PASSENGER LISTS TO NEW ZEALAND
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ALUMBAGH - London to Auckland 1875
BEN NEVIS - London to Auckland 1879
BOMBAY - Downs to Auckland 1865.
BRITISH EMPIRE - Falmouth to Auckland 1880. (Many passengers went on to Tauranga).
CARISBROOK CASTLE - Liverpool via Belfast to Auckland 1875. (Many of these passengers were part of George Vesey Stewart's party to settle at Katikati)
DILHAREE - London to Auckland 1875.
DOVER CASTLE - London via Belfast to Auckland 1875.
FERNGLEN - London to Auckland 1880.
GANGES - Queenstown, Ireland to Auckland 1865.
HELENSLEE – Clyde, Glasgow to Auckland 1864. (The majority of passengers went on to settle at Pokeno (Queen's Redoubt), south of Auckland).
JESSIE OSBORN - London to Auckland 1876.
LADY JOCELYN - London via Belfast to Auckland 1878. (These passengers were part of George Vesey Stewart's party to settle at Katikati).
LANCASHIRE WITCH - London to Auckland 1865.
LORD BURLEIGH - London to Auckland 1856.
LUTTERWORTH - London to Auckland 1880.
MANDARIN - London to Auckland 1843. (This is the list of the 31 Parkhurst boys who were sent to Auckland from the Parkhurst Prison on the Isle of Wight.)
MILTIADES – Gravesend to Auckland 1874
NORTHUMBERLAND - London? to Auckland 1884.
OXFORD - Downs to Auckland 1881. (Many passengers went on to Tauranga and Te Puke).
ROBERT SMALL - London to Auckland 1862.
ROMULUS - Gravesend to Auckland 1862.
ROYAL STUART - London to Auckland 1864.
SIR GEORGE SEYMOUR - Gravesend to Auckland 1847. (This voyage carried NZ Fencibles to settle at Howick, Auckland).
ST GEORGE - Portsmouth to Auckland 1842. (This is the list of the 98 Parkhurst boys who were sent to Auckland from the Parkhurst Prison on the Isle of Wight.)
WANGANUI - Plymouth to Auckland 1880.
MARAMA - ROTORUA - NIAGARA - MAKURA - SOMERSET - Shipping to Auckland - September to December - 1914
MAY QUEEN - London to Tauranga 1881.
RAKAIA - ? to Tauranga 1881. (Many passengers went on to Te Puke).
LORD WILLIAM BENTINCK - Gravesend to Wellington 1841
DENISE AND PETERS PASSENGER LISTS. - Scroll down to 'Passenger Lists' -Has over 1000 on-line passenger lists of immigrants to New Zealand.
NEW ZEALAND YESTERYEARS - 19th Century History Resources for Genealogists for the whole of New Zealand from 1819 to 1900, over 1500 passenger lists, more than 500 ships (many with photographs/paintings), 11 shipboard diaries, and much much more...
GAVIN'S IMMIGRANT SHIPS TO NEW ZEALAND - 1835 - 1910. - linked to many passenger lists.
NEW ZEALAND BOUND. - Dedicated to identifying genealogical resources to assist in locating which New Zealand bound ship an immigrant ancestor was aboard.NEW ZEALAND IMMIGRATION PASSENGER LISTS - LDS Beta Site for New Zealand Passenger Lists 1871 -1915.
SURNAMES ON HAMBURG IMMIGRANT SHIPS TO NEW ZEALAND - 1872 - 1876. - German, Italian and Scandinavian immigrants to New Zealand.
ANCESTORS ON BOARD - 1890 - 1960 - Findmypast.com - a database featuring Outward Passenger Lists for long-distance voyages leaving the British Isles from 1890 to 1960. PAY TO VIEW
ROYAL NEW ZEALAND FENCIBLES - 1847 - 1852 - The Royal New Zealand Fencibles were a corp of retired soldiers of good character, under 48 years of age (it was later lowered to 41), at least 5ft 5 inches in height and with a minimum of 15 years service, from Britain and Ireland. They arrived in Auckland, New Zealand between 1847-1852 and formed the defence force which protected the early settlers of Auckland. Over 2500 men and their families arrived on the ten vessels.
ALBERTLAND IMMIGRANTS. - Several Migrant Ships transported “Albertlanders” from England to Port Albert, Kaipara Harbour between 1862 and 1865.
WAIKATO IMMIGRATION SCHEME - 1864 - 1865 - Passenger lists for the thirteen ships of the Waikato Immigration Scheme to Auckland. Areas settled include Bombay, Pokeno, Clevedon, Papakura, Pukekohe and Waiuku etc.
AUCKLAND CITY LIBRARY - PASSENGER LISTS. - Auckland inward passenger arrivals 1838 - 1886, 1909 -1921
CLIPPER AND SAILING SHIPS WHICH VOYAGED TO AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND FROM THE BRITISH ISLES.This site is constantly being developed, and records some of the many stories associated with the great sailing ships, which voyaged to Auckland, New Zealand. Passages took approximately 76 to 110 days under sail from Great Britain through the 1800s until the early 1900s
NEW PLYMOUTH (TARANAKI)
NAPIER (HAWKES BAY)
LYTTELTON (CHRISTCHURCH, CANTERBURY)
LYTTELTON - 1855 - 1870. - Both on and off-line passenger lists to Lyttelton.
PORT CHALMERS (DUNEDIN)
PASSENGER ARRIVALS AT PORT CHALMERS - March 1848 - January 1851.
Electronic copies of these popular books on the Sailing Ships that came to New Zealand.
AUSTRALIA - Many Passengers for New Zealand came via Australia and often appear in records there.
MARINERS AND SHIPS IN AUSTRALIAN WATERS. - Crew and passenger lists - c1850s - c1880s.
INDEX TO VESSELS ARRIVING IN SYDNEY - 1837-1925.
UNASSISTED IMMIGRATION TO VICTORIA (AUSTRALIA) FROM BRITISH, FOREIGN AND NEW ZEALAND PORTS
UNASSISTED IMMIGRATION TO VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA. - Index of Inward Passenger Lists from British, Foreign and New Zealand Ports 1852-1923.
ASSISTED BRITISH IMMIGRATION TO VICTORIA (AUSTRALIA)
ASSISTED BRITISH IMMIGRATION. - Index to Assisted British Immigration 1839-1871.
CASTLE GARDEN - NEW YORK - 1820-1892
CASTLE GARDEN - 1820 - 1892. - CastleGarden.org is an educational project of The Battery Conservancy. This free site offers access to an extraordinary database of information on 11 million immigrants from 1820 through 1892, the year Ellis Island opened. More than 100 million Americans can trace their ancestors to this early immigration period.
ELLIS ISLAND - NEW YORK - 1892-1924
ELLIS ISLAND - 1892-1924. - From 1892 to 1954, over twelve million ship passengers entered the United States through Ellis Island, a small island in New York Harbour. This included many New Zealander's on their way 'home' either to or from New Zealand. Well worth searching.
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