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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 Wandrahm, 564 tons, Commander J. Meyer, from Hamburg 5th November 1861 via Cape of Good Hope 14th February 1862, arrived at Port Adelaide 13th March 1862

The South Australian Advertiser, Friday 14 March 1862, p. 2

ARRIVED.
Thursday, March 13.— Wandrahm, ship, 564 tons, J. Meyer master, from Hamburg November 9, via Cape Town Feb. 14. Amsberg and Co., Town ; S. Mocatta, Port, agents.
Passengers—
From Hamburg: Mr. Amsberg, in the cabin ; Messrs. Heinr. Buhre, Andr., Johne, and Emilie Rathke, Joh. Diemek, Gottlef, Juliane, Emilie, Marie, Carl and Martha Braunack, Carl Schmidt, Diedr. Bischoff, Hans, Marie, and Martin Krause, Ernst Suse, Caroline Luders, Minna Eisfelder, August Peia, Andreas, Friderick, and Fred, Thummel, Gustav Dost, Julius Weith, Philip, Sophie, Johan and Carl Krone, Ernst Esman, Peter Schumacker, and James, Marie and Julia Milne in the steerage.
From the Cape: J. and Mary Knight, John Bruce, Hugh Banneman, and Elise, Louise, Minna, Wm. and Aug. Hillmann, in the steerage.

 
IMPORTS
Cargo of the Wandrahm from Hamburg - 110 an ers. 45 cases, 9 casks, 15 hnds. 2 bales, Gerke and Rodeman; 1 case B. A. Noltenius; I do. books. G. Eimee; 1 parcel. Bruchmann; 3 cases furniture, Holtzgress; 3 cases, Basedow; 2 do. pianos, Wollmann; 1 case, Greffrath; 3 do. pianos, 6 cases, Martin, Gaedgchens, and Co ; 1 case. Armbuster and Uhlmann; 1 do., Eggers; 1 do. J.M Wendt; 82 do., 6 bdls, l parcel, G. von der Heyde and Co.; 104 cases. Order; 20 do. rum, 6 bdls., staves, 7 cases, 6 casks, 50 kegs. 16 cases, A. F. Christen; 18 cases, A. Tilemann; 1do, 2pkgs., Schierenburk; 33 cases, 52 casks, Bartels; 1 case rifles, Warnken; l case, Kritschmer; 1 case, A. Jahn; 1 do., C. Wittig; 1 do., Esdbach; 1 cask, 96 cases, 2 pkgs, 2 boxes books. 5 rams, B. Amsberg and Co.; 2 cases, H. Steine; 2 do. Ising; 40 do. Elder Brothers; 1 do., Lus- chen; 1 do., Weidenhosser; 1 do Mumme and Brandenburg; 42 do., 1 cask, S. Roth; 20 bdls. hoop iron, 10 bales, 10 casks, 1 parcel, 1 case firearms, Weiner and Fischer; 35 cases, 27 kegs, Huszenroeder; 1 case, Tilemann.
 
MISCELLANEOUS SHIPPING.
The WANDRAHM, from Hamburg, arrived at an early hour on Thursday morning. She is a very fine vessel of the Goddefroy line, and landed a large number of passengers at the Cape. From thence she made a very quick passage, being but 20 days to the anchorage. She is commanded by Captain Meyer, who has earned the reputation of being one of the regular traders, having several times made favorable passages in the same employ. He has brought Cape papers to February 12, and if he had arrived two days before, would have furnished later English intelligence.

An index from the State Library South Australia (SLSA) shows that 32 German migrants should have been on the Wandrahm for Port Adelaide, I have been able to find 36 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
Amsberg Bernhard 35 Merchant 24/1   Adelaide  
Wehl Louise 24       Hamburg  
               
Families
Braunack Gotthilf Adolph 42 Landmann 167/1 M Rackwitx Prussia GMI
  Johanne Juliane (Horliotz) 30          
  Anna Emilie 8          
  Louise Marie 7          
  Karl Ernst Adolph 4          
  Pauline Martha inf          
               
Krause Johann Gottlieb (aka Hans) 39 Landmann 936/2   Heinersbrück, Cottbus, Prussia BBI 1861 | GMI
  Marie Auguste (Kies) 37       Heinrichsbrueck  
  Martin 6          
               
Krone Phillip 26 Shoemaker 939/1   Fahr Hannover  
  Sophie 28          
  Johann 3          
  Carl inf          
               
Milne James n/a          
  Maria n/a          
  Julia n/a          
               
Rathke Andreas 49 Shoemaker -   Neutomaysl Prussia  
  Johanne 48          
  Emilie 23          
               
Thuemel / Thummel Andreas 30 Weaver - M Zinnern Prussia  
  Fredericke 24          
  Dorothea Friedericke Sophia inf          
 
Names Age Occupation B-index BMD Residence Remarks
Last Given
Single Men & Women
Bischoff Diedrich 17 Painter - M Bremen  
Buhre Heinrich 27 Merchant -   Bremen  
Dost Johann Heinrich Gustav 26 Minister / Preacher 422/1   Zinnern Prussia GMI
Dymek Johann 33 Landmann -   Terzyce Prussia  
Eisfelder Minna 19 - -   Clausthal Hannover GMI
Essmann Ernst 29 - -   Hagenburg Schaumburg Lippe  
Lueders Caroline 18   -   Elderfeld Prussia  
Peix August 25 Painter -   Lauterberg Hannove  
Schmidt Carl 29 Merchant -   Horn Lippe Detmold  
Schmucker Peter 63   - D Wust Prussia also arrived Leontine 1850 ??
Suse Ernst 18 Merchant -   Hamburg  
Weith Julius 43 Farmer -   Saulin Prussia  
               
Passengers from Cape Town
Hillmann Elise            
  Louisa            
  Minna            
  William            
  August            
               
Knight J n/a   926/3      
  Mary n/a   927/2      
               
Bruce John n/a   192/3      
               
Banneman / Bannerman Hugh n/a 70/2        

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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