Mariners and ships in Australian Waters

LIZZIE WEBBER

OF SYDNEY, JOHN McKINLEY, MASTER, BURTHEN 214 TONS
FROM THE PORT OF LAUNCESTON TO SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, 8th JANUARY, 1855

Surname Given name Station Age Of what Nation Status Comments
McKINLEY JOHN MASTER     CREW  
NICHOLSON H MATE 29 BRITISH CREW  
FISHER W 2nd MATE 23 BRITISH CREW  
BERREFORD W. H. STEWARD 30 BRITISH CREW  
CARTER JOHN COOK 31 BRITISH CREW  
RALSTON THOS. A. B. 29 BRITISH CREW  
SAUNDERS CHAS. A. B. 30 BRITISH CREW  
HAYES JAMES A. B. 31 BRITISH CREW  
HUMPHEYS JOHN A. B. 31 BRITISH CREW  
TAYLOR WM. A. B. 24 BRITISH CREW  
PHILLIPS ISSAN A. B. 22 BRITISH CREW  
MURRAY THOS. A. B. 27 BRITISH CREW  
PILTON   MRS.     PASSENGER CABIN
MARTIN   MISS     PASSENGER CABIN
SYMONDS   MRS.     PASSENGER CABIN
SYMONDS CHILD 1 MALE     PASSENGER CABIN
SYMONDS CHILD 2 MALE     PASSENGER CABIN
MARSHALL   MRS.     PASSENGER CABIN
HUTCHISON   MR.     PASSENGER CABIN
COLLINS   MR.     PASSENGER STEERAGE
COLLINS   MRS.     PASSENGER STEERAGE
COLLINS H.       PASSENGER STEERAGE
COLLINS N.J.       PASSENGER STEERAGE
REGAN J.       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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