Welcome to Harold Ralston's Ancestor Ship Passenger Lists

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British Bark "Tay" August 1840 passenger list, Greenock, Scotland to New York, New York. Our ancestor Peter Ralston and family is among those listed.
Bark "Charlotte Harrison" July 1850 passenger list, Greenock, Scotland to New York, New York. Our ancestor Jean Ralston and family is among those listed.
British Barque "Gleaner" July 1842 passenger list, arrived at New York on 5 July 1842, 33 days from Campbeltown, Argyll, Scotland.
British Ship "Sarah" July 1850 passenger list, arrived at New York on 18 July 1850, 38 days from Glasgow.
Brig "Czar" June 23, 1841 passenger list, from Greenock.
List of immigrant ship passengers who settled in Argyle, Illinois.
"Diana" from Greenock to Wilmington, North Carolina with Kintyre, Scotland natives in September 1774.
"Ulysses" and "Diana", and "Jupiter", Emigrants from Scotland to North Carolina, 1774-1775.
Ship "Wilmington" July 1803, passengers intending to travel from Belfast to New York. John Cross, among those listed, may be our ancestor.
Ship "Edinburgh" passenger lists. Voyages from Campbeltown, Scotland to Cape Fear, North Carolina in 1770 and to Island of St. Johns (Prince Edward Island) in 1771.
"Champion" and "Constitution" Charles and Peter Ralston voyages, 1864. From New York to Panama Isthmus and on to San Francisco, California.
Scot & Irish Passenger Lists from Mailing List: Scotch-irish-l@rootsweb.com.
Seventy One ships are listed altogether!
"New York", U.S. Mail Steamer, June 6, 1914, Southampton to New York via Cherbourg
The Ships List, another resource for immigrant information.
Finding Family from Ship's Passenger Lists, another site with ship passenger lists.
"English-America", another site with ship passenger lists.
Lou and Jan Alfano's Immigrant Ship Descriptions page.
Help with Finding Passenger Lists, 1820-1940.
Passenger Lists for Immigrant Ships to New Zealand by Denise & Peter.
S.S. England. I have the Customs Passenger List scanned and posted on my web site for the voyage dated May 11, 1866. In the spring of 1866, the S.S. England, a steamship from Liverpool, England, was bound for New York with over 1,200 passengers. Hundreds died from an outbreak of cholera. Joe Miler

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