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Book tables

TABLE 1. SPANIARDS TO THE UNITED STATES. 1820-1949:

YEARS ARRIVALS
1820 – 1830 2.688
1831- 1840 2.004
1841- 1850 2.091
1851- 1860 9.038
1861 – 1870 6.390
1871 – 1880 5.266
1881- 1890 4.419
1991 – 1900 6.662
1901 – 1910 48.944
1911- 1920 102.954
1921 – 1930 41.954
1931- 1940 4.945
1940 – 1941 3.287
Total (1820-1949) 240.642

TABLE 2. LIST OF TOWNS AND COMMON LAST NAMES OF LA MARINA ALTA:

TOWN LAST NAMES
Alcalà (la vall d’Alcalà) Nadal, Català
Alcalalí Ferrer, Serer, Vicens, Molina, Mestre, Chesa, Andrés, Vives, Orts
l’Atzúvia Pons, Server, Alemany, Vidal, Costa
Beniarbeig Mas, Gil, González, Oliver, Escrivà, Carrió, Mengual, Poquet, Picornell, Roselló
Benigembla Taverner, Taberner, Caselles, Mengual, Pérez, Peris, Sendra, Torres, Moll
Benidoleig Ballester, Ordines, Far, Mas, Pons, Mengual, Prats, Seguí
Benimeli Lull, Ginestar, Mut, Català, Doménech, Puchol
Benissa Ivars, Cabrera, Crespo, Bertomeu, Ferrer, Ribes, Roselló, Ortolà
Benitatxell Ferrer, Català, Pascual, Pastor, Buigues, Soler, Bolufer, Devesa, Gilabert, Llobell, Vidal
Calp Aparicio, Ausina, Bañuls, Bertomeu, Blanco, Ferrer, Femenia, Ivars, Pastor, Pineda, Sala, Torres, Tur
Castell de Castells Mas, Pérez, Ruiz, Tomàs, Verdú, Vaquer
Dénia Aranda, Ausina, Avargues, Balaguer, Barber, Bolufer, Cabrera, Català, Cervera, Crespo, Devesa, Fornés, Ivars, Llopis, Molina, Moreno, Pastor, Pérez, Roselló, Salort, Serra
Ebo (la vall d’Ebo) Alemany, Frau, Masanet, Mengual, Moll
Gata de Gorgos Arabí, Bolufer, Boronat, Signes, Caselles, Costa, Fornés, Grimalt, Mengual, Monfort, Mulet, Pedro, Pedrós, Salvà, Soler, Torres
Laguar (la vall de Laguar) Mas, Ballester, Riera, Moll, Mengual, Esteve
Llíber Reus, Mas, Fullana, Oliver
Murla Giner, Sirera, Reig, Grau, Torres, Guerri, Sala
Ondara Cabrera, Doménech, Fornés, Frasés, Gavilà, Gil, Giner, Llobell, Miralles, Noguera, Puigcerver, Soler, Vives, Zaragoza
Orba Sendra, Martínez, Caravaca, Oliver, Aranda, Pons, Font, Agud, Berenguer, Llopis, Morell, Cervera, Miralles
Parcent Ballester, Francés, Guardiola, Mora, Pérez, Poquet
Pedreguer Fornés, Cantó, Costa, Durà, Martí, Noguera, Serra, Server, Seser, Tomàs, Vives
Pego Alemany, Bañuls, Bolta, Bolufer, Bordes, Cardona, Ceresola, Escrivà, Ferrer, Lloret, Mengual, Miralles, Morera, Naya, Ortolà, Pascual, Pastor, Pons, Sanchis, Sastre, Sendra, Siscar, Tamarit
els Poblets Berenguer, Coll, Escrivà, Moncho, Salort, Tomàs, Vives
el Ràfol d’Almúnia Lull, Perelló, Ferrer, Rovira, Estela, Català, Ginestar
Sagra Carrió, Morant, Femenia, Moll, Ballester
Sanet i Negrals Mut, Peretó, Llompart, Mengual, Perelló, Gavilà, Gadea, Ferrando
Senija Argudo, Ferrer, Ivars, Mas, Moragues, Pérez, Santacreu
Teulada Andrés, Bertomeu, Buigues, Cardona, Ibars, Ivars, Llobell, Malonda, Ortolà, Vallés, Vidal
Tormos Peretó, Perelló, Morant, Ferrando, Ginestar, Fullana
la Vall de Gallinera (Benissivà, Benialí, Benissili, Patró, Benirrama, Benitaia, Forna, Llombai) Alemany, Camps, Cortell, Gascó, Mengual, Morell, Seguí
el Verger Aguilar, Cardona, Carrió, Català, Fornés, Moncho, Morell, Pastor, Salort, Tomàs
Xàbia Bas, Bisquert, Bolufer, Buigues, Cardona, Cholbi, Ferrer, Gisbert, Llidó, Marí, Mata, Palacio, Pascual, Ribes, Sapena, Segarra, Serrat, Soler, Torres, Vallés
Xaló Bertomeu, Femenia, Font, Fullana, Garcés, Ivars, Mas, Mengual, Mestre, Monserrat, Noguera, Ripoll

TABLE 3. PORTS OF DEPARTURE AND PERCENTAGE OF EMIGRANTS OF LA MARINA ALTA (1912-1920):

PORT OF DEPARTURE PERCENTAGE OF EMIGRANTS PORT OF DEPARTURE PERCENTAGE OF EMIGRANTS
València 52.3% Cádiz 0.2%
Le Havre, France 24.8% Rotterdam, Netherland 0.2%
Cherbourg, France 10.9% Santiago, Cuba 0.2%
Barcelona 4.3% Marsella, France 0.1%
Bordeus, France 3.4% Puerto Rico 0.1%
Southampton, England 1.1% Almeria 0.05%
Vigo 0.8% La Coruña 0.05%

TABLE 4. SHIPS (IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER) & THE PORTS OF DEPARTURE USED BY THE EMIGRANTS OF LA MARINA ALTA (1912-1920):

NAME OF SHIPS PORTS OF DEPARTURE
ADRIATIC Cherbourg
ALFONSO XIII València
ALICANTE Barcelona
ANTONIO LÓPEZ València
AQUITANIA Cherbourg & Southampton
BRITANIA Marsella
BUENOS AIRES Barcelona, València & Cadis
CARONIA Cherbourg
CAROLINE Bordeus
CATALUÑA València & Cadis
C. LÓPEZ y LÓPEZ Barcelona & València
COMMUNIPAW Portland
ELYSIA Rotterdam
FRANCE Le Havre
GOTHLAND la Corunya & Cherbourg
HAVANNA l’Havana
IMPERATOR Cherbourg
ISLA DE PANAY Barcelona & València
LA LORRAINE Le Havre
LA SAVOIRE Le Havre
LA TOURAINE Le Havre
LAFAYETTE Le Havre
LEGAZPI Barcelona & València
LEON XIII València
LEOPOLDINA Le Havre
MANCHURIA Vigo
MANUEL CALVO Barcelona & València
MONTEVIDEO Barcelona & València
MONTSERRAT Barcelona & València
MORRO CASTLE l’Havana
NEW YORK Cherbourg & Southampton
NIAGARA Vigo & Bordeus
OLYMPIC Cherbourg
PHILADELPHIA Cherbourg & Southampton
PONCE Puerto Rico
P. de SATRÚSTEGUI Barcelona & València
REINA MARÍA CRISTINA València
ROCHAMBEAU Le Havre & Havana
ROSARIO Bilbao
SAINT PAUL Cherbourg
SAN LORENZO Puerto Rico
SANTAREM Le Havre
SAXONIA Cherbourg
SIXAOLA Santiago, Cuba

TABLE 5. THE NUMBER OF EMIGRANTS FOUND PER TOWN OF LA MARINA ALTA 1912 A 1920:

TOWN OF LA MARINA ALTA NUMBER OF EMIGRANTS COMMENTS (IMPORTANT YEARS, SHIPS OR PORTS)
Alcalalí / la Llosa de Camatxo 110/7 1913 (12/04/1913 Buenos Aires; 13/05/1913 Antonio López)
l’Atzúvia 8
Beniarbeig 29 1920 from Le Havre, France
Benidoleig 92 1916 & 1920 (13/07/1916 Buenos Aires)
Benigembla 65 1916 & 1920 (28/04/1916 Alfonso XII)
Benimeli 35 13/05/1913 Antonio López
Benissa 139 1920 from France
Benitatxell (Poble Nou) 7
Calp 38 1920 from France
Castell de Castells 28 1920 from France
Dénia/Jesús Pobre/els Poblets 146/16/13 13/05/1913 Antonio López & 1920 from France; 1920 from Cherbourg; 1913
Gata de Gorgos 82 1913 from València & 1920 from France
la Vall d’Alcalà 7 13/05/1913 Antonio López
la Vall de Gallinera 52 13/05/1913 Antonio López & 1920 from France
la Vall de Laguar 57 1913 & 1916 from València
la Vall d’Ebo 14 13/05/1913 Antonio López & 1920 from France
Llíber 31 1920 from France
Murla 95 13/05/1913 Antonio López; 1916 & 1919 from València; 1920 from France
Ondara 78 13/05/1913 Antonio López & 1920 from France
Orba 205 13/05/1913 Antonio López, 1916 from València & 1920 from France
Parcent 49 13/05/1913 Antonio López, 1916 from València & 1920 from France
Pedreguer 296 1920 from France
Pego 308 1913 & 1917 from València, 1920 from France
Ràfol d’Almúnia 32 1913, 1916, 1920
Sagra 28 1916,1917, 1920
Sanet & Negrals 45 13/05/1913 Antonio López,
Senija 17 13/05/1913 Antonio López, 1920 from València & France
Teulada 19 13/05/1913 Antonio López, 1920 from France
Tormos 7 13/05/1913 Antonio López
el Verger 63 1920 from France
Xàbia 78 13/05/1913 Antonio López, 1920 from València & France
Xaló 82 1917 from València; 1920 from France & Southampton, England
Tàrbena2 26 1916 from València & 1920 from France
Fageca & Famorca 5 1913 & 1919

TABLE 6. DESTINATIONS OF MANY EMIGRANTS OF LA MARINA ALTA (1912 -1920):

STATE PLACE & ADDRESS FREQUENT NAME OF RELATIVE OR FRIEND
New York The Lower East Side

– 27 Cherry Street

– 41 Cherry Street

– 63 Wall Street

– 98 Roosevelt Street

Francisco Sendra

Juan Pons

Valentine Aguirre

(In many manifests it state ‘to the hotel/hostel’)

Manuel/Miguel Ivars

Sendra Yvars

Connecticut Bridgeport

– 59 Hallan Street,

– Hotel Cassalejas

Shelton

New Britain

– 30 Commercial Street

– 112 Commercial Street

Waterbury

 

In many case there is a post office box

POB 283 or 233


TABLE 7. SHIPS THAT DEPARTED FORM THE PORT OF VALENCIA AND THE NUMBER OF EMIGRANTS OF LA MARINA ALTA ON BOARD (1912 -1920):

SHIPS THAT DEPARTED FROM VALENCIA DATE NUMBER FROM MARINA ALTA/ TOTAL OF PASSENGERS ON MANIFEST ANNOTATIONS
Alfonso XIII April 26, 1916 190/196 Others from Villalonga & Tàrbena
Alicante March 21, 1917 96/175 Others from la Marina Baixa & l’Alcoià
May 20, 1917 24/43 Others from la Marina Baixa & from other Valencian counties
Antonio López March 13, 1913 58/97 Many from el Verger, Dénia & Ondara
May 13, 1913 570/604 The majority from all towns of la Marina Alta
April 16, 1916 55/89 Many from Famorca
September 11, 1916 41/65
February 14, 1917 159/208 Many from la Marina Baixa (Tàrbena, Bolulla & Callosa)
July 13, 1917 11/26
January 15, 1918 40/129 Many from la Marina Baixa, la Safor & l’Alcoià
December 17, 1919 23/39 Although ‘Spain’ is written in the place of origin for these passengers, within the manifests the names of the towns are found.
Buenos Aires June 10, 1912 12/20 From Orba, Ondara & Benissa (2 from Famorca)
April 12, 1913 +or- 200/323 Although València or Alecanti (Alicante) is written in the place of origin, they all have common last names of la Marina Alta
September 10, 1913 +or- 10/20
July 13, 1916 130/204 Many from Pedreguer, Orba, Benidoleig and la Marina Baixa (Tàrbena)
October 13, 1917 +or-10/43 Many from la Safor.

Although València or Alecanti (Alicante) is written in the place of origin, they all have common last names of la Marina Alta

July 18, 1918 +or- 50/90
September 16, 1919 30/47
May 15, 1920 29/126 Many from la Marina Baixa & la Safor
Cataluña April 18, 1920 8/27 Many from l’Alcoià, la Marina Baixa & la Safor
Isla de Panay March 18, 1920 40/90 Although València or Alecanti (Alicante) is written in the place of origin, they all have common last names of la Marina Alta
July 19, 1920 10/16
November 20, 1920 10/40
C. López y López April 21, 1917 170/228 Many from Tàrbena & Callosa
July 6, 1918 74/102
December 15, 1919 177/302 Many from la Safor & la Marina Baixa
February 18, 1920 54/65
May 21, 1920 15/101
September 12, 1920 17/81
Montevideo May 11, 1912 40/69 Although ‘Alacant’ is written in the place of origin, they all have common last names of la Marina Alta
June 10, 1913 34/94
November 12, 1913 11/21 All from Pego & Ebo
April 12, 1914 31/253 Mostly from Ondara & Xàbia
May 12, 1916 39/93 Although València or Alecanti (Alicante) is written in the place of origin, they all have common last names of la Marina Alta
October 13, 1916 33/66 Although València or Alecanti (Alicante) is written in the place of origin, they all have common last names of la Marina Alta
April 13, 1917 113/191 From all towns of la Marina Alta
June 16, 1917 24/69 Many from Tàrbena
November 16, 1917 13/47 Although València or Alecanti (Alicante) is written in the place of origin, they all have common last names of la Marina Alta
April 23, 1918 51/60 Mostly from Pedreguer, Pego & el Verger
November 14, 1919 63/117 Many from Castells, Murla & Ebo
August 14, 1920 21/80
Montserrat April 10, 1912 72/72 Nearly all from Orba, but with names wrongly written, thus do not appear in this study.
June 10, 1916 30/38 Mostly from Orba & a few from Sanet, Benidoleig & el Verger
August 10, 1916 10/52 Mostly from Benissa
November 12, 1916 34/63 From Benissa, Teulada & a few from Alcalali & Fageca
January 14, 1917 109/128 From all towns of la Marina Alta and many others from la Nucia
March 24, 1917 138/191 From all towns of la Marina Alta and others from la Nucia & Callosa
June 19,1918 11/34 Mostly from Pedreguer
October 13, 1919 39/55 Mostly from Xaló & Benissa
June 20, 1920 28/84 From all towns of la Marina Alta
November 13, 1920 8/46 Many from la Vall de Gallinera
P. de Satrústegui January 19, 1920 55/93 Mostly from Pego, el Verger, Benimeli & Murla
April 22, 1920 70/127 From all towns of la Marina Alta
July 13, 1920 57/119 Many from Benidoleig & some from Alcalali & Orba
October 17, 1920 35/137 Many from Ràfol. From outside of Marina Alta many from Sella & Penàguila

TABLE 8. PERCENTAGE OF EMIGRANTS PER POPULATION OF TOWNS OF LA MARINA ALTA:

TOWN POPULATION ACCORDING TO 1900 CENSUS NUMBER OF EMIGRANTS PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION
Pego 6.983 308 4.4%
Pedreguer 5.287 296 5.6%
Orba 1.178 205 17.4%
Dénia 12.431 146 1.2%
Benissa 5.706 139 2.4%
Alcalalí 1.118 110 9.8%
Murla 696 95 13.6%
Benidoleig 641 92 14.3%

 


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