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Records of Wilson Immigrants to Canada

 

 

Historically, Canada has been the destination for millions of immigrants from around the world seeking a better life in North America. 

 

Surname Given Name Marital Status Occupation Year of Record Comments Source/Event Reference
Wilson Thomas single Surgeon 1748-49 Regiment or ship Rye; date of entry March 10 Transcripts of Colonial Office Records: Nova Scotia--List of Emigrants entering Nova Scotia and Cape Breton, 1748-49. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 11, Colonial Office Nova Scotia 'A', vol. 44, pp 1-57, reel C-9125.
Wilson Timothy single Mariner 1748-49 Regiment or ship St. Quinton; date of entry March 13 Transcripts of Colonial Office Records: Nova Scotia--List of Emigrants entering Nova Scotia and Cape Breton, 1748-49. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 11, Colonial Office Nova Scotia 'A', vol. 44, pp 1-57, reel C-9125.
Wilson William wife Turner 1748-49 Date of entry March 15 Transcripts of Colonial Office Records: Nova Scotia--List of Emigrants entering Nova Scotia and Cape Breton, 1748-49. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 11, Colonial Office Nova Scotia 'A', vol. 44, pp 1-57, reel C-9125.
Wilson David wife Private 1748-49 Regiment or ship Colo. Holmes's; date of entry March 20 Transcripts of Colonial Office Records: Nova Scotia--List of Emigrants entering Nova Scotia and Cape Breton, 1748-49. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 11, Colonial Office Nova Scotia 'A', vol. 44, pp 1-57, reel C-9125.
Wilson James single Husbandman 1748-49 Date of entry March 21 Transcripts of Colonial Office Records: Nova Scotia--List of Emigrants entering Nova Scotia and Cape Breton, 1748-49. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 11, Colonial Office Nova Scotia 'A', vol. 44, pp 1-57, reel C-9125.
Wilson Henry single Carpenter's Crew 1748-49 Regiment or ship Sunderland; date of entry April 11 Transcripts of Colonial Office Records: Nova Scotia--List of Emigrants entering Nova Scotia and Cape Breton, 1748-49. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 11, Colonial Office Nova Scotia 'A', vol. 44, pp 1-57, reel C-9125.
Wilson Thomas single Bucklemaker 1748-49 Date of entry April 11 Transcripts of Colonial Office Records: Nova Scotia--List of Emigrants entering Nova Scotia and Cape Breton, 1748-49. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 11, Colonial Office Nova Scotia 'A', vol. 44, pp 1-57, reel C-9125.
Wilson John   Labourer 1774 or 1775 List of Emigrants on Board the 'Lovely Nelly' bound for St. John's Island, North America; former residence Boreland, Parish Colvend; reason for leaving the country: 'Could not with all his Industry support himself and family' Treasury Registers, Emigration Returns, Scotland to America 1774-1775 Extracts. List of Emigrants on Board the 'Lovely Nelly', Wm. Sheridan Master, Bound for St. John's Island [now the province of Prince Edward Island] in North America. Transcribed from original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 15, T.47, vol. 12; page 35.
Wilson Mary     1774 or 1775 List of Emigrants on Board the 'Lovely Nelly' bound for St. John's Island, North America Treasury Registers, Emigration Returns, Scotland to America 1774-1775 Extracts. List of Emigrants on Board the 'Lovely Nelly', Wm. Sheridan Master, Bound for St. John's Island [now the province of Prince Edward Island] in North America. Transcribed from original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 15, T.47, vol. 12; page 35.
Wilson Wm.   Labourer 1774 or 1775 List of Emigrants on Board the 'Lovely Nelly' bound for St. John's Island, North America; former residence Boreland, Parish Colvend; reason for leaving the country: 'Could not with all his Industry support himself and family' Treasury Registers, Emigration Returns, Scotland to America 1774-1775 Extracts. List of Emigrants on Board the 'Lovely Nelly', Wm. Sheridan Master, Bound for St. John's Island [now the province of Prince Edward Island] in North America. Transcribed from original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 15, T.47, vol. 12; page 35.
Wilson John   Pensioner 1803 After the American War... [he was] put on half pay as [an] officer. List of the Company of Pensioners belonging to Late Loyal Rangers previously under Major Commander Edward Jessup; dated 15 October 1803. Transcribed from original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: RG 19, vol. 4447, file 18.
Wilson James (Sr.) Party of 1 man, 1 woman, 2 females over 12 years   1816 Former residence Ireland; arrived on ship Alexander in 1816; located at Bathurst Twp. [Ontario], Conc. 5, lot NE22 on 19 July 1816. Passenger lists for the 'Alexander'. Partial reconstruction from ship references in the (mainly civilian) Perth Military Settlement (Upper Canada) land records. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 9, B8-27, vol. 1, page 74, reel C-4651.
Wilson James (Jr.) Party of one man   1816 Former residence Ireland; arrived on ship Alexander in 1816; located at Bathurst Twp. [Ontario], Conc. 5, lot SW22 on 19 July 1816. Passenger lists for the 'Alexander'. Partial reconstruction from ship references in the (mainly civilian) Perth Military Settlement (Upper Canada) land records. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 9, B8-27, vol. 1, page 74, reel C-4651.
Wilson Samuel Party of one man   1816 Former residence Scotland; arrived on ship Ann on 1 Sept. 1816; located at Bathurst Twp. [Ontario], Conc. 1, lot SW15 on 10 Oct. 1816. Concession and lot locations are stricken out. Passenger Lists for the 'Ann'. Partial reconstruction from ship references in the (mainly civilian) Perth Military Settlement (Upper Canada) land records. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 9, B8-27, vol. 1, page 76, reel C-4651.
Wilson Joseph Party of one man   1816 Former residence England; arrived on ship 'Nancy' on 21 Aug. 1816; located at Beckwith Twp. [Ontario], Conc. 5, lot ĄE10 on 30 Nov. 1816. Subsequently regranted. Passenger lists for the 'Nancy'. Partial reconstruction from ship references in the (mainly civilian) Perth Military Settlement (Upper Canada) land records. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 9, B8-27, vol. 1, page 77, reel C-4651.
Wilson Johnston     1833 [Former] Residence: Ardstrawn List of the crew and passengers on board the Brig 'Salus' of Sunderland, James Laing Master, for St. John, New Brunswick. Dated 26 April 1833, Signed James Laing. With exceptions noted, all women show the occupation 'Spinster' and all men 'Labourer'. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the Archives of New Brunswick: film 1482580.
Wilson Jane     1833 [Former] Residence: Ardstrawn List of the crew and passengers on board the Brig 'Salus' of Sunderland, James Laing Master, for St. John, New Brunswick. Dated 26 April 1833, Signed James Laing. With exceptions noted, all women show the occupation 'Spinster' and all men 'Labourer'. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the Archives of New Brunswick: film 1482580.
Wilson Robert     1833 [Former] Residence: Nine Mile House List of the crew and passengers on board the Brig 'Salus' of Sunderland, James Laing Master, for St. John, New Brunswick. Dated 26 April 1833, Signed James Laing. With exceptions noted, all women show the occupation 'Spinster' and all men 'Labourer'. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the Archives of New Brunswick: film 1482580.
Wilson Sarah     1833 [Former] Residence: Nine Mile House List of the crew and passengers on board the Brig 'Salus' of Sunderland, James Laing Master, for St. John, New Brunswick. Dated 26 April 1833, Signed James Laing. With exceptions noted, all women show the occupation 'Spinster' and all men 'Labourer'. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the Archives of New Brunswick: film 1482580.
Wilson Jane     1833 [Former] Residence: Nine Mile House List of the crew and passengers on board the Brig 'Salus' of Sunderland, James Laing Master, for St. John, New Brunswick. Dated 26 April 1833, Signed James Laing. With exceptions noted, all women show the occupation 'Spinster' and all men 'Labourer'. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the Archives of New Brunswick: film 1482580.
Wilson Ann     1833 [Former] Residence: Nine Mile House List of the crew and passengers on board the Brig 'Salus' of Sunderland, James Laing Master, for St. John, New Brunswick. Dated 26 April 1833, Signed James Laing. With exceptions noted, all women show the occupation 'Spinster' and all men 'Labourer'. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the Archives of New Brunswick: film 1482580.
Wilson George   Labourer 1838   A list of passengers proceeding by the 'Susan Jane' of Donegal , Hugh Hughes Master, bound for Saint John. Ballyshannon, 12 May 1838. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the Archives of New Brunswick: film F9799.
Wilson William   Boat Builder 1838   A list of passengers proceeding by the 'Susan Jane' of Donegal , Hugh Hughes Master, bound for Saint John. Ballyshannon, 12 May 1838. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the Archives of New Brunswick: film F9799.
Wilson Anne     1853 Passenger on the Ship 'Blanche', died June 19 and was buried two days later. Burial records (and a few baptisms) for the year 1853 [for immigrants at Grosse Isle] of the Reverend Richard Arthur Condon, Travelling Missionary of the Church of England. Only those records related to immigrants are included. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held at the Quebec National Archives (Archives National du Quebec) [Quebec City]: reel M344/1
Wilson Sarah     1855 Wife of Joseph Wilson, late of Woolwich, England, died July 16 and was buried the next day. Burial records (and a few baptisms) for the year 1855 [for immigrants at Grosse Isle] of the Reverend Armine W. Mountain, Acting Travelling Missionary of the Church of England. Only those records related to immigrants are included. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held at the Quebec National Archives (Archives National du Quebec) [Quebec City]: reel M344/1
Wilson Joseph     1855 His wife Sarah Wilson, late of Woolwich, England, died July 16 at age 38 and was buried the next day. Burial records (and a few baptisms) for the year 1855 [for immigrants at Grosse Isle] of the Reverend Armine W. Mountain, Acting Travelling Missionary of the Church of England. Only those records related to immigrants are included. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held at the Quebec National Archives (Archives National du Quebec) [Quebec City]: reel M344/1
Wilson James single Cooper 1749 Regiment or ship Deal Castle; date of entry April 4 Transcripts of Colonial Office Records: Nova Scotia--List of Emigrants entering Nova Scotia and Cape Breton, 1748-49. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 11, Colonial Office Nova Scotia 'A', vol. 44, pp 1-57, reel C-9125.
Wilson James   Joiner 1774 Left the country week of 7th to 14th March; embarked from the Port of Hull bound for Fort Cumberland, North America on the vessel 'Albion', Master Thomas Perrot; former residence Yorkshire; purpose 'going to seek a better Livelihood' Treasury Registers - Weekly Emigration Returns 1773-1775 Extracts. 'An Account of all Persons who have taken their Passage on Board any Ship or Vessel, to go out of this Kingdom from any Port in England.' Transcribed from original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 15, T.47, vol. 9, parts 1 and 2; page 10.
Wilson Thomas   Joiner 1774 Left the country week of 7th to 14th March; embarked from the Port of Hull bound for Fort Cumberland, North America on the vessel 'Albion', Master Thomas Perrot; former residence Yorkshire; purpose 'going to seek a better Livelihood' Treasury Registers - Weekly Emigration Returns 1773-1775 Extracts. 'An Account of all Persons who have taken their Passage on Board any Ship or Vessel, to go out of this Kingdom from any Port in England.' Transcribed from original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 15, T.47, vol. 9, parts 1 and 2; page 10.
Wilson Robert His wife and 7 children Farmer 1774 Left the country week of 5th to 12th April; from the Port of Scarborough bound for Nova Scotia; no account sent from this port of the Ship or Master's names; former residence Yorkshire; purpose 'his Rent being raised so high Obliges him to quit' Treasury Registers - Weekly Emigration Returns 1773-1775 Extracts. 'An Account of all Persons who have taken their Passage on Board any Ship or Vessel, to go out of this Kingdom from any Port in England.' Transcribed from original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 15, T.47, vol. 9, parts 1 and 2; page 15.
Wilson Thomas   Farmer 1774 Left the country week of 5th to 12th April; from the Port of Scarborough bound for Nova Scotia; no account sent from this port of the Ship or Master's names; former residence Yorkshire; purpose 'to seek for better Employment' Treasury Registers - Weekly Emigration Returns 1773-1775 Extracts. 'An Account of all Persons who have taken their Passage on Board any Ship or Vessel, to go out of this Kingdom from any Port in England.' Transcribed from original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 15, T.47, vol. 9, parts 1 and 2; page 15.
Wilson William   Farmer 1774 Left the country week of 5th to 12th April; from the Port of Scarborough bound for Nova Scotia; no account sent from this port of the Ship or Master's names; former residence Yorkshire; purpose 'to seek for a better Employment' Treasury Registers - Weekly Emigration Returns 1773-1775 Extracts. 'An Account of all Persons who have taken their Passage on Board any Ship or Vessel, to go out of this Kingdom from any Port in England.' Transcribed from original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 15, T.47, vol. 9, parts 1 and 2; page 15.
Wilson John   Farmer 1774 Left the country week of 28th February to 7th March; embarked from the Port of Hull bound for Nova Scotia on the vessel 'Two Friends', Master James Watt; former residence Yorkshire; purpose 'going to seek a better livelihood' Treasury Registers - Weekly Emigration Returns 1773-1775 Extracts. 'An Account of all Persons who have taken their Passage on Board any Ship or Vessel, to go out of this Kingdom from any Port in England.' Transcribed from original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 15, T.47, vol. 9, parts 1 and 2; page 3.
Wilson George 1 woman and 1 child   1792 Notations: 'English' List of Loyalists Embarked on Board the 'Myrtle', Captain Carr, Master, all of whom arrived at Quebec September 9, 1792 except two children who died in the passage. Transcribed from original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: RG 19, vol. 4447, part of file 16.
Wilson George Party of 1 man, 1 woman, 2 males over 12 years, 2 males less than 12 years, 1 female over 12 years   1816 Former residence Dumfries; arrived on ship 'Atlas' in 1815; located at Bathurst Twp. [Ontario], Conc. 1, lot E15 on 17 April 1816. Primarily civilian settlers at the Perth Military Settlement, Upper Canada [Ontario Local Records]. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 9, B8-27, vol. 1, reel C-4651.
Wilson James (Sr.) Party of 1 man, 1 woman, 2 females over 12 years   1816 Former residence Ireland; arrived on ship 'Alexander' in 1816; located at Bathurst Twp. [Ontario], Conc. 5, lot NE22 on 19 July 1816. Primarily civilian settlers at the Perth Military Settlement, Upper Canada [Ontario Local Records]. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 9, B8-27, vol. 1, reel C-4651.
Wilson James (Jr.) Party of one man   1816 Former residence Ireland; arrived on ship 'Alexander' in 1816; located at Bathurst Twp. [Ontario], Conc. 5, lot SW22 on 19 July 1816. Primarily civilian settlers at the Perth Military Settlement, Upper Canada [Ontario Local Records]. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 9, B8-27, vol. 1, reel C-4651.
Wilson Samuel Party of one man   1816 Former residence Scotland; arrived on ship 'Ann' on 1 Sept. 1816; located at Bathurst Twp. [Ontario], Conc. 1, lot SW15 on 10 Oct. 1816. Concession and lot locations are stricken out. Primarily civilian settlers at the Perth Military Settlement, Upper Canada [Ontario Local Records]. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 9, B8-27, vol. 1, reel C-4651.
Wilson Joseph Party of one man   1816 Former residence England; arrived on ship 'Nancy' on 21 Aug. 1816; located at Beckwith Twp. [Ontario], Conc. 5, lot ĄE10 on 30 Nov. 1816. Subsequently regranted. Primarily civilian settlers at the Perth Military Settlement, Upper Canada [Ontario Local Records]. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 9, B8-27, vol. 1, reel C-4651.
Wilson Robert     1816 Son of George Wilson, born 24 Nov. 1816 Primarily civilian settlers at the Perth Military Settlement, Upper Canada [Ontario Local Records]. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 9, B8-27, vol. 1, reel C-4651.
Wilson George     1816 Son Robert born 24 Nov. 1816. Primarily civilian settlers at the Perth Military Settlement, Upper Canada [Ontario Local Records]. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 9, B8-27, vol. 1, reel C-4651.
Wilson John Party of one man   1817 Located at Edwardsburgh Twp. [Ontario], Conc. 9, lot SW29 on 15 Aug. 1817. Primarily civilian settlers at the Perth Military Settlement, Upper Canada [Ontario Local Records]. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 9, B8-27, vol. 1, reel C-4651.
Wilson John Party of 1 man, 1 woman, 1 male less than 12 years, 1 female over 12 years, 1 female less than 12 years   1817 Former residence Ireland; located at Drummond Twp. [Ontario], Conc. 3, lot SW5 on 11 Sept. 1817. 'First granted to Eph. Hill 37 Regt., deceased'. Primarily civilian settlers at the Perth Military Settlement, Upper Canada [Ontario Local Records]. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 9, B8-27, vol. 1, reel C-4651.
Wilson George 4 in family Farmer 1817   Total of Protestant families preparing to emigrate from the counties of Carlow and Wexford in ensuing spring; to this date 710 families containing 4,027 individuals of whom upward of 1,100 are able-bodied. Ross 27 November 1817. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 11, Colonial Office 384,vol. 1, page 186, reel B-876.
Wilson John 1 in family Farmer 1817   Total of Protestant families preparing to emigrate from the counties of Carlow and Wexford in ensuing spring; to this date 710 families containing 4,027 individuals of whom upward of 1,100 are able-bodied. Ross 27 November 1817. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 11, Colonial Office 384,vol. 1, page 185, reel B-876.
Wilson Mark 9 in family Farmer 1817   Total of Protestant families preparing to emigrate from the counties of Carlow and Wexford in ensuing spring; to this date 710 families containing 4,027 individuals of whom upward of 1,100 are able-bodied. Ross 27 November 1817. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 11, Colonial Office 384,vol. 1, page 186, reel B-876.
Wilson Richd. 5 in family Farmer 1817   Total of Protestant families preparing to emigrate from the counties of Carlow and Wexford in ensuing spring; to this date 710 families containing 4,027 individuals of whom upward of 1,100 are able-bodied. Ross 27 November 1817. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 11, Colonial Office 384,vol. 1, page 178, reel B-876.
Wilson William   Weaver 1820 Fair complexion; fair hair; height 5'7 in.; former residence Anderston, Barony, Lanark 177 Scottish passengers onboard the 'Commerce' from Port Greenock [sic] to Quebec; 1820. '[Emigrating] to [obtain] subsistence by industry in America -- for which they engage to pay £3-5-0 for every adult and so in proportion for those under age.' Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: RG 8, vol. C., page 221, reel C-3159.
Wilson Anne     1820 Dark complexion; fair hair; height 5'4 in. 177 Scottish passengers onboard the 'Commerce' from Port Greenock [sic] to Quebec; 1820. '[Emigrating] to [obtain] subsistence by industry in America -- for which they engage to pay £3-5-0 for every adult and so in proportion for those under age.' Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: RG 8, vol. C., page 221, reel C-3159.
Wilson Jean     1820 Fair complexion; fair hair; height 4' 177 Scottish passengers onboard the 'Commerce' from Port Greenock [sic] to Quebec; 1820. '[Emigrating] to [obtain] subsistence by industry in America -- for which they engage to pay £3-5-0 for every adult and so in proportion for those under age.' Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: RG 8, vol. C., page 221, reel C-3159.
Wilson Thomas     1820 Fair complexion; fair hair; height 3'8 in. 177 Scottish passengers onboard the 'Commerce' from Port Greenock [sic] to Quebec; 1820. '[Emigrating] to [obtain] subsistence by industry in America -- for which they engage to pay £3-5-0 for every adult and so in proportion for those under age.' Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: RG 8, vol. C., page 221, reel C-3159.
Wilson Catherine     1820 Fair complexion; fair hair; height 1'10 in. 177 Scottish passengers onboard the 'Commerce' from Port Greenock [sic] to Quebec; 1820. '[Emigrating] to [obtain] subsistence by industry in America -- for which they engage to pay £3-5-0 for every adult and so in proportion for those under age.' Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: RG 8, vol. C., page 221, reel C-3159.
Wilson Ebenezer woman age 38; male children ages 14, 12; female children ages 7, 1   1821 List of Scottish families (from Paisley Townhead Emigration Society) who sailed from Greenock c. May 2, 1821 on board the ship 'Earl of Buckinghamshire' with destination of Upper Canada List of Scottish emigrants to Upper Canada on board the 'Earl of Buckinghamshire'; sailed from Greenock c May 2, 1821. Signed by Robert Lamond, Sect. to the Committee on Emigration for Scotland. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 11, Colonial Office 42, vol. 159, part 3, page 508, list 23/24.
Wilson William woman age 28; male children ages 6, 4; female children ages 13, 7, 1   1821 List of Scottish families (from Parkhead Emigration Society) who sailed from Greenock c. May 2, 1821 on board the ship 'Earl of Buckinghamshire' with destination of Upper Canada List of Scottish emigrants to Upper Canada on board the 'Earl of Buckinghamshire'; sailed from Greenock c May 2, 1821. Signed by Robert Lamond, Sect. to the Committee on Emigration for Scotland. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 11, Colonial Office 42, vol. 159, part 3, page 508, list 29.
Wilson James woman age 56; female children ages 26, 9, 1   1821 List of Glasgow families admitted on the Government grant as settlers in Upper Canada on the ship 'David' Lists of Scottish families admitted on the Government grant as settlers in Upper Canada on the Ship 'David'. Greenock, May 19, 1821. Ten lists dated May 19, 1821, signed by Robert Lamond, Sect. to the Committee on Emigration for Scotland. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 11, Colonial Office 42, vol. 159, page 507, list 14.
Wilson John     1821 List of Glasgow families admitted on the Government grant as settlers in Upper Canada on the ship 'David' Lists of Scottish families admitted on the Government grant as settlers in Upper Canada on the Ship 'David'. Greenock, May 19, 1821. Ten lists dated May 19, 1821, signed by Robert Lamond, Sect. to the Committee on Emigration for Scotland. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 11, Colonial Office 42, vol. 159, page 507, list 14.
Wilson Mrs. woman age 36; male child age 9; female children ages 6, 4, 1   1821 List of Glasgow families admitted on the Government grant as settlers in Upper Canada on the ship 'David' Lists of Scottish families admitted on the Government grant as settlers in Upper Canada on the Ship 'David'. Greenock, May 19, 1821. Ten lists dated May 19, 1821, signed by Robert Lamond, Sect. to the Committee on Emigration for Scotland. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 11, Colonial Office 42, vol. 159, page 507, list 14.
Clohane John   Reduced Farmer 1825 Head of family #28; former residence Freemount, Cork; remarks: ' 162 W. Wilson Beecher Esp. M.P.' RETURN of IRISH EMIGRANTS proceeding to Canada to be settled at the Expense of His Majesty's Gov't, under Mr. Peter Robinson, embarked at Cove, on Board of the 'Star' Transport, Joseph Becket Master, for Passage to Quebec. COVE OF CORK, 10th May 1825. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 11, Colonial Office 384, vol. 13, page 64, reel 885.
Reily William   Reduced Farmer 1825 Head of family #18; former residence Ballyclough, Cork; remarks: '161 Wm. Wilson Beecher Esq. M.P.' RETURN of IRISH EMIGRANTS proceeding to Canada to be settled at the Expense of His Majesty's Gov't, under Mr. Peter Robinson, embarked at Cove, on Board the 'Albion' Transport, John Mills Master, for Passage to Quebec. COVE OF CORK, 5th May 1825. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 11, Colonial Office 384, vol. 13, page 145, reel B-885.
Wilson Marion   Farmer 1833 Female; former residence Glasgow, Parish of St. Andrews, County of Lanark; reason for leaving the country: With her friends. An account of the passengers going on board the ‘Lady Campbell’, J. Whyte Master, for Saint John, New Brunswick. Signed by Master James Whyte at Greenock, 29 March 1833. Crew is also listed. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the Archives of New Brunswick: film 1482580.
Wilson 36281   Spouse 1833 Former residence Glasgow, Parish of St. Andrews, County of Lanark; reason for leaving the country: With her friends. An account of the passengers going on board the ‘Lady Campbell’, J. Whyte Master, for Saint John, New Brunswick. Signed by Master James Whyte at Greenock, 29 March 1833. Crew is also listed. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the Archives of New Brunswick: film 1482580.
Wilson Andr.   Child 1833 Former residence Glasgow, Parish of St. Andrews, County of Lanark; reason for leaving the country: With his friends. An account of the passengers going on board the ‘Lady Campbell’, J. Whyte Master, for Saint John, New Brunswick. Signed by Master James Whyte at Greenock, 29 March 1833. Crew is also listed. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the Archives of New Brunswick: film 1482580.
Wilson Robert   Farmer 1833 Residence Co. Derry. List of passengers in the Brig ‘Madawaska’ of Campbell Town, Dan’l McMurchy Master. 15 men, 270 Tons from Londonderry. Certified at Londonderry, Apr 1833. 148 adults less 8 persons that did not come on board = 140 Adults; 12 under 14 years; 27 under 7. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the Archives of New Brunswick: film 1482580.
Wilson Ann   Wife 1833 Residence Co. Derry. List of passengers in the Brig ‘Madawaska’ of Campbell Town, Dan’l McMurchy Master. 15 men, 270 Tons from Londonderry. Certified at Londonderry, Apr 1833. 148 adults less 8 persons that did not come on board = 140 Adults; 12 under 14 years; 27 under 7. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the Archives of New Brunswick: film 1482580.
Wilson James   Farmer 1833 Residence Co. Derry. List of passengers in the Brig ‘Madawaska’ of Campbell Town, Dan’l McMurchy Master. 15 men, 270 Tons from Londonderry. Certified at Londonderry, Apr 1833. 148 adults less 8 persons that did not come on board = 140 Adults; 12 under 14 years; 27 under 7. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the Archives of New Brunswick: film 1482580.
Wilson Rabecca   Spinster 1833 Residence Co. Derry. List of passengers in the Brig ‘Madawaska’ of Campbell Town, Dan’l McMurchy Master. 15 men, 270 Tons from Londonderry. Certified at Londonderry, Apr 1833. 148 adults less 8 persons that did not come on board = 140 Adults; 12 under 14 years; 27 under 7. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the Archives of New Brunswick: film 1482580.
Wilson Isabella   Child 1833 Residence Co. Derry. List of passengers in the Brig ‘Madawaska’ of Campbell Town, Dan’l McMurchy Master. 15 men, 270 Tons from Londonderry. Certified at Londonderry, Apr 1833. 148 adults less 8 persons that did not come on board = 140 Adults; 12 under 14 years; 27 under 7. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the Archives of New Brunswick: film 1482580.
Wilson Ann   Child 1833 Residence Co. Derry. List of passengers in the Brig ‘Madawaska’ of Campbell Town, Dan’l McMurchy Master. 15 men, 270 Tons from Londonderry. Certified at Londonderry, Apr 1833. 148 adults less 8 persons that did not come on board = 140 Adults; 12 under 14 years; 27 under 7. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the Archives of New Brunswick: film 1482580.
Wilson Jane   Child 1833 Residence Co. Derry. List of passengers in the Brig ‘Madawaska’ of Campbell Town, Dan’l McMurchy Master. 15 men, 270 Tons from Londonderry. Certified at Londonderry, Apr 1833. 148 adults less 8 persons that did not come on board = 140 Adults; 12 under 14 years; 27 under 7. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the Archives of New Brunswick: film 1482580.
Wilson Thomas   Child 1833 Residence Co. Derry. List of passengers in the Brig ‘Madawaska’ of Campbell Town, Dan’l McMurchy Master. 15 men, 270 Tons from Londonderry. Certified at Londonderry, Apr 1833. 148 adults less 8 persons that did not come on board = 140 Adults; 12 under 14 years; 27 under 7. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the Archives of New Brunswick: film 1482580.
Wilson Mary Ann   Spinster 1833 Residence Co. Donegal. List of passengers in the Brig ‘Madawaska’ of Campbell Town, Dan’l McMurchy Master. 15 men, 270 Tons from Londonderry. Certified at Londonderry, Apr 1833. 148 adults less 8 persons that did not come on board = 140 Adults; 12 under 14 years; 27 under 7. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the Archives of New Brunswick: film 1482580.
Wilson John   Labourer 1833 Residence Co. Donegal. List of passengers in the Brig ‘Madawaska’ of Campbell Town, Dan’l McMurchy Master. 15 men, 270 Tons from Londonderry. Certified at Londonderry, Apr 1833. 148 adults less 8 persons that did not come on board = 140 Adults; 12 under 14 years; 27 under 7. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the Archives of New Brunswick: film 1482580.
Wilson Ann   Spinster 1833 Residence Co. Donegal. List of passengers in the Brig ‘Madawaska’ of Campbell Town, Dan’l McMurchy Master. 15 men, 270 Tons from Londonderry. Certified at Londonderry, Apr 1833. 148 adults less 8 persons that did not come on board = 140 Adults; 12 under 14 years; 27 under 7. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the Archives of New Brunswick: film 1482580.
Wilson Robt   Seaman 1833 Crew List of the Crew and Passengers on Brig ‘Neptune’ for Saint John, New Brunswick, James Brown Master. Signed at Warmport 9 April 1833. There appear to be some family groupings on this manifest, but no specific inter-familial relationships are provided. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the Archives of New Brunswick: film 1482580.
Wilson Jane   Spinster 1833   Port of Belfast. A List of all passengers on Board the 'John & Mary' of New Castle, Mark Robson Master to Saint John, New Brunswick. Signed at Belfast Custom House by Mark Robson on 24th April 1833. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the Archives of New Brunswick: film 1482580.
Wilson John   Farmer 1833   Port of Belfast. A list of the names, ages, professions or occupations of all and every the Passengers on board the Brig ‘Dorcas Savage’ of Belfast, John Lemon Master. Witnessed at the Custom House, Belfast, on April 4, 1833. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the Archives of New Brunswick: film 1482580.
Wilson W.     1840 Capital held - £400 List of Emigrants Arrived at this Agency who had capital. Emigrant Office, Kingston, 28th December 1840. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 11, Colonial Office 42, vol. 744, pages 241 to 243, reel B-367.
Wilson Charly Total party of 1 male, 1 female, 3 children and 1 'free'   1846 Forwarded to Montreal per Steamer Sydenham, May 20; destination Peterboro; party consists of family members Destitute Emigrants forwarded to Montreal by Gov't Emigration office, Quebec, June to August 1846. Neilson Collection; returns and other records of the investigation into the conduct of James Allison, sometime Emigrant Agent at Montreal, 1823-1849. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 24 B 1, vol. 22, page 684, reel C-15773.
Wilson Mary Ann Total party of 2 females   1846 Forwarded to Montreal per Steamer 'Montreal', June 19; destination Montreal; other female is sister Destitute Emigrants forwarded to Montreal by Gov't Emigration office, Quebec, June to August 1846. Neilson Collection; returns and other records of the investigation into the conduct of James Allison, sometime Emigrant Agent at Montreal, 1823-1849. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 24 B 1, vol. 22, page 717, reel C-15773.
Wilson Mary Total party of 3 males and 9 females   1846 June 29; destination Bytown Names of the Single Emigrants that obtained free passage at the Government Expense in June and July 1846. Neilson Collection; records of the investigation into the conduct of James Allison, sometime Emigrant Agent at Montreal, 1823-1849. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 24 B 1, vol. 22, page 641, reel C-15773.
Wilson Thomas     1846 Residence: Napierville; amount awarded £60-0-0. Notice from the Receiver General's Office, Montreal to the claimants for Rebellion losses in Lower Canada whose names are included in the annexed Schedule. Dated October 9, 1846. Transcribed from original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 24, file J5, pages 13-15.
Wilson William   Surgeon (Chirugien) 1846 Residence: Chambly; amount awarded £12-0-0. Notice from the Receiver General's Office, Montreal to the claimants for Rebellion losses in Lower Canada whose names are included in the annexed Schedule. Dated October 9, 1846. Transcribed from original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 24, file J5, pages 13-15.
Wilson James Total party of 2 male and 2 female adults   1846 Persons forwarded Westward by the Montreal Agency on July 31; destination Kingston Shipping Book of the Montreal Agency shewing the adults, single or in families forwarded Westward in 1845-1846. Neilson Collection; records of the investigation into the conduct of James Allison, sometime Emigrant Agent at Montreal, 1823-1849. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 24 B 1, vol. 22, page 923, reel C-15773.
Wilson Mary Total party of 3 male and 9 female adults   1846 Persons forwarded Westward by the Montreal Agency on June 29; destination Bytown Shipping Book of the Montreal Agency shewing the adults, single or in families forwarded Westward in 1845-1846. Neilson Collection; records of the investigation into the conduct of James Allison, sometime Emigrant Agent at Montreal, 1823-1849. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 24 B 1, vol. 22, page 920, reel C-15773.
Wilson James other family members (listed separately)   1848 Head of family #13 Barque ‘Lulan' sailed from Glasgow for Georgetown but put in to Pictou [Nova Scotia], August 18, 1848. Transcribed from copies of original records held in the collection of the Archives of Prince Edward Island; Journals of the House of Assembly, Prince Edward Island, 1849, Appendix (I).
Wilson Marion other family members (listed separately)   1848 Member of family #13 Barque ‘Lulan' sailed from Glasgow for Georgetown but put in to Pictou [Nova Scotia], August 18, 1848. Transcribed from copies of original records held in the collection of the Archives of Prince Edward Island; Journals of the House of Assembly, Prince Edward Island, 1849, Appendix (I).
Wilson Mary other family members (listed separately)   1848 Member of family #13 Barque ‘Lulan' sailed from Glasgow for Georgetown but put in to Pictou [Nova Scotia], August 18, 1848. Transcribed from copies of original records held in the collection of the Archives of Prince Edward Island; Journals of the House of Assembly, Prince Edward Island, 1849, Appendix (I).
Wilson John other family members (listed separately)   1848 Member of family #13 Barque ‘Lulan' sailed from Glasgow for Georgetown but put in to Pictou [Nova Scotia], August 18, 1848. Transcribed from copies of original records held in the collection of the Archives of Prince Edward Island; Journals of the House of Assembly, Prince Edward Island, 1849, Appendix (I).
Wilson David   Farmer 1873 Steerage passenger aboard the Castalia A list of the passengers on the 'Castalia' in 1873. Some of these people returned to Scotland and others settled in Woodstock and other towns in New Brunswick soon after their arrival. Transcribed from copies from the documents in the collections of the Archives of Prince Edward Island: MC 80/80: The Scotch Colony -- The Story of 1873 , Compiled by a Friend of the Colony.
Wilson John wife Farmer 1873 Steerage passenger aboard the Castalia A list of the passengers on the 'Castalia' in 1873. Some of these people returned to Scotland and others settled in Woodstock and other towns in New Brunswick soon after their arrival. Transcribed from copies from the documents in the collections of the Archives of Prince Edward Island: MC 80/80: The Scotch Colony -- The Story of 1873 , Compiled by a Friend of the Colony.
Wilson Andrew wife and 5 children Farmer 1873 Steerage passenger aboard the Castalia A list of the passengers on the 'Castalia' in 1873. Some of these people returned to Scotland and others settled in Woodstock and other towns in New Brunswick soon after their arrival. Transcribed from copies from the documents in the collections of the Archives of Prince Edward Island: MC 80/80: The Scotch Colony -- The Story of 1873 , Compiled by a Friend of the Colony.
Wilson L. [male]   Farmer 1833 [Former] Residence: Fentone Port of Londonderry. A list of the Passengers and crew named on board the 'Leslie Gault' of Londonderry, 245 Tons, John Hughes Master, bound from Londonderry to St. John New Brunswick. Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the Archives of New Brunswick: film 1482580

 

   
 

 

 

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