Emigration Records From England and Scotland
Miscellaneous records on emigration from England and Scotland to Canada located in the Public Archives of Canada.
Ottawa, Ont. : Microfilmed by [the] Central Microfilm Unit, Public Archives of Canada, [196-?].
1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.
Microfilm of records (transcripts and copies of originals) in possession of the Public Archives of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario.
The treasury register extracts were copied by J.A. Koch in 1948. The extracts are entries that pertain to those who emigrated from England to Canada, particularly to Nova Scotia, Quebec, and Prince Edward Island (St. John's Island) with a few entries for Newfoundland.
Contents: Treasury registers, weekly emigration returns, 1773-1774, extracts (Treasury 47, v. 9. MG 12, D 15) -- Treasury registers, weekly emigration returns, 1774-1775, extracts (Treasury 47. v. 10, MG 12, D 15) -- Treasury registers, emigration returns, Scotland to America, 1774-1775, extracts (Treasury 47, v. 12, MG 12, D 15) -- A return of Loyalists under the command of Capt. Alex. Leslie, Jr. bound to Halifax ... 13th Jan. 1784 (Colonial Office Records, Nova Scotia "A," v. 104, MG 11) -- List of the crew and passengers on board the ship Clarendon ... bound to Charlotte Town in the Island of St. John's ..., 1808 (C.O. 226, v. 23, MG 11) -- Port Greenock, an account of passengers going on board the Commerce ... 15th Dec. 1773 [to Quebec] (Settlers, "C" Series, v. 625 RG 8).
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