Brig Industry, Halifax, Canada to Philadelphia

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Document ID 100022
Date 20-12-1825
Document Type Passenger Lists
Archive Public Record Office, Northern Ireland
Citation Brig Industry, Halifax, Canada to Philadelphia; CMSIED 100022
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REPORT or MANIFEST of all Passengers taken on board the Brig
Industry whereof John Clarke is Master, from Halifax [Canada?]
burthen  200 Tons    and owned by A. C. Barclay
of Philadelphia and bound to Philadelphia



NAMES                AGE SEX OCCUPATION  The country  The country
                                         to which     in which
                                         they         they intend
                                         severally    to become
                                         belong.      inhabitants
J. Gleeson             40  M  Labourers   Ireland      U.S.A.
B. Gleeson             38  F  Labourers   Ireland      U.S.A.
T. Gleeson             19  M  Labourers   Ireland      U.S.A.
Mary Gleeson           14  F  Labourers   Ireland      U.S.A.
John Gleeson Junr.     12  M  Labourers   Ireland      U.S.A.
Joseph Maha            25  M  Labourers   Ireland      U.S.A.
[Cashann?] Maha        22  F  Labourers   Ireland      U.S.A.
John Maha               4  M  Labourers   Ireland      U.S.A.
Lawrence Maha           1« M  Labourers   Ireland      U.S.A.
Michael Obrien         26  M  Labourers   Ireland      U.S.A.
Fanny Obrien           23  F  Labourers   Ireland      U.S.A.
Michael Obrien          1  M  Labourers   Ireland      U.S.A.
Thomas Wallace         26  M  Labourers   Ireland      U.S.A.
Thomas [ODie?]         30  M  Labourers   Ireland      U.S.A.
Wm Bowden              23  M  Labourers   Ireland      U.S.A.
Michael [Clordan?]     24  M  Labourers   Ireland      U.S.A.
John Glarry [Glawry?]  40  M  Labourers   Ireland      U.S.A.
John McCloud           23  M  Labourers   Ireland      U.S.A.


I John Clarke do solemnly, sincerely and truly swear
that the following Report or Manifest subscribed with my name,
and now delivered by me to the Collector of the District of
Philadelphia contains, to the best of my knowledge and belief, a
just and true account of all the passengers which were on board
the Brig Industry at the time of her sailing from the port of
Halifax [Canada?] or which have been taken on board at any time
since; that I am present, and have been during the voyage, master
of the said vessel. And I do likewise swear that all matters
whatsoever in the said Report or Manifest are, to the best of my
knowledge and belief, just and true.
                                        SO HELP ME GOD
Sworn before me, this 20  day of Decr [December?] 1825

[J. H. D Call?]
                            John Clarke