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Cashmere
Ship: 800 tons
Captain: Pearson
Surgeon Superintendent: Dr Sealy
                  Sailed London April 25th 1854 - arrived New Plymouth August 6th 1854
                                                     
                           Auckland August 21st 1854

Arrival of the Cashmere

Name Age County Occupation
Passengers
Armitage E
Carrington C
Mrs
Jane
Corbet J
Davis Margaret
Dean B
Fathers P
Elizabeth
John
Hammerton Holden
Eliza
Eliza Jane
Isabella
Robert
Edward
Gervase
Gilbert
Emma
Louisa
Edward
Heaton W
R
Hendry Joseph
Mary
Hinde Thomas
Mary
Honeyban Mary
Honnor George
Mary
King J
Kirk William Widow - Married passenger Amelia Taylor two month after arriving in New Plymouth
Mckenzie S
C
Scott W
Mary
Sealy Dr
Mrs
William
Maude
Alfred
Shore J
Hannah
Stutterd Mr J
Jane
John
Benjamin
Edward
Alfred
Charlotte
Walter
Emily
Taylor Sarah Widow
Amelia Adelaide Daughter of above - Married passenger William Kirk two months after arriving in New Plymouth
Ware G
Ware D
Mary Ann
Emily
Mary Ann
George
Laura
James
Sarah
Sarah and Amelia TAYLOR & William KIRK:
Amelia was born on October 1st 1832 in Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England. William was born in Goosnargh, Lancashire, England on November 28th 1827. William and Amelia were married in the Wesleyan Chapel at Grey Institution in New Plymouth New Zealand on October 19th 1854. They lived in New Plymouth for about 9 months and then moved to Wanganui. They had a family of six, three of each, all born in Wanganui. William, a carpenter, died as the result of an accident, aged 45, in Wanganui on January 17th 1873. Amelia died on June 26th 1899 in Wanganui. Amelia's mother, Sarah died in Wanganui on November 25th 1865, aged 60 years. If you have a connection with this family or would like to know more please contact Patrick Creamer.
                                                            

Copyright Denise & Peter 2004 - 2007

Reference:
The Taranaki Herald August 9th 1854
The New Zealander August? 1854