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    Thank you., Yes I have seen the paper report. I am trying to find where the ship was when Helen died, When did the daughter die and was she Helen's or a child of James Speedy Baylis's first marriage.
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    The were married on 6 Nov 1849 • Maughold. Isle of Man at St. Pauls Church After he arrived in Aust he stayed and looked after his half brother Thomas Henry Baylis of the 17th Regt. of Foot After Thomas died in early 1853 he went to New Zealand where he had family.
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    Hi from NSW

    Hi I am Christine from NSW. I joined this group as I found a thread relating to my resent research. I have been a Family Historian for near on 40 yrs.
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    Hi, I am researching James Speedy Baylis his wife Helen Hunter and an unnamed daughter. They sailed on the "David McIvor" which arrived on 9 Apr. 1852. James Speedy Baylis arrived, (he lived with his brother my g.g.g.grandfather) but his wife and daughter died on the voyage. Helen died at the...