Montreal Emigrant Society

at a meeting of the society, held at the Emigrant Office, on the 24 August, 1832, the recording secretary reported the number of emigrants ..
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Montreal Emigrant Society., Canada -- Emigration and immigra
SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 90754
The Physical Object
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ISBN 100665907540

The Montreal Emigrant Society was established in Its main purpose was to provide transportation for immigrants who had arrived at Montréal from Québec and were destined for settlement in different parts of Lower Canada (Quebec) and Upper Canada (Ontario).

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Ward Chipman, Muster Master's Office () LAC. Montreal Emigrant Society Passage Book (). Introduction - Organizations such as the Montreal Emigrant Society were founded to help immigrants.

This research tool provides access to 1, references to people who received aid from the Montreal Emigrant Society between May 12 and November 5,   The Montreal Emigrant Society Passage Book () database provides access to 1, references and digitized documents to people who received assistance from the Montreal Emigrant Society in The Immigrants at Grosse-Île () database is the result of an agreement between Parks Canada and LAC.

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The Montreal Emigrant Society was established in Online index through the. Get this from a library. Montreal Emigrant Society: at a meeting of the society, held at the Emigrant Office, on the 24 August,the recording secretary reported the number of emigrants.

[Montreal Emigrant Society.]. - BOOK - Names of Emigrants, From the Records of James Allison, Emigrant Agent at Montreal. By The Irish Research Group, Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society. Montreal Emigrant Society Passage Book: return of poor and destitute immigrants from England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, forwarded and relieved by the Montreal Emigrant Society from 12 May to 5 November Gives names of heads of families, number in each family, occupation, from.

The Montreal Emigrant Society was founded in to provide safe passage, employment, and relief to poor and destitute immigrants from Ireland and Great Britain. They arrived at Montreal after a trans-Atlantic crossing but that was not the final destination for many. Abbrev: MES Passage Book Publication: Montreal Emigrant Society, National Archives of Canada, 12 May - 5 Nov Note: Governor General's Office - Montreal Emigrant Society Passage Book: return of poor and destitute immigrants from England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, forwarded and relieved by the Montreal Emigrant Society from 12 May to 5.

Montreal Emigrant Society Passage Book () Assisted Emigration, Toronto Emigrant Office Ontario Archives, Hawke Papers inGeneas Databases Passenger & Immigration records (commercial and free databases) In Search of Your Canadian Past: The Canadian County Atlas Project, McGill University. The Montreal Emigrant Society was established in to assist poor immigrants who needed assistance travelling to destinations in parts of Lower and Upper Canada where they planned to settle.

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Montreal Emigrant Society Passage Book: return of poor and destitute immigrants from England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, forwarded and relieved by the Montreal Emigrant Society from 12 May to 5 November Gives names of heads of families, number in each family, occupation, from what city or county, where sent in Ontario or Quebec.

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The petition of the St. Patrick’s Society of St. John, July 2nd,and the petition of the Quebec Emigrant Society, Nov. 30th,and their notification to emigrants. Also C.O. / Presentment of the Grand Jury of the District of Quebec,of 16 cases in which the Passenger Act had been evaded, and comment thereon.

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Canada, Montreal, Quebec Emigrant Office Records, The Canada, Montreal, Quebec Emigrant Office Records Index offers records from the year These records were compiled fromwho transcribed original records held by the Library and Archives Canada.

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The books have attracted widespread favourable comment from many. The Emigrants: four human lives, four broken fates W.G.

Sebald, himself an emigrant for many years, knows how does it feel to live far away from a homeland. Dr. Selwyn and I had a long talk prompted by his asking whether I was ever homesick.

I could not think of any adequate reply, but Dr. Selwyn, after a pause for thought, confessed (no other word will do) that in recent years he had been.genealogical tree.

An impression still strong in my memory is when I opened the book with the marriages of Shefford County, and found that my grandparents were listed there. It was a bit more complicated to get the subsequent generations - no Blue Drouin, no computer databases.The Children's Friend Society (CFS) was founded in London inas "The Society for the Suppression of Juvenile Vagrancy through the reformation and emigration of children".

The CFS was founded by Captain Edward Pelham Brenton and run by a group of wealthy philanthropists with the cooperation of the British Government.