Where and how to find your ancestors on ships passenger lists to Canada. Ask for help or give help to others looking for passenger lists
Latest Activity: May 24, 2016
Started by Robyne Moran Dec 9, 2013. 0 Replies 0 Likes
Hello Everyone, I would like help on my questions. An ancestor of mine from what I have been told was lost at sea, what I would like to know if he was the only person or were their others on board…Continue
Started by Lorine McGinnis Schulze. Last reply by Donald Richard Mathieson Feb 16, 2013. 7 Replies 0 Likes
If your ancestors immigrated to Canada from Europe, England, Ireland, Scotland, Germany or other countries that required a journey across the ocean, you will be looking for ships passenger…Continue
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Started by Peter Rudd. Last reply by Julia Coppard May 17, 2011. 2 Replies 0 Likes
Hello, I am researching my grandmother's ancestry as I am trying to prove UK ancestry for myself for work purposes. My grandmother was Constance Mabel Mitchinson. She was born in Wigton,…Continue
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I am looking for my SW German ancestors who could have been among the "Foreign Protestants" that came in early 1700s to Luneberg Co Nova Scotia near Halifax. They probably left NS in 1740 to go to Lancaster PA in the USA.
My Irish ancestor Andrew Casey a Shoemaker came from Cork IE to Halifax, NS in late 1700s and went south to South Eastern Missouri.
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