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Arrival Date M/D/Y

Ship

From

To

Details

05/10/1821

Margaret (Peggy)

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

21 Passengers including John and Jean (McClure) Cameron who settled in Lower Montague. (P & P of P.E.I. Pg. 338) - also - PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "10 May, 1821 - "Margaret" of 310 tons Capt. H. Reavely, from Plymouth" [GC]

05/12/1821

Caldicott Castle

Newcastle, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "12 May, 1821 - "Caldicott Castle" of 208 tons Capt. Patk. Hart from Newcastle with 16 passengers & baggage" [GC]

05/12/1821

Caldicott Castle

P.E.I.

Falmouth, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "12 May, 1821 - "Caldicott Castle" of 268 tons, Capt. Patk. Hart, for Falmouth for orders" [GC]

05/14/1821

Diana

Dumphries, Scotland

P.E.I.

PEI Gazette Thurs., 24 May, 1821: "Entered - May 14 brig Diana, Capt. Martin, from Dumfries" - 53 passengers - also - PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "14 May, 1821 - "Diana" of 226 tons Capt. Martin, from Dumfries" [GC]

05/16/1821

Bardon/Burden

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PEI Gazette Thurs., 24 May, 1821: "May 16 brig "Bardon" Capt. Richardson from London in ballast" - also - PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "16 May, 1821 - "Burden" of 381 tons Capt. Geo. Richardson, from London" Sp. as in documents. [GC]

05/18/1821

Nautilus
Owned by the Pope Family

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

23 Passengers. (The Island Magazine, #40, "English Immigration to P.E.I.", Elliott, Pg. 9) - PEI Gazette Thurs., 24 May, 1821: Entered - "May 18 ship "Nautilus" Capt. Mitchell from Plymouth with goods - Passengers: In the Nautilus, Mr. Pope" - also - PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "18 May, 1821 - "Nautilus" of 289 tons Capt. A. Mitchell, from Plymouth" [GC]

05/18/1821

Sarah

Falmouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PEI Gazette Thurs., 24 May, 1821: "May 18 brig "Sarah" Capt. Frank from Falmouth in ballast - Passengers: In the Sarah, Mr. Seymour" [GC]

05/18/1821

Carron

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PEI Gazette Thurs., 24 May, 1821: "May 18 brig "Carron" Capt. Short from London with goods - Passengers: in the Carron, Mrs. Short and the Hon. Wm. Pleace" [GC]

05/19/1821

Sceptre

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PEI Gazette Thurs., 24 May, 1821: "May 19 brig "Sceptre" Capt. Pearson from London in ballast" - also - PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "19 May, 1821 - "Sceptre" of 189 tons Capt. C. Pearson, from London" [GC]

05/19/1821

Pitt

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PEI Gazette Thurs., 24 May, 1821: "May 19 ship "Pitt" Capt. Hamilton from Liverpool with goods - Passengers: In the Pitt, Mr. and Mrs. McKay, Mr. R. Brecken, and 9 steerage" - also - PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "19 May, 1821 - "Pitt" of 320 tons Capt. J. Hamilton, from Liverpool" [GC]

05/21/1821

Lord Exmouth

Fowey, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PEI Gazette Thurs., 24 May, 1821: "May 21 brig "Lord Exmouth" Capt. Barrett from Fowey in ballast - Passengers: In the Lord Exmouth, Mr. Francis Bullin" - also - PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "21 May, 1821 - "Lord Exmouth" of 204 tons Capt. S. Barret, from Fowey" [GC]

05/21/1821

George

Whitby, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PEI Gazette Thurs., 24 May, 1821: "May 21 brig "George" Capt. Cousitt from Whitby in ballast" - also - PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "21 May, 1821 - "George" of 366 tons Capt. R. Cossitt, from Whitby" [GC]

05/24/1821

Fame

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PEI Gazette Thurs., 24 May, 1821: "Arrived this morning, brig Fame, from London, goods." - also - PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "25 May, 1821 - "Fame" of 247 tons Capt. Jas. Robinson, from London" [GC]

05/28/1821

Commerce

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "28 May, 1821 - "Commerce" of 372 tons Capt. W. Chantler, from Bristol" [GC]

05/28/1821

Mary

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "28 May, 1821 - "Mary" of 374 tons Capt. H. Elsdon, from Bristol" [GC]

05/28/1821

Speculation

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "28 May, 1821 - "Speculation" of 155 tons Capt. Thos. Richards, from Plymouth with 6 passengers" [GC]

06/06/1821

Lavinia

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "06 June, 1821 - "Lavinia" of 89 tons Capt. L. Grossard, from Liverpool" [GC]

06/12/1821

Mary Ann

Cork, Ireland.

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "12 June, 1821 - "Mary Ann" of 155 tons, Capt. J. Mitchell from Cork" [GC]

06/12/1821

Lord Exmouth

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "12 June, 1821 - "Lord Exmouth" of 204 tons, Capt. S. Barrett, for Plymouth" [GC]

06/18/1821

Hope

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "18 June, 1821 - "Hope" of 90 tons, Capt. C. Bland from London" [GC]

06/18/1821

Bacchus

Bideford, England.

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "18 June, 1821 - "Bacchus" of 233 tons, Capt. W. Bonenfant, from Bideford" [GC]

06/18/1821

Sceptre

P.E.I.

Newcastle, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "18 June, 1821 - "Sceptre" of 189 tons, Capt. C. Pearson, for Newcastle" [GC]

06/18/1821

Hope

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "18 June, 1821 - "Hope" of 190 tons, Capt. C. Bland, for Plymouth" [GC]

06/21/1821 [sic?]

Hope

Whitehaven, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: 21 June, 1821 [sic?] - "Hope" of 168 tons Capt. Geo. Simpson from Whitehaven with 45 passengers bound to Quebec & 16 for this port" [GC]

06/22/1821

Nautilus

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "22 June, 1821 - "Nautilus" of 289 tons, Capt. N. Mitchell, for Plymouth" [GC]

06/23/1821

Mary

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "23 June, 1821 - "Mary" of 374 tons, Capt. H. Elsdon, for Bristol" [GC]

06/23/1821

Carron

P.E.I.

Cork, Ireland

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outwards: "23 June, 1821 - "Carron" of 228 tons Capt. R. Short for Cork" [GC]

06/26/1821

George

P.E.I.

London, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "26 June, 1821 - "George" of 366 tons, Capt. R. Corsitt, for London" [GC]

06/27/1821

Burdon?

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "27 June, 1821 - "Burdon"? of 381 tons, Capt. Geo. Richardson, for Bristol" [GC]

06/28/1821

Betsey

P.E.I.

London, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "28 June, 1821 - "Betsey" of 267 tons, Capt. Wm. Hunter, from London" [GC]

06/30/1821

Margaret

P.E.I.

Falmouth, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "30 June, 1821 - "Margaret" of 310 tons, Capt. H. Reavely, to Falmouth for orders" [GC]

07/03/1821

Fame

P.E.I.

Falmouth, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "03 July, 1821 - "Fame" of 247 tons, Capt. James Robinson, to Falmouth for orders" [GC]

07/03/1821

Severn

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "03 July, 1821 - "Severn" of 111 tons, Capt. W. Williams, from Liverpool" [GC]

07/03/1821

Wellington

P.E.I.

Hamburg, Germany

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "03 July, 1821 - "Wellington" of 224 tons, Capt. W. Armstrong, from Hamburg" [GC]

07/03/1821

Mercury

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "03 July, 1821 - "Mercury" of 100 tons, Capt. D. Thomas, from Bideford" [GC]

07/03/1821

Endeavour

Cork, Ireland

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "03 July, 1821 - "Endeavour" of 126 tons, Capt. S. Hughes, from Cork" [GC]

07/06/1821

Fenwick

P.E.I.

Sunderland, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "06 July, 1821 - "Fenwick" of 195 tons, Capt. M. Thompson, from Sunderland" [GC]

07/09/1821

Mars

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "06 July, 1821 - "09 July, 1821 - "Mars" of 341 tons, Capt. R. England, from Plymouth" [GC]

07/09/1821

Lavinia

P.E.I.

Barbadoes

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "09 July, 1821 - "Lavinia" of 89 tons, Capt. Lewis Grozzard, for Barbadoes" [GC]

07/09/1821

Bacchus

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "09 July, 1821 - "Bacchus" of 233 tons, Capt. Wm. Bonifant, for Bideford" [GC]

07/09/1821

Sarah

P.E.I.

Cork, Ireland

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "09 July, 1821 - "Sarah" of 302 tons, Capt. E.H. Frank, for Cork" [GC]

07/09/1821

Commerce

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "09 July, 1821 - "Commerce" of 372 tons, Capt. W. Chantler, for Bristol" [GC]

07/10/1821

Elizabeth

P.E.I.

Waterford, Ireland

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "10 July, 1821 - "Elizabeth" of 156 tons, Capt. Thos. Fisher, from Waterford" [GC]

07/10/1821

Hero

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "10 July, 1821 - "Hero" of 208 tons, Capt. Thos. Hair?, from Liverpool with 3 cases household furniture" [GC]

07/12/1821

Eliza

P.E.I.

Cardiff, Wales

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "12 July, 1821 - "Eliza" of 128 tons, Capt. R. Henley, for Cardiff" [GC]

07/13/1821

Hero

Poole, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "06 July, 1821 - "13 July, 1821 - "Hero" of 164 tons, Capt. J. Bevans, from Poole" [GC]

07/13/1821

Hero

P.E.I.

Poole, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "13 July, 1821 - "Hero" of 164 tons, Capt. James Bevans, for Poole" [GC]

07/14/1821

Rose

Whitehaven, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "14 July, 1821 - "Rose" of 134 tons Capt. John L? from Whitehaven with 10 passengers & baggage" [GC]

07/16/1821

Mally

P.E.I.

Cork, Ireland

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "16 July, 1821 - "Mally" of 163 tons, Capt. Jas. Johnstone, for Cork" [GC]

07/16/1821

Three Sisters

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "16 July, 1821 - "Three Sisters" of 260 tons, Capt. Wm. Armstrong, for Liverpool" [GC]

07/17/1821

Friendship

Whitehaven, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "17 July, 1821 - "Friendship" of 160 tons, Capt. J. Williamson, from Whitehaven, with 33 passengers & baggage" [GC]

07/17/1821

Sarah

Dublin, Ireland.

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "17 July, 1821 - "Sarah" of 131 tons, Capt. B. Saunderson, from Dublin" [GC]

07/25/1821

Mars

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "25 July, 1821 - "Mars" of 341 tons, Capt. R. England, for Bideford" [GC]

07/25/1821

Mercury

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "25 July, 1821 - "Mercury" of 100 tons, Capt. D. Thomas, for Bideford" [GC]

07/25/1821

Cherub

P.E.I.

Yarmouth, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "25 July, 1821 - "Cherub" of 59 tons, Capt. John Patch, for Yarmouth" [GC]

07/26/1821

Elizabeth

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "26 July, 1821 - "Elizabeth" of 156 tons, Capt. Thos. Fisher, for Bideford" [GC]

07/30/1821

Endeavour

P.E.I.

Cork, Ireland

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "30 July, 1821 - "Endeavour" of 126 tons, Capt. S. Hughes, for Cork" [GC]

08/02/1821

Fawcett

P.E.I.

Poole, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "02 Aug., 1821 - "Fawcett" of 180 tons, Capt. John Jackson, for Poole" [GC]

08/04/1821

Wellington

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "04 Aug., 1821 - "Wellington" of 224 tons, Capt. John Mondel, for Liverpool" [GC]

08/06/1821

Fenwick

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "06 Aug., 1821 - "Fenwick" of 195 tons, Capt. M. Thompson, for Bideford" [GC]

08/06/1821

Rose

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "06 Aug., 1821 - "Rose" of 134 tons, Capt. John Lee, for Liverpool" [GC]

08/06/1821

Betsey

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "06 Aug., 1821 - "Betsey" of 267 tons, Capt. W. Hunter, for Plymouth" [GC]

08/06/1821

Relief

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "06 Aug., 1821 - "Relief" of 251 tons, Capt. S. Dodd, for Liverpool" [GC]

08/09/1821

Sarah

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "09 Aug., 1821 - "Sarah" of 131 tons, Capt. B. Sanderson, for Liverpool" [GC]

08/18/1821

Friendship

P.E.I.

Cork, Ireland

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "18 Aug., 1821 - "Friendship" of 160 tons, Capt. J. Williamson, to Cork for orders" [GC]

08/25/1821

Severn

P.E.I.

St. Vincent, BWI

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "25 Aug., 1821 - "Severn" of 11 tons, Capt. W. Williams, for St. Vincent, BWI" [GC]

09/12/1821

Carron

Pembroke, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: 12 Sep., 1821 - "Carron" of 228 tons Capt. R. Short from Pembroke [GC]

09/12/1821

Thomas

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: 12 "12 Sep., 1821 - "Thomas" of 436 tons, Capt. John Garness, from London" [GC]

09/12/1821

Alert

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "12 Sep., 1821 - "Alert" of 112 tons, Capt. W. Williams, from Liverpool" [GC]

09/18/1821

Pallas

Tobermory, Scotland.

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "18 Sep., 1821 - "Pallas" of 178 tons, Capt. Wm. Moir, from Tobermory, with 24 passengers & baggage" [GC] - also - Dobson, David. Ships from Scotland to America, 1628-1828. Volume II. Baltimore, MD, USA: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2002: "Pallas, brig, 178 tons, master James Booth, from Tobermory to Prince Edward Island with 27 passengers, arrived 18 Sept 1821." [Brian Molyneaux]

09/31/1821

Nautilus

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "31 Sep., 1821 - "Nautilus" of 289 tons, Capt. A. Mitchell, from Plymouth, with 9 passengers & baggage" [GC]

10/01/1821

Elizabeth

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "01 Oct., 1821 - "Elizabeth" of 250 tons, Capt. Wm. Tickle, for Plymouth" [GC]

10/08/1821

Mary Ann

Whitehaven, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "08 Oct., 1821 - "Mary Ann" of 155 tons, Capt. J. Mitchell, from Whitehaven" [GC]

10/11/1821

Lavinia

Barbados

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "11 Oct., 1821 - "Lavinia" of 89 tons, Capt. Lewis Grossard, from Barbados" [GC]

10/12/1821

Despatch

Bermuda

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "12 Oct., 1821 - "Despatch" of 62 tons, Capt. Jos. Bascome, from Bermuda" [GC]

10/13/1821

Elizabeth

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "13 Oct., 1821 - "Elizabeth" of 156 tons, Capt. Wm. James, for Liverpool" [GC]

10/15/1821

Margaret

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "15 Oct., 1821 - "Margaret" of 310 tons, Capt. Henry Reavely, from Plymouth" [GC]

10/22/1821

Carron

P.E.I.

Cork, Ireland

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outwards: "22 Oct., 1821 - "Carron" of 228 tons Capt. Ralph Short for Cork" [GC] This is the Vessel Walter Johnstone, author of "A Series of Letters Descriptive of Prince Edward Island in the Gulf of St. Lawrence" left on, ref. "Journeys to the Island of St. John", D. C. Harvey, pg 85.

08/27/1821

Despatch

P.E.I.

Bermuda

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "27 Oct., 1821 - "Despatch" sloop of 62 tons, Capt. Joseph Bascome, for Bermuda" [GC]

10/28/1821

Eagle

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "28 Oct., 1821 - "Eagle" of 103 tons, Capt. John Coates, from Liverpool" [GC]

10/30/1821

Thomas

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "30 Oct., 1821 - "Thomas" of 434 tons, Capt. John Garness, for Liverpool" [GC]

11/03/1821

Three Sisters

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "03 Nov., 1821 - "Three Sisters" of 260 tons, from Liverpool" [GC]

11/05/1821

Mary Ann

P.E.I.

Bermuda

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "05 Nov., 1821 - "Mary Ann" of 74 tons, Capt. Saml. Eales, for Bermuda" [GC]

11/07/1821

Scotia

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "07 Nov., 1821 - "Scotia" of 241 tons, Capt. Wm. Robison, from Liverpool" [GC]

11/12/1821

British Union

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "12 Nov., 1821 - "British Union" schooner of 107 tons, Capt. Geo. Carr, for Plymouth" [GC]

11/12/1821

Flora

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "12 Nov., 1821 - "Flora" brig of 133 tons, Capt. Jas. Bowen, for Bideford" [GC]

11/12/1821

Lavinia

P.E.I.

Madeira, Spain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "12 Nov., 1821 - "Lavinia" of 89 tons, Capt. Lewis Grossard, for Madeira" [GC]

11/13/1821

Mary

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "13 Nov., 1821 - "Mary" of 374 tons, Capt. Henry Elsdon, from Bristol" [GC]

11/15/1821

Relief

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

Dpt. Liverpool, G. Britain, 10/10/1821, Capt. Dodd - 5 Passengers, incl. Dr. John Mackieson, and James M. Campbell, later of Bedeque. (P&P of P.E.I., Pg. 145.) - also - PEI Gazette Sat., 24 Nov., 1821, page 4 On Tuesday week arrived at Three Rivers the brig Relief, and on Thursday following in this town, Alexander Campbell, Esqr. of Bedeque, and Doctor Meckieson, from Liverpool, her cabin passengers; the latter gentleman who is a licentiate of the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, has taken up his residence with the purpose of practising his profession in Charlotte-Town and its environs. We understand Mr. Campbell, undertook the amiable duty of assuring himself of the respectability and professional qualifications of Dr.Meckieson, and of promising him every encouragement in his practice. [GC]

11/19/1821

Commerce

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "19 Nov., 1821 - "Commerce" of 372 tons, Capt. Wm. Chantler, from Bristol" [GC]

11/21/1821

Magdalen

Manchester, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "21 Nov., 1821 - "Magdalen" of 24 tons, Capt. Godfrey Cook, from Manchester?" [GC]

12/21/1821

Mary

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "10 Dec., 1821 - "Mary" of 374 tons, Capt. Henry Elsdon, for Bristol, for Bristol, with 6 passengers & baggage" [GC]

11/26/1821

Eagle

P.E.I.

Berbice, Guyana

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "26 Nov., 1821 - "Eagle" of 103 tons, Capt. John Coats, for Berbice" [GC]

12/07/1821

Scotia

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "07 Dec., 1821 - "Scotia" of 241 tons, Capt. Wm. Robison, for Liverpool, GB" [GC]

12/08/1821

Three Sisters

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "08 Dec., 1821 - "Three Sisters" of 260 tons, Capt. James Card, for Liverpool, GB" [GC]

12/10/1821

Mary

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "10 Dec., 1821 - "Mary" ship of 374 tons, Capt. Henry Elsdon, for Bristol, with 6 passengers & baggage" [GC]

12/11/1821

Commerce

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "11 Dec., 1821 - "Commerce" of 372 tons, Capt. Wm. Chantler, for Bristol, with 6 passengers & baggage" [GC]

12/11/1821

Caroline

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "11 Dec., 1821 - "Caroline" of 274 tons, Capt. John McAlpin, for Liverpool, GB" [GC]

12/14/1821

Relief

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "14 Dec., 1821 - "Relief" of 251 tons, Capt. Simon Dodd, for Liverpool, GB" [GC]

00/00/1821

Harmony

Barra, Scotland

Sydney, N.S.

Nat. Archives, R5846-O-X-E, Mary C. Brehaut, lists this vessel as having 350 settlers from Barra. No mention of disposition of passengers.

00/00/1821

Peggy

Scotland

P.E.I.

Nat. Archives, R5846-O-X-E, Mary C. Brehaut, lists this vessel. Possibly the same vessel mentioned as Margaret above. - also - Dobson, David. Ships from Scotland to America, 1628-1828. Volume II. Baltimore, MD, USA: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2002: "Peggy, from Scotland to Prince Edward Island with passengers 1821." [Brian Molyneaux]

00/00/1821

Tamarlin

 

Halifax, N.S.

Nat. Archives, R5846-O-X-E, Mary C. Brehaut, lists this vessel. No mention of disposition of passengers.

01/04/1822

Bideford

Plymouth, G. Britain

Heading to/from P.E.I.

"From "The Edinburgh Advertiser" (Edinburgh) - 1822 Jan 4 Plymouth, Dec. 27 ....The brig Bideford; a constant trader from this Port and Prince Edward's Island, is on shore near Penzance; providentially the whole of the crew were saved...." [Brian Molyneaux]

04/29/1822

Sceptre

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "29 April, 1822 - "Sceptre' of 189 tons, Capt. Chas. Fearson, from London" [GC]

05/03/1822

John

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: 03 May, 1822 - "John" of 317 tons Capt. Richard Wall from Bristol with 9 passengers & their baggage [GC]

05/07/1822

Carron

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "07 May, 1822 - "Carron" of 228 tons Capt. Ralph Short from London" [GC]

05/09/1822

Relief

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "09 May, 1822 - "Relief" of 251 tons, Capt. Simon Dodd, from Liverpool, GB,with 2 passengers & baggage" [GC]

05/04/1822

Mary

Anguilla and Halifax

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "14 May, 1822 - "Mary" of 121 tons, Capt. A. Huntington, from Anguilla & Halifax" [GC]

05/18/1822

John

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "18 May, 1822 - "John" of 317 tons, Capt. Richd. Wall, for Bristol" [GC]

05/22/1822

Margaret

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

22 Passengers.(The Island Magazine, #40, "English Immigration to P.E.I.", Elliott, Pg. 9) - also - PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "22 May, 1822 - "Margaret" of 310 tons, Capt. Henry Reavely, from Plymouth, GB" [RG9-GC]

05/28/1822

Diana

Dumfries, Scotland.

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "28 May, 1822 - "Diana" of 226 tons, Capt. Jno. Martin, from Dumfries, with 16 passengers & baggage" [GC]

05/29/1822

Tuscan

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "29 May, 1822 - "Tuscan" of 264 tons, Capt. Jno. Stevens, from London" [GC]

05/29/1822

Tuscan

P.E.I.

Falmouth, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "29 May, 1822 - "Tuscan" of 264 tons, Capt. Jno. Stevens, for Falmouth" [GC]

05/29/1822

Sceptre

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "29 April, 1822 - "Sceptre" of 189 tons, Capt. Chas. Pearson, from London" [GC]

05/30/1822

Nautilus

Bideford, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "30 May, 1822 - "Nautilus" of 289 tons, Capt. Nich. Mitchell, from Bideford" [GC]

05/31/1822

Elizabeth
Owned by the Pope Family

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

(The Island Magazine, #40, "English Immigration to P.E.I.", Elliott, Pg. 9) - also - PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "31 May, 1822 - "Elizabeth" Capt. Jno. Taggart, from Plymouth, with 19 passengers & baggage" [RG9-GC]

06/01/1822

Bacchus

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "01 June, 1822 - "Bacchus" of 233 tons, Capt. Bonenfant, from Liverpool" [GC]

06/03/1822

Caroline

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "03 June, 1822 - "Caroline" of 281 tons, Capt. Alexr. McDonald, from Liverpool" [GC]

06/03/1822

Sarah

Whitehaven, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "03 June, 1822 - "Sarah" of 153 tons, Capt. Robt. Wallace, from Whitehaven" [GC]

06/03/1822

Mary

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "03 June, 1822 - "Mary" of 374 tons, Capt. Henry Elsdon, from Bristol, with 31 passengers & baggage" [GC]

06/03/1822

John

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PEI Gazette 11 May, 1822: "Entered May 3d. brig "John", Wall, Bristol - Passenger Mr. Blatch." [GC]

06/07/1822

Carron

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PEI Gazette 11 May, 1822: "Entered May 7th, brig "Carron", Short, London - Passengers, Mrs. Short, Mr. J. Brecken, Sen., Mr. J. Brecken, Jun., Mr. Gates & son." [GC]

06/07/1822

Sceptre

P.E.I.

Peterhead, Leith, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "07 June, 1822 - "Sceptre" of 189 tons, Capt. Chas. Pearson, for Peterhead, Leith" [GC]

06/09/1822

Relief

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PEI Gazette 11 May, 1822: "Entered May 9th, snow "Relief", Dodd, Liverpool - Passenger Mr. James Reilly." [GC]

06/13/1822

Union

P.E.I.

Fallmouth, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "13 June, 1822 - "Union" of 116 tons, Capt. Richd. Hele, for Falmouth, GB" [GC]

06/14/1822

Carron

P.E.I.

Cork or Milford Haven, Ireland

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "14 June, 1822 - "Carron" of 228 tons, Capt. Ralph Short, for Cork or Milford Haven" - also - P.E.I. Gazette, 11 May 1822: "" [GC]

06/19/1822

Panmure

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "19 June, 1822 - "Panmure" of 214 tons, Capt. Jno. McAlpin, for Liverpool, GB" [GC]

06/20/1822

Eagle

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "20 June, 1822 - "Eagle" of 103 tons, Capt. Jno. Coats, from Bristol" [GC]

06/20/1822

San Domingo

Ross, Ireland.

P.E.I. then Nfld.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "20 June, 1822 - "San Domingo" of 140 tons, Capt. David Lewis, from Ross, Ireland, with 87 passengers & baggage" [RG9-GC]

06/21/1822

Bideford

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "21 June, 1822 - "Bideford" of 162 tons, Capt. Thos. Butters, from Plymouth" [GC]

06/26/1822

Alert

Bideford, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "26 June, 1822 - "Alert" of 112 tons, Capt. Wm. Williams, from Bideford" [GC]

06/29/1822

Eagle

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "29 June, 1822 - "Eagle" of 103 tons, Capt. John Coats, for Bristol" [GC]

07/05/1822

Bacchus

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "05 July, 1822 - "Bacchus" of 233 tons, Capt. Wm. Bonifant, for Liverpool, GB" [GC]

07/05/1822

Mary

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "05 July, 1822 - "Mary" of 374 tons, Capt. Hy. Elsdon, for Cork" [GC]

07/09/1822

Margaret

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "09 July, 1822 - "Margaret" of 310 tons, Capt. Henry Reavely, for Liverpool" [GC]

07/12/1822

John

P.E.I.

Falmouth, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "12 July, 1822 - "John" of 127 tons, Capt. Jno. Lowman, for Falmouth, GB." [GC]

07/13/1822

General Kempt

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "13 July, 1822 - "General Kempt" of 380 tons, Capt. Nich. Bourne, from Liverpool" [GC]

07/13/1822

Devonshire

Waterford, Ireland.

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "13 July, 1822 - "Devonshire" of 130 tons, Capt. Steph. Townsend, from Waterford, with 42 passengers & baggage" [GC]

07/15/1822

Bideford

P.E.I.

Falmouth, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "15 July, 1822 - "Bideford" brig of 162 tons, Capt. Thos. Butters, for Falmouth, GB" [GC]

07/18/1822

Nautilus

P.E.I.

Falmouth, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "18 July, 1822 - "Nautilus" of 289 tons, Capt. Nich. Mitchell, for Falmouth" [GC]

07/18/1822

Vitula

P.E.I.

St. Vincents

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "18 July, 1822 - "Vitula" of 57 tons, Capt. Jno. Hovington, for St. Vincents, West Indies" [GC]

07/20/1822

Alert

P.E.I.

Antigua

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "20 July, 1822 - "Alert" of 112 tons, Capt. J. Lewis Howes, for Antigua, West Indies" [GC]

07/25/1822

Speculation

P.E.I.

Falmouth, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "25 July, 1822 - "Speculation" of 75 tons, Capt. Elijah Clyma, for Falmouth" [GC]

07/27/1822

Union

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "27 July, 1822 - "Union" of 61 tons, Capt. Peter Kelly, for Plymouth, with 40 Indian baskets, 16 Indian boxes & 12 Indian canoes" [GC]

07/31/1822

Henry

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "31 July, 1822 - "Henry" of 192 tons, Capt. Adam Kendall, from London" [GC]

08/07/1822

Robin

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "07 Aug., 1822 - "Robin" of 51 tons, Capt. Willm. Sutherland, for Plymouth, GB" [GC]

08/16/1822

San Domingo

P.E.I.

New Ross, Ireland

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "16 Aug., 1822 - "San Domingo" of 140 tons, Capt. David Lewis, for New Ross, Ireland" [GC]

08/31/1822

John

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "31 Aug., 1822 - "John" of 317 tons, Capt. Richd. Wall, from Bristol, with 11 passengers & baggage" [GC]

09/02/1822

Jane Cameron

P.E.I.

Falmouth, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "02 Sep., 1822 - "Jane Cameron" of 83 tons, Capt. Thos. Saddler, for Falmouth" [GC]

09/14/1822

Lavinia

Bideford, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "14 Sep., 1822 - "Lavinia" of 89 tons, Capt. Lewis Grossard, from Bideford" [GC]

09/14/1822

John

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "14 Sep., 1822 - "John" of 17 tons, Capt. Richd. Wall, for Bristol" [GC]

09/16/1822

Mary Frances

Bermuda

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "16 Sep., 1822 - "Mary Frances" of 57 tons, Capt. S. Nelmes, from Bermuda" [GC]

09/28/1822

Henry

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "28 Sep., 1822 - "Henry" of 192 tons, Capt. A. Kendall, for Liverpool, with a leager? of oil picked up at sea" [GC]

09/30/1822

Relief

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "30 Sep., 1822 - "Relief" of 251 tons, Capt. Wm. Pierce, from Liverpool" [GC]

10/09/1822

Mercury

Exeter, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "09 Oct., 1822 - "Mercury" of 100 tons, Capt. D. Thomas, from Exeter" [GC]

10/12/1822

Royal Edward

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "12 Oct., 1822 - "Royal Edward" of 264 tons, Capt.Jno. Spencer, from Liverpool" [GC]

10/12/1822

Mary

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "12 Oct., 1822 - "Mary" of 374 tons, Capt. Hy. Elsdon, from Bristol, with 9 passengers" [GC]

10/12/1822

Panmure

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "12 Oct., 1822 - "Panmure" of 214 tons, Capt. Jno. McAlpin, from Liverpool" [GC]

10/14/1822

Commerce

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "14 Oct., 1822 - "Commerce" of 372 tons, Capt. John Tomas?, from Bristol" [GC]

10/15/1822

Despatch

Bermuda

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "15 Oct., 1822 - "Despatch" of 62 tons, Capt. Jos. I. Hoardon?, from Bermuda" [GC]

10/17/1822

Bacchus

Liverpool. G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "17 Oct., 1822 - "Bacchus" of 233 tons, Capt. Wm. Chappell, from Liverpool" [GC]

10/17/1822

Mary Frances

P.E.I.

Bermuda

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "17 Oct., 1822 - "Mary Frances" of 57 tons, Capt. Saml. Nelmes, for Bermuda" [GC]

10/18/1822

Mary Saunderson

P.E.I.

Montserrat

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "18 Oct., 1822 - 'Mary Sanderson" of 59 tons, Capt. F. Retham, for Montserrat" [GC]

10/18/1822

Mary

P.E.I.

Antigua

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "18 Oct., 1822 - "Mary" of 121 tons, Capt. A. Hardington, for Antigua" [GC]

10/19/1822

Alert

Antigua

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "19 Oct., 1822 - "Alert" of 112 tons, Capt. Lewis Howes, from Antigua" [GC]

10/22/1822

Vitula

St. Vincent's

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "22 Oct., 1822 - "Vitula" of 57 tons, Capt. Jno. Hovington, from St. Vincents" [GC]

10/28/1822

Bideford

Penzance, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "28 Oct., 1822 - "Bideford" of 162 tons, Capt. Thos. Butters, from Penzance" [GC]

10/31/1822

Speculation

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "31 Oct., 1822 - "Speculation" Capt. Thos. Richards, from Plymouth, GB" [GC]

11/06/1822

Panmure

P.E.I.

Cork, Ireland

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "06 Nov., 1822 - "Panmure" of 214 tons, Capt. J. McAlpin, to Cork for orders" [GC]

11/00/1822

Commerce

Muck, via Tobermory

Plaster Rock, N.B./P.E.I.

Another 1822 sailing? Nat. Archives, R5846-O-X-E, Mary C. Brehaut, lists this vessel. Document mentions many of this vessel's passengers moved to P.E.I..

11/08/1822

Commerce

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "08 Nov., 1822 - "Commerce" of 372 tons, Capt. J. Toms, for Bristol" [GC]

11/13/1822

Maria

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "13 Nov., 1822 - "Maria" of 201 tons, Capt. R. Hewitt, for Liverpool" [GC]

11/14/1822

Cora

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "14 Nov., 1822 - "Cora" of 116 tons, Capt. Wm. Bonifant, for Bideford" [GC]

11/14/1822

Bacchus

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "14 Nov., 1822 - "Bacchus" of 233 tons, Capt. W. Chappell, for Bideford, with 8 tons green codfish" [GC]

11/14/1822

Despatch

P.E.I.

Bermuda

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "14 Nov., 1822 - "Despatch" of 62 tons, Capt. J. Hodgson, for Bermuda" [GC]

11/16/1822

Swift

Barbados

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "16 Nov., 1822 - "Swift" of 62 tons, Capt. J. Young, from Barbados" [GC]

11/18/1822

Bideford

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "18 Nov., 1822 - "Bideford' brig of 162 tons, Capt. Thos. Butters, for Plymouth" [GC]

11/25/1822

Margaret

P.E.I.

Cork, Ireland

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "25 Nov., 1822 - "Margaret" of 230 tons, Capt. Wm. Chantler, to Cork for orders" [GC]

11/28/1822

Royal Edward

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "28 Nov., 1822 - "Royal Edward" ship of 264 tons, Capt. J. Spencer, for Liverpool" [GC]

12/07/1822

Mary

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "07 Dec., 1822 - "Mary" of 374 tons, Capt. H. Elsdon, for Bristol" [GC]

12/09/1822

Relief

P.E.I.

Cork, Ireland

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "09 Dec., 1822 - "Relief" of 251 tons, Capt. R. W. Pierce, to Cork for orders" [GC]

12/12/1822

Swift

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "12 Dec., 1822 - "Swift" of 62 tons, Capt. J. Young, for Bristol" [GC]

12/18/1822

Assistance

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "18 Dec., 1822 - "Assistance" of 314 tons, Capt. John William James, forLiverpool" [GC]

04/15/1823

Speculation

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "15 April, 1823 - "Speculation" of 155 tons, Capt. T. Richards, for Plymouth" [GC]

05/12/1823

John

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "12 May, 1823 - "John" Capt. R. Wall, from Liverpool, GB" [GC]

05/13/1823

British Tar

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "13 May, 1823 - "British Tar" of 266 tons, Capt. J. Clark from London" [GC]

05/14/1823

Eliza

Thurso, Scotland.

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "14 May, 1823 - "Eliza" of 204 tons, Capt. M Scott, from Thurso, with 8passengers & baggage" [GC]

05/17/1823

Carron

London, Great Britian

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "17 May, 1823 - "Carron" of 228 tons, Capt. H. Strachan, from London" [GC]

05/17/1823

Pembroke

Bermuda

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "17 May, 1823 - "Pembroke" of 47 tons, Capt. James Browel?, from Bermuda" [GC]

05/20/1823

Nautilus

Plymouth, Great Britian

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "20 May, 1823 - "Nautilus" of 289 ton, from Plymouth" [GC]

05/21/1823

Sceptre

London, Great Britian

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "21 May, 1823 - "Sceptre" of 189 tons, Capt. Chas. Pearson, from London" [GC]

05/22/1823

Celerity

Newcastle, Great Britian

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "22 May, 1823 - "Celerity" of 252 tons, Capt. Robt. Grant, from Newcastle" [GC]

05/23/1823

Brittania

London, Great Britian

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "23 May, 1823 - "Britannia" of 228 tons, Capt. Wm. Stewart, from London" [GC]

05/24/1823

Brittania

P.E.I.

Falmouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "24 May, 1823 - "Britannia" of 228 tons, Capt. Wm. Stewart, for Falmouth, GB" [GC]

05/26/1823

Mary

London, Great Britian

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "26 May, 1823 - "Mary" of 248 tons, Capt. G. Hardy, from London" [GC]

05/26/1823

Bideford

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "26 May, 1823 - "Bideford" of 162 tons, Capt. Thos. Butters, from Plymouth with 10 passengers & baggage" [GC]

06/03/1823

Mary Saunderson

Montserrat

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "03 June, 1823 - "Mary Saunderson" of 59 tons, Capt. F. R?, from Montserrat" [GC]

06/03/1823

Relief

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "03 June, 1823 - "Relief" of 251 tons, Capt. J.W. James, from Arichat, CB & Liverpool, GB" [GC]

05/05/1823

John

P.E.I.

Cork, Ireland

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "05 June, 1823 - "John" of 317 tons, Capt. R. Wall, to Cork for orders" [GC]

06/09/1823

Grand Turk

Bermuda

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "09 June, 1823 - "Grand Turk" of 138 tons, Capt. J.G. Frith, from Bermuda" [GC]

06/10/1823

British Tar

P.E.I.

London, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "10 June, 1823 - "British Tar" of 266 tons, Capt. John S. Clark, for London" [GC]

06/12/1823

General Elliot

Cork, Ireland.

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "12 June, 1823 - "General Elliot" of 399 tons, Capt. J. Frank, from Cork, with 113 passengers & baggage" [GC]

06/16/1823

Thistle

Carlisle, B.E.

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "16 June, 1823 - "Thistle" of 14 tons, Capt. N. Jolleta, from Carlisle, B.E., with one steam kettle" [GC]

06/17/1823

Sceptre

P.E.I.

Newcastle, Wales

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "17 June, 1823 - "Sceptre" of 189 tons, Capt. C. Pearson, for Newcastle" [GC]

06/18/1823

Eliza

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "18 June, 1823 - "Eliza" of 204 tons, Capt. Wm. Scott, for Liverpool" [GC]

06/20/1823

Mary

P.E.I.

Cork, Ireland

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "20 June, 1823 - "Mary" of 374 tons, Capt. H. Elsdon, to Cork, for orders" [GC]

06/21/1823

Carron

P.E.I.

Milford, Wales

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "21 June, 1823 - "Carron" of 228 tons, Capt.H. Strachan, to Milford for orders" [GC]

06/24/1823

Eclipse

P.E.I.

Dartmouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "24 June, 1823 - "Eclipse" of 136 tons, Capt. G. Carr, for Dartmouth" [GC]

06/25/1823

Celerity

P.E.I.

Cork, Ireland

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "25 June, 1823 - "Celerity" of 252 tons, Capt. Robert Grant, to Cork for orders" [GC]

06/27/1823

Bacchus

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "27 June, 1823 - "Bacchus" of 233 tons, Capt. Wm. Chappel, from Liverpool" [GC]

07/04/1823

Bideford

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "04 July, 1823 - "Bideford" of 160 tons, Capt. Thomas Butters, for Plymouth" [GC]

07/05/1823

Pembroke

P.E.I.

Bermuda

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "05 July, 1823 - "Pembroke" of 47 tons, Capt. James Brownlow, for Bermuda" [GC]

07/07/1823

Relief

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "07 July, 1823 - "Relief" of 251 tons, Capt. J.W. James, for Liverpool" [GC]

07/08/1823

Louisa

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "08 July, 1823 - "Louisa" of 165 tons, Capt. H. Lewis, from Liverpool" [GC]

07/14/1823

Bacchus

P.E.I.

Padstow, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "14 July, 1823 - "Bacchus" of 233 tons, Capt. Wm. Chappel, for Padstow" [GC]

07/16/1823

Provost

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "16 July, 1823 - "Provost" of 79 tons, Capt. R. Pearce, for Bristol" [GC]

07/17/1823

Mary

P.E.I.

London, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "17 July, 1823 - "Mary" of 248 tons, Capt. G. Hardy, for London" [GC]

07/18/1823

Sarah

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "18 July, 1823 - "Sarah" of 312 tons, Capt. A. Kendall, for Liverpool" [GC]

07/25/1823

Sampson

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "25 July, 1823 - "Sampson" of 171 tons, Capt. John Coats, from Bristol" - also - PEI Register Sat., 9 Aug., 1823, page 3 - "The Subscriber HAS in his possession a parcel, received by the Sampson from Bristol, to be delivered to Mr. S. Balston, who he supposes, resides on the Island. THOMAS OWEN [GC]

07/25/1823

Ann

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "25 July, 1823 - "Ann" of 90 tons, Capt. J. Mudge, from Plymouth" [GC]

07/30/1823

Louisa

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "30 July, 1823 - "Louisa" brig of 165 tons, Capt. Hugh Lewis, for Liverpool" [GC]

08/01/1823

Priscilla

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "01 Aug., 1823 - "Priscilla" ship of 380 tons, Capt. N. Mitchell, for Falmouth" [GC]

08/04/1823

Grand Turk

P.E.I.

Bermuda

PEI Register 9 Aug., 1823 - "Cleared 4 Aug., 1823, brigantine Grand Turk, Frith, for Bermuda, with lumber" - also - RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "04 Aug., 1823 - "Grand Turk" brigantine of 138 tons, Capt. J.G. Frith, for Bermuda" [GC]

08/11/1823

Amity

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "11 Aug., 1823 - "Amity" barque of 343 tons, Capt. John Johnston, for Bristol" [GC]

08/11/1823

Sampson

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "11 Aug., 1823 - "Sampson" snow of 171 tons, Capt. John Coats, for Bristol" [GC]

08/23/1823

Ann

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "23 Aug., 1823 - "Ann" brigantine of 90 tons, Capt. J. Fleming, for Plymouth" [GC]

08/00/1823

San Domingo

Queenstown Ireland

Wrecked East Point, P.E.I.

Dep. Queenstown Ire., June 01, 1823 - Bound for Mirimachi, but wrecked off East Point in Aug. 1823 The Examiner, 26 June 1913 has an Obit for Mrs. John Pierce (b. 1820, dau. of Moses Harris of Wexford, Ire.). Article says she was the last survivor. [GC]

09/13/1823

William

P.E.I.

Waterford, Ireland

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "13 Sep., 1823 - "William" schooner of 159 tons, Capt. Wm. Douse, for Waterford, with 1 cord hemlock bark" [GC]

09/22/1823

Gleaner

P.E.I.

Antigua

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "22 Sep., 1823 - "Gleaner" schooner of 50 tons, Capt. Thos. Osborn, for Antigua" [GC]

09/23/1823

Elizabeth

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "23 Sep., 1823 - "Elizabeth" of 156 tons, Capt. Thos. Fisher, from Liverpool" [GC]

09/24/1823

Eliza

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register, Sept 27 1823: "Passengers in the Eliza, Rev. Mr. Adin and daughters. Passengers in the late arrivals, Richard Yates, Esq., and Messrs. Way and Curtis." [CG] - also - RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "24 Sep., 1823 - "Eliza" of 204 tons, Capt. Wm. Scott, from Liverpool" - also - PAPEI RG 3 Series 5 Vol 11: "Petition to H of A from Wm Curtis, a prisoner in Ch'town Gaol, who arrived 23 Sep., 1823 with Wm Way to carry on business" [GC]

09/30/1823

Mary

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "30 Sep., 1823 - "Mary" of 374 tons, Capt. H. Elsdon, from Bristol" [GC]

10/01/1823

Eclipse

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

4 Passengers - RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "01 Oct., 1823 - "Eclipse" of 136 tons, Capt. G. Carr, from Plymouth, with 4 cwt blacksmiths tools" [GC]

10/03/1823

Speculation

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

17 Passengers - RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "03 Oct., 1823 - "Speculation" of 155 tons, Capt. T. Richards, from Plymouth" [GC]

10/06/1823

Mary

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "06 Oct., 1823 - "Mary" of 208 tons, Capt. J. Danson, from London" [GC]

10/08/1823

John

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "08 Oct., 1823 - "John" of 317 tons, Capt. R. Wall, from Bristol, with 2 cast iron boilers; a pair of smiths bellows" [GC]

10/11/1823

Bideford

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "11 Oct., 1823 - "Bideford" of 162 tons, Capt. Thos. Butters, from Plymouth" [GC]

10/18/1823

Relief

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "18 Oct., 1823 - "Relief" of 351 tons, Capt. J.W. James, from Liverpool" [GC]

10/18/1823

Pembroke

Bermuda

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "18 Oct., 1823 - "Pembroke" of 47 tons, Capt. J.P. Brownton, from Bermuda" [GC]

10/20/1823

Speculation

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "20 Oct., 1823 - "Speculation" brig of 155 tons, Capt. Thos. Richards, for Plymouth" [GC]

10/20/1823

Eclipse

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "20 Oct., 1823 - "Eclipse" brig of 136 tons, Capt. J. Salmond, for Plymouth" [GC]

10/22/1823

Royal Edward

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "22 Oct., 1823 - "Royal Edward" of 364 tons, Capt J. Spencer, from Liverpool" [GC]

10/22/1823

Carron

P.E.I.

Deal, G. Britain

P.E.I. Register, Sep 27 1823: "Passenger in the Carron for England, Col. Yonge." - also - RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "22 Oct., 1823 - "Carron" brig of 228 tons, Capt. H. Strachan, to Deal for orders"[CG]

10/24/1823

Mary Saunderson

P.E.I.

Montserrat

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "24 Oct., 1823 - "Mary Sanderson" schooner of 59 tons, Capt. G. Ormsby, for Montserrat" [GC]

10/25/1823

Elizabeth

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "25 Oct., 1823 - "Elizabeth" snow of 156 tons, Capt. T. Fisher, for Bideford" [GC]

10/30/1823

Mary

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "30 Oct., 1823 - "Mary" barque of 374 tons, Capt. H. Elsdon, for Bristol" [GC]

10/30/1823

Eliza

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "30 Oct., 1823 - "Eliza" of 204 tons, Capt. W. Scott, for Liverpool" [GC]

10/30/1823

Mary

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "30 Oct., 1823 - "Mary" brig of 208 tons, Capt. J. Davison, for Liverpool" [GC]

10/31/1823

Hannah

P.E.I.

Crookhaven, G. Britain

From "The Edinburgh Advertiser" (Edinburgh) - "1823 Oct 31 LONG ISLAND (near Crookhaven), Oct. 19.- The Hannah, of South Shields, from Prince Edward's Island, laden with timber, has been this day towed into this Channel by HM schooner Clinton, tender to the Admiral at Cork. The Hannah was fallen in with at noon yesterday, without any person on board, and no mast or bowsprit standing." [Brian Molyneaux]

11/01/1823

Bacchus

Padstow, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "01 Nov., 1823 - "Bacchus" of 233 tons, Capt. Wm. Chappell, from Padstow" [GC]

11/01/1823

Bacchus

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "01 Nov., 1823 - "Bacchus" snow of 233 tons, Capt. Wm. Chappell, for Bideford" [GC]

11/01/1823

Bideford

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "" [GC]

11/10/1823

Maria

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "01 Nov., 1823 - "Bideford" brig of 162 tons, Capt. Thos. Butters, for Plymouth" [GC]

11/15/1823

Amity

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "15 Nov., 1823 - "Amity" of 333 tons, Capt. J. Johnson, from Bristol" [GC]

11/15/1823

King David

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "15 Nov., 1823 - "King David" of 275 tons, Capt. J. Robinson, from Bristol" [GC]

11/21/1823

Royal Edward

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "21 Nov., 1823 - "Royal Edward" ship of 264 tons, Capt. J. Spencer, for Liverpool" [GC]

12/02/1823

Sampson

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "02 Dec., 1823 - "Sampson" of 171 tons, Capt. J. Coats, from Bristol" [GC]

12/03/1823

Pembroke

P.E.I.

Bermuda

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "03 Dec., 1823 - "Pembroke" schooner of 47 tons, Capt. J.P. Brownlow, for Bermuda" [GC]

12/05/1823

John

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "05 Dec., 1823 - "John" brig of 317 tons, Capt. R. Wall, for Bristol" [GC]

12/06/1823

Experiment

P.E.I.

Bermuda

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "06 Dec., 1823 - "Experiment" of 90 tons, Capt. Saml. Nelmes, for Bermuda, with 1 house frame" [GC]

12/12/1823

Ann & Mary

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "12 Dec., 1823 - "Ann & Mary" brig of 160 tons, Capt. John Young, for Bristol" [GC]

12/12/1823

John & Robert

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "12 Dec., 1823 - "John & Robert" brig of 241 tons, Capt. Richd. Pearse, for Bristol" [GC]

12/13/1823

Relief

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I. Register, Dec 20 1823: "Dec, 20, 1823; sailed Dec 13 to Liverpool, in barque Relief: Hon. T. H. Haviland, Alexander Campbell, Esq., Mrs. Jones, Mr. Welsford, Mr. T. Leeming and Capt. Lewis. [CG]"

12/13/1823

King David

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "13 Dec., 1823 - "King David" ship of 275 tons, Capt. J. Robinson, for Bristol" [GC]

12/13/1823

Amity

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "13 Dec., 1823 - "Amity" ship of 333 tons, Capt. J. Johnson, for Bristol" [GC]

12/13/1823

Jessy

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain but lost off St. Paul's Rock

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "13 Dec., 1823 - "Jessy" snow of 339 tons, Capt. J. McAlpin, for Liverpool" [GC] Lost at St. Paul's Rock - Edinburgh Advertiser, 16 July 1824, page 4: SHIPWRECK OF THE BRIG JESSIE, AND DREADFUL FATE OF THE CREW - It has never been our lot to record a more melancholy catastrophe than the loss of this vessel, on her homeward passage to Liverpool, from the river St. Lawrence. The intelligence was brought by the Mary, Ford, which arrived at Liverpool from Pictou on the 6th inst. The Jessie, a fine new vessel of 310 tons burden, commanded by Captain McAlpine, a gentleman distinquished by his general talents, and particularly for his skill as a seaman and a naval architect, sailed from Three Rivers, in Prince Edward's Island, on the 22d of December last, a period of the year somewhat later than usual for a European voyage. Nothing was known of the vessel and crew for several months, and it was so generally supposed that she would never again be heard of, that we understand a settlement was in contemplation of the underwriters with the parties interested. It chanced, however, that on the 10th of May last, the master of the mail-boat from Prince Edward's Island to Pictou, discovered part of the wreck of a vessel stranded on the Isle of St. Paul's, a barren rock about half a mile in circumferance, 200 miles from Cape Breton, and 300 to 400 from Three Rivers. It was soon discovered to be the remains of the Jessie, but no living creature was to be seen near her. On landing, the boatman found a weather-beaten temporary hut, and within it the awful spectacle of the passengers and crew of the Jessie, 22 in number, all dead. From the remnants of barrels, and other appearances, it was evident that on being wrecked on this dreary inhospitible spot, they had succeeded in erecting the hut with such materials as had been washed on shore from the wreck, and had saved some portion of the provisions; but that after the most dreadful suffering from cold, owing to inadequate shelter, and the want of food and fuel, they had perished under the united rigours of famine, and the storms of an almost polar winter. What their sufferings must have been or how long the stoutest amongst them were doomed to behold the palid bodies of their companions while the finger of death pressed upon their own, there is now no tongue to tell. There were amongst them, besides the lamented commander of the brig, Mr. Donald McKay, the owner of the vessel, and Mr. Forbes of Miramichi, a partner of Mr. Drinkwater, of Liverpool. The names of the other officers and crew of the brig we have not been able to ascertain. - On the intelligence of the catastrophe reaching Prince Edward's Island, a small vessel was dispatched to bring the bodies for interment at that place; but, owing to the change in atmosphere, they were found to be in such a state of decay, that it was nessasary to perform the last sad duties on humanity on the spot where they perished. [Brian Molyneaux]

12/13/1823

Relief

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

1824 Jan 2 (in section headed "FROM LLOYD'S LIST, December 30") BIDEFORD, Dec. 28.- The Bacchus, arrived here, sailed from Prince Edward's Island the 27th ult. and the same evening fell in with the Commerce, Stone, of and from Quebec, for Liverpool, water-logged; the Bacchus failed in the attempt to get her into port, but succeeded in saving twelve of the crew, but six hands remained on board when the vessel was driven on shore in a heavy gale of wind. [CG]

12/28/1823

Bacchus

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

PEI Register: "From "The Edinburgh Advertiser" (Edinburgh) - 1824 Jan 2 (in section headed "FROM LLOYD'S LIST, December 30") BIDEFORD, Dec. 28.- The Bacchus, arrived here, sailed from Prince Edward's Island the 27th ult. and the same evening fell in with the Commerce, Stone, of and from Quebec, for Liverpool, water-logged; the Bacchus failed in the attempt to get her into port, but succeeded in saving twelve of the crew, but six hands remained on board when the vessel was driven on shore in a heavy gale of wind." [CG]

01/16/1824

Margaret

Quebec

Greenock

From "The Edinburgh Advertiser" (Edinburgh) - 1824 Jan 16, Liverpool, Jan. 8 - The Margaret, Young, of Greenock, from Quebec for Liverpool, was driven on shore in Rolla Bay (Prince Edward's Island.) She was abandoned by the crew, and was to be sold. [Brian Molyneaux]

05/07/1824

Grand Turk

Bermuda

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register, May 18, 1824: "Arrived, May 7, brigantine Grand Turk, Capt. Frith from Bermuda: Mr. Gilbert, Mr.Bell and Capt. Butterworth and family." - also - RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "08 May, 1824 - "Grand Turk" of 138 tons, Capt. Frith, from Bermuda" [CG]

05/07/1824

Experiment

Turks Island

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "15 May, 1824 - "Experiment" of 90 tons, Capt. Nelmes, from Turks Island" [GC]

05/17/1824

Lady Douglas

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "17 May, 1824 - "Lady Douglas" of 238 tons, Capt. John Archer, from Liverpool" [GC]

05/18/1824

Medusa

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "18 May, 1824 - "Medusa" of 217 tons, Capt. J. Hutchinson, from London" [GC]

05/22/1824

King David

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

34 Passengers - PEI Register, May 29, 1824: "Passengers in the King David, Lemuel Cambridge, Esq., Captains Young and Pearce, Mr. Douse, and 30 workmen for shipbuilding." - also - RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "18 May, 1824 - "22 May, 1824 - "King David" of 276 tons, Capt. J. Robinson, from Bristol" [CG]

05/22/1824

Carron

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

44+ Passengers. - RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "22 May, 1824 - "Carron" of 228 tons, Capt. H. Strachan, from London" [GC] - also P.E.I. Register, May 22; 1824: "Stop the presses to announce arrival of Brig Carron, Capt. Strachan,44 days from London; Hon. Thomas Haviland, Miss Haviland and John Brecken, Esq." [CG]

05/26/1824

Amity

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

12 Passengers - PEI Register, May 29, 1824: "In the Amity, Mr. Lewellin and family, and 10 carpenters and sawyers." [CG] - also - RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "26 May, 1824 - "Amity" of 333 tons, Capt. J. Johnston, from Bristol" [GC]

05/26/1824

Gleaner

Turks Island

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "26 May, 1824 - "Gleaner" of 50 tons, Capt. T. Osburn, from Turks Island" [GC]

05/26/1824

Echo

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "26 May, 1824 - "Echo" of 357 tons, Capt. T. Richmond, from London" [GC]

05/28/1824

Relief

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

34 Passengers. - PEI Register, May 29, 1824: "The barque Relief arrived yesterday, 43 days from Liverpool - Passengers: Alexr. Campbell, Esq., Mr. Pollock, Mr. Joseph Higgins, Capt. James and wife, Mr. Martin, Mr. Cooksey, Captain Crowther and 26 workmen for shipbuilding." [CG] - also - RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "28 May, 1824 - "Relief" of 253 tons, Capt. J. Morison, from Liverpool" [GC]

05/29/1824

Leander (Shallop)

Halifax, N.S.

P.E.I.

PEI Register, May 29, 1824: "In the shallop Leander from Halifax, Mr. Dennis Reddin." [CG]

05/31/1824

Speculation

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "31 May, 1824 - "Speculation" of 155 tons, Capt. Browning, from Plymouth" GC]

05/31/1824

Bideford

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "31 May, 1824 - "Bideford" of 162 tons, Capt. Thos. Butters, from Plymouth, with 8 passengers" GC]

06/01/1824

Brittania

N. Shields, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "01 June, 1824 - "Britannia" of 234 tons, Capt. Wm. Stewart, from North Shields" GC]

06/01/1824

Brittania

P.E.I.

Shoreham, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "01 June, 1824 - "Britannia" of 237 tons, Capt. W. Stewart, for Shoreham" GC]

06/03/1824

Rover

Bideford, G. Britain

P.E.I.

21+ Passengers. - RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "03 June, 1824 - "Rover" of 92 tons, Capt. J. Bowen, from Bideford" [GC] - also - PEI Register: "June 5, 1824: Rover, 30 days, Bowen, from Bideford: T. B. Chanter, Esq. and 20 shipwrights." [CG]

06/04/1824

Feronia

Magdalen Islands

P.E.I.

21+ Passengers. - RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "04 June, 1824 - "Feronia" of 33 tons, Capt. Amm, from Magdalen" [GC]

06/10/1824

Lady Douglas

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "10 June, 1824 - "Lady Douglas" of 238 tons, Capt. Jno. Archer, for Liverpool" [GC]

06/12/1824

Ann

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "12 June, 1824 - "Ann" of 90 tons, Capt. N. Masey, from Plymouth" [GC]

06/12/1824

Speculation

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "12 June, 1824 - "Speculation" of 55 tons, Capt. Sl. Browning, for Plymouth" [GC]

06/15/1824

Rover

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: 15 June, 1824 - "Rover" of 92 tons, Capt. Jas. Bowen, for Bideford" [GC] - also - PEI Register, June 5, 1824: "Rover, 30 days, Bowen, from Bideford: T. B. Chanter, Esq. and 20 shipwrights." [CG]

06/24/1824

Despatch

P.E.I.

Falmouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "24 June, 1824 - "Despatch" of 127 tons, Capt. Richd. Casely, to Falmouth, for orders" [GC]

06/25/1824

Douglas

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register, June 26, 1824: "Passenger in the Brig Douglas, 28 days from Liverpool; Charles Warrell, Esq." - also - RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward, 25 June, 1824: ""Douglas" of 146 tons, Capt. S. Eales, from Liverpool " [CG]

06/25/1824

Medusa

P.E.I.

Cardiff, Wales

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "25 June, 1824 - "Medusa" of 217 tons, Capt.J. Hutchinson, for Cardiff" [GC]

06/25/1824

Grand Turk

P.E.I.

Bermuda

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "25 June, 1824 - "Grand Turk" of 138 tons, Capt. J.G. Frith, for Bermuda, with 2 passengers, 3 dozen baskets" [GC]

06/26/1824

Eddystone

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "26 June, 1824 - "Eddystone" of 244 tons, Capt. J. Dale, from London" [GC] - also - PEI Register: "Passengers in ship Eddystone from London, 35 days: Messrs. Samuel Hill, Theophilus Stewart, Mr and Mrs. Slade, Miss Slade and Mr. Johnston for Miramichi." [CG]

06/26/1824

Bideford

P.E.I.

Penzance, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "26 June, 1824 - "Bideford" of 162 tons, Capt. J. Cooke, for Penzance" [GC]

07/02/1824

Aurora

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "02 July, 1824 - "Aurora" of 66 tons, from Liverpool" [GC]

07/05/1824

Sowrby

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "05 July, 1824 - "Sowrby" of 276 tons, Capt. J. Sullivan, for Liverpool" [GC]

07/05/1824

Amity

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "05 July, 1824 - "Amity" of 333 tons, Capt. J. Johnson, for Plymouth" [GC]

07/06/1824

Liberty

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "06 July, 1824 - "Liberty" of 156 tons, Capt. J. Evans, from Plymouth" [GC]

07/08/1824

Argus

P.E.I.

Falmouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "08 July, 1824 - "Argus" of 221 tons, Capt. W. Samson, for Falmouth" [GC]

07/08/1824

Ruth

P.E.I.

Antigua

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "08 July, 1824 - "Ruth" of 40 tons, Capt. Hy. Godfrey, for Antigua" [GC]

07/10/1824

Ann

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "10 July, 1824 - "Ann" of 90 tons, Capt. N. Masey for Plymouth" [GC]

07/10/1824

Hero

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "10 July, 1824 - "Hero" of 404 tons, Capt. Joshua Williams, for Bideford" [GC]

07/12/1824

Aurora

P.E.I.

Whitehaven, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "12 July, 1824 - "Aurora" of 166 tons, Capt. Crosby White, for Whitehaven" [GC]

07/13/1824

Antaus

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "13 July, 1824 - "Antaus" of 281 tons, Capt. W. Ayres, from London" [GC]

07/15/1824

Experiment

P.E.I.

Bermuda

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "15 July, 1824 - "Experiment" of 90 tons, Capt. Sl. Nelmes, for Bermuda" [GC]

07/17/1824

Jane

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "17 July, 1824 - "Jane" of 274 tons, Capt. John Salmond, for Plymouth" [GC]

07/20/1824

Echo

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "20 July, 1824 - "Echo" of 357 tons, Capt. S. Richmond, for Liverpool, with 11 passengers & baggage" [GC]

07/24/1824

Relief

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "24 July, 1824 - "Relief" of 253 tons, Capt. Js. Morison, for Liverpool" [GC]

07/27/1824

Cora

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "27 July, 1824 - "Cora"? of 116 tons, Capt. W. Bonifant, for Bideford" [GC]

08/12/1824

Perseverance

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "12 Aug., 1824 - "Perseverance" of 236 tons, Capt. W. Crowther, for Liverpool" [GC]

08/13/1824

Industry

P.E.I.

Newcastle, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "13 Aug., 1824 - "Industry" of 321 tons, Capt. Hy. Watts, for Newcastle" [GC]

08/21/1824

Eddystone

P.E.I.

Falmouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "21 Aug., 1824 - "Eddystone" of 244 tons, Capt. J. Dale, for Falmouth" [GC]

08/23/1824

Gleaner

P.E.I.

Antigua

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "23 Aug., 1824 - "Gleaner" of 50 tons, Capt. Rd. Marsh, for Antigua" [GC]

09/02/1824

Grand Turk

Bermuda

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "02 Sep., 1824 - "Grand Turk" of 138 tons, Capt. G. Frith, from Bermuda" [GC]

09/07/1824

Alert

Bideford, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "07 Sep., 1824 - "Alert" of 112 tons, Capt. Jas. Barrett, from Bideford" [GC]

09/17/1824

Liberty

P.E.I.

Falmouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "17 Sep., 1824 - "Liberty" of 155 tons, Capt. John Evans, for Falmouth, GB with 8 passengers & baggage" [GC]

09/29/1824

Brisk

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "29 Sep., 1824 - "Brisk" of 155 tons, Capt. John Holliday, from Liverpool" [GC]

10/06/1824

St. George

Whitehaven, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "06 Oct., 1824 - "St. George" of 208 tons, Capt. Jno. Fearon, from Whitehaven" [GC]

10/07/1824

Experiment

Bermuda

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "07 Oct., 1824 - "Experiment" of 90 tons, Capt. Saml. Nelson, from Bermuda" [GC]

10/07/1824

Ann

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "07 Oct., 1824 - "Ann" of 90 tons, Capt. Nichs. Macey, from Plymouth" [GC]

10/07/1824

Speculation

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "07 Oct., 1824 - "Speculation" of 155 tons, Capt. John Gibson, from Plymouth" [GC]

10/07/1824

Amity

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "07 Oct., 1824 - "Amity" of 353 tons, Capt. Jno. Johnson, from Plymouth" [GC]

10/13/1824

Jane

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "13 Oct., 1824 - "Jane" of 274 tons, Capt. Jno. Salmon, from Plymouth, with 1 package unbound books" [GC]

10/14/1824

Unity

Dartmouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "14 Oct., 1824 - "Unity" of 89 tons, Capt. Jas. Ball, from Dartmouth" [GC]

10/19/1824

St. George

P.E.I.

Whitehaven, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "19 Oct., 1824 - "St. George" snow of 208 tons, Capt. John Fearon for Whitehaven" [GC]

10/21/1824

Jane Hatton

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "21 Oct., 1824 - "Jane Hatton" of 124 tons, Capt. Saml. Gale, from Liverpool" [GC]

10/21/1824

Bideford

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "21 Oct., 1824 - "Bideford" of 162 tons, Capt. John Coack?, from Plymouth" [GC]

10/21/1824

Brig John

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

Dpt. Bristol, G. Britain, 09/23/1822, Capt. Chantler - Brig John carried Lieutenant-Governor John Ready to P.E.I. (P & P of P.E.I., Pg. 61.) - also - RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "22 Oct., 1824 - "John" of 317 tons, Capt. Wm. Chantler, from Bristol, with passengers & baggage, 1 violoncello" [GC] - also - PEI Register, Oct, 23, 1824: "Passengers in the John from Bristol, Mrs. L. Cambridge and family, Mrs McDonald, Capt. Jon Steward, John Hurdis, Esq., Private Secretary, and a number in steerage." [CG]

10/21/1824

Anne

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "21 Oct., 1824 - "Anne" brig of 90 tons, Capt. Nichs. Masey, for Plymouth" [GC]

10/21/1824

Speculation

P.E.I.

Falmouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "21 Oct., 1824 - "Speculation" brig of 155 tons, Capt. Jno. Gibson, for Falmouth" [GC]

11/06/1824

Jane

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "06 Nov., 1824 - "Jane" barque of 274 tons, Capt. John Salmond, for Plymouth, with 420 boathook handles" [GC]

11/06/1824

Mary

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "12 Nov., 1824 - "Mary" ship of 374 tons, Capt. Henry Elsdon, for Bristol, with 6 passengers & baggage" [GC]

11/13/1824

Mary

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I. Register, Nov 13, 1824: "Sailed this morning on the ship Mary for Bristol, C. D. Smith, Esq, late Lieut. Govr of this Island and family." [CG]

11/17/1824

Sylph

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "17 Nov., 1824 - "Sylph" of 70 tons, Capt. John Brown, for Bristol" [GC]

11/17/1824

Tyro

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "17 Nov., 1824 - "Tyro" of 79 tons, Capt. John Robinson, for Bristol, with timber" [GC]

11/18/1824

Middleton

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "18 Nov., 1824 - "Middleton" of 352 tons, Capt. Zach. Garbutt, for Bristol" [GC]

11/18/1824

Two Brothers

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "18 Nov., 1824 - "Two Brothers" barque of 323 tons, Capt. Richd. Pearse, for Bristol" [GC]

11/18/1824

Bideford

P.E.I.

Swansea, Wales

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "18 Nov., 1824 - "Bideford" brig of 162 tons, Capt. John Cook, for Swansea" [GC]

11/23/1824

Experiment

P.E.I.

Bermuda

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "23 Nov., 1824 - "Experiment" brigentine of 90 tons, Capt. Saml. Nelmes, for Bermuda" [GC]

11/25/1824

Grand Turk

P.E.I.

Bermuda

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "25 Nov., 1824 - "Grand Turk" brigantine of 138 tons, Capt. Jno. G. Smith, for Bermuda" [GC]

11/27/1824

Pilot

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "27 Nov., 1824 - "Pilot" brig of 201 tons, Capt. Lewis Grossard, for Bideford" [GC]

12/01/1824

Amity

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "01 Dec., 1824 - "Amity" barque of 333 tons, Capt. John Johnson, for Bideford" [GC]

12/02/1824

Matilda

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "02 Dec., 1824 - "Matilda" snow of 282 tons, Capt. Jno. Sullivan for Liverpool" [GC]

12/08/1824

Brig John

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

PEI Register Sat., 11 Dec., 1824: "Brig "John" Capt. Chantler for Bristol with timber" - also - RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "08 Dec., 1824 - "John" brig of 317 tons, Capt. Wm. Chantler, for Bristol, with 2 passengers & baggage"[GC]

12/12/1824

Mary

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "12 Nov., 1824 - "Mary" of 374 tons, Capt. Henry Elsdon, for Bristol, with 6 passengers & baggage" [GC]

12/15/1824

Ewen

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "15 Dec., 1824 - "Ewen" brig of 276 tons, Capt. Robt. Morrison, for Liverpool" [GC]

12/15/1824

Providence

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "15 Dec., 1824 - "Providence" brig of 160 tons, Capt. Henry Stewart, for Plymouth" [GC]

12/16/1824

Eliza

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "16 Dec., 1824 - "Eliza" of 345 tons, Capt. John Thomas, for Bristol" [GC]

12/24/1824

Revenge

St. John's, Newfoundland

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register, Dec 24 1824: "Messrs. Sims' Schooner, 122 days from Nfld: passengers; Messrs. Joseph Higgins, John Robinson, Capt. C. Kelly, and 8 others." [CG] - also - PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "24 Dec, 1824 - "Revenge" of 51 tons Capt. James Young from St. John's "[GC]

00/00/1824

Dunlop

 

Sydney, N.S.

Nat. Archives, R5846-O-X-E, Mary C. Brehaut, lists this vessel. No mention of disposition of passengers.

01/10/1825

Jane & Henry

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "10 Jan., 1825 - "Jane & Henry" of 146 tons, Capt. Thos. Lamb, for Liverpool" [GC]

05/04/1825

Amity

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

11 Passengers for 3 Rivers. - also - RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "04 May, 1825 - "Amity" of 333 tons, Capt. John Johnson, from Bristol, with 11 passengers & baggage" [GC]

05/07/1825

John

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "07 May, 1825 - "John" of 317 tons, Capt. Richd. Raye, from Bristol, with one Fire Engine (camplate?)" [GC]

05/12/1825

Sovereign

Dartmouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "12 May, 1825 - "Sovereign" of 110 tons, from Dartmouth, England" [GC]

05/16/1825

Thompson

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "16 May, 1825 - "Thompson" of 210 tons, Capt. Joseph Thompson, from Liverpool" [GC]

05/16/1825

Carron

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "16 May, 1825 - "Carron" of 228 tons Capt. H. Strachan from London" - also - PEI Register, 20 May, 1825: "Passengers in the Carron, 35 days from London, Samuel Welsford, Esq. and Capt. Spencer." [GC] - also - PEI Register, May 20, 1825: "In the Carron, 35 days from London, Strachan: Samuel Welsford, Esq., Capt. Spence." [CG]

05/18/1825

Experiment

Turks Island

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "18 May, 1825 - "Experiment" of 90 tons, Capt. Saml. Nelmes, from Turks Islands, with 13 lb. sponge, conque shells" [GC]

05/19/1825

Idas

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

3 Passengers. - also - RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "19 May, 1825 - "Idas" of 243 tons, Capt. Ramsden, from Liverpool" [GC] - also - PEI Register, May 20, 1825: "On the Idas, Ramsden, 44 days from Liverpool, Angus Macdonald, Esq., Mrs. Macdonald, Lieut. Colin Macdonald." [GC]

05/21/1825

Perseverance

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "21 May, 1825 - "Perseverance" of 234 tons, Capt. Jos. Armstrong, from Liverpool" [GC] - also - PEI Register, Arrived May 31, 1825: "Perseverance, Armstrong; Mr.and Mrs. Theo Desbrisay and Mr. D. Mckay" [CG]

06/01/1825

Argus

P.E.I.

Padstow, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "01 June, 1825 - "Argus" of 329 tons, Capt. John Forster, for Padstow" - also - PEI Register 3 June, 1825 - "Cleared 1 June, barque "Argus", Capt. Forster, for Padstow, with timber, passengers: Messrs. C. Wright, C.W. Townshend, Wm. Pope and Christopher Cross." [GC]

06/09/1825

Amity

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "09 June, 1825 - "Amity" of 333 tons, Capt. John Johnson, for Bristol, with 6 passengers" - also - PEI Register 10 June, 1825 - "Cleared 9 June, barque "Amity", Capt. Johnson, for Bristol, with timber, passengers: Mrs. McLeod, Miss Haviland, & Mr. Hugh Macdonald of Three Rivers." [GC]

06/10/1825

Robert

P.E.I.

Bermuda

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "10 June, 1825 - "Robert" of 60 tons, Capt. J.F. Nelmes, for Bermuda, with 4 sets quill boxes, 7 baskets" [GC]

06/15/1825

Sovereign

P.E.I.

Dartmouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "15 June, 1825 - "Sovereign" of 110 tons, Capt. Richd. Casely, for Dartmouth, GB" [GC]

06/16/1825

Speculation

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "16 June, 1825 - "Speculation" of 155 tons, Capt. Richd. Codnor, from Plymouth, with 16 passengers & baggage" - also - PEI Register 17 June, 1825 - Entered 15 June, brig "Speculation" Capt. Codnor, from Plymouth, 52 days, with goods, passengers: Mr. Thomas Peake, Mr. Walker. [GC]

06/21/1825

Mary Saunderson

Montserrat & Antigua

Richmond Bay, P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "21 June, 1825 - "Mary Saunderson" of 59 tons, Capt. Wm. Barry, from Montserrat & Antigua" - also - PEI Register 24 June, 1825 - "Entered 21 June, "Mary Saunderson" Capt. Barry, from Antigua, with West India produce and dry goods, Passengers in the "Mary Saunderson" arrived at Richmond Bay from Antigua, Mr. & Mrs. Ormsby." [GC]

06/23/1825

Cornwallis

Whitehaven, N. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "23 June, 1825 - "Cornwallis" of 283 tons, Capt. Geo. Elliot, from Whitehaven" [GC]

06/23/1825

Cornwallis

P.E.I.

London, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "24 June, 1825 - "Cornwallis" of 283 tons, Capt. John Elliot, for London" [GC]

07/02/1825

Ellen

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "02 July, 1825 - "Ellen" of 109 tons, Capt. Lewis Grossard, for Bideford" [GC]

07/05/1825

Alert

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "05 July, 1825 - "Alert" of 112 tons, Capt. Jas. Barret, from Bristol, with 1 harp" [GC]

07/05/1825

Alert

P.E.I.

Padstow, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "02 July, 1825 - "Alert" of 112 tons, Capt. Jas. Barret, for Padstow" [GC]

07/13/1825

William

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "13 July, 1825 - "William" of 121 tons, Capt. Thos. Peake, for Plymouth" [GC]

07/14/1825

Alice James

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "14 July, 1825 - "Alice James" of 211 tons, Capt. Willm. James, for Liverpool" [GC]

07/15/1825

William & Thomas

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "22 Aug., 1825 - "William & Thomas" of 65 tons, Capt. John Redmore, from Plymouth" [GC]

07/16/1825

Speculation

P.E.I.

Padstow, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "16 July, 1825 - "Speculation" brig of 155 tons, Capt. Richd. Codnor, for Padstow" [GC]

07/20/1825

Concord

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "20 July, 1825 - "Concord" of 326 tons, Capt. Robt. Anderson, for Plymouth" [GC]

07/28/1825

Anne

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "28 July, 1825 - "Anne" of 179 tons, Capt. Chas. Kelly, for Liverpool & Pugwash, NS" [GC]

08/08/1825

Experiment

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "08 Aug., 1825 - "Experiment" brigantine of 90 tons, Capt. Saml. Nelmes, for Plymouth" [GC]

08/11/1825

Mary

P.E.I.

Falmouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "11 Aug., 1825 - "Mary" barque of 414 tons, Capt. Fredk. Henzell, for Falmouth" [GC]

08/22/1825

Violet

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "15 Aug., 1825 - "Violet" of 164 tons, Capt. Wm. Hunter, from Bristol" [GC]

08/22/1825

Louisa

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "22 Aug., 1825 - "Louisa" of 118 tons, Capt. J. Salmond, for Liverpool, GB" [GC]

08/26/1825

Zephyr

P.E.I.

Magdalene Isl.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "26 Aug., 1825 - "Zephyr" of 69 tons, Capt. Geo. Campbell, or Magdalene Islands" [GC]

08/30/1825

Mary

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "30 Aug., 1825 - "Mary" of 104 tons, Capt. Edwd. Perry, from Plymouth" [GC]

09/03/1825

William & Thomas

P.E.I.

Penzance, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "03 Sep., 1825 - "William & Thomas" of 65 tons, Capt. John Redmore, for Penzance" [GC]

09/03/1825

Charlotte

P.E.I.

Bermuda

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "03 Sep., 1825 - "Charlotte" of 30 tons, Capt. Alexr. McRae, for Bermuda, with passengers & baggage" [GC]

09/09/1825

Violet

P.E.I.

Cardiff, Wales

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "09 Sep., 1825 - "Violet" brig of 164 tons, Capt. Wm. Hunter, for Cardiff, with timber" [GC]

09/16/1825

Loyalist

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "16 Sep., 1825 - "Loyalist" of 311 tons, Capt. James Rames, from London" [GC] - also - PEI Register, Sept. 16, 1825: "Entered Charlottetown the ship Loyalist, Rames from London: Mr. Theo Stewart." [CG]

09/23/1825

Mary

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "23 Sep., 1825 - "Mary" brig of 104 tons, Capt. Edwd. Perry, for Plymouth" [GC]

09/23/1825

Hibernia

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "23 Sep., 1825 - "Hibernia" brigantine of 300 tons, Capt. Wm. Weymouth, for Liverpool, GB" [GC]

09/30/1825

Robert

Bermuda

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "01 Sep., 1825 - "Robert" of 60 tons, Capt. J.F. Nelmes, from Bermuda" [GC]

10/08/1825

Juno

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "08 Oct., 1825 - "Juno" of 115 tons, Capt. Evan Evans, from Dartmouth, GB" [GC]

10/11/1825

Loyalist

P.E.I.

London, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "11 Oct., 1825 - "Loyalist" of 311 tons, Capt. Jas. Rames, for London" [GC]

10/17/1825

Jane

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "17 Oct., 1825 - "Jane" of 178 tons, Capt. Joseph Russell, for Liverpool" [GC]

10/19/1825

Perseverance

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "19 Oct., 1825 - "Perseverance" of 224 tons, Capt. Josh. Armstrong, from Liverpool, GB" [GC]

10/21/1825

Gleaner

P.E.I.

Antigua

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "21 Oct., 1825 - "Gleaner" of 50 tons, Capt. J. Perryman, for Antigua" [GC]

10/24/1825

Prince of Orange

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "24 Oct., 1825 - "Prince of Orange" of 256 tons, Capt. Wm. Wood, from London" [GC]

10/25/1825

Prince of Orange

P.E.I.

Ipswich, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "25 Oct., 1825 - "Prince of Orange" ship of 256 tons, Capt. Wm. Wood, for Ipswich" [GC]

10/26/1825

Restitution

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "26 Oct., 1825 - "Restitution" ship of 217 tons, Capt. Wm. Fox, for Plymouth" [GC]

10/27/1825

Amity

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "27 Oct., 1825 - "Amity" of 333 tons, Capt. John Johnson, from Bristol" [GC]

10/27/1825

Orelia

P.E.I.

London, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "27 Oct., 1825 - "Orelia" barque of 382 tons, Capt. J. Spencer, for London" [GC]

10/08/1825

Speculation

Padstow, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "08 Nov., 1825 - "Speculation" of 155 tons, Capt. Richd. Codnor, from Padstow, GB" [GC]

11/21/1825

Juno

P.E.I.

Newfoundland

P.E.I. Register, Nov 21 1825: "In the Schooner Juno, Evans, to Nfld: Mr. Hannibal Murch" [CG]

11/22/1825

Hayden

P.E.I.

London, G. Britain

P.E.I. Register, Nov 21 1825: "Ship Hayden, Dodd, London: Mr Kenneth McKenzie" - also - RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "22 Nov., 1825 - "Hayden" ship of 378 tons, Capt. Thos. Dodd, for London, with 690 ash billets" [CG]

11/25/1825

John Marsh

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "25 Nov., 1825 - "John Marsh" barque of 362 tons, Capt. Hy. Colbourn, for Liverpool" [GC]

11/26/1825

Speculation

P.E.I.

Neith, Wales

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "26 Nov., 1825 - "Speculation" brig of 155 tons, Capt. R. Codnor, for Neith, Wales" [GC]

11/29/1825

Ceres

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "29 Nov., 1825 - "Ceres" brigantine of 95 tons, Capt. Robt. Noble, for Bristol" [GC]

11/29/1825

Robert

P.E.I.

Bermuda

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "29 Nov., 1825 - "Robert" schooner of 60 tons, Capt. J.F. Nelmes, for Bermuda" [GC]

12/08/1825

Governor Ready

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "08 Dec., 1825 - "Governor Ready" ship of 513 tons, Capt. John Young, for Bristol" [GC]

12/08/1825

Zephyr

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "08 Dec., 1825 - "Zephyr" of 69 tons, Capt. Geo Hancock, for Bristol" [GC]

12/08/1825

Monica

P.E.I.

Kinsale, Ireland

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "08 Dec., 1825 - "Monica" brig of 146 tons, Capt. Thos. Lamb, for Kinsale, Ireland" [GC]

12/13/1825

Catherine McDonald

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "13 Dec., 1825 - "Catherine McDonald" brig of 302 tons, Capt. J. Sullivan, for Liverpool" [GC]

12/16/1825

Venture

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "16 Dec., 1825 - "Venture" brig of 289 tons, Capt. R. Casely, for Liverpool" [GC]

12/19/1825

Amity

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "19 Dec., 1825 - "Amity" barque of 333 tons, Capt. Edward Escott, for Bristol" [GC]

12/19/1825

Cambridge

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "19 Dec., 1825 - "Cambridge" ship of 536 tons, Capt. Wm. Chantler, for Bristol" [GC]

12/21/1825

Francis

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "21 Dec., 1825 - "Francis" brig of 199 tons, Capt. Thos. Jones, for Bristol" [GC]

12/21/1825

Unity

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "21 Dec., 1825 - "Unity" barque of 456 tons, Capt. J. Johnson, for Bristol" [GC] - also - PEI Register, Jan 3, 1826: " In the Unity for Bristol Mr. Stewart of Mount Stewart, Mr. Lewellin of Murray Harbor. (Both remained "windbound" in the harbor of Three Rivers...." [CG]

12/24/1825

Margaret

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "24 Dec., 1825 - "Margaret" of 369 tons, Capt. D. McIver, for Liverpool" [GC] - also - PEI Register, Jan 3, 1826: "Passengers in the Margaret for Liverpool, Messrs. E. Cameron, Wm. Hodges, and Samuel Braddock." [GC]

12/06/1825

Ship Sale

&

P.E.I.

From "The Edinburgh Advertiser" (Edinburgh) - "1825 Dec 6 PRINCE EDWARD'S ISLAND, Nov. 2 - The following vessels are advertised for Sale on the 9th inst. :- Protector, Robson, from Clyde to Miramichi; Lord Cathcart, McDougal, from Miramichi to the Clyde, and cargo; Hamlet, Christie, from Miramichi to the Clyde, and cargo; all stranded at the west point of the island. Elizabeth, Perriman, stranded on the bar of Richmond Bay. [Brian Molyneaux]

04/27/1826

Oak

Poole, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "27 April, 1826 - "Oak" of 158 tons, Capt. R. Woodward, from Poole" [GC]

05/09/1826

Thistle

P.E.I.

Baie Verte

P.E.I. Register, May 9 1826: "The Thistle, Warren, for Baie Verte. Passengers: the Rev, Messrs. Burt and Jackson, and their families." [CG]

05/17/1826

Mary

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "17 May, 1826 - "Mary" of 414 tons, Capt. Alexr. Findlay, from Plymouth" [GC]

05/17/1826

Carron

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "17 May, 1826 - "Carron" of 228 tons Capt. H. Strachan from London" [GC] - PEI Register, May 23, 1826: "On May 17, Sat. last, Carron from London: Roncevalles, stallion and Roulette, mare , imported by Lt. Governor Ready to improve horse breed.", "Also in the Carron, Miss Brecken, Messrs. Brecken, Dodd, C. D. Rankin, Capt. Blake." [CG]

05/19/1826

Amity

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "19 May, 1826 - "Amity" of 333 tons, Capt. Edwd. Escott, from Bristol" [GC] - PEI Register, May 23, 1826: "In the Amity, May 19, Messrs. Lewellin and Douse." [CG]

05/20/1826

Hannah

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "20 May, 1826 - "Hannah" of 238 tons, Capt. Wm. Scott, from Liverpool" [GC] - PEI Register, May 23, 1826: "In the Hannah, Liverpool, Ram and Ewe (Liecester Cross with long [-haired] Scotch) imported by Mr. Braddock of Nans Villa. May 20", "In the Hannah, Messrs. J. McGregor, Samuel Braddock, James Jackson, Miss Jackson and several in the steerage. May 20, 1826" [CG]

05/20/1826

Argus

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

3 passengers - PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "20 May, 1826 - "Argus" of 323 tons, Capt. John Foster, from Plymouth" [GC] - PEI Register, May 23, 1826: "In the Argus, Foster, Plymouth: Messrs. William Pope and Capt. Lash." [CG]

05/20/1826

Foster

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I. Register, May 23 1826: "In the Argus, Foster, to Plymouth, May 20, Messrs. William Pope and Capt Lash." [CG]

05/24/1826

Victory

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "24 May, 1826 - "Victory" Capt. Thos. Hay, for Liverpool, GB" [GC]

05/25/1826

Midas

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping outward: "25 May, 1826 - "Midas" of 169 tons, Capt. Thos. Jones, for Bristol" [GC]

05/29/1826

Robert

Bermuda.

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register, May 30, 1830: "In the Robert, 18 days from Bermuda; Mr and Mrs. Samuel Nelms and family, Mr. Joseph Nelms. (May 29)" - also - PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "29 May, 1826 - "Robert" of 60 tons, Capt. J.F. Nelmes, from Trinidad & Bermuda" [CG]

05/30/1826

Hannah

P.E.I.

Quebec

P.E.I. Register, May 30, 1830: "In the Hannah for Quebec; May 27, Mrs. Dalrymple, Lieut A. McDonald, Tracadie." [CG]

05/30/1826

Harmony

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "30 May, 1826 - "Harmony" of 256 tons, Capt. Robt. Smith, from Liverpool" [GC]

06/03/1826

Mary

P.E.I.

Magdalen Islands

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "03 June, 1826 - "Mary" of 26 tons, Capt. D. Campbell, for Magdalen Islands" [GC]

06/07/1826

Restitution

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register, Jun 13, 1830: "June 13, in the ship Restitution, (June 7) Fox, Plymouth, Mr. Billings." - also - PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "07 June, 1826 - "Restitution" of 317 tons, Capt. Wm. Fox, from Plymouth" [CG]

06/12/1826

Bellona

Bideford, G. Britain

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register, Jun 13, 1830: "In the brig Bellona, from Bideford, Mr. Thomas Burnard Chanter." - also - PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "12 June, 1826 - "Bellona" of 271 tons, Capt. Richd. England, from Bideford with 1 1/2 tons copper, 1 1/2 tons iron" [CG]

06/22/1826

Robert

P.E.I.

Antigua

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "22 June, 1826 - "Robert" of 60 tons, Capt. J.F. Nelmes, for Antigua" [GC]

06/26/1826

Catherine McDonald

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register, Jun 27, 1830: "June 27, 1826: in the Catherine MacDonald, Williams, Liverpool, June 20, Mr and Mrs. Hugh Macdonald." - also - PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "21 June, 1826 - "Catherine McDonald" brig of 302 tons, Capt. Jos. Williams, from Liverpool" [CG]

06/26/1826

Orestes

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "26 June, 1826 - "Orestes" of 339 tons, Capt. John Nicholson, from London" - also - PEI Register 27 June, 1826, page 3: "ARRIVALS - June 26 ship Orestes, Nicholson, London, ballast" [GC]

06/26/1826

HMS Rifleman

Unknown

P.E.I.

PEI Register 27 June, 1826, page 3:"The same morning [as the arrival of the Orestes, above] H.M.S. Rifleman touched the ground off Flat River, but got off without damage." [GC]

06/26/1826

William

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register, Jun 27, 1830: "In the brig William, Newell, from Liverpool, June 26: Ewen Cameron, Esq; Capt. Thomson (on his way to Pictou) Mr. Morrison and several in steerage." - also - PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "26 June, 1826 - "William" of 161 tons, Capt. Jas. Newell, from Liverpool" - also - PEI Register 27 June, 1826, page 3: SHIP NEWS - The brig William, James Newell, Master, which arrived here on Sunday, stuck on the White Sands, near Cape Bear on Saturday morning in a fog, but after throwing a quantity of salt overboard, and having some of her cargo taken out by lighters, floated off without having sustained any apparent damage." [CG]

06/28/1826

Orestes

P.E.I.

London, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "28 June, 1826 - "Orestes" of 339 tons, Capt. J. Nicholson, for London" - also - PEI Register Tues., 4 July, 1826, page 3: CLEARED - "June 28 ship Orestes, Nicholson, London, timber" [GC]

06/26/1826

HMS Rifleman

P.E.I.

Unknown

PEI Register Tues., 4 July, 1826:"Sailed on Wednesday H.M.S. Rifleman, Capt. Webb, on a cruise." [GC]

06/28/1826

Devonport

P.E.I.

Ramsheg, N. Scotland

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "28 June, 1826 - "Devonport" of 59 tons, Capt. Wm. Sutherland, for Remsheg, NS" [GC]

07/06/1826

Alert

P.E.I.

Padstow, G. Britain

PEI Register 8 July, 1825 - "Cleared 5 July, brig "Alert" Capt. Barret, for Padstow, with timber." [GC]

07/06/1826

Speculation

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "06 July, 1826 - "Speculation" of 156 tons, Capt. Christr. May, from Plymouth" - also - PEI Register 8 July, 1825 - "Entered 5 July, brig "Alert" Capt. Barret, from Bristol, with salt, drygoods." [GC]

07/12/1826

Superb

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "12 July, 1826 - "Superb" Capt. Joshua W?, for Bideford" [GC]

07/13/1826

Restitution

P.E.I.

Fowley, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "13 July, 1826 - "Restitution" of 317 tons, Capt. Richd. Codnor, for Fowey" [GC]

07/13/1826

Speculation

P.E.I.

Bridgeport, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "13 July, 1826 - "Speculation" of 156 tons, Capt. Christr. May, for Bridport" [GC]

07/13/1826

Albion

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "13 July, 1826 - "Albion" of 220 tons, Capt. John Robinson, from Bristol" [GC]

07/25/1826

Gleaner

Montserrat

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "25 July, 1826 - "Gleaner" of 50 tons, Capt. J. Perryman, from Montserrat" [GC]

08/01/1826

John Thomas

P.E.I.

Cork, Ireland

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "01 Aug., 1826 - "John Thomas" of 291 tons, Capt. Wm. Davis, for Cork" [GC]

08/02/1826

Albion

P.E.I.

Cardiff, Wales

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "02 Aug., 1826 - "Albion" of 220 tons, Capt. J. Robinson, for Cardiff" [GC]

08/05/1826

Elizabeth

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register, Aug 08, 1830: "On August 5, barque Elizabeth, Blake, London: Mr. Christopher Hodgson." - also - PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "05 Aug., 1826 - "Elizabeth" of 347 tons, Capt. Chas. Blake, for London" [CG]

08/05/1826

Hackmatack

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "05 Aug., 1826 - "Hackmatack" of 72 tons, Capt. Wm. Cooper, for Plymouth" [GC]

08/21/1826

Pretty Lass

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

3 Passengers. P.E.I. Register, Aug 22 1826: "On Aug 21, Schr. Pretty Lass, Eales, Plymouth, Messrs. Peake, Hedge and Winslow.(Died in a canoe accident Sept. 19, 1826.)" - also - PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "21 Aug., 1826 - "Pretty Lass" of 113 tons, Capt. Saml. Eales, from Plymouth" [CG]

08/26/1826

William & Thomas

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "26 Aug., 1826 - "William & Thomas" of 67 tons, Capt. John Redmore, from Plymouth" [GC]

09/08/1826

William and Thomas

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "08 Sep., 1826 - "William & Thomas" of 67 tons, Capt. J. Redmore, for Plymouth" - also - PEI Register, 14 Nov., 1826: "The William & Thomas, Redmore, from hence for Plymouth, was spoken with on the 3d. Oct. by the Clio arrived at St. John, N.B." [GC] - From "The Edinburgh Advertiser" (Edinburgh) - "1826 Oct 20 (In section headed "FROM LLOYD'S LIST, OCT. 17") PADSTOW, Oct, 15.- The William and Thomas, Smith, arrived here from Prince Edward's Island, fell in with on the 1st inst. in lat. 45. lon. 37. a large brig timber laden and water-logged, with "Pomona" on the stern - no person on board: she was painted with a broad pink streak and a narrow white one above. From her buoyancy she might have been brought into port, but the William and Thomas was short of hands." [Brian Molyneaux]

09/13/1826

Mary Saunderson

P.E.I.

Antigua

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "13 Sep., 1826 - "Mary Saunderson" of 59 tons, Capt. J. Perryman, for Antigua" [GC]

09/22/1826

Lochiel

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "22 Sep., 1826 - "Lochiel" of 155 tons, Capt. J. Sullivan, for Liverpool" - also - P.E.I. Register, Sep 26 1826: "Passengers in the Lochiel for Liverpool, Sept 22: Fade Goff, son and 2 daughters."[GC]

09/22/1826

Robert

Turks Islands

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "22 Sep., 1826 - "Robert" of 60 tons, Capt. J.F. Nelmes, from Turks Islands" [GC]

09/29/1826

Princess Charlotte

Dartmouth, B.B.

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "29 Sep., 1826 - "Princess Charlotte" schooner of 87 tons, Capt. Wm. Way, from Dartmouth, GB" [GC]

09/30/1826

Amity

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "30 Sep., 1826 - "Amity" of 333 tons, Capt. Thos. Gyles, from Bristol" [GC]

10/04/1826

Jane

P.E.I.

Belfast, Ireland

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "04 Oct., 1826 - "Jane" of 341 tons, Capt. Wm. Jones, for Belfast" [GC]

10/21/1826

Bolivar

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I. Register, Oct 24 1826: "Passenger in Bolivar (Oct 21) for Liverpool. T. B. Chanter, Esq." - also - PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "21 Oct., 1826 - "Bolivar" of 385 tons, Capt. Jas. Lowther, for Liverpool" [CG]

10/24/1826

Mary Saunderson

P.E.I.

Bermuda

P.E.I. Register, Oct 24 1826: "In the Mary Saunderson, for Antigua: Mr. Robert Hyndman." [CG]

10/30/1826

Amity

Bristol, G. B.

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "30 Oct., 1826 - "Amity" barque of 333 tons, Capt. Thos. Gyles, from Bristol, with 2 wood capstans, 1 figurehead" [GC]

11/04/1826

Robert

P.E.I.

Bermuda

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "04 Nov., 1826 - "Robert" of 60 tons, Capt. J.F. Nelmes, for Bermuda, with 24 bottles esse. spruce" [GC]

11/07/1826

New Bideford

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "07 Nov., 1826 - "New Bideford" of 280 tons, Capt. John Redmore, for Plymouth" [GC]

11/07/1826

Atlantic

P.E.I.

G. Britain

PEI Register 7 Nov., 1826: "Mr. HENRY PALMER having served his articled clerkship to his Father, but not yet having attained 21 years of age, which prevents his admission as an Attorney, intends to take his passage for England by the ship Atlantic, now at Westmoreland Harbor, Lot 29, and to return by some of the earliest Spring Ships; he will be happy to execute any Commission at London or Liverpool, and requests early intimation of such addressed to him at his Father's Offices, Charlotte Town. Recess, Oct. 28th, 1826." [GC]

11/14/1826

Lord Exmouth

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I./Quebec

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "14 Nov., 1826 - "Lord Exmouth" of 205 tons, Capt. G.P. Trousell, from Plymouth" - also - PEI Register 14 Nov., 1826 - The Brig Lord Exmouth, Tronsell, bound for Quebec, after vainly attempting for three weeks to get up the river, has put into Richmond Bay in this Island, where she has procured a cargo. [GC]

11/17/1826

HMS Grasshopper

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "18 Nov., 1826 - "Mary" of 176 tons, Capt. Wm. Weymouth, for Liverpool" [GC]

11/18/1826

Mary

P.E.I.

Pictou, N.S.

PEI Register 17 Oct., 1826, page 3: "H.M.S Grasshopper, Capt. Canning having on board our beloved and venerated Diocesan, sailed this forenoon for Pictou." [GC]

11/18/1826

Mary

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "18 Nov., 1826 - "Mary" of 176 tons, Capt. Wm. Weymouth, for Liverpool" [GC]

12/01/1826

Mountaineer

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I. Register, Dec 12 1826: "In the Mountaineer for Liverpool: William Waller, Esq." - also - PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "01 Dec., 1826 - "Mountaineer" of 316 tons, Capt. Wm. Chapple, for Liverpool" [CG]

12/02/1826

Asadelia

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "02 Dec., 1826 - "Asadelia" of 410 tons, Capt. J. McGregor, for Liverpool" [GC]

12/04/1826

Speculation

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "04 Dec., 1826 - "Speculation" of 156 tons, Capt. P. Inskip, from Plymouth" [GC]

12/04/1826

New London

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "04 Dec., 1826 - "New London" of 209 tons, Capt. Thos. Butters, for Plymouth" [GC]

12/08/1826

Felicity

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "08 Dec., 1826 - "Felicity" of 308 tons, Capt. R. Younger, for Bristol" [GC]

12/09/1826

Amity

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I. Register, Dec 12 1826: "In the Amity for Bristol, Dec. 9, 1826: W. M. Hill and Thos Owens, Esqs. And Mr. Mawley." - also - PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "09 Dec., 1826 - "Amity" of 333 tons, Capt. Thos. Gyles, for Bristol" [CG]

12/11/1826

Mary

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "11 Dec., 1826 - "Mary" of 374 tons, Capt. John Toms, from London" [GC]

12/12/1826

Mary

Miramachi

P.E.I. then Liverpool, G. Britain

16 Passengers. - P.E.I. Register, Dec 12 1826: "Arrived on the Mary, Lt. Govr. John Ready; 68 days from the Downs; also, his daughters; and Donald McDonald of Glenaladale, Esq; Lieut. Ridge, a sergeant and 2 privates of the Royal Staff Corps on their way to Canada; Mr. Lewis, Mr and Mrs Dack, and five servants." - also - P.E.I. Register, Dec 12 1826: "In the Mary which touched here from Miramichi en route to Liverpool, Mr. Frederick LePage" [CG]

12/14/1826

Atlantic

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I. Register, Dec 19 1826: "In the Atlantic (Dec 14) for Liverpool, Messrs. Cecil W. Townshend and Henry Palmer." - also - PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "14 Dec., 1826 - "Atlantic" of 369 tons, Capt. John Johnson, for Liverpool, GB" [CG]

12/16/1826

Lord Exmouth

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "16 Dec., 1826 - "Lord Exmouth" of 205 tons, Capt. G.P. Trousell, for Plymouth" [GC]

12/16/1826

Speculation

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "16 Dec., 1826 - "Speculation" of 156 tons, Capt. P. Inskip, for Plymouth" [GC]

12/23/1826

Dungallon

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "23 Dec., 1826 - "Dungallon" of 233 tons, Capt. Wm. James, for Liverpool - also - PEI Register 26 Dec., 1826: "The brig Dungallon, bound for Liverpool is fast in the ice."" [GC]

12/23/1826

Robert Peel

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "23 Dec., 1826 - "Robert Peel" of 299 tons, Capt. John Salmon, for Bristol" [GC]

00/00/1826

John Walker

Isle of Skye

Dundas, P.E.I.

Settlers to Dundas, incl. Samuel MacDonald who settled in Dundas. (P & P of P.E.I., Pg. 444). Nat. Archives, R5846-O-X-E, Mary C. Brehaut, lists Samuel's initial as Samuel C. MacDonald.

00/00/1826

Northumberland

Greenoch, Scotland

St. Andrew's, N.B.

Nat. Archives, R5846-O-X-E, Mary C. Brehaut, lists this vessel. Notes many of these passengers scattered throughout the Maritimes.

00/00/1826

Tamarlin

North Morar, Scotland

Sydney, N.S.

Nat. Archives, R5846-O-X-E, Mary C. Brehaut, lists this vessel. No mention of disposition of passengers.

00/00/1826

Highland Lad

 

 

Nat. Archives, R5846-O-X-E, Mary C. Brehaut, lists this vessel. No mention of disposition of passengers or ports of departure or arrival. Listed here pending further information

00/00/1826

Dove of Harmony

 

Nova Scotia

Nat. Archives, R5846-O-X-E, Mary C. Brehaut,lists this vessel. No mention of disposition of passengers, or port of departure.

01/03/1827

Jessie

Antigua/Halifax

P.E.I.

PEI Register 9 Jan., 1827: "Arrived on Wednesday the 3d inst. the schr. Jessie, Williamson (late Kennedy), master, from Antigua and Halifax. This, we believe, is the only instance of an arrival in this harbour in the month of January." [GC]

01/09/1827

Dungallon

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

PEI Register 9 Jan., 1827: "Sailed on Thursday last the brig Dungallon, J.W. James, master, for Liverpool." [GC]

04/22/1827

Oak

Poole, G. Britain

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register: "22 April, 1827 - "Oak" brig, Capt. Woodward, from Poole, GB" [GC]

04/30/1827

Margaret

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register: "30 April, 1827 - "Margaret" schooner of 14 tons, Capt. Hussey, from Plymouth" [GC]

05/01/1827

Bolivar

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Inward: "01 May, 1827 - "Bolivar" of 356 tons, Capt. F. Henzell, from Plymouth, with 1 figure head" - also - P.E.I. Register: "30 April, 1827 - "Bolivar" barque of 356 tons, Capt. F. Henzell, from Plymouth [passage in 20 days]"[GC]

05/07/1827

Orwell

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register: "07 May, 1827 - "Orwell" brigantine, Capt. Quick, from Plymouth" [GC]

05/14/1827

Dungallon

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register: "14 May, 1827 - "Dungallon" brig of 233 tons, Capt. J.W. James, from Liverpool, passenger Colin McDonald" [CG]

05/14/1827

Mary Ann

P.E.I.

Newfoundland

P.E.I. Register, May 15, 1827: "May 14, Mary Ann, Webster to Nfld. 10 passengers" [CG]

05/14/1827

Fanny

P.E.I.

Newfoundland

1 Passenger - P.E.I. Register, May 15, 1827: "May 15, Schr. Fanny, Kenny, to Nfld. 60 passengers." - Also: P.E.I. Register, Sep 25, 1827: "Died on Sept 24, Mr. William Kenny, a native of Waterford, formerly Master of the Schooner Fanny. " [CG]

05/19/1827

John Thomas

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

4 Passengers. - P.E.I. Register, May 22, 1827: "Barque John Thomas, Reavely, from Liverpool, via Magdalen Islands, May 19, Messrs. Frederick and Elizabeth LePage, Henry Palmer, and Mrs. Smith." - also same - "19 May, 1827 - "John Thomas" barque, Capt. Reavly, from Liverpool, with 1 metal bell for RC Chapel weighing 2 cwt"[CG]

05/22/1827

Amity

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register: "22 May, 1827 - "Amity" barque of 333 tons, Capt. Younger, from Bristol [arr. Richmond Bay]" [GC]

05/23/1827

Carron

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

12 Passengers, one being William Cooper, an Island resident returning from selling his vessel, Hackmatack in G. Britain "The Island Magazine Anniversary Anthology", Page 42, article, "William Cooper of Sailor's Hope", page 43. - P.E.I. Register, May 29, 1827: "May 23, brig Carron, Strachan, from London: Messrs. Stone and son, Messrs. Davies, Mawley, Spalding, Coates, Mills, Cooper and 4 others." - also - Prince Edward Island Register "22 May, 1827 - "Carron" brig of 238 tons, Capt. H. Strachan, from London, with 2 phaetons" [CG]

05/25/1827

Dart

Antigua

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register: "25 May, 1827 - "Dart" schooner, Capt. Montais, from Antigua [arr Richmond Bay with 4 boxes dry goods to Robt. Hyndman]" [GC]

05/25/1827

Asadelia

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register: "25 May, 1827 - "Asadelia" barque, Capt. Sullivan, from London, with 2 gigs" [GC]

05/25/1827

Felicity

Bristol, G. Britain

Murray Harbour, P.E.I.

5 Passengers. - P.E.I. Register, May 29, 1827: "In the Felicity, May 25, Gyles, Bristol: Mr. Owen, Mr. Lewellin and son, Mr. Were, and Mr. Sergeant." - also - P.E.I. Register: "25 May, 1827 - "Felicity" ship, Capt. Gyles, from Bristol [arr Murray Harbor]" [CG]

06/02/1827

Eliza

P.E.I.

Bermuda

P.E.I. Register: "02 June, 1827 - "Eliza" schooner, Capt. Nelmes, for Bermuda" [GC]

06/05/1827

Orwell

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I. Register: "05 June, 1827 - "Orwell" schooner, Capt. Quick, for Plymouth [dep. Three Rivers]" [GC]

06/09/1827

New London

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

80 Passengers.(The Island Magazine, #40, "English Immigration to P.E.I.", Elliott, Pg. 9) - also - P.E.I. Register: "09 June, 1827 - "New London" brig of 209 tons, Capt. Butters, from Plymouth, with 80 passengers" - also - PEI Register 12 June, 1827 - "Entered 9 June, brig "New London", Capt. Butters, from Plymouth, with large cargo, 80 passengers"[GC]

06/12/1827

Providence

Antigua

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register: "12 June, 1827 - "Providence" schooner, Capt. Blathwayt, from Antigua, with 10 kegs tamarinds, 1000 lb. camwood" [GC]

06/16/1827

Margaret

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I. Register: "16 June, 1827 - "Margaret" brig, Capt. Smith, for Liverpool, [dep. Bedeque]" [GC]

06/18/1827

Bellona

Bideford, G. Britain

Richmond Bay, P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register, Jun 19, 1827: "In the Bellona from Bideford, June 18, Mr. Chanter." - also - P.E.I. Register: "18 June, 1827 - "Bellona" brig, Capt. England, from Bideford [arr. Richmond Bay]" [CG]

06/19/1827

New Bideford

Plymouth, G. Britain

New London, P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register, Jun 19, 1827: "In the New Bideford from Plymouth, June 19, Mr. Nichols." - also - P.E.I. Register: "19 June, 1827 - "New Bideford" brig, Capt. Babb, from Plymouth [arr. New London]" [CG]

06/25/1827

Albion

Cardiff, Wales

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register: "25 June, 1827 - "Albion" brig, Capt. Battiscomb, from Cardiff [arr. Three Rivers]" [GC]

06/25/1827

Margaret Ann

&

Mirimachi

From "The Edinburgh Advertiser" (Edinburgh) - "1827 July 3 LIVERPOOL, June 25. - The Margaret Ann, Coates, bound to Miramichi, was totally lost on the 23d of May on Prince Edward's Island, in a violent gale from the NE., with six or seven other vessels (names unknown), besides several others lost anchors and cables. The whole of the Margaret Ann's crew lost." [Brian Molyneaux]

06/30/1827

Felicity

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I. Register: "30 June, 1827 - "Felicity" barque, Capt. Gyles, for Bristol [dep. Murray Harbor]" [GC]

06/30/1827

Speculation

P.E.I.

Padstow, G. Britain

P.E.I. Register: "30 June, 1827 - "Speculation" brig, Capt. Roberts, for Padstow [dep. New London]" [GC]

07/02/1827

Hannah

Ross, Ireland & Nfld.

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register: "02 July, 1827 - "Hannah" brigantine, Capt. Murphy, from Ross, Ireland & Newfoundland, with 43 passengers" [GC]

07/03/1827

Amity

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I. Register: "03 July, 1827 - "Amity" barque, Capt. Younger, for Bristol [dep. Richmond Bay]" [GC]

07/03/1827

Robert

P.E.I.

Barbadoes

P.E.I. Register: "03 July, 1827 - "Robert" schooner, Capt. Nelmes, for Barbadoes" [GC]

07/04/1827

Providence

P.E.I.

Antigua

P.E.I. Register: "04 July, 1827 - "Providence" schooner, Capt. Blathwayt, for Antigua" [GC]

07/11/1827

Mary

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I. Register: "11 July, 1827 - "Mary" ship, Capt. Lewis, for Bristol" [GC]

07/13/1827

Collins

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

P.E.I. Register: "13 July, 1827 - "Collins" new brig, Capt. Lowther, for Bideford [dep. Richmond Bay]" [GC]

07/18/1827

New London

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I. Register: "18 July, 1827 - "New London" brig of 209 tons, Capt. Redmore, for Plymouth" [GC]

07/23/1827

William Dodd

P.E.I.

Falmouth, G. Britain

P.E.I. Register: "23 July, 1827 - "William Dodd" brig of 134 tons, Capt. Hill, for Falmouth, with timber" [GC]

07/24/1827

New Bideford

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I. Register: "24 July, 1827 - "New Bideford" brig, Capt. Babb, for Plymouth [dep. New London]" [GC]

07/25/1827

Jean Baptiste

London, G. Britain & Nfld.

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register: "25 July, 1827 - "Jean Baptiste" brig, Capt. Benton, from London & Nfld., [arr. Hill's Town, Cascumpeque]" [GC]

08/07/1827

Albion

P.E.I.

Cardiff, Wales

P.E.I. Register: "07 Aug., 1827 - "Albion" brig, Capt. Battiscombe, for Cardiff [dep. Three Rivers]" [GC]

08/20/1827

Thomas Fox

P.E.I.

Cork, Ireland

PEI Register 21 Aug., 1827 - "Cleared 20 Aug., brig [of 165 tons] "Thomas Fox", Capt. Dodd, for Cork, with timber. SEAMEN WANTED for the brig Thomas Fox, now lying in this Harbor, to whom liberal wages will be given. Apply to Simon Dodd [GC]

09/05/1827

Relief

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I. Register: "05 Sep., 1827 - "Relief" new brig, Capt. Burton, for Liverpool [dep. Richmond Bay]" - different vessel from that listed as arriving the day following, also at Richmond Bay? [GC]

09/06/1827

Relief

Liverpool, G. Britain

Richmond Bay, P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register, Sep 11 1827: "Passengers in the Relief, from Liverpool, Sept 6, (at Richmond Bay), Mr and Mrs Hutchinson, Mr. Christopher Cross, and Miss Mary Johnston.", PEI Register 11 Sep., 1827: "CLEARED. Sept. 6, new brig Relief, Capt. Burton, for Liverpool, with timber [dep. Richmond Bay]" [CG]

09/07/1827

Jean Baptiste

P.E.I.

London, G. Britain

P.E.I. Register: "07 Sep., 1827 - "Jean Baptiste" brig, Capt. Burton, for London [dep. Cascumpec]" [GC]

10/17/1827

Helen

P.E.I.

Exmouth, G. Britain

P.E.I. Register: "26 Oct., 1827 - "Helen" ship, Capt. Currie, for Exmouth" [GC]

10/26/1827

Hope

P.E.I.

Cork, Ireland

P.E.I. Register: "17 Oct., 1827 - "Hope" ship, Capt. Richards, for Cork" [GC]

11/09/1827

Anacreon

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I. Register: "09 Nov., 1827 - "Anacreon" ship, Capt. Holburn, for Bristol [dep. New Bristol]" [GC]

11/13/1827

Isabella

P.E.I.

Antigua

P.E.I. Register: "13 Nov., 1827 - "Isabella" schooner, Capt. Brown, for Antigua" - also P.E.I. Register, Nov 15 1827: "Passengers on the Isabella for Antigua, Mr and Mrs. T. Hyndman." [GC]

11/15/1827

Pandora

Richmond Bay
P.E.I.

Waterford, Ireland

PEI Register 6 Nov., 1827: "CLEARED. Nov. 3, brig Pandora, Capt. Warren, for Waterford, with timber.", P.E.I. Register, Nov 15 1827: "Sailed from Richmond Bay, Nov. 15, on the Pandora, Warren Master, for Waterford, Mr. John Morris." It is believed this vessel may have gone to Richmond Bay and made its final departure from there. [CG]

11/16/1827

Amity

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register: "16 Nov., 1827 - "Amity" barque of 333 tons, Capt. Younger, from Bristol [arr. Three Rivers]" [GC]

11/20/1827

King Henry Vth

P.E.I.

Cork, Ireland

P.E.I. Register: "20 Nov., 1827 - "King Henry Vth" Capt. Eames, for Cork [dep. Richmond bay]" [GC]

11/22/1827

Jessie

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

P.E.I. Register: "22 Nov., 1827 - "Jessie" Capt. Lewis, for Bideford, with timber [dep. New Bideford]" [GC]

11/22/1827

New London

Cornwall, G. Britain

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register: "22 Nov., 1827 - "New London" brig, Capt. Redmore, from Cornwall, GB [arr. New London]" [GC]

11/23/1827

Breeze

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

P.E.I. Register: "23 Nov., 1827 - "Breeze" new brig, Capt. Chappell, for Bideford, with timber [dep. New Bideford]" [GC]

11/30/1827

Emily

Magdalen Isl.

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register: "30 Nov., 1827 - "Emily" schooner, Capt. Madoise, from Magdalen Islands, with household furniture" [GC]

11/30/1827

Ursula

Magdalen Isl.

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register: "30 Nov., 1827 - "Ursula" schooner, Capt. Vigneau, from Magdalen Islands" [GC]

12/05/1827

New London

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I. Register: "05 Dec., 1827 - "New London" brig of 209 tons, Capt. Redmore, for Plymouth, with timber [dep. New London]" [GC]

12/15/1827

Margaret & Polly

P.E.I.

West Indies

P.E.I. Register: "15 Dec., 1827 - "Margaret & Polly" new schooner, Capt. Kelly, for West Indies" [GC]

12/17/1827

Horatio Nelson

P.E.I.

Bermuda

P.E.I. Register: "17 Dec., 1827 - "Horatio Nelson" new brig of 167 tons, Capt. Nelmes, for Bermuda" [GC]

12/17/1827

George

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I. Register: "17 Dec., 1827 - "George" new brig of 117 tons, for Bristol, with timber" [GC]

01/08/1828

George Canning

Three Rivers, P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

The P.E.I. Register, Jan 08 1828: "The George Canning, James, to Liverpool from Three Rivers on Sunday, Ec. 30, 1827: Ewen Cameron, Esq., and James Peake." [CG]

05/14/1828

Margaret & Polly

Turks Isl.

P.E.I.

PEI Register 20 May, 1828: "ENTERED. May 14, schooner Margaret & Polly, Capt. Kelly, from Turks Island." [CG]

05/15/1828

Elizabeth

Antigua

P.E.I.

PEI Register 20 May, 1828: "ENTERED. May, 15, schooner Elizabeth, Capt. Blathwayt, from Antigua." [CG]

05/20/1828

Maria

Liverpool, G. Britain

Pictou Isl.

The P.E.I. Register, May 20, 1828: "In the Maria, Graham, at Pictou from Liverpool, Mr Frederick Le Page." [CG]

05/20/1828

Benjamin Shaw

Waterford, Ireland.

P.E.I.

The P.E.I. Register, May 20 1828: "In the Benjamin Shaw from Waterford: Mr. John Morris and 189 steerage passengers." [CG]

05/28/1828

New Bideford

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PEI Register 3 June, 1828: "ENTERED. May 28, brig New Bideford, Capt. Mathieson, from Plymouth [arr. New London]" [CG]

06/02/1828

Thorntons

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

The P.E.I. Register, Jun 03 1828: "June 3, 1828, in the Thorntons, (June 2) from Liverpool: Angus McDonald, Esq, of Three Rivers. From Liverpool, via Pictou: Lieut, Roderick McDonald, 99th Regt. (He came re Lots 35 and 36, the ads said he was of the 30th Regt....not 99th.)" - also - PEI Register 3 June, 1828: "ENTERED. June 2, barque Thorntons, Capt. Brown, from Liverpool [arr. Three Rivers]" [CG]

06/03/1828

Elizabeth

P.E.I.

Antigua

PEI Register, 03 June, 1828 - CLEARED, 31 May, schooner, Elizabeth, Capt. Blathwayt, for Antigua. [GC]

06/04/1828

Isabella

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register, 04 June, 1828: "Isabella schooner, Capt. Carruthers, from Liverpool, NB" [CG]

06/05/1828

Horatio Nelson

P.E.I.

Bermuda

PAPEI RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "05 June, 1828 - "Horatio Nelson" brig, Capt. Nelmes, for Bermuda" [GC]

06/09/1828

Collina

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register, 09 June, 1828: ""Collina" brig, Capt. Lowther, from London" [CG]

06/11/1828

Margaret

P.E.I.

West Indies

PEI Register, 17 June, 1828 - CLEARED. June 11, schr. Margaret, Capt. Nelmes, for West Indies, with oats, butter, boards, shingles. [GC]

06/17/1828

Margaret & Polly

P.E.I.

Antigua

PEI Register, 24 June, 1828 - CLEARED. 17 June, schooner Margaret & Polly, Capt. Kelly, for Antigua with 8 kegs cranberries. [GC]

06/19/1828

Hannah

Wexford, Ireland & Nfld.

P.E.I.

The P.E.I. Register, Jun 19 1828: "June 19, brig Hannah, Culleton, from Wexford, via Nfld - 45 passengers." [CG]

06/23/1828

Elizabeth

Liverpool, G. Britain

Cascumpec, P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register: 23 June, 1828 - "Elizabeth" brig, Capt. Codner, from Liverpool [arr. Cascumpec]" [CG]

06/24/1828

Elizabeth

P.E.I.

Exeter, G. Britain

PEI Register 1 July, 1828: "CLEARED. June 24, brig Elizabeth, Capt. Codnor, for Exeter [dep. Cascumpec]" [CG]

06/23/1828

Thomas Fox

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

The P.E.I. Register, Jul 01 1828: "On June 23, the Thomas Fox, Simon Dodd Master, from London to Ch'town struck during a thick fog. Crew and 19 passengers effected a landing on some of the small islands in the neighbourhood. Nothing of consequence was saved but the boats." [CG]

06/30/1828

Felicity

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PEI Register 1 July, 1828: "ENTERED. June 30, barque Felicity, Capt. Dugdale, from Bristol [arr. Murray Harbour]" [CG]

07/05/1828

New London

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

PEI Register 15 July, 1828 - CLEARED. 5 July, "New London" brig, Capt. Redmore for Plymouth. [CG]

07/05/1828

New Bideford

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

PEI Register 15 July, 1828 - CLEARED. 5 July, New Bideford" brig, Capt. Matthewson, for Plymouth [CG]

07/09/1828

Jane

P.E.I.

Cork, Ireland

PEI Register 15 July, 1828 - CLEARED. 9 July, "Jane" new brig, Capt. Thompson, for Cork [CG]

07/12/1828

Isabella

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

PEI Register 15 July, 1828 - CLEARED. 12 July, "Isabella" new ship, Capt. Harper, for Liverpool. [CG]

07/28/1828
Date is the departure date from Tobermory

Saint Lawrence
Pass.

Tobermory, Scotland.

Ship Harbour, N.S.

Carried 208 passengers free from Rum to the Gut of Canso, some of whom who may have later settled in P.E.I. Nat. Archives, R5846-O-X-E, Mary C. Brehaut, also lists this vessel. No mention of disposition of passengers in it.

08/05/1828

Felicity

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

PEI Register 5 Aug., 1828 - CLEARED. 31 July, "Felicity" ship, Capt. Dugdale, for Bristol [dep Murray Harbour] [CG]

08/12/1828

Alchymia

P.E.I.

N.S./G. Britain

PEI Register 12 Aug., 1828 - CLEARED. 7 Aug., "Alchymia" new ship, Capt. Wells, for River John, NS to load for England. [CG]

08/21/1828

Navarino

Charlottetown, PEI

London, G. Britain

P.E.I. Register, Tuesday, Aug 26 1828: "Sailed on Saturday, the Navarino Kemp, for London. Passengers - Lemuel Cambridge, Robert and Hamilton Gray, and J. E. Carmichael, Esqrs., Lieut. Roderick Macdonald, 30th regiment; Misses Elizabeth and Stukely Gray, and Mrs. Kemp. Two Indians also took passage on the Navarino...They carried with them a birch-bark canoe, in which, we make no doubt, they will, in due time, make their debut on the Serpentine River, to the no small gratification of the Cocknies. - also - PEI Register 26 Aug., 1828 - CLEARED. 21 Aug., "Navarino" ship, Capt. Kemp, for London, with 1 box containing specimens of Entomology." [CG]

08/28/1828

Hope

Richmond Bay, P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I. Register, Sep 02 1828: "Passenger, Thomas Dawson, on Aug 28; on the brig Hope (new) Way, to Liverpool at Richmond Bay." [CG]

09/04/1828

Speculation

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register, 04 Sep., 1828: ""Speculation" brig, Capt. Newman, from Plymouth" [CG]

09/16, 23/1828

Elizabeth

Antigua

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register, Sep 23 1828: "Sept 23: entered harbour: schooner Elizabeth, Brathwayt, Antigua: J. A. Wood." - also - PEI Register 23 Sep., 1828 - ENTERED. Sep. 16, schooner Elizabeth, Capt., Blathwayt, from Antigua. [CG]

09/18/1828

Friendship

P.E.I.

N.B./G. Britain

PEI Register 23 Sep., 1828 - CLEARED. 18 Sep., "Friendship" snow, Capt. McFarlane, from Bedeque for Miramichi to load for England [CG]

10/01/1828

James

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

Capt. Thomas Peake, Owned by the Peake Family. 4 Passengers. - also - PEI Register 7 Oct., 1828: "ENTERED. Oct. 1, brig James, Capt. Peake, from Liverpool." [GC]

10/01/1828

Amity

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register, 01 Oct., 1828 - "Amity" ship, Capt. Younger, from Bristol [arr. Three Rivers] [CG]

10/02/1828

Lavinia

P.E.I.

London, G. Britain

PEI Register 7 Oct., 1828 - CLEARED. 2 Oct., "Lavinia" snow, Capt. Abell, for London [dep Richmond Bay] [CG]

10/06/1828

Charles

P.E.I.

Barbadoes

PEI Register 7 Oct., 1828 - CLEARED. 6 Oct., "Charles" ship, Capt. Lenfesty, for Barbadoes [CG]

10/11/1828

Ulysses

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PEI Register, 11 Oct., 1828 - "Ulysses" ship, Capt. Todd, from Whitehaven [arr. Cascumpec] [GC]

10/11/1828

Auspicious

Exeter, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PEI Register 14 Oct., 1828: "ENTERED. Oct. 11, snow Auspicious, Capt. Evington, from Exeter [arr. Cascumpec]" [GC]

10/11/1828

Calypso

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

PEI Register 14 Oct., 1828 - CLEARED. 11 Oct., "Calypso" barque, Capt. Lowther, for Bristol [dep Richmond Bay] Passenger T.B. Chanter [CG]

10/16/1828

Margaret & Polly

Turks Isl.

P.E.I.

PEI Register 21 Oct., 1828: "ENTERED. Oct. 16, schooner Margaret & Polly, Capt. Kelly, from Turks Island [arr. Three Rivers]" [GC]

10/20/1828

Breakwater

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

PEI Register 21 Oct., 1828 - CLEARED. 20 Oct., "Breakwater" ship, Capt. Newman, for Plymouth [dep New London] [CG]

10/20/1828

Ulysses

P.E.I.

Exmouth, G. Britain

PEI Register 21 Oct., 1828 - CLEARED. 20 Oct., "Ulysses" brigantine, Capt. Todd, for Exmouth [CG]

10/20/1828

Auspicious

P.E.I.

Exeter, G. Britain

PEI Register 21 Oct., 1828 - CLEARED. 20 Oct., "Auspicious" snow, Capt. Ord, for Exeter [CG]

10/20/1828

Horatio Nelson

Antigua & Turks Isl.

P.E.I.

PEI Register 21 Oct., 1828 - ENTERED. Oct. 20, brig Horatio Nelson, Capt. Nelmes, from Antigua & Turks Island, with rum & molasses to S. Nelson. [GC]

10/24/1828

New London

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PEI Register 28 Oct., 1828: "ENTERED. Oct. 24, brig New London, Redmore, from Plymouth." [GC]

10/24/1828

Speculation

P.E.I.

Padstow, G. Britain

PEI Register 28 Oct., 1828 - CLEARED. 24 Oct., "Speculation" brig, Capt. Bisson, for Padstow [CG]

10/24/1828

New London

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

PEI Register 4 Nov., 1828 - CLEARED. 24 Oct., "New London" brig, Capt. Redmore, for Bideford [CG]

11/01/1828

Palemon

P.E.I.

London, G. Britain

PEI Register 4 Nov., 1828 - CLEARED. 1 Nov., "Palemon" brig, Capt. Luens, for London with timber - then it is likely it sailed to another port in P.E.I. to pick up passengers, as the P.E.I. Register, Nov 11 1828 states: "In the Palemon to London, Nov. 9: the Hon William Pleace and Miss Hodgson." [CG]

11/06/1828

Eliza

P.E.I.

Governor's Isl., P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register, Nov 11 1828: "Lost in gale, Thursday, Nov. 6, Messrs. Webster's schooner the Eliza; on Governor's Island; crew and passengers effected a landing. Vessel and cargo entirely lost." [CG]

11/11/1828

James

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

PEI Register 11 Nov., 1828: "Sailed this afternoon, the brig James, Capt. Peake, for Plymouth." [CG]

11/26/1828

Albion

P.E.I.

Bermuda

PEI Register 2 Dec., 1828: "CLEARED. Nov.26, schr. Albion, Butterfield, Bermuda" [dep. Three Rivers] [CG]

12/01/1828

Gleaner

P.E.I.

Antigua

PEI Register 2 Dec., 1828: "CLEARED. Dec. 1, schr Gleaner, Thompson, for Antigua." [CG]

12/02/1828

Warwick

P.E.I.

Barbadoes

PEI Register 2 Dec., 1828: "CLEARED. schr. Warwick, Nelmes, for Barbadoes, with oats, potatoes, boards." [CG]

12/06/1828

Sir Walter Scott

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

PEI Register 9 Dec., 1828: "CLEARED. Dec. 6, sloop Sir Walter Scott, Richards, for Bristol." [CG]

12/09/1828

Amaryllis

P.E.I.

West Indies

PEI Register 9 Dec., 1828: "CLEARED. brigantine Amaryllis, Newton, for West Indies." [CG]

12/10/1828

Horatio Nelson

P.E.I.

West Indies

PEI Register 16 Dec., 1828 - CLEARED. Dec. 10, brig Horatio Nelson, Capt. Nelmes, for West Indies. PASSENGERS - Messrs. William MacGowan, Robert Holland, George Rankin, and Thomas Nelson. [CG]

12/13/1828

William Henry

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

PEI Register 16 Dec., 1828: "CLEARED. Dec. 13, brig William Henry, Warner, for Bristol." [CG]

12/15/1828

Ann Hyndman

P.E.I.

Antigua

PEI Register 16 Dec., 1828: "CLEARED. Dec. 15, sloop Ann Hyndman, Moyse, for Antigua." [CG]

12/16/1828

Margaret & Polly

P.E.I.

Antigua

PEI Register 23 Dec., 1828: "CLEARED. Dec. 16, schr. Margaret & Polly, Kelly, for Antigua." [CG]

12/16/1828

Gleaner

P.E.I.

Antigua

P.E.I. Register, Dec 16 1828: "In the Gleaner for Antigua: Mr Robert Hyndman, Prince Town." [CG]

12/17/1828

Trial

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

PEI Register 23 Dec., 1828: "CLEARED. Dec. 17, brig Trial, Dobson, for Liverpool, with timber by N. LePage & Co." [CG]

12/18/1828

Hibernia

P.E.I.

Bristol, Great Britian

P.E.I. Register, Dec 23 1828: "CLEARED. Dec. 18, ship Hibernia, Younger, for Bristol [dep. Three Rivers]" & "In the Hibernia to Bristol: Mr James Peake, Mr. John Campbell, and Mr. Ellis on Dec. 18, from Three Rivers." [CG]

05/05/1829

Felicity

Bristol, G. Britain

Murray Harbour, P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register, May 05 1828: "Barque Felicity, May 5, from Bristol: Mr John Campbell, Capt. Younger and several in steerage." [CG]

05/05/1829

Margaret & Polly

P.E.I.

Antigua

PEI Register 5 May, 1829: "Sailed on Friday, the Margaret & Polly, Kelly, for Antigua. This was one of the vessels froze in last winter." [CG]

05/12/1829

Trial

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I. Register, May 12 1828: "Sailed on Thursday, Brig Trial, Dobson, to Liverpool: Hon George Wright." [CG]

05/15/1829

Benjamin Shaw

Eng./Waterford, Ireland.

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register, May 19, 1929: "The Benjamin Shaw, Goalbraith, and Pandora, Baldwin, from Waterford, have arrived with settlers."[CG]

05/19/1829

James
Owned by the Peake Family.

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

4 Passengers. - P.E.I. Register, May 19, 1929: "In the James for Plymouth: Messrs. Peake, Sharpe, Duchemin, and Davis." [CG]

05/19/1829

Pandora

Waterford, Ireland

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register, May 19, 1929: "In the Pandora, from Waterford: Mr. R. Goff." - also - "The Benjamin Shaw, Goalbraith, and Pandora, Baldwin, from Waterford, have arrived with settlers." - also - "PEI Register 26 May, 1829: ENTERED, May 19, brig Pandora, Capt. Baldwin, from Waterford, with Goods and Passengers - to John Morris." [CG]

05/22/1829

New Bideford

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PEI Register 26 May, 1829: "ENTERED. brig New Bideford, Capt. Matthewson, from Plymouth". [GC]

05/26/1829

Argo

Liverpool, G. Britain

Georgetown, P.E.I.

PEI Register 26 May, 1829: "ENTERED. brig Argo, Capt. Walker, from Liverpool [arr. George Town]." [GC]

05/31/1829

Mary Kennedy
Pass.

Portree, Skye.

Cape Breton,
Charlottetown, P.E.I.

84 Passengers, Settled Uigg, Orwell, Belfast. Also listed in Nat. Archives, R5846-O-X-E, Mary C. Brehaut - also - P.E.I. Register, June 2, 1829: "84 immigrants including women and children arrived here last Sunday (May 31?) from the Isle of Skye via Cape Breton Island on the ship Mary, Kennedy Master. They have 12 months provisions and ample stock of warm clothing----going to the Belfast area where they have relatives." [CG]
See Note 2

06/04/1829

Thetis

Greenock, Scotland

Arichat

Nat. Archives, R5846-O-X-E, Mary C. Brehaut. No mention of disposition of passengers. - also - PEI Register 26 May, 1829 - The Thetis, from Greenock, was stranded on the 4th inst. on Cape Winchester (Island of Cape Breton), and went to pieces.

06/06/1829

New London

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PEI Register 9 June, 1829: "ENTERED. June 6, brig New London, Capt. Redmore, from Plymouth." [GC]

06/09/1829

Calypso

Liverpool, Bideford, G.B.

P.E.I.

5 Passengers. - P.E.I. Register, June 9, 1829: "In the Calypso from Liverpool and Bideford: Mr Charles Ready, son of His Excellency, Lt Gov'r; Mr and Mrs. Chanter, Miss Hodgson, and Miss Griffiths.", PEI Register 9 June, 1829: "ENTERED. June 9, barque Calypso, Capt. Lowther, from Liverpool" [CG]

06/09/1829

Albion

Bermuda.

Georgetown/Charlottetown P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register, June 9, 1829: "In the Albion from Bermuda (at Georgetown): Mr and Mrs Gilbert." - also - P.E.I. Register, June 16, 1829: "June 12 in the Albion from Bermuda: Miss Butterfield." [CG]

06/09/1829

Amelia

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PEI Register 9 June, 1829: The Amelia, 31 days from Liverpool, was spoke going into Orwell Bay. [GC]

06/12/1829

Nile

P.E.I.

Ulverston, G. Britain

PEI Register 16 June, 1829 - "CLEARED. June 12, brig Nile, Capt. Westray, for Ulverston." [CG]

06/15/1829

Horatio Nelson

Trinidad & Bermuda

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register, June 16, 1829: "In the Horatio Nelson from Bermuda: Mrs. J. Nelms, Mrs. Darrel, Mr. W. Macgowan, Mr. Darrel, and Mr. T. Nelson. June 15." - also - PEI Register 16 June, 1829: "ENTERED. June 15, brig Horatio Nelson, Capt. Nelmes, from Trinidad & Bermuda, with rum, molasses, sugar, coffee to S. Nelson." [CG]

06/16/1829

Amaryllis

Antigua

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register, June 16, 1829: "In the Amaryllis from Antigua: Rev. Mr. Gerald, Mrs. Gerald, Miss Locker, Mr. Ormsby, Mr. Hyndman, Capt Moyse, June 11." [CG]

06/16/1829

Albion

Bermuda

P.E.I.

PEI Register 16 June, 1829: "ENTERED. June 12, schooner Albion, Capt. Butterfield, from Bermuda." [CG]

06/16/1829

Breakwater

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PEI Register 16 June, 1829: "ENTERED. June 15, brig Breakwater, Capt. Newman, from Plymouth [arr. New London]" [CG]

06/16/1829

Minerva

Yarmouth, G. Britain

Charlottetown, P.E.I.

12 Passengers in steerage, possible the Butcher and Bryenton families. See an add from the Suffolk Chronicle advertising an 1832 crossing, 10 Mar., 1832, in The Island Magazine, #41, "English Immigration to P.E.I. Part 2", Elliott, Pg. 4,5. - also - P.E.I. Register, June 16, 1829: "In the Minerva, from Yarmouth, England B 12 settlers." [CG]

06/16/1829

James

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

PEI Register 16 June, 1829: "CLEARED. June 16, brig James, Capt. Peake, for Plymouth, with timber." [CG]

06/19/1829

Hannah

Newfoundland

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register, June 19, 1829: "Brigantine Hannah, Culleton, Newfoundland. 16 settlers." [CG] - also - Nat. Archives, R5846-O-X-E, Mary C. Brehaut, lists this arrival carrying 16 settlers

06/19/1829

Amelia

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

PEI Register 23 June, 1829: "CLEARED. June 19, brig Amelia, Capt. Walker, for Liverpool, with timber." [CG]

06/20/1829

Pandora

P.E.I.

Waterford, Ireland

PEI Register 23 June, 1829: "CLEARED. June 20, brig Pandora, Capt. Baldwin, for Waterford, with timber." [CG]

06/20/1829

Elizabeth

P.E.I.

Antigua

PEI Register 23 June, 1829: "CLEARED. June 20, schooner Elizabeth, Capt. Blathwayt, for Antigua" [CG]

06/22/1829

Nancy

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

32 Passengers. Nat. Archives, R5846-O-X-E, Mary C. Brehaut, lists this arrival coming with 33 settlers. - also - P.E.I. Register, June 22, 1829: "Schr. Nancy, Simpson, from Liverpool,32 settlers, lately from the county of Kent" [CG]

06/29/1829

Collina

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

2 Passengers. - P.E.I. Register, June 30, 1829: "In the Collina June 29, Martin, from London: Mr Edward Holland, Mr. Hele on June 30" [CG]

07/03/1829

Breakwater

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

PEI Register 7 July, 1829: "CLEARED. July 3, brig Breakwater, Capt. Newman, for Plymouth, with timber." [CG]

07/06/1829

New Bideford

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

PEI Register 7 July, 1829: "CLEARED. July 6, brig New Bideford, Capt. Matthewson, for Plymouth, with timber." [CG]

07/11/1829

Horatio Nelson

P.E.I.

Barbadoes

PEI Register 14 July, 1829: "CLEARED. July 11, brig Horatio Nelson, Capt. Nelmes, for Barbadoes, with meat, fish, oats by S. Nelson." [CG]

07/29/1829

Trial

St. Kitts

P.E.I.

PEI Register 4 Aug., 1829 - ENTERED. 29 July, schooner Trial, Capt. Biglow, from St. Kitts. [GC]

07/30/1829

Venus

Aberdeen, Scotland

P.E.I. and Quebec

80 Passengers. Nat. Archives, R5846-O-X-E, Mary C. Brehaut. - also - Dobson, David. Ships from Scotland to America, 1628-1828. Volume II. Baltimore, MD, USA: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2002: "Venus, brig, 300 tons, from Aberdeen to Quebec, 30 July 1829, with cabin plus half deck passengers, landed 80 passengers on Prince Edward Island 1829." [Brian Molyneaux]

08/01/1829

Only Son

Newfoundland

P.E.I.

Royal Gazette and Nfld. Advertiser, 4 Aug., 1829: Dep. 1 Aug., Schooner Only Son, Capt. Burk, for PEI, passenger: Mr. Gilbert

08/07/1829

Vestal

Tobermory, Scotland

P.E.I.

301 Passengers. Also referenced in Nat. Archives, R5846-O-X-E, Mary C. Brehaut - also - PEI Register 11 Aug., 1829 - ENTERED. 7 Aug., brig Vestal, Taylor from Tobermory with 301 passengers. The Vestal, Taylor, from Tobermory with 301 passengers, arrived here on Friday. Seventy of the number have since sailed for Cape Breton; the remainder settle in this country. - also - Dobson, David. Ships from Scotland to America, 1628-1828. Volume II. Baltimore, MD, USA: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2002: "Vestal, from Tobermory to Prince Edward Island with 301 passengers, arrived 7 Aug 1829." [Brian Molyneaux]

08/08/1829

Thomas

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

 

08/08/1829

Three Sons

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PEI Register 8 Sep., 1829 - ENTERED. snow Three Sons, Capt. Smith, from Liverpool. The Three Sons, Smith, from Liverpool arrived this morning. She sailed on the 28th July, but brought no papers. She is loaded chiefly with salt for Quebec, for whence she will proceed in a day or two. [GC]

08/11/1829

Pillhead

Teignmouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PEI Register 11 Aug., 1829 - ENTERED snow Pillhead, Clapp, from Teignmouth. [GC]

09/15/1829

Felicity

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PEI Register 15 Sep., 1829 - ENTERED. barque Felicity, Capt. Dugdale, from Bristol. PASSENGERS. In the Felicity from Bristol, the Hon. George Wright, William Hodges, Esq., Miss Folkstone, and 10 in the steerage. [GC]

09/15/1829

Thomas

P.E.I.

Antigua

PEI Register 15 Sep., 1829 - PASSENGERS. In the Thomas for Antigua, Rev. James Gerald of Montserrat, Misses Gerald, Locker and M'Tique. [GC]

09/15/1829

James

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PEI Register 15 Sep., 1829 - Entered. Brig James, Capt. Peake, from Plymouth. [GC]

09/22/1829

Henderson

Whitehaven, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PEI Register 22 Sep., 1829 - ENTERED. brigantine Henderson, Capt. Turnbull, from Whitehaven. [GC]

11/03/1829

Happy Return

P.E.I.

Barbadoes

PEI Register 3 Nov., 1829: "CLEARED. schooner Happy Return, Capt. Nelmes, for Barbadoes" [CG]

11/10/1829

Horatio Nelson

Trinidad

P.E.I.

PEI Register 10 Nov., 1829: "ENTERED. brig Horatio Nelson, Capt. Nelmes, from Trinidad, with rum, sugar, coffee to S. Nelson." [CG]

11/18/1829

Collina

Dublin, Ireland.

P.E.I.

 

12/09/1829

Brothers

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

 

12/09/1829

Isabella

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

 

12/17/1829

Sir Walter Scott

P.E.I.

Cork, Ireland

PEI Register 22 Dec., 1829: "Our harbour is now clear of shipping. The Collina, the last vessel for Europe sailed this afternoon. The Sir Walter Scott, Sutton for Cork, sailed on Thursday, and the Horatio Nelson, Salmond, for Barbadoes on Saturday." - also - PEI Register 22 Dec., 1829: "Passengers In the Sir Walter Scott, for Cork - Mr. E. Holland and Mr. G.M. Sharpe." [CG]

12/19/1829

Horatio Nelson

P.E.I.

Barbadoes

PEI Register 22 Dec., 1829: "Our harbour is now clear of shipping. The Collina, the last vessel for Europe sailed this afternoon. The Sir Walter Scott, Sutton for Cork, sailed on Thursday, and the Horatio Nelson, Salmond, for Barbadoes on Saturday." [CG]

12/22/1829

Collina

P.E.I.

Dublin, Ireland

PEI Register 22 Dec., 1829: "CLEARED. brig Collina, Capt. Martin, for Dublin." [CG]

00/00/1829

Aurora

Edinburgh, Scotland

Port Hastings, N.S.

Nat. Archives, R5846-O-X-E, Mary C. Brehaut, lists this vessel. No mention of disposition of passengers.

05/00/1830

Agitator

Ireland

P.E.I.

From the Examiner, June 4, 1880: "OBIT: Thomas Corley, died May 23, 1880, aged 79 (no location...) born in Killamurray, Co. Monaghan, emigrated on the ship "Agitator" May 1830" [CG] - also - Daily Examiner 2 June, 1880: "Obituary.-- With feelings of sorrow we have to record the death of Thomas Corley, who departed this life on the 23rd ult., aged 79 years. Mr. Corley was born in Killamurray, County Monaghan, Ireland, and he emigrated to this Island in the ship "Agitator", May, 1830." [GC]

05/09/1830

Felicity

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register, May 25, 1830: " In the Felicity from Bristol, May 9, NO newspapers." [CG]

05/19/1830

Corsair

Greenock, Scotland

P.E.I.

Charlottetown Herald, Wed., 29 Aug., 1888 - Mary McQuaid wife of James Moynagh died 5 Aug., 1888 aged 73 at Souris. In 1830 she, her brother Francis, living 1888 at Pisquid, and her brother James, living 1888 at Minneapolis came to P.E.I. on the Corsair.
Also: PEI Register 25 May, 1830, page 3 - "'Corsair', Captain Hamilton, arrived 19 May from Greenock with 206 settlers; Corsair sailed from Greenock on 8 April." [GC].

206 Passengers, Catholic sent out by Rev. John MacDonald, Settled Johnston's River. These are further mentioned in "The Cradle of Confederation", by Lorne C. Callbeck, Pg. 136. Also referenced in Nat. Archives, R5846-O-X-E, Mary C. Brehaut. Prince Edward Island Register, Tuesday May 25th 1830 - Two hundred and six settlers arrived on the Corsair from Greenock on Wednesday last. The bulk of them have proceeded up the Hillsborough, about ten miles, to be located on the south bank, above Johnston’s River, on the property of the Rev. John M’Donald. They are chiefly natives of the North of Ireland, and apparently seem pleased with their change. Two births occurred on the passage and one since their arrival. One of the crew was lost off one of the yards in a gale.

Information on McEachern Family Voyage on Corsair

05/25/1830

James

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

4 Passengers - lost mast, 1 soul. - From "The Times" (London) - "1830 April 6 PLYMOUTH, April 3 - Sailed the James, for Prince Edward's Island" [Brian Molyneaux] - See ad from Royal Devonport Telegraph in (The Island Magazine, #40, "English Immigration to P.E.I.", Elliott, Pg. 11) - also - P.E.I. Register, June 1 1830: "In the James, Peake, from Plymouth: Mr John T. Thomas, Miss Moyer, and 2 in steerage." also "The James, Peake, and Mary Jane, Pile, both from Plymouth arrived on Thursday, May 27; the former with loss of her main-top mast, and the latter with the loss of both top-masts. The weather they experienced was boisterous in the extreme. The James lost a man who was on the mast when it was carried away." As if this wasn't enough, the next report of the vessel was... PEI Register 3 Aug., 1830: The James, Peake, from hence, for Plymouth, was lost on the 10th July, on the Island of Little Miquelon, on the Newfoundland coast, having gone on shore in a thick fog, with the wind blowing strong at S.E. The passengers, 16 in number, and the crew were safely landed, with their baggage and have since arrived at St. Pierre's [CG]

05/27/1830

Mary Jane

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

Owned by the Peake Family, 6 Passengers. - P.E.I. Register, June 1, 1830: "In the Mary Jane from Plymouth...6 in steerage." also "The James, Peake, and Mary Jane, Pile, both from Plymouth arrived on Thursday, May 27; the former with loss of her main-top mast, and the latter with the loss of both top-masts. The weather they experienced was boisterous in the extreme. The James lost a man who was on the mast when it was carried away." [CG]

05/30/1830

Collina

Bideford, G. Britain

P.E.I.

74 Passengers from Devon and Cornwall, 63 from Plymouth. This ship is mentioned in "The Cradle of Confederation", by Lorne C. Callbeck, Pg. 136 as arriving in June. - also - Prince Edward Island Register, June 1 1830: "74 passengers, men women and children arrived in the Collina, Martin, Bideford, AFarmers , Labourers and Mechanics chiefly from the counties of Devon and Cornwall." and PEI Register 1 June, 1830: "ENTERED. brig Collina, Capt. Martin, from Bideford." [CG]

06/01/1830

Calypso

Falmouth, G. Britain

Richmond Bay, PEI.

From Lloyd's Register: The Calypso was a Barque of 265 tons built 1828 in PEI and owned by Thomas B. Chanter which brought passengers from Devon in this year. - also - PEI Register 1 June, 1830: "ENTERED. barque Calypso, Lowther, from Falmouth [arr. Richmond Bay]" [GC]

06/01/1830

Horatio Nelson

Antigua/Halifax

P.E.I.

PEI Register 1 June, 1830: "ENTERED. brig Horatio Nelson, Capt. Salmond, from Antigua & Halifax" [GC]

06/01/1830

Bacchus

Bideford, G. Britain

Richmond Bay, PEI.

PEI Register 8 June, 1830: "ENTERED. brig Bacchus, Capt. Howe, from Bideford [arr. Richmond Bay] to T.B. Chanter." [GC]

06/08/1830

Hannah

Ross, Ireland/Nfld.

P.E.I.

30 Passengers, also mentioned in "The Cradle of Confederation", by Lorne C. Callbeck, Pg.136. - also - P.E.I. Register, June 8, 1830: "In the Hannah, from Ross (Ireland) via Nfld. 30 settlers." [CG]

06/08/1830

Cornwallis

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PEI Register 8 June, 1830: "ENTERED. brig Cornwallis, Capt. McLeod, from Liverpool." [GC]

06/08/1830

New Bideford

Plymouth, G. Britain

Richmond Bay, P.E.I.

Abt. 70 Passengers. - also - P.E.I. Register, June 8, 1830: "In the New Bideford ,Mathewson, from Plymouth at Richmond Bay: Mrs. P. Duchemin, and family: Mrs. Miller and 63 settlers." and PEI Register 8 June, 1830: "ENTERED. brig New Bideford, Capt. Matthewson, from Plymouth." [CG]

06/08/1830

Favorite

Dublin, Ireland.

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register, June 8, 1830: "In the Favourite from Dublin: Mr Connery and 2 others." and PEI Register 8 June, 1830: "ENTERED. brig Favourite, Capt. Cowman, from Dublin." [CG]

06/08/1830

Amelia

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PEI Register 8 June, 1830: "The Amelia, Davies, from London, is just come in. She sailed from London on the 9th April, but did not leave land until the 29th. She brings no papers." [GC]

06/08/1830

Hero

P.E.I.

Barbadoes

PEI Register 8 June, 1830: "CLEARED. schooner Hero, Capt. Gaudin, for Barbadoes." [GC]

06/15/1830

Elizabeth

Liverpool, G. Britain

Cascumpec, PEI.

PEI Register 15 June, 1830: "ENTERED. brig Elizabeth, Capt. Lanly, from Liverpool, with naval stores, also materials for a steam engine to S.S. Hill." [GC]

06/15/1830

Euphemia

Falmouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

 

06/15/1830

Amaryllis

Antigua

Cascumpec, PEI.

PEI Register 15 June, 1830: "ENTERED. brig Amaryllis, Capt. Campbell, from Antigua [arr. New London]." [GC]

06/15/1830

Calypso

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

PEI Register 15 June, 1830: "CLEARED. barque Calypso, Capt. Lowther, for Bideford." [GC]

06/22/1830

Sappho

Bideford, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PEI Register 22 June, 1830: "ENTERED. brig Sappho, Capt. Day, from Bideford, with 4 passengers." [GC]

06/22/1830

Breakwater

Plymouth, G. Britain

New London, PEI.

8 Passengers - also - PEI Register 22 June, 1830: "ENTERED. brig Breakwater, Capt. Newman, from Plymouth, with 39 live apple trees" [arr. New London] [GC]

06/22/1830

Mary Jane

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

PEI Register 22 June, 1830: "CLEARED. brig Mary Jane, Capt. Pile, for Plymouth" [GC]

06/22/1830

Elizabeth

P.E.I.

Dartmouth, G. Britain

PEI Register 22 June, 1830: "CLEARED. brig Elizabeth, Capt. Lang, for Dartmouth." [GC]

06/29/1830

Rosa

Suffolk, via Quebec

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register, June 29, 1830: "In the Rosa, Gerard, from Quebec, 50 passengers from County Suffolk via Quebec." [CG]

06/29/1830

Margaret & Polly

Montserrat

P.E.I.

PEI Register 29 June, 1830 - ENTERED. brigantine Margaret & Polly, Capt. Blathwayt from Montserrat, with 2 kegs tamarinds, 200 cocoanuts [GC]

06/29/1830

Felicity

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

PEI Register 29 June, 1830: "CLEARED - barque Felicity, Capt. Dugdale, for Bristol" [GC]

07/02/1830

Doris

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PEI Register 6 July, 1830: "ENTERED. brig Doris, Capt. Roberts, from Liverpool." [GC]

07/06/1830

Saltern's Rock

Cork, Ireland.

P.E.I.

PEI Register 6 July, 1830: "ENTERED. brig Saltern's Rock, Capt. Mollard, from Cork, with 40 tons coals." [GC]

07/06/1830

Bacchus

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

PEI Register 6 July, 1830: "CLEARED. Bacchus, Capt. Howes, for Bideford." [GC]

07/06/1830

James

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

PEI Register 6 July, 1830: "CLEARED. brig James, Capt. Peake, for Plymouth." [GC]

07/06/1830

Staffa

P.E.I.

Greenock, G. Britain

PEI Register 6 July, 1830: "CLEARED. brig Staffa, Capt. Dobson, for Greenock." [GC]

07/06/1830

Breakwater

P.E.I.

Teignmouth, G. Britain

PEI Register 6 July, 1830: "CLEARED. brig Breakwater, Capt. Newman, for Teignmouth." [GC]

07/10/1830

Pandora

Pugwash/P.E.I.

Waterford, Ireland

PEI Register 13 July, 1830: "The brigs Pandora, Baldway, and Favourite, Cowman, both from Pugwash, came to anchor off this port on Friday. On Saturday, the former sailed for Waterford, and this morning the latter sailed for Dublin." [CG]

07/13/1830

Favorite

Pugwash/P.E.I.

Dublin, Ireland

PEI Register 13 July, 1830: "The brigs Pandora, Baldway, and Favourite, Cowman, both from Pugwash, came to anchor off this port on Friday. On Saturday, the former sailed for Waterford, and this morning the latter sailed for Dublin." [CG]

07/13/1830

Euphemia

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

P.E.I. Register, Jul 13, 1830: "In the Euphemia to Bideford; Mr Stewart and family: Collector of the Customs of this Port." [CG]

07/13/1830

Don

Waterford, Ireland.

Orwell Bay, PEI.

PEI Register 13 July, 1830: "ENTERED. brig Don, Capt. Anderson, from Waterford, with 4 cases musical instruments" [arr. Orwell Bay] [GC]

07/13/1830

Amelia

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

PEI Register 13 July, 1830: "CLEARED. brig Amelia, Capt. Davies, for Plymouth." [GC]

07/20/1830

Collina

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

PEI Register 20 July, 1830: "CLEARED. brig Collina, Capt. Martin, for Bideford." [CG]

07/20/1830

Amaryllis

P.E.I.

West Indies

PEI Register 20 July, 1830: "CLEARED. Amaryllis, Capt. Howard, for West Indies." [CG]

07/27/1830

Hibernia

Chatham, G. Britain

P.E.I.

PEI Register 27 July, 1830: "ENTERED. ship Hibernia, Capt. Owston, from Chatham, in 34 days. The Hibernia, Owston, from Chatham, arrived yesterday. Sailed on the 2d of June. Off Cape Race spoke the Foundling, Scott, from Greenock for Quebec, out 39 days." [CG]

07/27/1830

Happy Return

Turks Isl.

P.E.I.

PEI Register 27 July, 1830: "ENTERED. schooner Happy Return, Capt. Nelmes, from Turks Island" [CG]

07/27/1830

Henrietta

Newfoundland

P.E.I.

P.E.I. Register, Jul 27, 1830: "In the Henrietta from NFLD, Mr Branscomb of St John's and son." [CG]

07/27/1830

Jane

Mirimachi/P.E.I.

Jamaica

PEI Register 27 July, 1830: "The brig Jane, Dodd, from Miramichi, bound for Jamaica, put in here on Wednesday, and sailed again the day following." [GC].

08/03/1830

HMS Rose

Pictou, N.S.

P.E.I.

PEI Register 3 Aug., 1830: "Arrived on Saturday, H.M.S. Rose, Capt. Dewar, from Pictou. Sailed again this forenoon." [GC].

08/05/1830

Richard Smith

Pictou, N.S.

Charlottetown, P.E.I.

PEI Register Tues., 3 Aug., 1830, page 3: "The Richard Smith ,Steam Boat, intended to ply on the East River of Pictou, between the Town and the Coal Mines is now in full operation. Her engine (30 horse power) is sufficient to impel her to Charlotte Town, and the Pictou Patriot hopes that it will not be long before she carries the mail thither" also P.E.I. Register, 10 Aug., 1830: "Richard Smith" 1st steamship to arrive at Charlottetown on 5 Aug., 1830 PEI Register Tues., 10 Aug., 1830, page 3: We were on Thursday gratified with the arrival of the Richard Smith, being the first Steam Vessel that entered this port. The novelty of the occurrence attracted a large concourse of spectators, who cheered her as she approached the wharf. Mr. Smith the Manager of the Albion Mines and several other gentlemen, came passengers in her. Next morning his Excellency the Lieut. Governor, and a large party, were treated with a sail up the Hillsborough; and about twelve o'clock, she again started for Pictou."[GC] - Owned by Pictou Mines. First steamer to enter Charlottetown Harbour. Took Lt. Gov. Ready and party for sail up the Hillsborough. Ref: P.E.I. Magazine, Vol. II, pg. 373.

08/10/1830

Elizabeth and May

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I. Register, Aug 10, 1830: "In the Elizabeth and May, Henderson to Plymouth, Mr. Nantes." [CG]

08/10/1830

Minerva

Yarmouth, G. Britain

P.E.I./Quebec

80 Passengers, mostly labourers and mechanics from Norfolk and Suffolk with their wives and children. All but three chose to remain on P.E.I. (The Island Magazine, #41, "English Immigration to P.E.I. Part 2", Elliott, Pg. 6.). Also referenced in Nat. Archives, R5846-O-X-E, Mary C. Brehaut. Finally, from Patriot Thurs., 1 Dec., 1898 page 3 - Obituary for Jabez Arbing who died 20 Nov., 1898, aged 88. He came to PEI from Suffolk, England on the ship Minerva in 1830. - also - P.E.I. Register, Aug 10, 1830: "In the Minerva from Yarmouth 57 days passage: 80 settlers from Norfolk and Suffolk on Aug 7: all but three will settle on PEI. Some farmers among them with money to purchase farms.", PEI Register 10 Aug., 1830, "The brig Favourite, Cowman, from hence for Dublin, was spoken with on the 24th ult. in lat. 47 lon. 47, by the Minerva, arrived here from Yarmouth." [CG]

08/10/1830

Saltern's Rock

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

PEI Register 10 Aug., 1830: "CLEARED. brig Saltern's Rock, Mallard, for Bideford [dep. Richmond Bay]" [CG]

08/10/1830

Don

P.E.I.

Waterford, Ireland

PEI Register 10 Aug., 1830: "CLEARED. brig Don, Anderson, for Waterford." [CG]

08/10/1830

Henrietta

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

PEI Register 10 Aug., 1830: "CLEARED. schooner Henrietta, Capt. Peake, for Plymouth." [CG]

08/17/1830

Doris

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I. Register, Aug 17, 1830: "In the Doris, Roberts, to Liverpool: Mr. Edmond Stewart." [CG]

08/18/1830

Mary

Tobermory, Scotland.

P.E.I.

The Royal Gazette, Aug 24 1830: "Brig Mary of Newcastle arrived here on Wed., August 18, 36 days from Tobermory; 330 passengers, natives of the Isle of Skye; 100 went to Quebec, and a few with relations in Cape Breton went there; the rest stayed here. Two other vessels from the same port are looked for daily. The people are "well-supplied with provisions. (They are) a hardy, vigorous set of people, not a pauper among them.", Royal Gazette 24 Aug., 1830: "ENTERED. brig Mary, Capt. Jacobson, from Tobermory, with passengers." [CG]

08/20/1830

Venus

Yarmouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

80 Passengers. The Royal Gazette, Aug 21, 1830: "80 settlers arrived August 20, from counties of Norfolk and Suffolk on the barque Venus from Yarmouth...several respectable-looking Mechanics and Agriculturists with their wives and children." Also referenced in Nat. Archives, R5846-O-X-E, Mary C. Brehaut. Royal Gazette Tues., 31 Aug., 1830: "Entered barque Venus, Simmons, Yarmouth, 80 passengers", Royal Gazette 31 Aug., 1830: "ENTERED. barque Venus, Capt. Simmons, from Yarmouth, with 80 passengers." [GC]

08/31/1830

Brothers

Teignmouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

Royal Gazette Tues., 31 Aug., 1830: "Brig Brothers, Poland, from Teignmouth, in ballast", Royal Gazette 31 Aug., 1830: "CLEARED. brig Brothers, Capt. Poland, for Teignmouth, with lumber." [GC]

09/14/1830

Hero

Turks Island & Barbadoes

P.E.I.

Royal Gazette 14 Sep., 1830 - ENTERED schooner Hero, Capt. Gaudin, from Turks Island & Barbadoes. [GC]

09/21/1830

Mary Jane

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

Owned by the Peake Family - Royal Gazette 21 Sep., 1830: "ENTERED. brig Mary Jane, Capt. Pile, from Plymouth."

09/28/1830

Brittania

P.E.I.

Cork, Ireland

Royal Gazette 28 Sep., 1830: "CLEARED. barque Britannia, Capt. Perriam, for Cork, with timber." [CG]

09/28/1830

Hibernia

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

Royal Gazette, Oct 05 1830: "In the Hibernia to Liverpool, Mr. Richard Goff.", Royal Gazette 28 Sep., 1830: "CLEARED. ship Hibernia, Capt. Owston, for Liverpool." [CG]

10/05/1830

Calypso

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

Royal Gazette 5 Oct., 1830: "ENTERED. barque Calypso, Capt. Lowther, from Plymouth." [GC]

10/05/1830

Mary Jane

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

Royal Gazette 5 Oct., 1830: "CLEARED. brig Mary Jane, Capt. Pile, for Plymouth, with lumber." [GC]

10/12/1830

Staffa

Greenock, Scotland.

P.E.I.

Royal Gazette, Oct 12 1830: "In the Staffa from Greenoch, Rev James McIntosh of the parish of Tain in Ross-shire going to the Scotch Presbyterian Church in Ch'town.", Royal Gazette 12 Oct., 1830: "ENTERED. brig Staffa, Capt. Dobson, from Greenock." [CG] - also - Dobson, David. Ships from Scotland to America, 1628-1828. Volume II. Baltimore, MD, USA: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2002: "Staffa, from Greenock, with Rev. James Macintosh, arrived in Prince Edward Island by 12 Oct 1830." [Brian Molyneaux]

10/26/1830

Bacchus

Bideford, G. Britain

P.E.I.

Royal Gazette 26 Oct., 1830: "ENTERED. brig Bachus, Capt. Howes, from Bideford." [GC]

10/26/1830

Horatio Nelson

Barbadoes

P.E.I.

Royal Gazette 26 Oct., 1830: "ENTERED. brig Horatio Nelson, Capt. Nelson, from Barbadoes." - also - Royal Gazette 26 Oct., 1830 - Arrived on Wednesday last, the Horatio Nelson, Nelson, from Barbadoes. Reports that the Amaryllis, Howard, from hence was lost at Dominica in September last - crew saved. [GC}

10/26/1830

Happy Return

P.E.I.

Barbadoes

Royal Gazette 26 Oct., 1830: "CLEARED. schooner Happy Return, Nelmes, for Barbadoes." [GC]

11/02/1830

Collina

Bideford, G. Britain

P.E.I.

Royal Gazette 2 Nov., 1830: "ENTERED. brig, Collina. Capt. Martin, from Bideford." [GC]

11/02/1830

Favorite

P.E.I.

Barbadoes

Royal Gazette 2 Nov., 1830: "CLEARED. schooner Favourite, Capt. Darrell, for Barbadoes." [GC]

11/09/1830

Quebec Trader

Dublin, Ireland.

P.E.I.

2 Passengers. Royal Gazette, Nov 09 1830: "In the Quebec Trader from Dublin, Messrs. A. Willock and Theophilus Chappell, jun." [CG]

11/09/1830

Calypso

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

Royal Gazette, Nov 23 1830: "In the Calypso to Plymouth, Robert Mearns, Esq, Robert Hyndman, Esq., Mr. James Hyndman.", Royal Gazette 9 Nov., 1830: "CLEARED. barque Calypso, Capt. Vine, for Plymouth." [CG]

11/09/1830

Bacchus

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

Royal Gazette 9 Nov., 1830: "CLEARED. brig Bacchus, Capt. Howes, for Bideford." [GC]

11/09/1830

Bollina

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

Royal Gazette 9 Nov., 1830: "CLEARED. brig Bollina, Capt. Heay, for Bideford." [GC]

11/09/1830

Irene

P.E.I.

West Indies

Royal Gazette 9 Nov., 1830: "CLEARED. Ierne, Capt. Moys, for West Indies." [GC]

11/16/1830

Royal Edward

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

Royal Gazette 16 Nov., 1830 - ENTERED. barque Royal Edward, Capt. Harrison, from Liverpool. [GC]

11/16/1830

Amelia

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

Royal Gazette 16 Nov., 1830: "ENTERED. brig Amelia, Capt. Davies, from Plymouth." [GC]

11/16/1830

Elizabeth

Dartmouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

Royal Gazette 16 Nov., 1830: "Entered. Brig Elizabeth, Capt. Lang, from Dartmouth, with 14 passengers." [GC]

11/16/1830

Elizabeth

P.E.I.

Teignmouth, G. Britain

Royal Gazette 16 Nov., 1830: "CLEARED. Brig Elizabeth, Capt. Lang, for Teignmouth." [GC]

11/23/1830

Irene

P.E.I.

West Indies

Royal Gazette, Nov 23 1830: "In the Ierne (Irene?) For the West Indies, Samuel S. Hill, Esq." [CG]

11/30/1830

Royal Edward

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

Royal Gazette 30 Nov., 1830: "CLEARED. barque Royal Edward, Capt. Harrison, for Liverpool." [CG]

11/30/1830

Adelaide

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

Royal Gazette 30 Nov., 1830: "CLEARED. schooner Adelaide, Capt. Beautyman, for Plymouth." [CG]

11/30/1830

Elizabeth

P.E.I.

Teignmouth, G. Britain

Royal Gazette 16 Nov., 1830: "CLEARED. brig Elizabeth, Capt. Lang, for Teignmouth." [GC]

12/14/1830

Collina

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

Royal Gazette, Dec 14 1830: "Sailed on Friday, the Collina, Martin for Bideford" [CG]

12/13/1830

Amelia

P.E.I.

London, G. Britain

Royal Gazette 7 Dec., 1830: "CLEARED. brig Amelia, Capt. Davies, for London, with 57 tons bird's eye maple.", Royal Gazette 14 Dec., 1830 - Sailed on Friday, the Collina, Martin for Bideford, and yesterday the Amelia, Davies for London. PASSENGERS. In the Bacchus for Bideford - Mr. Billing. In the Amelia for London - Mr. C.D. Rankin. - It appears this vessel, though the 7th Dec. report says it cleared, may only have gone to another P.E.I. port to leave finally on the 13th. [CG]

12/14/1830

Bacchus

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

Royal Gazette, Dec 14 1830: "In the Bacchus for Bideford, Mr. Billing." [CG]

12/23/1830

Quebec Trader

P.E.I.

Dublin, Ireland

Royal Gazette, Dec 23 1830: "In the Quebec Trader, Lamb, to Dublin: Mr. and Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Connery, Mr. Francis Longworth, jun., and Mr. John Thomas." [CG]

12/25/1830

Jessie, and Sampson

P.E.I.

Liverpool. G. Britain

From "The Times" (London) - "1824 Aug 11 July ??.- The brigs Jessie and Sampson, which sailed about the 25th of December, from Prince Edward's Island for Liverpool, have not since been heard of." [Brian Molyneaux]

00/00/1830

Acadian Lassie

Ireland

P.E.I.

The Island Guardian, Oct 27 1892: "Obit for Samuel Bell, born 31 Oct., 1799 at Doungoer, Antrim, Ireland; arrived 1830 in PEI on 'Acadian Lassie" " [GC]

00/00/1830

Rosa

Yarmouth, G. Britain

Quebec/P.E.I.

"160 to Quebec, 50 passengers of all ages to P.E.I., from the County of Suffolk, by the circuitous route of Quebec" (The Island Magazine, #41, "English Immigration to P.E.I. Part 2", Elliott, Pg. 5). Also referenced in Nat. Archives, R5846-O-X-E, Mary C. Brehaut.

00/00/1830

Lord Mulgrave

Scotland,

P.E.I.

Known Pass: Richard Hodgson, wife Katherine (Beals), sons, William & John Hodgson of Yorkshire. Note: despite the origin of the family, the vessel shipped from Scotland. (The Island Magazine, #40, "English Immigration to P.E.I. ", Elliott, Pg. 8), (PP of PEI, pg. 337). Also mentioned in Nat. Archives, R5846-O-X-E, Mary C. Brehaut.

00/00/1830

Mary Kennedy

Skye

Uigg, PEI.

Nat. Archives, R5846-O-X-E, Mary C. Brehaut. 80 Settlers. May be same vessel mentioned above as "Mary".

00/00/1830

Dunlop

Greenock, Scotland

Nova Scotia

Nat. Archives, R5846-O-X-E, Mary C. Brehaut. Capt. J. Brown. No mention of disposition of passengers.

01/11/1831

Unknown

G. Britain via N.S.

P.E.I.

2 Passengers.

04/19/1831

Mary Jane

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

Owned by the Peake Family.

05/17/1831

Staffa

Greenock, Scotland.

Three Rivers, PEI.

65 Passengers.

05/17/1831

Restitution

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

41 Passengers.

05/21/1831

Breakwater

Plymouth, G. Britain

New London, P.E.I.

29 Passengers.

05/21/1831

Preston

Yarmouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

 

05/24/1831

Quebec Trader

Waterford, Ireland.

P.E.I.

3 passengers.

05/24/1831

Luna

Dumphries, Scotland.

P.E.I.

 

05/31/1831

Amelia

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

Abt. 10 Passengers.

05/31/1831

Brothers

Teignmouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

 

05/31/1831

Adelaide

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

 

06/07/1831

Sappho

Bideford, G. Britain

C.B./P.E.I.

33 Passengers. Also listed in Nat. Archives, R5846-O-X-E, Mary C. Brehaut.

06/07/1831

Collina

Bideford, G. Britain

P.E.I.

 

06/07/1831

Bollina

Bideford, G. Britain

P.E.I./Quebec

Information regarding the Bollina; arr. P.E.I. 7th June 1831 forwarded by Arthur Dark. "One of the passengers was a Henry Elliott from Bucks Mills in North Devon who became a successful miller and J.P. in Canada. I have a copy of his obituary (cutting from an unknown newspaper) which gives the date of his sailing as the 4th May 1831 and his arrival at Bideford P.E.I. on the 5th June. The important words are: "After a stop there [P.E.I.] of ten days the tidy little craft which had brought 61 passengers safely from the old land, left for Quebec reaching the ancient capital ten or twelve days later. Mr. Elliott and about 30 other passengers came by bateaux to Kingston, thence by steamer to Port Hope. Some of the passengers who came out on the Bolina (sic) with the deceased were the late Joseph Adams and Robert Ashton and their families who settled in Columbus, Thomas Courtice, late of Pickering, an uncle of ex-Reeve L.M. Courtice, Richard Foley, late of Darlington and Mrs.Wm. Puley of Bowmanville, at that time a little girl." " An article by his grandson Dr. Jabez H. Elliott in The Canadian Statesman, January 1937 confirms his sailing on the 4th May 1831 and his reaching Bideford P.E.I. on June 5th 1831 as well as the rest of his journey."

06/07/1831

Hannah

Wexford, Ire./Nfld.

P.E.I.

22 Passengers.

06/14/1831

Baltic

Yarmouth, G. Britain

P.E.I./Quebec.

Found in The Norwich Mercury April 9th 1831: "Yarmouth 31st March 1831 NOTICE TO EMIGRANTS TO NORTH AMERICA The fast-sailing (A.1.) ship BALTIC, burthen 400 tons, Thomas EARBAGE commander, will sail again for Prince Edward Island and Quebec the 25th of April next with Passengers. This ship will be fitted in the most commodius manner as last year; and the passengers are hereby apprised that they will be received on board at the Quay by which the inconvenience, expense and loss attending their embarkation in the Roads will be prevented; and if required they may secure their berths and remain on board the Ship three days before her departure, enabling them to attend to their baggage being deposited in safety before going to sea; and passengers desirous of proceeding to Montreal will be forwarded from Quebec at the Ship's expense. For particulars apply at the Counting House of Messrs Isaac Preston & Son, Southtown or to the captain on board. The PRESTON, Capt. WOODTHORPE, will positively sail on Monday next the 11th instant from Yarmouth" [info from Andrew Hinshaw, who tells me that his ancestors William Smith and Anne Dobbin arrived on PEI on this vessel] - also -152 Pass. 24 came to P.E.I., the rest went to Quebec.(The Island Magazine, #41, "English Immigration to P.E.I. Part 2", Elliott, Pg. 6). The Baltic was a Brig of 252 tons built 1820 at Yarmouth, England and owned by Mr. Preston

06/14/1831

Minerva

Yarmouth, G. Britain

P.E.I./Quebec.

122 Pass. incl. the families of John Birt, John Cook, William Smith, Charles Gibb(s), and Samuel Mayhew. Some others went to Quebec. (The Island Magazine, #41, "English Immigration to P.E.I. Part 2", Elliott, Pg. 6)

07/27/1831

Horatio Nelson

P.E.I.

Barbadoes

PEI Register 27 July, 1831: "CLEARED. brig Horatio Nelson, Capt. Nelson, for Barbadoes." [GC].

08/02/1831

Catherine

Halifax

P.E.I.

Royal Gazette Tues., 2 Aug., 1831, page 3 - "Arrived brig Catherine, Capt John Cunard, from Halifax in ballast." [GC].

08/11/1831

Venus

Dublin, Ire.

Three Riv. P.E.I./Que.

40 Pass. here/150 to Quebec.

08/30/1831

Catherine

P.E.I.

London

Royal Gazette Tues., 30 Aug., 1831, page 3 - "Cleared brig Catherine, Capt Finlay, for London; cargo of wheat, oats and 6 cases of Governor Ready's baggage." [GC].

09/02/1831

Mary Jane

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

Owned by the Peake Family.

09/03/1831

Adelaide

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

 

09/03/1831

Felicity

Bristol, G. Britain

Murray Harbour, P.E.I.

 

09/06/1831

Staffa

Greenock, Scotland.

Three Rivers, P.E.I.

156 Passengers.

09/12/1831

Mary Ann

Tobermory, Scotland.

Point Prim, P.E.I.

 

09/13/1831

Jemima

Pictou, N.S.

P.E.I.

Royal Gazette Tues., 13 Sep., 1831: "The Jemima, packet arr from Pictou with passengers Mr. H. Blackadore, Mr. Gates, Miss Thresher and 2 others". [GC]

09/13/1831

S. S. Royal William

Halifax.

Maritimes/Quebec.

Second steam ship to arrive in Charlottetown Harbour. Built in Quebec to serve the trade between Quebec and the Maritime Provinces. [GC] Royal Gazette Tues., 13 Sep., 1831, page 3: "THE ROYAL WILLIAM STEAMSHIP, - on Wednesday, this elegant and substantial vessel touched here on her way from Halifax to Quebec via Miramichi."
More Info and Passengers

09/19/1831

Royal William [Barque]

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

The barque Royal William, Capt Peake, arrived at Charlottetown 19 Sep., 1831 from Plymouth with goods to J. Peake, passengers Mr. & Mrs. Merry [GC]

09/20/1831

George

P.E.I.

Mirimachi, N.B.

Royal Gazette 20 Sep., 1831 - Cleared the sloop George, Captain Wood for Miramichi with goods. [GC]

09/20/1831

George and Henry

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

 

09/20/1831

George

P.E.I.

Mirimachi, N.B.

Royal Gazette 20 Sep., 1831 - "Cleared the sloop George, Captain Wood for Miramichi with goods" [GC]

10/01/1831

Adelaide

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

The Royal Gazette, Jan 17 1832: "The Adelaide, Barrett, from hence arrived at Plymouth, Oct 23, 1831, 22 days passage." [CG]

10/04/1831

William Pitt

London, G. Britain

Quebec.

Bound for Quebec.

10/06/1831

Amelia

London, G. Britain

Orwell Bay, PEI.

8 Passengers.

10/17/1831

Felicity

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "17 Oct., 1831 - "Felicity" Capt. Geo. Dugdale, for Bristol" [GC]

10/18/1831

The Happy Return

Antigua

Halifax, N.S.

PEI Register 18 Oct., 1831: "The Happy Return, Capt. Nelmes, of this Port, has arrived at Halifax, in 20 days from Antigua." [CG]

10/18/1831

Ellen

Bideford, G. Britain

P.E.I.

Few Passengers.

10/28/1831

Royal William

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "28 Oct., 1831 - "Royal William" Capt. Thos. Peake, for Plymouth" [GC]

11/02/1831

Amelia

P.E.I.

London, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "02 Nov., 1831 - "Amelia" Capt. Simon Davies, for London" [GC]

11/29/1831

Quebec Trader

Dublin, Ireland.

P.E.I.

19 Passengers.

11/30/1831

Amyntas

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "30 Nov., 1831 - "Amyntas" Capt. John Matthewson, for Plymouth" [GC]

11/29/1831

Sappho

Bideford, G. Britain

P.E.I.

 

12/01, 04/1831

Happy Return

P.E.I.

Jamaica

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "01 Dec., 1831 - "Happy Return" for Jamaica" - also - PEI Register 6 Dec., 1831 - CLEARED, Dec. 4, schr. Happy Return, Capt. Nelmes, for Jamaica, with oats, fish, potatoes, boards, 15 Indian buckets by S. Nelmes.[GC]

12/07/1831

George & Henry

P.E.I.

British West Indies

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "07 Dec., 1831 - "George & Henry" Capt.James Smith, for British West Indies" [GC]

03/22/1832

Corsair

Liverpool, G. Britain

Halifax, N.S.

The Liverpool Advertiser, Mar 29 1832: "Brig Corsair, Joseph Jenkinson Master, sailed for Halifax, on Thursday, March 8, and on Thursday, March 22, passed Holyhead, thus completing her passage across the Atlantic in 14 days, one of the most expeditious recorded in this part." [CG]

05/01/1832

Royal William

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

Royal Gazette, May 1, 1832: "In the Royal William, Peake, from Plymouth: Mr. James Peake, Mr. Bell, surgeon, Mr. Perkins, Capt. Nichols and 20 in steerage." [CG]

05/08/1832

Pandora

Waterford, Ireland.

P.E.I.

First trip of season 106 passengers unnamed, Pg. 21, Everyday & Extroardinary, Almanac of the History of Prince Edward Island", Boyde Beck and Edward MacDonald, P.E.I.M.H.F. - Also - Royal Gazette, May 08 1832: "May 8, 1832. In the Pandora, Baldwin, from Waterford: Mr. Mark of the celebrated Russian Horn Band and Mr. Sleuchman, Professor of Music, enroute to USA, and 106 in steerage." [CG]

05/08/1832

Baltic

Yarmouth, G. Britain

Sailed 03/25/1832, Yarmouth, G. Britain - P.E.I./Quebec.

96, 50 continued to Quebec. See ad from Suffolk Chronicle, March 1, 1832 promoting the crossing, The Island Magazine, #41, "English Immigration to P.E.I. Part 2", Elliott, Pg. 5. Some of the passengers on this crossing were Jacob Ling (1786- ca. 1836), St. Margaret's Parish, Suffolk, Eng., wife Ann Stanford (1794-), and children George Stanford (1821-1871), Jacob (1819-1895), William (1821-1871), Horace (1823-1859), Ann (1826-), and John Stanford (1828-1892) also: Royal Gazette 8 May, 1832: Passengers Mr. and Mrs. Worthy and son and 93 in the steerage - 50 of whom proceed to Quebec. [GC & CG].

05/11/1832

Phoenix

Greenock, Scotland.

Three Rivers, P.E.I.

30 - 40 Passengers. - Royal Gazette, May 22, 1832: "Twelve families, 30-40 individuals, landed at Three Rivers from Brig Phoenix, from Greenoch on May 11. The vessel had previously performed quarantine at Pictou where she landed a number of passengers." [CG]

05/15/1832

Mary Jane

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

Owned by the Peake Family, 3 Passengers. - Royal Gazette, May 15, 1832: " In the Mary Jane, from Liverpool, Lieut. Colin McDonald, Mr. Francis Longworth, Jun, and Mr. Irving." [CG]

05/15/1832

Rambler

P.E.I.

Barbadoes

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "15 May, 1832 - "Rambler" Capt. Alexr. McFarlane, for Barbadoes" [GC]

05/16/1832

Sappho

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "16 May, 1832 - "Sappho" Capt. William Day, for Liverpool, GB" [GC]

05/24/1832

Preston

Yarmouth, G. Britain

P.E.I./Quebec.

Sailed 04/05/1832, Yarmouth, G. Britain - 79 pass. and 75 for Quebec. See ad from Suffolk Chronicle March 1, 1832 promoting the crossing, The Island Magazine, #41, "English Immigration to P.E.I. Part 2", Elliott, Pg. 5. Also see the Royal Gazette 29 May 1832: "The "Preston" Capt. Waters arrived 24 May, from Yarmouth, Eng., with passengers 79 of whom landed at Ch'town . The remaining 74[?] proceed to Quebec". [GC]

05/27/1832

Calypso

Bideford, G. Britain

Richmond Bay, PEI.

197 Westcountry Passengers, "Chiefly mechanics and labourers. (The Island Magazine, #41, "English Immigration to P.E.I. Part 2", Elliott, Pg. 4). Also see the Royal Gazette 29 May 1832: ""Calypso", Capt. Grossard from Bideford, Eng., arr. Richmond Bay with 197 passengers on 27 May". [GC & CG]

05/29/1832

Amelia

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

6 Passengers. - Royal Gazette, May 29, 1832: "In the Amelia, Davies, from London: Mr and Mrs. E. Holland and 4 others." [CG]

05/29/1832

Amyntas

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

17 Passengers. - Royal Gazette, May 29, 1832: "In the Amyntas, Matthewson, from Liverpool, Mr. William Compton and 16 others." [CG]

06/01/1832

Isabella

P.E.I.

Scotland

"Isabella" arrived 1 June, 1832 at PEI, with passengers James Proudfoot, his wife Jennet Cairns & son Christopher Cairns Proudfoot" - source for this is "Memories of My Life and Times" by George Alexander Cairns, page 19 [CG]

06/05/1832

Sappho

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

Royal Gazette, May 29, 1832: "In the Sappho, Day, to Liverpool, Mrs. Nantes." [CG]

06/05/1832

Fame

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

 

06/05/1832

Sarah and Eliza

Bideford, G. Britain

P.E.I.

75 Passengers. - Royal Gazette, Jun 05, 1832: "In the Brig Sarah and Eliza, 35 days from Bideford; 75 passengers, all in good health, including Mr. Bartlett and family on their way to Canada. " [CG]

06/11/1832

Pandora

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "11 June, 1832 - "Pandora" Capt. Wm. Baldwin, for Liverpool" [GC]

06/18/1832

Royal William

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "18 June, 1832 - "Royal William" Capt. Thos. Peake, for Plymouth" [GC]

06/19/1832

Breakwater

Plymouth, G. Britain

Richmond Bay, P.E.I.

50 Passengers.

06/22/1832

Rambler

P.E.I.

Barbadoes

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "22 June, 1832 - "Rambler" Capt. William Barkley, for Barbadoes " [GC]

06/27/1832

Amelia

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "27 June, 1832 - "Amelia" Capt. Simon Davies, for Plymouth" [GC]

07/02/1832

Two Brothers

P.E.I.

Barbadoes

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "02 July, 1832 - "Two Brothers" Capt. Geo. Darrell, for Barbadoes" [GC]

07/03/1832

Amity

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

28 passengers - From "A History of the Pastoral Unit of New London and Springfield": "Rev. Thomas Henry Walpole (1799-1840) arrived at Charlottetown on the "Amity" on 3 July, 1832." - also - Royal Gazette Tues., 3 July, 1832: "In the Amity, from Bristol - Mrs. Cambridge, Mr. and Miss Wright, Rev. Mr. Walpole, Messrs. Walpole, Sen & Son, Mr. George Wright, jun., Capt. Pierce and 20 in the Steerage. From New Brunswick - The Right Rev. Aeneas McEachern, R.C. Bishop of Charlotte-Town." [GC]

07/03/1832

Fame

P.E.I.

Penzance, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "03 July, 1832 - "Fame" Capt. Wm. J. Cowell, for Penzance" [GC]

07/05/1832

Lion Hill

P.E.I.

London, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "05 July, 1832 - "Lion Hill" Capt. Richard Richards, for London" [GC]

07/07/1832

Amyntas

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "07 July, 1832 - "Amyntas" Capt. John Matthewson, for Plymouth" [GC]

07/07/1832

Sarah & Eliza

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "09 July, 1832 - "Sarah & Eliza" Capt. John Westacott, for Bideford" [GC]

07/10/1832

Norna

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

 

07/14/1832

Ellen

Bideford, G. Britain

P.E.I.

20 Passengers.

07/19/1832

Calypso

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "19 July, 1832 - "Calypso" Capt. Lewis Grossard, for Bideford" [GC]

07/20/1832

Breakwater

P.E.I.

Ilfracombe, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "20 July, 1832 - "Breakwater" Capt. John Lovering, for Ilfracombe, GB" [GC]

07/23/1832

Plough Boy

P.E.I.

Antigua

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "23 July, 1832 - "Plough Boy" Capt. Badam Eames, for Antigua" [GC]

07/25/1832

Elizabeth

P.E.I.

St. Pierre

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "25 July, 1832 - "Elizabeth" Capt. John McCoy, for St. Pierres" [GC]

07/28/1832

Unknown

England/N.B.

P.E.I.

8 Passengers.

08/07/1832

Isabella

P.E.I.

Dungarvon, Wales

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "07 Aug., 1832 - "Isabella" Capt. Wm. P. Grossard, for Dungarvon, with timber" [GC]

08/10/1832

Maria

P.E.I.

St. Pierre

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "10 Aug., 1832 - "Maria" Capt. Wm. Bishop, for St. Pierres" [GC]

08/11/1832

Equity

P.E.I.

St. Pierre

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "11 Aug., 1832 - "Equity" Capt. John Murray, for St. Pierres" [GC]

08/11/1832

William

P.E.I.

Barbadoes

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "11 Aug., 1832 - "William" Capt. John Wellington, for Barbadoes" [GC]

08/16/1832

Industry

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "16 Aug., 1832 - "Industry" Capt. Wm. Grigg, for Bideford" [GC]

08/17/1832

Margaret Simpson

P.E.I.

St. Pierre

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "17 Aug., 1832 - "Margaret Simpson" Capt. Alexr. McDonald, for St. Pierres" [GC]

08/29/1832

Ellen

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "29 Aug., 1832 - "Ellen" Capt. Fairfax Fishwick, for Bideford" [GC]

09/03/1832

Pandora

Waterford, Ireland.

Quaranteen Gnd., P.E.I.

19 Passengers.

09/12/1832

Carib

P.E.I.

Barbadoes

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "12 Sep., 1832 - "Carib" Capt. Samuel Nelmes, for Barbadoes" - also - Royal Gazette 18 Sep., 1832 - CLEARED. brigantine Carib, Nelmes, for Barbadoes, with lumber, herring, oats & sheep. [GC]

09/22/1832

Mary Jane

Newport, Wales.

P.E.I.

Owned by the Peake Family.

10/02/1832

Royal William

Plymouth, G. Britain

Quaranteen Gnd., P.E.I.

Abt 14 Passengers. Royal Gazette 9 Oct., 1832 - ENTERED. Royal William, barque, Capt. Thos. Peake, from Plymouth, with goods. [GC]

10/09/1832

Bollina

Bideford, G. Britain

P.E.I.

Royal Gazette 9 Oct., 1832 - ENTERED. Bollina, brig, Capt. Heay, from Bideford, in ballast. [GC]

10/16/1832

Amelia

Plymouth, Eng.

P.E.I.

4 Passengers. Royal Gazette 16 Oct., 1832 - ENTERED. Amelia, brig, Capt. Davies, from Plymouth. [GC]

10/24/1832

Amyntas

Penzance, G. Britain

P.E.I.

Royal Gazette 23 Oct., 1832 - ENTERED. Amyntas, brig, Capt. John Matthewson, from Penzance. [GC]

10/27/1832

Bollina

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "27 Oct., 1832 - "Bollina" Capt. John Heay, for Bideford, with lumber" [GC]

10/29/1832

Seaflower

P.E.I.

Gloucester, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "29 Oct., 1832 - "Seaflower" Capt. Watson Wilson, for Gloucester" [GC]

11/01/1832

Mary Jane

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "01 Nov., 1832 - "Mary Jane" Capt. Saml. Pile, for Plymouth" [GC]

11/13/1832

George & Henry

Dublin, Ireland

P.E.I.

Royal Gazette 13 Nov, 1832 - "ENTERED, "George & Henry", brigantine, from Dublin, with salt." [GC]

11/13/1832

Amelia

P.E.I.

London, G. Britain

Royal Gazette 13 Nov, 1832 - "CLEARED, "Amelia", brig, Capt. Davies, for London, with lumber, by N. Davies." [GC]

11/17/1832

Earl Grey

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "17 Nov., 1832 - "Earl Grey" Capt. Richard Pearse, for Bristol" [GC]

11/21/1832

George & Henry

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "21 Nov., 1832 - "George & Henry" Capt. Matthew Doyle, for Bristol" [GC]

11/28/1832

Quebec Trader

P.E.I.

London, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "28 Nov., 1832 - "Quebec Trader" Capt. Willm. R. Dowling, for London" [GC]

12/04/1832

Swift

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "04 Dec., 1832 - "Swift" Capt. John Redmore, for Plymouth" [GC]

12/04/1832

Two Brothers

St. Vincent's

P.E.I.

Royal Gazette 4 Dec, 1832 - ENTERED, "Two Brothers", schooner, Capt. Darrell, from St. Vincent's, with rum & sugar [GC]

00/00/1832

Amith

Glasgow, Scotland.

Churchill & West River, P.E.I.

Exact Date Unknown. Nat. Archives, R5846-O-X-E, Mary C. Brehaut, lists destination Churchill and West River, PEI.

00/00/1832

Northumberland

Tobermory

Sydney, N.S.

Nat. Archives, R5846-O-X-E, Mary C. Brehaut, lists this arrival, with 300 pass. from S. Uist. No mention of disposition of passengers.

05/21/1833

Royal William

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

7 Passengers.

05/28/1833

Breakwater

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

11 Passengers.

05/28/1833

Amelia

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

 

05/28/1833

Pandora

Waterford, Ireland.

P.E.I.

34 Passengers.

05/28/1833

Mary Jane

Cardiff, Wales.

P.E.I.

Owned by the Peake Family.

05/28/1833

Ebenezer

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "28 May, 1833 - "Ebenezer" Capt. James Marshall, for Bideford" [GC]

06/04/1833

Ellen

Bideford, G. Britain

P.E.I.

2 Passengers.

06/04/1833

Amity

Bristol [Tobermory?], G. Britain

P.E.I.

7 Passengers. Some discrepancies in Nat. Archives, R5846-O-X-E, Mary C. Brehaut. Document states origin Skye, Mull v. Glasgow, dest. Pictou, Large number of pass. moved on Dolphin to Georgetown, P.E.I. Listed in document twice with different information. As the Amity was very active in 1833/34, this may have been yet, another sailing referred to.

06/05/1833

Baltic

Yarmouth, G. Britain

P.E.I./Quebec.

24 Pass. landed/39 to Que. (The Island Magazine, #41, "English Immigration to P.E.I. Part 2", Elliott, Pg. 6)

06/14/1833

Sarah and Elizabeth

Bideford, G. Britain

P.E.I.

40 Pass./14 to Bathurst, N.B.

06/19/1833

Mary Jane

P.E.I.

Gloucester, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "19 June, 1833 - "Mary Jane" Capt. Saml. Pile, for Gloucester" [GC]

06/21/1833

Amelia

P.E.I.

London, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "21 June, 1833 - "Amelia" Capt. Simon Davies, for London, with lumber" [GC]

06/25/1833

Unk. Steam Packet

Scot. via Pictou.

P.E.I.

Several Passengers.

07/01/1833

Royal William

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "01 July, 1833 - "Royal William" Capt. Thos. Peake, for Plymouth, with oats, lumber" [GC]

07/02/1833

Amity

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "02 July, 1833 - "Amity" Capt. Samuel Andrews, for Bristol, with potatoes, lumber" [GC]

07/10/1833

Charlotte

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "10 July, 1833 - "Charlotte" Capt. James Cheshire, for Plymouth, with potatoes, lumber" [GC]

07/31/1833

Priscilla

P.E.I.

St. Pierre

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "31 July, 1833 - "Priscilla" Capt. George Warren, for St. Pierres, with lumber" [GC]

08/12/1833

Carib

P.E.I.

Barbadoes

Royal Gazette 12 Aug., 1833: "CLEARED. brigantine Carib, Nelmes, for Barbadoes, with lumber." [GC]

09/24/1833

SS Royal William

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

3 Passengers.

10/08/1833

Amelia

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

5 Passengers.

10/08/1833

Mary Jane

Cardiff, Wales.

P.E.I.

Owned by the Peake Family, 3 Passengers.

10/29/1833

Amity

Bristol, G. Britain

Murray Harbour, PEI.

 

10/29/1833

Ellen

Bideford, G. Britain

P.E.I.

 

11/05/1833

Amelia

P.E.I.

London, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "05 Nov., 1833 - "Amelia" Capt. Simon Davies, for London, with 1 deal case of stuffed birds, produce of PEI, lumber" [GC]

11/11/1833

William Irvin

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "11 Nov., 1833 - "William Irvin" Capt. Anthony L. Herbert, for Plymouth, with lumber" [GC]

11/16/1833

Carib

P.E.I.

Bermuda

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "16 Nov., 1833 - "Carib" Capt. Samuel Nelmes, for Bermuda" - also - Royal Gazette 19 Nov., 1833: "CLEARED. brigantine Carib, Nelmes, Bermuda, with assorted cargo." [GC]

11/18/1833

Amity

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "18 Nov., 1833 - "Amity" Capt. Samuel Andrews, for Bristol, with lumber" [GC]

11/22/1833

Mary Jane

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "22 Nov., 1833 - "Mary Jane" for Plymouth, with lumber" [GC]

11/25/1833

Two Brothers

P.E.I.

Bermuda

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "25 Nov., 1833 - "Two Brothers" Capt. George Darrell, for Bermuda, with 6 dozen Indian baskets" [GC]

12/24/1833

Ann

Newfoundland

P.E.I.

Royal Gazette Tues., 24 Dec., 1833: Schooner Ann, Captain Orr, from Nfld, entered with goods. [GC]

05/08/1834

Catherine Jane

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "08 May, 1834 - "Catherine Jane" Capt. Hector McCarron, for Liverpool, with lumber; wild animal skins" [GC]

05/10/1834

Amity

Bristol, G. Britain

P.E.I.

 

05/13/1834

Royal William

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

9 Passengers.

05/13/1834

Calypso

Bideford, G. Britain

P.E.I.

56 Passengers.See ad from North Devon Journal in (The Island Magazine, #40, "English Immigration to P.E.I.", Elliott, Pg. 11)

05/13/1834

Pandora

Waterford, Ireland.

P.E.I.

76 Passengers.

05/13/1834

Temperance

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

 

05/20/1834

Britannia

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

 

05/20/1834

Eliza

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

 

05/20/1834

Unknown

Edinburgh, Scot.

P.E.I. via Pictou.

2 Passengers.

05/20/1834

Margaret

P.E.I.

Waterford, Ireland

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "20 May, 1834 - "Margaret" Capt. George Harris, for Waterford, Ireland" [GC]

05/22/1834

Milo

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "22 May, 1834 - "Unity" Capt. Thomas Jones, for Liverpool, GB, with lumber, furs" [GC]

06/09/1834

Britannia

P.E.I.

London, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "09 June, 1834 - "Britannia" Capt. William J. Roxby, for London, with lumber", Royal Gazette 10 June, 1834: "CLEARED. brig Britannia, Capt. Roxby, for London, with timber, by N. Davies." [GC]

07/01/1834

Mary Jane

Newport, Wales.

P.E.I.

Owned by the Peake Family.

07/05/1834

Anna

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "05 July, 1834 - "Anna" Capt. John McEachern, for Liverpool, GB, with lumber", Royal Gazette 8 July, 1834: "CLEARED. schooner Anna, Capt. McEachern, for Liverpool, with timber." [GC]

08/05/1834

Sappho

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

See ad from North Devon Journal in (The Island Magazine, #40, "English Immigration to P.E.I.", Elliott, Pg. 11)

08/07/1834

Diana

P.E.I.

Dundee, Scotland

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "07 Aug., 1834 - "Diana" Capt. Francis Wright, for Dundee, with lumber" [GC]

08/12/1834

Carib

P.E.I.

Barbadoes

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "12 Aug., 1834 - "Carib" Capt. Samuel Nelmes, for Barbadoes, with 14 bottles bears grease" [GC]

08/23/1834

Mary

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "23 Aug., 1834 - "Mary" Capt. George Polson, for Plymouth, with 218 woolskins" [GC]

08/23/1834

Victoria

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "23 Aug., 1834 - "Victoria" Capt. Lewis Truscott, for Plymouth, with 4 casks whale oil" [GC]

08/26/1834

Unity

Liverpool, G. Britain

P.E.I.

 

08/26/1834

Superb

Liverpool, G. Britain

Three Rivers, P.E.I.

5 Passengers.

09/30/1834

Royal William

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

12 Passengers.

09/30/1834

Pandora

Waterford, Ireland.

P.E.I.

9 Passengers.

09/30/1834

Eliza

Newport, G. Britain

P.E.I.

 

10/03/1834

Amity

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "03 Oct., 1834 - "Amity" Capt. Samuel Andrews, for Bristol, with lumber" [GC]

10/08/1834

Sarah

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "08 Oct., 1834 - "Sarah" Capt. James Finlay, for Bristol, with lumber" [GC]

10/21/1834

Britannia

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

Royal Gazette 21 Oct, 1834 - "ENTERED, "Britannia", brig, Capt. Roxby, from London, with goods." [GC] 2 Passengers.

10/21/1834

Ebeneezer

Bideford, G. Britain

P.E.I.

Capt J. Marshall - See ad from North Devon Journal in (The Island Magazine, #40, "English Immigration to P.E.I.", Elliott, Pg. 11)

10/24/1834

Time

P.E.I.

Bristol, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "24 Oct., 1834 - "Time" Capt. Charles Walters, for Bristol, with lumber" [GC]

10/27/1834

Three Sisters

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "27 Oct., 1834 - "Three Sisters" Capt. John Trevethan, for Plymouth" [GC]

10/27/1834

L'Etranger

P.E.I.

St. Pierre

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "28 Oct., 1834 - "L'Etranger" Capt. Prosper Ledret, forSt. Pierres" [GC]

11/07/1834

Royal William

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "07 Nov., 1834 - "Royal William" Capt. Thos. Peake, for Plymouth, with lumber" [GC]

11/08/1834

Brittania

P.E.I.

London, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "08 Nov., 1834 - "Britannia" Capt. William J. Roxby, for London with 228 pieces bird eye maple" [GC]

11/08/1834

John

P.E.I.

Newport, Wales

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "08 Nov., 1834 - "John" Capt. Samuel Eales, for Newport, Wales, with oysters, lumber" [GC]

11/11/1834

Britannia

P.E.I.

London, G. Britain

The Royal Gazette, Nov 11, 1834 - "Departed: In the Britannia for London, Mrs and Miss Mary Campbell, Miss Cullen and Miss Ellen Stewart." Brittania arrived 10/20/1834. [CG]

11/11/1834

Unity

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

The Royal Gazette, Nov 11, 1834 - "Departed: In the Unity for Liverpool, Mr. Tattersall." Unity was last know to have arrived 08/26/1834. [CG]

11/24/1834

Amyneas

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

The Royal Gazette, November 24, 1834 - "Departed: In the Amyneas, for Plymouth, Mr and Mrs Billing of New London (PEI, gone for a year)" Ships arrival date here unknown. [CG]

12/05/1834

President

P.E.I.

Bermuda

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "05 Dec., 1834 - "President" Capt. James Fraser, for Bermuda" [GC]

12/09/1834

Anna

Cork, Ireland.

P.E.I.

The Royal Gazette, Dec 09, 1834 - "Brigantine Anna arrived in 29 days from Cork. One passenger listed, Mr T. B. Tremaine." [CG]

05/14/1835

Royal William

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

 

05/14/1835

Eliza

Gloucester, G. Britain

P.E.I.

From The Royal Gazette, May 19, 1835 - Passengers: "In the Eliza, from Gloucester, Messrs. Kelly and Bovyer." [CG] Because of a previous entry we had for the 14th, it is believed the ship actually arrived on the 14th in the week preceeding publication date.

05/14/1835

Pandora

Waterford, Ireland

P.E.I.

Capt. Power - 35 Passengers, incl. John Lanigan, of Tipperary who settled in Murray Harbour. (P & P of P.E.I., Pg. 486.) Also: From The Royal Gazette, May 19, 1835 - Passengers: "In the Pandora, from Waterford; Miss Conroy, Mr. N. Conroy, Mr. Foran, and 32 in the steerage." [CG]

05/16/1835

Amelia

London, G. Britain

P.E.I.

Royal Gazette: May 19, 1835, Passengers - "In the Amelia, from London; Lieut Charles Young, R. A. (son of His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor), Messrs. George and Chester Woolner, and Miss Mary Ashley." [CG]

05/25/1835

Anna

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "25 May, 1835 - "Anna" Capt. William Hubbard, for Liverpool" [GC]

05/26/1835

Mary Jane

Bridgewater, G. Britain

P.E.I.

Owned by the Peake Family. Royal Gazette: May 26, 1835, Passengers - "In the Mary Jane, on their way to Ohio - Messrs. William Haine, Stephen and John Syms, and John West." [CG]

05/26/1835

Anna

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "Royal Gazette 26 May, 1835 - Cleared "Anna" Captain Hubbard, for Liverpool, with lumber, 3 nests of indian boxes, 5 passengers" [GC]

05/29/1835

Grace

Belfast, Ireland.

Charlottetown, P.E.I.

221 Passengers unnamed (129 adults, 92 children), Pg. 22, Everyday & Extroardinary, Almanac of the History of Prince Edward Island", Boyde Beck and Edward MacDonald, P.E.I.M.H.F.

06/02/1835

Cato

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

Royal Gazette 2 June, 1835: "ENTERED. barque Cato, Capt. Crossman, from Plymouth, with 4 passengers." [GC]

06/02/1835

Molly Moore

Waterford, Ireland.

Crapaud, P.E.I.

Royal Gazette 2 June, 1835: "ENTERED. brig Molly Moore, Capt. Henley, from Waterford, with 12 passengers. [arr. Crapaud]" [GC]

06/13/1835

Molly Moore

P.E.I.

Waterford, Ireland

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "13 June, 1835 - "Molly Moore" Capt. W.B. Henley, for Waterford, with lumber" [GC]

06/16/1835

Cape Breton

Mirimachi, N.B.

P.E.I.

The Royal Gazette, June 16, 1835 - In the Cape Breton from Miramichi, Hon S Cunard, Mr Haire of Halifax, and three others. [CG]

06/16/1835

Royal William

Three Rivers, P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

Capt. Barrett - The Royal Gazette, June 16, 1835 - "Departed: In the Royal William for Plymouth, Mr George Connery, Sen. and Mr. Charles Connery." , "Tuesday Royal William (Capt Barrett) sailed for Plymouth, both from Three Rivers." [CG]

06/16/1835

Eliza

Three Rivers, P.E.I.

Penzance

The Royal Gazette, June 16, 1835 - "Departed: The Eliza, Pile (Capt) sailed for Penzance on Friday; on Tuesday Royal William (Capt Barrett) sailed for Plymouth, both from Three Rivers." [CG]

06/20/1835

Sarah and Eliza

Bideford, G. Britain

P.E.I./Quebec

20 Pass. for P.E.I./40 for Que. - The Royal Gazette, June 23, 1835 - "The brig Sarah and Eliza, (Capt Marshall) from Bideford, arrived here on Saturday. (She) sailed on the 29 of April with 60 passengers, 20 for this place, and the remainder proceeded with the vessel for Quebec." - Royal Gazette 23 June, 1835: "ENTERED. brig Sarah and Eliza, Capt. Marshall, from Bideford." [CG]

07/01/1835

Eliza

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "01 July, 1835 - "Eliza" Capt. Henry Osborne, for Liverpool, with lumber", Royal Gazette 7 July, 1835: "CLEARED. brig Eliza, Capt. Osborne, for Liverpool, with lumber." [GC]

07/07/1835

Carib

St. Vincents

P.E.I.

Royal Gazette 7 July, 1835: "ENTERED. brigantine Carib, Nelmes, from St. Vincents, West Indies, with produce" [GC]

07/07/1835

Sarah

Newfoundland

P.E.I.

The Royal Gazette, July 7, 1835 - "In the Sarah from Newfoundland, Mr. Morgan." [CG]

07/14/1835

William Irvin

Newport, Wales

P.E.I.

 

08/04/1835

Carib

Scotland.

N.B./P.E.I.

"The Royal Gazette, Aug 04 1835 - In the Carib, Rev. George Macdonald, Baptist Missionary. From Scotland, via Miramichi, Mr. and Mrs. Mary Campbell." [CG]

08/05/1835

Rising Sun

P.E.I.

Wexford, Ireland

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "05 Aug., 1835 - "Rising Sun" Capt. Richd. Passmore, for Wexford, with 20 cattle" [GC]

08/06/1835

Priscilla

P.E.I.

Bermuda

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "06 Aug., 1835 - "Priscilla" Capt. James Warren, for Bermuda, with 3 dozen Indian boxes" [GC]

08/06/1835

Tryon

P.E.I.

St. Pierre

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "06 Aug., 1835 - "Tryon" Capt. Horatio Webster, for St. Pierres" [GC]

08/14/1835

Carib

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "14 Aug., 1835 - "Carib" Capt. Samuel Nelmes, for Plymouth, with lumber" [GC]

08/19/1835

Echo

P.E.I.

Cork, Ireland

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "19 Aug., 1835 - "Echo" Capt. Michael Wilson, for Cork, with lumber" - also - The Royal Gazette, August 25, 1835 - "Departed: In the Echo for Cork, John Macgowan, Esq." Arrival date here unknown. [CG]

08/28/1835

Adelaide

P.E.I.

Cork, Ireland

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "28 Aug., 1835 - "Adelaide" for Cork, with cattle, lumber" [GC]

09/01/1835

Eliza

Penzance, G. Britain

P.E.I.

 

09/05/1835

Argyle

P.E.I.

Cork, Ireland

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "05 Sep., 1835 - "Argyle" Capt. Simon Dodd, for Cork, with cattle, lumber" - also - "The Royal Gazette, Sept 8, 1835 - Departed: In the Argyle, for Cork. Paymaster R. C. Macdonald, 30th Regiment." [CG]

09/08/1835

Cumberland

Newfoundland

P.E.I.

"The Royal Gazette, Sept 8, 1835 - In the Cumberland from Newfoundland, Mr. Mumford, barrister at law, and Mr D. Macgregor." [CG]

09/19/1835

Toby

P.E.I.

Cork, Ireland

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "19 Sep., 1835 - "Toby" Capt. William Grigg, for Cork, with lumber" [GC]

09/19/1835

Ann & Mary

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "19 Sep., 1835 - "Ann & Mary" Capt. John Grigg, for Plymouth, with lumber" [GC]

09/21/1835

Welsford

Bristol, G. Britain

Richmond Bay, Three Rivers PEI./Que.

Some Pass. for P.E.I./Rest for Que. The Royal Gazette, September 22, 1835 - "In the Welsford at Three Rivers from Bristol, Lemuel Cambridge, Esq. and Family. Miss Macdonell." [CG]

09/22/1835

Collina

Bideford, G. Britain

Richmond Bay, P.E.I.

See ad from North Devon Journal in (The Island Magazine, #40, "English Immigration to P.E.I.", Elliott, Pg. 11)

09/24/1835

Marina

P.E.I.

Bideford, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "24 Sep., 1835 - "Marina" Capt. James Lowther, for Bideford, with lumber" [GC]

09/29/1835

Unknown

Edinburgh, Scotland.

N.B./P.E.I.

6 Passengers. The Royal Gazette, September 29, 1835 - "From Edinburgh via Miramichi, Wm. Mackintosh, Esq W. S. (Writer of the Signet) Mrs. Mackintosh, 4 children." [CG]

09/29/1835

Mary Jane

Plymouth, G. Britain

P.E.I.

Owned by the Peake Family. The Royal Gazette, September 29, 1835 - "In the Mary Jane from Plymouth Mr and Mrs Bucleston, 3 children; 5 in the steerage." [CG]

10/02/1835

Castalia

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "02 Oct., 1835 - "Castalia" Capt. Thomas Peake, for Plymouth, with hay, timber" [GC]

10/06/1835

Despatch

Bideford, G. Britain

P.E.I.

The Royal Gazette, Oct 06, 1835 - "In the Despatch from Bideford, Rev Mr Lloyd, Mrs Lloyd and three children." [CG]

10/06/1835

Unknown

Bristol/
Mirimachi, N.B.

P.E.I.

The Royal Gazette, Oct 06, 1835 - "From Bristol, via Miramichi, John Hodges Winsloe, Esq and son." [CG]

10/06/1835

Meteor

Greenock, Scotland

P.E.I.

The Royal Gazette, Oct 06, 1835 - "In the Meteor, 14 Sept, at St John's Nfld from Greenock, Judge Desbarres and Lady." [CG]

10/09/1835

Eliza

P.E.I.

Limerick, Ireland

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "09 Oct., 1835 - "Eliza" Capt. Samuel Pile, for Limerick, with potatoes, lumber" [GC]

10/13/1835

Castalia

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

The Royal Gazette, Oct 13, 1835 - "Departed: In the Castalia, for Plymouth. Captain Peake, R E and Lady." [CG]

10/19/1835

Carib

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

Royal Gazette 10 Nov., 1835: "SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Carib, Nelmes, at Plymouth, from Prince Edward Island, 21 days." [GC]

10/22/1835

Magnes

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "22 Oct., 1835 - "Magnes" Capt. Joseph Clarke, for Plymouth, with potatoes, lumber" [GC]

10/23/1835

Cumberland

P.E.I.

Cork, Ireland

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "23 Oct., 1835 - "Cumberland" Capt. John W. James, for Cork, with oysters, lumber" [GC]

10/24/1835

Integrity

P.E.I.

Cork, Ireland

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "24 Oct., 1835 - "Integrity" Capt. John French, for Cork, with potatoes, lumber" [GC]

10/26/1835

Chart

P.E.I.

Newfoundland

"The Royal Gazette, Nov 4 1835: "The Chart, Thomas Nelson, Master, sailed from this port for Newfoundland, on Sunday, the 26th of October; on the day following, with the wind easterly, beating for the Gut of Canso, sprung a leak. Finding the leak to increase, bore away for Charlottetown; when off Pictou Island, the wind changed to the westward, blowing with great violence–for the purpose of getting anchorage, ran for the Prince Edward shore. Made Cape Bear, by which time the leak had gained so upon them that she was only nine inches out of the water. Struck on a shoal, about half a mile from the shore, where she now lies bilged, and full of water. Her cargo, consisting of 2,500 bus. potatoes, besides oats, turnips, &c. will be totally lost. The riggings and materials have been landed." [CG]

10/29/1835

Victoria

P.E.I.

London, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "29 Oct., 1835 - "Victoria" Capt. Simon Davies, for London, with lumber" - also - The Royal Gazette, Nov 03, 1835 - "Departed: In the Victoria, for London, Mrs. Monckton, Master Heath Haviland, Mrs. Mawley, Mr. and Mrs. Kinninment" [GC]

10/30/1835

Felicity

P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "30 Oct., 1835 - "Felicity" Capt. James Morrison, for Liverpool, with 1 dozen Indian baskets" [GC]

11/03/1835

Thalia

London, G. Britain

Halifax/P.E.I.

The Royal Gazette, Nov 03, 1835 - "In the Thalia at Halifax, from London, S. G. W. Archibald, Esq, Mrs. and Miss Archibald." [CG]

11/14/1835

Effort

P.E.I.

Limerick, Ireland

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "14 Nov., 1835 - "Effort" Capt. Hector McCarron, for Limerick, Ireland, with lumber" - also - The Royal Gazette, Nov 24, 1835 - "Departed: In the Effort, for Liverpool, Mr John Gainsford." [GC]

11/24/1835

Royal William

Three Rivers, P.E.I.

Liverpool, G. Britain

The Royal Gazette, Nov 24, 1835 - "Departed: In the Royal William (Barrett) for Liverpool, from Three Rivers, Mr and Mrs Levitt, Messrs. Peake, Creak, Hope and Charles Wilson and son." Arrival date of vessel unknown. [CG]

11/24/1835

North American

New York

G. Britain

The Royal Gazette, Nov 24, 1835 - "Departed: In the North American at New York for England, The Right Honorable the Earl of Selkirk." Arrival date of vessel unknown. [CG]

11/24/1835

Experiment

P.E.I.

Cork, Ireland

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "24 Nov., 1835 - "Experiment" Capt. James Maholam, for Waterford, with lumber" - also - The Royal Gazette, Dec 08, 1835 - "Departed: In the Experiment for Cork, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Lord." [CG]

12/01/1835

John

P.E.I.

Plymouth, G. Britain

RG 9 Collector of Customs Shipping Outward: "01 Dec., 1835 - "John" Capt. John Routlege, for Plymouth, with 1 case Indian boxes, 17 Indian baskets, 2 boxes smoked herrings" [GC]

12/15/1835

Unknown

Plymouth/
Newfoundland/
Isle Madame

P.E.I.

The Royal Gazette, Dec 15, 1835 - "From Plymouth, via Nfld, and Isle Madame (where he was cast ashore in the Elizabeth) Capt Samuel Nelmes, formerly master of the Carib of this port." [CG]

12/15/1835

Brothers

Newfoundland

Three Rivers, P.E.I.

The Royal Gazette, Dec 15, 1835 - "In the Brothers, at Three Rivers, from Nfld, Messrs. Auld, Scott, Harris, John Hyde and Mrs. Howell." [CG]

12/15/1835

Unknown

Jamaica

Cape Tormentine, P.E.I.

The Royal Gazette, Dec 15, 1835 - "From Jamaica, via Cape Tormentine, William Joseph Harvey, of the firm Harvey and Darrell, Kingston" [CG]

2.From the P.E.I. Register and Gazette, Tues., June 2, 1829. - "84 Immigrants including women and children from the Isle of Skye arrived here on Sunday. They left their native place about 6 weeks ago in a ship for Cape Breton, along with a number of settlers for that Island. They all seem to be in high health and judging from appearance, in easy circumstances.

With prudent foresight characteristic of their race they came provided with 12 months of provisions and an ample stock of warm clothing. They all have relatives already settled on the Island chiefly about Belfast, and with the exception of one family it is, we understand, their intention also to settle in that thriving settlement.

Customs House, Entered June 1st, 1829, Mary Kennedy, Cape Breton, 84 Passengers."

Cameron McEwen reports the Mary Kennedy brought his ancestors, Ewen and Ann (MacDonald) Cameron, their children Angus, and Ann and possibly one more child from Glen Conan by Uig on Skye on this crossing. See tombstone, St. John's, Belfast Cemetery.

While some Newfoundland sailings to P.E.I. are included here, we have information on many more sailings to P.E.I. from other Maritime Provinces, Newfoundland, and to and from Boston, as well as indexes to most RG-9 Customs House Records on our "Ships Page"! I have decided to keep the bulk of these separate to keep this database from getting cluttered by these sailings, and to keep this database primarily for International sailings! RG-9 listings on that page include Maritime, International, and Newfoundland sailings. Maritime Passenger lists on that page will also show the passengers we have come across so far for sailings within the Maritimes. All international sailings from the Customs House and newspaper records we have, have been included in this database.

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