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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

barque Peter Godeffroy, 350 tons, Commander S. Johansen, from Hamburg 28th July 1861 via Cape of Good Hope 3rd November 1861, arrived at Port Adelaide 14th December 1861

The South Australian Advertiser, Monday 16 February 1861, p. 2

Saturday, December 14:— Peter Godeffroy, barque, 350 tons, S. Johansen, master, from Hamburg July 28, via Cape of Good Hope November 3. B. Amsberg and Co., Town : Mocatta, Port, agents.
Passengers:—
From Hamburg : Miss Caroline Rosenstein and Mr. Richard Beryman, in the cabin ; Elise Minna, Wilhelm, Sophie, and Christian Daeve, Ernst Bruschke, Friedrich Schumacher, Gustav Karonz, Juliane Beitz, Heinrich Romass, Benj. Petersen, Adolph Schmitz, F. Baumann, E. Tidemann, H. Kersmeyer, B. Schulte, H. Schasser, Herman Engel, Ernest, Joseph, Frederick and Maria Berteismeyer, E. and J. Hahnel, D., M, and C. Livonius. and Caroline, Johann, Elizabeth, and Gottfried Hannisch, in the steerage.
From the Cape:— D. Maschall, F. Wilkinson, John Valentine, C. Octar, Henry M. Johns, John Minagur, Abraham Dalton, John Conrad, R. Neils, R. Hayman, Geo. Trigg, H. Melton, and Peter Mourae, in the steerage.

 
THE PETER GODEFFROY.
The above vessel is from Hamburg, via the Cape. She left the former port on the 28th July, with a full complement of cargo and passengers, and on reaching Cape Town 150 of the latter disembarked at that colony. The vacated space was then filled up with cargo, and she has made a favorable voyage thence. She arrived here late on Friday night, and, in consequence of the wind falling light she came to anchor several miles distant from the jetty, but subsequently, weighed and stood in towards the Stations, when she received a pilot on board, and would have proceeded at once into the harbor but for the heavy weather of Saturday. She has on board a quantity of cargo for Melbourne, but that will most probably be forwarded by steamer.
 
IMPORTED STOCK.-The Peter Godeffroy has on board 15 pure Merino rams, selected with great one from the flocks in Curasse. There are also on board four Cape sheep, which are rather a novel importation.
 
Cargo of the Peter Godeffroy, from Hamburg:— 300 cases, 10 casks, 59 pkgs., A. Christen and Co. ; 2 pkgs., Lubcke ; 1 pkg., Volbrecht ; 8 pkgs., 25,800 fire-bricks, 15 rams, 75 pkgs., 6 hhds., B. Amsberg and Co. ; 2 cases, 2 bales, Wurm ; 80 cases, 10 casks, 2 bdls. iron. 54 pkgs., A. Tileman and Co ; 3 pkgs., 3 casks, 10 cases, E. Thorup ; 1 pkg., Gerke and Rodemann ; 3 pkgs., Edler Brothers ; 6 pkgs., 1 bale, 2 cases, Bartels ; 17 cases, 14 casks, G. Meyer ; 1 case, 1 pkg., J. Well ; 1 case, Schefer ; 4 cases, Uhlmann ; 8 cases, Sancoci ; 14 pkgs., 1 parcel, 1 case, 6 casks, 1 bale, W. Fischer ; 1 case, H. A, Beyer ; 8 case, Martin, Gaedechens, and Co. ; 4 bales, C, E. Tidemann ; 4 cases, J. D. Mohrman ; 3 cases, J. Wendt ; 2 cases, S. Roth ; 49 pkgs., Heuzenroeder ; 2 pkgs. F. Kohncke ; 3 pkgs., 1 bag, Niebour ; l bag., G. Lean ; 6 pkgs., 2 casks,. H. C. Hanckel ; 1 case, Schierenback, 2 pkgs., U. Fock ; 1 pkg., H. C. Fischer; 387 cases, l chest, 103 casks, G. von der Heyde and Co. ; 4 bales, 4 cases, Basedow ; 2 cases, C. H. Hanckel. From the Cape: 100 boxes dry fruit, M. Salom ; 25 qr.-casks wine, B. Amsberg and Co, ; 776 boxes raisins, Order.

An index from the State Library South Australia (SLSA) shows that 39 German migrants should have been on the Peter Godeffroy for Port Adelaide, I have been able to find 39 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
Rosenstein Caroline 40       Hamburg  
               
Bergmann Richard 26 Merchant -   St. Andreasberg, Hannover  
 
Families
Bertelsmeier Marie 51   - M/D Holsen, Prussia  
  Friedrich 30 Landmann        
  Joseph 27 Landmann        
               
Dawe Christiane 53 - - - Warnkenhagen Mecklenburg  
  Sophie 20          
  Wilhelm 14          
  Minna 9          
  Elise 8          
               
Hanisch / Hahnisch Johann Gottfried 37 Wheelwright - B/M Droschkau, Prussia NAA 3177539
  Elisabeth (Conrad ?) 34          
  Johann Ernst 8         NAA 3180346
  Caroline 7          
  Johanne Eleonore 5          
               
Livonius Carl 43 Agent - - Hamburg  
  Maria 42          
  Donat 6          
               
Seeliger Gottlieb 28 Landmann - - Rackau, Prussia  
  Wilhelmine 20          
  Pauline inf          
 
Names Age Occupation B-index BMD Residence Remarks
Last Given
Single Men & Women
Baumann Friedrich 28 Saddler     Danzig, Prussia  
Beitz Juliane 25       Fabberstadt, Prussia  
Biebow Catherine 32       Manderow, Mecklenburg  
Bruschke Ernst 28 Journeyman Miller 194/3   Raudten, Prussia  
Engel Hermann 27 Baker -   Zelerfeld, Hannover NAA 3180089
Hahnel Emanuel 14 Saddler 639/2   Landeshut, Prussia GMI | NAA 3178032
Hahnel Julius 16       GMI | NAA 29472
Karow Gustav 26 Merchant -   Schneidemuhl, Prussia  
Kersmeyer / Korsmeyer Heinrich 35 Landmann -   Holsen, Prussia  
Petersen Benjamin 23 Watchmaker -   Bergen, Norway  
Romuss Heinrich 30 Tailor -   Nieder Glauchau, Prussia  
Schafer Heinrich 30 Smith -   Verne, Prussia  
Schley Julius 32 Farmer -   Schneidemuhl, Prussia  
Schmitz Adolph 28 Landmann 1441/3   Veren, Prussia  
Schumacher Friedrich 25 Servant -   Warnenhagen, Prussia  
Schulte Bernhard 25 Landmann -   Verne, Prussia  
Seeliger Ernst 26 Brewer -   Rackau, Prussia  
Tidemann Dietrich Ernst Cornelius 18 Agent 1605/3   Bremen NAA 4226 | to VIC to NSW

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

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