that young adult and teenage children's names appear twice on this section
of the list. They appear once on the main
passenger list with their parents (with a note made alongside their entry)
and then again in the relevant single
men/women sections. There are two Sinclair baby boys shown born the same
day and with identical names. This needs confirming - but other references
suggest that there were only two babies born at all, and therefore one of
these Sinclair entries will be incorrect.
various Norwegian passengers spread throughout the ship are probably
the same family, with assorted misspellings. The correct surname might be
Thorstensen or Torstensen. This is also supported by the nominated family
of 'Thoston/Thosten' Larsen having similar names. The Scandinavian method
of gaining surnames means that 'Thoston/Thosten' Larsen's children would
have the surname 'Thostensen' or similar variations in Norway, but
probably became Larsen in New Zealand.