Passenger Lists: San Francisco 1800s Lysa
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Arrive San Francisco

January 2, 1852
Lysa (or Lysia) 
Captain Barbazan
From Valparaiso, Chile

Passage

Map of South America. 1900s.

Brazilian ship, 55 days from Valparaiso.

Cargo

38 demijohns sweet almonds; white sweet wine; sherry; 1076 bbls assorted wines; 2924 bags flour; 998 cases of raisins; 325 tons coal and assorted goods.

Passengers

Arrigo, Alijo
Abarca, Juan
Abarca, Leandro
Albaris, Tablo
Alfaso, Pedro
Angelesa, Pablo Calos
Araco, Nicolaus
Arrabina, Manuel
Arsi, Cornelio
Baca, Luciano
Baes, Rufino
Baron, Miguel
Baseta, Fidelio
Baseta, Ramon
Basques, Jose
Bastin, Joaquin
Bega, Antosio
Bega, Hario
Bega, Pedro
Beidleman, 
Benises, Camilio
Billamel, Jose Maria
Billegas, Fernando
Briones, Francisco
Briones, Juan
Brown, J.
Cabello, Toribio
Campo, Mercher
Valparaiso. 1800s.Casligo, Nicolas
Castigo, Santos
Castigo, Tomas
Caxuno, Santos
Certes, Silvesire
Cordero, Fernando
Cordero, Juan
Cortes, Auacelito
Cortez, Paublo
Dalgado, Santos
Delgado, Andres
Delgado, Pedro
Esdivesa, Miguel
Faro, Miguel
Fernandez, Isadoro
Ferrieras, Antonio
Games, Antonio
Gomes, Cesilio
Gonzales, Manuel
Guerta, Francisco
Guesada, Luis
Hasa, Cruz
Idalgo, Mariano
Inostropo, Juan
Johnson, 
Johnson, George
Lean, Juan
Mamonde, Alajandro
Marfath, Jeroni
Marie, pascual
Matarsuro, Celtino
Molena, Anselmo
Molina, J. Maria
Molino, Jose Maria
Mulina, Ignacia
Nareda, Agustin
Niort
Valparaiso. Ships in Harbor.Nito, Cornelio
Ozerais, Luis
Parra, Ambrosio
Pedro, 
Pena, Gregorio
Pena, M.
Ramero, Augustin
Randan, Juan
Rebesas, Gregoria
Rinesas, Juan
Rivesas, Juan
Rodrigues, Inacio
Roja, Cornelio
Rojas, Domingo
Rojas, Jesus
Romero, J. del Carmen
Salasar, Francisco
Sancho, Isidoro
Sartiga, Usfaquio
Sepulbera, Dolores
Sigollo, Santos
Smith, A.
Tabriga, Domongo
Tapia, Jose
Tapia, Jose M.
Tapia, Juan
Tapia, Pedro
Tista, Pedro
Tulga, Filis
Valencia, Palino

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