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Posted - 25/08/2001 :  20:03:08  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I wonder if anyone might have information on how to get the passenger list for the SS Canopic which sailed from Liverpool, and naples to boston. My grandfather, Nicholas Pappadopoulas, sailed from Naples on July 26, 1906 arriving in Boston August 6, 1906.
On another note, I have a passenger list of the SS Aleppo, which sailed from Ireland to Boston on May 28th? 1884 if anyone has need of this.


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Posted - 25/08/2001 :  23:18:09  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Irish, this Forum is for those researching Norwegian emigrants, however, part of your question will also be of interest to others. The White Star Line ship Canopic didn't sail from Liverpool, just from Mediterranean ports.
To all readers: to have help to find Passenger lists, read "Hunting Passenger Lists" found from the "Passenger List" link on this website. If you need more help, consider joining the email discussion list TheShipsList. You can find joining instructions in the "Appendix" section of this website. TheShipsList has many passenger records experts.

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