Emigrated

Some articles on emigrated:

Spanish Peruvian - Origins and Passage
... There are also a group of Hebrew origin (Sephardim), though most emigrated in the Colonial era ... The Sephardim who emigrated to different countries in the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries were predominantly from North Africa, Anatolia and the Balkans, and not from Spain or ... colonies in the late fifteenth century, mostly emigrated to North Africa, regions of the Ottoman Empire and to a lesser extent Italy, although also to the Netherlands, England and its colonies ...
Struve Family - Other Lines
... a publicist, political agitator and soldier who emigrated the United States following the collapse of the Baden Revolution of 1848 ... Johann Ludwig Karl Heinrich von Struve (1812–1898), who emigrated to Fayette County, Texas after the failure of the Revolution of 1848, but eventually returned to Rothenberg in der Odenwald, near ... native of the Grand Duchy of Oldenburg who emigrated to the United States in 1852 ...
John Mac Donell (Scotus)
... John MacDonell (1728-1810) of Scotus was a Spanish officer and a Highland gentleman who emigrated to the Province of New York in 1773 ... He was a Loyalist in the American Revolutionary War and emigrated to Upper Canada after the war ... In 1773 he emigrated with others in his clan to Caughnawaga in the Mohawk valley of the Province of New York at the invitation of Sir William Johnson ...
Most Notable Georgian Americans
... a Georgian composer Meliton Balanchivadze who initially emigrated to Russia ... from the Georgian noble house of Sidamon-Eristavi, members of which emigrated to the U.S ... — an American perfumer and a former diplomat who emigrated to the U.S ...