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William Davie
Ship: 841 tons
Captain: McAlister
Surgeon Superintendent: Dr Smith
Sailed from Greenock 10th January 1875 - arrived Port Chalmers April 20th 1875

The William Davie, a speedy craft of 841 tons, was built by Stevens at Glasgow for the Albion Shipping Co. She ran, with one exception, exclusively to Dunedin, and up till 1875 brought out an average of 150 passengers each voyage.
White Wings - Sir Henry Brett

Arrival of the William Davie

Name County Occupation
Families and Children
Bates Thomas Warwickshire Sawyer
Jane
Charles
John
Daughter Born on board 30/01/1875
Died on board 28/02/1875
Diarrhoea
Calvert William Yorkshire Platerer
Ellen
Walter
Albert
Arthur
Cargeeg William Cornwall Labourer
Selina
Leila
Henry
Selina
Carwell John Warwickshire Labourer
Rebecca
Martha
Joseph
Clayton Francis Middlesex Tailor
Grace
Annie
Hutchin William Hertfordshire Labourer
Susannah
William
Ernest
Sarah
Hood William Ayr Upholsterer
Ellen
William John
Irwin William Derry Farmer
Margaret
Robert John
William James
Leslie
George
Jackson George Yorkshire Gardener
Mary
Esther A.
Mary H.
Jane
Keating William Tipperary Farmer
Alice
Powell Robert Kent Miner's labourer
Agnes
Godfrey
Robert
Powell William Kent Labourer  Died on board 16/04/1875 Acute phthisis
Sarah
Quigley Richard Tipperary Farmer
Faith
Sharp James Warwickshire Shoemaker
Sarah
Rebecca
Smith James Aberdeen Farm labourer
Agnes
Tanner Harry Middlesex Labourer
Margaret
Vickers Thomas Lincolnshire Labourer
Sarah
Charles
Samuel
Edward
Henry (aged 3) Died on board 31/01/1875 Acute hydrocephalus
Frederick (aged 1) Died on board 02/02/1875 Acute hydrocephalus
Walker Thomas Yorkshire Farm labourer
Mary E.
Wilcock George W. Yorkshire Tailor
Amelia
Woalliams W. C. Gloucestershire Carpenter
Rebecca
Frank
John Charles
Tom
Louis
Mary J.
Colonial Nominated Families & Children
Goode Charles Gloucestershire Butcher
Rosanna
Florence
Charles
Hunter Robert Derry Farmer
Sarah
Irwin William Derry Farmer
Elizabeth
William John
Joseph Died on board 23/01/1875 Diarrhoea
Sarah
Single Men
Anderson John Kent Smith
Armstrong Robert Londonderry Tailor
Augur Alfred C. Berkshire Schoolmaster
Blizzard James Glostershire Shoemaker
Bull Charles Kent Labourer
Calvert William York Brickmaker
Cargery William John Cornwall Labourer
John Cornwall
Carwell John Warwickshire Labourer
Clayfield William Monmouth Navvy
Conner Thomas Derry Bricklayer
Currell John Middlesex Farm labourer
William Middlesex
Dempsey Jeremiah Cork Farm labourer
Divers Chris Kent Labourer
Dunham Charles Lincoln Farm labouer
Evans Thomas Carmarthen Farm labourer
John Carmarthen
Finn Rueben Kent Labourer
Harris Daniel Carmarthen Farm labourer
Hewson John Stirlingshire Labourer
Hosking James Cornwall Farm labourer
Hood James Lanarkshire Wood carver
Hunter John Derry Farmer
Irwin Jos. L. Derry Farm labourer
Jackson John Yorkshire Gardener
Jackson Robert Yorkshire Gardener
Loyd Thomas Cardiganshire Labourer
McGowan Patrick Meath Farm labourer
Morrow Hugh Derry Farmer
Naughton James Limerick Bootmaker
Page Alfred Middlesex Labourer
Page Thomas Middlesex Labourer
Page William Middlesex Labourer
Paull Walter Somersetshire Labourer
Porteous Edward Peebles Baker
Quigley Nicholas Tipperary Farmer
John Tipperary
Robertson James Lanarkshire Mason
Ross John Lanarkshire Mason
Ross George Lanarkshire Gardener
Sandye Edward Wicklow Labourer
Sharp Steven Glostershire Tailor
Stoddart George Midlothian Tailor
Smith Mark Somersetshire Labourer
Smith Samuel Hertfordshire Bootmaker
Stevens John Surrey Carpenter
Tower Frank Derry Farmer
Vicars William Lincolnshire Housekeeper
John Lincolnshire
Thomas Lincolnshire
Walker John Mayo Labourer
Walker James Mayo Labourer
Woalliams Albert Gloucestershire Garderer
Single Women
Cargery Eliza Cornwall Servant
Carwell Mary Warwick Servant
Frihy Margaret Waterford Housemaid
Greenwood Eileen Middlesex Servant
Hood Helen Ayrshire Servant
Iroim Annie Derry Servant
Iroim Mary J. Derry Servant
McCarthy Mary Middlesez Servant
McGinity Mary Mayo Housemaid
Minton Emily Surrey Housemaid           MATRON
O'Donnell Catherine Limerick Dairymaid
Pilkington Frances Lancashire   Servant
John E. Lancashire
Ada Lancashire
Emma Lancashire
Charles Lancashire
Quigley Kate Tipperary Servant
Quigley Johanna Tipperary Servant
Roy Emma Essex Laundrymaid
Spence Sarah E. Middlesex Servant
Ada J. Middlesex
Catherine A. Middlesex
Ester E. Middlesex
Vicars Elizabeth Lincolnshire Servant
Vicars Mary J. Lincolnshire Servant
Woalliams Elizabeth Glousestershire
Woalliams Laura Glousestershire

                     

Copyright Denise & Peter 1999, 2000

New Zealand Gazette & Otago Witness May 1st 1875

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