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Ship Brunswick from Cork Ireland to Quebec

Medical journal of the Brunswick, emigrant ship, for 5 April to 27 June 1825 by John Tarn surgeon and superintendent, during which time the said ship was employed in conveying emigrants from Cork to Quebec.

This journal is pages of detailed notes on each of the Irish passengers Surgeon Tarn treated. I have extracted the names, ages, dates of admission, whether the patient died or recovered and a few notes for some patients. Most patients have their illnesses noted in detail, along with medicines given, reaction of patient and other data.
  • 3 May 1825: embarked a party of 101 emigrants examined into the state of health of each separately none requiring medical assistance.
  • 4 May 1825: vaccinated 14 persons being the whole of those on board who have not had the small pox, in the evening received 241 emigrants, examined each separately none labouring under infectious diseases.
  • 8 May 1825: vaccinated 16 children making a total of 35 who have not undergone the small pox and cowpox.
  • 11 May 1825: at 5 am sailed from Core of Cork.
  • 14 May 1825: vaccination has failed in every instance, while it has yet been attempted, having two glasses remaining, I this day reinoculated eight children.
  • 20 May 1825: the vaccine matter supplied has proved to be wholly inert for in no instance has there been the least appearance of its having taken effect.
  • 12 June 1825: at 5 pm arrived at Quebec.
  • 14 June 1825: at 9 pm the emigrants were transhipped into the Lady Sherbrooke, a shore boat for Montreal.
  • 16 June 1825: at noon arrived at Montreal the emigrant were disembarked and conveyed by carts to Lachine.
  • 21 June 1825: at 5 am embarked the party in 13 batteaux and proceeded up the river in company with the emigrant and Resolution.
  • 27 June 1825: at 7 pm arrived at Prescott.
First Name; Surname; Age; Admission Date; Discharged or Died; Surgeon's Notes

Mrs Bloster, aged 35 put on sick list 8 May 1825, discharged 11 May 1825

Catherine Bolster, aged 15 put on sick list 20 May 1825, discharged 28 May 1825

Joseph Bolster, aged 45 put on sick list 20 May 1825, discharged 28 May 1825

Nathaniel Bolster, aged 6 put on sick list 16 May 1825, discharged 19 May 1825

Thomas Bolster, aged 17 put on sick list 20 May 1825, discharged 22 May 1825

Thomas Bolster, aged 17 put on sick list 30 May 1825, discharged 8 June 1825

William Bolster, aged 13 put on sick list 9 May 1825, discharged 11 May 1825

William Bolster, aged 19 put on sick list 24 May 1825, discharged 26 May 1825

Ann Boot, aged 13 put on sick list 24 June 1825, date of discharged unknown.

Eliza Boot, aged 11 put on sick list 3 June 1825, discharged 16 June 1825

Ellen Brickley, aged 6 months put on sick list 4 May 1825, discharged 10 May 1825

John Brickley, aged 41 put on sick list 17 June 1825, discharged 27 June 1825

Mary Brickley, aged 6 ; put on sick list 31 May 1825, discharged 12 June 1825

Mrs Cleary, aged 26 put on sick list 7 May 1825, discharged 9 May 1825

Catherine Collins, aged 2 months put on sick list 27 May 1825, discharged 2 June 1825

Elizabeth Collins, aged 6 put on sick list 28 May 1825, discharged 16 June 1825

Patrick Collins, aged 34 put on sick list 7 June 1825, discharged 20 June 1825

Margaret Connell, aged 9 months put on sick list 5 May 1825, discharged 11 May 1825

Eliza Connor, aged 19 severely scalded on the lower part of the legs; put on sick list 23 May 1825, discharged 30 May 1825

Margaret Connor, aged 7 months put on sick list 5 May 1825, discharged 7 May 1825

Mrs Cronin, aged 29 put on sick list 17 May 1825, discharged 19 May 1825

Daniel Donahue, aged 21 put on sick list 21 May 1825, discharged 25 May 1825

Daniel Donahue, aged 21 put on sick list 28 May 1825, discharged 3 June 1825

Daniel Donahue, aged 21 , put on sick list 17 June 1825, date of discharged unknown.

Mrs Donahue, aged 46 put on sick list 19 May 1825, discharged 30 May 1825

Thomas Donahue, aged 15 put on sick list 7 June 1825, date of discharged unknown.

Cornelius Driscoll, aged 5 put on sick list 22 May 1825, discharged 24 May 1825

Lawrence Driscoll, aged 2 put on sick list 22 May 1825, discharged 25 May 1825

Lawrence Driscoll, aged 2 , put on sick list 24 June 1825, discharged 26 June 1825

Norah Driscoll, aged 13 put on sick list 24 June 1825, discharged 27 June 1825

Thomas Egan, aged 1 put on sick list 27 May 1825, discharged 30 May 1825

Michael Fawke, aged 12 put on sick list 10 June 1825, discharged 25 June 1825

Dannis Fitzpatrick, aged 19 put on sick list 3 June 1825, discharged 12 June 1825

Ellen Fitzpatrick, aged 6 , put on sick list 23 June 1825, date of discharged unknown.

J Fitzpatrick, aged 3 put on sick list 25 May 1825, discharged 27 May 1825

Mrs Fitzpatrick, aged 40 put on sick list 24 May 1825, discharged 30 May 1825

Mrs Fitzpatrick, aged 40 put on sick list 8 June 1825, discharged 10 June 1825

Johanna Flynn, aged 13 put on sick list 10 June 1825, discharged 21 June 1825

John Flynn, aged 24 put on sick list 8 June 1825, discharged 11 June 1825

Catherine Grady, aged 8 put on sick list 5 May 1825, discharged 15 May 1825

John Grady, aged 35 put on sick list 14 May 1825, discharged 24 May 1825

Mrs Hawarn, aged 32 put on sick list 27 May 1825, discharged 1 June 1825

Mrs Henley, aged 36 put on sick list 7 June 1825, discharged 9 June 1825

Mary Kiely, aged 5 put on sick list 10 June 1825, discharged 15 June 1825

Mrs Kiely [Mary], aged 38 put on sick list 8 May 1825, discharged 11 May 1825

Mary Leahy, aged 18 months has been in a very emaciated state for several months. put on sick list 17 May 1825, died 23 June 1825

Mrs Lewis [Bridget?], aged 27 put on sick list 13 June 1825, discharged 15 June 1825

Johanna Line, aged 19 put on sick list 30 May 1825, discharged 6 June 1825

Nicholas Mason, aged 1 put on sick list 14 May 1825, discharged 24 May 1825

Catherine McCarthy, aged 10 put on sick list 12 June 1825, discharged 26 June 1825

William McCarthy, aged 7 put on sick list 24 June 1825, date of discharged unknown.

Mrs McGuire put on sick list 13 May 1825, discharged 26 May 1825

Mary Miligan, aged 4 put on sick list 23 June 1825, date of discharged unknown.

Mrs Miligan, aged 27 put on sick list 27 May 1825, discharged 20 June 1825

William Miligan, aged 6 put on sick list 19 June 1825, discharged 26 June 1825

John Murphy, aged 16 put on sick list 5 May 1825, discharged 12 May 1825

Mrs Murphy, aged 40 put on sick list 14 May 1825, discharged 17 May 1825

Ellen Numan, aged 19 put on sick list 7 June 1825, discharged 9 June 1825

Jeffery Numan, aged 15 put on sick list 25 May 1825, discharged 30 May 1825

Jeffrey Numan, aged 15 , put on sick list 19 June 1825, discharged 23 June 1825

Margaret Numan, aged 13 put on sick list 8 June 1825, discharged 17 June 1825

Mrs Numan, aged 40 put on sick list 30 May 1825, discharged 7 June 1825

Michael Rochfort, aged 2 put on sick list 15 May 1825, discharged 19 May 1825

Mrs Scanlin, aged 36 put on sick list 5 May 1825, discharged 10 May 1825

William Scanlin, aged 4 put on sick list 8 May 1825, discharged 12 May 1825

William Scanlin, aged 42 put on sick list 16 May 1825, discharged 18 May 1825

William Scanlin, aged 42 , put on sick list 25 June 1825, discharged 27 June 1825

Mary Sheehan, aged 3 months put on sick list 16 May 1825, discharged 24 May 1825

Mary Sheehan, aged 14 , ; put on sick list 19 June 1825, date of discharged unknown.

Mary Shine, aged 24 put on sick list 7 May 1825, discharged 9 May 1825

Michael Shine, aged 22 put on sick list 8 June 1825, discharged 11 June 1825

Ellen Sullivan, aged 9 put on sick list 10 June 1825, discharged 12 June 1825

Johanna Sullivan, aged 6 put on sick list 10 June 1825, discharged 25 June 1825

John Sullivan, aged 3 put on sick list 14 May 1825, discharged 17 May 1825

John Sullivan, aged 35 put on sick list 16 May 1825, discharged 17 May 1825

John Sullivan, aged 1 sickly emaciated infant put on sick list 25 May 1825, discharged 27 May 1825

Mrs Sullivan, aged 22 fell with her breast across a bench much pain and difficulty of breathing; put on sick list 26 May 1825, discharged 27 May 1825

Henry Wynn, aged 24 put on sick list 8 June 1825, discharged 15 June 1825

Richard Wynne, aged 54 put on sick list 10 June 1825, discharged 16 June 1825

Lorine's Notes

Please see Sue Swiggum's Peter Robinson Settlers from Cork to Canada 1823 & 1825 for a list of passengers compiled from 2 National Archives of Canada microfilm.

You should also view Olive Tree Genealogy's Ships Passenger List for Brunswick and compare names from that list, which used a completely different source.

Source: ADM 101/13/8 from National Archives UK

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