|Re: [TSL] 1911 UK to Australia|
|Joanna Waugh via <firstname.lastname@example.org> on 09/14/2015|
I suggest that Jesse travelled separately from wife and son. I looked at
Mary and son James are shown outbound from Liverpool Oct 11 1912 on ship
Belgic of the White Star line. Port of arrival given as Melbourne. Jesse is
not with them.
Jesse is hard to find. The only possibility I see is a J. Carlton leaving
for Melbourne Australia on Dec 27 1911 on the ship Maunganui of the White
Star line. Port of departure was Glasgow. He is described as traveling
without wife and occupation "fitter". Age is not given.
I don't know if it was feasible to go to Glasgow from Lancashire for a ship.
Anyway, these are possibilities.
Hope this helps.
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> Date: Mon, 14 Sep 2015 08:49:48 +0930
> From: "Wendy Baker" <email@example.com>
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> I am seeking the ship (and arrival port) on which Jesse
> Carlton and his wife
> Mary Emma (nee Haigh) and son James came to Australia in
> 1911 and settled in
> Jesse was born 2 March 1876 in Lancashire and lived at 6
> Newhey Rd Milnrow.
> He worked in the cotton mills and was given references and
> letters of
> introduction when he left for Australia. He was employed by
> Davies & Coop in
> Jesse Carlton was the son of James Carlton and Abigail (nee
> His later history was that after his wife Mary's death in
> the Warburton
> Sanatorium Hospital (Victoria) in April 1923, Jesse and his
> 22 year old son
> James relocated to Adelaide working as a representative for
> an insurance
> company. In 1925 Jesse married my grandmother Gladys
> Gwendoline Hastwell
> (nee Davies) who was the widow of Albert John Hastwell - a
> young woman with
> 5 young children. Jesse died 26 May 1947.
> . I have found reference on Rootschat to a trip which he
> took back to
> England with his first wife, on the OSTERLEY (with their son
> James) arriving
> in London 30 May 1922; they returned to Melbourne leaving
> London 6 Jan 1923
> on the ORMONDE.
> The one I am looking for is the original emigration from UK
> in 1911.
> Any assistance greatly appreciated please.
> Yours in history
> Wendy Baker (WendyArbee)
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