Mariners and ships in Australian Waters

ASHBURTON

 OF SYDNEY, ROBERT COOK, MASTER, BURTHEN 541 TONS
FROM THE PORT OF OTAGO TO SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, 28TH JANUARY, 1864

Surname Given name Station Age Of what Nation Status Comments
COOK ROBERT MASTER     CREW  
TAYLOR JAS MATE 30 GREAT BRITAIN CREW  
CORDEAUX EDWARD 2ND MATE 25 GREAT BRITAIN CREW  
PAYNE WILLIAM CARPENTER 32 GREAT BRITAIN CREW  
HAMMOND HENRY STEWARD 28 GREAT BRITAIN CREW  
FONLENON MICHALEL COOK 40 AUSTRIA CREW  
MARYBUCK GEORGE A. B. 28 GREAT BRITAIN CREW  
MCCLAY EDMUND A. B. 25 GREAT BRITAIN CREW  
WILLIAMS HENRY A. B. 25 GREAT BRITAIN CREW  
NEUSTADT CHAS A. B. 26 DENMARK CREW  
MCCARTY JAMES A. B. 26 GREAT BRITAIN CREW  
BELL ROBERT A. B. 28 GREAT BRITAIN CREW  
HAUSDALE NILS A. B. 30 SWEDEN CREW  
LANGRISH WILLEM A. B. 21 GREAT BRITAIN CREW  
IOCUNER THOS A. B. 38 GREAT BRITAIN CREW  
CAVOVITCH NICHOLAS A. B. 28 AUSTRIA CREW  
SARSOVITCH PETRO A. B. 25 AUSTRIA CREW  
WILLIAMS JOHN O. S. 18 GREAT BRITAIN CREW  
ROLEWIAH CHARLEY O. S. 20 S. S. ISLANDS CREW  
COLWELL JAS STOCKMAN ? GREAT BRITAIN CREW  
WRAY THOS STOCKMAN 25 GREAT BRITAIN CREW  
SHEPHERD JOSEPH STOCKMAN 26 GREAT BRITAIN CREW  
TAYLOR GOERGE STOCKMAN 25 GREAT BRITAIN CREW  

 

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

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