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Old 11-16-2013, 02:02 AM
Join Date: Jan 2007
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several years ago I did a completed index of all people mentioned in Lloyd's Steamboat Directory and Disasters. Sorry but your millers were not listed. how ever Lytle does list the str. Queen City as exploded 5-25-1846 Natchez, Mississippi. with 12 killed. Way in his steamboat directory #4610 lists the Queen City a sidewheel packet wood hull built at Cincinnati, Ohio in 1843 318 tons. She collapsed a flue while at Natchez, Miss May 24, 1846 resulting in 12 deaths, many of them German emigrants. Try the Natchez paper and the Cincinnati papers.
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