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Mary Ann
Ship: 600 tons
Captain: Thomas Bolton
Surgeon Superintendent: Charles John Robert Cook

Sailed Downs September 24th 1841 - arrived Nelson Tuesday February 8th 1842 at 8.30am

Name Age Occupation Comments
Cabin Passengers
Vallu Philip 37
Sarah 29
Miss 14
Master T 12
Miss M 10
Master J 8
Miss S 5
Miss M 2
Elliott Charles 30
Jane 27
Miss J 7
Master L 5
Howroyd Robert 46
Jane 34
Miss
Young Mr
Boulcott Joseph 32
Almon 27
Couttes Mr
Richardson Mr 26
Greaves Joseph 29
Steerage Passengers
Aldridge Job 25 Agricultural Labourer
Anna 21
Martha 10 months
Baggerley James 27 Painter & Plumber
Louiza Maria 26
Eliza Maria 6
Boddington Robert 33 Gardener
Ann 33
Henry 10
William 5
Ann 8
May 7 months
Barton James 21 Gardener
Close Stephen 34 Sawyer
Mary 25
Eliza 8
Elizabeth 7
Albion 2
Collins John 24 Brickmaker
Susan 22
Louiza 10 months
Clark John 35 Gardener
Mary Ann 30
George 10
Martha 3
Cresswell Amelia 26 Husband in the previous expedition (Whitby)
William 6
Eliza 4
May 2
Charles 3 weeks
Champ James 34 Painter
Elizabeth 35 Died on board 22/01/1842
Lat 42.30S Long 165.52 E
Charles 7
Eyles Daniel 44 Agricultural Labourer
Jane 44
Mary 23 Servant
William 18 Agricultural Labourer
Jane 16 Servant
John 11
Benjamin 10
Ann 13
Ezra 2 Died on board 19/10/1841
Lat 30.59N Long 19.3W
Fairhall Edward 39 Agricultural Labourer
Ann 39
William 19 Servant
Ann 17 Servant
Eliza 15 Servant
Edward 12
Ellen 10
George 5
Benjamin 3
Caroline 5 months Died on board 29/09/1841
In the Downs
Fuller John 37 Agricultural Labourer & Sawyer
Ann 40
Elijah 11
John 7
Ellen 5
Ann 1 Died on board 25/10/1841
Lat 14.38N Long 24.5W
Gill George 20 Agricultural Labourer
Gill Jane 21 Servant
Gill Henry 22 Farm Labourer
Gill Mercy 19 Servant
Gregory William 32 Agricultural Labourer
Mary 30
Robert 11
Rhoda 7
Martha 5
Gill William 31 Stone Mason
Harriet 31
Henry 11
Benjamin 10
Sophia 8
Ellen 7
George 3
Infant Born on board
Hepton Thomas 25 Sawyer
Sarah 27
Harley Elizabeth 24 Servant
Higgins Peter 36
Mary 48
Sydney 15
Angelina 14
Rhoda 10
Selina 6
Houndsell Henry 21 Agricultural Labourer
Jennings William 31 Labourer Cook on board
Elizabeth 31
Charles 7
Elizabeth 4
Ann 2
Mary Infant
Housman Thomas 20 Agricultural Labourer Disembarked Wellington by order of Colonel Wakefield
Lee James 30 Agricultural Labourer
Elizabeth 26
Lovell William 23 Agricultural Labourer
Lyford William 19 Agricultural Labourer
Ann 17
Lyford Lawrence 39 Agricultural Labourer
Margaret 36
Thomas 13 Note: Boy 13 or 14
James 9
Charles 8
Mary 7
George 5
Absalom 4
Frederick 1
McRae George 40 Agricultural Labourer Assistant to Surgeon
Ellen 38
Catherine 19 Servant
Isabella 17 Servant
William 15 Labourer
Margaret 13
May 11
Philip 4
Nehemiah 2
Sarah 8 weeks
Muir Alexander Carmichael 31 Carpenter Disembarked Wellington by order of Colonel Wakefield
Ann 37 Died on board 22/01/1842
Lat 41.5S Long 169.5E
Infant Born on board
Matthew Daniel 22 Farm Labourer Brother to Mrs Neal in preliminary expedition
North Thomas 32 Agricultural Labourer
Mary Ann 31
George 2
May 9
Sarah 8
Susan 5
Charlotte 6 weeks
Noakes David 21 Agricultural Labourer
Charlotte 19
Norgate David 24 Agricultural Labourer
Powell Benjamin 38 Agricultural Labourer
Elizabeth 38
Griffith 13
Catherine 8
Packman George 21 Wheelwright
Eleanor Jane 25
Elizabeth 3
Richardson James 23 Agricultural Labourer
Mary Ann 21
Mary Ann 2
James 11 months
Infant Born on board
Rayner William 17 Servant
Saunders John George 19 Shoemaker
Smyth George 23 Carpenter Died on board 22/01/1842
Lat 42.30S Long 165.52E
Catherine 22
Clara 2
Dinah 3 months
Sheat John 22 Agricultural Labourer & Sawyer
Elizabeth 20 Dairy Maid
Scutter John 28 Agricultural Labourer
Charlotte 26
Matilda 6
Susan 3
Caroline 2
Infant Born on board
Towers Thomas 32 Gardener & Farm Labourer
Mary 33
Frederick 9
Arthur 7
Janet 4
Tarr George 40 Agricultural Labourer
Elizabeth 36
Elizabeth 7
Fidd Thomas 24 Two years Policeman
Elizabeth 26
Hester 6
Vincent Charles 27 Gardener, Shoemaker & Baker
Sarah 26
Richard 14 months Died on board 12/10/1841
Lat 45.50S Long 10.43W
Elizabeth Tytherleigh Born on board
Lat 39.40S Long.19.46W
Wells Martha 27 Husband with preliminary expedition
William 4
John 2
Holdaway Mary 30 Husband with preliminary expedition
William 12
Emma 10
George 8
James 5
Infant Born on board
Hand written notes at the foot of the original passenger list:
I hereby certify that the barque Mary Ann arrived at Port Nicholson on Saturday 29th January 1842, at 3pm and that she sailed from that port on Thursday 3rd February, at 5:30pm for Port Nelson and arrived at Port Nelson on Tuesday 8th February 1842 at 8:30am.
                                                                                                                     
CJR Cook     Surgeon Superintendent
I hereby certify to the due delivery of all cargo, fittings and all property sent on board the Mary Anne (sic) with the exception of 1 case of nails value 1.14.6 belonging to Mr P Vallu.
                                                                                                                              
Arthur Wakefield Agent for Nelson

I hereby certify that at 8am of Wednesday February 23rd 1842 the last of the cargo on board the Mary Anne (sic) was landed and that she this day received her discharge from me.
                                                                            Arthur Wakefield Agent for Nelson

               

BAGGARLEY family:
James Henry was born in Southwark, South London, in 1813. He was the second child of five and the eldest son of James Henry Baggarley and Grace Cockett. In 1842 James, his wife Louiza and their daughter Eliza emigrated to Nelson on this sailing of the Mary Ann. Shortly after arriving in 1842, Louiza gave birth to James Henry Augustus. Other children born to Louiza and James were William in 1845 and Louiza in 1848. Unfortunately this year was to prove disastrous for James and his family. Three year old William died of dropsy, infant Louiza died a few days after her birth, followed three months later by her mother. Left to care for 12 year old Eliza and 6 year old James Henry Augustus, James Henry went onto marry Jessie Adamson who emigrated in 1849 on board the Kelso. Jessie had been bound for Otago but met James in Wellington when the ship stopped there in November 1849. If you have a connection with this family or would like to know more please contact Keith Jacobs.
Keith welcomes any enquiries or information about the Baggarley family which can be directed to his website at Baggarley One Name

                                               

Copyright Denise & Peter 2000 - 2009

Reference:
Archives New Zealand NZC 34/2 p117