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Immigration Records, Liverpool-New York, July 1833.

Immigration Records, Liverpool-New York, July 1833.

Posted: 6 Feb 2011 12:21AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Bromley
My gr-grandparents traveled on the ship AJAX, a packet ship from Liverpool to New York, arriving during the period after Castle Garden was closed and before Ellis Island opened. A barge in the river was used to process new immigrants during this time. They docked on July 25, 1833.

Does anyone know if there are records from this time period? I'm especially interested in the ship's record of passengers.
Any suggestion or clue would be appreciated.

Re: Immigration Records, Liverpool-New York, July 1833.

Posted: 7 Feb 2011 12:11AM GMT
Classification: Query
Look for passenger lists, Port of New York. There should be a record. Unfortunately, it won't say where he came from in Wales, only that he was from Wales, if, indeed, he was Welsh-born.

Re: Immigration Records, Liverpool-New York, July 1833.

Posted: 24 Jan 2012 11:05PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Lynch
My GGGrandparents preceeded yours by 3 days on the Ship Albion. A complete manifest (hand written) is digitized and available on Ancestry.com. You might try that source rather than Google.
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