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Christchurch NZ - shipping - William
Davie - from Glasgow
Monday 2 July 1877 page 2
Shipping 1 July "Wm. Davie" ship, 841 tons, McAllister from Glasgow, Edwards, Bennett & Co. Agents.
Passengers - Saloon -
Mrs E. Lovegrove, Mrs Walker,
Misses E.Walker, M.Walker, S.H.Walker, Bird, A.E.Lovegrove,
M.F.Lovegrove, E.Lovegrove, G.Lovegrove, M.C.Lovegrove, Messers E.
Parker, G.D.Walker, W.Walker, F.C.Richardson, A. Arndt, J.F.Lovegrove,
Second cabin -
Messers - B.R.Vachell & J.M.Clarke,
Steerage - Miss K.Flynn, Messers H.Frazer, A.Denby, A.Miller.
1 July 1877 - Wanganui - ship 1100 tons, Watt, from London. N.Z. Shipping Co. Agents.
Passengers - saloon -
Miss Brady, Mrs Glassford, & 3 children, Archdeacon Thorpe, Messers A.W.Steele, O.J.Ayton, W.F.Hunt, W.Hunt,
C.A.Schmitz?, R.Wood, Thos. Robilliard, W.F.Mossman, Bray.
2nd cabin -
Captain Browne, Mrs Brown & family, Mrs Adeney? Messers G.Meyer, J.Black, L.Simmonds, M.A.King.
Mesdames Head & child, Best & child,
Messers S.Burrell, F.G.Rutland, Chas. Spakeman? David Strong.
Messers O.Shuttleworth, hermann, Hauptfleisch? A.Ross, J.Hendry, O.M.Bottolson? D.C.Jansen, P.Williams.
Ship Wanganui - from London -
------- one death occured during passage, that of William BARTON, a 3rd class passenger who died 14 April from
pericarditis? and was buried the same day. The ship was delayed at commencement of voyage owing to death of the
cook David FRASER age 28 who succumbed to pneumonia,
in the channel ---- 40 passengers, left London March 20
a very long column also the whole page very hard to read in parts.
21 May 2005