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1847 Emigration to New Brunswick from Sligo, Ireland

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Re: 1847 Emigration to New Brunswick from Sligo, Ireland

Posted: 22 Jan 2011 6:41PM GMT
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The Mawhinney Family of Maces Bay and Chance Harbour - Robert, James, John and brother in law James Ellis - came to NB on the "Jane Booth" in 1831. They had been workers on one of the Gore Booth Estates and their way had been paid on the owner's brother's ship. They were well provided for and "Jane Booth" Mawhinney was born during the passage.

You wanted to know about the ships "Lady Sale" and "Hannah" from Sligo. They are mentioned in the attached report of deaths at the Quarantine Station in Saint John during the year 1847.

AN GORTA MOR

THE NAMES, AGES, PORT OF DEPARTURE IN IRELAND OF THOSE 549 WHO PERISHED IN QUARANTINE AT THE HOSPITAL ON PARTRIDGE ISLAND AND THE SHIP THEY ARRIVED ON DURING THE PERIOD 7TH MAY 1847 AND 1ST NOVEMBER 1847 BASED ON REPORTS OF THE HEALTH OFFICER FOR PARTRIDGE ISLAND, SAINT JOHN, TO THE GOVERNMENT EMIGRATION OFFICER FOR THE COLONY OF NEW BRUNSWICK IN SAINT JOHN AS REPORTED IN THE NEW BRUNSWICK COURIER, A NEWSPAPER OF PUBLIC RECORD PUBLISHED IN SAINT JOHN, NB AT THE TIME, AS COMPILED AND MADE AVAILABLE BY DANIEL F JOHNSON FROM THE RECORDS OF THAT NEWSPAPER IN AN ONLINE DATABASE ACCESSIBLE AT THE WEBSITE OF THE PROVINCIAL ARCHIVES OF NEW BRUNSWICK - http://archives.gnb.ca/APPS/NewspaperVitalStats/?L=EN
The Archives publishes these notices on all of the records shown hereunder:
1. Disclaimer: The database is developed from the transcriptions of Daniel Johnson from original newspapers or microfilm copies and may contain typographical or transcription errors, or errors and inconsistencies in the newspaper text. As the Provincial Archives does not make changes to records in its holdings, changes will not be made to the database.
2. The language of the text is the original used in the newspaper entry and as transcribed by Daniel F. Johnson. Records acquired by the Provincial Archives are not translated from the language in which they originate.
The methodology employed to extract these records was to select the “Full Text Search” choice entering the words “Partridge Island” without the quotation marks, narrowing the search to the years 1846 – 1847 and setting the County to “Saint John”.
The year 1847 was seen by many to be the peak year of massive Irish Emigration due to the Great Potato Famine known in Ireland as “the great hunger” or “an gorta mor” in Gaelic. Suffice it to say without apportioning blame that Ireland at that time was going through a period of economic and social dislocation which made emigration the most attractive option for many. These emigrants came to America with great hope for success in their future endeavours with Saint John, NB being one of the destinations. The colonial government, to protect their citizens, caused the immigrants to be inspected for disease before they could land in Saint John. This inspection was carried out at Partridge Island at the mouth of the Saint John River and the Saint John Harbour. The colonial government of NB maintained a Quarantine Station and Hospital on Partridge Island at the time. Sick immigrants were denied entry to the colony and hospitalized in quarantine on Partridge Island pending their recovery at which time they would be released to enter the colony. This was the accepted medical practice of that era. The lists of those who did not recover were given to the newspapers that they might publish same to notify such relatives or friends who were not otherwise contacted by the colonial authorities for in that time there were no telephones and the mail system was still rudimentary. Likely there were public places were the lists were routinely posted. What follows are the lists released by the government and made available to the Saint John paper “New Brunswick Courier”. Historian Daniel F Johnson extracted these newspaper items from the microfilms of the newspapers themselves – same being maintained by the Saint John Free Public Library and the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick.
It should be noted that those who perished at the quarantine station were buried on Partridge Island. On 11 Oct 1927, a great 40 foot Celtic Cross erected on Partridge Island was dedicated to the memory of the Irish whose final resting place the island is.
The writer has copied the entries into this document.
In the year 1847, the writer’s ancestors George and Catherine Fawcett and her widowed mother and brother, Catherine and Charles Dempsey, were among the 15,000 who landed on Partridge Island from Ireland that year and were granted admittance to the Colony of New Brunswick.
Harry MacDonald
Chance Harbour, NB
Saturday, January 22, 2011
harrymac@gmail.com

Johnson 11:2370; July 10 1847; Saint John New Brunswick Courier -- The following is a return of passengers who died in Hospital on Partridge Island (St. John) from 7th May to 2nd July with their ages and the names of the vessels from which they landed:
From Brig "Midas" from Galway - John SHAUGHNESSY, age 30; Martin WALSH, age 18.
From Brig "Thorney" from Donegal - Barbara PRESTON, age 65; Mary TUMMANY, 26; Andrew TAIT, 35; James LYNCH, 40; Bernard HIGGINS, 25; Michael MAHIR, 26; Ellen CATTEN, 28.
From Barque "Aldebaran" from Sligo - Andrew DEVITT, 50; Michael GILLAN, 18; John McCALEE, 32; Philip FORD, 20; Mary KELLY, 27; James KILMARTIN, 40; John McMANUS, 33; William RAFTER, 50; Mary HARRINGTON, 8; John DOUGAN, 60; Conly TUMMANY, 23; Larky McCUE, 25; Bartley MANTAN, 30; John MURRAY, 26; Patrick CULGIN, 28; Honora BRAY, 26; Barbara PRESTON, 60; Mary GUNNING, 9 mos.; Bernard KELLEY, 30; Thomas RAFTER, 30; Mary SHEA, 2; Peter COOPER, 35; Sarah BRANNAN, 25; Charles LAYMAN, 30; Mary McGEE, 30; Patrick MALONEY, 20; Mary MACK, 8; Michael MULLANEY, 20; Con. CORRAGAN,10; Thomas JUDGE, 40; Mary MALONEY, 25; Catherine FOX, 20; Margaret MORRISON, 25; Michael KENNON, 20; Peggy SULLIVAN, 1 1/2; Mary MANN, 25; James DYER, 27; Michael LAHEY, 30; Jerry CRONIN, 27; Martin CLARKE, 22; Mary MORRISEY, 25; Patrick McDERMOTE, 10; John RAFTER, 30; Ann BOYCE, 6; Unity GRAY, 23; Jerry McMANUS, 4; Mary LEAREY, 3; Mary HARRINGTON, 30; Catherine RAFTER, 25; John MARTIN, 15; Mary OPERAN, 9; Mary HARRINGTON, 9; Jerry SULLIVAN, 10; Winny CONLEY, 40; Michael CLIFFORD, 23; Bridget DOHERTY, 23; James McGEE, 4; John GREEN, 22; Patrick CONLEY, 40; Honora McGEE, 25; Bridget COIL, 18; Henry DOGAN, 18; Catherine ALLAN, 12; Lawrence MORIN, 30; Thomas DOUGAN, 13; Francis GILLESPIE, 13; John MORRISON, 23; Charles FLYNN, 24; Owen COUGHLIN, 10; Rody McMORRISY, 33; Ann GILL, 36;
From Barque "Mary Harrington" from Donegal - Patrick KERIGAN, 20.
From Barque "Marchioness of Clydesdale" from Londonderry - Charles DUFFY, age 40.
From Barque "Amazon" from Liverpool - Winfred CUMMIDY, age46; Briget MARVEN, 25; Ann DUGGAN, 2 1/2; Mary HOBIN, 27; Rachel GYPSUM, 22; Norry SULLIVAN, 30; Charles McGUIRE, 8; James GIBSON, 30; Patrick McDONAGH, 25; Patrick McDONOUGH, 20; Catherine CURRYAN, 16; Martin AIKIN, 16; John COFFEE, 40; Catherine OWEN, 56; Thomas McGRAUGH, 30; Bernard MORIN, 4; William KENNEDY, 50; James GILL, 4; Joseph MARTIN, 2; Margaret CRAIG, 40; William KENNEDY, 35; Margaret McDONOUGH, 3 mos.; Margaret LOW, 50; John MORAN, 50; George CORR, 33; Francis W. MULLIN, 45; Alexander TAYLOR, 38; William BARRET, 31; Ellen KENNEDY, 60.
From Barque "Pallas" from Cork - Peter RYAN, 22; Jerry CRONIN, 30; Jerry CRUMMINS, 25; Timothy CRUMMINS, 25; Margaret CARTY, 25; Mary CARTY, 20; Mary HICKEY, 25; Mary HARRISON, 54; Mary HARRINGTON, 50; Andrew MANNIAN, 40; Capt. HALL, 45; Daniel LINEHAN, 25; Catherine DONAHOUGH, 39; Jerry HARRIGAN, 60; Mary CLANCE, 20; Patrick KEEFE, 25.
From Barque "Governor Douglas" from Cork - James McGINNIS,25; Margaret HALEY, 5; Hurly SULLIVAN, 35; John NEIL, 34; Mary NICKOLSON, 30; Patrick RANNEY, 42; John QUINN, 22; Daniel LYNCH 22; Mary McNEELY, 26.
From Ship "AEolus" from Sligo - Sally TOHER, 18; David HENRY, 55; Unity BURNS, 11; Patrick CRADE, 7; Biddy KILBRIDE, 15; Mary HARTT, 25; Mary McLOUGHLIN, 40.
From Brig "Inconstant" from Cork - Ellen McCARTY, 20; Catherine HENNISAY, 25; Ellen McCARTY, 25.
From Brig "Dealy" from Bantry - Bridget CONNY, age 10; Catherine COLLINS, age 20; Ellen HALEY, 17.
From Brig "Preserverance" from Cork - Robert HUES, 60; John McCARTY, 40; Catherine O'HARRIN, 55; Catherine O'HERRIN, 50; Daniel AHERRIN, 53; Ellen MORRISON, 15; Patrick MURRAY, 40; John CRAIG, 19; John LINESA, 33; Constantia BRESLIN, 20.
From Brig "Mary" from Cork - Michael CRONIN, 28; Thomas FORD, 30; Johanna LEARY, 12; Bridget HURLY, 16; James LYNCH, 36.
From Brig "Ocean" from Cork - Mary RAFTER, 32.
From Ship "Sir Charles Napier" from Londonderry - John MITCHEL, 18; Hugh BOYCE, 60.
From Barque "Malvina" from Baltimore, Ireland - James CARNEY, 26.
From Brig "Friends" from Waterford via St. John's, Nfld. - William CONNER, 25.
From Schr. "Mary" from Cork - Margaret COUGHLIN, 25.
From Brigatine "Caledonia" from Cork - Anne McMANUS, 50.
From Brig "Hannah" from Sligo - John FOLEY, 23; John McCUGLE, 32.
From Vessel not named, Peter FINNIGAN, 30.


Johnson 11:2455; August 7 1847; Saint John New Brunswick Courier -- A List of Passengers who have died in Hospital on Partridge Island (St. John) with their names and ages and the names of vessels in which they arrived at Quarantine during the month of July 1847.
From Barque "Amazon" from Liverpool - Thomas MORAN, 5; Mary COSTELLO, 26; Mary CORRYAN, 32; John CORRIGAN, 16; Cath HAUTAGAN, 22; Jane PARTAN, 20; Pat. McCARLAN, 28; Edward McMULLAN, 5 mos.; James LOONEY, 20; Owen CORRIGAN, 52; John CRAIG, 14; John JOHNSTONE, 25; Razo BALIN, seaman, 21; Margaret MULLIN, 24; James ROONEY, 15; Patrick LAUSAY, 45; Mick McGRATH, 30; Timothy CONNOR, 25.
From Barque "Aldebaran" from Sligo - Nona McMANUS, 40; Thomas PARAT, 60; Winney PARAT, 13; John McLYNN, 50; Martha JOLLY, 22; Hugh DUGAN, 33; Thomas DUGAN, 19; Ann COLEMAN, 5.
From Ship "Ambassadress" from Liverpool - Sarah CASSIDY, age 20; Martin SPEED, 4; Daniel McDOUGAL, 25; Edward LOONEY, 24; Mick SULLIVAN, 5; Margaret ROONEY, 26; Ellen GARR, 24.
From Brig "Bache McEvers" from Cork- Mick McCARTY, 24; Mary KELLY 21; Eliza NOONAN, 65; Margaret McCARTY, 21; Mary HOGAN, 26; Pat CONNOR, 56; Carty SULLIVAN, 14.
From Brig "Blanch" from Donegal - Francis McCARTHUR, 28.
From Brig "Caledonia" from Cork - Ellen WISEMAN, 25; Will LIGAM, 4; James LUNNEY, 28.
From Brig "Dealey" from Bantry - Rachael KINGSTON, 33.
From Brig "Friends" from Waterford - Jane REARDON, 32; Winfred KENNEDY, 14.
From Brig "Garland" from Cork - George HISAN, 21.
From Barque "Governor Douglas" from Castletown, Beerhaven - John NICHOLSON, 60; Will DANNER, 50; Mary SHANNON, 3; Mary NICHOLSON, 45; Charles CORAM, 21; Jerry HOLLIN, 5.
From Brig "Gem" from Galway - Thos BARKER, 30.
From Brig "Hannah" from Sligo - Michael BARAN, 45; Mary McGOWAN, 28; Martin MALONEY, 50; Daniel GARNET, 28; Catherine DOWD, 35; John PORTHAN, 38.
From Ship "John Clarke" from Londonderry - Pat. DOHERTY, 25; Betsey JOHNSTON, 31; Sarah CALVIN, 10.
From Brig "Kingston" from Cork - Mary SULLIVAN, 5.
From Brig "Mary" from Cork - Ellen DONAGHUE, 27.
From Barque "Malvina" from Baltimore - Ellen RYAN, 21.
From Barque "Perserverance" from Cork - Daniel O'HARRAN, 10; Mary DRRIGAN, 30; Jerry OLMAN, 40; Mrs. KEEFE, 26; Francis MANN, 31; Michael SAVAGE, 40; Betsy MURRAY, 20.
From Barque "Pallas" from Cork - Mary HARRIGAN, 60; Mary MARRYGAN 49; Will GILLESPIE, 54; Thos. O'CONNOR, 15; James POWER, 25; Thomas CLARKE, 54; Daniel SULLIVAN, 23; Jerry HARRINGTON, 57; Margaret GLANCY, 16, Mary RYAN 21.
From Brig "Ruby" from Sligo - Pat KENNEDY, 40; Mary LONG, 59.
From Barque "Royal Mint" from Liverpool - Mick CALLAGHAN, 20; Jim MURPHY,40; Nich CARREL, 26; John FORD, 13; William CHERRY,seaman,50.
From Schr. "Sally" from Cork - John QUINN, 37; Mary COCHRANE, 30.
From Ship "Sir Charles Napier" from Londonderry - Thos BOYER, 12; Will BOYER, 6.
From Brig "Seraph" from Cork - John TREAGH, 50; Thos. BLACKSON, 26; Will PINE, 30.
From Schr. "Very Rev. Theobald Matthew" from Galway - Will KAIN, 23; Patrick QUINN, 26.
From Brig "Thorney Close" from Sligo - John McSHANNON, 24; Edward McGINESS, 20; Charles COTTON, 21; Patk. CAMPBELL, 15; Eleanor KARAN, 23; Ann McGRATH, 25.
From Brig "Trafalgar" from Cork - John MAHONY, 15 mos.; John BRYAN, 26; Ellen BRYAN, 50; John LANE, 30; Robert DRISCOLL,24; John LAND, 50; Honor FITZGERALD, 24; Thos. STUBS, seaman, 20.
The following deaths occured among the passengers on Partridge Island (St. John) since July 31st.
"Royal Mint" - John IRVING, 36;
"Gem" - John BURKE, 30;
"Magnes" - Patrick WALLACE, 50; Andrew GWYNN, 30;
"Ambassadress" - John BURNS, 21; Catherine RYAN, 40;
"Ward Chipman" - John CROWLEY, 70; James DAHY, 3; Daniel BUCKLEY, 19; John QUIN, 25; Catherine RYAN, 25;
"Blanch" - Mary MAHON, 30;
"Aldebaran" - John GILLESPIE, 14;
"Bache McEvers" - Eliza LATTA, 30;
"Trafalgar" Eliza LEAN, 18;
"Seraph" - Daniel CLARK, 32; John MAGUIRE, 26;
"Caledonia" - Dennis HONLAHAN, 3.

Johnson 11:2532; August 28 1847; Saint John New Brunswick Courier -- List of Persons who have died in the hospital on Partridge Island (St. John) with their names and ages and names of vessels in which they arrived from 6th to 20th instant.
From ship "Ambassadress" from Liverpool - Joseph REAL, 20; Jane KILLADY, 21.
From barque "Amazon" from Liverpool - Ann CORYGEN, 13; Margaret KENNEDY, 14; Margaret HARTIGAN, 16; James CURRAN, 26; Catherine CORRIGAN, 11.
From ship "British Merchant" from Cork - Mary MAHONY, 35; Curley DRISCOLL, 30; Bridget DEVIN, 48; Moses KEEFE, 40; Michael COMNEY, 2; John CRESLAN, 6 mos.; Charles DUGAN, 46; Michael MAURICEY, 46; Catherine MAURICEY, 9; Mary COFFE, 10; James DESMOND, 5; Daniel McCARTHY, 60; Edward SWEENEY, 4 mos.; Margaret MARSHALL, 25; Dennis CANNON, 50; Timothy SULLIVAN, 17.
From barque "Envoy" from Londonderry - James DUNBAR, 2 mos.
From brig "Hannah" from Sligo - Barney MULLIN, 10; Mary HANNAH, 1.
From barque "John S. Dewolfe" from Killala - Mary KENNEDY, 60; Lucinda STANTON, 36; Patrick WELSH, 4.
From brig "Leviathan" from Baltimore, Ireland - Daniel HOLLAND, 40; Patrick SMELLIE, 31; Arthur LACEY, 23; Bridget BURKE, 6 mos.
From brig "Malvina" from Baltimore, Ireland - Stephen HICKEY, 28.
From brig "Mary" from Cork - John ELLIS, 20.
From brig "Magnes" from Galway - Michael CARRY, 37.
From barque "Royal Mint" from Liverpool - Mary GRIFFITH, 18.
From ship "Sir Charles Napier" from Londonderry - Jane BOYCE, 37.
From brig "Trafalgar" from Cork - John HOONY (or John BOONY), 30.
From barque "Ward Chipman" from Cork - Mary SLERAN, 7; Joanna COLLINS, 35; Ellen QUICK, 6 mos.; Ann BARLOW, 3; Pat McAFFE, 35; Moses CLIO, 40; Jerry SULLIVAN, 8; Mary CANNON, 10; Margaret CRAWLEY, 25; Michael KELLY, 2.
Return of deaths at Partridge Island (St. John) from 20th to27th August 1847 with names of vessels in which deceased were passangers:
"Magnes" from Galway - Mary HAYNES, 25; Mary BUTIN, 30; Norah HEALEY, 6; Catherine GILLIGAN, 8.
"Ward Chipman" from Cork - Pat. BOURKE, 3; Mary ROACH, 35; Timothy BOURKE, 55; John LEAHY, 1; Timothy LACY, 60; Dennis COLLINS, 27; Judy SULLIVAN, 22; William SULLIVAN, 2; Mary SULLIVAN, 60.
"Bache McEvers" from Cork - William CAMPBELL, 53, Catherine HEALY, 1; Daniel KELLY, 50.
"Hannah" from Sligo - Mary McCANN, 23.
"Aldebaran" from Sligo - John JENNINGS, 15
"British Merchant" from Cork - Michael McCARTHY, 3; John CAMERON, 38; James HEALEY, 20; Peggy COLEMAN, 25; John SMITH, 25; Lawrence COONEY, 30; Catherine TUOMEY, 26; Mary DONOVAN, 36; Teddy CRONON, 17; Dennis DWYER, 17; Catherine CLARKE, 19; John WHOLEBY, 25; John SWEENEY, 32.
"Seraph" from Cork - Corley DONAGHEY, 25.
"Yeoman" from Sligo - Dennis McCAULEY, 40; Luke KELLY, 4.
"Trafalgar" from Cork - Norah McGILLICUDELY, 2.
"Ambassadress" from Liverpool - James FITZPATRICK, 4; Charles CORRIGAN, 25; Thady DEARBE –
"Thorney Close" from Donegal - Pat CAMPBELL, 40.
"John S. DeWolfe" from Killala - John COLLINS, 7; Michael MULLALY, 8; Biddy TEAGUE, 4.
"Amazon" from Liverpool - Matthew MOORE, 21.
"Leviathan" from Baltimore - Elinor WHEELAN, 33.
"Envoy" from Londonderry - James BOURKE, 3 .
"Alice" from Galway - John LOWREY, 7.


Johnson 11:2556; September 4 1847; Saint John New Brunswick Courier -- Return of deaths on Partridge Island (St. John) during the week ending 3rd Sept. 1847
"Aldebaran" from Sligo - Thomas MAGEE, 20; William BYRNE, 20
"British Merchant" from Cork - Johanna SWEENY, 32; Ellen BARTEN, 35; Morris MORRISEY, 32; Lawrence COONEY, 7; Johanna CROWLEY, 30.
"Amazon" from Sligo - Ellen COFFEY, 20.
"John S. DeWolfe" from Killala - Ann HEALY, 7; Patrick KAVANAGH, 37; Patrick KELLY, 18 mos.; Catherine KANE, 22.
"Ward Chipman" from Liverpool - Michael FITZGERALD, 40; Michael LACY, 60; Pat. DONEGHUE, 24; Thady BEGLEY, 28; Michael SCANLAN,27.
"Jane" from Limerick - Michael COSTELLO, 4; Bridget COSTELLO, 3.
"Yeoman" from Sligo - Hannah WALKER, 70; Patrick CARVAGH, 60; John FERNS, 30; James BRANNEN, 25.
"Thorney Close" from Donegal - Jas. CAMPBELL, 12.
"Magnes" from Galway - Patrick WALLACE, 12; William BEATTY,4; Peter LARKIN, 30; Michael COLCANNON, 3.
"Gowrie" from Cork - Mary PUNCH, 30.
"Bache McEvers" from Cork - Johanna McCARTY, 30.
"Trafalgar" from Cork - Dennis CAMPBELL.
"Malvina" from Cork - Mary DONOHUE
"Alice" from Galway - Bridget CONNOR, 4.
"Envoy" from Londonderry - Catherine McELROY, 7.
"Sea" from Liverpool - Thady LEAHY, 2.

Johnson 11:2596; September 18 1847; Saint John New Brunswick Courier -- Return showing emigrants who have died on Partridge Island (St. John) during the week ending 11 Sept. 1847 with the names of vessels in which they were passangers.
"Amazon" from Sligo - John MOURNE, 15.
"Bethel" from Galway - Nancy VAUGHAN, 28; Joseph CONWAY, 29; Patrick WELSH, 22.
"British Merchant" from Cork - Ellen CLEARY, 15; Barney BROWN, 26; Thomas CARTHY, 26; Hanaway MAXLEY, 32.
"Magnes" from Galway - Judy WALLIS, 7; Thomas KEENAN, 25; Catherine CUNNINGHAM, 22.
"Ward Chipman" from Cork - Dennis CAIN, 60; Mary McCARTY, 40
"John S. DeWolf" from Killala - James CAVANAGH, 12; John BARRETT,60.
"Sea" from Liverpool - Michael MURRAY, 28
"Midas" from Galway - Mary CAMERON, 12; John KING, 5 mos.
"Yeoman" from Sligo - Catherine CUMMINS, 12; James MULROON,6; Biddy HANNIGAN, 21; Thos. McGITNELY, 33.
"Envoy" from Londonderry - Mary BURKE, 5; Michael QUINN, 21.
Ships name not reported - Cath. COLLINS, 17.


Johnson 11:2629; September 25 1847; Saint John New Brunswick Courier -- Report of the Health Officer for Partridge Island (St. John) to the Government Emigration Officer in this city for the week ending yesterday. The following deaths have occurred since 17th inst:

From "Lord Fitzgerald" - Patrick MADDEN, 73; Mary COFF, 52; Bridget HAIK, 1; Mary MADDEN, 27; Mary HEAR, 27.
From "Yeoman" - James McLAUGHLAN, 25; Catherine GUTHRY 5; Arthur McLAINE, 14 mos.
From "Envoy" - Mary MURRAY, 32; Peggy McELROY, 12.
From "John S. DeWolfe" - Martin KENNEDY, 14; Bdgt. CARABINE, 12; Ann SEELY, 21.
From "British Merchant" - Ellen COLLINS, 23; Francis McDERMOTT, 4.
From "Ward Chipman" - Ellen LONG, 43.
From "Bethel" - Mary FINLEY, Bridget CONNELL, 37; Pat. MALONEY, 27; Nancy LONEVAN, 35; Sarah JACKSON, 53; Timothy DERMOND, 25; Bartholomew CONNELL, 52; William FLANAGAN.
From "Lady Sale" - Patrick MULLIGAN, 30; Owen CHRISTY, 57; Michael McCANN, 18.
From "Magnes" - James KENNY, 12.
From "Aldebaran" - Pat. MAHADY, 24.
From "Pero" - Betty McGIN, 47; John REARDON, 75.
From vessel not named - Michael LARKIN, 4.


Johnson 11:2837; November 20 1847; Saint John New Brunswick Courier -- Return of Emigrants who have died on Partridge Island (St.John) from 24th Sept. to 1st Nov. 1847, names of Vessels in which they arrived and ports from which they sailed.

"Ambasadress" from Liverpool - Edward LANN, 42.
"Bethel" from Galway - Bridget DEERING, 3; James DEERING, 2; Ellen FALLASY; Michael JACKSON, 53; William KIRBY, 22; John KENNY 52; Richard MORLEY, 50; Mary McCORMACK, 7; Edward WELSH, 9 mos.
"British Merchant" from Cork - Bartholomew CROWLEY, 24; Mary CORCORAN, 33; Thomas CROWLEY, 2; Mary DONOVAN, 1; Pat. DONOVAN, 3; Charles DONOVAN; Mary DUEN, 26; Thos. KERLEY, 53; Catherine McCARTY, 27; Ellen McCARTY, 22; John McCARTY, 56.
"David" from Galway - Pat. CONNOR, 18 mos.; Mary NAUGHTON, 3mos. Pat. NATHEN, 39.
"Envoy" from Londonderry - Pat. BOURKE, 24; Phelim McELROY, 60.
"Lord Fitzgerald" from Galway - Michael HENNEHEY, 8; Peggy LAUGHLIN, 26; Thos. MALONE, 11 mos.; Patrick McLAUGHLIN, 31; Patrick SEXTON, 55; Mary WALSH, 27.
"Gowrie" from Cork - Jerry BRYAN, 10.
"Hannah" from SLIGO - Margaret O'GARA, 32; John O'BRIEN, 50.
"John S. DeWolfe" from Killala - Michael KENNEDY, 15.
"Lady Sale" from Sligo - Ellen HARRISTON, 32; Catherine BOURKE, 25; Thos. CONNOLLY, 9 mos.; Henry FOLEY, 7; Mary FOLEY, 6; Edward FOLEY, 41; William FOLEY,10; Theresa GALLAGHER, 24; Bridget MITCHELL, 24; Mary McGLOAN, 40; James McGOLDRIEF, 2; John McGOWAN 34; Mary McGOWAN, 30; Ann PORTER, 50; Mich. McGOWAN, 1.
"Magnes" from Galway - Judy WALLACE, 40.
"Malvina" from Baltimore - Matthew SHEA, 44.
"Midas" from Galway - Pat. BADGER, 31; Thomas CORCANNON, 16; Laurence FOY, 57; Pat. JENNINGS, 5; Pat. KILLIGAN, 32.
"Pero" from Cork - John BUTT, 10 mos.; Judy CROWLEY, 15; Johanna CROWLEY, 6 mos.; Tim CALLAGHAN, 26; Thos. CROWLEY, 2; Patrick GOLDING, 22; Ellen HAMMOND, 53; Ellen KERLEY, 22; William KERLEY, 40; Catherine MAHONEY, 7; Margaret MAGION, 22; Thady QUINLIN, 27; Allan RYAN, 20.
"Pekin" from Galway - Mary MORROW, 5; Winifred MORROW, 3; Bridget QUINAN, 1.
"Sea" from Liverpool - Ellen BARRET, 3.
"Yeoman" from Sligo - James CUNNINGHAM, 44; Sally CONNOLLY, 32; Lawrence CONNOLLY, 7; Ann CARWAY, 13; Catherine CONNOLLY, 41; Bdgt. CONNOLLY, 10 mos.; Catherine GORMAN, 30; Dennis KERLEY, 59; John MURRAY, 24; George MOTHERWELL, 9; Sarah MOTHERWELL, 7; Pat. ROONEY,4; Dennis SULLIVAN, 53.
The End


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