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SHIPS PASSENGER LISTS TO CANADA
Questions Asked on Canadian Passenger Lists
Passenger lists for Ships to Canada after 1865
Search Tip - English or Irish ancestors to Canada might be found in U.K. Directories, 1680-1830, Irish Flax Growers List, 1796 or Irish Records Index, 1500-1920
Canadian Passenger Lists Questions 1911-1919
1. No. of Passengers: [Line #]
2. No. of S.S. Contract Ticket:
3. Amount of Cash:
4. Name in Full:
5. Age of Adults/Male:
6. Age of Adults/Female:
7. Children Under 14 Years/Male:
8. Children Under 14 Years/Female:
9. Married, Single, or Widowed:
10. Have you ever been in Canada before?
11. If So/When:
12. If So/Where:
13. If So/How Long:
14. Do You Intend To Permanently Reside in Canada?
15. Are You Able to Read?
16. Are You Able to Write?
17. Country of Birth:
18. No. of Passengers: [Line #]
19. Race of People:
20. Destination/Post Office:
22. What Was Your Occupation In Country From Which You Came:
23. What Is Your Intended Occupation In Canada:
24. Have you ever worked as farmer, farm labourer, gardener, stableman, carter, Ry [railway] surfaceman, ______ or miner?
25. If So/Which:
26. If So/How Long:
27. If So/When:
28. Religious Denomination:
29. Travelled Inland On:
30. Initials of Civil Examiner:
31. No. Of Passengers: [Line #]
Transcribed and submitted by Annette Fulford
Also see Canadian Passenger Lists Questions 1926-1927
Look for ancestors in ships passenger lists arriving in Canada:1400-1800 | 1800-1820 | 1820-1850 | 1850-1864 | 1865-present
Immigration (Peter Robinson Settlement, Kingston Emigrant Records, Hawke
Papers) | Canada-U.S. border crossing
records (Saint Albans Lists) | J.J. Cooke Shipping Agent Records | Filling in the Gaps 1850-1857
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