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boxer rebellion
Posted by: LEONARD LOCKYER (ID *****8388) Date: January 28, 2003 at 22:39:06
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hi i need some help here as im just a novice getting started
my grandfather leonard harry lockyer [preferred to be known as harry]born 1885 told family members he was on board a ship during the boxer rebellion as he would have been very
young i am assuming he was in the boiler room were they used young lads to clean out the boilers....now how do i go about finding imformation about records of british ships and their crews during the boxer rebellion and would my grandfather actually be listed as part of the crwe??
any imformation on sites or whatever would be appreciated
my thanks in advance .....len


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