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  • Tribeca Film Festival

    Tribeca Film Festival Winners 2016 2016 Winners

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    Sundance Film Festival Winners 2016 2016 Sundance Film Festival Award Winners

  • The Kings of Wessex

    The Kingdom of Wessex or Kingdom of the West Saxons was an Anglo-Saxon kingdom of the West Saxons, in South West England, from the 6th century, until the emergence of a united English state in the 10th century, under the Wessex dynasty. This projects aims to provide an accurate lineage of the monarchs and their families from this period, from the earliest known founders to Edward the Elder an...

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  • Kornstad sogn på geni.com

    Kornstad sogn på geni.com FOLKETELLINGEN 1801 Krets 2 Krækvig Stakvig Strand Herskedal Kiøl Reierlien Sorsæt Uglstad Oy Wasgaard Findsæter Einsæt Halaas Brandsæter Noss Langnæs Skræen Bollien Lyngstavaas Dyrhouen Krakelie Vogsbøe Schielvig Eid Sildsæt Sildnæs Lindsæt Wiisnæs Jørgenvog Lyngstad Ørgesvig Meekvig Gautvig Bra...

  • World's oldest people

    List of the verified oldest people Jeanne Calment ; F; 21 February 1875; 4 August 1997; 122 years, 164 days; France Sarah Knauss ; F; 24 September 1880; 30 December 1999; 119 years, 97 days; United States Lucy Hannah ; F; 16 July 1875; 21 March 1993; 117 years, 248 days; United States Marie-Louise Meilleur; F; 29 August 1880; 16 April 1998; 117 years, 230 days; Canada María Capovill...

  • Panowie na Lesznie i Rydzynie

    Panowie na Lesznie Rafał V Leszczyński, wojewoda brzeskokujawski Andrzej Leszczyński, wojewoda brzeskokujawski Rafał VII Leszczyński, wojewoda bełski Bogusław Leszczyński, podkanclerzy koronny Rafał X Leszczyński, podskarbi wielki koronny Stanisław Bogusław Leszczyński , król polski, książe lotaryński Aleksander Józef Sułkowski , książe na Bielsku Ordynaci na Rydzynie Au...

  • Crypt for the Prison Ship Martyrs

    Crypt for the Prison Ship Martyrs coordinates: 40° 41' 30" N. 073° 58' 32" W. Google Map Type: Crypt (cemeteries, graveyards) Location: Fort Greene Park, Myrtle to Dekalb Avenues, Edwards and Cumberland Streets County: Kings. City: New York. Borough: Brooklyn. State: NY (New York) Country: US (United States) Please add Geni profiles of these American Patriots to this project (acti...

  • Sons of Liberty

    The Sons of Liberty was a secret organization of landowners in the 13 American colonies. The society was formed to protect the rights of colonists and to fight taxation by the British government. Their motto was "No taxation without representation." Although others were used, in 1767 the Sons of Liberty adopted a flag called the rebellious stripes flag with 5 red and 4 white vertical stripes. ...

  • Semana de 22

    A Semana de Arte Moderna, também chamada de Semana de 22, ocorreu em São Paulo no ano de 1922, nos dias 13 a 17 de fevereiro, no Teatro Municipal da cidade. Cada dia da semana foi dedicado a um tema: respectivamente, pintura e escultura, poesia, literatura e música. O presidente do estado de São Paulo à época, Washington Luís, apoiou o movimento, especialmente por meio de René Thiollier, que ...

  • Continental Navy 1775 - 1785

    This project is intended for all of those that served in the United States Continental Navy. The Continental Navy was the navy of the United States during the American Revolutionary War, and was formed in 1775. Through the efforts of the Continental Navy's patron, John Adams, and vigorous Congressional support in the face of stiff opposition, the fleet cumulatively became relatively substanti...

  • Bound for New South Wales

    Shipping Portal for ships "Bound fo New South Wales" after the third fleet, please see Australian Pioneers Project for the vessels that first sailed to create the colony. This is a great time to add the profile to an Occupation Project and also to the country they settled FROM Ireland, England , Scotland, Prussia, United States, Cornwall and Wales (projects to be created) This icon is reser...

  • Notable Austrian Jews

    List of Austrian Jews Scientists • Carl Djerassi, chemist. Inventor of the pill • Sir Otto Frankel , geneticist • Eric Kandel , neuroscientist. Winner of 2000 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine • Karl Koller, ophthalmologist; first to use cocaine as an anaesthetic • Hans Kronberger (physicist), nuclear physicist • Robert von Lieben , physicist (Jewish father) • V...

  • "Katherine Stewart Forbes" (Barque) - Colonists to South Australia in 1837

    The Katherine Stewart Forbes sailed from Gravesend on July 27th 1837, just a month after King William IV died on June 20th 1837. She arrived at Holdfast Bay on October 17th, 1837 under the command of Captain Alfred Fell. This 457 ton barque was built at Northfleet, Kent, in 1818. Two days after she arrived a public proclamation was made, on October 19th 1837, of the death of King William IV and...

  • Burke's Peerage - 107th Edition - T

    Burke's Peerage - 107th Edition T This is the umbrella page for names beginning with the letter T . The purpose of the project is to establish Geni projects for those families whose genealogical tables are included in Burke's Peerage - Baronetage & Knightage - Clan Chiefs Scottish Feudal Barons 107th Edition - 2003. This project aims to enrich the Geni Family Tree with the details of fa...

  • "Delhi" (Vessel) - Colonists to South Australia in 1839

    The vessel Delhi arrived in South Australia from Liverpool on the 20th of December 1839 with 167 passengers on board captained by Samuel Herbert. This is part of the Bound for South Australia - Ships Lists Portal Project Sources: The Ships Passenger List This is a great time to add the profile to an Occupation Project and also to the country they settled FROM, Irish ; German and Pru...

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Essex 1843

    Sailed Plymouth 3rd September 1842 - arrived Wellington January 4th 1843 New Plymouth 20th January 1843 Cabin Passengers Aubrey Arthur Herbert 18 Gentleman Charles 12 Gentleman Steerage Passengers Baily Henry 23 Plumber Batten William 36 Shepherd Widower William 17 Shepherd Matilda 15 Domestic Servant

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Simlah 1851

    SIMLAH The SIMLAH departed Gravesend on 23rd April, 1851 and arrived at Auckland, via Hobart Town, on 3rd September, 1851, under the command of Captain Charles Robertson. 181 Passengers. Passengers CHAPMAN Mr Edward BLACKETT Mr James Mrs Sarah Mr John Miss Helen TAYLOR Mrs Miss Mr Archibald SPICER Mary Mary Eliz...

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Whitby 1841

    Sailed from Gravesend 27 April 1841 and arrived in Nelson 4/11/1841 Armstrong John agricultural labourer 24 Arnold Aldous Richard improver Attwood John agricultural labourer 28 Barnes John boatman 29 Bell Henry Angelo clerk 19 Bradley James labourer 33 Browne David surveyor Brunner Thomas improver 19 B...

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Oriental 1841

    Sailed from Plymouth 22 June 1841 - arrived Wellington 26 Oct and New Plymouth 7 November 1841 ASHTON Mary BEENLEN Richard (disembarked Port Nicholson) BISHOP John Charlotte John Walter Benjamin James Emily Thirza

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - William Bryan 1841

    Sailed from Plymouth, England on the 19th November 1840 and arrived at New Plymouth, New Zealand on the 30th March 1841. Cabin and Intermediate Passengers Aubrey Alexander 18 Esquire Aubrey Frederick William 19 Esquire Chillman Richard 24 Agent Agnes 26 Cutfield George 40 Esquire

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Blenheim 1842

    Sailed from Plymouth 2 July 1842 - arrived New Plymouth 19 November 1842 ARGYL William Mary Richard Grace Elizabeth William BAIRD Marion (disembarked Wellington) BAKER Robert Emma Eliza John Elizabeth Robert BROOKE William (disembarked Wellington) BULLOCK Edward (disembarked Wellington) CHILLMAN Mary COLEMAN Willia...

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Oriental 1840

    The barque “Oriental,” 506 tons, commanded by Captain Wm. Wilson, with Dr. J. Fitzgerald as surgeon superintendent, sailed from London on the 15th September, 1839, and arrived at Port Nicholson on the 31st January, 1840. There were on the Register (the New Zealand copy) 66 married couples, 29 single men, 3 single women, 17 children between nine and fourteen, and 9 between one and nine. There we...

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Aurora 1840

    The “Aurora,” a barque of 550 tons, commanded by Captain Theophilus Heale, left Gravesend on the 18th September, 1839 and arrived at Port Nicholson on the 22nd January, 1840. She had 148 emigrants, and 21 cabin passengers, on board. There were 25 married couples, 36 single persons and 40 children. Following is the passenger list:— Baker Major Richard 30 Magistrate for the New Zealand ...

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Comte de Paris 1840

    The ship Comte de Paris landed at Akaroa in August 1840 carrying French and German families. Cabin Passengers Belligny Pierre Joseph France Agent for Nanto-Bordelaise Co Belligny Eugène de France Cousin to above Other Settlers Bauriaud Elie 31 Charente-Maritime, France Nurseryman & Gardener Marie Annette 34 Benoit Jacques (P...

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Thomas Harrison 1842

    Nelson CC early settlers database Thomas Harrison Ship: 370 tons Captain: E M Smith Surgeon Superintendent: Dr Thomas Renwick Sailed London May 26th 1842 - arrived Nelson October 25th 1842 Cabin Passengers Cambell Matthew 27 Cooke Henry Landholder Cooke John Landholder Deans John 22 Farmer Newcombe Richard Gentleman Renwi...

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Bengal Merchant 1840

    The “Bengal Merchant” was chartered by the New Zealand Company, and left Glasgow on the 30th October, 1839 and arrived at Port Nicholson on the 20th February, 1840. There were 30 married couples, 23 single men, 6 single women, 16 children under nine, 4 between nine and fifteen, and 13 under one year. One birth and one death occurred on the voyage. Following is the passenger list:— Cabin Passe...

  • New Plymouth, New Zealand

    New Plymouth, Taranaki's only city, was the region’s first Pākehā settlement and has always been the largest. Originally called Ngāmotu (the islands), the site of New Plymouth was occupied for hundreds of years by Māori. Pākehā traders set up a trading station at Ngāmotu in 1828, but it was not until 1841–42 that planned settlement by the Plymouth Company brought 868 immigrants from Devon and C...

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Lancashire Witch 1863

    Sailed from London, arrived Lyttleton 13 October 1863 with 329 Government assisted passengers. There were 9 births and 26 deaths on board. 3 passengers wrote diaries - Price and Carr -steerage and Shepherd - cabin.

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Merope 1874

    SHIP MEROPE, FROM LONDON. This fine dipper vessel, commanded by Captain Williams, with the British astronomical expedition for observing the transit of Venus, a large number of saloon passengers, and 331 Government immigrants, arrived in harbour yesterday. After working up the harbour the wind failed, and the tide being strong ebb the anchor was let go and the vestal brought up off Camp Bay a...

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Coromandel 1840

    Ship: 662 tons, Captain: Edward French, Surgeon Superintendent: Dr Alston, Sailed London 10th Dec 1839 - arrived Port Nicholson 29th Aug 1840 "Emigrants embarked from St Katherine's Docks 9th Dec 1839 at 4 o'clock" The Coromandel travelled via Sydney, Australia where it took on board 200 sheep, 20 bullocks and 4 horses. Cabin Passengers Baker Major (Travelled from Sydney) Bales M...

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Lord Auckland 1842

    Cabin Passengers Barnicoat John Wallis 27 Surveyor Fell Alfred 24 Gentleman Graham Peter 31 Greenhow Francis 20 Jenkins Alfred George 26 Mrs. 25 F.D. 18 Lidbetter Doctor George Samuel 27 Surgeon on board Moon Edward 20 Bank Clerk Otterson Francis O 44 Jane 28 Alice 14 months Patch...

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Arab 1840

    Cabin Passengers Blaithwaite Esq George Winter Martineau Esq Henry Simon Esq Francis Wilkinson Captain John Woods Esq Frederick Steerage Passengers Allington Thomas 36 Agicultural Labourer Ettey 35 Henry 4 Caroline 2 George Infant Died at sea Booth

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Matoaka 1860

    Departed Bristol 2 September 1860, arrived Lyttleton 1December 1860 - a pleasant voyage of 88 days. Were 2 births and 4 deaths , all infants,on board. A wooden, fully rigged ship of 1092 tons, Cpt Alfred Stevens, Surgeon Dr Young. All landed were in good health and excellent spirits. All single men and all female domestic servants met with engagements at good rates before the end of the second ...

  • Place Projects - New Zealand

    Towns and Cities Wellington New Plymouth Ngaruawahia Waihi Christchurch Auckland Hamilton Tauranga Foxton Cemeteries Bolton Street Cemetery Mount Taupiri Urupa

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Lammershagen 1875

    Evening Post, 7 June 1875 ... The Lammershagen sailed from Hamburg on the 1st April, with 420 souls

  • 1918 lnfluenza Pandemic - New Zealand Survivors

    1918 Influenza Pandemic - New Zealand Survivors

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Prince of Wales 1842

    Prince of Wales Ship: 582 tons Captain: Alexander Alexander Surgeon Superintendent: Matthew Doyle Kearns Sailed London 2nd September 1842 - arrived Nelson 31st December 1842 Captain Alexander, and landed 203 immigrants, the voyage occupying 110 days - a very good passage for a vessel of 582 tons. During this year no less than nineteen ships, nearly all bearing passengers, arrived at Nelson. ...

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Jane Gifford 1842

    Jane Gifford Barque: 488 tons Captain: Robert Paul Surgeon Superintendent: James B Thompson Sailed Greenock, Scotland 10pm June 18th 1842 - arrived Auckland October 9th 1842 Cabin Passengers Adam John S Elizabeth Culpan Mary Donnelly William Eliza Graham Robert Mitchell Robert Webster George St...

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Olympus 1842

    Olympus Barque: 500 Tons Captain: John Whyte Surgeon Superintendent: Dr. Henry Manning Sailed London June 16th 1842 - arrived Nelson October 28th 1842 Cabin Passengers Manning Henry Surgeon Rowe Anthony 21 Thorp Charles 21 Weightman William Alexander 23 Wells William 32 Emmigrants Antony Alfred 22 Agri...

  • Auckland, New Zealand

    Auckland, in the North Island of New Zealand, is the largest and most populous urban area in the country. Auckland has a population of 1,413,700, which constitutes 31 percent of the country's population.

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Amoor 1864

    Left London 5 April 1864, arrived Lyttleton 1 or 2 July 1864, an 86 day passage. Carried 13 saloon passengers and 160 Government immigrants.

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Lord Burleigh 1856

    LORD BURLEIGH LONDON TO AUCKLAND Arrived 08 August 1856 This list was taken from an Auckland newspaper dated 11 August 1856. From the list of names it is impossible to tell which class passengers travelled in. Master - A C Clarke. Twelve cabin and 128 second cabin and steerage passengers. ACLAND Emily Miss ACLAND Harriet Mrs ALLISON Jessie ANGUS W ARMSTRONG Martha BANDLEY R BARON James...

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Indus 1843

    Indus Ship: 425 Tons Captain: David McKenzie Surgeon Superintendent: F.G.Hammack Sailed Gravesend 1st October 1842 - arrived Nelson 5th February 1843 Cabin Passengers Hammack Frederick George Surgeon Spooner J. S. Gentleman Mrs Steerage Passengers Adcock William 33 Butcher Mary 33 John 11 George 9 William 4 Elizabeth 2 ...

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - British Crown 1863

    British Crown Ship: 1150 Captain: Whitfield Surgeon Superintendent: Dr Jollie Sailed Liverpool May 4th 1863 - arrived Lyttelton August 16th 1863 Passengers Ashton Richard Henry 22 Mary Ann 21 Anderson Thomas W 24 Elizabeth 23 Armstrong John 26 Ann 31 James Infant O'Brien Catherine 12 Travelled with Armstrong ...

  • New Zealand Silver Ferns Netball Team

    Current Team Casey Kopua Courtney Tairi Katarina Cooper Shannon Francois Laura Langman Irene van Dyk Katrina Grant Joline Henry Anna Thompson Maria Tutaia Anna Harrison Cathrine Latu Leana de Bruin Kayla Cullen Camilla Lees Bailey Mes Jodi Brown Te Huinga Reo Selby-Rickit Former Players Bernice Papasina Mene

  • New Zealand ‧ ‪2012 ‧ Summer Olympics

    New Zealand ‧ ‪2012 ‧ Summer Olympics New Zealand citizens with life-long Olympic-respect & proud Olympic Medals for New Zealand GOLD Valerie Adams , athletics, women's shot put Nathan Cohen and Joseph Sullivan, rowing, men's double sculls Hamish Bond and Eric Murray, rowing, men's coxless pair Mahé Drysdale , rowing, men's single sculls Jo Aleh and Olivia Powrie, sailing,...

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  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Catherine Stewart Forbes 1841

    Catherine Stewart Forbes Ship: 457 tons Captain: John Hobbs Surgeon Superintendent: Joseph Abbott Sailed 1:30pm London, Gravesend 5th Feb 1841 - arrived Port Nicholson 24th June 1841 Cabin Passengers Barker Joseph Benson 26 Booked to return by the same ship. Martin Francis Victor 25 Intends settling in New Zealand Steerage Passengers Alexander Elizabet...

  • Wellington, New Zealand

    Wellington has a long and colourful history. Maori legends date back as far as 950 AD when Kupe first discovered Wellington. In the 1840s european settlers began to arrive and colonise the region. Later the seat of government of New Zealand would move from Auckland to Wellington, to become the capital city as it remains today. Naming of Wellington The harbour that surrounds Wellington c...

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Adelaide 1840

    Ship: 640 Tons, Captain: William Campbell, Surgeon Superintendent: William Johnston M. D., Sailed London 18th September 1839 - arrived Port Nicholson 7th March 1840. Cabin Passengers Alder George Under 9 von Alzdorf Baron Charles Cole George T. Cole Henry Cook Henry Cook Thomas Uppadine Daniell Captain Edward 38 Wife Laur...

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Høvding 1872

    The SS "Høvding" sailed from Kristiania/Christiania (now Oslo), Norway on May 31, 1872. It arrived Napier, New Zealand, on September 01, 1872, after a voyage of 93 days with 365 Norwegians and 11 Danes on board. The passengers settled in New Zealand. Norsewood cemetery co, Høvding emigrants Migrations from Scandinavia to New Zealand, TeAra govt.nz Emigranter 1872 med ss "Høvding" fra Os...

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Cressy 1850

    Beard George C. [died at Riccarton in 1863] Birch John Dobson Edward, age 33, and two children George Arthur Dudley The Rev. Benjamin Wooley 44 Mrs 40 Fanny 10 (Frances) Henry 5 Charles T. 7 Edward Gale Mr Hamilton Mrs. Harvey Mr W. Jones Mr H. Mrs. King Mrs Martha King ...

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Punjab 1873

    Punjaub Ship: 570 tons Captain: Renaut Surgeon Superintendent: Sailed London 3rd June 1873 - arrived Lyttelton 20th September 1873 Source: - more information about the voyage and the condition of the passengers at arrival. Adams Luke 33 Hants Potter Mary A. 27 Kate 12 Trans to s/w William E. 9 Albert 7 Francis L. 5 Edith M. 1 Died on board 15/07/1...

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Lady Nugent 1841

    Sailed from Gravesend, England on 10th Oct 1840 and arrived in Port Nicholson, New Zealand 17th March 1841 Cabin Passengers Beamish Nathaniel 22 Cruickshank Margaret 30 Dunn James Mrs France Frederick John 35 Ruth 31 Frederick 5 Harriet 3 Ruth 1 Greenwood Mr M Halswell Edmund 50 Hugh Beauchamp Lowther George ...

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Matilda Wattenbach 1862

    MATILDA WATTENBACH The MATILDA WATTENBACH left Gravesend on 2nd June, 1862 and arrived in Auckland, on 8th September, 1862, under the command of Captain W Goudie. Transcribed from the "Daily Southern Cross", for Tuesday, 30 September 1862 "Yesterday morning the good ship 'Matilda Wattenbach' 954 tons, Captain W. Goudie, with 352 passengers of the nonconformist body, and a general cargo, c...

  • New Zealand DNA

    Roka Robinson B4a1a1a Ruawahine Rirepeti Faulkner B Mere Wairukuruku Baker B4a1a1a

  • Post Office Hotel, Foxton, New Zealand

    THE POST OFFICE HOTEL (G. Gray, proprietor), Main Street, Foxton. This hotel is a fine two-storeyed wooden building with a verandah and balcony in front, and contains twenty rooms. The ground floor contains two comfortable sitting rooms, a well-appointed commercial room, and a large dining room. On the first floor are ten comfortable bedrooms, a sitting room, and bathrooms with hot and cold wat...

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Duchess of Argyle 1842

    Adamson John 25 Isabella 27 Thomas 7 Robert 6 months Died on Board (August 25th 1842) Alexander Agnes 22 Allison James 30 Margaret 30 Margaret 10 Janet 7 Elizabeth 5 Andrew Robert 32 Mary 30 James 15 Robert 10 Margaret 9 William 5 Armour James 36 Stonemason Ellen 35 Margaret 8 Ellen 6 Barr John ...

  • Foxton, New Zealand

    Post Office Hotel

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Sir George Seymour 1850

    Sir George Seymour was built in Sunderland, Tyne and Wear in 1844 by Somes Brothers. On 4 November 1844, Sir George Seymour set sail from England transporting 345 convicts to Van Diemen's Land, Australia. In 1850 Sir George Seymour was one of the First Four Ships to carry emigrants from England to the new colony of Canterbury in New Zealand on behalf of the Canterbury Association. The other...

  • New Zealand Settler Ships Minerva 1853

    Sailed from Plymouth, Oct 12th, 1852. Arrived at Port Cooper, February 2nd, 1853 on her 113th day, a few calms which slowed her down otherwise the voyage was uneventful. Among the passengers in the Minerva is Mr E. G. Wakefield, who has at length realized his long cherished project, and arrived in New Zealand with the intention of becoming a colonist. Mr Sewell us also a passenger, and has come...

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Clifford 1842

    Cabin Passengers Crumpton Eleanor 51 Mother of Priscilla Saxton Hughes Dr Thomas 34 Surgeon Saxton Rev Charles Waring 35 Minister Mary 21 Clifford Infant Born on board Saxton Lucy 23 Cousin of Charles & John Saxton Saxton John Waring 34 Gentleman Pricilla 30 Conrad 8

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Poictiers 1850

    Poictiers Barque: 500 tons Captain: Thomas Shrubole Beale Surgeon Superintendent: James Eyres Coward Sailed London 24th February 1850 - arrived New Plymouth 30th June, Nelson 11th July Port Chalmers 6th September Chief Cabin Adams Francis 24 New Plymouth Barton Wife ? 22 Otago Coward Lucy 23 Otago Lucy 10½ Rosa 10½ Dampier Henry ...

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Clifton 1842

    Clifton Ship: 820 tons Captain: Cox Surgeon Superintendent: Joseph Hamilton Smyth Sailed London October 2nd 1841 - arrived Wellington February 17th February 1842 Sailed Isle of White October 3rd 1841 Cabin Passengers Collins Frederick Collins Richard Cox Mrs Child Smyth Joseph Hamilton Surgeon on Board Steerage Barn...

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Skiold 1844

    Skiold Captain: C Claussen Surgeon Superintendent: Dr Franz Bernhard Braun Sailed Hamburg 21st April 1844 - arrived Nelson 1st September 1844 6 Cabin and 105 Steerage Passengers Cabin Passengers Benoit Johann Ferdinand 39 Hamburg Merchant Braun Franz Bernhard 26 Kitzingen Surgeon Superintendent Kelling Charles 26 Klutz Yeoman Kelling Fedor ...

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Sir Charles Forbes 1842

    Sir Charles Forbes Barque: 363 tons Captain: Thomas Bacon Surgeon Superintendent: Dr William Henry Kater Sailed London May 1st 1842 - arrived Nelson August 22nd 1842 Sir Charles Forbes, 363 tons, Captain Bacon, from London, arrived 22nd August. This vessel made the passage in 96 days and brought out 187 passengers, including Mr A Domett. White Wings - Sir Henry Brett Note on original passen...

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Will Watch 1841

    Will Watch 04·11·1841 PASSENGER MANIFEST Beck Francis Berkeley, 25 · Ships Surgeon Biggs, George, 19 · Labourer & Collier Biggs, William, 24 · Farm Labourer Blanchett, Thomas, 32 · Agricultural Labourer Blundell, William, 32 · Smith Boys, John Cowell, 17 · Surveying Cadet Bramwell, John Thompson, · Surveyor Bryant, Thomas, 22 · Gardener Budge, William, 25 · Surveyors Asst....

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - George Fyfe 1842

    Voyage details: Arrival at Wellington: See also page 68 of: Cabin Passengers Aldred Miss For Wellington Buckland Mr M For Wellington Mrs For Wellington Champney Mr For Wellington Christian Eliza Sarah For Wellington Clifford Charles 29 Gentleman For Wellington Coster John For Nelson Mary For Nels...

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Bolton 1842

    Cabin Passengers Byng W Gentleman Morgan George Surgeon Titchener Thomas Bradford Clerk Underwood James Clerk Steerage Passengers Andrews Charles 19 Mason and Quarryman Lucy 18 Andrews William 42 Mary Ann 33 Joseph 18 Mason Thomas 16 Mason John 11 Baird John 30 Carpenter Janet 31 ...

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - St. Pauli 1843

    'ST PAULI' Passenger ListFor voyage from Hamburg to NelsonDeparted 26 Dec 1842 -- Arrived 14 Jun 1843Capt. P. Schlacht master, J.F. Goders surgeon*ADAM **Dorothea 30 Servant Steerage*AHRENS **Peter Wilhelm 37 Agricultural labourer Steerage*ASSMANN **Adolf 31 Joiner Steerage**Wilhelmine 30 Wife Steerage*BARDT **Theodore 24 Butcher Steerage*BECKMANN **J. Heinrich Franz 38 Joiner Steerage**Anna Ma...

  • New Zealand Settler Ships - Lord William Bentinck 1841

    Sailed from London, England on the 8th January 1841 and arrived at Wellington, New Zealand on the 19th May 1841 Cabin Passengers Aitken Mrs. 2 Daughters Rees Doctor George 31 Mrs. Townsend Chauncy H. Tyrrel Mr. Steerage Passengers Anderson John 30 Carpenter Mary 28 Bezeek George 35 Plasterer Bould Rob...

  • Saint-Laurent, Québec, Canada

    Aperçu ~ Overview ( carte map ) Toponymie ~ Toponymy Elle tire son appellation du diacre Laurent de Rome, martyrisé à Rome en 258 sous l' empereur Valérien qui le fit brûler sur un gril. Sans doute la proximité du fleuve a-t-elle exercé quelque influence sur le choix de ce nom. Indiquez les lieux dans Geni How to Input Locations in Geni Standard Location Names for Québec, Canada...

  • Maskinongé, Québec, Canada

    Aperçu Overview Maskinongé sur la ( carte map ) Toponymie Toponymy « Maskinongé » vient de deux mots algonquins qui veulent dire : 'brochet difforme'. L'abondance de ce poisson dans le lac et la rivière Maskinongé lui a valu son nom. Indiquez les lieux dans Geni How to Input Locations in Geni Standard Location Names for Québec, Canada Saint-Joseph-de-Maskinongé ... 1713 ...

  • Jews expelled to Zbaszyn - 1938 - 1939

    ZbąszyńTown 70 kilometers west of Poznań, on the Polish–German border of 1919–1939; population (1938) 5,400, including 360 Germans and 52 Jews. From November 1938 to August 1939 Zbąszyń housed a transit camp for Jews expelled from Germany during the so-called Polenaktion (27–29 October 1938).The Polenaktion was a continuation of expropriating and expelling Jews from Germany after 1933. It was i...

  • Franklin Delano Roosevelt famous relatives

    I'm researching FDRs family tree and I'm trying to find out if he is related to someone famous which I know he is related to a lot of people I just want a place to organize discover and search for other relatives even relatives through marriage. Sources:

  • High School of the Performing Arts

    The High School of Performing Arts Please add Geni profiles associated with the High School of Performing Arts in New York, New York to this project. They can include teachers, alumnae, public officials, etc. Website: Address: 120 West 46th Street, New York, New York, United States Type: Public Alternative High school Established: 1947 Founder: Franklin J. Keller Campus: urban Close...

  • Dunera Boys/Internees

    Dunera Boys/Internees Hired Military Transport Dunera was a British passenger ship built as a troop transport in the late 1930s. As the storm clouds of war gathered in the late 1930s, thousands of German refugees - either Jewish or politically opposed to the Nazis - fled to Britain for sanctuary. Little did many of them know they would soon be deported to Australia in one of the more notoriou...

  • South African Settlers - Other Europeans

    Early Settlers in South Africa - Other Europeans This project is for Early Settlers in South Africa who came from European countries other than Britain, Germany, Holland, France and the Nordic countries which have their own projects. If in time individual countries get to be too large to be included in these pages we can move them to projects of their own. The project is a work in progress ...

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  • "Pestonjee Bomanjee" - Colonists to South Australia in 1838

    1838 Pestonjee Bomanjee from London - Capt. J K Hill, arrived Holdfast Bay Oct 12th, 1838 with 230 passengers (included Governor Gawler) This is part of the Bound for South Australia - Ships Lists Portal Project Sources: The Ships Passenger List This is a great time to add the profile to an Occupation Project and also to the country they settled FROM, Irish ; German and Prussian ; E...

  • Balkauskas

    Busco ascendientes en Lituania según mi árbol genealógicoAgradeceré a quien pueda ayudar a completarloGraciasCristina Balkauskas

  • Seabees in World War II

    This project is to showcase the men and work of the U.S. Navy Seabees, especially in World War II. Creation First Advanced Base[1] The Twelfth Regiment Public Works[2] In the late 1930s the International Crisis of WWII was in full swing. The US so far was not actively involved in fighting WWII, but seeing the need for preparation congress authorized the expansion of Naval Shore Ac...

  • Holy Blood, Holy Grail

    Prelude Robert de Boron (early 13th century) seems to have been the person responsible for merging the Arthurian Quest for the Holy Grail with Christian themes to produce the story we have today. in two works, Joseph d'Arimathe and Merlin , he developed the story that Joseph of Arimathea used the cup from the Last Supper to catch the last drops of blood from Jesus's body. This cup became the ...

  • Macomb Community College

    Macomb Community College is a community college with several locations in Michigan. It's headquarters are in Warren.

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