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    Hi, been absent from site for some time but now am looking for someone who went to New York. Henry Robert Carson travelled on the Campania in August 1894 from Liverpool. In New York he married Eleanor Everington but I cannot find her anywhere. She was born around 1877 in Woolwich, England.
    Any ideas as to how I might find when and on which ship she went out there?

    Here's hoping and thank you for looking.
    Drifter.

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    Henry Carson on the Campania in August 1894 travelled with his "wife" Ellen. Is this your man and missing Eleanor?
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    Unsure if you have this?

    Henry Carson age 21, his wife Eleanor 20, and their baby son William age 2 months, departed from Portland, Maine, United States and Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada on the ship Numidian, arrived Liverpool 20 Mar 1895.
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    1891, Litchurch, St Thomas, Derby. RG12; Piece: 2733; Folio: 137; Page: 37
    William Everington 35, engineer, Woolwich
    Eleanor Everington 37, Blandford Dorset
    Eleanor Everington 14, Woolwich
    William Everington 13, Woolwich
    Rosa Everington 11, Woolwich
    Alice Everington 7, Woolwich
    Thomas Everington 5, Fulham London
    Adeline Everington 3, Derby

    In 1881 they've been indexed on Ancestry as Carrington.
    38 Albion Rd Woolwich. RG11; Piece: 744; Folio: 114; Page: 52
    William Carrington 26, engine driver, Woolwich
    Eleanor Carrington 26, Blandford
    Eleanor Carrington 4, Woolwich
    William Carrington 3, Woolwich
    Rosa Carrington 1, Woolwich
    James Mc Cracken 60, lodger.
    Alma

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    Birth registration on the GRO Index for an Eleanor Jane EVERINGTON in the September qtr 1876 at Woolwich reg district - just in case you do not have this information.

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    Wow, I didn't have this although I knew they came back with their son.
    Thank you.
    Drifter

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    More information which I didn't have so thank you very much.
    Drifter

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    Thank you Janet, something else I didn't know.
    Drifter

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