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Ancestry.com. Listes de passagers des ports de l’Atlantique, de 1820 à 1873 et de 1893 à 1959 [base de données en ligne]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc., 2010.
Données originales : Records from Record Group 287, Publications of the U.S. Government; Record Group 85, Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Service [INS] and Record Group 36, Records of the United States Customs Service. The National Archives at Washington, D.C.
A full list of sources can be found here.

 Listes de passagers des ports de l’Atlantique, de 1820 à 1873 et de 1893 à 1959

Cette base de données est un index des listes des passagers des navires provenant de ports étrangers à destination de divers ports atlantiques américain. Les informations contenues dans l’index incluent le prénom, le nom de famille, l’âge, le sexe, l’ethnicité, la dernière résidence, la date d’arrivée, le port d’arrivée, le port de départ, le nom du navire et le numéro de la page et de la bobine du microfilm. Si le nom d’un ami ou d’un membre de famille que l’individu allait rejoindre, ou si un lieu de naissance était fourni, cette information est également incluse dans l’index.

This database is an index to passenger lists of ships from foreign ports that arrived at various Atlantic ports in the United States (see below for a specific list of ports and the year range this database covers for each). In addition, the names found in the index are linked to actual images of the passenger lists or transcripts of passenger lists, copied from National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) microfilm (see Source Information above for microfilm series and roll information).

This database may also contain a few records of immigrants who entered the U.S. via other ports or border crossings and were later asked to fill out immigrant arrival information on passenger lists. Therefore, you may find individuals in this database whose port of arrival is not one of those listed below. You may also occasionally find passenger lists from smaller ports whose records have been grouped with those from ports in this collection.

Information contained in the index generally includes:

  • given name
  • surname
  • age
  • gender
  • ethnicity
  • last residence
  • arrival date
  • port of arrival
  • port of departure
  • ship name
  • microfilm roll and page number

If a name of a friend or relative whom the individual was going to join with or a place of nativity was provided, that information is included in the index as well. Many of these items may be used to search the index in the search template above. Additional information may be available on the actual passenger list and can be obtained by viewing the corresponding image.

Many passenger list forms, especially those from the twentieth century, were two pages long. Be sure to click the "Previous" and "Next" buttons in order to see all the images pertaining to a particular manifest.

It is important to note that the port of departure listed on these passenger lists is not always the original port of departure for these individuals. A ship could make several voyages throughout the year, making several stops along way. Ofttimes the port of departure found on these lists is the most recent port the ship was located at prior to arriving in America. Therefore, if your ancestors emigrated to the U.S. from Germany, it’s possible that they could be found on a passenger list coming from Liverpool, England. They may have followed a local European shipping route to Liverpool and then boarded a vessel from one of the major shipping lines to America there.

The microcopies of the passenger lists found at NARA are arranged chronologically by the arrival date of the vessel. If you do not want to search this database using the search template, the images may be browsed as follows: first select the "Port" you would like to browse, followed by the "Year," then "Month," and finally the "Ship Name."

To learn about researching in passenger records consult John P. Colletta's They Came In Ships (Salt Lake City: Ancestry, 1993).

Ports and Years Covered

Port(s) CityPort StateYear Range
MobileAlabama1832–1852
Bridgeport, New Haven, and New LondonConnecticut1820–1873, 1929–1959
FairfieldConnecticut1820–1821
HartfordConnecticut1832
New HavenConnecticut1820, 1822–31
New LondonConnecticut1820, 1823–27, 1829, 1831, 1918–1954
SaybrookConnecticut1820
WilmingtonDelaware1820–1849
Key WestFlorida1837–1868
St. AugustineFlorida1821–1870
St. JohnsFlorida1865
BrunswickGeorgia1904–1939
DarienGeorgia1823–1825
SavannahGeorgia1820–1866, 1906–1945
New OrleansLouisiana1820–1827
BangorMaine1848
BathMaine1825–1867
BelfastMaine1820–1851
EastportMaine1949–1958
Frenchman's BayMaine1821–1827
KennebunkMaine1820–1842
PassamaquoddyMaine1820–1859
PenobscotMaine1851
PortlandMaine1893–1943
Portland and FalmouthMaine1820–1868
WaldoboroMaine1820–1833
WiscassetMaine1819–1829
YarmouthMaine1820
AnnapolisMaryland1849
BaltimoreMaryland1820, 1822–26, 1829
Havre de GraceMaryland1820
BarnstableMassachusetts1820–1826
Boston & CharlestownMassachusetts1820–1827
DightonMassachusetts1819–1836
EdgartownMassachusetts1820–1870
Fall RiverMassachusetts1837–1865
GloucesterMassachusetts1820–1870, 1906–1942
HinghamMassachusetts1852
MarbleheadMassachusetts1820–1852
NantucketMassachusetts1820–1862
New BedfordMassachusetts1822, 1825–1852, 1902–1942
NewburyportMassachusetts1821–1839
PlymouthMassachusetts1821–1844
SalemMassachusetts1865–1866
Salem & BeverlyMassachusetts1823
PasacagoulaMississippi1903–1935
PortsmouthNew Hampshire1820–1861
BridgetonNew Jersey1828
Cape MayNew Jersey1828
Little Egg HarborNew Jersey1831
NewarkNew Jersey1836
Perth AmboyNew Jersey1820–1832
New YorkNew York1820–27
OswegatchieNew York1821–1823
RochesterNew York1866
Sag HarborNew York1829–1834
BeaufortNorth Carolina1865
EdentonNorth Carolina1820
Morehead CityNorth Carolina1908–1958
New BernNorth Carolina1820–1865
PlymouthNorth Carolina1820–1840
WashingtonNorth Carolina1820–1848
WilmingtonNorth Carolina1908–1958
SanduskyOhio1820
PhiladelphiaPennsylvania1820–1822, 1824–1827, 1829
Bristol and WarrenRhode Island1820–1871
DavisvilleRhode Island1918–1954
MelvilleRhode Island1918–1954
NewportRhode Island1820–1857
ProvidenceRhode Island1820–1867, 1911–1943
Quonset PointRhode Island1918–1954
TivertonRhode Island1918–1954
CharlestonSouth Carolina1820–1829, 1919–1948
Port RoyalSouth Carolina1865
Various portsSouth Carolina1822–23, 1828
GalvestonTexas1846–1871
AlexandriaVirginia1820–1865
East RiverVirginia1830
HamptonVirginia1821
Norfolk and PortsmouthVirginia1819–1857
PetersburgVirginia1820–1821
RichmondVirginia1820–1844
GeorgetownWashington, D.C.1820–1821

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