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Passenger List Of Flight 3407


passenger list of flight 3407
    passenger list
  • (passenger lists) passenger lists are lists of the names and information about passengers that arrived on ships into the United States. These lists were submitted to customs collectors at every port by the ship's master.
  • A ships list of passengers, usually referring to those ships arriving in the US from Europe.
  • (Passenger Lists) a roster of people who traveled from a foreign country on ships to another country
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  • Colgan Air Flight 3407, marketed as Continental Connection under a codeshare agreement with Continental Airlines, was a daily U.S. regional airline commuter flight from Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey to Buffalo Niagara International Airport in New York State.
passenger list of flight 3407 - Irish Passenger
Irish Passenger Lists, 1847-1871. Lists of Passengers Sailing from Londonderry to America on Ships of the J. & J. Cooke Line and the McCorkell Line
Irish Passenger Lists, 1847-1871. Lists of Passengers Sailing from Londonderry to America on Ships of the J. & J. Cooke Line and the McCorkell Line
These passenger lists, which cover the period of the Irish Famine and its aftermath, identify the emigrants' actual places of residence, as well as their port of departure and nationality. Essentially business records, the lists were developed from the order books of the two main passenger lines operating out of Londonderry--J. & J. Cooke (1847-67) and William McCorkell & Co. (1863-71). Both sets of records provide the emigrant's name, age, and address, and the name of the ship. The Cooke lists provide the ship's destination and year of sailing, while the McCorkell lists provide the date engaged and the scheduled sailing date. Altogether 27,495 passengers are identified.

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1872 Passenger List
1872 Passenger List
This is the record showing the passenger list for the SS Nevada, the ship part of my family was on during their passage from Germany to America. Dated Oct 11, 1872, passengers boarded in Liverpool, England and Queenstown, Ireland. Marten H. Swart, the patriarch of the family is not on the list. I still have to figure this one out. His name looks like it is scratched out and Addina Swart is written in. That was his wife. Her name is on the second line from the top. The children listed are Henrietta, Johann, Diedrich, Jno. Addina, Martin, Thos. and Hembina. Thomas and Hembina both died en route and were buried at sea.
UK Incoming Passenger Lists, 1938 William A. C. Heyman
UK Incoming Passenger Lists, 1938 William A. C. Heyman
Name:William Alfred Heyman Birth Date:abt 1892 Age:46 Port of Departure:Durban, South Africa Arrival Date:23 Dec 1938 Port of Arrival:Southampton, England Ports of Voyage:Durban, East London, Port Elizabeth, Mossel Bay, Cape Town and Madeira Ship Name:Capetown Castle Search Ship Database:View the 'Capetown Castle' in the 'Passenger Ships and Images' database Shipping Line:Union-Castle Mail Steamship Company Ltd Official Number:166402

passenger list of flight 3407
passenger list of flight 3407
Who Sailed On Titanic?: The Definitive Passenger Lists
The Western National Omnibus Co was formed in 1929 between the Great Western Railway and National Omnibus & Transport Co, inheriting part of National's West Country operations (the other part of these operations passed to Southern National at the same time). In 1931, the company became a subsidiary of the Tilling Group and operated closely with its sister company, Southern National. Both were headquartered in Exeter, but they maintained distinct identities, until the creation of NBC when Southern National was subsumed into Western National.Western National's operations were predominantly in Cornwall and west Devon, with major services including routes such as Plymouth-Torquay and Seaton-Taunton. The fleet, which numbered 601 vehicles in 1965, was largely comprised of standard Bristol/ECW types, with only seven of the fleet being non-Bristol in 1965.In the follow up to the earlier and well-received account of the companion operator, Southern National, this is a detailed account of the history, operations and fleet of Western National from its origins through to Nationalisation. Alongside the author's well-researched text, the book includes a comprehensive selection of both colour and mono illustrations, which provide the reader with a superb pictorial record of the great variety of vehicles operated over the years. This book will be of great interest in the areas served by the company and will also appeal to the many enthusiasts who recall Western National and its fleet with affection.

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