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POOR LAW UNION IMMIGRANTS TO CANADA
Ship Sisters 29 May 1851Sailed from England to Quebec Canada
Folio 538Printed letter from the Poor Law Board, to the churchwardens and overseers, Elstone Elston, requesting information on families emigrating from Elstone. Completed form on reverse listing names of the family of John Dring and his wife Charlotte Dring and their 3 boys and 2 girls, with ages. Emigrated to Quebec, Canada on the ship Sisters 30 May 1851. Date 24 November 1851
Folios 266-269Letter from Thomas Marriott, Clerk to the Guardians of the Southwell Union, to the Poor Law Board, enclosing a copy of a resolution of the Elston parish vestry meeting requesting consent for the emigration of the Dring family. a list of persons wishing to emigrate to Canada; John Dring (29) with his wife Charlotte Dring (28) and their 5 children. (Date 25 March 1851 Catalogue reference MH 12/9529/179 )
Folios 539-540From the Southwell Union, to the Poor Law Board. Sheet listing emigrants from Elstone in 1851. John Dring and wife Charlotte Dring went to Quebec, Canada on 29 May 1851 in the ship Sisters. Date 19 December 1851
Folios 542-543Printed letter from East Stoke, to the Poor Law Board, requesting information on families emigrating from East Stoke. Completed form on reverse listing names of the family of John Harvey and Susanna Harvey and their 4 children who emigrated to Quebec, Canada on 29 May 1851 on the ship Sisters.
Date 24 November 1851 Catalogue reference MH 12/9529/393 Also see Emigrants 1851 for the Harvey family and names and ages of each member plus 1861 census reference
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