Mariners and ships in Australian Waters

COYA

OF LIVERPOOL, RICHARD PAIGE, MASTER, BURTHEN 515 TONS
FROM LONDON TO SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, 19 JANUARY 1864

Surname Given name Station Age Of what Nation Status Comments
PAIGE RICHARD MASTER     CREW  
PARKMAN THOMAS O MATE 25 BRITISH CREW  
PARADICE GEORGE CARPENTER 28 BRITISH CREW  
DERECK JOHN COOK 22 BRITISH CREW  
CONSTANT W A. B. 23 DARTFORD CREW  
HAMANGREW THOS A. B. 30 FOREIGN CREW  
SHABECK CHARLES A. B. 25 FOREIGN CREW  
MANDSBY JAMES A. B. 37 BRITISH CREW  
ANDERSON CHARLES O. S. 19 FOREIGN CREW  
HARDEN RICHARD O. S. 19 BLYTH CREW  
SMITH WILLIAM O. S. 19 BROADSTAIRS CREW  
COOPER WALTER BOY 15 EGYPT CREW  
COLE FREDERICK STEWARD 21 POPLAR CREW STRUCK THROUGH
PARKES JOHN A. B. 25 FOREIGN CREW  
MORRISSON WILLIAM A. B. 30 FOREIGN CREW  
PYSE THOMAS EDMD STEWARD 30 FOREIGN CREW  
PAIGE ROBERT APPRENTICE     CREW  
CARMICHAEL   MR     PASSENGER  
HUTCHINSON   MR     PASSENGER  
BIGNELL EDWIN MR     PASSENGER  
BIGNELL S. H.       PASSENGER  
FOWINESS G       PASSENGER  
ENFIELD R. G.       PASSENGER  
SCURRAH S       PASSENGER  
SCURRAH LIZZIE       PASSENGER  
STORY C. I. A.       PASSENGER  
SCURRATT E       PASSENGER  
ROMAGE MAY       PASSENGER  
CARMICHAEL   MISS     PASSENGER  
MUGGIRIDGE   MR     PASSENGER  

 

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

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