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Dr. W. R. Davies on EUTERPE, and the wrong photo of the 1873 STAR OF INDIA

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A couple days ago, I tried to submit information on Dr. William R. Davies, surgeon on EUTERPE voyage of 1879 to Port Lyttelton, and have been searching in vain for it ever since. Also I've contacted the proprietor of the "Cornish Passengers on the Star of India" site to notify them that their front page has a photo of the wrong STAR OF INDIA. What they've put there is the iron hulled ex-EUTERPE [1863, Ramsey IOM] in a view taken off San Francisco while in Alaska Packers Association service; Maritime Museum of San Diego has photographs of paintings of two of the wood-hulled STAR OF INDIA vessels, one of which is the likely vessel of the 1873 voyage to Lyttelton under Capt. Holloway. Proprietor edited; it's satisfactory. CHARGERCHAZZ

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on 2010-09-19 11:21:13

Researching Slovak ancestry, New Zealand and Australian settler families of ship Euterpe, and Southern California sea and land transportation.

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by karendonson on 2010-10-11 05:21:41
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