Mariners and ships in Australian Waters

KEILAWARRA

OF MELBOURNE J.H.SOUTH MASTER, BURTHEN 486 TONS
FROM THE PORTS OF ROCKHAMPTON, MARYBOROUGH, BRISBANE TO SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, 17 AUGUST 1879

Surname Given name Station Age Of what Nation Status Comments
SOUTH JAMES HODDER MASTER     CREW  
ANDREWS GEORGE MATE 26 BRITISH CREW  
HILTON WILLIAM 2ND MATE 35 BRITISH CREW  
ELLIOTT WILLIAM CARPENTER 29 BRITISH CREW  
CLARKE HENRY A. B. 24 BRITISH CREW  
FALK JOHN W A. B. 25 SWEDISH CREW  
SOUSEN CHARLES A. B. 24 DANISH CREW  
HYND WILLIAM A. B. 24 BRITISH CREW  
GREIG JOHN A. B. 28 BRITISH CREW  
WHITE JAMES A. B. 26 BRITISH CREW  
JEFFERIES WM A. B. 33 BRITISH CREW  
MORGAN WM A. B. 43 BRITISH CREW  
DRINKWATER G B LAMP TRIMMER 20 BRITISH CREW  
PERA JOSE BOY 17 PORTUGUESE CREW  
PEGGS HENRY 3RD MATE 26 BRITISH CREW  
SIMMONS JOHN CHIEF ENGINEER 35 BRITISH CREW  
GILCHRESS WM JAS 2ND ENGINEER 27 BRITISH CREW  
WARD HENRY DONKEYMAN & TRIMMER 24 BRITISH CREW  
TUDFORD GEORGE TRIMMER 23 BRITISH CREW  
McMILES WM FIREMAN 23 BRITISH CREW  
LYNCH R FIREMAN 23 BRITISH CREW  
PRESTON JAMES FIREMAN 22 BRITISH CREW  
STANTON W W FIREMAN 31 BRITISH CREW  
RYDER JOSEPH TRIMMER 24 BRITISH CREW  
ROBINSON MATTHEW FIREMAN 28 BRITISH CREW  
HUGHES J W CHIEF STEWARD 26 BRITISH CREW  
NEWMAN MICHAEL FORE CABIN STEWARD 24 BRITISH CREW  
FRANCIS WM 2ND COOK 31 DANISH CREW  
WOOD LUCY STEWARDESS 22 BRITISH CREW  
ALLEN EDWIN MESS ROOM STEWARD 19 BRITISH CREW  
GRINTON DAVID CHIEF COOK 35 BRITISH CREW  
HORNEY ? R H 2ND STEWARD 40 BRITISH CREW  
BEAUCHAMP C PANTRYMAN 24 BRITISH CREW  
CLARKE A MRS     PASSENGER CABIN
McDONALD   MRS     PASSENGER CABIN
WATSON   MISS     PASSENGER CABIN
NEAVES A MISS     PASSENGER CABIN
STURLEY J MR     PASSENGER CABIN
EVANS P MR     PASSENGER CABIN
JONES W MR     PASSENGER CABIN
LACHLAN JAS       PASSENGER STEERAGE
LACHLAN   WIFE     PASSENGER STEERAGE
BLUNT JAS       PASSENGER STEERAGE
BLUNT   WIFE     PASSENGER STEERAGE
BLUNT CHILD       PASSENGER STEERAGE
SMITH   MRS     PASSENGER STEERAGE
SMITH CHILD 1       PASSENGER STEERAGE
SMITH CHILD 2       PASSENGER STEERAGE
O'SULLIVAN   MISS     PASSENGER STEERAGE
COLLINS   MISS     PASSENGER STEERAGE
McNAMARA   MISS     PASSENGER STEERAGE
HUGHES HENRY       PASSENGER STEERAGE
EDWARDS GEORGE       PASSENGER STEERAGE
STRACEY JAS       PASSENGER STEERAGE
LLEWELLIN S       PASSENGER STEERAGE
LONG SAML       PASSENGER STEERAGE
MATTERSON GEORGE       PASSENGER STEERAGE
McKIRBY R       PASSENGER STEERAGE
LIC 25.8.79
BROWN DAVID       PASSENGER STEERAGE
BROWN JAS       PASSENGER STEERAGE
BURNETT JAS       PASSENGER STEERAGE
BLUNT H C       PASSENGER STEERAGE
PHILPS JAS       PASSENGER STEERAGE
TYZZEL CHAS       PASSENGER STEERAGE
BATMYERS GEORGE       PASSENGER STEERAGE
WAUGH JOHN       PASSENGER STEERAGE
THOMPSON WM       PASSENGER STEERAGE
LIC 23.9.79
LAST HENRY       PASSENGER STEERAGE
LOVERING CHAS       PASSENGER STEERAGE
MEYERS HENRY       PASSENGER STEERAGE
JAMES WM       PASSENGER STEERAGE
ROBINSON WM       PASSENGER STEERAGE
MORROW STEWART       PASSENGER STEERAGE
Appears on scans 2 and 3
Note on scan 2 -QLD LIC 3/??

 

Source: State Records Authority of New South Wales: Shipping Master's Office; Passengers Arriving 1855 - 1922; NRS13278, [X144-146] reel 440.   Transcribed by Evelyn Fountaine.

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