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BRIG, OF SYDNEY, THOMAS T. BROWN, MASTER, BURTHEN 139 TONS
FROM THE PORT OF HOBART TOWN TO SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, 31ST MARCH, 1857

Surname Given name Station Age Of what Nation Status Comments
BROWN THOMAS T. CAPTAIN     CREW  
PUTH ? M. 1st MATE 40 BRITISH CREW  
SMITH H. STEWARD 35 BRITISH CREW  
EVANS RICHD. SEAMAN 27 GERSEY ? CREW  
? ERNEY GEO. SEAMAN 35 BRITISH CREW  
MILLER ALFRED SEAMAN 22 AMERCICA CREW  
LEE THOS. BOY 17 BRITISH CREW  
EWING JOHN BOY 16 BRITISH CREW  
CLARK   MISS     PASSENGER CABIN
BUTLER HENRY       PASSENGER STEERAGE
BENNET WM.       PASSENGER STEERAGE
DONOVAN PAUL       PASSENGER STEERAGE
DONOVAN MARY       PASSENGER STEERAGE
WINTERBOTTOM THOS.       PASSENGER STEERAGE
WINTERBOTTOM HANNAH       PASSENGER STEERAGE
GERAN JOSH. SON     PASSENGER STEERAGE
GERAN MARY DAUGHTER     PASSENGER STEERAGE
GERAN/GARRAN PATRICK       PASSENGER STEERAGE
MULIGAN JOHN       PASSENGER STEERAGE
STAFFORD JOHN       PASSENGER STEERAGE
BROWN THOS.       PASSENGER STEERAGE

 

Source:State Records Authority of New South Wales: Shipping Master's Office; Passengers Arriving 1855 - 1922; CRS13278, [X95-96] reel 404.   Transcribed by Lyn Mulcahy, 2004.

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