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Ship Albion from St. Johns Canada to New York before September 1826

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The ships Albion, Active and Fair Cambrian carried emigrants from West Wales via Cardigan to the Cardigan Settlement of New Brunswick, Canada, in the period 1819 - 1822. I do not know if this ship Albion is the same one.

Partial Ships Passenger Lists extracted from Alms House Admission Foreigners & Nativity Records New York City, New York. Bond Registers 1819-1840. [Source: Item 5 LDS Film 1304647. Original records in the Municipal Archives, New York, New York]
Admission Surname First Name Age Place of Origin Ship Name Port of Departure
1827 Jun. 14
1826 Sept. 11
Harrigan
Murdock
Michael
Thomas
33
15
Ireland
Ireland
Albion
Albion
no entry
St. Johns
Ship Albion sailed from St John, New Brunswick arriving New York 9 August 1826. See Ancestry.com's New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 for the passenger list
 

 
 

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