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Kindly transcribed and submitted to TheShipsList by Robert Janmaat, Adelaide, from a variety of sources, cited below.
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barque Pauline, 500 tons, Captain Lüder Stelljes, from Bremen, Germany 21st November 1847, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 31st March 1848, Frederick Cornelius surgeon-superintendent

South Australian Register Saturday 1st April 1848

Friday March 31-the barque Pauline 500 tons, from Bremen.
Passengers: Augustus Beyer, organist ; Mrs Beyer and five children ; Miss Maria Levins ; Dr. Frederick Cornelius, physician ; Robert Heweike, farmer ; Maurice Weidenbach, gardener ; Mrs Weidenbach and three children; Godfred Hofman, gardener ; Frederick Basedow, teacher ; August Arendt, hairdresser &c. ; Claus Offe, tinman ; Alexander Grovermann, farmer ; Mrs. Grovermann and seven children ; H. W. Wubbe, farmer ; Frederick Eckhold, potter ; Mrs. Eckhold and five children ; Edward Hagen, farmer ; G. Keller, carpenter ; George Polack, watchmaker ; Otto Leonhardi, farmer ; Charles Wenkerwende, farmer ; Henry Hanushke, cabinetmaker ; Frederick Beseler, shoemaker ; Mrs. Beseler and five children ; George Haverland, tailor ; Mrs Haverland and three children ; Joseph Finke, blacksmith ; Mrs. Finke and four children ; Charles Vicke, shoemaker ; Mrs. Vicke and two children ; August Meyer, clerk ; August Bosenberg, baker ; Charles Kracke, winecooper and Heine Burmester, coachman.

The list above is a copy from the South Australian Register. Below is the information found on some of the emigrants from the Pauline. The names below in brackets, is how they were found in the Indexes.—Robert

These notes where found on a copy of the passenger list from the State Library of South Australia.
The Beyer family, a very respectable family with capital intending to found a settlement and will be followed by several families ; accompanied by a young lady of respectability comment, this would be Miss Maria Levins.
The Wiedenbach family, from Dresden, gardener, intendant of the Royal gardens at Dresden and vintages.
The Grovermann family, from Holstein, farmer. A respectable family forced by reduced circumstances to take steerage passage, they will be an excellent acquisition to the Colony and are well connected.
The Eckold family, potter, Eckhold can also manufacture porcelain and glaze ; from a great branch of his native town of Frankenhausen.
barque Pauline (painting, description & voyage history - in German, courtesy of Hermann Behrent)

note: where maiden name of wife is indicated or alternate name spelling added, it has been included 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 Place of Origin Remarks
Last Given
Beseler Frederick (Frederick Charles) 39 Shoemaker 120/1 Prussia  
  Susette Caroline (Farcknes) 39        
  Eduard (Edward Georg John) 9        
  George n/a        
  John n/a        
  Maria n/a        
  Augusta inf        
Beyer Augustus 41 Organist 123/1 Hamburg in the cabin ; see note above
  Margaret 38        
  Louisa 15        
  August Heinrich 13        
  Teresa 10        
  Carl Heinrich 6        
  Franz Victor 3        
Eckhold Frederick 45 Potter 453/1 Prussia see note above
  Julia 34        
  Ferdinand (John Louis Ferdinand) 13        
  Wilhelm 11        
  Julius (John Louis) 8        
  Hermann 4        
  Ervina 2        
Finke Joseph 46 Blacksmith 500/1 Westphalia  
  Florentine (Hirsch) n/a        
  John 13        
  child n/a        
  child n/a        
  child n/a        
Grovermann Alexander (Alexander Friedrich Arnold) 40 Farmer 625/2 Holstein / Denmark  
  Dora Johanna 42        
  Charlotte 12        
  Sophia Elise Julie 11        
  Wilhelm 8        
  Louisa 6        
  Dorothea E.J. 4        
  Albert Georg Heinrich 2        
  George 1        
Haverland George 24 Tailor 697/1 Mecklenburg  
  Lisette 29        
  Karolina 13        
  Friedericke 10        
  Sophie Johanne Konradine 6        
Vick Charles (Carl Heinrich) 39 Shoemaker 1647/1 Mecklenburg Vicke
  Sophia Anne Catherine (?) 39        
  child n/a        
  child n/a        
Weidenbach Maurice (Fried. Moritz) 30 Gardener 1691/1 Friescha see note above
  Diosma Augusta (Staubke) 26        
  Maximillian 12        
  Benno 11       or 4 ?
  Anna 3        
Names Age Occupation B-index Place of Origin Remarks
Last Given
Single Men
Ahrend August (Carl Heinrich August Wilhelm) 21 Hairdresser 36/1 Hanover Surgeon ?
Basedow Frederick (Martin Peter Fried.) 21 Teacher 90/3 Hanover  
Bosenberg August (Carl August Wilhelm) 27 Baker 147/2 Hanover  
Burmeister Heine (Heinrich Wilhelm) 30 Coachman 207/2 Germany  
Cornelius Frederick 24 MD on board - returned ? in the cabin
Hager Edward (Eduard) 40 Farmer 637/3 Dresden  
Hannuscky Harry (Heinrich Ferdinand) 26 Cabinetmaker 666/1 Silesia, Prussia Hanuschke
Hewilke Robert 24 Farmer 730/2 East Prussia in the cabin
Hofmann Godfred (J.Gottfried) 26 assistant Gardener 757/2 Saxony  
Keller Godfred 40 Carpenter 883/3 Hamburg  
Krack / Kracke Charles (Carl) 23 Winecooper 935/2 Hanover  
Leonhardt Otto 25 Farmer - Mecklenberg  
Meyer Augustus 24 Clerk 1100/1 Rostock  
Offe Clause (Johann) 37 Tinman 1217/3 Holstein / Denmark  
Polack George 27 Watchmaker 1294/1 Hamburg  
Winkenwerder Charles 28 Farmer - Mecklenberg  
Wirbke H.W. 23 Farmer - Hamburg  
Single Women
Levins Miss Maria 21 Servant     in the cabin

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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