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City of Auckland
Ship: 779 tons
Captain: William Ashby
Surgeon Superintendent: F J Waugh
Sailed London May 29th 1872 - arrived Auckland September 3rd 1872

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 helping with this passenger list

Name Age County Occupation
Cabin Passengers
Knox Miss L
Hayworth Miss Martha
Lloyd Rev F J
Ashby Mrs William Captain's wife
Waugh F J Medical Officer on board
Steerage Passengers
Aize James 34
Precilla 35
James 2
Charles 1
Angare George 24
Ellen 21
Batchelor James 35
Ann 37
Beamish John 33
Ellen 28
Bell Henry 23
Mary 22
Bowden Thomas 29
Mary 28
Thomas 8
John 2
Charles 1
Bray Edwin 28
Fanny 26
Nollie 7
Alfred 1
Brooking Samuel 27
Mary 23
Hannah 2
Son Infant Born on board - 08/08/1872
Brown John 34
Mary 31
Burgess George 41
Anne 31
Alfred 14
Ellen 11
Clive James 50
Mary 50
Downs John 33
Mary 29
Walter 9
Dowrick William A 28
Tamazine 23
William 8
Mary 7
James 4
George 1
Son Infant Born on board 28/08/1872
Ford John 29
Anne 23
John 1
Green John 28
Sarah 19
Harvey James 27
Louisa 22
Humphries Job 27 Somersetshire Sawyer
Elizabeth 26
Jenkins William 26
Mary 22
Ellen 2
William H 1
Jones George 29
Lydia 30
Jones Thomas 30
Hannah 26
Eliza 6
Emma 4
Hannah 3
Thomas 1
Keat Edward 44
Mary 37
John 10
Charles 5
Lee William 22
Margaret 26
Mare James 30 Devonshire Farm Labourer
Catherine 27
May William 28
Lucy 27
Michell Richard B 20 Cornwall Carpenter
Mary A 20
Milden Daniel 34
Kate 30
Muir Alexander 30
Mary 23
John 3
Charles 1
Neville Michael 28 Dublin Labourer
Anne 27
Joseph 5
Alex 3
Francis M Infant
Nicholls William 21
Emma 21
Pascoe Edward 20
Emily 21
Pearce George 22
Sarah Ann 18
Daughter Infant Born on board 04/06/1872
Pettifer Benjamin 41 Oxfordshire Farm Labourer
Leah 28
Jessie 5
Alice 3
James 10 weeks
Poole Thomas 21 Wiltshire Labourer
Ann 27
Henry R 4 mths
Robinson Thomas W 24
Eliza 22
Rogers Thomas 26
Mary Anne 28
Edward 1
Sampson F 22
Ellen 20
Smith Henry 24
Helen 25
Sullivan Daniel 32
Mary 28
Johanna 9
Janet 5
Thomas John 34
Elizabeth 29
Richard 14
Josiah 11
Emily 9
John 7
Tong Charles 43
Selina 40
Edith 11
Eliza 10
Julia 8
Emma 6
Tregeda George 29
Mary 30
William 8
James 6
Thirza 4
Clara 1
Vivian Jacob 27
Elizabeth 24
Mary 2
Josh 1
Wakeham Thomas 32
Mary 31
Warneford Charles 31
Jane 24
Charles 3
Ware James 30
Catherine 27
Wood George 32
Clara 30
George 10
Eliza 4
Sarah 2
Son Infant Born on board 09/06/1872
Single Men
Angave John 19
Anthony William 19
Ash Richard 35
Astin Walter 29
Balls Thomas 30
Barnes John 28
Beamish T 22
Bennett James 26
Bingey John
Bourke Thomas 26
Brown C B 28
Bryan Thomas 32
Burgess John 22
Joseph 19
Burns Joseph 36
Carne William 42
Isaac 20
Carpenter Henry 16
Court Alexander 38
Coutch William H 21
Croker W H 19
Darke J
Doidge Thomas 35
Douherty L
Dowrick Francis 19
Driscoll Dennis 20
Dueston J
Edwards James 21
Edwards J H
Ford Hugh 22
George 21
Fowler Harry 30
Francis William 20
Fruar John 22
Fuge William 34
George J
Glasson Charles 20
Goudge J
Grale M 21
Greigson G 28
Harris Richard 20
Holt John 29
Homlyn Thomas 23
Hornsby James 25
Hurrell Richard 28
William 24
Jeffery George 24
Jessop J
Keat Leonard 19
Knight Joseph 19
Korel Patrick 25
Lawrence Nicholas 22
Lear William 26
Leggatt George 20
Lewis Thomas William 12 Herefordshire Tailor
Liddiard William 23
Lucas R 33
Mahoney Thomas 23
Martin David 25
William 21
Martin William 25
Martin J 22
Maund Thomas 33
Mitchell Josh 19
Norris William 22
O'Brien Patrick 26
Olive Samuel 22
Opie J 19
Palmer J H 21
Pass E 22
Edmund 20
Penford Albert 15
Phillips Samuel 21
Priddix Charles 21
Prim Richard 25
Prout John 19
Quinn Charles
Reeve Alexander 31
Reynolds Richard 19
Richards T 20
Roberts M 20
Rowe Thomas 22
Sampson Mark 19 Poland Tailor
Sergent William 20
Smith D 32
Solomon J 26
Somtill Peter 23
Spargo James 26
Symons James 31
Thomson James 21
William 21
Tomlin Edwin 24
Toy Henry 19
Tredgemond S 23
Turner George 20
Vincent Thomas 30
Warne Thomas 25
Webber Robert 33
Peter 32
Webber William 32
Welsh Charles 28
White Thomas 23
White Robert 28 Norfolk Excavator
Wilcocks Joshua 20
Williams J 18
John 18
Wilson John 25
Woaring Henry 24
Wolcock J E 26
Woodcock Nathaniel 21
Wren George 28
Yelland F 22
Single Women
Bolger Anne 21 Dublin Housemaid
Burgess Rosetta 17 Lincoln General Servant
Chapman Jane 28 Middlesex Housemaid - Matron
Davis Susan 16 Kerry General Servant
Flynn Ann 22 Kildare General Servant
Keat Hannah 23 Cornwall General Servant
Keat Susan 19
Kerr Mary Jane 20 Antrim General Servant
McPherson Catherine 27 Argyle General Servant
Mitchell Mary J 22 Armagh General Servant
Pearce Mary 24 Cornwall General Servant
Pinen See name of "Tinan"
Proctor Mary 19 Forfar General Servant
Rogers Martha 22 Cornwall Cook
Smith Florence 25 Middlesex Housemaid
Tinan or Pinen Catherine 20 Roscommon General Servant
Tong Louise 20 Cornwall General Servant
Ellen 18 Cornwall General Servant
Elizabeth 15 Cornwall General Servant
White Eliza 19 Roscommon General Servant
Wragg Marth 30 Nottinghamshire General Servant
                     

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Reference:
The Daily Southern Cross September 4th 1872
Archives New Zealand IM12/15