Passengers at the Port of San Francisco: 1800s


SS Moses Taylor

Arrive San Francisco

September 17, 1865
SS Moses Taylor
Captain James H. Blethen
From San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua

Passage

Sacramento Daily Union, September 18, 1865, Sacramento, California

BY TELEGRAPH TO THE UNION.

Thomas L. Bridger, of San Francisco, died on board the Moses Taylor, which has arrived, on the 9th instant. The Moses Taylor made the trip from San Juan in eleven and a half days.

Passengers

Following is the list of passengers by the Moses Taylor:

Mrs. Hazeard, B. F. Fox, W. T. Welcker, H. Hopkins, Spencer Lowdin, Miss Davis, George H. Wheaton, Mrs. C. H. Parker and daughter; James Sherlock and wife, Miss C. Klonnenberg and sister, W. 0. Gibson, wife and daughter; N. L. Allen and wife, Mrs. John Shroust and child, W. H. Johnson and two daughters, H. Brunner, Professor E. A. Scott, Bailey, wife and child; C. Dixon, wife and infant; George Shaffer and daughter; William R. Hudnut and sister, Mrs. J. Smith, Charles McDonald and wife, W. Millan and wife, John Hoag and wife, W. H. Snook and wife, S. Erwin and son, J. P. Dorey, F. C. Cox, Dr. Boyce, R. R. Isaacs, Mrs. Abrams and sister, M. Brogan and wife, C. B. Rutherford, P. S. Latham, S. P. Brown and wife, Mrs. J. Duel, Miss Ella Travers, M. B. Travers, J. W. Williams, wife, infant and three children; W. H. Franklin, wife, child and infant; L. K. Morgan and wife, Mrs. Frazier, John Richards and wife, Miss Ann Mullen, Mrs. May, Miss Mitchell, Miss Reed, Mary Enos, Julia Silva, Miss M. Litchtenthall, Miss Julia George, John Henrys and wife, Mrs. Hair, Mr. Leaborde and wife, Mrs. S. Nuthall, infant and two children; M. C. Cutler and six children, David Ferguson, wife and two children; Mrs. C. H. Smith and infant, J. W. Ford, George Manning and wife; B. W. Frank, wife and two infants; R. Dater, J. E. Yomberger, M. Numes, O. Sweetland, R. 0. Jenkins, D. H. Lincoln, N. C. Lincoln, G. Brown, C. Piper, G. R. Williams, D. P. Chapman, John Murphy, R. C. Potts, L. Kolwosky, G. Bricelan, P. Dosh, J. Jollie, John Broza, M. S. Brand, A. Mendenole and brother, E. H. Chatman, J. 0. Irwin, E. H. Bogart, Lewis Buck, J. Holden, J. Simons, H. Kline, J. Riggs, C. E. Kuska and brother, W. H. Ralston and wife, W. Judd and 250 others.

Passengers by the Moses Taylor 18 September 1865.

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