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Warrior Queen
Ship: 988 tons
Captain: Wilson
Surgeon Superintendent:
Sailed London November 25th 1870 - arrived Dunedin February 25th 1871

The Warrior Queen, a fine frigate-built ship of 988 tons, traded to Dunedin from 1865 until 1874, and always made good average passages. Captain Wilson commanded the ship for eight years, and during this period the vessel never sustained any serious damage. With the exception of the last voyage, in 1874, from Bristol, the ship sailed from London Docks . The Warrior Queen was not fitted up to carry immigrants, but she had comfortable accomodation for about seventy saloon and second-class passengers; she averaged about fifty each voyage.
White Wings - Sir Henry Brett

Name Age County Occupation
Saloon Passengers
Haycock Mr
Mrs
Child
Saloon Passengers
Coul Mr T
Mrs
3 children
Coul Mr W
Mrs
Miss
Coul Mr F
Mrs
2 children
Parker Mr R
Wilson Miss
Saloon Passengers (20 in all - there are 17 listed here)
Bloxham Henry Farm Labourer
Munt Thomas Farm Labourer
Louise
George Henry Shop-boy
William R.T.
John
Offer John Farm Labourer
Rachel Labourer
James E.
Sarah
Watkins William Coachmaker
Matilda
Ann Matilda
Fanny
William
Sarah
Mary Ann

              

Copyright Denise & Peter 1999 - 2004

Source Otago Gazette 1870
Otago Witness March 4th 1871

British addresses as given in the Otago Gazette:
Henry Bloxam - 31Ada St., London Fields, Hackney
Thomas Munt and family - 19 Markfield Tce, Page Green, Tottenham
John Offer and family - 2 Burdett's Pl, George St., Hastings
William Watkins and family - Block Green, Farringdon, Berkshire