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Driscoll of Cork
Source: Irish Emmigration to New England Through the Port of Saint John New Brunswick, Canada 1841 to 1849 by Daniel F. Johnson, 1996
Courtesy Jeanne Kent


p. 134 - Drescool, James, 35, RC, Cork, Ire., adm. Aug 16, 1847
Gowrie, sailed from Cork, Ire arrived at Saint John Aug 12, 1847
Emigrants Admitted to the Alms House St John From Vessels Arriving in 1847

p.179 - Mrs. Cath. Driscol, 27, Cork Ire., adm. Apr 27, 1848 adm. Jan 1, 1849 adm. March 20, 1849
Lockwoods, sailed from Cork, Ire., arrived at Saint John Apr 28 1848
Emigrants Admitted to the Alms House St John From Vessels Arriving in 1848

p.38 - Catherine Driscol 40 Cork 4 Wife 3 child
Name, Age, Place of Nativity,Family,Circumstances
The Emigrant Poor of the City of Saint John – 1842
From 1st Jan to the 31st Dec 1842 – 713 families containing 2036 individuals.

p. 179 - Dan Driscol, 3 years 6 mos., RC, Cork, Ire., adm. Apr 27, 1848 adm. Jan 1, 1849 adm. March 20, 1849
Lockwoods, sailed from Cork, Ire., arrived at Saint John Apr 28 1848
Emigrants Admitted to the Alms House St John From Vessels Arriving in 1848

p. 83 – Honora Driscol, 24, R.C.,Cork, Ire., Adm. Aug 6, 1848 Dis. Sept. 2, 1846
Coxon, sailed from Cork, Ire., landed at Saint John May 19, 1846

p. 33 - Honoria Driscol 29 do Inflam Fever
The Emigrant Poor of the City of Saint John – 1842

p.48 - Jerem Driscol 32 Cork 2 Sick &destitute
Name, Age, Place of Nativity,Family,Circumstances
The Emigrant Poor of the City of Saint John – 1842
From 1st Jan to the 31st Dec 1842 – 713 families containing 2036 individuals.

p.58 - Jer Driscol 32 Cork 2 Halifax
Name, age, nativity, family, to what place removed
List of Passage Tickets &c for Passages inland and coastwise granted destitute immigrants during the Year of 1842 by the Overseers Poor in the City – 271 cases comprising 732 individuals. Saint John 31st December 1843

p. 17 - John Driscol 35 Co. Cork Sick & destitute
The Emigrant Poor of the City of Saint John – 1842

p. 182 - Kate Driscol, (Kate Blake) 20, R.C., Cork, Ire., adm. March 20, 1848 dis Aug 14, 1849 McDonnell, sailed from Cork, Ire., arrived at Saint John May 31, 1848.
Emmigrants admitted to the Alms House Saint John from Vessels Arriving in 1848.

p. 182 - Kitty Driscol, 20, R.C., Cork, Ire., adm. Feb 24, 1849
McDonnell, sailed from Cork, Ire., arrived at Saint John May 31, 1848.
Emmigrants admitted to the Alms House Saint John from Vessels Arriving in 1848.

p. 18 - Mary Driscol 39 Co. Cork Destitute Widow 3 ch
Emmigrant Poor of the City of Saint John – 1842

p.25 - Mary Driscol 29 Cork 4 Destitute widow 3 do
Overseers of Poor in the City during the year 1842

p.82 - Mary Driscol, 25, R.C., Cork adm. July 20, 1846 dis. Aug 20, 1846
Bremn?, Sailed from Cork, Ire., landed at Saint John July 9, 1846
Emigrants Admitted to the Alms House Saint John From Vessels Arriving in 1846

p.177 - Mary Driscol, 16, Cork Ire., adm. July 10, 1848 dis. Aug 27, 1848
Dealy (Daley), (no date given)
Emigrants Admitted to the Alms House Saint John From Vessels Arriving in 1848

p. 23 - Mary Driscol 2nd 30 Cork 4 Husb deserted 3 do
Cases of Sick and indigent Families and invidual immigrants from the United Kingdom assisted with Out door Relief – Overseers of Poor in the City during the year 1842

p.53 - Mary Driscol 2nd 25 Cork 3 H absent 2 do
Sick and indigent Immigrants aided from 1st Jan to 31st Dec 1842

p.61 - Patrick Driscol 5 Cork St. Malachys Church Yard
Deceased indigent immigrants (interred) at the Expense of the Overseers of the Poor of the City during the Year 1842 Saint John

p. 23 - Timothy Driscol 29 Co. Cork 5 Sick & destitute
Cases of Sick and Indigent Families and individual immigrants from the United Kingdom assisted with Out door Relief in provisions & on Parish Poor Account and not charged in the Immigrant Account by the Overseers of Poor in the City during theyear 1842

p. 29 - John Driscoll May 4th 35 Cork St. Malachi - Emigrant Poor Interments – 1842

p. 150 - Mary Driscoll, 30 R.C., Cork, Ire., adm. July 6, 1847, dis. July 20, 1847
Malvina, sailed from Baltimore, Ire., arrived at Saint John Jul 2, 1847
Emigrants Admitted to the Alms House Saint John from Vessels arriving in 1847

p.169 - Mary Driscoll, 24, R.C., Cork, Ire., adm. July 29, 1847 dis. Aug 1, 1847 adm Aug 5, 1847
Trafalgar, sailed from Cork, Ire., arrived at Saint John July 28, 1847
Emigrants Admitted to the Alms House Saint John from Vessels arriving in 1847

p.214 - Michael Driscoll Emigrant Vessel Footnotes 1847
Aeolus Sligo May 31 Master Michael Driscoll
5th June – The Ship: Aeolus" from Sligo with 17 sick – 26 deaths on the passage.
We the Committee of the Passengers of the ship Aeolus of Greenock, Capt. Michael Driscoll, Commander, do send our thanks in the name of all passengers, to our ever-to-be remembered late Landlord, Sir Robert Gore Booth, Bart., Slingo; he was always kind to his teneants…… We are also thankful to Captain Driscoll for his upright conduct in the distribution of diet-giving all the same fair play- the widows and orphans and the sick were all kindly treated by him and his advice to all had a good effect, as there was not a signle riot or blow struck during the voyage……

p.104 - Robert Driscoll, 24 Month of July, 1847
Passengers of Brig Trafalgar, Younghusband left Cork, Ireland June 5th, arrived Saint John Thursday July 15th, 1847 who died in Hospital Partridge Island, Saint John as reported in New Brunswick Courier.

p.131 - Tim Driscoll, 20, R.C., Cork, Ire., adm. July 3, 1847, dis. Aug 2,1847
Ella, sailed from Cork, Ire., arrived Saint John June 18, 1847
Emigrants Admitted to the Alms House Saint John from Vessels arriving in 1847


p. 70 - Mary A. Driskil, 3 ½, St. John, N.B., admitted June 3, 1843 from St John, discharged June 28, 1843, sent to infirmary to mother.
Emigrants in the Alms and Work House for City & County of St. John, N.B. Circumstance from April 21st, 1843 to August 10th, 1843


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