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POOR LAW UNION IMMIGRANTS TO CANADA

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The Ship ELLEN

Ellen sailing from Southampton to Quebec and Montreal Canada, master of the ship G Pettingell. July 1847

Folios 118-119

List of passengers on the Ellen sailing from Southampton to Quebec and Montreal Canada, master of the ship G Pettingell. The form gives the number for each family, occupation, destination, the amount of rations, and the amount of landing money for each of the following, all of Hanslope parish in the Newport Pagnell Union:
  • Matthew Lane, labourer. 3 children 7-14, one child under 7. To Montreal. Also see Emigrants of 1847 for names of his wife and children
  • John Hamlyn, . To Montreal
  • Ellen Collins, . To Montreal
  • James Whoodes, . To Montreal
  • John Richards,. To Montreal
  • Sarah Hewlett, 4 children 7-14, 1 under 7 . To Montreal
  • Daniel McKeon, labourer . To Montreal
  • Edgar Hope, labourer To Quebec
  • John Low, labourer, 2 adults . To Montreal
  • Peter Hay, cabinet maker . To Montreal
  • Frederick Brown, farmer . To Montreal
  • Richard Hobbs, farmer . To Montreal
  • Donald Bains, farmer 2 adults . To Montreal
  • John Plain, labourer 2 adults, 5 children ages 7-14, 1 child under 7 to Quebec
  • Mary Ann Chilback, to Quebec
  • May Bell, 1 child 7-14 to Quebec
  • Ann Symonds, 2 children 7-14 to Quebec
  • Eleanor Chase, To Montreal
  • John Craig, carpenter to Quebec
  • Emily Day, 2 children 7-14, 1 child under 7 . To Montreal
  • John Cadeney, labourer, 2 adults, 3 children 7-14, 1 child under 7 . To Montreal
  • Robert Bridges, labourer. To Montreal
  • Matthew Barker, labourer, 2 adults, 6 children ages 7-14, 1 child under 7. To Montreal
  • William Bone, labourer. To Montreal
  • George Arkell, labourer to Quebec
  • James Arkell, labourer to Quebec
  • Henry Cawley, millwright, 2 adults, 1 child 7-14 to Quebec
  • John Moore, labourer, 2 adults 4 children 7-14, 1 child under 7 To Montreal
  • John Allison, labourer, 2 adults 2 children 7-14, 1 child under 7 to Quebec
  • Shakespeare Partridge, labourer To Montreal
  • Alfred Cawley, millwright to Quebec
  • Joseph Munsford, clerk To Montreal
  • Frank F Duffell, clerk To Montreal
  • John Richards, labourer, 2 adults, 1 child 7-14 to Quebec
  • Robert Unwin, labourer to Quebec
  • Wm Trevonon, miner 2 adults, 2 children 7-14 to Quebec
  • William Richards, miner, 1 adult, 2 children 7-14 to Quebec
  • John Tyack, miner to Quebec
  • James Gilligan, clerk to Quebec
  • Edward Edwards, miner, 2 adults, 1 child under 7 to Quebec
  • William Marcarrow, baker, 2 adults to Quebec
  • James Endey, miner to Quebec
  • Mary Blaney, 1 adult, 3 children 7-14 to Quebec
  • John Richards, labourer to Quebec
  • Elizabeth Hendna, 1 adult, 1 child 7-14, 1 child under 7 to Quebec
  • William Booking, labourer, 2 adults, 1 child under 7 to Quebec
  • Ann Jeffries, 1 adult, 1 child 7-14 to Quebec
  • John Pearce, miner to Quebec
  • Peter Harris, labourer, 2 adults, 1 child 7-14 to Quebec
  • Thomas Richards, miner, 7? adults, 1 child 7-14 to Quebec
  • John Berry, carpenter, 2 adults, 5 children 7-14, 1 child under 7 to Quebec
  • Thomas Grant, carpenter to Quebec
  • William Smith, miller, 2 adults to Quebec
  • John Hutchings, labourer to Quebec
  • John Williams, labourer to Quebec
  • Simon Silvester, labourer to Quebec
  • Mrs Hoar, to Quebec
  • Francis Tozer, labourer to Quebec
  • Herbert B Williams, miner to Quebec
  • Mrs Manning, 2 adults, 2 children 7-14 to Quebec
  • William Johns, labourer to Quebec
  • James Harris, labourer to Quebec
  • Elias Ede, labourer to Quebec
  • William Nott labourer to Montreal
Intermediates listed as:
  • Mr Snell, 2 adults
  • J B Winslow,
  • Ellen Hollick.
Signed by Emigration Office on 10 Sept. 1847 at Quebec

Folio 120

Draft letter from the Poor Law Commission to Newport Pagnell Poor Law Union entitled 'Emigration Agreement'. They confirm that they have received a certificate which states that the agreement concerning the conveyance of five poor persons and one infant from the parish of Hanslope to Canada ion the ship 'Ellen' has been fulfilled Paper Number: 15812/A/1847. Poor Law Union Number 23. Counties: Buckinghamshire Date 20 Oct 1847 Catalogue reference MH 12/490/73



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