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Old 03-09-21, 16:05
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Thanks. He’s Simeon James Huband, aged 3, son of James (John James) Huband and his wife Emma Née Ruby.
Do you know the ship's name?
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Old 04-09-21, 07:36
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I believe Conrad.
That’s for the death.

The birth at sea was on the Arrogant. That was an Ariel. I have that.
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Old 04-09-21, 07:46
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Thanks. He’s Simeon James Huband, aged 3, son of James (John James) Huband and his wife Emma Née Ruby.
I assume you have seen this.

Well they are definitely on the Conrad no mention of children. They are very young.

https://indexes.records.nsw.gov.au/e...00360.jpg&No=3
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Old 04-09-21, 07:49
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I believe that deaths at sea were supposed to be registered at the next port, but I have no idea whether that actually happened.
Some were already doing this but it wasn't mandatory until 1856.
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Old 04-09-21, 13:32
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I couldn't find anything, but a lot of people have this on Ancestry trees:

12 Oct 1855 Sulawesi Tengah, Indonesia

I couldn't see that anyone had a source for this information.

BTW, he wasn't aged 3 as his birth was registered in Q1 1855. Some people have birth info: 13 Jan 1855 Stonehouse, Devon, but again, no source recorded.
Just found this thread on the Ancestry message boards and it sounds plausible considering there are so many with Sulawesi Tengah, Indonesia for lost at sea etc

https://www.ancestry.com/boards/surn...Type=FLAT_VIEW
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