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Linda G

Linda G Report 28 Jul 2007 17:31

This looks like them Sheila but no sign of Harry. I will go back and have another look. Quite often I have found the husbands went out before the wife and children presumably to sort out a job and living accommodation. Although the image says R. Hazeldine for the wife it is K on the original ships log. If you would like the original image PM me you email address. Off now to have another look for Harry Passenger lists leaving UK 1890-1960 Name: Mrs R HAZELDINE Date of departure: 19 September 1912 Port of departure: Liverpool Destination port: Quebec Destination country: Canada Age: 36 Marital Status: Sex: Female Occupation: Wife Notes: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The following people with the same last name travelled on this voyage: - Mstr H HAZELDINE Miss I HAZELDINE Miss M HAZELDINE -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ship: EMPRESS OF IRELAND Official Number: 123972 Master's name: J V Forster Steamship Line: Canadian Pacific Railway Atlantic Steamship Line Where bound: Quebec, Canada Square feet: 15412 Registered tonnage: 8028 Passengers on voyage: 1486 Linda

Maureen

Maureen Report 28 Jul 2007 20:29

Hi Linda, Thanks for the offer to look up: I am searching for Thomas Gibbons b.1889 in Drummin,Westport,Co.Mayo Ireland also his brother Michael b1887, sons of Austin and Mary Gibbons nee O'malley. The brothers are on the 1901 census but by 1911 dont appear at home,i was told they went to USA. but don't know where.They would have left from Queenstown Ireland. Any help would be appreciated Maureen

Jean Durant

Jean Durant Report 29 Jul 2007 16:47

Hi Linda.. Would you be kind enough to look at Alfred Platt aged 32 who departed London 1896 for Melbourne. Don't know if he belongs to me or not and I am hoping it might have a little more information. Thanks, Jean x.

Linda G

Linda G Report 29 Jul 2007 16:55

Hi Jean, Here he is, travellling alone. I looked at the original and there is no extra info. on it. Linda Passenger lists leaving UK 1890-1960 Name: Alfred PLATT Date of departure: 21 February 1896 Port of departure: London Destination port: Melbourne Destination country: Australia Age: 32 Marital Status: Single Sex: Male Occupation: Farmer Notes: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ship: ORIZABA Official Number: 0 Master's name: A W Clark Steamship Line: Where bound: Sydney, Australia Square feet: Registered tonnage: 6077 Passengers on voyage: 162

Jean Durant

Jean Durant Report 29 Jul 2007 17:09

Thank you so much Linda. The occupation is enough to tell me he isn't mine((( Back to the drawing board lol. Jean x.

Victoria

Victoria Report 29 Jul 2007 18:08

Hi, Would it be possible for you to do a search for the following people. Sidney Horn Cawley born 1887 in South Brent, Devon and his wife, Nina E V Cawley along with their children Sidney J and Joan N H Cawley, they were both born in Chard, Somerset and Joan was only born in 1920. Could you also do me a favour by looking up a Ruth May Hookway, born 1884 in Middlesex and her husband Thomas Hookway. They may well have gone prior to 1920. Also, again from the same family a Charlotte Cotton born 1855 South Brent. Did you spot the deliberate mistake then - they went to Canada Thank you so much for all your help. Kind Regards Jane (Victoria is my first name)

Anne

Anne Report 29 Jul 2007 20:17

Thanks anyway Linda, I'm not surprised you had no luck, that's always the problem with Taylors - there are just so many of them. Regards, Anne

Muskham

Muskham Report 30 Jul 2007 08:29

You must be kept very busy, Linda, with all the requests for help, and I am sure your kindness is appreciated, thank you. I have been looking for JAMES MCDOUGALL. He was to go to live with his sister in Vancover, Canada. Because my grandparents took him to the TITANIC I think his parents may have died by then.They watched him go on board but did not know he got off again, he had left his coat where they had had a cup of tea. On return to the ship he found the gang plank had gone up and he did not sail. However he went over on the next ship but I do not know which that would be. His name does not seem to be on the Titanic list. I do not know his age but guess he would be late teens. For added interest, his sister was not at the port to meet him thinking he had gone down with the Titanic and so he asked a port policeman for help. The story goes that the policeman used to live near James sister in Vancover and knew her! I do not have any other information about him i.e.birth or parents names. If you can help I would be grateful but realise I may not have given you much information to go on. Regards, Gill

Linda G

Linda G Report 30 Jul 2007 12:08

Hi Silver' Just popping out back later this afternoon inda

Victoria

Victoria Report 30 Jul 2007 12:13

Hi Linda - could I ask another favour. At the weekend I found that William and Minnie UREN went to NZ before they came to Australia. They had at least two of their children by then - Leonard Sydney (dob 1893) and Harold Frederick (dob 1891). to make it easier William Salmon Uren Mary Anna [Minnie] Uren Harold Frederick and Leonard Sydney. They had been living in Bristol, Glos. I do not know where they sailed from, so if this is too much of a pain, just give it a miss - and thanks anyway for reading this!! Victoria

Maud

Maud Report 30 Jul 2007 17:24

I wonder if you can possibly help me, I am trying to find out when my gt uncle GEORGE NELSON GRANT B 1870 may have left Scotland or England for India, I think it would certiany have been after 1901 but that is the only information I can supply. If it is not possible for you to do so,do`nt worry, I`m just taking a shot in the dark here.

Linda G

Linda G Report 30 Jul 2007 17:32

Hi SSilver, No sign of any Quickenden's, George or Elizabeth. I have tried all spellings, all countries, and all dates and no one comes anywhere near it. The other one is too late for the dates offered.. They are extending them but I don't know when Linda

Linda G

Linda G Report 30 Jul 2007 18:24

Hi Victoria, Here he is with all the family plus some! Linda Name: W UREN Date of departure: 15 April 1899 Port of departure: Plymouth Destination port: Auckland Destination country: New Zealand Age: 40 Marital Status: Married Sex: Male Occupation: Farmer Notes: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The following people are travelling companions from your search: - Mrs UREN Miss B UREN 8 years Master H UREN 7 years Master L UREN 4 years Master Wm UREN 10 years -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ship: DELPHIC Official Number: 0 Master's name: W Towden Steamship Line: Weekes Phillips & Co Where bound: New Zealand, New Zealand Square feet: 4482 Registered tonnage: 5401 Passengers on voyage: 21

Silver Streak

Silver Streak Report 30 Jul 2007 18:47

Hi Linda, Many thanks for looking. Silver.

Moira

Moira Report 30 Jul 2007 19:18

Hello Linda, Thank you so much for trying to find my John Kerr. Would you please look to see if JOHN THOMAS SORSBY b 1857 Ecclesfield Sheffield who travelled to USA with his 2 sons PERCY SORSBY AND WILFRED SORSBY, they left England 1889 - 1900, they lived in Sheffield before going to USA they left a wife and two other children in England Moira

Victoria

Victoria Report 30 Jul 2007 19:46

Added By Victoria Cawley on 29/07/2007 18:08:18 | Update Message | Delete Message Hi, Would it be possible for you to do a search for the following people. Sidney Horn Cawley born 1887 in South Brent, Devon and his wife, Nina E V Cawley along with their children Sidney J and Joan N H Cawley, they were both born in Chard, Somerset and Joan was only born in 1920. Could you also do me a favour by looking up a Ruth May Hookway, born 1884 in Middlesex and her husband Thomas Hookway. They may well have gone prior to 1920. Also, again from the same family a Charlotte Cotton born 1855 South Brent. Did you spot the deliberate mistake then - they went to Canada Thank you so much for all your help. Kind Regards Jane

Linda G

Linda G Report 30 Jul 2007 20:00

Sorry Miora, No Sorsby's by those names. I even searched all countries, all dates and various spellings of the name. Sorry Linda

Moira

Moira Report 30 Jul 2007 20:04

thanks for the lookup Linda Moira

Linda G

Linda G Report 30 Jul 2007 20:11

Hi Victoria, Sorry I took so long getting back to you but I had been having a good search, as with such good information from you I felt sure I would have found something Unfortunately absolutely nothing on any of the names. As with others I have difficulty with I searched all different spellings of the name, all dates and all countries. Just in case they went somewhere else first but all with no luck Linda

Philip

Philip Report 30 Jul 2007 22:15

Linda, thanks for the kind offer, could you please look for a female Coldwell in 1893 travelling from London to Melbourne Australia. Also (If you don't mind) could you check for the same, female Coldwell in 1901 (aged 36) travelling from Liverpool to Cape South Africa.