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From: Douglas MacKenzie <>
Subject: Re: [SCT-INV] Lost anyone from Skye
Date: Sun, 31 Aug 2003 19:27:18 +0100
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At 09:02 31/08/03 -0600, Jan wrote:
>The passenger lists of all 29 ships of the HIES are already on the net at
Because the records of the HIES are in the National Archives in Edinburgh,
the Scottish Archive Network has also transcribed them at
This version is searchable and is interesting as it shows those who intended
to emigrate (not always the same as those who did). The placenames are
also sometimes more accurate than on the Keddy transcriptions.
We also have worked with the HIES records and, generally where we have
information as to what happened to people when they reached Australia,
have the records in the People section of theClearances.org. Names are
fully searchable, or you can search by vessel, port etc. For example, the
Ontario passengers on whom we have some information are at
The Highland Clearances
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