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PostPosted: 09:37:29 Sun 19/Mar/2017 
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Good morning everyone, Hope someone can help me find the answer to this old puzzle/problem. I did write a story some years ago that was published in our Historian and despite extensive research at the time could not find what Port the Emigrant Ship, Hawks Bay sailed from in the UK to Victoria, Australia,1914.
Mum's two cousin's, Robert Matthew Beatham and brother Walter Beatham sailed to Australia in July 1914,on the Emigrant Ship ,Hawk's Bay, landing in Victoria ,Australia, on their journey from home in Cumberland they called at their Uncles Home in Arthur Street ,Liverpool, that much is known, but what was the port they sailed from on The Hawke's Bay?, one could assume Liverpool, but over the year's I have tried hoping new information on website's would become available to confirm this, but have had no luck so far. Has anyone any updated information on what Port she would have sailed from.
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PostPosted: 11:09:41 Sun 19/Mar/2017 
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Mr W Beatham, also, Mr R Beatham
Gender:
Male
Age:
23
Birth Date:
abt 1891
Departure Date:
18 Jun 1914
Port of Departure:
London, England
Destination Port:
Melbourne, Australia
Ship Name:
Hawkes Bay

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PostPosted: 11:29:19 Sun 19/Mar/2017 
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Thank you so much and so quickly you have found it for me.Tsumi

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PostPosted: 16:04:28 Sun 19/Mar/2017 
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Bertieone wrote:
Port of Departure:
London, England

Wow that's an unexpected result, but great find!

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PostPosted: 20:29:57 Sun 19/Mar/2017 
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Hi Mary, The Port of London wasn't what I expected to see, I had been looking on and off for year's, it goes to show never assume a thing in Family History. But what a good and very quick result from Bert. Fantastic !Again many, many, thanks'

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PostPosted: 07:26:53 Mon 20/Mar/2017 
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From, Victoria, Australia Assisted & Unassisted Passengers.

Mr R Beatham, also, Mr W Beatham
Estimated birth year
abt 1895
Age:
19
Arrival
29 Jul 1914
Arrival Port
Melbourne, Australia
Departure Port:
London Tilbury
Ship
Hawkes Bay

I'm sure Tsumi has this, for the crew,

Robert Matthew Beatham, VC.

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