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emily is driving me dotty

emily is driving me dotty Report 26 Jul 2007 21:18

Thanks so much Linda,that's brilliant!!! They are the ones. Wondered where they went to now i know. Many thanks Lorraine

Carol

Carol Report 26 Jul 2007 22:05

Hi Linda, Thankyou anyway for looking up Henry Sheppard. I really appreciate it. Best Wishes Carol

Kate

Kate Report 26 Jul 2007 22:06

I don't know if he'll show up or not, Linda, but I'm looking for a John Worsley born in Lowton near Warrington in 1850. In 1881 and 1901 he is not on the census and he was dead by 1903. He gave his occupation on his marriage certificate in 1890 as 'marine engineer merchant service'. Some of his family went to Canada between the late 19th century and c.1930s - his brothers and father were cotton merchants and agents. He had a wife called Ada nee Willday and one daughter Alice Ada May - they lived at 44 Rimrose Road in Bootle in 1901 but John was not there. I would be really grateful if you could find anything.

Moira

Moira Report 26 Jul 2007 22:09

Hi please could you look for JOHN SIDNEY KERR b. 1874 yorkshire thank you Moira

Linda G

Linda G Report 26 Jul 2007 22:54

Sorry Kate No John Worsley Linda

Linda G

Linda G Report 26 Jul 2007 22:56

Hi Moira. Believe it or nor there are 695 John Kerr's. Can you tell me which country you think he might have gone to and did he travel with wife or children? linda

Jane

Jane Report 26 Jul 2007 23:03

Linda, Could you see if you can find a Thomas SANDY (b1864, Norfolk); Nelson Victor SANDY (b1887, Norfolk) or an Ernest SANDY (b abt 1891, Norfolk). All three ended up in Canada - the latter two as part of the British Home Children scheme. In fact, Linda, I'd be interested in any SANDYs you find ... they're not a big surname group, so I'll be surprised if you find any at all. Thanks for offering to do this! Regs Annie

Linda G

Linda G Report 27 Jul 2007 08:38

Good Morning Dorothy, Here are your Rigby's. If you want the original image you will have to PM me your eail addy. Passenger lists leaving UK 1890-1960 Name: Ellen RIGBY Date of departure: 19 June 1912 Port of departure: Avonmouth Destination port: Fremantle Destination country: Australia Age: 29 Marital Status: Sex: Female Occupation: Domestic Notes: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The following people are travelling companions from your search: - Isabella RIGBY Robert RIGBY -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ship: AJANA Official Number: 132412 Master's name: T Young Steamship Line: Australind Steam Shipping Company Limited Where bound: Fremantle, Australia Square feet: 13070 Registered tonnage: 4459 Passengers on voyage: 672

Jane

Jane Report 27 Jul 2007 13:00

Linda, Just in case you reply to my note of last night, I'm going to be away for a while - so please don't think I'm being rude or unappreciative. I will check back later - then much later! Thanks for taking the time to do this. Regs Annie

Margaret

Margaret Report 27 Jul 2007 13:29

Hi Linda Sorry in the delay getting back to you I had to go to work all night. Thankyou for looking up Osmonds.These do appear to be mine ,I'd be very grateful if you could send me the images.Would that also contain the detail of Agnes & Murray? Thanks again Linda for your help Regards Maggi

Linda G

Linda G Report 27 Jul 2007 15:17

Hi Annie, I think this may be Nelson. Name: N ? SANDY Date of departure: 4 November 1908 Port of departure: Liverpool Destination port: Quebec Destination country: Canada Age: 21 Marital Status: Single Sex: Male Occupation: Lab Notes: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ship: LAKE CHAMPLAIN Official Number: 110650 Master's name: G Webster Steamship Line: Canadian Pacific Line Where bound: Montreal, Canada Square feet: 17733 Registered tonnage: 4684 Passengers on voyage: 170 I think this may be Thomas Passenger lists leaving UK 1890-1960 Name: Mr Tho ? SANDY Date of departure: 19 September 1907 Port of departure: Liverpool Destination port: Montreal Destination country: Canada Age: Marital Status: Married Sex: Male Occupation: Notes: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ship: TUNISIAN Official Number: 0 Master's name: A G Braes Steamship Line: Allan Line Where bound: Montreal, Canada Square feet: 24115 Registered tonnage: 6802 Passengers on voyage: 1095 There are at least 67 Sandy's just going to Canada Linda

Moira

Moira Report 27 Jul 2007 17:50

Hi Linda G. sorry I have no information other than his dob and name,I have been looking for hm for over a year. John Sidney O. Kerr born Sheffield 1874. He just seems to have vanished after 1881. Thank you for your trouble Moira

Anne

Anne Report 27 Jul 2007 18:12

Thank you very much for this offer Linda. I'd be grateful if you could look for Joseph Walter Taylor, born 10/12/1884 in Camberwell. He went to Canada between 1911 and 1918 (possibly 1913) and subsequently vanished. I'm afraid I have no idea where he left from but he was living in London beforehand. Regards, Anne

Jane

Jane Report 27 Jul 2007 18:38

Linda, Very many thanks for finding Nelson - I had no idea it was as 'late' as 1908 that he went! I'll ponder on any other SANDYs who might have headed that way and get back to you. Can't believe there were 67 of them, that's quite a chunk out of the SANDY clans around the UK. Most grateful for your help. Regs Annie

Linda G

Linda G Report 27 Jul 2007 20:03

Sorry no luck with Joseph Walter Taylor. There are so many of them it's hard to know where to start. Linda

Linda G

Linda G Report 27 Jul 2007 20:23

I have had another look Moira but there are hundreds of John Kerrs Linda

Frank

Frank Report 27 Jul 2007 21:37

Thanks Linda. Reginald Sexton born 1879 went to Australia between 1899-1903. He was staying in Melbourne.Not sure if he was single or not.

Linda G

Linda G Report 27 Jul 2007 21:51

Hi Frank This seems to be the only one that fits Passenger lists leaving UK 1890-1960 Name: R SEXTON Date of departure: 5 May 1902 Port of departure: London Destination port: Melbourne Destination country: Australia Age: 26 Marital Status: Single Sex: Male Occupation: Farmer Notes: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ship: AUSTRALASIAN Official Number: 0 Master's name: T F Spalding Steamship Line: Geo Thompson & Co Where bound: Sydney, Australia Square feet: Registered tonnage: 2333 Passengers on voyage: 31 Linda

Frank

Frank Report 27 Jul 2007 22:13

Thanks very much Linda. I think he is the one.

Sheila

Sheila Report 28 Jul 2007 13:03

Harry and Kate Hazledine from Ashton under Lyne went to Canada, according to Kate's death certificate, about 1912, with their children Ivy, Mabel and Harold, possibly from Liverpool. Any information gratefuly received. Thanks Sheila