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Jessie Readman
Ship: 962 tons
Captain: Mitchell
Sailed from Greenock 28th Aug 1873 - arrived Otago 1st December 1873

The Jessie Readman, a sister shipto the Christian McCausland, would have completed her twenty-third voyage out and home but for the disaster which befell her in 1893, when homeward bound from New Zealand. The Jessie Readman was an iron ship of 962 tons, built by Scott, of Greenock, for Patrick Henderson, and later sailed under the Shaw Savill flag. She was a speedy and comfortable ship, and brought many thousands of immigrants to the Dominion. In 1893, while on her homeward journey after loading wool at Dunedin and Napier she ran aground and was lost on the Chatham Islands.
White Wings - Sir Henry Brett

Name Occupation
Assisted
Adam Thomas F Bootmaker
Mrs Agnes
George S
Thomas
Arthur E
Frederick
Blyth John Miner
Mrs Janet
John
James
Janet
David
Alexander
Robert
Crighton
Boyce Greenaway Farm Labourer
Mrs Mary Jane
Brown William Bootmaker
Mrs Christina
Christina
Bruce Mary Domestic servant
Campbell Colin Laborer
Mrs Susannah
Colin L
Susannah
Margaret
James
Jennie
Cheyne David Farm laborer
Cochrane Charles Tailor
Mrs Elizabeth
Elizabeth
Jane
Ann
Catherine
Cole Maximilian Shepherd
Mrs Elizabeth
Collie Thomas Shoemaker
Mrs Margaret
Elizabeth
William
Courtenay Samuel Stonedyker
Mrs Mary Ann
Castor
William John
Samuel
David
Dalziel James Farm Laborer
Mrs Barbara
Francis
John
James
Margaret
Christina
Barbara
Louisa
Mary
Dasler Louis Ag laborer
Mrs Jane
Doherty Eliza General servant
Dunnett Alexander Shepherd
Fisher John General laborer
Mrs Harriet
Gallagher Margaret Domestic servant
Greenaway Boyce Farm laborer
Mrs Mary Jane
Goodlad Elizabeth Farm servant
Halket John Ag Laborer
Mrs Jane
John
Thomas
Janet
William
Alexander
James
Harvey Esther Builder
Harvey Mary Ann General servant
Hinton Hugh Laborer
Mrs Flora
Isbister Thomas Ag laborer
Jordan William Ag labourer
Kirkness Mary Domestic servant
Lawrence David Laborer
Mrs Margaret
David
Alfred
William
Frances
McDonald Ann Dairymaid
McDonald John Shepherd
Mrs Mary
Betsy
John
Mary
McLellan Alexander Shepherd
McLellan William Ag laborer
McLoughlin Daniel Ploughman
McLuckie Alexander Laborer
Mrs Ann
Ann
Catherine
Isabella
Mitchell David Ploughman
Mrs Elizabeth
Patton James Farm laborer
Mrs Mary
Alex D
Elizabeth
Charlotte
William
Mary Ann
Sarah Jane
Sabiston Andrew Shepherd
Scott John Baker and steward
Mrs Mary
Smith John Laborer
Sutherland John Ag laborer
Thomson Andrew Farm laborer
Mrs Robina
Thomson James Farm laborer
Mrs Barbara
Robina
Thomson Magnus Farm laborer
Mrs Marion
Gilbert
John
Grace
Tulloch Clementina Domestic servant
Ann Domestic servant
Twatt William Ag laborer
Mrs Lillias
Thomas
Jemima
Isabella
Eliza
Williamina
James
Twatt Sinclair Domestic servant
Christina Domestic servant
Urquhart Alexander Shepherd
Mrs Barbara
Donald
Farquhar
Barbara
Kenneth
Alexander
Frank
Waddel William Farm laborer
Walker Elizabeth Household servant
Walker Joseph Ag laborer
Whyte Archibald Laborer
Mrs Janet
Ellen
Agnes
William Jordan Ag laborer
Guaranteed
Bain Catherine Farm servant
Bremmer Robert
Bruce Mary Domestic Servant
Fyfe Mrs Ann Domestic servant
John
Ann
Gillespie William Carter
Johnston Mrs Isabella Laundress
Helen
Isabella
Eliza
Christina
Jessie
Archibald
Kirkness Margaret Sempstress
John
Kirkness Mary General servant
MacDonald Roderick Laborer
Mrs Margaret
Finlay
John
Duncan
Kenneth
Mar Margaret Laundress
John
Margaret
Mary
Mason Margaret Domestic servant
McPherson Mary
McMillen Rachel Domestic servant
Miller Catherine Farm servant
Miller Elizabeth Farm servant
Miller Williamina Domestic servant
Paramor George Henry Gardener
Paterson Mary Domestic servant
Phillips Annie Cook
Mary Cook
Smith John Joiner
Mrs Margaret
Lillias Dressmaker
Janet Domestic servant
Alexander
John
Andrew
James
Sutherland Margaret Domestic servant
Swanson Alexandrina
                         

Copyright Denise & Peter 1999, 2000

Source Otago Gazette

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