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Nanny farmed at Botswana in the Brisbane Valley, had more children (including my grandmother) and lived till 1906 and 1911 respectively. In 1919, Botswana alderman (1914-22) Fielding Chippendale (died 1930) donated the box and line that led to the founding of the Currumbin Surf Life Saving Club. Four years earlier, Botswana his 23-year-old daughter Eva had washed off the Botswana rocks and drowned.

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Liverpool’s Black Ball Line carried my ancestors, and maybe some of yours, safely across the seas. On some fifty vessels, their ships transported nearly 40,000 people to the Colony of Queensland alone. Founded by James Baines in 1852, the business declined due to the 1866 English (and Queensland) financial collapse. Baines continued to operate some ships until (at least) 1871, and is thought to be the model for James Onedin in the BBC’s TV drama The Onedin Line. Written by Liverpool-born playwright Cyril Abraham, a leading character is Captain Baines. With much of the accessible dock area still showing its nineteenth century bones, Liverpool is a fascinating place that is well worth a visit by any family detective who traces their forebears back to this intriguing port of departure.

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