Vessels at the Port San Francisco: 1800s

Barque Canton

Arrive San Francisco

July 28, 1851
Barque Canton
Captain Hall
From Acapulco
: 80 passengers, 7 females


50 days from Acapulco.


In ballast to master.


F. Aikholt
John Andrew;
C. V. Barry
A. Bertolomer
Mrs. Bicknell and child
M. Boillon
M. A. Booker and lady
L. Braninger
E. Brawn
Joon Brown
J. Burget
P. Campelle
J. Creig
J. M. Cunard
C. Dazis
J. Edmonds
J. S. Fairchild
E. Fougere, lady and child
J. Fougere and lady
E. Harris
Otis Howe
M. Isadora
Wm. Long, lady and two children
S. Lougenduffer
Simon Marx
B. H. McKeever
P. P. Meyers
B. F. Mouldin, lady and two children
P. A. Mullen
J. B. Nickson
A. Renson
L. Rothiock
J. Stewart
J. Rettwitz
W. Routh
S. E. Ross
J. Schneider
John Sheridan
H. H. Smith
H. Smith
Wm. Tobin
G. Trull
O. Vance

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