In April of 1869 Agness Henneh James, nearly four months a widow of John Calf James, took her seven children from the little village of St. Gorran, Cornwall and boarded the SS Austrian at Liverpool. They sailed 32 days across the Atlantic to the Port of Quebec. That journey spawned generations in south central Ontario and the descendants are now spread across the country.
These pages contain the ancestors and descendants of those who made the journey and many that became connected along the way.
If you have connections to these families please contact me at the email address below.
OTHER ANCESTRAL NAMES
BRITISH FAMILY TREES
My Cornish Roots
Descendants of Edward James
First James Family Reunion 1937
Levick and Wright Descendants (Updated 01/03/03)
Debbie Backwell's Levick Homepage
Lanks in Lincolnshire (NEW 18/12/02)
The Franklins (NEW April 4, 2003)
GERMAN FAMILY TREES
Sutter (NEW April 4, 2003)