Mariners and ships in Australian Waters

PHOENICIAN

OF ABERDEEN, JOHN JAMSON, MASTER, BURTHEN 478 TONS
FROM THE PORT OF LONDON TO SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, 13TH APRIL, 1857

Surname Given name Station Age Of what Nation Status Comments
JAMSON JOHN CAPTAIN     CREW  
TURPIN JOSEPH MATE 28 WAPPING CREW  
LEASK ALEXR. J. 2nd MATE 22 ABERDEEN CREW  
WILLIAMSON ROBERT CARPENTER 30 ABERDEEN CREW  
NELBMAN JOHN STEWARD 24 LONDON CREW  
WARREN JOHN COOK 34 EDINBURGH CREW  
BROOM JOHN SAILMAKER 35 TOPSHAM CREW  
JORDAN FRANCIS A. B. 31 MAIDESTONE CREW  
WARREN R. A. B. 23 LIVERPOOL CREW  
HOLLAND JAMES A. B. 21 RYE CREW  
GODFREY JOHN A. B. 34 CHATHAM CREW  
POSS CHARLES A. B. 24 PRUSSIA CREW  
ESSON ALEXANDER A. B. 20 ABERDEEN CREW  
PERRET ROBERT A. A. B. 21 BRIDPORT CREW  
LEACH H. A. B. 29 CHICHESTER CREW  
DAVIS G. ORD. 15 LONDON CREW  
TUMEY THOMAS ORD. 21 IRELAND CREW  
PIFE ROBERT FRANCIS A. B. 21 NORFOLK CREW  
SPRING GEORGE APPRENTICE     CREW  
LUMSDEN GEORGE APPRENTICE     CREW  
PATTERSON HENRY APPRENTICE     CREW  
JAMSON   MRS.     PASSENGER CAPTAIN'S WIFE

 

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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