Mariners and ships in Australian Waters

AU REVOIR

OF SYDNEY F.MAZITELLO, MASTER BURTHEN 138 TONS
FROM THE PORT OF PORT MACKAY TO SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, 18 AUGUST 1879

Surname Given name Station Age Of what Nation Status Comments
MAZOTELLI FRANCIS MASTER   ITALY CREW AMENDED LIST
KOTH JOHN CHR MATE 35 NORWAY CREW Master's Surnamespelt two different ways
JOHNSTON PETER S. MATE 34 SWEDEN CREW AMENDED LIST
GOOLES HENRY A. B. 23 HAMBURG CREW AMENDED LIST
SIMMENS ANDREW A. B. 26 GERMANY CREW AMENDED LIST
LANGKER VICTOR A. B. 28 DENMARK CREW AMENDED LIST
MURATO BENNETT COOK 32 ITALY CREW AMENDED LIST
ROACH PATRICK       PASSENGER LIC 22.8.79
MASON GEORGE       PASSENGER  
HORTON WILLIAM       PASSENGER  
KOTH JOHN CHRISTIAN MATE 35 SWEDEN CREW ORIGINAL LIST
JOHNSON PETER A. B. 34 SWEDEN CREW ORIGINAL LIST
LANKER VICTOR A. B. 28 SWEDEN CREW ORIGINAL LIST
GREVILLE HENRY A. B. 23 SWEDEN CREW ORIGINAL LIST
SIMMONS ANDREW A. B. 26 SWEDEN CREW ORIGINAL LIST
MARETTI BUNELI COOK & STEWARD 32 SWEDEN CREW ORIGINAL LIST

 

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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