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Lyttelton Times   -   18 February   1860   -  

AMBROSINE 
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Arrived 15 February  1860  -  barque Ambrosine,  Captain Parsons -     left  London 27 October,  Gravesend on 29th October 1859

Chief Cabin Passengers  -     Mr,  Mrs,  and Misses Abbott  (4)          Mr Revans,  Misses Revans (3)  and Master Revins

Steerage 
-  Charles & Harriett Bax:   Frederick Putron:   J.Dunlop:    J.Wynd:    G.Gardner:   George Irons:  W.Baker;    Chas. Ribman.

Provincial Government Immigrants 
Married Couples  - 
Daniel Butler, farmer,  Limerick,  wife and child:                     Thomas Osborn, gardener,  Kent,  wife and 2 children.;     
Chas. McNicoll,  shoemaker, Scotland and wife;                     Edward Shaw,  wife and 3 children;                      
Henry Morley, farm labourer, Suffolk,  wife and child.             William Grigson, farm labourer, Suffolk,  wife & child;            
William Vague, farm labourer, wife and child;                            Jonathon Bugg, ploughman,  wife and 3 children;           
Thomas Crow, farm labourer, Essex, wife and 7 children;           Edward Joden and wife;              
Thos Holmes, farm labourer, and wife.                                     John Green, labourer, Suffolk, and wife;

Single Men -
Edward Yeomans, labourer, Stafford and 2 children;           Charles Morley and Samuel Rolfe, labourers;              Alexander Matthew, farm labourer, Forfar;   William Reeves, farm labourer, Kent;             James McMorran and John Lowcock, shepherds, Lanark;           Richard Forster,  farm labourer, Kinross;

Single Women -
Mary Herbert;       Mary Morley,  domestic servants, Stafford;              Ann Grigson,   Mary Anne Bugg, domestic servants, Suffolk;    
Ann Matthew, domestic servant, Forfar;           Eliza Cummings, house-keeper,  Middlesex;          Fanny Clements, domestic servant;  
Sarah Lovatt,  domestic servant, Stafford;           Mary Close and 2 children, Durham.


Lyttelton Times    -    29 February   1860 
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DERWENTWATER 

Left Gravesend  9 December 1860  for Wellington  & Canterbury  -   70 passengers  -  including some Provincial Government Immigrants

Cabin Passengers  -
Mr William B.Langbridge,         Mr Henry Arglis and wife;         Mr John Wilkinson;       Mr John Innes;        Rev. R.H.Codrington;       Rev. H.Turton;  
Mrs Caroline Wilkinson;       Mr Norward;       Mr Wilson Wilkinson;       Mr Wm Moore;      Master John & Henry Wilkinson;          Dr Grey.

Beverley Evans
Christchurch NZ
23 May 2011

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