Out of the Frozen Deep — I

Plymouth, Stonehouse and Devonport in 1850, with Captain James Couch’s home in Somerset Place, Stoke, marked in blue, and Captain William Slaughter’s home in Buckingham Place, Stonehouse, marked in red
List of men serving on HMS Conqueror and entitled to Trafalgar medals, including James Couch, then a lieutenant UK National Archives ADM 1/171
HMS Investigator searching for Franklin’s lost ships in 1850, Ackermann © National Maritime Museum, Greenwich

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