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Private George Scrimshaw (1824........)


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This information was kindly supplied by Bruce Goodman  
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After landing as a convict guard in Hobart in the "Samuel Boddington", he went to Sydney and on 9 July 1846 he left with his Regiment on the "Levant" for Wellington NZ. I guess his almost 6 months stay in Australia qualifies this Kiwi as having Australian ancestry! It is highly probable that their first child (Thomas Arthur Scrimshaw) was born in Australia.



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