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Passenger Lists and Arrivals, District and Port of Providence, RI 1820-1849 (completed)

List of all Passengers taken on board the Schooner Planter of Providence, Timothy Lewis, Master, in any foreign port or place, (to wit), at Matanzes. Providence, April 16, 1827.

Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the voyage
Patrick Kelly 32 male Mason Ireland United States none

List of all Passengers taken on board the Brig Union of Providence R.I., William Burr, Master, in any foreign port or place, (to wit), at Liverpool, England. Providence, June 10 1828.

Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the voyage
Patrick Carney 34 male Wheelwright Ireland United States none
William Woods 25 male Labourer Ireland United States  
Francis Coolon 23 male Labourer Ireland Unnited States  

List of all Passengers taken on board the Schooner Savannah of Providence, Benjamin Hill, Master, in any foreign port or place, (to wit), at Sydney. Providence, November 2 1831.

Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the voyage
Edward Saunders 19 male Labourer Ireland United States none
Francis Bryan 21 male Labourer Ireland United States  

List of all Passengers taken on board the Schooner Grasshopper of Arichat, Simon Landris, Master, in any foreign port or place, (to wit), at Halifax. Providence, July 25 1832.

Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the voyage
Bridget McGrath 35 female servant Nova Scotia U. States none
Mary McGrath 8 female   Nova Scotia U. States  
William McGrath 5 male   Nova Scotia U. States  

List of all Passengers taken on board the Brig Enterprise of Providence, Wm. E. Clifford, Master, in any foreign port or place, (to wit), at Havana. Providence, May 28 1834.

Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the voyage
Wm. F. King 23 male Br. Army Ireland world none

List of all Passengers taken on board the Brig Emeline of Fall River, S.L. Burgess, Master, in any foreign port or place, (to wit), at Pictou N.S. Providence, July 28 1834.

Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the voyage
Mary Hughes 40 female uncertain Nova Scotia United States none
Ann Hughes 9 female uncertain Nova Scotia United States  
Patrick Hughes 8 male uncertain Nova Scotia United States  
Edward Hughes 7 male uncertain Nova Scotia United States  
Catherine Hughes 3 female uncertain Nova Scotia United States  
William Hughes 2 male uncertain Nova Scotia United States  
John Hughes 5 months male uncertain Nova Scotia United States  

List of all Passengers taken on board the Brig Martha Ann of Boston, Eben Ingalls, Master, in any foreign port or place, (to wit), at Pictou N.S. Providence, October 27 1834.

Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the voyage
George Hinds 27 male Seaman Nova Scotia Boston none
Ellen Hinds 25 female Milliner Nova Scotia Boston  
Bridget Obrien 17 female Milliner Nova Scotia Boston  
Margaret Butler 16 female Milliner Nova Scotia Boston  
Sarah Butler 40 female none Nova Scotia Boston  
Mary Hinds 2 female none Nova Scotia Boston  

List of all Passengers taken on board the Brig Waltham of Providence, Pardon Sheldon, Master, in any foreign port or place, (to wit), at Pictou. Providence, July 27 1835.

Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the voyage
Michael Burns 50 male Carpenter Ireland Providence none
Wm. Muhounay 20 male labourer Ireland Philadelphia  
Patrick Brennan 20 male cooper Nova Scotia Fall River  
Catharine Brennan 18 female   Nova Scotia Fall River  
Margaret Mullen 26 female   Nova Scotia Fall River  
James Mullen 6 male   Nova Scotia Fall River  
Wm Mullen 4 male   Nova Scotia Fall River  
Moses Mullen 2 male   Nova Scotia Fall River  
Rachel Tanner 25 female   Nova Scotia Providence  
Henry Tanner 4 male   Nova Scotia Providence  
Elizabeth Tanner 2 female   Nova Scotia Providence  
Margaret Pendagras 28 female   Ireland Providence  
Ellen Brown 17 female   N. Scotia Cranton [sic]  

List of all Passengers taken on board the Brig Agennia of Providence, J.B. Spooner, Master, in any foreign port or place, (to wit), at Pictou. Providence, Aug 27 1835.

Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the voyage
Francis McCabe 30 male Miner Great Britain United States none
 

List of all Passengers taken on board the Brig Sampson of Providence, Binn L. Doane, Master, in any foreign port or place, (to wit), at Pictou N.S. Providence, Sept 19 1835.

Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the voyage
George Murray 40 male factor Pictou U. States none
Dan McVickar 17 male factor Pictou U. States  
Margaret Murray 25 female seamstress Pictou U. States  
Isabella Gray 25 female seamstress Pictou U. States  
Ferel McCloud 18 female   Pictou U. States  
William McCloud 20 male   Pictou U. States  

List of all Passengers taken on board the Brig Smyrna of Providence, John L. Perry, Master, in any foreign port or place, (to wit), at Liverpool. Providence, May 9 1837.

Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the voyage
Thomas Finton 37 male labourer Ireland U. States none
Catherine Finton 26 female   Ireland U. States  
Stephen Finton 13 male   Ireland U. States  
Timothy Finton 11 male   Ireland U. States  
James Finton 7 male   Ireland U. States  
Francis Finton 5 male   Ireland U. States  
John Levanen 30 male labourer Ireland U. States  
Thomas Lawler 19 male   Ireland U. States  
Wm Ryan 21 male   Ireland U. States  
Bridget Murray 30 female   Ireland U. States  
Bridget Garrity 26 female   Ireland U. States  
Patrick Lawler 23 male   Ireland U. States  
Catherine Fallon 20 female   Ireland U. States  
Thomas Lawler 1/2 male   Ireland U. States  
James Murray 30 male labourer Ireland U. States  
John Farrel 34 male   Ireland U. States  
John Farrel 13 male   Ireland U. States  
Daniel Flin 35 male   Ireland U. States  
Ellen Flin 14 female   Ireland U. States  
Margaret Flin 10 female   Ireland U. States  
John Sachen 22 male   Ireland U. States  
George McNally 40 male weaver Ireland U. States  
Robert Graham 30 male tailor Ireland U. States  
Elizabeth Graham 20 female   Ireland U. States  
Wm Kelps 20 male weaver Ireland U. States  
John Kelps 23 male gardener Ireland U. States  
James Morrison 18 male tailor Ireland U. States  
Catherine Divine 26 female   Ireland U. States  
Norah Divine 26 female   Ireland U. States  
Mary Garrity 26 female   Ireland U. States  
Patrick [Garrity?] 26 male   Ireland U. States  
Richard Lambert 24 male   Ireland U. States  
Michael Nora 22 male   Ireland U. States  
Thomas Kelly 22 male clerk Ireland U. States  
Michael Flin 19 male clerk Ireland U. States  
Martin Maden 18 male clerk Ireland U. States  
Felix McGlanible 21 male clerk Ireland U. States  
Thomas Dennison 22 male clerk Ireland U. States  
James Marvin 24 male labourer Ireland U. States  
Thomas Martin 32 male   Ireland U. States  
Mary Norton 25 female   Ireland U. States  
James Marion 19 male labourer Ireland U. States  
Patrick Caffety 24 male   Ireland U. States  
Patrick Bryant 22 male   Ireland U. States  
John Mahany 23 male   Ireland U. States  
Wm McCormick 20 male   Ireland U. States  
Peter Gay 26 male groom Ireland U. States  
Judith Gay 25 female   Ireland U. States  
James Gay 2 male   Ireland U. States  
Lawrence Powell 24 male labourer Ireland U. States  
Margaret Powell 27 female   Ireland U. States  
Stephen Powell 1 male   Ireland U. States  
Thomas McCummins 24 male labourer Ireland U. States  
Thos Donahue 24 male   Ireland U. States  
Mary Sheridan 21 female   Ireland U. States  
Anna Sheridan 20 female   Ireland U. States  
Mary McVay 22 female   Ireland U. States  
Mary Macklin 20 female   Ireland U. States  
Bridget Riley 20 female   Ireland U. States  
Ann Martin 24 female   Ireland U. States  
Bridget Fearnan 19 female   Ireland U. States  
Bridget McManus 18 female   Ireland U. States  
Bryant Daley 32 male mason Ireland U. States  
Mary Daley 22 female   Ireland U. States  
Mary Dolfin 22 female   Ireland U. States  
Biddy [Olarry?] 24 female   Ireland U. States  
Biddy Conner 8 female   Ireland U. States  
Anna Hallen 24 female   Ireland U. States  
Michael Gilligan 32 male labourer Ireland U. States  
Bridget Gilligan 32 female   Ireland U. States  
Mary Gilligan 8 female   Ireland U. States  
Pat Lawkin 25 male labourer Ireland U. States  
Wm Lawkin 22 male   Ireland U. States  
Dennis Sullivan 26 male   Ireland U. States  
Pat Fox 23 male   Ireland U. States  
Timothy Clanen 20 male   Ireland U. States  
Martin Clanen 18 male   Ireland U. States  
Rary Foley 21 male servant Ireland U. States  
Ann Ledlidge 22 female servant Ireland U. States  
Mary Buckley 20 female   Ireland U. States  
Ellen Marvin 16 female   Ireland U. States  
Wm Malfather 20 male labourer Ireland U. States  
Michael Hora 23 male   Ireland U. States  
Patrick Scanlen 40 male   Ireland U. States  
John Kelly 23 male clerk Ireland U. States  
Mary Sheridan 17 female   Ireland U. States  

List of all Passengers taken on board the Ship Harard of Providence, Samuel English, Master, in any foreign port or place, (to wit), at Pictou. Providence, June 20 1837.

Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the voyage
Edward Finney 25 male laborer Nova Scotia U. States none
Isabel Grant 15 female servant Nova Scotia U. States  

List of all Passengers taken on board the Brig Leonidas of Providence, Ebenezer S. Crocker, Master, in any foreign port or place, (to wit), at Havana. Providence, Aug 8 1837.

Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the voyage
George Gallay 36 male miner Ireland U. States none
Daniel Golding 24 male contractor Ireland U. States  

In the Brig Sparkler of Belfast, Ichabod Boyles, master from Pictou. Providence, August 8, 1837.

Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the voyage
Wm Riley 28 male labourer Nova Scotia New York none

In the Brig Poland of Boston, James Simpson, master from Pictou. Providence, Aug 8, 1837.

Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the voyage
James Cavan 45 male Farmer Nova Scotia U.S.A. none
James Cavan Jr. 16 male Farmer Nova Scotia U.S.A.  
Theresa Quinn 20 female   U.S.A. U.S.A.  
Elizabeth Quinn 17 female   U.S.A. U.S.A.  
Mary Quinn 15 female   U.S.A. U.S.A.  

In the Brig Mary Cole of Thomaston, William Watts, master from Pictou. Providence, September 8, 1837.

Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the voyage
Margaret Conal 23 female servant Nova Scotia New York none

In the Schooner Mary of Portland, Alexander Pumroy, master from Pictou. Providence, September 11 1837.

Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the voyage
Patrick Coner 28 male Ship Carpenter Ireland Utica N York none
Mark Bradley 18 male Shoemaker Ireland Utica N York  
Isabel Jonte 18 female house maid Ireland Utica N York  

In the Schooner General Marion of Providence, Leander L. Franklin, master from Pictou. Providence, August 9: 1839.

Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the voyage
Samuel Kingston 68 male labourer Nova Scotia U. States none
Rebecca Kingston 62 female labourer Nova Scotia U. States  
William Kingston 27 male labourer Nova Scotia U. States  
Catherine Kingston 13 female labourer Nova Scotia U. States  
John Murray 23 male labourer Nova Scotia U. States  
Catherine Carroll 19 female labourer Nova Scotia U. States  

Brig Charles Joseph. Nathaniel S. Maunan, Master of Providence from Pictou N.S. District of Providence for the Third quarter of the year 1843.

Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants
Ellen Looney 25 female Servant Ireland United States
Ellen Lynch 50 female Servant Ireland United States
Betsey Lynch 17 female Servant Ireland United States
Mary Ann Lynch 15 female Servant Ireland United States
Samuel Lynch 16 male Laborour Ireland United States
William Lynch 12 male Laborour Ireland United States
Abraham Lynch 10 male Laborour Ireland United States
Sarah Skelton 58 female Servant Ireland United States
Ann Skelton 16 female Servant Ireland United States
Isaac Skelton 10 male Servant Ireland United States
James Skelton 8 male Child Ireland United States

 

Copies of Lists of Passengers arrived in the District of Providence in the second quarter of the year 1844.

Brig Lucretia of Providence, John S. Adamson, Master, from Pictou N.S.
Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the voyage
William Foster 25 Male Carpenter Nova Scotia United States none
[__] McKenzie 26 Male Carpenter Nova Scotia United States  
Francis Kerr 26 Male ? Nova Scotia United States  
George Patterson 22 Male Ship Joiner Nova Scotia United States  
William Kelly 26 Male Laborer Ireland United States  
Jane Campbell 25 Female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Mary Campbell 20 Female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Susan Campbell 16 Female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Jane Robinson 18 Female Dressmaker Nova Scotia United States  
Brig Noble of Lubec, Francis Deming, Master, from Pictou N.S.
Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the voyage
James Gowdey 26 Male Grocer Nova Scotia United States none
Margaret Gowdey 28 Female Lady Nova Scotia United States  
Jane Clark 19 Female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Margaret A. Gowdey 2 Female Child Nova Scotia United States  
James W.H. Gowdey 6 months Male Infant Nova Scotia United States  
James Corlis 21 Male Saddler Nova Scotia United States  
John Goodkin 22 Male Tanner & Currier Nova Scotia United States  
Edward Needham 24 Male Tanner & Currier Nova Scotia United States  
William Murdock 21 Male House Joiner Nova Scotia United States  
Walter Sutherland 21 Male House Joiner Nova Scotia United States  

 

Copies of Lists of Passengers arrived in the District of Providence in the Third quarter of the year 1844. District of Providence October 1st 1844.

Brig Chilian of Halifax, George Millen, Master, from Pictou N.S.
Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the voyage
John McCan 25 male Laborer Nova Scotia United States none
Brig Commerce of Providence, James G. Allen, Master, from Pictou N.S.
Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the voyage
John Chaney 32 male Laborer Nova Scotia United States none
Mary Chaney 25 female Laborer Nova Scotia United States  
John McKabb 30 male Mason Nova Scotia United States  
John Burnett 20 male Mason Nova Scotia United States  
Mary Condon 18 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Ann McLellan 24 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Elizabeth Delana 19 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Anna Delana 17 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Brig Lucretia of Providence, John S. Adamson, Master, from Pictou N.S.
Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the voyage
Robert Mitchell 26 male Laborer England United States none
David McDougall 23 male Farmer Nova Scotia United States  
Timothy Newell 45 male Joiner Nova Scotia United States  
Alexander Logan 24 male Shipwright Nova Scotia United States  
Hugh Donaldson 21 male Cordwainer Nova Scotia United States  
Thomas McNemlish[?] 20 male Laborer Nova Scotia United States  
Daniel Foster 19 male Shipwright Nova Scotia United States  
Lillis Smith 22 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Margaret Robertson 21 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Jane Harris 25 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Ann Stafford 24 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Ann Foster 22 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Elizabeth Stevenson 38 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Nancy Morrisson 18 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Janette McCloud 23 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Ann Gordon 28 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Margaret Benton 20 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Ann McKenzie 20 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Elizabeth Sutherland 21 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Jane Foster 18 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Grace McMillien 19 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Syllia McCloud 13 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Margaret Johnston 18 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Sarah Johnston 14 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Mary Ann Welch 18 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Betsey McPhee 20 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Mary Howard 18 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Margaret Forbis 18 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Christiana McIntosh 26 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Isabella Smith 25 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Mary Teir 31 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Elizabeth McKeen 29 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Mary McLain 26 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Isabella Logan 21 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Catherine Logan 18 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Ann G[___?] 18 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Bark Triton of Providence, Henry Luce- Master, from Pictou N.S.
Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the voyage
Isabella K. Laughlin 15 female Servant Nova Scotia United States none
John [C. Carten?] 30 male Cordwainer Nova Scotia United States  
[_______?] 22 male Laborer Nova Scotia United States  
Joseph Cor[___?] 15 male Carpenter Nova Scotia United States  
Peter [___] McKay 36 male Carpenter Nova Scotia United States  
 

Copies of Lists of Passengers arrived in the District of Providence in the Fourth quarter of the year 1844. District of Providence January 1st 1845.

Bark Lucretia of Providence, John S. Adamson, Master, from Pictou N.S.
Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the voyage
William Foster 50 male Ship wright Nova Scotia United States none
Henry Foster 30 male Ship wright Nova Scotia United States  
James McQuan[?] 17 male Laborer Nova Scotia United States  
Mary McMillan 22 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Cristhia McKinnen 23 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Harriet Neville 13 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
 

Copies of Lists of Passengers taken on board the following Vessels and arriving at the Port of Providence in the Third quarter of the year 1845. District & Port of Providence October 1 1845.

Bark Lucretia, John Jones, from Pictou N.S., July 3d 1845
Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants
Margaret Foster 37 female Lady British Provinces United States
Catharine Foster 17 female Lady British Provinces United States
George Foster 15 male Lad British Provinces United States
Charles Foster 12 male Lad British Provinces United States
Walter Foster 11 male Lad British Provinces United States
Henry Foster 10 male Lad British Provinces United States
Mary Foster 4 female Child British Provinces United States
Infant Foster 1 female Child British Provinces United States
Margaret McCale 17 female Servant British Provinces United States
Jessy Fraser 25 female Servant British Provinces United States
Mary Ann Church 18 female Servant British Provinces United States
Sarah Ann Church 44 female Laborer British Provinces United States
John Church 16 male Lad British Provinces United States
George Church 12 male Lad British Provinces United States
Elizabeth McLarlan 24 female Laborer British Provinces United States
Ann McLarlan 3 female Child British Provinces United States
Timothy McLarlan 2 male Child British Provinces United States
Infant McLarlan 1 male Child British Provinces United States
Sarah McCale 33 female Servant British Provinces United States
Anthony McCale 10 male Lad British Provinces United States
John Henry McCale 12 male Lad British Provinces United States
Robert Church 23 male Laborer British Provinces United States
Bark Julia, John A. Burgess, from Pictou N.S., July 7th 1845
Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants
James Gilfillin 53 male farmer British Provinces United States
Jinet Gilfillin 63 female Lady British Provinces United States
William Gilfillin 26 male Farmer British Provinces United States
Betsey Gilfillin 20 female Lady British Provinces United States
Jane Gilfillin 10 female Child British Provinces United States
Bark Julia, John A. Burgess, from Pictou N.S., July 7th 1845
Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants
Robert Sinclair 32 male Farmer British Provinces United States
Alexander Sinclair 18 male Farmer British Provinces United States
Duncan McKellon 39 male Carpenter British Provinces United States
Neil McLeary 25 male Laborer British Provinces United States
George McKinnon 15 male Servant British Provinces United States
Jane McKinnon 13 female Servant British Provinces United States
Bark Carlos, Nicholas Johnson, from Pictou N.S., August 1845
Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants
William McKay 17  male   Carpenter British Provinces United States
Bark Hiram W. Tyler, John Tyler, from Pictou N.S., August 29th 1845
Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants
Rebecca Cummings 40 female Housekeeper British Provinces United States
Margaret Cummings 12 female Miss British Provinces United States
Margaret Rice 28 female Housekeeper British Provinces United States
Harriet Rice 2 female Child British Provinces United States
Thomas Brown 27 male Miner British Provinces United States
George Bradley 35 male Miner British Provinces United States
Bark Lucretia, John Jones, from Pictou N.S., September 2d 1845
Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants
Elizabeth McKay 20 female Servant British Provinces United States
Margery Delany 20 female Servant British Provinces United States
John Smith 54 male Laborer British Provinces United States
Bark Triton, Henry Luce, from Pictou N.S., September 18th 1845
Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants
Barnard Carlay 70 male Laborer British Provinces United States
Mary Carley 60 female Laborer British Provinces United States
James McDonald 25 male Shoemaker British Provinces United States
Ann McDonald 20 female Spinster British Provinces United States
Mary Maxwell 17 female Spinster British Provinces United States
Lillis Taylor 23 female Spinster British Provinces United States
Betsey McKeil 27 female Spinster British Provinces United States
Margaret Henderson 12 female Spinster British Provinces United States

 

Copy of Lists of Passengers taken on board the following Vessels in Foreign Ports. District & Port of Providence January 1 1846.

Schooner Richmond, William Harford, Master, from Pictou N.S., October 27th 1845  
Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Remarks
Andrew Irving 24 male Student Medicine Canada New York  
John T. McNeill 36 male Ship Wright Nova Scotia Canada  
Ann McNeill 36 female Lady Nova Scotia Canada  
Matilda McNeill 6 female Child Nova Scotia Canada  
Grace E. McNeill 4 female Child Nova Scotia Canada  
John S. McNeill 2 male Child Nova Scotia Canada  
Mary E. McNeill Infant female Child Nova Scotia Canada  
Alphred Simpson 21 male Coach Builder Nova Scotia Canada  
Sarah Simpson 20 female Lady Nova Scotia Canada  
John Simpson Infant male Child Nova Scotia Canada  
Bark Lucretia, John Jones, Master, from Pictou N.S., October 20 1845  
Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Remarks
Nancy McLeod 30 female Servant Nova Scotia United States  
Jane Nevill 50 female Laborer Nova Scotia United States  
Catharine Nevill 7 female Miss Nova Scotia United States  
James Nevill 12 male Boy Nova Scotia United States  
Daniel Nevill 9 male Boy Nova Scotia United States  
William Cummings 70 male Laborer Ireland United States  
John Cummings 12 male Laborer Nova Scotia United States  

 

Copy of Lists of Passengers taken on board the following Vessels in any Foreign port or place and landed at the Port of Providence in the 2d quarter of 1846. Port of Providence July 1 1846.

Brig Rainbow (British), Israel Church, Master, from Pictou N.S., June 23d 1846  
Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the Voyage
Thomas Delaney 30 male Miner Ireland United States None
Daniel Foster 21 male Ship Carpenter British N.A. Colonies United States  

 

Copy of Lists of Passengers arriving at the Port of Providence in the 3d quarter of 1846 taken on board the following vessels in any foreign port of place. District & Port of Providence October 1st 1846.

Bark Lucretia, John Jones, Master, from Pictou, July 31st 1846  
Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the Voyage
Ann McCoule 20 female Servant British Provinces United States None
Margaret McCoule 15 female Servant British Provinces United States  
Margaret Smith 59 female Servant British Provinces United States  
William Cummings 18 male Seaman British Provinces United States  
Bark Julia, James G. Allen, Master, from Pictou N.S., August 27th 1846  
Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the Voyage
Catharine McDonald 23 female Servant British Provinces United States None
Margaret McDonald 30 female Servant British Provinces United States  
Brig Orion, Daniel Randall, Master, from Pictou N.S., September 23d 1846  
Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the Voyage
Grace Adamson 22 female Lady British Provinces United States None
Martha J. Griffiths 18 female Lady British Provinces United States  
Catharine J. Tierney 16 female Servant British Provinces United States  
Mary Ann Tierney 15 female Servant British Provinces United States  

 

Copy of a List of all Passengers taken on board the Bark Acadia of Providence, Philander Crosby - Master, in any foreign port of place (to wit), at Pictou N.S. List of all the Passengers arriving at the District and Port of Providence in the Fourth Quarter of 1847.

Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the Voyage
George Murray 21 male   British American Colonies United States None
John Gray 27 male   British American Colonies United States  
Mrs. John Gray 24 female Lady British American Colonies United States  
Daniel Gray 2 male Child British American Colonies United States  
Isabella Henderson 18 female Lady British American Colonies United States  
            McQueen 50 female Lady British American Colonies United States  
Jane McQueen 16 female Lady British American Colonies United States  
Mary A. McQueen 13 female Child British American Colonies United States  
Isabella McQueen 8 female Child British American Colonies United States  
Elizabeth Stevenson 30 female Lady British American Colonies United States  
Ann McKenzie 20 female Lady British American Colonies United States  

 

List of all the Passengers taken on board the Bark Triton of Providence, Henry Luce, Master, in any Foreign Port or Place (to wit), at Pictou N.S. in the third quarter of the Year 1848. 

Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the Voyage
Ann Partridge 45 female Lady B. A. Colonies United States  
Susan Caffrey 27 female Lady B. A. Colonies United States  
Barbara Maxwell 35 female Lady B. A. Colonies United States  
Ann Caffrey 1 female   B. A. Colonies United States  
Sarah Turnbell 25 female Lady B. A. Colonies United States  
Elizabeth McLellan 20 female Lady B. A. Colonies United States  
Patrick Cannon 25 male Carpenter B. A. Colonies United States  
John Marshal 35 male Carpenter B. A. Colonies United States  
William Mickles 35 male Boat Maker B. A. Colonies United States  
Margaret Tolbert 25 female Lady B. A. Colonies United States Died at Sea July 4, 1848

Schooner Georgina (British), Angus McDonald, Master, from Pictou N.S. Providence, July 26 1848.

Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the Voyage
Robert Smith 35 male Ship Carpenter B. A. Colonies B. A. Colonies None
George McCabe 28 male Ship Carpenter B. A. Colonies B. A. Colonies  

Brig Musician[?] (British), Dezin Martell, Master, from Pictou N.S. Providence, July 26 1848.

Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the Voyage
James Nichols 16 male Farmer B. A. Colonies B. A. Colonies  
Charles McLaughlin 19 male Farmer B. A. Colonies B. A. Colonies None

Brig Arctiney, Samuel D. Hoyt, Master, from Pictou N.S. Providence, August 5, 1848

Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the Voyage
Patrick Murphy 45 male Laborer B. A. Colonies United States  
Eunice Murphy 45 female Laborer B. A. Colonies United States None

Brig Harriet Newell, Nicholas P. Warren, Master, from Pictou N.S. Providence, August 25, 1848

Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the Voyage
John Murdock 28 male Carpenter B. A. Colonies United States  
Burton McCoy 18 male Carpenter B. A. Colonies United States None

Brig Majestic,  Christopher E. McNear, Master, from Pictou N.S. Providence, Sept 12, 1848

Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the Voyage
Isabel McMillen 18 female Lady B. A. Colonies United States None

Schr. Timesta, Samuel H, Sugatt, Master, from Pictou N.S. Providence, Sept 25, 1848.

Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the Voyage
John Hickey 41 male Ship Caulker B. A. Colonies B. A. Colonies  
Mary Ann Hickey 36 female Lady B. A. Colonies B. A. Colonies  
Catharine Hickey 15 female } B. A. Colonies B. A. Colonies  
Mary Ann Hickey 13 female } Children of B. A. Colonies B. A. Colonies  
Bartholemew Hickey 9 male } John & B. A. Colonies B. A. Colonies  
Eleanor Hickey 6 female } Mary Ann B. A. Colonies B. A. Colonies  
Margaret Hickey 4 female } Hickey B. A. Colonies B. A. Colonies  
Honora Hickey 1 female } B. A. Colonies B. A. Colonies  
John Hogan 35 male Bricklayer B. A. Colonies United States  
Elizabeth Hogan 24 female Lady B. A. Colonies United States None

Bark Triton, Henry Luce, Master, from Pictou N.S. Providence, Sept 27, 1848.

Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the Voyage
George Mackay 20 male Druggist B. A. Colonies United States  
Miss Ann Patterson 30 female Lady B. A. Colonies United States  
Martha Clark 18 female Lady B. A. Colonies United States None

Bark Beaver, John Edmonds, Master, from Pictou N.S. Providence, Sept 29 1848.

Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the Voyage
Mary Ann Dugan 24 female Lady B. A. Colonies United States  
John Dugan 3 male Child B. A. Colonies United States  
John Smith 42 male House Carpenter B. A. Colonies United States None

 

Copy of List of all the passengers taken on board the British Brig Wilberforce of Halifax N.S., John Brittain, master, in any foreign port or place (to wit), at Pictou N.S. Providence June 28 1849.

Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the Voyage
Christy Fraser 28 female Lady British A. Colonies United States  
Catharine Fitzgerald 18 female Lady British A. Colonies United States  
Michael Kelly 38 male Cooper British A. Colonies United States  
Thomas Giddings 37 male Blacksmith British A. Colonies United States  
Rachael Giddings 32 female Lady British A. Colonies United States  
Anna Giddings 15 female Lady British A. Colonies United States  
Thomas Giddings 13 male Farmer British A. Colonies United States  
Edwin Giddings 9 male Farmer British A. Colonies United States  
Isaac Giddings 9 male Farmer British A. Colonies United States  
John Giddings 7 male Child British A. Colonies United States  
Rachael Giddings 5 female Child British A. Colonies United States  
William Giddings 3 male Child British A. Colonies United States  
Jacob Giddings 1 male Child British A. Colonies United States  

 

List of all Passengers taken on board the Bark Triton of Providence R.I., Thomas Meryman, master, in any foreign port of place (to wit), a Pictou N.S. at Sea June 27 1849.

Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the Voyage
John F. Simpson 42 male Mechanic British A. Colonies United States  
Catharine Simpson 34 female Lady British A. Colonies United States  
Mary Ann Simpson 7 female Child British A. Colonies United States  
Telsa[?] Simpson 5 female Child British A. Colonies United States None
Nancy McMillin 21 female Lady British A. Colonies United States  
Anna Graham 20 female Lady British A. Colonies United States  
Mary Wallen 19 female Lady British A. Colonies United States  
Hannah Adamson 17 female Lady British A. Colonies United States  
Mary M. Gass 25 25 Lady British A. Colonies United States  

 

Per British Brig Wilberforce, John Brittain, Master, from Pictou N.S. Providence, August 6 1849.

Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the Voyage
Mary Charters 52 female Lady British A. Colonies United States  
John Charters 13 male   British A. Colonies United States  
Mrs. Wilson 25 female Lady British A. Colonies United States  
Margaret Wilson 7 female Child British A. Colonies United States None
William H. Wilson 1 male Child British A. Colonies United States  
Mrs. Anna Stuffen 24 female Lady British A. Colonies United States  
Mrs. Ellen Smith 21 female Lady British A. Colonies United States  
Mrs. Catharine Mooney 18 female Lady British A. Colonies United States  

 

Per Brig Emeline, James A. Leet, Master, Pictou N.S. Providence, August 18th 1849.

Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the Voyage
Martha A. Frazer 18 female Lady British A. Colonies United States  
Maryinett Hughes 20 female Lady British A. Colonies United States  
Jane Bears 22 female Lady British A. Colonies United States  
Mary Ann McDonald 18 female Lady British A. Colonies United States  
Jane Leet 17 female Lady British A. Colonies United States  
Susan McPherson 19 female Lady British A. Colonies United States  
Anna Jenkins 20 female Lady British A. Colonies United States  

 

In the Bark Bark William of Damariscotta, Samuel C. Bailey, Master, from Pictou N.S. Providence November 3, 1849.

Names of Passengers Age Sex Occupation Country to which they belong Country of which they intend to become inhabitants Died on the Voyage
John Grant 29 male Blacksmith British A. Colonies United States  
Johanna Grant 26 female Lady British A. Colonies United States  
John Jurdson 25 male Machinist British A. Colonies United States  
Mathew Speedy 30 male Machinist British A. Colonies United States  
Isabel Speedy 28 female Lady British A. Colonies United States  
Andrew Speedy 7 male Child British A. Colonies United States  
Jane Hood 19 female Lady British A. Colonies United States