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PASSENGER LIST fot the ROSE of SHARON - London to Wellington 1857

the ROSE of SHARON sailed from London on 1 October 1856
- it arrived in Wellington on 10 January 1857

the surnames of those on board were:
(not necessarily a complete list)

Cabin Passengers for Wellington
HAMMOND
LOVE
ORMOND - with 2 children

Cabin Passengers for Canterbury
BROWN
JACKSON - with 7 children
JACOB - with 1 child
FENDALL - Reverend +
HODGE - Reverend +
HURLEY
McMORRIS
PARNELL
REEVES - with 1 child
SMITH

Steerage Passengers for Wellington
BROUGH
CAPPLE
COOPER - with 7 children
CLARK - with 10 children
EMERY
JOHNSTON
KREAGH
LAWTON
MALOANEY
PAGE
REARDON
REID
STRAY
WILLIAMS - with 2 chidren

Steerage Passengers for Canterbury
ARMSTRONG
COLBY
CUNDY
EAGLESOME
McMILLAN
MILLS
POLLARD
SHEARS
WEDERAL

PASSENGER LIST of s.s. TAINUI - Otago 1886

constructing the passenger list of the s.s. TAINUI into Otago, New Zealand in 1886 by gathering names from various sources and adding them as found

If you had ancestors arrive on this steamer your help would be appreciated. They appear to have first arrived into Port Chalmers, Otago but not all disembarked there, some settling in the North Island. Not known yet which passengers disembarked where
- some added info is tentative and not yet confirmed
- names are spelt as found which may not be correct as you know them

some names from the ss TAINUI PASSENGER LIST - 14 September 1886

s.s. TAINUI 5200 tons, Barlow, R.N.R., left Plymouth, England August 14, via Teneriffe, she called at Madiera on Aug 17, Capetown on Sept 3 and Hobart. - B. and N.Z.M. and A. Co., agents. The pasage occupied 43 days 1 hour and though uneventful was very enjoyable to all

Passengers per s.s. Tainui, booked up till July 30, 1886; steamer left Plymouth on August 14:-
1st SALOON
Mr ARTHUR
Miss BAIRD
Mr CARNEGIE
Mr G. H. C. CLIFFORD and child (3)
- George Hugh Charles Clifford (1848-1930)
G. COPPIN and family
- miss COPPIN
- miss COPPIN
- miss COPPIN
Miss CUTTEN
Mr DENDUGH/DENDUYTS
Mr and Mrs FRANKLIN/FRANKLYN and family
Mr GRIERSON
Mr HANCOCK
Mr HOPPEN
Mr and Mrs HORSFALL
Mr KENNUESKY
Mr LAMB
Rev Mr J. LEIGHTON
- the Rev Mr Leighton, the new Incumbent of Christ Church, appears to have first arrived in NZ in May 1874 by the s.s. Alhambra. He spent most of his time in Nelson but lectured and preached all over NZ. In Nov 1888 this ad appeared in the Nelson paper the 'Colonist' - FOR SALE, Town section 507, fronting Bronti street and Brook street Stream, with Dwelling House and good Orchard, formerly in occupation of Rev Mr Leighton. Price 850 (2012 equivalent of $167,000). There was a Mrs Leighton
R. McKINNON and family
- miss McKINNON
- miss McKINNON
Mr and Mrs McLEAN
Mr and Mrs MOON and family (2)
Mr and Mrs MOORE and family
Mr and Mrs NEAVE and family
- miss NEAVE
- miss NEAVE
Mr and Mrs PATTERSON
Mr RANKIN
Mr and Mrs ROSS
Mr and Mrs SAVAGE and family
- miss SAVAGE
Mr and Mrs W. SHENNAN or SHEANAN or SHERMON see notes
Hon H. SPENSLEY
- the Hon H. Spensley was a Barrister. He was in NZ by at least 1872 and frequently travelled overseas and back
Mr and Mrs R. STEEMAN/SLEEMAN and family (3)
Mr THAIN
Mr TURNER
J. TWENER
Mr and Mrs TWOMEY
- on 3 Aprl 1890 Mr & Mrs Twomey were on board the ss Tainui from Lyttelton to London via Rio de Janeiro. They were:- Mr and Mrs Daniel Twomey, miss Ethel Twomey and masters Francis and Daniel Twomey and nurse


2nd SALOON
Mr ASQUITH
Mr BARCLAY
Mr BLACKER
Miss BROWN
Mrs BOWLING and family
Mr BROCK
Miss BURNBY
Mr CAVE
Rev J. and Mrs CLUNES and family
Mr and Mrs DIXON
Mr FINDLAY
Mrs FINDLAY
Mr and Mrs FREEMAN and family
Mr A. GOOLD
Mr and Mrs GOULD and family
Mrs GUEST
Mr HADLEY
Mr and Mrs HUTT
Mr and Mrs IRVINE
Mr and Mrs JEFFRIES
Mr LIBERTY
Mr G. LINTON
Mr and Miss McCREADY
Miss McKIE
Mr McLEAN
Miss MILLS
Mrs P. MILLS
Mr and Mrs ROBERTS
Mr ROBERTS
Mr SHEPHERD
Mr TRAVINER
Mr TRODE
Miss TRODE
Mr J. WATSON
Mr WIGMORE


and 150 3rd class ???
Mr and Mrs J. BARNES
Mr and Mrs J. BARNES jnr
Mr and Mrs BISHOPRICK
- Charles & Maria Bishoprick. He was the headmaster of the Te Puke District High School for 26 years
Mr F. BRADSHAW
Mr F. CORNER
Mr A. CRAMP
Mr and Mrs C. CURRIE
- master A. CURRIE
- master F. CURRIE
- master G. CURRIE
- master R. CURRIE
- miss A. CURRIE
Mr R. FERGUSON
Mr and Mrs T. GIBBS
- master T. GIBBS
- miss A. GIBBS
- miss E. GIBBS
- miss N. GIBBS
Mr W. GRAHAM
Mr D. JACKSON (possibly 2)
Mr and Mrs N. JANSEN
- master E. JANSEN
- master M. JANSEN
- master M. JANSEN
Mr and Mrs A. KNOX
- master A. KNOX
- miss E. KNOX
- miss H. KNOX
- miss J. KNOX
- miss J. KNOX
Mr D. McKINNON
Mr J. MEENAN
Mr G. NETTLESHIP
- George Nettleship (1864-1938)
Mr M. PAULSEN
Mr O. PAULSEN
- Ole Paulsen (1858-1926) was a Crewman on the 'Dream' in 1888 when it capsized in Lyttelton Harbour, near Little Port Cooper. Peter Hegland and Peter Anderson were also crewmen, the latter was drowned
Mr P. PAULSEN
- Paul Paulsen (1866-1931)
Mr T. SMITH
Mr G. STANFORD



NOTES
the passengers on board the 'Tainui' on it's way to New Zealnd, who disembarked (in May 1886), at Brisbane, Hobart, Melbourne, Sydney

1st SALOON
Mr E. BIRD - for Sydney
Mr C. CAMERON - for Sydney
Mr G. H. CORBETT - from the Cape for Sydney
Mr R. CORBETT - from the Cape for Sydney
Mrs J. H. CORBETT - from the Cape for Sydney
Miss M. D. CORBETT - from the Cape for Sydney
Mr and Mrs FYNN, family and nurses (6) - for Hobart
Mr G. T. HUTCHINSON - from the Cape for Hobart
Mr and Mrs E. KING and 2 children - from the Cape for Hobart
Mr and Mrs J. McDONALD - for Sydney


2nd SALOON
Mr and Mrs HOLMWARD, family and nurse, Miss SMITH (10) - for Hobart
Rev and Mrs W. MARTIN - for Hobart
Mr R. MUNROE - for Sydney


3rd SALOON
Mr and Mrs ALEXANDER and child - for Sydney
H. BARNICOAT and family (5) - for Hobart
Mr H. BITSON and wife - for Hobart
Mr W. BONAS - for Hobart
Mr E. BRYANT - for Melbourne
Miss Ellen CALLINAN - for Melbourne
Mr CLEMENT - for Hobart
Mr W. DARBY - for Melbourne
Mr H. EDWARDS - for Sydney
Mr and Mrs H. FERGUSON - from the Cape for Brisbane
Mr FRANK and family (7) - from the Cape for Sydney
Mrs Jno GIBSON - from the Cape for Hobart (also listed for Sydney)
Miss Annie GIBSON - from the Cape for Sydney
Miss Jessie GIBSON - from the Cape for Sydney
Miss Maggie GIBSON - from the Cape for Sydney
Miss Mary GIBSON - from the Cape for Sydney
Miss Nellie GIBSON - from the Cape for Sydney
Mr Thomas GIBSON - from the Cape for Sydney
Mr J. C. HARRISON - for Melbourne
Mr R. JACKSON - for Hobart
Miss Edith LUMICK - from the Cape for Hobart
Mr L. LUMLEY - for Melbourne
Mr H. J. MANSFIELD - for Melbourne
Mrs A. McDOUGALL and 4 children - from the Cape for Sydney
Mrs P. NULTY - for Melbourne
Mr PEECH - for Hobart
Dr and Mrs PEMBERTON - from the Cape for Sydney
Mr R. PRINGLE - for Hobart
Mr W. PRINGLE (travelling together)
Mr and Mrs REA - for Sydney
Mr and Mrs RICE and son - for Melbourne
Mr R. ROBINSON - for SYdney
Mr O. SAYER - for Melbourne
Mrs T. SPALDING - from the Cape for Hobart
Mr H. THOMAS - - from the Cape for Sydney
Mrs Henry TOMPKINS - from the Cape for Hobart
Mrs WALKER and family (4) - for Melbourne
Mr H. WARD - for Melbourne

4 comment(s), latest 2 years, 9 months ago

PASSENGER LIST of Albertlanders on the WILLIAM MILES 1862

On 29 May 1862 the HANOVER left the East India Docks on May 29, the Downs on June 3 and took her departure from Start Point on June 4, passage of 106 days from the DownsIt brought out 336 passengers for Albertland
- there is a PASSENGER LIST at the above link

On the 2 June 1862 the MATILDA WATTENBACH left Gravesend for Auckland.
It brought 352 passengers for Albertland
- There were 2 births and 5 deaths
- the PASSENGER LIST for the Matilda Wattenbach

On 29 July 1862 the WILLIAM MILES left Gravesenf for Auckalnd
It broughtout 322 pasengers
- the PASSENGER LIST for the William Miles

The passengers would become known as the Albertlanders

.. at 10 o'clock the company began to assemble ...

Taken from the New Zealand Examiner, 6 September 1862
- The emigration of 1,000 nonconformists to Albert Land, New Zealand

.. On the 28th of May, the London Docks presented a scene of an interesting and unusal description.
As early as ten o'clock in the morning an immense concourse of people assembled to witness the departure of two vessels, laden with emigrants, for the new colony of Albert Land, New Zealand. These emigrants are principally composed of members of the various nonconformist bodies, but include some persons who belong to the Church of England.

Availing themselves of the liberal offer of the New Zealand Government to grant forty acres of land to every emigrant paying his passage to the colony, with a proportionate grant in addition for each member of his family, Mr W. R. Brame and a number of friends have organised an enigration on a scale quite unprecedented.
In a comparatively brief period over a thousand persons have been duly registered, in spite of the numbers whose proposals have been declined, because for divers reasons they were deemed unsuitable. Only such persons were selected as possessed a certain amount of capital, or were proficient in some valuable mechanical avocation, or were in other points calculated to prove profitable to the new colony.
Should the pioneers report favourably, we may expect their new settlement to become highly popular.

The Colony of Albert Land, to which they proceed, is situate on the banks of a beautiful river named the Ornawharo, fifty or sixty mles from Auckland, a district of the fertility of which the most encouraging reports are given by competent authorities

The MATILDA WATTENBACH, a British-built clipper-ship of 1,000 tons, belonging to Messrs Wattenbachm Heilgers, and Co., of Mincingland; and the HANOVER, a ship of the same class and tonnage, and owned by George Marshall and Co., were specially selected from Messrs Shaw and Savill's well-known passenger line of packets, and will be followed by the WILLIAM MILES, 1,250 tons, on the 10th July.

On board the 'Matilda Wattenbach' there were about 350 passengers, including the Rev. S. Edgar, Mr W. R. Brame, the originator of the movement and the committee of management for "the new settlement"

On board the 'Hanover' there were about 280 passengers.

The IDA ZIEGLER also belonging to Messrs Wattenbach, heilgers and C., follows the 'William Miles' in the course of July. She made, last year, the fastest passage on record from London to Auckland, namely, eighty-five days.
The 'Matila Wattenbach' was formerly in the Calcutta line, and made the fastest passages on record, namely, outward 79 days, and homewards 86 days.

At ten o'clock the company began to assemble in a spacious booth erected for the purpose within the dock premises, where a public "farewell demonstration" was held, under the presidency of Mr Harper Twelvetrees. Some 15,000 persons were in attendance, and the Chairman and others having addressed them, the emigrants went on board. Salutes were fired, and the vessels were taken in tow by powerful steam-tugs amidst deafening applause from the immense multitude assembled to bid their friends farewell

From the Daily Southern Cross 15 Nov 1862:
Hesitation of the Immigrants from the "William Miles"

___________________________________________________________________
.. this journal is to help Kathy, and 2 other queries, with the passengers of the William Miles (the passenger list was difficult to find until fairly recently and then, if you read it, it does not show who is connected to who, parents & children etc)

If you can help put the passengers into family groups we will add them below for future reference for everyone 'out there' searching

Thanks to Kathy we know the Taylors below are one family grouup from the William Miles. There were a number of other Taylors on board but so far we have not connected them to John & Jane Taylor

Is this your family too? - can you add more please ...

Click the above links to find the other passengers and to read how it was for them on their emigration to the new land ...

FAMILY RESEARCH
- please leave comments and any info below

James & Jane Tayor were on the 'William Miles'
their children (aged from 22 to 3 years old):

1841 - 1894 Henrietta Charlotte Hagne Taylor - aged 22
- married John Henry SMITH in 1870

? - 1895 Frank Gorringe Taylor
- Frank died aged 43 which makes a birth year of 1852 ??

? - ? Richard Taylor

? - ? Eveland Taylor

? - ? Mary Ann Taylor

? - ? Stephen Taylor

1852 - 1932 Charles Poune Taylor - aged 10
- married Georgina SCANDRETT

? - ? Emily Jane Taylor

? - ? Arthur Taylor

? - ? Sydney T. 'James' Taylor
____________________________________________________________________

1 comment(s), latest 5 years, 7 months ago

Passenger list of ships to BLUFF, New Zealand - pre 1900

Found a site that has a list of all the ships that sailed into BLUFF New Zealand which is the southern-most town in New Zealand and was one of the earliest areas of New Zealand where a European presence became established.

The first ship known to have entered the harbour was the Perseverance in 1813, in search of flax trading possibilities, with the first European settlers arriving in 1823/1824.
This is the foundation for the claim that this makes Bluff the oldest permanent European settlement in the country.

This list is of ships arriving from 1862 and more are being added as found. Perhaps you can help them with the list

It also has lots of other info (on board diaries etc) and photos:

PASSENGER SHIPS AT BLUFF BEFORE 1900

The ships on site at this time are:
The STORM CLOUD 1862 * (passenger list)

The FLYING MIST 1862, Ship.

The NEW GREAT BRITIAN 1862, Ship.* (passenger list)

The ROBERT HENDERSON 1862 * (picture)
(link to passenger list is broken)
the Ship-board Diary of Thomas Reid who sailed

The SIR GEORGE POLLOCK 1863 * (passenger list)

The GRASSMERE 1863 * (passenger list)

The HARWOOD 1863 * (passenger list)

The HELENSLEE 1863 * (passenger list)

The ROBERT HENDERSON 1863 (2nd Trip) * (passenger list) (picture)

The SIR WILLIAM EYRE 1863 * (passenger list)

The EDWARD THORNHILL 1864 * (passenger list)

The SEVILLA 1864 * (passenger list)

The ARIMA 1864

The DONNA ANITA 1864

The PETER DENNY 1874 * (passenger list)

The WILLIAM DAVIE 1874 * (picture)

The ADAMANT 1875 * (passenger list)

The CHRISTIAN McCAUSLAND 1875 * (2 x picture's) + (passenger list)

The PETER DENNY 1875* (picture)+ (passenger list)

The TIMARU 1875 * (picture)

The WHITE ROSE 1875 * (interesting)

The WAITARA 1875 * (picture)

The POMONA 1876 * (Passenger List)

The MARLBOROUGH 1877* (passenger list)

The MATAURA 1877 * (2 x pictures)

The OAMARU 1878 * (passenger list) + (picture)

The WESTERN MONARCH 1879 * (passenger list)

The MARLBOROUGH 1880 * (passenger list)

The TARARUA 1881 * (picture) + (passenger list)(Wrecked at Waipapa Point)

The HELEN DENNY 1881 * (picture)

The ARAWA 1884 * (passenger list)

The ALCESTIS 1885 * (picture)

The RAKAIA 1886 * (picture)

The HALCIONE 1886 * (picture)

The RANGITIKI 1886

The LAIRA 1887 * (picture)

The SOUKAR 1887 * (picture)

The PLEIADES 1893 * (picture)

The ASTERION 1896 * (picture)

The CRUSADER 1896 * (picture)

The NELSON 1896 * (picture)

The WAITANGI1897 * (picture)

The ZEALANDIA 1897 * (picture)

The WESTLAND 1900 *

6 comment(s), latest 2 years, 9 months ago

PASSENGER LISTS - to Western Australia 1829 - 1854

the Passenger Lists of some of the ships arriving in Western Australia between 1829 & 1854


the Warrior,
London to Western Australia 1830
Passenger list and passenger biographies

the Ganges,
London to Western Australia 1841
Passenger list and passenger biographies

the Scindian,
England to Western Australia, 1850
200 passengers and 75 male convicts

the Mermaid,
England to Western Australia, 1850
91 passengers and 208 convicts

the Pyrenees,
England to Western Australia, 1851
96 passengers and 293 convicts

the Minden,
England to Western Australia, 1851
115 passengers and 301 convicts

the Phoebe Dunbar,
England to Western Australia, 1853
93 passengers and 286 convicts

the Dudbrook,
England to Western Australia, 1853
103 passengers and 228 convicts

the Sea Park,
England to Western Australia, 1854
180 passengers and 304 convicts

Passenger List of the Ramillies,
England to Western Australia, 1854
94 passengers and 277 convicts

the Marion,
England to Western Australia, 1852
30 passengers and 279 convicts

the William Jardine,
England to Western Australia, 1852
102 passengers and 212 convicts

the Pyrenees,
England to Western Australia, 1853
94 passengers and 293 convicts

the Robert Small,
England to Western Australia, 1853
99 passengers and 300 convicts

the Stag,
England to Western Australia, 1855
89 passengers and 255 convicts

the Success,
London to Western Australia 1842-1843
Passenger list and passenger biographies

the Simon Taylor,
London to Western Australia 1842
Passenger list and passenger biographies

passengers ANDROMACHE arriving Melbourne 25-12-1851

I would like the passenger list for the ANDROMACHE which left Devon (my passenger embarked at Devonport), arrived Melbourne on Christmas Day 1851
This may have been a stop off before going on to South Australia.

some arrivals of The ANDROMACHE in Australia:
31 October 1837
.. ....... 1838
31 January 1839
24 June 1840
13 February 1842
8 November 1848
25 December 1849
17 December 1850
25 December 1851


big thanks to tonkin for supplying the passenger list:
unfortunately, it is the list of Dec 1850

from the SOUTH AUSTRALIAN REGISTER Tuesday, December 17 1850
The barque Andromache, 465 tons, Passmore, master, from London 4th September, and Plymouth 11th September.

I will add his list here for researchers looking for that year

Ship "Andromache"
Captain M. PASSMORE
From London 4 September 1850 via Plymouth 11 September 1850.
Arrived Port Adelaide, South Australia 17 December 1850, then to Port Phillip.

Cabin Passengers
A BECKETT with wife and family.
Mr & Mrs WAINWRIGHT.
Mrs. WAYGOOD.
Miss YORKNEY.

Steerage Passengers
ACOURT, Elizabeth
ACOURT, Jacob
ACOURT, W C S
ANDREWS, J.
ASHWIN, Alfred
ASHWIN, Edward
BARKER, E. and wife
BRADSFORD, Richard, wife and family
BROCKLEY, Frederick, wife and family
BROWNS, S.
BROWN, Samuel, wife and family
BROWNE, A, wife and child
CLARENBULD, W, and wife
DRAPER, Anna
EATHEN, R.
ELLIOTT, James
ELLIOTT, Joseph
FARLEY, Leonora
FITZMAURICE, Henry and two children
FOUCE, W.
FREEMAN, J, wife and family
GREEN, J.
HAGG, Charles and Mary
HAMLIN, Mary
HARVEY, B, and wife
HEALING, George and wife
HEMMINGWAY, Richard
HILL, William
KING, Alfred
LINDLOW, A.
LITCHFIELD, F, wife and family
MATTHEWS, Edwin, wife and family
MOODY, Francis and wife
MORRIS, J. S.
NETHERWOOD, J and C.
NEW, J.
PASSELL, Henry, wife and family
PHILLIPS, Joseph
RICE, S, wife and family
RODD, Emma
SARSON. Richard
SEPELL, Richard, wife and family
SNELLGROVE, William
TABOR, John
TAYLOR, J, wife and child
THOMPSON, H.
WELLER, John and wife
WHEELER, S and wife
WHITTAKER, W.
WILSON, Henry, wife and family
WRIGHT, James

5 comment(s), latest 3 years, 5 months ago

PASSENGERS of Sir ROBERT SALE County Cork - Auckland 1847

the original list was taken from Sir Robert Sale from the website of
Irish Heritage & Genealogy by John Grenham

The Sir Robert Sale carried the 3rd Detachment under the command of Captain Alexander Macdonald. It sailed from County Cork on 4 July 1947 arriving in Auckland 11 October 1847

.. this is the men, where they were from and their regiment
... more information like wife, children etc can be seen by visiting the link above

ANDERSON John
- born Limerick
- Private 96th Regiment

BOYLE Thomas Klinean
- born Tipperary
- Private 95th Regiment

BRYAN John Henne
- born Waterford
- Private 55th Regiment

BRYAN Patrick Athy
- born County Kildare
- Private 30th Regiment

BUTLER William Kirkallen
- born County Kildare
- Private 20th Regiment

CAMPBEL John
- Private 39th Regiment

CARTY/CARTHY John
- Private 23nd Regiment

CASEY John
- Private 95th Regiment

CASEY Thomas
- Private 31th Regiment

CHILDERHOUSE Thomas
- Private 86th Regiment

CROSS Nicholas Kildavan
- born County Carlow
- Private 59th Regiment

COFFEY/COSSEY Denis
- Private 30th Regiment

COLEMAN/THOMPSON William Kinsale
- born County Cork
- Private 26th Regiment

CONSON/CONDRON Laurence Waterford
- Private 60th Regiment

CONWAY Francis
- born St Johns Kilkenny
- Drummer 88th Regiment

DEMPSEY William Kildavan
- born County Carlow
- Private 98th Regiment

DOYNE John
- born County Wexford
- Private 86th Regiment

DUNBAR William
- born Paisley Renfrew
- Private 29th Regiment

DUNN James
- born Dublin?
- Private 58th Regiment

DWYER Thomas
- born Dublin
- Private 34th Regiment

EUSTACE Richard
- born Kilcullen County Clare
- Private 86th Regiment

EVERS Patrick
- Private Newfoundland Veteran

FAGAN John
- Private 20th Regiment

FINDLAY/FINLAY Matthew
- born Kilkenny
- Private 57th Regiment

FINLAY/FINDLAY John
- born Dublin
- Private 14th Regiment

FITZGERALD John
- Private 50th Regiment

GAMBLE Thomas
- born County Kildare
- Private 65th Regiment

GARRETT Thomas
- born Warminster Wiltshire
- Private 95th Regiment

GAVIN James
- born County Wicklow
- Private 94th Regiment

GAVIN/GARIN Thomas
- Private 55th Regiment

GENTLES Thomas
- Private Royal Artillery
- related to John Childerhouse

Glenn Thomas
- born Dumfermline County Fife
- Private 51st Regiment

GOSS Michael
- born Ballinakiel
- Private 49th Regiment

GRIMES John
- Private 21st Regiment

KEATING James
- Private 84th Regiment

KELLY Thomas
- Private 39th Regiment

KILFOYLE/KELFOIL Michael
- Private 69th Regiment

KING John Private 31st Reg.
Maryanne

KNOX Thomas
- born Killeshandra County Cavan
- Private 81st Regiment

LOCKINGTON Michael
- Private 15th Regiment

LYNCH James
- Private 59th Regiment

MacKEN/MacKEY Denis
- Private 54th Regiment

McINNES Lachlan Strath
- born Isle of Skye
- Private 75th Regiment

MacKEY/MacKEN Daniel
- Private 84th Regiment

MAHER/MEAGER Thomas Loughrea
- born Tipperary
- Private 82nd Regiment

MEDSTONE Samuel
- Private 51st Regiment

MURPHY Michael
- born Ardagh, County Cork
- Private 98th Regiment

NORTON John (widower)
- Private 18th Regiment

O'BEIRNE/O'BYRNE Patrick
- Private 55th Regiment

O'DONNELL Patrick
- born Limerick
- Private 86th Regiment

O'HARA Bryan
- born Dunlea County Wicklow
- Private 31st Regiment

PENTLAND William
- born Dublin
- Private 49th Regiment

QUEENAN/QUEENIN Francis
- born Sligo
- Private 37th Regiment

QUIGLEY John
- Private 31st Regiment

Roach John
- born Dunarea, County Cork
- Private 95th Regiment

ROBINSON Joseph
- born Limerick
- Private 2nd Regiment

SHEA Timothy
- born Kilkenny
- Private 98th Regiment

SHERRY John
- born Heakin, Nottingham
- Private 10th Regiment

SMITH James
- born Cork
- Private 75th Regiment

SYMS Joseph Wells
- Private 2nd Regiment


THOMPSON James
- born Mills Lane, Kings County
- Private 19th Regiment

TUITE Michael
- Private 64th Regiment

WALSH Patrick Duncran
- born Galway
- Private 57th Regiment

WATSON Charles
- Private 75th Regiment

WINEPRESS James
- born Mountmellick Queens
- Private 19th Regiment

passengers of the "HYDASPES" - Port Chalmers, Dunedin 19 Sep 1872

I have written this journal because I found a number of other passengers were on the HYDASPES into Port Chamers other than those on the site HYDASPES 1872


the following list is from the above link
* indicates my additions from Tuapeka Times, (PapersPast) 28 Sep 1872
Spelling is as found


HYDASPES
Ship: 2023 tons
Captain: Babot
Surgeon Superintendent: Dr Cotterill
Sailed London June 23rd 1872 - arrived Dunedin September 19th 1872


... The ship Hydaspes, the largest vessel that has been in our Port for years, was towed up to a discharging berth on the 21st. She is commanded by Captain E. S. Babot, who was captain of the Water Nymph when she was wrecked at Oamaru in 1868.
The Hydaspes left Gravesend on June 23rd, and at noon of the 24th parted with the pilot of the Owers; worked down channel with fresh westerly wind, and on June 27th took her departure from Ushant.
* The north-east trades were met with in 29 deg. north, very light, and were lost 14 deg. north;
* the south-east trades were met in 5 deg. north, fresh breeze;
* the equator was crossed on the 29th July in 29 deg. west;
* on the 21st August passed the meridian of the Cape of Good Hope in 39 deg. 30 min south;
* the easting was run down between the parrallels of 42 deg. and 45 deg. south, with fresh winds; no ice was seen;
* the Snares were not sighted, but passed at 2pm on the 17th September, with thick weather;
* at 6am, on the 18th sighted Brother's Point, from there calms and light winds;
* at noon, on the 18th, off Cook's Head;
* 20th, pilot came on board at 7am.

* On the 31t August, Mrs M. RAMSAY was confined of a female child;
* at 7.30am, Beasey (Bessy) COFFEY died of rapid consumption

The Hydaspes reports having spoken to the following vessels:-
10th July, ship "City of Cashmere", Glasgow to Bombay
10th July, ship "Lightning", Lendon to Calcutta
18th July, Dutch barque "Else", Natal to London
18th July, "True Briton", London to Melbourne
18th July, Danish barque "Anna Maria", Monte Video to Falmouth
18th July, Norwegian barque "Velocity," Akyab to Falmouth
20th July, American ship "James Drake", bound North
20th July, barque "Lady Bird", from Conception to Cork. 97 days out, jury-rigged
24th July, ship "Carrick Castle", Glasgow to California
11th August, Dutch brque "Jonge Jan", bound South
11th August, "Mary Ann Wilson", Adelaide to London
20th August, ship "Tivertoe", London to Bombay, 67 days out


Saloon Passengers
Bing, Mr

Butler, Mr
Butler, Mrs

Chambers, Mr D

Coterill, Doctor Surgeon on board
- newspaper has COTTERALL
Coterill, Mr E
Coterill, Mr J

Downey, Miss

Horner, Reverend W
Horner, Mrs

Money, Mr
Money, Mrs

Pearpoint, Mr
- newspaper has PIERPOINT

Robb, David - Purser

Taylor, Miss

Winthrop, Mr

Assisted Immigrants
... Families & Children
Brandford, Thomas 45 Worcestershire Labourer
Brandford, Martha 41
Brandford, Thomas George 14 T/F to single men
Brandford, Albert 9
Brandford, Walter Henry 7

Brown, Robert 28 Aberdeen Gardiner
Brown, Mary 29
Brown, William 3
Brown, Donald 18 months

Christmas, William 30 Surrey Miller
Christmas, Ann 30
Christmas, Annie 6
Christmas, William 4
Christmas, John E 2
Christmas, James 10 months

* Darbyson, William

Fottrell, (Frottrell) John 25 Dublin Labourer
Fottrell, Mary 27
Fottrell, Christopher 2
Fottrell, John Infant
- newspaper has FOTTERALL

Fraser, William 32 Inverness Labourer
Fraser, Catherine 30

Gillespie, George 22 Caithness Shepherd
Gillespie, Christine 22

* Gillsepie, John
* Gillespie, Mrs, wife of John

Glaister, William 50 Roxburgh Smith
Glaister, Janet 45
Glaister, Robert 26 - transferred to single men
Glaister, Margaret 20 - transferred to single women
Glaister, William 18 - transferred to single men
Glaister, Barbara 14 - tansferred to single women
Glaister, John 12 - transferred to single men
Glaister, Edward 9
Glaister, Thomas 6

Hale, James 39 Staffordshire Mechanic
Hale, Lucy 36
Hale, Henry 16 Staffordshire - transferred to single men
Hale, Eleanor 14 Staffordshire - transferred to single women
Hale, Charles 13 Staffordshire - transferred to single men
Hale, Frederick 7
Hale, Thomas 4
- newspaper has HALL

Green ,William 18 Staffordshire - transferred to single men
- Travelled with Hale

Henderson, John 21 Caithness Farm Servant
Henderson, Christine 22

Hook, Emanuel 45 Devonshire Mason
Hook, Catherine Jones 33
- newspaper has EDWARD Hook

* Johns, Jesse
* Johns, Mrs

Jones, Jessie 35 Liecestershire Carpenter
Jones, Mary Ann 35 Cook

McArthur, Neil 22 Argyle Ploughman
McArthur, Margaret 24
McArthur, Donald 7 months

McAskill, Donald 30 Ross Farm Servant
McAskill, Isabella 20
McAskill, Mary 7 months
- newspaper has McGASCILL

McDonald, Malcolm 29 Ross Farm Servant
McDonald, Margaret 29
McDonald, John 5
McDonald, Kenneth 2
McDonald, Donald 11 months

* McIntosh, Alexander
* McIntosh, Mrs - wife of Alexander
* McIntosh, 2 children

McIntosh, Andrew 40 Caithness Carpenter
McIntosh, Henrietta 34
McIntosh, David 2
McIntosh, Elizabeth 2 months

McRae, Donald 44 Ross Shepherd
McRae, Ann 35
Mcrae, Cicely 11
Mcrae, Donald 8
McRae, Roderick 4
McRae, John 2

Moreton, Mark 27 Hereford Carpenter
Moreton, Alice 26
Moreton, John Thomas 4 months

Ramsey, George 23 Derry Labourer
Ramsey, Matilda 25
Ramsey, Sarah J 8 months
- newspaper says and family of 2

Sheedy, Edward 40 Tipperary Provision Curer
Sheedy, Margaret 34
Sheedy, Patrick 16 - tranferred to single men
Sheedy, Margaret 9
Sheedy, Bridget 6
Sheedy, Mary Ann 3
Sheedy, Edward 2
Sheedy, Eliza 3 months
Sheedy, Margaret 70 - transferred to single women
- Mother of Edward snr
* - newspaper says and family of 8

Teviotdale, William 27 Forfar Floor Cloth Weaver
Teviotdale, Mary Ann 27
Teviotdale, William 11 months

Williams, Thomas B 27 Berkshire Navvy
Williams, Jane 32
Williams, Samuel 9
Williams, Susan 3
Williams, Joseph 15 months


Single Men
Bateman, John 20 Waterford Labourer

Bews, Jarm 18 Orkney Labourer
- newspaper has John
- travelled with:
Rendall, David 20 Orkney Labourer

Benzie, James 21 Aberdeen Farm Labourer

Black, Thomas 20 Antrim Ploughman

Brown. William 25 Waterford Labourer

* Craiggie, David

* Cromer, Arthur

Darlington, Josiah 24 Devonshire Wheel Wright
- nespaper has Joseph

* Delo, Thomas
* Delo, Joshua

Duggan, William 12 Galway Ploughman
- newspaper has DUGGIN

Dunbar, Edward 25 Mayo Blacksmith

* Elliot, W.

Frith, Joseph 19 Orkney Farm Labourer

Geylett, Joseph 25 Surrey Stockman

Graham, William 60 Yorkshire Tailor

Grant, Charles 34 Banff Ploughman

Hegan, William 26 Tyrone Labourer
Hegan, Joseph 19 Tyrone Labourer
- newspaper has HEGIN

* James, L

Lindsay, John 26 Forfar Shepherd
- mewspaper has LINDSAFF

McDonald, Thomas 25 Perth Labourer Travelled together
McDonald, Craggie David 11

McEwing, William 20 Ayre Labourer

McGloughlan, Michael 20 Mayo Farm Labourer

McGoogan, John 25 Antrim Ploughman
- nespaper has McGOGAN

McGregor, Hugh 24 Perth Shepherd

McKenzie, Donald 23 Ross Shepherd

* McLaglin, Michael

McLeod, Donald 25 Rossshire Farm Servant
McLeod, John 23 Rossshire Farm Servant
- travelled with:
Robertson, William 19 Rossshire Farm Servant

McKay, John 13 Rossshire Farm Servant
* McKay, Murdo

McRae, Murdo 22
McRae, Duncan 18
McRae, Christopher 16
McRae, John 14
- newspaper has these as McKAY

Meenzies, James 24 Perth Shepherd
- newspaper has MENZIES

* Milligan, Thomas

Montgomery, John 23 Antrim Blacksmith

* Puflett, Joseph

Rainey, Robert 28 Ayre Labourer
- newspaper has RAINLEY

* Rendall, David

Robbie, Francis 30 Forfar Shepherd

Robbins, Charles 45 Somersetshire Servant

Simpson, Thomas 22 Roxburgh Porter

Stephen, John 24 Caithness Shepherd

* Timperly, Benjamin

Wellington, Thomas 18 Staffordshire Labourer

Were, James 18 Devonshire Ploughman
- newspaper has WARE

Wilson, Charles 48 Aberdeen Farm Servant
Wilson, Peter 19 Aberdeen Farm Servant


Single Women
Black, Mary J 18 Antrim Servant

Bolton, Maud 23 Surrey Cook
- newspaper had BEATON

* Campbell,Jessie

Coffey, Bessy 23 Westmeath Dairymaid
- died at sea of consumption

Crammond, Isabella 24 Dublin Servant

Daws, Louisa 22 Middlesex Housemaid
- nespapers has DAWSON

Elliot, Agnes 23 Fermanagh Domestic Servant
* Elliot, Sarah

Farnell, Sarah 33 Surrey Cook
- newspaper had FARRELL

Flett, Jane 19 Orkney Domestic Servant
- nespaper has FLEET

Garnet, Mary A 23 Kirkudbright Domestic Servant

Graham Mary 30 Yorkshire Housemaid

Guthrie, Isabella 25 Forfar Domestic Servant

* Hayes, Catherine

Hooper Eliza 25 Middlesex Servant
Hooper Eleanor 18 Middlesex Servant

Hunter Mary A 26 Kincardine Servant

Hynes, Catherine 22 Galway Servant

* James, Mary
* James, Mary J.

* Johns, Rebecca

Jones, Mary 44 Monmouth

Lees, Jean H 59 Wigtown Servant
Lees, Margaret 16 Wigtown Servant
* Lees, Leah

Lonegan, Anne 22 Tipperary Servant

McAuley, Catherine 30 Ross Domestic Servant

McCarthy, Margaret 20 Waterford Servant
- newspaper has CARTHY
McCarhty, Catherine

McDonald, Amin 25 Ross Domestic Servant
McDonald, Margaret 21 Ross Domestic Servant
* McDonald, Ann

McEwan, Jane H 48 Ayr Widow
McEwan, Sarah 14
McEwan, Janet 11
McEwan, Margaret 9

McIver, Elizabeth 26 Ross
- newspaper has Eliza McDIER

McKay, Martha 37 Ross Widow
McKay, Catherine 17
McKay, Isabella 15
McKay, Farquhar 10
McKay, Murdock 7
- newspaper has MURDO
McKay, Duncan 1

* McKay, Isabell
* McKay, Kate
* McKay, Martha

* McKenzie, Isabella

McRae, Mary 45 Ross Labourer
McRae, Jessie 24 Servant
McRae, Kate 12
McRae, Flora 7
McRae, Janet 23 Ross Domestic Servant

* Monaghan, Mary

Morrison, Catherine 24 Ross Domestic Servant

Murphey, Sarah 23 Dublin Laundress
- nespaper has MURPHY

Nicolson, Annabella 29 Ross Domestic Servant

Noble, Elizabeth 18 Lanark Servant

Pargiter, Sarah 28 Forfar Housemaid
- nespaper has PARGETER

Robbins, Mary M 17 Jersey Servant

Slattery, Mary 38 Surrey Surgical Binding Maker

Smith, Elizabeth 32 Surrey
Smith, Alice A 8
Smith, Ada M 4

Swale, Elizabeth 29 Middlesex Housemaid
- newspaper has SMALL

* Whyte, Martha

Whitney Sarah 31 Surrey
- newspaper has WHITING


LETTER TO THE EDITOR of the Otago Daily Times
11 October 1872

... THE HYDASPES IMMIGRANTS ...
SIR, A statement appeared in the Times of this morning by Mr Allan, which, as it is calculated to mislead, I hope you will kindly allow me to correct.
Mr Allan states that the immigrants who arrived by the Hydaspes supplied only a small part of the demand at the Labour Exchange; that they were all disposed of in a few days; and that the Barracks were now empty.
I believe that the last part of the statement is quite correct, but the first certainly is not. The facts are, that ony about two-thirds of the immigrants went to the Barracks; that only about a third of those who did go there obtained employment at the Labour Exchange; and that several, after remaining a week and seeing no chance of being engaged, left and found lodgings elsewhere.
There are a good number of the Hydaspes immigrants who are willing and anxious to work still unemployed, and to all appearance likely to be so for some time.
I suppose Mr Allan's statement is intended for the furtherance of a scheme which is in process of being carried out, for the purpose of flooding the country with labourers, so that farmers and other employers may have them at any price they please, and as it is likely to induce others to leave home for this country, I, as a working man, in the interest of my fellow labourers, wish the truth to be known.
There cannot be a doubt but that New Zeaoand is a fine country, the resources of which are only beginning to be developed; but it is evident that at present there is not sufficient capital in the country to give employment to those who are in want of it. And under these circumstances I think the Government have begun at the wrong end with their Immigration Scheme. It seems to me that men with a little money, not penniless labourers, are the men that should be induced to come here in the first place
- I am, &c., ONE OF THE HYDASPES IMMIGRANTS



also read A FINE OLD VESSEL & Captain BABOT



the HYDASPES


passengers of the "MARINER" - Gravesend to Nelson 23 April 1859

A list of the passengers on the MARINER which left Gravesend 1 Jan 1859 and arrived in Nelson, New Zealand on 23 April 1859 then sailed to Port Chalmers, Otago

some reports say there were 141 passengers
because some of these names were taken from a list when the "Mariner" arrived in Port Chalmers, I don't know if some of them embarked at Nelson or London

the "Nelson Examiner and New Zealand Chronicle" had a partial list on 27 April 1859
names are added as found
if you can help please leave a comment below

ARRIVED
... April 23, ship Mariner, 653, Frazer, from London.

Passengers
FIRST CLASS:
Rev. Edward George (1822-1904) and Mrs EDWARDS
Mr Samuel GASKELL (1790-1867)
Miss E. GASKILL
Mr W. SKINNER
Rev. Mr and Mrs Alexander Bruce TODD (1821-1903)
David & Mary WALLACE
Mr John N. WILSON
Mr and Mrs Richard George WILSON (1823-1887) and family

SECOND CABIN
Charlotte BOSELEY (nee FEAKINS 1829-1874) wife of Newman, born Harrietsham, Kent - she was murdered by Newman 12 years after arrival
Newman BOSELEY (1825-1886), born Stockbury, Kent
- Newman & Charlotte had the Bay View Hotel at Wakapuaka. Newman received a 15 year sentence for her murder. Over 500 people signed a petition in 1875 for his remission and continued for years to have him released early. He was still in gaol in 1880 but married Selina CAREY (widow 1829-1917) in 1884. Selina had to leave Newman. She remarried in 1894 to John WALKER.
The Bay View Hotel burned down 1882
the life and times of NEWMAN & CHARLOTTE in New Zealand

James BRAND
Albert William BROOKS
John BROWN
David and Elizabeth (nee Oliver) BRUNTON of Scotland
- (had a further 2 sons born in Dunedin)
Beatrice Oliver BRUNTON (1853-1943)
Charlotte Oliver BRUNTON (1858-1864)
Janet Scott BRUNTON (1850-1911)
Mary Anne BRUNTON (1855-1935)
Francis G. CAIRNS
Mr and Mrs FINCH
Alfred Abner FINCH (1856-1930)
Ann Isabella FINCH (?-1860)
Artur Thomas FINCH (1853-1920)
Frederick Arthur FINCH (1844-1916)
James George FINCH (1848-1930)
Marah Julia FINCH (1853-1925)
John HANNAH
Charles HARRIS and wife
George HARRIS
Alexander JOHNSTON
Frank KINNEAR
Adam McILWICK
Benjamin C. O'CONNOR
William PITHEY, wife and two children
Charles MOUSLEY - scroll to end. Charles died the folowing year
Thomas SMITH
Sydney STRIDOLPH
Louisa WALKER

STEERAGE
John AITKEN
Andrew ARMSTRONG
Mr and Mrs DICKISON
David DICKISON
Eliza DICKISON
Isabella DICKISON
Jane DICKISON
John DICKISON
Margaret DICKISON
Charles FAULKNER
George HOOD (see Fletcher Oliver below)
Mr and Mrs William JOLLY
E. G. LEES
Margaret MACKAY
George MASON
Mr and Mrs William MURRAY
David McCARTER
Peter McINTOSH
James Laurie OLIVER (1828-1874) & wife Fletcher (nee Hood 1826-1861) OLIVER
- Fletcher was a daughter of James Hood & Margaret Ramage of Midlothian, Scotland. in the 1851 Census of St Cuthberts, Edinburgh, Scotland, James was a jeweller. They died in Dunedin
Agnes Waugh OLIVER (1853-?)
James Hood Laurie OLIVER (1851-1906)
Jane Ramsay Wanless OLIVER (1856-1943)
William W. OLIVER (1850-?)
Mary STEVENSON
Margaret STEVENSON
Daniel WEST and two children
Joseph WOOD

ASSISTED IMMIGRANTS
Mary Ann AVERY (Mrs James Avery) and two daughers
William AVERY, wife and son
Joseph BLAYMIRES, wife and four children
John BLAYMIRES, wife and three children
Walter DAVIDSON
Friederich EBIERHARDT/EBERHARDT, wife and daughter
Hans HeinrichEGGERS (1837-1921), wife, and daughter
Frederick EVERS and wife
Heinrich HEINTZ
Johann Heinrich KRUGER, wife, and three children
Heinrich Johann LAMPP, wife and five children
Johann Christian Peter NAGEL (1834-1890), wife and child
William Heinrich NEUMAN, wife and five children
Mrs Mary ROSE
Furgeon Henrich RIVER, and son
Johann SIGGELKOW


21 May 1859 - Nelson Examiner and New Zealand Chronicle
... Sailed May 20, barque Mariner, 680, Frazer, for Otago, with original passengers from London, and seven passengers transhipped ex Robertina, from Sydney, and one from Nelson.


In 1858 Nelson had:
* 17 merchants
* 5 bakers - bread was (equivalent to) 3c per 500g loaf
* 5 butchers
* 9 milliners
* 4 breweries
* 12 shoemakers
* 4 blacksmiths
* 17 carpenters
* 9 cabinet makers
* 6 boarding houses
* 27 brick or stone buildings
* 434 wooden buildings


PHOTO
Trafalgar Street, Nelson 1860
taken from the site Nelson becomes a City in 1859


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passengers of the "Ruahine" - Wellington Jan 1926

In compiling info on George Edmund GUMBRELL for an enquiry, I could not find the passenger list online for the "Ruahine" which left from London and Southampton and arrived in Wellington, via Panama, in early 1926

I found a list of saloon passengers on Papers Past & taken the liberty of transcribing it here in alphabetical order for easier reading:


the RUAHINE'S PASSENGERS FROM HOME - Evening Post 23 January 1926
... After a passage of 35 days from Southampton, via Panama, the New Zealand Shipping Company's liner Ruahine arrived in the stream at 11 a.m. today, and was berthed at 1 p.m., at King's Wharf. Cargo was loaded at London and the Ruahine sailed from there at 11 a.m. on 17th December for Southampton, where passengers were embarked, and mails taken aboard. The vessel sailed from Southampton at noon on the following day. The run across the Atlantic, was accompanied by good weather as was the trip from Panama, until the vessel met bad weather yesterday. The usual fancy dress balls, dances, and deck sports were held, and the passengers spent an enjoyable time. Two deaths occurred after leaving Panama. The Ruahine averaged a little over 14 knots.

Commander E. T. SMITH, R.N.R., is in command of the vessel and his officers are:-
Chief Officer: J. LAIRD
Second: S. BUTLER, R.N.R
Third: J. L. HAMER
Fourth S. C. BRADLEY, R.N.R.
Surgeon: H. G. CATTELL
Wireless Operator: W. E. SMITH
Chief Engineer: A. WHITE
Second M. E. FOUHY
Third: J. W. FULTON
Fourth: E. E. NICHOLLS
Fifth: J. BAMFORTH
Sixth: G. R. PEARCE
Seventh: J. KIRK
Chief Refrigerating Engineer: E. H. WALLIS
Second: E. GOOD
Electrician: D. R. STUART
Steward in Charge: G. W. FRASER

The passenger list is as follows:-

FIRST CLASS

Mrs R. C. BOOKER and Miss BOOKER
Commander F BRADLEY, R.N., and Mrs BRADLEY
Colonel the Hon. J. B. BROWNLOW

Mr J. CAMPBELL
Mr J. S. CHANCE & Mr R. S. CHANCE

Mr and Mrs D. A. EWEN & Masters I. A. EWEN, K. McD. EWEN & Miss B. M. EWEN

A. F. FLEMING

Mr and Mrs A. H. GARRAWAY

Mrs HARBOUR
Mr and Mrs C. J. S. HARCOURT
Mr J. HENDERSON
Mesdame E. B. HINDE
Colonel J. HOPTON
Mesdame M. M. HUMPHREYS

Mr S. H. JENKS, R.N.

Lieutenant-Commander F. LUMB, R.N., and Mrs LUMB

Mr F. M. MARTIN & Mrs MARTIN
Miss R. MITCHELL

Miss F. P. PEACH
Mr and Mrs B. PHILLIPPS

Miss E. ROBINSON

Lord SUFFOLK, Surgeon-Captain
Miss E. SYME

Miss G. B. TANNER
Mr A. A. M. TAYLOR
Mr G. H. TRITTON

Mr J. F. WALL
Canon J. Russell WILFORD & Mrs WILFORD
Mr F. R. WILFORD


SECOND SALOON

Miss M. A. ANDERSON
Miss J. K. ANDERSON
Mr L. ANNETT

Mr H. J. BARBER
Miss M. BARNETT
Miss E. BENBOW
Mesdame H. BENJAMIN
Miss M. C. BENTLEY
Mr W. A. BRISCOE and Mr A. B. BRISCOE
Mr A. BRAHAM
Mr and Mrs L. A. BYWORTH

Miss M. CHESNEY
Mr and Mrs W. CLIFFORD and Masters D. & P. CLIFFORD
Miss C. W. CURWEN

Mrs DEAN
Mesdame E. L. DURHAM

Mrs J. ELDERS and Miss J. M. ELDERS
Miss L. ELLISON
Mr G. W. EVES

Miss M. FRASER

Mr and Mrs L. B. GARNER
Miss F. M. GIRDLER
Mr and Mrs H. L. GLASSEY
Mesdame F. M. GREENFIELD
Mr G. E. GUMBRELL

Mesdame S. E. HOOD
Mr J. HENDERSON
Mesdame E. B. HINDE
Colonel J. HOPTON

Mr H. JACOBS
Mr and Mrs J. JOHNSTONE
Mesdame B. B. JONES

Mesdame F. A. KEMBER
Mr J. W. KERRIDGE

Mr and Mrs H. R. LESINGHAM
Mr C. LUMB
Mesdame E. H. McARTHUR

Miss M. V. McCARTHY
Mrs A. McDOUGALL & Master R. McDOUGALL
Mr and Mrs J. V. McMANUS
Miss J. MONCUR

Miss E. NICHOLSON
Miss M. NOLAN

Mesdame M. PIERCE
Mr and Mrs S. G. PIERCE
Mrs M. PIERCE
Miss M. M. PRESTWICH

Miss E. I. RENAL(?)
Miss E. ROBINSON
Dr J. RUSSELL & Mrs RUSSELL
Mesdame M. C. RYDER

Mrs J. SATCHELL & the Misses W. and D. A. SATCHELL
Mr G. H. P. SCOTT
Miss L. SHIELDS
Mrs N. E. SHOULER & Master D. G. SHOULER
Mr and Mrs E. G. SKELTON
Mrs C. SMITH and the Misses M. M. & L. SMITH
Mr H. R. STORRAR
Mr and Mrs J. STUART

Miss G. B. TANNER
Mr A. A. M. TAYLOR
Mr P. THOMAS & Mrs THOMAS
Miss P. M. THOMAS
Mesdame E. THOMSON
Miss M. I. THOMSON
Miss E. M. THORP
Mesdame B. TINGEY
Miss M. E. TWISLETON

Mr R. WALLWORK
Miss M. V. WEINTZ
Miss D. WOFFENDEN
Mesdame M. WRIGHT


There are also 477 STEERAGE passengers passengers (list not yet found)
The Ruahine later proceeds to Auckland to complete discharge


George Edmund GRUMBELL (1904-1971)
was born in Oxbridge, England on 20 Nov 1904, arriving in New Zealand when he was 22. In 1927 he married Margaret Agnes Mystica CHESNEY (1904-1970)
- Mary had been a fellow passenger on the 'Ruahine'
- children not yet known but they had a born still baby in 1931

George Edmund Grumbell died in Geraldine on 4 Oct 1971 aged 66
he is buried in Plot 17, Row 21, General Section of the Arundell Cemetery with
his wife: Edith Mary Blackett (nee KYNOCH)
- Edith was born in Newcastle on Tyne 10 May 1902 & died in Geraldine 23 Oct 1981 aged 79
also with them is their daughter Mary Ruth Gumbrell (1944-2004)


I presume George remarried
what happened to Margaret Chesney?


PHOTO
HEADSTONE of George Edmund Gumbrell
from the Timaru Council Database