Mariners and ships in Australian Waters

CITY OF SYDNEY

OF SYDNEY, R. T. MOODIE, MASTER, BURTHEN 400 TONS
FROM THE PORT OF MELBOURNE, TO SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, MAY 31, 1857

Surname Given name Station Age Of what Nation Status Comments
MOODIE R. T. MASTER     CREW  
  37 VARIOUS   VARIOUS CREW  
BURT W. B. MR     PASSENGER GENTLEFOLK
WALKER M. MR     PASSENGER GENTLEFOLK
POSTLEWAITE   REVD     PASSENGER GENTLEFOLK
NEWTON J. R. MR     PASSENGER GENTLEFOLK
TERRY H. MR     PASSENGER GENTLEFOLK
THOMPSON JNO MR     PASSENGER GENTLEFOLK
BURT   MR     PASSENGER GENTLEFOLK
BATES A. MR     PASSENGER GENTLEFOLK
HOBSON   MR     PASSENGER GENTLEFOLK
PENNINGTON   MR     PASSENGER GENTLEFOLK
SELLOWS   MR     PASSENGER GENTLEFOLK
BRIERLEY   MR     PASSENGER GENTLEFOLK
BEATTY   MR     PASSENGER GENTLEFOLK
NELSON G. MR     PASSENGER GENTLEFOLK
COOPER   MR     PASSENGER GENTLEFOLK
MITCHELL JNO MR     PASSENGER GENTLEFOLK
JACKSON E. MR     PASSENGER GENTLEFOLK
MURRAY JAS MR     PASSENGER GENTLEFOLK
HOWARD JNO MR     PASSENGER GENTLEFOLK
PORTER E. MR     PASSENGER GENTLEFOLK
DALTON J. MR     PASSENGER GENTLEFOLK
SMITH JANE       PASSENGER GENTLEFOLK
HARRIS JAS       PASSENGER MINER
HARRIS W.       PASSENGER MINER
COLLINS W.       PASSENGER MINER
WELBY   MRS     PASSENGER MINER
WELBY CHILD       PASSENGER MINER
PETERSON P.       PASSENGER MINER
ANDERSON W.       PASSENGER MINER
LAWERS W.       PASSENGER MINER
HAWKINS S.       PASSENGER MINER
SMITH JNO       PASSENGER MINER
GRAY THOS       PASSENGER MINER
HUTCHINSON H.       PASSENGER MINER

 

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

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