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Irish Ships Passenger Lists to USA 1803 to 1806

Before 1820, ships passenger lists did not have to be kept by ports in the USA. Finding these early (pre-1820) lists is difficult, but these Olive Tree Genealogy passenger lists for ships from Ireland 1803 - 1805 found in British Archives, should be a help to those searching their Irish immigrant ancestors.

The following ships sailed from Ireland between 1803 - 1805 to the arrival ports of New York; Newcastle, Maine; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Wilmington, North Carolina; Baltimore, Maryland; Wiscasset, Maine; Charleston, South Carolina; Norfolk, Virginia; Wilmington, Delaware; and Boston, Massachusetts.

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Ship Eagle for New York, 29 March 1803
A List of Passengers on the Ship Eagle for New York, 29 March 1803.
Surname First Name Age Where From Occupation
Radcliffe Alex 23 Ballyroney farmer
Menter John 28 Belfast labourer
Calvert Wm. 33 Killeagh labourer
Calvert Ann 24 Killeagh spinster
Byrson James 27 Kilrock farmer
Leonard Peter 28 Hillsboro farmer
Logan Wm. 36 Dromore labourer
Bain Thos. 18 Dounpatrick labourer
Webb Joseph 25 Cockslem labourer
Wilson Wm. 22 Derrylea labourer
Wilson Margt. 20 Derrylea spinster
Kineard Wm. 52 Derrylea farmer
Kineard Robt. 18 Derrylea labourer
Hancock Wm. 19 Derrylea labourer
Wilson Thos. 23 Armagh labourer
Diennen James 19 Dovehill labourer
English John 40 Tynan labourer
English Isabella 32 Tynan [blank]
Kerr Wm. 18 Tynan labourer
Lister James 20 Tynan labourer
Lister George 25 Tynan labourer
Graham John 24 Tynan labourer
Spratt Thos. 50 Clough farmer
Browne John 24 Ballymena farmer
Campbell Saml. 18 Saintfield labourer
Martin Charles 20 Ballymoney farmer
Halridge Robert 16 Ballymoney clerk
Eakin Robt. 38 Coleraine farmer
Rafield Wm. 23 Ballymena farmer
Woods Wm. 27 Sea Patrick labourer
Kidd Neha. 20 Keady labourer
Shields John 20 Keady farmer
Cully John 24 Keady farmer
Clement David 20 Keady farmer
Clement Andrew 20 Keady farmer
McAlister Wm. 20 Ballycaste farmer

Last Updated on 03/06/04
By Glenda & Laura

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Irish Flax Growers List, 1796
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Scots-Irish in Virginia Vol. 1, Vol.2 , Vol.3
Irish Quakers Immigration into Pennsylvania
New England Irish Pioneers
Chicago Irish Families, 1875-1925

 

 
 

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