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Before we go any further, there are many people to whom I owe gratitude for their help and
perseverance. To protect their privacy, their names will not appear here, but they will know how
they have helped and how very sincerely that help is, and will continue to be, appreciated.
Thank you all so very much!
Photocopies of the original Log Book referencing Deaths and on-board behaviour
List of Crew and Report of Character
Letters written by Captain G. Borlase to the Shipping Master of the Black Ball Line Liverpool
England (owners of the ‘Erin-go-bragh’)
An old hand-written copy of the names on the Passenger List
(all of the above were originally discovered at Mitchell Library, Sydney, Australia)
Treasured copies of Pages 6 and 7 of the original Passenger List
Descendants of the following families (beware of variants):
Colgan, Colsh, Corcoran, Cruice/Cruise, Cuskelly/Quiskelly, Deering/Deerain, Dunn/Dunne, Flanagan,
Gavin/Gaven/Gavan, Kelly, Malone/Maloney/Moloney, Quinn, Rafter, Sheeran/Sheerin, Ward and
probably more. In some cases the kind folk out there in cyberspace could offer only one branch
of one family, but as I went further into research, other family members were discovered.
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