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City of Auckland
Ship: 890 tons
Captain: William Ashby
Surgeon Superintendent:
Sailed London October 19th 1869 - arrived Auckland January 29th 1870

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
Saloon Passengers
Coumbe Herbert Timber merchant
Alfred J Timber merchant
Derry Evens
Freeby Albert
Greenfield Joseph B
Lawton Frederick Barrister
Leach George W Soliciter
Mrs Liz
Helena
Catherine
H L
John
Preece Mary A
Redmond W H Chairmaker
Roath Jacob
Simons William
Thomas James
Walker John
Second Class Passengers
Aldridge Captain
Mrs
Isabella
Helen
Beatrice
Joseph A
Astley Edward
Berry Frederick
Cunningham Andrew
Dornwell August
Mrs M
Gledhill Edward
Mrs
Hicks William
Hosking Amelia T
Jane
Louisa
George T
Leake S F
Neall Anne
Emma
Porter Sarah A
Power A G
Roche Mrs
Verron James
Third Class Passengers
Adams Margaret
Adams Thomas Labourer
Birtles James Gardener
Bull George W Clerk
Gertz Henrich
Green Thomas Coachmaker
Green Mrs
Selina
Green Mr Coachmaker
Green Mrs
Selina
C
Hampson A W Decorator and wife
Hancock Francis Miner
Hargrinton William
James Samuel Carpenter
Jamieson Richard
Jenkins Isaac
Keith Mary
Liddell Mary J
Lowe Josiah
Masefield John Gardener
McMahon Francis
Mitchell Archibald Ploughman
Moorhouse John
Frederick
Morgan William
Newsholme W
Sceats W H Sawyer
Scott George Farmer
Thomas John Butcher
Walch Judith
Sarah
Washer William
Williams Arthur Accountant
Williams Margaret
                                                         

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Reference:
The Daily Southern Cross January 31st 1870