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Passengers intended to be taken on board the Ship Live Oak of Scarboro, Christopher Dyer, Master, burthen 400 tons, bound to New York in America, sworn at Londonderry, Ireland 23 June, 1804

A List of Passengers intended to be taken on board the Ship Live Oak of Scarboro, Christopher Dyer, Master, burthen 400 tons, bound to New York in America, sworn at Londonderry, Ireland 23 June, 1804.
Surname First Name Age Where From Occupation
Wilson Henry 24 Dongannon farmer
Wilson Jane 20 Dongannon his wife
Wilson Mary 2 mo's. Dongannon child
McQuillan Mark 21 Nughnacloy farmer
Pedin William 22 Naghadown, Derry labourer
Davidson William 20 Nughnacloy labourer
Greer Susan 40 Cookstown married
Greer Sarah 20 Cookstown spinster
Greer Susan 15 Cookstown spinster
Greer Mary 14 Cookstown spinster
Greer Hannah 12 Cookstown spinster
Greer Anna 7 Cookstown spinster
Greer Joseph 4 Cookstown child
Dougal Sarah 20 Cookstown servant girl
Webb John 50 Cookstown farmer
Webb John 19 Cookstown farmer
Webb Susan 16 Cookstown spinster
Webb Janet 44 Cookstown married
Webb Thomas 15 Cookstown farmer
Webb Maria 10 Cookstown spinster
Webb Jane 5 Cookstown spinster
Webb Alas 8 Cookstown spinster
Hannah William 22 Armagh labourer
Hannah John 20 Newtown, Stewart labourer
Patrick William 19 Newtown, Stewart farmer
Steel Samuel 16 Newtown, Stewart farmer
Patrick Jane 18 Newtown, Stewart spinster
Patrick Nancy 4 mo's. Newtown, Stewart child
McKeever Alex'r. 21 Gortin, N. Stewart labourer
Anderson David 20 Gortin, N. Stewart labourer
Irvine Alex 21 Gortin, N. Stewart labourer
Russell James 22 Dunnamany labourer
Russell Elizabeth 22 Dunnamany married
Russell Isabella 5 mo's. Dunnamany child
Sands James 26 Cranah, Moneymore labourer
Sands Mary 26 Cranah, Moneymore married
Sands Robert 7 Cranah, Moneymore child
Sands John 5 Cranah, Moneymore child
Sands Ellen 1 Cranah, Moneymore child
Sands Mary 22 Cranah, Moneymore spinster
Hunter Jo 45 Gortmurry, Moneymore farmer
McKeon William 23 Lisabany, Moneymore farmer
McKeon Ann 24 Lisabany, Moneymore spinster
Blair William 20 N. Lemevady farmer
Murdock John 20 Glass Lough, Monaghan farmer
Gallagher Patrick 21 Furmeny, Omagh labourer
Gallagher John 22 Furmeny, Omagh labourer
McQuin John 15 Cookstown labourer
McQuin Ann 17 Cookstown spinster
Allen Ostin 19 Cookstown farmer
Crooks James 60 Cookstown farmer
Crooks Jane 50 Cookstown married
Crooks Mary 20 Cookstown spinster
Crooks Margaret 18 Cookstown spinster
Crooks Sam'l. 17 Cookstown farmer
Crooks John 16 Cookstown farmer
Crooks Sarah 14 Cookstown spinster
Crooks James 12 Cookstown farmer
Crooks Benjam. 11 Cookstown farmer
Crooks James 6 Cookstown child
McKeon Alex'r. 20 Lisabany, Moneymore labourer
McCue John 20 Ternamenter, Tyrone labourer
Walker James 54 Dromagalagh labourer
Dick W'm. 30 Kilane Ceepeyt, near Ballymena labourer
Gault Samuel 30 Kilane Ceepeyt, near Ballymena labourer
Reed Samuel 30 Castledaunt n'r. N. Stewart farmer
Reed Alex 28 Castledaunt n'r. N. Stewart farmer
Reed William 23 Castledaunt n'r. N. Stewart farmer

Last Updated on 27/10/2004
By Glenda Meyer

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