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The Whaling Journal of Captain W. B. Rhodes: Barque Australian of Sydney 1836 - 1838

21. The crew of the 'Australian' 1836–1838 — [Compiled from Stop Account and Captain's 'Rough Day-Book']

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21. The crew of the 'Australian' 1836–1838
[Compiled from Stop Account and Captain's 'Rough Day-Book']

Name Position Lay Months of Service Amount Represented by Lay Balance due after Deductions
Signed on at Sydney £ s. d. £ s. d.
1 G. Powell Chief Mate 28th 24 123 2 0 77 12 0
1 Adam Mossman Second Mate 48th 24 71 4 0 43 17 0
2 Adam Scott Third Mate 75th 3 8 15 7 4 11
1 Wm. Walter Fouth Mate 80th 24 37 15 0 25 2 0
1 Wm. Read Cooper 55th 24 62 0 0 39 2 0
1 George Johnson Carpenter 65th 24 52 10 0 34 2 4
1 Robt. Marris Cooper's Mate 100th 24 34 3 0 20 16 6
1 J. Myres Carpenter's Mate 120th 24 28 8 0 18 5 6
1 George Coglan Steward 110th 24 31 0 0 18 7 0
1 Wm. Hoare Ord. Seaman 300th 24 11 0 0 6 1 5
1 Joseph Johnson Able Seaman 120th 24 28 8 0 15 1 6
2 Ed. Drew Boatsteerer 100th 3 6 11 8 1 7 8
2 Wm. Shearer Boatsteerer 100th 3 6 11 8 1 1 8
2 John Richards Boatsteerer 100th 3 6 11 8 7 10
3 Hugh Stirling Boatsteerer 100th 3 6 11 8 6 4
2 Walter Gough Ord. Seaman 180th 3 3 12 7 11 11
2 Harry Burns Ord. Seaman 180th 3 3 12 7 5 5
2 John Clements Able Seaman 120th 3 5 9 9 1 3
2 John Blunt Ord. Seaman 150th 3 4 7 9 15 3
2 Nath. Dance Able Seaman 120th 3 5 9 9 10 3
2 Henry Harford Able Seaman 120th 3 5 9 9 1 7 9
2 George Stigant Able Seaman 120th 3 5 9 9 10 3
2 Robt. Neile Able Seaman 120th 3 5 9 9 6 3
2 Wm. Baldock Ord. Seaman 170th 3 3 17 5 1 1 7
2 James Lawdon Ord. Seaman 180th 3 3 12 7 9 5
2 Thos. Riches Able Seaman 120th 3 5 9 9 8 9
2 George Catton Ord. Seaman 200th 3 3 5 10 16 8
3 John Tap Ord. Seaman and Boat builder 140th 6 5 17 10 3 10
4 James Dickson Able Seaman 120th 11 13 7 0 7 13 6
Shipped at Port Cooper
1 Wm. Hitchings Boatsteerer 1000th 21 30 0 0 11 10 0
(Later 3rd Mate) 75th
Shipped at Cloudy Bay (Sept. 1836)
4 Wm. Lamb Boatsteerer 100th 7 10 0 0 4 16 6
5 Charles Gleason Boatsteerer 100th 7 10 0 0 5 18 6
5 Bob Otaheite Boatsteerer 100th 7 10 0 0 5 11 6
1 John Morris Able Seaman 120th 20 26 6 6 16 15 0page 115
5 Win. Adamson Able Seaman 120th 7 8 6 9 2 14 9
5 Wm. Slater Able Seaman 120th 7 8 6 9 5 10 3
5 Hugh deGrath Seaman 140th 7 7 3 0 3 18 0
5 J. A. Webb Ord. Seaman 160th 7 6 5 0 3 4 6
5 Charles Robbins Ord. Seaman 160th 7 6 5 0 2 18 0
1 Jackcy (Maori) 170th 20 49 10 0 24 0 8
1 Tommy (Maori) 170th 20 49 10 0 24 0 8
5 Jemmy (Maori) 170th 7 49 10 0 24 0 8
1 A'wackey (Maori) 170th 20 49 10 0 24 0 8
Shipped at Sunday Island (Dec. 1836).
1 Hugh Anderson Able Seaman 120th 18 22 0 0 15 1 6
1 John Evoy Able Seaman 120th 18 22 0 0 13 3 0
Shipped at Bay of Islands (May 1837).
7 R. J. Evans Boatsteerer 100th 11 18 1 2 4 17 2
6 Adam Marston Able Seaman 120th 6
1 Walter Cowan Boatsteerer 100th 13 18 0 0 5 17 11
1 James Brown Able Seaman 120th 13 15 0 0 6 12 4
1 John William (Maori) Ord. Seaman 160th 13
(Boatsteerer 11 Sept. 1837) 100th
1 Jacky Witi (Maori) Ord. Seaman 170th 13 10 10 0 5 13 11
1 Epio (Maori) Ord. Seaman 170th 13 10 10 0 6 8 2
1 Etou (Maori) Ord. Seaman 170th 13 10 10 0 5 19 4
Shipped at Vavao (Nov. 1837)
1 Robt. Roberts Cook and Seaman 110th 7 5 18 0 5 2 0
1 James Clements Able Seaman 120th 7 5 18 0 4 9 6
Exchanged at Sea per Bombay (4 April 1838)
1 Wm. Essex Boatsteerer 100th 2
No Data
Joseph Boyle Apprentice

Amounts printed in italic represent a debit still owing. Men who deserted or Were sent ashore after mutiny forfeited their lay.

1 Members of crew on return to Sydney

2 Discharged at Port Cooper

3 Discharged sick. Sent to Bay of Islands by Tamar.

4 Discharged sick at Bay of Islands.

5 Deserted at Bay of Islands.

7 Transferred to Bombay.

6 Deserted at Vavao.