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Lloyds
Ship: 500 Tons
Captain: William Green
Surgeon Superintendent: George F.Bush
Sailes London September 11th 1841 - arrived Nelson February 9th 1842

The Lloyds brought out the wives and children of the men who had gone ahead on the expeditionary ships.

Name Age Profession
Cabin Passengers
Bush George F Surgeon
Mrs
Infant
Dickenson Mr
Mrs
Feddy Mrs
Child
Child
Child
Emigrants
Barnes Mary 27
Samuel 5
Elizabeth 3
Mary 1 Died on board
John 3 months Died on board
Biggs Frances 19 Wife of George Biggs
Isaac 1
Frances 4 months
Biggs Hannah 29 Wife of William Biggs
Alfred 4
Nathan 2
Jane 1
Blanchett Elizabeth 33 Wife of Thomas Blanchett
Uriah 10
George 9
Julia 5
Emily 1
Blanchett Eliza 16 Sister of Thomas Blanchett
Blundell Maria 26
William Joseph 6 months
Bradley Elizabeth 34
William 12
James 10
Charlotte 6
Letitia 1
Bryant Emma 20
Elizabeth 1
Brydon Johanna 22
Ellen 4
Bungate (Bangate) Hannah 27
Henry 12
John 1
Burnett Mary 29 Wife of Robert Burnett
Elizabeth 10
Wilhelmina 7
Robert 5
Marian 3
Burnett Sarah Ann 21 Wife of Richard Burnett
George 5
Harriett 4
Butler Elizabeth 39
Mary Hannah 5
William Francis 3
Joseph Pottinger 1
Cawte Emily 21
Mary Ann 1
Ching Jane 28
Claringbould Ann 24
Female 5
Female 2 months
Cook Hannah 34
George 10
Ellen 8
William 5
Henry 2
Emma 1
Cross Elizabeth 24
Mary 2
James 3 months
Dearling Elizabeth 21
Rachel 1
Dodson Ann 29
Alfred 9
Adolphus 7
Edgar 5
Mary Ann 2
Elliott Elizabeth Jane 24 Wife of Henry John Elliott
Sarah 5
Ann 3
John 1
Eves Elizabeth 26
Maria 3
William 2
Elizabeth 8 weeks Died on embarkation
Flowers Ann 26
Francis 2
Forster Lucy 21
Male 8 weeks
Franklin Sarah Ann 17 Daughter of Mrs Maund
Franklin Maria Emily 15 Daughter of Mrs Maund
Fraser Margaret 27
Fry Ann 24
Henry Thomas 1 mth
Gillett Mary 25
Ann 3
Martha 7 months
Gladwell Amelia 13 Niece of Mrs Fry
Goddard Elizabeth 22
Male 7
Male 1
Graham Maria 19
Hannam Mary 28
William 7
Sarah 5
Hollis Caroline 23
Hovenden Sophia 23
Hughes Jane 30 Wife of William Hughes
Richard 13
Eliza 7
Henry 3
Emona 1
Huxham Mary Grace 22 Servant
Ladd Eliza 25
Ellen 5
Ann 4
Frederick 2
Louiza 1
Logree Elizabeth 25
Francis 3
Joseph 1
Lunn Sarah 28
James 11
George 8
Charles 6
Thomas 3
McDonald Euphemia 22 Wife of George McDonald
Ronald 1
McDonald Janet 28 Wife of John McDonald
James 9
McGregor Jane 28
William 14
John 12
Bathea
David 8
Margaret 4
McMahon Margaret 24
James 1
Marsh Julia Ann 27
Jane 5
Elijah 3
Mary Ann 1
Maund Mary ann 35
Robert 13
Thomas 11
Alexander 9
Mickle Euphemia 24
James 3
George 1
Margaret 3 weeks
Murray Isabella 29
Robert 9
Jane 7
Neal Amelia 25
William 9
George 6
Charles 4
Ellen 2
Henry 11 months
Newth Ann 33 Wife of M. Newth
Amelia 14
Mark 13
Betsy Jane 8
Helena 7
Eliza 4
Martha 18 months
Newth Edith 31 Wife of R. Newth
Julia 7
William 6
Edward 3
Robert 9 months
Pennock Hannah 30
Hannah 7
John 2
William 1
Perry Ann 24 Cousin of Mrs Whibbey
Phillips Arthur F. 15 Servant
Rawlings Eliza 22 Wife of T. Rawlings
Edward 2
Thomas 1
Eliza 9 months
Rawlings Jane 21 Wife of R. Rawlings
Rawlings Mary 21 Wife of W. Rawlings
Rayner Mary 27
William 1
Roach Ann 36
Sell Sarah 25
Mary Ann 5
Smith Grace 24 Wife of James T. Smith
Robert 5
Smith Sarah 29 Wife of Henry Smith
Henry 2
Thomas 8 months
Songer Nahami 40
Spain Mary 42
Elizabeth 10
John 8
Charlotte 5
Spittle Isabella 24
James 5 months
Straith Agnes 23
Sullivan Ellen 29
John 10
Daniel 8
Michael 7
Timothy 1
Tavernor Elizabeth 23 Servant
Taylor Sarah 30
Sarah 8
George 6
Wastney Lucy 29
John 11
William 9
Whibbey Mary 20
John 3
George 3 months
White Sarah 35
George 8
Elizabeth 6
David 2 months
Windebank Charlotte 30
William (nee Inwood) 11

Step-children of John Windebank

Betsy (nee Inwood) 7
Henry (nee Inwood) 6
Martha Joan 3
Joseph 2

 

The story of John ATWOOD and Mary BARNES:
John Atwood and John Barnes arrived in New Zealand on board the ship Whitby, landing at Nelson in 1841. They were to be followed some time later by their wives and families on the brig Lloyds. Shortly after arriving, John Barnes, for some unknown reason, returned to England and, in London, Mrs Jane Atwood and her daughters, again for reasons unknown, did not embark on the Lloyds. The original passenger list shows their names crossed out but does not offer any solution to the mystery. On the arrival of the Lloyds at Nelson Mary Barnes could not for obvious reasons find her husband and Mr Atwood was equally frustrated in being able to find his wife and daughters. Having no reason not to, John and Mary paired up and together had a family of 10 children. In 1862 they filed an "Intention to Marry" but did not exchange their wedding vows. Mary died in 1867 and was buried as the "Beloved Wife of John Atwood". The following year John re-married a Mary Ann Gentry (nee Hatcher) who, with her husband Charles, had come to Nelson on board the Mariner in 1849. Many thanks for this wonderful story go to Jenny Kynman who is the great, great, great grandaughter of John and Mary.

Copyright Denise & Peter 1999 - 2004

Reference:
Archives New Zealand NZC 34/2 p103