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Harvest Home
Barque: 547 tons
Captain: Green
Sailed London 13th November 1869 - arrived Otago 17th February 1870

Launched in 1855, the 547 ton barque Harvest Home was one of the most consistent of the colonial sailers. Under charter to the New Zealand Shipping Co. she began her first voyage to Port Chalmers from Liverpool on September 17th 1868 Having traded to other ports for thirteen years before commencing the New Zealand run, Harvest Home made three voyages to Port Chalmers (arriving 1868, 1870 and 1871) and one each to Lyttelton (1871) and Nelson (1873).

Name Address Occupation
Dummock William
Geeves Reuben Bryhouse, Yorkshire Laborer
Mary Ann
Geeves Thomas 17 Bective Rd, London, SW Laborer
Dorothea
Thomasina
Percy
Goodwin Matt 4 Speedwell Cottage, Stavely Laborer
Sarah
Watts
Edwin
George
Tripcony John Mehall Mill, Cornwall Laborer
White William Tererrur, Stanthony Laborer
                      

Copyright Denise & Peter 1999, 2000

Source: Otago Gazette

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