Mariners and ships in Australian Waters

COLONIST

OF SYDNEY, GEORGE FRANCIS MASON, MASTER, BURTHEN 105 TONS
FROM THE PORT OF HOKITIKI TO SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, 20 JANUARY, 1866

Surname Given name Station Age Of what Nation Status Comments
    MASTER     CREW  
KELLEY GEORGE MATE 35 GREAT BRITAIN CREW  
DAY JOHN A. B. 43 GREAT BRITAIN CREW  
KILAN M COOK & STEWARD 38 GERMANY CREW  
BLOOMFIELD WILLIAM A. B. 40 GREAT BRITAIN CREW  
ROBERTS ROBERT A. B. 40 GREAT BRITAIN CREW  
RANGHIS DOMINCK A. B. 33 FRANCE CREW  
BROWN ROBERT A. B. 33 GREAT BRITAIN CREW  
HOLMES WILLIAM COOK & STEWARD 32 SWEDEN CREW  
SALLARS JOHN ASST COOK 30 INDIA CREW  
FISHER JOHN       PASSENGER  
CONNELL JAMES       PASSENGER  
FITZGERALD G       PASSENGER  
PHILLIPS A       PASSENGER  
STEWART DAVID       PASSENGER  
STEVENS WILLIAM       PASSENGER  
LAKE JOHN       PASSENGER  
SWANSTON M       PASSENGER  
DRAKE JOHN       PASSENGER  
PERKINS WM       PASSENGER  
MAHONEY J       PASSENGER  
WATSON H       PASSENGER  
KING PHILLIP       PASSENGER  
KING JOHN       PASSENGER  
ST CLAIR MATTHEW       PASSENGER  
HAWSON H       PASSENGER  
PATERSON JOHN       PASSENGER  
THOMSON JOHN       PASSENGER  

 

Source: State Records Authority of New South Wales: Shipping Master's Office; Passengers Arriving 1855 - 1922; NRS13278, [X138-139] reel 436.   Transcribed by Dennis Schinkel 2006.

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