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Is there any more to be known about Hannah b. 1851.. Mary could be lying in hospital at the census time... We know where Thomas Sr. is, but also not Thomas Jr. :rolleyes:

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Re Stephen's ticket does it mention one vessel from Greenock with a name that starts 'De..."

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This is the transcript..
UK, Apprentices Indentured in Merchant Navy, 1824-1910
Stephen Angel
Age: 14
Registration or Indenture Date: 15 May 1845
Vessel: Minerva

You may already have the image..

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I always thought Hannah was 1851 - 1851 not 3 years old.

I should have but I can't find the ticket image for Stephen or Thomas.

1851 Census
Angel Paisley Low - 13 Bridge St
Name Age Ward Enum Page Line Occupation
Samuel 23 464 3 9 7 Starcher
Janet 22 8 Warp Winder
Anne 3 9
Samuel 8mo 10
Mary Clymont lodger 28 Weaver warp winder Paisley, Renfrew [England]
Thomas Clymont 6 Paisley, Renfrew [England]
John Clymont 4 Paisley, Renfrew [England]
 

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Must be another image of some sort then Geoff.

His Seaman's Ticket says that he sailed on Clydeside registered vessels and gives the name of one vessel registered in Greenock. Unfortunately it is very difficult to read, Begins with Dex, Des, Der Deo ? The reason I know he sailed on Clydeside ships is by interpreting the port numbers.The other letters are the ships port rotation number.
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