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From: Leslie Yeager <>
Subject: Re: [Ont] IMMIGRATION of
Date: Sat, 04 May 2002 07:11:20 -0600

Believe you might have a "typo" in the ship's name. My grandparents left
England in Feb 1920 aboard the "Scandinavia" bound for Canada.

Alberta, Canada
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Date: Saturday, May 04, 2002 6:57 AM
Subject: [Ont] IMMIGRATION of

>Hello list members,
>My name is Doris Lindblad and I live in Texas, USA.
>I am searching for information on F. M. Lundgren, age 21, who, according to
>the passenger lists in the archives of the Police Chamber of Goteborg, left
>on the ship "Scandinavica" destined for Granton, England on 10 Oct 1871.
>J. Lundgren, age 22, left from the same parish and shows the same
>Is there info anywhere that shows him arriving in Granton and which port he
>would have departed to come to the US. The Census record in 1900 shows that
>he arrived in the States in 1874.
>Was Canada part of England in 1871-1874?
>Thanks for any help you might be able to provide.
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