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From: "Margaret Couch" <>
Subject: [NZ] Passenger List "Warwick" 1867 ex Auckland
Date: Thu, 28 Jun 2007 14:53:26 +1200
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A search through Papers Past found the list for the Warwick leaving Auckland
for London in 1867. She only had 47 passengers on board and a large cargo of
gum, timber, whale oil, wool, hides and Adelaide wheat (there was also a
case of curiosities valued at £20) total value £44,530, the agent was D.
Nathan.

Clipper ship, “Warwick” Passenger List,
Auckland – London
Left Auckland, July 12 1867, Capt. Smith.

Transcribed from the Daily Southern Cross, 11 July 1867 (list also published
on July 12th). http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/bin/papers?name=TSC


CABIN
Smith, Mrs
Brasier-Creagh M.T., Captain R.A.
Moorhouse, Lieutenant John M.T.
Webb Messrs S.H. and W.T.
Maughan, Mrs S.
Maughan, Master Thomas
Maughan, Master W.E.
Maughan, Master Frank
Maughan, Miss Alice C.
Wilson, Mr W.
Wilson, Mrs Eliza
Anderson, Rev. A.
Anderson, Mrs.
Anderson, Miss Eliza
Anderson, Miss Jane
Lowe, Miss Jane

STEERAGE
Freestone, Mrs Elizabeth
Dye, Mrs Mary
Brown, Mrs Mary P.
Witney, Mrs Annie C.
Pegler, James*
Pegler, Mrs Louisa*
Brooks, James
Brooks, James
Brooks, Jane
Mitchell, Charles
Bannatyne, James
Penn, William
Brooks, J.C.
Savage, John
Nicol, R.N.
George, T.
Jackson, Samuel
Green, E.J.
Thompson, Thomas
Urch, Charles
Price, Charles
Smith, Alfred
Surmeran, John
Lancaster, W.
Slater, James
Slater, Mrs
Slater, Misses (3)

The couple listed as James and Louisa Pegler were my great grandparents,
John and Eliza Pegler, without checking the ship’s manifest it isn’t clear
if the names are a reporter’s error or if they sailed under these names.
Unlisted, but also on the voyage was Allen Pegler, the 2 year old son of
John and Eliza.

 

Margaret Couch


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