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PostPosted: Thu Jul 26, 2007 3:22 am 
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Quebec Gazette #5726 24/05/1841 Page 2. Col. 4C
transcribed at:
http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/ ... strel.html

"The Minstrel left Limerick, Ireland, on the 21st April last, for Quebec with one hundred and forty-one passengers: emigrants intending to settle in Canada.
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We were, this morning, kindly favoured by A.C. Buchanan, Esq. emigrant agent at Quebec, with the following complete list of the passengers and crew of the Minstrel:

James Stranghnessy,
Catherine Stranghnessy,
N. Moriarty,
Mary Moriarty, all of the County of Clare

Wm. Pendergast,
V. Pendergast,
Mary Pendergast,
Tom Pendergast,
Thos. Flaherty,
Biddy Flaherty, (saved)
Denis Flaherty, (saved)
Mary Carney,
Michael Cullinein,
Ellen Cullinein,
Tom. Bridgman,
Bridget McNamara,
Thos Kennedy,
R. Kennedy,
Thos. Amhill,
Michael Casey,
Cath. Casey,
Margaret Casey,
Mary Dwyer, all of the county of Clare.

John Ryan,
Michael Ryan, all of Newmarket.

Pat. Carney,
Mary Carney,
James Carney,
Pat Carney,
Bridget Carney,
James Carney,
Ann Carney,
Peggy Dwyer,
Rhody Ringrose,
Michael Ringrose,
Honora Ringrose, (saved)
Will. Ryan James Carney,
Bridget Carney,
Peggy Carney,
Tom. Carney,
Patty Carney,
Mary Maddan,
John Meara,
John Rourke,
Thady Rourke,
Judy Rourke,
Issac Bethel,
Catherine Bethel, all of Trook. [sic, likely Trugh]

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Researching Carberry in 1850s/60s Montreal only


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Thanks for this, Sharon. A number of Caseys there and, interestingly, the names of some of the neighbours of the Caseys of Moyrhee/Shanballysallagh in Clare. As we all know, neighbours often travelled in groups from the locality when the emigrated.

Tantalising !

Paddy


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