There was no captain's sworn statement with this list, which was filed as an abstract. List of Passengers brought into the District of French's Bay from Foreign Countries in the Qr. ending December 31, 1827.
There was no captain's sworn statement with this list, which was filed as an abstract, though it appears to be a list from only one ship. The captain's name was listed as Wm. Smith. List of passengers brought into the District of Frenchman's Bay from Foreign Countries from the 1st of April to the 30th of June 1826.
These are passenger lists for emigrants from Ireland to the United States and Canada, arranged in date order. Please note that this is not the complete set of sailings, and that some of the lists shown may be incomplete. Thousands of records.
Ulster Ancestry undertake detailed ancestral research and family history research here in the Province of Ulster primarily in the Counties of Antrim, Armagh, Tyrone, Fermanagh, Down, Londonderry/Derry and Donegal.
Key Irish genealogy records featuring Griffith's Valuation, censuses, wills, passenger lists, militia records, and more.
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General resource page for all things County Tyrone with a vast array of information. Includes biographies, censuses, emigration records, letters, muster rolls and military records, and ships passenger lists - and much, much more.
339 records matching Donegal. The document reference in each entry below is the National Archives of Ireland reference to the original document in the archives. The microfilm reference number refers to the set of microfilms presented to Australia in 1988.
Convicts transported to Australia in the first half of the 19th Century numbered approximately 40,000. The documents relating to such transportation were housed in the State Paper Office. Most valuable are the Petitions submitted by many of the convicts or their families seeking to reduce or change the sentence, these contain family and other details. These documents were microfilmed as a Bicentennial gift to Australia. They are now online and can be searched through the WWW at the National Archives.
This list has been compiled by Edmundo Murray from Coghlan, Eduardo, El Aporte de los Irlandeses a la FormaciÃ³n de la NaciÃ³n Argentina (Buenos Aires, 1982), with a written authorisation from Margarita O'Farrell de Coghlan.
This database identifies 604,596 persons who arrived in the Port of New York, from 1846-1851. Despite the name of the records, approximately 30 percent of the passengers list their native country as other than Ireland.
These lists of Protestant and Roman Catholic emigrants from counties Carlow and Wexford intending to emigrate to British America (via Quebec) list only the head-of-household, with the numbers of persons within each family group.
In 1982, President Ronald Reagan asked Lee Iacocca, then Chairman of Chrysler Corporation, to head a private sector effort to raise funds for the restoration and preservation of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. The Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation (SOLEIF) was founded.
Permission is granted to Colonel Fealan to transport 1000 Irish for the service of the King of Spain (such as have been in Armes against the Parliament) from the ports of Wexford, Youghal. Waterford, Cork, and Kinsale.