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Posted - 10/07/2005 :  20:50:16  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
re Emigrants from Trondheim 1867-1930. Entry #154743 for Kristian Olaus Ols. indicates he is leaving Norway aboard the Salmo owned by the Allan Line. Additional information about the ship seems to indicate it was owned by the Wilson Line as was the Tasso which took him to Grimsby England. Could you please clarify this?


Jo Anne Sadler
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Posted - 10/07/2005 :  23:42:17  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Do a ship search on this site - Salmo - it will yield much information, it was a feeder ship to Hull, England.
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