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Clan Chisholm

Clan Chisholm

Crew Agreements regarding the Clan Chisholm

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Clan Chisholm 'Agreement and Account of Crew'
Clan Chisholm "Agreement and Account of Crew"
Page 1 - Voyage from Glasgow (9 July 1912) to India and back to the UK - Birkenhead (25 November 1912). From the Maritime History Archive at the Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada 
 
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Clan Chisholm 'Agreement and Account of Crew'
Clan Chisholm "Agreement and Account of Crew"
Page 2 - Voyage from Glasgow (9 July 1912) to India and back to the UK - Birkenhead (25 November 1912). Frank Wilson, a carpenter, is shown as living at 35 The Woodland, Birkenhead. Previously on the Calchas. From the Maritime History Archive at the Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada 
 
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Clan Chisholm 'Agreement and Account of Crew'
Clan Chisholm "Agreement and Account of Crew"
Page 3 - Voyage from Glasgow (9 July 1912) to India and back to the UK - Birkenhead (25 November 1912). Francis Wilson's is a Carpenter, and boarded on 12 July 1912. On 30 Aug 1912 he died in East London, South Africa. His wages to the time of death were 3:5:9. From the Maritime History Archive at the Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada 
 
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Clan Chisholm 'Agreement and Account of Crew'
Clan Chisholm "Agreement and Account of Crew"
Page 4 - Voyage from Glasgow (9 July 1912) to India and back to the UK - Birkenhead (25 November 1912).

Description of Francis Wilson's death: "fell from the side of the vessel's haws [hawsers? Def: 'A cable or rope used in mooring or towing a ship'] whilst performing his duties at the Port of East London fell into the river. The accident was unnoticed at the time and when the body was discovered in the water and recovered it was found that life was extinct. A Court of Inquiry has been held this day at East London but the finding has not been given up to the time of sailing. The master has handed over to me the account of deceased's wages together with the discharge book and the balance of wages due to deceased amounting to 3:5:9 which I have examined and certify to be correct. The remainder of the deceased's personal effects have been retained by the master and I have taken an inventory of the same which will be found endorsed in the official log under my official stamp and signature. /s/ Shipping Office, East London."

From the Maritime History Archive at the Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada 
 
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Clan Chisholm 'Agreement and Account of Crew'
Clan Chisholm "Agreement and Account of Crew"
Page 5 - Voyage from Glasgow (9 July 1912) to India and back to the UK - Birkenhead (25 November 1912). From the Maritime History Archive at the Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada 
 


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