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Offline a chesters

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Re: Explanation of Victorian BDM "place"
« Reply #9 on: Tuesday 01 September 20 07:29 BST (UK) »
Jamjar, thank you for that information. I have no doubt that that is him, it is just that I could not see it. It is possible that the ship was not too concerned about accuracy regarding age.

I found him via Ancestry as RG 10, piece: 4178, Folio: 15, Page 27
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Robert R Stott    M    45   M     Otterburn   Head   Commercial Traveler
Mary A Stott    M    44   F      Northamptonshire   Wife
William M Stott    U    10   M     Australia   Son   Scholar
Charles F J Stott    U    9   M     Australia   Son   Scholar
Annie W Stott    U    7   F      Chorley   Son    Scholar
Joyce A Stott    U    6   F      Chorley   Son   Scholar

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Re: Explanation of Victorian BDM "place"
« Reply #10 on: Tuesday 01 September 20 07:52 BST (UK) »
That’s good. I hate it when I can’t find something on FamilySearch.

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