married in Melbourne in 1920 to Wilhemina SCHULZ.


Hermann HOLZAPFEL
Hermann HOLZAPFEL was born on the 23rd June 1877 at Münchhausen, Hesse, in his parents formerly independent Grand Duchy of Hessen, Deutschland before the Unification which took place just seven years before he was born. He emigrated out of the Deutsch Reich as an infant with his family by way of a berth on unknown ship, disembarking in Australia at the Port of Brisbane, Queensland in 1879. Upon disembarking Hermann Holzapfel went out Mount Cotton with his family here he stayed 23 years; before settling at Cleveland, near Brisbane, QLD. He had been in Australia for 29 years, and living at Cleveland for six years, working as a labourer, by then a married man with two daughters and one son, when he took the oath of his Aliens Memorial to be Naturalised before Police Magistrate H. T. MacFarlane, at Brisbane, QLD and Mr George John Walter, Justice of the Peace of Cleveland, on the 14th April 1908.


Hermann HOLZBERGER - born Germany, married Esther CLAYTON 1903 [aka HOLTZBERGER]

Johann Georg HÖLZER
Johann Georg HÖLZER was born abt 1842 at Öhringen, Königreich Württemberg, in South Germany, so he was a young man of about 28 years when the Königreich Württemberg was enveloped by Greater Deutschland. HÖLZER emigrated out of the Deutsch Reich within months of the General Declaration the Unification of January 1871, embarking from the Port of Hamburgh on the ship "SOMERSETSHIRE; to arrive in Australia at the Port of Melbourne on the 2nd December of the same year 1871. For the next 26 years he settled in Melbourne, working up his own business as a General Dealer. Johann Georg HÖLZER of Württemberg was married in Melbourne in 1877 to Prussian-born Ernstine Christiane VOLK / WOLK. Their children: Ferdinand Alfred HÖLZER 1879 Richmond; Hilde Rosina HÖLZER 1880-1880 Richmond; Ernst HÖLZER 1881 Fitzroy; Otto Felix HÖLZER 1884-1884 Collingwood; & Ernst Ferrge HÖLZER 1886 Collingwood. Johann Georg HÖLZER took the Oath of his Aliens Memorial to be Naturalised before Mr Joel Eade, Justice of the Peace of Collingwood, on the 2nd December 1897, from his address at No.19 Cambell Street, Collingwood, Victoria. Johann Georg HÖLZER died in 1926 in Carlton, Melbourne at 85 years. His wife Ernstina HÖLZER survived him to die in Northcote, Melbourne in 1934 at 84 years.

Wilhelm 'William' HOLZGREFE -born Hannover, m.1886 Agnes GARDINER

Carl Anton HOLZHEN
Carl Anton HOLZHEN was born on the 16th February 1870 in the City of Pforzen, in the former Friestadt of Bremen, just one month after his parents Free State was enveloped into the Greater Deutsch Reich. Holzhen emigrated out of Germany by way of premilinary migration across the Atlantic to the United states of America, which was to prove itself somehow unsatisfactory to him. After crossing the entire continent of North America in the USA he departed from the Port of San Francisco on the ship "MASCOTTE" arriving in Australia at the Port of Sydney, New South Wales on the 19th October 1892. On disembarking he went up the NSW coast to the Manning River, and other north-coast NSW ports, where he worked as a fireman for the Coastal Tug Boat Service. At the age of 34 years, and as a married man after 14 years in Australia, Charles Anton Holzhen swore the Oath of his Aliens memorial to be Naturalised on the 8th November 1904. He was then working as a Fireman, and living at No.115 Kent Street, Sydney, New South Wales. He had been married in Glebe, Sydney in 1903 to Mary Kathleen MacGUINNESS. The Fireman, Charles Anton Holzhen, died in Liverpool, NSW in 1917 at age 47, just as his old inflammed Europe burned and tore itself apart in reverting to that openly sociopathic arson fired into a pyrrhic conflagration of inhumanity and stupidity, as is possible in any demeaned collective of this flawed human will.


Moritz HOLZMAN -b. Minsk, Russia - of Meekathara, Western Australia 19th August 1915 - [aka Maurice HOLZMANN, Produce Merchant, Hack street, Sandstone, WA



Carl HOMBURG - Cabinetmaker. b. 10 Sept 1834 Cassell, Res. 8 leichhardt St, melborune Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society) 1868-d.2 July 1884. Wife Helene (b. 7 Dec 1845 Geisenheim on Rhne - d.April 1919.

Martin HONA -born Germany, m.1886 Wilhelmine MUELLER

Gustav Georg HOENSCH, Single, Factory Worker. b.24 Feb 1890 Crossen, brandenburg. Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)member at age 24 on 10 June 1914- 1915.

Herr W HODSOL -Arr.Pt Melb.per'FRIEDRICH DER GROSSE' Dec.1899 age 32, with Frau 29

Wilhelm HONECKER -born Germany, married Christiane Johanne HULFINGER 1894

Richard HONGLE /HONGEL - born Germany, married lenora Mabel KROSCHEL 1904

Ernst HONIG -born Germany, married Mary DUGGAN 1889

Conrad HOOS born Germany, married Sophia Amelia McCARTNEY 1888

Hans Marton HOPEL - born Germany, married Johanne Marie Catherine WEHL 1911

Hermann HOPMEIER - born Germany, married Emily Mary HARRIS 1906

August Paul Robert HOPPE-
August Paul Robert HOPPE was born in Berlin in about 1862. Hoppe emigrated out of Deutschland by way of taking up the occupation of the sea, and became a seafarer for a unknown number of years. In abut 1879 he embarked from the Baltic Port of Rostock in Mecklenburg, on the ship "CARL BOTH" and arrived in Australia at the Port of Melbourne on the 4th March 1880. On disembarking he continued to be employed as a seafarer on the Antipodean briny. Hoppe was married to Hanna Louise COLLINS - nee OSE in 1892 in Melbourne. Children August Paul Hoppe 1893 Fitzroy; Leslie John Hoppe (1898 Carlton -1899 Fitzroy); Hannah Louise Hoppe 1901 Fitzroy South; Georgia Adeline Ida Hoppe 1902-1903 Collingwood; Rose Elisabeth Hoppe 1904 Collingwood; John Robert Hoppe 1906-1908 Collinwood; and Jean Dorothy Hoppe 1911-1912 Collingwood August Paul Robert HOPPE swore the Oath of his Aliens Memorial for Naturalisation on the 18th March 1897, when residing at No.142 Fitzroy Street, Fitzroy. August Paul Robert Hoppe died at age 63 in 1923 at Collingwood. His wife Hannah Lousia Hoppe, survived him, she died at age 73 in Collingwood in 1935.
Doctor Heinrich Theodor HOPPE
Doctor Heinrich Theodor HOPPE - was born on the 23 January in 1870 near the town of Gotha, Thüringen (Thuringia), Germany. Hoppe emigrated out of Deutschland on the vessel "OLDENBURG" to arrive in Australia at the Port of Melbourne on the 15th October 1891. Hoppe was a Medical practitioner by Profession. On disembarkation Hoppe Doctor lived for 12 months in Victoria, before immigrating north to Queensland for a year, and then back to New South Wales where he stayed for 15 years. In about 1908 Doctor Hoppe immigrated again, this time down to South Australia, were he had been for 27 years by 1935. Doctor Hoppe was Registerd as an Enemy Alien at Truro, South Australia on the 31st October 1916. At age 54, in Morgan, South Australia on the 2nd of Januuary 1923 Dr. Hoppe was married to 37-year old, Marie Sophie DRECKOW, who was born at Riverton, South Australia. Hoppe was Retired at age 67, with a lame right leg, living at Mount Mary, near Eudunda, South Australia, when he swore the Oath of his Aliens Memorial for Naturalisation on the 3rd October 1935.


Heinrich HOPPE -arrived Port Melbourne per the "CHIMBORAZO" September 1877 age 32

Heinrich HOPPE -arrived Port Melbourne per the "CHIMBORAZO" September 1877 age 31

Hermann Seigfried Marie Joseph HOPPE Merchant.
Hermann Seigfried Marie Joseph HOPPE was born on the 8th March 1884 at Amsterdam, Netherlands. At age 20, Hoppe was already a Merchant, who emigrated with all his business knowhow out of Holland on the ship "DARMSTADT" and arrived in Australia at the Port of Melbourne on the 5th August 1904. Hermann Hoppe was living at 'Kinross,' Punt Hill, South Yarra, but conducting a business at No.247/9 William Street, Melbourne, when he swore the Oath of his Aliens Memorial for Naturalisation on the 11th December 1908. He had been in Australia for four and a half years and was then aged 24. He was married in Victoria in 1908 to Katherine Philomena COSTELLO. Children: Johann Peter Hermann Hoppe 1910 Kew, Vic; Hermann Patrick Hopper b. 1912 Kew, Victoria; Helene Julian Hopp 1914 Kew; Julian Hoppe 1915 Kew; and Kathrine Hope Hoppe born 1917 Kew, Victoria. Hermann Joseph Hoppe died at Sorrento, Victoria at age 72 in 1956. His wife Katherin had predeceased him at age 55 in East Melbourne in 1940.


Wilhelm Carl Maximilian Bruno Georg HOPPE
Wilhelm Carl Maximilian Bruno Georg 'Willy' HOPPE was born on the 4th Oktober 1869 at Hirschberg, in Kreis Hirschberg, Provinz Liegnitz, in das Riesengebirge, Schlesien, Prüßen (the Giant Mountains, Silesia, Prussia) just before the Unification of Germany that saw Prussia disappear into its own conjuring. Hoppe was a Jeweller by profession and emigrated to the new source of precious metals on the Western Australian Goldfields. He embarked from the Deutsch Reich on the ship "PRINS-REGENT-LEOPOLD" to arrive in Australia at the Port of Fremantle on the 22nd February 1899. On disembarking Hoppe resided variously at Fremantle for neary six years, and at the Kalgoorlie desert Goldfields towns of Cue for 13 months, and Day Dawn for 4 months. Hoppe was married in 1902 at the Lutheran Church, Fremantle, to Ellen BEISLEY. He had his wife with two Australian daughters, Violet May, 1903; and Lillian Ivy 1905, living with him at Day Dawn, Western Australia when he took the Oath of his Aliens Memorial to be Naturalised, on 23 March 1906 before Mr Justice Parick Troy, R.M. and Stipendary Magistrate. Willy Hoppe died in 1920 in Northam, Western Australia.
Wilhelm Otto HOPPE Left Saxony at Age 17.
Wilhelm Otto HOPPE was born on the 24th March 1895 at Burghausen, County Merseburg, Sachsen (Saxony) Deutschland. Hoppe emigrated out of Deutschland at the age of 17 embarking oon the steamship "S.S.GREIFSWALD' to arrive in Australia at the Port of Melbourne on the 23rd February 1913. Upon disembarking Hoppe went east of Melbourne to a farm at Kilsyth, near Croydon for a year and a half and then to the north of Melbourne at Woodstock, via Donnybrook, Victoria, where he worked as a Farm Labourer. He was registered as an Enemy Alien at Epping (certificate No.10) and had to report weekly during the war. His alien uncertain status kept from marrying in those years. The Authority Report on his conduct during the war reads: "This young man is industrious and well-conducted. He does not intend to leave Australia." Hoppe was finally able to successfully petition to be Naturalised on the 11th February 1922 at the ripe old age of 27. Otto HOPPE was married to Kathleen Isobel CLARK in Victoria in 1927.

Christoph / Christian HOOPNER, born Hannover, married Mary SIMPSON 1906

A HORCHLER - Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)assist 1887

Kurt HORM Arr. Port Melbourne per SEYDLITZ October 1908 age 26


Albert Mattheas HORN, Engineer, Sydney, Cobar & Broken Hill
Albert Matthew HORN, Engineer

Axel Karl Ezechiel 'Charles' HORN Hobart, Tasmania
Axel Karl 'Charles' HORN was born 10th April 1867 at Stolp, Pommern, Prussia (now Gmina Słupsk, northeastern Poland). He arrived 31st December 1888 at Hobart Town, Tasmania. He was a waterside worker.

Ernst Adolphus Ludwig von HORN
'Count' Ernst Adolphus Ludwig von HORN - born 1859 Hildburghausen, Meiningen, Saxe-Meiningen, Thüringen, Prußen, Deutschland. Arrival 1876 Port Adelaide, South Australia, Married 1892 Parramatta to Mary Ann UPCROFT nee SKERRY. Four children in Sydney district. Jailed 1904 at Bathurst, New South Wales. Death: 1921 Liverpool New South Wales.


Ernst Theodor HORN
Ernst Theodor HORN was born about 1842 at Dresden, Saxony. After the Unification if the Sachsen state in the Deutsch Reich he emigrated out and made his way to New Zealand. From the Port of Hokitika, New Zealand he embarked on the ship 'RANGITAKI'
and arrived in Melbourne, Australia on the 30h April 1887. At the Age of 59, after 14 years in Australia he took the Oath to be Naturalised in his Aliens Memorial of the 12th August 1901. He was then living at No.35 Highett Street, Richmond, Melbourne, from which place he went out working as Miner.


Heinrich HORN - Sailor, b. 24 March 1870 Demmin, Pomerania, Prussia. Arr. from the USA at Brisban QLD - Naturalised Mackay QLD -

Hermann HORN
Hermann HORN was in business as an Importer and Indentor, of No. 345 Flinders Lane, off Flinders Street, Melborune. He was born on the 18th November 1877 at the old Free City of Hamburgh, Deutschland, by then recently taken in to the Deutsch Reich, although he may have emigrates to the Österreich for elsewhere he claims to be an Austrian subject. Hermann Horn emigrated out of the Continent and sought the refuge and freed of Great Britain, from which place he embarked at the Port of London on the Nord-Deutscher-Lloyd steam vessel "S.S.PRINZ REGET LEOPOLD" to arrive in Australia at the Port of Melbourne on the 15th January 1903. After two years in Australia, at the age of 27, he was unmarried abd living at his premised in Flinders Land, when he swore the Oath to be Naturalised in his Aliens Memorial of the 1st March 1905 at Melbourne.


Carl Emil HORN - Res. 23 William St, Melb. Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society) 1869-1970

Carl Wilhelm HORN / Charles William HORNE -born Germany, m.1886 Mary Ann POWER

Friedrich Hermann HORN - RES. 23 William St, Melb. Single. Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)1869-1975

Wilhelm HORN - Naturalised 1897

William HORN b. Appenrode, germany. Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society) 1876

Gustav Albert HORNEMANN

Johann Wilhelm Anton HORNEMANN

Theo HORNHAUER -arrived Port Melb. Vic. per "KARLSRUHE" Nov.1892 age 50

Eduard Conrad Otto HORNITZ/HORWITZ - from Berlin. Married Emily TIPPING 1895 Vic.

Wilhelm HORRIEL Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)assist 1897

Andreas Andrew HORSCHLER -born Germany, married Mari MATSKKE 1896

Andreas HORSCHLER -born Germany, married Louise SMITH 1901

Heinrich 'Henry HORST -born Germany, married mathilde PETERSN 1890

Wilhelm HORT- born 1856 Germany, Travelling Shearer in 1891 Northern Territory age 35

Pastor Franz Anton HOSSFELD – Lutheran Clergyman
Pastor Franz Anton HOSSFELD, born 29 May 1862 Erfurt, Thüringen (Thuringia_. Graduated Hermmansburg Free Church Seminary, Ülzen, Deutschland 1882. Lutheran Pastor. To South Australia. Dutton 1892-1928. At age 32 Hossfeld was married to 22-year-old Bertha Emilie RICHTER on the 30th January 1895 at the Evangelical Lutheran Church, Dutton, South Australia. Children: Paul Samuel Hossfeld - born 15 Oct 1895 Dutton; Helen Henriette Cornelia Hossfeld – born 11 Oct 1896 Dutton; Maria Cecilia Elisabeth Hossfeld – born 8 July 1898 Dutton; and Rosa Dorothea Hossfeld – born 30 September 1902 at Truro, South Australia. Severed connected with ELCA 1895. Served Tanunda Tabor Congregation 1928-1937. Franz Anton HOSSFELD Died 7 September 1937 at age 75 at Magill, SA. He was survived by his children and his wife Helene Henriette Cornelia Hossfeld who died at age 62 on the 15th April 1959 at Henley South, Adelaide, South Australia.

Joachim Johann Heinrich Theodor HOTH -born Germany, married Anna Elisabeth MARSCHNER 1901

Franz Wilhelm HOTKER -born Germany, married Marie Luise NIERMANN 1894

Wilhelm Heinrich HOTKER - died at 82 years on the 24th March 1960 at Wattle Park, Adelaide, South Australia

Alfred HOTOP -arrived Port Melbourne per the "CHIMBORAZO" September 1877 age 20

Jacob HOTSCHILT/Jakob HOTTSCHILDT -born Germany, married Alice FARRELL 1901

August HOTTE - born Germany, married Isbaella McINTOSH 1908

Johann Friedrich HOTZE -born Germany, married Lillian Elizabeth WEBBE 1889

Theodor HOTZEN -born Germany, -married Jane MILLER 1894. Arr. Pt Melb. per 'FRIEDRICH DER GROSSE' Nov 1897 age 35, With Frau Hotzen age 32.

Alphonse HOUY -arrived Port Melb. Vic. per "KARLSRUHE" August 1893 age 24

Hugo Oscar Otto HÖWER b.Mühlrädlitz, Silesia
Hugo Oscar Otto HÖWER was born on the 29th May 1849 at Mühlrädlitz, Kreis Luben, Provinz Leignitz, Silesia, Prussia. L- Arr, @0 Sept 1878 WHAMPOA to Melborune > 5 yrs Victoria, 6 yrs QLD, 3 yrs NSW > 22 yrs StH Aust . Farmer Labouerm Krondorf, near Tanunda Nat. 24th Spetember 1914 Hugo Oscar Otto Hower died at Magill, South Australia on the 3rd July 1936 at age 87 years.

Daniel Christian Bonifice HOWITZ

Georg HUB -Arr.Pt Melb.per'FRIEDRICH DER GROSSE' Nov 1898 age 31

Engelbert HUESKER

Carl HUBER or HÜBER
Carl HUBER or HÜBER was born on on the 15th July 1878 in the village of Untereisesheim, Kreis Neckarsulm, near Heilbronn, on the Königreich Württemberg (now the State of Baden-Württemberg). Huber emigrated out of the Deutsch Reiche following his profession and found himself in South America, from which place he embarked on the shipf "WILDERSON" and arrived at Port Pirie, South Australia in October 1910. Huber described himself as an Engineer by profession, and found himself in full employment in his time in Australia. He stayed in Port Pire for just one month before heading outback to Broken Hill where he worked for 14 months. He then took the country back down to Adelaide for three months, and moved on across the border into Victora, where he worked at Blowhard, north of Ballarat for two months, and so, on to working as a Fitter at Leigh Creek on the Melbourne road near Ballarat for four months. After two years in Australia, at the age of 34 years, unmarried, and working as a Fitter at Leigh Creek, he took the Oath for his Aliens Memorial to be Naturalised at Ballarat on the 11th November 1912. In March 1913 Huber wrote from c/- Mr. Martin Bourke, Esq. of Cororooke P.O. (Cororooke is northwest of Colac, Victoria), informing them of his address to send the Memorial papers. On the 29th September 1915 Carl Huber applied to be listed on the Australian Electorial Roll as a Fitter living at Beachport, South Australia.

Albert HUEBNER - born France m.1908 Elizabeth DUNCOMBE

Richard HUBNER - b.9 Dez 1877 Marschnow, Brandenburg, Prussia . Arr. from Antwerp 18 May 1912 per CASSELL at Brisbane QLD > Mundubbra, QLD Farmer (wife Hendwig Johanne Hubner born Marienwerder, East Prussia)

Hermann Conrad HUENEBERG - from Hannover, married Alwine PAHL 1891 Vic.

Hans Johannes HUG -
Hans Johannes HUG, son of Wilhelm & Anna Johanne L. HUG, married Ivy Windle JARRETT . Children: Wilhelm HUG born 1911 Collingwood; Ivy Ellen HUG born 1912 Collingwood. Hans Johannes HUG died in 1968 at Cessnock, in the Hunter Valley of New South Wales. His wife Ivy died in the same place in the same year.
Otto Bernardo HUG -
Otto Bernardo HUG - born Switzerland. Married Victoria 1882 Emily EDWARDS. - Children: 1. Archie Angelo HUG b.abt 1883 died 1952 Armadale, Victoria at age 69 years. 2. Otto Bernardo HUG born 1886 Sydney, NSW, died 1950, Bulli, NSW. 3.Wilhelm Ophelio HUG born 1888 East Melbourne, Victoria, died 1927 Queensland. Otto Bernardo HUG, son of Melchior HUG & Elisabeth SCHWARTZ, died at age 44, at East Melbourne in 1901.
. Wilhelm & Lisette HUG
Wilhelm HUG was married to Anna Johanne Lisette HINSCH in 1872 in Queensland, Australia, - b. Holstein Arr. 1st March 1872 Maryborough QLD > Gengarry, B > Sydney NSW > East Gippsland, Victoria. Bruthen - 4 sons 4 daughters , Nat. Deep Creek Bruthen, 25 July 1911. Children: Wilhelm Afred HUG, born 1873 Queensland, married Olive Emmiline RICHARDS in Victoria in 1908. Auguste HUG, born 1875 Queensland, married Carl Gustav COTLANDER in Victoria in 1905. Anna Johanne HUG bonr 1879 Omeo, Victoria. Ulrich HUG, born 1882 Bairnsdale, Victoria. Lisette HUG, born 1884 Bruthen, Victoria. Hans Johannes HUG, born 1886 Bruthen, Victoria. Rudolph HUG, born 1888, died 1889 at age 2, Bruthen, Victoria. Katherina HUG born 1891, Bruthen, Victoria, married William Albert CORNWALL in Victoria in 1911. Jacob HUG, born 1893 Bruthen, East Gippsland, Victoria. Sophia HUG, born 1899 Bruthen, Victoria. Wilhelm HUG died at age 69 in 1920 in Hotham East, North Melbourne. His wife Anna Johanna Lisette HUG survived him to die in 1935 in Bairnsdale at the age of 82.

Griffith Richard HUGHES -born Germany, married Margarette Jane Rennie MILLER 1890

Christoph Friedrch Conrad HUHS - from Hannover, married Annie POTTER 1896 Vic. - Naturalised 1894

H. HUISMANN Melbourne Deutscher Krankenverein (Sick & Relief Society)assist 1904

Joseph HULKA
Joseph HULKA, b. 18th Feb 1858 Bohemia, Pilgrim County, Austria. Arr 25 January 1889 per KATTARTON at Port Darwin, NT, > Adelaide < Sevenhill, Clare, SA - Brother of the Society of Jesus, Sevenhill, SA. - Working as a Mason at Daly River, Northern territory 1891 age 32.


E. O. HULLER - Naturalised 1928

Johann Carl Heinrich HULMANN died at Tanunda, South Australia on the 6th January 1940 at age 79 years

Thomas HULSE

Wilhelm HULSEN -arrived Port Melb. Vic. per "KARLSRUHE" April 1893 age 22

Bernhardt Joseph Alois HULSENBECK -born Germany, married Flora GOODMAN 1897
Bernhardt Joseph Alois HULSENBECK - born 26th September 1867 Peitz, Statdt Brandenburg, Prussia. Arr. 24th June 1893 per steamship 'HOHENSTAUFEN' at Melbourne Res. Union Street, Brighton > No. 279 bay Street, Brighton, Victoria. Bootmaker. Registered Enemy Alien -Widower by Nat. Dat 31 May 1923


Carl HULSMANN - born 18th Jan 1859 at Aseugan Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, Arr. 18th Jan 1904 per ALICIA at Port Pirie, Soth Australia. > Melbourne > Merton, Vic. > Wyuna, Kyabram, VIC. Carpenter. married Alice WIESBADEN 1911 - Nat. Tatura, Vic 21 april 1909


Wilhelm HULST - Naturalised 1909/1910

Franz Friedrich HULSTEN Naturalised 1903

Karl Carl HUNDERPFUNDT, Coachman. born. Altmansweir / Allmannsweiler, Königreich Württemberg Arr. 1871 Adelaide. SA
At age abt 30 Tobacco Planter at Rum Jungle, Northern territory in 1891. with wife Louisa age 28 in 1891 Rum Jungle,

Karl HUNDERTPFUNDT - His wife Katherina Hundertpfund died at Prospect Gardens, Adelaide, South Australia at age 73 year son the 1st of February 1935.

Hugo Johannes HUNDERTMARK Naturalised 1919-1945 Hugo Johannes Hundertmark died at age 75 on the 12th November 1953 at Woodville Estate, Kilkenny, South Australia. His wife Johanne Auguste Minna Henriette Hundertmark did at the same palce on the 16th May 1967 at age 87 years,

K W A HUNDERMARK- Nat. 1928-1932

W. HUNDERMARK - naturalised 1931

Franz Xavier HUNDSDORFER -
Franz Xavier HUNDSDORFER was born in the town of Apolda, Provinz Saxe-Weimar, Deutschland (now in Thuringia) on the 10th January 1869. He emigrated from Deutschland on the Steamship "BREMEN" and arrived in Australia at the Port of Sydney, New South Wales on the 1st December 1897. After disembarking Hundsdorfer resided in Riverstone NSW for eight years, before immigrated north to ,ueensland, where he went to Rockhampton for two years, and to Bowen for a year, and then returned to live in Sydney. He was residing at 'Langham" Victoria Road, Bellevue Hill, Sudney, in business as an Exporter, and unmarried at age 45 after 17 years in Australia when he swore the Oath for his Aliens Memorial for Naturalisation before Mr Thomas Hughes, Justice of the Peace of New South Wales, at Sydney on the 10th August 1914.
Gottlieb HUND – b. Stuttgart Wur Arr. 1882 at Sydney > Toowoomba > Gawdor QLD Nat.1909

Ernst HUNDT - Nat. 1912

Friedrich Wilhelm HUNDT died at Tweedvale South Australia on the 4th April 1925 at age 58 years.

Johann HUNDT Chef, Nat. 1916/1918
Johann HUNDT - born on the 29th May 1893 at Mulhausen, Alsace in the lost French Province of Germany. Naturalisation Application dated 10th October 1916= Oath on ther 25 October 1916
Letter - To his Excellecy the Governor-General - from the 'Hotel Kosciusko, Mount Kosciusko, New South Wales dated 7th February 1917 - - I, Johann Hundt, born in Alsace who has left his Country when 13 years of age for France,- stayed there yust on four years, returned home for a week and left again for good to escape German conscription. I went to England and worked there in Private House as a Cook which is my Profession. Then I decied to navigate and stated as a Cook on the P & O Company close on for two years, During that Period I was called to serve in the German Army but I refused as none of mu brothers is serving with them as they are now serving with the Legion Etrangerer in Frace, When I first arrived in this Country 1911-1912 I meet a young Australian Lady to whom I am engaged to be married to soon now, so ever since then it was my ownly desire to come back to Australia and make my home here, which I have ready now, I after left the P & O Company for the Aberdeen Line and came out to stay, per the 'S.S' Demosthenes." My only wish now is to be a British subject now as on that depends all my future happiness. I never intent to go back to Alsace again as everythung dear to me is here. My father was killed when I was three years of age, so we are a family of five , Mother and one sister and three Brothers, me self includied, So if you would be able to pass me as British Subject I would be Very happy and be, Your Obedient Servant, J, Hundt, Chef, Hotel Kosciusko, New South Wales, Mount Kosciuso, the 11th October, 1916
. - No. Letter of the 22nd Marg 1918 from 58 Epping Road, double Bay, Sydney, NSW
Wilhelm Felix HUNDT - died at Croydon, Adelaide, South Australia on the 25th August 1963 at 55 years

Arthur Rudolph HUNGER - Naturalised 1932 - Arthur Rudolph Hunger was married to Fredericke Elise Hunger. He died on the 19 November 1964 at age 70 in Flinders Park, Adelaide, South Australia. His wife survived him to die at Finders Park on the 19 October 1865 at age 68 years.

Carl Friedrich HUNGER -
Charles Frederick HUNGER Arrived December 1882 at Adelaide per ETNA . Sth Australia. Victoria > Western AUstralia Nannine, Carrie


Karl Max HUNGER - Naturalised 1912-1942 - Karl Maximilian Hunger died on the 13 January 1972 at age 82 at Evandale, South Australia

HUNOLD - see UNOLDT

Marius Alfred HUNKELE - b. Stuttgart, Cook, Arr, from Egypt. Cook, Surry Hills, NSW

Christian Eduard HUNNERUP

Hermann HUNNY / HUNNE - born Germany, married Anetta BROWN / BRAUN 1905

A. HUNSCHA Naturalised 1935

Franz Francis HUNT - born Germany, married Teresa MORAN 1903

Frederick HUNT -aka- Johann Friedrich HANTE
Frederick HUNT -aka- Johann Friedrich HANTE b, 4th September 1855 Tuchheim, Kreis Jerichow, Magdeburg, son of the 'Kolanisten' Johann Friedrich Hante and his wife Luise Kageler. Hante emigrated out of Deutschland on the ship 'KATANIA' and arrived at the Port of Adelaide, South Australia on the 1st May 1882. On disembarking Hante resided in various places in South Australia for 21 years. First wife, Louisa KODLER. Their daughter Marie Emma Hante was born on the 2nd August 1885 at Kilkeran, South Australia. At age 35 Friedrich HANTE was married to the 43-year old widow Sophia Wilhelmine FLUGGE - daughter of Andreas HISE on the 4th August 1888 at Mrs Flugge's Residence in Jamestown, South Australia. In 1903 Hante immigrated via Melbourne to Zeehan, Tasmania, where he worked for the Tasmanian Smelting Works in Zeehan and began to use the surname HUNT. During the time of war and enmity Hante's wife Sophia Wilhelmine Hante died on the 19th May 1915 at Pennington, near Rosewater, South Australia.


Johannes Heinrich HUNT -naturalised 1927

Wilhelm Satturl / Gatterl HUNT was married to Emmeline Theresa PLUMMER. Their children were Archibald Wilhelm Thomas Alfred HUNT b.19 June 1884 Lanceston; Ferdinad Johann Albert HUNT b.15 Nov 1885; Wallace Tremaine HUNT b. 16 Oct 1888; Olive Gertrude Hunt b. 22 Aug 1891; and Doris Rita HUNT v. 8 Nov 1892 in Lanceston, Tasmania.

Fritz Friedrich HUNTER - from Hannover, married Bridget Smith 1896 Vic. - 'Gentleman' of Melbourne

Heinrich HUPER, born 2nd Feb 1864 at Koenigsberg, East Prussia. Emigrated at age 20 years per "AMALFI" to arrive at Melbourne 15th March 1884. > Melbourne > Sydney > South Australia > Queensland > Miner @ Old Tin Mines, Kangaroo Hills, near Ingham, QLD, unmarried. Nat. 8th July 1908, age 44, 24 years in Austalia

Carl HUPPERT - Naturalised 1935

Friedrich Wilhelm HUPPATZ
Friedrich Wilhelm HUPPATZ b. 10th Sept 1848 Cottbus, Nieder Lausitz, Brandenburg, Prussia Arr, from Liverpool, England Sailing ship 'RAIN' arrived at the Port of Melbourne > Clare, > Burra > Jamestown > Hamley Bridge > Adelaide SA Occupation: Police Constable. His wife ElisabetH Huppatz died at Kallangadoo on the 27th July 1923 at age 77 years. Frederick William Huppatz died at age 87 at Prospect, Adelaide, South Australia on the 15th November 1935
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Josef Emil HURBI - b. Austria / Switz - Adelaide SA

Franz HURSTZ or Frank HURST born 7th Sept 1859 Danzig, Prussia. Wharf Labourer. Married No children Res. 13 years in Austalia, age 54 - No. 3. Grove Place, Carlton, Victoria Nat, August 1814

Wilhelm Ernst HURT died at age 74 years at Marion, South Australia on the 1st August 1988.

Carl Eduard HURTER,
Charles Edward HUERTER born Schaffhausen, German Switzerland, Accountant, Arr, 24 apri; 1884 per CALEDONIAN from Maritius. 13 years in Australia, Age 40 Res Blackburn, Victoria Nat. 5th October 189
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Jules HURTER -arrived Port Melbourne per the "CHIMBORAZO" August 1880 age 22

Daniel Heinrich Hermann HURTIG - from Hamburg, married Jane MOSELEY 1892 Vic. - Naturalised 1901

Isaac HURWITH - b, Russia , Market Dealer, Carlton, Victora

Knut Ferdinand HUSELIUS - died at Renmark, South Australia on the 1st July 1948 at age 89 years. His wife Annie Huselius died at the same place on the 28 July 1956 at 89 years.

Carl HÜSER, or HUESER b. Barth, Empire of Germany age 31 Tinsmith Nat. afte 1 week in Australia in Adelaide, SA. Naturalised 15 July 1882 - Carl Christian Johann HUSER died at age 66 in Norwood, South Australia on the 4th February 1916.

Joseph HUSS - b. 20th Mar 1884 at Strassbrug, Alsace (west Deutschland)> Arr. 1st July 1911 from Bremen per Nord Goldman Steamship 'RAU' to Sydney, NSW < Waiter > Darlinghurst NSW

August HUSSECK - naturalised 1910

Heinrich HUSTEDEN -born Hannover 1841 - Arr. 1872 Adelaide, Ferryman at Port Augusta, SA, Naturlised at age 50, after 19 yrs in Australia, Licensed Ferryman at Port Augusta West, on the 8th May 1891

Reinhold HUSTER - Nat. 1898 Adelaide

Carl Wilhelm HUTH, b. 31 Mai 1884 Gladbach, Dusseldorf, Deutschland Arr.20 Nov 1910 Sydney from Bremen. > Mr Victoria > Cobar > Lithgow > Wallsend NSW Coal Miner Nat. Wallsend 7 Aug 1914

Hermann Carl HUTH
Hermann Carl HUTH was born on the 22nd of April 1868 at Meeselburg, Sachsen, (Messelburg? name unverified in Saxony?) before its Unification under the Deutsch Reiche. Herman Huth emigrated out of Deutschland to the interim transience of the United States of America, from which place he embarked on the brig "BONANZA" and arrived in Australia at the Port of Melbourne, Victoria on the 7th May 1888. On disembarking Huth went east into Gippsland, where he lived in the Latrobe Valley at Morwell and Traralgon, before immigrating north in about 1894 when he went to Bucca Crossing, in the Bundaberg hinterland of Queensland, and settled as a Contractor and General Labourer. On the 9th May 1911 he swore the Oath for his Aliens Memorial for Naturalisation at Bundaberg, before Mr Harold Rowland, Justice of the Peace of Queensland.
Wilhelm HUTH - born Belgium, married Ellen Emma CLAY 1908

Carl Friedrich Ferdinand HUTHMANN - Naturalised 1905 Carl Friedrich Ferdinand HUTHMANN died at age 88 years on the 25th June 1931 at Magill, South Australia.

Rudolph HUTHSTEINER

Hermann HUWALD b.1863 Hamburgh, Cabinet maker, Tischler Nat.after 2 yrs, Adelaide 23 Oct 1887

Carl / Charles Pierre Felix HUYLEBROECK - born Antwerp, Belgium, Arr, 1 Sept 1882 'AMALFI' at Melbourne, Merchant

Heinrich Friedrich Wilhelm HÜTTMANN or HUTTMANN
Heinrich Friedrich Wilhelm HÜTTMANN was born in about 1862 in the Hanseatic Free City of Hamburgh, Hamburgh Stadt, Deutschland. HÜTTMANN emigrated out of Germany to arrived in Australia at the Port of Adelaide in the middle of 1883. At age 21, after a few days in the South Australian capital where he intended to follow his line of business as a Merchant, he swore the Oath for his Aliens Memorial for Naturalisation on the 12th July 1883, before Mr. Theodor Scherk, Justice of the Peace of South Australia.


Wilhelm HUTTMANN or HÜTTMANN
The Prusso-Danish War of 1949 may not have changed the Nationality of Wilhelm HUTTMANN (or HÜTTMANN) in the year he was born, as it was, for he was born on 10th April 1849 at Schönwald, in Schleswig, for the Provinz of Schleswig did not become part of Deutschland until the Second Prusso-Danish War, the War of Schleswig, in 1864. So he was born in Denmark and was raised in Deutschland without leaving home. At age 38 Huttmann emigrated our of the Port of Hamburg on the Steamship "SALIER" to arrive in Australia at the Port Of Melbourne, Victoria, on Christmas Day 1888. After disembarking Huttmann spent five years in Melbourne, then immigrated to Western Australia, where he had spent the next 17 years by 1912, one of which was on the Goldfields and the balance, in Perth. As an unmarried man, age 64, after 24 years in Australia, and then working as a Gardener while residing at No.1 Beaufort Street, Perth, he took the the Oath for his Aliens Memorial for Naturalisation on the 15th April 1912 before Mr. Justice Augustus Sandford Roe, Police Magistrate of the State of Western Australia, with an attestation by Mr Joseph John Croyle, Detective of the Western Australian Police Force.
Adolph Matthias HYLAND / HYLANDT - born Hamburgh, m.1886 Frances Mary BISHOP

Joseph HYMANS -born Germany, married Ellen Elizabeth GOUGE 1891

Philipp HYMAN - from Poland Married 1910 Rhoda Ella CARTER -
Phillip HYMAN, the son of Isaav Luis HYMAN and Hilda Rosa NEURICH, died at age 90 in Glenhuntly, Melbourne in 1973. His Wife Rohda Ella Hyman had died in 1935 in Melbourne at the age of 53





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