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DOUGLAS Robert and Elizabeth Robinson, where did they come from.
Posted by: Frances Heyer (ID *****8667) Date: December 12, 2012 at 19:08:26
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Robert Douglas arrived in South Australia on the "Lady Bute: 1839, he was on officer on the boat. Elizabeth Robinson was an assisted migrant on the boat. The couple married and settled in Adelaide. Elizabeth's obituary asked for Scottish papers to copy, and the "Lady Bute" voyage began from Scotland. I would like to know where the couple came from, but as their names are very common, it is hard to pinpoint?


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