Passengers arriving at the Port of San Francisco


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Arrive San Francisco

July 12, 1863
SS Moses Taylor
James H. Blethen, Commander
From San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua

Passage

Daily Alta California, July 13, 1863, San Francisco, California, U.S.A.

The Nicaragua steamship Moses Taylor, arrived at this port last evening. She started from San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua, on the 29th June. On the 7th inst., at 10 P.M., 55 miles from Cape San Lucas, she passed the steamship Golden Age The Moses Taylor brings no news. We have heretofore published her list of passengers.

NICARAGUA TRANSIT ROUTE. Among the passengers by the Moses Taylor is our pioneer confrere, J.E. Lawrence, who has been absent for a year or more in the Atlantic States and Europe. He, as well as others, say that they had a very pleasant trip across Nicaragua, although detained five days on the Isthmus. This detention was owing to the low state of the water, which prevented the large boat from getting over the rapids below Castillo. The smaller boat was in consequence forced to make three trips to accommodate the great number of passengers of the Taylor.

Cargo

To I. K. Roberts

Passengers

The passengers arriving at San Francisco on July 12, 1863 aboard the Moses Taylor and on the SS St. Louis on July 9, 11 A.M. left New York with through passage to San Francisco via Aspinwall and Nicaragua steamers America and Northern Light.

The Daily Alta California did not note which passengers actually made it through to San Francisco, or who may have disembarked enroute. Presumably the majority came through and arrived on the Moses Taylor or the St. Louis. News stories indicate:

July 13, 1863, Daily Alta California: J. E. Lawrence returned to San Francisco on the Moses Taylor, after sailing from New York to Nicaragua.

July 10, 1863: "Some thirty of the Sisters of Charity arrived on the steamship St. Louis yesterday."

Passengers by the America July 10, 1863Albert, M. and wife
Allen, D. K.
Anderson, Mrs. A. J. and two children
Averel, L.
Averel, Mary
Avery, D. E. (Col. D.E. Avery of New York checked into the Occidental Hotel on July 13th, 1863)
Barton, O. and wife (Dr. T. M. Barton and family of New York checked into the Occidental Hotel on July 13th, 1863)
Bell, E.G. and wife
Bennett, Mrs.
Bentley, Miss H.
Bently, T. S.
Boyd, W. A., wife and sister
Brinbaum, Mary
Brinsbaum, W.
Brozzell, Miss M.
Buckley, J. P., wife and child
Cady, Mrs. G. B.
Campbell, James
Carter, J. A.
Casidy, Mrs. E.
Champlin, W. B.
Chase, Mrs. C. A.
Church, Miss L.
Colby, J. S.
Coles, D. H.
Coles, J. L.
Conlish, Mrs. E.M. , infant and seven children (Might be Mrs. E. M. Conlisb)
Cook, W.S.
Daigneau, S.
Dean, Mrs. L. and child
Doolen, William
Dubois, A. S. (A.P. Dubois of New York checked into the Occidental Hotel on July 13th, 1863)
Dutche, J. M. and wife
Dyer, G. and wife
Edgar, Mrs. W. G., infant and two children
Edgar, W. G.
Fludder, J.
Folsom, Miss S.
Foster, G. and two ladies
Fry, M.
Gallagher, William
Glacee, Mrs., two sisters and two children
Golden, Mrs. M. and two children
Gordon, Mrs. E. T., daughter and four children
Gould, Dr., wife and child
Gould, Mr., wife and child
Graff, J.
Griswold, Mrs. L. and two children
Guptill, E. H., wife and two children
Haight, J. E. B.
Hale, S.
Hall, W. H. H.
Harkness, Miss A.
Henry, Mrs. and infant
Holland, J.C., wife and sister
Hopkins, L.
Hubbell, Orton
Jamison, W. H.
Jenkins, Elizabeth
Johnson, P. B.
Judd, Miss A.
Kepplen, C.
Lake, Master
Lake, Mrs.
Lamb, F. B.
Lawrence, J. E.
Layton, Miss J.
Leclair,
Linneo, G. D.
Love, R. B.
McBane, J. D.
McClain, J.
McConahee, Miss
McConahee, Mrs.
McCormick, Miss M.
McCullough, S. G., daughter, and three children
McDougal, Miss A.
McGraw, Mrs. and three children
McNally, Mr. and wife
Murdoch, Miss C.
Nichols, Miss B. C.
O Connor, John
O Connor, Miss M.
O Grady, P. J.
Pennerger, J. H.
Rev. F. H. Blanchet
Rev. Mr. Halde
Rev. Mr. Hodges
Rev. S. B. A. Brouillet
Richard,
Robinson, D.H.
Ross, F. H., wife and child
Ross, H. J.
Shaddock, G. and wife
Shanks, J.
Shepson, William, mother and three children
Sister Catharine
Sister de Arimathie
Catholics of San Francisco.Ships, Shipping, Migration, World Seaports.Sister del Enfant Jesus
Sister Emerentienne
Sister Enerancienine
Sister Euphemie
Sister Fredrich
Sister Hyacinth
Sister Isadore
Sister Kate Kirrs
Sister Lajove
Sister Marie Catharine
Sister Marie de Assize
Sister Marie de Sacre Coeur
Sister Marie Delacroix
Sister Marie des Auges Gardieres
Sister Marie des Sept Douleurs
Sister Marie Heduidge
Sister Marie Helene
Sister Marie Justine
Sister Marie Louis
Sister Marie Marie Praxede
Sister Marie Patrick
Sister Marie Romuald
Sister Marie Virginie
Sister Olivier
Sister Paul Miki
Sister Terese de Jesus
Sister Veronique du Crucifix
Slater, C.O., wife and child
Sloat, B. R.
Sloat, E. A.
Spencer, R. B.
Tifalini, Fibras
Towne, L.A.
Truax, Mrs. E. and child
Tryon, Mrs., infant and two children
Turner, F.
Tusker, Dr., wife and child (Dr. J.C. Tucker, wife, and Master Tucker of New York checked into the Occidental Hotel on July 13, 1863)
Vernon, L.P.
Waho, G.
Waters,
Whitney, Miss M.
Wilbar, R. and wife
Wilcox, Sylvia S.
Wilcox, W. H.
Wood, Mrs. H.
Worsley, Mrs. and two children
And about 300 other passengers

Daily Alta California, July 13, 1863

Ad for Moses Taylor Sailing.NICARAGUA TRANSIT ROUTE -- Among the first passengers by the Moses Taylor is our pioneer confrere, J. E. Lawrence, who has been absent for a year or more in the Atlantic States and Europe. He, as well as others, say that they had a very pleasant trip across Nicaragua, although detained five days on the Isthmus. The detention was owing to the low state of the water, which prevented the large boat from getting over the rapids below Castillo. The smaller boat was in consequence forced to make three trips to accommodate the great number of passengers of the Taylor.

Daily Alta California, July 14, 1863

ACCIDENT.--A German woman, named Knell, had one of her limbs badly crushed by falling between the steamship, Moses Taylor and the wharf from the plank that was stretched to the shore from the vessel, on her arrival in this port on Sunday last. The injured person was a passenger by the Taylor.

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