Mariners and ships in Australian Waters

SEA WITCH

OF BOSTON, CHARLES N. TIBBETS, MASTER, BURTHEN  1233 TONS
FROM THE PORT OF NEW YORK TO SYDNEY,  NEW SOUTH WALES,  19TH APRIL, 1889

Surname Given name Station Age Of what Nation Status Comments
TIBBETS CHARLES N. MASTER     CREW  
HOFFE E. MATE 44 SAN FRANCISCO CREW  
SHORT G.C. 2nd MATE 34 MASS. CREW  
ORKELMON T.H. CARPENTER 36 GERMANY CREW  
WOKEE G.H. STEWARD 34 CHINA CREW  
YONG AH COOK 30 CHINA CREW  
KELLY THOS. SEAMAN 30 NEW YORK CREW  
PHILLIPS J. SEAMAN 21 ENGLAND CREW  
McDONALD M. SEAMAN 31 IRELAND CREW  
STELAUNS PETER SEAMAN 45 RUSSIA CREW  
MILLIGAN T. SEAMAN 38 ENGLAND CREW  
ANDERSEN C. SEAMAN 43 NORWAY CREW  
ANDERSEN R. SEAMAN 24 SWEDEN CREW  
RUNDOLOKER Y. SEAMAN 28 SWEDEN CREW  
POPP T. SEAMAN 35 DENMARK CREW  
BENSON A. SEAMAN 40 SWEDEN CREW  
JOHNSON J. SEAMAN 23 NORWAY CREW  
JOHNS W. SEAMAN 46 ENGLAND CREW  
MAXWELL S. SEAMAN 17 SCOTLAND CREW  
MACKIE ALEX. SEAMAN 17 ENGLAND CREW  
JASPER W. SEAMAN 15 MASS. CREW  
TIBBETS   MRS.     PASSENGER  

 

Source: State Records Authority of New South Wales: Shipping Master's Office; Passengers Arriving 1855 - 1922;  NRS13278,  [X146-147] reel 441.   Transcribed by Lyn Mulcahy.

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