Mariners and ships in Australian Waters

GOLDEN SPRING

OF SYDNEY, GEORGE KELLY, MASTER, BURTHEN 198 TONS
FROM THE PORT OF MELBOURNE TO SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, 2nd JANUARY, 1855

Surname Given name Station Age Of what Nation Status Comments
KELLY GEORGE MASTER     CREW  
NUNN WM. MATE 32 BRITISH CREW  
DAY THOMAS 2nd MATE 30 BRITISH CREW  
ENDNS ANGUS   28 BRITISH CREW  
ROBINSON JAMES   2? BRITISH CREW  
PHILLIPS JOHN   26 BRITISH CREW  
LARNERS     21 BRITISH CREW  
BELL WM.   31 BRITISH CREW  
OTTER PAUL   24 BRITISH CREW  
ANLAFER ? S   24 BRITISH CREW  
BLAIN   MR.     PASSENGER CABIN
BLAIN   MRS.     PASSENGER CABIN
PHYIOS   MRS.     PASSENGER STEERAGE
FANSTON   MR.     PASSENGER STEERAGE
HUGHES   MR.     PASSENGER STEERAGE
NAYSTERN ?         PASSENGER STEERAGE
BURNS         PASSENGER STEERAGE
MARRISH J.       PASSENGER STEERAGE
OWEN T.       PASSENGER STEERAGE
BARRY J.       PASSENGER STEERAGE
JEPH ?         PASSENGER STEERAGE
BANTON ?         PASSENGER STEERAGE
CULLON         PASSENGER STEERAGE
SAXBY         PASSENGER STEERAGE
TAILIN ?         PASSENGER STEERAGE
MURPHY J.       PASSENGER STEERAGE
MURPHY CEC.       PASSENGER STEERAGE
MURPHY THOMAS       PASSENGER STEERAGE

 

Source: State Records Authority of New South Wales: Shipping Master's Office; Passengers Arriving 1855 - 1922; NRS13278, [X93] reel 402.  Transcribed by Lyn Mulcahy, 2004.

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