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Immigrants proceeding to Upper Canada via New York 1817-1819

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Immigrants proceeding to Upper Canada via New York 1817-1819

Upper Canada Sundries, Reference: RG 5 A1, Volume 37, passes numbered 17228-17578, microfilm: C-4601. Civil Secretary's Correspondence - Passes signed by British Consul, New York, for Emigrants from Great Britain, 1817-1819. Microfilm available at Canadiana.org but it is not indexed. 


I have extracted the names and basic information for each of the 199 people listed below. The actual passes contain more information including age, place of origin, occupation, how many in family and sometimes detailed notes about the immigrant.

The passes begin at Image 33 with number 17228. To find an ancestor pass, just find him in the list below, copy his pass number then paste it into the search engine that says Search within this reel

  • 17228. Joseph Jefferson, wife + 2 daughters. Cumberland. Weaver
  • 17230 John Drummond, wife + 3 children. Manchester. ---maker
  • 17232 Benjamin Bernard, 23 years, Miller and farmer
  • 17234 George Carterwell/Cutterwell, Suffolk, Watchmaker, 22 years, no family
  • 17236 George Underhill, Shropshire, butcher, wife + 4 ch  (See 1851 census Vaughan, York co.  age 70)
  • 17238 John Wilson, Cavan, Ireland, farmer, wife + 1 dau
  • 17240 Robert Jones + wife, Tyrone, N. Ireland, weaver
  • 17242 Richard William, Cheshire, weaver,wife + 3 sons + 2 dau
  • 17244 Francis Wilson, Lincolnshire
  • 17246 Michael Graham, Monaghan, N. Ireland, printer. 28 Mar. 1817
  • 17248 James Hackling or Hacking, England, Mar 29, 1817. Personal letter  not formal certificate
  • 17250 Thomas Aiken or Asken, Yorkshire, Farmer, been in NY since 1816. 31 Mar 1817
  • 17251 James McGuffin, from Caledon, Ireland 1817
  • 17252 John Ashworth or Askworth + wife + 2 daus + 1 son. Co. Wicklow, Ireland, weaver. April 1817
  • 17254 James Fisher Co. Monghan, farmer, no family
  • 17256 David Ward, Yorkshire, farmer, April 1817
  • 17258 Benjamin Jones Harrison nfi
  • 17259 James Scott + wife + 3 ch, Yorkshire, farmer. 1817
  • 17260 Joseph Walker Wilson, Antrim, blacksmith, wife + son, April 1817
  • 17262 Richard Shaw, Manchester, silversmith, wife + 4 children, April 1817
  • 17263 John Ross, Fifeshire, Millright. Arrived NY 1816.  1 April 1817
  • 17264 William Willis, wife + 3 children, Tyrone N. Ireland, Sawyer April 1, 1817
  • 17266 Samuel Stevenson, wife + 2 children, Tryone, N. Ireland, Sawyer. 1 April 1817
  • 17268 Robert Morris, grandmother, wife + 2 children, Lancaster England, weaver (grandmother is stroked out) 1 April 1817
  • 17270 Thomas Walker, wife + 1 child, Scotland, Smith, 2 April 1817
  • 17272 Thomas Temple, Colerain Co. Derry farmer. 2 April 1817
  • 17274 John Fenton (personal letter) Sheffield, recently arrived from England wants to go to Upper Canada before bringing his family there. No family in Canada. April 1817
  • 17276 James Parker, wife + 4 children (3 sons, 1 dau), London, shoemaker, 3 Apr. 1817
  • 17278 Thomas Morgan, Scotland, blacksmith 3 april 1817
  • 17280 Worthy Watson, wife + 1 son + 3 daus, Armagh Ireland, farmer. 3 Apr 1817
  • 17282 Thomas Iden/Eden?, Yorkshire, carpenter, 3 April 1817
  • 17284 Mark McManus, wife + 3 sons + 1 dau, Londonderry, Labourman, 4 April 1817
  • 17286 Joseph James, Wife + child + his brother William James, Armagh N. Ireland, farmer 4 April 1817
  • 17288 Peter Bradwell, Yorkshire, Tailor 4 april 1817
  • 17290 Thomas Bedford, Yorkshire, farmer
  • 17291 James Harking, wife + 3sons + 2 daus, Leeds,
  • 17293 John McPeake, Belfast, farmer. He has a wife + 3 children in Ireland but no family going with him
  • 17295 John Gutry, Fermangh Ireland, labourer. No family
  • 17297 Alexander Cathcart, wife +son, Fermangh, Labourer 4 April 1817
  • 17299 William Taylor, England, weaver (cert + letter)
  • 17303 Robert Buchanan, Perthshire, Tailor
  • 17304 Thomas Hinkey or Hickey, Ireland, shoemaker
  • 17306 George Elliott, Omagh Ireland, farmer, no family
  • 17308 John Helmer, Dongell Ireland, labourer
  • 17310 Thomas McDonough, Fermangh Ireland, Farmer, 7 April 1817
  • 17312 Hamilton Heynes, Co. Down, Labourer
  • 17314 Edward Bouford/Benford, wife, son + 2 daughters, Warwickshire, Tailor
  • 17316 Mathew Rippey, wife 2 sons, 3 daughters, Tyrone, N. Ireland, farmer
  • 17318 Samuel Hughes/Keough wife + child, Co. Down, labourer
  • 17320 John Nash or Stark, wife 2 sons + 2 daughters, Scotland, weaver 8 April 1817
  • 17322 James McKerriger, Scotland, farmer 8 April 1817
  • 17324 Charles Hattenton or Hallister, wife, two sons (in England?), Hampshire England , farmer
  • 17326 James Shannon, Co Cavan Ireland, shoemaker, 8 April 1817
  • 17328 Dennis Reardon, wife + 4 children, Co. Limerick Ireland, hatter
  • 17330 Charles Hainer or Haines, wife 2 sons + 1 daughter, Gloucester, Millright
  • 17332 James Grant, wife 1 son, 2 daughters, Scotland, carpenter, 8 April 1817
  • 17334 John Grant, wife, 4 sons, 4 daughters, Perthshire, Scotland, carpenter
  • 17336 William Orr, Co. Cavan, carpenter
  • 17338 Willam Bishop, wife + son, Gloucester, farmer
  • 17340 William Jacks, wife + 3 sons, Northumberland, carpenter, 8 April 1817
  • 17342 Andrew Fowler/Fowls, wife + 3 children, Scotland, Tailor
  • 17344 William Harrison, Yorkshire, farmer 8 April 1817
  • 17346 Peter McPhail, Scotland, bookbinder 1817
  • 17348 James Dodds, Edinburgh, Carpenter 9 April 1817
  • 17350 George Dawson, wife + 3 children, Scotland, xxx
  • 17352 James Bell, Cumberland, Millright
  • 17354 John McCauly Wife + 1 daughter, Co. Antrim Ireland, Smith
  • 17356 David Cunningham, N. Ireland, blacksmith
  • 17358 Terrence  Conlan, Co Monaghan Ireland, farmer. No family
  • 17360 Joseph Graham, Co. Monaghan Ireland, farmer
  • 17362 William Munro, Scotland, Weaver & farmer
  • 17364 John Knox, Edinburgh, 12 April 1817
  • 17366 Robert Graham, his mother and sister, Monaghan North Ireland, farmer 12 April 1817
  • 17368 John Neilson, wife, 3 daughters + 2 sons, B-r—kshire, Tailor 14 April 1817
  • 17370 William Smith, wife, one son + 2 daughers, Ireland, farmer. 15 April 1817
  • 17372 Peter Reed, wife, 2 sons + 1 daughter, Ireland, Tailor. He was married in Montreal, was a volunteer loyal subject during the war… (see detailed description image 180)
  • 17374 James Curry, Margaret Curry + Jane Armstrong, Co. Dongall Ireland, farmer. Envelope states “James Curry, 2 sisters” 19 April 1817
  • 17376 John Wilson, wife 3 sons + 3 daughers, Jurjan? Armagh, weaver
  • 17378 John Ross, wife + 4 sons + 3 daughters, Co. Derry N. Ireland, farmer
  • 17380 Jonathan Bradwell Taylor, Yorkshire, Tailor
  • 17382 Jacob Latham, wife + 2 children, Liverpool, stone cutter
  • 17384 James McKinley, wife + 2 daughters in Ireland, Co. Antrim N. Ireland, farmer
  • 17386 Thomas Walton or Wallace, wife + 2children, Co. Tyrone, N. Ireland, carpenter
  • 17388 Philip St. John, wife + 2 sons + 1 daughter, Ireland, farmer
  • 17390-91 Samuel Allan + wife, N. Ireland, tailor 23 April 1817
  • 17392 John Claridge, wife + 3 boys, Oxfordshire, Sawyer, 23 April 1817
  • 17394 Thomas Hutchinson, wife + 2 boys + 2 daughers, Cumberland, miner & farmer
  • 17396 John Hutchinson, Cumberland, miner & farmer
  • 17398 David Cordingby, wife + son + daughter, Manchester, Dyer
  • 17400 W. Richard Hoyle or Fayle, Dublin Apothecary, 23 April 1817
  • 17402 William Claridge, wife 1 boy + 3 girls, Oxfordshire, Sawyer
  • 17404 Thomas Claridge Wife and 2 children, Oxfordshire, Sawyer
  • 17406 John Willmott, wife 6 sons +2 daughters, --shire England, Carpenter
  • 17408 John Broughton, Rutlandshire England, Labourer
  • 17410 Andrew Nesbit East Lothian Scotland, millwright.  No family 23 April 1817
  • 17412 Richard Rowell?, wife + 2 boys, R—shire, 25 April 1817
  • 17414 Thomas Stevenson Wife + 2 children, Leicester England, Cabinet Maker
  • 17416 Josiah Royer, wife + 3 children, Rutlandshire? England, farmer
  • 17418 Alexander McDonnel + wife, Co. Down, Carpenter
  • 17420 William Montague, wife + 1 child, he from Somerset in England, blacksmith
  • 17422 Hugh Craig, Scotland, Labourer. No family 29 April 1817
  • 17424 Robert Johnston, wife + mother, Donegal Ireland, farmer
  • 17428 John Smith, London, no family 29 April 1817
  • 17430 Robert Cunningham, wife + child, N. Ireland, M—Maker Note that wife + child is crossed out and “no family” written on envelope. There is an explanation about his family. See image 240
  • 17432 William Cheauvin?, wife + 6 children, --ingham, Schoolright 29 April 1817
  • 17434 John Mitchell + wife, Yorkshire, Mason
  • 17436 Daniel Silcox, Wiltshire England, farmer. No family (see FindAGrave )
  • 17438 Joseph Silcox, Wiltshire, farmer (See FindAGrave He and his brother settled in Southwold, Elgin Co. Ontario
  • 17440 Thomas Orchard, Somersetshire, England. Wheelright
  • 17442  John Wilson, no family , Tyrone N. Ireland, Mason
  • 17444 Noble Edwards, wife + 2 children, Fermanagh Ireland, Labourer 30 April 1817
  • 17446 William Orr + wife + child, Armagh, Labourer
  • 17448 Jonathan Barnes?, wife + 3 sons + 2 daughters, Gloucester, Mason
  • 17450 John Perrin + wife + son + daughter, Cheshire England, Shoemaker
  • 17452 Thomas or Joseph Lukey, wife + 2 sons, Monaghan Ireland. Envelope has two different entries: “Thos. Luckey, wife 2 sons Hugh Catherine” and “Joseph Luckey wife and sons”
  • 17454 James Hunter, wife, 2 sons, 2 daughters, Derry Ireland, Tailor
  • 17456 Alexander Dalzel, Lanarkshire, Mason
  • 17458 John Walton, Cumberland, Miner 2 May 1817
  • 17460 Thomas Stephens, wife + 4 children, Belfast Ireland, farmer 2 May 1817
  • 17461 William Boyers/Breyers, Lancashire England, farmer
  • 17463 James Grunt + wife, son + 2 daughters (Receipt for pass handed in at York 3 May 1817)
  • 17464 Thomas Argue, Co. Cavan, Blacksmith, 3 May 1817
  • 17466 Thomas Baily, Ireland, formerly in His Majesty's Service
  • 17468 John Thomas, Airshire Scotland, farmer. No family 3 May 1817
  • 17470 James Orr, wife + one child, Co. Armagh Ireland, tailer
  • 17472 Obadias Stafford + Daniel Stafford (wife and other children in England), Derbyshire, Mason
  • 17474 William Smith, Yorkshire, farmer 8 May 1817. No family
  • 17476 Alexander Cochran, Ireland, Smith. No family
  • 17478 William Hudson, Yorkshire, Smith
  • 17480 William Seaton, Aberdeen, Smith 8  May 1817
  • 17482 George Morrison, Glou--  Scotland, weaver. 8 May 1817
  • 17484 William James, Armagh, 9 May 1817
  • 17486 Robert Yates, Yorkshire, Farmer
  • 17488 William Goadley, wife + 2 children, Leicestershire, wheelsmith
  • 17490 William Shearin, wife + 6 children (receipt for pass turned in at York 21 May 1817) 
  • 17491 Edward Fletcher, (something about his wife being in Ireland – hard to read- and something about his son-in-law and daughter) Sligo Ireland, farmer.  Envelope states “no family here”
  • 17493 Samuel Phillips, Dorsetshire, Shoemaker
  • 17495 David Armstrong, wife + 4 sons + 2 daughters, Tyrone Ireland, wheelwright
  • 17496 George Watson or Wilkin, Tyrone Ireland
  • 17497 letter from Wm Skinner Mass & NH Vice Consul re several families: William Peacock, wife + 3 children; W. Peacock + wife + child; William Knaggs + wife + 2 children; George Mitchell + wife + child; Jonathon Petch; Robert Petch; Wiliam Gray; William Garber or Gruber, all single men arrived Boston in the British Brig William Cape laird from Sunderland, for intention of proceeding to Upper Canada. Dated at Boston Mass 27 May 1817 
  • 17498 John Quin, wife + five children, Ireland, farmer
  • 17500 William Mann or Mennies, Cavan, Labourer
  • 17502 John Graham, Leicester, Hosier
  • 17503 William Scott, Leicester, Hosier
  • 17504 William Rauch, wife + 1 child, Yorkshire, farmer, 4 June 1817
  • 17506 John Peters, Yorkshire, farmer, 4 June 1817
  • 17507 George Mitchell, wife + one child, Yorkshire, farmer,4 June 1817
  • 17508 Robert Peters, Yorkshire, Farmer, 4 June 1817
  • 17509 William Noble, wife + 5 children, Yorkshire, farmer, 4 June 1817
  • 17510 James McQuenton, wife + 4 children, Belfast Ireland, weaver
  • 17511 William Smith + wife + 4 sons, Yorkshire, farmer and miller, 8 June 1817
  • 17513 John Dickson, Yorkshire, farmer just arrived from England
  • 17514 John Thorn Jr? Devonshire, mason. 14 June 1817
  • 17516 John Thorn, Devon England, Mason, 14 June 1817
  • 17518 James Tapp or Taff, wife + 2 son + 2 daughters, Dublin, Quarry Man, 19 June 1817
  • 17520 Alexander Milne, wife + 5 sons + 2 daughters, Scotland, 1 July 1817
  • 17522 George Hutchinson, wife + child, Yorkshire, mason, 3 July 1817
  • 17523 Thomas Feehan, Ireland, clerk, 5 July 1817
  • 17525 William Berringer, England, 5 July 1817
  • 17526 Aaron Luke, Staffordshire, farmer, 5 July 1817
  • 17527 Richard Mechelm Wife + child, Leeds Yorkshire, farmer 5 July 1817
  • 17528 Samuel Mechelm, Leeds Yorkshire, farmer, 5 July 1817
  • 17529 Lawrence Power, wife + 4 children (wife + 4 children has line through) , Ireland, farmer, 5 Aug 1817
  • 17531 William Laur--, Ireland, labourer 5 July 1817
  • 17532 Peter Dickson or Davidson, Yorkshire, farmer 8 July 1817
  • 17533 Joseph Smith?, Staffordshire, farmer, 9 July 1817
  • 17535 Joseph Bateman, Derbyshire, farmer, 9 July 1817
  • 17537 Edward Floyd/Hoyd/Lloyd, North Wales, farmer, 11 July 1817
  • 17539 John Kennedy, + his mother, Dublin, manufacturer, lately arrived, 18 July 1817
  • 17540 William Frances Page, wife + 3 chlldren, Fifeshire Scotland, farmer, 19 July 1817
  • 17542 James Bennett, wife + 4 sons + 1 daughter, Armagh Ireland, mason, 28 July 1817
  • 17544 John Moore, wife + one child, Co. of Northumberton, Wheelright, 26 July 1817
  • 17545 James Robertson, Berwick on Tweed, Scotland. Courier. 26 July 1817
  • 17547 Matthew Scott, wife + 2boys + 1 girl, Yorkshire, farmer, recently arrived from England 28 July 1817
  • 17548 Robert Fowkes, Shropshire England, Farmer, 30 July 1817
  • 17549 William Birdwhistle, Lancaster England, farmer August 1817
  • 17550 James Brown Donnelly, Late in His Majesty’s Service, August 1817
  • 17551 Thomas Cooper, Westmorland,farmer, August 1817
  • 17552 appears to be blank
  • 17553 torn and patched making it difficult to read. George Sparrow, From Staffordshire, England.
  • 17554 Edward Keenan or Kerwen, Waterford August 1817
  • 17555 John Keenan or Kerwen, Waterford August 1817
  • 17556 envelope for John Keenan or Kerwen
  • 17557 John Hunter, Co. Cavan Ireland, August 1817
  • 17558 John Hunter, Co. Cavan Ireland, 12 May 1818 Passport presented at border, allowed to enter Canada
  • 17559 James Reynolds, wife and child, Co. of ---, August 1817
  • 17560 William Irvine?, Tyrone, Tailor, August 1817
  • 17561-62 John Huston, wife and 2 children, Co. Cavan, Ireland, August 1817
  • 17563 William Little (Lisk?), Aberdeen Scotland, farmer, 2 August 1817
  • 17564-65 William Vollar and children, from Ham--, mason, 6 August 1817 (see 17573)
  • 17566 John Murray, Scotland, farmer. 2 August 1817
  • 17567 Thomas Carfrae, Scotland, carpenter, 6 August 1817
  • 17568 Thomas Bell, Scotland, 6 August 1817
  • 17569-70 Andrew Patton, Scotland, newly arrived in New York, wife and family 23 August 1817
  • 17571 Francis Dawson, wife, daughter and son, Yorkshire, farmer, recently arrived 29 August 1817
  • 17572 William Dawson, wife and 2 children, Yorkshire, recently arrived, 29 August 1817
  • 17573 William Vollar, himself and 5 children, 1 Sept. 1817 (see 17564)
  • 17574-75 William Sinclair, wife and 2 children, Scotland, came from St. John New Brunswick. 27 Sept. 1817
  • 17576-77 John Betteridge and one son, Gloucester England, farmer, 29 October? 1817
  • 17578 Benjamin Howelle, Glamorgan Wales, labourer, 29 Jan. 1819
 

 
 

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