Mariners and ships in Australian Waters

STRATHFIELDSAYE

OF LONDON, F RENNER, MASTER, BURTHEN 657 TONS
FROM THE PORT OF MADRAS TO SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, 24TH JANUARY 1854

Surname Given name Station Age Of what Nation Status Comments
RENNER FREDK W S MASTER     CREW  
PAUL GEORGE 1ST MATE 25 BRITISH CREW  
WALTON CHAS 2ND MATE 18 BRITISH CREW  
SOLOMON JAMES CARPENTER 36 BRITISH CREW  
FLEGHIB JAMES STEWARD 17 BRITISH CREW  
HENRY JAMES A. B. 30 BRITISH CREW  
WHYTE ? A. B. 23 BRITISH CREW  
BLANCH ? A. B. 44 BRITISH CREW  
TAYLOR ? A. B. 28 BRITISH CREW  
BALL JAMES A. B. 30 BRITISH CREW  
NOE VICTOR A. B. 28 FOREIGN CREW  
JULIEN ? APT CARPENTER 20 BRITISH CREW  
LONG CONNELL ORD SEAMAN 15 BRITISH CREW  
BROWN JAMES APPRENTICE 15 BRITISH CREW  
TAYLOR WILLIAM APPRENTICE 16 BRITISH CREW  
BYRON JOHN APPRENTICE 13 BRITISH CREW  
CAMPBELL PATRICK APPRENTICE 14 BRITISH CREW  
FARRELL THOMAS APPRENTICE 16 BRITISH CREW  
QUINN MATTHEW ? APPRENTICE 14 BRITISH CREW  
JAMES BENJAMIN APPRENTICE 16 BRITISH CREW  
HEALY MICHAEL APPRENTICE 15 BRITISH CREW  
JAMES   MR     PASSENGER CABIN
SPENCER   MR     PASSENGER CABIN

 

Source: State Records Authority of New South Wales: Shipping Master's Office; Passengers Arriving 1855 - 1922; NRS13278, [X90] reel 399.   Transcribed by Gloria Sheehan, 2004.

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