Ship: 665 Tons
Surgeon Superintendent: H J Philips
Sailed London 17th November 1851 - arrived Wellington 1st March 1852
Lyttelton 19th March 1852
Port Chalmers 4th may 1852
Two ships bearing the name Agra
visited New Zealand. The first was a new vessel built at Sunderland in 1851 and was owned
by Lidgett and Sons of London. She sailed from Gravesend on 17th November and Plymouth on
the 28th arriving Port Nicholson 1st March and Lyttelton 19th March. After landing
passengers and cargo at Lyttelton the Agra sailed for Port Chalmers on 4th May where 49
passengers were landed.
Source: White Wings - Sir Henry Bett
passengers are for Port Nicholson only. There are another 145 aboard this ship.
Our thanks to William Inglis for his help with this list.
|Dron||Rev. Mr.||Free Church Minister for "The Hutt"|
|Inglis||Alexander St Clair|
|Russell||Mr J. P.|
|Sinclair||James||43||Founder of Blenheim|
|James J.||6 months|
|Weymss||Mr J. B.|
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