Arrival of the "Royal Stuart" 1864
The Southern Cross 27th January 1864 page 2
Port of Auckland Arrival
Royal Stuart, ship, from London.
28 Jan - Otago, s.s., 700 tons, Smith, from Sydney - I.C.R.M. Company, agents.
The Royal Stuart, of London, 761 tons register, Captain Thomas Cornwell, consigned to Messrs Brown, Campbell and Co., left the Downs on October 20th, passed the Eddystone on October 25th, crossed the Equator on November 19...
The Royal Stuart brings 14 cabin, 13 second cabin and 42 steerage passengers. A cabin passenger, Miss Wrigg, whose father and family are passengers, died from consumption, on the day the ship lay at Deal. Her body was taken ashore and buried near Deal. No births on board.
Passengers: Chief Cabin: Murphy Burges Proule George and Robert Simpson Captain Weeks Annie and Bessie Wrigg Henry Wrigg Frederick Wrigg Lionel R. Wrigg Alfred A. Wrigg Lavina S.A. Wrigg Fanney E. Wrigg Henrietta Wrigg Emma Wrigg Mary
Second Cabin: Berry William Berry Henrietta Berry William Berry David G. Bovey Edward Bovey Herbert Bovey Ellen Craig Burney Dorey John Hargrove Alfred Hughes Henry Williams F.J. Wilson Andrew
Enclosed Steerage: Bays Sarah Crawford John Crawford Martha Crawford Lettia Crawford Joseph Crawford John Holmes William McBinn Richard Morley Robert Morley Douglas Morley William Morley Mary Morley Frank Morley Mary Morley Emma Symonds Henry Symonds Mary
Open Steerage: Avis George and Mrs Bale William and Mary Boardman Abraham, Esther, Mary B. Alfred Gartlan Jacob Johnson Robert Legg George McDonald Alexander Mager Robert Murphy John, Alice, Elizabeth, Manrice, Annie and Robert H., Peyton Thomas Smith Thomas, Thomas, William, Henry Vuglar John Willis James