Extensive array of passenger lists from those of Irish nationality aboard "immigrant ships". By 1870, more than 90 percent of immigrants to America arrived by steamship. SS Adriatic 17 February Ship Aurora 19 September It would take around 4 weeks to travel to North America and 10 to 14 weeks to Australia, plenty of time for passengers to fall ill. Bark Atlantic 10 June, 1866 SS Lahn 22 December Bark Fredonia 29 August, 1867 Brig Emily Tobin 14 September SS Rhein 7 April SS Wyoming 12 February SS Nuemberg 18 April SS Cella 8 June Please do not submit copy requests because we do not provide copies of immigration records that are already digitized online. I have found the ship's name and the passenger list and need to do more research. Ship Thornton 13 May Brig Sarah 11 January Many immigrants sailed to America or back to their homelands in packet ships, vessels that carried mail, cargo, and people. Bark General Greene 29 May SS Amerique 1 March Princess Charlotte 4 December Ship Delaware 20 February Ship North Star 3 June Brig Elizabeth 14 May SS Monowai 12 May Australia / New Zealand / South Africa. Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild is independently owned. Brig Daniel Webster 24 March SS City of New York 15 April Labrador 6 January Pages in category "1800s ships" The following 47 pages are in this category, out of 47 total. SS Batavia 13 January SS State of Pennsylvania 18 September Ship Jamaica 19 January SS City of Brussels 20 September Outgoing passenger lists (1890-1960) Passengers in steerage were often required to participate in cleaning their living area, and many captains insisted on it. SS New York City 12 November Brig Hope 19 January SS California 1 January Select the Ships to South Africa in the 1800's" project. Opening on August 3rd 1855 it welcomed millions of emigrants until 1890 when Ellis Island opened. Ireland to Boston, Massachusetts - passengers on 18 ships from 1716 to 1779. Brig Hector 26 June Ship William Rathbone 14 November SS Bamberg 18 April Ship Milicete 24 June SS Neptune 13 December SS Rhinardda 16 April Brig Alexandra 30 March SS Maas 15 December Bark Repeater 24 June Bark Mary Morris 28 June SS Australia 22 May Searches of the Galveston Immigration Database are based on surnames – the family’s last name. The vessel Cataraqui was shipwrecked in 1845. [Source: Guide to Genealogical Research in the National Archives of the United States , 3rd ed. SS Parthia 3 January Germanic 11 February Bark (Barque) Creole 18 July SS Bell 11 December Dining tables were often temporary affairs, designed to be hung up when not in use, space was in such short supply that often passengers found themselves eating on their bunks. Ship Europa 5 June SS Dona Maria 8 December Steam Ships greatly shortened the length of the journey to around 12 days, which in turn shortened the likelihood of passengers developing illnesses caused by poor sanitation and malnutrition due to sickness. Ships Passenger Lists to Australia & New Zealand 1800-1850 1820-1830 Between 1788 and 1900 over 1,000,000 people immigrated to Australia. Steamer Hibernia 25 January Ship James Perkins 1 February Nash 17 May The following web sites hold the largest amount of pre-1837 data: Family… Ship Belfast 21 March SS Wyoming 18 March SS H. Trowbridge 26 July SS Emily Augusta 8 March Brig Cambridge 31 July Steamer Alps 26 July SS Abyssinia 13 March Schooner Reindeer 27 December, 1827 Steamer Saxonia 17 May Bark Frueman 26 September Ship Edward Downes 17 December SS Ailsa 17 March Mozart 15 September Steam ships were larger and safer with less leaks. SS Pennsylvania 16 December, 1872 SS Nevada 1 May Brig Columbus 29 March SS Assyria 17 February SS Alexandria 17 September SS Wisconsin 16 April SS City of Chester 28 January London 11 April Br. Ship Ann 29 January Schooner Lucy Ames 29 March SS Silesia 5 April During the late 1700s and early 1800s there was a very high level of emigration to the American and Australian Colonies and newspaper advertisements show emigrant ships … SS Colon 16 May Ship Imposter 21 February Ship O. Thyen 8 November, 1855 They could sleep on the floor for a few nights if they chose to while they decided their next move. It was however still difficult to maintain personal hygiene. Brig Westaway 1 July Lynnefry on August 17, 2014: SS Donau 29 April Ship Delos 25 September SS Dominique 7 August SS Germanic 7 January Schooner Leo 25 June Royal Cutter Daring 26 February Each is endorsed with a character reference and a certificate of baptism. The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) has immigration records for various ports for the years 1800-1959. Castle Gardens, located across from the Statue of Liberty on an island off the southwest of Manhattan became America's first official immigration center. Customs passenger lists include each immigrant's name, age, gender, occupation, country of origin, and country or place of intended destination. SS Nacoochie 27 April Bark G. C. Stanford 8 March SS Anglia 3 October Ship America 21 August Over 20 million immigrants passed through the Port of New York at Ellis Island from 1892 - 1924. Scholten 21 November, 1883 Philadelphia ship passenger lists from July 1, 1948-November 30, 1954 were destroyed by the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) prior to being preserved on microfilm and no longer exist. SS Hevelius 19 November Immigration Passenger Lists, since 1883. Ship James Grant 10 December Water was measured out and used sparingly. Brig E. Miller 1 April SS Nevada 12 April The conditions that prevailed on the typical immigrant ship in the first half of the century not only caused great suffering on the voyage but were a serious menace to life. Visit Geni Wikitext, Unicode and images which gives a great deal of assistance. Hundreds of thousands of immigrants left Europe for the United States in the 1800s. SS Herder 20 January F. Patten 11 June Ship Southampton 29 August Bark Nicasque 2 April Ship Thornton 15 June, 1859 Bark Duncan Ritchie 21 July SS Canada 18 September SS State of Georgia 28 December H. Prescott 16 March SS England 22 December SS Ethiopia 26 December You can search these arrival records in our collection. John Wells 11 February SS Wyoming 27 December Most of the ships carrying Irish immigrants to America, however, were well built and adequately supplied. SS Heiedoo 2 April Ship Mt. SS T. Trowbridge 6 August Ship Tarolinta 3 February SS Prometheus 21 June Includes lists, names, and ships from the early 1600s through to the late 1800s. Brig Gipry 3 April SS Etau 7 March Ship Renown 13 February SS Wieland 23 January SS Othello 14 March Restrictions were placed on the number of passengers permitted to travel based on tne size of the vessel. SS Mary Patton 14 May SS Helvetia 1 April Common illnesses at this time would have included marasmus, diarrhea, scarlet fever, tuberculosis and bronchial conditions made worse by the icy temperatures and dampness. SS Bolivia 9 January SS Egypt 22 December SS Cornwall 5 March Brig Annah 24 May Thanks for the inspiration and the interesting story about life aboard ship during the 1800s. Please do not encourage or support copyright violations of our website, please read the Captain's Blog. Bark John Boulton 23 March Ship New England 27 December, 1854 SS Egypt 15 April Ship Washington 22 March SS City of Brussels 24 February Ship Sapphire 3 May Schooner Jos. Ship Abbotsford 17 May Ship Hesperus 14 February SS Pavonia 19 February Brig Evanista 5 July Bark Issabella 11 May Brig Forest 13 February The ship they traveled on from Norway are feeder ships. Brig Ransom 11 February From 1948, air travel passengers filled in their own cards. SS Mosel (retranscribed, now in volume 2) 21 November SS Republic 8 March Liverpool Packet 29 August SS Nevada 17 November SS City of Puebla 16 May SS Cornwall 23 June SS Germanic 23 September 1824 Brig Dewitt Clinton 27 July. The emigration registers are the only outbound source. These lists, also known as “ship manifests,” were submitted by the masters of ships to the Immigration and Naturalization Service and its predecessors. Ship Algonquin 10 May SS Oceanic 17 May Introduction: This is a list of indexes of passenger lists (also called immigration records or ship manifests) for ships that sailed to the United States from 1820 to the 1940s (and now into the 1950s), including microfilm (some rolls have now been digitized), books, and online indexes and databases. SS Anchoria 20 June High style and high society made oce… If the immigrant's papers were in order and they were in reasonably good health, the Ellis Island inspection process would last approximately three to five hours. Ship Adeline 16 April Ship Nestor 30 November SS Lessing 27 September SS Montana 16 April Ship Hermann 6 November I have found the ship's name and the passenger list and need to do more research. Davis 26 February Brig Wm. Ship Cynosure 29 August SS Scythia 30 January SS Rherla 19 March Mary Ridgeway 20 April SS Germanic 21 January Roger Kershaw states in his book Emigrants and Expats that, 'since 1607 Great Britain and Ireland have sent well over 10 million emigrants to the USA, along with 4 million to Canada and 1.5 million to Australasia. Brig Hancock 20 February Brig Stilman 11 May Ship Mediator 2 September Barque Henry Grattan 3 February Brig Pearl 7 April Ship Java 5 December Boston 3 January SS Oder 28 January Customs passenger lists include each immigrant's name, age, gender, occupation, country of origin, and country or place of intended destination. In the same period, the American economy prospered and a class of wealthy Americans was eager to travel in luxury. SS Rotterdam 15 January SS Bolivia 24 September Ship New England 13 March I have found the ship's name and the passenger list and need to do more research. SS Devonia 2 January Sloop Boston Packet 11 August SS Wieland 4 October RMS City of Richmond 18 February SS Canada 21 January Ship Oswego 9 September, 1846 Steamer Washington 30 August SS Assyria 16 January Ship Benjamin Morgan 10 April SS Victoria 7 April Bark Helen Maria 24 May As immigration increased in volume, passenger transportation became a more important branch of the shipping business between Europe and America, and rivalry among the ship-owners grew keen. SS Britannic 7 January Bark Emilie 12 August, 1842 Brig Victoria 25 May Brig Boxer 26 February SS Pereire 23 September Brig New Hampshire 16 May Caledonia 13 May Ship Tennessee 27 January RMS City of Richmond 19 February Santiago de Cuba 7 April SS Wyoming 25 September SS Katie 9 November SS Moravia 25 December There were many changes in the living conditions on board ship of working class emigrants during the 1800s. SS Victoria 17 November SS Arragon 8 February Ship Attica 4 April SS Holland 16 April irish and german immigrants to America in the 1800s ( testimony) Atalanta 16 April SS Maer 27 January Barque James 17 November, 1836 Schooner Sisters 24 January SS Newbern 22 June John Wells 8 February Patrick Henry 27 July 1820 Vittoria Rubruveer 5 April, 1876 SS Mosel 17 March Brig Anna Maria 22 February Customs Passenger Lists, 1820 to 1902. For 1800. SS Hadji 5 February SS Anchoria 7 January SS Colon 16 April Barque Diana 12 June Ship Artheman 10 February SS Amerique 10 April Bark Hayden Brown 11 April Portland 12 January Morro Castle 2 August, 1881 Brig Commanquid 12 December Ship Asia 4 March, 1831 SS Lessing 10 April SS George W Clyde 31 December SS State of Indiana 10 November Schooner Vine 7 September Bark J. W. Paige 30 April SS Bothnia 5 March Ship Susan 25 September SS Somerset 29 June Searches of the Galveston Immigration Database are based on surnames – the family’s last name. Ruthbro (author) from USA on August 16, 2014: Oh no. The ship logo, which is still used in part, was designed and contributed by Pat Walker and Sheila Tate. SS Italia 14 November SS St. Laurent 14 May Ship Elias Burger 25 February Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild. Many steam ships were designed to include hospitals or sickbays to look after sick and bedridden passengers, and effort was made to ensure good hygiene. Brig Acadian 22 April Sydney Gazette, Ship Arrivals 1803 (partial) NSW Gazette, Ship Arrivals 1831; Ships to Australia in 1837-8; Emigant Ships of 1837-39; Ships to Australia 1844 (inc. passenger names) Bark Rosina 31 December SS Caledonia 19 January They were often robbed, conned out of their money or directed to lodgings that would overcharge them. 1880. SS Herder 6 March Many passengers initially found it difficult to sleep due to the swaying of the ship during storms, the jostling of strong waves made even standing up difficult. SS Devonia 26 February SS Colon 14 January Bark Norma 30 March SS Letimbro 3 December SS Baltic 5 April Ship Olive Branch 2 October Barque Philadelphia 11 June SS Switzerland 13 April SS Glausannox 16 April SS State of Pennsylvania 10 January SS Arragon 30 September USM Ship Atlantic 26 March Brig Falcon 17 June Schooner Charlotte Corday 7 March Bremen Packet 16 October SS Australia 3 May Ship Eliza Warwick 29 April Bark Mississippi 10 June Brig Mary E. Pennell 6 April SS Walla Walla 21 June Ship Mount Vernon 12 May Bark Cuba 3 May The ship logo, which is still used in part, was designed and contributed by Pat Walker and Sheila Tate. Sch. Brig Acadian 5 September Harvard 22 December, 1862 Bark Ovanda 5 May Look in for a picture of the ship named For the "EllisIsland" site you must enter the complete name of the ship. Brig Peruvian 19 February Ship Caroline Tucker 2 May SS Empire City 27 March Akbar 26 May SS Rhenania 7 November SS Rhein 13 January This may sound funny but the boat trip you describe reminds me of my two Atlantic crossings on troop ships back in the 50's. There are no surviving inbound passenger lists for these ships in England or Germany. Brig Lawsen 05 December SS Suevia 7 January SS Donau 8 January Ship Gleaner 17 January Family History Research in South Africa South Africa genealogy links. SS Suevia 24 February Ship Harold 24 October SS Montana 27 March SS Carondelet 19 June The housekeeping on the ship, sweeping after every meal, 3 safety lamps to be lit, the cleaning of utensils and the washing and drying of clothes not permitted below deck were all regulated. Schooner Radius 5 May SS Nevada 9 January Ship Emerald 30 April reproduced in whole or part in any format for presentation, distribution or profit by Brig Weser 29 December, 1837 SS Saratoga 9 April SS Severn 8 January Ship Clara Wheeler 15 July Brig Robert Ray 15 March, 1833 SS Maas 29 March Ship Martha 21 March It makes me want to investigate the accommodations on the ships my ancestors took to get to the United States. Howe 6 March Bark Edmund 3 November The LDS have now also purchased and catalogued Ships' passenger lists for Canada, 1900-1922, 1925-1935 and Immigration Form 30A, ocean arrivals, 1919-1924 microfilms. SS Bolivia 17 April Wow, this is fascinating. Passenger lists on ships continued until 1965, when cards completely replaced lists for both air and sea travel. SS Moses Taylor 29 February SS Neckar 21 January This would house twenty four persons, each having a berth about two feet wide. SS Parthia 28 July Br Ship Riverdale 12 November SS Zeeland 9 January Free databases on TheShipsList, where you can find passenger lists, fleet lists, pictures, ship pictures, shipping schedules, ship descriptions, wreck data, and other information not found elsewhere. Ship Edward Downes 28 November SS State of Indiana 25 January Students and Family Historians are welcome to use these illustrations in your reports and family histories. SS Erin 6 October SS Romeo 17 June Steamer America 12 January SS Saratoga 26 February Ship Hector 8 January Ship Huntress 12 July Bunks stacked from floor to ceiling, salt water showers, really bad food, and vomit everywhere. SS Bienville 10 December SS Gaelic 6 June SS City of Berlin 1 December Bark Johanna 18 May Ship Gov. SS Maas 24 January The focus was on ventilation, nutrition and hygiene. SS Egypt 2 October Steamer Cambria 22 February SS Atlas 9 January Ship Jere Thompson 16 May Halifax 9 January Ship Olbers 3 June SS Columbus 5 October Visit Geni Wikitext, Unicode and images which gives a great deal of assistance. SS Main 6 October SS City of Baltimore 29 September, 1860 Bark Creole 8 March Most of them were from the … SS Empire City 10 December SS Alvo 26 December SS Westphalia 27 March SS Adirondack 21 December Free databases on TheShipsList, where you can find passenger lists, fleet lists, pictures, ship pictures, shipping schedules, ship descriptions, wreck data, and other information not found elsewhere. SS Donau 12 November CDROM Passenger Ship Arrivals Canadian Ports 1865-1899; Assisted Immigrants to Canada 1865-1874 (in progress) Brig Isabella 20 February SS Tallahassee 5 December English Immigration to America decreased in the 1900's as people who wanted to emigrate turned to Canada and Australia who had better economic opportunities and more favorable immigration policies. SS Sicilia 22 July. Webster 17 April SS Utopia 9 April SS Australia 2 April SS Wieland 15 February Often they were required to bring their own mattresses and blankets. SS City of Chester 31 March Immigration Report for Nova Scotia, 1865 - contains 1864 passenger lists for Kedar, Euroclydon, Europa, and Indian Queen. Andrew Foster 8 December, 1852 Schooner Boston 24 March SS Herder 16 April Barque Ellergill 19 June Wm. Brig Hippomenes 7 January SS Aller 1 December At the beginning of the nineteenth century, passengers were seen as a sideline for cargo ships, as a way to increase their funds. Brig Margaret 2 March SS Zeeland 25 July 1800's - Volume 2. Prior to the 1850s emigrants disembarking at the dock were at the mercy of the crooks and conmen ready to exploit them. SS Erin 16 September Brig Champion 28 July Among the billions of historical records housed at the National Archives throughout the country, researchers can find information relating to immigrants from the late 1700s through the early SS Germanic 30 December Ship Hull 5 March Ship Anglo Saxon 1 April SS Germanic 1 December Arabian 19 June Dan Bark Prindsesse Alexandria 13 April SS California 21 January SS State of Pennsylvania 15 February SS Claribel 21 March Schooner Flora 4 January Immigrants to the New World, 1600s-1800s; Scottish Immigrants to North America, 1600s-1800s Covering approximately 70,000 immigrants from Scotland to USA & Canada; Scotch-Irish Settlers in America, 1500s-1800s Immigration Records Approximately 215,000 individuals ; Ships Passenger Lists … I guess nobody bothered to tell the US Army there were better ways to travel? Books, brochures, articles, and other ephemera provided many photographs of the conditions and experiences of immigrants traveling in steerage from the late 1800s through World War I. Schooner Beverly 12 January SS Denmark 30 January Ship Henry Pratt 1 May SS Somerset 15 April Brig Hugh Wallace 19 December SS City of Rio de Janeiro 20 May 'Passenger and immigration lists index', by P W Filby and M K Meyer. SS Spain 22 April Barque Natchez 4th Quarter, 1848 SS Abyssinia 18 September Schooner Jos. Brig John Clifford 28 May Steerage promenades were often included, separate to the upper class to provide access to fresh air and exercise. SS Cimbria 1 February SS State of Virginia 10 April Immigration Records: German & Swiss Settlers in America, 1700s-1800s (CD #267) Family Tree Maker For any link problems please contact ISTG Production Coordinator. SS Walla Walla 6 June Brig Leonida 29 August SS Alameda 8 June SS Erin 15 June SS Pereire 10 April Ship Edward Downes 15 June Ship Opawa to Lyttelton 7 December Steamer Britannia 4 September Ship Stephen Whitney 6 April The ship database includes ship name, type of ship, master, home port of ship, arrival date at Galveston, port of departure, destination port, tonnage, number of immigrants, shipowner, and citation source. Brig Laura Ann 2 February Ship Robert Morris 2 February ‘a person who leaves a country or region to live in another one’. Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild is independently owned. Brig Johanna Catharine 14 January SS Devonia 23 January SS San Blas 3 May Ship Amethyst 14 February Ship Ulverstone 30 November Bark Sacramento 13 May SS Austrian 29 September RMS Catalonia 15 October SS Montana 24 January SS Greece 7 April Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild is independently owned. Ship Chariot 10 August As vessels grew safer, larger, sturdier, and faster, ocean crossings became less of an ordeal. Highflyer 30 July This database is an index to the Board of Trade’s passenger lists of ships arriving in the United Kingdom and Ireland from foreign ports outside of Europe and the Mediterranean from 1878-1888 and 1890-1960. Steamer Crescent City 28 March Schooner Boston 11 May Ship Rome 3 June SS South Carolina 15 March SS Wisconsin 29 January SS Neckar (retranscribed, now in Volume 5) 5 January Brig L. F. Munson 4 April Brunswick 17 October, 1834 Ship Passenger Lists (the 1870s through the 1960s) The GG Archives is a Great Resource for Ship Passenger Lists - USA, Canada, Australia, and Other World Ports, from the 1870s - 1960s. SS Gallia 15 April Isaac Webb 15 May A list of food that must be provided to each passenger, the rights of passenger to access to the fire, water and light were all included. SS Scythia 26 March SS City of Washington 1 May SS Colon 28 January SS State of Virginia 19 January Ship Olympia 28 November SS Hibernian 3 June Ship Geo. Barque Flash 13 June Brig Wm. Assisted immigrants arriving at Port Phillip Australia, 1839-1851 The vessel Ann Gales is labelled as "Persons on Bounty Ships arriving at Port Phillip", the Ann Gales appears to have arrived at Port Jackson, Sydney 12 July 1840, and did not arrive at Port Phillip. The meals would have depended to the skill of the cook and the ingredients available. Barque Sterling 31 October, 1832 Bark Minona 20 September ', The Last England by Ford Madox Brown (1855). Created & Maintained by the ISTG™Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild LLC The New Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild logo was designed by Patty MacFarlane. SS Canima 25 September Ship L'Esperance 10 January SS Abyssinia 6 February SS Umatilla 27 May It does sound like a very similar journey! Once you have traced your family back to an English emigrant, you must determine the parish where he or she lived. Brig Catharina 12 December Ship Orion 12 December Ship Montezuma 12 May Brig Armagh 23 March Schooner Rambler 17 February Amana 23 September, 1887 Bark Johanna 16 May Schooner Tigress 12 May Admiral 6 December, 1853 SS City of Alexandria 31 December Bark Atlantic 17 January First class passengers experienced many luxuries, menus that survive from that time list a variety of foods and alcohol to choose from and technological advances meant better food preservation and hygiene. SS George West 29 March Schooner Leviathan 4 January Consult Access the Records for other options such as consulting immigration records on microfilms. The eGGSA Passenger List Project A project to transcribe all passenger lists in the South African archives German South Africa Resources German genealogy in South Africa 1820 British Settlers 1820 South Africa British Settlers' Genealogy and other information. Brig Quebec 22 March Escape from religious persecution, seeking adventure and riches or for employment are just some of the reasons for travel. Ship Topaz 25 September SS Bumilli 25 March Anglo American 3 April Conditions aboard ship continued to improve, the regulations ensuring better hygiene and sanitation. Ship Agenoria 5 January Ship Diana 17 May Though the reasons for emigration may be different, the mode of transport was the same for everyone. Ship Majestic 9 March Bark Sarah 22 December, 1896 Before 1948, every passenger ship or aircraft captain provided a list of passengers on their vessel when they arrived. Bark Fredonia 16 June Schooner Rising Sun 11 May Ship Tacitus 26 November Bark Constitution 31 May Ship Alleghany 14 November Schooner Maud 9 April City of Berlin 31 December Ship Octavia 31 March Prins Maurits 29 December SS Wyoming 1 January Br. SS Saratoga 16 November SS City of Berlin 14 April SS Geronde 7 February SS Dakota 2 October Barque Jane 5 November English immigration remained low, averaging about 6% of the total number of immigrants from Europe. Ship St. Martin 10 February SS William Rathbone 1 March Ship St. Denis 22 July, 1851 Ship Opawa to Timura 7 December, 1879 John Bell 14 May Index of Ships Passenger Lists from Ireland to USA & Canada 1600-1799 ~ 1800-1810 ~ 1811-1824 ~ 1825-1830 ~ 1831-1845 ~ 1846-1847 ~ 1848-1849 ~ 1850-1900 ~ 1900-present Don't leave without searching for your ancestors on Olive Tree Genealogy! SS Circassia 24 March SS Neckar 14 April This was a very interesting and well written hub. Barque Hope 5 April SS Alexandria 5 April SS Canada 14 February Select the Ships to South Africa in the 1800's" project. anyone without the express written consent of the Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild LLC. SS Vega 21 May Schooner Cordelia 21 February Schooner Eleanor Jane 14 September SS City of New York 1 April The technological advances in the use of steam power, improved knowledge in ship building and legislation to protect the rights of passengers safety and welfare all helped to improve the experience of emigrants aboard ship. Wollaston 2 November Ship Harriett 9 July Adelaide Metcalf 28 March SS Suevia 25 April SS State of Indiana 17 December SS Milly & Rachel 18 November SS State of Nevada 24 February The space inside would be very cramped, with often only a narrow alley between the bunks for one person to walk along at any one time, with no space for passing. SS Nagel 22 January Brig Diana 9 August SS Nevada 5 March The Merriam – Webster dictionary defines an emigrant as. Ship Senator 2 June, 1843 SS Egypt 29 January There are no specific passenger lists existing for feeder ships sailing between Norway and other European ports. SS Newport 3 December Brig E. S. Penny 12 June At Castle Gardens emigrants received a medical exam and reported their names and destinations. SS Australia 31 May SS San Francisco 3 April Steamer Dago 12 November SS City of Brussels 19 November SS Rhaetia 18 December Schooner Robert Ellis 4 September Ship Bashan 17 March SS Victoria 25 April SS W. A. Scholten 30 July, 1888 SS Australia 12 January Detroit, Michigan: … Ship New World 9 June Seppings 21 April Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2000, p. Galliott Flora 21 May In order to become a collaborator please join the project using the request link under "actions" at the top right of the page. Brig Ulrika 1 April SS City of Berlin 29 April Barque Ann 3 September, 1829 SS Wyoming 2 April Darkness, dampness and stale air would be common place. A. Abeille-class brig; French brig Adèle; Hired armed cutter Admiral Mitchell; Adonis-class schooner; Albatros (19th-century ship) The period after 1850 saw great improvements in the living conditions and speed of the emigration experience. SS City of New York 15 March Brig Sarah 25 July RMS Russia 17 April The 1800s was a time of rapid development in ocean liner technology, with significant changes occurring every five to ten years. Ship Susquehanna 13 June Caroline Nesmith 7 February SS Holland 20 January SS P. Caland 10 April RMS Celtic 20 January Brig Tornado 1 September SS Vega 11 July SS Alvena 18 April Brig P. J. Nevius 20 March SS Saratoga 15 January Brig William 13 February SS Algeria 21 February SS The Queen 21 March SS Alexandria 10 November Ship Colossus 28 February SS City of Richmond 18 June Brig Lauretta 12 June SS Aguan 17 December SS Bothnia 9 April Schooner John Rose 1 April Bark Virgilia 5 May SS Italy 19 June Steerage passengers would sleep in bunks, often very narrow and tightly packed together. Santiago de Cuba 17 March SS Colon 13 December Schooner Frank Howard 22 March SS Pommerania 30 April These are lists that were submitted by the masters of ships to U.S. customs officials upon arrival in the United States. SS Oder 30 September One description being of a sleeping compartment about fourteen feet by twelve feet long and eight high. Schooner Meridan 11 May SS Anchoria 20 March SS Canada 21 March SS City of Washington 10 April Passenger and Immigration Lists Index. Try a Canadian Port of Arrival and the Canada-U.S. border crossing records (Saint Albans Lists). Steerage generally had shared living and communal cooking arrangements. Ancestry.com has indexed the New York Passenger Lists by ships arriving to New York from foreign ports from 1820 - 1957. SS W.A. This is a list of ships of the line of the Royal Navy of England, and later (from 1707) of Great Britain, and the United Kingdom.The list starts from 1660, the year in which the Royal Navy came into being after the restoration of the monarchy under Charles II, up until the emergence of the battleship around 1880, as defined by the Admiralty SS Scythia 24 April Ship Edward Downes 12 May SS Colima 10 June Brig Mary 30 August SS Helvetia 8 April Ship Home 14 January SS Claribel 8 April SS Schiedam 10 January SS England 30 April Brig Ann 28 September Family Search SS Belise 14 November Schooner Boston 5 February Ship Susquehanna 1 April Each certificate records the name of the ship and the ship's agent; and the native place, calling, age, health, religion and name of the immigrant. SS Zeno 17 September, 1850 SS Rotterdam 6 March Emigrants full of hope, and searching for a better way of life boarded huge sailing, and later steam ships, most never to see their homes again. Cheshire 13 April SS State of Nebraska 25 January Brig Juliana 25 January Ship Amethyst 3 August Olbers 8 December Bermuda 17 April SS Edam 12 November Early passenger lists were handwritten, but once printing presses became commonplace on many steamships, the ship manifests became a souvenir of the voyage. Galliot Hendrika 17 September SS Switzerland 14 January SS Pennland 17 December Cutting 29 August SS State of Pennsylvania 3 January SS Wieland 27 March SS China 10 January Schooner Union 13 May This is a guide to published arrival records of about 500,000 passengers who went to the United … SS Caledonia 23 January Ancestry.com. 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