Canada, Misc. Immigration Records: Great Britain to Canada, 1802 to 1847
The Canada, Misc. Immigration Records: Great Britain to Canada Index contains 367 records between the years 1802 and 1847. These were compiled by Ingeneas.com from the Library and Archives Canada, who preserve the originals. Individuals who would like to learn more about the Canada, Misc. Immigration Records: Great Britain to Canada Index should visit the Ingeneas Database and Library and Archives Canada websites.
Information Available In This Collection
The records in the Canada, Misc. Immigration Records: Great Britain to Canada Index display the individual's first and last name and year of arrival.
About Ingeneas.com and Library and Archives Canada
The main source for the records in the Canada, Misc. Immigration Records: Great Britain to Canada Index is the Library and Archives Canada. Individuals who want to obtain copies of particular records or perform a deeper search should use the following information to contact the Library and Archives Canada.
Library and Archives Canada
395 Wellington Street
Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0N4 Canada
A valuable source of Canadian records is found at Ingeneas.com, a genealogy website that only offers access to Canadian records. These include passenger lists, immigration records, birth and death certificates, marriage licenses and census records. Many immigrants passed through Canadian ports, even if their ultimate destination was America, and these records can help pinpoint ancestors' journeys. Ingeneas.com offers a free online database that can be searched by name. A list of existing Canadian records for that name will appear, along with the type of record, and individuals can order a transcribed copy of the specific record.
The Library and Archives Canada is also a valuable resource for individuals looking for family members. Individuals may search through military records, land records, immigration records and vital records to learn more about past family members. Unfortunately, prior to 1865, passenger manifests weren't required by the government to be preserved or recorded to track immigration, so very few still exist. However, there are a number of immigrants and passenger lists that were saved and recorded, like immigrants from Great Britain heading towards Canada.
The Library and Archives Canada compiled these scattered records into an online database that is organized by name. These passenger lists can be searched and will return the full name of the passenger, the year of arrival, any additional information that was included like names of family members, and possibly age at arrival. Also included are the reference number, file number and page for the corresponding record so that individuals may either request a copy from the Library and Archives Canada or visit in person to view the desired records.
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