Mariners and ships in Australian Waters

ISERBROOK

OF HAMBURGH, GEORGE LEVISON, MASTER, BURTHEN 182 TONS
FROM THE PORT OF SAMOA TO SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, 28 FEB 1874

Surname Given name Station Age Of what Nation Status Comments
LEVISON GEORGE CAPTAIN     CREW  
KESSPER WILLIAM 1ST MATE 26 GERMANY CREW  
COULY WILLIAM 2ND MATE 31 SAMOA CREW  
JOHNS THOMAS STEWARD 32 ENGLISH CREW  
RUDESI ? CARPENTER 36 AMERICA CREW  
PRESS HENRY COOK 26 GERMANY CREW  
PETERSON ? AB 20 GERMANY CREW  
THOMPSON ? AB 37 NORWEGIAN CREW  
  LINNY ? AB 25 S.S.I. CREW  
DIAMOND RICHARD AB 26 AMERICA CREW  
BORN JOHN AB 22 S.S.I. CREW  
SCANLAN CHRISTOPHER AB 18 S.S.I. CREW  
  JACOB OS 20 S.S.I. CREW  
  SAM OS 22 S.S.I. CREW  
  FALAMAN OS 24 S.S.I. CREW  
  ROUSICA OS 26 S.S.I. CREW  
  GIR OS 27 S.S.I. CREW  
  TONOWAY OS 19 S.S.I. CREW  
  LIBENIAUFA CABIN BOY 11 S.S.I. CREW  
WILLIAMS   MRS     PASSENGER  
WILLIAMS CHILD 1 BOY     PASSENGER  
WILLIAMS CHILD 2 BOY     PASSENGER  
WILLIAMS CHILD 3 GIRL     PASSENGER  
WILLIAMS CHILD 4 GIRL     PASSENGER  
WILLIAMS CHILD 5 GIRL     PASSENGER  
  TONGA       PASSENGER WILLIAMS SERVANT
  AHSAKI       PASSENGER MAN SERVANT
WILLIAMS W. MR     PASSENGER  

 

Source: State Records Authority of New South Wales: Shipping Master's Office; Passengers Arriving 1855 - 1922; SRNSW: NRS 13278, [X29-130] Reel 429.   Transcribed by Arthur Sheen, 2003.

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