NAA: A1, 1904/4060
Digital copy - 1047
|Occupation as written||Married woman|
|Standardised occupation||XX00: Other - Other|
|Date of approval or denial||21 Jun 1904|
|Birthplace as written||None|
|Age on application||74|
|Age on arrival in Australia||18|
|Port of Departure||None|
|Port of Arrival||None|
|Date of arrival||None|
|Name of ship||None|
|Address in Australia||Bridge Street, Benalla|
|Time at address|
Seven children, three girls and four boys
|Name of reference||None|
|Occupation of reference||None|
|Police report attached||No|
|Link to other applicant|
Cannot read town of birth, or find one similar on line.
Cannot read name of ship, or find one similar - something like Electuic.
Resided in Benalla, Whittlesea, Queensborough, and Winton - no idea how long.
A letter asks for her husband's original nationality and whether he has been naturalised. She is also asked to retake the oath of allegiance as she has had it certified by the wrong person. By the time this happens the whole thing has been disbanded and handed over to the "Commonwealth" to deal with.