Culliford, George James

Birth Name Culliford, George James
Gramps ID I2343
Gender male
Age at Death 54 years, 3 months, 7 days


Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Birth [E5113] 1822 Somerset, England  
Death [E5114] 8 April 1876 Geelong Western Public Cemetery  
Occupation [E5115]   agricultural labourer


    Family of Culliford, George James and Askew, Ann [F0012]
Married Wife Askew, Ann [I0998]
Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Marriage [E5630] 21 June 1853 Christ Church, Geelong West, Greater Geelong, Victoria, Australia  


George Culliford was a passenger on the "Monteagle", arriving April 1853. The "Monteagle", under James Lorby (Master), was a sailing ship of 999 tons, licensed to carry up to 427 passengers. It sailed from Deptford (Debtford), a dock and ship-building facility on the Thames, London, on 21 December 1852, and arrived in Melbourne on 12 April 1853. The Unassisted Passengers included a George Culliford age 32, an agricultural labourer, and a Hannah Culliford aged 34, both from Somerset, England. Both could read and write and gave C of E as their religious affiliation. They went ashore "on own account" to Melbourne. This George Culliford would have been born in about 1820.


Type Value Notes Sources
RFN 634976773


    1. Culliford, George James
      1. Askew, Ann [I0998]