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Not sure who I can cite for this one, a group of Thorpe's are researching the family and some of the family traveled to the U.S. on this ship.

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Shipping news reporting cholera on passenger ships, published in the Weekly Herald newspaper (Albany, New York), 29 October 1853. Read more on the GenealogyBank blog: “Ship Records for Genealogy: Newspapers & Passenger Lists.” blog.genealogyban...

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