Mariners and ships in Australian Waters

KATHERINE STEWART FORBES

BARQUE OF LONDON, WRIGHT, MASTER, BURTHEN 457 TONS
FROM THE PORT OF ADELAIDE TO PORT JACKSON, NEW SOUTH WALES, 18TH NOVEMBER 1850

Surname Given name Station Age Of what Nation Status Comments
WRIGHT   MASTER     CREW Alt. Name KATHERINE STUART FORBES
Sailed 12 November 1850
  19 VARIOUS   VARIOUS CREW Lading Copper Ore etc.
SHEPHERD   MR     PASSENGER CABIN
SHEPHERD WIFE MRS     PASSENGER CABIN
SHEPHERD SON 1       PASSENGER CABIN
SHEPHERD SON 2       PASSENGER CABIN
SHEPHERD DAUGHTER       PASSENGER CABIN
METCALFE   MRS     PASSENGER CABIN
METCALFE DAUGHTER 1       PASSENGER CABIN
METCALFE DAUGHTER 2       PASSENGER CABIN
SWAN H. REVEREND     PASSENGER CABIN
BELL D. MR     PASSENGER CABIN
BELL J.W. MR     PASSENGER CABIN
KENDELL   MR     PASSENGER CABIN
HARTLAND   MR     PASSENGER CABIN
ALLEN   MR     PASSENGER CABIN
DICKSON   MR     PASSENGER CABIN
WOOD WM.       PASSENGER CABIN
WOOD WIFE MRS     PASSENGER CABIN
CHAMBERLAND MAY       PASSENGER CABIN

 

Source: State Records Authority of New South Wales: Shipping Master's Office; Passengers Arriving 1826 - 1900; Part Colonial Secretary series covering 1845 - 1853, reels 1272 [4/5227] -1280 [4/5244]. Transcribed by Dorothy D'Arcy.

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