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Australia arriving at the Port of New York, 7 May 1890

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The manifest for the 7 May 1890 arrival shows the Australia sailed from Naples, Italy.

I tried to find each of these people in the SPA birth records. I'm still looking.

From the Ship's Manifest From the SPA Birth Records
Name Age Sex Occupation Est Birth Year Name Date of Birth Father Mother Notes
A. Donatelli 30  Female?   1860 not found      
D. Caseiato 60  Female?   1830 not found      
A. Gentile 32  Female   1858 Angela Maria Gentile 1857 Antonio Dionisia/Diomira della Croce 1969 SPA Status Animarum.
See son A. Frazzini below.
Most likely going to husband Pasquale Frazzino in Chicago, IL.
A. Frazzini 13 Male labourer 1877 Amico Antonio Frazzini 14 Apr 1876  Pasquale Basilio Angela Maria Gentile notation on birth record: married 7 Nov 1907, Chicago, IL.
1900 census - Chicago, immigrated 1890.
Died 17 Nov 1907
See mother A. Gentile, above

About the Australia 1870

From The Ships List :

The Anchor Line ship AUSTRALIA was built by Robert Duncan & Co, Port Glasgow (engines by Finnieston Steamship Works, Glasgow) in 1870. This was a 2,244 gross ton ship, length 324.6ft x beam 35.2ft, clipper stem, one funnel, three masts (rigged for sail), iron construction, single screw and a speed of 12 knots. There was passenger accommodation for 128-cabin and 600-steerage class. Launched on 20/1/1870, she commenced her maiden voyage from Glasgow to Moville and New York on 11/3/1870. In February 1876 she made a single voyage between Glasgow, Mediterranean ports, New York and London and on 13/5/1876 started London - New York sailings. In 1877 she was fitted with compound engines by D&W.Henderson and started the last of 33 London - New York voyages on 24/3/1881. In 1881 she made 5 London - Halifax - Boston sailings and between 1881-1884 made 8 voyages between Glasgow, Mediterranean, New York and Glasgow. Between 1882-1883 she made 2 sailings from Glasgow to Liverpool and Bombay and in 1883 made a single Glasgow - Liverpool - Calcutta voyage. >From 1884-1885 she was used for 11 round voyages between London, Halifax and Boston and from 1886-1891 made 14 Glasgow - Mediterranean - New York - Glasgow voyages. Her last voyage commenced 11/4/1891 when she left Palermo for Naples, New York(arr. 8/5/1891) and Glasgow. On 12/5/1892 she was sold to Furness Withy & Co, West Hartlepool, was laid up in 1893 and scrapped the following year.  [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.1,p.455] [Merchant Fleets by Duncan Haws, vol.9, Anchor Line]

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