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Henry Le Vesconte, a lieutenant aboard one of the ships, the HMS Erebus.

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Note found by Francis Leopold McClintock’s Expedition team in a cairn on King William Island in 1859, detailing the fate of the Franklin Expedition.

Note found by Francis Leopold McClintock’s Expedition team in a cairn on King William Island in 1859, detailing the fate of the Franklin Expedition.

Lt. Henry Thomas Dundas Le Vesconte, one of Sir John Franklin’s doomed officers, and the only crew member whose remains were interred in the U.K. Charles Francis Hall transported his skeleton to the U.S. in 1869. It was sent to the U.K. in 1873.

Lt. Henry Thomas Dundas Le Vesconte, one of Sir John Franklin’s doomed officers, and the only crew member whose remains were interred in the U.K. Charles Francis Hall transported his skeleton to the U.S. in 1869. It was sent to the U.K. in 1873.

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