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Peter Robinson Settlers from Cork to Canada 1823 & 1825
National Archives of Canada: MG 24 B 74, 1-4 and 1-5, microfilm reel M-141 see also M-140

A return of Irish Emigrants proceeding to Canada, to be settled at the Expense of His Majesty's Government, under the superintendence of Mr. Peter Robinson, Embarked at Cove on board of the JOHN BARRY Transport, Peter Roche, Master, for passage to Quebec - Mr. W. Burnie, R.N., Surgeon in charge. Cove of Cork 21st May 1825 (transcribed from copies of two microfilmed lists inc. surgeon comments in italics; may contain errors; there may be omissions)
Ship John Barry departed Cork 23rd May and arrived at Quebec 6th July 1825. The settlers then proceeded to Montreal aboard the steamboat New Swiftsure, on 8th July.

     see also, Surgeon-superintendent Report for John Barry (Olive Tree Genealogy)
Family Names
Age
Occupation Former Residence Remarks
1. Dahill Michael
28
Reduced Farmer Colmanswell, Limerick #201 Capt. Roberts
(a Protestant family)
  Ellen
30
     
  John
14
     
  Thomas
12
     
  Catherine
10
     
  Mary
8
     
2. Ryan Patrick
32
Farmer St. John's, Limerick #312 Rt. Rev. Thomas, Bishop of Limerick
(a good man; Instrumental in saving the ship & passengers; Brothers Timothy & John very troublesome characters)
  Elizabeth
21
     
  Timothy
21
     
  John
19
     
  William
14
     
  Bridget
25
     
  Elinor
18
     
  Patrick
2
     
  James
1
     
3. Malony Henry
32
Farmer Six-mile-bridge, Clare #46 Wm. Fitzmiller vicar of Ath?
(youngest child died at the Cascades on passage up the river, buried at the Cellars)
  Hannah
32
     
  Andrew
9
     
  Catherine
7
     
  Mary
4
     
  Margaret
1
    (died on passage)
4. Leary Timothy
50
Reduced Farmer Liscarroll, Cork #153 Wm.W. Beecher Esq. M.P.
  Norah
35
     
  John
30
     
  Mary
28
     
  Patrick
14
     
  Norah
12
     
  Timothy
7
     
  Judith
3
     
5. Casey Thomas
35
Farmer Kilbrin, Cork #65 Lord Doneraile
(a very good family, behaved well on passage)
  Johanna
30
     
  James
11
     
  Mary
9
     
  Timothy
7
     
  John
5
     
  Johanna
1
     
6. Kelchar / Kelcher John
28
Labourer Dingle, Kerry #320 Admiral Plamplin &
others
(Shannon!!! an excellent and willing man, and deserving every ? and ? and encouragement from his good conduct with which I am fully satisfied in every particular; assisted the 3rd mate with the provisions and took care of the dogs in passage)
  Ellen
28
     
  Denis
18
     
  Mary
9
     
  Jane
6
     
  Michael
2
     
7. Boland Jeremiah
34
Reduced Farmer Cashel, Tipperary #318 Mayor of Cashel & others
  Mary
32
     
  Edward
12
     
  Mary
7
     
  Joseph
5
     
  Thomas
2
     
8. Condon James
43
Farmer Templetiny, Tipperary #224 Earl of Kingstown
(a very good, quiet, industious & willing family)
  Margaret
38
     
  Richard
24
     
  Judith
18
     
  Mary
16
     
  William
12
     
  Honora
4
     
9. Owens David
45
Reduced Farmer Tomfinla, Clare #325 Collector Perrine, father & others
(wife a lying, mischief-making woman)
  Bridget
36
     
  John
20
     
  Richard
18
     
  Robert
16
     
  Boyle
12
     
  David
8
     
  Anne
6
     
  Thomas
1
     
10. O'Brien Martin
44
Reduced Farmer Kilkishen, Clare #327 Major Purdon & others
(a quiet man; youngest child died at Point Bersian??tes?)
  Honora
34
     
  John
17
     
  Patrick
15
     
  Mary
13
     
  Bridget
1
    (died at sea)
11. Callaghan Timothy
34
Reduced Farmer Drishane, Cork #317 J.C. Morgan, vicar & others
(a quiet family; a child born in the John Barry)
  Nancy
29
     
  Ellen
14
     
  Jeremiah
11
     
  John
8
     
  Timothy
3
     
  (un-named)
inf
    (born at sea)
12. Hogan David
29
Discharged Soldier Cork #346 Major General Sir John Lambert & Col. Middleton
(a discharged soldier wrought hard and behaved well in passage; acting as cook- has since committed himself)
  Sarah
23
     
  Catherine
6
     
  Mary
1
     
13. Shea Thomas
44
Farmer Coolcappagh, Limerick #343 Revd. W.J. Sheehy, Sir Anthony Perrier & others
(a quiet family; youngest child died in gulf of St. Lawrence)
  Bridget
39
     
  Darby
18
     
  Michael
16
     
  John
14
     
  Mary
12
     
  Thomas
9
     
  Johanna
6
     
  Denis
2
    (died at sea)
14. Twomy Patrick
33
Labourer Glounthaune, Cork #329 Capt. Hoare
(a willing hard working, good man)
  Mary
32
     
  Patrick
9
     
  Hannah
8
     
  Ellen
7
     
  Mary
2
     
15. Groves Thomas
20
Reduced Farmer Aghoule, Wicklow #348 Capt. Travers & others
(a very excellent family, Protestants; the mother a worthy kind woman; boys, willing and attentive; afraid of her neighbour and has suffered ill from some on account of religion; has two daughters married in Ramsay, whom she is anxious to join; she is very deserving every indulgence)
  Margaret
46
    (Mother)
  Abraham
17
     
  Margaret
13
     
  James
11
     
16. Foley William
44
Reduced Farmer Listowel, Kerry #350 J. Church & others
(a very excellent family of quiet and willing lads, have behaved to my entire satisfaction; Has two sons at Godmanchester, whom he is anxious to join provided he can have his land and allownces)
  Ellen
24
     
  William
22
     
  Thomas
18
     
  Daniel
16
     
17. Young Francis
44
Farmer Newport, Tipperary #340 Revd. ?, father and others
(a very excellent family, willing industrious and obliging in every respect; have behaved in the most exlemplary manner and deserve every attention and encouragement; instrumental in saving the ship)
  William
24
     
  Eliza
22
     
  John
20
     
  Samuel
18
     
  Honora
16
     
  Patrick
14
     
  Francis
12
     
  Robert
10
     
  Matthew
8
     
18. Blackwell John
41
Reduced Farmer Kilkeedy, Limerick #326 Capt. Roberts & others
(a very excellent family, Protestants, of good and industrious daughters; was instrumental in saving the ship &c.; brought out a lad from Cork, engaged to serve him 3 years, who has, to his great loss, left him on some frivolous excuse; deserves every encouragement; has behaved wholly to my satisfaction)
  Prudence
39
     
  John
22
     
  Margaret
19
     
  Catherine
17
     
  James
15
     
  Mary
13
     
  Abigail
11
     
  William
8
     
  Anne
6
     
  Edward
3
     
19. Hurley James
35
Reduced Farmer Kilfinaghty, Clare #339 Revd. W. Miller, P.R. [Peter Robinson] & others
  Mary
30
     
  Jane
9
     
  Thomas
7
     
  Patrick
3
     
20. Walsh John
36
Farmer St. [B]arry's, Cork #328 Lord Mountcashell & Doctor Coppings
(a very excellent family, acquainted with gardening, has behaved himself well and deserves every encouragement and recommendation; wrought hard at the pumps)
  Mary
35
     
  Thomas
15
     
  John
12
     
  Margaret
10
     
  Michael
7
     
  Bartolemew
3
     
21. McAuliffe Cornelius
32
Farmer Churchtown, Cork #64 Lord Doneraile
(a quiet family)
  Ellen
26
     
  Johanna
15
     
  Mary
13
     
  James
12
     
  Owen
6
     
22. Daly John
46
Cooper St. Mary Shandon, Cork #347 G. Callaghan Esq.
(a good industrious, obliging and willing family; himself by trade a cooper)
  Mary
40
     
  John
21
     
  Bridget
20
     
  Henry
19
     
  James
12
     
  Michael
10
     
  Eugene
9
     
  William
5
     
  George
1
     
23. Baragy Patrick
35
Reduced Farmer De?, Tipperary #342 Lord Hawadon & others
(assisted in cutting up and dividing provisions on passage)
  Margaret
29
     
  Patrick
4
     
24. Slattery James
26
Labourer Kilmoyler, Tipperary #323 Sir A. Perrier
(a quiet family; youngest child died at Lachine)
  Mary
24
     
  Catherine
3
     
  Judith
3
     
  John
1
    (died at Lachine)
25. Regan Timothy
35
Reduced Farmer Donaghmore, Cork #352 Wm Hayner & John Gibbs Esq.
(came on board sickly, took fever 2nd June, died at Quebec hospital; wife took sick shortly after, produced a child in the 8th month convalescent at Quebec - hurried off to Lachine, arrived on Saturday evening; took dangerously sick on Sunday and died at 12 on Tuesday - child died and was buried at Kingston; two boys and two girls - very fine children are left orphans; I left 8 dollars belonging to them in Mr. Reades charge; their chest by some mistake has been left at Quebec)
  Catherine
32
     
  Patrick
16
     
  Norah
13
     
  Mary
10
     
  Michael
6
     
26. Lane John
46
Reduced Farmer Aghada, Cork #351 Charles Adams Esq. & others
(a good family; instrumental in saving the ship when on shore thereby avoiding additional expense and delay; son Cottrel in a quarrel with an ? of the Boat, brought on by himself, about the ?pantia, cut the boatman in several places on the right arm, and was himself hurt; as a compensation and to prevent more serious consequences I gave a note on Const. Ginlay for 11 dollars which I must pay on my return)
  Ellen
42
     
  Cottrell
22
     
  Catherine
20
     
  Ellen
18
     
  Helena
10
     
27. Gillman Edmond
38
Reduced Farmer Magourney, Cork #335 Josh. C. Fitzgerald, W. Cook Esq. & others
(himself a very good man; has a large family of daughters)
  Mary
36
     
  Rebecca
18
     
  Ellen
16
     
  Richard
15
     
  John
14
     
  Mary
13
     
  Sylvester
9
     
  Elizabeth
7
     
  Edmond
3
     
28. Mulcahy William
39
Farmer Caherlogga, Cork #344 W. Johnson High Sheriff & others
(a good quiet family)
  Mary
38
     
  David
17
     
  Michael
15
     
  Patrick
12
     
  Elizabeth
8
     
  William
4
     
29. Callaghan John
44
Reduced Farmer Clogheen, Cork #334 C. Hely Hutchinson Esq. Mr. P.R. and others
  Norah
38
     
  David
23
     
  Cornelius
22
     
  Jeremiah
20
     
  Ellen
18
     
  Owen
16
     
  Denis
14
     
  John
12
     
30. Sullivan Richard
42
Reduced Farmer St. Ann Shandon, Cork #335 Sir John Lambert & others
(a very good, quiet, willing and industrious family; deserving of every attention & encouragement)
  Ellen
38
     
  Michael
19
     
  Honora
17
     
  Thomas
14
     
  Catherine
12
     
  James
9
     
31. Sullivan Cornelius
44
Reduced Farmer Dingle, Kerry #349 Francis Egar Esq. & others
(a very good and willing family, chiefly grown up; behaved well on passage)
  Patrick
22
     
  John
18
     
  Mary
16
     
  Elizabeth
14
     
  Bridget
12
     
32. Sullivan John
41
Reduced Farmer St. [B]arry's, Cork #336 Newson Esq. & others
(a very good family of kind and industrious daughters; fully satisfied with thier behavior)
  Ellen
36
     
  Ellen
20
     
  Julia
15
     
  Eugene
14
     
  Bridget
12
     
33. Walsh Richard
33
Farmer Inisgura (Inishcarra?), Cork #337 Lord Ennismore & others
  Elizabeth
24
     
  Mary
3
     
34. Shea Edward
32
- Cork #355 Lord Mountcashell & others
(a quiet, good family)
  Ellen
31
     
  Edward
12
     
  Mary
5
     
  Patrick
4
     
35. Mahony James
36
Reduced Farmer Knockacappal, Kerry #345 John Cronin Esq. J.P.
(a quiet family, all very sickly)
  Nancy
34
     
  Denis
15
     
  James
13
     
  Julia
10
     
  Nancy
7
     
  Daniel
5
     
  Jeremiah
1
     
36. Hennessy Thomas
38
Reduced Farmer Fermoy, Cork #333 Thomas Walker & others
  Nancy
30
     
  John
17
     
  Thomas
15
     
  Michael
13
     
  Bridget
11
     
  Daniel
9
     
  William
5
     
  Patrick
4
     
37. Moloney Daniel
41
Reduced Farmer Roscrea, Tipperary #324 Lord Ross & others
(a very excellent family; behaved entirely to my satisfaction during the passage; was instrumental in saving the ship &c., and deserves every recommendation and attention from his general good conduct)
  Catherine
36
     
  Mary
15
     
  John
14
     
  Roger
13
     
  Sarah
12
     
  James
7
     
38. Thomhill Richard H.
21
- Mitchelstown, Cork #354 Earl of Kingstown
39. Nagle David
26
  - #353
(behaved well on passage; story being known, thinks himself in danger among present neighbours)

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