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PRE 1839 - foreigners in New Zealand

Journal by ngairedith

the following names were taken form the excellent site:
PRE 1839 FOREIGNERS IN NZ where you will find a list of names of the early visiotrs, passenger lists, etc

each names below is a searchable link at the above site ...
I have included a few links of interest below

1 Lascar
3 Lascars
Abbot
Aberfield family
Acker family
Alexander Chapman
Alexander Fyffe
Alfred Brown family
Andrew ( Ben) Powers
Anglem family
Augustus Earl
Baker family - see Daniel baker below
Barnet Burns
Bedggood family
Ben Byng - a whaler arrived 1833
Benjamin Crisp
Benjamin Evans Turner
brig Venus 1806 In 1805 the brig Venus was captured by some of its passengers in Two fold Bay, Australia, and the crew sent ashore.
Benjamin Barnet Kelly-the first mate, Richard Edwards-the second mate, Joseph Redmonds- a seaman, Thomas Ford- the cabin boy, a Malay cook, John Lancashire- a convict, Catherine Hagerty, Charlotte Badger and her child, David Evans- pilot, and Richard Thompson- soldier, were on board. They sailed for the Bay of Islands.
Brind family
Butler family
Cabbage Kapiti" is the Maori pronunciation of Cabbage, which was the "name of one of the early white traders in the Arawa and Tauranga districts."
Caddell family
Cafler family
Captain Jackson Barry
Captain John Bell
Captain John Wright
Capt David Clarke
Capt Diamanti
Capt John Payne
Capt Peterson
Capt Richard Scott
Capt Robert Brown's family
Capt Salmon
Carruth family
Charles Brown
Charles Denehan
Charles E Sexey
Charles Heaphy
Charles Marshall
Charles O B Davis
C Harris family
Chase arrived 1836 from USA
Chevalier Peter Dillon
Clementson
Clendon family
Coates family
Cochrane family
Coffee arrived before 1939. He was found to be living at the Chathams when some French boats went to investigate the disappearance of the 'Jean Bart'. At the NZETC site there is an essay about the incident
Cowell family
Daniel Baker family (Raoul Island) Daniel Baker was a freed convict from Australia. After gaining his freedom he came to the Hokianga about 1835. He went on a whaling ship to Samoa, where he met Noa on Tutuila Island (now American Samoa.)
Daniel Sheridan
David Cureton
David McNish
Dr Crocome
Dr Ross family
Edward Catlin
Edward Costley
Edward Doyle
Edward Francis Harris
Edwin Palmer
England family
Espie family
Fairburn family
Farrow
Faulkner family
Ferris arrived about 1830. Ferris known locally as Wherihi, was possibly the first trader on the East Coast and made his home at Tolaga Bay before Mr Harris was there
Fink family
Flood family
Forsaith family
Francis White family
Frank Abel
Frederick E Maning
Gage family
Garrett family
Geordie Thoms aka Bolt family
George Allen
George Bruce/Druce
George F Russell family
George Green
George McFarlane
George Nimmo
George Thom family
George Young family
Gillies family
Grey family
Haberfield family
Halbert family
Hansen family
Hardiman family
Harper family
Heberley family
Hempelman family
Henry Biddell
Henry Davis Snowden
Howe
Howell family
Howland family
Jackson family
James Brown of Otago
James Davidson
James D McKay
James Field
James Honey
James McK Maclaren
James Mowry
James or Hemi
James Rickers
James Saunders (Jimmy the Needle)
James Spencer
James Stuart
Jane New aka Maria Wilkinson
Jean Morel
Jem "Jem" was the English name given to a man from Tahiti who witnessed the burning of the ship Boyd in Whangaroa Harbour.
Jock McGregor family
Joel Samuel Polack
John Alexander Wilson
John Bell family
John Besant
John Boultbee
John Hayes
John H Davis
John Hughes
John Irving
John Jones family
John Kelly-BOI
John Kelly- whaler
John Knox
John Lawson Waistcoat
John Rutherford
John Samuel Edmonds family
John Sanders
John Shearer
John Smith at Ngahauranga
John Stratford
John Sullivan
John Thompson family
John Walker
John Warren
John Williams Harris
Joseph Donaldson
Joseph Price
Joseph Rutherford
Joseph Shepherdson
Joshua Thorp
Juniper Jack
Kendall family
Kent family
Kezia Bedford
Lidiard family
Luke Wade family
Mair family
Manuel King
Marmon family
Marriner family
Martin family
Meurant family
Michael Hollenbach
Michael Russell
Mitchell family
Mrs Emma Kirk
Mrs Maria Bellingham
Mr Taylor (Whakatane)
Octavius Hadfield
Octavius Harwood
Patrick Donovan
Peter Chevatt
Peter Williams family
Philip John Aubrey
Potier family
Poynton family
Preece family
Printz family arrived 1837 from Australia
Randall family
Ranulph Dacre
Reed family (Raoul Island) arrived 1930s into Queen Charlotte SOund & Raoul Island. Captain James Reed, son of Count Maurice- Phillippe de Montboisier Beaufort, married Te Kahumahinga or Agnes, daughter of Te Pukere and Paretona originally of Urenui.
Rev Charles Baker family
Rev. George Clarke
Rev Gideon Smailes
Rev. Henry Williams family
Rev J Buller family
Rev. Joseph Matthews
Rev. Nathaniel Turner family
Rev. Richard Davis
Rev. Richard Wade family
Rev T Chapman
Rev. William Gilbert Puckey
Rev.William Williams family
Rev.W White family
R Hunt family
Richard Brown
Richard Burn
Richard Matthews
Richard Murphy
Richard Palmer
Richard Seymour
R L Ballantine
Robert Maunsell
Robinson family
Robson
Samuel Williams
Samuel Wilson
Samuel Woods
Sarah Proctor nee Edmonds
Scott
Sealers at Dusky Sound
Shaw family
Sioeli was a young Tongan convert to Christianity, who accompanied Rev. and Mrs Hobbs to Mangungu, Hokianga, when they left Tonga in 1838. He travelled on the Methodist missionary ship Triton to Kawhia in 1840, apparently intending to return to Tonga, but instead accompanied Rev. J H Bumby overland to the Waitemata Harbour
Smales family
Stephen Smith family
Stephenson family
Stockman family
Tapsell family
The Weller brothers
Thomas Brightwell
Thomas Cassidy
Thomas Chaseland
Thomas Elmsley
Thomas Hollingsworth family
Thomas Maxwell family
Thomas McLean
Thomas Scott
Thomas Styles
Tom the Thrasher Thomas Stanley, also known as Tom the Thrasher, broke his bail in Sydney in September 1822. A 4 dollar reward was offered to anyone handing him in at any of His Majesty's Gaols. It is not known whether this is the same person as in New Zealand.
Trapp/ Pratt/ Parata family
Wallis Family
Watson family
W C Symonds
William Anderson
William Anderson 2
William Boyce
William Gully
William Jenkins
William Jones
William Palmer
William Powditch
William R Edwards
William Shearer
William Stewart
William Tucker
William Wallis
William Ward
William Wood
Wilson family
Wixon family Henry Wixon was also known as 'Dutch Harry' and was an old whaler who had a Maori wife. He may have come from Lithuania
Woon family
Workman family
Young W family

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on 2011-06-09 17:47:04

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