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Re: [TSL] SS Ontario
marj@uwaterloo.ca on 05/26/2013

Beth

There is some information about crew on findmypast.co.uk which is a  
pay for use service. They also have deaths at sea on findmypast so you  
could get a death certificate for James.

Regards..

Marj

Quoting Elizabeth Ivison <ivisonke@xtra.co.nz>:

> Hello I wonder if any one can help me.My G Grand father James Langton B 1843
> in Ireland.
>     But lived in Liverpool with wife and two children.  Was on the merchant
> vessel SS Ontario of the Mississippi Dominion Line. James was No 96024.
>  Previously he had been on the SS Amoa and also SS Rattler, I have  
> no information on any of these ships. (I was told by others) I have  
> tried the to find a crew list but to no avail.He was a second  
> officer. He died of TB aged approx 39  either on the way or way back  
> from Canada on the SS Ontario to Liverpool possible an immigrant  
> ship taking passenger to Canada in 1882. Both his children ended up  
> in the Liverpool Seamen's Orphanage, at the ages of 7 because there  
> mother died in the workhouse in Kirkdale Liverpool in 1887. Any help  
> at all would be most appreciated. Thank you Beth
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