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Dochfour 6 June 1836

Contributor Information: Sent by Marjorie Goodfellow to the Canadian Ships Lists Pre 1865 CAN-SHIPSLISTS-PRE1865-L@rootsweb.com. This is a mailing list I host for the discussion and sharing of information regarding ship passenger lists, immigration records, naturalization records and ships' lists substitutes for immigration to Canada before 1865. To subscribe send "subscribe" to can-shipslists-pre1865-l-request@rootsweb.com (mail mode) or can-shipslists-pre1865-d-request@rootsweb.com (digest mode)."

Source Information: found in Notary Archibald Campbell's greffe.

"...On this sixth day of June one thousand, eight hundred and thirty six:... appeared William Johns, commander of the ship Dochfour of Bristol and the undersigned steerage passengers on board ... the said vessel, which the said William Johns...for the use...of the said steerage passengers, by the overseers of the parishes by whom the said steerage passengers were sent out; and the said several passengers, whose names, marks, and signatures are hereunto affixed so hereby acknowledge to have received the several sums of money....

T.O.C Farly
John Maton
Henry? Weeks, his mark
George Spredberg, his mark
James Bishop, his mark
John Maggs, his mark
James Keel, his mark
Samuel Strong, his mark
Benj Spredburg, his mark
David Thomas, his mark
Signature illegible: C. Leferadlelry?
Henry Ranger, his mark
Edwd Holloway, his mark
Willm Ranger, his mark
Herman Spradbury, his mark
William Leach
George Albert, his mark
Isaac Phillimore, his mark
John Kite, his mark
Charles Hutchins, his mark
Geo. Rowley, his mark
Thos. Rowley, his mark
John Mitchell
Giles Collins, his mark
Thos. Rnirgie?, his mark

These are steerage passenger names that appeared in document no. 7104, Notary Archibald Campell, Quebec City, Microfilm no. M173/175, Archives nationales du Québec.

Should you wish to see the actual document, send a request for a photocopy to
Archives nationales du Québec
P. O.ox 10450
Sainte Foy, QC G1V 4N1
www.anq.gouv.qc.ca

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