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Engineer ?
Posted: 13/09/2017 14:55:56
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I have recently found out that my GG grand dad worked for Robinson Deep as an Engineer. Circa 1903. Can any one direct me to where I can confirm this. He was a ship Engineer ( marine and Electrical) and immigrated from England with his family. His name was. William Henry Blyth. Dob. 1860 dos 1920 from lung desease. Any help appreciated. Big Grin IP: 105.228.5.55
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