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Transcribed and submitted to TheShipsList by Robert Janmaat, Adelaide, from a variety of sources, cited below.
Return to German Emigrants to South Australia

ship Caesar Godeffroy, 603 tons, Captain T. Fruchenicht, from Hamburg 7th May 1860, Cape Town 14th August 1860, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 17th September 1860 ... arrived at Melbourne 9th October 1860.

The South Australian Advertiser, Tuesday 18 September 1860 p. 2
Monday, September l7:— Caesar Godeffroy, ship, 602 tons, T. Fruchtenicht, master, from Hamburg May 7, via Cape Town August 14. B.Amsberg, Town ; S. Mocatta, Port, agents.

Passengers:— (verbatim, from the South Australian Advertiser)
from Hamburg:— August Just, Hermann Keil, August Baude, Christian Scholtz, Henriette Lange, Wilhelm Doversch, Herm. Holtcheimer, Friedrich, Anna, Wilhelmine, Wilhelm, Wilhelmine, and Carl Graske, Gottfried, Elizabeth, Louise, and Wilhelmine Duppal, Gottfried, Anna, Dorothea, Friedrich, and Carl Wachner, Seig. Appelbaum, Friedrich Schober, Fredrich, Wilhelmine, and Louise Mattner,Wilhelm, Louise, Ernestine, Johanna, and Freidrich Unger, Elizabeth Weiman, Gottfried, Dorothea, and Auguste Horn, Christian, Elizabeth and Louise Marschner, Carl Brandes, August, Abel, Wilhelmine and August Habel, Joseph Pabst, Edward Conrad, Carl Teitzel, Wilhelm Heise, Sebast. Maxoon, and Francois Adolph.
from Cape Town for Adelaide and Melbourne:— William Flannigan, David Dinan, John Gordon and Mary Flannigan.
 
Passengers:— (verbatim, from the South Australian Register)
from Hamburg— : Messrs. Seebach and Adolf Sansosi in the cabin ; Messrs. August Just, Herman Keil, Aug. Baude, Christian Scholz, Henriette Lange, Willm. Dobereh, Herm. Holtzheimer, Frederick, Anna, Whilhelmine, Wilhelm, Whilelmine, and Carl Graski, Gotfd, Elisabeth, Louise and Wilhelmine Dappel, Gottfried, Anna, Dorothea, Friedrich, and Carl Wachner, Sieg. Appelbaum, Friedrich Schober, Friedrich, Wilhelmine, and Louise Mattner, Wilhelm, Louise, Ernestine, Johanne, and Fredk. Anger, Elisabeth Weimann, Gottfried, Dorothea, and Auguste Horn, Christian, Elisabeth, and Louise Marschner, Carl Brandes, Auguste and Wilhelmine Habel, Joseph Pabst, Edward Conrad, Carl Feitzel, and Wilhelm Heise, in the steerage.
from the Cape Town— : Mr. and Mrs. James Hay and child, in the cabin ; Messrs. David Dinan and John Gordon (for Adelaide), and William and Mary Flanaghan (for Melbourne), in the steerage.
 
Miscellaneous Shipping

THE CAESAR GODEFFROY. —
This ship, of and from Hamburg, arrived on Monday, the 17th instant, via Cape Town, into which port she put to disembark about 40 of her passengers. Her voyage has been over the average time, caused by light winds and a detention in Table Bay. She left Hamburg ou the 7th May, and the Cape of Good Hope on the 14th August, and brings a mail fiom the latter place, but no loose papers. As portion of her cargo, she has 80 rams, consigned to various gentlemen in this colony.

The Caesar Godeffroy sailed from Hamburg on the 7th May, having taken on board at that port a full complement of passengers and cargo for Cape Town, Adelaide, and Melbourne. She made a favourable passage to Cape Town, where the passengers and cargo for that place were landed, and several additional persons embarked for the Australian colonies. She is a fine vessel of 600 tons register, of modern proportions and mould, and is evidently a fast ship in favourable weather.

The Argus, Wednesday 10 October 1860
Tuesday 9th October 1860: —Caesar Godeffroy, Hamburg ship, 621 tons, T. Fruchtenicht, from Hamburg, via Cape Town and Adelaide, 3rd inst. Passengers cabin: Mr. and Mrs. Hay and child, Mr. R. Jones. F. Haller and Co., agents.

An index from the State Library South Australia (SLSA) shows that 48 German migrants should have been on the ship Caesar Godeffroy, I have been able to find 48 as listed below — Regards Robert.

note.— There are very few surviving original lists of German passengers, so the data below has been compiled from a variety of sources, such as contemporary newspaper(s), internet sources, input from descendants and the South Australian Heraldry Genealogy society, (SAGHS).
I know the list is incomplete and may contain errors, so any feedback with additions or corrections, will be most appreciated. Please contact me using the link above. Regards Robert, Adelaide
NAA http://naa12.naa.gov.au/scripts/ResearcherScreen.asp
GMI http://graememoad.com/Family/WC_IDX/SUR.HTM
BBI Brandenberg Index from Ancestry
AMPI Australian Medical Pioneers Index

note: where maiden name of wife is indicated, it has been included in the given name column within ( )

Names Age Occupation B-index BMD Residence Remarks
Last Given
  Cabin Passengers  
Von Seebach Maximillian George Richard 21 Student - M? Uslar Hannover  
               
Sansosi Adolph 22 Merchant -   Altona  
 
  Families  
Duppel Gottfried 40 Landmann 420/3 D Skyren Prussia BBI 60
  Marie Elisabeth (Kammann) 40          
  Johanne Louise 9          
  Marie Wilhelmine 4          
               
Graske Friedrich Wilhelm 58 Landmann 605/1 M Merz Zettitz Prussia BBI 60 | GMI
  Anna Elisabeth (Merke) 50          
  Caroline Wilhelmine 11          
               
Graske Johann Friedrich Wilhelm 25 Landmann 605/1 D Zettitz Prussia BBI 60 | GMI | NAA 3186324
  Ernestine Wilhelmine (Kocksch) 25          
  Carl Ferdinand Paul 1         NAA 3186604
               
Habel August 28 Carpenter 633/1   (H) Wischutz Prussia NAA 3176576 ?
  Wilhelmine 24          
               
Horn Johann Gottfried 32 Landmann - D Kranz Prussia  
  Dorothea Elisabeth 49          
  August 11          
               
Marschner Johann Christian 33 Butcher 1021/2 M/D Kranz Posen Prussia GMI | NAA 3170708
  Elisabeth Marie (Schopper) 35          
  Louise 11          
               
Mattner Johann Friedrich 51 Landmann 1041/3 M Grunow Prussia single parent | GMI
  Wilhelmine 20          
  Johanne Louise 11          
               
Unger Johann Wilhelm 36 Carpenter 1637/3 M/D Schmarse Prussia BBI 60 | GMI | NAA 3186325
  Johanne Louise (Weimann) 37          
  Ernestine Pauline 9          
  Johanne Louise 7          
  Johann Friedrich Wilhelm 5          
               
Wachner Johann Gottfried 31 Landmann - B/M/D Baudach Prussia BBI 60 | GMI as Wachter
  Anna Dorothea (Kammann) 29          
  Johanne Dorothee 7         GMI
  Johann Friedrich Wilhelm 4         NAA 3185802
  Johann Friedrich Karl inf         NAA 323228
 
Names Age Occupation B-index BMD Residence Remarks
Last Given
Single Men & Women
Appelbaum Siegmund / Sigismund 34 Landmann 34/2   Schmorte Zuellichau Prussia BBI 60
Baude August 22 Landmann 69/2   Schadewinkel Prussia  
Brandes Carl 18 Landmann     Lobmachtersen Prussia  
Conrad Eduard 17 Shoemaker     Duderstadt Hannover  
Dobersch Wilhelm 32 Smith 409/3   Royn Prussia  
Heise Christopher Wilhelm 19 Shoemaker 715/1   Duderstadt Hannover  
Holtzheimer Hermann 25 Farmer     Schneidemuhl Prussia  
Just August 20 Smith     Schadewinkel Prussia  
Keil Johann Hermann 25 Landmann   M Schadewinkel Prussia GMI ?
Lange Henriette 43       Goldberg Prussia  
Pabst Joseph 23 Weaver     Duderstadt Hannover  
Schober Johann Friedrich 24 Landmann 1443/1 M Baudach Prussia BBI 60
Scholz Christiane 25       Schadewinkel Prussia  
Tietzel Carl 17 Tanner     Duderstadt Hannover  
Weimann Anna Elisabeth (Mai) 56 widow     Schmarse Prussia BBI 60

Sources: State Library South Australia, official passenger lists, mainly of immigrants arriving in South Australia under United Kingdom assisted passage schemes, 1847-1886 GRG 35/48a (formerly ACC 313); Sydney Shipping Gazette; South Australian Register; The South Australian Government Gazette; Biographical index SA 1836-1885 (the B-index column indicates individuals who may be found in that index, with corresponding reference number for further research)

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