Passenger arrivals at Port Chalmers,
New Zealand, 1848 -1851
(Expanded and corrected from Dr Hocken's 1898 lists)
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red are family members who travelled on the ship.
582 tons, left London on 2/10/1849. Captain John White. She ran aground at Nelson on
1/2/1850. Her forward passengers were carried to Wellington by the Woodstock, and those
for Otago, six in number, by the schooner Perserverance, arriving 12/3/1850.
Aitken, Christina Mrs.
McGregor, Niel Joseph Bruce (32) [d. 8/3/1891]; Margaret née Ogilvie (28), wife; [d. 23/5/1873[; Alexander (6) [d. 27/4/1909]; Margaret (2) [d. Timaru 14/2/1935].
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