Mariners and ships in Australian Waters

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BRIG OF HAMBURGH, JOHN JOACHIM FERDENAND MEYER, MASTER, BURTHEN 180 TONS
FROM THE PORT OF S. S. ISLANDS TO SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, 23RD AUGUST 1869

Surname Given name Station Age Of what Nation Status Comments
MEYER JOHN JOACHIM FERDENAND MASTER     CREW  
NEEQET WILLIAM 1ST MATE 30 HAMBURGH CREW  
HOLM MARTIN JOHN AUGUSTE 2ND MATE 30 HAMBURGH CREW  
HOCH JOHN CHRISTIAN CARPENTER 22 HAMBURGH CREW  
NAGEL HEINRICK COOK 21 HAMBURGH CREW  
VENZMER GUSTAV A. B. 28 HAMBURGH CREW  
TECKLEMBURY PETER A. B. 21 HAMBURGH CREW  
HENSEBER ALBERT ORD 20 HAMBURGH CREW  
SEYFUHRT HERONYMUS ORD 21 HAMBURGH CREW  
KAMPFFE FRANCIS BOY 17 BERLIN CREW  
REDDT   MR     PASSENGER  
REDDT   MRS     PASSENGER  
REDDT   MISS 1     PASSENGER  
REDDT   MISS 2     PASSENGER  
REDDT   MISS 3     PASSENGER  
REDDT   MISS 4     PASSENGER  
REDDT   MISS 5     PASSENGER  

 

Source: State Records Authority of New South Wales: Shipping Master's Office; Passengers Arriving 1855 - 1922; NRS13278, [X121-122] reel 422.   Transcribed by June Henderson.

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