Transcribed by Christine Gorman
Note: This transcription includes the full information given in the papers on these passengers. No other details are available, and there are no known formal passenger records. If looking for more, U.S. Emigration records might provide further information.
Passengers on Boston Passages, 1859
The Examiner: Sept. 12, 1859:
Passengers from Charlottetown to Boston, from the Boston Advertiser, August 19, 1859:
Mrs. Wolfenden, Edith Wolfenden, Clara Wolfenden, Emeline Wolfenden, Arthur Wolfenden, Mrs. W. H. Langley, Mrs. H. J. Carter, Elizabeth Radcliffe Scott, Jane Scott, Mrs. J. McDonald, Elizabeth Kelly, Sarah Roach, M. L. Roach, Florence Roach, John Henry Carter, George Washington Carter, John James McDonald, Hannah Kinder, John McDonald, Edward O'Bryan, John McDonald, W. H. Batt, Henry Hix, Rev. R. T. Roach.
The Examiner: September 5, 1859:
Schooner Archangel, Bushie, Master, from Boston to Halifax, lost on Sober Island near Sheet Harbour. Three passengers going to Charlottetown were saved: Messrs. Benjamin Pettegrew, William Gillen and Mrs. Brown.
The Examiner: December 19, 1859:
Brigt Petrel from Boston to Georgetown, Dec. 14: Hon E. Whelan and Mr. Charles slate.