SHIPS TO AUCKLAND: NEW ZEALAND
With sincere Thanks to
Left Gravesend 5th October 1847
Left Belfast 25th December 1847
Arr Auckland 16th May 1848
Women 70, Children 153
Lieutenant John Annesley HICKSON
Surgeon Dr BACOT.
(Many of the
Passengers of the Ann were suffering from influenza.
Twelve children died, and four were born on board.)
New Zealand Herald 7th May 1919ARRIVAL of Pioneers.
The 71st Anniversary.
Immigrants of the Ship ‘Ann’24 Known Survivors.
Today is the 71st
anniversary of the arrival in Auckland of the Ship ‘Ann’ with about
70 passengers who formed the original out posting in Otahuhu district. The vessel left
Carrickfergus near Belfast Ireland in October 1847 and after a lengthy passage of
which 6 weeks were spent lying off the Cape, the anchor was dropped in Auckland
Harbour on the 7th May 1848*.
The passengers who arrived by
the ‘ANN’ were among the very early settlers in New
Zealand and a number of them have passed away but at least 23 of the more youthful
among are known to be alive in New Zealand.
Miss L. GALLAGHER of
The ages of these
survivors range from 72 to 89 years. Mrs PERRY another passenger
who subsequently returned to England was known to be alive in Sommerset some
months ago. The late Mrs HASLAM who died in Auckland last month was also a
passenger by the ‘Ann’ and has been in New Zealand 70 years and 11 months.
She was the sister of Mr J. FOX of Ohaupo.
It is not
generally known that the Bridge over the salt water creek
Otahuhu Road, known as 'Ann's Bridge' was built by the male passengers of the
'Ann', hence its name.
Left London 7th March 1849
Arr Auckland 16th June 1849
Pensioners 80, Women
67, Children 101
Captain T.B.SMITH, 7th Detachment
Captain John Jermyn SYMONDS.
Surgeon Dr Carr
ANSON James, ASHDOWN John, AUCKRAM George, BARCLAY Alexander,
BARRETT James, BEATTIE John, BELCHER John, BLACKBURN William,
BLIGHTON Leighton, BONNER Alexander, BRADBURN John, BRADLEY
Joseph, BRENNAN Michael, BRIERLY Henry, BROWN James, CARR Dr, Casey
John, CAWING Francis, CLARK Andrew, COLLEDGE John Simpson, CULLEN
Francis, DALTON John, DAULTON Thomas, DEAN James, DOBSON John Rit,
DOLAN John, FALLON Michael, FALOON Samuel, FRASER Alexander,
GANNON Arthur, GOLDSMITH William, HARRICK William, HILL John,
HOLLAND Bernard, HOTTERWAY George, HUTCHINSON James, JOHNSON
Thomas, KEEGAN James, KERR John, KING Patrick, LAMB William, LEPPARD
Philip, MAHONEY Thomas, MARTIN Francis, McGAHN Robert, McKENZIE
Donald, McMAHON Andrew, McNEILL Alexander, MILLER John, MILLER
William, MORRIS Thomas, MURDOCK James, MURPHY John, MURPHY
William, NOLAN John, O'GARA Henry, OWENS William, PATTEN Thomas,
PATTERSON Andrew, PHILLIP Thomas, PIGGIN George, PIGGIN William,
RALPH Anthony, REILLY John, RIDDLE James, RITCHIE Robert, RUSSELL
John, SCOTT Ralph, SHALE Simeon, SHALE William, SMITH George, SMITH
J.B Capt, SMITH William, STANILAND Joseph, SWAN William, SWINBORNE
John, SYMONDS John Jermyn, TURNER Robert, TURNER William,WATERS George.
Left London 13th June
Arr Auckland 13th October 1852
Women 37, Children 68
Captain Andrew LATTO/LATTA
Sargent Timothy Carroll 9th Reg. Foot
Surgeon Dr James JACKSON 2nd Class
BARNETT Thomas, BLACK John, BRAILY John, BRODERICK John, BROPHY
Michael, BROWN William, CARROLL Timothy, CULLEN James, DORE Edmund,
DUNCAN Georg, EDAN John, FARRELL Michael, FITZGERALD William,
FITZPATRICK James, FLOOD John, GADNEY Richard, GALLERY Thomas,
GOONAN John, HADDEN James, HORSCROFT Charles, JACKSON James Dr,
JARVIS Sanuel, LATTO Andrew Capt, LUCAS Thomas, MAHONEY John, MILLER
Patrick, MILLIS Robert, MURRAY Daniel, O'MAN George, O'NEILL James,
PAGE Michael, PALMER James, PENN Edward, REGAN John, RENSHAW Richard,
ROONAN James, SHEEHAN John, SINCLAIR John, SMEE Edward, STANLEY
William, STUART James, WALL Edward.
Left Gravesend 18th August 1847
Left Galway 26th Sept 1847
Arr Auckland 23 Jan 1848
Pensioners 79, Women 72, Children 161
Lieutenant Owen Wynne GARY
Surgeon Dr. Arthur Saunders THOMPSON
BARRY Richard Nolan, BRENNAN Joseph, BRENNAN Michael, BRIODY John,
BROWN James, BURKE Andrew, CARLINE Thomas, CARTER Thomas, CLEARY
James, CLEARY John, CONCANNON Daniel, CONDRON Benjamin, CONNELL
Patrick, COOGAN John, CORRIAN John, COYLE Arthyr, COYLE Anthony,
CREAVY Thomas, CULLEN Michael, DEEVEY James, DEVANEY Martin,
DONNELLY James, FAHEY Michael, FELTUS George, FINNERTY James,
FINNERTY Michael, FORD Michael, GARVEY Thomas, GIBBONS Richard,
GILL Michael, GORBY Joseph, GORBY William, GARY Owen Wynne, GUARD
John, HANNIGAN John, HAWLEY John, HEAD William, HOGAN John, HOLT
James, JONES James, JONES John, KELLY Peter, KELLY Thomas, KENNY
John, KENNY Richard, KETTLEWELL George Capt., KILKENNY James, LAWLER
Daniel, LEONARD James, LONG Robert, <alone Peter, MASTERTIN Thomas,
McCARTHY John, McDANIEL Edward, McDONELL John, McGLONE Patrick,
McGRATH |Patrick, McGARTH Patrick, McMANUS Lawrence, McNAMARA John,
MEAR James, MEATLAN Robert, MURPHY Michael, MURPHY Patrick, MURPHY
Thomas, PORTER James, QUINLAN Patrick, ROWDEN John, SATTELDAY Richard,
SMITH Andrew, SMITH Benjamin, SMITH James, STATUM George, SUTCLIFFE
Thomas, TAYLOR James, THOMPSON Saunders Dr., THOMSON Arthur Dr.,WALSH
James, WALSH John, WOODLAND John, WYNN James, YOUNG John.
(In the 'First Fleet
of Auckland' the statement is made that "The Clifton
was almost a plague-ship. Influenza persisted for the whole of the voyage
especially afflicting the children. There were 46 deaths, mainly of children.")
........Arrival of the Empress from
"The Clipper ship EMPRESS, Captain ELLIS, from London anchored in the
Harbour late last night. She had been 98 days on her passage, having made the
run from land to land in 83 days. All well on board, three deaths (children)
having occurred during the voyage, Owing to the late hour at which she
arrived we are compelled to hold over full details until tomorrow." (Auck.Herald)
Capt.Ellis, from London,
1st Class....Wm. HY & Margaret SAUNDERS; Elizabeth Ann RIPON; Mr & Mrs
RIDLEY; Jas Wm, Harriet E, Robert Edward D, & Edw BOSTOCK; Robert A. &
Robert Dudley EYRE; David GREIG; Mary Ann GRAVES; Henry MASTERTON;
Donald ROSS; Charles John HALLIDAY; Ellen ELLIS; Charles H.BROOK; Ellen
2nd Class....Henry SHILLINGTON; John & Wm. Palm BARKER; Thomas TAYLOR;
William W. BATT; Elijah McLINTOCK; Robert KINROSS; Thomas BENNETT;
Emma, Marrianne, Emma, John BENNETT; Robert FISHER; Ann & Amy Sarah
Jones; Emma McCANELLESS; Oliver & Letitia GREIG; George J. BRASSINGTON;
Ellen WILSON; Arthur E. WOLFE; Charlotte STODDART; Samuel, Elizabeth &
Samuel BROOKING; Jane & Ann LEMPRURE; Amelia SIMONS; Jas & Emily
VAUGHAN; Matilda NORTON; Thomas N. BAIRD
3rd Class....Mary DIXON; William Russell & Henry Jas EADES; Wiliam, Ella &
William James McINDOE; Richard, Thomas & Richard JONES; Samuel & Elizabeth
COOK; Mary Ann & Rachel DAVIDSON; William, Letitia, William, Henry,
Caroline, Alonzo & Albert HUGES; William, Jane, Sophia, & Sarah Jane COLSON;
William Henry SMITH; Henry HALL; Magdalen HUDSON; William BARKER;
Thomas LUCK; Matthew, Sarah, John, Elizabeth & Emily PHILLIPS; George, Ellen
W. & John George ANDERSON; George MILLER; Nicholas McKEOWN; Elias
DERREY; S.L.FRASER; Edward SACH; Robert RIDOUT; George LEWIS; Willian
STODDART; Henry WRIGHT; Daniel FORREST; Charles STEVENS; Edward MAY;
David PHILLIPS; Warwick, Caroline, Rhoda, Jessie, Clara, Anna, Louise, Frederick,
John & Norman BELL; John SALMON; Joseph Henry & Hannah Jones; Joseph,
Mary Ann & Joseph Lerrey WALTON; William SQUIRES; Thomas & Ruth WALTON;
William, Wm. WATERWORTH; Charles, Arthur, Emily Matilda & Herbert Henry
Assisted Passage.... Patrick REILLY;
James DORAN; Grace & Cora NAREENEY;
Hugh LARKINS; James & Bridget O'DONNELL; Sarah WESTFOLD; John, Margaret,
Jeanie, Robert & Alexander BOYD; John & Margaret LONG; Micheal McArd; Henry
CAIN; Edward & Joseph ASHWELL; Hannah MANSFIELD; Samuel, Paul, Robert
& Alexander MICHEAL; Mary DUFFIN; Mary, Agnes, Elizabeth & Andrew KERR;
Francis EGAN; Robert, Nicholas, John, Graham, James CHARNELY; Honora,
Catherine, John & Cornelina MURPHY; Thomas HALPIN; Richard & Judith
KENNY; Jane MURPHY; George, Ann & Isabella ADAM; John O'BRIEN; John &
Louisa MORRISON; Letitia HAVES; Hugh GRAY; Thomas & William IRONE;
James, Mary Jane, David, John & Sarah HAMILTON; Robert, Ann, William, Samuel
& Sarah GLASGOW; George MARSHALL; Charles DUNN; George COOK; George
SQUIRREL; Ellen Jane DILLON; Mary CULLIVAN; William, Helen, George, Jane,
Isabella, Thomas, Helen & William HUTCHISON; Patrick KEIFFES; Joseph
McTURNEY; Hugh BELL; James EBBETTT; Jane HILLS; William MOONEY;
David & Frances O'DONNELL; Micheal, Catherine & Judith O'MEARA; Samuel,
Nancy, Samuel, Nathaniel, James S. & Robert HICKEY; Lucy & Sarah Jane
CORBATT ; Sarah, Sarah, Susannah, Eleanor, Eliza & Emma LEWIS; James, Ann,
Agnes, Mary, Sophia, Anna & William ATKIN; Patrick & Mary MEESHAW; John
James WATSON; Elizabeth ELLISON; Frederick RAPSON; Mary KELLY; Alice,
Richard, Godfrey & Mary Ann HOGAN; Honora & Catherine CALLAGHAN; Mary
HIGGINS; Margaret CARDIE; Mary MOORE; William GOODRUM; Lawrence
BRADY; Archibald, Helen, Jessie, James & Jacobins ANDERSON Lemuel HOWARD;
Anna McNUMEE; John HUNSTAN; George, Julie & Eliza Jane BOYCE; John
SLOAN; Samuel, Susan, William & Mary Ann WRIGHT; Arthur BASSETT; Micheal
& Margaret McGUNN; Thomas OSBORNE; Robert PORTER; Martha BEATTY; John
A. McCONNISKY; Mary CLOULTER; Mary TAYLOR;
Printed in the "Herald" Dated 15th May 1865
The Ship Empress from London
The splendid American Clipper Ship Empress, in command of Captain Ellis,
arrived in Harbour on Sunday night. In yesterdays issue we briefly announced
her arrival, but owing to the late hour when she dropped anchor we were
unable to give full report.
The following are the particulars of the voyage as kindly furnished us by
"The Empress quitted Gravesend on the 3rd February, landed the pilot on the
5th and took her final departure from the Lizard on the 8th February. She
crossed the Equator on the 3rd March, in 23* West, and was becalmed twelve
days in from 15* to 20* South. On the 2nd April passed the Meridian of the
Cape in 46* 28 S. and Desolation Island on the 11th of the same month, off
which the vessel encountered strong gales and heavy confused seas, which
caused her to roll and labour heavily for some days. When in longitude 163*
the vessel experienced heavy Northerly gales, and was compelled to take the
Southern route. The Snares were made on the 1st May only 81 days from home.
Experienced variables winds off the coast and was becalmed two days off the
East Cape, after which she encountered a heavy North-Westerly gale, and
arrived in Auckland at 11 pm on Sunday night, having taken pilot on board at
Rangitoto at 10.30pm. The Empress has accomplished the passage in 95 days
from the start, being the quickest made during the season. On her last trip
she made the passage here in 92 days. on which occasion it will be remembered
she brought the officers men of the Military Train. The Empress brings a large
cargo of general merchandise and nearly 300 passengers, a list of which we
published our last. The greatest harmony appear to have prevailed amongst them
during the voyage, and from the testimonials which appear else where, it will
seem that the Captain, and Chief Office won the esteem and goodwill of those
placed under their charge. "
Captain Ellis and Mr Drew The Chief Office, have now made two rapid voyages
in the Empress to this port, and we must congratulate them upon their success.
Testimonials To The Captain and Chief Officer Of The Empress....
We have the great pleasure in Publishing the following testimonials...
"Dear Sir.... Our pleasant and prosperous voyage being now nearly ended, we
wish, ere we part from you and the good ship, to tender to you our admiration
of your nautical ability as a Commander, your courtesy as a gentleman, and our
gratitude for the anxiety you have always shown to afford us every comfort, and
render the voyage an agreeable one. We therefore, have great pleasure in wishing
you a safe and quick passage home, a happy reunion with your wife and family,
and every success in your future career. We beg to subscribe ourselves your sincere
(Here follow the signatures, not printed in the paper)
To Captain E.P.ELLIS,
Ship Empress May 13 1865
"The undersigned passengers by the Ship Empress desire hereby to testify
their unanimous sense and appreciation of the thorough nautical capacity and
unfailing courtesy of manner displayed and maintained by the Chief Officer
Mr Drew, during a long and arduous voyage, and also to make some
acknowledgement of the able service rendered by him at all times in the
working of the Ship. That his preserving efforts and praise worthy conduct
may meet with success they merit, and that he may prosper in all his
undertakings in the earnest hope of his sincere well-wishes."
(Here follow the Signatures, not printed in the paper)
To R.R.DREW Esq.
Chief Officer, Ship Empress
Printed in the "Herald" Dated 16 May 1865
Left London 14th Jan 1852
Left Portland 28th Jan 1852
Arr Auckland 27th May 1852
Pensioner 78, Women
68, Children 113
Surgeon Dr Henry RICHARDS.
BALDWIN William, BARTLETT George, BASKERVILLE Walter, BIRMINGHAM
Henry, BOLTON John, BRINDLE Henry, COLEMAN Thomas, CONNOR Thomas,
COTTON William, DALE Thomas, DELANEY James, DONELLY James, DONOVAN
Eugene, DORON William, EGAN Thomas, FAHEY Hergus, FEGAN William, FOLEY
Michael, FONLONE Michael, FROST Thomas, GARMONSWAY Edward, HOYES John,
HYNES Denis, INNES T. Capt., IRELAND Joseph, KANE Hugh, KEENAN
James, KELLY James, KERR Wilson, KIELY Michael, LEANING George, MAHER
Bartholomew, MARTIN Patrick, McCARTIN James, McDONNELL Patrick, McNEIL
John, MELLOR John, MINCHIN Michael, MURPHY Austin, NAUGHTON Thomas,
NEALE James, NEALE Patrick, NEALIS John, NICHOLSON Robert, NORRIS James,
O'BRIEN Matthew, O'BRIEN Lawrence, ORGAN Richard, OXENHAM Sydenham,
PERKINSON Michael, PHILBIN Thomas, QUINLAN Andrew, READY William,
REILLY Andrew, REILLY Peter, Richards Henry DR., RYAN Michael, SAMPSON
Gerard, SHINE Patrick, SINFIELD William, SMITH John, STEWART David,
STUART Samuel, TAYLOR Isaac, WALSH Richard, WEIR John, WHYKES Edward,
WOODS John, WOVORS John.
(This Listing is a bit of a puzzle. The Ships Manifest clearly says
it is for Auckland, but the Report is from Wellington!)
"Auckland Star, Tuesday 2 February
Wellington, February 1 - The s.s. Kaikoura arrived at 7o'clock last night from London,
Capetown & Hobart. She brings 99 passengers. She was off Cape Farewell at 1.30am
on Saturday, but owing to the gale and thick weather was hove-to the greter part of
Saturday and Sunday. She passed a large quantity of ice, dangerous to navigation, in
lat. 46.48 South, long. 42.80 East.
Mrs. BACKHOUSE, who jumped overboard
on 19 January, was a steerage Passenger
Passengers for Auckland:
Mesdames LAWS, WILSON, ANDREWS, Misses ANDREWS, HAVEN, MAHONEY,
TIPPETS, LOFTHOUSE, Revs. M.H.MAHONEY and C.O. GALLAGHER. Captain
LAWS, Messrs TIPPETS, SKYNNER, THOMPSON, Master ANDREWS (2): 22 Steerage.
Inward Manifest of
SALOON Mrs. ANDREWS, Miss M.S. ANDREWS, Master T.T. ANDREWS, Master
C.G.E.ANDREWS, Miss HAVEN, Rev. M.H.MAHONEY, Miss C. MAHONEY, R.W.C.
O'GALLAGHER, Mr. J. B. TIPPETTS, Miss TIPPETTS.
SECOND CABIN Capt. J. LAWS, Mrs. N. LAWS, Miss N. LOFTHOUSE, Mr. SKYNNER,
Mr. H.J. THOMPSON.
E.M.BENNETT, Mr. J. CUTHBERTSON, Miss M. EDWARDS, Mr. K.
M. FORD, Mr. W.F.MASON, Mrs. A.S. MASON, Mr. PEARSON, Mr. T. ROBINSON, Mr.
W.B. TRINER, Mrs. P.M.TRINER, Master W.C.TRINER, Miss E.M. TRINER, Master J.
S. TRINER, Mrs E. WOOD, Master C. WOOD, Mr. W.W. WHITFIELD, Mr. C. BEAVER,
Mr. A. HANSON, Mr. P. JONSON, Mrs. A. JONSON, Mr. W.H.SKETT (SH'ETT?), Mr.
LIST OF CREW Capt. F.
FORBES (Commander), Mr. J. K. NOAKES (Chief Officer),
Mr.J.H.HAWKES (Officer), Mr. J.J. CAMERON (Officer), Mr. L.M.VIPAN (1st.Officer),
Mr. A.L.MURRAY (Surgeon), and 24 Deck Dept. Mr. F.J.BLACK (1st.Engineer), Mr. D.
SWAN (2nd. Engineer), Mr. H. ATKINS (3rd. Engineer), A. SOMMERVILLE (4th
Engineer), W. NICHOLSON (Boilermaker), J. FOWLIE (1st. Ref. Engineer), W. FLYNN,
(Electrician), & 27 Engine Room Dept. Mr. H. BAIGURT (S. in C.) & 32 Pursers Dept.
Ship 622 tons.
Arr. Auckland 8th August 1856
A.C.CLARKE Master from London.....
Passengers.... Mr Alex V. CARPENDALE; Thomas J. BOOTH; Thomas BENNETT;
Alfred BENNETT; Matthias ROWE; Mrs Mary BOOTH; Mrs Ellen BENNETT and
infant; Mr H. ROWE and infant; Mrs Harriet ACLAND; Miss Emily ACLAND;
F. DAWSON; W. F. RIPLEY; R. RANDLEY; F. W. BELL; J. MORRIS; W. YOUNG;
W. PHILCOX; D. HORNER; W. W. WALLIS; G. SUTTON; W. MARSHALL; J. G.
PRATT; W. ANGUS; D. FISHER; Margaret, John, James, Margaret, Robert, Agnes,
Catherine FISHER; Agnes, Elizabeth, Agnes MUIR; E. TREMAIN Mary A. TREMAIN;
Ann, Caroline, James, Ann HICTON; John, Clarissa, Jessima, John, Thomas, Mary,
Ellen, Maria, Jane, Samuel SHORT; Andrew, Mary, Janet STEWART; Charles, Mary,
Mary Ann, Robert, Sarah, Mary Ann, Robert, Rosa, Margaret, Susannah, Christina
STRONG; Elizabeth HUMPHREYS; Hector, Ann, John, Isabella, John, Ann NORMAN;
Colin McDONALD; John, Georgina, Ellen, Maria Goodwin; Margaret, William, John,
Robert, Margaret, George NAIRN; Janet, CAMPBELL; Jessie, Allison, Catherine,
Ann, James, Lloyd, Mary, Margaret, George McCAUL; David, Mary, Mary, George
MORTON; George A. PURVIS; James, Elizabeth, John, Peter, James, Agnes, Janet,
Elizabeth BROWN; Mary F. SIMS; John and Jane NELSON; Thomas and Jane
SHERSON; Martha ARMSTRONG; Allen, Robert, Janet MILLAR; Ann, Rebecca,
Thos JOHNSTON; Elizabeth GLASFORD; Patrick, Christopher MARTIN; Thomas
SMITH; Charles WALTERS; Robert LYONS; James LYONS; Eleen GIBBONS; John,
Margaret, Margaret, John James BACON;
....12 cabin and 126 second cabin and steerage. Brown and Campbell Agents....
Left Gravesend 1st July 1847
Arr Auckland 8th Oct 1847
Pensioners 80, Women
67, Children 145.
Captain Charles Henry Montressor SMITH
55th Regt. Including Major General Dean PITT,
Captain Joseph GREENWOOD.
Surgeon Dr McMAHON.
ALLINGTON William, ARMSTRONG William, ASHURST Henry, BAILEY Thomas,
BARRETT Peter, BARRY William Hawksworth, BEHAN William, BILLEY John,
BRADY Peter, BRENNAN Patrick, BURRELL Charles, CAIN Robert, CARTER
James, CHANDLER William, CLAPSON William, CLARKE John, COLEMAN
Capt., Collins John, CONLAN Anthony, CUMMINS John, CURLEY Michael,
DALTON David, DOUGHTY Joseph, DOWD Patrick, DURRANT Elisha, ELWOOD
John, ENGLISH Joseph, FARRELL Byran, FITZPATRICK Patrick, FORSYTH
Thomas, FRASER Donald, FRASER William, GERAGHTY Thomas, GILMOUR
William, GLYNN Peter, GREENWOOD Joseph, HARDY John, HARE Charles,
HARROP William, HARTNELL Thomas, HATFIELD John, HEALY Michael,
KELLY Martin, LORD Michael, LOVETT George, LYDON Michael, LYNCH John,
LYNCH Owen, MARSH George, McBRATH Capt., McCAWLEY William, McEWEN
Alexander, McINTIRE Andrew, McINTYRE John, McLAREN James, McMAHON
Dr., MORAN Archibald, MORSE James, MULLANY Michael, MURPHY Walter,
O'LEARY Dennis, PATON John, PITT George Dean Mjr Col., PRICHARD John
James, RICE Michael, ROBERTSON Robert, ROBINSON Thomas, ROYCROFT
Robert, SHAW Joseph, SMITH Charles H.M., SMITH John, SPEERE Richard,
SUTCLIFFE William, TIERNEY Matthew, TIMMINS Samuel G., TRIMMER John,
VESTY Samuel, WADDELL William, WADMAN George, WALSH Charles,
WALTER John, WEIR William, WHITE James, WHITMORE Charles.
Left London 16th May 1849
Arr Auckland 18th Set 1849
Pensioners 71, Women 62, Children 108.
Captain Theodore Minet HAULTAIN 39th Regt.
Surgeon Dr T.Hunt.
ALLEN John, ARMSTRONG Francis, BATES William, BIGMORE Thomas, BRAD
Benjamin, BRADSHAW Thomas, BRENNAN James, BROWN Jeremiah, BRYAN
Richard, CAFFREY Francis, CAMPBELL Patrick, CASSIN William, CLINTON
Patrick, CONNOLLY Michael, CREWE Patrick, DALY Richard, DAVENPORT
Thomas, DALANEY William, DONOVAN John, DUGGAN John, EAGON Cormick,
EARLE Edward, FALLON Francis, FEENEY Patrick, FERRALL George, FINNIE
John, FLANIGAN John, FLYNN Roderick, FOY James, GANNON Martin, GELDARD
James, GOODWIN James, GREEN Bartolomew, GUNN Thomas, HARCOURT James,
HAULTAIN Theo Minet, HEWETT William, HICKEY Michael, HIGGINS William,
HILLINGWORTH Thomas, HOGAN Patrick Joseph, HOLMAN Simon, HOOPER
William, HOWLIN John, HUNT T. Dr., HYNES Edmond, INGHAM William,JOYCE
Michael, KANE Patrick, KEEGHAN Patrick, KELLY John, KERR John, LEAHY
John, LEATHER William, MADIGAN Murtagh, MAHON Patrick, MAY Martin,
McALEER Charles, McCULLOUGH John, McDERMOTT John, McDONALD
Alexander, McKENNA John, MELLON William, MORTIMER Patrick, NEVILL
James, NEWBERRY William, NORRIS George, O'DONNELL James, ORR William,
OSBORNE Josiah, OWENS Roger, PALMER Benjamin, PATTERSON George,
PENNINGTON Richard, PILCHER William, PYNE James, RAPER Oliver,
RATTIGAN Patrick, REILLY Walter, RIST John, ROBINSON James, ROBINSON
John, RUSSELL James, SCALLY Peter, SKERITT Thomas, SMITH William,
STEEL Thomas, SULLIVAN Cornelius, TAPP Francis, THOMAS Capt., TUGWELL
George, TWAMLEY Richard, WARNER James, WOOD Thomas, WOODS John.
Left Tilbury Port 14th April 1847
Arr Auckland 5th August 1847
Pensioners 67, Women 57, Children
Major William Henry KENNY 73rd Reg.
Including Lieutenant Colonel BOLTON
Royal Engineers and 12 Sappers and Miners.
Surgeon Dr. CUNNINGHAM RN.
ADDISON George, ALEXANDER John, ARNOLD John, BARR William, BATES
John, BEECHING John, BEER Thomas, BESWICK Charles Jefferson, BOLTON
R.E., BOOTH William John, BOWES Dennis, BOYT William, BURNS Peter,
BUTLER William, CAPRON John, COSSEY William, CUNNINGHAM R.N. Dr.,
DAVIS James, DAY Richard, DICKIE John, DOUGLAS John, DURBRIDGE
Charles, FILMER William, FRIEND Richard, GAPPER Thomas, GILLESPIE
Hamilton, GRANT Robert, GUNNING Edward, HEALEY Peter, HILL George,
HUDGINS Richard, HYDE Timothy, IRVINE John, IRWIN William, KEARNS
James, KELLY Michael, KELLY Patrick, KENNY William Henry Mjr., KERR John,
LAVERY Henry, MANDER John Jordan, McCOMBIE Alexander, McCUTCHEON
William, McGHEE John, McGUINESS Stephen, McLEAN Capt., McPIKE John,
McREYNOLDS William, McSHERRY Thomas, MOONEY James, MOORE Charles,
NIXON Adam, NORTHWOOD Francis, O'BRIEN John, ODLUM Thomas, OWEN
William, PALMER Edward, PEGUM Thomas, PIPER Jesse, PRICE Acheson,
PURCELL Martin, PURCELL Patrick, RAFFERTY Michael, REECE William,
SULLIVAN Jeremiah, SUTHERLAND Alexander, TURNER William, TYMON
Barnard, WALKER Alexander, WHITING Joseph, WINDSOR Joseph.
SIR GEORGE SEYMOUR
Left Gravesend 12th August 1847
Arr Auckland 26th November 1847
Pensioners 78, Women 63,
Captain Thomas W. MILLMAN
Major John GRAY 40th Reg (Commandant RNZ Fencibles)
Surgeon Dr GOLDNEY
Photo shows Elizabeth WILSON, 3rd from left -
Top Row.. Thomas WILSON was a Fencible who
settled in Howick. With Thanks to Merle WHIPPLE
ATKINS William, BAKER John, BANAN John, BAXTER William, BRAIN James,
BRIDGFORD John, BRYANT Denis, BURROWS George, BUTCHER William,
CADOGAN Cornls, CAVANAGH Denis, CHAPPELL Joseph, CHERRYWilliam,
CLARKE Michael, CLIFFORD David, COLE John, COLE James, CORNEY William,
COSSEY William, CROSBIE John, CUNNINGHAM William, CUTHBERT Jacob,
DAY Thomas, DEERY Henry, DILLON Matthew, DINEEN Michael, DONOVAN
Denis, DOUGHERTY William, DRINNAN Matthew, DRISCOLL Ths/Flrc., EVANS
Edward, FLEMINGWilliam, FORSEY James, FOULKS Robert, GATLAND James,
GIBSON George, GOLDNEY Dr., GRAY John Mjr., GUNN Robert, HEATH Thomas,
HILLS Edward, HORAN Patrick, HUNTER Robert, INGRAM Joseph, LEFEVER
Richard Lynehan John, MASSEY James, MATHEW Edward, McCARTHY Patrick,
McCORMICK Matthew, McLEAN John, MERRILL William, MILLMAN T.W.Cpt.,
MOORE William, MARAN John, NICHOLAS John, NIXON James, NORTH George,
O'BRIEN Thomas, PALMER John, PARKER Peter, PARKER Robert, PARSONS
George, PEAIN Richard, READING George, ROBINSON James, ROBINSON William,
ROGERS Thomas, ROWE Henry, SCOTT John, SEARLES Peter, SERVANTES Lieut.,
SHARPE Thomas, SHEARD John, SIMONS Walter, SPARE Henry E., SULLIVAN
John, SWANN Willam, TAYLOR Thomas, TURNER George, WALSH John,
WASHINGTON George, WILSON Thomas, WITHERS Edward.
SIR ROBERT SALE
Left Cork 4th July 1847
Arr Auckland 11th October 1847
Pensioners 74, Women 69, Children 142
Captain Alexander McDONALD
Surgeon Dr John I. Lancaster M.D.
ANDERSON John, BOYLE Thomas, BRYAN John, BRYAN Patrick, BUTLER
William, CAMPBELL John, CARTY John, CASEY John, CASEY Thomas,
CHILDERHOUSE Thomas, CODD Nicholas, COFFEY Denis, COLEMAN William,
CONDON Laurence, CONWAY Francis, DEMPSEY William, DOYNE John, DUNBAR
William, DUNN James, DWYER Thomas, EUSTACE Richard, EVERS Patrick, FAGAN
John, FINDLAY John, FINDLAY Matthew, FITZGERALD John, GAMBLE Thomas,
GARRETT Thomas, GAVIN James, GAVIN Thomas, GENTLE Thomas, GLENN
Thomas, GOSS Michael, GRIMES John, KEATING James, KELLY Thomas,
KILFOYLE Michael, KING John. KNOW Thomas, LANCASTER Robert Dr., LOADER
Capt., LOCKINGTON Michael, LYNCH James, MacKEY Daniel, MAHER Thomas,
McCARTHY Denis, MacDONALD Alexander, McINNES Lachlan, MEDSTONE
Samuel, MURPHY Michael, NORTON John, O'BEIRNE(BRIEN?) Patrick,
O'DONNELL Patrick, O'HARA Bryan, PENTLAND William, QUEENAN Francis,
QUIGLEY John, ROACH John, ROBINSON Joseph, SHEA Tinothy, SHERRY John,
SMITH John, SYMS Joseph, THOMPSON James, TUITE Michael, WALSH Patrick,
WATSON Charles, WINEPRESS James.
& Mar. Indexes LOTS..
From Coromandel, Howick, Kaipara, Kaitaia,
Mangonui, Parengarenga,Remuera Auckland,
Russell, Tamaki, Thames, Te Kao and Whangarei.
List of names from 'Early Auckland' by E. E.Vaile.
NZ Herald 1863. Extracts from....
Parkhurst Boys. They arrived in
Auckland, New Zealand on the St George 1842
and the Mandarin in 1843. Quakers in England had arranged
for the segregation of young Offenders, who were sent to Prison on the
Island of Wight, to be taught useful Trades. It was decided to give some
of the boys a break! They would be pardoned if they agreed to go to
New Zealand, to live and work as directed on arrival. arrival. Here is
a List of the Boys.
St.Matthew's Church. Auckland. Lots of Early Aucklander's Names extracted from
the Minutes Book. 1853-1863.
Wedding Anniversaries: From Northern Newspapers. 1915 - 1960