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Re: [englishresearch] Boomeang or Boomerang ?

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  • Shirley and Terry Hayes
    Hi Lyn, I do know that there was a ship called BOOMERANG came out to Aust. (1873) as I have just finished transcribing it. Will get back to you if I can find
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      Hi Lyn, I do know that there was a ship called BOOMERANG came out to Aust.
      (1873) as I have just finished transcribing it. Will get back to you if I
      can find anything more about your 1850 Boomerang. Shirley in Queensland,
      Australia
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: Lyn Robinson <lrobbomelton@...>
      To: <englishresearch@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Wednesday, March 14, 2001 2:03 PM
      Subject: [englishresearch] Boomeang or Boomerang ?


      > Hi list
      > Can anyone enlighten me re a passenger ship to Australia in the 1850's,
      I am seeking a James Frederick Hill, from Upton , Somerset UK. and have had
      one reply saying that a James Hill arrived on the Boomeang. Would this be
      meant to be the Boomerang or was there a Boomeang that brought passengers to
      Aust.If so, can anyone help me find out if my James Jill is the one I am
      seeking ,as there were several by that name that arrived here. Mine would
      have been abt 22 years of age His father was ThomasHill[mother Jane
      McGregor]from Upton Somerset and my head is sore from banging it up against
      a brick wall!
      > Thanks
      > Lyn
      > email lrobbomelton@...
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