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    anyone who has experience of the archives in the area know if there are any ships passenger lists for arrivals in Glasgow in the late 1880-1900's ??

    looked at the Mitchell and the Glasgow City Archives and the Glasgow & West of Scotland Family History Society , but cannot seem to pinpoint that sort of information on any of them

    they were Jews , and started in living in Commercial Road, which I believe was a poor part of the city ??

    think there may be some records at the Glasgow Jewish Archives Centre but not arrivals

    hoping there are some to make it worthwhile for a trip to visit the jewish archive and double up with a visit to where any shipping records are held

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    Ancestry have UK Incoming Passenger Lists 1878-1960. Who are you looking for?

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    magasiner is the Surname , it only comes up with three UK entries , none is Glasgow, David and Sarah would arrive at the same time

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