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Family: Bruno Albert Wiser / Elisa Schoenhals

m. 3 Feb 1869


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Bruno Albert Wiser Elisa Schoenhals Ida Alice Wyser Maria Constantina Wiser Emilia Katharina Wyser Alfred Alois Wiser Otto Edwin Wiser

Arrival of the Wyser Family in Adelaide, South Australia - 23 Jan 1877

This passenger manifest, from the collection of State Records of South Australia, shows the arrival in Adeliade on 23 Jan 1877 of: Bruno Wyser (age 35), Elisa (age 32), Ida (9), Marie [?] (4), Emilie (3), Adolph (2), and Otto (3/4).

According to the Palmer List of Merchant Vessels: "The British ship EDITH BYRNE (Official No. 16216) was built by the Canada Works, Birkenhead, in 1856 (first registered, Liverpool 9 June 1857). 729.44 tons register; 165.4 x 30.2 x 19.7 ft (length x beam x depth of hold); 2 decks.

"In March 1865, the EDITH BYRNE was purchased from Byrne, of Liverpool, for 8,250 by the Hamburg shipowner, Robert Miles Sloman, who renamed her HERSCHEL, after an earlier vessel that he had sold in Indonesia in 1859. Measurements (Hamburg): 333 Commerzlasten /787 tons; 50,3 x 9,1 x 5,79 meters (length x beam x depth of hold)."

The master from 1875-1878 was J. J. Kammann. The vessel's voyages in the 1870's:

1871/73 - Brisbane/intermediate ports/Amsterdam/Cuxhaven
1873/74 - Queensland/intermediate ports/Cardiff
1874/75 - Brisbane/intermediate ports/Greenock
1875/76 - Wellington/Peru
1876/78 - Adelaide/intermediate ports/Huanillos
1878/80 - Queensland/intermediate ports/Corinto, Nicaragua

According to the South Australian Genealogy & Heraldry Society, Inc. fact sheet, this voyage of the Herschel originated in Hamburg. Sequence 77/6 -- see http://www.saghs.org.au/ships/shipsH.htm

On On 1 June 1891 the HERSCHEL was sold to Hartvigsen, of Arendal, Norway. There is no record of her final fate.

Please see: http://www.geocities.com/mppraetorius/com-ed.htm#edithbyrne1856

GRG35/48 Assisted Passage Consignment/Sub-series 1, Unit 22; Volume 22 1877 Adolph Wyser through Elsie Wyser.

Owner/SourceState Records of South Australia
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Linked toFamily: Wiser/Schoenhals (F11)

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