Search billions of records on Ancestry.com
   

IONIC

 

 

The IONIC departed London on 5 May, 1890 and arrived in Port Chalmers, via Plymouth, Teneriffe, Capetown and Hobart, on 30 June, 1890.

 

 

Transcribed from the Otago Daily Times, 1 July, 1890, Page 1

 

 

Ionic, R.M.S., 4753 tons, Kidley, from Plymouth (May 17), via Teneriffe (May 22), Cape Town (June 7), and Hobart (June 26.) Dalgety and Co. (Limited), agents.

 

Passengers:-

 

For Dunedin:

Saloon-

Mr Brett

 

Second saloon-

Mrs Spraggon

Misses H Spraggon, L Spraggon, M Spraggon, V Spraggon

Master P Spraggon

Mr and Mrs Beedham

 

Steerage-

Mr J Mackin

Messrs - W Goss, J Hawthorn, V M Gimpsey, P Russell, M Phillips, W G Marr

 

For the Bluff:

Steerage-

Mr S McFarlane

 

For Lyttelton:

Second saloon-

Miss M Edwards

Messrs I May, R O Cameron

 

Steerage-

Misses E Dent, I Langley, E Langley

Messrs G Dent, J Dent, N Driscoll

 

For Wellington:

Second saloon-

Misses M Butler, N Power

 

Steerage-

Mr, Mrs, Miss, and Master Glackin

Mr and Mrs J Hewitson

Miss Hewitson

Mr and Mrs Wilson and 3 children

Messsrs G Wood, A Herd

 

For Nelson:

Second saloon-

Miss E Pothecary

 

Steerage-

Mr T O Davies

 

For Napier:

Second saloon-

Mrs and Miss Tonkin

Master Tonkin (2)

Mr G L Gardiner

 

For Auckland:

Saloon-

Miss Hay Chapman

Mr J Hay Chapman

Colonel Carre

 

Second saloon-

Messrs G Bruce, J Nicholson

 

Steerage-

Messrs J Henderson, A Henderson, J Russell

 

Go to TOP

 

 

 

Copyright Gavin W Petrie 2012