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FLANNELLY / CARLAN
Posted by: Carol Stuart (ID *****0490) Date: April 01, 2012 at 10:49:12
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These are my 4th. great grandparents....

Anthony Flannelly Sr. / Marie (Mary) Carlan 1
Husband Anthony FLANNELLY ( Sr. ) [13586]
Born 1807 Ireland
Wife Marie (Mary) CARLAN [13587]
Children
1 M * Patrick FLANNELLY [879]
Born 1829 Co. Mayo, Ireland
Spouse Ellen ( Helen ) HALL [891] (1832- ) 24 Feb 1850 - Grenville Paroisse - Notre Dame Des Sept., Douleurs
General Notes: Husband -
Arrived in Quebec Aug. 8, 1847 Grosse Ille, Ottawa, Ontario
Ship travelled on was "Charles Walton"
Port of Departure was Killala, Ireland
Came with his Son Patrick Flannelly <17> years of age, and wife Mary (Maria) Calan ? 40 years of age.
Return of the names and ages of emigrants who died on ship board previous to their arrival at Quebec during the season of 1847
"The Morning Chronicle (Quebec), 1847/12/24 had the names of all the people who died on the ship and Anthony and his wife Mary
(Maria) were amongst them.
Patrick and Mary had the following Children who died on the boat on their way to Canada...
Anthony Flannelly Jr. Born 1843, Ireland
Eleanor Flannelly Born 1844, Ireland
Margaret Flannelly Born 1838
Return of the names and ages of emigrants who died on ship board previous to their arrival at Quebec during the season of 1847
The Morning Chronicle (Québec), 1847/12/24
Arrival at Grosse Isle
On arrival at Grosse Isle, emigrant ships were not permitted to sail onwards unless they had assured the authorities that they were
free of disease. Those with fever cases on board were required to fly a blue flag. Dr. George Douglas, Grosse Isle's chief medical
officer, recorded that by mid-summer the quarantine regulations in force were 'physically impossible' to carry out, making it necessary
for the emigrants to stay on board their ships for many days. Douglas believed that washing and airing out the ships would be enough
to stop the contagion spreading between infected passengers.
General Notes: Wife -
Return of the names and ages of emigrants who died on ship board previous to their arrival at Quebec during the season of 1847
"The Morning Chronicle (Quebec), 1847/12/24 had the names of all the people who died on the ship and Anthony and his wife Mary
(Maria) were amongst them.
CARLAN
Marie (Mary) [13587], 1
FLANNELLY
Anthony ( Sr. ) [13586], 1
Patrick [879], 1
HALL
Ellen ( Helen ) [891], 1
Location Index 3
Grenville Paroisse - Notre Dame Des Sept., Douleurs, 1
Ireland, 1


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