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Taking the Plunge on Ships' Passenger Lists

George G. Morgan

There was a time when I thought that undertaking a search for my ancestors on ships' passenger lists would be as perilous as the journey they took to cross the ocean. I'll be the first to admit that I was a coward, intimidated by what I thought was certain to be a hopeless waste of time. Most of my ancestors arrived prior to the American Revolution, you see, and I had been told that passenger lists from that time had been maintained in the port of entry, and that most of them had probably been lost or destroyed. Boy, how is that for discouraging news!

What I have learned over the years, though, is that there really is a huge collection of passenger lists available. Most of the records have not been digitized and placed online on the Internet or in databases, but there certainly are indices that can help you locate where to search for the originals, or for microfilm and scanned images. In "Along Those Lines . . ." this week, I want to provide a high level overview to help dispel some myths, and to point you to some excellent resources to begin your own search for those invaluable passenger records. Click to Continue Article (offsite)

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LONDON: England to Victoria, Australia, 1865
NORFOLK: England to Victoria, Australia, 1857
LONDON: England to Victoria, Australia, 1853
Passengers from various ships from Scotland to Massachusetts between 1716 and 1766.
EXPEDITION JOHN MCKENZIE: England to South Carolina, 1729
Passengers to New England on the ARABELLA May 27th, 1671.
Passengers from England to Boston, New England on the HAPY RETURNE June, 1670.
SPEEDWELL: England to New England, 1656
Scottish Prisoners aboard the JOHN AND SARAH sent to New England in 1652.
SUSAN AND ELLEN: England to New England, 1635

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Taking the Plunge on Ships' Passenger Lists
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Ship Passenger Lists to Nova Scotia, Canada: Miscellaneous Ships
Ship Passenger Lists to Pennsylvania: Miscellaneous Ships
Ship Passenger Lists to the Carolinas: Miscellaneous Ships
Italian Passengers to Louisiana, 1905-10
Ship Passengers Arriving in Canada (Letter A): 1919-1924
Irish to America, 1846-1865 Passenger and Immigration Lists
Irish to America Passenger and Immigration Lists Volume 2, 1846-1886
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New York, 1820-1850 Passenger and Immigration Lists
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International and Passenger Records
Philadelphia, 1800-1850 Passenger and Immigration Lists
Boston, 1821-1850 Passenger and Immigration Lists
Baltimore, 1820-1850 Passenger and Immigration Lists
Baltimore Passenger and Immigration Lists Volume 2, 1851-1872
Italians to America, 1880-1893 Passenger and Immigration Lists
Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s

 

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