Re: [bukowsko_triangle] Re: Free Use for a week at Ancestry.com Immigration Records
- Debra, Yes, I have used the Steve Morse site and Ellis Island also. Their
records start in 1892 and my grandfather's manifest was in 1889. With the
Steve Morse site, you can enter just the name of a village and the date
range, hit "search" and get a list of all of the people from that village
that came through Ellis Island. Very interesting.
On Wed, Aug 31, 2011 at 6:13 AM, Debra <walenchok@...> wrote:
> Hi Gloria,
> Just wanted to mention in case you don't know, EllisIsland.org has all the
> immigration records through New York and it's always free. You just have to
> register. Also there is a great search tool at SteveMorse.org where you can
> access the Ellis Island records quicker and you can sort the results, once
> you're registered on the Ellis Island site. You may already know all this,
> but maybe there is someone new to the group that would not know.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Walt/Gloria Elston" <elstonwg@...>
> > Thought some would be interested that Ancestry.com offers a free week of
> > searching immigration records. I found my grandfather's manifest dated
> > 10, 1889, something that has eluded me for 11 years.
> > Gloria
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