Famine Immigrants sent from the Fever Sheds of
Montreal to Toronto, Ontario, 1846-47
May 7, 2017:
During the great famine in Ireland, many immigrants passed through Grosse Isle and Montreal to Upper Canada (Ontario).
John Conway *
Mary Scanlan, 2 sisters & brother
Owen McMorough, wife, sister & 5 children
John Scotney, wife & 4 children
William Scotney & family
Ellen Condon and family
Julia Dunn & family
Phil Turnery & Do.
Daniel Slattery & do.
Margaret Ramsey, Ann Doran
Archy Aspoledge & do.
John Cannavan & family
Patrick Lappin & ditto
James Oak, wife & 5 children
Michael Callaghan & family
William Bergan, wife & family
Keran Coffee & family
James Mullowney & wife
Peter Black & family
Widow Low and 3 children
Rachel Boyd & Nancy Munock
Owen McCarthy & do.
James Madden, wife & family
William HertenaI, wife & do. do.
William Collins & family
George Armstrong, wife & 8 children
Christopher Summerville and family
William Holmes & do.
Margaret Sheean & children
John Drew & family
Mary Brien & family
Fleury Donovan, wife, sister & 2 children
Michael Strong, wife, sister & 4 children
Catherine Dol1et, brother, sister, & 4 children
Chase Loughran, wife & 4 children
Robert Gilmour, wife & 6 children
Patrick Sullivan, wife and 4 children
Patrick Healy & family
Mary Nodmile, 2 sisters, 3 brothers
William McMullen, wife & child
Wmilliam McGrath & do.
Margaret Eaton & sister
Laurence Green, wife & son
John Connors and 2 children
M. Hessey and family
Ann Smith & 5 children
Edward Ryan, wife and 3 children
George Simpson, wife & 7 children
Ann Smyth & 3 daughters
John Chesney, 2 children & aunt
Ellen Sweeny & 3 children
Martin Gannon, wife, mother, I 2
and 3 children
Michael McGinnes, wife & 3 children
Mary Dogherty & child
Mary Dougher & child
Margaret Ross & sister
Alex McMullen, wife and 2 children
Patrick Guaghan, wife & 5 do.
Jane Hanley & sister
Alexr. McMullin, wife & 2 children
J. McKimmins & family
Samuel Lesley & family
E. Hogg & do.
M. Lawler & family
M. Campbell * [Michl. Connell
Mary J. McMaster
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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