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Linda G

Linda G Report 2 Aug 2007 09:46

Hi Bo, Hewre are Arthur and Bernard. even though the initials are slightly wrong and DOB's different it must be them Passenger lists leaving UK 1890-1960 Name: B TREDCROFT Date of departure: 17 August 1907 Port of departure: London Destination port: Montreal Destination country: Canada Age: 22 Marital Status: Single Sex: Male Occupation: Farmer Notes: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The following people are travelling companions from your search: - E V TREDCROFT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ship: SARDINIAN Official Number: 0 Master's name: B Henry Steamship Line: Allan Line Where bound: Montreal, Canada Square feet: 13183 Registered tonnage: 2787 Passengers on voyage: 178 Do you think this could be Barbara? There are only 4 Tredcrofts listed on the whole. They have Tredcraft, but on the original image it looks like an 'O' to me. Name: Miss B TREDCRAFT Date of departure: 2 October 1913 Port of departure: Southampton Destination port: Buenos Aires Destination country: Argentina Age: 31 Marital Status: Sex: Female Occupation: Governers Notes: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ship: ALCALA Official Number: 131432 Master's name: W H Bennett Trigge Steamship Line: The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company Where bound: Buenos Aires, Argentina Square feet: Registered tonnage: 6699.35 Passengers on voyage: 207 Linda

Joan

Joan Report 2 Aug 2007 10:01

Thank you Linda Re Edward Grimshaw, Joan. Have a nice day.

Jo

Jo Report 2 Aug 2007 11:13

Hi Linda, thanks for your offer. The info I have is a bit sketchy but here goes. Ive got a Charles James Grinham born 1882 in Ryde Isle of Wight, who ive found out moved to Canada (poss Oakville) around 1912ish. My Great Aunt, Beatrice Lavinia Damp, born 1885 on Isle of Wight, married him in 1913 in Oakville. Id love to know if she travelled with him or did he send for her later. Where did she sail from and if poss, when did she move back from Canada. Charles died within 2 yrs of moving there. Thanks in advance. Jo

Bo

Bo Report 2 Aug 2007 11:44

Many thanks Linda. Yes that's them. Canada I can cope with - but where do I start with Argentina??!!. I guess she was a Governess rather than a governer. Is there a website that does return trips i.e. abroad to the UK? Many thanks for your help KR Bo

Linda G

Linda G Report 2 Aug 2007 12:28

Hi Bo, Glad you got them. I was thinking Governess too, I don't know of any sites doing abroad to UK. Try posting a message, someone else may know something. Good Luck Linda

Linda G

Linda G Report 2 Aug 2007 12:39

Hi Jo, Only one Charles Grinham so it's probably him Name: Charles GRINHAM Date of departure: 21 August 1912 Port of departure: Bristol Destination port: Quebec Destination country: Canada Age: Marital Status: Sex: Not specified Occupation: Clerk Notes: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ship: ROYAL EDWARD Official Number: 125656 Master's name: William Roberts Steamship Line: Royal Line Where bound: Montreal, Canada Square feet: 10054 Registered tonnage: 5669 Passengers on voyage: 1070 Travelled alone so am now going to have a look for Beatrice. Linda

Jo

Jo Report 2 Aug 2007 13:04

Thanks Linda for what you have found out so far. I now know that Beatrice was in Domestic Service in the 1901 census but I dont know if that was the case 10 yrs after. I wonder if she travelled in her name or did she 'do a runner' if she was supposed to be in service? People did some random things when their O.H disappeared to the other side of the world!! Good luck and thanks again. Jo

Janice

Janice Report 2 Aug 2007 20:39

Hello Linda, I only know that William C Harris was b in 1890, Herbert G Harris 1894, and Elizabeth 1906. Not very helpful is it? Thanks for your time and efforts, Janice,

Linda G

Linda G Report 2 Aug 2007 22:44

Sorry Janice, Even with the dates you gave me I can't trace ypur Harris's anywhere. Sorry Linda

PollyS

PollyS Report 2 Aug 2007 23:38

Hi Linda, I have been looking for a Jane Cameron (nee Mathi(e)son), b1860 in Scotland, her husband Daniel (no other info) and son Daniel M. Cameron c1880 Islington, Middlesex. Last certain info I have on Jane is 1881 living with her mother Agnes Mathison and baby son. I can't find them after that and am now wondering if they emigrated. Whether you get around to searching this for me or not I would like to say you are a little diamond :-) Cheryl

Linda G

Linda G Report 4 Aug 2007 16:07

Hi Jo, No sign of Beatrice I'm afraid linda

Linda G

Linda G Report 4 Aug 2007 16:08

Sorry Cheryl No luck with yours either linda

ceri

ceri Report 4 Aug 2007 22:44

Hi I dont know if you will find anything as i am very limited on information but the gents name i am looking for is Elijah Durrant, unfortunately i dont know where he was going or where he went, but understand that he went on several missions at sea, one of which whilst he was away his then wife ran away with another man!! Thanks Ian Hale

Gill

Gill Report 5 Aug 2007 12:31

Hi Linda. This is a real long shot! My great grandmother is said to have been part of a circus troupe. I have lost her and her husband in this country after 1891, but it is almost certain that they travelled to America to perform in Ringling Brothers circus there. I'm sorry I have no dates, but the names are Daisy and James Carroll and possibly their young daughter Ivy K Carroll. Any help much appreciated. Thanks Gill.

Lorri

Lorri Report 5 Aug 2007 14:19

Hi Linda would be pleased if you are able to look up for me George Howell born 1903 left England for Australia c1920 may be to Victoria. Many thanks, Lorri.

Linda G

Linda G Report 5 Aug 2007 14:38

Hi Lorri, Is this him? Last known address Cosy Cottgae, Speldhurst Road, Langton Green, Tunbridge Wells, Kent Name: George HOWELL Date of departure: 22 April 1924 Port of departure: London Destination port: Melbourne Destination country: Australia Age: 21 Marital Status: Sex: Male Occupation: Labourer Notes: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ship: BERRIMA Official Number: 135332 Master's name: Capt E M Hussey-Cooper Steamship Line: P. & O. Australia Via The Cape Service Where bound: Australia, Australia Square feet: 17.250 Registered tonnage: 7012 Passengers on voyage: 578

Linda G

Linda G Report 5 Aug 2007 15:06

Hi Ian, I think this may be Elijah's first trip Name: Elijah DURANT Date of departure: 19 June 1920 Port of departure: Liverpool Destination port: New York Destination country: USA Age: 24 Marital Status: Sex: Male Occupation: Fitter Notes: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ship: MAURETANIA Official Number: 124093 Master's name: A H Rostron Steamship Line: Cunard Where bound: New York, USA Square feet: 14660 Registered tonnage: 8947 Passengers on voyage: 1389 This could be his second Name: Elijah DURANT Date of departure: 9 January 1925 Port of departure: Southampton Destination port: New York Destination country: USA Age: 28 Marital Status: Sex: Male Occupation: Fitter Notes: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ship: OLYMPIC Official Number: 131346 Master's name: Geo R Metcalfe Steamship Line: White Star Line Where bound: New York, USA Square feet: 5192 Registered tonnage: 46439 Passengers on voyage: 196 Address on second one is hard to read but it looks like Cornwall. Linda

Linda G

Linda G Report 5 Aug 2007 15:13

Sorry Gill, No luck with your Carrolls. Linda

Linda G

Linda G Report 5 Aug 2007 15:23

If there is anyone on this list that I have missed please PM me, It does get a bit hectic sometimes lol Linda

ceri

ceri Report 5 Aug 2007 22:23

Hi Linda Thanks for the info its much appreciated, however, i know i only gave you very vague information, but the results you have sent me the surname you have spelt Durant (ie only one R) the Elijah i was looking for surname was spelt Durrant (two R's) does this make any difference. Please advise, thanks again Ian Hale