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 immigrant passed through Grosse Isle and Montreal to Upper Canada (Ontario).

Bartholomew McCarty
Tim Hanley
George Irvin
Bartholomew McCauley
Tim Hardy
Tim Herron
George Irvin
Catherine Mayan
Frank Campbell
Jerry Connell
Eliza Sullivan
Peter Maine
Catherine Cole
Charles McKenna
James O'Donnell *
Hugh Bell & family
Betty Nowlan & 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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