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Ships of the " WAIKATO " IMMIGRATION SCHEME -NZ

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Could be of interest to descendants of these australian immigrants
to the Waikato
Ships of the Waikato Immigration Scheme

All these ships arrived at the Port of Auckland.


SHIP PORT OF DEPARTURE DATE OF DEPARTURE DATE OF ARRIVAL PASSENGER LIST

Alfred Cape Town, South Africa Sep 1864 18 Nov 1864

Bombay London, England 12 Nov 1864 18 Mar 1865

Dauntless Dublin, Ireland 30 Dec 1864 15 May 1865

Eveline Cape Town, South Africa 1864 22 Jan 1865

Ganges Queenstown, Ireland 4 Nov 1864 14 Feb 1865

Helenslee Clyde, Scotland 10 Sep 1864 23 Dec 1864

Lancashire Witch London, England 10 Feb 1865 2 Jun 1865

Maori Cape Town, South Africa 7 Nov 1864 23 Dec 1864

Matoaka London, England 23 Sep 1864 3 Jan 1865

Reihersteig Cape Town, Cape Town 20 Oct 1864 24 Dec 1864

Resolute Glasgow, Scotland 14 Mar 1865 22 Jun 1865

Steinwaerder Cape Town, Cape Town 17 Aug 1864 14 Oct 1864

Viola Glasgow, Scotland 8 Dec 1864 4 Apr 1865


Queenstown in County Cork, Ireland is now known as Cobh.

Details about the Waikato Immigration Scheme of the 1860's, can be found HERE

Till we meet again - Regards - edmondsallan

Surnames: WAIKATO
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on 2011-07-18 21:06:30

edmondsallan , from auckland .nz , has been a Family Tree Circles member since Aug 2010. is researching the following names: CLAYTON, EDMONDS.

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by edmondsallan on 2011-07-19 18:19:37

thank you ngaire edith . those passenger lists - are excellent , Dare I say it -we make a good team - ( i say this with respect and as an admirer of your work ) kind regards

by janilye on 2011-07-20 04:34:05

I always suspected you had a sense of humour Mr.Ed

by edmondsallan on 2011-07-20 16:49:30

hi Janilye - Sometimes you just got think outside the gloom or brick walls - Imagine if the three of us teamed up ????????? wow -ee !!!- I not only have sense of humour but sometimes my visions go haywire - any way thank you for your kind remarks -regards -->( ACE ) <--
P.S._my initials - fancy being born with them and having to live up to that rep all your life - ?? - Ha Ha !!

by 1bobbylee on 2011-07-20 19:30:55

Mr Ed you do have a sense of humour. I just fell out of my chair laughing. Wow-eeee!!! What a vision! ngaireedith, Janilye, and last but not least. Mr ED!!! ngaireedith, Janilye putting out those great journals with historical and genealogy significance and substance. And you the pitch man. Hooray.. and rooting them on! "ACE" When I hear those initials, It reminds me of a swashbuckling and daring World War I pilot. Shoot another one down ACE!! Make them pay!
Yipeee!

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