Mariners and ships in Australian Waters

HIGHLANDER

OF HOBARTON, HUGH BOOR, MASTER, BURTHEN 196 TONS.
FROM THE PORT OF HOBARTON TO SYDNEY, 16TH JANUARY 1864.

Surname Given name Station Age Of what Nation Status Comments
BOOR HUGH MASTER     CREW  
LANGWORTHY WALTER 1ST MATE 30 BRITISH CREW  
HERLING FRANCIS 2 MATE 30 DENMARK CREW  
JUDD FREDERICH STEWARD 46 BRITISH CREW  
RAPHAEL WILLIUM A. B. 30 FRANCE CREW  
NISSEN CHARLES A. B. 25 DENMARK CREW  
HUGHES GRIFFITH A. B. 28 BRITISH CREW  
THOMPSON THOMAS A. B. 28 BRITISH CREW  
McARTHUR ROBERT O.S. 19 BRITISH CREW  
? CHARLES BOY 15 BRITISH CREW  
BRITT JAMES O.S. 18 BRITISH CREW  
JAMES RICHARD COOK 56 BRITISH CREW  
BOOR THOMAS WALTER BOY 13 BRITISH CREW  
HICKEY JAMES       PASSENGER  
WARD JAMES       PASSENGER  
LYONS C.       PASSENGER  
RALPH   MR.     PASSENGER CABIN
PETERS   MR.     PASSENGER CABIN
THOMPSON   MRS.     PASSENGER CABIN
SIVOLIG   MRS.     PASSENGER CABIN
SIVOLIG   MISS     PASSENGER CABIN
BAYARA   MR.     PASSENGER CABIN
HENNY   MR.     PASSENGER CABIN

 

Source: State Records Authority of New South Wales: Shipping Master's Office; Passengers Arriving 1855 - 1922; NRS13278, [X108-110] reel 412.   Transcribed by Glynis Cummins, 2006.

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