Seaman's crewlists, PRO BT 98, 1851, men on vessels registered in the ports of Angus

by Liz Hore
Hore, Liz (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book on Compact Disc
English
[England] : Family History Indexes, c2002
1 CD-ROM : col. ; 4 3/4 in.

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"These lists and agreements are intended to find many of those involved in merchant shipping who cannot be located on the 1851 census because they simply were not at home to be enumerated." -- from cd cover.

System requirements: Windows 3.1 and 95/98/ME. The files are in Acrobat pdf format. Acrobat Reader is included on each disc. Apple Mac and Unix users need to download a reader from www.Adobe.com/acrobat.

Each disc contains pdf format files with an introduction, codes, and transcriptions arranged in alphabetical order by surname. Contains surname, given name, position, age, county of birth, seamen ticket number, previous ship, current ship, date joined, place joined, date left, place left, why left, and comments.

Contains listings of ships connected to the ports of Arbroath, Montrose, and Dundee.

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