SKJOLD
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The Skjold: Danish vessel of 400 tons om (460 nm)
built at Sundeborg in 1839
owned by C. Petersen of Sundeborg 

departed 3 Jul 1841 from Altona 
arrived Port Adelaide, SA 27 Oct 1841 
under the command of Hans Christian Claussen 
departed 22 Nov 1841 for Batavia 

The tragic story of the voyage is told by HFW Proeve in A Dwelling place at Bethany [2]
The Skjold made a voyage to Hamburg to Nelson, New Zealand in 1844 (dep. 21 Apr 1844 - arr. 1 Sep 1844) also under Captain Claussen

Contents * Brief Description * Passenger List * Newspaper Reports * References * Links * Ship Index

Passenger List

No official passenger list exists.  The following list of Passengers on the 'Skjold' is largely based on lists that appear in The Mattners in Australia [1] and A Dwelling Place in Bethany [2], both lists are the work of HFW Proeve.  Additional information comes from web sites listed below

The Skjold immigrants established the village of Bethany in the Barossa Valley.

Captain
CLAUSSEN Hans Christian

Ship's Surgeon
SIMONS Dr, ships surgeon

Cabin Passengers
FRITZSCHE[1,9]  Pastor Gotthard Daniel (44) from Turowo, Posen
HILLMAUR[1]  Mrs from Hamburg
NEHRLICH[1]  Hannchen, widow
  ......Johanne Dorothea (33)

Steerage Passengers
BARTSCH[9]

Johann (37) from Polnisch-Hammer
 
Johanne nee SCHNEIDER (33)
 
.....Susanne (11)
 
.....Gottlieb (9)
 
.....Karl Wilhelm (5)
 
.....Dorothea (2)
BLÄSING[1,2,6,8]
Johann Gottlieb (32) from Kuniker Hauland, Posen
 
Anna Elizabeth nee MATZANKE (37, died on voyage 21 Sep 1841)
 
.....Johann Diengott (5, died on voyage 12 Aug 1841)
 
.....Johanne Juliane (4)
 
.....Johanne Luise (1, died on voyage 24 Jul 1841)
BORMANN[1,9]
Johann Gottfried, shoemaker (45) from Meseritz, Posen
 
Christine Wilhelmine nee MINKE (33)


.....Eduard Karl (13)


.....Wilhelm Ernst (10)
 
.....Hermine Maria (3)
 
.....Friederike Emily (1)
 
.....Johanne Lydia
EGEL[1]
Johann Gottlieb, sailor (27) from Kay
 
Johanne Elisabeth nee EDLICH (28)
 
Johanne Helena (1).
FELSCH[1,9]
Johann Gottlieb, shoemaker (56) from Meseritz, Posen
 
Wilhelmine Konstantine, nee SPERLING (48)
 
.....Edward (18)
 
.....Henriette (15)
FROST[1,2]
Gottlieb Dienegott, master ropemaker (36) born Wollstein, Posen
 
Johanna Eleanore, nee HAHN (35)
 
.....Johanna Louise KLUGE (4) foster daughter
GAY[1,2,9]
Johann Ernst day labourer (24) born Klastawe, Posen
 
Eleonore nee PIRSCHEL (30, died on voyage 9 Jul 1841)
 
.....Johann Gottlieb (1, died in Hamburg 27 Jun 1841)
GEBLER[1]
Henriette, maiden
GRIEGER [2]

child (6, died on voyage 31 July 1841).
GROCKE[1,8,9]
Johann Louis Eduard, shoemaker (31) from Züllichau, Brandenberg
 
Anna Elisabeth nee MATZANKE (37, died on voyage 21 Sep 1841)
 
.....Elisabeth Wilhelmine (3)
 
.....Marie Louise (died on voyage 11 Jun 1841)
 
.....Johann Gotthard Ernst (b 25 Aug 1841, died on voyage 29 Sep 1841)
GROSSER[1,2,9]
Karl Albert Hermann master joiner (41) from Buchwäldchen, Silesia
 
Anna Rosina nee WOGISCH (38)
 
.....Amelia Rosa Eva (15)
 
.....Hermann Eduard Louis (9)
 
.....Hermann Eduard Ludwig (8)
 
.....Johann August Traugott (5)
 
.....Maria Magdelena (3)
 
.....Maria Salome (b 26 Jun 1841)
GROSSMANN[1,2,6,9]
Ferdinand Gotthilf Ewald, journeyman mason (31) from Züllichau, Brandenberg
 
Johanna Louise nee SCHMIDT (30)
 
.....Wilhelmine (4)
 
.....Johann Karl (3)
 
.....Julius (9 months).
HAMPEL[1,2,6,9]
Friedrich Wilhelm, clothmaker (47, died on voyage 18 Aug 1841) from Tirschtiegel, Posen
 
Dorothea Louise nee HOFFMANN (35)
 
.....Friedrich Gustav (11)
 
.....Gotthilf Heinrich (9)
 
.....Rudolph Herman (7)
 
.....Albertine Maria (5)


.....Johanne Emilie (2, died on voyage 2 Jul 1841)
HAUFFE[1,9]
Johann Gottfried from Birnbaum, Posen
 [6]
Johanne Juliane nee MULLER (23, sister of the MULLER brothers below)
HEINRICH[1,9]
Theodor from Glogau, Silesia
 
Christiane (38)
 
.....Theodor
HEINZE [9]

Christian (36) from Prittisch, Posen
 
.....child (11).
HEINZE/HEINTZE[1,2,9]
Friedrich Wilhelm shoemaker (46) from Prittisch, Posen
[6]
.....Carl Friedrich Wilhelm (13)


Wilelmine Karoline nee WÄGNER (32, second wife)
 
.....Heinrich Hugo (7, died on voyage 1 Sep 1841)
 
.....Theodore (4, died on voyage)
 
.....Johann (1, died on voyage)
HELBIG[1,2]
Maria Elisabeth maid to J G Höppner (21) from Prittag, Silesia
HENSEL[9]

Carl August (25) from Meseritz
 
Ernestine, nee GORN (died on voyage 4 Sep 1841)
HENSCHKE [1,3,9]
Johann Christian journeyman mason (36) from Kutschlau, Brandenberg
 
Appolonia nee SPARMANN (38, died on voyage 8 Aug 1841)
 
.....Johann Gottlieb (10)
 
.....Johann August (8)
[2]

.....Johann Friedrich Wilhelm (6, died on voyage 30 Sep 1841))
[2]
.....Johanne Luise (9 months, died Hamburg, before voyage 29 Jun 1841)
HENSCHKE [1,2,3,9]
Johann Martin (28) from Kutschlau, Brandenberg
 
Anna Christiane nee KRÜGER (25)
[6]
.....Anna Dorothea Augusta (4)
 
.....Johanne Luise (2)
HENTSCHKE[1,9]
Johann Christian (16) from Prittag stepson of G Nitschke, Silesia
HENTSCHKE[1,9]
Johann Gottlieb (13) from Prittag stepson of G Nitschke, Silesia
HESSE 
Mrs Hesse (buried at sea September 18)


.....Miss Hesse (died August 1)
HÖPPNER/HEPPNER[1,2,9]
Daniel journeyman mason (33) from Sawade, Silesia
 
Luise Dorothea nee HOHNBERG (28)
 
.....Johann Friedrich August (5)
 
.....Johann Friedrich (3)
 
.....Karl Gottlob (1, died on voyage 22 Sep 1841)
HÖPPNER/HEPPNER[1,2,9]
Johann Georg (59) from Prittag, Silesia
 
Rosina nee FRÖLICH (47)
 
.....Christian (24)
 
.....Anna Rosina (13).
HOFFMANN[1,9]
Johann Samuel Gottlob carpenter (47) from Altbeckern, Silesia widower,
 
.....Johanne Christine Henriette (14)
 
.....Karl Rudolph (10)
HOFFMANN[9]
Beate (66) from Prittisch, a widow.
HOFFMANN
Wilhelm (44) from Prittisch


wife


.....child


.....child


.....child


.....child
HÖHNBERG[1,2,9]
Johann Georg (53) from Sawade, Silesia 
 
Anna Rosina nee IRMLER (50)
 
.....Anna Elisabeth (22)
 
.....Anna Rosina (21)
 
.....Johanna Dorothea (11)
 
.....Johann Gottlob (7)
 
.....Johann August (2)
KLAR[1,9]
Gottried Emanual, master miller (29) from Deutsch-Kessel, Silesia
 
Johanne Luise nee PREUSS (27)
 
.....Johanna Pauline (2, died on voyage 12 Oct 1841)
[2,7]
.....Gottfried Traugott (1, died in Hamburg prior to voyage 25 Jun 1841)
KLEINITZ[1]
Johann, shoemaker (38) from Birnbaurn, Posen
 
Caroline Eleonore nee SEIDEL (36)
 
.....Wilhelmine Auguste (12)
 
.....Juliane Bertha (6)
KLEMKE[1,2]
Johann Gottlieb, gardener (33) Deutsch-Nettkow, Brandenburg
 
Anna Rosina nee RIEMER (24)
 
.....Johann Gottlieb (4)
 
.....Johanna Caroline (3)
 
.....Wilhelmine (1)
 
.....Johanne Pauline (2 months)
KLICHE[1,2,6,9]
Johann Gottfried cottager (41) from Sawade, Silesia
 
Anna Elisabeth, nee PIETSCHKE (30)
[6]
.....Johanne Dorothea (7)
 
.....Johanne Auguste (3)
 
.....Johanne Ernestine (2, died on voyage 6 Jul 1841)
KOWALD[1,6,9]
Anna Rosina (58) widow from Sawade, Silesia


.....Friedrich (25)
 
.....Johann Christoph (20)
 
.....Anna Dorothea (18)
 
.....Luise (12)
 
.....son.
KRAUSE[1,6,9]
Gottfried, cottager (33) from Sawade, Silesia
 
Anna Elizabeth nee BARRIEN (25)
 
.....Johanne Ernestine (3)
 
.....Johann August (1)
KRÜGER[1,9]
Wilhelm, baker (47) from Rackau, Brandenberg
 
Anna Rosina nee WABERSITZKY (38)
 
.....Ernst Friedrich (13)
 
.....Christine Caroline Louisa (13)
 
.....Ernstine Luise (11)
 
.....Florentine Emilie (6)
 
.....Auguste Wilhelmine (6, died on voyage 31 Jul 1841).
KUCHEL[9]
Johann Friedrich (36) from Lochow
 
Johanne Dorothea, nee KUCHEL (30)
 
.....Johanne Luise (15 months)
 
.....Johanne Dorothea (3 months).
LEHMANN[1,2,9]
Gottfried, miller (42) from Sawade, Silesia
 
Anna Elisabeth nee IRMLER (36)
 
.....Christiane Pauline (12)
 
.....Johanne Elisabeth (10)
 
.....Christianne Ernestine (8)
 
.....Johanne Auguste (6)
 
.....Heinrich Carl (4) 
 
.....Friedrich Reinhold (4)
 
.....Johann Gottfied (2, died on voyage 17 Aug 1841)
 
.....Johann August (3 months, died on voyage 15 Aug 1841)
LEOPOLD[1,2,9]
Johann Carl Friedrich, slaughterman(37)
 
Johanne Louise Caroline nee PRELLER (31)
 
.....Johann Carl Friedrich (8)
 
.....Johann Carl August (8)
 
.....Wilhelm Julius (5)
 
.....Johann Friedrich August (3, died on voyage 3 Sep 1841)
 
.....Johanne Friedricke Christiane (1).
LUX[1]
Johanne Christiane, housekeeper for S G HOFFMANN (26) from Bienowitz
MATTNER [1,2,9]
Christian (40) from Züllichau, Brandenberg
 
Christine Elizabeth, nee MATZANKE (41)
 
.....Johann Friedrich Wilhelm (15)
 
.....Johann August (12)
 
.....Johanna Karoline (10)
 
.....Johanne Luise (8, died on voyage 8 Sep 1841)
 
.....Ernestine Pauline (5, died on voyage 30 Sep 1841)
MEIER[1]
Carl Gotthilf from Birnbaum, Posen
 
Wilhelmine Henriette, nee WARNAS (31)
 
.....Carl (3, died on voyage 24 Jul 1841)
 
.....Ernst August (b 30 Oct 1841, Hindmarsh, SA)
MENZEL[1,9]
Johann Gottlieb Daniel (34)
 
Anna Rosina nee SCHULZE (34)
 
.....Ann Rosina
MÜLLER[1,9]
Johann August, blacksmith (20) from Bimbaum, Posen brother of below
MÜLLER[1,9]
Johann Ferdinand (29) from Bimbaum, Posen
MÜLLER[1]
Johann Friedrich, blacksmith (22) from Birnbaum, Posen brother of above
MÜLLER[1]
Johanne Juliane (15) foster daughter of J P WALLAS from Alt Tomyal, Posen
NICOLAI[1,2,9]
Johann Christoph gardener (54} from Prittag, Silesia
 
Maria Elizabeth nee FRÖLICH (51)
 
.....Gotfried (27)
 
.....Johann Christoph (24)
 
.....Eva Maria (21).
NITSCHKE[1,2,9]
Georg Friedrich shoemaker (37) from Janny, Silesia
 
Anna Elisabeth nee FELLENBERG (35)
 
.....Gottlieb (?)
 
.....Johanna Rosina (10)
 
.....Anna Rosina (7)
 
.....Jobanna Helene (5, died on voyage 22 Aug 1841)
 
.....Johanna Ernestine (18 months, died on voyage 7 Aug 1841)
 
.....Johanne Luise (18 months, died on voyage 27 Aug 1841)
NITSCHKE[1,2]
Helene (22) sister of Georg Friedrich from Janny, Silesia
NITSCHKE[1,2,9]
Johann Gottfried (38) from Prittag, Silesia
 
Eva Elizabeth nee ARLT (40)
 
.....Johann Gottlieb (13)
 
.....Eva Elisabeth (7)
 
.....Jobanna Helene (6)
 
.....Karl Friedrich (5)
 
.....Friedrich Wilhelm (3, died on voyage 17 Oct 1841)
 
.....Gottfried (1)
PAECH[1,9]
Johann Gottfried coachman (25, died on voyage, 9 Sep 1841) from Kay, Brandenberg
PFEIFFER
Johann Georg (25) a shepherd from Kay.
PREUSS[1,9]
Gottlob (61) from Deutsch-Kessel
 
Johanne Eleanore nee SCHULZ
 
.....Johann Wilhelm (16)
PREUSS[1,9]
Johanne Louise nee BITTROF (58, died on voyage 21 Oct 1841) widow from Klippendorf, Brandenberg
REICH[1]
Louise (50, died on voyage 26 Oct 1841) from Karge
 
.....son
RÖHR[1,2,9]
Karl Wilhelm, shoemaker (32) from Tirschtiegel, Posen
 
Rosina Dorothea nee MÜLLER (32, died on voyage 6 Sep 1841)
 
.....Beate Caroline (7, died on voyage 6 Sep 1841)
 
.....Henriette Dorothea (5)
 
.....Carl Wilhelm (3, died on voyage 15 Sep 1841)
 
.....Heinrich (2, died on voyage 21 Jul 1841)
 
.....Ernstine Wilhelmine (4 months, died on voyage 4 Sep 1841)
SCHENSCHER[1,9]
Samuel, mason
 
Dorothea Elisabeth nee PIRSCHEL (48, died on voyage 6 Oct 1841)
 
.....Anna Dorathea
SCHULTZ[2,9]

Johann Gottlieb (30) shoemaker from Bentschen, Silesia


Pauline Hedwig nee KITA (28)


.....Juliane (4)


.....Carl Ferdinand (2)


.....Johanne Pauline (2 months)
SCHULZ[1,2,9]
Johann Samuel Gottlieb, journeyman mason (42) from Züllichau, Brandenberg
 
Johanne Luise nee FECHNER (47)


.....Carl August Heinrich Dienegott (8)


.....child
SCHULZ[1,2,9]
George August (30) from Züllichau, Brandenberg
 
Hanne Eleonore nee KLEBER (32).
SCHUMACHER
no details given.
SCHWARZ [9]

Johann Georg (41) from Siegersdorf
 
Dorothea Elisabeth nee HOFFMANN (34) 
 
.....Gottlieb August Julius (9)
 
.....Carl Johannes Gotthelf (7),
 
.....Maria (4)
 
.....Andreas (2, died on voyage 8 Aug 1841)).
SEELÂNDER[1,2,9]
Johann Gottlieb carpenter (31) from Blumberg, Brandenberg
 
Johanna Karoline Sophie nee HAMPEL (27)
 
.....Friedrich August (2)
SEIDEL[1,2,9]
Johann Christian, gardener (51) from Prittag, Silesia
 
Eva Rosina nee KÄRGEL
 
.....Gottlieb (18)
 
.....Johanne Helene (16)
[6]
.....Johann Christian (13)
STAUDE[1,9]
Johann Carl Gottlieb (36, died on voyage 12 Jul 1841) from Klippendorf, Brandenberg widower 
 
.....Johannes Heinrich Wilhelm (9)
 
.....Johann Gottlieb (6)
 
.....Johann August (3)
 
Johanne Luise PREUSS nee BITTROF (58) mother-in-law
STEICKE[1,9]
Johann Gottfried, water miller (66) from Kay, Bradenberg, widower 
 
.....Johanne Dorothea (32),
 
.....Johanne Luise (28)


.....Wilhelm (23)
 
.....Auguste (22)
STEICKE
Johann Gottfried (40) from Kay, Bradenberg (son of Johann Gottfried)
[1,6,9]
Anna Rosina nee SCHRECK (36)
 
.....Johanne Luise (10)
 
.....Trangott (6)
 
.....Johann Gottlieb (3)
 
.....Gottfried (9 months)
STEICKE[1,6,9]
Johann Gottlieb, shoemaker (27) from Kay, Bradenberg (son of Johann Gottfried)
 
Anna Elisabeth nee KOWALD formerly FELLENBERG (26)
THIEDEMANN[1,2]
Ernst Daniel tobacco spinner (41) from Züllichau, Brandenberg
 
Charlotte Louise nee BEGAN (41)
 
.....Ernstine Louise Gottliebe (11)
 
.....Daniel (4)
 
.....Maria (1)
THOMAS [1,9]
Samuel (76) from Meseritz, Posen father of J G Thomas
THOMAS [1,2,9,10,11]
Johann Gottlieb, master clothmaker (52) from Meseritz, Posen
[1,10, 11]

Louise (64)
[1,11]

.....Heinrich Gottlob (22)
 
.....Johanne Emmilie (21)
[6]
.....Amalie Christiane (18)
 
.....Pauline Gottliebe (15)
 
.....Ernestine Caroline (13)
WALLAS[1,9]
Johann Peter, shoemaker (45, died on voyage 9 Sep 1841)
 
Modeste Liebegott (51)
WEINERT[1,6,9]
Johann Dienegott, woodturner from Brücken-Hauland, Posen
 
Rosina Dorothea (30, died on voyage 7 Oct 1841)
 
.....August (died on voyage)
WEINERT[1,9,12]
Johann August (27) from Brücken-Hauland, Posen
 
Johanne Luise, nee DOHNT
 
.....Johanne Pauline (4)
 
.....Johan Julius (b 29 May 1841)
WEINERT[1]
Johann Traugott, wood turner (40) from Brücken-Hauland, Posen
 
Anna Rosina nee EICHLER
 
.....Johanna Pauline (4)
 
.....Johanna Ernestine (2, died on voyage 28 Aug 1841) not est. which family
WENZEL[1]
Christian, cottager (43) from Harthe, Brandenberg
 
Anna Dorothea nee HAMPEL (38)
 
.....Friedrich Wilhelm (9, died on voyage 3 Sep 1841)
 
.....Johanne Luise (6)
 
.....Johanne Eleonore (5, died on voyage 26 Sep 1841).
WOLF[1,2]
Anna Dorothea (23) foster daughter of C SEIDEL
ZEIHN[9]

Karl Friedrich from Polwitz, Silesia
ZEIHN[1,7]
Ernst (25, died on voyage 21 Jul 1841) from Polwitz, Silesia brother of above
ZEIHN
Gottfried from Polwitz, Silesia brother of above
ZEINERT [1,2,9]
Maria nee DRUDTKE (66) widow from Kay, Brandenburg
 
.....Johann George, day labourer (30)

Contents * Brief Description * Passenger List * Newspaper Reports * References * Links * Ship Index

Newspaper Reports

South Australian Register
Adelaide - Saturday, 30th October,1841

"The Skiold

This vessel arrived in the bay on Wednesday morning last, with 213 German emigrants.  She left Altona on the 3rd of July, but brings no English news.  There were forty one deaths on board during the passage, principally among the children.  The disease was dysentery.  The emigrants all going to Klemzig, under the charge of Rev. Mr Kavel, until they can obtain employment."

Saturday, 5th November 1841.

"The Danish Ship 'Skjold' (Claussen) - 400 tons register from Altona, with 213 German emigrants.
Cabin passengers: Dr. Simons, Pastor Fritzsche, Mrs. Hilmaur, Mrs. & Miss Nehrlich.   Cargo - 16 cases of cherry cordial, 8 ditto bitters, 6 ditto brandy and wine, 80 barrels beef, 20 ditto pork, 14 ditto flour, 36 bags peas and barley, 30 casks biscuits, 50 tongues, 6 casks containing stone bottles Geneva, 12 lb tobacco, 500 cigars.
John Newman (Agent)"

Contents * Brief Description * Passenger List * Newspaper Reports * References * Links * Ship Index

References

[1] Mattner, M.; Ross, D.; Coleman, L. The Mattners in Australia 1839-1980 Mattner Family Reunion Committee: Adelaide, 1981 (p 560-1).
[2] Proeve, H.F.W. A Dwelling Place at Bethany Lutheran Publishing House: Adelaide, 1983 (pp 11-20).
[3] Henschke Heritage Henschke Heritage Group Inc.: Adelaide, 1995.
[4] Sexton, R.T. Shipping Arrivals and Departures South Australia 1627-1950 Gould Books: Ridgehaven, SA, 1990 (p 76).
[5] Iwan, W. Because of Their Beliefs (translated and edited by Schubert, D.) H. Schubert: Highgate, SA, 1995.
[6] Jan Thomas (ed.) South Australians 1836-1885 South Australian Genealogy and Heraldry Society Inc: Adelaide, 1990 (Blesing p 64, Kliche p 250, Grossmann p 325, Hampel p 340, Hauffe p 370, Heinze p 360, Henschke p 324, Kliche pp 250,691, Kowald p 446, Krause p 446, Seidel p 754, Steike p 802, Thomas p 7, Weinert p 895).
[7] Brauer, A. Under The Southern Cross Lutheran Publishing House: Adelaide, 1956 (facsimile edition 1985), p. 64-66.
[8] Reference 1 lists two "Anna Elizabeth Matzanke" (wives of Blaesing and Grocke) with identical details.  Some further details of these families are provided on web sites listed blelow this would indicate the details for Grocke are correct.  Ref 2. only lists Blaesing.
[9] Statten J (editor) Biographical Index of South Australians 1836-1885 South Australian Genealogy and Heraldry Society: Adelaide, 1886.
[10] Some sources [9] suggest son Ernst August Thomas was on the Skjold.  However, he is known to have traveled to Australia earlier on the Bengalee in 1838 [11].  It is not known whether Johann Gottlieb's wife Louise made the voyage.  There is also suggested that Louise may have been a second wife of Samuel and stepmother of Johann Gottlieb [11].
[11] Mangelsdorf, Betty (compiler) The Ahrens Family Munno Para, SA, 2003, pp 40, 41.
[12] Butler, Reg The Quiet Waters By. The Mount Pleasant District 1843 - 1993 District Council of Mount Pleasant, Mount Pleasant, SA, 1993 (Weinert p 635).
[13] This family may be confused with Johann Gottfried Erdmann Kuchel and family who arrived on the Heerjeebhoy Rustomjee Patel in 1845.
[14] A Photo of a model ship in the said to be the Skjold previously appeared on this site.  Photos of the same model can be found in the literature (e.g. [2], p 13) and on other web sites (see below).  The photo has been removed from this site as it is not believed to be good or accurate representation of the Skjold.  See: skjoldfake.


Links

Skjold passengers (1841 voyage)
The Antipodean Grosser's
    The Klar letter
    Hamburg
    Barges
Fritzsche (Australian Dictionary of Biography)
Grosser Family History
Ewald Ferdinand Gotthilf Grossmann and family from Zuellichau in Prussia to South Australia
Samuel Gottlieb Hoffmann
Decendants of Karl Wilhelm Roehr
    Families of Karl Wilhelm Roehr and Dorothea Louise Hampel (nee Hoffmann)
    Skjold Passengerlist 1841
First Families 2001
    Blaesing
    Blaesing
    Egel
    Grosser
    Grosser
    Hohnberg
    Muller
    Schultz
    Zeihn

Passenger Lists
Bound for South Australia - Skiold / Skjold by Diane Cummings
    Births and deaths on voyage
    Diary
Skjold 1841 (Germany to Australia)
Family History South Australia (select passenger lists and search for "Skjold")
Passenger List - Skjold, Altona to Adelaide, 1841 (the ShipsList)

Other voyages
Hamburg - Nelson, New Zealand 1844
Hamburg - New York 1846

Contents * Brief Description * Passenger List * Newspaper Reports * References * Links * Ship Index