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Re: [TSL] Migrant ship GARRICK 1853
Eliz Hanebury via <theshipslist@rootsweb.com> on 10/18/2015

Ancestry has the Garrick for 1853 they have Many <G> what name are you
looking for? I wish I could remember which member of my family
emigrated on the Garrick!
Eliz
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On Sun, Oct 18, 2015 at 5:34 PM, Jeff Coleman via
<theshipslist@rootsweb.com> wrote:
> I am trying to discover the Official Number of the migrant ship GARRICK, about 800 to 900 tons, which sailed regularly between Liverpool and New York in 1853. The voyage which left Liverpool in September 1853 involved Cholera deaths.
>
> One report earlier in 1853 mentions that the vessel may have been American, rather than British. Advertisements refer to the master as Walker and '1800 tons' but the passenger list shows what might be 895 tons.
>
> If it was an American vessel, will there be any crew lists or logs available anywhere?
>
> Jeff
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