Mariners and ships in Australian Waters

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BRIG, OF AUCKLAND, JAMES BONELEN, MASTER, BURTHEN 236 TONS
FROM THE PORT OF AUCKLAND TO SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, 17th JANUARY, 1855

Surname Given name Station Age Of what Nation Status Comments
BONELEN JAMES MASTER     CREW  
HILL WILLIAM 1st OFFICER 26 BRITISH CREW  
McCALL JAMES 2nd OFICER 22 BRITISH CREW  
PECKHAM EDWARD STEWARD 37 BRITISH CREW  
MILES JOHN COOK 24 BRITISH CREW  
SMITH SAMUEL SEAMAN 26 BRITISH CREW  
ABBOTT JAMES SEAMAN 21 BRITISH CREW  
COUSTER JOHN SEAMAN 26 BRITISH CREW  
LUFF CHAS. SEAMAN 23 BRITISH CREW  
LESLIE CHAS. SEAMAN 26 BRITISH CREW  
DAVIS HENRY SEAMAN 26 BRITISH CREW  
FORNCOMBE WILLIAM SEAMAN 38 BRITISH CREW  
HORNE STEPHEN APPRENTICE 19 BRITISH CREW  
READING GEORGE APPRENTICE 14 BRITISH CREW  
WELLS   MR.     PASSENGER CABIN
STEWART   MRS.     PASSENGER STEERAGE
KITSON   MR.     PASSENGER STEERAGE
JUDGES   MR.     PASSENGER STEERAGE
SMITH   MR.     PASSENGER STEERAGE
EVANS   MR.     PASSENGER STEERAGE
COLOUGUHON   MR.     PASSENGER STEERAGE
MURPHY   MR.     PASSENGER STEERAGE
McLEAN   MR.     PASSENGER STEERAGE
POOLE   MR.     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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