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NEW ZEALAND PASSENGER LISTS
ROMULUS
GRAVESEND, LONDON TO AUCKLAND
DEPARTED LONDON 26 JUNE 1862 ARRIVED AUCKLAND 17 OCTOBER 1862

From the Daily Southern Cross 20 October 1862 p3. Volume XVIII Issue 1637.

ARRIVAL OF THE ROMULUS
The ship signalled on Saturday afternoon, and which by many was supposed to be the "Indian Empire" (now overdue), proved to be the "Romulus", Captain Lord of Bristol, from London. She left Gravesend on June 26th, and had consequently been 113 days upon the voyage. She brings 121 passengers and a cargo of general merchandise. While working down the Channel she experienced constantly, head winds until 12 July. Crossed the equator on August 10th, m27 W. On September ? she passed the meridian of the Cape m 42 S. On Tuesday 14th inst, made the Three Kings, and came to an anchor in the Waitemata on Saturday evening at 8pm. The Romulus experienced fine weather all the voyage out. Mr D Nathan is her agent. Total 97 adults, 20 children between 1 and 12, and 6 infants.

AGAR A W Warehouseman
ARNOLD Joseph Labourer
ARNOLD William Labourer
ATKINS Joseph Druggist
BELL George Farmer
BESWICK William Farmer
BLYTHE William Farmer
BOYD J Farmer
BRUCE David Labourer
BRUCE Grace Servant
CARLIN Cecilia Servant
CHALMERS William Farmer
CLARK R (Ensign) Cabin
CONLEY William Labourer
COOK James Labourer
COOKSON Edmund Farmer
COOKSON Joseph Farmer
DAVIS Maria Mrs, Maria Housewife
DICKSON W, Ann Mrs, William, Clara, Walter, Alexander and Charles Clerk
EARLY J W Farmer
ELLIS Albert Farmer
ELLIS Sydney L Farmer
FARRAR John Labourer
FIELD W F Farmer
FIELDING Daniel Butcher
FORMAN George Carpenter
FORMAN Marshall Carpenter
HAMILTON M Labourer
HEYDEN Patrick Distiller
HOLLAND George Bricklayer
HOLLAND L Mrs, Susan, Georgina, Ellen, Arthur, Horatio, Alma and John Housewife
HOLLAND Phoebe Servant
JOHNSTON Benjamin Farmer
JONES John Farmer
JONES John, Elizabeth Mrs, Annie, William John and James M Labourer
KENME James A C Farmer
LAVER Charles, Caroline Mrs, Laura M Carpenter
LEA James Farmer
LENDRUM George Labourer
LENDRUM Robert Labourer
LITTLEPROUD Henry Labourer
LUNN Thomas Farmer
MACKENZIE Francis Compositor
MACKENZIE Francis, wife, Fanny, Bessie, Caroline, Phoebe and Donald Carpenter
MACKENZIE John Baker
MACKENZIE Kenneth Labourer
MACONN James, Priscilla Mrs, Ann Jane Farmer
MAUNDER George Farmer
McKIE Jane (Mrs), Elizabeth and William John Housewife
MONTGOMERY Samuel Labourer
MUNRO Isabella Servant
MUNRO Jessie Servant
MUNRO William Farmer
NAYLOR William Labourer
NICHOL Richard, Sarah Mrs, Martha, Phyllis, Richard, Ann and Caroline Butcher
OVERDON W Farmer
PAPWORTH Richard, Ann Mrs Butcher
PEEK Richard Labourer
PHILLIPS Gerald Farmer
QUINLAW James, Eliza Mrs Labourer
RATCLIFFE E F Servant
RAWDEN Henry Labourer
REA Hugh Labourer
REA Thomas Labourer
RIDLER James Farmer
ROBSON James Glazier
SCOTT Matthew Ship carpenter
SHERLOCK John Labourer
SHERLOCK Judith Servant
SIMPSON Barbara Servant
SMITH Alfred Butcher
SMITH George Farmer
SMITH Henry Farmer
SMITH Melville Farmer
SMYTH Wilson Labourer
STAUNTON John Farmer
STEGGALL Robert M, Mary Ann Labourer
TAYLOR Benjamin Carpenter
THOROGOOD William Barman
TYLDEN C (Ensign) Cabin
WHITE George Farmer
WILKIN Robert Farmer
YOUNG Mary Mrs Widow
YOUNG W J Carpenter


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