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''[[England]] [[Image:Gotoarrow.png]] [[England Shipping Shipwrecks|Shipping and Shipwrecks]]''
  
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The Newcastle Weekly Courant (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England)
 
  
Friday, February 4, 1887: Issue 11064
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== Shipping  ==
  
(Article provided with permission from Michael Coomber: [mailto:michaelcoomber@aol.com michaelcoomber@aol.com])
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== ShipWrecks  ==
 
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TERRIBLE SHIPWRECK.<br>NEARLY 300 PERSONS DROWNED.<br>The French barque "''Ulysse''" arrived at Bahia, on Monday, having on board <br>some of the crew of the ship "Kapunda" bound for Australia from London, which <br>was lost at sea, having been run down and sunk by a vessel, name unknown. <br>The "''Kapunda''" sailed on December 11th from London for Freemantle, Western <br>Australia.
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The names of those saved by a French barque the "Ulysse" , and landed at <br>Bahia, are as follows:-
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PASSENGERS.<br>William REECE , 40, Spennymore; wife and seven children drowned.<br>Henry BARNES , 19, single, Notting Hill, London.<br>Philip DALY , 27, single, Dublin.<br>Robert SANDFORD , 23, single, Downpatrick.<br>Robert WIGGINS , 18, Notting Hill, London.<br>Cornelius O'Callaghan , 26, Ballyhorgan, Ballyduff.<br>Noah BROADHURST , 42, married, Ilkeston. This man's wife and 8 children <br>were drowned.<br>A passenger named RUSSELL was saved, but it is not known which of the <br>three men named RUSSELL he is.
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CREW.<br>Wm. COTTRELL , first mate.<br>Andrew FORBES , carpenter.<br>F. MEICK , emigrants' baker.<br>A. ANDERSON , able seaman.<br>T. GORDON , able seaman.<br>J. HUGHES , able seaman.<br>W. NORMAN , ordinary seaman.<br>L. MAUNTER , ordinary seaman.
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The list of the passengers who sailed in the ill-fated "Kapunda" has been <br>corrected and revised by the owners, and the ages, occupations, and places <br>of origin of most of the passengers added, and the list which follows may <br>be accepted as conclusive :-
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CABIN PASSENGERS.<br>William FIELD , schoolmaster, his wife, and two children, Croydon.
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PAYING STEERAGE PASSENGERS.<br>Malcolm GRAHAM , 22, Dublin.<br>Horace TARBUCK , 19, Southport.<br>Wm. N. COOKE , 30, Chiswick.<br>Samuel GREEN , 30; Kate GREEN, 27; and four children ; and Rosina GREEN , <br>sister, 30, Whitchurch, Hants.<br>Matthew SHARP , 35, Dublin.<br>Symington GIBSON , 25, Dublin.<br>Samuel HARPER , 30, Cornwall.<br>Thomas HOLYOAKE , 26; Edith HOLYOAKE , 24 - booked from London.<br>Alice WHITTLE , 67, London. <br>Alfred M. HADDOW , London.
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The following passengers, thirty-four in number, were shipped under the <br>auspices of the West Australian Land Company, being booked by agents of the <br>company as from places named:-<br>Michael BOLANS , wife, and four children, Limerick.<br>Patrick GREEN , Balinalee.<br>Philip DALY , Dublin.<br>William King RUSSELL , Dublin.<br>John PHELAN , Dublin.<br>William ESSEX , Birmingham.<br>George GILLILAND , Newry.<br>John BROAD , wife and four children, Winchester.<br>John MARTIN , Winchester.<br>William BURGOYNE , Cardiff.<br>John KENEALY , Dublin.<br>Elisha GRIFFITHS , wife, and six children, Oakengates, Salop. ( <br>Shropshire.)<br>Joseph LIDDLE , wife, and two children, Newry.<br>John McSHERRY and Thomas McSHERRY , Newry.
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The following were nominated by friends in the colony to the emigration <br>agents at Perth for a free passage to go out and join them. They simply paid <br>for their sea-kit, but had to find their way to Portsmouth to embark :-
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*''The Newcastle Weekly Courant'' (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England)
  
LOCAL PASSENGERS.<br>Noah BROADHURST , 42; Emma, wife 38; and seven children, Middlesborough.<br>Joseph Henry BROWN , quarryman, 23, his wife, and children, Wingate, <br>Durham.<br>William REECE , 40, labourer; Susannah, his wife, 40; and six children, <br>Spennymoor.
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Friday, February 4, 1887: Issue 11064
  
OTHER PASSENGERS.<br>James TIETEN , 26, compositor, Belfast.<br>George ANDERSON , 24, labourer, Blackburn.<br>Thomas APLIN , 17, labourer, Newport ( Mon. ).<br>Catherine BAIN , 20, domestic servant, Wick.<br>Charles BROWN , 35; his wife, Martha, 35; and five children, mill <br>labourer, Pentonville, London.<br>Henry BAKER , 33; his wife, Ellen, 30; and four children, farm labourer, <br>Chippenham.<br>Henry BARNES , 19, carpenter, Notting hill, London.<br>James BOURKE , 40; Mary, his wife, 43; and five children; miller's <br>labourer, Clare Castle, County Clare.<br>John BUCKLEY , 22, farm labourer, Limerick.<br>Arthur Frederick BURROUGHS , 32, harness maker; wife and child; Maidstone.<br>John BYRNE , 22, farm labourer, New Ross.<br>Margaret CARTER , 22; Helen CARTER , 19, domestic servants, Moy Cullen, <br>Galway.<br>James CASEY , New Ross.<br>James CASEY , 26, carpenter; Mary CASEY , 25; William CASEY , 27; Tom <br>CASEY , 1; Homerton, London.<br>Samuel COLLINS , 20, labourer, and wife, Nottingham.<br>George COOK , 39, brickmaker; Emily, his wife, 31; and five children, <br>Hayes, Middlesex.<br>Thomas DANBY , 28, labourer; Eliza, his wife, 25; and child, Gainsborough.<br>Thomas DOWLING , 40, navvy; Hannah, his wife, 40; and child, Bermondsey.<br>Thomas FLANNAGAN , 24, farm labourer, Ennis.<br>James FROST ,26; Joseph FROST , 24; farm labourers, Ennis.<br>Arthur GLOSTER , 19; Rebecca GLOSTER , 18, farm servants, Tralee, Kerry.<br>George GRIGGS , 34, bricklayer; Sarah GRIGGS , 33; and four children, <br>Leyton, Essex.<br>Alexander GRAHAM , 44, married, Liverpool; on the way to join her husband.<br>W.G. HALLIDAY , 21, van driver, Manchester.<br>Isaac HIGH , 35, carpenter; Harriet, his wife, 35; and child, Norwich.<br>Amos HOOLEY , 18; Samuel HOOLEY, 17; miners, Stockport.<br>Fred JOST , 42, painter; Mary, his wife, 36; and five children, Bethnal <br>Green, London.<br>Patrick KEELEY , 39, painter; Jane, his wife, 35; and child; Wigan.<br>James LEADER , 33, carpenter; Sarah, his wife, 37, and child, Tottenham.<br>Annie LOCKWOOD , domestic servant, Sheffield.<br>James LOVE , 23, labourer,. Cavan.<br>Henry McINEREY , 22, tailor, Ennis.<br>Patrick McMAHON , 24, baker, Ennis.<br>John MORRIS , 27, bricklayer's labourer; Mary, his wife, 23; and two <br>children, Stepney.<br>John McBRIDE , 20, gasfitter, Belfast.<br>Bridget MOYLAN , 20, domestic servant, Cree, co. Clare.<br>Hannah WARKHAM , 17, servant girl, Labesheeda, co.Clare.<br>Patrick NYHAN , 17; Julia, 16, Camborne, Cornwall.<br>Cornelius O'CALLAGHAN , 26, farm labourer, Ballyhorgan, Ballybuff.<br>Thomas Henry PLATTS , 23, ironmoulder; his wife, Annie, 22; and child, <br>Somercotes, Alfreton.<br>James POWER , 30, tailor; Mary, his wife, 29; and child, Wigan.<br>Christiania REYNOLDS ,36; Samuel, her son,18 miner, Redruth, Cornwall.<br>Matilda RICE , 24, and three children, Glasgow.<br>Joseph ROBERTS , 26, navvy; Frances, his wife, 23, and two children, <br>Liverpool.<br>Michael RUSSELL , 28; John RUSSELL , 32, farm labourers, Ennis.<br>Hannah SALT , 23, servant, Derby.<br>Robert SANDFORD , 23, compositor, Portadown.<br>William SHAW , 19, compositor; Eliza SHAW , 38, his widowed mother.<br>James SHERIFF , 45, forman of works; Ann, his wife, and seven children, <br>Broughty Ferry, N.B.<br>Frederick William SHRIVE ,24, engine tenter; his wife, Ada, 20 ; and <br>child, Gainsborough.<br>Frederick SNEYD , 31, carpenter, Sheffield,<br>William George SPRIGGS , 15, gardener, Long Ditton, Surrey.<br>William THOMPSON ,38, carpenter; Jane, his wife, 38, Tottenham Court Road, <br>London.<br>Stephen FOLLADAY , 38, soapboiler, and three children, Sudbury, Suffolk.<br>Robert TURNBULL , 32, carpenter; and Jane, his wife 32, Hammersmith.<br>James WALLER , 34, bootmaker; Charlotte, his wife, 32; and child, London.<br>William H. WEBB , 21, labourer, Brightlingsea.<br>Aaron WEISS , 28, carpenter, London.<br>Thomas WHITTLE , 37, coachbuilder; Nancy, his wife, 36, and five children, <br>London.<br>Maurice WHITTLEY , 27, printer; Martha, his wife, 24; and three children, <br>Belfast.<br>Robert WIGGINS , 18, plasterer, London.<br>Jas. WILSON , 26, joiner; Mary, his wife, 25, Belfast.<br>Barbara YOUNG ,18; John YOUNG ,16, New Rose.<br>Charles WOOD , 37, brewer; Elizabeth, his wife, 35, and four children, <br>Cambridge.
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(Article provided with permission from Michael Coomber: [mailto:michaelcoomber@aol.com michaelcoomber@aol.com])
  
<br>The following were domestic servants selected by the Crown agents :-
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TERRIBLE SHIPWRECK.<br>NEARLY 300 PERSONS DROWNED.<br>The French barque "''Ulysse''" arrived at Bahia, on Monday, having on board <br>some of the crew of the ship "Kapunda" bound for Australia from London, which <br>was lost at sea, having been run down and sunk by a vessel, name unknown. <br>The "''Kapunda''" sailed on December 11th from London for Freemantle, Western <br>Australia. [https://wiki.familysearch.org/en/images/2/21/The_Newcastle_Weekly_Courant-shipwrecd.pdf Click here to&nbsp;read the&nbsp;full story and list of persons involved in the shipwreck.]
  
&gt;From Brighton:-<br>Emma GAULKER , 35, cook.<br>Martha FIELD , 23, nurse.<br>Emily BLAKE , 19, nurse.<br>Emily SCRUTTON ,27.<br>Esther ELLIS , 21.
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*Between the time of its launch in 1906 and the fateful sinking on May 29th 1914, The Empress of Ireland had completed 95 round trips crossing from Liverpool to Quebec City (or on occasion Halifax). [http://scottishgenealogytipsntricks.blogspot.ca/2012/10/the-empress-of-ireland.html Click here to read the rest of the story]. [http://www.sea-viewdiving.com/shipwreck_info/empress_home/passengerindex.htm A list of the persons involved in the shipwreck].
  
&gt;From Addlestone, Surrey :-<br>Agnes SARGENT , 16, laundress.<br>Elizabeth TELLING ,15, laundress.<br>Mary Ann WRIGHT ,16, laundress.
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Frances ALEXANDER , 21, Finsbury.<br>Louisa JACQUES , 23, nurse, Eastcheap. <br>Eleanor SHAW , 23, cook, London.<br>Harriet BROWN , 21, nurse, Kingston -on-Thames.<br>Rosa BROWN , 21, Housemaid, London.<br>Esther ELLIS , 21, Brighton.<br>Ada BLAKE , 18, laundress, Upper Tooting.<br>Eliza Mary THANE , 20, nurse, Dublin.<br>Agnes PURCER , 22, housemaid, Cheltenham.<br>Alice Emma THICK , 18, housemaid, London.<br>Mary Jane SKELTON , 34, Dublin.<br>Mabel SKINNER , 18, London.<br>Annie WARNER, 19, cook, London.<br>Mary Ann DAWSON , 28, Whitechapel.<br>Mary POSTLETHWAITE , nurse, Sheffield.<br>Eliza DARNLEY , 18. Birmingham.<br>Jane IRVINE , 24, Armagh.<br>Emma HOOPER , 18, Edmonton.<br>Mary EVANS , 29, nurse, New Hampton.<br>Charlotte ADAMS , 18, London.<br>Catherine HONEY , 16, Southsea.<br>Emily HALL , Wantage.<br>
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  • The Newcastle Weekly Courant (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England)

Friday, February 4, 1887: Issue 11064

(Article provided with permission from Michael Coomber: michaelcoomber@aol.com)

TERRIBLE SHIPWRECK.
NEARLY 300 PERSONS DROWNED.
The French barque "Ulysse" arrived at Bahia, on Monday, having on board
some of the crew of the ship "Kapunda" bound for Australia from London, which
was lost at sea, having been run down and sunk by a vessel, name unknown.
The "Kapunda" sailed on December 11th from London for Freemantle, Western
Australia. Click here to read the full story and list of persons involved in the shipwreck.