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1875 Records of Hammond Family

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Irene

Irene Report 21 Feb 2013 17:46

I understand the Hammond Family
left England for New Zealand in 1875.
Parents were David and Jane Howard
and many of their children went with
them. Does anyone have any emmegration
records for this period please. Irene

Shirley~I,m getting the hang of it

Shirley~I,m getting the hang of it Report 21 Feb 2013 18:09

Online emigration records start from 1890, you may find them on New Zealand incoming records

Choccy

Choccy Report 21 Feb 2013 18:31



https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-266-12141-24085-90?cc=1609792&wc=MMBG-TRC:2062192060


name: David Hammond
event: Immigration
arrival date: 02 Feb 1875
event place: New Zealand
gender: Male
age:
marital status:
origin: Wilts
occupation: plumber
estimated birth year:
shipping company:
ship: Warwick
ship's departure port:
departure port:
departure date: 10 Oct 1874
ship's arrival port: Auckland
arrival port: Auckland
digital folder number: 004412883
image number: 00006

travelling with

Jane 39
Charles 17
Sarah 15
Emily 13
Frederic 12
John 9
William 6
James 3

Londonbelle

Londonbelle Report 21 Feb 2013 18:37

WARWICK



The WARWICK departed London on 11 October, 1874 and arrived in Auckland on Saturday, 23 January, 1875, with Captain James Skinner in command.



Transcribed from the Daily Southern Cross, for Saturday, 23 January, 1875, Page 2



ARRIVAL OF THE WARWICK.

The fine iron ship Warwick, under the command of Captain James Skinner, who visited this port some two years back, arrived in harbour yesterday after a passage of 102 days. The Warwick, b*s***es bringing a full general cargo and several saloon passengers, also has on board 216 (adult) immigrants. The immigrants were under the charge of Dr. W. P. Nesbitt, (who visited this port in the ship Queen Bee, in a similar capacity). shortly after the vessel rounded the North Head, she was boarded by the Health Officer, Dr. Philson, and the Immigration Officer; a clean bill of health was given to her. From the ship's log we learn that nothing worthy of note occurred during the passage, she having had a fine weather passage throughout. The Warwick left London on October 11, and crossed the equator on November 11, and made the Three Kings on January 18. Light winds prevailed down the coast. The following births and deaths occurred during the passage:- Deaths: January 8, Michael Donoher, aged 42, of obstruction of the bowel; on November 2, Alfred Bundy, aged 11 months, of measles; on December 24, James Summers, aged two years, of diarrhea; on December 26, Ellen M. Wamill, aged 15 days. Births: On December 11, the wife of Frederick Burke, of a daughter; and on January 2, the wife of John Luvreal, of a son (stillborn.) The ship will be berthed at the Queen street wharf, to discharge her cargo early in the ensuing week. The following is a list of the immigrants:-

Families:

Arthur : John 24, Christiana 24, Allwood, Thomas 23, Jane 21;

Arms : John 29, Dorcas 33, George 4, Albert 3;

Bone : William 32, Emma 33;

Bond : John 37, Ellen 32, William 2, Sydney 1;

Bird : Alfred 34, Esther 20;

Cotton : William 25, Emily 23, Alfred;

Gandin : Honore 33, Sarah 30;

Donoher : Michael 42, Mary 33, Michael 10, Mary 11, Patrick 12, Johanna 8, Bridget 6, Margaret 3;

Ede : William 31, Sarah 30, Emily 9, John 5;

Griffin : Jonathan 26, Emily 27, Jessie 6, Ellen 5, John 2, Louis 1;

Hammond : David 39, Jane 39, Charles 17, Sarah 15, Emily 13, Frederick 12, John 9, William 6, James *;

James : William 40, Edith 30;

Hitchcock : William 29, Clara 29, Frederick 4, Margaret 1;

Holtham : John 35, Emma 33, William 14, Emma 12, Ellen 9, Mary 7, Fanny 3, John 1;

Lowe : James, 27, Emma 25;

Lowry : Daniel 31, Honoria 24, James 7, Carberry 6, Mary 1;

McFarland : James 37, Jane 37, Eliza 18, Andrew 16, William 14, Isabella 13, Mary 10, Eleanor 7, John 4;

Neal : Henry 21, Annie 21;

Ogden : William 27, Kate 27;

Talmer : William 25, Maria 22, William 1;

Preston : Thomas 40, Maria 32, Willie 8, John 6, Frank 4, Mary 2;

Rowe : Mark 33, Eliza 32, Amelia 11, William 8, Eliza 5, John 3;

Summers : Robert 22, Margaret 30; Annie 1;

Stratham : George 41, Margaret 44, Ruth 18;

Taylor : John 29, Sophia 28, Sophia 6, Ada 3, Edith 1;

Turvery : John 28, Hannah 26, Thomas 8, Daniel 6, James 1;

Webster : Charles 28, Emily 28, Walter 4, Ernest 1;

West : William 47, Elizabeth 43, Sarah 15, Walter 12, Sidney 10, Mary 7, Thomas 5, Albert 2;

Bourke : Jeremiah 23, Elizabeth 24, Percy 1;

Bundy : Edward 27, Eliza 25, Edward 5, Alfred 1;

Claydon : William 23, Susan 20;

Robb : James 26, Margaret 27, John 5, James 2;

Walters : William 38, Sarah 38, William 8;

Swan : John 58, Thomas 23, Jane 18;

Ahern : Mary 34, Margaret 16, Ellen 15;

Dryland : Ann 49, James 12, Fredrick 8;

Devitt : Michael 37, Ellen 30, Arthur 5, Mary 2, John 1;

Dryland : William 23, Mary 23, Albert 3, Frederick 2;

Berryman : Charles 26, Dinah 22;

Rogers : Thomas 36, Mary 36, Elizabeth 14, Henry 12, John 5, Jane 3, James 1;

Pate : George 30, Sarah 27, Clara 4, George 2;

Tivercoy : Richard 36, Lizzie 36, Emma 5, Kate 3;

Williams : .Joseph 33, Selina 30, Joseph 12, Selina 10, Frederick 8, Thomas 5, William 1;

Page : Samuel 40, Susan 30;

Abbott : Charles 27, Emma 27;

Connor : Charles 25, Timothy 16, Mary 23, Kate 21, Bridget 20;

Hewend : Alfred 39, Ann 37;

Kilfoyle : John 35, James 13, Michael 11, Mary 5, Elizabeth 3;

Knight : Thomas 33, J. 25, James 7.



Single Men:-

Ansell, William 25;

Burchell, Arthur 20;

Brock, Moses 24;

Bateman, James 21;

Dawkes, Daniel 19;

Gilbert, John 28;

Gregg, Henry 21;

Liddard, George 21;

Mundry, William 21;

Neeson, John 20;

Nuno, George 20;

Paul, Walter 19;

Rowe, William J. 21;

Robertson, Alexander 20;

Taylor, Thomas 25;

West, Charles 19;

Leeson, John 38;

Haywood, John 21;

Hummings, James 21;

Johns, Charles 21;

Lyle, Frederick 28;

Mann, George 21;

Wallish, Matthew 21;

Cox, Jessie 35;

Morris, George 23;

Dyke, Alfred 22;

Norwood, Robert 21;

Clements, Henry 21;

Herlihy, David 17;

Dee, Michael 24;

Tavendale, David 22.



Single Women:-

Ahern : Mary 34, Margaret, 16, Ellen 15;

Bermingham, Elizabeth 19;

Charley, Susanna;

Claydon, Fanny 19;

Mann, Jane 18;

Sullivan, Mary 25;

Rouse, Margaret, 34;

Wood, Charlotte 18;

Sullivan, Honora 17;

Bokan, Ann 21.





Irene

Irene Report 21 Feb 2013 18:39

Thats wonderful - thank you so very
much - that is so helpful. Irene