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Re: Burrows/Parker in Bermuda
Posted by: David Asprey (ID *****8640) Date: July 21, 2002 at 08:26:06
In Reply to: Re: Burrows/Parker in Bermuda by David Asprey of 897

I wrote, in error: <<3 Jul 1911 on BERMUDIAN (with Mary Parker 68 born Southampton UK>>

It should have been, "Southampton, Bermuda", and she also lived at Warwick, Bermuda. Looks as if this Mary Parker may have been Dr Rudolph Burrows' mother. They were going to 7 Abbott Street, Highland Park, New Brunswick NJ.

The "brother" George Loblein seems to have been born c1863 and naturalised US citizen in 1921 at the Supreme Court, Mineola NY. He had addresses (1920) 365 East 28th St, Brooklyn and (1921 & 1923) 110 North Longbranch Ave, Freeport NY.

Parker's 1894 visit seems to have been to New York, not Canada.

The 1909 PRINCE GEORGE voyage was of a Robert H Parker 54 and a US citizen, presumably travelling with his wife Mary A Parker. Maybe unrelated - ther original manifest image is unavailable.

There was a further voyage, arriving 1 Nov 1923 on FORT VICTORIA. As he mentions a frined, R D Lightbourn of St George's, Bermuda as his contact, I wonder whether his wife was deceased? He was travelilng in transit to another "brother" (the manifest is not clear) E F Darrell of 11 Broadway NYC

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