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James E Heg
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Posted - 03/02/2004 :  22:55:56  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
BÝrge - I am not sure it will help but I can enter the passenger lists for a given year, enter a ship's name and place of origin and sometimes, repeat sometimes, get a fairly coherent pass list. For example, I entered 1884, ship REPUBLIC and Norway. I got 186 hits covering arrivals on 19 April, 27 June, 1 August, 5 Sept and 10 Oct. Departures from Liverpool and Queenstown. I could sort them by date of arrival. Would this be of any help?
Hilsen Jim

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Posted - 09/05/2008 :  11:10:36  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi Jim.

I am looking for a Karen Andersen (or Andersdatter) born 1850 who may be left Drammen (Norway) on the bark "Colonist" 10. may 1870 and arrived in Quebeck 20. june 1870.
On the departure list there is a passenger listed as Karen A: 20 (years old) and I am pretty sure it is her, but not 100%...

Would you be so kind to se what the has listed about that voyage?

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