1862 to Nelson
Lyttelton Times, 11 January 1860, Page 4
The ship Golconda, Captain Montgomery, from London, was signalled on Saturday, and was towed into harbour the same evening, by the steamer Tasmanian Maid. The Golconda is one of; Messrs. Shaw, Saville, and Co.'s line of packets, and has had a fair passage of 110 days from the Downs. The vessel has brought a large cargo, and a considerable number of passengers amounting altogether to 103 statute adults. Amongst the passengers we are glad to welcome back some Nelson settlers, viz., Mr. J. W. Saxton, Mrs. W. R. Nicholson and family, and Mr. Stratford and family. Most of the assisted immigrants have relatives or friends here, arid there are a great many children amongst the new arrivals, who will no doubt soon grow up into useful colonists. Three deaths occurred during the passage, viz., that of Mr. G. Frost, aged 24, who died of-consumption, on the 24th November; Thomas Jones; aged 26, who died of dysentry, on the 6th October, and Charles Jones, aged one year, son of the latter, who died of hooping cough, on the 12th December.— Nelson Examiner, Dec. 28.
Nelson Examiner and New Zealand Chronicle, 17 December 1862, Page 2
Arrived. December 14, ship Golconda, Montgomery, from London.
Passengers: Cabin —
Mrs. and Miss Cross
Mrs. and Miss Lineker, (2)
and Master Goslin
Second cabin —
Mr. and Mrs. Austin
Mr. and Mrs. C. Austin and two children
Mr. and Mrs. Collie and child
Mr. and Mrs. Dent and three children
Messrs. J. and M. Healy
Mr. and Mrs. Moyes
Mr. and Mrs. Parmenter
Mrs. Wells and two children
Nelson Examiner and New Zealand Chronicle, 26 November 1862, Page 2
LIST of IMMIGRANTS who embarked on board the ship GOLCONDA, for Nelson, on the 24th August last.
Mary Ann Austin
A. D. Jones
Alfred Greenfield, Immigration Secretary. Immigration Office, Nelson, November 24, 1862.
Nelson Examiner and New Zealand Chronicle, 13 January 1863, Page 1
On the 23rd October, at sea, on board the Golconda, on her passage to Nelson, the wife of Mr. J.S. Cross, of a daughter.
Nelson Examiner and New Zealand Chronicle, 7 February 1863, Page 2
Cleared out - February 3, ship Golconda, 688, Montgomery, for Guam, in ballast.
Nelson Examiner and New Zealand Chronicle, 3 December 1859, Page 2
NAMES of ASSISTED IMMIGRANTS  embarked on board the Ship GOLCONDA, Captain Montgomery, for Nelson, New Zealand, on the 3rd September, 1859 :—
James Philip Cooke
Mary Ann Davenport
Jas. Warrington Fawkes
Martha Matilda Fawkes
Mary Ann Fawkes
Sarah Ann Freeman
Anna Fredericks Haase
Anna Caroline Haase
Frederick Wm. Haase
Henry Otto Haase
Eliza Maria Hopkins
James Johnson, jun.
Mary Ellen Johnson
Matilda Johnson, jun.
Thos. Henry Jones
Charles John Michel
Mary Ann Michel
Robert Harry Ruff
Sarah Ann Ruff
Walter William Scott
George Henry Thomas
Mary Ann Thomas
per Alfred Greenfield, Immigration Secretary. Immigration Office, Nelson.
Nelson Examiner and New Zealand Chronicle,
18 March 1857, Page 2 MARRIED.
On Tuesday, the 17th instant, at Christ Church, Nelson, by the Venerable Archdeacon Paul, Mr. Alfred Greenfield, to Emma Bessie, eldest daughter of Edmund Knyvett, Esq.
Nelson Examiner and New Zealand Chronicle, 21 March 1857, Page 3
Provincial Secretary's Office, Nelson, March 17, 1857. His Honor the Superintendent directs it to be notified that he has appointed Alfred Greenfield, Esquire, Secretary, pro. tern., for the Province of Nelson; the appointment to date from the 12th instant. By his Honor's command, Alfred Greenfield, Provincial Secretary, pro. tem.
Nelson Examiner and New Zealand Chronicle, 9 June 1864, Page 2
BIRTHS. On the 8th June, Mrs. Alfred Greenfield, of a son.