California Bound by

New-York Times, August 16, 1871

SS Henry Chauncey
Captain Gray
Sailed from New-York City: August 15, 1871

New-York ... Tuesday, Aug. 15.

Steamship Henry Chauncey, Gray, Aspinwall, Pacific Mail Steamship Co.

NOTE: The SS Henry Chauncey caught fire and wrecked off North Carolina, August 17, 1871.

Passengers Sailed.

In steamship steamship Henry Chauncey, for San Francisco --
Bond, Mrs. Josephine, and infant
Devere, C.
Hervey, Mrs. C. B.
Heydner, Henry
Holtz, Mrs. S. M., and child
Jones, C. W.
Kilgore, Mrs. Sarah C.
Lanfare, Robert, and wife
Lawrence, Mrs. James and child
Lehman, John
Mitchel, Mary
O'Brien, Mr.
O'Brien, Thos.
Page, Jay M., and wife
Patterson, Miss
Patterson, Mrs., and infant
Plympton, Eban
Poor, Geo. F.
Reed, Mrs. Charles
Scofield, Mrs., and infant
Stickle, Mrs. J.
Thompson, G. F.
Weishaar, Bertha
White, Miss A. J.
Williams, Mrs., mother and 2 children
Young, Miss Agnes D.

For Aspinwall:
Arquillo, Jose
Beverland, B., and wife
Brooks, Jas.
Carseres, A. G.
Castle, F. L.
d'Almeido, F. P.
Dickson, Dr. Henry
Exter, H.
Hickman, John
Houston, J., wife, 3 children, infant and servant
Kennedy, Dr. L. D.
Livingston, Mrs., and son
McCrea, Jno. E., child and infant
Pardo, D.
Ramirez, Rafael, and wife
Recuero, Miss
Recuver, J. N.
Runnell, Geo.
Safford, G.
Senior, J. J.
Watson, Capt. R. J., wife, nurse and infant
7 Sisters of the Good Shepherd
Chaplain of the Good Shepherd

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