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[TSL] Gertrude DOVE b 1890 Manchester
Christine Benson via <theshipslist@rootsweb.com> on 10/09/2015

Hi All,

There is a shipping record for Gertrude DOVE b c 1890 (aged 29), saleswoman, 
destination New Zealand, departure date  27 May 1920 on Ancestry. Her line 
is faintly crossed out and MB, or something like that is written on that 
line. I assume that means she booked and didn't turn up, or cancelled. But 
which or could it be either. And what does MB mean? There is another woman 
crossed out as well but mine is crossed out in pencil and hers in red. Any 
significance?

Any help gratefully received

Christine

PS I believe Gertrude went on to marry John EVANS the same year. I know she 
married an EVANS at some stage. 


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