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19:06 Oct 14, 2001
Gaelic to English translations [Non-PRO] Tech/Engineering
Explanation: Anadania was the name of a ship which carried many immigrants to America from Ireland in the early 20th century.
I have found references to it in various genealogy forums:
At 03:37 PM 3/17/98 -0500, pauline wilson wrote:
>I am looking for a passenger list for the Anadania's voyage in 1924 from
>England to Canada. Also the dates it sailed.
You'll have to be patient a little longer, for a passenger list for Cunard
Line, ANDANIA. I do know when and where she sailed in 1924 though.
Our main database cover up to the year 1919 (with passenger manifest
reference numbers). Passenger manifests for the years 1919 to 1935 will be
made available soon. The National Archives of Canada (NAC) has just
recently received them from the Department of Immigration. They are still
in the process of preparing them for the public. I am keeping in touch
with NAC, and when I know any more details, I'll post the information to TSL.
ANDANIA sailed from Plymouth, Cherbourg and London, to Montreal during the
Summer months, and from Hamburg and Southampton to Halifax, in the Winter
months. It made nine sailings in 1924, three of which also continued to