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Re: [TSL] Mariner question
Ron Mapplebeck <ron.mapplebeck1@virgin.net> on 01/03/2013

Vicki,

There may well be some members of this TheShipsList who are able to help 
with your enquiry. However, as TSL deals mainly with queries concerning 
passengers you may be better placed by redirecting your questions to the 
companion site, Mariner's List (of which I am a joint administrator), 
which deals more specifically with mariners. Details of how to subscribe 
(free) to the mailing list at: 
http://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/index/other/Occupations/MARINERS.html

Ron Mapplebeck (UK)
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On 03/01/2013 10:00, vicki evans wrote:
> Hi Not sure if anyone can answer this, any help would be appreciated. Quite a few of my ancesters were master mariners and ran the silk routes in the far East including Shanghai etc. What path would the ships have taken, as far as I know they sailed from Liverpool. Also, if the captain had his family on board would they have been listed on the ship's manifest as passengers or crew or listed at all? Time period is around 1880-1910 One final question - I also have a name of someone believed to have been a Master Mariner, his family spent some time in Shanghai and he as deceased by 1897 and that is all I know about him. His name was Andrew Nelson, his daughter ended up in Anglesey so he may have ties here. Is there anyway of finding further information about him through shipping records. Many thanks in advance Vicki 		 	   		
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