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passengers on the ERIN - Dublin to New York 1811

ssee the original list of IRISH PASSENGER LISTS on the site:

IRISH PASSENGER LISTS as compiled by Sharon in 1997

Each ship at that link is a searchable link to the passenger names ..


A .. B .. C .. D

Eagle 1803 - EAGLE 1804 - EDWARD - EMMA PEARL - EMMA PRESCOTT - ENCREASE - ERIN - ERIN GO BRAGH

F .. G .. H .. I .. J .. K .. L .. M .. N .. O .. P .. R .. S .. T .. V .. W .. Y


List of Passengers per the Ship ERIN
- from Dublin to New York, 16 November 1811


John ANDROHAN Wexford

Mrs COOPER Co. Wexford

David DOYLE Dublin
Dennis DOYLE Dublin

William GIBBONS Ohio

James HARROLD Dublin

John LYNCH Navan

Thomas NEIL Dublin

Mrs. RILEY

Mrs. ROBINSON Queens County

Cornelius SMITH Manoch Co

Mr. THOMAS Queens County

passengers on the ERIN GO BRAGH - Liverpool to New York 1851

ssee the original list of IRISH PASSENGER LISTS on the site:

IRISH PASSENGER LISTS as compiled by Sharon in 1997

Each ship at that link is a searchable link to the passenger names ..


A .. B .. C .. D

Eagle 1803 - EAGLE 1804 - EDWARD - EMMA PEARL - EMMA PRESCOTT - ENCREASE - ERIN - ERIN GO BRAGH

F .. G .. H .. I .. J .. K .. L .. M .. N .. O .. P .. R .. S .. T .. V .. W .. Y



The "Erin Go Bragh," (Ireland Forever), was a fully-rigged, three-masted ship owned in Cork by Joshua and Abraham HARGREAVES, built of oak and tamarack, beech and elm.

During the 19th century, a total of nine million emigrants spilled out of Europe, sailing from Liverpool to America. Many immigrants from Europe were brought from Hull by rail to Liverpool 100 miles away. It was logical for Irish to aim for Liverpool as their launching pad into the New World as it was a familiar site of work for thousands of Irish farmhands who regularly crossed to Liverpool, seeking work at the end of summer on English farms. Too few opportunities existed at home and the wages in England were better. Many more ships were available in Liverpool with its big, fast vessels and speedy American packet ships. The day of departure, each emigrant had to appear before a medical officer who was paid by the ship owner or charterer one pound for every hundred passengers he gave a very rudimentary examination to, and he would stamp each ticket as proof of inspection. Passengers were entitled to board the ship 24 hours before departure.

Leaving Liverpool on March 22, 1851, bound for America (on what proved to be an uneventful trip) was the HARGREAVES' ship, "Erin Go Bragh" and 273 Irish passengers, including several large families, a few spinsters and 50 young, unattached men ready for work. Since the records do not give county of of origin, it is nearly impossible to sort out where the passengers originated from, but I note a 18-year-old laborer with the unusual name of Rose KILFEATHER.

Captain Jeremiah CASEY and his crew of 15, plus four teenage apprentices, set a good pace across the Atlantic and reached New York after 32 days at sea on April 23, 1851. Of course many, many voyages of other ships during this time period and earlier were hideous ordeals for the passengers depending on factors such as weather, number of passengers and crew, experience of the crew, condition of the ship, food supplies, time of year, illness on board, etc.

By report, a bustling, colorful scene greeted the passengers of the "Erin Go Bragh" on arrival at the South Street Seaport. Captain CASEY used the current to force the ship over to the Manhattan side of the East River. As the ship passed by a cluster of barges, some laboring dock hands looked up and greeted the few passengers on deck who called down below with details of quays turned into market places as fishing smacks disgorged their catches and schooners unloaded fresh fruit onto roughly-made stalls. Women clasped their bonnets against the wind. It was noted that no one was seen fighting over food, there were no beggars but signs of plenty all round. They saw sacks of grain being off-loaded onto barges which disappeared into the city on a network of canals. The steep sloping roofs of tall, square warehouses three stories high looked down on all the activity and many flags of the Stars and Stripes fluttered their welcome to new Americans.

Suddenly America, the Land of the Free, lay at the end of the mooring line which was spinning through the air from the hands of the second mate, Eddie McDONNELL. Per reports, a preacher on a box was exalting a small crowd to resist evil and a knot of ships' captains were seen exchanging their news.

While some faced their new life alone and unprepared, the lucky ones met families waiting for them on arrival. For aspiring farmers, there had been news of enticing land offers which had been published in emigrant circulars. The official "Colonization Circular," for instance, published each spring in Britain, gave details of farmland for sale in Canada. The circular in 1851 listed several areas where cleared land was available at 5 shillings (US $1.25) an acre stating that "one-fourth of the purchase money will be payable in five years from the date of purchase, the remaining in three equal installments at intervals of two years between each, all with interest". The limit was set at 100 acres but the reasonable terms of such offers indicated the eagerness of the Canadian and American governments at that time to hang onto the Irish emigrants to work the land. In Nova Scotia, land was sold at half that in Canada; if the full amount were paid on purchase, a 100-acre farm could !
be bought for eight pounds 15 shillings, (US $43.75).

Although it had no official backing, a booklet entitled "Nine Years in America," was in great demand in Ireland during that time. It was compiled from a series of letters sent from Thomas MOONEY, who had traveled all through America and Canada to his cousin Patrick MOONEY, a farmer in Ireland. The opening words were bound to have appealed to the hard-pressed Irish peasant. "The American farmer never pays any rent, when he takes a farm he buys it forever...two, three or possibly seven years may pass over before he is called upon by the government to pay the purchase money." MOONEY also noted that food in America was only two-thirds of the price in Ireland and public taxes about a quarter; while clothing, fuel and house rent were about equal. He noted that the facility for acquiring housing, lands, and education for children was "a hundred to one greater," and that emigrant passengers had much to look forward to.

SHIP: ERIN-GO-BRAGH
FROM: LIVERPOOL
SAILED: APRIL 25, 1851
TO: NEW YORK CITY
ARRIVED: APRIL 1851

They were all Laborers, except where it is noted of some other
occupation.

NAME - AGE - OCCUPATIONS

DOHERTY,
MICHAEL 20

GARVEY,
MALACHI 20
" ELLEN 18

COMMONS,
MICHAEL 24

NOHILL,
BARTHA 32
BIDDY 30
MARGARET 13

HAKER,
THOMAS 45
ANN 45
ELIZA 22
JOHN 12

BUTLER,
BRIDGET 45
JAMES 21
JOHN 19

BOYD,
HM. 39
MARTHA 40

BUTLER,
JAMES 18
ANN 15
MARGARET 13
JOHN 11
ELIZABETH 9
MARY 6

CANNAN,
MICHAEL 40
KATE 40
MARY 26
PAT (male) 10
ANN 13

BURKE,
PATT (male) 27

CAMANA,
MARY 6 months

FITZPATRICK,
MARY 20

MORAN,
BIDDY 20

MORRISS,
PATT (male) 21

HALDRON,
MARY 18

COSTELLO,
CELIA 20

QUINN,
KATE 13

MURRAY,
THOMAS 25

PYERS,
DERMOD 20

HOUGHTON,
MARTIN 45
KATE 40

COYNE,
PAT (male) 18
BRIDGET 13

MILKEN,
SARAH 18

KEAN,
PATT (male) 20

MULLINS,
JOHN 25

KEEGAN,
PATT (male) 22
KATE 38

MAMON,
BRIDGET 45
THOMAS 9
KATE 6

MCMULLEN,
ALEX. 22 months

OBRIEN,
JAMS 22 months
ELLEN 24

CATAGAN,
THOMAS S22

FINN,
PAT (male) 10

CAMPBELL,
JOHN 24

MCFADDEN,
FRANCIS (male) 26

GILLESPIE,
JOHN 19

CONWELL,
PATT (male) 13
MARY 40
MARGARET 20

DEVERNEY,
MARY 12

CONWELL,
JOHN 30

MCBRERTY,
BRIAN 30
MARY 25

BOYLE,
JAMES 35

GALLAGHER,
JAMES 29
MARY 22
JOHN 6 months

LIVINGSTON,
JAMES 40
MARY 35
ROSE 7
BIDDY 6 months

MCQUADE,
ELLEN 40
PATT (male) 13

TAGNE,
JONEY 22

SWEENEY,
JOHN 24
ELLEN 22
MARY 6 months

REILLY,
JAMES 18
JOHN 18

BURNES,
ANN 18

KILFEATHER,
ROSE 18

DUFFY,
PAT (male) 20
ROSE 20
JAMES 6 months
PETER 12
JOHN 19
MARY 40
JAMES 60
JAMES 18
DENIS 20

WALSH,
ANTY 18

WILSON,
WILLIAM 30
ELLEN 30
ANASTASIA 3

GREEHY,
JAMES 26

MURRAY,
MARGARET 27

BRIEN,
BRIDGET 25
ALICE 24

BARRATT,
ELLEN 25

RYAN,
JAMES 35

TIMLON,
ELIZA 20

MCGRATH,
ANN 16

MURRAY,
KATE 16

MATTHEWS,
B. 12
LAR 8

WARD,
M. 25

KANE,
JOHN 21
MARY 20

HOPKINS,
HONOR (female) 20

SMITH,
PAT (male) 30
ANN 7

MONE,
CHAS. 58

MONAGHAN,
PAT (male) 25

BREHENY,
JOHN 27
MARY 25
MARIA 9

CUDDY,
HONOR (female) 50
HONOR (female) 16
JOHN 13

FARNEY,
ELLEN 18

HOGAN,
ANN 18

CORCORAN,
JOHN 25
MARY 25
MARY 6 months

KILLAN,
ELLEN 30
KATE 6 months

MCGUIRE,
THOMAS 21

MALONEY,
THOMAS 26

FITZPATRICK,
MARY 20

MORAN,
BRIDGET 20

GIBBONS,
TOBIAS 18

FLINN,
THOMAS 24
MARGARET 24
BRIDGET 18

MCCANN,
PAT. (male) 40

MARTIN,
MARGARET 35

MCGINNIS,
MARGARET 22

KELLY,
PAT 36
BRIDGET 38
MARY 17
JAMES 15
PAT (male) 12
ELLEN 12
JAMES 2

HONORS
(female) 6 months

FOLEY,
BARBARA 17

CONLON,
ELIZABETH 17

GIBNEY,
JOHN 10

CAHILL,
JOHN 17
ELLEN 56
PAT. (male) 50
MARY 30
THOMAS 23
MARY 30
MARGARET 20
JOHN 6 months

CLARK,
SARAH 18

COSROVE,
BRIDGET 18
JAMES 10
ANN 7

CORAN,
ELI. 10

COSROVE,
KATE 30
MARY 6

BUTLER,
RICD. 54
JANE 51
JOHN 14
JANE 12
RICD. 9

SHAUGHNESSY,
THOMAS 20

HEFFEREN,
MICK. 35

FLYNN,
PAT (male) 20

HENLEY,
CON (male) 21

ALLEN,
THOMAS 34
ELLEN 60

passengers on the FAME - Derry to Philadelphia 1811

ssee the original list of IRISH PASSENGER LISTS on the site:

IRISH PASSENGER LISTS as compiled by Sharon in 1997

Each ship at that link is a searchable link to the passenger names ..


A .. B .. C .. D .. E

FAME - FRANKLIN - FREE TRADER - FREEMASON -

G .. H .. I .. J .. K .. L .. M .. N .. O .. P .. R .. S .. T .. V .. W .. Y



List of Passengers per Ship FAME, Captain William Pollock,
arrived at Philadelphia from Derry, 31 August, 1811, in 63
days.


Francis Alcorn & Wife
James Alcorn
Joseph Alcorn

James Anderson

James Arthur

Esther Bailey

John Calcorn & Family
Rose Carolan

George Crocket
Samuel Crocket

George Crockett
John Crockett
Robert Crockett

Eliz. Cross

George Culbert

James Dickey
Nathaniel Dickey
Samuel Dickey

John George

James Grimes

Robert Hector

Moses Hunter

John Kerr
Mathew Kerr

James Martin
Martha Martin
Samuel Martin

John McArthur
Robert McArthur

James McCloskey

James McConnell

Arch. McElroy & Family

Hugh McKinley

H. McLaughlin

Mrs. McTogart & Family

James Neilson

Joshua Orr
Robert Orr

Martha Quigley

Charles Quin

James Reed

Samuel Rodgers

John Rutherford
Mary Rutherford
Sarah Rutherford

Jane Simon

George Symth

Ann Torrers
Ruth Torrers
Samuel Torrers

passengers on the FRANKLIN - Liverpool to New York 1827

ssee the original list of IRISH PASSENGER LISTS on the site:

IRISH PASSENGER LISTS as compiled by Sharon in 1997

Each ship at that link is a searchable link to the passenger names ..


A .. B .. C .. D .. E

FAME - FRANKLIN - FREE TRADER - FREEMASON -

G .. H .. I .. J .. K .. L .. M .. N .. O .. P .. R .. S .. T .. V .. W .. Y



Complete passenger list of the ship "FRANKLIN" of NEW YORK
- sailed from Liverpool to New York, arriving on 22 June 1827
The Captain was ROBERT L. TAYLOR - Master from Liverpool

COPIED BY: MARY ELLEN LANIGAN REISENAUER on 15 March 1997
- see original site for more

1. ? MAITTARD, OR MAINARD(IS SMEARED) AGE 42

2. P.? LAUGHTON AGE 27 FROM IRELAND - LABORER
3. P.M. LAUGHTON AGE 30 FROM IRELAND
4. MARY LAUGHTON AGE 22 FROM IRELAND

5. JUNE OR JAMES M.CHAPMIN OR CHAPLIN AGE 20 FROM IRELAND

6. JOHN FINNIGAN AGE 18 - PAINTER
7. JOHN FINNIGAN AGE 30 - CHANSELLOR

8. JOHN W. CRAFT AGE 32 FROM SHETFIELD, ENGLAND - CABINET MAKER

9. JOHN WESTCROFT(OR SIMILAR SPELLING) AGE 32 - CABINET MAKER

10. GEORGE ROBINSON AGE 30 FROM IRELAND - PEDDLER

11. WILLIAM REECE AGE 24 FROM CHESHIRE, ENGLAND
12. OWEN REECE AGE 4

13. MARY HARRY AGE 17

14. THOMAS) MORGAN OR MAHEN AGE 18 FROM DEUBYN, ENGLAND, OR DUBLIN, IRELAND - LABORER

15. JOHN ARMSTRONG AGE 12 FROM HURDALENSFOLE, ENGLAND

16. JAMES EASTON AGE 50 - WEAVER

17. JOHN BOOTH AGE 27 FROM ROCHDALE, ENGLAND

18. MARTHA GUINISS OR GUINNIER (OR SIMILAR SPELLING) AGE 24

19. THOMAS JACKSON AGE 26 FROM ROCHESTER, ENGLAND - LABORER

20. JOHN BOTTENITY (OR SIMILAR SPELLING) AGE 20 - HATTER

21. WILL GALLOP OR KALLOP AGE 20

22. JOHN WILLIS AGE 35 FROM LONDON OCCUPATION IS PAINTER

23. ROBERT TAYLOR AGE 30 FROM MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - PAINTER

24. WILLIAM JONES AGE 14 - LABORER

25. JOHN SEATHE (OR SIMILAR SPELLING) AGE 19

26. THOMAS WHITTAKER AGE 38 FROM BLACKBURN, ENGLAND - STONE MASON

27. ISAAC FLOYD AGE 45 FROM LONDON OCCUPATION - GUARDMAN

28. ROBERT HULCHEN, HUTCKEN (OR SIMILAR SPELLING) AGE 26 FROM WALES - TANNER

29. ABRAHAM CARTER AGE 41 FROM RIBCHESTER, ENGLAND - WOOD TURNER
30. MARTHA CARTER AGE 28
31. ABRAHAM CARTER AGE 2

32. THOMAS RARPTON, RASTON, RALSTON (OR SIMILAR SPELLING) AGE 32 FROM HARWOOD, ENGLAND - MERCHANT

33. HANNAH KING AGE 19 FROM BLUCHBUN, ENGLAND

34. MAY OR MARY LITTLE AGE 28

35. JONAS OR JAMES HUDSON AGE 23 FROM CATHY, ENGLAND - CLOTHERY

36. KENNY OR HENRY HARTFORD AGE 37 FROM LANCHESTER, ENGLAND - BUTCHER

37. JOHN POOLE AGE 16

38. BENY OR BENJAMIN GIBSON AGE 27 FROM HUDDLESFIELD, ENGLAND - GROCER

39. JOSEPH LOWE OR LOWELL AGE 20 FROM MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - SHOE MAKER

40. WILLIAM OR WILL YEATS AGE 35

41. JOSEPH LOWERSON OR LAWSON (SIMILAR SPELLING) AGE 35

42. ED WRIGHT AGE 23 FROM RUALON ? OCCUPATION - BLACKSMITH.

43. JAMES LAWOOD OR SELLWOOD (OR SIMILAR SPELLING) AGE 20 - LABORER

44. ELIZABETH HEWITT AGE 35 FROM MANCHESTER, ENGLAND
45. MARY HEWITT AGE 10

46. ALICE MARTTHOW, MATHEW (OR SIMILAR SPELLING) AGE 42

passengers on the FREE TRADER - Cork to New York 1847

ssee the original list of IRISH PASSENGER LISTS on the site:

IRISH PASSENGER LISTS as compiled by Sharon in 1997

Each ship at that link is a searchable link to the passenger names ..


A .. B .. C .. D .. E

FAME - FRANKLIN - FREE TRADER - FREEMASON -

G .. H .. I .. J .. K .. L .. M .. N .. O .. P .. R .. S .. T .. V .. W .. Y



Passengers on Ship FREE TRADER
- from Cork to New York 25 June 1847


Thomas Bass
Margaret Bass

Mary Bigley

John Brian

Dennis Callaghan

Hannah Connell

William Deane

Mary Desmond

Johanna Foley

William Flynn

Thomas Good

Hermione Harris

Thomas Kenedy

Bridget Kirby

Arthur McGuire

Timothy Murphy

John Munday
Maurice Munday

Michael Roche

Bridget Scannell

Catherine Sullivan
John Sullivan

Daniel Sweeney

Maria Townley

passengers on the FREEMASON - Cork to ? 1764

ssee the original list of IRISH PASSENGER LISTS on the site:

IRISH PASSENGER LISTS as compiled by Sharon in 1997

Each ship at that link is a searchable link to the passenger names ..


A .. B .. C .. D .. E

FAME - FRANKLIN - FREE TRADER - FREEMASON -

G .. H .. I .. J .. K .. L .. M .. N .. O .. P .. R .. S .. T .. V .. W .. Y




The brig Freemason, arrived 27 December 1764 from Cork

... not known if this is a complete list


Richard Burk

John Brown

Mary Dresden

John Roberts

Edward Moor
John Moor

John Lyon

Matthew McNamara

Andrew Barrett

David Howe

Martin Dunavan
Mary Dunavan
William Dunavan

Catherine Lynch

Malaky Field

John Cleary

passengers on the GEORGE - Belfast to New York 1804

see the original list of IRISH PASSENGER LISTS on the site:
IRISH PASSENGER LISTS as compiled by Sharon in 1997

Each ship at that link is a searchable link to the passenger names ..


A .. B .. C .. D .. E .. F

GEORGE 1803 - GEORGE 1804 - GERMANIC - GLENMORE - GLOBE GOLCONDA - GUY MANNERING

H .. I .. J .. K .. L .. M .. N .. O .. P .. R .. S .. T .. V .. W .. Y


GEORGE
- Belfast to New York 25 February 1804

COCHRAN, Agnes - 28 & 4 Children Down,
COCHRAN, Alexander - 36, Farmer, Down,

CROTHERS, John - 44, Farmer, Antrim,
CROTHERS, Rt. - 30, & 4 children Antrim,
CROTHERS, William - 34, Farmer, Antrim,

DAWSON, John - 18, Farmer, Antrim,

DUNCAN, Thomas - 18, Labourer, Antrim,

FLEMING, Margaret - 20, Spinster, Down,

GRAY, Jane - 27, Spinster, Antrim,
GRAY, Thomas - 30, Farmer, Antrim,

HINGER, William - 20, Gentleman, Drumara,

JOHNSTON, John - 50, Farmer, Antrim,

MARTIN, Elenor - 70, Spinster, Down,

O'HAMILL, Peter - 27, Labourer, Antrim,

REA, David - 24, Farmer, Antrim,

SMITH, Andrew - 24, Farmer, Down,

SPROWL, James - 30, Farmer, Down,

TEMPLETON, Edward - 20, Farmer, Coleraine,
TEMPLETON, Jane - 18, Spinster, Coleraine,

WILSON, Hans - 24, Farmer, Bangor,

passengers on the GEORGE - Dublin to New York 1803

ssee the original list of IRISH PASSENGER LISTS on the site:
IRISH PASSENGER LISTS as compiled by Sharon in 1997

Each ship at that link is a searchable link to the passenger names ..


A .. B .. C .. D .. E .. F

GEORGE 1803 - GEORGE 1804 - GERMANIC - GLENMORE - GLOBE GOLCONDA - GUY MANNERING

H .. I .. J .. K .. L .. M .. N .. O .. P .. R .. S .. T .. V .. W .. Y



NOTE - both lists seem to be the same ...

GEORGE
- New Bedford and Dublin to New York
- 16 August & 29 August 1803

From New Bedford on 16 August 1803

BRANNON, Michael - 23,Farmer, Mayo,

DOYLE, Patrick - 20,Farmer, Mayo,

EVANS, Mark - 30,Farmer, Queen's Co.
EVANS, Mary, Queen's Co.

FITZPATRICK, Bernard/Wife/Child - 36, Farmer, Tullamore,

HENNEY, James - 25,Farmer, Dublin County,

LYONS, John - 30,Farmer, Tullamore,

O'BRIEN, John - 28,Clar., Dublin,

O'HARA, Henry - 23,Farmer, Clare,


From Dublin on 19 August 1803

BANNON, MichAEl - 23, Farmer, Mayo,

DOYLE,Patrick - 20, Farmer, Mayo,

EVANS,Ann, - Wife Queens Co,
EVANS,Mark - 30, Farmer, Queens Co,

FITZPATRICK, Bernard/Wife/Child - 36,Farmer, Tullamore,

FRENCH, Stephen - 45, Merchant, Carrick-on-Suir,

HENNESSY, James - 25, Labourer, Dublin,

LYONS, John, - 30, Farmer, Tullamore,

MADDEN, Hugh, - 30, Clerk, Dublin,

MATS, Joyce - 18, Clerk, Dublin,

O'BRIEN, John - 28, Clerk, Dublin,

O'HARA, Heny. - 23 Farmer, Clare,

ROE, Peter - 30, Merchant, Ross,

passengers on the GERMANIC - Queenstown to New York 1903

ssee the original list of IRISH PASSENGER LISTS on the site:
IRISH PASSENGER LISTS as compiled by Sharon in 1997

Each ship at that link is a searchable link to the passenger names ..


A .. B .. C .. D .. E .. F

GEORGE 1803 - GEORGE 1804 - GERMANIC - GLENMORE - GLOBE GOLCONDA - GUY MANNERING

H .. I .. J .. K .. L .. M .. N .. O .. P .. R .. S .. T .. V .. W .. Y


The Germanic

Partial list of passengers from Ireland to New York in June 1903

The GERMANIC, A White Star Line Steamship, was in operation from 1875
through 1950.
According to the book: SHIPS OUR ANCESTORS CAME ON, this ship
could carry 220 First Class and 900 Third Class Passengers.

The following list of passengers sailed from Queenstown on 4 June, 1903 and arrived in New York on 12 June.

They are from ONE PAGE: (page 7) of the "Steerage List or Manifest of Alien Passengers For the Immigration Officer At Port of Arrival".
Passengers had to indicate that they had tickets to their final
destination, who had paid for their passage and how much money they
had if less than $50.00

ROSE MORIARTY, 40, Married, h-wife, Irish, from Derrymore to Richmond Hills, Long Island, NY; passage paid by husband, joining husband, Michael Moriarty in Richmond Hills, has $50.
JOHN MORIARTY, 7, single, child, born in US, passage paid by father, Michael Moriarty, Richmond Hills,NY.
JAMES MORIARTY, 6, ditto;
EDWARD MORIARTY, 11 months, ditto

STASIA KEANE, 22, single, h-keeper, from New Ross to New York; passage paid by Aunt M.P. MAHER, 308 W.16th St.NY, has $5.

ANNIE HEALY, 18, single, servant, from New Ross to Chicago; passage paid by sister, Nellie, 1314 Philmore St. Chicago. has $5.

JAMES KANE, 19, single,labr., Ballymote to New York; passage paid by uncle, Martin J. Kane, 2118 Second Ave,NY, has $10.

MARY DULLY, 21, single, servant, from Cork to Hartford,CT.Relative in US: brother, Joseph Dully, 2042 Eighth Ave, NY (crossed out), 174 Putnam St. has $10.

MARTIN HOLLAND, 17, labr., from Laigua to Philadelphia; passage paid by brother, Charles, Devoan,PA. has $15.

PATRICK CASSIDY 29, Labr, from Clones to South Chicago; passage paid by brother, Eugene Cassidy, agent Kellys Brewing Co., Whiting, Chicago. has $30.

EMILY SHAW, 20, servt, from Carlow to Rockville; passage paid by cousin Cath CLANCY, 48 Market St. Rockville Ctr. has $3.

KATE ROOHAN, 20, servt, from Athlone to Greenpoint, Brooklyn; passage paid by brother, John, 42 Sutton St., Greenpoint, Brooklyn. has $10.

JAMES ROGERS, 18, farmer, from Cork to New York; passage paid by brother, Francis Rogers, 148 East 97th St. NY. has $30.

LIZZIE DONOHUE, 18, servt. from Cork to New York; passage paid by aunt, Mary LAMBE, 550 West 55th St.NY, has $2.

DANIEL SULLIVAN, 21, labr.from Cork to Brooklyn; passage paid by cousin, Mrs. N. HEALY, 20 Sand St.Brooklyn, NY. has $3.

ELLEN ROWE, 20, h-maid, from Kilkenny to Lenox, Mass.; passage paid by
cousin, Ellen BARRY, Depot St. Lenox, Mass. has $10.

DELIA MULLAHY, 19, servt. from Cork to New York; passage paid by sister, Winnie, 105 West 48th St, NY. has $50.

ELLEN FINNEGAN, 17, h-maid, from Bailieborough to East Orange/ Newark;
passage paid by uncle, James J. Finnegan, 50 Sterling St, East Orange, Newark. has $20.

MICHAEL FORD, 18, labr. from Loughrea to New York; passage paid by brother, Patrick Ford, 723 Columbus Ave, NY. has $4.

PATRICK HILL, 21, from Frankford to New York; passage paid by brother, John Hill, 353 West 16 St.NY. has $15.

BRIDGET COUGHLIN, 20, servt. from Cork to Jersey City, NJ. passage paid by brother, Michael Coughlin, 388 Johnstown Ave. Jersey City. has $15.

JOHN O'NEILL, 26, tailor, from Kerry to New York; passage paid by sister, Mary O'Neill, 83 West 119th St. NY. has $10.

MARY BRENNAN, 19, servt. from Kerry to Milwaukee; passage paid by brother, John Brennan, 65 6th St, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, has $20.

JOHN MCKENNA, 19, labr. from Castlegregory to Holyoke; passage paid by
sister, Ellen McKenna, Pine St. Holyoke, Mass. has $30.

RICHARD LEE, 23, from Cork to New York; passage paid by sister, Mary Lee, 74 Dee Street, NY. has $25.

PATRICK MURPHY, 23, from Cork to San Francisco; passage paid by brother Jerh Murphy, Box 12 Pleasanton, San Francisco, Cal. has $6.

KATIE NOLAN, 16, servt. from Carlow to Chicago; passage paid by sister, Lizzie Kealy, 4643 Wallace St. Chicago. has $3.

KATE CONNELLY, 16, servant from Menlough to Columbus; passage paid by sister, Mary Connelly, 571 East Town St, Columbus, Ohio. has $8.

DANIEL BARRETT, 18, labr. from Limerick to Bradford; passage paid by
brother, Cornelius, 23 Grove St. Bradford,PA. has $2.

PATRICK QUILTY, 24, labr. from Limerick to Brooklyn; passage paid by uncle, John MURPHY, 448 Van Brunt St. Brooklyn, NY. has $11.

passengers on the GLENMORE - Belfast to New York 1849

ssee the original list of IRISH PASSENGER LISTS on the site:
IRISH PASSENGER LISTS as compiled by Sharon in 1997

Each ship at that link is a searchable link to the passenger names ..


A .. B .. C .. D .. E .. F

GEORGE 1803 - GEORGE 1804 - GERMANIC - GLENMORE - GLOBE - GOLCONDA - GUY MANNERING

H .. I .. J .. K .. L .. M .. N .. O .. P .. R .. S .. T .. V .. W .. Y


List of Passengers on Ship GLENMORE
from Belfast to New York, 29 January 1849.


Andrew Batty

Thomas Bell

Ann BellMary Donaldson
William Donaldson

Robert Doran

Margaret Elliott

John English

Bridget Frasier

Andrew Largoon

James McDonald

Ann McVeagh

Biddy Malley

Thomas Milliga

Mary Morton

William Munroe

Ellen Rodgers

George Scarlett

Richard Shephard

Charles Stars

Mary Steel

Molly Tatton

John Whitelock