He was born in 1590 and died in 1657/8 in Mass. “The fact that ASU is more affordable than many universities offers an incredible opportunity to gain a quality learning experience at a great value. Both ships departed Southampton on Aug. In 1635 the ship that brought Richard Mather also brought more Puritans some of whom bought out the people who were leaving for Windsor. James and Catherine did not formally marry until 2 Feb 1854 in St John''s Adelaide. Virginia Patent Book 1, Part I, page 255, 22 June 1635 - Capt. Master John Gibbs September 19, 1635. HMS Northumberland. of 4 pers: John LEY, Jon. Researcher Stefan Claesson told Fox News that the wreck on York Beach was first. Mara French, P. Savage made his valuable extracts of the New England Passengers, There are several other ship-loads for Virginia, Bermuda, St. [Ages are shown after the name followed by ship and date of arrival - where these are given]. Relations between the indigenous people and. Passengers of the Increase, Master Robert Lea, Voyage of 1635 This list details the roll of passengers of the Increase, which sailed from London in April, 1635, bound for New England. William James (1542-1617), was Bishop of Durham, the second son of. 1643 at Hingham, Plymouth, MA; m. Passengers of the Increase, Master Robert Lea, Voyage of 1635 This list details the roll of passengers of the Increase, which sailed from London in April, 1635, bound for New England. On April 27, 1619, they arrived at Jamestown, with one hundred settlers, in a ship commanded by Captain Evans. Only one seaman Drake swam ashore, and went to Barbados with Capt. ship, although he often incurred the displeasure of his nephew, Charles Calvert, after the latter ar- rived to supersede Philip as governor in 1661. JOHN TRIPP - b. That every ship arising in this colony from England, or any other parts, shall, with the first wind and weather, sale upp to the porte of James Citty, and not to unlade any goods or breake any bulke before she shall cast anchor there, uppon payne that the captayne and mayster of the sayd ship shall forfeite the sayd goods or the value. Coldham pg 133-134 The following roll is from her departure point, not necessarily who landed. ) John Ellison by Prosperous; Ellin his wife b Charity; servant John Badeley 24 by Hopewell 1623. On September 3 1651, roughly 12,000 Royalist of General Monk's army were holed up. "Beware of third- and fourth-hand materials," advises John Philip Colletta in his recent article for Ancestry Magazine. MSA Wills Liber 1, folio 11. They immediately settled near the mouth of a creek on the south side of the James River, still known as Lawne's Creek (sometimes improperly written Lyon's Creek), which was, in 1642, made the dividing line between this county and Surry. 6 February 1609/10 at Horkstow , Lincolnshire, England; m. They were heading to New England, the other three ships for Newfoundland. A Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland Legislature 1635-1789 by Edward C. Most of our ancestors were fine, upstanding people, who served God, lived their religion, and contributed to the building or/and protection of their country. , sone of which I shall extract and forward for the Register, as I find leisure,. It is therefore likely, but not certain, that this ship was the St. Confidence, departed from Southampton, England, 30 April. The Magazine Ship The affairs of the Magazine were administered by a director (of the London Company) who was assisted by a committee of five councillors and the accounts thereof were required to be passed upon by auditors specially nominated at a Quarter Court. The Genealogical Dictionary of Early New England Settlers by James Savage says that "preparations had been made for him, perhaps by Grant of Land, as early as 1635" …. Master: Captain Robert Andrews of Ipswich, Massachusetts BAILEY, John Sr. Hingham's roots go back to the earliest days of European settlement in the new world. 15 December 1666 Mary Fearing; d. This is a mere glince at a few of the names, and we do not pretend that they are the same individuals as those represented on our list. Anthony died on 12 Oct 1686 at Newbury, Essex. Summary He was a passenger on the English ship Increase, which sailed from London in April, 1635, bound for New England. He was captured at the Battle of Preston, tried in London, and transported on the ship Elizabeth and Ann in January 1716. The ship arrived safely at Massachusetts Bay. Many ships arrive to North America before the Mayflower landed. Many of these Norman families moved north, into Scotland in the. Ships steaming in the task group. On May 13, 1607 three English ships the Susan Constant, Godspeed and Discovery with approximately 144 settlers and sailors, will land and plant the first permanent English colony in North America. FIRST GENERATION. It is considered to be one of the earliest hurricanes to have struck New England, occurring just 15 years after the discovery of Plymouth Plantation. Confidence, departed from Southampton, England, 30 April. "Ship Passenger Lists - National and New England (1600-1825) Edited and indexed by Carl Boyer, 3rd, Published by the Compiler Newhall, California, 1977 p. Died: Before 28 June 1647, in Maryland. Jan 25, 2013 · Robert Andrews was born about 1593 in Norfolk, England. John Johnson, of Andover MP (c. A mysterious shipwreck that appeared every 20 years on a Maine beach has been dated to before the Revolutionary War. However, many names are missing from the list in The Lyon partly due to the fact that several were members when only the head of the house was mentioned, while others omitted went as servants. you have James Ley down as captain of two ships at the Battle of Lowestoft, the Royal James and the Old James. Passengers of the Increase, Master Robert Lea, Voyage of 1635 This list details the roll of passengers of the Increase, which sailed from London in April, 1635, bound for New England. Bill Russell believes this is the above ship that was fitted out with cannon, not a new ship. Arrived in Jamestown 21 May 1610. James City County Genealogy, Wills, Estates, Settlers to Jamestown James City County was created in 1634 as James City Shire by order of King Charles I. "The facsmile of James's autograph, which appears below the portrait, has been copied from a document in the Record Office. According to Westminster Abbey he died aboard the Old James. New England Ships Passenger Lists, The James 1635 Olivetreegenealogy. "Always access. Phelps Arrival in New England from 1620-1635. At least three ships called the James sailed in 1635 from England to New England. James was born aboard ship on the way out [as per his birth registration]. Francis Hooke, who was an old servant of King James, and requested the King's approval of his appointment to that office. Founders of New England: Records of Ships Passenger Lists from England to New England between 1620 and 1640. The Great Colonial Hurricane, possibly the strongest storm in New England’s history, struck on Aug. Andrew appears on the Philadelphia ship lists. Ambrose: Designated 'Rear Admiral'. 1620-1635 New England, The Great Migration and The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1635 at Ancestry ($), index and images. 1635 or early 1636. The ship Angel Gabriel pulled into Pemaquid Bay (Pemaquid, Maine) on August 13, 1635 and laid at anchor. This table details the roll of passengers of the Truelove, which sailed from London, mid-September, 1635, bound for New England. Both ships departed Southampton on Aug. === Verbose logging started: 1/24/2011 14:31:16 Build type: SHIP UNICODE 4. He came passenger in the ship James, of London, which sailed from Southampton for New England in April, 1635. you have James Ley down as captain of two ships at the Battle of Lowestoft, the Royal James and the Old James. Antony, Henry. Coincidental is that Robert Crew 23, a servant to Thomas. According to Westminster Abbey he died aboard the Old James. Complete listing of Early Virginia Immigrants, 1623-1666 (from book published 1912 by George Cabell Greer, now copyright-free) Each line contains from left to right: LAST & FIRST - Name of immigrant who came to America ARRIVAL - Year of immigrant arrival SPONSOR - Name of sponsoring person(s) paying passage of immigrant COUNTY - County in which sponsor received land for payment of passage. A number of these settlers-by their own prodigious efforts or by virtue of their. Stanard Records 220-254, June - August 1635 (220) Mr. 1605-1635 (Age 30) Heacham, Norfolk, England The Life of Jane When Jane Pierce was born in 1605, in Heacham, Norfolk, England, her father, Captain William Pierce, was 25 and her mother, Joane Eeles Phippen, was 27. 5, 1620, but had barely cleared the English Channel when the Speedwell began to leak. 1635 and Speedwell Passenger List, Robert Lock Master Passengers to New-England in 1670 and Passengers for New England First Settlers of New Hampshire. 1 Character 2 Ships 2. Anthony’s brother William was also aboard and also listed as a shoemaker. It is considered to be one of the earliest hurricanes to have struck New England, occurring just 15 years after the discovery of Plymouth Plantation. "James Cudworth was an educated man of an educated family of country gentlemen, who lived by farming, intersperced with sheep raising, and the sale of wool to English, and Flemish weavers of cloth. It includes information about household members, including in many cases their age, when they arrived in Virginia, and which ship they arrived on. James Chappell and Elizabeth Howell were the parents of Thomas, James Mary, Amy, Henry, John, Robert, Sarah, and Anne Chappell. Name variations: Erauzo; Erauzú; Francisco de Erauso; Francisco de Loyola; Alfonso Díaz Ramírez de Guzmán; called La Monja Alférez ("the Nun Ensign"). October 4 1780 African explorer Alexander Laing, born. This set of ships passenger lists includes ships to Virginia (a catch-all phrase to mean almost anywhere along the coast), Barbadoes, Bermuda, West Indies and of course New England. 1619), alderman and twice mayor of Bristol, was born about 1593 (James, Strange Voyage, portrait prefixed). Voyages are listed at ship name on Ship List. The bulk of these passengers to New York are recorded on two websites:. Jamestown, which evolved into James City County, was named for King James I. This ship, the "Mary and John", was also one of two ships that brought colonists to the Sagadahoc Colony [mouth of the Kennebec River] in 1607. The ship was described as "a strong ship, and well furished with forteen or sixteen pieces of ordnance, and therefore our seamen rather desired her company; but she is slow in sailing. Of the 40 heads of families coming over on this ship, 13 remained in Dorchester, 23 went to Windsor with Warham in the migration of 1635-36 and 4 settled elsewhere in Massachusetts. ) Scots Jacobite James Pittillo was born ca. 146 April 1635. The patch package could not be opened. Volume 426 , Page 502 View pdf image (33K) Jump to page volume. This ship was famous in the history of the early emigration to Massachusetts, and her Master was …. He therefore sailed up a river (which the English named the James) and fifty miles from its mouth found a low-lying, marshy peninsula that seemed to meet. Savage made his valuable extracts of the New England Passengers, There are several other ship-loads for Virginia, Bermuda, St. Altogether they brought about seven hundred passengers of whom the following are presumed to have been on these ships. Ships to New Orleans & Galveston 1847. Alexander Gordon was born in Scotland in 1635. See Ship & Passenger Information October 2, 1635 The John departed London for St. Master: Captain Robert Andrews of Ipswich, Massachusetts BAILEY, John Sr. Most of the passengers survived, but the majority of their goods were lost. Mara French, P. " "Records of the Cudworth Family" W. He lived in Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United States in 1632. He was born in 1590 and died in 1657/8 in Mass. Crowley #28. The genealogy records, which will be sold as downloadable PDFs, summarize the documented information about one of Jamestown's seventeenth-century residents. ] on Amazon. List of passengers on the 1635 voyage of the ship "Hercules" from Sandwich, England, to Plymouth in "New England. A Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland Legislature 1635-1789 by Edward C. Still another version is in a report from June, 1635: Gilbert Brooke, age 14, servant to William Vassall from Stepney, Middlesex, London, sailed to New England in the ship Blessing, John Leicester, Master. 1635 N James Ave, Panama City, FL 32405 is a 2 bedroom, 1. 1635 Boston Latin School opened; it was the first American public school. THOMAS SCUDDER SR. '1' indicates 1634, '2' for 1635, '3' for 1636 and so on (catalogue reference: PC 2/50, p. The next day there was a terrible rainstorm that ravaged the …. Hooke, Francis, Writing in 1635, Gov. Hingham's roots go back to the earliest days of European settlement in the new world. Volume 426 , Page 502 View pdf image (33K) Jump to page volume. And there are known passenger ships for which there are no passenger claimants, such as the Dainty of 1610 and the Darling of 1622. M1895, Roll 7. See full list on military. Planter, departed from London, England, 2 April 1635 and arrived in Boston, Massachusetts, 7 June 1635. 36 pg 17) Kinge Percy 24, maid to Ro. Domingo, &c. Cotton Mather, minister of Boston. ship, although he often incurred the displeasure of his nephew, Charles Calvert, after the latter ar- rived to supersede Philip as governor in 1661. It is thought that the surname originated in Beauzeville, France, and that Elias de Boesevilla of this region was the first Norman settler to Britain. John Calder; 1941. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. com DA: 26 PA: 22 MOZ Rank: 61 Founders of New England: Records of Ships Passenger Lists from England to New England between 1620 and 1640. Survivors find refuge on Bermuda island. 1620-1640 (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co. Interesting searches can be made for individuals who arrived on the same ship, or children under 5 who may have been born. Garman, Newport, RI, Franklin Printing, 1978. Share to Twitter. It is said that the ship carried 350 passengers. JOHN TRIPP - b. Most manifests have the captain's name, where they left port, where they are going, each passenger's full name and their age. William Cooper, bound for New England. The names listed below are ancestors proven by members to date. The date of record, in this …. Share via email. 22 January 1684, aged 41 years. Mayflower: A different ship than that of the Pilgrims. Below is a list of some of the ship's passengers. In 1637, he participated in the Pequot War under Capt. At the age of sixteen he was a young soldier in General Monk's army in 1651 which went forth with the design to place Charles II as king on the throne which was vacant by the execution of his father King Charles I. MSA Wills Liber 1, folio 11. Coldham pg 133-134 …. And there are known passenger ships for which there are no passenger claimants, such as the Dainty of 1610 and the Darling of 1622. Alexander Gordon was born in Scotland in 1635. THOMAS SCUDDER SR. WEALTH AT DEATH. The English who settled in Virginia starting in 1607 asserted that they owned the land. Jamestown was the first port for ocean-going ships in Virginia. Many ships, passenger lists, and immigrants can be found in the New England Historical & Genealogical Registers. ) Scots Jacobite James Pittillo was born ca. There were many ships that carried settlers to the Boston Harbour area in 1637. This is a list of the passengers who traveled on that voyage in 1620. 1-173, printed, not wholly accurately, in The autobiography and correspondence of Sir Simonds D'Ewes, ed. 1619), alderman and twice mayor of Bristol, was born about 1593 (James, Strange Voyage, portrait prefixed). On May 27, 1635, the 240-ton barque Angel Gabriel, left England. Erauso, Catalina de (1592-1635)Spanish woman who fled a convent and, disguised as a man, rose to the rank of lieutenant in the Spanish colonial army in South America, then returned to Spain where her exploits were immortalized. Bulkeley embarked at London 9 May 1635 in the ship Susan and Ellen, accompanied by William Butterick and Thomas Brooks. 36 pg 17) Kinge Percy 24, maid to Ro. James, sailed May 23, 1635. However, analysis of Robert Smith's land holdings seems to indicate that the Robert Smith who married Anne, the widow of Thomas Hyn- son, was the same Robert Smith who owned sev-. It is said that the ship carried 350 passengers. William Peirce was a tobacco planter and merchant, a burgess representing Jamestown, a member of the governor's Council (1632-1643), and one of the first slaveholders in the Virginia colony. -1646 English university men who emigrated to New England before 1646: history of Harvard College in the seventeenth century, e-book. Simple attempts to resolve the difficulties tend only to perpetuate or magnify the problem. A number of these settlers-by their own prodigious efforts or by virtue of their. Reference is here made to the MS, but references are also given in parentheses to the printed edition for the convenience of those with easy access to it. 106-107 The Ship Lyon, 1630. Daniel Patrike — 7 Jan 1632/33 Capt. March 20 1780 The firm of James Watt and Co was established to manufacture the world's first duplicating machines. The James sailed from Southampton, England in April 1635, and John was a passenger along with his wife Joanne Tattershall and several children. From England to Massachusetts in a fleet of five ships, the Angel …. A list of Governors, Councillors and Other Higher Officials, and also of Members of the House of Burgesses, and the Revolutionary Conventions of the Colony of Virginia --- Compiled by William Glover and Mary Newton Standard, published by Joel Munsell's Sons, Publishers, Albany, New York, 1902. 74) Year on year, arrears mounted. 1620-1635 New England, The Great Migration and The Great Migration Begins, 1620-1635 at Ancestry ($), index and images. Slave Manifests of Coastwise Vessels Filed at New Orleans, Louisiana, 1807-1860 The Schooner Thomas Hunter The Schooner Thomas Hunter, which departed from Norfolk, Virginia, October 17, 1835, arrived at New Orleans, Louisiana, on November 11, 1835, with 5 slaves identified with a full first and last name. A Brief History of the Ships. 36 pg 17) Kinge Percy 24, maid to Ro. In 1635 two "servants" worked their passage for a John Brown. She was accompanied by the lighter ship James. MSA Land Patent Liber ABH, folio 65-66. The county seat is Williamsburg which was first settled in 1607 by English colonists. Thomas Bulkely, Concord, 1638; Rowley, 1643. 1635 - Robert ANDREWS was made a freeman of Ipswich, Mass. Cunard Sailings of 1849 - New York, Boston and Halifax. The Magazine Ship The affairs of the Magazine were administered by a director (of the London Company) who was assisted by a committee of five councillors and the accounts thereof were required to be passed upon by auditors specially nominated at a Quarter Court. Lambley, James – James Lambley was a passenger, on the Ship, the William and John, in 1635. William Cooper, bound for New England. The Globe, 1635 Voyages are listed at ship name on Ship List August 7, 1635 The Globe departed London for Virginia Source: "Hotten's Lists", pages 119-121. us - 5 june, 1967. Andrew on 9 SEP 1749, 14 SEP 1751, and on 23 SEP 1752, the only dates in that time interval when the St. The ship was described as "a strong ship, and well furished with forteen or sixteen pieces of ordnance, and therefore our seamen rather desired her company; but she is slow in sailing. Coldham pg 133-134 The following roll is from her departure point, not necessarily who landed. Interesting searches can be made for individuals who arrived on the same ship, or children under 5 who may have been born. According to this information, Angel Gabriel sailed from Bristol on June 4, 1635 with four other ships. 1635 ‏ 100 1 _ ‎‡a James, Thomas, ‏ ‎‡d ca1593-ca1635 ‏ 100 0 _ ‎‡a Thomas James ‏ ‎‡c fforiwr a morwr Cymreig ‏. The English who settled in Virginia starting in 1607 asserted that they owned the land. ABSTRACTS OF VIRGINIA LAND PATENTS (with added notes by the original author) Prepared By W. Bill Russell believes this is the above ship that was fitted out with cannon, not a new ship. probably before 1606 and in Cambridge, came to New England. Archer's Hope, James City (20 January - 7 February. Historians call the period of time between 1633-1635 The Great Migration when 22 small wooden sailing ships made the voyage to New England. William Cooper, bound for New England. The James left King's Road in Bristol on 23 May 1635 with her master, John Taylor, along with the Angel Gabriel, the Elizabeth (the Bess), the Mary and the Diligence. A number of these settlers-by their own prodigious efforts or by virtue of their. The ship was described as "a strong ship, and well furished with forteen or sixteen pieces of ordnance, and therefore our seamen rather desired her company; but she is slow in sailing. Complete listing of Early Virginia Immigrants, 1623-1666 (from book published 1912 by George Cabell Greer, now copyright-free) Each line contains from left to right: …. The ship arrived safe at Massachusetts Bay, although some of the persons listed below may not have arrived. Jan 25, 2013 · Robert Andrews was born about 1593 in Norfolk, England. Antony, Henry. He was one of the first selectmen of the town in 1646, and was again selectman in 1648. In Bedfordshire, the 1635 Ship Money was collected within twelve months, but in 1636/7 it took fourteen months to collect 86. Passenger Lists: Ship "Neptune" A Lord De La Warr ship. As they approached New England, a hurricane struck, and they were forced to ride it out just off the coast of modern-day Hampton, New Hampshire. William came in 1635 and moved to Hingham, Plymouth, MA. I, History of Weymouth Massachusetts in four volumes [1923]; published by the WEYMOUTH HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Wright and Potter Printing; Company, Boston. 1635 · The Angel Gabriel from Bristol to Pemaquid, Maine (wrecked) The Angel Gabriel was one of the few ships lost during the Puritan Great Migration. Some of these people were looking for a new home so that they could practice their own religion. James was born aboard ship on the way out [as per his birth registration]. Thomas James (1593-1635) signature. Jamestown riverfront scene. (2,710 ships were completed, as one burned at the dock. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In December 1606, three ships carry-ing about 100 men and boys sailed for a part of North America they called Virginia. A number of these settlers-by their own prodigious efforts or by virtue of their. Papenfuse, et. This web page shows only a small excerpt of our Tate research. Passenger lists can help bridge your research between the family homeland and the country they immigrated to. Mathew, George - George Mathew was a passenger, on the Ship, the Margarett, in 1633. Interesting searches can be made for individuals who arrived on the same ship, or children under 5 who may have been born. As they approached New England, a hurricane struck, and they were forced to ride it out just off the coast of modern-day Hampton, New Hampshire. ] on Amazon. This set of ships passenger lists includes ships to Virginia (a catch-all phrase to mean almost anywhere along the coast), Barbadoes, Bermuda, West Indies and of course New England. The prestigious surname Boswell came to Britain with the Norman invasion of 1066. His ship, the USS Bonhomme Richard sank but he boarded and captured HMS Serapis. Liberty ships formed the backbone of a supply line that enabled the Allies to wage total war against the Axis Powers during World War II. Leaving from Bristol, England on May 23, 1635 sailing with the Angel Gabriel were the James, Bess, Mary and the Diligence. Ship dorset 1635 [email protected]. The James left King's Road in Bristol on 23 May 1635 with her master, John Taylor, along with the Angel Gabriel, the Elizabeth (the Bess), the Mary and the Diligence. She listed passengers for New England from June 4 until July 24, and sailed from Plymouth, as her last port of departure, about August 1, with two hundred and twenty persons aboard and many cattle. Muster of the inhabitants of Virginia. "He emigrated to America in the ship 'The Swallow', Captain Jeremy Horton, master and owner, in 1635 to 1638, landed at Hampton, Mass. with government passengers for 1859 ; —5— births and —6— deaths on the passage ; Dr. They immediately settled near the mouth of a creek on the south side of the James River, still known as Lawne's Creek (sometimes improperly written Lyon's Creek), which was, in 1642, made the dividing line between this county and Surry. 12 February 1678 at Portsmouth, Newport, RI, aged 68 years. Crews from the two ships kidnapped up to 60 of the Bautista's enslaved people. Established by the Virginia Company of London this settlement would be called Jamestown, after king James I. 06 April 1635: Passengers embarked at Southampton in …. Elizabeth Briggs and James were the parents of Elizabeth Chappell who was born in 1723. Thomas Culpeper, second baron Culpeper of Thoresway, was a governor of Virginia (1677-1683) and a proprietor of the Northern Neck. The Jeffries (or Jeffrey) 1st month, 20, 1686, Thomas Arnold, master. The Great Colonial Hurricane, possibly the strongest storm in New England's history, struck on Aug. Description. July 13, 1635, on the ship "James" and landed at Salem, Mass. William Penn and friends then went to Philadelphia. 28 September 1633 – John and Thomas Culpepper are mentioned as the owners of the ship Thomas and John of London which was furnished with 18 pieces oif cast-iron ordinance (cannon) at the shipyards at Shoreham-By-Sea. William Cooper, bound for New England. by USGenNet Patrons Rhoda Fone & Carole Hammett (2001) On 20 Jun 1632, Charles I of England granted to Caecilius (Cecil) Calvert, Baron of Baltimore, the charter for the Province of Maryland. Papenfuse, et. Thomas James (1593?-1635?), was a navigator, a kinsman, it is believed, of Thomas James (d. 4 Jul 1887 in Cairn Hill, near Riverton, South Australia, cause of death Senile. Thomas Dane, carpenter, age 32 is found to be listed in Hotten's Ship Lists for 1635, during the period of 13 April to 14 May, on the Elizabet and Ann. The National. Domingo, &c. A Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland Legislature 1635-1789 by Edward C. The James left London, England April 6, 1635 with her master, William Cooper, arriving in Massachusetts Bay. "The Susan Constant, captained by Christopher Newport, was the largest of three ships of the English Virginia Company (the others being the Discovery and the Godspeed) on the 1606-1607 voyage that resulted in the founding of Jamestown in the new Colony of Virginia. In 1607 America's first permanent English colony was planted on Jamestown Island, in Virginia. by USGenNet Patrons Rhoda Fone & Carole Hammett (2001) On 20 Jun 1632, Charles I of England granted to Caecilius (Cecil) Calvert, Baron of Baltimore, the charter for the Province of Maryland. " The Angel Gabriel set sail on June 4, 1635 from Bristol, England bound for New England. Source; A History of Salem Massachusetts, By Sidney Perley, Volume I 1626-1637 pg. The ship James left King's Road in Bristol on May 23, 1635 with master John Taylor at the helm. William Cooper, bound for New England. 5 Family 3 Canon 4 Fanon 5 Children 6 Fandom 7 List 8 Trivia 9 Navigation Harry Potter is a half-blood wizard, the only child and son of James Potter and Lily Potter née Evans, and one of the most famous wizards of modern times. See full list on familypedia. He was born in 1590 and died in 1657/8 in Mass. [ ed note: The ship may have been the Lyon which made several trips between the UK and Massachusetts in 1630-1635 ] London arrived 1635 from England, UK (William Nesse?) (unknown, may be the ship London , above) arrived in New England area prior to 1685 from England, UK (T-Line: William Neff, Mary Corliss). William Cooper, bound for New England. Passenger Lists: Ship "James" List of pasengers on the "James", 1635. Abbott, Richard. Map People (8) Related Events (56) Pic Name Birth Death Birthplace; Passenger; Humphrey Atherton. Share to Twitter. Papenfuse, et. Share to Facebook. Edward Bostock, Master. It was the White Lion which docked at Virginia Colony's Point Comfort and traded some of the prisoners for food on. Peirce, William (d. The passengers began to get sick, some even were suffering from dysentery. They diverted to Dartmouth and, after repairs, left again on Aug. Thomas was born in London England about 1606. Daniel Patrike — 5 Aug 1633 William Peintre — 5 Aug 1633 William Peintree — 4 Aug 1634. Some we think are, and others may prove to be so. 1683) John Johnson along with his wife, SUSANNA, and children, Elizabeth & THOMAS, left London on the good ship, JAMES …. 209-267-0649. Roger Cooper, bound [from London] to New England. This is a mere glince at a few of the names, and we do not pretend that they are the same individuals as those represented on our list. List of persons embarked in the Hercules of Sandwich, Kent, Mr John Witherley, to be transported from Sandwich to New England:. pounds presented Private probably Province regiment Richard Rogers Salem Salisbury Samuel selectmen Sept September session shillings ship side Smith soldiers Stephen street Thomas Town of Newbury twenty vessels voted William Woodman. He was born in 1590 and died in 1657/8 in Mass. Among the billions of historical records housed at the National Archives throughout the country, researchers can find information relating to immigrants from the late 1700s through the early 2000s. 1635 N James Ave, Panama City, FL 32405 is a 2 bedroom, 1. The other half of the fleet sailed in May and arrived in July at various dates. The James left King's Road in Bristol on 23 May 1635 with her master, John Taylor, along with the Angel Gabriel, the Elizabeth (the …. genealogy records. He resided in Ipswich, MA in 1639, Marshfield 1643, Boston 1652. Larger image | Hi-res image The Schooner Wild Cat The. They arrived in Boston in August 1635 and he was going to Marshfield. 15 December 1666 Mary Fearing; d. The current Trulia Estimate for 1635 N James Ave is $170,200. HISTORY OF NEWBURY, MASS. LAND AT FIRST ELECTION: 4,700 acres by 1660, which he sold or surrendered by 1664; acquired 1,900 acres in 1664, and an additional 2,000 acres in 1670. John's name appears in the register in London, with others; they were first transported to Saint Christophers, in the ship, Mathew, Richard Goodladd, owner and master, 21st May 1635. Cotton Mather, minister of Boston. Robert Andrews came from Norwich, Norfolk, England, early in the year 1635, as owner and master of the ship” Angel Gabriel” which sank in the Great Colonial Hurricane [modern scientists believe this was a category four storm], Robert died 1 Mar 1642/43 in. A Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland Legislature 1635-1789 by Edward C. The Magazine Ship The affairs of the Magazine were administered by a director (of the London Company) who was assisted by a committee of five councillors and the accounts thereof were required to be passed upon by auditors specially nominated at a Quarter Court. Daniel Patrike — 7 Jan 1632/33 Capt. 28 September 1633 – John and Thomas Culpepper are mentioned as the owners of the ship Thomas and John of London which was furnished with 18 pieces oif cast-iron ordinance (cannon) at the shipyards at Shoreham-By-Sea. This site documents the roll of passengers of the James, which sailed from London, 6 April, 1635, Julian calendar, bound for New England. A LIST OF THE NAMES OF THE DEAD IN VIRGINIA SINCE APRIL LAST. The following text and dates and ship names are from the book Pennsylvania German Pioneers by Ralph B. Marooned for 9 months embarked for Virginia from Bermuda 10 May 1610. Ambrose: Designated 'Rear Admiral'. Altogether they brought about seven hundred passengers of whom the following are presumed to have been on these ships. The patch package could not be opened. Many historic events took place at Plymouth Colony, such as the First Thanksgiving in 1621 when the pilgrims held a harvest celebration and invited the local Wampanoag tribe to the feast. I, History of Weymouth Massachusetts in four volumes [1923]; published by the WEYMOUTH HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Wright and Potter Printing; Company, Boston. The ship's master was Robert Greenway. Another 36 words (3 lines of text) covering the years 1488, 1496, 1652, 1687, 1692, and 1715 are included under the topic Early Tate History in all our PDF Extended History products and printed products wherever possible. Verify that the patch package exists and that you can access it, or contact the application vendor to verify that this is a valid Windows Installer patch package. Garman, Newport, RI, Franklin Printing, 1978. And then there is James Harmon. Click then on the ship's names to gather more details. This is the main Muster database. Sep 19, 2017 · Plymouth Colony was the first official colony in Massachusetts. Lambley, James – James Lambley was a passenger, on the Ship, the William and John, in 1635. He was one of the first selectmen of the town in 1646, and was again selectman in 1648. The current Trulia Estimate for 1635 N James Ave is $170,200. Reference is here made to the MS, but references are also given in parentheses to the printed edition for the convenience of those with easy access to it. Anthony’s brother William was also aboard and also listed as a shoemaker. Willard to seize control of the Point. The Expedition, 1635 Voyages are listed at ship name on Ship List November 20, 1635 The Expedition departed London for Barbados Source: "Hotten's Lists", page 139 (Use browser "Bookmark" or "Back" to return to this page. Below is the New Oath, and a list of all who took the New Oath in this and the subsequent court sessions up to the end of the Julian year 1635/36. Also, in printing records there seems to be but little concerning him. The James left London, England April 6, 1635 with her master, William Cooper, arriving in Massachusetts Bay. Talbot: Designated 'Vice Admiral'. John Underhill. Survivors find refuge on Bermuda island. Thomas Chaffe's Arrival Ship. Scottish Prisoners sent to New England in 1652. John's name appears in the register in London, with others; they were first transported to Saint Christophers, in the ship, Mathew, Richard Goodladd, owner and master, 21st May 1635. Hull Company Weymouth, England to Boston, MA 20 March 1635 This could be the ship Blessing of Ipswich England From Vol. Coldham pg 133-134 The following roll is from her departure point, not necessarily who landed. A great storm, probably a hurricane, drove the ship on coastal rocks and it broke up. He married a widow woman named Susan Greenleafe from Henrico County Virginia in 1635 and, together, they began a cascade of American descendants. [Note: this is the list of those who died after the March 1622 Massacre. Most of the passengers survived, but the majority of their goods were lost. Liberty ships were nicknamed "ugly ducklings" by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. The following text and dates and ship names are from the book Pennsylvania German Pioneers by Ralph B. The James of 1635 may have been a similar size and style of sailing vessel as the Mayflower. Richard Mather and Anthony Thacher had the …. Thomas James (1593-1635) signature. The Great Colonial Hurricane of 1635 was a severe hurricane that hit the Virginia Colony at Jamestown and the Massachusetts Bay Colony during August 1635. " "Records of the Cudworth Family" W. Antony, Henry. " April? 55. From England to Massachusetts in a fleet of five ships, the Angel Gabriel joined the James, the Elizabeth (Bess), the Mary and the Diligence. [email protected] Wrecked with Steamer Newfield. ship James Jardine , 810 tons, Captain George Jenkins, from Plymouth 19th February 1859, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 29th June 1859. " The Angel Gabriel set sail on June 4, 1635 from Bristol, England bound for New England. The ship was described as "a strong ship, and well furished with forteen or sixteen pieces of ordnance, and therefore our seamen rather desired her company; but she is slow in sailing. The ship was described as "a strong ship, and well furished with forteen or sixteen pieces of ordnance, and therefore our seamen rather desired her company; but she is slow in sailing. The ship arrived safe at Massachusetts Bay, although some of the persons listed below may not have arrived. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Name variations: Erauzo; Erauzú; Francisco de Erauso; Francisco de Loyola; Alfonso Díaz Ramírez de Guzmán; called La Monja Alférez ("the Nun Ensign"). Its revival and its enforcement as a general tax by Charles I aroused widespread opposition and added to the. This is the main Muster database. 6 percent, and in 1637/8 eighteen months to collect 86. Archer's Hope, James City (20 January - 7 February. Here they found the Massachusetts Indians, a tribal branch of the Algonquin Nation. Ambrose: Designated 'Rear Admiral'. 1605-1635 (Age 30) Heacham, Norfolk, England The Life of Jane When Jane Pierce was born in 1605, in Heacham, Norfolk, England, her father, Captain William Pierce, was 25 and her mother, Joane Eeles Phippen, was 27. Gibbons and Sgt. He lived in Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United States in 1632. The line below is currently for the progenitor of the United State branch of this family line. There are several sites that list the passengers on those vessels. From England to Massachusetts in a fleet of five ships, the Angel …. May 06, 2016 · 1635 on "James" Gridley (in Windsor, CT) Griswold Francis Hall 1649 by 3 May 1676 Wallingford, CT Claimed to be the Henry Castel of the ship "Transport" to VA, no. In 1635 the ship that brought Richard Mather also brought more Puritans some of whom bought out the people who were leaving for Windsor. The Colonial Virginia Register. William Peirce was a tobacco planter and merchant, a burgess representing Jamestown, a member of the governor's Council (1632-1643), and one of the first slaveholders in the Virginia colony. Simple attempts to resolve the difficulties tend only to perpetuate or magnify the problem. 1635 ‏ 100 1 _ ‎‡a James, Thomas, ‏ ‎‡d ca1593-ca1635 ‏ 100 0 _ ‎‡a Thomas James ‏ ‎‡c fforiwr a morwr Cymreig ‏. Richard 3 Anderson ("York Watershed" 2, "Colonial Virginia" 1) was born 1585 in Great Britain, and died Aft. Relations between the indigenous people and. In what proved to be a vain attempt to. Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. 100 1 _ ‎‡a James, Thomas, ‏ ‎‡d ca. Drawing on primary and secondary sources, historian McCartney (Jamestown Island: An American Legacy ) documents individuals who resided in the James River and Eastern Shore regions of Virginia between. James Olmsted — 20 Aug 1635 James Olmsted* — 2 Feb 1633/34 Captain Patrick — 1 Sep 1634 Capt. John Pierce, Portsmouth RI, Hamilton Printing, 1991. Thomas Nash, of the Inner Temple, addressed him as 'my fellow templar,' but there is no other proof of James's connection with the law (ib. See full list on historicipswich. 28 September 1633 - John and Thomas Culpepper are mentioned as the owners of the ship Thomas and John of London which was furnished with 18 pieces oif cast-iron ordinance (cannon) at the shipyards at Shoreham-By-Sea. Although I believe (as will be seen below) that there is a growing likelihood that we descend from one of the two William Collinses who sailed to Virginia in the ship Plaine Joan in 1635, at this time the earliest date at which we can certainly identify an ancestor on the Collins line is 1664/65, when one James Collins received a royal patent. Also, in printing records there seems to be but little concerning him. Mathew, George - George Mathew was a passenger, on the Ship, the Margarett, in 1633. 06 April 1635: Passengers embarked at Southampton in the James of London, Mr. This entire period from 1620-1643, the so-called "Great Migration," ended with the. It was settled by a group of Separatist Puritans from England in 1620. (Use browser "Bookmark" or "Back" to return to this page. com and our loyal RootsWeb …. c1814 in Scotland, d. The ship arrived safe at Massachusetts Bay. Some we think are, and others may prove to be so. He lived in Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United States in 1632. 36 pg 17) Kinge Percy 24, maid to Ro. This table details the roll of passengers of the Truelove, which sailed from London, mid-September, 1635, bound for New England. Summary He was a passenger on the English ship Increase, which sailed from London in April, 1635, bound for New England. The date of record, in this …. Jamestown, which evolved into James City County, was named for King James I. WEALTH AT DEATH. More Colonial Passenger Lists. 06 April 1635: Passengers embarked at Southampton in the James of London, Mr. Interesting searches can be made for individuals who arrived on the same ship, or children under 5 who may have been born. In Bedfordshire, the 1635 Ship Money was collected within twelve months, but in 1636/7 it took fourteen months to collect 86. Notes Boarded the ship "James" on April 5, 1635 and arrived in the Massachusetts Bay Colony June 3, 1635, and settled in Newbury, of which he is listed as one of the …. 1689 Today's stone structure of King's Chapel was built. The James and the Angel Gabriel were caught in a great storm off the coast of North America. Drawing on primary and secondary sources, historian McCartney (Jamestown Island: An American Legacy ) documents individuals who resided in the James River and Eastern Shore regions of Virginia between. , sone of which I shall extract and forward for the Register, as I find leisure,. 28 September 1633 – John and Thomas Culpepper are mentioned as the owners of the ship Thomas and John of London which was furnished with 18 pieces oif cast-iron ordinance (cannon) at the shipyards at Shoreham-By-Sea. * The Lamb October 22, 1682, John Tench, master, one of Penn's fleet. It takes all kinds. 100 1 _ ‎‡a James, Thomas, ‏ ‎‡d ca. Papenfuse, et. Susanna Johnson came to America at age 24 with her husband, JOHN JOHNSON, and two of their children on the good ship JAMES MIGRATION: 1635 on the James (on 13 July 1635, "John Johnson," aged 26, Suzan View Susanna Johnson's genealogy profile; 7/29/2007 9/21/2013 Follow. I, History of Weymouth Massachusetts in four volumes [1923]; published by the WEYMOUTH HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Wright and Potter Printing; Company, Boston. Coldham pg 133-134 The following roll is from her departure point, not necessarily who landed. 50 patch is now live and servers are back up. A passenger list has not survived, but much. 1976 13¢ New Jersey State Flags Issue. She sailed from London and arrived at Boston, Massachusetts on 8 October 1635. He married Hannah Ball, daughter. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. ABIGAIL of London, Richard Hackwell, Master. The Angel was. The ship was described as "a strong ship, and well furished with forteen or sixteen pieces of ordnance, and therefore our seamen rather desired her company; but she is slow in sailing. The passengers began to get sick, some even were suffering from dysentery. Ports in Virginia. The ship arrived safe at Massachusetts Bay, although some of the persons listed below may not have arrived. Here they found the Massachusetts Indians, a tribal branch of the Algonquin Nation. , London, 1845) (hereafter Auto. [ ed note: The ship may have been the Lyon which made several trips between the UK and Massachusetts in 1630-1635 ] London arrived 1635 from England, UK (William Nesse?) (unknown, may be the ship London , above) arrived in New England area prior to 1685 from England, UK (T-Line: William Neff, Mary Corliss). [Page 239] Fox, David, son of Captain David Fox, a prominent merchant and officer of Lancaster county, who died in 1669, was born March 12, 1650. In 1635 the ship that brought Richard Mather also brought more Puritans some of whom bought out the people who were leaving for Windsor. THOMAS SCUDDER SR. immigrantships. 1645 and 1647) SUMMARY. This set of ships passenger lists includes ships to Virginia (a catch-all phrase to mean almost anywhere along the coast), Barbadoes, Bermuda, West Indies and of course New England. The salient details for each of these sailings are summarized below: George Bonaventure, Thomas Cox, master. [ ed note: The ship may have been the Lyon which made several trips between the UK and Massachusetts in 1630-1635 ] London arrived 1635 from England, UK (William Nesse?) (unknown, may be the ship London , above) arrived in New England area prior to 1685 from England, UK (T-Line: William Neff, Mary Corliss). See Ship & Passenger Information 1634/5 The Love departed London for New England. -1646 English university men who emigrated to New England before 1646: history of Harvard College in the seventeenth century, e-book. * The Lyon August 13, 1682 John Compton, master. 1635 James Cooper. List of persons embarked in the Hercules of Sandwich, Kent, Mr John Witherley, to be transported from Sandwich to New England:. Bill Russell believes this is the above ship that was fitted out with cannon, not a new ship. It was wrecked August 15, 1635 offshore of Pemaquid Point, Maine, in what was described as a "great storm" (possibly a hurricane). STATISTICS OF THE SHIP LISTS. John died 14. ) John Ellison by Prosperous; Ellin his wife b Charity; servant John Badeley 24 by Hopewell 1623. Thomas was born in London England about 1606. Descendants of Richard Anderson. Before 1635 James left his family in England and came to New England. Although I believe (as will be seen below) that there is a growing likelihood that we descend from one of the two William Collinses who sailed to Virginia in the ship Plaine Joan in 1635, at this time the earliest date at which we can certainly identify an ancestor on the Collins line is 1664/65, when one James Collins received a royal patent. John Greene "the Surgeon" Our line of Greenes began in the New World with the arrival of the pioneer John Greene "the surgeon" on the ship …. 5 June 1635, by Mr. John Povey British Naval Sailor Service 1628-1660. Jerome Hawley, Esquire (Commissioner, Investor, and passenger) Born: circa 1590; (2nd) son of James Hawley Esq. On 3 July 1636 he received a grant for a house lot of five acres. French History. Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. This is the same record from which Mr. Leaving from Bristol, England on May 23, 1635 sailing with the Angel Gabriel were the James, Bess, Mary and the Diligence. 06 April 1635: Passengers embarked at Southampton in …. Founders of New England: Records of Ships Passenger Lists from England to New England between 1620 and 1640. a group of colonists dressed as. James City County Genealogy, Wills, Estates, Settlers to Jamestown James City County was created in 1634 as James City Shire by order of King Charles I. Some passengers survived. Summary He was a passenger on the English ship Increase, which sailed from London in April, 1635, bound for New England. JAMES, THOMAS (1593?-1635?), navigator, a kinsman, it is believed, of Thomas James (d. Share to Twitter. Abbott, Richard. The immigrant, John Tripp, came to the United States in 1635. 1689 Today's stone structure of King's Chapel was built. I believed that he became apprenticed in a barrel making factory on an island. On June 4, 1635, Richard Mather left England with his wife and children aboard the James. John Pierce, Portsmouth RI, Hamilton Printing, 1991. 1635-1640. The James left London, England April 6, 1635 with her master, William Cooper, arriving in Massachusetts Bay. Alexander Gordon was born in Scotland in 1635. , 1635-1902 (CLASSIC REPRINT) By John James Currier **BRAND NEW**. Typically, sheriffs would blame their predecessors. At least three ships called the James sailed in 1635 from England to New England. Thomas KINGSTONES land (only a barren ridge between), Nly into the forrest between Martins hundred & Kiskiake by a br. July 27, 1635 The Primrose departed London for Virginia. WEALTH DURING LIFETIME. ) Steven PAINE with his wife and 3 sons 4 servants, came from Great ELLINGHAM and settled in New Hingham. The next day there was a terrible rainstorm that ravaged the …. He resided in Ipswich, MA in 1639, Marshfield 1643, Boston 1652. The bulk of these passengers to New York are recorded on two websites:. 1-173, printed, not wholly accurately, in The autobiography and correspondence of Sir Simonds D'Ewes, ed. However, many names are missing from the list in The Lyon partly due to the fact that several were members when only the head of the house was mentioned, while others omitted went as servants. Share to Facebook. As all the lists are now published with all the information which the lists contain, it is possible to give more definite. Datasets available include LCSH, BIBFRAME, LC Name Authorities, LC Classification, MARC codes, PREMIS vocabularies, ISO language codes, and more. In 1635 he planned to emigrate from Bristol to Massachusetts on the smaller merchant ship James. This web page shows only a small excerpt of our Tate research. The original Susan Constant, Godspeed and Discovery set sail from London on December 20, 1606, bound for Virginia. immigrantships. 1619), alderman and twice mayor of Bristol, was born about 1593 (James, Strange Voyage, portrait prefixed). 06 April 1635: Passengers embarked at Southampton in the James of London, Mr. In what proved to be a vain attempt to. mozier decision of the commandant. The convoy was attacked by Mediterranean pirates, who captured one of the ships. The Truelove June 10, 1635 The Truelove departed for Bermuda Sources: "Hotten's Lists", page 85; American Plantations and Colonies Ship and Passenger Information: Robert Dennis, Master June 10, 1635 To Bermuda (or Somer, sometimes Summer) Islands 105 passengers listed. Datasets available include LCSH, BIBFRAME, LC Name Authorities, LC Classification, MARC codes, PREMIS vocabularies, ISO language codes, and more. He was a passenger on the English ship The James (1st Voyage), which sailed from Southampton in April, 1635, bound for New England. By the mid-19th century, 70% of Irish emigrants entered the US through New York. This is the same record from which Mr. Dane with John Cann owned/held interests. Pictured above is the faithful replica of the Mayflower, the Mayflower II. On June 15, 1607 the fleet commander. , sone of which I shall extract and forward for the Register, as I find leisure,. 36 pg 17) Kinge Percy 24, maid to Ro. It was on South Street, just about opposite of West Street. Ships of the Winthrop Migration, 1629-1630. Step 5: Search for ships passengers in Ethnic Groups immigrating to America, other miscellaneous ports of arrival, Ships Passenger Lists on NARA microfilm, J. Source: National Park Service, "Jamestown - Sidney King Paintings," Arrival of Lord Delaware. Passenger Lists: Ship "James" List of pasengers on the "James", 1635. August 21, 1635 The George departed London for Virginia. Arbella: The flagship, designated 'Admiral'. towards land of William Spencer, Ely. The family sailed to the Massachusetts colony aboard the ship James from London in April 5, 1635. The ship James of London sailed from Southampton on April 5, 1635 and arrived in Massachusetts Bay on June 3, 1635 with master William Cooper at the helm. Passenger Ship Arrivals Your family history within a country begins when your first ancestor arrived. Ship and Passenger Information: Richard Goodladd, Master Embarked May 21, 1635 Per warrant from the Earle of Carlisle. Some passengers survived. These merchants hoped to find riches to rival the Aztec empire in Mexico. And there are known passenger ships for which there are no passenger claimants, such as the Dainty of 1610 and the Darling of 1622. Transportation of 40 persons. 1635 Planter Trerice. ) Google Scholar; cf. ) John Ellison by Prosperous; Ellin his wife b Charity; servant John Badeley 24 by Hopewell 1623. Hingham's roots go back to the earliest days of European settlement in the new world. Drawing on primary and secondary sources, historian McCartney (Jamestown Island: An American Legacy ) documents individuals who resided in the James River and Eastern Shore regions of Virginia between. After trying unsuccessfully to recapture the ship from the pirates, the Angel Gabriel and James sailed on for New England and the other two for Newfoundland. ) Steven PAINE with his wife and 3 sons 4 servants, came from Great ELLINGHAM and settled in New Hingham. Historical Tracts of the Town of Portsmouth Rhode Island. Andrew appears on the Philadelphia ship lists. Jamestown riverfront scene. Ships of the Winthrop Migration, 1629-1630. This entire period from 1620-1643, the so-called "Great Migration," ended with the. Into the woods, towards Chippoakes Creek. HISTORY OF NEWBURY, MASS. John Johnson, of Andover MP (c. Reference is here made to the MS, but references are also given in parentheses to the printed edition for the convenience of those with easy access to it. Joanne Tatarsole Gillingham, Dorset, England d. Alexander Gordon was born in Scotland in 1635. John Calder; 1941. Ship Defence, London to Boston 1635. Dictionary of National Biography, 1885–1900. MSA Land Patent Liber ABH, folio 65-66. She listed passengers for New England from June 4 until July 24, and sailed from Plymouth, as her last port of departure, about August 1, with two hundred and twenty persons aboard and many cattle. A passenger list has not survived, but much. Papenfuse, et. (Use browser "Bookmark" or "Back" to return to this page. "Ship Passenger Lists - National and New England (1600-1825) Edited and indexed by Carl Boyer, 3rd, Published by the Compiler Newhall, California, 1977 p. This set of ships passenger lists includes ships to Virginia (a catch-all phrase to mean almost anywhere along the coast), Barbadoes, Bermuda, West Indies and of course New England. Ships steaming in the task group. I believed that he became apprenticed in a barrel making factory on an island. James Pitello/Pittillo (Other sources cite him as James not John. Cooke Shipping Agent Records, Castle Garden New York Ships Passenger Lists 1855-1890, Ellis Island New York Ships Passenger Lists 1894-1927 & Naturalization Records. George, Oct 7, 1677. Slave Manifests of Coastwise Vessels Filed at New Orleans, Louisiana, 1807-1860 The Schooner Thomas Hunter The Schooner Thomas Hunter, which departed from Norfolk, Virginia, October 17, 1835, arrived at New Orleans, Louisiana, on November 11, 1835, with 5 slaves identified with a full first and last name. Scottish Prisoners sent to New England in 1652. The James and the Angel Gabriel stayed together while the three faster and smaller boats went on to Newfoundland.

Ship James 1635