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Elizabeth WICKENS nee VICKERS

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Coomonderry was built as steel steamship in 1886 by Thomas B Seath Rutherglen (Yard No 256) for the Berry Estate. She was a Passenger - cargo vessel, compounded engine of 37 horsepower. November 1898 owned by the Moruya S N Co and June 1904 owned by R Anderson & Allen Taylor. November 1905 bought by Illawarra & South Coast S N Co. Serviced the southern New South Wales ports to Sydney. Sold 1915 to Melbourne owners and converted into an auxilliary 3 masted motor vessel. Eventually wrecked and sunk 1969 at Fiji.

Moruya is a town on the S coast.


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