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Thomas Harrison
Ship: 370 tons
Captain: E M Smith
Surgeon Superintendent: Dr Thomas Renwick
Sailed London May 26th 1842 - arrived Nelson October 25th 1842

Name Age Occupation
Cabin Passengers
Cambell Matthew 27
Cooke Henry Landholder
Cooke John Landholder
Deans John 22 Farmer
Newcombe Richard Gentleman
Renwick Dr Thomas 24 Surgeon Superintendent on board
Smith Mrs E. M.
Assisted Emigrants
Atkinson William 26 Farm Servant
Barnett William 33 Shoemaker
Charlotte 34
William 4
Henry 3
Arthur Wellington 1
Bowes Dinah 27 Dressmaker and Dairymaid
Brogden Joseph 28 Agricultural Labourer
Sarah 25
Brown William 22 Shepherd
Barbara 19
Byrchmore Henry 32 Bricklayer
Frances 38
Castle George 35 Agricultural Labourer
Hannah 34
Thomas 5
John 2
Chapple John 21 Carpenter
Crawford Charles 25 Joiner and Carpenter
Sarah 25
Ann 5
Jane 2
Crawford Samuel 29 Agricultural Labourer
Bridget 25
Edwards John 25 Gardener
Elizabeth 24
Fassett William 25 Brickmaker - Correct spelling is Fawcett
Jane 25
Joseph 2
William Infant
Goddard Cephas 25 Joiner and Carpenter
Martha 20
William 4
Samuel 1
Grave Abel 31 Shoemaker
Sarah 30
Joseph Summers Infant
Griffiths John 22 Shepherd and Gardener
Lucy 22
Simeon George 1
Haycock James 35 Carpenter and Joiner
Ann 36
Thomas 13
Charles 7
James 2
Elizabeth Infant
Haycock John 23 Gardener and Labourer
Elizabeth 23
Ellen 1
Hill Thomas 30 Agriculturist
Ann 27
Quintin 4
Thomas 2
Jabez 1
Hodgkinson German 31 Agricultural Labourer
Mary Ann 26
George 8
Lydia 4
Emma 1
Hooper George 32 Agriculturist and Baker - Cook on board
Susannah 32
James 11
Thomas 9
Sarah 7
Louisa 2
Mary Infant
Horton John 32 Agricultural Labourer
Phoebe 18
Humphreys John 21 Agricultural Labourer
Jefferies Samuel 31 Agricultural Labourer
Sarah 30
Keates David 27 Carpenter and Labourer - Constable on board
Mary Ann 24
Mary Ann 1
Kinzett George 35
Ann 33
Thomas 14 Agricultural Labourer
Sarah 12
George 8
Ellen 4
Mary Ann 2
Kite William 25 Agricultural Labourer
Pricilla 18
Elizabeth Infant
Lightband George Wales 35 Carpenter and Agricultural Labourer
Ann 36
Thomas Wales 14 Servant
Martin 10
William 8
Sarah 6
Lines Benjamin 36 Labourer and Limeburner
Elizabeth 37
Benjamin 13
Sarah Ann 11
Leah 2
John 6 Months
Lines Thomas 38 Labourer and Limeburner
Ann 27
Eliza 15 Sempstress
John 12
Benjamin 10
Elizabeth 3
William Infant
Thomas Harrison Born on board
Lloyd Richard 25 Bootmaker
Elizabeth 26
Lucas Robert 25 Ironmonger
Manson Samuel 26 Farm Servant and  Carpenter
Jean 23
Agnes 2
Robert Infant
Marshall James 19 Agricultural Labourer
Mary 17
Mayo Thomas 22 Ironmonger's Labourer
Elizabeth 23
Milburn James 18 Mechanic
Miller Henry 28 Mason
Robina 27
James 8
Robina 2 Months
Parsons John 24 Agricultural Labourer
Emma 24
Eliza Sophia 1
Parsons William 22 Agricultural Labourer
Elizabeth 21
Passey Ann 23 Servant and Sempstress. Nieces of Mrs Lightband
Passey Sarah 21 Servant and Sempstress
Pringle James 31 Agricultural Labourer
Elizabeth 32
Thomas 9
Jane 7
Rait Alexander 28 Farm Labourer
Ann 28
John 6
Christian 1
Reits Frederick 28 Carpenter and Boxmaker
Jane 30
Richardson Daniel 32 Plasterer - Constable on board
Eleanor 34
John 9
Daniel 7
Mary Ellen Infant
Riley John 28 Cabinet Maker
Mary 36
William 9
Mary Ann 5
John 1
Roberts James 31 Quarryman & Lime Burner - Assistant Cook
Elizabeth 37 Former Widow of Mr Wynne
Mary 1
Robinson William 30 Joiner - Assistant to Surgeon Superintendent
Jane 27
Hannah 6
John 4
Elizabeth 1
Sherman William Hancock 34 Shoemaker
Elizabeth 35
Jane 7
Elizabeth 3
Sarah 2
Smith James 19 Tailor
Ann 23
Smith Thomas 33 Brickmaker - Constable on board
Hannah 35
Thomas 1
Taylor Joseph 27 Smith
Walker John 38 Quarryman
Sarah 33
John 10
Mary 9
Isaac 7
Sarah 4
George 2
Wilson John 21 Bricklayer
Sarah 21
Woolley William 29 Agricultural Labourer
Caroline 32
Alfred 3
Amelia 1
Wynne John 14 Farm Servant.
Children of Mrs Roberts by former marriage
Wynne William 13
Young Hugh 31 Carpenter
Hannah 32
Henry Robinson 6
John William Infant
                     

LINES family:
Thomas Lines (born 1803) of Maidford, Northamptonshire, England had been first married to a Sarah Jones who died in 1833. Thomas then married an Ann Blackwell. Thomas and Ann with the surviving children of Thomas’ marriage to Sarah; Eliza (married in Nelson April 1843 at which James & Mary Marshall of this vessel were witnesses), John and Benjamin together with Thomas and Ann’s surviving children Elizabeth and William, travelled on the Thomas Harrison’s voyage to Nelson. A child Thomas Harrison Lines was born during the voyage but was to drown in 1859. Eight further children were born at Nelson. Thomas and Ann remained in Nelson Province until their deaths. Thomas was accompanied by his brother Benjamin (born 1805) and his wife Elizabeth Watts and children Benjamin, Sarah Ann, Leah and John. One further child was born in New Zealand. Elizabeth died at Nelson in 1868 and Benjamin shifted to Christchurch where he remarried and died there in 1895. Any descendants of these families please contact Colin Lines

                     

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National Archives Reference NZC/34/2 p 345