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SHIPS PASSENGER LISTS TO CANADA
SS Stavangerfjord, Norwegian American Oslo, Norway to Halifax, Nova ScotiaNational Archives of Canada
Microfilm # T-14809
Reference: RG76 – Immigration, series C-1-b
Volume: 1927 volume 7, page 8
Ship: SS Stavangerfjord, Norwegian American
Sailed: Oslo, Norway to Halifax, Nova Scotia
Sailing dates: 1 April 1927 to 11 April 1927
Name; Age; Country & Place of Birth; Relationship, Name and Address of closest relative [in Norway]
HJORT, Ludvig; 25; Norway, Skien; Father: Hans HJORTH, 1 Wesselsgate, Skien
Transcriber Notes: This is a partial list only
Each of these men had $25.00 in pocket, their passage paid for by their respective community, and all were destined for Canadian National Railways Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
If anyone has an interest in Karl Sten PEDERSEN, please contact Annette Fulford by email. I have additional information on him.
Part of this passenger list was posted with my article about the Canadian Immigration Database 1925-1935 at Solum, Swiggum & Austheim: 100 Years of Emigrant Ships from Norway. The link to the article is http://www.norwayheritage.com/ships/Fulford.htm
Transcriber: Annette Fulford, British Columbia
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