Mariners and ships in Australian Waters

CHEETAH

OF WELLINGTON, D JOYCE MASTER, BURTHEN 131 TONS
FROM THE PORT OF WELLINGTON TO SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, 12 MAY 1857

Surname Given name Station Age Of what Nation Status Comments
JOYCE D MASTER     CREW  
DOEG JOHN MATE 32 BRITISH CREW  
RAWNSBY R A. B. 40 BRITISH CREW  
BRIGHTON JOHN COOK 27 BRITISH CREW  
MALCOLM W STEWARD 22 BRITISH CREW  
SINCLAIR A SEAMAN 27 BRITISH CREW  
DE LOKA LEON SEAMAN 29 GREECE CREW  
SEREDO JOHN SEAMAN 40 GREECE CREW  
O'MALLY JOHN SEAMAN 23 BRITISH CREW  
McCLERERTY COL       PASSENGER  
McCLERERTY   MRS     PASSENGER & NURSE
& SERVANT
McCLERERTY CHILD 1       PASSENGER  
McCLERERTY CHILD 2       PASSENGER  
McCLERERTY CHILD 3       PASSENGER  
McCLERERTY CHILD 4       PASSENGER  
McCLERERTY CHILD 5       PASSENGER  
BULLEN   MR     PASSENGER  
SMITH WM MR     PASSENGER  
BUSHELL   MR     PASSENGER  
JUSTIN M       PASSENGER  
MOORE J       PASSENGER  
COMBS ? J       PASSENGER  
BRANDON D       PASSENGER  
HARRINGTON T       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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