CREW DECK DEPARTMENT Garrard F.G. Captain Lindsay R 1st Officer Maloney E 2nd Officer Morrison J Carpenter Nicholson T Lamps Burnett J AB Denz F AB Dixon T AB Horan G AB Johnston E AB Polson Hugh AB Stewart C AB Weston J AB Unknown AB Unknown Boy Brass Cleaner OFFICE Jones W.B. Purser ENGINE DEPARTMENT Adams W Donkeyman Armstead Alfred Fireman Armstead S Trimmer Corbett C Fireman Livingstone Alex 2nd Engineer Munro Alex Cheif Engineer Maher Jas Engineer's Storeman Rahel F Trimmer Sutherland A 3rd Engineer Unknown Fireman Young J Trimmer STEWARDS DEPARTMENT Ellen Chas Cheif Steward Warren Jas 2nd Steward Brien Wm Bedroom Steward Cartledge Thos Bedroom Steward Aitken Miss J Stewardess Smith WM Pantryman Haynes Thos 2nd Pantryman Collins W Forecastle Steward Davidson W Assistant Steward Silva Chas de Officers Steward Miscellief Antonio Cheif Cook Kaimena Louis 2nd Cooc Unknown Aucklander Butcher PASSENGERS NAME DESTINATION CLASS M F C From Auckland Bell William London 1st 1 Kelly Miss Mary Hobart 2nd 1 Denz Mrs Melbourne 2nd 1 Chatterton Mr Melbourne 2nd 1 Sarah Mr Melbourne 2nd 1 From Tauranga Brennan Mre and children Hobart 2nd 1 3 From Napier Daly J London 2nd 1 From Wellington Burgett C Melbourne 1st 1 Downes Mr, Mrs E.W.M. Melbourne 1st 1 1 Marsh R.B.T. London 1st 1 O'sullivan T London 2nd 1 Williams John London 2nd 1 Holt Charles Melbourne 2nd 1 Davis T Melbourne 2nd 1 Wiltshire Geo Melbourne 2nd 1 From Lyttelton Lawrence G Bluff 2nd 1 Sharp Mr Bluff 2nd 1 Boyle Mr Bluff 2nd 1 Waterhouse Rev. J Melbourne 1st 1 Waterhouse J Melbourne 1st 1 Richardson Rev. J.B. Melbourne 1st 1 Mitchell E Melbourne 1st 1 Connell E Melbourne 1st 1 Armitage Rev. J Melbourne 1st 1 Jones Mrs, W.B. Melbourne 1st 1 Crawford R.M. Melbourne 1st 1 Campbell Dr and Mrs 5 children and servent London 1st 1 2 5 Gordon John London 1st 1 Gough Charles London 1st 1 Gillingham T London 1st 1 Gough Neil Melbourne 2nd 1 Green Mr. W Melbourne 2nd 1 Bassett W Melbourne 2nd 1 Ashworth J Melbourne 2nd 1 Hill Mr and Mrs and child London 2nd 1 1 1 Wallace J London 2nd 1 Young Wm London 2nd 1 Hanson B London 2nd 1 Scoone J London 2nd 1 Jones T London 2nd 1 White Wm London 2nd 1 Davis Daniel London 2nd 1 Carlberg Carl London 2nd 1 From Dunedin Bailey Thos Bluff 1st 1 Bryant Mr and Mrs Hobart 2nd 1 1 Eva J.O. Melbourne 1st 1 Ramsay W.O. Melbourne 2nd 1 Master Munro Melbourne 2nd 1 Wright Robert Melbourne 2nd 1 Robins George Melbourne 2nd 1 Martin George Melbourne 2nd 1 Dean Robert Melbourne 2nd 1 Dobson Wm Melbourne 2nd 1 Andrews H.N.J. Melbourne 2nd 1 Barry John Melbourne 2nd 1 Anderson P Melbourne 2nd 1 Rae A London 2nd 1 Gray G London 2nd 1 Young J London 2nd 1 Anderson J London 2nd 1 Bainbridge J London 2nd 1 Walsh R London 2nd 1 Dowdall M London 2nd 1 Shevrar C London 2nd 1 Cook H.A. London 2nd 1 Deeley Henry London 2nd 1 The above list was taken from the Purser's Passenger Statements. Note, the Dunedin passengers were taken from the Ticket Board Block The passengers below are reported to have joined the Tararua at Port Chalmers on 28 April 1881 without booking at the Booking Office. Paisley Alex Ellis Alex Brennan Martin Nicholson Peter MacKay Donald Hardie Mr Wilson Mr Flaherty John Welsh Roger Flowers Edward MacFarland A English Dennis English Wm McLaren Mr McKenzie Mr Inglis Mr Cook Henry. A Gibb Henry Cochrane Mr Paul Jane Dunn Mrs and 4 children Gorton Daniel Chapman John Glenson Peter Christian Brown Robert SUMMARY Known Passengers: 63 Men 9 Women 10 Children Supposed Passengers 23 Men 2 Women 4 Children Crew 39 Men 1 Woman Total on board of 151 people, of which 20 survived, leaving a loss of 131 lives.
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