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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 Leontine, 758 tons, Captain Wilhelm Ihno Ariaans, from Bremen 10th April 1848, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 1st August 1848

The South Australian Register Wednesday August 2 1848

Tuesday August 1, the Ship Leontine, 758 tons, William Ariaans, Master, from Bremen, 10th April.
Passengers.— Mr. and Mrs Hering and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Schleider and child, Mr. and Mrs. Sutter and four children, Miss Max. Sutter, Mr. and Mrs. Elegeke and five children, Mr. G. Haber, Mr. C. B. Noltenius, Mr. H. T. Isaachsen, Mr. E. Signitz, Mr. R. Laczoin, and Mr. E. Laun in the cabin . . . 262 emigrants in the steerage.
. . . .We have the pleasure to greet the arrival of another large batch of German emigrants by the Bremen ship Leontine, the owner of which Mr Laun, formerly commander of the Heerjeebhoy Rustomjee Patel, has brought a quantity of cargo on his own account, consigned, with the vessel, to H. C. Stakemann, Esq., the German Consul. The Leontine left Bremen on the 10th April, and touching at Rio for water and to refresh the emigrants, stopped there for a week, making the passage thence in 50 days. The total number of emigrants is 262, of whom 28 are cabin passengers, and several of them capitalists, who intend to purchase land. Only one adult and two or three newly-born children died on the passage, and we are assured that the emigrants, several of whom are from Prussia, are, as a body, the finest set of people yet landed here from that part of Europe.

The Bremen ship Leontine was built at Vegesack/Grohn by Johann Lange for the Bremen firm of D. H. Wätjen & Co., and was launched on 19 April 1844.
The Leontine appears to have sailed under the Norwegian flag until 1879. The Weser-Zeitung of 20 January 1879 prints the following report: Vestervig, 17 January. The bark LEONTINE, Gundersen, from and for Tönsberg, from London, in ballast, stranded on the local coast and became a total wreck. The crew was saved.

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

note: where maiden name of wife is indicated, it has been included in the given name column within ( ) ; the passenger list comprises three sections arranged alphabetically, i families, ii single men, iii single women & children ; transcriber notes in italics

Names Age Occupation B-index Residence Remarks
Last Given
Cabin Passengers
Ehmke Herman Heinrich Wilhelm 31 Timber Merchant 460/2 Hanover Ehmcke
  Auguste Maria Friedericke (Barckow) 33        
  Johann Wilhelm Theodore 6        
  Johnne Maria Henriette 5        
  Margaretha Friedericke Auguste 3        
  Emma Franziska Christina 2        
  Fritz Gustav Ludwig Anton inf       possibly died at sea ?
Hering Frederich August Adolph n/a - - -  
  Henrietta Albertina Amelia (Marschhuausen) n/a        
  child n/a        
  child n/a        
  child n/a        
Schleicher Friedrich Wilhem n/a - 1438/1    
  Caroline n/a        
  Leoniline inf       born at sea
Sutter Carl 45 - - -  
  Wilhelmine 39        
  child n/a        
  child n/a        
  child n/a        
  child n/a        
Aledger C.L. n/a - - -  
Bussner Wilhelm n/a - - -  
Haak J. n/a - - -  
Haber G. (Gustav) n/a - 633/2 -  
Isaachsen Franz Heinrich (Hans Thomas) 23 Wine Merchant 815/1 -  
Laezoin R. n/a - - -  
Laun Eugene n/a Owner of the Leontine - - former commander of the Heerjeebhoy Rustomjee Patel
Noltenius C.B. n/a - - -  
Segnitz Eduard n/a - - -  
Stakenmann H.C. (Herman Conrad) n/a German Consul 1531/2   returning to SA
Sutter Miss Maxine n/a - - -  
Tuppel H. n/a - - -  
 
Names Age Occupation B-index Residence Remarks
Last Given
Families
Gloede / Glode Johann Heinrich 38 Farmer 577/1 Mecklenburg  
  Magdaline Johanna Sophia (Brandt) 31        
  Maria Dorothea 11        
  Johann Joachim Friederich 8        
  Sophia Dorothea 7        
Haberecht Johann Carl Gottlob 33 Farmer 633/3 Silesia  
  Susanna Eleonore (Hermann) 34        
  Johann Carl Gottlob 8        
  Wilhelm Friederich 6        
  Johann Carl August 4        
  Johanne Caroline inf        
Hubner Johann Gottfried 46 Tailor / Farmer 788/2 Silesia Hübner
  Anna Rosina (Siegert) 40        
  Anna Christiane 12        
  Johann Friederich Wilhelm 7        
  Marie Louise 4        
  Caroline Anna 2        
Jaekel Carl Erdmann 32 Carpenter 823/2 Prussia  
  Johanne Eleonore (Bleicher) 40        
  Hermann Carl 10        
  Auguste Luise 5        
Launer Johann Karl Gottlieb Gustav 27 - - Langenbielau  
  Johanne Dorothea (Luhr) 30        
  Johanne Christiane Pauline 4        
  Johann Gottlieb 1        
Lehmann Johan Gottlieb 32 Farmer 965/1 Prussia  
  Caroline Sophie Amalie (Lemm) 22        
  Luise Paula Bertha 2        
Hinneberg Friederich Heinrich 10 ward     children of J.G. Lehmann's sister
Hinneberg Christian Heinrich 5 ward    
Hinneberg Rosina Wilhelmina 3 ward    
             
Lemm Christian Friedrich Wilhelm 57 - 966/2 Prussia  
  Sophie Amalie (Hoff) 50        
  August Heinrich Wilhelm 25        
  Karl August 20        
  Marie Sophie Amalie 17        
  Heinrich Gustav 15        
Moller Franz Heinrich 43 Labourer 1125/2 Hamburg  
  Henrietta Friedericke Emilie (Livonius) 31        
  Heinrich Wilhelm 11        
  Gustav Friedrich Chistian 9        
  Emilie Henriette Elisabeth 6        
  Donat Eduard Wilhelm 4        
  Franz Wilhelm 2        
  Henriette Dorothea inf        
Rehder Johan Friederich Wilhelm 40 - 1339/1 -  
  Johanne Marie Caroline (Disseldorf) 31        
  Maria 14        
  Wilhelm 12        
  August 9   1339/1 -  
  Caroline Louise Mathilde 8        
  Clare Elizabeth Fredericke 8        
  Julia 3        
  Bertha Margaretha 2        
Schache Carl Gottlob 54 Stonemason 1435/2 Silesia  
  Maria Rosina (Vogel) 55        
  Carl Gottlob 23        
  Heinrich Wilhelm 20        
  Ernst Gottfried 18        
  Johanne Elisabeth 16        
  Traugott Wilhelm 13        
Scache Johann Gottlieb 25 Carpenter 1434/3 Silesia  
  Maria Rosina (Ulbrecht) 17        
Treager Carl Gottlieb 48 Farmer 1616/3 Silesia  
  Maria Rosina (Ruprecht) 43        
  Johanne Helene 18        
  Carl Gottlieb 15        
  Rosina Helene 15        
  Ernst Gottlieb 12        
Treager Johann Gottlieb 40 Carpenter 1617/2 Silesia  
  Anna Dorothea (Hulbert) 35        
  Johan Carl Wilhelm 13        
  Johanne Caroline 9        
  Ernst August 6        
  Johanne Dorothea 4        
  Johanne Christiana Luise 1        
 
Names Age Occupation B-index Residence Remarks
Last Given
Single Men
Cramer Heinrich 32 Farmer 337/3 Pettens  
Groth Jacob Heinrich 31 Farmer 625/2 Hamburg  
Koenig Johann Christian 25 - 931/3 Prussia  
Koenig brother of J.C. n/a - - -  
Rathjen Heinrich Gerhard 25 Boot Maker 1332/1 Holstein  
Riebe Gottfried 34 - 1356/2 -  
Warnecke Johann Carl Friedrich 34 Locksmith 1674/3 Hamburg  
 
Single Women
Brandt Maria 37        
Paulke Anna n/a        

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 (formely 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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