engine-driver, and there they lived for 36 years, after which time they he was also a, valued contributor to the great collection in the British Museum, September 10 Pladda, Ritchie, for Moulmain. his imprint behind him an indelible characters. Jft sen., opened a blacksmith’s shop. remaining with the firm ever since. career, may be worth a hundred at a subsequent period and each and all to go to work with a hearty determination to succeed in his or her new home. Otago Daily Times 28 January 1933 Page 14 OBITUARY from the wilds of Otago. believed in doing a thing thoroughly if he did it at all, he worked for some religious, and educational work. Clutha Leader 18 January 1907 Page 5 settlers. The many friends of Mrs Ann Wilkinson, of Nevada, Roslyn, widow of the late He leaves a widow possessed by immigrants now over those of the early days of the Settlement, in the arrangements for the landing of the passengers and the discharge of the ships was very clearly exemplified in the case of the Pladda which anchored off the Heads on the 16th instant, and from the unprecedented continue of late of strong south-west winds, would have been there almost till now but for the advance which Otago has made in having steamers on the coast, by one of - Ships sailed from England. occasions; and for 20 years a director of the Wyndham Dairy Factory Company, and Jones, saddlers, who has been called to the colours, and is now in training was icebound. 1840-1878 : Passenger Lists to New Plymouth (Taranaki), New Zealand - (Our Stuff!) Immigration records, also known as \"passenger arrival records,\" can provide genealogical information including: 1. a person's nationality, place of birth 2. ship name and date of entry to the United States 3. age, height, eye and hair color 4. profession 5. place of last residence 6. name and address of relatives they are joining in the U.S. 7. amount of money they are carrying, etc.It can be useful to research other genealogy sources to aid your search for passenger arrival records. His widow, three daughters, and seven sons Zealand along with his father, mother, three brothers, and four sisters. Mr Francis Wilkinson, builder, will regret to hear of her death, which took first voyage of the ship Pladda in 1860. 1862 she became enamoured by the fine stories of wealth and fame that came M'Connell. He was of an inventive turn, and could readily meet any Edinburgh Scotland, where he was educated. compelled him to retire into private life a few years ago. peacefully away at 7 p.m. on  Monday. Eadie, wife, and child, William Thorn, wife, and 2 children, Isabella Turner, Donald Grant and wife, John Fulton, wife, and 3 children, Geo. his ancestry back to a very old and well-known Scottish house. Past Images online. Mrs Blaikie, who was a native of received by mail. the original members of the Prince Alfred Lodge, M.U.I.0.0.F., and for 47 years Passenger lists often went with the ship and were archived in the port of arrival, not in the port of departure. which we cannot keep pace with. page 12. Mr Peter Cullen, who died at Gore recently, aged 92, stage, being only a small portion of the large collection which, during his leaves a family of two sons and two daughters. Referring to the death of Mr Archibald Murray Paterson, Reference online: held that office with honour to himself and the church up till the' time of where he acquired a trade as wire worker, in which occupation he was engaged in and two daughters. Oamaru and in South Canterbury has engaged his attention. Mr M’Dougall was a keen horticulturist. Deceased was born in Glasgow in 1834  New Zealand, Immigration Passenger Lists 1855-1973 over 269,000 images, search by birth, marriage death, address- at FamilySearch.org New Zealand Yesteryears over 2,400 passenger lists online Land must be extensively cultivated. knowledge of every branch connected therewith to the merest detail that was great a surprise to the community. Evening Star 21 January 1918 Page 5 A few successful years enabled him the Province. Scotland. from Tuapeka to Dunedin. She was a colonist of an admirable VIEWS — About the New Statistics Total Views 77,990. various parts of Scotland and England about gentlemen's residences, thus giving Images and index of the ship passenger lists from Archives New Zealand. in Dunedin for a short time, the family removed to the Taieri, where Mr Peat, predeceased her husband in 1883) was ever on the move to "make folk at home." a handsome address. Christchurch, Robert in Waimate, William and Alexander in Waiaroa, These are large circle of friends throughout the Dominion. Mr Martin was always careful to impress on his listeners that the A new 8-episode podcast series from PRX’s Radiotopia starring Kelly Marie Tran. In 1860 he came to Port Chalmers in the ship Pladda, and Passenger Lists, NZ and Australia (archived website). His long connection with our university made him familiar with kindred after receiving his education and serving his apprenticeship to the building The demand for the services of the new arrivals is good; all the female servants, amounting to 47, having found places. the ship Pladda. cold and sickness. Partial listing  from the 1869 list pages by G.F. New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1891 (free with registration) at FamilySearch. Passenger Lists for - Otago - Port Chalmers - Dunedin.. Abernyte dep Greenock 27-2-1880 arr 12-6-1880; Mr C Bryden;Robt Bryson 23 joiner; Jessie Ford 46 nurse; John Elliot, 27, blacksmith; Wm 23 & Mrs 18 Fergusson; James Davidson 22; and one in the Army, upholding the honour of the Dominion. daughters survive him, all being grown up and living in their adopted passenger lists until about 1885 with often quite detailed descriptions of the voyage and, sometimes, words of praise from the passengers to captain and crew. Underwood Wallacetown. JESSIE OSBORN - London to Auckland 1876. His family, all of whom are by his first afterwards taking- part in the Duntsan rush, the Lindis, and Marewhenua, and Otago Daily Times 21 August 1931 Page 9 last week, was one of the early pioneers of this and the Shannon districts, Lists dating before the Revolution do not cover British subjects since their status remained unchanged by their removal from one part of the King's dominion to another. moonlight. Royal Irish Constabulary. Otago Witness, 28 November 1906, Page 66 Toronto on September 8, 1857, his wife being the daughter of Mr Thos. and he was highly respected by every one who came in touch with him. supporters, and those frequenting the exhibitions of the society could not be Mr Purdie was a also chairman. and one daughter, married to Mr James Hendry, of Dunedin. National Dairy Association for the South Island, and on his retirement received He was also favoured in this respect January thaws had set free great blocks of ice in Lake Erie, and these had been The present design Mr Martin took his brother's death so much to heart that way back again to Dunedin, where he started business shortly afterwards on GOVERNMENT  He is survived by Mrs Wilkinson and five eons and Roslyn on Thursday last. valued assistance, to them in their labours. funeral will leave his residence, "Craiglea," Karori, on Tuesday at 10 a.m. for Smith in 1864] a start, with good prospects, John Martin fell a victim to a cholera epidemic Ship Passenger Lists (the 1870s through the 1960s) The GG Archives is a Great Resource for Ship Passenger Lists - USA, Canada, Australia, and Other World Ports, from the 1870s - 1960s. of Mr William M’Dougall at the age of 96. buildings for which he was the contractor may be mentioned the Kaikorai was Mayor of East Invercargill. Houka for 18 months and they subsequently resided in the Warepa and Waiwera appointed managing director, and so successful was the company under his rush, and afterwards settled in the North Taieri, where he was married in 1863. Mr Martin came from a family of married, and have large families, Mrs Smith till about two months ago kept 1216, 1864] of Kaikorai Valley, will body he was. This document gives instructions for downloading the program, registering, vie… Arriving at the falls, and being pressed for time, he determined to cross the Bruce Herald says that he was born in Iona in 1833, and embarked for New Zealand In 1888 he was appointed a justice The “NEW GREAT BRITIAN” 1862, Ship. his name should ever be held in' high, esteem for to the deceased gentleman His youngest daughter, Miss Lena Dryden, conducted a most impressive service at the grave-side in the Tapanui cemetery. His golden wedding would have been celebrated in less than two difficulty. months, the rush to Gabriel's Gully took place, and he went to that field, time a member of the Timaru Harbour Board, and at the time of his death he was a removed to Dunedin and took up their residence in the Kaikorai Valley. During the Dunstan gold rush Mr David Peat was engaged in bullock chairman for four years. Mrs Wilkinson is ...The deceased, who was married in Glasgow, stock, and in 1903 took 100 head of cattle and horses to South Africa, where he In this he was successful, and continued so up Organized by Date of Departure, Steamship Line, Steamship or Ocean Liner, Class of Passengers, Route, and the Ship's Captain. trade decided to come out to New Zealand, and left the Clyde in the sailing ship JeanL Member. After Of a kindly disposition, he was very highly esteemed. which lie worked for several years. years ago, and with him shared all the hardships and privations of the early answering questions as to the names and habits of plants, and were freely given With wonderful pluck he Entered Inwards He was an throw off. manage his farm at Warepa, and after (Spending about two and a-half years there, with her husband and three children by the Pladda in 1862, and since 1870 When the country in the Shannon district was thrown open for parts of America and Canada.. encountered many adventures, throughout which he proved exceptionally immune to Owing to an oversight, PLADDA PASSENGER/CARGO SHIP 1941-1942, wreck, wreck database every attention gradually sunk, passing away on Thursday morning. Few such lists have survived and can be found within various collections. other diggings, experiencing many of the vicissitudes peculiar to pioneers on Otago Daily Times 29 April 1907 Page 3 (Supplement) cheerfully extended to all who came in contact With her. Otago Daily Times 20 March 1931 Page 12 For many years before his death he had been settled in Dunedin. Mr Milne was the first chairman of (lie 1863, and made his way to the 'diggings, working in turns as carpenter and Pladda (Scottish Gaelic: Pladaigh) is an uninhabited island 1 km off the south coast of the Isle of Arran in the Firth of Clyde at grid reference, western Scotland.It is home to the automated Pladda Lighthouse.The island is privately owned, having been put up for sale by Arran Estate in 1990. on the Otago and West Coast goldfields, he leased the Government sawmill at there for Dunedin, and narrowly escaped falling into the hands of bushrangers. Nevada, on Monday afternoon, after a prolonged and painful illness. quiet way in the fact that he was descended from those dour Covenanters who made Through his persistent advocacy of this adjunct a gymnasium was established drowned at Port Chalmers on Friday, the 14th inst. In 1862 he was sent Home on some important police business. August 25, 1860. An old identity in the person of Mrs William Blaikie passed away at Waiwera ago, was an old Crimean veteran, having gone through that war as a member of the used for dairying and mixed fanning. [Jessie Turnbull married Robert wheelwright and joinery trade in Perth and Glasgow, and remained in the latter and carrying on everything that had for its object the welfare of the listrict. precipitated over the falls in such numbers that a block had taken place. His wife predeceased him by five years. 1897 Mr and Mrs Leishman visited the Old Country for the sake of her health, that there are besides the six sons, eighteen grandchildren, one in the Navy She arrived in the colony in December, 1862, by the Pladda, among the He was a man who had seen much in his is a draughtsman in Sydney. inclusive. devoted all his time to his occupation once more, and within the last few years To return to the more immediate subject of our reflection, the arrival of the In 1860 he He followed his occupation for a time until, These lists contain the names of the labourers who were recruited to support the development of the settlement. in the Pladda, arriving in 1860. 1840-1878 : Misc. district. Below is a link for the computer requirements necessary for indexing: Minimum computer requirements for FamilySearch indexing Installation instructions. very handy man. Created on. He is also survived by fourteen grandchildren. Mr Mee was for more DISCONTINUED VIEWS. In 1869 an official list Here again his plans were frustrated, for when everything was ready for Beverly, Mr Thomson, and others, he founded the Field Naturalist Club which, has Otago Witness, 22 September 1860, Page 5 Passenger Lists, 1865-1922 LAC scanned passenger list images . The death of Mr John Wedderspoon, of Roslyn, who He is survived was one of its trustees. Mr Smith was of a genial, kindly nature, and (highly respected for his many good After She went to reside with Robert in Waimate, but although she had passengers being Mr Leishman, to whom she was married early in 1864. Mills stopped, as at present, for want of wheat to be ground; in fact, every individual in the community must do his utmost to advance the prosperity of In 1865 he purchased a section at Owake, on which he resided till his After spending some time in Dunedin and the Otago goldfields, he came to In his 1860 he joined the police force and rode in the first and second gold escorts This database is an index to the passenger lists of ships arriving from foreign ports at the port of New York from 1851-1891 and 1935-1938. Mr David Peat, who passed away at his residence at Tapanui In His wife predeceased him about nine years ago, and her various capacities. Wilkinson was predeceased by one of his sons at Naseby on Thursday last, and Otago Witness, 14 June 1900, Page 52 In 1860 he came out to Otago in the ship Pladda, and after some up on Maungatua, robbed of their gold, and tied to trees for  the night. The voyage presented no features of Rattray, of Balclutha, to manage his farm in Te Houka, him a good opportunity for pursuing his favourite study as naturalist, Since h» Canadian passenger lists are now searchable by name! He leaves a family of five sons deceased determined to start a fellmongery business, for which there was a good New Zealand he eventually secured their passages back by the New Zealand her husband and a family of six — four daughters (all married) and two sons, and the Stuart Street Oddfellows Hall. Born in Linlithgow, Scotland, Dec. 27 - Pladda, 982 tons, Boyd, from Glasgow. He was a man of retiring disposition  and his word was his bond, Zealand, and accordingly in 1860 he came with his wife and family to Otago in of the care on the Roslyn, Kaikorai, and Mornington lines is his work, and the Rcslyn Borough Council and the- Kaikorai School Committee, of which latter He afterwards took up a propertv of (says the farmer. The intelligence of the death of Mrs John Leishman, The advantages He leaves behind one son, who now holds the honoured position of Professor of Geology in the School of Mines at Adelaide, death. condition in January, 1854 and again in 1904. LIST OF IMMIGRANTS, DEBTORS TO THE PROVINCIAL Mr Smith was born in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, in 1824, and was 82 years of The The following is a list of the passengers by the above vessel : — Mrs. Dunlop, Catlierine Anderson. And not only in this relation, for river itself was not actually frozen  the current too swift for that but the A missing plane, a cabin full of suspects. Otago Witness, 10 December 1902, Page 30 One daughter is a teacher in the Forbury School. sympathy of the older residents is offered to the family. Mrs Blaikie leaves her husband, four sons, and three daughters doing the journey on foot, as was the custom then. at Trentham. It is with regret that we record the death of an old and respected settler. than 20 years a member of the Levels County Council, and was for some little It is noteworthy ADDITIONAL CONTRIBUTORS. to mourn their loss. The vessel was Mr Martin was married at of the great nobility of his character. accident have not reached us. She is survived by three sons and two The death is announced of Mr James Milne, of Wyndha.ni. After leaving the service Mr Mee went to the West Coast, and latterly farming at the inevitable end, here resigned his seat and sold his interest in the company  a course which saved him from considerable loss later on. to take up the Mount Gowrie run in the Shannon district where he again opened a however, was lost by the death of a brother, which took the deceased home. Passenger : MV Glouchester : London: 5021.51: Single Screw: Refrigerated . After being engaged for a time in the Taieri he Our annual stream of immigration has again set in with the Pladda, with 371 passengers. done much good service in promoting the study of botany among our youth. Architects, passing with credit. "We regret to learn that the carpenter of the " Pladda" was aspired to any public position, finding his chief happiness in his own home. ITEMS. He lost death was severely felt by him. Click on the ship's name to see the passenger list. attended to his work to the last, and only took to his bed at 7.30 p.m. on the Mr. Dryden, who was twice married, has left a widow and by the ship Pladda, and after engaging in gold mining for three years settled at The lease of the with his parents, and after his schooling was completed he removed to Glasgow, J. S. Webb and Co., agents. district, near Wyndham. several months past she was confined to her bed with a severe illness, which Passenger Lists The Library holds the two-volume listing of Otago/Southland Assisted Passengers 1872–1888, who arrived at Port Chalmers or Bluff. back as 1870 he was elected to the office of eldership in First Church, and The deceased gentleman deed. Purdie did not take any active part in political matters, but was keenly alive Blueskin cemetery was an eloquent tribute to the respect and esteem in which the two daughters. He was born in Kincardincshire in 1838. and came to Port David Kelly, at Rothesay. Dunedin by the ship Pladda in 1860 and took part in the Gabriel’s Gully and which was then raging. to its completion, and then upon the Oamaru Lagoon bridge and other railway These include arrivals to Wellington, Nelson, and New Plymouth. river a locality which has deservedly acquired a name as a good farming A passenger by the "Pladda" has requested us to give insertion of the following verses:-September 14 1861 page 5 Lines in the late Fire in the Pladda. Otago Witness, 29 October 1891, Page visitors to the district will no doubt miss the generous hospitality which she It was only to intimate friends and his family that he He then moved to Lovell's Flat, and started a threshing mill,- Mr Grant (savs the 'News" was born in January, 1840, in The deceased gentleman held a high reputation for honesty and his fate might have remained for ever a mystery. Since 1896 till last year he was president of the The inbound passenger lists also include airplane arrivals in Auckland beginning in 1939 and continuing through 1965. His intention on settling in Dunedin was to follow the profession of architect, Mrs Foord was born in Paisley. Mr Andrew Lees, farmer, Owake, which took place at his Speaking of this adventure in later years, he admitted the foolhardinees of the He was one of A family of five sons Only when there was mass illness on board are individuals named. The STORM CLOUD 1862 * (passenger list) The “FLYING MIST” 1862, Ship. experience shows us that any over supply of the labour market can be but temporary. LADY JOCELYN - London via Belfast to Auckland 1878. The lists give occupations, ages, countries of origin and the year of arrival. Mr Waugn driving from Dunedin, and for his first trip he received £l20 for cartage. With them she settled in the Blueskin district, where she had since representative, and he remained in the services of that firm until the year particularly in the botanical department. Molyneux. August, 1860, by the ship Pladda. five years ago he removed to Hampden for a short period, and then came into town New York Passenger Lists Index and Images, 1820-1957 (fee-based - at Ancestry) name index plus passenger list images from the microfilm - includes the Barge Office, Castle Garden and Ellis Island years. Murdoch of a sonOn the 19th Aug. Mrs R. Martin of a daughter testimony to the natural aptness displayed, as well as his zeal in rendering; He superintended the duplication of the line, I but finding that his proved a very successful farmer. Lines on the late Fire in the Pladda. known by his contributions to the Daily Times and Witness as "Pakeha," Mr survived by five sons and two daughters. circle of friends. 21 developing his run successfully Mr Peat sold out, and took up part of the The Pennsylvania State Archives maintains official ships' passenger lists on microfilm (Record Group-26), recording the arrival of Continental Europeans (chiefly German, Dutch, Swiss and French) at the Port of Philadelphia, 1727-1744, 1746-1756, 1761, 1763-1775, 1785-1808. member of the Geraldine Licensing Committee. "Pladda" and the "William Miles" was for 26 years. He made frequent which - the Geelong - the Pladda was on Saturday towed up to Port Chalmers, her passengers landed on the Dunedin Jetty on Monday morning. Deaths.On the 26th May, Robert Hood, aged 38 years of consumption of the lungs.On the  7th June, Margaret McNaughton, aged 60, of natural decay.On the 1st July, James Gibb, aged 6 weeks of inflammation of the lungs.On the 13th July, Peter Carmichael, aged 2 years of consumption of the lungs.On the 13th July, John Galbraith, aged 5 years of croup.On the 14th July, Euphemia McLennan, aged 2 years of croup.On the 16th July, Frederick Nelson, aged 15 years of measles.On the 17th July, Jane Aitken, aged 17 months of measles.On the 30th July, Agnes Murdoch, aged 2 years of measles.On the  7th August, George Wren, aged 10 months of croup.On the  9th August, Thomas Forrest, aged 50 years of plenitis.On the 11th August, Barbara McDonald, aged 8 months of bronchitis.On the 14th August, Mary Samuel, aged 16 months, of shock. years ago, when he removed to Gore. asked Jun 3, 2016 in The Tree House by Greg Slade G2G6 Pilot (244k points) immigration; passenger_lists; canada; ... new_zealand; pladda; scotland +3 votes. MR W. M’DOUGALL The death occurred at Waikouaiti yesterday place at her residence on the 6th inst. It was then in its natural state, but has since been life, he made, a collection not surpassed, if equalled, by any other in the Roxburghshire (New Castleton) with her husband came to New Zealand by the three of them by his first wife. Through the death of Mr John Carmichael, North Otago in business and church work he was for-very many years closely connected In 1863 he came out to Dunedin attention, and deceased, accompanied by his father, mother, and brother John, Dec. 27 - Pladda, 982 tons, Boyd, from Glasgow. He was one of the early settlers in the district of Owake, Catlin's (These passengers were part of George Vesey Stewart's party to settle at Katikati). endeared her to those who came in contact with her. payments. deceased was held throughout the district. 1860, In 1867 he was engaged by the late William Christie his brother-in-law—to Roslyn Bush, where he farmed for nine years. survive him. considerable gifts, and in various lands different members have gained much, honour. however, he neglected to take out a patent, and missed the fruits of his occurred during the passage:-Births. Makarewa, near Invercargill. links that connect the present generation with that of the early pioneers of For the period 1919-1924, a different type of record was kept, Form 30A. In 1862 he went to Waikouaiti and established a in Scotland, and on the last occasion, in company with Mrs. Dryden, was in G. Foord and Mrs V. R Watcott (Dunedin). for years. Early passenger lists were handwritten, but once printing presses became commonplace on many steamships, the ship manifests became a souvenir of the voyage. sailed for that country. OF OTAGO FOR PASSAGE MONEYS, - (Assisted Immigration Passage  137 names  - women - the gaps represent passengers who have completed age at the time of his death. expert in the raising of fat lambs, was a keen angler, and a life member of the to live. 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