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UK Incoming Passenger Lists, 1878-1960

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MarieCeleste

MarieCeleste Report 21 Sep 2013 17:00

I may as well post this as I found it (I'll send a pm to Anne)

UK, Incoming Passenger Lists, 1878-1960
Name: Richard Rogers
Birth Date: abt 1854
Age: 56
Port of Departure: Callao, Peru
Arrival Date: 17 May 1910
Port of Arrival: Liverpool, England
Ports of Voyage: Callao
[Iquique] [Talcahuano] [Punta Arenas] [Buenos Aires] [Montevideo] [Santos] [Rio de Janeiro]
Ship Name: Orcoma
Shipping Line: Pacific Steam Navigation Co
Official Number: 127920

He was an engineer and embarked Antofagasta.
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UK, Incoming Passenger Lists, 1878-1960
Name: Richard Rogers
Birth Date: abt 1855
Age: 68
Port of Departure: Talacahuano, Chile
Arrival Date: 7 May 1923
Port of Arrival: Liverpool, England
Ports of Voyage: Iquique [Callao] [Arica]
Ship Name: Orcoma
Shipping Line: Pacific Steam Navigation Co
Official Number: 127920

Occupation Mechanic, again embarked Antofagasta. He was headed to 41 Blandford Road, Bedford Park, Chiswick. He appears to be travelling with an Alice Slawson who was headed to the same address.

jax

jax Report 21 Sep 2013 15:22

Welcome to the boards Anne

Please read my reply from last year on previous page...this thread has not been used for 3 years, you would do better to start one of your own

Anne

Anne Report 21 Sep 2013 13:59

Hi Julia
My grandfather Richard Roskrow Rogers born 1854, Gwennap. Cornwall.
He migrated to Chile in the late 1870s /early 1880s. When widowed he returned to Cornwall and is recorded in Redruth Cornwall in 1911.
Between then and his death in 1933 he travelled to and from Chile several times.

If you are able to supply any information from your records I would be extremely happy and grateful!
Anne

Ceedee

Ceedee Report 11 Oct 2012 04:34

Oh thanks Jax dopey me.
Carol

jax

jax Report 11 Oct 2012 04:22

Ceedee

Julia has not replied on this thread since 2010 so it does'nt look like she is doing look ups now

Also the title of this thread is UK incoming passenger lists 1878-1960

Ceedee

Ceedee Report 11 Oct 2012 04:06

Hi Julia, This is probably like looking for a needle in a haystack. Bridget Sullivan born 1847 we have no idea where abouts in Ireland , left Ireland in the early 1860's and arrived in Port Chalmers or Dunedin Otago New Zealand around 1863 -1864 she may have been with a Mary Moran or another Sullivan. Many thanks.
Carol

MarieCeleste

MarieCeleste Report 10 Oct 2012 18:41

Jacki - I'd refer you again to my post above yours. Seems like one post has been dleted in the interim.

MarieCeleste

MarieCeleste Report 23 Sep 2012 16:46

Hello Jacki, it's been a couple of years since Julia last replied to a post on here.

Why not start a new thread of your own asking for help - just use the "Add Topic" button on the first page of the Find Ancestors board. Don't forget to give as much info as possible about him, like when and where he was born. Details of his family including spouse if married and children. His occupation would help and details of the last census you have him on.

There are quite a few of us have access to incoming and outgoing shipping records, plus worldwide records so someone should be able to help you.

Hilary

Hilary Report 22 Aug 2012 23:25

Hi Julia,
I know you have said that there are very few European listings, however, could you look for a Gladys Smith (my Grandmother) , travelling with James Robert Smith, (My Father), from Germany to the UK, 1937/1938.

I never knew my GrandMother and my Father died in 1971, when I was 4 yrs.

A long shot I know :-)

Thanks

Hilary

♥Julia♥

♥Julia♥ Report 22 May 2010 06:59

Lisa
There are no records for your grandparents, sorry.

There a very few Europeans records, mostly Australia, India, Asia, Africa, USA, Canada, some China and Japan

♥Julia♥

♥Julia♥ Report 22 May 2010 06:42

Hi David
I have checked for Thomas Willis b: 1856 +/- 5 years travelling with wife Emma, no enties that match.
Have also checked Emma Willis b: 1850 +/- 5 years travelling with husband Thomas, again, no luck, sorry.

Lisa

Lisa Report 21 May 2010 23:35

Hi

I wondered if you might be able to help me too.....
Im looking for records of my grandparents who came to England in 1945/1946. They were in a concentration camp in Germany and i believe they came over in a boat and arrived in Southampton although i might be wrong about that.

Their names were Walter Lepak (19.6.1925) and Maria Lepak Kowaleczen (sp.) (22.6.1920) My nana may have lied about her date of birth to make herself younger.....it was a rumour but not one that we ever had confirmed. Both of them were born in the Ukraine.

Many Thanks for any help you can give me

Lisa

David

David Report 21 May 2010 23:12

Hello Julia
You write:
Hi David
Could you give me an idea of their birth years and where they were coming from please, unfortunately there a quite a few Thomas & Emma Willis listed.
Thanks
Julia

Emma was born in 1847 but usually lied about her age, making herself younger as she married a youngef man no doubt. Thomas gives his dob about 1856 at their marriage..

♥Julia♥

♥Julia♥ Report 20 May 2010 08:08

Hi David
Could you give me an idea of their birth years and where they were coming from please, unfortunately there a quite a few Thomas & Emma Willis listed.
Thanks
Julia

♥Julia♥

♥Julia♥ Report 20 May 2010 08:05

Hi Carol
Sorry, I cannot find either of them. I have searched with Arthurs birth year and arrival date and also a general search for all Gaters coming from America witin the time frame you gave, nothing.
Regards
Julia

David

David Report 19 May 2010 21:18

Hi Julia

Thanks for finding Miss Plested, she was the one I was looking for. Please could I ask for another lookup?

The names are Thomas Willis, Mrs Thomas Willis or Mrs Emma Willis between 1882 and 1907,

Thanks again

David

Chris

Chris Report 19 May 2010 19:43

Hi Julia
Yes thats my gran !! Thank you for your help, and for trying to find the missing Youngs!!
Kind regards
Krissie

♥Julia♥

♥Julia♥ Report 19 May 2010 18:57

dadymuzza

There are many James O'Hara's, unfortunately none match yours birth and arrival year.

As I pointed out previously, there a very few Europeans records, mostly Australia, India, Asia, Africa, USA, Canada, some China and Japan.

daddymuzza

daddymuzza Report 19 May 2010 18:37

Hi Julia
Looking for arrival details of my Great Grandfather James O'Hara born 1858 in Belfast
I have a Glasgow poorlaw record which states that James O'Hara was at sea for a year around 1878 before returning to Glasgow
James O'Hara B1858 may have travelled with his brother John O'Hara B1855
I know these two men were in Glasgow in during the 1881 census

♥Julia♥

♥Julia♥ Report 19 May 2010 17:06

Terry

There a very few Europeans records, mostly Australia, India, Asia, Africa, USA, Canada, some China and Japan.
I have checked and cannot see him, sorry.