Ten Pound Poms, and other emigres, can now be traced via a genealogy site which has got access to passenger name lists from ships leaving the UK between 1890 and 1960. The early version of Passenger Name Records covers 24 million people. The entries include passenger names, ages, departure and destination ports as well as UK …
We'll find out where Lord Lucan went ...
I'd imagine that this sort of information would be a big deal for the genealogists and family tree folks but as for the rest of us ... well, I don't give a rats' arse. There's probably some good material there for Armstrong and Miller - now THAT, I'm looking forward to!
...disappeared in 1974.
Does this mean that the US can now track all the immigrants and their decendants to expel them?
Re: US immigrats [typo, but stet]
Of course, that would mean anyone not obviously of Native American blood...
Kylie's mum's in there......
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