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"Marlo" <Marlo@nwonline.net> on 08/31/1999

Would someone please tell me if this message, not sent by me, was
undeliverable to the ships list how did it turn up in my incoming
mail?
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Date: Monday, August 30, 1999 7:08 PM
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>Date: Mon, 30 Aug 1999 18:55:37 EDT
>Subject: The sinking of the CROWN in 1679
>To: TheShipsList@rootsweb.com
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>30 August, 1999
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>Dear subscribers,
> Please help me to find information on the ship called the Crown
which
>sunk at the Orkney Islands, Scotland in 1679. This ship sunk while
>transporting prisoners from Scotland to America. These were
prisoners taken
>at the Battle of Bothwell Bridge.
> I would like to know just how many people were aboard that ship,
>passengers, if any, crew members and prisoners. Also, I assume, that
there
>must have been a list of the names of the prisoners who were being
>transported aboard that ship. Please help me find these ansewers.
> Also, from where did the ship take on it's precious, human cargo?
(What
>was it's port of departure)? How long had the ship been at sea?
What was
>the size of the Ship? Who were the owners of the ship? Who was the
ships
>captain? What was the exact date of sinkage and where was the exact
location?
> Please help me on this one, I will be very grateful. Please
enter the
>subject as The Sinking of the Crown.
>
>Respectfully
>
>Mel Rich
>E-mail: MRich10000@AOL.com
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