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Names of Emigrants from the 1845-1847 Records of James Allison, Emigrant Agent at Montreal

Famine From 1823 to 1849, James Allison was a government emigrant agent at Montreal, Quebec Canada. He was responsible for the provisioning and transportation of destitute immigrants from Montreal to locations mostly in Upper Canada. There were several Emigration Agents in Upper and Lower Canada, each was resonsible for assisting poor immigrants in finding employment, shelter, provisions and transportation to their final destination.

The book Names of Emigrants from the 1845-1847 Records of James Allison, Emigrant Agent at Montreal is divided into two parts

Part 1: The transcript (The transcript includes the records of James Allison and an appendix from the British parliamentary papers of persons who died at Grosse Īle in 1846.)

Part 2: The indexes - an Index of emigrants personal names and an Index of place names)

Following is an index of emigrant names plus page numbers. To view the full record for an individual, consult Ancestry.com Irish Canadian Emigration Records, 1823-1849 These records are also available on microfilmat the NAC as records of James Allison, Emigrant Agent at Montreal, 1823-1849 (reel C-15773)

Index of Names of Emigrants at Montreal Quebec Canada 1845-1847


Index of Names of Emigrants at Montreal Quebec Canada 1845-1847

Machale, Mary, 649
MacKinlin (widow), 755
Macky, Peter, 924
Macnamara, Wm., 679
Madden (widow), 217
Madden, James, 710, 917
Madden, Patrick, 694
Maddigan, Honora, 738
Maddigan, Patt., 730
Magee, H., 649
Maggidan, Patt., 712
Magrath, Margt., 217
Maguire, Wm., 923
Mahan, Margt., 753
Mahar, Anthony, 551, 552, 762
Maher, Jas., 924
Maher, Mary, 915
Maher. Michl., 649
Maher, Thomas, 692, 706
Mahon. Catharine, 721
Mahon, Pierce, 721
Mahoney, Cathe., 708
Mahoney, John, 724
Mahoney, Tim, 644, 708, 914
Mahony, Dennis, 646, 921
Mahony, Ellen, 723
Mahony, Mary, 708
Mahony, Tim, 723
Maine, Peter, 647
Malone, Ann, 694
Malone, James, 645, 926
Manahan, Mary, "GI"
Mangan, Alexr., 738
Mangan, Bridget, 692
Mangan, John, 730
Mangin, Francis, 761
Mannally, Andw., 217
Maper, Thos., 694
Mara, Martin, 712
Marily, Margaret, "GI"
Maroney, Michael, 695
Marra, Wm., 217
Martin, Mary, 712
Martin, Patt., 916
Martin, Rose, "GI"
Martin, Thomas, "GI"
Martin, Thos., 734
Martin, Wm., 219
Masterson, Patt., 916
Mathews, John, 917
Mathews, Thos., 551, 552, 649, 747, 761, 762
Maulin (widow), 220
Mayan, Catherine, 644
Meahan, John, 695
Mealey, John, 921
Meathers, Robert, 734
Medel, Jas., 908
Medley, Susan, "GI"
Meechan, Nora, 922
Meehan, Nora, 646
Melay, John, 928
Melvin (widow), 226
Milcaryhny, Pat., "GI"
Miles, Jas., 908
Miligan, Bess, 919
Miligan, Eliza, 645
Millane, Wm., 732
Miller, Jno., 222
Miller, Margret, 910
Millone, James, 724
Mitchell, Equilla, 686
Mitchell, Thomas, 724
Mitchil, John, 918
Mitchil, Patt., 917
Mitchil, Saml., 910
Moffatt, Robt., 226, 227
Monahan, Anne, 917
Monahan, Jane, 918
Monghan. MI., 712
Mooney, Catherine, 216, 728
Mooney, Jane, "GI"
Moore (widow), 219
Moore, Isabel, 747
Moore, Mary, 928
Moore, Nichs., 641, 919
Moran, Catherine, 914
Moran, Lawrence, 691
Moran, John, 732
Moran, Michl., 910
More, Jane, 706
More, Nichs., 563
Morgan, Joseph, 694
Morrin, Toby, 691
Morris (widow), 551, 552, 762
Morrison, Saml., 712
Morrissy, Ellen, 551, 552, 761, 762
Morrow, George, 695
Moryarty, John, 918
Mullen, Tim, 915
Mullhall (widow), 224, 225
Mullins, John, 918, 927
Mullins, Laurence, 730
Mullowney, James, 700
Mullowney, Wm., 928
Mullowny, John, 927
Mullowny, William, 646
Mulloy, Hugh, 563, 641, 918
Mulloy, John, 649
Mulroy (widow), 216
Munock, Nancy, 706
Munson, Terence, 922
Murmelly, Bryan, 753
Murphy, Biddy, 712
Murphy, David, 222
Murphy, Dennis, 909
Murphy, John, 917, 926
Murphy, Mary, 682, 686
Murphy, Maurice, 732
Murphy, Patt., 563, 642, 920
Murphy, Thos., 218, 917
Murray, John, 698
Murray, Mary, 645, 747, 917
McAddam, Saml., 690
McAleer, Jerrard, 736
McAllincle, Jno., 700
McAndrew, Michael, 751
McAndrew, Michl., 563, 641
McAndrew, Richd., 920
McAndrews, Edwd., 219
McAnnall, Jane, 221
McAnnally, Hannah, 219
McBernie, Mary, 215
McCabe, Danl., 563, 641, 918
McCage, George, 645
McCallister, Eliza, 917
McCan, T., 563
McCane, Js., 220
McCann, John, 649, 691, 924
McCann, Tim, 641
McCannan, Donald, 923
McCarfery, Norah, 743
McCargon, John, "GI"
McCarrick, Thomas, 728
McCarter, John, 924
McCarthy, Barthlew, 917
McCarthy, Batt., 704
McCarthy, Cathe., 721
McCarthy. Chas.. 723
McCarthy, Dennis, 708
McCarthy, Ellen, 747
McCarthy, Eugene, 704
McCarthy, Florence, 741
McCarthy, Jane, 747
McCarthy, Owen, 708
McCarthy, Patk., 691
McCarty, Bartholew, 563
McCarty, Cathrn., 908, 920
McCarty, Edwd., 222
McCarty, Jas., 923
McCarty, Michl., 646, 928
McCashin, Arthur, 909
McCaskin, Hugh, 647, 923
McCathrine, Dougald, 647, 923
McCaul, James, 919
McCauley, Bathlew., 641
McCauly, Saml., 909
McCaw, Tierney, 919
McCeag, George, 917
McCew, Ann, 922
McClenehan, Wm., 910
McClone, Margret, 922
McCloud, Robt., 926
McConerty, Brien, 708
McConnel, Chas., 922
McConnel, Mary, 908, 922
McCormack, Michl., 921
McCormick, Michl., 646
McCormick, Peter, "GI"
McCormick, Tom, 920
McCormick, Thos., 564, 642
McCoy, Cath., 691
McCoy, Patk., 222
McCulham, Hugh, 908
McCullagh, Thos. 717
McDermot, Biddy, 753
McDermot, Fanny, 747
McDermott, Catherine, 645
McDermott, Thos., 909
McDevitte, Anne, 917
McDevitte, Catherine, 918
McDonald, Charles, 690
McDonald, Edward, 741
McDonald, John, 216, 691, 759
McDonald, Mary, 221, 708
McDonald, Patt., 924
McDonald, Timothy, 218
McDonnell (widw.), 214
McDonnold, Jas., 649
McDonough, Mary 221
McDuel, Robert, 702
McEachern, Don'd., 219
McEllice, Mary, 910
McEntire, E., 757
McFee, Mary, 647, 923
McGary, Owen, 724
McGavin, F., 908
McGavin, Fanny, 646, 920
McGeogh, Patrick, 694
McGill, Mary Jane, bet. 215-216
McGill, Mary, 738
McGill, Owen, 681
McGinnes, Michl., 751
McGinnis, Joseph, 920
McGivern, Bridget, 224
McGough, Patrick, 916
McGovern, Francis, 917
McGrain, John, 694
McGrath, Mary, 734, 910
McGrath, Owen, 646, 928
McGrath, Wm., 734
McGregor, Archibald, 646, 922
McGuen, Thos., 918
McGuigan, Alexander, 645, 916
McGuire, Catherine, "GI"
McGuire, Edwd., 694
McGuire, Ellen, 757
McGuire, Thos., 214
McGuirk, Biddy, 645
McGurk, Biddy, 916
McInnery, Simon, 730
McKea, David, 908
McKelvy, Wm., 647, 923
McKenagh, Elizabeth, 704
McKenna, Catherine, 738
McKenna, Chs., 649
McKeon, George, 724
McKeon, Henry, 702
McKeon, Jno., 700
McKewen, Robt., 909
McKimmins, J., 757
McKinley, Elizabeth, "GI"
McKlehan, Jas., 924
McLarne, [not given], 726
McLauchlin, Edwd., 706
McLaughlin, Ann, 706
McLaughlin, Joseph, 910
McLaughlin, Michl., 919, 923
McLaughlin, Thos., 908
McLean, Saml., 723
McLennan, Jno., 214
McMahon, Bridgt., 221
McMahon, Jno., 682
McMahon, Margt., 220
McMahon, Saml., 759
McManus, Anne, 922
McManus, Jas., 644
McMaster, Mary J., 909
McMorough, Owen, 681
McMullen, Alex, 751
McMullen, nos., 563, 641, 916
McMullen, Wm., 732
McMullen, Alexr., 753
McNab, Robert, "GI"
McNabb, George, 923
McNamara, Jas., 761
McNamara, Michl., 216
McNeil, Sarah, 698
McNorton, Nancy, "GI"
McPherson, Martin, 647, 923
McPhilip, Hugh, 706
McQuade, Owen, 717
McQuety, Jane, 747
McSweeney, Dan]., 927
McSweeney, Miles, 721
MoVanna, Robt., 724
McWhelan, James, 700
McWiggin, Catherine, "GI"
 

Names of Emigrants from the 1845-1847 Records of James Allison, Emigrant Agent at Montreal.

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The full details found in the book or on the microfilm vary. Here is an example for the name Samuel McMahon: Emigrant Department Quebec 12 Aug. 1846. List of destitute passengers forwarded to Montreal who arrived yesterday evening from Grosse Isle Hospital. Samuel McMahon, wife and 6 children - were in a hospital 4 weeks. Going to friends in Niagara. Another example for a man named Patrick Fitzpatrick. Emigrant Department Quebec, 14 July 1846. List of indigent emigrants forwarded to Montreal per Steamer Montreal: Patrick Fitzpatrick & family. 1 male adult, 1 female adult, 4 children 3-12 years, 1 child free. Destination: Welllington Square

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