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Eveline
Ship: 814 tons
Captain: James Taylor
Surgeon Superintendent: Dr Sullivan
Sailed arrived Cape of Good Hope 1864 - arrived Auckland January 22nd 1865

Name Age County Occupation
Persons who paid their own passage
Beck Charles 32
O'Shea James 40
Stevens James 33
Margaret 30
Isabella 6
Margaret 4
Charles 2
William 7 months
White Richard 36
Mary 30
Assisted Passengers
Families and Children
Addie David 29
Ann 21
Julia 6 months
Adolph Heinrich 31 Railway Labourer
Emma 29
Adolph Gustav 38 Farmer
Charlotte 40
Reinhold 18
Julius 20
Pauline 11
Anna 10
Emil 8
Alivin 6
Emilie 4
Marie 2
Henrich 9 months
Allen Henry 27 Labourer
Mary 28
Mathilda 2
Becherating ? Julius 27 Labourer
Bridget 22
Mary 5 months
Brauer John 33 Labourer
Marie Rose 34
Gertrude 1
Brown John 30 Mason
Christina 34
Alexander 8
Janet 6
Elizabeth 3
William 1
Brown Thomas 41
Bridget 31
Lizzy 3
Ellen 2
Sarah 1 month
Chaplan Alexander 28 Blacksmith
Ellen 26
Jessie 7
William 6
Alexander 3
Thomas 9 months
Charains William 37 Labourer
Sarah 37
John 12
Sarah 10
Ellen 7
Margaret 4
Elizabeth 18 months
Coleman James 40 Labourer
Mary 26
Mary 4
Henry 3
John 1
Conroy Michael 33 Labourer
Bridget 30
Mary Ann 14
Ellen 13
Bridget 6
Michael 1
Crisp William 30
Frances H. 30
Mary Ann 5
Clara 3
Harriet 4 months
Crone James 32 Labourer
Mary Ann 22
Darlington John 23 Labourer
Ellen 21
Donaldson James 34 Ploughman
Catherine 33
George 17
Alexander 14
William 11
Margaret 5
Jane 5
Mary 4 months
Donnelly James 35 Labourer
Ann 30
Bridget 9
Honora 7
James 4
Drummond Alexander 43 Mason
Elizabeth 36
Robert 16
Mary 12
John 14
Elizabeth 10
Ellen 8
Charles 6
Farntell Frederick 35 Sawyer
Ann 38
Fraser John 45 Carpenter
Catherine 45
Margaret 18
John 16
Elizabeth 12
Catherine 10
Bella 9
Robert 8
Jemima 7
Feiney James 39 Stone Mason
Elizabeth 37
John 16
Richard 15
Mary 12
Ferguson Thomas 47 Bootmaker
Margaret 45
Isabella 21
Jane 19
Thomas 15
Margaret 12
Jemima 9
Mary Ann 8
Gillespie James 29 Shoemaker
Jane 28
Isabella 2
Gooch Thomas 36 Carpenter
Jane 31
Thomas 12
Jane 9
Emily 4
Rose 7 months
Hay Alexander 29 Carpenter
Anne 26
Hickey Mrs 35
Michael 12
Mary Ann 10
Higgins Michael 27 Labourer
Margaret 25
Jack Robert 23 Blacksmith
Frances 24
Frances 1
Kanaly / Kennelly ? Thomas 25 Labourer
Mary Ann 21
Kendall William 34 Mason
Mary 33
Charlotte 18
Michael 14
George William 11
William Harry 8
Sarah Ann 6
Mary Jane 3
James 3 months
Kuhn Louis 27 Labourer
Augusta 24
Hannah 2
Lyons George 40 Labourer
Mary 40
Mary Ann 13
Charles 11
Martin Robert 26 Plumber
Margaret 21
Elizabeth 1
McCarthy John 36 Labourer
Bridget 25
Mary 4
Hugh 2
McConville John 40 Labourer
Jane 26
Hannah 1
Mercer John 26 Ship Carpenter
Margaret 34
Ellen 6
Elizabeth 3 months
Murray Thomas 36 Brickmaker
Caroline 36
Niddrie William Low 49 Coach Builder
Eliza 31
Mary Ann 12
Roseanne 7
Arthur 4
Agnes 18 months
Niddrie David 27 Carpenter
Mary Ann 25
Jane 5
Elizabeth 3
Mary Ann 18 months
Nott Charles 32 Labourer
Mary Ann 29
Elizabeth 6
Fanny 3
Jane 6 months
Patterson James 24 Farm Servant
Martha 19
Sarah 10
Pepler Noah 35 Plumber
Sarah 35
Sarah Jane 13
Prosser Joseph 34 Cabinet Maker
Mary 28
Purchase George 40 Harness Maker
Wilhelmina 40
Margaret 14
Sarah 12
George 9
Paul 5
Wilhemina 2
Quin Thomas 40 Gardener
Margaret 30
Thomas 14
Mary Ann 8
Michael 4
Francis 6 months
Rice John 38 Mason
Mary 24
John 3
Margaret 1
Roche Charles 40 Painter
Mary 30
William 6
Francis 5
Scott William 40 Labourer
Fanny 32
Kate 11
Jane 5
Sweeney Eugene 30 Labourer
Bridget 24
Tabbener George 34 Labourer
Catherine 25
Elizabeth 5
Tobin Michael 24 Shoemaker
Margaret 22
Watson John 28 Carpenter
Jemima 24
Catherine 4
Thomas 2
Jemima 5 months
Wells Henry 33 Harness Maker
Frances Jane 35
Henrietta 5
Stephen Thomas 2
Wilson James 37 Labourer
Bridget 23
James 2
Nicholas 1 week
Woodward Frederick 41 Iron Founder
Amelia 36
Young David 34 Baker
Elizabeth 30
James 11
David 9
John 7
Elizabeth 5
Alice 3
Robert 5 months
Single Men
Alpine Michael 23 Labourer
Anderson Oloff 30 Sailmaker
Blain John 48 Labourer
Bohill John 21 Stoker
Brown John 22 Shoemaker
Callagan Andrew 22 Blacksmith
Clyons Michael 22 Machine Maker
Collin Archibald 32 Miller
Coughlan Micheal 23
Davies James 24 Labourer
Davies Francis 18 Carpenter
Findley Thomas 22 Labourer
Finn Michael 30 Railway Labourer
Forrester William 21 Cooper
Geddes William 25 Cigar Maker
Gill James 26 Ironfounder
Graham Richard 34 Carpenter
Gray John 28 Sawyer
Griffin Patrick 26 Labourer
Hallinen Michael 32 Labourer
Hammersley Charles 46 Carpenter
Hayward Frederick 21 Bricklayer
Henry John 52 Cabinet Maker
Hook Joseph 47 Labourer
Johnson John Joseph 25 Watchmaker
Kelsche James 21 Labourer
King Francis 23 Farm Labourer
Kirdchner Lawrence 12
Lascalles George 19 Butcher
Lincoln William 28 Painter
Madden Thomas 23 Ploughman
Marshall Frederick 22 Railway Labourer
McEntegert ? Bernard 39 Labourer
McGeehan 34 Tailor
McLoughlin Robert 23 Groom
McMahon Thomas 28 Labourer
Nelson Andrew 38 Labourer
Nolan Martin 25 Labourer
Ohrberg Olaf August 25 Sailmaker
O'Reilly John 25 Labourer
Otzen Nicholas 37 Ship Carpenter
Pantlin Jesse 30 Labourer
Patmer Charles 28 Bootmaker
Purcell Philip 23 Labourer
Radd Michael 30 Labourer
Richardson William 32 Railway Labourer
William 11
Abigail 7
George 5
Samuel 3
Riley William 45 Labourer
Jacob 16
George 11
William 8
Searle Thomas 24 Farmer
William 22 Bootmaker
James 18 Labourer
Smith Chester 26 Butcher
Stephenson John 26 Labourer
Sullivan Edward 23 Gunsmith
Toul Francis 24 Bricklayer
Turner Edward 28 Labourer
Turner William Henry 32 Gunsmith
Vickers John 23 Labourer
Von Carelsteins Ferdinand 31 Blacksmith
Ward Thomas 24 Labourer
Waters James 34 Labourer
Watson Henry 28 Bricklayer
Weston James 35 Labourer
James Thomas Fox 10
Wilson Stephen Helen 28
John 9
Single Women
Egan Fanny 20
Gill Catherine 50
Kuhn Catherine 25
Maloney Ellen 22
Page Margaret 22
Smith Mary 22
Tobin Bridget 20
Warren Mary Ann 44

                                                         

RICE family:
John and Mary RICE arrived on the Eveline with their children John and Margaret. John snr was a stonemason from Belfast who had met Mary in Capetown where they married in 1860. The two children were born there. They were allocated land at Pukekohe that they did not take up. The family were living in Auckland in 1866 where they had a third child Elizabeth. By 1869 they had moved to Greymouth and sometime after this the marriage broke up. John Rice died in Dunedin after living in Roxburgh for many years and Mary died in Westport. If you have a connection with this family or would like to know more please contact Shirley Arabin.

                                                         

RILEY family:
William Riley was born at East Peckham in Kent, England in 1822 and was a gardener by trade. He went to South Africa from England between 1850-1854 and then came to New Zealand in 1865 on the ship "Eveline". His sons Jacob, George and William came with him. There is no record at present of his wife and daughter coming from South Africa at the time he came over to New Zealand. He was granted land at Waipipi, Lot 1 McEldowney Rd, between Ramarama and Runciman near Papakura. At the time of his death he was living in Karaka Rd Thames and his occupation was as a Gardener. There were 3 sons and 1 daughter living at the time of his death. Jacob, George and William. I do not know who the daughter was at this time, as her age is given as 57 it means that she was older than Jacob who was born in 1848/50. Cause of death was old age. He is buried at Shortland Cemetery, Thames. If you have a connection with this family or would like to know more please contact Carol Mitchell.

                                                         

SCOTT family
William Scott, his wife Fanny (nee Eaton) and their two daughters, Kate & Jane, settled in Auckland. Jane (Abt 1859-1879) married Kenneth Mc Donald (1856-1890) in 1876 at the tender age of 17. Sadly she died 3 years later in 1879 soon after the birth of her second child. If you have a connection to this family you are welcome to contact sharyn_mcd@hotmail.com

                                                         

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Reference:
Archives New Zealand Micro 5019