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City of Auckland
Ship: 779 tons
Captain: William Ashby
Surgeon Superintendent:
Sailed London September 10th 1871 - arrived Auckland December 18th 1871

The City of Auckland was especially built for the London-Auckland trade. She was a composite vessel, having iron framing, sheathed with 5 inch teak, copper fastened throughout. She was specially finely fitted up. On a scroll at the break of the poop were carved the lines by Campbell: Her path is o'er the mountain wave, Her home is on the deep.

Our sincere thanks to Bruce Goodman for this passenger list.

Name Age County Occupation
Chief Cabin Passengers
Ashby Mrs W Wife of Captain
Barrow Miss
Bell Mr C M Ship's Surgeon
Crossley Miss F
Drought Miss J
Dugald Miss
Graham Robert
Graham Miss
Graham Miss E
Hay James
Lackland John
Mackie John
Maynard Mrs
Neall W A
Robertson Mrs
Miss M
Christein
Mary A
A C
Annie
Smith H W C
Mrs
J H
C A
H C
Tait Miss
Second Class Passengers
Barham William
Sarah
Flemmings S T
Leighton E
McInnes Isabel
Morris Mrs
Robertson Alexander 19 Broughtferry, Scotland Died on board 12/11/1871 Phthisis
Robertson Miss
Robertson William
Robinson C
Shera W
Smyth Charlotte
Whitcombe G H
Williams G
Third Class Passengers
Allender G
Braidwood Mrs
Brailsford Emma
Bremskill H R
Clark Christine
Kelly Mrs H A
Jones Edward
Lambert Caroline
Lowthorp E
Martin J H
Nelson Eliza
Petty Mr W
Mrs
J
H
C
Raynes Mr George
Mrs
Smith G D
Spencer John
Thompson Kate
Tilston M
Worthy James
Wright Mr A
Mrs
A
J
C
                              

Copyright Denise & Peter 2004

Reference:
The Daily Southern Cross December 19th 1871