Mariners and ships in Australian Waters

COLONIST

OF SYDNEY, ALFRED DOUGLAS MILLAR GEACH, MASTER, BURTHEN 106 TONS
FROM THE PORT OF NEW CALEDONIA TO SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, 8TH APRIL 1869

Surname Given name Station Age Of what Nation Status Comments
GEACH ALFRED D. M. MASTER     CREW  
ROSE THOMAS COOK & STEWARD 28 ENGLAND CREW  
INGRAM PETER A. B. 30 SCOTLAND CREW  
HUMPHREYS JAMES A. B. 25 NORWAY CREW  
MASON JOSEPH A. B. 24 DUNDEE CREW  
PENFOLD R FARHER MATE 30 HASTINGS CREW  
KNOWLES H O. S. 20 KINNGBASTEN CREW  
FERBER   MRS     PASSENGER CABIN
FERBER CHILD 1       PASSENGER CABIN
FERBER CHILD 2       PASSENGER CABIN
FERBER CHILD 3       PASSENGER CABIN
CAPON   MRS     PASSENGER CABIN
CASEY   MRS     PASSENGER CABIN
WHITEHEAD   MR     PASSENGER CABIN
WHITEHEAD   MRS     PASSENGER CABIN &
2 SERVANTS
WHITEHEAD CHILD 1       PASSENGER CABIN
WHITEHEAD CHILD 2       PASSENGER CABIN
WHITEHEAD CHILD 3       PASSENGER CABIN
BROWN   MR     PASSENGER CABIN

 

Source: State Records Authority of New South Wales: Shipping Master's Office; Passengers Arriving 1855 - 1922; NRS13278, [X119-120] reel 421.   Transcribed by Barbara Cunningham.

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