Mariners and ships in Australian Waters

WATERWITCH

OF SYDNEY, J. ADDAMS, MASTER, BURTHEN 253 TONS
FROM THE PORT OF VICTORIA, N.Z. TO SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, 4th JANUARY, 1855

Surname Given name Station Age Of what Nation Status Comments
ADDAMS J. MASTER     CREW  
BRADLEY JOHN 1st MATE 37 BRITISH CREW  
MORGAN JOHN 2nd MATE 26 BRITISH CREW  
BATTER JOSEPH STEWARD 24 BRITISH CREW  
NORRIS ABRAHAM COOK 34 AMERICAN CREW  
NAHLER F. A. B. 22 FOREIGN CREW  
FARGILL FRANCIS A. B. 22 BRITISH CREW  
McDOUGAL JOHN A. B. 22 BRITISH CREW  
BROWN MALCOLM A. B. 20 BRITISH CREW  
BRIGHTFIELD JOHN A. B. 22 BRITISH CREW  
SHINDLER JAMES A. B. 22 FOREIGN CREW  
SCOTT STEPHEN A. B. 26 BRITISH CREW  
JAMES DAVID A. B. 23 BRITISH CREW  
ADDAMS   MRS.     PASSENGER CABIN
LIDEY A. MR.     PASSENGER CABIN
WILSON   MR.     PASSENGER CABIN
JOHNSTON   MISS     PASSENGER CABIN
GOTT ALEXANDER       PASSENGER STEERAGE
PERRON         PASSENGER STEERAGE
PERRON   MRS.     PASSENGER STEERAGE
CHIDEN   MR.     PASSENGER STEERAGE
BASCOWEN   MR.     PASSENGER STEERAGE
MORRISON W.       PASSENGER STOCKMAN
LOGAN J.       PASSENGER STOCKMAN
LYTTLE W.       PASSENGER STOCKMAN

 

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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