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From: Charani <>
Subject: Re: [B&D] Canadian Passenger Lists
Date: Thu, 08 Jul 2010 18:50:43 +0100
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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.


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Charani (UK)
OPC for Walton, Greinton and Clutton, SOM
Asst OPC for Ashcott and Shapwick, SOM
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