Passengers at the Port of San Francisco: 1800s


SS Fremont

Arrive San Francisco

July 29 1851
SS Fremont
Captain McLane
172 days from New York via Panama

Passage

Daily Alta California, July 31, 1851

ARRIVED: July 29. Steamship Fremont, McLane, 172 days from New York via Panama 27 days, via Acapulco 7 days, via San Diego 4 days, to P.M.S.S. Co., 75 passengers.

Cargo

1 case merchandise, 36 packages, 2 box, 3 trunks, 2 cases. Consignees: G.A. Van Bokelin, John McCracken, D.L. Flanagan, Evans & Carter, J.F. Atwill, Lazard Freres, J. W. Gregory, Gibb & Holt, Dodge & Co.

Passengers

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Ackley (Alta indicates "Three Mr. Ackleys" -- no first names or initials)
Andrews, Mr.
Barrett, M.
Berger, Mr. and wife
Bird, M.
Brisbee, A.
Burrows, A. M.
Butler, J. W.
Cambridge, Capt.
Carson, John
Cavan, James
Clark, Miss
Coats, J.
Coats, Thomas
Cowan, W.
Crappe, John
Criswell, C.
Crypson, R.
Curtis, J. A.
Darrow, J. H.
Davis, P.
Elliott, S.
Evans, Richard and servant
Haliburton, Mr. and two servants
Haliburton, Mr., Jr.
Hamilton, Mr.
Hathaway, S.
Hoffman, D.B.
Hook, W.
Humphreys, D.
Johnson, A., wife and child
Ketchum, E.S.
Liender, F.
Lockett, E.F.M.
Lockett, M.
McIntyre, A.
Millerson, M.
Murphy, D., wife and two sons
Otis, Mrs.
Packard, S. C.
Patton, R. E. and servant
Pride, Mrs. and child
Sheam, Mrs. and daughter
Smith, Robt
Smith, Thos
Tacy, Mr.
Torrey, D. J.
Valentine, Miss and two servants
Warner, Henry
Whorle, Mrs. W.
Wilson, P. J.
Wood, Abram

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