Message from discussion immigration entry points?
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Date: Mon, 19 Mar 2007 21:42:56 -0400
From: singhals <singh...@erols.com>
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Subject: Re: immigration entry points?
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> I'm looking for my grandfathers record of entry into the US
> but have been unable to find him in the Ellis Island site.
> His name was Andrew Carmichael and he came from Ireland. On
> a 1910 Census he says he was naturalized in 1890. Are there
> any other ports where he could have arrived or other records
> that I can search for which county in Ireland he came from?
> From his death certificate I learned who his parents were and
> that he was 54 and was born in 1872. Any help will be
> appreciated. Many thanks to those who replied to a previous
Where was he in 1910? Or 1900 for that matter?
There were literally dozens of ports, large and small, he
could have entered. Not to mention the Canada/US border
Most of those records have to be searched by hand from
microfilm, but you might get lucky at the Olive Tree