Famine Immigrants sent from the Fever Sheds of
Montreal, Quebec to Hamilton, Ontario, 1846-47


New May 7, 2017:

During the great famine in Ireland, many immigrants passed through Grosse Isle and Montreal to Upper Canada (Ontario).

Bartholomew McCarty
Tim Hanley
George Irvin
Bartholomew McCauley
Tim Hardy
Tim Herron / Horan
George Irvin
Catherine Mayan
Frank Campbell
Jerry Connell
Eliza Sullivan
Peter Maine
Catherine Cole
Charles McKenna
James O'Donnell *
Hugh Bell & family
Betty Nowlan / Nolan & son
Ann Alcock & child
John McAllinc1e and family
John Campbell & family

Elias Edge & do. Christy Connolly & wife Bartholomew McCarthy & family John Levanson & family Mary Doherty & son Hugh Cassidy & family Bess Donovan & child A German Jane Targy William Young Laurence Kelly Cornelius Gallaher Catherine Moran Tim Hardy Frank Campbell George Irvin Joseph McGinnis Margret Hughes Jerry O'Connell Isabella Lelan Michael Beeton / Beaton Eliza Sullivan Phillip O'Brien Bridget Tully Cathrine Cotor / Cotter ? William Ready Patrick O'Donnell Peter Brannon / Brennan? from Strokestown, County Roscommon, as per Dr. Mark McGowan list of 1,490 persons from the Mahon Estate ? Source: Names of Emigrants from the 1845-1847 records of James Allison, Emigrant Agent at Montreal, Irish Research Group of the Ottawa Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society, publication number 94-2, 1994, ISBN 1-55116-72-8. This publication (112 pages) is now available from Global Genealogy in either hardcopy format or as a download in .pdf format.

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