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New Zealand Pioneer Families 1800-1900

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  • Stephen Perrin (1873 - 1940)
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  • Sophia Huffam (1869 - 1946)
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  • Alfred Perrin (1866 - 1948)
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  • Frederick Perrin (1864 - 1939)
    Reference: MyHeritage Family Trees - SmartCopy : Mar 27 2017, 12:35:24 UTC
  • Martha Perrin (c.1860 - 1904)
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New Zealand Shipping Index: This project intends to catalog the first generation of immigrants to New Zealand in the 19th century, and to organise the information and place them into the ships they arrived on. Please add your pioneer ancestors to the project by going to their profile, click "actions" click "add to project". Please make sure the profile is set to public. All Kiwis are welcome to join and contribute :)

Settler Arrivals:

1814

May, 1814: The Jefferson - Captain Barnes

June 20, 1814: Active - Capt. Dillon, Mr. Kendall and Mr. Hall.

December 22, 1814: Active - Rev Samuel Marsden, John King, Hannah King

1816

1819 New Zealand was declared a dependency of New South Wales by Gov. Macquarie.

1823

1826

March 25, 1826: William Williams

March 25, 1826: Lambton. On 5 March 1826 the New Zealand Company ships, Lambton and Rosanna, reached Stewart Island.

March, 25 1826: Rosanna Passenger List

1829

November 29, 1829: City of Edinburgh - Alfred Nesbit Brown, ADN & Charlotte Brown

1830

December, 1830: Waterloo

1831

1832

1833

1833: Waterloo - ran aground on Waikanae beach

1834

April 29, 1834: Harriet - wrecked in a gale and survivors attacked by Ngāti Ruanui

September, 1834: HMS Alligator - arrived in Taranaki with a detachment of 60 men from the 50th Regiment

September, 1834: Isabella - arrived in Taranaki with a detachment of 60 men from the 50th Regiment

1835

1836

1837

May 26, 1837: Rattlesnake

1838

Ann and Mary: [http://www.geni.com/projects/New-Zealand-Settler-Ships-Ann-and-Mary-1838]

1840 Population: 80,000 Māori and 2,050 non-Māori.

January 3, 1840: Cuba Passenger List

January 19, 1840: Herald

January 22, 1840: Aurora Passenger List

January 31, 1840: Oriental Passenger List

February 8, 1840: Duke of Roxburgh Passenger List

February 20, 1840: Bengal Merchant Passenger List

March 7, 1840: Adelaide Passenger List

April 30, 1840: Bolton Passenger List

August 15, 1840: L’Aube

August 16, 1840: Comte de Paris Passenger List

August 29, 1840: Coromandel Passenger List

September 16, 1840: Anna Watson

November 14, 1840: Martha Ridgeway Passenger List

December 12, 1840: London Passenger List

1841 New Zealand was declared a separate British colony, independent of New South Wales.

January 25, 1841: Slains Castle Passenger List (arrived Wellington).

February 5, 1841: Catherine Stewart Forbes Passenger List

April20, 1841: Olympus 1841

March 17, 1841: Lady Nugent Passenger List

March 30, 1841: William Bryan Passenger List

April 20, 1841:Olympus: Olympus Passenger List

May 24, 1841: Lord William Bentinck Passenger List

August 9, 1841: Tyne Passenger List

September 3, 1841: Amelia Thompson Passenger List

October 3, 1841: Regina

October 16, 1841: Arab Passenger List

October 30, 1841: Gertrude Passenger List

November 4, 1841: Whitby Passenger List

November 4, 1841: Will Watch Passenger List

November 7, 1841: Oriental Passenger List

1842 Population: 76,900 Māori and 10,992 non-Māori

February 1, 1842: Fifeshire Passenger List

February 7, 1842: Lord Auckland Passenger List

February 8, 1842: Mary Ann Passenger List

February 16, 1842: Lloyds Passenger List

February 17, 1842: Clifton Passenger List

February 24, 1842: Timandra Passenger List

March 1, 1842: Birman Passenger List

March 15, 1842: Bolton Passenger List

April 10, 1842: London (388 tons) Passenger List

May 1, 1842: London (700 tons) Passenger List

May 13, 1842: Clifford Passenger List

July 19, 1842: Indemnity

August 22, 1842: Sir Charles Forbes Passenger List

October 9, 1842: Jane Gifford Passenger List

October 9, 1842: Duchess of Argyle Passenger List

October 24, 1842: St. George Passenger List

October 25, 1842: Thomas Harrison Passenger List

October 28, 1842: Olympus Passenger List

November 4, 1842: New Zealand

November 19, 1842: Blenheim Passenger List

December 12, 1842: George Fyfe Passenger List

December 14, 1842: Bombay

December 31, 1842: Prince of Wales Passenger List

1843 Population: 75,400 Māori and 11,848 non-Māori.

January 4, 1843: Essex Passenger List

February 5, 1843: Indus Passenger List

February 9, 1843: Lloyds Passenger List

March 29, 1843: Phoebe Passenger List

June 14, 1843: St Pauli Passenger List

1844 Population: 73,900 Māori and 12,447 non-Māori.

March 1st 1844 Governor

April 22nd 1844 Theresa

May 31st 1844 Bella Marina

May 31st 1844 Sydney

18th August 1844 Nelson

September 1, 1844: Skiold Passenger List

September 5th 1844 Raymond

1845 Population: 72,500 Māori and 12,774 non-Māori.

January 11th 1845 Caledonia

February 16th 1845 Slains Castle

1846 New Zealand divided into the two provinces of New Munster and New Ulster, which divided the North Island in half.

February 2nd 1846 Mary Catherine

May 18, 1846: Java

June 28th 1846 Ralph Bernal

July 24th 1846 Louisa Campbell

September 3rd 1846 Madras

November 4th 1846 Clara

1847

August 5, 1847: Ramillies - Royal New Zealand Fencibles (1847-1852)

October 8, 1847: Minerva - Royal New Zealand Fencibles (1847-1852)

October 11, 1847: Sir Robert Sale - Royal New Zealand Fencibles (1847-1852)

November 26, 1847: Sir George Seymour - Royal New Zealand Fencibles (1847-1852)

1848

1848: The barque Lady Franklin arrives in Auckland with passengers from Van Diemen's Land.

January 23, 1848: Clifton - Royal New Zealand Fencibles (1847-1852)

May 16, 1848: Ann - Royal New Zealand Fencibles (1847-1852)

1849 Population: 67,000 Māori and 19,543 non-Māori

June 16, 1849: Berhampore Passenger List - Royal New Zealand Fencibles (1847-1852)

September 18, 1849: Oriental Queen - Royal New Zealand Fencibles (1847-1852)

1850 Population: 65,650 Māori and 22,108

June 30, 1850: Poictiers Passenger List

July 9, 1850: Fairy Queen (Rev. Thomas Samuel Grace)

December 16, 1850: Charlotte Jane

December 16, 1850: Randolph Passenger List

December 17, 1850: Sir George Seymour

December 27, 1850: Cressy Passenger List

1851 Population: 64,350 Māori and 26,707 non-Māori.

March 1, 1851: Isabella Hercus

September 3, 1851: Simlah Passenger List

1852 Gold discovered at Coromandel

May 27, 1852: Inchinnan Passenger List - Royal New Zealand Fencibles (1847-1852)

December 13, 1852: Berwick Castle - Royal New Zealand Fencibles (1847-1852)

1853 Population: 61,850 Māori and 29,600 non-Māori.

1854 Population: 60,650 Māori and 32,554 non-Māori.

November 26, 1854: Gypsey Passenger List

1855 Population: 59,500 Māori and 37,192 non-Māori.

1856 Population: 58,300 Māori and 45,540 non-Māori.

February 2, 1856: Isabella Hercus

August 8, 1856: Lord Burleigh Passenger List

October 11, 1856: Inchinnan Passenger List

1857 Population: 57,150 Māori and 49,802 non-Māori.

February 14, 1857: William & Jane Passenger List

May 15, 1857: Alma Passenger List

1858

March 19, 1858: Joseph Fletcher Passenger List

Oliver Lang: [http://www.geni.com/projects/New-Zealand-Settler-Ships-Oliver-Lang-1858]

December 21, 1858: Evening Star Passenger List

1859

February 12, 1859: Oriental Passenger List

July 13, 1859: Queen of the Avon Passenger List

1860

January 17, 1860: "Nimroud" Rosanna Buchanan (Carroll)

December 1, 1860: Motoaka Passenger List

1861 Gold discovered in Otago.

1862

January 2, 1862: Mystery

May 23, 1862: Zealandia Passenger List

September 8, 1862: Matilda Wattenbach Passenger List

December 26, 1862: Mermaid

1863

February 7, 1863: HMS Orpheus - New Zealand’s worst shipwreck

April 21, 1863: Huntress

August 16, 1863: British Crown Passenger List

October 13, 1863: Lancashire Witch

1864

July 1, 1864: Amoor Passenger List

October 14, 1864: Steinwarder

1865

January 4, 1865: Eastern Empire Passenger List

June 1, 1865: Lancashire Witch Passenger List

1868

1868: Maori

1869

January 8, 1869: Queen Bee

Royal Dane: [http://www.geni.com/projects/New-Zealand-Settler-Ships-Royal-Dane-1869

1870

William Davie: [http://www.geni.com/projects/New-Zealand-Settler-Ships-William-Davie-1870]

26 December, 1870: Queen Bee

1871

February 8, 1871: Queen Bee

1872

March 9, 1872: England smallpox outbreak - quarantine

October 26, 1872: Queen Bee

September 1, 1872: Høvding Passenger List

1873

September 20, 1873: Punjab Passenger List

1874

January 19, 1874: Salisbury [http://www.geni.com/projects/New-Zealand-Settler-Ships-Salisbury-1874]

February 2, 1874: Isles of the South

February 13, 1874: Mongol (arrived Port Chalmers)

May 1, 1874: Golden Sea [http://www.geni.com/projects/New-Zealand-Settler-Ships-Golden-Sea-1874]

May 27, 1874: Varuna Passenger List

September 27, 1874: Merope Passenger List

October 11, 1874: Cartvale [http://www.geni.com/projects/New-Zealand-Settler-Ships-Cartvale-1874]

October 16, 1874: Queen Bee (arrived Napier)

1875

February 17, 1875: [http://www.geni.com/projects/New-Zealand-Settler-Ships-Dallam-Tower-1875]

March 18, 1875: Fritz Reuter Passenger List

March 20, 1875: Baron Aberdare

July 9, 1875: Collingwood [https://www.geni.com/projects/New-Zealand-Settler-Ships-Collingwood-1875]

July 12, 1875: Lammershagen Passenger List

September 8, 1875: Carisbrooke Castle Passenger List - Katikati settlers

November 23, 1875: Ocean Mail

December 3, 1875: Avalanche [https://www.geni.com/projects/New-Zealand-Settler-Ships-Avalanche-1875]

1876

November 2, 1876: Orari

November 9, 1876: Howrah

December 19, 1876: Jessie Osborne

Waimea: [https://www.genicom/projects/New-Zealand-Settler-Ships-Waimea-1876]

1877

August 6, 1877: Queen Bee Grounded on Farewell Spit & wrecked

1878

August 17, 1878: Lady Jocelyn Passenger List - Katikati settlers

1879

Arethusa: [https://www.geni.com/projects/New-Zealand-Settler-Ships-Arethusa-1879

1880

October 29, 1880: Glenlora

1889

September 1, 1889 Wakatipu: [https://www.geni.com/projects/New-Zealand-Settler-Ships-Wakatipu-1889

1893 New Zealand women were given the right to vote.

1894

June 20, 1894: Ruahine

1900 Population: 967,000