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Genealogy.com Immigration Databases

 

The Genealogy.com immigration databases have been added to this subscription in order to make it the most complete set of immigration records.  These databases contain over 2 million names including early passenger lists from 1820 - 1850.  Aproximately 2.4 million immigrants arrived during this period, many from Ireland and Germany.

If you have ancestors from Ireland and German, this could be an invaluable database.  The Irish potato famine lasted from 1846 - 1847 and spurred a massive exodus to the United States.  Furthermore, the failed German revolution in 1848 caused mass emigration.

This database also contains Philadelphia Naturalization Records from 1789-1890

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Search for your immigrant ancestors:
Find out when your ancestors first arrived in America.

  First Name: Last Name:
   
 

These records contain:

  • New York Passenger Lists
  • Baltimore Passenger Lists
  • Philadelphia Passenger Lists
  • New Orleans Passenger Lists

Expect to find rich details such as:

Age: clue for birth and baptismal records in the old country.
Occupation: provides insight into the ancestor's life before they came to America.
Place of Origin: know where to look for records based on where the ancestor emigrated.
Destination: know where to look in the U.S. Federal Census and other records - look in the next census taken after their arrival.
Name of Ship and Registry Number: obtain a photo of the ship and a description of its size, voyages, and history to add context to the ancestor's journey.
Type of Ship: sail or steam?   Bark or brig?   Envision their experience.
Port and Date of Departure: combined with the arrival date, learn how many days the ancestor was at sea before they arrived in America.
Port and Date of Arrival: what was happening the day they arrived?   Was it a blustery winter day or a sweltering summer evening?
National Archives Series Number, Microfilm Number, and List Number:   details on where to find the original documents.

 

This is the most extensive collection of immigration records available online.  The chances of finding information on your ancestors is virtually guaranteed
-- Includes five centuries of records (1500's-1900's), covering many different nationalities/ethnic groups and all major ports of arrival
-- The largest, most continuous, and most uniform body of passenger records for the entire country (with the exception of the U.S. Federal Census records)
-- Whether your ancestors were German, British, Irish, Canadian, Chinese or among the immigrants from the more than 100 other countries included in this collection, they left a record of their journey to America
-- The passenger lists are from every port of arrival in the U.S. (Atlantic and Pacific Ports) and Canada
 

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