Passengers at the Port of San Francisco: 1800s

SS New Orleans

Arrive San Francisco

September 24, 1850
SS New Orleans
Captain Wood
From New York


210 days from New York, New York via intermediate ports. She left Panama on the 5th. Arrived off San Francisco on September 22, 1850 with 113 passengers. Because of thick fog, she sailed about sixty miles north of the entrance to the Bay.


Consigned to Everett & Co.


Allard, L.
Austin, C.G.
Beryemath, G.
Blanchard, H.
Boettcher, E.
Bowman, J.
Brischoff, A.
Brown, H. J.
Brown, Miss
Browning, H.
Burnett, L.
Carr, T.
Castle, L.
Champion, J. C.
Clarke, Mrs. and son
Cordin, E.
Cotter, J.
Deach, N.W.
Doyle, C.
Elliott, A.
Evans, G.
Fox, W.B.
Gage, T.B.
Gavard, Miss
Gavard, Mr.
Gessel, Mrs.
Graham, J.
Gray, H.
Griessel, Mrs.
Haly, D.L.
Hammond, G. M.
Hammond. B.
Hansall, E.
Harmon, J.
Harris, C.B.
Hathaway, Mr.
Hellman, R.
Hiskett, W.
Holbrook. A. S.
Holmes, J.
Housse, E.
Huard, H.
Ivory, J.
Jackson, B. S.
Jeffrey, J.
Kalorka, A. S.
Kathbun, N. W.
Klevenin, E.
Klink, G.W.
Lang, S.
Lapard, J.
Leavens, J.L.
Marsh, F.
Marshall, A.
May, F.
McCarty, J.
McHarlin, J. C.
McPherson, S.
Meal, T.
Megaty, B.
Meyer, S.T.
Moore, J. L. A.
Multman, C.
Murphy, P.
Norcross, D. L.
Norten, J. N.
O Neill, C. P.
Ormeston, G.
Peel, J.
Phillips, J. (Rasmussen questions spelling: Pcillips )
Rankin, J.A.
Reed, T.J.
Reed, W.
Riddle, J.
Rising, D. B.
Robinson, T.
Rudolph, J.
Rust, C.
Ryer, H.
Saunders, T.
Senoria, R. M.
Severner, J.
Severner, J., Jr.
Sewall, J. M.
Sherwood, J. A.
Simmons. L.
Slaughter, P.
Smith, B.
Sparks, M.
Standish, E.
Strickler, D.
Strickler, W.
Tapin, C.
Ward, Col. G. W.
Ware, S.
White, E. E.
White, R. S.
Wolf, J. E.
Wood, G. W.
Wood, T. M.

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