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COUNTY CORK

Ships

Passenger Lists

  • "Alert" - Sailed 2nd June, 1846 - from Cork to Boston. Philip O'Rourke's Irish Ancestral Page.
  • "Anna Maria" - October 31 1848 From Limerick. Philip O'Rourke's Irish Ancestral Page.
  • "Ann & Mary" 1833 Cork, Ireland to Saint John, New Brunswick. ISTG
  • "Bandon" The story of the SS Bandon. Oliver Coleman's web site.
  • "Bark Globe". Cork to Boston 28 April 1847. ISTG
  • "Cambridge" - Cork 1849. Philip O'Rourke's Irish Ancestral Page.
  • Dorgan Arrivals from Ireland to Boston 1848 - 1891
  • "Edinburgh" Port of New York, Ship- S.S. Edinburgh, Sailed from Liverpool and Queenstown, Master- T.F. Roskell, Arrived New York- 19 July 1864. Submitted by Anita Sheahan Coraluzzi.
  • "Effingham" which sailed out of Cork on October 22, 1849 with over 260 passengers listed. Philip O'Rourke's Irish Ancestral Page.
    Sailed 15th May, 1847 From Cork. Philip O'Rourke's Irish Ancestral Page.
  • "Fortitude", which left Cove of Cork 1825 and came to Quebec Canada. These were part of the Peter Robinson Settlers that came to Canada from the poor areas of Cork to help settle the new frontier. It is only a partial listing of the ships manifest received from the National Archives of Canada. Submitted by Shirley Dorgan.
  • "Hebe" Cork, 1823 to Quebec. Link submitted by Sherri Delaney to Rootsweb Cork mailing list
  • "H. Patterson" Philip O'Rourke's Irish Ancestral Page
  • "Industry" - Cork 1848. Philip O'Rourke's Irish Ancestral Page
  • "(Brig) Lydia" Cork, Ireland to New Haven, Connecticut 30 June 1826. ISTG
  • "Lydia" passenger list from Liverpool-NY 4-21-1851. Posted by Patty Pickett to Genexchange Cork list.
  • "Nollebatten" - Passenger List--Liverpool to New York, 10 August 1864, Ship- M. Nollebatten. Submitted by Anita Sheahan Coraluzzi to Genexchange Cork mailing list.
  • "Stakesby", Passenger list. Link submitted to the cork maling list
  • "Stakesby" Cork, 1823 to Quebec. Link submitted by Sherri Delaney to Rootsweb Cork mailing list
  • "Swan" Passenger list for the ship 'SWAN', which sailed out of Cork May 1, 1848, with ninety-four passengers. Philip O'Rourke's Irish Ancestral Page
  • "Ticonderoga", Passenger List, Sailed from Liverpool, arrived New York 8-4-1851 submitted by Patty Pickett to the cork mailing list.

    Passenger Lists - General

  • Australian Passenger Lists. Carol Russell's Tweetybird Australian page. Numerous passenger lists links as well as some of her own transcribed lists
  • Passenger Lists Irish Genealogical Society, Int'l (IGSI)
  • Passenger Lists Genealogy Links. Submitted by Denis Grant to Rootsweb Cork mailing list
  • Immigration and Ships Passenger List Research Guide This guide by Arnie Lang was originally prepared for the Genealogical Society of Bergen County, New Jersey. It's now available online and is being updated and expanded. The guide is logically outlined and well done. The Web site is simple, yet designed very efficiently for ease of navigation. The guide is perfect for the genealogy beginner, and a great refresher for those of us who think we might know all there is to know about immigration and ship passenger lists. Link submitted by Tony Riordan to Shamrock list.
  • Firstmom's Genealogy Resources Immigrant Ship Lists - Irish - 3 Smaller Irish Famine Era Ships "The Samuel-Hicks", "St. Patrick", and "Reliance", Ship "Mediator" From London to NY 1846, Ship "South-Carolina" Liverpool to New York 1846

    Places

  • Cobh - People who left. Linked suggested by Denis Grant. Rootsweb Cork mailing list.
  • Cobh -Queenstown Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild , Ireland
  • Cork Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild, Ireland
  • Cork, Emigrant Ships from - posted to the cork mailing list.
  • Grosse Isle, Canada 1832-1937. Submitted by Laurel Baker to the cork mailing list.
  • Quebec Mercury, Canada Cork ships. Submitted by Laurel Baker to the cork mailing list.
  • Ballykilcline, Co. Roscommon - Emigration Scheme/List submitted by Ann Wright
  • Kingwilliamstown, Co. Cork. Emigration Scheme/List submitted by Ann Wright

    General

  • Passenger Shipping Between Cork and Britain. Submitted by Michael Cornin.
  • Causes of Emigration Emigration from the north part of Cork to Canada 1823-1825.
    Government Assisted Emigration to Canada
    Transportations to Australia from Cork
    Contains transcriptions of an account of 1823 emigration and two ships lists plus links to other emigrants etc. from Cork. From Roberta O'Brien.
  • Immigration, Naturalization, Passenger Lists and Ships Lethbridge Family History Centre. Link submitted by Margaret Moon.
  • An Irish Emigrant - 1864 an example of the conditions of an Irish emigrant in New York in 1864, and conditions that he faced. Web site of Jenny Fawcett - Genseek. **updated 14 Dec 2004**
  • Irish Migration Resource Center Submit a Query about an emigrant from Ireland to any destination, world-wide. Review the many references to Other Helpful Sites. Order some wonderful Books about Irish genealogy, migration and ships. Take a look at the Query of the Week and Top Five Irish Queries. Search 1,100 Immigrant Queries, by Subscription. Read Tips on Submitting Queries and Searching Queries.
  • Letters Home From Emigrants Who Settled in The United States - Margaret McCarthy's Letter and Daniel Guiny/Guiney upon arrival in America. Submitted by Ann Wright to the cork mailing list.
  • Old Shipping Records - PRO
    The Finding Aid for Port Books, 1565-1799
    The Alphabetical Index of Information Leaflets

    Links submitted by Denis Grant to Rootsweb cork mailing list.
  • Peter Robinson's Settlers - Cork to Ontario, Can., 1825. Link submitted by Denis Grant.
  • Poor Law passengers from Poplar Union submitted by Patty Pickett posted to the cork mailing list. Also has links for Maritime Museums, Census & Ship Lists, Ships Pictures.
  • Transportation Records The National Archives of Ireland. The National Archives of Ireland holds a wide range of records relating to transportation of convicts from Ireland to Australia covering the period 1788 to 1868.


    Shipping Notices

  • "Metoka" - Shippinfg Notices 1846. Charges against Capt. M'Learn. Jean and Finbarr Prendergast's web site
  • Shipping Notices in Cork Newspapers and Directories. 'The Cork Examiner' of 1850. Note that Passenger Lists were not published in the newspapers. Jean and Finbarr Prendergast's web site
  • 'Cork Constitution' of 1832 shipping notices, along with some background information.Jean and Finbarr Prendergast's web site

    Surnames

  • Cronin names all appear on passenger list from Cork to Wollongong, NSW, Australia (1850s-60s). Posted by Michael Cronin on the Rootsweb Cork mailing list.

    Last updated 14 Dec 2004
    Links checked 27 Aug 1999


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