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passengers of the CATHERINE STEWART FORBES - Wellington 1841

Journal by ngairedith

the original list of the passengers was taken from the site
of Dennis & Peter Catherine Stewart Forbes

CATHERINE STEWART FORBES
a Ship of 457 tons
Captain: John HOBBS
Surgeon Superintendent: Joseph Abbott
Sailed 1:30pm from London, Gravesend on 5th Feb 1841
- arrived Port Nicholson (Wellington) 24th June 1841

NAME - AGE - OCCUPATION
- (some passengers have more info at the above link)

CABIN PASSENGERS

Barker, Joseph Benson - 26 - Booked to return by the same ship.

Martin, Francis Victor - 25 - Intends settling in New Zealand

STEERAGE PASSENGERS

Alexander, Elizabeth Ann - 17
Daughter Infant - Born at sea
Allen, George - 26- Boat Builder & Ships Carpenter
Jane Elizabeth (nee PAUL) - 27
Allen, - 12 - Brother of George

Amoss, George Frederick - 17 - Labourer
Amoss, Mary Ann - 19 - Dressmaker

Bell, Mary - 30 - Servant

Benge, David - 36 - (1813-1876) Agricultural Labourer
Sarah - 34 (Matilda Philadekphia 'Sarah' nee ROBERTS 1816-1879)
Elizabeth - 6 (1834-1896 married William Slater GARDNER)
Emma - 4 (1836-? married William FRANCIS & John McDIARMID )
James - 2 (1839-1941 shortly after arriving in NZ)
- David & Sarah had another 9 children in Taita and Upper Hutt

Benge, Nicholas - 38 - Agricultural Labourer (1802-1871)
- brother of David above
Jane, his wife - 37 (1803-1864)
son William - 17 - Agricultural Labourer - Died at Sea
daughter Rebecca - 15 - Sempstress (1825-?)
Son ? - 11 ??

Bennett, Thomas - 29 - Agricultural Labourer Cook on board
Mary - 25
Daughter - 5

Benson, Barker Joseph (1815-1871)
- married Hannah Emily VANDERVORD, a fellow passenger in 1841

Biddle, Benedict - 14 - Agricultural Labourer
Biddle, Edward - 22 - Agricultural Labourer
Ann - 22
Son - 6 months

Blake, Richard - 25 - Agricultural Labourer (1815-1893 died Carterton)
Elizabeth Matilda - 22 (1818-? nee CONSTABLE)
Richard - 2 (1838-1919 married Mary STEEL)

Briggs, George - 23 - Carpenter & Sawyer
Emma - 23

Brown, Henry - 28 - Agricultural Labourer

Claggit, George - 21 - Agricultural Labourer

Collins, Edward - 21 - Agricultural Labourer

Cooper, William Binion - 25 - Carpenter (1817-1900)
Sarah - 28

Cottle, Charles - 30 - Gardener (1811-1841 shortly arfter arriving in NZ)
Mary - 36 (1811-1841 shortly after arriving in NZ)
- Both Mary and her husband Charles died shortly after emigrating to New Zealand, leaving two sons aged 6 and 3 ... These boys were brought up by John and Amelia Gill
William - 3 (1835-? in Australia married Catherine Anna Maria MEE)
Charles Joseph - 2 (1838-1918 married Mary Ann GILL one of the Gill daughers. He was 23 and she was 17. They had 15 children. FOUR OF HIS children WERE TO MARRY FOUR of Robert and Elza (nee Benge) EDWARDS children)

Cracknell, John - 31
Mary Ann - 25
William - 9

Durham, Mary - 54 - Sempstress Widow - MATRON

Edwards, John - 38
Phebe - 40
John - 16
James - 15
Daughter - 12
Daughter - 9
Son - 8
Daughter - 6
Son - 4
Son - 1

Ellis, George - 30 - Agricultural Labourer
Mary Ann - 28

Fegan, Stephen - 24 - Shoemaker
Eliza Mary - 29
Elizabeth Caroline - 3 months

Fisher, William - 22 -Plasterer
Eliza - 26
Daughter - Infant - Born at Sea

Ford, Lydia - 23 - Servant
Ford, William - 33 - Agricultural Labourer
Hannah - 26

Gaskin, Matthew - 20 - Agricultural Labourer
- brother of Samuel (below)
- married His future wife, Charlotte VALLER (spelt Waller on the passenger list) arrived with her parents and 6 siblings, 4 months later on the Gertrude (as did his future second wife)
- Charlotte drowned in the Hutt River in 1852
- eight months later Matthew remarried to Susan INGS DAYSH
- Mathew died 54 years before Susan, he is buried in Plot 13 of the "Taita Cemetery

Gaskin, Samuel - 30 - Agricultural Labourer (1810-1886)
his wife Ann - 29 (Mary Ann nee HUMPHREY 1812-1900)
Daughter - 9 (Mary Ann 1834-? married Thomas BARNES)
Daughter - 7 (Elizabeth 1836-1917 married Richard PECK,)
Son - 5 (William 1836-1922 married Ellen O'LOUGHLI)
Son - 2 (Charles 1838-1904 married Mary O'LOUGLIN)

Gibson, Lewis - 24 - Agricultural Labourer

Gilbert, William - 25 - Miner
Mary - 24

Gutch, Henry James - 14 - Baker & Labourer
Gutch, Robert - 21 - Shopman

Hall, Emanuel - 30 - Plasterer
Mary - 29

Hendry, George - 23 - Gardener
Mary - 22

Herbert, George - 26 - Carpenter
Elizabeth - 25

Holder, William John - 25 - Agriculturalist

Hoseman, William - 20 - Gardener & Groom

Jackson, Andrew - 26 - Agricultural Labourer

James, Hannah - 25 - Sempstress
James, John - 30 - Agricultural Labourer
Mary Anne - 27
Joseph - 2

Jones, George - 17 - Shopman

Lane, Elizabeth - 20 - Servant

Lingard, John - 25 - Labourer (1815-1901)
Ann - 26 (1814-1891)
John - 3
Daughter Infant - Born at Sea

McPherson, James - 27 - Wright
Jane - 27 (nee ROBERTSON)
McPherson, William - 29 - Labourer
Ann - 27

Mayo, James - 27 - Slater & Plasterer
Mary, - 28
Son - Infant

Meech, William - 21 - Cabinet Maker (1820-1894)
Rebecca - 25

Mounsher, Charles - 28 - Tailor
Alicia Margaret - 24
Daughter - 9 weeks

Mudgway, Richard - 47 - Agricultural Labourer (1794-1870)
Anne - 46 (1795-1866 nee WILSON)
Louiza/Louisa - 27 (1814-1945 never married)
Edmond - 22 (1818-1865 in Upper Hutt)
Charles - 20 - Gardener (1820-1898 married Frances SUNNEX)
Stephen - 18 - Sawyer (1822-1899 married Phoebe WESTON)
Olive - 17 - Sempstress (1824-1911
- Olive married Thomas ANDERSON
- she next married Thomas BARROW
- she next married William HARRISON
Eliza - 15 - Sempstress (1827-1841 in Wellington)
Rachel Ann - 12 - Sempstress (1830-1920)
- Rachel married John Thomas WILMSHURST
William - 9 (1833-1861 married Sarah RUSSELL)

Mudgway, George - 24 - Agricultural Labourer
- son of Richard & Anne above
hs wife Betty - 18 (Elizabeth nee BUNYARD 1823-1878)

Novell, Caroline - 21 - Servant

Peck, Charles - 32 - Agricultural Labourer
Harriett - 26 (nee BENGE)
Son - 10 (George 1831-?)
Daughter - 8 (Sarah 1833-1907 married Charles STENT)

Peck, Daniel - 32 - Agricultural Labourer
his wife Elizabeth - 30 (nee GASKIN 1813-1877 in Taita)
Mary Ann - 8 (1834-1901 married Edward ELLIOTT)
Richard - 3 (1836-1903 married Elizabeth GASKIN )
Charles - 2 (1838-1901 married Anne GASKIN)
Hannah - 9 months (1840-?)
Daniel & Elizabeth had another 9 children in New Zealand

Peck Henry - 17 - Agricultural Labourer
- arrived with his 2 brothers, Charles & Daniel above

Pennels, Fanny - 18 - Servant

Pitman, John - 23 - Boot & Shoemaker
Mary - 25
Son - 1

Richardson, Edward - 19 - Agricultural Labourer

Robertson, Alexander - 23 - Shoemaker
Margaret - 20

Root, Samuel - 22 - Blacksmith
Mary Ann - 28
Daughter - Infant - Born at sea
Root, Sarah - 16 - Servant
Root, William - 17 - Blacksmith

Smith, Benjamin - 27 - Carpenter
Martha - 24
Son - 1
Son - Infant - Born at sea

Squire, Emma - 16 - Sempstress

Standen, Edward - 18 - Agricultural Labourer

Swaffer, Martha - 22 - Sempstress
Swaffer, Matilda - 19 - Sempstress
Swaffer, William - 25 - Agricultural Labourer

Symons, Charles Henry - 18 - Labourer (1823-1900)
Symons, Henry Morshead - 15 - Agriculturalist (1825-1886)
Symons, James - 37 - Farmer - Assistant to Surgeon
Jane - 36
John - 15
James - 14
Jane - 11
William - 6
Thomas Morshead - 3 (1838-1884 in Kairangi)
- Thomas married Louisa FITCHETT in 1859
- daughter of John Celdiston FITCHETT & Louisa BUDDLE

Tandy, Levi - 26 - Gardener
Mary Ann - 27
Tandy, Matilda - 17 - Servant

Taverner, James - 38 - Agricultural Labourer
Mary Ann - 22
Daughter - 12

Todd, William - 22 - Agricultural Labourer
Mary - 22

Trice, George - 23 - Agricultural Labourer
Trice, William - 23 - Carpenter
Margaret - 23

Vandervord Hannah Emily - 17 - Sempstress (1824-1884)
- Hannah married barker Joseph BENSON at St Paul's Church. He was a fellow passenger
- believed to have died in Australia

Wilmore, Joseph - 30 - Shepherd Assistant to Cook
Jane - 23
Daughter - 8 months

Wilson, George - 25 - Twine Spinner

Wonells, Daniel - 22 - Agricultural Labourer

Wood, Mary -19 - Dressmaker

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on 2011-05-13 08:37:15

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