Passenger Lists: San Francisco 1800s 
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Passengers, Seaports, Captains

Bridge to the Castle.


Ships in San Francisco Bay 1850.

SS Carolina

Arrive San Francisco

December 8, 1850 
Captain Whiting 
20 days from Panama


The Cite De Lesseps 
where the Panama Canal first cuts into the Chagres River

Port San Francisco, December 9, 1850, Daily Alta California

Arrived; December 8 -- Pacific Mail Co's steamer Carolina, Whiting, 20 days from Panama via Acapulco 10 days, San Diego 55 hours; 44 passengers to G. Meredith. 45 pkgs merchandise, $26,000 in specie.


December 9, 1850, Daily Alta California, San Francisco

The Carolina left Panama at 12 p.m. on the 18th, arrived at Acapulco on the 26th, at 6 a.m. Steamer Antelope left same day for Panama at 1 p.m. Left Acapulco on othe 28th, at 2 p.m.; arrived San Diego on the 6th, at 9:30 a.m.; landed the mails and left 11 a.m.


Mr. H. P. Hepburn
R. W. Norris
G. Gibson
R. George
A. Correa
John Spencer, Jr.
G. S. Goodman
Wm. S. Armstrong
Wm. V. Taylor
Mr. Ezekiel and lady
Wm. Rencey, Jr. 
Julius H. Robert
Mr. Harris
Capt H. N. Page and servant
Capt Midget, mail agent
S. Parrot
G. Perwin
F. Galiado
John Carriff
Dennis Canniz
Wm. Thompson
Spencer Fuller
Jasper Fuller
N. Newman 
Fred'k White
J. D. Lockwood
John Ennis
James Simmons
Stephen H. Wiley
W. A. Gobeart and servant
W. A. Bennet
A. T. Bennet
Andrew Dolling
G. W. Boom
Wm. S. Williams
L. Benswanger
E. B. Comstock
Jonathan Kitteredge
Geo D. Govelkir
Wm. Armstrong
D. W. Alliot
H. E. Gobew

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