Marquis of Anglesea: Passenger List

Marquis of Anglesea, Captain Stewart, a 352 ton single deck ship built in Sunderland in 1815. She was acquired by Barrick and Co. of Buenos Ayres in 1825. Classified A1 at Lloyds. She arrived in Buenos Aires from Falmouth on 16th December 1825.

In addition to the colonists, she carried several tons of mining equipment, both destined for the mines of Famatina in the province of La Rioja.

Grosvenor Brumer, y los siguientes,
Joseph Fregemint, John, Williams, John
Evans, Martin? Charon, Ambrosio
Totty, John Nichols, Felipe Bailey
Samuel Clement, Wm Gil, John
Arres, John Gentace, Joseph, G??
Henriqe Juan, Jose Branden, Ro
berto ??, Jose Cardew, Wm
Gilbert, Wm Sumfield, John Fhi
lips, Robo Gray, John Polkingho
rne, Thoms Blamey, Isaac Ke
low, Anto Bawden, Benjamin
Harley
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John Fhilips, Salomon Williams, Cristian
Trebick, John Manley, Robo Youren, Wm Bar-
rett, Rafail Johnes, Rafl Hams, Nils Inbeliof
Felipe Simons, Sebastian Iresarthe, Francis Co-
oad, Isaac Grenfell, James Simons, Hum-
phrey Davis, Joseph Jobins y las Mujeres.
Juana Felipes, Sarah Manley, Wm Har-
ris y James Inbeliof
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Question marks indicate words I cannot read. The spelling and layout is as per the original as far I can reproduce it in html. To give the flavour of the document, I have left the name splits as the immigration clerk wrote them. The clerk's handwriting is very poor, his Js Ts and Fs are very similar, so, for instance, Joseph Jobins may well be Tobin(s). In addition he gets confused between English and Spanish usage so you get such hybrids as Henrique and Fhilips.

According to Dr Sharron Schwartz of the Institute of Cornish Studies, University of Exeter, Grosvenor Brumor is Grosvenor Bunster from Mylor parish who joined his brother, Humphrey, in Chile in 1827.

Source: Passenger Roll from the Argentine National Archives, scan courtesey of Marie Renee Rodriguez.


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