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From: "Debra Law" <>
Subject: Re: [TSL] Ships Asia, Tainui, Palmerston. Whaling ships.
Date: Tue, 16 May 2000 08:30:42 +0800
Thank you, thank you. Three exciting web sights to view at my leisure. I'm
bound to get some questions answered. I really appreciate your kindness.
From: Chris Lidgard <>
Date: Tuesday, 16 May 2000 7:17
Subject: RE: [TSL] Ships Asia, Tainui, Palmerston. Whaling ships.
>"INCH BY INCH IT'S A CINCH"
>From: Debra Law [mailto:]
>Sent: Monday, May 15, 2000 1:21 PM
>Subject: [TSL] Ships Asia, Tainui, Palmerston. Whaling ships.
>As a new member to your list I would to introduce myself. My interest is
>mainly on ships arriving to New Zealand from England.
>1. The ship Asia. Unknown port of arrival, possibly South Island, NZ.
>Date 27 April 1874. Passengers names are WINSLADE.
>2. The ship Tainui. Port of arrival, Auckland, NZ. Date about 1920's.
>Depart from Scotland. Passenger name A.A. LAW.
>3. The ship Palmerston. Port of departure, Hamburg on 29 July 1872. Port
>of arrival Port Charlmer's, Dunedin. NZ. on 6 Dec 1872. My Norwegian
>passenger's names were HANSEN. Is there a photo of the ship.
>But I have an illusive ancestor who sailed out from USA on a whaling ship
>the Bay of Islands about 1860's. Particularly interested in the
>of this one having a mutiny on board and captain being put overboard.
>Perhaps this is just family exaggerating the story. Ancestor's name David
>Any information will be followed through and very much appreciated.
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