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POOR LAW UNION IMMIGRANTS TO CANADA
YORKTOWNSailed 29 September 1851
Folios 3-4Letter to Guardians of the Newport Pagnell Poor Law Union, regarding emigration. The following person emigrated to Canada on board the Yorktown: George Morgan
(Poor Law Union Number 23. Counties: Buckinghamshire. Covering dates 1851 Dec 9 MH 12/491/2)
Folios 644-645Emigration return from the churchwardens and overseers of Olney. Named is George Morgan, who sailed to Canada on the Yorktown on 29 September 1851
Date 24 Nov 1851 Catalogue reference MH 12/490/432
Folios 610-611Letter from Newport Pagnell Poor Law Union, to the Poor Law Board, enclosing a copy of a resolution passed by the board of guardians regarding the emigration of a poor person to Quebec dated 16 July 1851 at which it was resolved that the sum of not more than £10 be spent towards the emigration of George Morgan, aged 35 of Olney parish, who wishes to emigrate to Quebec.
Annotated. The season for emigration to Canada is now too far advanced. Paper Number: 32762/1851. Poor Law Union Number 23. Counties: Buckinghamshire. Covering dates 1851 July 31
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