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From: "Shirley Smith" <>
Subject: FERMANAGH-GOLD Johnston to Saint John, NB. PANB
Date: Sat, 12 Nov 2011 14:31:04 GMT
Hello, PANB stands for Provincial Archives of New Brunswick. Here is a link: http://archives.gnb.ca
Click on Search, click on Immigration, then follow till you come to the Passenger lists. PANB REGERENCE # MC1852 MS 53 is the archives number for this record.
My Grahams came to Saint John, NB, from Fermanagh, but no passenger list survives for them. By the way, Saint John, NB, is never abbreviated to St. John -- don't know why, but Saint is always spelled out. Same applies to the Saint John river. Shirley
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Cc: Katharine Cipolla <>
Subject: Re: FERMANAGH-GOLD Digest, Vol 6, Issue 431
Date: Sat, 12 Nov 2011 14:14:42 +0000 (UTC)
Jane Johnston was 13 in 1852 ( born 4/11/1839 Fermanagh)
Siblings were Mary Ann , Elizabeth, Joseph, James and Robert.
They went to St John NB in the 1850s.
I once found a PANB REGERENCE # MC1852 MS 53
for the Mary Ann 1 from Derry to St. John NB 1852 with them
all on the list...
if that makes any sense to anyone, please let me know.
How can I find the passenger list again?
Winky Houle Cherry
P. O. Box 706
Tesuque, New Mexico
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