Emigration


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ANNIE HARVEY [nee Arnold] - Ticket to Australia [back]
ANNIE HARVEY [nee Arnold] - Ticket to Australia [back]
 
 
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ANNIE HARVEY [nee Arnold] - Ticket to Australia [front]
ANNIE HARVEY [nee Arnold] - Ticket to Australia [front]
 
 
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JANE GREENLAND - passenger list for the 'Merkara' - 20 Aug 1890 - London, England to Maryborough, Queensland, AUSTRALIA
JANE GREENLAND - passenger list for the 'Merkara' - 20 Aug 1890 - London, England to Maryborough, Queensland, AUSTRALIA
 
 
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Joseph Henry Willis' Petition for US Naturalization
Joseph Henry Willis' Petition for US Naturalization
Naturalization is the process of granting citizenship privileges and responsibilities to foreign-born residents. Naturalization papers are an important source of information about an immigrant's nation of origin, his foreign and “Americanized” names, residence, and date of arrival.
Immigrants to the United States have never been required to apply for citizenship. An immigrant could become a citizen anytime after they arrived in the United States. Of those who applied, many did not complete the requirements to become a citizen.  
 
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Matthew Fagg - convict record
Matthew Fagg - convict record
Indents of Male Convicts aboard the Maria Somes 9 Aug 1850, the Nile 3 Oct 1850, the Rodney 28 Nov 1850, and the Cornwall 11 Jun 1851 
 
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Passenger List - Horace & Ruth Kingsnorth - 1948
Passenger List - Horace & Ruth Kingsnorth - 1948
Passenger List the White Star liner 'Queen Elizbeth' showing Horace & Ruth Kingsnorth leaving Southampton, 2 Sep 1948, bound for New York, USA 
 
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Passenger List - Horace & Ruth Kingsnorth - 1948 (New York)
Passenger List - Horace & Ruth Kingsnorth - 1948 (New York)
Passenger List the White Star liner 'Queen Elizbeth' showing Horace & Ruth Kingsnorth arriving in New York, USA, 7 Sep 1948. 
 
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Passenger list for the SS <i>Virginia</i>, sailing from New York to Los Angeles in August/September 1934
Passenger list for the SS Virginia, sailing from New York to Los Angeles in August/September 1934
Victor (47), Ethel (46) and Walter (13) sailed from New York on 25 August 1934, arriving back home in Los Angeles on 8 September.  
 
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Passenger list for the SS Mariposa, sailing from Honolulu to Los Angeles in August 1941
Passenger list for the SS Mariposa, sailing from Honolulu to Los Angeles in August 1941
Ethel Demamiel sails from Honolulu in Hawaii to Los Angeles, California on board the Mariposa - alone - in August 1941.  
 
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Ship's Manifest for the Carpathia, 30 Sep 1904, New York
Ship's Manifest for the Carpathia, 30 Sep 1904, New York
Ship's Manifest of the Carpathia, carrying Dolena Willis and her children from Liverpool to New York. Her husband, Ingram, had arrived earlier in the year and was living in California.  
 
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Ship's Manifest for the Lucania, 5 March 1904, from Liverpool to New York
Ship's Manifest for the Lucania, 5 March 1904, from Liverpool to New York
Ship's Manifest showing Ingram Willis arriving in New York. His wife Dolena and 7 children followed in September that year.  
 
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Ship's Manifest for the Mariposa, 11 Aug 1932 - from Honalulu
Ship's Manifest for the Mariposa, 11 Aug 1932 - from Honalulu
Ship's Manifest of the Mariposa, carrying Victor Demamiel, his wife Ethel and their son Walter from Honalulu to New York in August 1932 
 
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Ship's Manifest for the SS California, 23 July 1934, Los Angeles
Ship's Manifest for the SS California, 23 July 1934, Los Angeles
Victor, Ethel and Walter sail from Los Angeles to New York, arriving there 6 August 1934. 
 
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WILLIS, Stephen & family - Passenger List (page 2) - 1910
WILLIS, Stephen & family - Passenger List (page 2) - 1910
On 7 January 1910, Stephen, his wife and Annie & children Alfred and Daisy boarded the Orontes - a 4,361 tonne ship berthed in London, bound for Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Stephen was listed a farmer. His family were four of the 456 people on board. 
 
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WILLIS, Stephen & family - Passenger List - 1910
WILLIS, Stephen & family - Passenger List - 1910
On 7 January 1910, Stephen, his wife and Annie & children Alfred and Daisy boarded the Orontes - a 4,361 tonne ship berthed in London, bound for Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Stephen was listed a farmer. His family were four of the 456 people on board.