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OFFICIAL  LOG  BOOK

             

Name of Ship - GANGES

Official Number - 45930

Port of Registry - Liverpool

Registered Tonnage - 1211

Name of Master - Thomas Funnell

No of his Certificate - 1050



I wish to thank Christine Gill for making the GANGES Log Book details available.




Date of Commencement of Voyage - October 22nd, 1864


Nature of the Voyage or Employment - New Zealand

Delivered to the Shipping Master of the Port of LONDON the 26th day of January 1866


Page 5-7
List of Crew and Report of Character


Thomas FUNNELL   
Master



Thomas WOOLEY 1st mate



Robert W GRAY     
2nd mate


Walter BROWN
3rd mate


Frederick FRIDAY Boatswain


Osborn ARDEN? 
Carpenter


John SLAUGHTER
Sail Maker


James KRAUSE Ships Cook


George NEALE Steward


Thomas MORRISON 
2nd Steward
page 41
Discharged
Feb 20th
Alfred LAPWOOD Ships Cook Mate
Discharged
Mar 17th
William BROWN

Passengers Cook




Henry TUESON Passengers Cook Mate page 41

Alfred BYRNE Carpenters Mate page 41 Discharged
Feb 20th
Charles MOLLER AB page 42 Deserted
Mar 21st
John LINDSAY AB page 41

John WILLIAM
AB page 42 Deserted
Mar 17th
Charles WILLSON
AB page 43

John SUTHERLAND AB page 14 & 42 Deserted
Mar 27th
Frances PARK AB page 41 Deserted
Feb 20th
Thomas TAYLOR AB page 42 Deserted
Feb 21st
James LAWSON

page 41 Deserted
Feb 21st
William MORRIS
page 41 Deserted
Feb 21st
William COOKLEY
page 42 Deserted
Mar 17th
Charles DOLSEN?



William LOCKE
page 42 Deserted
Mar 27th
Benjamine EARLE  

page 41 Deserted
Feb21st
Henry FINCH

page 42 Deserted
Mar 21st
Charles ANDERSON AB


Henry HOIGHO?



Robert JOHNSON

page 41 Deserted
Feb 21st
William ANDERSON 

page 41 Deserted
Feb 21st
Antonio DUESKIN    

page 20
Drowned
Jan 7th
John MULLER OS page 42 Deserted
Mar 21st
Siman DIGMAN  

page 41 Deserted
Feb 18th
Edward FUNNELL 

page 41 Discharged
Feb21st
Alfred ELMS Butcher page 41 Discharged
Feb 20th
Thomas CLARK Purser page 41 Discharged
Mar 31st
William JAMESON Engineer
page 41 Discharged
Feb 21st
Samuel PERREY Baker page 41 Discharged
Feb 21st
J de Courcy YOUNG Surgeon
page 41 Discharged
Feb 21st
John MURPHY
Stowaway

Drowned
Jan 7th


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Date of the Occurance
entered, with Day &
Hour

Place of the
Occurance or
Situation by Latitude
and Longitude at Sea
Enteries required by Act of Parliament
page 8

November 9th 1864 Lat 41 2’N
Long 14 14’W
Robert Dudgoon.  A young man came aft to the Capt having
stowed himself away the day the passengers came on board,
and reported to the Captain the cause of so doing.  The Captain
had him put in one of the Single Mens Mess and ordered him to
keep the lamps trimed during the passage.
John Murphy Seaman was also stowed away and came aft the
same Day he said he wanted to get from Ireland.  The Captain
made him Ordinary Seaman to be Discharged at Auckland

page 9


November 22nd 1864 Lat 9 6’N
Long 24 6’W
Alice McDuff, one of the single girls was safely delivered of
a male child.  Mother and child doing well.
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Captain
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

November 24th 1864 Lat 6 45’N
Long 24 10’W
Mrs Highland was taken into the hospital at 10AM and delivered
of a male child.  Mother and child doing well, the parents names
are Thomas and Ann Highland.
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate
page 10

December 5th 1864 Lat 19 33’S
Long 27 31’W
At 3AM
Sarah Cowan the daughter of John and Mary Cowan died through
dissentry and infantile remitting? Fever.  Aged 3 years.
Was buried at 11.30AM.
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

December 6th 1864 Lat 22 20’S
Long 27 27’W
Margaret Jane McKinnon the Daughter of John and Sarah
McKinnon died at 4.50PM through dissentry and infantile remitting
fever.  Aged 2 years.  Was buried at 8PM
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate
page 11

December 8th 1864 Lat 28 25’S
Long 24 6’W
Died James Alexander the Son of James and Mary Alexander
through dissentery and infantile remitting fever. Aged one year
and four months.  Was buried at 7PM
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

December 8th 1864 Lat 28 25’S
Long 24 6’W
Mrs Mills was admitted in the hospital at 10.30PM of the 8’ and was
delivered of a Female child at 4AM of the 9th
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

page 12

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December 9th 1864 Lat 30 53’S
Long 23 14’W
Mrs Watson was taken in the hospital at 10AM and safely
delivered of a male child at 12.  Mother and child doing well
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

December 10th 1864 Lat 31 57’S
Long 22 13’W
At 1 AM Rachael Preston the wife of James Preston was taken in
the hospital and safely delivered of a female Child. Mother and
Child doing well
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

page 13



December 11th 1864 Lat 32 10’S
Long 21 10W
Died John Leatham. the Son of Christopher and Rebecca
Leatham at 2AM Aged 12 months and 10 days of dissentery
and infantile remitting fever.  Was buried at 7 AM
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

December 13th 1864 Lat 36 23’S
Long 12 7’W
Died John Poland the son of John and Theresa Poland. Age one
year and 10 months of dissentery and remitting fever after being in
the Hospital since Dec 11th PM.
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

page 14



December 17th 1864 Lat 38 41’S
Long 3 31’W
At 3 PM  while the doctor was coming aft John Sutherland Seaman
came behind him and crushed him.  When the doctor spoke to him    
about it he said he did not do so.  When the doctor told him he was
a Blaghard he said the doctor was the same and deserved knocking and said he would do it
Thomas Funnell, Master
Robt W Grey, Second Mate
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon Superintendant
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

page 15

December 17th 1864 Lat 38 41’S
Long 3 31’W
Died John the Son of George & Elizabeth McQuay.  Aged 6
months. Buried at 10AM  of dyssentery
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

December 17th 1864 Lat 35 41’S
Long 3 31’W
At 1 PM Mary Cummin the wife John Cummin was safely
delivered of a Son.  Mother and child doing well.   
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

December 18th 1864 Lat 39 19’S
Long 00 12’E
Mary the wife Robert Little safely delivered of a male child
Still born at 8.30 PM
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

page 16

December 19th 1864 Lat 39 33’S
Long 5 30’E
Rebecca the wife of James Etherington was safely delivered
of a son, both doing well.
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

December 19th 1864 Lat 39 33’S
Long 5 30’E

Died Andrew the son of William and Rose McDowell.  Aged
15 months of merasmus.  Buried at 5 PM
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

December 25th 1864 Lat 29 36’S
Long 19 33’E

Ellen Graham the daughter of William Graham Died through
dissentry.  Aged 11 months, buried 7.30 AM of the 26th
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

page 17

December 25th 1864 Lat 39 36’S
Long 19 33’E
Died the Infant Son of Samuel & Rebecca Hetherington.
Same day at 7 AM Thomas Funnell, Ganges Young
son of Alice McDuff  Aged 4 weeks
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

December 27th 1864 Lat 40 35’
Long 27 33’E
At 2 AM  Margaret Jane daughter of Samuel & Eliza Jane
Miller. Aged 12 months.  Buried at 6 AM.
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

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December 30th 1864
Lat 42 19'S
Long 42 16'E
Died Mrs Malutahy the wife of J Malutahy with
sicks? pregnancy, dissentry and anaemia. Was buried
at 11.30 AM
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate
January 1st 1865
Lat 43 00’S
Long 52 23’ E

William Hamilton son of Hugh & Rebecca Hamilton Died
at 11.15 AM with  pertuses, Bronchitis & Quinsey?
Aged 2 years and 9 months
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate
January 1st 1865
Lat 43 00’S
Long 52 23’E
Robert Graham of Dissentry the son of T Graham
Aged 2 y 9 months . Hooping Cough
Buried 7 PM
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

page 19


January 3rd 1865
Lat 43 11’S
Long 66 00'E
Died Elizabeth Daughter of Thomas & Eliza Elliott
Aged 4 months with Dissentry
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

January 4th 1865
Lat 43 7’S
Long 70 33'E
At 8.45 AM Mary wife of John Smith of a son.  Mother
and child doing well.
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

January 6th 1865
Lat 43 40’S
Long 76 58'E
Found Dead in bed Benjamine son of William & Matilda
Clark.  Aged 4 months
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

page 20


January 7th 1865
Lat 44 8’S
Long 80 50’E
At 6.30 AM Hannah wife of David Dalton of a Daughter
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

January 7th 1865
Lat 44 8’S
Long 80 00’E

At 3PM  While the crew were aloft furling the main topsail
Anthony Dueskin AB & John Murphy OS fell overboard and were
drowned. Ship going at the rate of 12  knots an hour  & heavy
sea running. Weather such no assistance could  be rendered.
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

page 21


January 7th 1865
Lat 44 8’S
Long 80 50’E
At 6 PM sent the 2nd Mate Mr Gray to bring the Clothes of the two
Deceased men aft but found that John Murphy had none.   
Anthony Dueskins, were brought aft.
       
List of Clothes Belonging to Antionio Dueskin
1 Black Jacket
4  Trousers & waistcoat
6  Towels, 1 neck tye, 1 photograph
1 pair braces, 2 cotton shirts
1 pair boots, 2 singlets, 1 serge shirt
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate
Robt W Grey, Second Mate

January 8th 1865
Lat 44 18'S
Long 85 12’E
Died at 3.45 PM Jane son of John & Margaret Cathcart.
Aged 11 months with Enemia
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

page 22


January 10th 1865
Lat 44 19’S
Long 94 37'E
Died at 8.30 AM Thomas the son of James & Mary Ann
Johnson.  Aged 2 years of Enemia and Hooping Cough
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

January 11th 1865
Lat 45 12’ S
Long 99 56’E
At 5 PM died Isobella, daughter of George & Elizabeth McQuay
Aged 2 and a half years with Enaemia
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

page 23


January 13th 1865
Lat 45 27’S
Long 116 13’E
Died at 10.30 AM Catherine, daughter of Jane & Mary McNiece
Aged 9 months with Hooping Cough.
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

January 16th 1865
Lat 46 13’S
Long 120 00’E
Died at 8 AM Catherine, daughter of Theophilous & Mary Pratt
with dental Irritation pertusus & Enaemia,  buried at 10.30 AM
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

page 24
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January 19th 1865
Lat 19 53’S
Long 125 00'E
Died at 5.30 AM Thomas the son of James & Mary Moore with
Dissentery, Gastritus & pertusus.  Aged 4 years, buried at 7 AM
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

January 20th 1865
Lat 40 53’S
Long 126 23’E
Died at 8.00 AM  Phebe, daughter of Robert & Eliza Hannah
Aged 14 months with Gastritus, Dysentry & Dental Irritation,
buried at 11 AM
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

page 25


January 22nd 1865
Lat 43 11’S
Long 135 19’E
Died at 4 PM Fanny the daughter of Thomas & Eliza Elliott,
Aged 2 years & 8 months of Gastritis, Dysentery & Enemia,
buried at 9 PM.
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

January 22nd 1865
Lat 43 11"S
Long 135 19’E

Died at 8.30 PM Robert the son of Robert & Dinah Miller.
Aged 4 years of Gastritis, Dysentery, Enemia & Masasanus
buried at 9 PM
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

January 23rd 1865
Lat 44 18’S
Long 140 14’E
Died David the son of John & Mary Smith of Anemia
Aged 19 days
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate


page 26

January 23th 1865 Lat 44 18’S
Long 140 14’E
Died John son of James & Catherine (Mary - crossed out) Hicks
Aged 11 months of Dysentery, Anemia,
buried at midnight
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate
 
January 24th 1865 Lat 44 37’S
Long 144 56’E
Died at 8.30 PM Robert Henry son of William John &
Elizabeth McGough
Aged 18 months of Pertusus & Bronchitis
Buried same night
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate


January 25th 1865 Lat 43 35’S
Long 149 18’E
Died Annie at 2 AM the daughter of Laurence & Mary
Farrelly.  Aged 2 and a half years of Pertusus & Dysentery
Buried a 10 AM
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

page 27


January 25th 1865 Lat 43 35’S
Long 149 14’E
Died at 6 AM  Grace the daughter of James & Rachael Preston
Aged 6 weeks of Aenemia
Buried at 8 AM
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

Same day at 7.30 AM Martha daughter of Robert & Martha
McCracken.  Aged 2 years of pertusus & puenomia
Same day at 7.30 PM the (Eliza) daughter of William & Margaret
Ann Morrow.  Aged 1 year & 9 months of pertusus & Bronchitis
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

page 28

January 25th 1865 Lat 43 35’S
Long 149 14’E
Died at 9 PM Martha daughter of Thomas & Margaret Jane
Moore Aged 11 months of Dental Irritation, pertusus Bronchitis
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

January 26th 1865 Lat 4223’S
Long 15234’E
Died at 2 PM Annie daughter of Theophilus Pratt
Aged 3 years of pertusus & Masimus
Buried at 4 PM
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

page 29

January 26th 1865 Lat 42 23’S
Long 152 34’E
At 7.45 AM Teresa the wife of John Poland safely
delivered of a son
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

January 26th 1865 Lat 42 23’S
Long 152 34’E
Died Christopher Mills the (adopted) son of James & Mary
Dilworth Aged 4 yr & 9 months of bronchitis
Buried at 11 PM
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate
January 27th 1865 Lat 40 34’S Died at 1 PM the (Annie) daughter of Thaophilus &
Catherine Pratt.  age 5 years of Pertusis & Bronchitis,
buried at 4 PM.
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January 28th 1865 Lat 38 52’S
Long15223’E
At 5.15 AM Rebecca the wife of James Slater safely
delivered a Female child
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

January 28th 1865 Lat 38 52’S
Long 152 23’E
Died at 7.30 PM Maria daughter of Laurence & Mary
Farrelly  Aged 6 years of Pertusus, Bronchitis &
Dysentery
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

January 29th 1865 Lat 38 28’S
Long 156 12’E
Died at 5 PM Jane daughter of James & Mary McCormick
aged 14 months buried at 7PM .
Hooping Cough & Bronchitis
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

page 31

January 29th 1865 Lat 38 28’S
Long 156 12’E
Died at 5.45 PM Elizabeth daughter of William & Rose
McDowell aged 4 years of Pertusus, Bronchitis & Aenemia
Buried at 7 PM
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

January 30th 1865 Lat 38 13’S
Long 160 3’E
Died at 7 PM Margaret daughter of George & Phoebe
Hadskis. Aged 18 months of Pertusus & Bronchitis
buried at 9 PM
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

January 31st 1865 Lat 39 37’S
Long 162 23’E
Died at 12.30 PM Dinah daughter of Henry & Elizabeth
Brownlee.  aged 2 years of Hooping Cough & Bronchitis
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

page 32

February 2nd 1865 Lat 40 25’S
Long 165 37’E
Died at 4.30 AM Ann daughter of Thomas & Margaret Moore
aged 7 years of Dysentry & Dropsey
Buried at 6 AM
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate


At 9 AM Mary wife of John Cowen safely delivered of a
daughter
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate
                                               
At  2.30 PM Died Helin daughter of Thomas & Bridget Wright
aged 12 months of Pertusus & Bronchitis
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate


page 33

February 2nd 1865 Lat 40 25’S
Long 165 37’E
Mary Ann Johnston was safely delivered of a male child at
4.30PM
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate
                                               
Mary Russell wife of John Russell abortion
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

February 4th 1865 Lat 38 38’S
Long 169 13’E
Maryann Cheshire the wife of John Cheshire safely
delivered of a male child
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

page 34

February 5th 1865 Lat 38 29’S
Log 169 20’E
Died at 4 PM Martha the daughter of Hugh & Catherine Kelly
aged 2 years & 2 months of Pertusus, Bronchitis & Aenemia
buried at 6 PM
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate


Lat 38 29’S
Long 169 20’E
Died at 6 PM John the son of James & Margaret Fergy of
Pertusus, Dysentry & Aenemia
Buried at 7 PM
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

page 35


February 6th 1865
Lat 38 29’S
Long 169 20’E
Died 5 PM William John Brown son of William & Mary
Brown Aged 2 years & 2 months of Dysentry, Pertusus &
Bronchitis & Aenemia,  buried at 8 PM
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

February 8th 1865
Lat 33 44’S
Long 173 42’E
Died at 4 AM Jane daughter of Samuel Mc Clutch
Aged 1 year and 10 months
buried at 6 AM of Bronchitis and Dysentry
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate
       
Same day at 2.30 PM Martha Jane daughter of William &
Martha Preston aged 4 years of Dysentery & Bronchitis
buried at 4 PM
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

page 36
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Febuary 10th 1865
Lat 34 31’S
Long 174 45’E
Died at 8.30 AM Elron Slater Son of James & Rebecca
Slater  Aged 2 years 9 months of Dysentry & Aenemia
buried same morning.

Same day Ellen Jane, daughter of Alexander & Ellen Leech of
Pertusus & Dysentry. aged 9 months
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

February 10th 1865
Lat 34 35’S
Long 174 45’E
Died Mary Eyre daughter of William & Mary Eyre
aged 1- 11 months of Pertusus, Dysentry & Aenemia
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

February 12th 1865
Lat 34 31’S
Long 174 45’E
Died Mary Bruce daughter of Hugh & Catherine Bruce
Aged 2 years of Scold, Pertusus & Aenemia
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

page 37


February 12th 1865
Lat 34 31’E
Long 174 45’E
Died Annie Highland daughter of Thomas & Ann
Highland aged 2 years, Pertusus, Merasimus . Dental
Irritation & Aenemia
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate       
       
Same day Ellen wife of W H Reynolds at 4.30 AM
of Dysentry. buried at 5 AM aged 43 years
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon

February 13th 1865
Lat 35 38’S
Long 175 20’E
Died at 7.30 PM Mary daughter of John & Teresa Poland
Aged 3 and a half years of Pertusus & Bronchitis
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

February 14th 1865

Died at 12.30 AM  Eliza Jane Preston daughter of James &
Rebecca Preston, aged 1 year and 10 months of Pertusus,
Bronchitis, Gastritis, Dysentry & Convulsions
J de Courcy Young, Surgeon
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

page 38


February 11th 1865
Lat 34 27’S
Long 174 13’E
At 4 AM when the watch was called to tack ship William
COKELY seaman refused to turn out. When called up by his
shipmates he said he was in no hurry and did not turn out till he
was called by Mr GRAY the 2nd Mate, after the ship was turned
round the Captain called him aft spoke to him about it he
confessed  he did say so.  At 5PM Charles MULLER was in the
Forcastte COKELY went in, wanted to know what he had told the
Captain about him before he could reply he knocked him down

page 39

Blacked his Eyes & cut his mouth very much this same COKLEY
has been a very disagreeable and always threatening what he
would do to his shipmates.
this Entry was read over to him, his reply was the 2 Mate had not
called him.
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate
Robt W Grey, Second Mate

February 16th 1865
Auckland
Harbour
At 1 AM a disturbance broke out between J. WILLIAMS and the
Emigrant Cook, Mr BROWN, the Cook using very bad language
to WILLIAMS and irritating him very much, until a fight ensued

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when WILLIAMS tore down the Berth Ceads? to get to the single
girls. While the quarrel was  going on John SUTHERLAND went
below and attacked the 2nd Steward who was trying to get the
others on deck and was very troublesome.
William COKLEY, seaman, was also below but did not take an            
active part on either side, but kept saying “ Don’t bully the men”
this same man has been very troublesome during the voyage.
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate
Robt W Grey, Second Mate

February 17th 1865
Auckland, NZ
Delivered to Shipping Master
Effects and wages due to           s     d
Antonio Duskin    Deceased    6    6     8
                       Deductions    3    2     0
                                                                                                     
                            Balance 3     4     8
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate

page 41

February 18th 1865 Auckland, NZ
Seamen DIGMAN deserted taking his effects with him
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate
Robt W Grey, Second Mate

February 20th 1865
Discharged
A LAPWOOD (deleted)


Alfred BRYNE
Thomas MORRISON
Alfred ELMES
W H TUESON
Francis PARK  Seaman destarded? with his clothes
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate
Robt W Grey, Second Mate

February 21st 1865
Edward T FUNNELL
Samuel PERRY
William JAMESON
J de Courcy YOUNG
Surgeon
James LAWSON
Thomas TAYLOR
Benjamin EARLE
William MORRIS
William ANDERSON
John LINDSAY              Articled Seaman Deserted with their effects also
R JOHNSON
Thomas FUNNELL, Master
Thomas WOOLLEY, 1st Mate
Robt. W GREY, 2nd Mate

page 42


March 17th 1865
Auckland

Discharged
Alfred LAPWOOD
William COKELY &
John WILLIAMS            eserted taking their effects with them
March 21st 1865

Charles & John MULLER  &
Henry FINCH  Seamen Deserted with their effects
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate
Robt W Grey, Second Mate

March 27th 1865

William LOCK   &
John SUTHERLAND  Seamen deserted with their effects
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate
Robt W Grey, Second Mate

page 43


March 31st 1865
Auckland
Discharged
Thomas William CLARK, Purser

July 31st 1865
Calcutta
Discharged 6 seamen
William PEEL
Chas WILLSON
John CUNNINGHAM
John BAKER
John KELLY
William THORNTON
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate
Robt W Grey, Second Mate

July 31st 1865
Calcutta





Not joined
Shipped  6 seamen
Frank SOVELL
James  McDONALD
William JOHNSON
John NICHOLAS
William WINTER
John PENNEY
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September 6th 1865
Calcutta
Discharged two seamen
James McDONALD
Henry  MARCHFIELD

September 7th 1865


Not joined
Shipped two seamen
John SECTANT
William PENING
Thomas Funnell, Master
Thomas Woolley, 1st Mate
Robt W Grey, Second Mate


September 22nd 1865
Calcutta
Engaged  4 Seamen
namely
Andrew CATCHPOLE
Alfred DULALE
James WRIGHT
Samuel WHITNEY
the later being a distressed seaman : sent home






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