Tuesday, August 31, 2010

My passengers to NZ

  1. William Booth and his family of Co. Westmeath, Ireland came to Christchurch on the 'Victory' in 1863 via Manchester, England.
  2. Charles Crabb of Somerset and his family came to Wellington on the 'Doric' in 1884 from London.
  3. Sam Draffin of Girvan, Scotland came to Dunedin on the 'James McVicar' in 1861 via Melbourne.
  4. Bridget Dowling of Mallow Co. Cork, came to Auckland on the 'Bosworth' in 1861 from Ireland.
  5. Christina Lockhart of the Isle of Arran and her daughters came to Wellington on the 'Simlah' in 1851 from Scotland.
  6. Thomas Henson of Pottersbury, Northampton came to Wanganui via Australia in c1841.
  7. John Costello and his family of Co. Tipperary, Ireland came to Auckland via Sydney c1856 .
  8. Isabella Lockhart of Glasgow came to Wellington on the 'Bengal Merchant' in 1840 from Scotland.
  9. Thomas Campbell of Brampton Cumberland and his family came to Invercargill c1862 via Melbourne.
  10. Richard Andrew and his family of Gwennap, Cornwall, came to Auckland on the 'Berar' in 1873.
  11. Thomas Hansen and his family of London came to the Bay of Islands on the 'Active' in 1814.
  12. Elizabeth Atkinson Hanson nee Tollis of Melbourne came to the Bay of Islands on the 'Active' in 1817.
  13. Mary Ann Caines came with her family to the Bay of Islands before 1847. 
  14. William Thomas Hall of Ireland came via Australia c 1865.
  15. Thomas Hollingsworth and his family came to the Bay of Islands prior to 1853.
  16. Alfred Atfield of Bega, Australia came to Auckland c1900 
  17. William Harley Dear of Sydney came to Auckland c1900 
  18. Valenza Benyunes Welch of St Neot Cornwall, came on the 'Adamant' in 1873 to Christchurch.
  19. Edward Theodore Erikson of Akra, Norway, came to Christchurch c1887.
  20. William Gear's family came to the Bay of Islands prior to 1853.
  21. Hugh Crabb of Somerset, England came to Wanganui c1880.

A family historian's work is never done!

1 comment:

  1. This is so interesting, I have never written mine our like this.

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