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POOR LAW UNION IMMIGRANTS TO CANADA
Ship George Marsden 1841Folio 483. Draft letter from the Poor Law Commission to Messrs Carter and Bonn, Leadenhall Street, acknowledging their letter of 7 August and transmitting certificates of satisfaction granted in regard to emigrants on the George Marsden.
The emigrants were from: Bodmin and Ticehurst, Ticehurst Poor Law Union; Northiam Rye Poor Law Union; Battle, Bexhill, Westfield, Brightling, Sedlescomb and Ewhurst Battle Poor Law Union, and sailed to Quebec and Montreal Canada. They return the receipt for landing money.
Paper Number: 8681/B/1841. Poor Law Union Number 484. Counties: Sussex and Kent.
Date 14 Aug 1841
Catalogue reference MH 12/13078/304
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