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passengers on the CHARLOTTE HARRISON - Greenock to New York 1850

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bargue "Charlotte Harrison" July 1850 passenger list


"DISTRICT OF NEW YORK - PORT OF NEW YORK"
"I, A.McIntyre do solemnly, sincerely, and truly swear that the following List or Manifest of Passengers, subscribed with my name, and now delivered by me to the Collector of the Customs for the District of New York, contains, to the best of my knowledge and belief, a just and true account of all Passengers received on board the Barque Charlotte Harrison whereof I am Master, from Greenock. So help me God. Arch'bd. McIntyre Sworn to the 16 July 1850. Sworn before me, C. P, Church (sp?).

LIST OR MANIFEST of all the Passengers taken on board the Barque Charlotte Harrison whereof A. McIntyre is Master, from Greenock burthen 540 tons."


1, George Gunn, 40, Male, Tinsmith
2, Jean Gunn, 30, Female, Wife
3, Mary Gunn, 7, F, Children
4, John Gunn, 6, M, Children
5, George Gunn, 4, M, Children
6, Edwin Gunn, 11 mo., M, Infant

7, Dougald McKerrall, 60, M, Farmer
8, Jane McKerrall, 56, F, Wife
9, Hugh McKerrall, 28, M, Farmer
10, Mary McKerrall, 24, FeeM, Spinster
11, Janet McKerrall, 17, FeM, Spinster
12, Jane McKerrall, 13, F, Children
13, Peter McKerrall, 12, M, Children
14, Edward McKerrall 10, M, Children

15, Dougald McConachie, 30, M, Farmer

16, John Ralston, 61, M, Farmer
17, Isabella Ralston, 55?, F, Wife
18, George Ralston, 24, M, Farmer
19, Mary Ralston, 20, F, Spinster
20, Isabella Ralston, 18, F, Spinster
21, Jannie Ralston, 16, F, Spinster (Parish baptism record shows "Jean" members of the family called her "Jane")
22, Ann Ralston, 11, F, Children
23, Helen Ralston, 5, F, Children

24, Daniel McMillan, 16, M, Farmer

25, Martha Ralston, 26, F, Widow
26, John Ralston, 6, M, Children
27, Mary Ralston, 4, F, Children
28, Derina Ralston, 11 mo., F, Infant

29, Colin McNaughton, 80, M, Farmer
30, Mrs. McNaughton, 60, F, Wife

31, Peter McDonald, 18, M, Farmer
32, Elizabeth McDonald, 32, F, Spinster
33, Janet McDonald, 30, F, Spinster
34, Margaret McDonald, 26 F, Spinster
35, Catherine McDonald, 22, F, Spinster

36, Arch'd. McConachie, 26, M, Farmer

37, Peter Watson, 30, M, Farmer
38, John Watson, 30, M, Farmer
39, William Watson, 26, M, Farmer
40, David Watson, 24, M, Farmer
41, Gavin Watson, 22, M, Farmer
42, Agnes Watson, 25, F, Spinster
43, Jean Watson, 20, F, Spinster
44, Isa Watson, 58, FeMale, Spinster

45, Niel McMillan, 20, M, Farmer

46, John Lochead, 20, M, Farmer

47, James Reid, 70, M, Farmer
48, Margaret Reid, 38, F, Spinster
49, Ann Reid, 32, F, Spinster
50, William Reid, 27, M, Farmer
51, Elizabeth Reid, 23, F, Spinster
52, James Reid, 40, M, Farmer
53, Martha Reid, 34, F, Wife
34, Andrew Reid, 11, M, Child
55, John Reid, 9, M, Child
56, James Reid, 7, M, Child
57, Catherine Reid, 5, F, Child

58, James McGregor, 20, M, Farmer

59, Archibald Craig, 52, M, Farmer
60, Agnes Craig, 50, F, Wife
61, Mary Craig, 13, F, Child
62, John Craig, 12, M, Child
63, William Craig, 9, M, Child

64, Arch'd. Patterson, 18, M, Farmer

65, Charles Armour, 20, M, Farmer
66, Mrs. Armour, 49, F, Wife
67, Mary Armour, 22, F, Spinster

68, John Mitchell, 7, M, Child
69, Janet Mitchell, 5, F, Child

70, John Ellis, 25, M, Officer
71, Mrs. Ellis, 25, F, Wife
72, James Ellis, 11 mo., M, Infant

73, William Ferguson, 24, M, Laborer
74, Robert Ferguson, 4, M, Child
75, John Ferguson, 2, M, Child

76, John Gorman?, 20, M, Laborer
- (This name is lined out, see total at end of list.)

77, Janet Alexander, 25, F, Spinster

78, Martha Ferguson, 6 mo., F, Infant

79, James Bowie, 56, M, Cotton Spinner

80, John Thorp?, 22, M, Cotton Spinner

81, Francis McKeich, 25, M, Farmer
82, Mrs. McKeich, 34, F, Wife

83, John Smith, 32, M, Farmer
84, Mrs. Smith, 30, F, Wife
85. Catherine Smith, 8, F, Child
86, Joseph Smith, 8, M, Child
87, Agnes Smith, 4, F, Child
88, Arch'bld. Smith, 2, M, Child
89, Mary Smith, 6 mo., F, Infant

(90 through 121 are not legible on microfilm)

122, Ann Young, 23, F, Wife
123, Eliza Young, 3, F, Child

124, James Bennett, 22, F, Spinster

125, Thomas Brown, 58, M, Weaver
126, James Brown, 22, M, Engineer
127. Mrs. Brown, 28, F, Wife
128, Mary Brown, 2, F, Child
129, Thomas Brown, 6 mo., M, Child

130, Mrs, Thomson, 20, F, -
131, Janet Thomson, 11 mo., Infant

132, Mrs. James Mann, 33, F, Wife
133, John Mann, 11 mo., m Infant

134, Elizabeth Bromnon?, 25, F, Spinster

135, Mrs. Eliz. Barclay, 50, F, Wife
136, Ellen Barclay, 15, F, Spinster

137, Christina McKenzie, 35, F, Spinster
138, Christina McKenzie, 10, F, Child

139, Peter Robertson, 24, M, Laborer
140, John Robertson, 20, M, Laborer
141, Margaret Robertson, 27, F, Spinster
142, Jane Robertson, 50, F, Wife
143, Jane Robertson, 4, F, Child

144, Alex'r. Atcheson, 28, M, Laborer
145, Mary Atcheson, 27, F, Wife
146, Alex'r. Atcheson, 5, M, Child
147, John Atcheson, 2, M, Child

148, Helen Alexander, 24, F, -

149, George Vair, 25, M, -
150, Mrs. Vair, 23, F, -
151, _____ Vair, 10 mo., M, Infant

152, George Doig, 39, M, Engineer
153, Mrs. Doig, 30, F, Wife
154, Elizabeth Doig, 11, F, Child
155, George Doig, 9, M, Child
156, John Doig, 3, M, Child
157, Isabella Doig, 1 mo., F, Child

158, Arch'd. Yorkston, 30, M, Joiner
159, Mrs. Yorkston, 29, F, Wife
160, Margaret Yorkston, 4, F, Child
161, John Yorkston, 11 mo., M, Child

162, William Lockhart, 31, M, -
163, Mrs. Lockhart, 29, F, Wife

164, Alexander Hutton, 28, M, Moulder
165, Mrs. Hutton, 27, F, Wife

166, John Turney, 38, M, Merchant
167, Marg't. Turney, 37, F, Wife
168, Rose Turney, 3, F, Child
169, John Turney, 11 mo., M, Infant

170, Peter Cairns, 31?, M, Laborer
171, Mrs. Cairns, 41?, F, Wife
172, Elizabeth Cairns, 5, F, Child
173, James Cairns, 3, M, Child

174, John Laurie, 59, M, Laborer
175, Ellen Laurie, 57, F, Wife
176, James Laurie, 27, M, Laborer
177, John Laurie, 18, M, Laborer
178, William Laurie, 18, M, Laborer

179, Charles Edbis, 26, M, Laborer
180, Mrs. Edbis, 26, F, Wife

181, Charlotte Anderson, 40, F, -

182, George Clark, 38, M, Spirit dealer
183, Mrs. Clark, 30, F, Wife
184, Sarah Clark, 10, F, Child
185, Thomas Clark, 6, M, Child
186, John Clark, 3, M, Child
187, George Clark, 7 mo., M, Infant

188, Lawrence Crane, 24, M, Brickmaker

189, John McCaw, 21, M, Laborer

190, William Wilson, 18, M, Laborer

191, George Duncan, 23, M, Laborer

192, Ann Mullen, 12, F, Child
193, Susan Mullen, 40, F, Wife

194, William Heavern, 18, M, Laborer

195, Marg't. Bradley, 18, F, Spinster
196, Sarah Bradley, 22, F, Spinster
197, Daniel Bradley, 17, M, Laborer
198, Catherine Bradley, 12, F, Child
199, George Bradley, 10, M, Child

200, Hannah Russell, 25, F, Spinster
201, Margaret Russell, 17, F, Spinster

202, John Colquohoun, 25, M, Laborer

203, James Coyle, 15, M, Laborer

204, Catherine Colquohoun, 22, F, Spinster

205, Ellen Coyle, 24, F, Spinster

206, Ellen Collins, 16, F, Spinster

207, Ellen McCafferty, 30, F, Spinster
208, John McCafferty, 5, M, Child
209, Ellen McCafferty, 2, F, Child

210, Edward McKenie, 16, M, Laborer
211, Rose McKenie 14, F, Spinster

212, Jane Hagen, 14, F, Spinster

213, Francis, Walker, 21, M, Laborer
214, Margaret Walker, 21, F, Wife
215, Rebecca Walker, 10 mo., F, Infant

216, Thos. Banon, 35, M, Gardiner

217, John Taitt, 21, M, Shepherd

218, Ann Jane Gallacher, 20, Wife
219, Hugh Gallacher, 20, M, Spinster
220, Elizabeth Gallacher, 9 mo., F, Child

221, William Corbet, 27, M, Laborer
222, Jane Corbet, 24, F, Wife

223, Thos. Wood, 18, M, Laborer

224, Hannah M Queen, 20, F, -

4 Not Shipped 76, 92, 93 + 115
____
220 in all




Description of Vessel


"The New York newspapers indicate that the bark Charlotte Harrison, Archibald McIntyre, master, arrived at New York on 13 July 1850, 35 days out of Greenock, with a cargo of pig iron and 205 passengers to J. Lee & Co.

"Concerning the vessel itself, the bark Charlotte Harrison appears in Lloyd's Register for 1844-45 through 1874-75. She was built in Quebec in 1841, and measured 115 feet 3 inches in length, 29 feet 7 inches broad, and 19 feet 9 inches in depth. Her tonnage is given as 557 (1844), 557/578 (1845-1857), and 540 (1858 onwards). She belonged to the port of Greenock 1844-1856, and to the port of Cardiff from 1857.

"Masters: 1844-1853 Archibald McIntyre, 1854-1855 Chalmers, 1856 A. Welsh, 1857-1860 Coward, 1861-1863 Griffiths, 1863-1864 J. Davies, 1864-1867 T. Morris, 1867-[1874] J. Jenkins. "Owners: 1844-1846 Turner & Co, 1847-1856 Johnston, 1857-1869 Plain & Co., 1870-[1874] Davies & Plain."Intended Voyages: 1844 Liverpool-New Orleans, 1845-1846 Liverpool-St. Thomas, 1847 Clydeside-Demerara, 1848-1852 Clydeside-New York, 1853 Liverpool-[no destination given], 1854-1855 Clydeside-New Orleans, 1856 Clydeside-North America, 1857 Cardiff-Quebec, 1858 Newport-Quebec, 1859-1867 Cardiff-Quebec, 1867-1869 Cardiff-Cape Verde Islands, 1869-1873 Cardiff-Quebec.

"The Charlotte Harrison does not appear in Lloyd's Register for 1875. She would have been 34 years old, the average life of a trans-Atlantic trader, and it is quite possible that she either sank or was dismantled. The institution most likely to have information on her ultimate fate and possibly even a picture of her (although I recommend that you not get your hopes up, as the "Charlotte Harrison" was not an important vessel) is the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London SE10 9NF, United Kingdom."

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