Immigration and Miscellaneous
- The Olive Tree Genealogy Newsletter --- helping you find the
roots and branches of your family tree.
V. 1 #40:Immigration and Miscellaneous
I am on my way to Salt Lake City for a few days of research, and
wanted to take a few minutes before leaving to let everyone know what
is new on OTG since our last newsletter.
I am really looking forward to some research time, and hopefully
finding my elusive Jacob Peer in New Jersey! Cross your fingers for
me, as he has managed to escape my grasp in the last 10 years.
If you are looking for your Irish ancestors to Canada, see
my ships passenger lists and custom search engines online at
Olive Tree Genealogy
Many immigrants to America came via Canada, so don't
overlook these lists if you are at a brick wall in your
Custom Search Engines to search multiple Internet sites for
passenger lists of ships from IRELAND to N. America are
This search engine searches for Irish ships coming to USA
and Canada, all years. It searches Olive Tree Genealogy and
dozens of other websites.
My hosted Irish Ships to Canada include
Ireland to New Brunswick:
Charles Napier 1847
John Clarke 1847
Ireland to Quebec
Helen Thompson 1847
More ships are coming, as fast as I can transcribe and code
them. Good luck, have fun and hope you find an ancestor!
Palatine Ship to PA 1771
Since I like to close my newsletter with something that is FREE on
other sites, this week I've chosen Ancestry.com and Genealogy.com's
free trials. I've talked about them before, but I couldn't find
anything NEW to share with you so just wanted to remind everyone that
these are available.
Ancestry.com now has 3 FREE trial subscriptions, each for a different
database (Census, United Kingdom & Ireland, and General Database)
where you can find your ancestors.
Genealogy.com has two FREE trials - one to their basic subscription
plan (lots of goodies) and the other just for Passenger Lists. See
AOL users click here: <a
Have fun, see you after I get back from Salt Lake City!