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Find My Past, Outward Passenger Update, 6 Feb. 2008

Find My Past is a commercial organisation in the UK and whilst there is a free search facility, including many pages of the name Bunting even without allowing for the variants. Transcripts and images may only be received on a "pay per view" basis.

Findmypast.com has added another decade of records to the UK Outbound Passenger Lists currently available. Records now include 20 million names within 137,000 passenger lists spanning 1890 to 1949.

Search the passenger lists now

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Find My Past, Outward Passenger Update, 6 Feb. 2008 | 1 comments | Create New Account
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Outward Passengers pre 1890
Authored by: Mrs Beryl Jones on 04:20AM UTC - Monday, 31 March 2008

Can you please tell me where to find lists prior to 1890 ?

My relation George Bunting, wife Elizabeth and daughter Mary  left UK sometime between 1871 census and 1883, but have been unable to trace when they arrived in Australia. All subsequent children were born in Lithgow, NSW.
 

Beryl

 

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