BCGS Irish Group – Notes from 8 May 2013

The Ireland Reaching Out website was discussed by Mary Cooper, BC representative: http://www.irelandxo.com  

See the website’s feature, Find My Parish – by Province or County: http://www.irelandxo.com/where-do-i-start

The Peter Robinson settlers from Ireland 1823, 1825 were mentioned. The following is a sampling of websites with information, indexes and databases

The Archives of Ontario, see particularly the Land Records research guide, “From Grant to Patent: A Guide to Early Land Settlement Records, ca.1790 to ca.1850″, pages 11-12: http://www.archives.gov.on.ca/en/tracing/the_records.aspx

Peterborough Museum and Archives: http://www.peterboroughmuseumandarchives.ca/Browsing/archivalcollections.htm

Peter Robinson Ships’ Lists, Trent Valley Archives: http://www.trentvalleyarchives.com/resources/online-resources/census-registries-directories/peter-robinson-ships-list

Emigration From Cork Ireland to Upper Canada, 1823, The First Peter Robinson Settlers by Roberta M. O’Brien: http://webhome.idirect.com/~obrienr/cork1823.html

Peter Robinson Settlers of 1823 and 1825, Joe Kenny: http://kennytree.com/links/peter_robinson.htm

Peter Robinson Settlers from Cork to Canada 1823 & 1825, The Ships List: http://www.theshipslist.com/ships/passengerlists/peterrobinsonindex.shtml

Peter Robinson Settlers – 1825, Peterborough County GenSearch: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~peterborough/probinsn.html

Extracts from 8 of the Robinson ships, Surgeon-superintendent Reports for 8 of the 1825 vessels, Olive Tree Genealogy: http://www.olivetreegenealogy.com/ships/canada/PeterRobinson.shtml

Survey of Robinson’s Irish Settlers, Robinson’s Papers and Correspondence, Ships Lists, Medical Journals, etc. Transcription project: http://peannairi.com

See also -

The book, Peter Robinson’s Settlers by Carol Bennett (originally published by Juniper Books Ltd.: Renfrew, 1987, latest edition published by Global Heritage Press: Milton, Ontario, 2011).

1825 Robinson Settlers website for information on the 2025 Celebration planned and to contribute to a new book on Robinson settler families. Contact the Kawartha Ancestral Research Association Inc.: http://www.karagen.org/robinson.html

also mentioned -

Irish Centre for Migration, ERIN, The Centre for Migration Studies (CMS) at the Ulster-American Folk, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland and the Irish Centre for Migration Studies (ICMS) at the National University of Ireland, Cork : http://migration.ucc.ie/indexemigration.htm

Centre for Migration Studies, Ulster-American Folk Park: http://www.nmni.com/uafp/Collections/Emigration

Irish Petty Sessions Courts were another topic. Some on-line resources are -

Irish Petty Sessions Courts, Irish Genealogy Toolkit: http://www.irish-genealogy-toolkit.com/irish-petty-sessions.html

Irish Petty Session records, Republic of Ireland only, Find My Past (FindMyPast.ie or .com or co.uk – World Search), see list of all Irish indexes and databases at Find My Past: http://www.findmypast.co.uk/help-and-advice/international-records/irish-records

Irish Petty Sessions records, Republic of Ireland only, see the FamilySearch catalog for films: https://familysearch.org/catalog-search

Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, petty sessions for the 6 northern Ireland counties only: http://www.proni.gov.uk/index/family_history/family_history_more_sources/family_history_19th_century_sources.htm

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