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Re: [TSL] vessel movements between Gibraltar and the UK in 1864
marj@uwaterloo.ca on 07/22/2013

Martyn

I checked the London Times and the first two names got no hits but  
Madrid of course got plenty. There was a steamship called Madrid owned  
by the Oriental Company.

Regards..

Marj


Quoting Martyn Smith <Martyn.Smith@optus.com.au>:

> Hi List,
>
> Would anyone happen to know about vessel movements between Gibraltar  
> and the UK in 1864? I have a 3 x great grandfather George Hunt who  
> was sent to Gibraltar as a convict and then removed back to the UK  
> on 15th July 1846 on board a vessel called MACDRIDE, MALDRIDE or  
> possible MADRID once his 4 years was up (vessel name in question as  
> handwriting on original record is not so clear). The date is  
> important for me as he was re-convicted in Cheshire 10 weeks after  
> this journey and being able to trace his return path and timeline  
> would assist me in knowing if he could have returned to Cheshire in  
> time to commit again (and this be sent to Australia on the Bangalore)
>
> Regards
> Martyn Smith
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