Famine Immigrants sent from the Fever Sheds of
Montreal to Niagara District, Ontario, 1846-47
May 7, 2017:
During the great famine in Ireland, many immigrants passed through Grosse Isle and Montreal to Upper Canada (Ontario).
David Ross & family
Mary Newman, Father, Mother & 2 children
Dorothy Neal & 5 children
Edward Clayton, wife & 4 children
Ellen Rafter & son
Mary Broderick & grandchild
Widow MacKinlin & 2 sons
David Brady, wife and 6 children
Samuel McMahon, wife and 6 children
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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