1477Re: [St.H.Fam.Hist.] Re: Emigrants from St. Helena to Cape Cod & Martha's Vineyard
- Feb 19, 2012I found lots of information on Ancestry.com. They have lots of passenger lists and I found family leaving St Helena for the UK. The only thing is you have to pay a subscription; but that is where the information is to be found.Chris
From: Linda <msulab@...>
To: st-helena-genealogy <email@example.com>
Sent: Sun, 19 Feb 2012 17:02
Subject: [St.H.Fam.Hist.] Re: Emigrants from St. Helena to Cape Cod & Martha's Vineyard
I read your email. I don't have information to offer, but I do have a question for you. I noticed that you were able to identify the ship and passenger information about one of your ancestors. How did you find this information? I am trying to find information about my St. Helena ancestors who left the island during the 1880's, but I have had no luck. It looks like they left St. Helena and went to England. I have tried many passenger lists but nothing has ever "popped out" for St. Helena. Do you have any suggestions??
(Hopkins and Hercules Families)
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Burton Derick <burtonderick37@...> wrote:
> I am searching for ancestral and historical information on 2 individuals:
> 1) Eveline/Evalina Redsdale/Redsteal arrived in Martha's Vineyard on the whaler "Niger" from St. Helena, ca. 1880. She had 2 marriages here (1) Samuiel Peters, (2) Lewis H. Cook, both of whom were Aquinnah (Gay Head) Indians. Her descendants are still extant.
> 2) Henry Crowie - a gentleman of color, said he was born in St. Helena; he died in Dennis, Mass., 28 July 1938, aged about 65 years. He married a local girl here, but had no children.
> Any assistance on finding more about these two individuals would be appreciated. We have a photo of Mr. Crowie and his wife that we are willing to share, as well as information on the descendants of Evalina.
> Burton N. Derick
> Librarian, Dennis Historical Society
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