QSwharfth.jpg (4017 bytes)Manly Quarantine Station

Residents of the Quarantine Station
before 1900

Aboriginal
Heritage

History
Immigration

Buildings
in 1999

Carvings
on site

Residents
in the past

Natural
Environment
Conservation
Plan
Before 1900

1900 - 1920

1920 - 1950

1950 - 1984

Ghosts

118 ships were quarantined in the 19th Century. 330 people died in Quarantine. 572 were buried in the Quarantine Station. (People who died of infectious diseases in Sydney, were brought across to the Quarantine Station for burial.

1814 - Robert Cross and the Plague Ship
            - before the Quarantine Station was built.

1838 "William Roger" - typhus. The Butine family here.

1855 The Corby family

1880s The Cornelius family

 

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Robert Cross

Click to see past residents at Manly Quarantine Station who are grouped as follows:-

Before 1900

1900 - 1920

1920 - 1950

1950 - 1984

Ghosts
This page was created 22nd June, 1999, by Judith Bennett,  Friends of Quarantine Station,
and was last modified 20th January, 2007.