Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild

SS Canima
Hamilton, Bermuda to New York
18 January 1876


DISTRICT OF NEW YORK - PORT OF NEW YORK

I, W^m E. *Whitter, Master of the SS Canima, do solemnly, sincerely and truly swear that the following List or Manifest, subscribed by me, and now delivered by me to the Collector of the Customs of the Collection District of New York, is a full and perfect list of all the passengers taken on board the said Ship at Hamilton, Ba from which port said Vessel has now arrived; and that on said list is truly designated the age, the sex and the occupation of each of said passengers, the part of the vessel occupied by each during the passage, the country to which each belongs, and also the country of which it is intended by each to become an inhabitant; and that said List or Manifest truly sets forth the number of said passengers who have died on said voyage, and the names and ages of those who died.
Sworn to this 18 January 1876

So help me God,
(signed) W^m E. *Whitten

before me ________________(illegible signature)

List or Manifest of all the passengers taken on board the SS Canima whereof W^m E. *Whitter is Master, from Bermuda, burthen 843 tons.

Columns represent Names, age in years and months, sex, occupation, the country to which they severally belong, the country of which they intend to become inhabitants, *died on voyage, part of the vessel occupied by each passenger during the voyage.

Cabin Passengers:
1*   T Leddecoat       30   male   mariner    England   England
2    B B Washington    22   male   clerk      Bermuda   Bermuda
3*   E T Bruen         26   male   doctor     US        US
4*   J Bruen           24   male   gent       US        US
5    S S Fox           26   male   merchant   US        US
6    Robt Jeffrey      40   male   merchant   US        US
7*   A D Porchem       35   male   merchant   Canada    Canada
8    A E Outerbridge   30   male   merchant   US        US
9*   Caleb Pink        40   male   merchant   US        US


Transcriber's Notes:   

*  An asterisk indicates an error on the part of the original recorder, not the transcriber,
   or is used to call your attention to additional information in the transcriber's notes.

?  Indicates a letter or number which could not be determined due to the condition of the
   manifest or handwriting of the original recorder.

^  A ^ followed by a letter indicates that the letter was superscripted.

*  Names were transcribed as seen regardless of spelling.

*  None died during the voyage, therefore this coloumn was eliminated.

*  Passengers where numbered by the transcribers for ease of referencing.

Captain: the last name could be Whitten or Whitter.
1:       the last name could be Liddicoat.
3 & 4:   Surname may be Brown or Bruin.
7:       Surname may be Porchena
9:       Surname may be Park

Source: National Archives and Records Administration, Film M237, reel 401, 29a
This material made available through the generous permission of the Immigrant Ship Transcribers Guild and the transcriber Harry Green & Ines Mannhardt