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Continuation of letters from Sussex emigrants in Upper Canada for 1833

Continuation of letters from Sussex emigrants in Upper Canada for 1833

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Published by s.n.] in [Petworth, England? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Britain -- Emigration and immigration -- Personal narratives.,
  • Ontario -- Emigration and immigration -- Personal narratives.

  • The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (11 fr.).
    Number of Pages11
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19214809M
    ISBN 100665214103


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Continuation of letters from Sussex emigrants in Upper Canada [microform] Publication date Topics genealogy Publisher [Petworth, England?: s.n.]Pages: Continuation of letters from Sussex emigrants in Upper Canada for [electronic resource]. Using a rich collection of contemporary sources, this study focuses on one group of English immigrants sent to Upper Canada from Sussex and other southern counties with the aid of parishes and landlords.

In Part One, Wendy Cameron follows the work of the Petworth Emigration Committee over six years and trace how the immigrants were received in each of. Emigration [microform]: letters from Sussex emigrants, who sailed from Portsmouth, in April,on board the ships Lord Melville and Eveline, for Upper Canada Publication date Pages: Assisting Emigration to Upper Canada: The Petworth Project, by Wendy Cameron and Mary McDougall Maude McGill-Queen's University Press, Septembercloth, pp, illus, maps, tables and figures Includes notes, bibliography, and index Winner of the Ontario Historical Society's J.J.

Talman Award for Early Days in Upper Canada, Letters of John Langton (Macmillan Co. of Canada, ). Letters from Settlers in Upper Canada (Printed by Marchant, London, ; CIHM ) Mactaggart, John. Three Years in Canada: An Account of the Actual State of the Country in (H.

Colborn, ; CIHM ). Full text of "Emigration [microform]: letters from Sussex emigrants, who sailed from Portsmouth, in April,on board the ships Lord Melville and Eveline, for Upper Canada" See other formats Continuation of letters from Sussex emigrants in Upper Canada for 1833 book EVALUATION TEST TARGET (MT-3) 1^ IIS u L25 III 1^ ^ vl v: V o 7 Photographic Sciences Cbrporation 23 WEST MAIN STREET WEBSTER.

West Sussex Emigration to Canada in the s and s by Francis Leeson. A description of letters written after emigration to Canada. Includes an alphabetical list of West Sussex emigrants to upper Canada Photocopies of the original letter at held by the Susname Index, Sea Lane, Ferring, Sussex.

Continuation of Letters from Sussex Emigrants in Upper Canada for Counsel for Emigrants, and Interesting Information from Continuation of letters from Sussex emigrants in Upper Canada for 1833 book merous Sources. Dalton, William: Travels in the United States of America and Part of Upper Canada.

Emigration [microform]: letters from Sussex emigrants who sailed from Portsmouth, in Aprilon board the ships, Lord Melville and Eveline, for Upper Canada: extracts from various writers on emigration to Canada, and from Canadian newspapers, with references to the letters: Capt.

Hale's instructions to emigrants, and a gazetteer of the places named in the lettersPages: In his first annual report as chief emigration agent for Upper Canada, Anthony Hawke offered as proof that his province was attracting emigrants with capital his claim that as many as one-quarter of the immigrants of had arrived through New York and the Erie Canal.

The Petworth immigrants did not fall into this category Continuation of letters from Sussex emigrants in Upper Canada for 1833 book.

Assisting Emigration to Upper Canada uses the sources of landlords and government to narrate the emigration of some 1, emigrants from Sussex and near-by English counties to Upper Canada (Ontario) between and English Immigrant Continuation of letters from Sussex emigrants in Upper Canada for 1833 book turns to the emigrants and the letters they wrote describing their life-altering decisions and their new lives in Canada.

English Immigrant Voices: Labourers' Letters from Upper Canada in the s English Immigrant Voices, presents annotated letters edited with accessibility to the modern reader in mind.

To provide more context for the letters, the editors have used project files to sketch the stories of individual writers. This banner text can have markup.

web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. This is a list of emigrants sent from England to Upper Canada by the Petworth Emigration Committee between and The names were gathered in the UNITED KINGDOM by Sheila Haines and Leigh Lawson in the course of research for the list of Petworth emigrants presented as Part 2 of Assisting Emigration to Upper that book was the story of emigrants.

Continuation of Letters from Sussex Emigrants Written in [], ; Letter from James Cooper, MayBrighton Herald, 25 Aug Cowdray Archives no: ; Walking the Bounds of Lodsworth Parish, AM 21/1/3; Lodsworth Tithe Apportionment Book.

Leeson, Francis. Records of Irish Emigrants to Canada in Sussex Archives List of names of heads of families or individuals, followed by year of emigration, of Irish Emigrants from North Munster to Canada.

Article in The Irish Ancestor, page, Family History Library Ref. B2iv Collected from published, archival, and private sources, these letters place the Petworth immigrants in the context of their times and challenge the image of English immigrants to s Upper Canada as officers and gentlewomen.

Wendy Cameron, Sheila Haines, and Mary McDougall Maude have carefully annotated the letters to sketch the stories of individual writers, link letters Reviews: 1. Emigration letters from Sussex emigrants who sailed from Portsmouth, in Aprilon board the ships, Lord Melville and Eveline, for Upper Canada: extracts from various writers on emigration to Canada, and from Canadian newspapers, with references to the letters: Capt.

Hale's instructions to emigrants, and a gazetteer of the places. BOOK - Authentic Letters From Upper Canada, Including an account of [] Canadian Field Sports By T W Magrath; Etchings by Samuel Lover; Edited by Rev.

Thomas Radcliff Originally published by Wm. Curry, Jun. and Company, Dublin, This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, Ontario – Continuation of letters from Sussex emigrants in Upper Canada Ontario – Letters and extracts of letters from settlers in Upper Canada Ontario – A statement of the satisfactory results which have attended emigration to Upper Canada.

Petworth Emigration Scheme: A Preliminary List of Emigrants From Sussex & Neighbouring Counties in England To Upper CanadaThe; Wendy Cameron & Mary McDougall Maude Poles in Ontario ; Benedykt Heydenkorn (editor) The source of the letter by George Older was Continuation of Letters from Sussex Emigrants Written in [], 8.

The following is an "Extract of a Letter from George Older, who emigrated to Canada, in the ship Heber, which sailed from Portsmouth, April 23rd. to Mr. Drewitt, of Peppering, Sussex:". Continuation of letters from Sussex emigrants, in Upper Canada: written in Copies and extracts of letters from settlers in Upper Canada Correspondence between the Right Honourable Sir Robert Wilmot Horton, bart., and J.B.

Robinson, Esq., chief justice of Upper Canada: upon the subject of a pamphlet lately published, entitled “Ireland. She was born near London, England, inand when 3 years old, moved to Canada with her parents.

One sentence of a letter from him, written inwas published in Continuation of letters from Sussex Emigrants written inwhich was published in Labourers' Letters from Upper Canada in the s, edited by Wendy Cameron.

Baines, R. Shall We Keep the Canadas. London: J. Hatchard, Bagot, C. The National Importance of Emigration. Considered in a Letter Addressed to the Right Honourable Lord Lyttelton.

London: W. Johnson & Co., Barclay, Charles (editor). Letters from the Dorking Emigrants Who Went to Upper Canada in the Spring of London: J. & A. The Petworth emigrant of rode a wave of enthusiasm for emigration to Upper Canada which had gathered force from the previous year.

After theLord Melvilleand theEvelinesailed on II Aprilthere was still sufficient interest to fill gh Thomas Sockett* made a distinction between the first two ships, which were “under the management of the Committee,”. Province of Ontario Immigration Records Emigration Letters from the Sussex Emigrants, who sailed from Portsmouth, in Aprilon board the ships Lord Melville and Eveline, for Upper Canada; Wiltshire England to Upper Canada.

Includes emigrants’ names. In a newly married couple emigrated from Gloucestershire to Aylmer in Upper Canada (now Ontario). Over the rest of the century, their relatives in England wrote to the emigrants.

The two dozen surviving letters give an insight into the reasons people emigrated, supported by information on prices of basic commodities and wages. Ray Burke has transcribed an example of an early () Land Grant document for property in Upper Canada. The exact surveyor's co-ordinates are spelled out, as is the 1/7 part of the land set aside for the Clergy Reserves.

It is signed by Sir Peregrine Maitland, Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada at York (now Toronto). Letter from Cleghorn, Wm. to James Allison, Montreal, 25 Jul Memoir from James Allison to Sir Joseph de C.

Loffan, 1 Nov Copy of a petition from James Allison to. Included in this Poor Law Union Immigrants to Canada Project are the names of emigrants for a 15 year period - no ship names were recorded but the researcher may be able to use the dates and years provided to compare with a list of known ship passages to Canada.

Marjorie Dow, genealogy materials (); Camera Club Trillium grant application (); colour slides (), weather observations (). SERIES 1: GENEALOGY, - file 1: Photocopy. "Emigration: Letters from Sussex Emigrants for Upper Canada (London: Longman and Co., ), pages. THE GOLDEN BRIDGE Young Immigrants to Canada to a book by Marjorie Kohli pages.

This is my second book on this subject (Marjorie, To Afraid to Cry). I can quickly summarize this book review as more a research book in summary for what have been labeled, “British Home Children.” The author lays out the deplorable conditions 5/5(1).

Poor Law Union Emigrants Folios A. Letter from Samuel Selmes, Beckley, to the Poor Law Commission, enclosing, for the Commission's approval, particulars of the persons emigrated from the parish of Beckley in the Rye Poor Law Union, with the exception of 25 persons who emigrated earlier, and pointing out that the cost is only £1 less than that allowed by the.

Canadian immigration history dates back to the 17th century when the land was colonised first by the French in Quebec and then by the British in Newfoundland. While a good few thousand men from the counties of Wexford and Waterford played their part in early Newfoundland history, the Irish didn't arrive in significant numbers until the 18th.

The Coffin Ship Elizabeth and Sarah sailed from the port of Killala in County Mayo, Ireland in Many of her passengers settled in the Ottawa, Canada area.

Excerpt from "An Gorta Mor i gCill Alaidhe" (The Great Famine in Killala) by Patricia Fitzgerald and Olive Kennedy () pp "One notorious 'coffin ship' was the Elizabeth and Sarah which sailed from Killala. Printed and digital history and genealogy books from a wide selection pdf publishers, including Global Heritage Press.

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#N#Family Tree Charts & Forms.Emigrants from England in New York City Almshouse - names of English immigrants to Canada & USA including the name of the ship they sailed on. New York Almshouse Records to contain the name of the ship and the arrival date and port for each person. Excerpt from Early Ebook in Upper Canada: Letters of John Langton From the Backwoods of Upper Canada and the Audit Ebook of the Province of Canada During the first four years after my father came out to Canada he wrote home to his family circle in Eng land a series of letters which form the first part of this : John Langton.