SS Ventnor was a steamer built in Glasgow in 1901. It sank off New Zealand in 1902, leading to the deaths of 13 crew and the loss of 499 bodies of gold miners which were being repatriated to southern China. This led to the end of the practice of exhuming and returning human remains, en masse, to China from New Zealand.

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  • SS Ventnor was a steamer built in Glasgow in 1901. It sank off New Zealand in 1902, leading to the deaths of 13 crew and the loss of 499 bodies of gold miners which were being repatriated to southern China. This led to the end of the practice of exhuming and returning human remains, en masse, to China from New Zealand. (en)
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  • SS Ventnor was a steamer built in Glasgow in 1901. It sank off New Zealand in 1902, leading to the deaths of 13 crew and the loss of 499 bodies of gold miners which were being repatriated to southern China. This led to the end of the practice of exhuming and returning human remains, en masse, to China from New Zealand. (en)
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