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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 Government Returns – Canadian Immigration Service 1926 & 1927 Passenger List Questions1. Line Number
2. Family Name, Given Name
4. Age: Female
5. Age: Male
6. Status: [Single, Married, Widowed, or Divorced]
7. Country and Place of Birth
8. Nationality: Country of Which a Citizen or Subject
9. Race or People
10. If In Canada Before: Between What Period
11. At What Address
12. Ever Refused Entry to or Deported from Canada?
13. Do you intend to reside permanently in Canada?
14. Can you Read?
15. What Language
16. By Whom was Passage paid
17. Line Number (repeat of #1)
18. Occupation: What Trade or Occupation did you follow in your own Country?
19. What Trade or Occupation do you intend to follow in Canada?
20. Destination: If destined to Relative, Friends or Employer, State which and Given name and full address. If not joining any person in Canada, give the address in Canada to which you are going.
21. Given Name, Relationship and Address of your nearest relative in the Country from which you came. If a wife or children are to follow you to Canada, give names and ages.
22. Have you or any of your family ever been: Mentally Defective
23. Physically Defective
25. Passport: Number, Place and Date of Issue
26. Money in Possession Belonging to Passenger
27. Travelling Inland On
28. Action Taken and Civil Examiner
Transcribed and submitted by Annette Fulford
Also see Canadian Passenger Lists Questions 1911-1919 & Form 30A (circa 1921-1924 but as early as 1919)
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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