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RAKAIA - - TAURANGA - AUGUST 1881

List taken from the Bay of Plenty Times 13 August 1881. "The Rakaia, Captain Bone, brings a large number of passengers, a considerable proportion of whom come with well-lined pockets. Some proceed to Mr G V Stewart's Te Puke settlement, whilst others intend seeking suitable land to commence farming operations".

SALOON
FOSTER Frances
FOSTER Francis J
FOSTER Frederick
FOSTER Frederick
FOSTER Kate
PHILPOTS Frank G
ROTHERAM Georgiana
SURTEES A C Miss
WILMOTT Agnes
WILMOTT Charles
WILMOTT Charles D
SECOND CABIN
BINGHAM Harry R
BINGHAM Mary
COPLAND John
CORBETT Alfred
CRAIG Francis
CRAIG Hugh
ELLIOTT William
GILMOUR Eliza
GILMOUR Hugh
GILMOUR Hugh K
GILMOUR James
GILMOUR Matthew
GILMOUR William
LEDBETTER William
PARR Elizabeth
PARR Frances
PARR George
PARR John
PARR Robert
PARR William
STEPHENSON David
STEPHENSON David
STEPHENSON Eleanor
STEPHENSON Hessie
STEPHENSON Mrs
STEPHENSON Richard
STEPHENSON Samuel
STEERAGE
CARLTON Annie
CARLTON Bridget
CARLTON Francis
CARLTON James
CARLTON Joseph
CARLTON Kate
CARLTON Margaret
CARLTON Mary
CARLTON Mary
CARLTON Matilda
COX Archibald
COX Elsie
COX Emily
COX Lydia
COX Marie
COX Mary E
COX William
COX William
DICKS Sophie
JAMIESON John
LEAN John
MARTIN Ellen
PURKISS William J
REID Infant
REID Mary
STANWELL Annie
STANWELL Ella
STANWELL Fanny
STANWELL Frank
STANWELL George
STANWELL George
STANWELL Mary A
SURFLEET M Mrs
TILLING Annie
TWIGG Robert
WILLIAMS Philip

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