The Canada, Misc. Passenger Records Arriving in Eastern Canada Pre-1865 Index offers 2,001 records. These records were compiled from Ingeneas.com and are maintained by the Library and Archives Canada. Anyone who wants additional information on the Canada, Misc. Passenger Records Arriving in Eastern Canada Pre-1865 Index should visit the following websites: Ingeneas Database and Library and Archives Canada .
Individual records in the Canada, Misc. Passenger Records Arriving in Eastern Canada Pre-1865 Index feature the first and last name of the individual, age, date of arrival and year of birth.
The source for the Canada, Passenger Records Arriving in Eastern Canada Pre-1865 Index is the Library and Archives Canada. Individuals who want to learn more or obtain copies of these records should contact the Library and Archives Canada using the following information.
Library and Archives Canada
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Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0N4 Canada
Ingeneas.com is a genealogical website dedicated to Canadian records and helping individuals find out more about their Canadian roots. The types of records offered by Ingeneas.com include Canadian census records, birth certificates, death certificates, marriage licenses, passenger lists and immigration records. Individuals can use the online database for free to search various names. Any matching records, throughout the various categories, will be displayed. Individuals also have the option to purchase a transcribed copy of specific records.
The Library and Archives Canada holds a vast amount of Canada's historical records, including land records, military records, vital records like birth and death certificates, immigration records, employment records and census records. Many online indexes have been created to facilitate locating specific records, especially for individuals performing research into family history. Passenger records exist prior to 1865 for those arriving in eastern Canada; however, they aren't exhaustive since immigration records through passenger manifests weren't officially recorded until 1865 as mandated by the government.
Enough passenger lists from before 1865 still exist that the Library and Archives Canada put them into an online database that can be searched by name and arrival or immigration year. The results don't list a lot of information, but do point to the exact location of the source record in the Library and Archives Canada by providing a reference, volume, file and page number, in addition to the full name, year of arrival, age and any additional information available from the source record. This enables individuals to quickly find specific immigration records in person or to obtain copies from the Library and Archives Canada.
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