Immigration list and papers, Helen Denny ship
26 Jun 1875
20 Sep 1875
(a) Register of immigrants who sailed on the Helen Denny, 26 June 1875.
(b) Memorandum and 2 letters regarding the death of George Fox and issues concerning his effects.
(c) Certificate regarding the number of emigrants embarked on the Helen Denny, 132 males, 97 females, 229 souls equal to 196 statutory adults.
(d) Letter dated 29 November 1876 regarding George Fox's luggage being returned to his brother.
(e) Certified list and summary of passengers aboard the Helen Denny, dated 26 June 1875. Includes first and surnames, age and gender, country of origin and occupation.
(f) List of stores supplied to ship Helen Denny, dated 21 June 1875. Includes the categories of: food, additional children's stores, infants' stores, medical comforts, mess utensils, and miscellaneous articles. Notes the number or amount of each article listed.
(g) List of extra children stores supplied by Temple Low & Co to the Helen Denny at Gravesend on 26 June 1875.
(h) Letter to Mr Fox, dated 23 September 1875, regarding James Tattershall, from his brother in Kaikora on 23 September 1875.
(i) Letter describing the ship conditions during inspection and its eligibility.
(j) Official certificate of the Helen Denny. Provides details on size of ship, the master, the sailing information, passage price per adult. Notes the surgeon, matron, schoolmaster and its arrival date. Includes numbers for: those assisted and those nominated; various nationalities; and immigrants landed. Also notes the passage money.
(k) Note to Mr Fox regarding copies of forms.
20 Sep 1875
Letters, memorandums and certificates - printed and ink on paper.