Passenger Lists: San Francisco 1800s


SS John L. Stephens

Arrive San Francisco

February 14, 1858
SS John L. Stephens
W.F. Lapidge, Commander
From Panama


Sacramento Daily Union, February 15, 1858, Sacramento, California, U.S.A.


By the arrival of the John L. Stephens, about 8 o'clock this evening, from Panama, we have advices from New York and New Orleans to Jan. 20th.


The P. M. S. S. Company's steamer John L. Stephens, W. F. Lapidge, commander, with passengers, U. S. Mails and freight, from New York and New Orleans January 20th, left Panama on the 31st January, at 5 o'clock and 20 minutes P.M.. Feb. 1st, at 9 o'clock and 30 minutes, P.M., latitude 72 deg. longitude 31 deg. 50 min., exchanged signals with, and passed the Company's steamer Golden Age.


Maj. Cross
Gov Anderson
Mrs. Provost
A. G. Richardson
Mrs. Keltow
Gen. Whalen 
Mrs. J. Bureh, infant and servt 
Rev Mr. Verdes 
E. M. Skaggs 
R. L. Ogden 
J. H. Pease and wife 
Mrs. E. A. Van Dusen 
Lieut. Carr 
Miss A. W. Hamiin
Miss Clarke 
P Lott 
J. M. Moss 
Mrs. Woods 
A. S. Williams, lady and two children and servant
Mrs. M A Hodges 
Mrs Deal and two daughters 
Dr. Praslow 
T H Saunders and lady 
S Orimes 
Miss J Crawford 
J Merrit
Mrs. Baldwin and infant 
G G Hewell and lady 
Mrs Stevens 
J W Owens 
W H Rogers 
B Wolf 
E McLane and wife 
J Gallagher and lady 
Miss M A Clark 
Mrs Clark and 2 children 
L McGhee 
A J Ford and lady 
D J Legull 
Mrs Richards and infant 
M Seligman 
J H Havens 
J Hoyt and sister 
H Beckman 
M Thompson 
T S Coley 
A Donnelly 
Mrs O Sweetland 
B W Hubble 
L Ross 
P M Whitesides 
O B Branch 
Mrs E A Read 
H N Wilkens and lady 
Miss H Mahoney 
Wm Rhodes 
Mrs L W Rhodes and 2 children 
J F F Powers 
J J Thomas 
D Gardner and wife 
S S Arnold 
W Glaudeman and wife 
W McMullen 
A McAllister 
J Bartlett 
W A Stimpson 
E A Crane 
Miss Bleckman 
A J Davenport and wife 
Mrs Wheaton and infant 
L Levy 
S S Fulnar 
W H Jeffries 
C S White 
W Birch 
Miss M Hunter 
Miss C A Wilson
J Deal and brother 
Mrs A Tedd and daughter 
Mrs C Baston 
E Skiff and wife
J B Hamilton
T Harding
J Roberts 
Miss A Weaver 
W E Duning 
T Wilson 
Mrs E Stelle 
Mrs Wiser
G F Williams and brother 
J S Moody and brother 
G Smith 
H Coates 
E R Collins 
H Cosby 
J W Hilens
C McDougall 
Mrs Leland and 2 children 
R Stove 
M Ball 
E McDougall
G M Spencer and lady F Dickson 
Mrs Hatch 
H B Lane 
D F Earl

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