Leprosy Queensland 1932 - 1940


National Archives of Australia
Darwin Office
Series A1928 635/20 SECTION 2
Leprosy Queensland 1932 - 1940

NB Correspondence if from the Department of Public Health Brisbane to the
   Director General of Health in Canberra unless otherwise stated.

 8. 6.1932 White inmate Leslie James Good was discarged from the Peel Island Lazaret on 4. 6.1932

11. 7.1932 Aboriginal John Thomas of Yarrabah Mission Settlement was admitted to
           Peel Island Lazaret on 4.07.1932 suffering from Leprosy.

11. 7.1932 Aboriginal Ned Brookes, late of North Queensland, aged 59 (approximately)
           was admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret on 9.07.1932 suffering from Leprosy.

12. 7.1932 Aboriginal John Thomas of Yarrabah Mission Settlement was admitted to
           Peel Island Lazaret on 9.07.1932 suffering from Leprosy.

12. 8.1932 White inmate Louis Melanhousen died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 11. 8.1932

 5. 9.1932 Aboriginal woman named Lottie Dalton was discharged from Peel Island
           Lazaret on 3. 9.1932

19. 9.1932 Two Aboriginal children named Dulcie Freeman and Paddy Booter, of Woorabinda Aboriginal Settlement
           were admitted to Peel Island Lazaret on the 15. 9.1932, suffering from Leprosy.

19. 9.1932 Frank Ing Chong has been found to be no longer suffering from Leprosy and was
           discharged from the Peel Island Lazaret on 17. 9.1932

23. 9.1932 Female Aboriginal Annie Dog died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 21. 9.1932

21.10.1932 Aboriginal Teddy Postmaster died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 18.10.1932

17.10.1932 South Sea Islander Jack Manessa died at the Peel Island Lazaret 14.10.1932

14.11.1932 Arthur Gordon Holmes readmitted to the the Peel Island Lazaret
           on 14.11.1932 suffering from Leprosy
           
16.12.1932 Mrs Oscar Irwin readmitted to the Peel Island Lazaret on 16.12.1932
           suffering from Leprosy

 7. 1.1933 Aboriginal Bob Sailor died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 23.12.1932

13. 1.1933 Aboriginal Budge Darbow, from the Cherbourg Aboriginal Settlement, Murgon,
           was admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret on the 6. 1.1933

25. 1.1933 Aboriginal Charlie Ferguson died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 22. 1.1933

 4. 2.1933 Aboriginal Katie Mimi, found to be suffering from Leprosy, has been
           removed to Peel Island Lazaret

13. 2.1933 Stanley Frederick Andrews was discharged from the the Peel Island Lazaret on 11.02.1933

16. 2.1933 Aboriginal Annie Woods was discharged from the Peel Island Lazaret on the 15. 2.1933

16. 3.1933 Aboriginal Jack Miner died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 10. 3.1933

29. 3.1933 Aboriginal Tommy Charlie Cannon, resident of Cairns, suffering from Leprosy was removed
           to the Peel Island Lazaret on 23. 3.1933

24. 4.1933 Coloured Inmate Herbert Little was discharged from the Peel Island Lazaret on 22. 4.1933

12. 5.1933 Aboriginal Moonlight from Woorabinda Aboriginal Settlement was admitted to
           the Peel Island Lazaret on the 10. 5.1933 suffering from Leprosy

31. 5.1933 Coloured leper named Charlie Oba died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 31. 5.1933

 3. 7.1933 Half caste woman Mrs Lizzie Tallis of Nambour was admitted to the Peel Island
           Lazaret on the 1. 7.1933 suffering from Leprosy

14. 7.1933 South Sea Islander Tom Nalto died at the Dunwich Benevolent Asylum on the 11. 7.1933.
           He was discharged from the Peel Island Lazaret in October 1928. Leprosy was found in
           a smear he submitted last week but he died before readmission to the Lazaret.

14. 7.1933 Patrick Chamberlain, resident of the Dunwich benevolent Asylum was admitted
           to the the Peel Island Lazaret on 14. 7.1933 suffering from Leprosy
           
31. 8.1933 Coloured leper named Tommy Charlie Cannon died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 27. 8.1933

19. 9.1933 Alexander Andrieff (Russian), aged 34 years, resident of Tully, North Queensland waas
           admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret on 14. 9.1933 suffering from Leprosy
           
21. 9.1933 Fred Martin, aged 65 years, recently a resident of Pingarra, Springsure Line, Central
           district was admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret on 21. 9.1933 suffering from Leprosy

 5.10.1933 Aboriginal Mina Button was admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret on the 5.10.1933

30.10.1933 Aboriginal leper patient Clara Luke Don of Cherbourg Aboriginal Settlement was
           admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret on 18.10.1933

11.12.1933 Aboriginal Reggie Anderson of Palm Island Aboriginal Settlement was admitted
           to the Peel Island Lazaret on the 9.12.1933 suffering from Leprosy

11.12.1933 Aboriginal Bella from Cooktown was admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret
           on the 9.12.1933 suffering from Leprosy

16. 5.1932 The following persons were admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret suffering from Leprosy
           Jack Miner lately residing at Palm Island
           Annie lately residing at Moreton near Coen
           Young Willie Dog lately residing at Moreton near Coen
           Jessie lately residing at Moreton near Coen
           Eva lately residing at Moreton near Coen
           Frank lately residing at Moreton near Coen
           All are Aboriginals and were admitted to the Lazaret on the 13. 5.1932

 1. 2.1934  James Phillip Gennings, aged 70 years, a native of Toowoomba, residing at Juliet Street
            Mackay, was admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret on 31. 1.1934 suffering from Leprosy

20. 2.1934 Aboriginal Bob Halifax lately residing at Palm Island Aboriginal Settlement North
           Queensland was admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret on 1. 2.1934 suffering from Leprosy

26. 3.1934 Aboriginal Mahomet Mate Mate, found to be no longer suffering from Leprosy,
           was released from the Peel Island Lazaret on 26. 3.1934

26. 3.1934 Aboriginal Pat Booter, found to be no longer suffering from Leprosy,
           was released from the Peel Island Lazaret on 26. 3.1934

26. 3.1934 Aboriginal Dulcie Freeman, found to be no longer suffering from Leprosy,
           was released from the Peel Island Lazaret on 26. 3.1934

30. 5.1934 David McQueen, suffering from Leprosy, was removed to the Peel Island Lazaret

 9. 6.1934 Janes Phillip Gennings, late of Mackay, died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 8. 6.1934
 
21. 6.1934 White inmate Patrick Mahon died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 20. 6.1934

 9. 7.1934 Aboriginal Eric Roy James Brown, late of Beaudesert, was admitted to the
           Peel Island Lazaret on the 6. 7.1934 suffering from Leprosy

17. 7.1934 Half caste Ernest Brown, adult, resident of Thursday Island was admitted to
           the Peel Island Lazaret on the 14. 7.1934

17. 7.1934 Oliver Hunter (child) of Mona Mona Mission was admitted to the Peel Island
           Lazaret on the 14. 7.1934 suffering from Leprosy

17. 7.1934 Cyril Hobson (child) of Mona Mona Mission was admitted to the Peel Island
           Lazaret on 14. 7.1934 suffering from Leprosy

17. 7.1934 Aboriginal adult Rosie Johnny, a resident of Thursday Island, was admitted
           to the Peel Island Lazaret on 14. 7.1934 suffering from Leprosy

17. 7.1934 Aboriginal child Uki Bigfoot, a resident of Thursday Island, was admitted
           to the Peel Island Lazaret on 14. 7.1934 suffering from Leprosy

17. 7.1934 Half-caste child Percy Wales of Thursday Island was admitted to the Peel Island
           Lazaret on 14. 7.1934 suffering from Leprosy
           
 2. 8.1934 Ivy Boulter died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 30. 7.1934
 
  2. 8.1934 Perch Chamberlain died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 30. 7.1934
  
20. 8.1934 White inmate Mrs Violet Irwin was discharged from the Peel Island Lazaret on 18. 8.1934

27. 8.1934 Aboriginal adult Rosie Johnny died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 21. 8.1934

 4. 9.1934 David McQueen, aged 59 years, formerly of Clermont died at
           the Peel Island Lazaret on 31. 8.1934
           
24. 9.1934 George Kirk, aged 62 years, a Queenslander, died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 18. 9.1934

19.11.1934 Half-caste named Banjo Bond of Camboon readmitted to the Peel Island Lazaret
           on 15.11.1934 suffering from Leprosy

 3.12.1934 Half caste Aboriginal boy named Stanley Dodds was admitted to the Peel Island
           Lazaret on 1.12.1934 suffering from Leprosy

13.11.1934 William Smalley of Mackay Queensland, was admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret 
           on  7.11.1934 suffering from Leprosy
           
 8. 1.1935 George Phillips who was released from the Peel Island Lazaret on 22.12.1934 was
           readmitted on 5. 1.1935 suffering from Leprosy

14. 1.1935 Frank Dog (alias Frank Morton) Aboriginal died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 8. 1.1935

14. 1.1935 White inmate Mrs Mary Ellen Gleeson of Townsville was admitted to
           the Peel Island Lazaret on 10. 1.1935

20. 2.1935 Coloured inmate Moonlight died at the Peel Island Lazaret 15. 2.1935

 7. 3.1935 Half caste native William Lee who formerly resided at Duaringa near Rockhampton
           was admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret on 6. 3.1935 suffering from Leprosy
           
18. 3.1935 Leah Goldsmith was released under surveillance from the Peel Island Lazaret 
           on  16. 3.1935

27. 3.1935 Leper patient Stanley Dodds of Tweed Heads NSW who was admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret
           on 1.12.1934 was transferred under escort to NSW on thye 26. 3.1935 under arrangements
           made with the Government of that State.

27. 3.1935 Aboriginl Lindsay Baker resident of Millaa Millaa was admitted to the Peel Island
           Lazaret on 23. 3.1935 suffering from Leprosy
           
21. 5.1935 Herman John Goldsmith was discharged under surveillance from the Peel Island 
           Lazaret on 18. 5.1935
           
25. 6.1935 Luigi Bonfa was discharged under surveillance from the Peel Island 
           Lazaret on 23. 6.1935
           
 4. 7.1935 White inmate Sam Sharpe died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 30. 6.1935

27. 7.1935 The following Aboriginals were admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret on 26. 7.1935
           suffering from Leprosy
           King Billy from Fantome Island
           Jimmy Kangaroo from Fantome Island
           Toby Myall from Burketown
           Monty O'Beirne from Mareeba Hospital
           Tilly Bond from Woorabinda
           Maggie Fourmile from Fantome Island

30. 8.1935 Coloured inmate James Lalley died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 25. 8.1935

10.10.1935 Vera Langlow (aged 19) of Woorabinda Aboriginal Settlement was admitted to
           the Peel Island Lazaret on 9.10.1935 suffering from Leprosy
           
18.11.1935 Mrs Eileen louisa Handsley, 14 Weinhelt Street, Rockhamptonn was admitted
           to the Peel Island Lazaret on 1.11.1935
           
19.11.1935 White inmate Mrs M F Pilz was discharged under surveillance from the Peel Island 
           Lazaret on 18.11.1935
           
19.11.1935 White inmate Frederick Owen Martin died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 10.10.1935

25.11.1935 White inmate Sydney Randolph Dines was discharged from the Peel Island 
           Lazaret on 23.11.1935

 6.12.1935 Aboriginal child May Langlow, aged 9 years, was admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret
           from Woorabinda Aboriginal Settlement on 6.12.1935
           
 6. 1.1936 White male Alfred Burns, aged 38 years, married, of Rosalie Brisbane was
           admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret on 4. 1.1936

 6. 5.1936 Aboriginl Peter Finger died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 1. 5.1936

10. 6.1936 Coloured inmate Romeo Neilson, late of Cairns died at the Peel Island Lazaret 6. 6.1936

12. 6.1936 William James Lamb was released on surveillance from the Peel Island 
           Lazaret on 8. 6.1936

12. 6.1936 William Smalley released on surveillance from the Peel Island 
           Lazaret on 8. 6.1936
           
 7. 7.1936 White inmate Charles Schuler was discharged on surveillance from the Peel Island 
           Lazaret on 26. 6.1936

 3. 8.1936 Coloured female Bella, late of Cairns, died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 28. 7.1936

21. 9.1936 Coloured female Violet Morris, aged about 28 years, of Mona Mona Mission Station
           via Cairns, was admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret on 18. 9.1936
           
25. 9.1936 White male Roy McFadzen of Nebo via Mackay was admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret 
           on 25. 8.1936 suffering from Leprosy

28. 9.1936 Aboriginal female Clara Don was released under surveillance from
            the Peel Island Lazaret on 26. 9.1936
            
29. 9.1936 Two white males - Thomas Hughes (Dunwich) and E J Thiel (Brisbane) were admitted to
           the Peel Island Lazaret on 25. 9.1936 suffering from Leprosy
           
12.11.1936 White leper patient Anton Nawrath was admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret 
           on 6.11.1936 on transfer from the Leper Lazaret in Sydney

12.11.1936 White leper patient Joseph desmond Carmichael was admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret 
           on 6.11.1936 on transfer from the Leper Lazaret in Sydney

16.11.1936 Aboriginal woman Edith Courtney of Mareeba was admitted to the Peel Island
           Lazaret on 6.11.1936
           
16.11.1936 White patient Alfred Chapple Broome of Emerald was admitted to the Peel 
           Island Lazaret on 14.11.1936
           
25.11.1936 Alexander Andrieff was found to be no longer suffering from Leprosy and released
           under surveillance from the Peel Island Lazaret on 20.11.1936

25.11.1936 Joseph Zunker was found to be no longer suffering from Leprosy and released
           under surveillance from the Peel Island Lazaret on 20.11.1936

25.11.1936 George Borg was found to be no longer suffering from Leprosy and released
           under surveillance from the Peel Island Lazaret on 20.11.1936
           
25.11.1936 Mary Ellen Gleeson was found to be no longer suffering from Leprosy and released
           under surveillance from the Peel Island Lazaret on 20.11.1936

22.12.1936 Mrs Mary Jane Brown was released under surveillance from the Peel Island Lazaret on 20.12.1936

 6. 1.1937 Coloured inmate Doris Langlo died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 3. 1.1937
 
11. 1.1937 Mrs May Brown, mother of the two boys referred to in separate communications
           addressed to you today, also has been found to be suffering from Leprosy and
           admitted to Peel Island Lazaret today
           
11. 1.1937 White male Thomas Wakelin, Dowes Creek, Mackay was admitted to the Peel Island 
           Lazaret on 6. 1.1937
           
11. 1.1937 White male John James Brown, Townsville was admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret 
           on 11. 1.1937 suffering from Leprosy

11. 1.1937 White male George Gordon Brown, Townsville was admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret 
           on 11. 1.1937 suffering from Leprosy

27. 1.1937 Coloured male Patrick Miva aged 61 years was admitted to
           the Peel Island Lazaret on 26. 1.1937
           
 2. 2.1937 George Henry Barrett, aged 64 years, married, native of Somerset England but resident
           in Queensland was admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret on 27. 1.1037
           
 5. 2.1937 Allan Walter Merry was released under surveillance from the Peel Island 
           Lazaret on 22. 1.1937
           
15. 2.1937 White inmate William Lee was released under surveillance from the Peel Island 
           Lazaret on 15. 2.1937

15. 2.1937 Aboriginal Maggie Fourmile was released under surveillance was discharged from
           the Peel Island Lazaret on 15. 2.1937
           
17. 2.1937 White married woman Mrs Matilda Francis Adams, aged 31 years, resident of Emu Park
           Rockhampton, was admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret on 16. 2.1937 suffering
           from Leprosy

 2. 3.1937 Coloured inmate Monty O'Beirne died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 23. 2.1937

 5. 3.1937 Aboriginal Dulcie Freeman who was released under surveillance from the Peel Island
           Lazaret was readmitted on 3. 3.1937

 5. 4.1937 Aboriginal Zoe Button formerly of Cherbourg Aboriginal Settlement, Murgon,
           was admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret on 10. 3.1937 suffering from Leprosy

24. 3.1937 Mrs Emma Pilz who was released under surveillance from the Peel Island Lazaret 
           on 18.11.1935 was readmitted on 19. 3.1937
           
 5. 4.1937 William Leeds died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 2. 4.1937
 
12. 4.1937 Alexander Andrieff, released in November last year, was readmitted to
           the Peel Island Lazaret on 9. 4.1937 suffering from Leprosy
 
13. 4.1937 White inmate Noel Agnew, native of Brisbane, died at the Peel Island 
           Lazaret on 8. 4.1937

13. 4.1937 Myrtle Hunter, late of Mona Mona Mission, North Queensland was admitted to
           the Peel Island Lazaret on 9. 4.1937 suffering from Leprosy

13. 4.1937 Aboriginal Elsie Hunter, late of Mona Mona Mission, North Queensland was admitted
           to the Peel Island Lazaret on 9. 4.1937 suffering from Leprosy

20. 4.1937 Aboriginal Roy Hobson, late of Mona Mona Mission, North Queensland was
           admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret on 9. 4.1937 suffering from Leprosy
           
 6. 5.1937 Mrs Ellen Handley, aged 63 years, formerly of Rockhampton, died at
           the Peel Island Lazaret on 3. 5.1937
           
23. 6.1937 Alfred Thomas Dodson, a resident of Rockhampton, readmitted to
           the Peel Island Lazaret on 18. 6.1937 suffering from Leprosy

25. 6.1937 Aboriginal Woodrow Wilson, a resident of Mount Isa, was admitted to
           the Peel Island Lazaret on 21. 6.1937 suffering from Leprosy

23. 7.1937 Suspected leper Aboriginal Toby was admitted to Camooweal Hospital where he died
           on 20. 7.1937. Smears received showed Leprosy

28. 7.1937 Aboriginal Tilly Bond was released under surveillance from the Peel Island
           Lazaret on 27. 7.1937

28. 7.1937 Mrs Florence Dobbs was released under surveillance from the Peel Island
           Lazaret on 27. 7.1937

17. 8.1937 Coloured male Bob Halifax died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 13. 8.1937

17. 8.1937 George Edwin Moody, ex leper,  readmitted to the Peel Island Lazaret 
           on 31. 7.1937
           
10. 9.1937 White inmate Thomas Hughes died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 6. 9.1937

11. 9.1937 White patient W Lee was readmitted to the Peel Island Lazaret on 9. 9.1937

22. 9.1937 Coloured inmate Fergus Little died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 19. 9.1937

24. 9.1937 John Carrigg aka John Herbert, of Brisbane, was admitted to the Peel Island 
           Lazaret on 16. 9.1937 suffering from Leprosy
           
 6.10.1937 White male inmate A G Holmes died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 1.10.1937

12.10.1937 Aboriginal Dan Coleman was admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret on 9.10.1937
           suffering from Leprosy
           
13.10.1937 George Edwin Moody, formerly of Jago North Queensland, diet at the Peel Island 
           Lazaret on 11.10.1937

15.10.1937 Coloured inmate Darcy Boson died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 13.10.1937

19.10.1937 Aboriginal Cyril Hobson released under surveillance from  the Peel Island
           Lazaret on 16.10.1937, no longer suffering from Leprosy

17.11.1937 Aboriginal Ethel Bone, a resident of Cherbourg Aboriginal Settlement was
           admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret on 10.11.1937 suffering from Leprosy
           
23.11.1937 White inmate John H Dunning died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 20.11.1937

23.12.1937 White inmate Andres John Anderson died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 14.12.1937

23. 2.1938 Mrs Eliza Beard, a resident of Rockhampton, was admitted to the Peel Island 
           Lazaret on 8. 2.1938 suffering from Leprosy
           
24. 3.1938 Edward James Thiel was released on parole from the Peel Island Lazaret 
           on 19. 3.1938

24. 3.1938 Alfred Chapple Broome was released on parole from the Peel Island 
           Lazaret on 19. 3.1938
           
21. 4.1938 White inmate Charles Beresford Hewitt died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 19. 4.1938

29. 4.1938 White inmate John Hallam died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 26. 4.1938

 4. 5.1938 Mrs Marian Modrzynaki, aged 35 years, resident of Goondiwindi, was admitted
           to the Peel Island Lazaret on 3. 5.1938 suffering from Leprosy

 4. 5.1938 Coloured inmate Frank Graham, aged 38 years, died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 28. 4.1938

 4. 5.1938 Coloured male Ned Hobson, from the Mona Mona Mission Station, North Queensland,
           was admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret on 30. 4.1938 suffering from Leprosy

 4. 5.1938 Coloured male Gordon Campbell, aged about 30 years, from the Normanton, North Queensland,
           was admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret on 30. 4.1938 suffering from Leprosy

 4. 5.1938 Amy Newberry, aged 10 years, from the Mona Mona Mission Station, North Queensland,
           was admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret on 30. 4.1938 suffering from Leprosy

 4. 5.1938 Francis Thompson, aged 9 years, from the Mona Mona Mission Station, North Queensland,
           was admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret on 30. 4.1938 suffering from Leprosy

10. 5.1938 Edward James Thiel, lately discharged from the Peel Island Lazaret was
           readmitted on 6. 5.1938 suffering from Leprosy
           
14. 6.1938 White inmate George Ellis, aged 38 years, died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 9. 6.1938

 7. 7.1938 Coloured female Katie Mi Mi died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 2. 7.1938
 
 8. 7.1938 Charles Schuler, discharged from the Peel Island Lazaret on 26. 6.1936
           was readmitted on 6. 7.1938

18. 7.1938 Aboriginal Evelyn Hobbler, aged 17 years, of Mona Mona Mission Station, was admitted to
           the Peel Island Lazaret on 16. 7.1938 suffering from Leprosy
           
 2. 9.1938 White inmate Mrs Eliz. Beard, aged 92 years, died at the Peel Island 
           Lazaret on 23. 8.1938
           
 7.10.1938 John Joseph Finn, aged 65 years, white patient, was admitted to the Peel Island 
           Lazaret on 30. 9.1938 suffering from Leprosy
           
13.10.1938 Alfred Henry Bosel, who was discharged from the Peel Island Lazaret on 21.12.1925,
           was readmitted on 12.10.1938

13.10.1938 Cingalese Jack Hamden, aged about 70 years, late of Bundaberg, was admitted to
           the Peel Island Lazaret on 12.10.1938 suffering from Leprosy

 1.11.1938 Aboriginal Violet Morris was released on surveillance from the the Peel Island
           Lazaret  on 31.10.1938
           
 2.11.1938 Mrs Olive Fox, aged 46 years, died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 30.10.1938
 
 2.11.1938 Emmett Kelly, white patient, was readmitted to the Peel Island Lazaret on 28.10.1938

28.11.1938 The sailing ketch "Morning Star" has left Thursday Island with three women
           suffering from Leprosy -
           Kiam Matasia
           Nancy Williams
           Katherine Toeboy
           The "Morning Star" will transport the leper patients from Thursday Island to
           Cairns, where they will be handed over to Police and, it is understood,
           transferred to the leprosarium at Peel Island by train.

12.12.1938 Cingalese J Hamden died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 11.12.1938

12.12.1938 White inmate Mrs Mary Brown was released under surveillance from the Peel Island 
           Lazaret on 12.12.1938

14.12.1938 Coloured female Lucy Barney, aged 36 years, was admitted to the Peel Island
           Lazaret on 10.12.1938

14.12.1938 Coloured female Nancy Williams, aged 24 years, was admitted to the Peel Island
           Lazaret on 10.12.1938

14.12.1938 Coloured male Benny Leavis, aged 15 years, was admitted to the Peel Island
           Lazaret on 10.12.1938

14.12.1938 Coloured female Katherine Toeboy, aged 33 years, was admitted to  the Peel Island
           Lazaret on 10.12.1938

 4. 1.1939 Aboriginal Budge Darbow  died at the the Peel Island Lazaret on 23.12.1938
 
10. 1.1939 Mrs Mary Lewis, a resident of North Rockhampton, was admitted to the Peel Island 
           Lazaret on 5. 1.1939

23. 1.1939 James Wm Brennan, a native of Queensland, unmarried, of Norman Park, East Brisbane
           was admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret on 12. 1.1939 suffering from Leprosy

 3. 2.1939 Aboriginal Harry Brown, of Fantome Island, was admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret
           on  20. 1.1939 suffering from Leprosy

 7. 2.1939 Aboriginal Lewis Newbury of Mona Mona Mission, was admitted to the Peel Island
           Lazaret on 4. 2.1939 suffering from Leprosy

 7. 2.1939 Aboriginal Eddie Lawrence of Mona Mona Mission, was admitted to the Peel Island
           Lazaret on 4. 2.1939 suffering from Leprosy

 9. 2.1939 Coloured girl Rene Thompson of Mona Mona Mission, was admitted to the Peel Island
           Lazaret on 4. 2.1939 suffering from Leprosy
           
28. 2.1939 John James Brown, white patient, died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 26. 2.1939

 7. 3.1939 Aboriginal Arthur Horn died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 28. 2.1939

 3. 4.1939 Aboriginal Frank Graham died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 29. 3.1939

25. 5.1939 Cyril Hobson of Mona Mona Mission has been declared to be suffering from Leprosy
           and will be segregated at Fantome Island Lazaret

25. 5.1939 Aboriginal Alma Bostock of Palm Island, North Queensland has been declared to be suffering from Leprosy
           and will be segregated at Fantome Island Lazaret

25. 5.1939 Aboriginal Toby Hunter of Palm Island, North Queensland has been declared to be suffering from Leprosy
           and will be segregated at Fantome Island Lazaret

25. 5.1939 Aboriginal May Gregory of Palm Island, North Queensland has been found to be suffering from Leprosy
           and will be segregated at Fantome Island Lazaret
           
30. 5.1939 White patient Mrs Selina Raines, aged 69 years, was admitted to the Peel Island 
           Lazaret on 25. 5.1939 suffering from Leprosy
           
16. 6.1939 White patient Mrs Agnes Mariah Mills, aged 72 years, was admitted to the Peel Island 
           Lazaret on 10. 6.1939

29. 6.1939 Aboriginal Wilfred Obah of Palm Island Settlement who has been found to be
           suffering from Leprosy has been removed to Fantome Island Lazaret

30. 6.1939 Aboriginal Toby Hunter  of Palm Island Settlement who has been found to be
           suffering from Leprosy has been removed to Fantome Island Lazaret

30. 6.1939 Aboriginal May Curley  of Palm Island Settlement who has been found to be
           suffering from Leprosy has been removed to Fantome Island Lazaret

30. 6.1939 Aboriginal Ellison Obah  of Palm Island Settlement who has been found to be
           suffering from Leprosy has been removed to Fantome Island Lazaret

30. 6.1939 Aboriginal Daisy Obah  of Palm Island Settlement who has been found to be
           suffering from Leprosy has been removed to Fantome Island Lazaret

30. 6.1939 Aboriginal Alma Bostock  of Palm Island Settlement who has been found to be
           suffering from Leprosy has been removed to Fantome Island Lazaret

29. 6.1939 Aboriginal Maggie Fourmile  of Palm Island Settlement who has been found to be
           suffering from Leprosy has been removed to Fantome Island Lazaret
           
12. 7.1939 Willis Keogh was discharged on parole from the Peel Island Lazaret on 12. 7.1939,
           no longer suffering from Leprosy
           
31. 7.1939 White leper George Gordon Brown was discharged on parole from the Peel Island 
           Lazaret on 31. 7.1939
           
15. 8.1939 John Carrigg, aged 82 years, died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 4. 8.1939

22. 8.1939 James Brennan died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 19. 8.1939

31. 8.1939 Mrs Florence E Dobbs of Rockhampton was readmitted to the Peel Island 
           Lazaret on 16. 8.1939 again suffering from Leprosy
           
19. 9.1939 Nicholas Silva was readmitted to the Peel Island Lazaret on 12. 9.1939
           again suffering from Leprosy
           
20. 9.1939 John Thomas Warren, white inmate, died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 14. 9.1939

16.10.1939 Edward James Thiel died at the Peel Island Lazaret on 9.10.1939

 7.11.1939 Coloured female Agnes Fewquamdie, born in Nambour on 19. 5.1917, was admitted
           to the Peel Island Lazaret on 1.11.1939

14.11.1939 Aboriginal Homet (Mahomet?) Mate Mate died at Peel Island Lazaret on 13.11.1939

12.12.1939 Coloured inmate Georde Duringee died at Peel Island Lazaret on 11.12.1939

 9. 1.1940 Miss Sylvia Cecil, a white patient, was admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret on 9. 1.1940
 
31. 1.1940 Mrs L Ebbage (white), aged 26 years, a resident of Ayr, was admitted
           to the Peel Island Lazaret on 30. 1.1940
           
 8. 2.1940 John Thomas Shaw of Brisbane was admitted to the Peel Island Lazaret on 6. 2.1940
 
26. 2.1940 Mrs Matilda Frances Adams, white inmate, was released under surveillance
           from the Peel Island Lazaret on 23. 2.1940, no longer suffering from Leprosy
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