Re: How did my great grandmother travel to Ireland from Kyiv? #general #ukraine


Jill Whitehead
 

I have family by marriage who travelled in the 1860's across the Baltic, possibly from Konigsberg in East Prussia, to Hull in Yorkshire on the East Coast of England, then by train to Liverpool (this was the most common route for migrants in Britain - See University of Hull website and Hull and Liverpool Maritime Museums websites). They then stayed in Liverpool for a few years before moving onto Belfast in Northern Ireland.  

Jill Whitehead, Surrey, UK

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