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Joseph Fletcher
Clipper Barque: 672 tons
Captain: John Foster
Surgeon Superintendent:
Sailed London May 24th 1852 - arrived Auckland August 31st 1852

                                                                             New Plymouth October 8th 1852

The Joseph Fletcher, a small clipper barque of 672 tons, built by Fletcher, of Limehouse, was one of the earliest vessels to arrive in Auckland (1852). For her size she made more than average passages, and bought out a large number of our early settlers.
White Wings - Sir Henry Brett

Arrival of the Joseph Fletcher at New Plymouth

Name Age County Occupation/Comments
Passengers
Aughterson Peter
Batger John
William
Blakely Margaret
Buck John
Burnett Mrs Snr
Burnett James
Mrs
Mary
Sarah
William
Campbell Mr
Mrs
Son
Charlton William
Clark Donald
Clow Mrs
Mrs
Clow Mr
Mrs
Child
Clow Peter
John
Margaret
Elizabeth
Christian
Catherine
Cooper Mrs
Elizabeth
Thomas
Amelia
Margaret
Cory Dr W H
Crowe William
Davies Mr
Mrs
2 children
Fiske Edward
Frazer Robert
Forder Ann
Francis William Bound for New Plymouth
Gibbs Mr Bound for New Plymouth
Mrs
Gibson Mr
Mrs
Ginger Mr Bound for New Plymouth
Mrs
Elizabeth
Sophia
Matilda
William
John
Jane
Diston
Harvey Elizabeth
Mary
Honeyfield Henry Bound for New Plymouth
James
Kerr Mr
Mrs
Mary
Peter
John
William
Ellen
Susannah
Leatham Mr H W Bound for New Plymouth
Rich William G Bound for New Plymouth
Rough David
Mrs
Rust Joseph
John
Sandeman Margaret
Catherine
Selby Mr W
Shesett Alex
Stephens Ingham
Swainson Mr Bound for New Plymouth
Treezise Mary
Twidle Mr
Mrs
2 children
Vercoe Henry
Mrs
Joseph
Henry
Mary
Emily
Martha
Waller (Walter) Mr Bound for New Plymouth
Mrs
Child
Watkins (Watkyns) Mr Bound for New Plymouth
Mrs
West Mr
Mrs
Woolley James
Military Personnel - Royale Sappers and Miners
Cave Sapper A
Darley Colour Sergeant B
Mrs
Child
Gardner Sapper R
Humphrey Sapper J
Thomas Sapper T
Wood Sapper J W
                                                 

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Reference:
Southern Cross ?
The Taranaki Herald October 13th 1852