PAKEHA PAKEHA Add to My Archive Modify Page Content Ship Details Rig Steel Twin Screw Steamer, 854 nhp. Built 1910 Built In Belfast Tonnage 7,899g 5,055n Built By Harland & Wolff Ltd. Dimensions 477.5 x 63.1 x 31.3 Demise Shaw Savill & Albion Co.Ltd., reg. Southampton. 1950 May: Broken up at Briton Ferry. VoyagesView Full List 1947 ➜ 24 December 1947 PAKEHA Destination Port Adelaide 1926 ➜ 8 July 1926 PAKEHA Liverpool - Port Adelaide 1919 ➜ 20 November 1919 PAKEHA London - Port Adelaide Outer Harbor 1917 ➜ 19 October 1917 PAKEHA Devonport, UK - Port Adelaide 1915 ➜ 8 March 1915 PAKEHA Liverpool - Port Adelaide Media PAKEHA PAKEHA H.M.T.S. PAKEHA H.M.T.S. PAKEHA H.M.T.S. PAKEHA PAKEHA PAKEHA PAKEHA Upload Media Comment My Husband's Grandfather, Wi Gail Hodgson (not verified) on Wed, 2020-06-03 11:03 My Husband's Grandfather, Wi Nikora aka George Nicholls, was aboard this ship in 1916 on his way to england to fight in WW1 with the Maori Battalion. reply Our great uncle Ed. Crompton Robina Trenbath (not verified) on Sat, 2020-06-27 12:03 Our great uncle Ed. Crompton left Liverpool on 13 April, 1911 on S.S. Pakeha and arrived in Sydney 18 May, 1911. He is on page 10 of the Ship's manifest. But, of course his name was not Ed. Crompton - it was Edward Victor Crampton ex R.N. late of H.M.S. Encounter, Australian Station. reply My Great Grandparents, Tom Margaret Haines (not verified) on Tue, 2021-03-23 14:58 My Great Grandparents, Tom and Sophia Haines, left Southampton 7 November 1924 bound for New Zealand. reply My Great Grandfather (John Shayne Reid (not verified) on Fri, 2021-12-03 08:35 My Great Grandfather (John Joseph HEPBURN) came home from WW1 on the 'Pakeha' in 1919. reply Your Stories Your name * E-mail * Post your story * Submit Leave this field blank Share this Page Share this ship with your friends and followers online.