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These are passenger lists for emigrants from Ireland to the United States and Canada, arranged in date order. Please note that this is not the complete set of sailings, and that some of the lists shown may be incomplete. If you do not find your ancestor here, you should check other sources. If you do find them then we are happy to have helped in your search.

If you will pardon the awful pun, these lists represent merely a drop in the ocean.

See also the main Emigrants page for lots of other links.

For those looking for emigrants to the USA, you should check out the National Archives and Records Administration pages, which will give information on how to obtain microfilm records of passenger arrivals.

There are also two Mailing Lists which you should consider joining: GENIRE which discusses all aspects of Genealogy in any part of Northern Ireland and The Republic of Ireland, and The Ships List which has some really helpful folk who seem to know most things about Ships and emigration/immigration.

In either case, you should put the word "subscribe" (without the quotes) in the Body of the message - the mail addresses shown will get you the Digest version of these Lists.

And now, the lists


"St. George" of England, sailed from Portsmouth on 7th. October 1677, to Maryland, via Waterford, Ireland.

"Encrease" Master, Philip Poplestone, from Youghal, County Cork, to Maryland, sworn March 1679.

Ireland to Boston, Massachusetts - passengers on 18 ships from 1716 to 1779.

"Hannah" Cavenough Master, from Cork, destination unknown, 11th. September 1764.

"Freemason" from Cork, destination unknown, arrived 27th. December 1764.

"Willmott" from Cork on 15th. December 1766, destination unknown.

"Ann and Margaret", destination unknown, 14th. October 1767.

"Mars" from Dublin 29 March 1803.

"Portland" for Charleston 29 March 1803.

"Eagle" for New York 29 March 1803.

"Neptune" Master, Seth Stevens, sailed for Newcastle and Philadelphia from Warren Point, Newry 29 March 1803.

"Susan" from Dublin to New York April 5, 1803.

"American" Alexander Thompson, master, sworn at Londonderry, 9 April 1803.

"Cornelia" of Portland, going to New York, sworn at Londonderry, 15 April 1803.

"Rachel" Master, Benjamin Hale, to New York from Sligo 15 April 1803.

"Pennsylvania" Elhana Bray, Master, from Londonderry, to Wilmington and Philadelphia, 16 April, 1803.

"Margaret" Master, Thomas Marsh, bound for New York from Newry 18 April 1803.

"Edward" from Belfast to Philadelphia, 19 April 1803.

"Mohawk" John Barry Master, sworn at Londonderry, 23 April, 1803, bound for Philadelphia.

"Ardent" Richard Williams, master, bound for Baltimore, sworn at Londonderry, 23 April 1803.

"Jefferson" James Adams, master, to New York from Sligo, sworn 28 April, 1803.

"Serpent" of Baltimore, Archibald McCockell, master, going to Baltimore and sworn at Londonderry, 30 April, 1803.

"Patty" sworn at Newry, 5 May 1803.

"Strafford" for Philadelphia, sworn at Londonderry, 14 May 1803.

"Active" for Philadelphia, sworn at Newry, 18th. May, 1803.

"Diana" bound for New York, sworn at Newry, 18th. May, 1803.

"Hopewell" sworn at Newry 6th. of June, 1803, and bound for New York.

"Wilmington" Thomas Woodford, Master, from Belfast to New York, sworn 9th. July 1803.

"George" of New Bedford, Jacob Taber master, for New York, sworn at Dublin, 29 August 1803.

"Lady Washington" from Belfast to Charleston, sworn 22nd. September, 1803.

"Betsy" for New York, sworn at Newry, 22 September, 1803.

"Snow George" from Belfast to Philadelphia, sworn 22nd. September, 1803.

"Independance" for New York, Mathias Fleming, Master, sworn at Londonderry, 31st. October, 1803.

"Venus" for Norfolk, America, sworn at Dublin, 14 November, 1803.

"George" of New Bedford, going to New York, sworn at Belfast, 25th. February, 1804.

"Prudence" of Philadelphia, sworn at Dublin, 9 March 1804.

"Eagle" from New York, sworn at Belfast, 10 March, 1804.

"Susan" of and for New York, sworn at Dublin 28 March 1804.

unknown vessel from Sligo to New York, sworn 29 March, 1804.

"Alexis" - British Brig of Greenock, to Wilmington, North Carolina, sworn 29 March 1804.

"Charles and Harriot" sworn at Sligo, 29 March 1804.

"Maria" of Wilmington, bound for Philadelphia, sworn at Londonderry, 30 March 1804.

"American" from Londonderry to New York, sworn at Londonderry, 31 March 1804.

"Brothers" of Philadelphia, sworn at Londonderry, 14 April 1804.

"Jane" of New Bedford (USA) for New York, sworn at Dublin, 17 April 1804.

"Mary" of New Bedford to Philadelphia, sworn at Dublin, 17 April 1804.

"President" of New Bedford from Newry for New Castle in America, sworn 21 April 1804.

"Commerce" for Philadelphia, sworn 28 April, 1804.

"Diligence" of New Bedford for New York, sworn at Dublin, 30 April 1804.

"Duncan" Abraham Sebson, Master, for New York, sworn at Londonderry, 26th. May, 1804.

"Mechanic" from Dublin to Baltimore, 203 tons burden, sworn 28th. May, 1804.

"Ceres" from Newry for New York, sworn 31st. May, 1804.

"Catherine" from the Port of Killybegs and bound for New Castle and Philadelphia. Sworn at Ballyshannon, 9th. June, 1804.

"Atlantic" for Boston, sworn at Dublin, 19th. June, 1804.

"Live Oak" of Scarboro, Christopher Dyer, Master, to New York, sworn at Londonderry, 23rd. June, 1804.

"Golconda" from Londonderry to New York in 1811.

"Harvey Hide" from Belfast to New York, 1811.

"Algernon" Clark, Master, from Belfast to New York, 18th. May, 1811.

"Orlando" Josiah Cromwell, Master, arrived in New York, 19 May, 1811.

"Africa" John E. Scott, Master, from Belfast to New York, arrived 9 June, 1811.

"Jupiter" William Hutchins, Master, from Belfast to New York, 1st. June, 1811.

"Mary" Wallington, Master, from Londonderry, arrived at Philadelphia, 17 June 1811.

"Huntress" Thomas Ronson, Master, from Dublin to New York, arrived 24 June, 1811.

"Shamrock" McKeon, Master, from Dublin to New York, 6 July, 1811.

"Belisarius" from Dublin to New York, 6 July, 1811.

"Fame" Captain William Pollock, arrived at Philadelphia from Derry, 31 August, 1811, in 63 days.

"Akin Alexander" from Londonderry to New York, 14th. September, 1811.

"Maria Duplex" from Belfast to New York, 21 September, 1811.

"Protection" to New York, 28 September, 1811.

"White Oak" from Dublin to New York, 5 October, 1811.

"Harmony" Captain Hobkirk, Master, from Londonderry, arrived at Philadelphia, 31 October, 1811, in 70 days.

"Erin" from Dublin to New York, 16 November, 1811.

"West Point" T. Holden Master, from Londonderry to New York, 23 November, 1811.

"Hibernia" Graham Master, from Belfast to New York, 30 November, 1811.

"Abolus" from Newry to New York, 14 December, 1811.

"Alexander" Captain Fanning, Master, from Londonderry to New York, 21 December, 1811.

"Mariner" from Londonderry, arrived at New-London, 21 December, 1811, in 48 days.

The Ships List has transcriptions of The Robinson Settlers from Cork to Canada in 1823 and 1825.

"Toronto" from London to New York, 31 July, 1845.

"Warsaw" from Glasgow to New York, 1 August, 1845.

"Stephen Whitney" from Liverpool to New York, 1 August, 1845.

"Clyde" from Liverpool to New York, 2 August, 1845.

"St. George" from Liverpool to New York, 14 September, 1845.

"Ohio" from Liverpool to New York, 29 September, 1845.

"Sharon" from Liverpool to New York, 4 October, 1845.

"New York" from Liverpool to New York, 3 November, 1845.

"St. Patrick" from Liverpool to New York, 3 December, 1845.

"Stephen Whitney" from Liverpool to New York, 6 April, 1846.

"Junius" from Liverpool to New York, 1 May 1846.

"Perseverance" from Dublin, Ireland arrived at New York 18th. May 1846.

"Clarence" from Galway, destination unknown, 19th. May 1846.

"Alhambra" from Dublin to New York, 1 June, 1846.

"Milicete" from Liverpool to New York, 13 July, 1846.

"St. George" from Liverpool to New York, 3 August, 1846.

"Saracen" from Glasgow to New York, 1 September, 1846.

"Panama" from Liverpool to New York, 12 October, 1846.

"John R. Skiddy" from Liverpool to New York, 4 November, 1846.

"Westminster" from Liverpool to New York, 4 December, 1846.

"American" from Liverpool to New York, 4 December, 1846.

"Ashburton" Master William Howland, sailed from Liverpool on 22nd. January 1847 and arrived New York on 26th. February 1847. (Courtesy of Bob O'Connor)

"Sardinia" from Liverpool to New York, 6 February, 1847.

"St. George" from Liverpool to New York, 8 April, 1847.

"Free Trader" from Cork to New York, 25 June, 1847.

"Emma Prescott" from Galway to New York, 10 August, 1847.

"Roscius" from County Roscommon to New York via Liverpool, 19 September, 1847.

"Metoka" from County Roscommon to New York via Liverpool, 26 September, 1847.

"Creole" from County Roscommon to New York via Liverpool, 18 October, 1847.

"Yorkshire" from Liverpool to New York, 27 October, 1847.

"Lancashire" from Liverpool to New York, 13 December, 1847.

"Sarah Sands" from Liverpool to New York, 10 February, 1848.

"Channing" from County Roscommon to New York via Liverpool, 13 March,1848.

"Sir Robert Peel" from Liverpool to New York, 30 March, 1848.

"Anglo American" A.H. Brown, Captain - partial list for passengers from Liverpool to Boston, arriving 3 April, 1848. This USGenWEb page also includes partials for the "Vixen", 20 September, 1849.

"Progress" County Roscommon to New York via Liverpool, 25 April, 1848.

"Constitution" from Belfast to New York, 8 May, 1848.

"Sea Bird" Galway to Quebec, 15 June 1848.

"Agenora" from Liverpool to New York, 10 July, 1848.

"Nicholas Biddle" from Liverpool to New York, 7 September, 1848.

"Intrinsic" from Liverpool to New York, 6 November, 1848.

"Glenmore" from Belfast to New York, 29 January, 1849.

"Cushla Machree" from Galway to New York, departed 1st. March 1849, with a crossing of 27 days.

"West Point" from Liverpool to New York, 6 March 1849.

"Emma Pearl" from Belfast to New York, 4 May 1849.

"Caractacus" from Galway to New York, 4 May, 1849.

"James" from Newry to New York, 10 May, 1849.

"John Bell" departed New Ross on 31st. March and arrived Boston 14th. May 1849.

"Ann Harley" from Glasgow to New York, 29 May, 1849.

"W.H. Harbeck" from Liverpool to New York, 3 July, 1849.

"Northumberland" from Galway to Quebec, 17 August, 1849.

"St. Patrick" from Liverpool to New York, 3 September, 1849.

"Swan" from Cork to New York, 4 September, 1849.

"Columbus" from Cork via Liverpool to New York, 7 September, 1849.

"Maria" from Belfast to New York, 5 November, 1849.

"New World" from Liverpool to New York, 15 January, 1850.

"Bryan Abbs" from Limerick to New York, 7 March, 1850.

"Marchioness of Bute" from Newry to New York, 15 May 1850.

"Infantry" from Liverpool to New York, 29 July 1850.

"Adam Carr" from Glasgow to New York, 2 September, 1850.

"Isaac Wright" from Liverpool to New York, 1 November, 1850.

"Colonist" (also known as the "Colonial") from Liverpool to New York, 23 January, 1851.

"William" from Westport to New York, 30 April, 1851.

"Victoria" from Limerick to New York, 23 August, 1851.

"Nathaniel G. Weeks" from London to New York, 1 November 1851.

"Roderick Dhu" from Liverpool to New York, 4 January, 1852.

"Odessa" from Dublin to New York, 2 April 1852.

"Rajah" from Liverpool and Tralee to New York,2 September, 1852.

"Marchioness of Clydesdale" from Glasgow (passengers embarked at Greenock) to New York, 6 December, 1852.

"Columbia" from Liverpool to New York, 3 March, 1853.

"Princeton" from Liverpool to New York, 18 July, 1853.

"Telegraph" from Liverpool and Tralee to New York, 25 October, 1853.

"Herman Roosen" from Dublin to New York, 23 January, 1854.

"Star of the West" from Liverpool to New York, 3 April, 1854.

"William Tapscott" from Liverpool to New York, 14 August, 1854.

"Webster" from Liverpool to New York, 20 November, 1854.

"New World" from Liverpool to New York, 19 March, 1855.

"Katherine" from Belfast to New York, 1 June, 1855.

"Webster" from Liverpool to New York 3 September 1855.

"Isaac Webb" from Liverpool, arrived New York 14th. July 1870.

"SS Lucania" - partial passenger list for voyage from Ireland to New York in 1898.

"Germanic" - partial passenger list for voyage from Queenstown, Ireland to New York in 1903.

"Haverford" H.M. Rhoads, Master, from Liverpool to Philadelphia, departed 30th. March and arrived on 13th. April 1921.



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