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James Seton Mein (1833–1878)

Death of Captain Mein. — We regret to learn that Captain Mein, of the training-ship Vernon, died on board that vessel on Sunday morning. Captain Mein was known to a very large circle of friends, by whom his death will be deeply deplored.

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'Mein, James Seton (1833–1878)', People Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 14 June 2024.

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31 January, 1833
St Cuthbert, Mid-Lothian, Scotland


18 March, 1878 (aged 45)
Cockatoo Island, New South Wales, Australia

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