Mariners and ships in Australian Waters

PRINCE OF WALES

OF ABERDEEN, JAMES DONALD, MASTER, BURTHEN 582 TONS
FROM THE PORT OF LONDON TO SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, 4th JANUARY, 1855

Surname Given name Station Age Of what Nation Status Comments
DONALD JAMES MASTER     CREW  
McGREGOR JOHN MATE 30 BRITISH CREW  
DONALD ARCHIBALD 2nd MATE 25 BRITISH CREW  
COOK WILLIAM BOATSWAIN 34 BRITISH CREW  
SMITH ALEXANDER SAILMAKER 21 BRITISH CREW  
GUTHRIE ALEXANDER STEWARD 24 BRITISH CREW  
NOONAN MATTHEW COOK 28 BRITISH CREW  
RICHARDSON ALLEN SEAMAN 36 BRITISH CREW  
BOYLING FRANCIS SEAMAN 34 BRITISH CREW  
BURWARD FREDERICK SEAMAN 21 BRITISH CREW  
BRACEY GEORGE SEAMAN 22 BRITISH CREW  
BEAN WALTER SEAMAN 22 BRITISH CREW  
ROBINSON JAMES SEAMAN 22 BRITISH CREW  
RICHARDSON MATTHEW SEAMAN 25 BRITISH CREW  
DYE HENRY SEAMAN 24 BRITISH CREW  
MANCE JOSEPH SEAMAN 21 BRITISH CREW  
MAYNARD THOMAS SEAMAN 20 BRITISH CREW  
SMITH RICHARD SEAMAN 19 BRITISH CREW  
RENNIE WILLIAM SEAMAN 35 BRITISH CREW  
WILSON JAMES SEAMAN 24 BRITISH CREW  
STEWART JOHN APPRENTICE 20 BRITISH CREW  
GUTHRIE J. A. APPRENTICE 18 BRITISH CREW  
SIMPSON PETER APPRENTICE 16 BRITISH CREW  
WALKER   MRS.     PASSENGER  
LILLEY   MISS     PASSENGER  
GASS   MR.     PASSENGER  

 

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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