Mariners and ships in Australian Waters

CYCLONE

OF ABERDEEN, JOSEPH HOSSACK, MASTER, BURTHEN 595 TONS
FROM THE PORT OF LIVERPOOL TO SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, 17TH JANUARY 1864

Surname Given name Station Age Of what Nation Status Comments
HOSSACK JOSEPH CAPTAIN     CREW  
MAIN ALEX MATE 30 ABERDEEN CREW  
BROOKING GEO M 2ND MATE 24 DEVON CREW  
WOODHOUSE WM CARPENTER 22 GUNSTON CREW  
GORNELL THOS BOATSWAIN 28 LIVERPOOL CREW  
MARSHALL GEO SAILMAKER 22 DUNDEE CREW  
DRANSFIELD HENRY STEWARD 39 STAFFORDSHIRE CREW  
PORTER JAMES COOK 52 TAUNTON CREW  
HILL RICHD A.B. 32 QUEENSTOWN CREW  
FOX FREDK A.B. 21 PENZANCE CREW  
JONES WM A.B. 20 ABERSYSTIVOTTE CREW  
MORRIS MICHAEL A.B. 22 DUBLIN CREW  
PEARSON FLETCHER A.B. 28 LIVERPOOL CREW  
WOODS EDWARD A.B. 21 LIVERPOOL CREW  
THOMAS JAMES O.S. 21 LIVERPOOL CREW  
RADCLIFFE HENRY A.B. 32 ISLE OF MANN CREW  
NIGHTINGALE WM A.B. 35 ISLE OF MANN CREW  
ROBERTS RICHD A.B. 25 CARNARVON CREW  
GURNSTONE CARL P R A.B. 34 COPENHAGEN CREW  
COLQUHOUN ANDREW BOY 16 ABERDEEN CREW  
MARR THOMAS APPRENTICE     CREW  
PORTER CHAS JAS APPRENTICE     CREW  
LIVINGSTON JOHN APPRENTICE     CREW  
MCACONACK DENNIS       STOWAWAY  
MOORE MARGARET       PASSENGER 3RD CLASS
MOORE CHILD       PASSENGER 3RD CLASS

 

Source: State Records Authority of New South Wales: Shipping Master's Office; Passengers Arriving 1855 - 1922; NRS13278, [X108-111] reel 412, 413.   Transcribed by Mary Kanair, 2006.

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