> Sign in or Sign up now for free to remove this ad! NELSON - 4.2.1847 European settlers arrive in Wellington. 19 April 1849: New Zealand Settler Ships - Ennerdale 1849. Cressy had taken longer because … Archives New Zealand Head Office Wellington holds passenger lists for nearly all ships arriving in New Zealand for the period 1883-1973. Not comprehensive. ZEALANDIA - 11.12.1894 INDIANA - 14.12.1858 ACASTA - 11.4.1866 SOUTHERN CROSS - 24.3.1856 - photos of the Star of India formerly the Euterpe the undisputed star of the museum This information is based on original NZ Company Passengers To Nelson manifests and shipping lists published in The Nelson Examiner newspaper 1841-1850. The resources used to create this database can be accessed at the Museum's Research Facility if you would more information please contact library@museumnp.org.nz . FORMOSA - 4.9.1885 REGINA - 31.8.1841 All Rights Reserved. Messrs. Capper, Schleicher, Brockway. I confused two of the voyages of the Ramsey IOM iron hull 1863 EUTERPE, claiming that part of the material in the Euterpe page was flawed. EXCELSIOR - 9.7.1872 JOHN McVICAR - 31.11.1857 HIMALAYA - 24.11.1877 They were listed as 'JUSTIN' not 'TUSTIN' ZEALANDIA - 6.10.1893. ngairedith has been a Family Tree Circles member since Feb 2008. New Zealand Yesteryears, Thank you Ally, A cousin of my husband has been trying for years to get a passenger list for the "Hastings" and so far the only one he has found was what i have mentioned above. PLEIONE - 27.12.1885 LANARKSHIRE - 8.5.1862 HERSCHEL - 23.10.1875 The Librarian's name is Dr. Kevin Sheehan and he is a very friendly Aussie. RALPH BERNAL - 28.6.1846 LURLINE - 12.6.1884 MAORI - 17.1.1898 GUINEVERE - 20.12.1887 HEROES OF ALMA - 3.5.1857 HIGHLAND GLEN - 28.5.1885 ACASTA - 11.4.1867 MALAY - 27.10.1872 What name were you looking for? MIDLOTHIAN - 25.8.1876 New Zealand newspapers on microfilm. SYDNEY - 31.5.1844 OPAWA - 26.2.1895 Upon arrival, you will be greeted by friendly and helpful locals who can supply you with maps and important information such as where to find money changing facilities. PLEIADES - 1.1.1879 ORARI - 24.11.1883 March saw a greater number of ships arrive at Wellington, among them USS MOUNT VERNON (AP-22) after delivering 5000 men of the 32 Infantry Division to Adelaide. SEA SNAKE - 25.5.1855 - DEC 1862 - 9 people so far I retired from *San Diego Maritime Museum as Librarian in 2002. KAIKOURA - 10.10.1898 HELEN DENNY - 18.12.1884 3 Feb 1862 arriving 23 May 1862 MARINER - 22.5.1850 Some smaller ships dock at Queen’s Wharf, right in the centre of the city. TURAKINA - 1.12.1886 OAMARU - 7.5.1886 The Star, Christchurch Thursday 4 June 1891 page 2 Death - WILSON - Departed at the age of 31, Alfred Wilson, the beloved son of Alfred and Augusta Wilson, of Yaldhurst, at 10 mins past 7pm, June 2nd. however, that one arrived into Nelson on 7 Nov 1874 and is available on line. HANNAH - 29.8.1842 WAVE QUEEN - 3.2.1886 WAVE QUEEN - 7.9.1881 SHIPS TO NEW ZEALAND. "A Star Skipper" parts I & II HASTINGS - 16.2.1858 Meet the NZHistory.net.nz team, Plan for Wellington, 1840 (Archives New Zealand, Ref: LS2044), British and Irish immigration 1840-1914 – British & Irish immigration, 1840-1914, Summary – British & Irish immigration, 1840-1914, A separate Crown colony – Taming the frontier, The Port Nicholson purchase – War in Wellington, Wellington Centennial Memorial Building – 100 New Zealand Places, Wakefield and the NZ Company (Chch City Libraries), Image of settlement ships (Alexander Turnbull Library), Plan of Town of Wellington - 1840 (Archives NZ Flickr), Petone (landing point for the first Wellington settlers). PETER STUART - 25.8.1884 The holiday commemorates the arrival of the first settler ship to New Zealand on Jan. 22, 1840. ORARI - 16.9.1878 NAVARINO - 1.4.1843 cheers YJS, My husband's great/great grandmother and her daughter came to Wellington on the "Hastings" on the 15/16 Feb 1858. HELEN DENNY - 19.11.1885 PLEIONE - 27.10.1883 LADY JOCELYN - 21.12.1882 PUDSEY DAWSON - 23.12.1854 It was a combined steam and sail ship. OPAWA - 20.3.1882 NELSON - 26.11.1892 MEROPE - 21.3.1882 WESTLAND - 17.9.1895 RANGITIKEI - 20.5.1885 SHEPERDESS - 6.12.1842 WAIROA - 4.11.1879 The company hoped to create an orderly centre, but early Wellington was chaotic. WAVE QUEEN - 30.8.1883 KAIKOURA - 3.12.1887 PHILIP LAING - 23.12.1856 ACASTA - 11.4.1865 VICTORY - 25.5.1884 MATAURA - 11.3.1886 (1 passenger) Captain Arnold was formerly in command of the Fifeshire, the first Nelson immigrant ship. LADY LEIGH - 7.5.1843 The First Four Ships A project by The Press, Christchurch, to identify and gather information on the passengers of The First Four Ships to colonise Christchurch and Canterbury. Hi OPAWA - 16.4.1894 MARINER - 25.11.1856 TURAKINA - 5.12.1890 Set up to promote a British colony in New Zealand, the New Zealand Company chose Wellington as its first organised settlement. MATAURA - 17.10.1897 Hi, Port of Wellington. However I am still trying to find an Elizabeth Mantel who arrived in NZ approximately 1867 or 1868 aged 17 or 18 yrs. TIMARU - 26.7.1883 Nearly all Luxfords in New Zealand are descended from this original emigrant family. That would have been the same sailing. LIST OF SHIPS CONVEYING ASSISTED EMIGRANTS FROM SCANDINAVIA TO NEW ZEALAND 1870 - 1876. eventually run-holders in the Wairarapa and Manawatu. MONTMORENCY - 1.4.1858 PENSHAW - 29.3.1876 Immigrant Ships to New Zealand From Countries Other than UK and Ireland 1835-1910 Migrant Ships Arriving in New Zealand 1839-1860 by Perth DPS (Australia); over 100 NZ passenger lists of ships that arrived in Auckland, Bluff, Dunedin, Napier, Nelson, New Plymouth, Otago, Port Nicholson, Timaru, Wanganui and Wellington The one I am (still) looking for arrived into Wellington 2 Feb 1874 and I have added a little info about its arrival (see list), My GG Grandfather John TUSTIN Wife and 4 children came on the 'OCEAN MAIL' to Wellington 2/2/1874. GRASMERE - 5.8.1897 Commercial re-use may be allowed on request. RAKAIA - 20.10.1880 VILLALTA - 11.1.1884 "Strange Affair of the Itata parts I & II" Euterpe instead went to Sydney, Australia, then to Newcastle, Australia, to San Francisco, then to London, returning around 1st March 1884. FERNGLEN - 5.1.1879 "Scandinavians and Chinese on the Star of India" HIMALAYA - 27.10.1888 SISTERS - 6.12.1842 WAIROA - 25.8.1889 - JAN 1865 - 22 people so far 33:No. This design – drawn up sight unseen in London – was never Implemented. KAIKOURA - 6.11.1889 1972 October 3 Departed Southampton for Wellington … The Association, founded in 1848 and guided by Edward Gibbon Wakefield and John Robert Godley, imagined the founding of an Anglican Church settlement in New Zealand comprising a cross-section of English society. RUAPEHU - 6.11.1887 THAMES - 12.6.1872 RUAPEHU - 13.10.1889 Wellington did eventually become the capital in 1865. MYRTLE - 31.1.1857 PLEIONE - 25.12.1880 - JAN 1880 - 1 name, Mr Gasford/Gosford NELSON - 27.11.1897 MARTHA RIDGWAY - 30.3.1842 MARGARET GALBRAITH - 7.2.1878 MAY QUEEN - 6.1.1883 RENFREWSHIRE - 13.2.1878 TONGARIRO - 30.12.1892 - JAN 1862 - 9 people so far MARY S AMES - 1890 OLSEN - 18.2.1889 That voyage began from London on Oct. 9, 1882 and she made a stop at Plymouth for additional passengers and the usual medical inspections, then arrived at Sydney harbor Feb. 6, 1883; was placed in quaranteen due to a very bad outbreak of scarlet fever and the deaths of 10 persons aboard, including the ship's steward; sailed March 16, 1883 for Newcastle, clearing Sydney Heads on 19.3.1883; departed Newcastle 27.4.1883 with 992 tons coal; was in San Francisco September 1883; and arrived at Liverpool March 3, 1884. Probably Gravesend was port of departure. 1971 May 19 Arrived at Southampton. HOWRAH - 9.11.1875 WAIROA - 29.8.1883 I know that passenger lists exist because I have details from them, but no sources were ever given. EXCELSIOR - 18.9.1868 I'm looking for a Frances Lawrence (aged 16) on the Waitara in 1877-1879. PLEIONE - 17.8.1889 In addition, about another 60 worked their passage on the ships or deserted and disembarked. WARWICK - 22.2.1876 THE AUCKLAND - 10.5.1884 1971 May 13 Fancy Dress Ball. WAIMEA - 23.8.1879 HIMALAYA - 8.11.1887 - did not bring passengers OAMARU - 14.9.1895 Named for the first Duke of Wellington, the victor of the 1815 Battle of Waterloo, the new town was part of the New Zealand Company’s systematic model of colonisation developed by Edwin Gibbon Wakefield. That is possibly still the case, in my mind, but I have to be more clear, and do more research into my survey of her logs and papers before I put out any comprehensive claims about our EUTERPE. ORARI - 26.11.1888 WANGANUI - 12.8.1886 Home - MAY 1873 - 1 name, Mr Flowers/Powers ACASTA - 11.4.1861 PERTHSHIRE - 3.1.1883 INDEMNITY - 18.7.1842 OCEAN MAIL - 2.2.1874 - Brought 323 immigrants (245 adults). USS TALAMANCIA (AF-15) made the first of many visits to New Zealand when she arrived in Wellington on 16 March. RINGAROOMA - 1879 IONIC - 12.12.1898 Omajen, OCEAN MAIL. ST VINCENT - 1.1.1869 INVERCAARGILL - 13.11.1896 They even named their 7th child who was born and died on the ship 'Avalanche'. SHAKESPEARE - 12.3.1886 She sailed 4 October 1864 and arrived in Lyttelton 9 January 1865. INDIAN QUEEN - 30.1.1857 - now complete, thanks to Tessa Share this: © 1999-2019 FamilyTreeCircles.com. WANGANUI - 22.9.1887 NELSON - 21.5.1891 STATELY - 9.9.1852 I feel very sure that EUTERPE, "our EUTERPE/launched 1863 at Ramsey IOM," made a London Voyage departure October 19, 1881, to Wellington, and that she subsequently went to Lyttelton, Dunkirk, and finally arrived at London on Sept. 7, 1882. NORTHUMBERLAND - 25.12.1880 ZEALANDIA - 18.7.1884 PERTHSHIRE - 23.1.1882 My family arrived on this ship, then carried on their journey via the Rotomahana to Port Chalmers. - JAN 1870 - 8 people so far MERCIA - 7.11.1882 DENISE AND PETERS PASSENGER LISTS. HEVERSHAM - 25.5.1874 LANGSTONE - 24.2.1895 PLEIONE - 17.7.1879 ADELAIDE - 21.10.1842 Also my husband's family appear on the trip out a year later - Oct 1859 - but that was not the case. In 1959 I moved to Wellington and started work with the NZ Post Office as a Radio Technician. . The New Zealand Company’s first settler ship, the Aurora, arrived at Petone to found the settlement that would become Wellington. . MEDEA - 4.8.1878 JOHN BUNYAN - 9.9.1867 REICHSTAG - 6.8.1874 OPAWA - 12.2.1886 NELSON - 15.10.1885 New Zealand Passenger Lists (Perth DPS).. 1838-1889, 1909-1921 : Auckland Area Passenger Arrivals (New Zealand) (Auckland City Libraries) 1839-1973 : New Zealand, Archives New Zealand, Passenger Lists (familysearch.org) - Images and index of the ship … My mother-in-law's HUGHES came out on the Avalanche from Kent, England. ST LEONARDS - 2.9.1874 - JAN 1861 - 14 people so far PLEIONE - 2.7.1878 My household is minus my better half at the moment, and I am rather tight with time, but I will post later, and attempt to reconcile the EUTERPE page of familytreecircles.com with our records in San Diego, as soon as I can this year. LUNA - 25.3.1843 - 1859 - 3 names (including Captain) LOCH FERGUS - 2.3.1879 INVERCARGILL - 10.12.1888 OAMARU - 20.1.1890 WAITARA - 29.12.1882 THE AUCKLAND - 1.12.1881 ISLE OF ERIN - 28.1.1881 1 immigrant died, 70 immigrants decided to stay in Capetown and the rest, about 54, finally arrived in Wellington on the ANTILLA - 8.12.1841 RIMUTAKA RMS - 14.8.1898 WAIMEA - 19.4.1883 It was planned to be the new colony’s capital city. First visit to Lyttelton Harbour, New Zealand, 1971. ORARI - 4.12.1882 WEATHERSFIELD - 12.10..1896 WAIROA - 18.10.1878 11 Aug 1859 arriving 12 Nov 1859 IRONSIDES - 24.4.1882 The only lists I have of the Zealandia into Lyttelton are.. http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/cgi-bin/paperspast?a=d&d=TC18741119.2.4 It has three main piers: Aotea Quay (2.5 km from the city centre) Queen's Wharf (small ships only) Overseas Terminal; The main cruise port is located on Wellington Harbour near Westpac Stadium. 15 June 1858 arriving 20 Sep 1858 June 30, 1850: Poictiers Passenger List "Maori King Affair parts I & II & III" Please read the message from Chuck Bencik about the voyage of the EUTERPE to Wellington in February 1882 (see above list), For ngairedith and all who looked at my first posting: WAIHORA - 17.1.1883 - need all steerage (21) KAIKOURA - 3.3.1892 HOPE - 7.1.1847 It will be the Navy’s first port call in the “land of the long white cloud” since the mid-1980s, when Wellington refused a port call by the USS Buchanan on … ACASTA - 11.4.1860 VAN DIEMAN - 21.1.1879 "Windships of the Alaska Packers: A Photo Survey part I" June 16, 1849: Berhampore Passenger List - Royal New Zealand Fencibles (1847-1852) September 11, 1849: Larkins Passenger List. ZEALANDIA - 29.9.1885 - now just need the 12 steerage TARAWERA - 30.11.1883 All non-text content is subject to specific conditions. Cruise ships arriving in Wellington New Zealand dock at the Overseas Passenger Terminal. - DEC 1865 - 6 people so far Do you know someone who can help? ROTOMAHANA - 19.1.1883 LONDON - 4.4.1842 AMBROSINE - 22.6.1858- have 8 steerage, is there more? TARANAKI - 15.12.1894 The emigrants collection online - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa EUTERPE - 8.2.1881 HUDSON - 1.2.1887 TURAKINA - 12.11.1892 ACASTA - 11.4.1859 ... p WAITARA - 2.1.1883 Wellington NZ Cruise Port. POSTHUMOUS - 14.3.1843 MANDARIN - 11.12.1843 Hi Meury, unfortunately, I too am still missing that list. NAPIER - 11.11.1866 The following is her passenger list :— She was the largest of the first five ships 3 Sep 1863 arriving 8 Dec 1863 The story of that voyage (I wrote it) is in the Maritime Museum's Quarterly, "Mains'l Haul", entitled ?A Tragic Chapter Revealed? WESTLAND - 31.10.1883 ACASTA - 11.4.1863 SIMLAH - 17.10.1851 Below is a list of immigrant ships with the arrival dates to Wellington, New Zealand up until December 1899 that I HAVEN'T GOT passenger lists for. I hope you find it useful: A common practice. OTAKI - 10.12.1878 ORARI - 14.9.1891 OTAKI - 18.7.1890 - JAN 1869 - 7 people so far EUTERPE - 30.8.1874 KAIKOURA - 17.7.1887 The passenger service connecting Wellington and Picton dates all the way back to 1875. PORT GLASGOW - 24.8.1882 SAGHALIEN - 14.10.1847 IONIC - 13.5.1887 The Adelaide was a 640-ton teak sailing ship built in Calcutta in 1832. MARY CATHERINE - 2.2.1846 ACASTA - 11.4.1864 - DEC 1864 - 1 name, Jane Taylor MONOWAI - 1891 INVERCARGILL - 4.2.1887 NORTHERN MONARCH - 5.6.1897 MERCIA - 31.3.1889 JESSIE READMAN - 17.1.1887 Avalanche 1875 TURAKINA - 3.1.1897 Between 1857 and 1874. MINENA - 6.3.1852 EUTERPE - 29.7.1895 "San Diego Naval Militia" parts I & II & III" A good deal of anxiety was evinced when it was seen from town that the yellow jack was run up to the masthead but by 7pm people were relieved to hear that the disease was not of a more serious character. QUEEN BEE - 14.11.1873 LUTTERWORTH - 10.12.1889 "A Tragic Chapter Revealed" If you know the vessel's name - check Gavin's website 'Immigrant Ships to New … (Xinhua/Guo Lei) I would appreciate your help - thank you MOERAKI - ? cheers Explore Wellington’s world-first, fully-fenced ecosanctuary named by Time Magazine as one of the World's 100 Greatest Places of 2019. HURUNUI - 19.1.1887 VILLALTA - 9.4.1885 MATAURA - 11.2.1885 ORARI - 19.10.1884 JAMES SCOTT - 1.11.1854 ORIENTAL - 31.10.1857 HIMALAYA - 25.2.1895 - *the San Diego Maritime Museum is home to the sailing ships, steam yachts and schooners of yesteryear that will entertain and educate all visitors. "How Cyane Brought the Flag to San Diego" It … Full passenger list and details of journey can be found on the "Papers Past" New Zealand website at: LASTINGHAM - 1.9.1884 (wrecked before berthed) INVERCARGILL - 27.12.1892 I know that you stated that you will have details of all ships not listed here. TURAKINA - 8.1.889 1849 INVERCARGILL - 2.3.1886 HALCIONE - 1.5.1883 SCOTTISH ADMIRAL - 4.9.1885 Fresh provisions were sent on board for the comfort of the immigrants and the passengers were finally landed from quarantine 9th Feb Ships and Migrants Database.Database of the Albertland & District Museum in Wellsford, New Zealand. Which passengers are you particularly looking for? TOLOSA - 1899 OTAKI - 17.10.1885 LISMORE - 1899 HALCIONE - 14.7.1873 Randolph followed that afternoon. http://www.immigrantships.net/v2/1800v2/aorangi18831129.html I direct all to my article in Maritime Museum of San Diego's quarterly, MAINS'L HAUL, Fall 1997 issue, p. 32 ff., entitled "A Tragic Chapter Revealed: EUTERPE's 1883 Voyage to Sydney." WELLINGTON - 22.5.1864 GLENIORA - 2.2.1874 I've just seen a site which has many listings - hope it will help you. These simple steel boxes would change our transport industry, our … IONIC - 26.8.1896 The information in these lists varies over time but usually includes the names of the emigrants, ages, occupations, and destinations. WEATHERSFIELD - 7.12.1895 GOTHIC - 17.3.1897 TONGARIRO - 13.9.1891 We hold a variety of ship records, mostly in Wellington. PLEIONE - 11.9.1882 MEROPE - 16.7.1880 WAIMEA - 18.5.1882 WANGANUI - 7.11.1882 SLAINS CASTLE - 16.2.1845 - MacKay family (10) PRINCE RUPERT - wrecked at the Cape of Good Hope 21.4.1841. OAMARU - 19.1.1892 PEKIN - 26.12.1849 These lists contain the names of the labourers who were recruited to support the development of the settlement. TREVELYN - 25.4.1887 KAIKOURA - 1.2.1897 WAIMEA - 14.2.1884 KAIKOURA - 5.12.1895 In the next short while I plan to track down a copy of the Passengar List & will let you know when I have it. WESTLAND - 31.10.1881 Regards TAINUI - 9.6.1889 HALCIONE - 12.3.1884 RANGITIKI - 22.12.1891 LANGSTONE - 17.2.1894 Dated, Monday 14 December 1885. Finally found the actual passenger list of assisted immigrants! VANGUARD - 22.6.1843 WAIHORA - 24.1.1896 MARY - 14.3.1849 Passenger lists are available for many of the ports of arrival i… LOCHNAGAR - 23.10.1879 (1 passenger) T he First Four Ships carried the Canterbury Association’s first settlers. Speece, Hagman, Irwin, Palmer, Bacher, PIAKO - 29.10.1881 Readers of the MacMullen book, "Star of India, Log of an Iron Ship" need to be cautious about the Appendix, pp. WILD DUCK, all with partial lists: OPAWA - 24.10.1887 ORARI - 14.9.1890 ST LEONARDS - 2.11.1876 The HARRIS' in my tree came out on Slains Castle. MacMullen's first edition was published in 1961, and a large amount of new material has been received on the career of 1863 Euterpe. The owner was J Somes of London. NEW YORK PACKET - 6.3.1843 On reaching the Ocen Mail and hearing the report she was not boarded but was ordered into quarantine immediately and was towed over to Somes Island. IONIC - 8.11.1883 My grandfather Niels Peter Nielsen arrived in Wellington 30 Dec 1889 on the Aorangi. ST LEONARDS - 22.8.1880 GWALIOR - 28.8.1852 LOCH BREDAN - 11.1.1886 If interested I can email it through to you for upload. 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Sir George Seymour arrived on 17 December, followed ten days later by Cressy on 27 December. WAVE QUEEN - 6.10.1880 They arrived in time for Louisa to give birth to her first child in Napier on 26th Feb 1884 about 6 weeks later. PAREORA - 17.7.1879 - articles written by Chuck Bencik for Mains'l Haul (A journal of Pacific Maritime History): STIRLINGSHIRE - 10.9.1880 Hello Ngaire Edith Randolph, Cressy, Sir George Seymour, and Charlotte Jane together carried an estimated 790 passengers. Site has a painting by William Allsworth depicting James Mackay and family in Scotland, shortly before they emigrated to Nelson, New Zealand via the chartered ship Slaines Castle. SCHIEHALLION - 14.7.1873 Her next voyage in late 1882 and 1883 was to Sydney and Newcastle, AUS, and NOT to Wellington, NZ, as published by MacMullen. "Ferry Steamer Berkley KAIKOURA - 28.4.1885 Register or Sign in to comment on this journal. 22 January The San Diego Maritime Museum houses historic ships, models, artifacts and exhibits about the history of the sea and the fishing and commercial ships of San Diego Wakefield hoped to make the settlement the capital of New Zealand and was disappointed when Governor William Hobson chose Auckland instead. Join over 170,000 others who are connecting with their cousins and common researchers! 1995 Wellington [N.Z.] IONIC - 27.7.1898 Good Luck! IONIC - 18.11.1895 HERMIONE - 18.9.1897 IONIC - 31.5.1897 IONIC - 6.3.1898 OPAWA - 8.1.1885 IONIC - 30.6.1895 HINEMOA - 28.12.1892 RAKAIA - 27.2.1877 Lists of passengers leaving England before 1890 do not survive. If you want to find names of persons who sailed on Euterpe/Star of India, simply go to this site: the EUTERPE/Star of India Index ALSO TRY: NEW ZEALAND. TURAKINA - 24.11.1895 The Pacific Steamship Company's R.M.S. When the ship London, 700 tons, Captain Henry Shuttleworth, arrived at Wellington, on December 12, 1840, she was the largest vessel that had up to that time entered the port, or probably that had visited New Zealand. CHARGERCHAZZ, thanks to Tessa on the 5-1-2011, the passengers of the INDIAN QUEEN into Wellington on 31 Jan 1857 can now be viewed It was a combined steam and sail ship. It may have been the maiden voyage to New Zealand for this first ship called Aorangi. OAMARU - 19.11.1898 IONIC - 20.1.1885 They do not usually include the New Zealand Company shareholders. LORD WILLIAM BENTINCK - Gravesend to Wellington 1841. HURUNUI - 12.1.1881 Southeron. MERCIA - 29.6.1884 INVERALLAN - 28.5.1874 LOCHNAGAR - 23.6.1867 OPAWA - 8.3.1893 PAREORA - 1.7.1880 SOUKAR - 28.12.1896 Cheers, Judy, SOURCE TELEGRAM. LUTTERWORTH - 18.12.1893 Your list of arrivals in Wellington shows her first arrival as 17 Jan 1884. National Library of New Zealand. That would have been the same sailing. IONIC - 28.10.1885 I am going to FamilyTreeCircles and asking that the Moderator delete, that is to say, remove totally the first submission I sent. She took 121 days over the voyage, … British and Irish immigration 1840-1914 – British & Irish immigration, 1840-1914Summary – British & Irish immigration, 1840-1914A separate Crown colony – Taming the frontierThe Port Nicholson purchase – War in WellingtonEdward Gibbon WakefieldWellington Centennial Memorial Building – 100 New Zealand PlacesWilliam WakefieldEdward Jerningham Wakefield, 'European settlers arrive in Wellington ', URL: https://nzhistory.govt.nz/wellington-anniversary-day, (Ministry for Culture and Heritage), updated 24-Sep-2020. PLEIONE - 31.3.1877 ZEALANDIA - 15.9.1889 "Invader: Schooner with a Past" Euterpe did not go to Wellington and never did arrive at Wellington in February of 1882. The AVALANCHE is very useful - the only Slains Castle I can find on that yesteryears link was for 1841. PLEIONE - 22.10.1884 LUTTERWORTH - 6.12.1892 STAR OF INDIA - 10.11.1874 This web site will have other lists as well. Most cruise ships arriving into Wellington berth at Aotea Quay, a 20 minute walk from the central city. All passenger lists held by us in Wellington have been digitised and are available through the FamilySearch website under ‘New Zealand Immigration Passenger Lists’. PLEIONE - 19.11.1895 September 18, 1849: Oriental Queen - Royal New Zealand Fencibles (1847-1852) 1850 Population: 65,650 Māori and 22,108. 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Hi there I have a list for the ship 'Victory' that arrived in Wellington in May 1884. They're local travel experts and can help book a range of sights and activities, transport and tours throughout the region and beyond.. THIS DESTINATION OF WELLINGTON (expected to occur in 1883) was incorrect, and the record on that was only recently corrected. PLEIADES - 12.1.1876 REIHERSTEIG - 6.8.1874 SIR JOHN FRANKLIN - 22.11.1842 Regards INVERCARGILL - 20.2.1884 PAREORA - 20.4.1881 NOTES NORTHHAMPTON - 12.4.1877 RAKAIA - 4.11.1890 STAR OF ERIN - 3.3.1891 23 Sep 1870 arriving 23 Dec 1870 MARGARET GALBRAITH - 30.6,1891 Chat to Wellington's friendly i-SITE Visitor team about making the most of your visit to Wellington. KNIGHT TEMPLAR - 1899 During my 5 years in that job I discovered that in the book "Star of India Log of an Iron Ship" (a book about the immigrant ship Euterpe by Jerry MacMullen - first printed 1961), that he made a mistake: the voyage listed in the appendix in the back as "London - [dep] Oct. 19, '81 - [To] Wellington [Returned to] Liverpool" did not happen as listed. Mr. Montgomery and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Owen, Mr. and Mrs. Cureton and children, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Mr and Mrs. Lazier, Mr. and Mrs. Mason, ACASTA - 11.4.1868 MADRAS - 3.9.1846 KAIKOURA - 18.6.1889 ACASTA - 11.4.1862 Zealandia from San Francisco 25th November, arrived AUCKLAND at 6.30 a. m.; the voyage from Honolulu occupied twenty-five hours longer than that of the Alameda. IONIC - 27.12.1886 REULLURA - 18.6.1859 The records of port arrivals and departures of migrants are called passenger lists. I do hope so, because I do wonder about one of the Zealandia's voyages. Incidentally, the library at the Maritime Museum in San Diego has a complete collection of all the newspapers from the various ports she sailed to, to which immigrants arrived and each paper gives a list of passenger names and other details about those voyages. The arrival of the first four ships, painted by William Menzies Gibb (1859-1931) in 1900. - JAN 1860 - now complete WAIMEA - 2.2.1888 Re- STILL & RIO - 1883 Late in 1839 William Wakefield, the company’s New Zealand agent, sailed from Wellington in search of more land, leaving instructions for the settlement to be laid out around Lambton Harbour. PRINZ ALBERT - 30.8.1886 LOWESTOFT - 10.1.1843 GERALDINE PAGET - 5.6.1880 NELSON - 28.11.1893 VALPARAISO - 1891 HUDSON - 21.3.1891 I think that I can now link the names previously given, but need more detail to prove this. WAIMATE - 13.3.1892 HIMALAYA - 6.12.1889 LUTERWORTH - 24.1.1896 Columbus New Zealand was part of a worldwide revolution in shipping. ST LEONARDS - 27.9.1879 MARY CATHERINE - 15.5.1840 PATICIAN - 5.5.1853 As you walk through the home of native and rare wildlife, it’s easy to forget that you’re just ten minutes’ drive from the city. >> Sign in or Sign up now for free to remove this ad! NELSON - 4.2.1847 European settlers arrive in Wellington. 19 April 1849: New Zealand Settler Ships - Ennerdale 1849. Cressy had taken longer because … Archives New Zealand Head Office Wellington holds passenger lists for nearly all ships arriving in New Zealand for the period 1883-1973. Not comprehensive. ZEALANDIA - 11.12.1894 INDIANA - 14.12.1858 ACASTA - 11.4.1866 SOUTHERN CROSS - 24.3.1856 - photos of the Star of India formerly the Euterpe the undisputed star of the museum This information is based on original NZ Company Passengers To Nelson manifests and shipping lists published in The Nelson Examiner newspaper 1841-1850. The resources used to create this database can be accessed at the Museum's Research Facility if you would more information please contact library@museumnp.org.nz . FORMOSA - 4.9.1885 REGINA - 31.8.1841 All Rights Reserved. Messrs. Capper, Schleicher, Brockway. I confused two of the voyages of the Ramsey IOM iron hull 1863 EUTERPE, claiming that part of the material in the Euterpe page was flawed. EXCELSIOR - 9.7.1872 JOHN McVICAR - 31.11.1857 HIMALAYA - 24.11.1877 They were listed as 'JUSTIN' not 'TUSTIN' ZEALANDIA - 6.10.1893. ngairedith has been a Family Tree Circles member since Feb 2008. New Zealand Yesteryears, Thank you Ally, A cousin of my husband has been trying for years to get a passenger list for the "Hastings" and so far the only one he has found was what i have mentioned above. PLEIONE - 27.12.1885 LANARKSHIRE - 8.5.1862 HERSCHEL - 23.10.1875 The Librarian's name is Dr. Kevin Sheehan and he is a very friendly Aussie. RALPH BERNAL - 28.6.1846 LURLINE - 12.6.1884 MAORI - 17.1.1898 GUINEVERE - 20.12.1887 HEROES OF ALMA - 3.5.1857 HIGHLAND GLEN - 28.5.1885 ACASTA - 11.4.1867 MALAY - 27.10.1872 What name were you looking for? MIDLOTHIAN - 25.8.1876 New Zealand newspapers on microfilm. SYDNEY - 31.5.1844 OPAWA - 26.2.1895 Upon arrival, you will be greeted by friendly and helpful locals who can supply you with maps and important information such as where to find money changing facilities. PLEIADES - 1.1.1879 ORARI - 24.11.1883 March saw a greater number of ships arrive at Wellington, among them USS MOUNT VERNON (AP-22) after delivering 5000 men of the 32 Infantry Division to Adelaide. SEA SNAKE - 25.5.1855 - DEC 1862 - 9 people so far I retired from *San Diego Maritime Museum as Librarian in 2002. KAIKOURA - 10.10.1898 HELEN DENNY - 18.12.1884 3 Feb 1862 arriving 23 May 1862 MARINER - 22.5.1850 Some smaller ships dock at Queen’s Wharf, right in the centre of the city. TURAKINA - 1.12.1886 OAMARU - 7.5.1886 The Star, Christchurch Thursday 4 June 1891 page 2 Death - WILSON - Departed at the age of 31, Alfred Wilson, the beloved son of Alfred and Augusta Wilson, of Yaldhurst, at 10 mins past 7pm, June 2nd. however, that one arrived into Nelson on 7 Nov 1874 and is available on line. HANNAH - 29.8.1842 WAVE QUEEN - 3.2.1886 WAVE QUEEN - 7.9.1881 SHIPS TO NEW ZEALAND. "A Star Skipper" parts I & II HASTINGS - 16.2.1858 Meet the NZHistory.net.nz team, Plan for Wellington, 1840 (Archives New Zealand, Ref: LS2044), British and Irish immigration 1840-1914 – British & Irish immigration, 1840-1914, Summary – British & Irish immigration, 1840-1914, A separate Crown colony – Taming the frontier, The Port Nicholson purchase – War in Wellington, Wellington Centennial Memorial Building – 100 New Zealand Places, Wakefield and the NZ Company (Chch City Libraries), Image of settlement ships (Alexander Turnbull Library), Plan of Town of Wellington - 1840 (Archives NZ Flickr), Petone (landing point for the first Wellington settlers). PETER STUART - 25.8.1884 The holiday commemorates the arrival of the first settler ship to New Zealand on Jan. 22, 1840. ORARI - 16.9.1878 NAVARINO - 1.4.1843 cheers YJS, My husband's great/great grandmother and her daughter came to Wellington on the "Hastings" on the 15/16 Feb 1858. HELEN DENNY - 19.11.1885 PLEIONE - 27.10.1883 LADY JOCELYN - 21.12.1882 PUDSEY DAWSON - 23.12.1854 It was a combined steam and sail ship. OPAWA - 20.3.1882 NELSON - 26.11.1892 MEROPE - 21.3.1882 WESTLAND - 17.9.1895 RANGITIKEI - 20.5.1885 SHEPERDESS - 6.12.1842 WAIROA - 4.11.1879 The company hoped to create an orderly centre, but early Wellington was chaotic. WAVE QUEEN - 30.8.1883 KAIKOURA - 3.12.1887 PHILIP LAING - 23.12.1856 ACASTA - 11.4.1865 VICTORY - 25.5.1884 MATAURA - 11.3.1886 (1 passenger) Captain Arnold was formerly in command of the Fifeshire, the first Nelson immigrant ship. LADY LEIGH - 7.5.1843 The First Four Ships A project by The Press, Christchurch, to identify and gather information on the passengers of The First Four Ships to colonise Christchurch and Canterbury. Hi OPAWA - 16.4.1894 MARINER - 25.11.1856 TURAKINA - 5.12.1890 Set up to promote a British colony in New Zealand, the New Zealand Company chose Wellington as its first organised settlement. MATAURA - 17.10.1897 Hi, Port of Wellington. However I am still trying to find an Elizabeth Mantel who arrived in NZ approximately 1867 or 1868 aged 17 or 18 yrs. TIMARU - 26.7.1883 Nearly all Luxfords in New Zealand are descended from this original emigrant family. That would have been the same sailing. LIST OF SHIPS CONVEYING ASSISTED EMIGRANTS FROM SCANDINAVIA TO NEW ZEALAND 1870 - 1876. eventually run-holders in the Wairarapa and Manawatu. MONTMORENCY - 1.4.1858 PENSHAW - 29.3.1876 Immigrant Ships to New Zealand From Countries Other than UK and Ireland 1835-1910 Migrant Ships Arriving in New Zealand 1839-1860 by Perth DPS (Australia); over 100 NZ passenger lists of ships that arrived in Auckland, Bluff, Dunedin, Napier, Nelson, New Plymouth, Otago, Port Nicholson, Timaru, Wanganui and Wellington The one I am (still) looking for arrived into Wellington 2 Feb 1874 and I have added a little info about its arrival (see list), My GG Grandfather John TUSTIN Wife and 4 children came on the 'OCEAN MAIL' to Wellington 2/2/1874. GRASMERE - 5.8.1897 Commercial re-use may be allowed on request. RAKAIA - 20.10.1880 VILLALTA - 11.1.1884 "Strange Affair of the Itata parts I & II" Euterpe instead went to Sydney, Australia, then to Newcastle, Australia, to San Francisco, then to London, returning around 1st March 1884. FERNGLEN - 5.1.1879 "Scandinavians and Chinese on the Star of India" HIMALAYA - 27.10.1888 SISTERS - 6.12.1842 WAIROA - 25.8.1889 - JAN 1865 - 22 people so far 33:No. This design – drawn up sight unseen in London – was never Implemented. KAIKOURA - 6.11.1889 1972 October 3 Departed Southampton for Wellington … The Association, founded in 1848 and guided by Edward Gibbon Wakefield and John Robert Godley, imagined the founding of an Anglican Church settlement in New Zealand comprising a cross-section of English society. RUAPEHU - 6.11.1887 THAMES - 12.6.1872 RUAPEHU - 13.10.1889 Wellington did eventually become the capital in 1865. MYRTLE - 31.1.1857 PLEIONE - 25.12.1880 - JAN 1880 - 1 name, Mr Gasford/Gosford NELSON - 27.11.1897 MARTHA RIDGWAY - 30.3.1842 MARGARET GALBRAITH - 7.2.1878 MAY QUEEN - 6.1.1883 RENFREWSHIRE - 13.2.1878 TONGARIRO - 30.12.1892 - JAN 1862 - 9 people so far MARY S AMES - 1890 OLSEN - 18.2.1889 That voyage began from London on Oct. 9, 1882 and she made a stop at Plymouth for additional passengers and the usual medical inspections, then arrived at Sydney harbor Feb. 6, 1883; was placed in quaranteen due to a very bad outbreak of scarlet fever and the deaths of 10 persons aboard, including the ship's steward; sailed March 16, 1883 for Newcastle, clearing Sydney Heads on 19.3.1883; departed Newcastle 27.4.1883 with 992 tons coal; was in San Francisco September 1883; and arrived at Liverpool March 3, 1884. Probably Gravesend was port of departure. 1971 May 19 Arrived at Southampton. HOWRAH - 9.11.1875 WAIROA - 29.8.1883 I know that passenger lists exist because I have details from them, but no sources were ever given. EXCELSIOR - 18.9.1868 I'm looking for a Frances Lawrence (aged 16) on the Waitara in 1877-1879. PLEIONE - 17.8.1889 In addition, about another 60 worked their passage on the ships or deserted and disembarked. WARWICK - 22.2.1876 THE AUCKLAND - 10.5.1884 1971 May 13 Fancy Dress Ball. WAIMEA - 23.8.1879 HIMALAYA - 8.11.1887 - did not bring passengers OAMARU - 14.9.1895 Named for the first Duke of Wellington, the victor of the 1815 Battle of Waterloo, the new town was part of the New Zealand Company’s systematic model of colonisation developed by Edwin Gibbon Wakefield. That is possibly still the case, in my mind, but I have to be more clear, and do more research into my survey of her logs and papers before I put out any comprehensive claims about our EUTERPE. ORARI - 26.11.1888 WANGANUI - 12.8.1886 Home - MAY 1873 - 1 name, Mr Flowers/Powers ACASTA - 11.4.1861 PERTHSHIRE - 3.1.1883 INDEMNITY - 18.7.1842 OCEAN MAIL - 2.2.1874 - Brought 323 immigrants (245 adults). USS TALAMANCIA (AF-15) made the first of many visits to New Zealand when she arrived in Wellington on 16 March. RINGAROOMA - 1879 IONIC - 12.12.1898 Omajen, OCEAN MAIL. ST VINCENT - 1.1.1869 INVERCAARGILL - 13.11.1896 They even named their 7th child who was born and died on the ship 'Avalanche'. SHAKESPEARE - 12.3.1886 She sailed 4 October 1864 and arrived in Lyttelton 9 January 1865. INDIAN QUEEN - 30.1.1857 - now complete, thanks to Tessa Share this: © 1999-2019 FamilyTreeCircles.com. WANGANUI - 22.9.1887 NELSON - 21.5.1891 STATELY - 9.9.1852 I feel very sure that EUTERPE, "our EUTERPE/launched 1863 at Ramsey IOM," made a London Voyage departure October 19, 1881, to Wellington, and that she subsequently went to Lyttelton, Dunkirk, and finally arrived at London on Sept. 7, 1882. NORTHUMBERLAND - 25.12.1880 ZEALANDIA - 18.7.1884 PERTHSHIRE - 23.1.1882 My family arrived on this ship, then carried on their journey via the Rotomahana to Port Chalmers. - JAN 1870 - 8 people so far MERCIA - 7.11.1882 DENISE AND PETERS PASSENGER LISTS. HEVERSHAM - 25.5.1874 LANGSTONE - 24.2.1895 PLEIONE - 17.7.1879 ADELAIDE - 21.10.1842 Also my husband's family appear on the trip out a year later - Oct 1859 - but that was not the case. In 1959 I moved to Wellington and started work with the NZ Post Office as a Radio Technician. . The New Zealand Company’s first settler ship, the Aurora, arrived at Petone to found the settlement that would become Wellington. . MEDEA - 4.8.1878 JOHN BUNYAN - 9.9.1867 REICHSTAG - 6.8.1874 OPAWA - 12.2.1886 NELSON - 15.10.1885 New Zealand Passenger Lists (Perth DPS).. 1838-1889, 1909-1921 : Auckland Area Passenger Arrivals (New Zealand) (Auckland City Libraries) 1839-1973 : New Zealand, Archives New Zealand, Passenger Lists (familysearch.org) - Images and index of the ship … My mother-in-law's HUGHES came out on the Avalanche from Kent, England. ST LEONARDS - 2.9.1874 - JAN 1861 - 14 people so far PLEIONE - 2.7.1878 My household is minus my better half at the moment, and I am rather tight with time, but I will post later, and attempt to reconcile the EUTERPE page of familytreecircles.com with our records in San Diego, as soon as I can this year. LUNA - 25.3.1843 - 1859 - 3 names (including Captain) LOCH FERGUS - 2.3.1879 INVERCARGILL - 10.12.1888 OAMARU - 20.1.1890 WAITARA - 29.12.1882 THE AUCKLAND - 1.12.1881 ISLE OF ERIN - 28.1.1881 1 immigrant died, 70 immigrants decided to stay in Capetown and the rest, about 54, finally arrived in Wellington on the ANTILLA - 8.12.1841 RIMUTAKA RMS - 14.8.1898 WAIMEA - 19.4.1883 It was planned to be the new colony’s capital city. First visit to Lyttelton Harbour, New Zealand, 1971. ORARI - 4.12.1882 WEATHERSFIELD - 12.10..1896 WAIROA - 18.10.1878 11 Aug 1859 arriving 12 Nov 1859 IRONSIDES - 24.4.1882 The only lists I have of the Zealandia into Lyttelton are.. http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/cgi-bin/paperspast?a=d&d=TC18741119.2.4 It has three main piers: Aotea Quay (2.5 km from the city centre) Queen's Wharf (small ships only) Overseas Terminal; The main cruise port is located on Wellington Harbour near Westpac Stadium. 15 June 1858 arriving 20 Sep 1858 June 30, 1850: Poictiers Passenger List "Maori King Affair parts I & II & III" Please read the message from Chuck Bencik about the voyage of the EUTERPE to Wellington in February 1882 (see above list), For ngairedith and all who looked at my first posting: WAIHORA - 17.1.1883 - need all steerage (21) KAIKOURA - 3.3.1892 HOPE - 7.1.1847 It will be the Navy’s first port call in the “land of the long white cloud” since the mid-1980s, when Wellington refused a port call by the USS Buchanan on … ACASTA - 11.4.1860 VAN DIEMAN - 21.1.1879 "Windships of the Alaska Packers: A Photo Survey part I" June 16, 1849: Berhampore Passenger List - Royal New Zealand Fencibles (1847-1852) September 11, 1849: Larkins Passenger List. ZEALANDIA - 29.9.1885 - now just need the 12 steerage TARAWERA - 30.11.1883 All non-text content is subject to specific conditions. Cruise ships arriving in Wellington New Zealand dock at the Overseas Passenger Terminal. - DEC 1865 - 6 people so far Do you know someone who can help? ROTOMAHANA - 19.1.1883 LONDON - 4.4.1842 AMBROSINE - 22.6.1858- have 8 steerage, is there more? TARANAKI - 15.12.1894 The emigrants collection online - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa EUTERPE - 8.2.1881 HUDSON - 1.2.1887 TURAKINA - 12.11.1892 ACASTA - 11.4.1859 ... p WAITARA - 2.1.1883 Wellington NZ Cruise Port. POSTHUMOUS - 14.3.1843 MANDARIN - 11.12.1843 Hi Meury, unfortunately, I too am still missing that list. NAPIER - 11.11.1866 The following is her passenger list :— She was the largest of the first five ships 3 Sep 1863 arriving 8 Dec 1863 The story of that voyage (I wrote it) is in the Maritime Museum's Quarterly, "Mains'l Haul", entitled ?A Tragic Chapter Revealed? WESTLAND - 31.10.1883 ACASTA - 11.4.1863 SIMLAH - 17.10.1851 Below is a list of immigrant ships with the arrival dates to Wellington, New Zealand up until December 1899 that I HAVEN'T GOT passenger lists for. I hope you find it useful: A common practice. OTAKI - 10.12.1878 ORARI - 14.9.1891 OTAKI - 18.7.1890 - JAN 1869 - 7 people so far EUTERPE - 30.8.1874 KAIKOURA - 17.7.1887 The passenger service connecting Wellington and Picton dates all the way back to 1875. PORT GLASGOW - 24.8.1882 SAGHALIEN - 14.10.1847 IONIC - 13.5.1887 The Adelaide was a 640-ton teak sailing ship built in Calcutta in 1832. MARY CATHERINE - 2.2.1846 ACASTA - 11.4.1864 - DEC 1864 - 1 name, Jane Taylor MONOWAI - 1891 INVERCARGILL - 4.2.1887 NORTHERN MONARCH - 5.6.1897 MERCIA - 31.3.1889 JESSIE READMAN - 17.1.1887 Avalanche 1875 TURAKINA - 3.1.1897 Between 1857 and 1874. MINENA - 6.3.1852 EUTERPE - 29.7.1895 "San Diego Naval Militia" parts I & II & III" A good deal of anxiety was evinced when it was seen from town that the yellow jack was run up to the masthead but by 7pm people were relieved to hear that the disease was not of a more serious character. QUEEN BEE - 14.11.1873 LUTTERWORTH - 10.12.1889 "A Tragic Chapter Revealed" If you know the vessel's name - check Gavin's website 'Immigrant Ships to New … (Xinhua/Guo Lei) I would appreciate your help - thank you MOERAKI - ? cheers Explore Wellington’s world-first, fully-fenced ecosanctuary named by Time Magazine as one of the World's 100 Greatest Places of 2019. HURUNUI - 19.1.1887 VILLALTA - 9.4.1885 MATAURA - 11.2.1885 ORARI - 19.10.1884 JAMES SCOTT - 1.11.1854 ORIENTAL - 31.10.1857 HIMALAYA - 25.2.1895 - *the San Diego Maritime Museum is home to the sailing ships, steam yachts and schooners of yesteryear that will entertain and educate all visitors. "How Cyane Brought the Flag to San Diego" It … Full passenger list and details of journey can be found on the "Papers Past" New Zealand website at: LASTINGHAM - 1.9.1884 (wrecked before berthed) INVERCARGILL - 27.12.1892 I know that you stated that you will have details of all ships not listed here. TURAKINA - 8.1.889 1849 INVERCARGILL - 2.3.1886 HALCIONE - 1.5.1883 SCOTTISH ADMIRAL - 4.9.1885 Fresh provisions were sent on board for the comfort of the immigrants and the passengers were finally landed from quarantine 9th Feb Ships and Migrants Database.Database of the Albertland & District Museum in Wellsford, New Zealand. Which passengers are you particularly looking for? TOLOSA - 1899 OTAKI - 17.10.1885 LISMORE - 1899 HALCIONE - 14.7.1873 Randolph followed that afternoon. http://www.immigrantships.net/v2/1800v2/aorangi18831129.html I direct all to my article in Maritime Museum of San Diego's quarterly, MAINS'L HAUL, Fall 1997 issue, p. 32 ff., entitled "A Tragic Chapter Revealed: EUTERPE's 1883 Voyage to Sydney." WELLINGTON - 22.5.1864 GLENIORA - 2.2.1874 I've just seen a site which has many listings - hope it will help you. These simple steel boxes would change our transport industry, our … IONIC - 26.8.1896 The information in these lists varies over time but usually includes the names of the emigrants, ages, occupations, and destinations. WEATHERSFIELD - 7.12.1895 GOTHIC - 17.3.1897 TONGARIRO - 13.9.1891 We hold a variety of ship records, mostly in Wellington. PLEIONE - 11.9.1882 MEROPE - 16.7.1880 WAIMEA - 18.5.1882 WANGANUI - 7.11.1882 SLAINS CASTLE - 16.2.1845 - MacKay family (10) PRINCE RUPERT - wrecked at the Cape of Good Hope 21.4.1841. OAMARU - 19.1.1892 PEKIN - 26.12.1849 These lists contain the names of the labourers who were recruited to support the development of the settlement. TREVELYN - 25.4.1887 KAIKOURA - 1.2.1897 WAIMEA - 14.2.1884 KAIKOURA - 5.12.1895 In the next short while I plan to track down a copy of the Passengar List & will let you know when I have it. WESTLAND - 31.10.1881 Regards TAINUI - 9.6.1889 HALCIONE - 12.3.1884 RANGITIKI - 22.12.1891 LANGSTONE - 17.2.1894 Dated, Monday 14 December 1885. Finally found the actual passenger list of assisted immigrants! VANGUARD - 22.6.1843 WAIHORA - 24.1.1896 MARY - 14.3.1849 Passenger lists are available for many of the ports of arrival i… LOCHNAGAR - 23.10.1879 (1 passenger) T he First Four Ships carried the Canterbury Association’s first settlers. Speece, Hagman, Irwin, Palmer, Bacher, PIAKO - 29.10.1881 Readers of the MacMullen book, "Star of India, Log of an Iron Ship" need to be cautious about the Appendix, pp. WILD DUCK, all with partial lists: OPAWA - 24.10.1887 ORARI - 14.9.1890 ST LEONARDS - 2.11.1876 The HARRIS' in my tree came out on Slains Castle. MacMullen's first edition was published in 1961, and a large amount of new material has been received on the career of 1863 Euterpe. The owner was J Somes of London. NEW YORK PACKET - 6.3.1843 On reaching the Ocen Mail and hearing the report she was not boarded but was ordered into quarantine immediately and was towed over to Somes Island. IONIC - 8.11.1883 My grandfather Niels Peter Nielsen arrived in Wellington 30 Dec 1889 on the Aorangi. ST LEONARDS - 22.8.1880 GWALIOR - 28.8.1852 LOCH BREDAN - 11.1.1886 If interested I can email it through to you for upload. 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