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[TSL] Re: SS St Helens details early 1900's.
"Anne Waggoner" <eannewaggoner@gmail.com> on 12/18/2018

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On Tue, Dec 18, 2018 at 3:10 AM Wendy Baker <wbaker5211@gmail.com> wrote:

>
>
> Hi, Does anyone know anything at all about the SS St Helens (or possibly St
> Helena)? My great-uncle Thomas Hutchinson Clark had  postcard sent to him
> by
> his brother from Beachport, South Australia in about 1906, c/- SS St
> Helens,
> c/- Cunco Trading Coy, 8-10-12 Jury St, NY, USA. At the top of the postcard
> was written "Left the ship" and it was re-addressed to J.M. Ceballos & Co.,
> 27 William St. City. Thomas apparently arrived in NY about 1903-04. He
> married there abt 1911, & died in 1918. I am trying to find out by which
> route he may have reached there, and whether SS St Helens went there direct
> from Australia (which port??) or from elsewhere, UK perhaps. Thomas's
> father
> had emigrated from UK (near Durham) in 1878. Any information appreciated
> please. Cheers, Wendy B.
>
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