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From: "Jacqueline Archibald" <>
Subject: Re: [Mull] Ship Lists
Date: Mon, 31 Jul 2006 14:56:03 -0300
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Do you know if there are lists from 1820 to 1865 for any of the ports in
Canada especially Quebec City and Montreal as many Scots came in early
Thank you
----- Original Message -----
From: "Elaine Robinson" <>
To: <>
Sent: Monday, July 31, 2006 9:43 AM
Subject: Re: [Mull] Ship Lists

> Hi Jo-Anne,
> Passenger lists were kept in Canada from 1865 onwards for the ports of
> Quebec and Halifax. Even if they were travelling on to Montreal they were
> officially cleared through Grosse Isle at Quebec City. Microfilms may be
> borrowed through inter-library loan from the National Archives of Canada
> but there is no index to anything, so it is a matter of searching each
> list. You could try and narrow it down by taking a guess at the likely
> port of departure (Greenock?) and time of year. Have a look at
> Good luck.
> Elaine
> Georgetown Ontario
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Jo-Anne Mills" <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Saturday, July 29, 2006 2:59 PM
> Subject: [Mull] Ship Lists
>> Hi All
>> I know I am a little slow at getting around to this, but my husband and I
>> had a great time at MUGG. Job well done organizers. I got to meet 16
>> new
>> relatives of which I had only spoken to 2 of them about 2 months before
>> the
>> reunion.
>> One of the relatives was Anne MacGregor. She did a great job as a tour
>> guide and it was great being able to drop in and see the old pics and
>> certificates she has on our family. We even had a family reunion supper
>> at
>> another relative's at Knock Farm. I had email with Chris James (Torosay
>> Castle) a few years ago but it is always nice to put a face to the name.
>> I sure hope another MUGG can be put together. We would love to go again
>> and
>> I'm sure now that the word is out about how great a time we had, others
>> may
>> be able to make it next time.
>> Now back to my subject line. Where does one start to try and find out
>> what
>> ship their descendants left Mull on. The only info I have is that Peter
>> (McGhiel) MacGregor, his wife Janet (Lamont) and all but one of their
>> children came to Canada in 1884. I don't know were they left from on
>> Mull
>> and I do not know where they landed in Canada. They did settle in
>> Sydenham
>> Township, Grey County, Ontario Canada, just outside of Owen Sound.
>> Can anyone point me the direction of where to start looking? All help
>> appreciated.
>> Jo-Anne Mills (McGregor)
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