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POOR LAW UNION IMMIGRANTS TO CANADA

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SHIP ST ANNS 1844

J. Richards, Master

Folios 274-276

Paper Number: 10663/A/1844. Poor Law Union Number 23. Counties: Buckinghamshire. Covering dates 1844 July 17. Letter from John Marshall and Co, to Secretary to the Poor Law Commission, enclosing Mr Buchanan's certificate regarding the emigrants by the St Anns to Canada from Fenny Stratford, Newport Pagnell Poor Law Union, Woodford, Daventry Poor Law Union Northamptonshire, Blofield, Blofield Poor Law Union Norfolk, Frittenden, Cranbrook Poor Law Union Kent, Stradbroke, Hoxne Poor Law Union Suffolk and Water Eaton, Newport Pagnell Poor Law Union.

Enclosed is the following list giving the name of the parish, union, emigrant, occupation, number in family, number of rations, amount of landing money, destination (all bound for Montreal unless specified):

Fenny Stratford, Newport Pagnell Poor Law Union. Folios 274-276

  • William Pool, Labourer.
  • See Folio 426 below for more detail

Woodford, Daventry Poor Law Union. Folios 274-276

  • George Luke, Labourer,
  • John Ludgate, Labourer,
  • George Claridge, Labourer,
  • George Cleaver, Labourer,
  • William Smith, Labourer,
  • George Humphrey, Labourer,
  • Hannah Smith, infirm,
  • William Dew, Labourer.

Blofield, Blofield Poor Law Union. Folios 274-276

  • William Francis, Labourer,
  • Charles Cockerill, Labourer,
  • Anthony Barber, Labourer,
  • Jeremiah Carver, Labourer,
  • Thomas Stapleton, Labourer,
  • Christmas Thrower, Labourer,
  • William Powley, Labourer.

Frittenden, Cranbrook Poor Law Union. Folios 274-276

  • John Munn, Labourer,
  • George Tolhurst, Labourer,
  • George Ransome, Labourer
.

Stradbroke, Hoxne Poor Law Union. Folios 274-276

  • George Rumsey, Labourer, Quebec;
  • Harriet Noyce,
  • James Dove, Labourer,
  • John Darrette, Labourer,
  • William Hobbs, Labourer,
  • J Bryant, Labourer,
  • Mary Stapleton, wife of Thomas Stapleton,
  • Rachel Tolhurst, sister of George Tolhurst,
  • Michael Tolhurst, Chemist,
  • John Hill, Labourer,
  • J H Crate, Printer,
  • John Newberry, Carpenter, Quebec;
  • James Parrack, Quebec;
  • William Tillman, Quebec;Butcher,
  • Mary Gilbert,
  • Thomas Candy, Labourer,
  • James Ponds, Labourer,
  • Robert Dunkerton, Draper, Quebec.

Water Eaton, Newport Pagnell Poor Law. Folios 274-276

  • John Sonster, Labourer,
  • William Cook, Labourer,
  • John Venn, Cooper, Quebec;
  • William Harris, Stonemason, Quebec;
  • William Buskin, Carpenter, Quebec;
  • William Gould, Labourer, Quebec;
  • Joseph Kendall, Agriculturalist, Quebec;
  • William Cornish, Blacksmith, Quebec;
  • Robert Henwood, Agriculturalist, Quebec.

Folio 426

A list and description of those persons who have been assisted to emigrate from Fenny Stratford in the Newport Poor Law Union to Canada sailing on the St Anns on 15 April 1845. Those listed are: Males:
  • William Poole,
  • Eli Poole,
  • William Poole,
  • Joseph Poole,
  • Charles Poole,
Females:
  • Jane Poole,
  • Deborah Poole,
  • Mary Poole
  • Elizabeth Poole.
( Paper Number: 6127/A/1845. Poor Law Union Number 23. Counties: Buckinghamshire. Date 1 May 1845 Catalogue reference MH 12/489/295 )

Folio 298

Draft letter from the Poor Law Commission, to Newport Pagnell Poor Law Union, stating that they have received through Messrs Marshall and Co a certificate under the hand of the chief emigration agent at Quebec Canada for the conveyance of 2 poor people from the parish of Water Eaton to Canada on the ship St Anns. Paper Number: 1112/A/1844. Poor Law Union Number 23. Counties: Buckinghamshire. Covering dates 1844 July 29



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