NAA: A1, 1904/3389
Digital copy - 922
|Occupation as written||Housewife|
|Standardised occupation||DS00: Domestic service - Domestic duties|
|Date of approval or denial||7 May 1904|
|Birthplace as written||Urbach, Prussia|
|Age on application||70|
|Age on arrival in Australia||24|
|Port of Departure||America|
|Port of Arrival||Melbourne|
|Date of arrival||17 Jun 1858|
|Name of ship||Ocean Rover|
|Address in Australia||Flaxman Street, Warnambool|
|Time at address||44 years|
|Previous address 1||Melbourne|
|Time at address||1 years, 3 months|
Seven sons and one daughter - three sons and the daughter have died. She comments on where the others live.
|Name of reference||Samuel McDonald|
|Occupation of reference||J.P., Warnambool, Victoria|
|Police report attached||No|
|Link to other applicant|
Port of departure = USA.
A series of letters between a Solicitor employed by Sibilla Kucks and the Secretary concerning her application - her husband was Prussian, but was naturalised in Victoria.
Difficult to read comments on where the surviving children live.