Passenger Lists: San Francisco 1800s


 

Brig Margaret

Arrive San Francisco

May 15, 1852 
Brig Margaret 
Captain Hallahan 
From Panama

Passage

110 days from Panama via San Blas, Mexico, 50 days

Cargo

15 packages unidentified merchandise.

Passengers

Bartle, R.
Battams, T.
Baumis, A.
Bayley, J.
Beal, L. A.
Beal, V. W.
Beherski, G.
Bowers, J. 
Brace, F.
Brandstelle, G. D.
Briggs, Jane
Briggs, T.
Brown, D. B.
Brown, J.
Brown, J.
Buckentroff, L.
Buckley, W.
Bughley, J.
Burriss, William
Byrne, M.
Carem, A.
Christopher, T.
Clark, J.
Clark, W.
Clork, J.
Coffin, J.
Cole, J.
Coler, A.
Conrad, B.
Cooke, S.
Cram, P.
Cram, S.
Crane, M.
Crane, W.
Creager, J.
Croffey, M.
Dable, D.
Davis, R.
Denison, R.
Dittmer, J.
Dodd, H. S.
Downley, P.
Draney, Thomas
Duer, N.
Dyke, O.
Famminu, B.
Fenster, J.
Fisscher, A.
Foley, M. C.
Galloway, C.
Gardner, P.
Gentcher, J.
Gletthey, J.
Gould, W. B.
Greenman, J.
Griffin, S.
Griffitas, J.
Halbuck, J.
Harsfall, R.
Haslem, D.
Hayer, P.
Higgins, J.
Hitchrcock, H. (Hitercock )
Hogan, J.
Hogan, T.
Holmes, C.
Hughes, P.
Hunt, E.
Inhoff, P.
Izaacks, W.
Johnson, J.
Jordon, L.T.
Kelly, J.
Kerr, Miss
Kimble, J. A.
Kirkpatrick, 
Kretney, C.
Kritts, K.
Lamar, M.
Law, C.
Law, F.
Lee, S.
Lomitt, A.
Lounce, J.
Lowe, L.
Lust, J.
Man, J.
Martinson, P.
Mayer, H.
McCraw, J.
McDonald, R.
McShane, J.
Meagur, T.
Moffatt, J.
Moran, P.
Morgan, T.
O Brian, J.
O Brian, Joseph
O Neal, E.
Osborne, B.
Painter, H. H.
Rian, J.
Rich, J.
Rochard, Mrs. E. and child
Rumpfield, H.
Rumsey, J.
Russell, J.
Russell, S.
Sart, J.
Sergent, W.
Smith, J.
Smith, R.
Spalding, J.
Spears, B.
Spears, S.
Steele, M. T.
Steen, G.
Steen, Thomas
Stewart, W.
Stump, L.
Thomas, E.
Throves, M.
Thudmill, D.
Tibbot, R.
Toland, J.
Train, J.
Turrey, S.
Unrick, F.
Van Deveer, J. 
Van Warmer, J.
Wagenar, J.
Watkins, J.
Wheeler, N.
Williams, C.
Wilson, J.
Wilson, J.
Wilson, James
Wilson, Jane
Woodard, J.
Woods, J.
Wright, J.
Wubuch, H.

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