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Re: Help with New York Mystery.
« Reply #99 on: Wednesday 04 January 12 09:48 GMT (UK) »
From June 1, 1921 to December 31, 1924, the Department of Immigration and Colonization required that individual manifests (Form 30A, RG 76 C1j) be completed and submitted to the immigration officers at the ports of arrival, instead of the large sheet passenger list manifests previously in use. A form had to be submitted for each passenger, including children, except those in transit to the United States. The use of Form 30A was discontinued as of January 1, 1925. From that date, the use of large sheet manifests was reinstated.

Each Form 30A usually included the following details:

name of ship;- date of sailing;- port and date of arrival;
name; - age;- occupation;-birthplace;- race;
citizenship;- religion;-destination; and name of the nearest relative in the country from which the immigrant came

The information was on a subscription site to which I cannot give a link to unpaid members - unfortunately it gives no further information on Patrick Chambers 

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Re: Help with New York Mystery.
« Reply #100 on: Sunday 08 January 12 00:35 GMT (UK) »
I have a Patrick Boyle from Co Donegal arriving Canada on 'Saturnia' 24 May 1924 going to his friend Charles Brennan 981 Tupper St Montreal.

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« Reply #101 on: Sunday 08 January 12 10:50 GMT (UK) »
Incase it helps further - This Patrick Boyle crossed the border from Canada to the USA (Port of Malone)  1 st August 1924.
Patrick born Falmore. Ireland. 20 th June 1898 - Father Michael Boyle. Crohay. (Cronay ?) Dungloe. Donegal. Ireland. Had landed at Quebec on the Saturnia 1 st May 1924.
Patrick had a sister Annie Boyle in Bayonne. New Jersey.
Suspension of deportation - Alien entered without inspection on 1 st August 1924, was arrested, released on bond - disappeared, bond forfeited. Following registration under AR act. he applied for suspension of deportation under section 19c of the 1917 act and his application granted 30th July 1948

Index to Petitions for naturalization filed in New York shows the same Patrick Boyle. Born 20 th June 1898 residing 940 Edison Avenue. Bronx. New York.
Date of order of admission - 29 th February 1960.
US District Court New York - Pet No 714038
Alien Redg No - 5 678 414

Booking Agent difficult to read but could be Patrick Brennan - Dungloe  ???

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Re: Help with New York Mystery.
« Reply #102 on: Sunday 08 January 12 10:51 GMT (UK) »
SSDI shows the same - Patrick Boyle. Born 20 th June 1898 and died January 1970
Last Residence: 10465  Bronx, Bronx, New York.
SSN was issued in New York (Before 1951)

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Re: Help with New York Mystery.
« Reply #103 on: Sunday 08 January 12 12:07 GMT (UK) »
That is the same Patrick Boyle. There is also a Phill Boyle on the same manifest who is also going to Charles Brennan. I have found no relationship between the Boyles and this Charles Brennan - perhaps he was some sort of immigration fixer?

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« Reply #104 on: Sunday 08 January 12 12:17 GMT (UK) »
Could be that Charles Brennan was related to the Booking Agent Patrick Brennan of Dungloe.

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Re: Help with New York Mystery.
« Reply #105 on: Sunday 08 January 12 13:00 GMT (UK) »
I haven't found any relationship between the two. I can't see how Alexander Boyd in Mayo would make a connection to someone in Donegal.