Mariners and ships in Australian Waters

OCEAN WAVE

OF LONDON, M. LACKIE, MASTER, BURTHEN 346 TONS
FROM THE PORT OF MANILA TO SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, 2nd JANUARY, 1855

Surname Given name Station Age Of what Nation Status Comments
LACKIE M. MASTER     CREW  
REBELLCARD DENNIS CHIEF MATE 35 BRITISH CREW  
SHELLARD SYDNEY DILLON 2nd MATE 22 BRITISH CREW  
DePUTRON PETER CARPENTER 29 BRITISH CREW  
THOMSON JAMES COOK 27 BRITISH CREW  
MUNN ALFRED SEAMAN 24 BRITISH CREW  
DeLISLE JAMES H. SEAMAN 43 BRITISH CREW  
BARBER JAMES SEAMAN 26 BRITISH CREW  
ELLY MAHOMAD SERANG 35 INDIA CREW  
BONDRITE   LASCAR 40 JAVA CREW  
FLAYORE   LASCAR 26 JAVA CREW  
VEDINE   LASCAR 37 JAVA CREW  
DURAMER   LASCAR 27 SINGAPORE CREW  
FUGI   LASCAR 26 ? CREW  
DERRY   LASCAR 17 ? CREW  
ROBN   LASCAR 21 ? CREW  
FANOCAICE PARIS SEAMAN 18 MANILA CREW  
MASSRETT LORENZO SEAMAN 17 MANILA CREW  
LACROSSE MOUMO SEAMAN 18 MANILA CREW  
LEO MARCANO SEAMAN 28 MANILA CREW  
MORCOLE ANTONIO SEAMAN 28 MANILA CREW  
MARCELINA LYOS SEAMAN 19 MANILA CREW  

 

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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