CARLOW HISTORY

 
Carlow County - Ireland Genealogical Projects (IGP TM)

Emigrants from Carlow

1817


Over 5,500 Emigrants which amounted about 1,000 families emigrated to Canada (British North America) in the Spring. of November. 1817 from Carlow and Wexford.

You can see a list of names on the website (link below). Unfortunately the names / families are not listed by County.

1. http://www.theshipslist.com/ships/passengerlists/emigrants1818rc.shtml

 A more detailed article on this list and the people in it was written by Dr. Bruce Elliott and was published in: Donald H. Akenson, ed., "Canadian Papers in Rural History", V. VIII (1992), pp. 277/305, including detailed footnotes and information on some specific families.

IGSI - Information Sources, Passenger lists


Australian Monument to the Famine

Girls Orphaned by Irish Famine from Carlow & Laois

Bergen Ann, Old Derrick, Laois
Bergen Elizabeth, Old Derrick, Laois
Britt Sarah, Carlow
Burgess Mary Ann, Tullow, Carlow
Cane Ann, Carlow
Cook Mary, Carlow
Dowling Ellen, Newtown, Laois 
Doyle Mary, Mountmellick, Laois 
Dunphy Mary, Abbeyleix, Laois 
Flemming Rose, Ballyadam, Laois 
Keefe Alice, Ballilone, Laois 
Kennedy Anne, Arles, Laois 
McGrath Bridget, Tulloch, Carlow 
Miller Mary, Cloneslie, Laois 
Mitchell Rebecca, Tulloch, Carlow 
Muldowney Bridget, Ballnikill, Laois 
Pender Catherine, Towlerton, Laois 
Phelan Mary Ann, Castletown, Laois 
Power Catherine, Annicart, Laois 
Whelan Eliza, Abbeyleix, Laois 
Source: http://www.irishfaminememorial.org/
Links to more Famine material:3

 

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