Mariners and ships in Australian Waters

ELVISA

 OF VALPARAISO, A CORTINA MASTER, BURTHEN 720 TONS
FROM THE PORT OF MELBOURNE TO SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, 8TH MAY 1857

Surname Given name Station Age Of what Nation Status Comments
DE CORTINA ALESANDRO MASTER     CREW  
RUIZ J M SUPERCARGO 30 PERU CREW  
LANCIRICA S 1ST MATE 32 SPAIN CREW  
ECHEVERRIA A 2ND MATE 27 SPAIN CREW  
RODRIGUEZ A BOATSWAIN 29 SPAIN CREW  
ENDLIZA J B BOATSWAINS MATE 22 SPAIN CREW  
MOREL T   20 CHILI CREW  
VIEISA A CARPENTER 35 PORTUGAL CREW  
LOPEZ A COOK 38 SPAIN CREW  
COSTA A STEWARD 30 SPAIN CREW  
PEREZ R CABIN BOY 14 CHILI CREW  
MORAZA J A SAILOR 26 CHILI CREW  
ROSALES J SAILOR 27 CHILI CREW  
MELLA M SAILOR 28 CHILI CREW  
VALENZUELA J SAILOR 25 CHILI CREW  
VARGAS D SAILOR 24 CHILI CREW  
RAMIREZ J SAILOR 32 SPAIN CREW  
HERRERA A SAILOR 30 SPAIN CREW  
SANTOS L SAILOR 35 BRAZIL CREW  
MORENO J SAILOR 33 PERU CREW  
FARIA M SAILOR 36 PORTUGAL CREW  
SILVA J SAILOR 26 PORTUGAL CREW  
FRANCISCO J SAILOR 40 MANILLA CREW  
MANCILLA Y SAILOR 22 CHILI CREW  
CONCHA T SAILOR 23 CHILI CREW  
ESPINROA F SAILOR 18 CHILI CREW  
HEIRA R SAILOR 31 SPAIN CREW  
SCHON M SAILOR 32 GERMANY CREW  
SCHRODER C P SAILOR 33 GERMANY CREW  
PETERSEN S SAILOR 31 GERMANY CREW  
ROMMER C P SAILOR 29 GERMANY CREW  
JIMENEZ M       PASSENGER  
GONZALEZ J       PASSENGER  
RINZ I M       PASSENGER  
RINZ G E A       PASSENGER  

 

Source: State Records Authority of New South Wales: Shipping Master's Office; Passengers Arriving 1855 - 1922; NRS13278, [X95-96] reel 404.   Transcribed by Sue Hinshelwood, 2005.

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