to New Brunswick:
The ship passenger lists
Germans to Nova Scotia 1749-1752 (archived website).
- 1803 : Passenger List Reconstruction for the Polly. An attempt at an accurate passenger list reconstruction for the "Polly", the first of the Lord Selkirk's trio of vessels to arrive on Prince Edward Island (Canada) in 1803. The "Polly" arrived arrived with her passengers from the Isle of Skye, Inverness-shire, Scotland on Sunday, August 7th, 1803.
- 1828 : Loss of Brig Dispatch. Names of 158 men, women, and children who were saved from the wreck of the Dispatch which sailed from Derry, Ireland, on the 29th May 1828 for Quebec.
- 1832-1937 : Immigrants at Grosse-Île (Quebec) (Library and Archives Canada) - This database includes information on 33,026 immigrants who stayed at the Grosse-Île Quarantine Station between 1832 and 1937. Approximately two-thirds of these newcomers were from Ireland.
- 1857 : Passengers of the John McKenzie. The JOHN McKENZIE sailed from the Clyde (Scotland) May 18, 1857 and arrived at Quebec shortly before June 26, 1857. What makes this ship notable is that many of the passengers were then loaded onto the steamship Montreal which was to take them from Quebec City to Montreal. What followed was one of the worst marine disasters in Canadian history.
- 1874-1880 : Quebec Mennonite Passenger Lists (Canadian Mennonite Genealogical Resources). With Names Compared to the Hamburg Passenger Lists and Families Cross Referenced to Church Registers. Most, if not all, Mennonites coming to Canada in the 1870s travelled via Hamburg, Germany to Hull, England and then from Liverpool to Quebec.
- 1903-1910 : Passenger List Indexing Project (Nanaimo Family History Society) - Covers mainly passenger arrivals at Quebec Ports for the period July 31, 1903 to October 13, 1910. All passengers shown on the ships manifest are being indexed. This includes returning Canadians, tourists, passengers destined for the US and persons whose names have been crossed out.
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