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26/01/2013 6:51:07 a.m.
Jane Pegram wrote:
I am presently transcribing letters which one of my relative sent having left England to go gold digging first in Australia and then in New Zealand. I have a letter telling of his death and stating that 'he was buried on the Shotover I put a fence round the grave and a board with his name and date of death' His name was William Fleming and he died in 1863. Would there be any way of knowing whether this grave was ever found and his body reinterred? Thank you for your help.
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