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From: Charani <>
Subject: Re: [B&D] Canadian Passenger Lists
Date: Thu, 08 Jul 2010 18:50:43 +0100
References: <4C349F5B.firstname.lastname@example.org><F13E33D962C04D30B05C5CC34DE0EEEE@casofilia> <D283BA7EC2074DDD833FDCD55C39B244@Tony><46D19805727D4349B6007A51226019F8@chris38fc00f0c>
Chris Jefferies wrote:
> My Grandma's sister emigrated from Bristol to Vancouver in 1907. From recent
> posts I found images of the passenger lists are available for free on line.
> Unfortunately there are so many possible ports of departure and arrival that
> there are several hundred possible ship arrivals.
> Can I ask Canadian members if anyone apart from Ancestry has indexed the
> passenger lists as its not worth joining for what will probably be just one
> image. I know from the Ancestry index that Percy Raymond Olds arrived in
> Quebec and by trial & error that he seems to have departed from Glasgow
> which is not the most obvious port.
FMP has the outbound passenger lists from 1890 to 1960. You should be
able to find your grandmother's sister there.
OPC for Walton, Greinton and Clutton, SOM
Asst OPC for Ashcott and Shapwick, SOM
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