Passenger Lists: San Francisco 1800s


 

Clipper Ship Tornado

Arrive San Francisco

July 2, 1852
Captain Mumford
From New York 130 days, 68 passengers

Passage

July 2, 1852, Daily Alta California, San Francisco

Experienced light winds during the whole passage. Crossed the equator 85 days from New York; 17 days of that time only average 70 miles per day; 29 days since crossing the equator her daily average was 52 miles.

Cargo

To G. N. Shaw & Co. 
Booker's Bitters and Brandy: 50 cases Booker's bitters; 10 casks Sazrac brandy; 10 casks Pinet Casastillon & Co. Now landing from clipper ship Tornado for sale by Bidleman & Co., Montgomery Street.

Passengers

April 6, 1852
Sailed from New York

Sacramento Daily Union
July 2, 1852
Arrived San Francisco
Daily Alta California

Mr. Halloway, lady and 2 children
Miss Korn
W. C. Wetmore
Miss J. Ellis
Leonard Clark 
Miss M. Morris
G. Rahn
W. H. Barnes
P. Fogeaty
J. Goodall
John Hudson
H. Weeks
T. Fenaughty and wife
W. H. Field
A. Field
J. King
C. D. Goble
N. Blanchard
G. D. Raymond 
E. Lovell
J. H. DeForest
T. McCoun
M. Sartelle
C. O'Hogan
J. O'Hagan
W. Hancock
C. H. Moreley
Alvah Hotchkiss
T. H. Berry
E. J. Lewis 
W. C. Wetmore
Leonard Clark
W. H. Smith and lady
N. Sattelle
M. McCoon 
F. E. Fairchild
E. J. Lewis
W. Hansen
T. Burdine (Dudine )
F. R. Staples
W. H. Smith
Susan Smith
L. Wallace
Mrs. E. Graham and child
Miss S. Smith
P. Quinn
S. Dempsey
H. R. Tinsell
G. W. Taylor
R. Flint
R. M. Albro
J. W. Winstanley
F. A. Boutelle
S. Barrow
Mrs. Rollins
D. Holway
R. Ellis
W. Hamilton
J. Babcock
T. Wineger
E. Wineger
M. Hodges
H. B. Pierce
W. J. Smith
S. N. Smith
E. Wallace
F. E. Fairchild
J. Goodsped
O. Davis 
E. Wheeler

S. L. Hallowell, lady and two children
Miss Kow
Miss M. Morris
Miss J. Ellis
L. Clarke
W. C. Wetmore
W. H. Smith and Lady
N. Sattelle 
W. McCoon
E. Wheeler
F. E. Fairchild
E. J. Lewis
T. H. Bury
A. Hotchkiss, Jr.
C. H. Mosely
N. Blanchard
F. B. Staples
H. Tinnell
G. D. Raymond
G. E. Lowell
J. Fogarty
T. Duntine
J. O. Hagan
C. Hagan
S. Burrows
W. Hansen
H. Weeks
T. Finaghtey and lady 
J. Hudson 
J. Goodall
W. H. Barnes
D. Holway
S. A. Smith
W. J. Smith
W. R. Hamilton
R. Ellis
J. H. Goodspeed
M. H. Hodges
E. J. Winejar
F. Winejar
F. P. Pierce
D. Wallis
E. Wallis
J. C. Babcock
O. A. David
J. N. Winstanley
F. A. Boulton
S. Dempsey
P. Quinn
R. Albros
G. Zahn 
R. Flint
G. Taylor
W. H. Field
A. Field
J. King
C. D. Goble
W. Hancock
E. Graham
Eliza A. Graham
Sarah Smith
Isabella Robins
S. Robins

New York 1800s.


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