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A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF 



SHIP PASSENGER LISTS, 1538-1825 



A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF 

SHIP PASSENGER LISTS 

1538-1825 

Being a Guide to Published Lists of 
Early Immigrants to North America 

Compiled by HAROLD LANCOUR 




THIRD EDITION 

Revised and Enlarged by RICHARD J. WOLFE 



WITH A LIST OF 
PASSENGER ARRIVAL RECORDS IN THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES 



By FRANK E. BRIDGERS 



New York 

The New York Public Library 
19 6 3 



Library of Congress Catalogue Card Number: 63-18141 

* * * 

A revised edition of 
Passenger Lists of Ships Coming to North America, 1607-1825 

(1938) 

Illustrations by Hal Wilson, Public Relations Staff 



Printed at The New York Public Library 
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Preface to the Third Edition 

F INESTIMABLE VALUE to genealogists and historians 
would be a record of every emigrant who sailed from Europe 
to North America in the early years of our nation's history. But no 
such record exists. Actually, the ravages of fire and time have left 
to succeeding generations but little of the all too incomplete docu- 
ments made by the shipping and port authorities in those early days. 
Those that do remain are now preserved in the archives and libraries 
of the United States and Europe. 

In recent years efforts have been made to sort out, transcribe, and 
print from such old original records, diaries, log books, etc, lists of 
the early emigrants. This bibliography is an attempt to bring together 
a list of these printed sources and to put it into a convenient and 
usable form. Word has reached us from many places that the earlier 
editions of this little pamphlet, which first appeared in 1938, have 
indeed been found useful far beyond our most hopeful expectations. 

The emphasis in this compilation has been utilitarian rather than 
academic. Its purpose is to provide genealogists, historians, and stu- 
dents of immigration with a useful guide to widely scattered and 
little-known material. Such emphasis has had two results: first, to 
make advisable a free interpretation of the phrase "passenger list" so 
as to include all such collections of emigrants' or immigrants' names, 
as, in the opinion of the compiler, would be of value; and, second, 
to call for a simple bibliographical entry with a briefly descriptive 
rather than evaluative annotation. 

On the assumption that the researcher, in looking for a particular 
individual's name, will know at least one of three things: the place 
of arrival, the approximate date of arrival, or the name of the ship, 
the list is arranged, first by the state to which the ship came, and 
second, under each state, chronologically by the year of arrival. In 
addition there is a complete index to all ships' names mentioned 
in the several books and articles listed in the bibliography giving 
exact page references to the books and articles referred to. 

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A few users of the original edition of this work kept records of 
additional items which subsequently were published or came to 
light. Mr Richard J. Wolfe, of The New York Public Library staff, 
has kindly brought these and a great many other supplementary 
materials together and incorporated them into the bibliography and 
the index. Thus the list is as complete, up to the time of publication, 
as cooperative effort can make it. As before, additions and corrections 
to the list will be appreciated and may be sent to the compiler or to 
The New York Public Library. 



Harold Lancour 



Morgan Hill Farm 
Weston, Vermont 



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Reviser's Preface 

TO THOSE engaged in the study of American genealogy and 
immigration Harold Lancour's Passenger Lists will require no 
introduction. Since its publication by The New York Public Library 
26 years ago as a modest booklet it has achieved a remarkable reputa- 
tion as one of the most useful tools for aiding in the identification of 
persons coming to North America before 1825, and the demand for 
copies of it has not diminished over the years in spite of the fact 
that it has long since gone out of print. The usefulness of the Lancour 
Bibliography lies not only in bringing together references to so many 
scattered lists but in the utilitarian manner in which it has organized 
and presented them. 

It has been my intention in undertaking the revision and enlarge- 
ment of Passenger Lists to preserve as much as possible the identity 
and practical intent of the original. Only such changes and modifica- 
tions have been adopted as would improve upon the aim and useful- 
ness of the work or which seemed necessary in order to incorporate 
into it the many items which have appeared in print since 1938. The 
standard for including a list in the revised edition is proof of overseas 
origin. I have reserved the right of judgment in this matter, as did 
Dr Lancour before me, usefulness being the deciding factor in bor- 
derline cases. And again no claim is made for unerring judgment 
or for completeness, though I have made every effort to make the 
present edition as complete and comprehensive as possible. 

Every entry appearing in the second edition of Passenger Lists 
( 1938 ) has been described anew and has been completely reindexed 
for inclusion in the "Index of Ship Names" at the end of the volume. 
And to these have been added approximately 145 new references. 
A number of typographical errors and errors of oversight have been 
corrected, and every reference has been annotated in order to inform 
the user of the origin and scope of each entry within the volume. 
The section "Name Registers and Genealogical Dictionaries" found 
at the conclusion of the earlier list has been dropped out and two 

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appendices, one giving lists of ship passengers and immigrants com- 
ing to America after 1825 and the other passenger arrival records in 
the National Archives, have been substituted in its place. By doing 
this we hope to furnish the user with a compendium of all known 
published passenger and immigrant records and at the same time pro- 
vide him with a resume of the holdings of our major source of such 
unpublished data. (For the type of material originally included in 
"Name Registers and Genealogical Dictionaries," where proof of 
overseas origin is not established, the reader is directed to various 
genealogical handbooks, such as Genealogical Research and Search 
and Research, which usually include such materials under their re- 
spective states.) l To add to the usefulness of the work, a number 
of cross references have been inserted in order to inform the user of 
regional material included in lists entered under different localities; 
an author index has also been furnished; and slight changes have 
been made in the manner of entering references in the analytical 
index of ship names. I have tried to take notice of all reprinted edi- 
tions of works in the Bibliography so as to tell the researcher what 
may be purchased on the "in print" market. The majority of such 
reprints have been issued by the Genealogical Publishing Company, 
521-23 St Paul Place, Baltimore, and, as I have been informed by 
Mr Jules Chodak, President of the firm, as many more will be sched- 
uled for republication in the future as demand warrants. Finally, the 
work has been given a new title which, it is hoped, will better reflect 
the true nature of its contents and will help abate the confusion that 
the earlier title created. 

As Dr Lancour implies in his preface to this edition, its under- 
taking has been a cooperative effort. I should like to express my grati- 
tude for the kind assistance rendered by Dr Gerald D. McDonald 
of this Library and by the staff of the Genealogy and Local History 
Division which he heads, and particularly by Mr Gunther E. Pohl, 

1 Genealogical Research: Methods and Sources (Washington, D C, The American 
Society of Genealogists 1960); Noel C. Stevenson Search and Research; The Research- 
er's Handbook ( Salt Lake City, Deseret Book Co 1959 ) . 

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who read over the manuscript and made a number of valuable sug- 
gestions, and by Miss Rosalie Fellows Bailey, who went over the 
New York and New Jersey sections and offered a great many refer- 
ences for my consideration. I should also like to thank Mr Frank E. 
Bridgers for contributing his article "Passenger Arrival Records in 
the National Archives," which originally appeared in the National 
Genealogical Society Quarterly for September 1962, and Colonel 
Carleton E. Fisher, President of the Society, for permitting it to be 
republished. Finally I would like to acknowledge the interest of Mr 
Jules Chodak, and the assistance rendered by him in the course of 
this revision. 

Richard J. Wolfe 

The New York 
Public Library 



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Contents 



PREFACE TO THE THIRD EDITION v 

REVISER'S PREFACE vii 

THE BIBLIOGRAPHY 

All Ports 3 

Maine 13 

New Hampshire 15 

Massachusetts 17 

Rhode Island 25 

Connecticut 27 

New York 29 

New Jersey 41 

Pennsylvania 45 

Delaware 63 

Maryland 65 

VmGiNiA 69 

District of Columria 75 

North Carolina 77 

South Carolina 79 

Georgia 81 

Florida 83 

Louisiana 85 

Appendix I: Purlished Lists of Ship Passengers 

and Immigrants After 1825 87 

Appendix II: Passenger Arrival Records in the 

National Archives, ry Frank E. Bridgers 93 

Index of Authors and Contrirutors 101 

Index of Ship Names 105 



A Bibliography of 
Ship Passenger Lists, 1538-1825 



ALL PORTS 

1600-1700 

John Camden Hotten, ed, The Original Lists of Persons of Quality; Emi- 
grants; Religious Exiles; Political Rebels; Serving Men Sold for a Term 
of Years; Apprentices; Children Stolen; Maidens Pressed; and Others Who 
Went from Great Britain to the American Plantations, 1600-1700. With 
Their Ages, the Localities Where They Formerly Lived in the Mother 
Country, the Names of the Ships in Which They Embarked, and Other 
Interesting Particulars. From Mss. Preserved in the State Paper Depart- 
ment of Her Majesty's Public Record Office, England (London, Chatto 
and Windus 1874) 604 p 1 

Very comprehensive. Includes lists of ships to Bermuda and the Barbados as well as 
to North America. Contains an index to all family names. 

Published also, New York, J. W. Bouton 1874. Second American ed published 1880 
under title Our Early Immigrant Ancestors. The Original Lists of Persons of Quality. 
. . . Second ed of 1880 reissued in facsimile by the Genealogical Publishing Co, Balti- 
more, 1962. 

For an excerpt of the names of Jews appearing in this list see Cyrus Adler, "Jews in 
American Plantations between 1600-1700," Publications of the American Jewish His- 
torical Society i ( 1893 ) 105-108. 

See note for no 35. 

1600-1750 

"Immigrants to America before 1750; an Alphabetical List of Immi- 
grants to the Colonies, before 1750, Compiled from Official and Other 
Records," The Magazine of American Genealogy sec iv nos 1-27 ( 1929- 
1932) 220 p 2 

An ambitious attempt to list all known immigrants to America before 1750, gath- 
ered from a variety of sources including personal genealogies, state archives, colonial 
records, state and local histories, etc, and correlating the records of several colonies. 

Published as Section rv of each of the first 27 issues of the magazine with its own 
title-page and with separate paging. Suspended publication with no 27, and conse- 
quently only carried emigrants to America whose surnames begin with the letter "A" 
or the letter "B" through "Battles." 

"Immigrant Ancestors" (In Frederick A. Virkus, ed The Abridged Com- 
pendium of American Genealogy, Chicago, The Institute of American 
Genealogy 1925-1942, 1 965-997, n 387-421, in 645-692, iv 727-777, v 741- 
793, vi 749-818, vn 825-895) 3 

A major source of information on several thousand immigrants to America before 
1750, giving birth, ancestry, time and place of arrival, and marriage and death of each 
immigrant. 

The section in each volume is complete in itself, running alphabetically A through Z. 
Names in these sections of "Immigrant Ancestors" appear in the alphabetical index at 

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4 SHIP PASSENGER LISTS 

All Ports, 1600-1750, continued 

the back of each volume. The section in vol vn, which appears to be the most complete, 
has been reissued in facsimile by the Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore, in 1963. 

Because a great percentage of entries are repeated in succeeding volumes and be- 
cause an even greater number of immigrant ancestors are mentioned in the lineage 
records in the main section of each volume, ship names occurring here have not been 
included in the Index of Ship Names below. 

A more complete list of immigrants to America before 1750 whose surname begins 
with the letter A or the letter B through "Battles" is contained in no 2. 

1600-1800 

George Sherwood, American Colonists in English Records. A Guide to 

Direct References in Authentic Records, Passenger Lists not in "Hotten" 

&c, &c, &c. Series 1-2 (London, G. Sherwood 1932-1933) 2 v 4 

A highly miscellaneous collection of items found in English records. Arrangement is 
by date, with an index of names contained in both series following at end of vol n. 
Reissued in facsimile by the Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore, 1961. 

1620-1650 

Charles Edward Banks, Topographical Dictionary of 2885 English Emi- 
grants to New England, 1620-1650. Edited, Indexed and Published by 
Elijah Ellsworth Brownell, B. E. E. (Philadelphia 1937) 295 p 5 

Comprehensive listing of early emigrants from England arranged by county and 
parish of origin, with name of ship, place of settlement in this country and authority 
cited. Contains alphabetical indices of emigrants and wives and children of emigrants 
and indices of parishes in England whence they emigrated, towns in the colonies in 
which they settled, and the ships they arrived in. 

Reissued in facsimile by the Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore, 1957. 

1620-1820 

"Names of Some Ministers, Licentiates, Students, or Emigrants Who Went 

from Ulster and Served in the Ministry of Presbyterian Churches in North 

America during the Period 1620-1820, with the Presbytery of Oversight, 

or District of Origin Where These Have Been Ascertained, the Date or 

Approximate Date of Arrival, and the Provinces or States Where They 

Exercised Their Ministry" ( In William Forbes Marshall Ulster Sails West, 

Belfast, The Quota Press [1943] p 60-67 ) 6 

Arranged alphabetically. 
No ship mentioned. 

1631-1635 

Charles B. Moore, "Shipwrights, Fishermen, Passengers from England," 

The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record x ( 1879 ) 66-76 7 

A general article on the first settlers of New England, Virginia, and New York, but 
contains the names of several dozen emigrants to New England, Virginia, New York, 



BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 5 

and the American or West Indian Islands extracted from ms volumes kept in London 
to preserve oaths of allegiance required of English soldiers and passengers going 
abroad. 

1634^1635 

Arthur Adams, "Adams Emigration Lists, 1572-1640; England," National 

Genealogical Society Quarterly jx (1920) 38-39 8 

A list of emigrants from England whose surname was Adams, Adam, Haddam, etc, 
culled from contemporary ms emigrations lists from the 14th year of Queen Elizabeth 
(1572) to 1640. Includes a number of persons bound for New England and Virginia, 
1634-1635. 

1635-1640 

Vincent B. Redstone, "American Traders, Planters and Settlers. Notes 

Drawn from Original Papers, 1628-1640," Genealogical Magazine in 

(1916) 139-144 9 

A general account, based on old public documents, of expeditions from England to 
the New World, 1628-1640. Includes 3 short lists. 

1646-1775 

Anthony J. Camp, "Transportation from Hertfordshire, England to Amer- 
ica, 1646-1775," The New England Historical and Genealogical Register 
cxv (1961) 55-57 10 

Extracted from the 10 volumes of printed Hertfordshire Quarter Sessions Records 
(1905-1957). 

A list of convicts deported from Hertfordshire during the period covered. Gives 
name, place of origin, occupation, and year of deportation and is coded to designate 
destination to be America, Virginia or Maryland, Barbados, or Jamaica. 

No ship mentioned. 

1654-1685 

Bristol, England, Bristol and America; a Record of the First Settlers in the 
Colonies of North America, 1654-1685, Including the Names with Places 
of Origin of More Than 10,000 Servants to Foreign Plantations Who Sailed 
from the Port of Bristol to Virginia, Maryland, and Other Parts of the 
Atlantic Coast, and Also to the West Indies from 1654 to 1685 (London, 
R. S. Glover [1929] ) 182 p 11 

An important collection of the names enrolled in two volumes, "Servants to Foreign 
Plantations," found among the archives of Bristol, England. Records emigrants to New 
England, Maryland, Virginia, New York, Pennsylvania, and to Canada and the Carib- 
bean Islands. 

"Compiled and published from their records by special permission of the Corpora- 
tion of the City of Bristol." Preface by N. Dermott Harding, Keeper of the Bristol 
Archives; Historical Introduction by Wm. Dodgson Bowman; transcriptions by R. Har- 
greaves-Mawdsley. 

A printed index of names, consisting of a cover-title and 16 pages, was issued 
separately by the publisher in 1931 and is found in most copies sold after that date. 



6 SHIP PASSENGER LISTS 

All Ports, 1654-1685, continued 

Title to this commences An Index to Bristol and America . . . and repeats t-p informa- 
tion of the book, but has price added and imprint altered. A ms index of 158 leaves, 
"giving names of settlers and ships [with] references to the destination 'New England' 
. . . starred," was compiled by Margaret MacKinnon Lorenz, Boston, in 1929. Photo- 
stat reproductions of this can be found in various libraries ( Boston Athenaeum, New 
York Historical Society, The New York Public Library, etc ) . 

P 1-26 of Book i of "Servants to Foreign Plantations" also printed in R. Hargreaves- 
Mawdsley, "The Bristol Records; a Representative List of Names of Persons Who 
Emigrated to America between the Years 1654 and 1679," Apollo: a Journal of the 
Arts vi (1927) 29-31. 

See also nos 55 and 199. 

1683-1684 

Cregoe D. P. Nicholson, "Some Early Emigrants to America," Genealogists' 
Magazine xn (1955-1958) 11-14, 48-53, 89-92, 122-125, 157-162, 191-196, 
228-233, 269-272, 303-309, 340-344, 379-382, 404-406, 440-442, 478-482, 
516-520, 552-555; xm (1959-1961) 10-13, 46-50, 78-80, 105-108, 145-148, 
175-179, 209-212, 236 12 

Lists approximately 1,000 persons who indentured themselves to serve in the plan- 
tations in 1683 and 1684, mainly in Maryland, Virginia, Barbados, and Jamaica, though 
a few were destined for New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Carolina. Gives the 
name of the apprentice, the town from which he came, his occupation and his age; 
the name, address, and occupation of the person to whom the apprentice was bound 
( usually the master of the ship ) ; the place to which he was going, the number of years 
he was bound, the ship in which he was to sail, and the name of the ship's master. 

1690-1811 

Gerald Fothergill, A List of Emigrant Ministers to America, 1690-1811 
(London, Elliot Stock 1904) 65 p 13 

An alphabetical list of ministers and schoolmasters of the Church of England who 
went to western colonies in return for a bounty of twenty pounds from the King. 

From Money Books, King's Warrant Books, Treasury Papers, and Exchequer of 
Receipt Papers in the Public Record Office, London. 

Gives name of minister, his destination, and the date of payment of bounty. 

See The New England Historical and Genealogical Register lix (1905) 218-219 
for additions. 

1697-1707 

Elizabeth French, List of Emigrants to America from Liverpool, 1697-1707 
(Boston, New England Historic Genealogical Society 1913) 55 p 14 

From the Records of the Corporation of Liverpool. 

A chronological arrangement of over 1,500 names of indentured servants destined 
for Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New England, and the West Indies. Gives name, 
age, period of indenture, and the person to whom indentured, frequently the master of 
the ship on which he sailed. 

Contains an index of names. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 7 

Reprinted in facsimile from 14A The New England Historical and Genealogical 
Register lxiv (1910) 158^166, 252-263, 336-346; lxv (1911) 43-50, 165-174. 
Reissued in facsimile by the Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore, 1962. 

1697-1815 

"Tabelle der Auswanderer des 17. und 18. Jahrhunderts. a. Die Auswand- 
erer nach Amerika" (In Robert Morsdorf Die Auswanderung aus dem 
Birkenf elder Land, Bonn, Ludwig Rdhrscheid Verlag 1939, p 87-91 ) 15 

A chronological register of emigrants to America from the principality of Birkenfeld 
during the 17th and 18th centuries. Contains a great many immigrants to Pennsylvania. 

1709 

William J. Hoffman, " 'Palatine' Emigrants to America from the Princi- 
pality of Nassau-Dillenburg," The National Genealogical Society Quarterly 
xxix (1941) 41-44 16 

From records in the State Archives at Wiesbaden. 

A general article discussing and reprinting petitions written during July and Aug 
1709 by subjects of the Count of Nassau-Dillenburg praying to be permitted to leave 
for America. 

Contains the names of 54 persons petitioning to go to Pennsylvania or the Carolinas. 
Gives name only. 

Based on an article which appeared in the German local magazine Nassovia rv 
(1903) 194ff. 

Printed in part in no 137. 

1727-1895 

"Auswanderung" (In Albrecht Ritz Gestalten und Ereignisse aus Beihingen 
am Neckar. Ludwigsburg, Buchdruckerei Otto Eichhorn 1939, p 238-258 ) 

16-1 

Contains the names of emigrants from Beihingen to America during the period 
covered. 

1738 

Friedrich Krebs, "Amerika-Auswanderer aus Baden-Durlach im Jahre 

1738," Senftenegger Monatsblatt fur Genealogie und Heraldik iv ( 1956- 

1959) 17-18 17 

Compiled from documents in the Badischen Generallandesarchiv in Karlsruhe. 
Contains names only of persons granted permission to emigrate to America. 
No ship mentioned. 

1738-1750 

Paul W. Prindle, "Some Emigrants to America from the Ludwigsburg 
District, Wurttemberg, Germany, 1738-1750," The New York Genealogical 
and Biographical Record xcm (1962) 65-66 17-1 



8 SHIP PASSENGER LISTS 

All Ports, 1738-1750, continued 

From archives of the City Council of Poppenweiler, Ludwigsburg District. 
The names of 13 families who declared their intentions to emigrate to America, 
Pennsylvania, or New York. 

1740-1757 

Jacob Harry Hollander, "The Naturalization of Jews in the American Col- 
onies under the Act of 1740," Publications of the American Jewish Histor- 
ical Society v ( 1897 ) 103-117 18 

Transcribed from records of the Commissioners for Trade and Plantations now 
among the documents of the Colonial Office in the Public Record Office, London. 

Contains the names of Jews naturalized in South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Maryland 
and New York during the period covered. 

Also printed in no 19. 

See note for no 102. 

1740-1772 

Montague Spencer Giuseppi, ed, Naturalizations of Foreign Protestants 
in the American and West Indian Colonies Pursuant to Statute 13 George 
h, c. 7 ( Manchester, The Huguenot Society of London 1921 ) 196 p 19 

Volume xxrv of The Publications of The Huguenot Society of London. 

Contains all the returns of naturalization of foreign Protestants sent from the 
Colonies to the Lords Commissioners for Trade and Plantations during the period 
covered. 

Transcribed from 2 Entry Books formerly belonging to the Board of Trade and 
Plantations but now classified among documents of the Colonial Office in the Public 
Record Office, London. 

Amount of information given differs according to Colony, but entries usually include 
name, religious affiliation, place of residence, and date of naturalization. Returns from 
New York usually include occupation. 

Contains returns from the West Indies, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, 
Maryland, New York, and Pennsylvania. 

Has indices of persons, places, and subjects ( denominations, occupations, etc. ) 

See note for 102. 

1752-1900 

"Vor der Auswanderer aus dem Heidenheimer Gebiet" ( In Albrecht Ritz 

Nattheim und Oggenhausen im Kranz der Nachbargemeinden. Heiden- 

heim/Brenz, Heidenheimer Verlagsanstalt 1951, p 231-245) 19-1 

A record of emigrants to America from Nattheim, Oggenhausen, and Fleinheim dur- 
ing the period covered. 

1773-1776 

Gerald Fothergill, Emigrants from England, 1773-1776 (Boston, New 

England Historic Genealogical Society 1913) 206 p 20 

A fist of about 6,000 names, copied from Treasury Records in the Public Record 
Office, London. Gives information concerning the age, occupation, point of origin, 



BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 9 

ship, destination, and reason for emigrating of each passenger in convenient tabulated 
form, arranged chronologically. 

Includes ships to all parts of North America. 

Reprinted from 20A Gerald Fothergill, "Emigrants from England," The New 
England Historical and Genealogical Register lxii (1908) 242-253, 320-332; lxhi 
(1909) 16-31, 134-146, 234-244, 342-355; lxiv (1910) 18-25, 106-115, 214-227, 
314-326; lxv (1911) 20-35, 116-132, 232-251. 

Contains an index of names. 

1774-1775 

Viola Root Cameron, Emigrants from Scotland to America, 1774-1775. 
Copied from a Loose Bundle of Treasury Papers in the Public Record 
Office, London, England (London, The Compiler 1930) 117 f 21 

Only 100 typewritten copies made. Reissued in facsimile by the Genealogical Pub- 
lishing Co, Baltimore, 1959. 

Contains about 2,000 names and gives age, quality, occupation, former residence of 
each emigrant, and his reason for emigrating. 

Lists of ships bound for the following destinations: New York, [l]-5; 28-29, 30-34, 
35-36, 37-40, 54-55, 58-60, 61, 70-72, 73-75, 77-79; North Carolina, 6-24, 62, 72, 
76 (Wilmington, 41-43, 45-46, 88-92), (Salem, 57); Pennsylvania (all bound for 
Philadelphia) 25-27, 44, 50-51, 67-69, 81-85; South Carolina, 76 (Charleston, 52); 
Georgia 61, 86 (Savannah, 47-49, 93-95). 

See note for no 232. 

1776-1803 

Don Yoder, ed, "A New Emigrant List," The Pennsylvania Dutchman i 
(May 19 1949) 6 22 

Appeared originally in German as an advertisement for missing heirs in the early 
Allentown weekly Der Friedens-Bothe for June 17 1825. 

Contains the names of 32 emigrants who arrived in America during and after the 
Revolution. 

No ship mentioned. 

1800 

Gerald Fothergill, "List of Emigrant Liverymen of London," The New 
England Historical and Genealogical Register lx ( 1906 ) 399-400 23 

A short list giving only the name of the emigrant and the livery or guild to which 
he belonged. 

No port of entry indicated and no ship mentioned. 

1802-1850 
See no 229. 

1803-1806 

Gerald Fothergill, "Passenger Lists to America," The New England Histor- 
ical and Genealogical Register lx (1906) 23-28, 160-164, 240-243, 346- 



10 SHIP PASSENGER LISTS 

All Ports, 1803-1806, continued 

349; lxi (1907) 133-139, 265-270, 347-353; lxii (1908) 78-81, 168-171; 
lxvi ( 1912) 30-32, 306-308 24 

Extensive lists of passengers leaving Ireland for America, 1803-1806. Copied from 
mss in the British Museum. 

Includes ships to all parts of North America. 
See notes for nos 25 and 26. 

"Early Irish Emigrants to America, 1803-1806," The Recorder; Bulletin of 
the American Irish Historical Society in (June 1926) 19-23 25 

Lists copied from mss in the British Museum. Gives name, age, occupation, and 
point of origin. 

Contains lists of 3 ships destined for New York, 2 destined for New Castle and Phila- 
delphia, and 1 for Philadelphia alone. 

Additional material to no 24. 

1804-1806 

"American Passenger Lists, 1804-6 (British Musem Transcripts)" (In 
Ireland, Northern. Public Record Office Report of the Deputy Keeper of 
the Records for the Year 1929, Belfast, H. M. Stationery Office 1930, p 15, 
21-49) 26 

An alphabetical index of emigrants from counties Antrim, Armagh, Down, Ferma- 
nagh, Londonderry, and Tyrone sailing for New York, Philadelphia ( or "Philadelphia 
and Newcastle" ) , Boston, Baltimore, Charleston, and New Bedford between lune 1804 
and Mar 1806. 

Names interfiled in Appendix B, "Index to Documents (other than normal incre- 
ments) deposited in the Public Record office during the year 1929," with only county 
of origin and year of departure specified. 

Additional material to nos 24 and 25. 

No ship mentioned. 

1811 

J. Dominick Hackett, "Passenger Lists Published in 'The Shamrock or 
Irish Chronicle,' 1811," lournal of the American Irish Historical Society 
xxvin (1929-30) 65-82 27 

List containing over 2,000 names transcribed and alphabetically arranged from 
individual lists in 1811 issues of The Shamrock or Hibernian Chronicle, a New York 
weekly published 1810-1817. 

The individual ship lists previously printed in part in 21 A The Recorder; Bulletin 
of the American Irish Historical Society, Dec 1923, p 5-8; Nov 1924, p 11; Mar 1925, 
p 1-2; lune 1926, p 2-19; Sept 1926, p 17-21; Dec 1926, p 23-32. 

Lists passengers on 29 ships arriving at New York, 6 at Philadelphia, 1 at Baltimore, 
and 1 at New London. 

See note for no 28. 

1815-1816 

Charles Montague Early, "Passenger Lists from 'The Shamrock or Irish 
Chronicle,' 1815-1816," Journal of the American Irish Historical Society 
xxix (1930-31) 183-206 28 



BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 



11 



Supplementary material to no 27. Contains approximately 3,150 names. 
Lists passengers on 60 ships arriving at New York, 11 at Philadelphia, and 1 at 
Baltimore. 

1819-1820 

United States. State Department, Letter from the Secretary of State, with 
a Transcript of the List of Passengers Who Arrived in the United States 
from the 1st October, 1819, to the 30th September, 1820 (Washington, 
Gales & Seaton 1821) 288 p 29 

16th Congress, 2d Session, Senate Document 118, Serial Number 45. 

Contains 10,247 names arranged according to periodic returns by local Collectors of 
Customs. Includes ships to all parts of the United States. 

Gives name, age, sex, occupation, and origin of each immigrant and the master and 
name of the ship in which he arrived. 




BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 



13 



MAINE 

1602-1651 

Wilbur D. Spencer, Pioneers on Maine Rivers; with Lists to 1651, Compiled 

from the Original Sources (Portland, Me, Lakeside Printing Co 1930) 

414 p 30 

A summary of the early European occupation of the coast of Maine and of the 
attempts at permanent settlement. Pages 13-23 contain "Maine Visiting Lists before 
1630"; lists of "Pioneers," frequently with the name of the ships in which they arrived, 
follow chapters on the various river settlements. 




BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 15 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 

1631 

"First Settlers of New Hampshire," The New England Historical and 
Genealogical Register n ( 1848 ) 37-39 31 

Contains "The Names of Stewards and Servants sent by John Mason, Esq., into this 
Province of New Hampshire," p 39. 

The date is only approximate. 

Published previously with some slight variations in Nathaniel Adams, Annals of 
Portsmouth (Portsmouth 1825) p 18. 

No ship mentioned. 

1718 

"The Petition to Governor Shute in 1718" (In Charles Knowles Bolton 
Scotch Irish Pioneers in Ulster and America (Boston, Bacon & Brown 
1910, p 324-330) 32 

From a ms in the New Hampshire Historical Society, Concord. 

Contains the names of over 250 inhabitants of Northern Ireland who in 1718 peti- 
tioned Samuel Shute, Governor of Massachusetts, for permission to transport them- 
selves to New England. The names of many of these appear in the list of early settlers 
of Londonderry, N H, on p 262-264 of the book. 




BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 17 

MASSACHUSETTS 

1620 

"Passengers of the Mayflower; the Names of Those Which Came Over 
First, in the Year 1620 and Were by the Blessing of God the First Beginers 
and ( in a sort ) the Foundation of All the Plantations and Colonies in New 
England; and Their Families" ( In William Bradford History of Plymouth 
Plantation, 1620-1647, Boston, Massachusetts Historical Society 1912 n 
397-412) 33 

There are several editions of Bradford's History, all of which have this list as an 
appendix. Of these, the ed of 1898 is the most easily obtainable on the out-of-print 
market. 

Mayflower passenger lists are also printed in 33A Nathaniel Bradstreet Shurtleff, 
"The Passengers of the May Flower in 1620," The New England Historical and Gene- 
alogical Register i ( 1847 ) 47-53; 33B Algernon Aikin Aspinwall, "The Mayflower 
Passengers," National Genealogical Society Quarterly vi (1917) 56-57; 33C Azel 
Ames, The May-Flower and Her Log, July 15, 1620 - May 6, 1621, Chiefly from Origi- 
nal Sources (Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & Co 1907) 166-195; 33D "List of Pas- 
sengers to America. From Authentic Sources," The Genealogist's Note Book i ( 1899 ) 
66-67; 33E "The Mayflower Series of Papers: 2," The Historical Bulletin rv ( 1904) 
101-103; 33F List of Passengers Who Came to Plymouth in The "Mayflower" on 
Her First Trip in 1620 (New York, Society of Mayflower Descendants 1896); 33G 
Mayflower Descendants and Their Marriages (Baltimore, Southern Book Co 1956). 

1620-1623 

Charles Edward Banks, The English Ancestry and Homes of the Pilgrim 
Fathers Who Came to Plymouth on the "Mayflower" in 1620, the "Fortune" 
in 1621, and the "Anne" and the "Little James" in 1623 (New York, The 
Grafton Press 1929) 187 p 34 

Names of the various passengers, together with valuable information on their origin 
and later history, grouped alphabetically under the ship in which they arrived. Con- 
tains an appended list of the female passengers on the Anne and Little James. 

Passenger lists of the Anne and Fortune may also be found in 34A "The Mayflower 
Series of Papers: 5," The Historical Bulletin v (1904) 34-36. The lists of all four 
vessels also appear in: 34B John A. Goodwin, The Pilgrim Republic (Boston, Tick- 
nor and Co 1888; 2d ed, Boston and New York, Houghton Mifflin Co 1920) 183-186, 
190-191, 242-244, 297-300; in 34C Leon Clark Hills, History and Genealogy of the 
Mayflower Planters and First Comers to Ye Olde Colonic ( Washington, Hills Publish- 
ing Co 1936) 20-22, 79-80, 84-86; and in 34D an unidentified, 2-page pamphlet 
( n p, n d ) which commences "List of Passengers in the Mayflower" and which has 
been pasted into a red-rope cover and bound into a pamphlet volume (IQH p v 34, 
no 14 ) in The New York Public Library. 

Reissued in facsimile by the Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore, 1962. 

1620-1640 

Charles Edwards Banks, The Planters of the Commonwealth; A Study of 
the Emigrants and Emigration in Colonial Times: To Which Are Added 



18 SHIP PASSENGER LISTS 

Massachusetts, 1620-1640, continued 

Lists of Passengers to Boston and to the Bay Colony; the Ships Which 
Brought Them; Their English Homes, and the Places of Their Settlement 
in Massachusetts, 1620-1640 (Boston, Houghton, Mifflin Co 1930) 231 p 

35 

Lists 3600 passengers on 213 ships in chronological arrangement with indices of 
surnames and place names. 

The most authoritative work covering this period. A reexamination of the original 
sources in the Public Record Office, London, and comprising the collection of Custom 
House records of English ports, already accomplished in part by Savage, no 47; Drake, 
no 44; and Hotten, no 1. 

Reissued in facsimile by the Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore, 1961. 

1621-1769 

George Francis Donovan, The Pre-Revolutionary Irish in Massachusetts, 
1620-1775 (Menasha, Wis, George Banta Pub Co 1932) 158 p 36 

Irish immigrants between 1621 and 1769, but mostly between 1753 and 1769. For 
a number of passenger lists of ships arriving between these dates see p 30-40. 
Only names of Irish origin are given, extracted almost entirely from no 64. 
Doctoral dissertation, St Louis University 1931. 

1629 

"Passengers on the Mayflower 1629" (In Leon Clark Hills History and 
Genealogy of the Mayflower Planters and First Comers to Ye Olde Colonie, 
Washington, Hills Publishing Co 1936, i 86) 37 

Contains the names of 23 of the 35 passengers who sailed from Gravesend, London, 
Mar 1629 and arrived at Plymouth May 15 1629. 

1629-1635 

John G. Locke, "Emigrants in Vessels, 'Bound to Virginia'," The New 
England Historical and Genealogical Register v ( 1851 ) 248-249 38 

A general article showing that some passengers in vessels "bound for Virginia" did 
in fact emigrate to Massachusetts. Gives the names of a number of emigrants who 
eventually settled in Massachusetts and the ships in which they arrived. 

I 

Charles Edward Banks, The Winthrop Fleet of 1630; an Account of the 
Vessels, the Voyage, the Passengers and Their English Homes from Orig- 
inal Authorities (Boston, Houghton Mifflin Co 1930) 118 p 39 

Excellent background material on the early emigrants, giving details of preparations, 
voyage, origins, etc. 

Over 700 names alphabetically arranged. Contains also an alphabetical list of the 
40 heads of families on the Mary and John, which sailed contemporaneously with the 
Winthrop Fleet. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 19 

A short list of the "Leaders in the Winthrop Fleet, 1630," can be found in The New 
England Historical and Genealogical Register lxxv ( 1921 ) 236-237. "Believed" and 
"conjectural" passengers of the flag-ship Arabella [Arbella] are given in no 40. 

Reissued in facsimile by the Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore, 1961. 

Albert R. Rogers, The Historic Voyage of the Arbella, 1630; Official Sou- 
venir of the Arbella, on Exhibition, Charles River Basin, Boston, 1930, 
under the Auspices of the Massachusetts Bay Tercentenary, Inc. ( Boston, 
Arbella Co [1930] ) 32 p 40 

"Believed Passengers in the Arbella," p 15; "Conjectural Passengers," p 17. 
See no 39. 

Maude Pinney Kuhns, The "Mary and John"; a Story of the Founding of 
Dorchester, Massachusetts, 1630 (Rutland, Vt, Turtle Publishing Co 1943) 
254 p 41 

A reconstructed list of passengers who sailed from Plymouth, England, on the Mary 
and John Mar 20 1630. Contains genealogical accounts of all passengers and their 
descendents. 

1630-1641 

"Time of the Arrival in New England of the Following Ministers," The 
New England Historical and Genealogical Register i ( 1847) 289 42 

Sixty-five names listed under year of arrival. 
No ship mentioned. 

1630-1662 

John Farmer, A Genealogical Register of the First Settlers of New-England; 
Containing an Alphabetical List of the Governours, Deputy -Gov ernours, 
Assistants or Counsellors, and Ministers of the Gospel in the Several Col- 
onies, from 1620 to 1692; Representatives of the General Court of Massa- 
chusetts, from 1634 to 1692; Graduates of Harvard College to 1662; 
Members of the Ancient and Honourable Artillery Company to 1662; 
Freemen Admitted to the Massachusetts Colony from 1630 to 1662; with 
Many Other of the Early Inhabitants of New-England and Long-Island, 
N. Y., from 1620 to the Year 1675: To Which Are Added Various Genealog- 
ical and Biographical Notes, Collected from Ancient Records, Manu- 
scripts, and Printed Works (Lancaster, Mass: Carter, Andrews, & Co 
1829) 352 p 43 

Contains "the freemen admitted to the Massachusetts colony from 1630-1662 and 
the names of all such emigrants, both freemen and non-freemen, as could be collected, 
who had come over to the several colonies before 1643." 

An invaluable directory to the first settlers of New England and listing, as it does, 
the emigrants between 1630 and 1643 among the others worthy of inclusion here. 

See 43A Samuel G. Drake, "A List of Names Found Among the First Settlers of 
New England," The New England Historical and Genealogical Register i (1847) 137- 
139, for additions and corrections. 

No ship mentioned. 



20 SHIP PASSENGER LISTS 

Massachusetts, continued 

1631-1671 

Samuel G. Drake, Result of Some Researches among the British Archives 
for Information Relative to The Founders of New England: Made in the 
Years 1858, 1859, and 1860. Originally Collected for and Published in the 
New England Historical and Genealogical Register, and Now Corrected 
and Enlarged ( Boston, New England Historical and Genealogical Register 
1860) 143 p 44 

A collection of emigrant lists to New England covering principally the years 1634- 
1635 but containing some items between 1631-1671. 

Has indices of passengers, persons, places, and ships. 

Printed also in part and with some variation in 44A "The Founders of New Eng- 
land," The New England Historical and Genealogical Register xrv (1860) 297-359. 
A 3d ed 44B of which "seventy-five copies in quarto [were] privately reprinted by 
permission of Mr. Drake for W. Elliot Woodward," was issued from the press of John 
Wilson and Son, Boston, 1865. Paging here identical with the present item, but the 
3d ed contains an additional section, "The First Settlers of Plymouth." Ship names in 
this appended matter appear in the analytical index. 

See note for no 35. 

Reissued in facsimile by the Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore. 

1634 

"Passengers of the Mary and John, 1634," The New England Historical 
and Genealogical Register ix ( 1855 ) 265-268 45 

Includes also a partial list of the Hercules, 1634. 

1634-1637 

Eben Putnam, "Two Early Passenger Lists, 1635-1637," The New England 
Historical and Genealogical Register lxxv (1921) 217-226 46 

Passengers on the Hercules of Sandwich. 

See The New England Historical and Genealogical Register lxxix (1925) 107-109 
for additions and corrections. 

Printed in part in 46A William Boys, Collections for an History of Sandwich in 
Kent ( Canterbury 1792 p 751 ) ; in 46B James Savage, "Gleanings for New England 
History," Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society 3d ser in (1843) 274- 
275; and in 46C "Emigrants in the Hercules of Sandwich," The New England His- 
torical and Genealogical Register xv ( 1861 ) 28-29. 

1634-1638 

James Savage, "Gleanings for New England History," Collections of The 
Massachusetts Historical Society 3d ser vm (1843) 243-348; 3d ser x 
(1849) 127-146 47 



BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 21 

Contains a great many lists of early emigrants to New England copied from original 
records in Rolls Court, Westminster Hall, London. 
See note for no 35. 

1635 

William S. Appleton, "More Passengers for New-England," The New Eng- 
land Historical and Genealogical Register xxv ( 1871 ) 13-15 48 

From mss in the Public Record Office, London. 
Passengers from Weymouth March 20 1635. 
No ship mentioned. 

"A List of Suche Passeng 1 ' 8 as Shipt Themselves at the Towne of Hampton 
in the James of London of iije Tonnes William Coop r Mr, — V rs New 
England in and about V* of April 1635" ( In Louise Brownell Clarke The 
Greenes of Rhode Island, with Historical Records of English Ancestry, 
1534-1902; Compiled from the MSS. of the Late Major-General George 
Sears Greene, U. S. V. New York, The Knickerbocker Press 1903, p 769) 

49 

Extracted from the "Colonial Documents," v 8, fol 67, in the Public Record Office, 
London. 

Contains 51 names. 

Annie Haven Thwing, "The following persons embarked for New England 
in the 'Susan and Ellen,' April, 1635. . . ," The New England Historical and 
Genealogical Register lv ( 1901 ) 345 50 

The names and ages of 24 passengers on the Susan and Ellen, 1635. 

1637-1639 

Charles Boardman Jews on, Transcript of Three Registers of Passengers 
from Great Yarmouth to Holland and New England, 1637-1639 (Norwich, 
Norfolk Record Society 1954) 98 p 51 

Volume xxv of Norfolk Record Society Publications. 

Transcribed from one document in the Bodleian Library and two in the Public 
Record Office. 

Arranged chronologically. Entries include name, domicile, birthplace, occupation or 
quality, age, destination, reason for journey, and anticipated date of return. 

Contains indices of persons, occupations and qualities, and places. 

Emigrants destined for New England previously included in no 1. 

No ship mentioned. 

1638 

Henry Stevens, "Passengers for New England, 1638," The New England 
Historical and Genealogical Register n (1848) 108-110 52 

A list of 110 passengers on the Confidence of London, April 11 1638. 
See The New England Historical and Genealogical Register v ( 1851 ) 440 for correc- 
tions. 

Also printed in corrected form in nos 35 and 44. 



22 SHIP PASSENGER LISTS 

Massachusetts, continued 

1651-1652 

"Scotch Prisoners Sent to Massachusetts in 1652, by Order of the English 
Government," The New England Historical and Genealogical Register i 
(1847) 377-380 53 

List of passengers aboard the John and Sarah of London November 1651 - May 
1652. 

Also printed alphabetically arranged in 53A Charles Edward Banks, "Scotch Pris- 
oners Deported to New England by Cromwell, 1651-52," Massachusetts Historical 
Society Proceedings lxi ( 1928 ) 4-29, together with the names of a number of pris- 
oners who eventually settled at Lynn and Kittery ( now Berwick ) . 

1656 

"A Lyst of the Pasingers Abord the Speedwell of London, Robert Lock 
Master, Bound for New England," The New England Historical and Gen- 
ealogical Register i ( 1847 ) 132 54 

List of 41 persons who landed at Boston May 27 1656. 

Printed also in no 44, p 77, and in 54A John Cox, Jr, "Notes on the Eight Names 
Marked as Quakers in the Speedwell List, 1656," The New York Genealogical and Bio- 
graphical Record lxv ( 1934 ) 45-47, where a photostat illustration of the original ms 
in the Pierpont Morgan Library appears. 

1657-1686 

Gordon Ireland, "Servants to Foreign Plantations from Bristol, England, 
to New England, 1657-1686," The New England Historical and Genealog- 
ical Register xcm (1939) 381-388 55 

An extract from no 11 of servants destined for New England during the period 
covered. 

Names arranged chronologically, with name of person to whom bound, date of entry, 
and reference to location in "Servants to Foreign Plantations," the ms source volume. 

Main list followed by table of bond-masters and table of ships. 

1660-1684 

J. Henry Lea, "Genealogical Gleanings among the English Archives," The 
New England Historical and Genealogical Register lv ( 1901 ) 331-339 56 

References to New England families in Bristol apprentice books now preserved at 
the Council House in Bristol. Entries cover the period 1660-1684. 

1662-1763 

"Passengers to America," The New England Historical and Genealogical 
Register xxx (1876) 39-43, 459-461; xxxi (1877) 309-312; xxxn (1878) 
407-411; xxxm (1879) 307-310; xxxvn (1883) 162-163 57 



BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 23 

A miscellaneous collection of ship arrivals, passenger lists, passenger arrivals culled 
from court records, etc, gathered together mostly from mss belonging to the "New- 
England Historic, Genealogical Society." 

In 12 numbers or sections: no 2 contributed by Arthur M. Alger, Boston; nos 4, 9-11 
contributed by Henry F. Waters, Boston; no 5 contributed by John S. H. Fogg, South 
Boston. 

Later parts titled "Passengers and Vessels That Have Arrived in America." 

1670 

Henry F. Waters, "Passengers to New-England in 1670," The New England 
Historical and Genealogical Register xxvni ( 1874 ) 447 58 

From the court files of Essex County, Massachusetts. 

A receipt for the passage of several persons in the Happy Return from Plymouth, 
England, to Boston, 1670. 

1671 

"Passengers for New England," The New England Historical and Genea- 
logical Register u ( 1848 ) 407 59 

A list of the passengers on board the Arabella bound for New England May 27 1671. 

1679 

Henry F. Waters, "More Passengers to New-England, 1679," The New 
England Historical and Genealogical Register xxvin (1874) 375-378 60 

Extracted from Essex County Court papers and a book of notorial records in the 
Clerk's Office, County of Essex, Massachusetts. 

Passengers of the Hannah and Elizabeth and the Nathaniel of Dartmouth. 

List of the Hannah and Elizabeth also printed in 60A "Passengers for New Eng- 
land," The Essex Antiquarian rv ( 1900) 137. 

1685 

Colin Campbell, "Deportations from Scotland in 1685," The New England 
Historical and Genealogical Register cxiv (1960) 150-151 61 

From a document in the Scottish Record Office, H. M. Register House, Edinburgh. 

A petition by a Scotch merchant-owner of a ship bound for New England for a 
number of prisoners captured in the unsuccessful rising of the Earl of Argyll in the 
spring of 1685, with the names of 15 prisoners granted to him for transportation over- 
seas. 

1687 

"Passengers for New England," The Essex Antiquarian xi ( 1907 ) 65 62 

From Essex Registry of Deeds. 

Copy of document signed by four emigrants before leaving London. 

No ship mentioned. 



24 SHIP PASSENGER LISTS 

Massachusetts, continued 

1700-1775 

Ethel Stanwood Bolton, Immigrants to Neiv England, 1700-1775 (Salem, 
Mass, The Essex Institute 1931) 235 p 63 

Not original lists, but an alphabetical list of persons coming to New England during 
the period covered with reference to where found. 

Contains an index of all names mentioned in the volume. 

Reprinted from 63 A The Essex Institute Historical Collections lxiii ( 1927 ) 177- 
192, 269-284, 365-380; lxiv (1928) 25-32, 257-272; lxv (1929) 57-72, 113-128, 
531-546; lxvi (1930) 411-426, 521-536; lxvii (1931) 89-112, 201-224, 305-328. 

1714-1769 

Boston. Registry Department, A Volume of Records Relating to the Early 

History of Boston Containing Miscellaneous Papers (Boston, Municipal 

Printing Office 1900 ) 389 p 64 

From a volume of records in the City Clerk's Office, Boston. 

Document No 100-1900. Twenty-ninth in a series of reports issued under the direc- 
tion of the Record Commissioners, Boston. 

Port arrivals and immigrant lists appear on p 229-332. 
Contains an index to all surnames in the volume. 
See notes for nos 36 and 65. 

1716-1766 

"Various Sailings from Scotland to Boston between 1716 and 1766," The 

Scottish Genealogist vn (1960) 14-15 65 

"From The Commissioners' Reports, Boston Records, vol. 29, doc. 100 in the Mass. 
Hist. Association, Boston, Mass., U. S.A." Contains short lists for 8 voyages. 
Extracts from no 64. 

1716-1769 

Michael J. O'Brien, "Irish Immigrants to New England: Extracts from the 
Minutes of the Selectmen of the Town of Boston, Mass.," The Journal of 
the American Irish Historical Society xiu ( 1914 ) 177-187 66 

Irish immigrants between 1716 and 1769, but mostly between 1762 and 1769. 

1798-1800 

Mrs Georgie A. Hill, "Passenger Arrivals at Salem and Beverly, Mass., 
1798-1800; With an Introduction by Meredith B. Colket, Jr., of Washing- 
ton, D. C," The New England Historical and Genealogical Register cvi 
(1952) 203-209 67 

Copied from customs records in the National Archives, Washington. 
Arranged chronologically. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 25 

RHODE ISLAND 
1636 

John Farmer, "First Settlers of Rhode Island," New England Historical 
and Genealogical Register i (1847) 91 68 

Contains 93 names; no ship mentioned. 

1686 

Elisha R. Potter, Memoir Concerning the French Settlements and French 
Settlers in the Colony of Rhode Island (Providence, Sidney S. Rider 1879) 
138 p 69 

Number 5 of Rhode Island Historical Tracts. 

Contains the names, with genealogical notes and other data, of a band of French 
emigrants who in 1686 made an agreement for the settlement of a plantation in Narra- 
gansett County. 

No ship mentioned. 

1701-1766 

Sidney S. Rider, The History of Denization and Naturalization in the Col- 
ony of Rhode Island, 1636-1790 (n p, 1905?) 14 p 70 

A general account of the Rhode Island law of naturalization before the adoption by 
Rhode Island of the Constitution of the United States in 1790. 

Contains the names of approximately a dozen foreigners naturalized between 1701- 
1766, as shown by court records and statutes of the General Assembly. 

No ship mentioned. 




BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 



27 



CONNECTICUT 

1637-1638 

[Passengers on the Hector, 1637-1638] (In Isabel MacBeath Calder The 
New Haven Colony, New Haven, Yale University Press 1934, p 29-31) 

71 

Includes the names of a number of passengers accompanying John Davenport and 
Theophilus Eaton to Connecticut (via Boston), 1637-1638. 



1811 



See no 27. 




BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 29 

NEW YORK 

1600-1700 

Joel N. Eno, "New York 'Knickerbocker' Families; Origin and Settlement," 
The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record xlv ( 1914) 387-391 

72 

A list of Dutch immigrants to New York during the seventeenth century, giving 
place of origin in Holland and settlement in North America. 
No ship mentioned. 

1610-1664 

"Deutsche Einzeleinwanderer und Familien in Neu-Niederland," Jahr- 
buch fur Auslanddeutsche Sippenkunde i ( 1936 ) 45-53 73 

Appended to an article on p 44—45 by Otto Lohr entitled "Amerikadeutsche Familien 
des 17. Jahrhunderts." 

Gives names of German individuals and families in New York during the period 
covered, with place of origin frequently indicated. 

No ship mentioned. 

1620-1664 

Richard Schermerhorn, Jr, "Representative Pioneer Settlers of New Neth- 

erland and Their Original Home Places," The New York Genealogical and 

Biographical Record lxv ( 1934 ) 2-12 74 

An alphabetical list of New Netherland settlers, 1620-1664, with their original 
places of residence in Holland, Belgium and Germany. 
Contains a table of localities from which they came. 
No ship mentioned. 

1630-1646 

"Name of Settlers in Rensselaerswyck from 1630 to 1646; Compiled from 
the Books of Monthly Wages and Other MSS." (In Edmund Bailey O'Cal- 
laghan History of New Netherland; or, New York under the Dutch, New 
York, D. Appleton & Co 1846, i 433-441 ) 75 

Settlers listed chronologically, with brief sketches of their immigration and later 
lives given when known. 

Also printed in 75A "Settlers in Rensselaerswyck from 1630 to 1646, Compiled 
from the Books of Monthly Wages and Other mss," Year Book of The Holland Society 
of New York ( 1896) 130-140. 

See note for no 76. 

1630-1658 

"Settlers of Rensselaerswyck, 1630-1658" (In Arnold Johan Ferdinand 
Van Laer Van Rensselaer Bowier Manuscripts, Being the Letters of Kiliaen 
Van Rensselaer, 1630-1643, and Other Documents Relating to the Colony 
of Rensselaerswyck, Albany, University of the State of New York 1908, 
p 805-846) 76 



30 SHIP PASSENGER LISTS 

New York, 1630-1658, continued 

New York State Library Bulletin, History, Number 7. 

A record of the arrival of settlers in the colony from the date of its founding to the 
end of the administration of Jan Baptist Van Rensselaer. 

Much more comprehensive and covering a longer period than item no 75, giving 
places of origin, occupations, and the names of the ships in which most of the settlers 
arrived. 

See note for no 80. 

1630-1674 

John O. Evjen, Scandinavian Immigrants in New York, 1630-1674. With 
Appendices on Scandinavians in Mexico and South America, 1532-1640, 
Scandinavians in Canada, 1619-1620, Some Scandinavians in New York in 
the Eighteenth Century, German Immigrants in New York, 1630-1674 
(Minneapolis, K. C. Holter Pub Co 1916) 438 p 77 

A collection of biographic articles on Norwegian, Danish, and Swedish immigrants 
who settled in New York during the period covered. 

1633-1644 

"Secretary van Tienhoven's Answer to the Remonstrance from New Nether- 
land" (In Edmund Bailey O'Callaghan Documents Relative to the Colo- 
nial History of the State of New York, Albany, Weed, Parsons & Co 1856, 
1422-432) 78 

From the ms in the Royal Archives at the Hague. 

The defence by Cornelius van Tienhoven of the existing system of government in 
New Netherland, 1650. Contains the names of 11 colonists who signed the Remon- 
strance and gives a brief account of their activities in the colony, including the dates of 
their arrival and the ships in which they came. 

Also printed in 78A "Van Tienhoven's Answer to the Vertoogh," Collections of 
the New-York Historical Society 2d ser n ( 1849 ) 329-338; and in 78B "Answer to 
the Representation of New Netherland, by Cornelius von Tienhoven, 1650," in J. Frank- 
lin Jameson, ed, Narratives of New Netherland, 1609-1664, New York, Charles Scrib- 
ner's Sons 1909, p 359-377. 

1636-1642 

"Lijst van Eenige Koloniers door Kiliaen Van Rensselaer in de Jaren 1636- 
1642 uit het Vaderland naar Zijne Kolonie Gezonden," Oud-Holland vin 
(1890)296 79 

Contains the names of 29 colonists accompanying Kiliaen Van Rensselaer, 1636- 
1642, with their places of origin and occupations given. 
No ship mentioned. 

1637 

Arnold Johan Ferdinand Van Laer, "Settlers of the Colony of Rensselaers- 
wyck," The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record xlix ( 1918) 
365-367 80 



BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 31 

From a Rensselaerswyck ms now in the New York State Library, Albany. 

A list of emigrants indebted to the owners of the ship Rensselaerswyck for board 
beginning 1 Oct 1636 and ending 1637 on the date when each person landed in New 
Netherland. Contains 33 names of men, women and children and gives the exact date 
when each person left the ship. 

Also printed in no 76. 

1639 

"Form of Oath Taken by the Englishmen on and about Manhattan Island 
with Their Signatures" (In Berthold Fernow Documents Relating to the 
History of the Early Colonial Settlements Principally on Long Island, with 
a Map of Its Western Part, Made in 1666, Albany, Weed, Parsons & Co 
1883, p 24-25) 81 

Old series vol xiv ( new series vol in ) of Documents Relating to the Colonial History 
of the State of New York. 

The names of 8 Englishmen who subscribed to an oath of allegiance to the Dutch 
government and to the colony of New Netherland, Aug 1639. 

1639-1663 

William J. Hoffman, "Random Notes Concerning Settlers of Dutch De- 
scent," The American Genealogist xxix ( 1953 ) 65-76, 146-152; xxx ( 1954 ) 
38-44 82 

Biographical and genealogical notes on servants and employees hired in New Neth- 
erland during the period covered. 

xxx 38-44 contains a tabular resume of the persons noticed, giving the year each 
was engaged for employment, his age at the time, his place of origin, the purpose of 
his employment (occupation), and his employer. All such persons listed were of foreign 
origin. 

1654-1664 

"List of Passengers, 1654 to 1664," Year Book of The Holland Society of 
New York (1902) 5-37 83 

A more complete, accurate, and time-inclusive list than no 86, giving Dutch and 
English form of ship's name and origin of immigrant. 

Contains indices of passengers and places of origin. 

From New York Colonial mss xm 75, 88, 106 xiv, 83-123. 

Additional information from James Riker's copy of same original source (in Manu- 
script Division, The New York Public Library) to be published by Rosalie Fellows 
Bailey in The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record for October 1963. 

Van Brunt Bergen, "A List of Early Immigrants to New Netherland; Alpha- 
betically Arranged, with Additions and Corrections, from Manuscripts of 
the Late Teunis G. Bergen," The New York Genealogical and Biographical 
Record xiv (1883) 181-190; xv (1884) 34-40, 72-77 84 

An alphabetical arrangement of the combined lists of nos 75, 86, and 88. 
Coded to designate the ship in which each immigrant arrived. 



32 SHIP PASSENGER LISTS 

New York, continued 

1655 

"Letter from the Burgomasters of Amsterdam to Stuyvesant: Boys and 
Girls from the Almhouses Sent to New Netherland" ( In Berthold Fernow 
Documents Relating to the History of the Early Colonial Settlements Prin- 
cipally on Long Island, with a Map of Its Western Part, Made in 1666, 
Albany, Weed, Parsons & Co 1883, p 325-326) 85 

Old series vol xiv ( new series vol in ) of Documents Relating to the Colonial History 
of the State of New York. 

Contains the names and ages of 17 children sent from the almshouses of Amsterdam 
to New Amsterdam, 1655. 

No ship mentioned. 

1657-1664 

"Early Immigrants to New Netherland; 1657-1667" (In Edmund Bailey 
O'Callaghan The Documentary History of the State of New-York, Albany, 
Secretary of State 1850, m 33-42) 86 

Ship lists arranged chronologically, with immigrants names only. 
Also printed in 86 A "Passenger Lists 1657 to 1664," Year Book of The Holland 
Society of New York ( 1896) 141-158. 
See note for no 83. 

1678 

Kenneth E. Hasbrouck, "The Huguenots of New Paltz, N. Y.," De Halve 
Maen xxxvi (Jan 1962) 7-8, 12, 15 87 

Contains the names of the 12 Huguenot patentees who founded the Ulster County 
community of New Paltz in 1678, and gives the dates and places of their births and 
dates of their removal from the Palatinate. 

Also printed with genealogical notes in 87 A Ralph LeFevre, History of New Paltz, 
New York, and Its Old Families (from 1678 to 1820), Albany, Fort Orange Press 1903, 
2d ed 1909, p 13, 16 (facsimile of their signatures), 505-530. 

See also no 199. 

1683-1684 
See no 12. 

1687 

"The Roll off Those Who Haue Taken the Oath off Allegiance in the Kings 
County in the Province of New Yorke the 26: 27: 28: 29: and 30 th Day off 
September In the Third Yeare of His May tsh Raigne Annoq" e Domine 
1687" (In Edmund Bailey O'Callaghan The Documentary History of the 
State of New-York, Albany, Secretary of State 1850, i 429-432) 88 

From a ms in the office of the Secretary of State. 
Contains name and age only. 

Also printed in 88A Year Book of the Holland Society of Neio York ( 1896) 159- 
166. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 33 

1687-1776 

Morgan H. Seacord, Biographical Sketches and Index of the Huguenot 
Settlers of New Rochelle, 1687-1776 (New Rochelle, N Y, The Huguenot 
and Historical Association of New Rochelle 1941 ) 54 p 89 

An alphabetical list of Huguenot emigrants who settled in New Rochelle before the 
Revolution. Entries include time and place of birth, ancestry, time of arrival and mar- 
riage and death of each settler. 

No ship mentioned. 

1708 

"The Kocherthal Party — the 1708 Immigration to New York" (In Walter 
Allen Knittle Early Eighteenth Century Palatine Emigration, Philadelphia, 
Dorrance & Co 1937, p 243-244) 90 

Fifty-three Palatines coming to Newburgh, N Y, under the leadership of Reverend 
Kocherthal. 

Also printed in 90 A 'London Documents: The Names, Trades, Etc., of the Ger- 
man Protestants to be Settled in New York," in Lou D. MacWethy, The Book of Names. 
St Johnsville, N Y, The Enterprise and News 1933, p 51-52; in 90B "Names and 
Occupations of Newburgh Palatines," Olde Ulster; an Historical and Genealogical Mag- 
azine ix ( 1913) 102-103; and in 90C "The Names, Trades, &c, of the German Prot- 
estants to be Settled at New-York," in Edmund Bailey O'Callaghan, Documents 
Relative to the Colonial History of New-York, Albany, Weed, Parsons & Co 1855, v 
52-53. Also printed in no 144. 

1709 

"Lists of Germans from the Palatinate Who Came to England in 1709," 
The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record xl (1909) 49-54, 
93-100, 160-167, 241-248; xli (1910) 10-19 91 

Four Board of Trade lists of the first 6520 Palatines to arrive that year, compiled in 
England by John Tribbeko and George Ruperti, the German ministers. Many of these 
came shortly thereafter to America. 

Names grouped under occupations, with age of head of household, the notation 
"wife" or "sing," the ages of sons and daughters, and church affiliation. 

The first of these lists is printed in 91 A "The Board of Trade List of the First Party 
of Palatines in London, May 3, 1709," in Walter Allen Knittle, Early Eighteenth Cen- 
tury Palatine Emigration (Philadelphia, Dorrance & Co 1937) p 244-247, and the 
entire lists appear in no 92 in alphabetical order but in a somewhat abridged form. 

See note for no 93. 

"List of Palatines in 1709" (In Lou D. MacWethy The Book of Names, St 

Johnsville, N Y, The Enterprise and News 1933, p 75-111) 92 

Contains the four London lists of Palatines from Germany, May 1 - June 11 1709 
(see nos 91 and 93), each arranged in separate alphabetical order. Gives name only. 

"The Embarkation Lists from Holland" (In Walter Allen Knittle Early 
Eighteenth Century Palatine Emigration, Philadelphia, Dorrance & Co 
1937, p 248-274) 93 



34 SHIP PASSENGER LISTS 

New York, 1709, continued 

Lists of five separate sailings of some 11,000 persons from Holland to England com- 
piled in Rotterdam and forwarded to England. Many of these Palatines came shortly 
thereafter to America. 

Supplementary to nos 91 and 92. 

Ulrich Simmendinger, True and Authentic Register of Persons Still Living, 
by God's Grace, Who in the Year 1709, under the Wonderful Providences 
of the Lord Journetjed from Germany to America or New World and 
There Seek Their Piece of Bread at Various Places. Reported with Joy to 
All Admirers, Especially to Their Families and Close Friends by Ulrich 
Simmendinger, a North American, Seven Years in the Providence of New 
York but Now Returned to his Native City, Reutlingen. Printed there by 
John G. Feusing. Translated from the German by Herman F. Vesper ( St 
Johnsville, N Y, The Enterprise and News 1934) 20 p 94 

Published originally as Warhoffte und Glaubwurdige Verzeichnis Jeniger Personen; 
Welche Sich Anno 1709 aus Teutschland in Americam oder Neue Welt Begehen . . . 
( Reutlingen ca 1717). 

Also printed in 94A "The Simmendinger Register," in Walter Allen Knitde, Early 
Eighteenth Century Palatine Emigration, Philadelphia, Dorrance & Co 1937, p 291- 
299. 

Reissued in facsimile by the Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore, 1962. 

1710 

"List of the Palatins Remaining at New York, 1710" (In Edmund Bailey 
O'Callaghan The Documentary History of the State of New-York, Albany, 
Secretary of State 1850, in 339-341) 95 

A census of newly-arrived immigrants remaining in New York. 

Gives name and age of head of household and names and ages of his wife and 
children. 

Also printed in 95A "List of the Palatines Remaining at New York, 1710," in Lou 
D. MacWethy, The Book of Names, St Johnsville, N Y, The Enterprise and News 1933, 
p 120-123. Also printed in no 144. 

"Statement of Heads of Palaten Famileys and Number of Persons in Both 
Towns on ye West Side of Hudsons River. Winter, 1710" (In Edmund 
Bailey O'Callaghan The Documentary History of the State of New York, 
Albany, Secretary of State 1850, in 343) 96 

A census of newly-arrived Palatines living in the "west camp," 1710. 

Gives name of head of household and number of dependents. 

Also printed in 96 A "West Camp; Statement of Heads of Palaten Famileys and 
Number of Persons in Both Towns of ye West Side Hudsons River. Winter, 1710," in 
Lou D. MacWethy, The Book of Names, St Johnsville, N Y, The Enterprise and News 
1933, p 123-124. 

1710-1712 

"The New York Subsistence List" (In Walter Allen Knittle Early Eight- 
eenth Century Palatine Emigration, Philadelphia, Dorrance & Co 1937, 
p 282-291) 97 



BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 35 

Alphabetical list of 847 debtors to the British government for subsistence given 
either in New York City or Hudson River settlements from their landing in 1710 to 
Sept 1712. 

From a ms "journal" in the Public Record Office, London. 

Also printed in 97 A "Palatine Heads of Families from Governor Hunter's Ration 
Lists, June, 1710 to September, 1714," in Lou D. MacWethy, The Book of Names, St 
Johnsville, N Y, The Enterprise and News, 1933, p 65-72. 

1710-1714 

"Names of the Palatine Children Apprenticed by Gov. Hunter 1710-1714" 
( In Edmund Bailey O'Callaghan The Documentary History of the State 
of New-York, New York, Secretary of State 1850, in 341-342) 98 

Names of orphan and destitute Palatine children apprenticed for training and care, 
1710-1714. 

Gives name of child, his age, parents, the person to whom he was bound, and that 
person's locality. 

Also printed in 98A "Names of the Palatine Children Apprenticed by Gov. Hunter, 
1710-1714," in Lou D. MacWethy, The Book of Names, St Johnsville, N Y, The Enter- 
prise and News 1933, p 128-129. Also printed in no 144. 

1715-1716 

"The Oath of Abjuration, 1715-1716," The New-York Historical Society 
Quarterly Bulletin hi (1919) 35-40 98-1 

From the original preserved among the archives of The New- York Historical Society. 

A chronological record kept by Mayor's Court of the City of New York of the names 
of 125 foreigners who were naturalized under an act passed by the General Assembly 
in July 1715. Gives name only. 

1715-1773 

Lyle Frederick Bellinger, "Our Early Citizens: Names of Those Taking 

the Oath of Allegiance from 1715 to 1773" (In Lou D. MacWethy The Book 

of Names, St Johnsville, N Y, The Enterprise and News 1933, p 1-7) 99 

Lists of Palatine naturalizations, compiled from Colonial Laws of New York, from 
Munsell's Annals of Albany, etc. 

1736-1742 

Edmund Bailey O'Callaghan, "Early Highland Immigration to New York," 
The Historical Magazine and Notes and Queries Concerning the Antiqui- 
ties, History and Biography of America 1 ser, v ( 1861 ) 301-304 100 

A list of the Scotch Highlanders led by Captain Lauchlin Campbell in 1736, and of 
other later parties. 
No ship mentioned. 
See note for no 101. 

1738-1742 

"The Argyle Patent and Accompanying Documents" (In Jennie M. Patten 
History of the Somonauk Presbyterian Church near Sandwich, DeKalb 



36 SHIP PASSENGER LISTS 

New York, 1738-1742, continued 

County, Illinois, with Ancestral Lines of the Early Members, Chicago, 
Privately Printed for James A. Patten and Henry J. Patten 1928, p 297- 
346) 101 

Includes 4 lists of immigrants, as follows: "A List of ffamilies from the Island of 
North Britane" who unsuccessfully petitioned for a grant of land in Albany County 
in Oct 1738, p 298-299; "A List of the Persons Brought from Scotland by Captain 
Lauchlin Campbell to settle the Kings Lands at the Wood Creek from 1738 to 1740," 
p 326-329; "List of Persons brought from Scotland by Capt. Laughlin Campbell in 
1738-40," p 329-335; and "A further Account Delivered by Alexander McNaught[on] 
and Duncan Reid of Persons who did Emigrate with Captain Campbell in 1738, 1739, 
and 1740 ... ,"p 336-338. 

Also printed in part in no 100. 

No ship mentioned. 



See no 17-1. 



1738-1750 



1740-1769 



Richard J. Wolfe, "The Colonial Naturalization Act of 1740; With a List 
of Persons Naturalized in New York Colony, 1740-1769," The New York 
Genealogical and Biographical Record xcrv (1963) 132-147 102 

From a ms in The New York Public Library. 

Contains the names of approximately 300 persons naturalized in New York Colony 
during the period covered. 

A more complete and comprehensive record of New York Naturalizations than that 
contained in no 19, where an imperfect copy of the present list was used as a source. 

The names of Jews in the present list were previously extracted and published in 
Leon Huhner, "Naturalization of Jews in New York under the Act of 1740," Publica- 
tions of the American Jewish Historical Society xm ( 1905) 1-6. 

1774 

"Journal of Colonel Alexander Harvey of Scotland and Barnet, Vermont," 
Proceedings of the Vermont Historical Society (1921-1923) 199-262 

102-1 

P 204 contains the names of the seamen and a company of farmers with Colonel 
Alexander Harvey on a journey from Scotland to New York on the Brigantine Matty, 
Captain Thomas Chochran, Master, May 19 - July 22 1774. The company later settled 
in Barnet, Vermont. 

Also printed in 102-1A Frederic Palmer Wells, History of Barnet, Vermont, from 
the Outbreak of the French and Indian War to Present Time ( Burlington, Free Press 
Printing Co 1923) p 23. 

1774-1775 

Wallace R. Freeman, "Scotch Emigrants to New York 1774-1775," The 
Niagara Frontier Genealogical Magazine iv (1944) 89-90, 124-125, 136- 
137, 145 103 



BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 37 

Lists of Scotch emigrants who shipped from Stanaer on May 16 1774 in the Gale and 
on July 9 1775 in the Commerce. 
Extracted from no 21. 

1789-1855 

"Aliens Authorized to Purchase and Hold Real Estate in this State" (In 
Henry H. Havens General Index to the Laws of the State of New York, 
Albany, Weed, Parsons & Co 1866, i [1777-1857 inclusive] 31-73) 104 

A list of alien residents of New York State granted statutory right to buy and hold 
real estate as any natural born citizen could do. Covers the period 1789-1855, but most 
such statutes were enacted within the years 1789-1828. 

Gives name and reference to statute only. 

1802-1814 

Richard J. Wolfe, "Early New York Naturalization Records in the Emmet 

Collection; with a List of Aliens Naturalized in New York 1802-1814," 

Bulletin of The New York Public Library lxvh (1963) 211-217 105 

Contains the names of 115 aliens, mostly Irish, naturalized in New York during the 
period covered. Gives name, place of birth, age, allegience, country from which the 
alien emigrated, place of intended settlement, and date. 

1803-1806 
See no 25. 

1811 
See no 27. 

1815-1816 
See no 28. 

1820 

[Passenger manifest of the ship Manhattan, 1820] Printed below, p 38-39. 

106 

Contains the names of 18 passengers who landed at New York on Aug 18 1820. 
From a ms in The New York Public Library. 

1825 

Rasmus R. Anderson, ' 'Restaurationen' — the Norse Mayflower," The 
American Scandinavian Review xm ( 1925 ) 348-360 107 

Names and biographies of 53 passengers who sailed from Stavanger for New York 
July 5 1825. Made up from memories of surviving members. 

Also printed in 107A Rasmus B. Anderson, The First Chapter of Norwegian 
Immigration, (1821-1840) Its Causes and Results (Madison, Wis 1896) p 91-93; and 
in 107B Theodore Blegen, Norwegian Migration to America, 1825-1860 (North- 
field, Minn 1931 ) 1 395-396. 



38 



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BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 41 

NEW JERSEY 

1664 

Berthold Fernow, "West Jersey Settlers," The New York Genealogical and 
Biographical Record xxx (1899) 114-118, 175-176 JOS 

A list of people who, remaining in England, bought land there from the West Jersey 
Society, John Fenwick, or William Penn, or who came over and settled on the land 
bought by themselves or their families in England or acquired as immigrants under the 
law of the day. 

Names listed alphabetically, with city or county of origin, and with occupation. 

No ship mentioned. 

1664-1703 

William Nelson, ed, Calendar of Records in the Office of the Secretary of 
State, 1664-1703 (Patterson, N J, The Printing Press and Publishing Co 
1899) 770 p 109 

First series vol xxi of the Archives of the State of New Jersey; vol xxi of Documents 
Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey. 

Contains a number of lists of persons brought into the Province and of imported 
indentured servants and records of headlands for imported indentured servants and 
others, as well as the passenger lists of the Thomas and Benjamin (1684) and the 
Griffin (1689). 

1675 

[Passengers on the Griffin, 1675] (In Joseph S. Sickler The History of 
Salem County New Jersey, Being the Story of John Fenwick 's Colony, the 
Oldest English Speaking Settlement on the Delaware River, Salem, N J, 
Sunbeam Publishing Co 1937, p 25) 110 

The passenger list of the Griffin (or Griffith) which cast anchor in the Salem River 
on Nov 23 1675, bringing Major John Fenwick and the first permanent English-speak- 
ing settlers in the Delaware Valley. 

A more correct and more complete list than that which appears in no 111. 

Also printed in part in no 109; in no 110A Robert G. Johnson, "Memoir of John 
Fenwicke, Chief Proprietor of Salem Tenth, New Jersey," Proceedings of the New 
Jersey Historical Society rv ( 1849-1850) 60; and in 110B Lewis D. Cook, "Fenwick, 
Adams, Hedge, and Champneys, of Salem, N.J.," The Genealogical Magazine of New 
Jersey xxxv (1960) 108. 

1675-1678 

Samuel Smith, The History of the Colony of N ova-Caesar ia, or New- Jersey: 
Containing an Account of Its First Settlement, Progressive Improvements, 
the Original and Present Consitution, and Other Events, to the Year 1721. 
With Some Particulars Since, and a Short View of Its Present State ( Burl- 
ington, N J, J. Parker 1765) 574 p 111 

Chapters 5 and 6, p 77-111, contain names of passengers on the Griffith, Kent, Will- 
ing Mind, Martha, Shield and other unspecified ships. 



42 SHIP PASSENGER LISTS 

New Jersey, 1675-1678, continued 

2d ed, published by William S. Sharp, Trenton, 1877, is identical in contents and 
pagination. 

Also printed, omitting the Griffith, in 111A William E. Schermerhorn, The His- 
tory of Burlington, New Jersey (Burlington 1927) p 379-380. 

For a list of corrections see Robert G. Johnson, "Memoir of John Fenwicke, Chief 
Proprietor of Salem Tenth, New Jersey," Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical 
Society iv ( 1849-1850) 60. 

See note for no 110. 

1677-1710 

Albert F. Koehler, "The Huguenots or Early French in New Jersey" 

( Bloomfield, N J, The Author 1955) 34 / 112 

Mimeographed. 

A history of the Huguenots who settled in New Jersey before 1710, giving time and 
place of birth, ancestry, time and place of arrival, marriage and death, etc, for each. 
Contains an index of names. 

1683-1684 
See no 12. 

1685 

S. Helen Fields, "Convenanters and the Work of Rev. John Cuthbertson," 
National Genealogical Society Quarterly xxi (1933) 16-18 113 

Concludes on p 17-18 with "Names of Those Who Sailed on the 'Henry and Francis,' 
1685," being a list of Scotch Covenantors who landed at Perth Amboy in Dec 1685. 

Published originally in 113A William Melancthon Glasgow, History of the Re- 
formed Presbyterian Church in America (Baltimore, Hill & Harvey 1888) p 230-231; 
also printed in 113B Charlotte C. Brown and Margaret B. Lindsay, The New Jersey 
Browns (Milwaukee 1931) p 5-6; and in 113C William A. Whitehead, Contri- 
butions to the Early History of Perth Amboy and Adjoining Country, with Sketches of 
Men and Events in New Jersey during the Provincial Era ( New York D. Appleton & 
Co 1856) p 28-29. 

[Lists of Scotch prisoners deported to New Jersey, 1685] (In Robert 
Wodrow The History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland, from 
the Restauration to the Revolution: Collected from the Puhlick Records, 
Original Papers, and Manuscripts of that Time, and Other Well Attested 
Narratives, Edinburgh, James Watson 1722, n 481-487) 114 

Names of Scotch prisoners ordered deported to plantations in East New Jersey. 
Also appears in iv 216-223 of the 1830 ed (Glasgow, Blackie, Fullarton & Co). 

1702-1776 

John R. Stevenson, "Persons Naturalized in New Jersey between 1702 and 
1776," The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record xxvm ( 1897) 
86-89 115 



BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 



43 



Collected from Allinson's Acts of the General Assembly of the Province of New 
Jersey from the Surrender of the Government to Queen Anne on the 17th day of April 
in the Year of Our Lord 1702, io the 14th Day of January 1776 ( Burlington, N J 1776 ) . 

An alphabetical list of aliens naturalized by the Assembly of New Jersey between 
the union of the provinces of East and West Jersey in 1702 and the commencement of 
the Revolutionary War. Contains name and date only, though infrequently country or 
origin is given. 




BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 45 

PENNSYLVANIA 

1671-1700 

"Einwanderer in Pennsylvania vor 1700," Jahrbuch fur Auslanddeutsche 
Sippenkunde i (1936) 53-54 116 

Appended to an article on p 44-53 by Otto Lohr entitled "Amerikadeutsche Famil- 
ien des 17. Jahrhunderts." 

Gives names of German families in Pennsylvania during the period covered, with 
place of origin frequently indicated. 

No ship mentioned. 

1677-1685 

"A Registry of All the People in the County of Bucks within the Province 
of Pennsylvania That Have Come to Settle the Said County" (In J. H. 
Battle History of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, A. Warner & 
Co 1887, p 672-680) 117 

A transcription of the "Book of Arrivals" in the Register's Office, Dolyestown, Pa. 

Gives name of head of household and that of his wife, the ship on which they arrived 
and the date of arrival, the names of their children and servants, the time of service, 
and wages and land allotted to them. 

Also printed in 117 A "A Partial List of the Families Who Resided in Bucks 
County, Pennsylvania, Prior to 1687, with the Date of Their Arrival," The Pennsyl- 
vania Magazine of History and Biography rx ( 1885) 223-233. 

1682 

"The Sailing of the Ship 'Submission' in the Year 1682, with a True Copy 
of the Vessel's Log," Publications of the Genealogical Society of Pennsyl- 
vania i (1895-1898) 7-13 118 

Contains the names and ages of 49 passengers who sailed from Liverpool July 5 1682 
and arrived at Choptank, Maryland, Sept 2. 

"List of the Pilgrims of the 'Welcome'," Memoirs of the Historical Society 
of Pennsylvania i (1864) 467-471 119 

Republished with additions from 119A Edward Armstrong, An Address, Delivered 
at Chester before the Historical Society of Pennsylvania on the 8th of November, 1851 
(Philadelphia, J. Penington 1852) p 22-25; also printed in 119B E. B. Cogwill, "The 
Passengers on the 'Welcome'," Transactions of the Kansas State Historical Society vi 
(1900) 56-59. 

The list is not included in the 1826 ed of the Memoirs. Material gathered from many 
sources; the list contains 99 of the estimated 100 passengers who accompanied William 
Penn. 

Marion Balderston, "The Real Welcome Passengers," The Huntington Li- 
brary Quarterly xxvi ( 1962 ) 31-56 120 

A critical examination of the passenger list of the Welcome given in no 119, proving 
only 43 of the 99 passengers listed there as having arrived for certain on the ship and 
giving the names of 17 probable passengers. 



46 SHIP PASSENGER LISTS 

Pennsylvania, 1682, continued 

George E. McCracken, "Welcome Notes," The American Genealogist 
xxxvhi (1962) 152-163; xxxix (1963) 4-7, 164-169 121 

New information concerning some of the passengers on the Welcome. Scrutinizes a 
dozen hypothetical lists of passengers on the Welcome, no two of them alike. 
To be continued. 

1682-1683 

[Passengers on the Friends' Adventure, 1682, and the Endeavor, 1683] (In 
J. H. Battle History of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, A. 
Warner & Co 1887, p 440-441) 122 

Contains the names of several passengers arriving on the Friends' Adventure, July 
1682, and on the Endeavor, July 1683. 

1682-1684 

Charles H. Browning, Welsh Settlement of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, 
William J. Campbell 1912) 631 p 123 

A history of the settlement of "Welsh tract" lands granted by William Penn, 1681, 
containing the names of a great many early emigrants and the ships on which some of 
them arrived. 

1682-1687 

"A Partial List of the Families Who Arrived at Philadelphia between 1682 
and 1687. With the Dates of Their Arrival," The Pennsylvania Magazine 
of History and Biography vm ( 1884 ) 328-340 124 

From the original in the possession of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. 

A list of persons, mostly servants, arriving at Philadelphia during the period covered. 
Name of ship in which they arrived often indicated. 

Also printed in 124A J. Smith Futhey and Gilbert Cope, History of Chester 
County, Pennsylvania, with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches (Philadelphia, 
Louis H. Everts 1881 ) p 22-24. 

1682-1750 

Albert Cook Myers, Quaker Arrivals at Philadelphia, 1682-1750; Being a 
List of Certificates of Removal Received at Philadelphia Monthly Meeting 
of Friends (Philadelphia, Ferris & Leach 1902) 131 p 125 

"Second edition"; published originally by Ferris & Leach, Philadelphia, 1902. 2d ed 
reissued in facsimile by the Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore, 1957. 

A chronological listing of Quaker immigrants registered upon their arrival in Phila- 
delphia according to their certificates of removal from their respective meetings of 
Friends to which they belonged in other countries. 

Contains an index of surnames. 

No ship mentioned. 

"List of Certificates of Removal from Ireland Received at the Monthly 
Meetings of Friends in Pennsylvania, 1682-1750; with Genealogical Notes 



BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 47 

from Friends' Records of Ireland and Pennsylvania, Genealogies, County 

Histories, and Other Books and Manuscripts" (In Albert Cook Myers 

Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania, 1682-1750, Swarth- 

more, The Author 1902, p 277-390) 126 

Nature of contents and arrangement as in no 125. 

Names on these certificates contained within the index to the volume. 

No ship mentioned. 

1683-1684 
See no 12. 

1683-1709 

William I. Hull, William Venn and the Dutch Quaker Migration to Penn- 
sylvania (Swarthmore, Pa, Swarthmore College 1935) 445 p 127 

Swarthmore College Monographs on Quaker History Number Two. 

Contains a list of "The Dutch Pioneers of Germantown," 1683, p 395-398, and 
"Dutch and German Settlers in Germantown, 1683-1709," p 399-421. 

Gives a complete list of early Dutch and German settlers in Germantown with place 
of origin designated. Both Dutch and German forms of the name are provided. 

No ship mentioned. 

Supplementary to no 125. 

1683-1777 

"General List of Huguenot Immigrants to Pennsylvania" (In Ammon 
Stapleton Memorials of the Huguenots in America, with Special Reference 
to Their Emigration to Pennsylvania, Carlisle, Pa, Huguenot Publishing 
Co 1901, p 147-157) 128 

An alphabetical list of immigrants to Pennsylvania during the Provincial period who 
are believed to have been of Huguenot origin. In large part these names are extracts 
from the more complete lists in nos 144 and 145. 

No ship mentioned. 

1684-1685 
See no 199. 

1691-1692 

"Naturalizations, Germantown, Pa. 3/7/1691/92; Copia Naturalisationis 
of Francis Daniel Pastorius and of 61 Persons More of German Town from 
Willam Penn, Esq.," National Genealogical Society Quarterly xxvm ( 1940) 
7-8 129 

From a record of the Rolls Office, Philadelphia, now in the Juniata College Library, 
Huntington, Pa. 

A proclamation of William Penn declaring Francis Daniel Pastorius and 61 other 
foreigners freemen of the Province of Pennsylvania. Two additional names have been 
added by a later owner of the document. 



48 SHIP PASSENGER LISTS 

Pennsylvania, continued 

1697-1698 

W. F. Corbit, "Welsh Emigration to Pennsylvania. An Old Charter Party," 
The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography i (1877) 330-332 

130 

Articles of freightment, made Mar 7 1697/8 between Owen Thomas, owner of the 
ship William Galley, and David Powell, John Morris, and 17 others, for passage to 
Pennsylvania. 

1697-1707 
See no 14. 

1697-1815 
See no 15. 

1706-1795 

Albert Bernhardt Faust, Lists of Swiss Emigrants in the Eighteenth Cen- 
tury to the American Colonies ( Washington, D C, The National Genealog- 
ical Society 1920-1925) 2 v 131 

Vol i contains lists of Swiss emigrants from the Canton of Zurich to Carolina and 
Pennsylvania, 1734-1744, arranged chronologically by districts and villages; vol n 
contains lists of such emigrants from the Cantons of Bern and Basil, 1709-1795. 
Names of emigrants from Bern listed alphabetically; those from Basil are arranged 
chronologically, then by districts and villages. 

Vol n compiled by Albert Bernhardt Faust and Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh. 

Each volume has an index to surnames. 

Supplementary to no 146. 

1 709 
See no 16. 

1709-1768 

Friedrich Krebs, Emigrants from the Palatinate to the American Colonies 
in the 18th Century. Edited, with an Introduction, by Milton Rubincam 
( Norristown, Pennsylvania German Society 1953) 32 p 132 

Pennsylvania German Society Special Study Number One. 

From church records of Freckenfeld, Billigheim, Thaleischweiler, Essenheim, Nieder- 
kirchen, Obermoschel, and Moersfeld in the Bayerisches Staatsarchiv at Speyer. 

An alphabetical list of emigrants and families, giving place of origin and arrival, 
ship name, when identified, and date of exit and/or arrival. 

1709-1785 

Adolf Gerber, Beitrage zur Auswanderung nach Amcrika im 18. Jahrhun- 
dert aus Altwurtt ember gischcn Kirchenbiichcrn (Stuttgart, J. F. Steinkopf 
[1928]) 32 p 133 



BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 49 

List of emigrants from the duchy of Wiirttemberg arranged alphabetically under 
the town from which they came. Made up from local church records. 

No ship mentioned in this or the supplementary vol (no 134). However, ship names, 
extracted from nos 145 and 146 and from other sources, have been included in the 
English ed (no 135). 

Neue Beitrage zur Auswanderung nach Amerika im 18. Jahrhundert 



aus Altwurttembergischen Kirchenbuchern unter Hinzuziehung anderer 
Quellen ( Stuttgart, J. F. Steinkopf [1929?] ) 44 p 134 

A supplementary vol compiled from broader source material, including state archives. 
Arrangement as before, but supplement contains an index of surnames which is lacking 
from the original list. 

'Emigrants from Wuerttemberg; the Adolf Gerber Lists. Edited by 



Donald Herbert Yoder, Union Theological Seminary," The Pennsylvania 

German Folklore Society Yearbook x ( 1945) 103-237 135 

An English ed of the original and supplementary Gerber lists combined. 
Names listed alphabetically, with reference to Gerber volume. Where possible, 
ship names supplied from nos 145 and 146 and from other sources. 
See note for no 176. 

1709-1786 

Otto Langguth, "Pennsylvania German Pioneers from the County of 
Wertheim. Translated and Edited by Don Yoder, Ph.D., Muhlenberg Col- 
lege," The Pennsylvania German Folklore Society Yearbook xn (1947) 
147-289 136 

Compiled from ms materials in the Princely Archive of Lowenstein-Wertheim- 
Rosenberg. 

Alphabetical list of 272 emigrants from Wertheim in Franconia, with ship identifica- 
tions supplied from no 146. 

Also printed in 136 A Otto Langguth, "Aus wanderer aus der Grafschaft Wertheim," 
Familiengeschichtliche Blatter xxx ( 1932 ) 53-60, 109-124, 155-164, 205-208, 263- 
270, 299-304, 343-352 and reprinted in the Jahrbuch des Historischen Vereins Alt- 
Wertheim for 1935. 

1709-1798 

Adolf Gerber, Die Nassau-Dillenburger Auswanderung nach Amerika im 
18 Jahrhundert; das Verhalten der Regierungen dazu und die Spat er en 
Shicksale der Auswanderer (Flensburg, Flensburger Nachrichten, 
Deutscher Verlag G. m. b. H. 1930) 51 p 137 

Made up mostly from ms sources in the Staatsarchiv, Wiesbaden. 

Divided into three periods, with emigrants listed in each alphabetically under the 
town from which they came. 

Contains an index of surnames. 

No ship mentioned. 

See no 16. 

1718-1742 

Pennsylvania (Colony). Provincial Council, Minutes of the Provincial 
Council of Pennsylvania, from the Organization to the Termination of the 



50 SHIP PASSENGER LISTS 

Pennsylvania, 1718-1742, continued 

Proprietary Government. Published by the State (Harrisburg, T. Fenn & 
Co, m, 1840, 299-301, 303-305, 307, 346-348, 350-351, 390-392, 409-411, 
414, 436-437, 440-442, 444, 457, 460-461, 483-490, 498-501, 554-559, 564, 
614-616, 642-643, 647; iv, 1851, 58-60, 72-73, 99-100, 331-332) 138 

Volumes iii-iv of the Colonial Records of Pennsylvania. 

Lists of Palatines arriving in Pennsylvania between 1718 and 1742. 

First 3 volumes of the Colonial Records issued by Theophilus Fenn, Harrisburg, 
1838-1840; volumes iv-xvi issued by T. Fenn & Co, Harrisburg, 1851-1853; vol- 
umes i-iii reprinted by J. Severns & Co, Philadelphia, 1852. Paging of reprint vol- 
ume in not identical with that of the 1st ed; consequently, volume in of the reprint 
ed has been designated 138 A for inclusion in the analytical index of ship names. 

Also printed in part in no 144. 

1720-1786 

Fritz Braun and Friedrich Krebs, "Pennsylvania Dutch Pioneers from 
South Palatine Parishes," The Pennsylvania Dutchman vni (Spring 1957) 
39-42 139 

From Lutheran Church Registers of the villages of Freimersheim, Freisbach, Gom- 
mersheim, Minfeld and Weingarten; Reformed Church Registers of Zeiskam and Ober- 
lustadt; the Ausfautheiakten Germersheim; the Electoral Palatine Archives for 
Westheim; the Archives of the Johannite Order in the Palatine State Archives in Speyer; 
and from materials in the Heimatstelle Pfalz in Kaiserslautern. 

Emigrants grouped under villages whence they originated. In many cases ship names 
and arrival dates have been supplied from no 146. 

Published originally in 1S9A Fritz Braun and Friedrich Krebs, "Amerikaauswan- 
derer des 18. Jahrhunderts aus Siidpfalzischen Gemeinden," Mitteilungen zur Wander- 
ungsgeschichte der Pfalzer ( Beilage zu Pfalzische Familien- und Wappenkunde ) folge 
5 (1956) 29-36; folge 6 (1956) 37-44; folge 11-12 (1957) 83-84, and reprinted 
from there in 139B heft 2 of Schriften zur Wanderungsgeschichte der Pfalzer ( Ludwigs- 
hafen am Rhein, Richard Louis Verlag 1956) 20 p. 

1726-1727 

Friedrich Krebs, "Zur Friihauswanderung aus dem Kurpfalzischen Ober- 
amt Heidelberg nach Amerika (1726-27)," Sudwestdeutsche Blatter fur 
Familien- and Wappenkunde x ( 1958) 512 140 

From protocols in the Generallandesarchiv, Karlsruhe. 

A record of the early emigration from Heidelberg to America. 

Also printed in no 141. 

See also nos 156 and 162 

No ship mentioned. 

1726-1777 

Friedrich Krebs, "Annotations to Strassburger and Hinke's Pennsylvania 
German Pioneers," The Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine xxi ( 1960 ) 
235-248 141 

From records in the State Archives at Karlsruhe, the State Archives at Ludwigsburg, 
the City Archives at Oppenheim, and the State Archives at Speyer. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 51 

Contains names of emigrants from Heidelberg, Wiirttemberg, Oppenheim, and from 
the present-day Pfalz and the regions of Nahe and Hunsriick. 
Gives name of ship and arrival date when known. 
A composite of nos 140, 152, 156, 162, 163, 167 and 170. 

1727 

Frank Reid Differderffer, "The German Immigration into Pennsylvania 
through the Port of Philadelphia, and 'The Redemptioners'," The Penn- 
sylvania-German Society Proceedings and Addresses x (1900) 328 p 142 

P 40-42 contains "A List of Ye Palatine Passengers Imported in Ye Ship William and 
Sarah, Will'm Hill, Mast'r, from Rotterdam, Phlid'a Ye 18 Sept'bre 1727." P 213-216 
contains a partial list of passengers who arrived on the Britannia, Sept 18 1773. 

The list of the William and Sarah also printed in nos 145 and 146. 

See no 186. 

1727-1740 

Charles R. Roberts, "Germanic Immigrants Named in Early Pennsylvania 
Ship Lists," The Pennsylvania German Society Proceedings and Addresses 
xxxix (1928) 20 p 143 

A general discussion of the passenger lists preserved in the State Library (Depart- 
ment of Public Records) in Harrisburg. Excerpts names from various lists and gives 
biographical data on some of the immigrants. 

1727-1776 

Daniel Israel Rupp, A Collection of Upwards of Thirty Thousand Names 
of German, Swiss, Dutch, French and Other Immigrants in Pennsylvania 
from 1727 to 1776, with a Statement of the Names of Ships, Whence They 
Sailed, and the Date of their Arrival at Philadelphia, Chronologically 
Arranged, Together with the Necessary Historical and Other Notes, also, 
an Appendix Containing Lists of More Than One Thousand German and 
French Names in New York Prior to 1712 (Leipzig, Degener & Co 1931) 
478, 89 p 144 

Third ed. Begun originally in monthly parts, but 1st ed issued from stereotyped 
plates at Harrisburg 1856; 2d ed Philadelphia 1876. 3d ed contains corresponding text 
in German and has added t-p Chronologisch Geordnete Sammlung von Mehr ah 
30,000 Namen. . . . 

Namenregister zu J. Daniel Rupp's "Chronologisch Geordneter Sammlung von Mehr 
als 80,000 Namen . . ." Angefertigt nach der Ausgabe von 1880 durch Ernst Wecken 
( Leipzig, Degener & Co 1931 ) 89 p at end. The 1931 ed alone contains this index of 
names. 

Another index by Marvin V. Koger, Index to the Names of 30,000 Immigrants, 
German, Swiss, Dutch and French into Pennsylvania, 1727-1776, Supplementing the 
I. Daniel Rupp, Ship Load Volume, issued by the compiler ( Pennington Gap, Va 1935, 
232 p) in mimeographed form. 

P 449 contains "Names of the First Palatines in North Carolina, as Early as 1709 and 
1710"; p 449-451 contain "Names of Males, Salzburgers, Settled in Georgia, 1734 to 
1741." 

See note for no 146. 



UNIVERSE « 



52 SHIP PASSENGER LISTS 

Pennsylvania, continued 

1727-1808 

William Henry Egle, ed, Names of Foreigners Who Took the Oath of Alle- 
giance to the Province and State of Pennsylvania, 1727-1775, with the 
Foreign Arrivals, 1786-1808 ( Harrisburg, E. K. Meyers 1892) 787 p 145 

Ser 2 vol xvn of the Pennsylvania Archives. 

Very comprehensive. Taken from the original mss among the State Archives. 

Contains an index of surnames. 

See note for no 146. 

Ralph Beaver Strassburger, Pennsylvania German Pioneers; a Publication 
of the Original Lists of Arrivals in the Port of Philadelphia from 1727 to 
1808. Edited by William John Hinke ( Norristown, Pennsylvania German 
Society 1934) 3 vols 146 

Volumes xlii-xliv of the Pennsylvania German Society Proceedings. 

A revision and addition to the mateial contained in nos 144 and 145 prepared and 
edited with great accuracy. For comparative criticism see review by Albert B. Faust 
in the Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography lix (1935) 432-436. 

Contains 29,887 names from (A) captains' lists; (B) lists of signers of the oath of 
allegiance; (C) lists of signers of the oath of abjuration. Volume i contains captains' 
lists from 1727 to 1775; volume n contains facsimiles of all signatures in lists B and C; 
volume in contains captains' lists from 1785-1808 and indices to captains, ships, ports 
of departure and surnames in all volumes. Volume n not analyzed in "Index of Ship 
Names" below. 

1728-1749 

William John Hinke and John Baer Stoudt, eds, "A List of German Immi- 
grants to the American Colonies from Zweibruecken in the Palatinate, 
1728-1749," The Pennsylvania German Folklore Society Yearbook i (1936) 
101-124 147 

Extracted from a document in the Bavarian State Archives at Speyer, Germany. The 
German text of this document was published by Bryant Wiest of Elizabethville, Pa, in 
Valley Citizen, a weekly newspaper of Valley View, Pa, in 1933. 

A list of 404 emigrants destined for Pennsylvania and Carolina. Names grouped 
chronologically under the governmental districts from which they came. 

See note for no 175. 

1730 

Fritz Braun, Auswanderer aus der Umgebung von Ludwigshafen a. Rh. auf 
dem Schiff "Thistle of Glasgow" 1730 (Neustadt an der Aisch, Buch- 
druckerei Ph. C. W. Schmidt 1959) 21 p 148 

Folge 8 of Schriften zur Wanderungsgeschichte der Pfalzer. 

Reprinted from 148A Mitteilungen zur Wanderungsgeschichte der Pfalzer (Beilage 
zu Pfalzische Familien- und Wappenkunde) folge 3—4 (1959) 253-272. 

Contains the names of 77 families or individuals from the Ludwigshafen area who 
were among the 260 Palatines on board the Thistle which landed at Philadelphia on 



BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 53 

August 29 1730. Where possible, traces their earlier and later histories from ms and 
printed sources both in Germany and in America. 

The list of names without genealogical data originally appeared in 148B Fritz Braun, 
"Auswanderer aus der Umgebung von Ludwigshafen am Rhein auf dem Schiff 'Thistle 
of Glasgow' 1730," Mitteilungen zur Wanderungsgeschichte der Pfalzer folge 5 ( 1953 ) 
31-32. The names of 13 persons whose home villages were positively identified 
appeared in 148C "Fritz Braun, "Palatines on the Ship 'Thistle of Glasgow' (1730)," 
The Pennsylvania Dutchman v (March 1 1954) 13. 



1732-173: 



j 



"Passengers from the Rhineland to Pennsylvania," Publications of The 
Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania xiv (1942) 79 149 

Fifteen Palatines advised by an advertisement in the Pennsylvania Gazette of Mar 22 
1732-3 to make speedy payment or give security for their passages or to expect pros- 
ecution. 

No ship mentioned. 

1732-1773 

Friedrich Krebs, "Einige Amerika-Auswanderer des 18. Jahrhunderts," 
Senftenegger Monatsblatt fur Genealogie und Heraldik v (1960-1963) 
79-82 150 

From documents in the Stadtarchiv, Wachenheim, and the Gemeindearchiv, Hass- 
ioch. 

Lists of emigrants from Wachenheim and Hassloch to Pennsylvania or Carolina, 
1732-1773. 

No ship mentioned. 

1732-1785 

Friedrich Krebs, "Pennsylvania Dutch Pioneers," The Pennsylvania Dutch- 
man vi (June 1954) 40, (September 1954) 37, (Winter 1954-1955) 39, 
(Spring 1955) 37-38; vn (Winter 1956) 38-39, (Spring 1956) 38-39; 
vm ( Summer 1956 ) 57-59 151 

From source materials in state and municipal archives and from church records of 
various towns of the Palatine. 

Gives names and some genealogical data on several thousand emigrants from 
Germany to Pennsylvania with arrival dates and ship names supplied from no 146. 

Translated by Don Yoder. 

1733-1777 

Friedrich Krebs, "Amerika-Auswanderer des 18. Jahrhunderts aus der 
Heutigen Pfalz und der Nahe- und Hunsriickgegend," Mitteilungen zur 
Wanderungsgeschichte der Pfalzer (Beilage zu Pfalzische Familien- und 
Wappenkunde ) folge 11-12 ( 1954 ) 62-66 152 

From records filed in the Staatsarchiv, Speyer. 
Supplies ship name and arrival date when known. 
Also printed in no 141. 



54 SHIP PASSENGER LISTS 

Pennsylvania, continued 

1734-1735 

"Early Swiss Settlers," Notes and Queries Historical, Biographical and 
Genealogical Relating Chiefly to Interior Pennsylvania. Annual Volume, 
1900 (1901) 121-122 153 

From a pamphlet entitled Der Hinkinde Bott von Carolina ( The Limping Messanger 
from Carolina, or the Description of a Journey from Zurich to Rotterdam, by Ludwig 
Weber, from Wallisellen, Zurich 1735), found by William J. Hinke, the contributor 
of the list, among Swiss archives. 

Contains the names of 48 Swiss emigrants who left Zurich in Oct 1734 and arrived 
in Philadelphia on May 29 1735 on the ship Mercury. 

A more complete list of this voyage, giving 186 names including children under 16, 
may be found in nos 144 and 145. 

1734-1752 

Ernst Steinemann, ed, "A List of Eighteenth-Century Emigrants from the 
Canton of Schaffhausen to the American Colonies, 1734-1752. With an 
Introduction by Dr. Don Yoder," The Pennsylvania German Folklore So- 
ciety Yearbook xvi (1951) 185-196 154 

An alphabetical listing of 122 heads of families or individuals destined for Pennsyl- 
vania, Halifax, Nova Scotia, and Carolina. 

Only a few ships mentioned. 

Also printed in 154 A Ernst Steinemann, "Zur Schaffhauserischen Auswanderung," 
Beitrage zur Vaterldndischen Geschichte Herausgegeben vom Historisch-antiquarischen 
Verein des Kantons Schaffhausen xm ( 1936 ) . 

1734^1765 

John W. Jordan, "Moravian Immigration to Pennsylvania, 1734-1765," The 
Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography xxxm ( 1909 ) 228-248 

155 

A collection of several ships lists in chronological order with descriptive commentary. 

The compiler has also prepared a list of the immigrants from 1765 to 1800. The 
manuscript, as yet unpublished, is in the Manuscript Department of the Historical 
Society of Pennsylvania. 

See no 164. 

1737-1754 

Friedrich Krebs, "Die Amerikaauswanderung aus dem Kurpfalzischen 
Oberamt Heidelberg in den Jahren 1737, 1738, 1751, 1753 und 1754," 
Badische Heimat xxxvm (1958) 303-304 156 

From protocols in the Generallandesarchiv, Karlsruhe. 
Also printed in no 141. 
Supplementary to nos 140 and 162. 
No ship mentioned. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 55 

1738 

Harrold E. Gillingham, "Philadelphia Arrivals, 1738," Publications of The 

Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania xn (1934) 150 157 

List of 7 indentured servants on the Elizabeth from London, July 1738. From an 
ms invoice in the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. 

1738-1750 

Hugo Froehlich, "Pioneers from Staudernheim," The Pennsylvania Dutch- 
man vni (Fall-Winter 1956-1957) 43-46 158 

From the Lutheran Church Register of the village of Staudernheim. 

Includes the names of 90 emigrants to Pennsylvania, mostly in the years 1739 and 
1741, arranged alphabetically by family, with arrival dates and ship identifications 
supplied in some cases from no 146. 

Published originally in 158 A Hugo Frohlich, "Aus wanderer im Lutherischen 
Kirchenbuch von Staudernheim an der Nahe," Mitteilungen zur Wande rungs geschichte 
der Pfalzer (Beilage zu Pfalzische Familien- und Wappenkunde) folge 10 (1954) 
55-62. 

Translation here by Don Yoder. 

See no 17-1. 

1738-1765 

Freidrich Krebs, "Auswanderer nach den Nordamerikanischen Kolonien 
in Lutherischen Kirchenbuch von Thaleischweiler," Mitteilungen zur 
Wanderungs geschichte der Pfalzer (Beilage zu Pfalzische Familien- und 
Wappenkunde) folge 3-4 (1952) 21-24 159 

An alphabetical list of emigrants to Pennsylvania, as indicated by entries in the 
Lutheran parish register at Thaleischweiler. 

When possible, ship name and arrival date have been supplied from no 146. 

1740-1743 

Louis F. Middlebrook, "The Ship Mary of Philadelphia, 1740," The Penn- 
sylvania Magazine of History and Biography Lvin (1934) 127-151 160 

A general account of the building and early history of the Mary. P 150 contains a 
list of passengers on a trip to Philadelphia in 1743. 

1740-1773 

"Persons Naturalized in the Province of Pennsylvania," Pennsylvania Ar- 
chives 2d ser n ( 1876) 293-415 161 

Lists of foreign Protestants naturalized in Pennsylvania during the period covered. 
Gives name, place of residence, and date of taking of the sacrament. 

Slightly more complete and more time-inclusive than the list in no 19. 



56 SHIP PASSENGER LISTS 

Pennsylvania, continued 

1741-1748 

Friedrich Krebs, "Zur Amerikaauswanderung aus dem Kurpfalzischen 
Oberamt Heidelberg 1741-1748," Zeitschrifi fur die Geschichte des Ober- 
rheins cvi (neue folge lxvii) (1958) 485-486 162 

From protocols in the Generallandesarchiv, Karlsruhe. 
Also printed in no 141. 
Supplementary to nos 140 and 156. 
No ship mentioned. 

1742-1749 

Friedrich Krebs, "Amerika-Auswanderer aus dem Oberamt Oppenheim 
1742-49," Hessische Familienkunde hi (1954-1956) 342-343 163 

From protocols in the Stadtarchiv, Oppenheim. 

Names of persons permitted to emigrate to Pennsylvania, with ship name and arrival 
date supplied when known. 
Also printed in no 141. 

1742-1799 

John W. Jordan, "A Register of Members of the Moravian Church Who 
Emigrated to Pennsylvania, 1742-1767," Notes and Queries: Historical, 
Biographical and Genealogical: Relating Chiefly to Interior Pennsylvania 
4th ser i (1893) 162-163, 167-168, 169-170, 174-175, 208-211, 303-304; 
ii (1895) 1-3 164 

Lists of Moravian arrivals at Philadelphia and New York, whence the majority 
migrated to Bethlehem and a few to North Carolina. 
Supplementary to no 155. 

1745-1746 

George W. Neible, "Servants and Apprentices Bound and Assigned before 
James Hamilton Mayor of Philadelphia, 1745," The Pennsylvania Maga- 
zine of History and Biography xxx (1906) 348-352, 427-436; xxxi (1907) 
83-102, 195-206, 351-367, 461-473; xxxn (1908) 88-103, 237-249, 351- 
370 165 

A chronological list of immigrant servants indentured in Philadelphia between Oct 2 
1745 and Oct 7 1746. 

1746-1747 

"List of Servants Who Sailed from Dublin February 25th 1746/7 on the 
Euryal, and Arrived at Philadelphia April 11th.," The Pennsylvania Maga- 
zine of History and Biography xxvi (1902) 287 166 
List of servants, all women. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 57 

1748-1768 

Friedrich Krebs, "Einige Amerika-Auswanderer des 18. Jahrhunderts," 
Senftenegger Monatsblatt fur Genealogie und Heraldik iv (1956-1959) 
195-198 167 

Advertisements for missing heirs from the Kayserliche Reichs-Oberpostamts-Zeitung 
(Frankfurt a. M.) 1776-1788. 
Arrival dates supplied from no 146 when known. 
Also printed in no 141. 
No ship mentioned. 

1749 

Friedrich Krebs, "Einige Amerika-Auswanderer des 18. Jahrhunderts," 
Senftenegger Monatsblatt fur Genealogie und Heraldik v (1960-1963) 
123-126 168 

From protocols in the Generallandesarchiv, Karlsruhe. 

A list of emigrants from Baden-Durlach to Pennsylvania, 1749. 

See nos 171, 177 and 181. 

Also printed in no 141. 

No ship mentioned. 

1749-1750 

Friedrich Krebs, "Pennsylvania Pioneers from the Neckar Valley, 1749- 
1750," The Pennsylvania Dutchman v (June 1953) 13 169 

From Protocols of the Districts of Heidelberg and Mosbach, now part of the state 
of Wurttemberg-Baden. 

Arranged chronologically under districts, with ship and arrival date often supplied 
from no 146. 

Previously published in German in Badische Heimat (Freiburg), May 1953. 

1749-1751 

Friedrich Krebs, "Einige Amerika-Auswanderer des 18. Jahrhunderts aus 
Wurttemberg," Sudwestdeutsche Blatter fur Familien- und Wappen- 
kunde ix ( 1957 ) 442-443 170 

From protocols in the Staatsfilialarchiv, Ludwigsburg. 

Six emigrants from Wurttemberg, with identifications as to ship and/or arrival date. 

Also printed in no 141. 

1749-1755 

Friedrich Krebs, "Emigrants from Baden-Durlach to Pennsylvania, 1749- 
1755," National Genealogical Society Quarterly xlv (1957) 30-31 171 

From original records of the Court Council and Revenue Office of Baden-Durlach. 
List of 36 emigrants to Pennsylvania, 1749-1755, but mostly in the year 1751, with 
ship name and arrival date frequently provided. 
See nos 168, 177 and 181. 



58 SHIP PASSENGER LISTS 

Pennsylvania, continued 

1749-1764 

Friedrich Krebs, "18th Century Emigrants from Edenkoben in the Pala- 
tinate," The Pennsylvania Dutchman iv (Jan 1 1953) 9 172 

A General discussion of the emigration from Edenkoben to America during the 18th- 
century. Contains the names of a number of emigrants. 

Previously published in German in the GescJwfts Anzeiger (Edenkoben) of Aug 2 
1952; translation by Don Yoder. 

1749-1768 

Fritz Braun, "18th Century Palatine Emigrants from the Ludwigshafen 

Area," The Pennsylvania Dutchman v (Mar 1 1954) 13 173 

From the Protocols of the District of Neustadt. 

Names of 8 emigrants destined for Pennsylvania and 1 for Nova Scotia, with ship 
name and date of arrival often supplied. 

1750 

Friedrich Krebs, "Palatine Emigrants from the District of Neustadt, 1750," 
The Pennsylvania Dutchman v (May 1953) 9 174 

Extracted from the Protocols of the District of Neustadt in the Palatine State 
Archives at Speyer. 

Names of 13 persons applying for permission to emigrate, with ship and date of 
arrival supplied from no 146. 

I 1750-1771 

Friedrich Krebs, ed, "A List of German Immigrants to the American Col- 
onies from Zweibruecken in the Palatinate, 1750-1771. With an Introduc- 
tion by Dr. Don Yoder," The Pennsylvania German Folklore Society Year- 
book xvi (1951) 171-183 175 

From a ms in the Kirchschaffnei Archiv in Zweibriicken. 

Lists 152 emigrants to Pennsylvania and Carolina, of whom 45 are identified in 
no 146. 

Names arranged chronologically under the governmental districts from which they 
came. 

Also printed in 175 A Friedrich Krebs, "Eine Liste Deutscher Auswanderer nach 
den Amerikanischen Kolonien aus Zweibriicken in der Pfalz 1750-1771," Familie und 
VoZfc i (1952) 29-32. 

Additional material to no 147. 

1751-1754 

Friedrich Krebs, "Zur Amerika-Auswanderung des 18. Jahrhunderts aus 
Altwurttemberg hauptsachlich aus dem ehemaligen Oberamt Urach," 
Siidwestdeutsche Blatter fur Familien- und Wappenkunde ix (1957) 464- 
465 176 



BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 59 

From protocols and acts of the government of Wiirtemberg in the Staatsfihalarchiv 
in Ludwigsburg. 

A list of emigrants from Dettingen, with ship names and arrival dates supplied from 
no 146. 

Supplementary to no 135. 

1752 

Friedrich Krebs, "Pennsylvania Dutch Pioneers from Baden-Durlach: 
1752," The Pennsylvania Dutchman vm ( Summer-Fall 1957) 48 177 

Compiled from protocols of the Council and Revenue Chamber of Baden-Durlach, 
preserved in the General State Archives of Baden in Karlsruhe. 

Gives name, goal of emigration ( destination ) and protocol number only. 

Supplementary to nos 168, 171 and 181. 

Originally published as "Amerika-Auswanderer aus Baden-Durlach im Jahre 1752," 
Senftenegger Monatsblatt fiir Genealogie und Heraldik m (1955-1956) 289-292. 

No ship mentioned. 

'Beitrage zur Amerikaauswanderung des 18. Jahrhunderts aus 



Altwiirttemberg," Sudwestdeutsche Blatter filr Familien- und Wappen- 
kunde xi (1959-1962) 186-189 178 

Lists of persons emigrating from Freudenstadt to Pennsylvania in 1752 following 
an act passed by the Wiirtemberg goverment on May 7 of that year permitting it. 
A great many of these sailed on the Duke of Wirtemberg. 

From a copy of the act in the Staatsfihalarchiv in Ludwigsburg. 

"Moravian Pioneers in the Swatara Valley, 1752," The Pennsylvania Dutch- 
man ii (Dec 15 1950) 6 179 

The names of 10 Moravian emigrants belonging to the Congregation at Swatara, 
1752. 

Transcribed from the original document, "Catalogus der Geschwister in Swatara 
den 25. Oct. 1752," now in the Moravian Archives at Bethlehem, by William J. Hinke. 

No ship mentioned. 

"Moravian Brethren in Heidelberg, 1752," The Pennsylvania Dutchman 
ii (Jan 11951) 6 180 

A list of Moravian emigrants belonging to the Congregation at Heidelberg, Penn- 
sylvania, 1752. 

Transcribed from the original document, "Catalogus der Geschwister in Heidelberg, 
Oct. 1752," now in the Moravian Archives in Bethlehem, by William J. Hinke. 

1753 

Friedrich Krebs, "Amerika-Auswanderer aus Baden-Durlach im Jahre 
1753," Senftenegger Monatsblatt fiir Genealogie und Heraldik iv ( 1956- 
1959) 79-80 181 

Source and arrangement identical with no 177. 
Supplementary to nos 168, 171 and 177. 



60 SHIP PASSENGER LISTS 

Pennsylvania, continued 

1754-1768 

Friedrich Krebs, "More 18th Century Emigrants from the Palatinate," The 
Pennsylvania Dutchman v (Mar 1 1954) 12 182 

From Protocols of the District of Neustadt. 

10 Emigrants granted permission to go to America, with ship names and dates of 
departure supplied. 

1758 

R. G. Smith, "German Families," The Pennsylvania Magazine of History 

and Biography xxxiu ( 1909 ) 501-502 183 

A list of German families arriving at Philadelphia from Holland. Gives name and 
origin only. 

From an advertisement in Henry Miller's Staats Bote of Feb 9 1758. 
No ship mentioned. 

1771-1773 

"Record of Indentures of Individuals Bound Out as Apprentices, Servants, 
Etc. and of German and Other Redemptioners in the Office of the Mayor 
of the City of Philadelphia, October 3, 1771, to October 5, 1773," The 
Pennsylvania-German Society Proceedings and Addresses xvi (1905-1907) 
325 p 184 

From the original volume in possession of The American Philosophical Society, 
Philadelphia. 

Chronological list of persons indentured, giving name, port of departure, to whom 
indentured, residence here, occupation, and term of service. 

Duplicated in part in no 185. 

No ship mentioned. 

1772-1773 

"Record of Servants and Apprentices Bound and Assigned before Hon. 

John Gibson, Mayor of Philadelphia, December 5th, 1772 - May 21, 1773," 

The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography xxxm (1909) 475- 

491; xxxiv (1910) 99-121, 213-228 185 

Copied from original Record Book in the Manuscript Department of the Historical 
Society of Pennsylvania. 
See no 184. 

1773 

"A List of German Emigrants, 1773," The Pennsylvania Magazine of His- 
tory and Biography xm (1889) 113-115 186 

From a manuscript in the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. 

Gives the names of 53 German passengers who arrived on the ship Britannia on 
Sept 18 1773, together with the amount of their passage money and expenses due 



BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 61 

Messrs Joshua Fisher 6c Sons, Philadelphia. Contains the names of several persons not 
included in the incomplete list of the voyage in nos 144, 145 and 146. 
Also printed in no 142. 

1774^1775 
See no 21. 

1775 

"List of Arrivals per 'Pennsylvania Packet,' 1775," The Pennsylvania Mag- 
azine of History and Biography xvhi (1894) 379 187 

Copied from original ms in the collection of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. 
A list of indentured servants bound for Philadelphia March 15 1775. • 

1789-1880 

United States. Work Projects Administration, Index to Records of Aliens' 
Declarations of Intention and/or Oaths of Allegiance, 1789-1880, in United 
States Circuit Court, United States District Court, Supreme Court of Penn- 
sylvania, Quarter Sessions Court, Court of Common Pleas, Philadelphia. 
Compiled by Work Projects Administration, Project No. 20837. Sponsored 
by Pennsylvania Historical Commission ( Harrisburg 1940?) 11 vols 188 

Section n, Alphabetical Index of Naturalization Records, 1794-1880, of Maritime 
Records Port of Philadelphia (Pennsylvania Historical Survey, Work Projects Adminis- 
tration; Sponsor, Pennsylvania Historical Commission, Harrisburg). 

Reproduced from typewritten copy. 

From original documents in the custodv of the various courts concerned. 

- 

An alphabetical index of persons applying for naturalization before courts in Phila- 
delphia during the period covered. 

Entries include name of applicant, country of former allegiance, court of record, 
and date of declaration of intention and/or oath of allegiance. 

No ship mentioned in this section. 

1791-1792 

Luther R. Kelker, "List of Foreigners Who Arrived at Philadelphia, 1791- 
1792," The Pennsylvaiua Magazine of History and Biography xxiv (1900) 
187-194, 334-342 189 

Supplementary to no 145 but included in part in no 146. 

1796-1830 

Don Yoder, ed, "Lehigh County Naturalization Records," The Pennsyl- 
vania Dutchnan i (May 5 1959) 6; n (Jan 1950) 6 190 

A list of German and Swiss emigrants who petitioned for naturalization before the 
Court of Common Pleas of Lehigh Countv in accordance with a federal law of 1798. 

Copied from original papers in the Prothonotary's Office of the Lehigh County 
Courthouse in Allentown. 

Entries include name, place of origin, and date of arrival. 

No ship mentioned. 



62 SHIP PASSENGER LISTS 

Pennsylvania, continued 

1803-1806 
See no 25. 

1804 

"List of German Passengers Arrived in the Port, Philadelphia, in the Ship 
Margaret, from Amsterdam, C. E. Gardner, Master, September 19th, 1804. 
As Taken from the Original Immigrant List on File in the Division of 
Public Records, Harrisburg, Pa.," Journal of the Lycoming Historical So- 
ciety i (1956) 9-12 191 

Contains 91 names, with size of household and age, place of birth, county and 
country of origin, occupation, and physical characteristics of head of household. 
Also printed in nos 145 and 146. 

1811 

See no 27. 

1815-1816 *t 

See no 28. 

1819 

"Passenger List of the Ship 'Elizabeth,' Which Arrived at Philadelphia in 
1819," The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography xxv (1901) 
255-258 192 

Copied from the original in the Library of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. 
Contains 83 names and contractual obligations of both the passengers and the cap- 
tain, concluding "Amsterdam, 4 May, 1819." 




BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 63 

DELAWARE 

1641 

G. B. Keen, "The Third Swedish Expedition to New Sweden," The Penn- 
sylvania Magazine of History and Biography in (1879) 462-464 193 

From copies in the Historical Society of Pennsylvania of originals in the Royal 
Archives at Stockholm. 

Names of emigrants who embarked on the Kalmar Nyckel and Charitas for New 
Sweden in 1641. 

Intended to accompany an article by C. T. Odhner, "The Founding of New Sweden, 
1637-1642," on p 269-284, 395-411 of the same volume. 

1649 

G. B. Keen, "The Eighth Swedish Expedition to New Sweden," The Penn- 
sylvania Magazine of History and Biography vm ( 1884 ) 107-108 194 

From a copy in the Historical Society of Pennsylvania of the original in the Royal 
Archives in Stockholm. 

List of persons, male and female, who set out with Commandant Hans Amundson 
for New Sweden July 3 1649. 

1661 

Louis P. de Boer, "Delaware Papers. Passenger List of Colonists to the 
South River (Delaware) Colony of New Netherland, 1661," The New 
York Genealogical and Biographical Record lx (1929) 68-70 195 

Two lists, the first undated and containing the names of 15 "Colonists and other 
Freemen who have already applied for going to the Colony of this City in New Nether- 
land," the second comprising the passenger list of "De Purmerender Kerck" which 
sailed from Texel Nov 24 1661 for New Amstel, Delaware. Photostat illustration of 
original list taken from Old City Archives, Amsterdam. 

See note for no 196. 

1661-1662 

A. R. Dunlap, "Three Lists of Passengers to New Amstel," Delaware His- 
tory vm ( 1959 ) 310-311 196 

Transcribed from a microfilm copy in the Historical Society of Delaware from ms 
records in the Archives of the city of Amsterdam. Contains 3 lists giving the names of 
37 persons or families bound for the Delaware River area on the Purmerlander Kerck 
(Purmerland Church) and the Gulden Arent (Golden Eagle). 

The initial list of the Purmerlander Kerck, dated here "November 13, 1661," also 
printed in no 195. 

1662 

"Emigrants to the Colonie on the Delaware River. List of the Colonists 
and Other Free People Who Have Entered to Go to This City's Colonie 



64 



SHIP PASSENGER LISTS 



Delaware, 1662, continued 

in New Netherland" (In Edmund Bailey O'Callaghan Documents Relative 

to the Colonial History of the State of New York, Albany, Weed, Parsons 

& Co 1858, h 183) 197 

A list of 38 persons who contracted with the authorities of the city of Amsterdam 
to emigrate to the colony on the Delaware River. 



1803-1806 



See no 25. 




BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 65 

MARYLAND 

1633 

11 The Ark' and 'The Dove' " ( In John Jacob Raskob Raskob-Green Record 
Book Claymont, Delaware 1921, p 95-97) 198 

The passengers with Governor Leonard Calvert. 

Also printed in 198 A, "Documented List of the Adventures on the Ark and the Dove 
and Those Who were Early Identified with the Settlement," in Harry Wright Newman, 
The flowering of the Maryland Palatinate (Washington, The Author 1961) p 339-341; 
198B J. Moss Ives, The Ark and The Dove (London, Longmans, Green and Co 1936) 
p 110; 198C Edward D. Neill, The Founders of Maryland (Albany, Joel Munsell 1876) 
p 64; 198D Hester Dorsey Richardson, Side-Lights on Maryland History with Sketches 
of Early Maryland Families (Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins Co 1913) i 9-15, 411-418; 
198E J. Thomas Scharf, History of Maryland from the Earliest Period to the Present 
Day (Baltimore, John Piet 1879) i 66. 

1646-1775 
See no 10. 

1654-1686 

Gordon Ireland, "Servants to Foreign Plantations from Bristol, England, 
1654-1686," The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record lxxix 
(1948) 65-75 199 

An extract from no 11 of 155 servants bound for Maryland, 3 for New York ( 1678), 
17 for Pennsylvania ( 1684-1685), and 2 for Virginia ( 1675-1677). 

Names arranged chronologically under colony, with only location in "Servants to 
Foreign Plantations," the ms source volume. 

Main list followed by table of bondmasters, table of ships and ship masters, and 
table of places from which the emigrants came. 

1666-1750 

[Names of aliens naturalized by special acts of the Provincial Legislature, 
1666-1750] (In J. Thomas Scharf History of Maryland from the Earliest 
Period to the Present Day, Baltimore, John B. Piet 1879, n 11) 200 

List of 175 foreigners naturalized in Maryland during the period covered. Gives 
name only. 

Also printed in part in 200A "Early Maryland Naturalization, Etc., from Kilty's 
Laws," in Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh, Maryland Records, Colonial, Revolutionary, 
County and Church (Lancaster, Lancaster Press, Inc 1928) p 311-313. 

1683-1684 
See no 12. 

1686 
See no 220. 



66 SHIP PASSENGER LISTS 

Maryland, continued 

1697-1707 
See no 14. 

1714 

[Passengers on the American Merchant, 1714] (In Edward Duffield Neill 
Terra Mariae; or Threads of Maryland Colonial History, Philadelphia, J. B. 
Lippincott & Co 1867, p 202 ) 201 

From a letter from a Glasgow merchant, dated Jan 19 1714 and addressed to "Mr. 
Thomas Mackey, merch't on Potomoak River," in the possession of a relative of the 
author. 

Gives the names and occupations of 17 men and boys who shipped on the American 
Merchant, 1714. 

1716 

"A List of Rebbells Transported in the Shipp Friendship of Belfast, Mich- 
ael Mankin, Comander, the 20 th of August, 1716" (In J. Thomas Scharf 
History of Maryland from the Earliest Period to the Present Day, Balti- 
more, John B. Piet 1799 i 386-387 ) 202 

The names of 80 political prisoners, mostly Scotchmen deported after the defeat of 
Mar and Derwentwater's rising in 1715-1716, with names of purchasers. Taken from 
a proclamation in the Public Record Office, London. 

Also printed in 202 A Hester Dorsey Richardson, Side-Lights on Maryland History 
with Sketches of Early Maryland Families (Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins Co 1913) 
p215. 

"A List of the Rebell prisoners transported into this province in the Ship 
Good Speed, on the 18th Day of October, Anno Domini 1716, with the 
names of the persons who purchased them" (In J. Thomas Scharf History 
of Maryland from the Earliest Period to the Present Day, Baltimore, John 
B. Piet 1779, 1388-389) 203 

A list of 55 Scottish prisoners, taken from the same source as no 202. 
Also printed in 203A Hester Dorsey Richardson, Side-Lights on Maryland History 
with Sketches of Early Maryland Families (Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins 1913) p 24. 

1740 

Frank F. White, Jr, "A List of Convicts Transported to Maryland," Mary- 
land Historical Magazine xlhi (1948) 55-60 204 

From a document in the Maryland Historical Society. 

P 57-59 contain "A List of One Hundred and Fifteen Felons & Convicts Shipped 
from Newgate by Andrew Reid Esqr on Board the York Capt Anthony Bacon Com- 
mander, bound for Maryland." 

Gives name only. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 67 



1747 



[Scotch prisoners deported to Maryland on the ship Johnson, 1747] (In J. 
Thomas Scharf History of Maryland from the Earliest Period to the Present 
Day, Baltimore, John B. Piet 1879, i 435) 205 

From a certified list among the records at Annapolis. 

The names of 96 Scottish prisoners taken after the battle of Culloclen who were 
shipped to Maryland on the Johnson of Liverpool, William Pemberton, master, arriving 
at the port of Oxford on July 20 1747. 

1767-1772 

"Naturalization of Maryland Settlers in Pennsylvania," Maryland Historical 
Magazine v (1910) 72 206 

The names of 23 Marylanders, probably Dunkers or Mennonites, who went to 
Pennsylvania for naturalization in the latter days of the Province, most of them being 
naturalized at York. 

1798 

Kate Singer Curry, "Naturalizations — during the Court Sessions of Jan- 
uary, 1798, Washington Co., Maryland," National Genealogical Society 
Quarterly xxm (1935) 111-113 207 

The names of 45 aliens naturalized, with their professions and the countries to which 
they were formerly subject. 

1811 

See no 27. 

1815-1816 
See no 28. 




BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 69 

VIRGINIA 

1607-1616 

Robert Armistead Stewart, "Ancient Planters" (In Nell Marion Nugent 
Cavaliers and Pioneers; Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants, 
1623-1800. Richmond, Dietz Printing co 1934, i xxviii-xxxiv ) 208 

A list of those known to have come to Virginia before the close of 1616, with date 
of arrival and ship supplied when known. 

Cavaliers and Pioneers was reissued in facsimile by the Genealogical Publishing Co, 
Baltimore, 1963. 

1607-1623 

"Lists of the Livinge & the Dead in Virginia February 16, 1623" ( In Colo- 
nial Records of Virginia. Richmond, R. F. Walker, Superintendent of Pub- 
lic Printing 1874, p 33-66 ) 208-1 

Published bv the Joint Committee on Library (Senate Document, Extra) under the 
chairmanship of Thomas H. Wynne and W. S. Gilman. 

From a copy obtained by Colonel Angus W. McDonald from the Public Record 
Office, London. 

Pages 37-54 contain "A List of the Livinge"; p 55-60 contain "A List of the Names 
of the Dead in Virginia Since April Last. Feb>* 16 th , 1623"; p 61-66 contain a list of 
those massacred by the Indians on Mar 22 1622. 

Gives name only, arranged under place of residence. 

Contains many more names than the census of 1624/25 given in no 210. 

1607-1624 

"Census of Inhabitants: Names of the First Settlers at Jamestown, 1607; 
Names of Those Who Came in the First Supply; Names of Those Who 
Came in the Second Supply; Names of Inhabitants of Jamestown in 1624" 
(In Lyon Gardiner Tyler The Cradle of the Republic: Jamestown and 
James River, Richmond, The Hermitage Press 1906, p 100-104) 209 

Taken from Capt. John Smith, of Willoughhy by Alfred, Lincolnshire . . . Works 
1608-1631 . . . Edited by Edward Arber (Birmingham 1884, The English Scholars 
Library No. 16) p 389-390, 411-412, 445-446, and from no 1, p 173-178. 

No ship mentioned. 

For a useful tabulation of arrival dates of ships coming to Virginia, 1607-1624, 
see Addams Stratton McAllister, "Tabulation Showing Ships Which Delivered in 
Virginia Persons Still Living There at the Taking of the Official Census in 1624/5," 
National Genealogical Society Quarterly xrv (1925) 23. 

1607-1625 

"Musters of the Inhabitants in Virginia 1624/1625" ( In Annie Lash Jester 
and Martha Woodroof Hiden Adventurers of Purse and Person; Virginia, 
1607-1625, Princeton, Princeton University Press 1956, p .5-69) * 210 



70 SHIP PASSENGER LISTS 

Virginia, 1607-1625, continued 

From the original preserved in the State Papers of the Public Record Office, London. 
The document has never before been printed in full. 

A census of the inhabitants of Virginia taken between 20 Jan and 7 Feb 1624/25. 
Contains 1,232 names, with the age of each person and the ship in which he arrived 
frequently indicated. 

See note for no 208-1. 

1610-1629 

"Burgesses of the Assembly Convened at Jamestown, October 16, 1629" 
(In Edward Duffield Neill Virginia Carolorum: The Colony under the 
Ride of Charles the First and Second, A. D. 1625-A. D. 1685, Based upon 
Manuscripts and Documents of the Period, Albany, Joel Munsell's Sons 
1886, p 71-74) 211 

Names 44 legislators of early Virginia, giving dates of arrival into the Colony, the 
ships in which they came, and their ages at the time of assembly. 

1618-1623 

"Muster of the Inhabitants in Virginia. Taken in 1625. Total, 1,095. The 
Muster of the Inhabitants at Wariscoyack, Taken the 7th of February, 
1625," William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine vh (1899) 
217-218 212 

From Isle of Wight county records. 

Several short lists of emigrants to Virginia, 1618-1623, with name, age, ship and 
year of arrival given. 
Also printed in no 210. 

1620-1621 

Winifred Lovering Holman, "Marriages of Emigrants to Virginia," The 
Virginia Magazine of History and Biography xl (1932) 80 213 

List of five couples from Isle of Wight parish register married just before leaving 
for Virginia. 

1621-1623 

"Mr. Danniell Gookines Muster" (In Frederick William Gookin Daniel 
Gookin, 1612-1687, Chicago, F. W. Gookin 1912, p 47-48) 214 

Twenty servants transported to Newport News in the Flying Hart, 1621, and the 
Providence, 1623. 

Gives name and age only. 

Also printed in 214A Aubrey Gwynn, "Documents Relating to the Irish in the 
West Indies," Analecta Hibernia iv ( 1932) 165-166, and in no 210. 

1623 

"Minutes of the Council and General Court, 1622-1624," The Virginia 
Magazine of History and Biography xix 113-148 215 



BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 71 

From the originals in the Library of Congress. 

Pages 131-134 contain lists of English emigrants who arrived on the Ann and 
Benny Bess before Feb 1623. 

1623-1666 

George Cabell Greer, Early Virginia Immigrants (Richmond, W. C. Hill 
Printing Co 1912) 376 p 216 

Contains 25,000 names collected from the records of the Virginia State Land Office, 
1623-1666. 

Excerpts of the Irish names from this list were published in 216 A Michael J. O'Brien, 
"Early Immigrants to Virginia (1623 to 1666) Collected by George Cabell Greer, 
Clerk, Virginia State Land Office, from the Records of the Land Office, in Rich- 
mond," The Journal of the American Irish Historical Society xm (1914) 209-213. 

No ship mentioned. 

Reprinted in facsimile by the Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore, 1960. 

1635 

H. G. Somerby, "Passengers for Virginia, 1635," The New England His- 
torical and Genealogical Register n (1848) 111-113, 211-212, 268, 374- 
375; m (1849) 184, 388-390; iv (1850) 61, 189-191, 261-264; v (1851) 
61-62, 343-344; xv (1861) 142-146 217 

From original records of the Master of Rolls, London. 
Gives name and age only. 

1635-1800 

William Glover Stanard, Some Emigrants to Virginia: Memoranda in 
Regard to Several Hundred Emigrants to Virginia During the Colonial 
Period Whose Parentage is Shown or Former Residence Indicated by 
Authentic Records (Richmond, The Bell Book and Stationery Co 1915) 
94 p 218 

"Second edition, enlarged." Much more complete than the first edition published 
in 1911. 

An alphabetical list of emigrants to Virginia, 1635—1800, culled from a variety of 
sources. 

No ship mentioned. 

Reissued in facsimile by the Genealogical Book Co, Baltimore, 1953. 

1636-1637 

Martha W. Hiden, ed, "Accompts of the Tristram and Jane," The Virginia 

Magazine of History and Biography lxii ( 1954) 424-447 219 

An account book of an early trading voyage to Virginia found in the Public Record 
Office, London. Gives the names of 2 paying passengers and of 74 others sold as 
indentured servants, as well as goods sent back from Virginia on the return voyage. 
The subsequent history of a number of passengers is traced in the text which follows 
the account. Photostat illustration of the first page of the Accompts. 



72 SHIP PASSENGER LISTS 

Virginia, continued 



See no 10. 
See no 199. 
See no 12. 



1646-1775 

1675-1677 

1683-1684 

1686 



R. Sharpe France, "Early Emigrants to America from Liverpool," The 
Genealogists Magazine xn ( 1955-1958 ) 234-235 220 

From a ms in the Lancashire Record Office, County Hall, Preston. 

Names of 34 Persons of Liverpool who indentured themselves for a four-year 
period of service in Virginia or Maryland, 1686. 

No ship mentioned. 

1697-1707 
See no 14. 

1700 

"A List of Ye French Refugees That Are Settled att Mannachin Town. . ." 
( In William Macfarlane Jones, ed The Douglas Register, Being a Detailed 
Record of Birth, Marriages and Deaths together with Other Interesting 
Notes, as Kept by the Rev. William Douglas, from 1750 to 1797, Richmond, 
J. W. Fergusson & Sons 1928, p 369-371 ) 221 

Contains 79 names of families or individuals. 
Also printed in no 224. 
No ship mentioned. 

"Communication from Governor Francis Nicholson of Virginia Regarding 

Huguenot Refugees on Board Ship 'Mary and Ann','' The Huguenot vi 

(1933) 82-86 222 

Contains a list of refugees who sailed from London on the Mary and Ann and 
arrived at the mouth of the James River on July 23 1700. 

Mrs Grant E. Lilly, "Passengers on the Peter and Anthony" The Huguenot 
vii (1933-1935) 153-155 223 

Contains a "List of All Ye Passingers from London to James River in Virginia, 
Being French Refugees Imbarqued in the Ship Ye Peter and Anthony, Galley of 
London, Daniel Perreau Commander." 

Also printed in no 224. 

1700-1714 

R. A. Brock, Documents, Chiefly Unpublished, Relating to the Huguenot 
Emigration to Virginia and to the Settlement at Manakin-Town, with an 
Appendix of Genealogies, Presenting Data on the Fontaine, Maury, Dupuy, 



BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 73 

Trabue, Marye, Chastain, Cocke and Other Families ( Richmond, Virginia 
Historical Society 1886) 247 p 224 

New Series Volume v of the Collections of the Virginia Historical Society. 

Contains a number of lists of refugees and immigrants and several passenger lists, 
including that of the Peter and Anthony which landed 170 refugees in Jamestown in 
Sept 1700. 

Reissued in facsimile by the Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore, 1962. 

1707 

"Immigrant List, 1707" (In William Fletcher Boogher Gleanings of Vir- 
ginia History, Washington, D C, W. F. Boogher 1903, p 8) 225 

Eighteen persons who shipped at Bristol, England, in the Joseph and Thomas and 
received wages as deck hands. 

1714 

"Liste Generalle de Tous les Francois Protestants Refugies Establys dans 
la Paroisse du Roy Guillaume d'Henrico en Virginia, y Compres les Fem- 
mes, Enfans, Veuses, et Orphelins" (In William Macfarlane Jones The 
Douglas Register, Being a Detailed Record of Births, Marriages and 
Deaths together with Other Interesting Notes, as Kept by the Rev. Wil- 
liam Douglas, from 1750 to 1797, Richmond, J. W. Fergusson & Sons 1928, 
p 372-374) 226 

Date is approximate. 

Reprinted from 226A William Stevens Perry, Papers Relating to the History 
of the Church in Virginia, A. D. 1650-1776 (Hartford, Privately Printed 1870) p 193- 
195. Also printed in no 224. 

1735-1757 

"Importations" (In William Wallace Scott A History of Orange County 
Virginia, Richmond, Everett Waddey Co 1907, p 225-229) 227 

A list of persons who imported themselves or were imported as servants by others 
and who later proved their importation to obtain their "head rights" to land in the 
colony. Date shows year proof was made and recorded. 

List compiled by Philip H. Fry, Clerk of County and Circuit Courts. 

No ship mentioned. 

A History of Orange County, Virginia was reprinted in facsimile by the Chesapeake 
Book Co, Berryville, Va, 1962. 

1739-1740 

Mrs W. W. King, "Augusta County Early Settlers, Importations, 1739- 
1740," National Genealogical Society Quarterly xxv (1937) 46-48 228 

A list of Augusta County settlers who proved their importations from Great Britain 
at their own expense in order to become entitled to enter public land. These proceed- 
ings were before the Orange County Court. 

Also printed in 228A "Importations, 1739-1740," in Oren F. Morton, A History 
of Rockbridge County, Virginia, Staunton, Va, The McClure Co 1920, p 756-757, 
and in no 227. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 75 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

1802-1850 

Vivian Holland Jewett, "Abstracts of Naturalization Records, Circuit Court, 
District of Columbia," Notional Genealogical Society Quarterly xli (1953) 
41_44 ? 90_92, 130-131; xlii (1954) 22-24, 68-73, 149-150; xliu (1955) 
20-21, 146-147; xliv (1956) 16-19, 109-111, 147-149; xlv (1957) 21-26 

229 

From records of the Circuit Court, District of Columbia, now in the National 
Archives, Washington. 

An alphabetical list of petitions received before the Court, giving name, age, year 
of petition, nativity, place from which petitioner emigrated, place where he arrived, 
names of witnesses, and date of naturalization. Includes entries to all ports of the 
Atlantic coast. 

Divided into 2 sections: Petitions Received, 1802-1820; Petitions Received, 1821- 
3 850. 

Apparently incomplete; published only through "Petitions Received, 1817[1821]- 
1850," the name "Law." 

No ship mentioned. 




BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 77 

NORTH CAROLINA 

1683-1684 
See no 12. 

1695-1702 

William J. Gammon, "Emigrants to Bath County, North Carolina, 1695- 
1702," National Genealogical Society Quarterly xxv ( 1937 ) 28-30 230 

From an old deed book in Craven County, N C. 

A chronological list of emigrants brought to Bath County, N C, for which land was 
granted to the person bringing them or inducing them to come. 
No ship mentioned. 



See no 131. 

See no 16. 

See no 144. 

See nos 147 and 175. 



1706-1795 

1709 
1709-1710 
1728-1771 
1753-1759 



[Lists of Moravian immigrants to North Carolina, 1753-1759] (In Ade- 
laide L. Fries Records of the Moravians in North Carolina, Raleigh, Ed- 
wards & Broughman Printing Co 1922, i 68-69, 73-74) 231 

Two lists, the first giving 26 names of Moravian immigrants to North Carolina 
between 1753-1759 made up from certificates of land grants in the Herrnhut (Saxony) 
archives; the second being a list of colonists sent to North Carolina in 1753. First list 
gives name and former city of residence in Europe only; second list gives name, age 
nationality, and occupation of each immigrant. 

No ship mentioned. 

1774-1775 

A. R. Newsome, ed, Records of Emigrants from England and Scotland to 
North Carolina, 1774-1775 (Raleigh, State Department of Archives and 
History 1962) 30 p 232 

Compiled from transcripts in the North Carolina Historical Commission of original 
lists in the Public Record Office, London. 

Reprinted from 232 A The North Carolina Historical Review xi (Jan 1934) 39- 
54, (Apr 1934) 129-143. 

Also printed in part in no 21. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 79 

SOUTH CAROLINA 

1679 

"Foreign Protestants for Carolina in 1679," Preceedings of the Huguenot 
Society of London x (1912-1914) 187-189 233 

From records of the Admiralty now preserved in the Public Record Office. 

Two lists, one of 67 persons going to Carolina in the Richmond, the other of 90 
French Protestants willing to be transported to the Athley River region of South 
Carolina. 

Also printed in 233A St Julien R. Childs, "The Petit-Guerard Colony," The South 
Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine xliii ( 1942 ) 1-2. 

1683-1684 
See no 12. 

1695-1696 

Daniel ~Ra.vene\,"Liste des Francois et Suisses" from an Old Manuscript List 
of French and Swiss Protestants Settled in Charleston, on the Santee and 
at the Orange Quarter in Carolina Who Desired Naturalization. Prepared 
Probably about 1695-6 (New York, The Knickerbocker Press 1888) 77 p 

234 

From a ms in the possession of the author. 

Contains a list of 154 French and Swiss refugees who declared themselves willing 
to be naturalized in anticipation of the act of naturalization of 1696. Gives name and 
origin. 

Originally published in the Southern Intelligencer, a religious weekly newspaper of 
Charleston, in June 1822. 

1706-1795 
See no 131. 

1709 
See no 16. 

1728 

Theodore D. Jervey, "The White Indentured Servants of South Carolina," 
The South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine xh ( 1911 ) 163- 
171 235 

P 171 contains a "List of Convicts Imported from Bristol to the province of S° Caro- 
lina on board the Ship called the Expedition. . . ," giving 24 names with date and 
place of conviction and term of imprisonment. 

1728-1771 
See nos 147 and 175. 



80 SHIP PASSENGER LISTS 

South Carolina, continued 

1732 

Henry A. M. Smith, "Purrysburgh," The South Carolina Historical and 

Genealogical Magazine x (1909) 187-219 236 

P 208-210 contains "A List of the Germains and Switz Protestants under the Com- 
mand of Coll Puny qualified before his Excellency Robert Johnson Esquire Governour 
of this Province on the 22 and 23 days of December 1732," being the names of 93 
alien settlers naturalized on those days. Gives name and age only. 

1742-1749 

Gilbert P. Voigt, "The German and German-Swiss Element in South Caro- 
lina, 1732-1752," Bulletin of the University of South Carolina cm ( 1922 ) 
60 p 237 

On p 56-60 is contained a list of 136 German or German-Swiss settlers at Saxe-Gotha, 
or Congaree, arranged according to date of grant of land, with place of origin fre- 
quently given. 

No ship mentioned. 

1763-1773 

Janie Revill, A Compilation of the Original Lists of Protestant Immigrants 
to South Carolina, 1763-1773 (Columbia, The State Co 1939) 163 p 238 

Transcribed from the Journals of the Council of the Colony of South Carolina. 

Gives name of immigrant only and the number of acres of land allotted to him 
under the Bounty Act of 1761. 

Contains an index of names. 

1774-1775 
See no 21. 




BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 81 

GEORGIA 

1732 

E. Merton Coulter, ed, "A List of the First Shipload of Georgia Settlers," 

Georgia Historical Quarterly xxxi (1947) 282-288 239 

A list by Capt Thomas of the Anne of persons sent to Georgia in Nov 1732 for the 
purpose of establishing the Colony there. Meticulously annotated to furnish informa- 
tion on the subsequent careers of these original settlers. Contains 118 names. 

1732-1742 

E. Merton Coulter and Albert B. Saye, eds, A List of the Early Settlers of 
Georgia (Athens, The University of Georgia Press 1949) 103 p 240 

From a ms volume in the University of Georgia Library. 

Contains the names of approximately 2,800 emigrants to Georgia between June 1732 
and June 1742 arranged under two headings: Persons Who Went from Europe to 
Georgia at the Trustees' Charge, and Persons Who Went from Europe to Georgia on 
Their Own Account. 

Names grouped alphabetically under each division, with age, occupation, date of 
embarkation, and date of arrival given. 

No ship mentioned. 

1734-1741 
See no 144. 

1735-1775 

"Arrivals in Georgia" (In Adelaide L. Fries The Moravians in Georgia, 

1735-1740. Raleigh, N C, The Author 1905, p 236-238) 240-1 

The names of 47 foreigners who emigrated to Georgia, 1734-1775, with country of 
origin given. 

1774-1775 
See no 21. 




BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 83 

FLORIDA 

1538-1559 

Spain. Archivo General de Indias, Seville. Catdlogo de Pasajeros a Indias 
durante los Siglos xvi, xvn y xvm Redactado por el Personal Facidtativo 
del Archivo General de Indias bajo la Direccion del Director del Mismo 
Don Cristobal Bermudez Plata ( Sevilla, Imprenta Editorial de la Gavidia 
1940-1946) 3 vols 241 

From documents in the Archivo covering the period 1509-1790. 

Vol i, 1509-1534; vol n, 1535-1538; vol in, 1539-1559. Vol i supersedes an ed 
covering the years 1509-1533 published at the expense of La Inspection General de 
Emigration del Ministerio de Trabajo y Prevision ( Madrid, Imprenta Espasa-Calpe, 
S. A. 1930). 

A chronological list of passengers en route to Spanish America (including Florida 
and Louisiana between 1538-1559). 

Gives name of emigrant, place of origin, date of departure, destination, and master 
of the ship on which he sailed. 

Contains an index of names, a geographical index giving places of origin and desti- 
nation, and an index of ship masters. 

No ship mentioned. 




BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1538-1825 85 

LOUISIANA 

1538-1559 
See no 241. 

1718-1724 

"Ship Lists of Passengers Leaving France for Louisiana, 1718-1724," The 
Louisiana Historical Quarterly xrv ( 1931 ) 516-520; xv ( 1932) 68-77, 453- 
467; xxi (1938) 965-978 242 

"Transcribed from the copies of the originals obtained in France for the Louisiana 
Historical Society, now in its library in the Cabildo in New Orleans in a bound volume 
entitled 'Louisiane. Passagers. 1718-1724'." Translated by Albert Laplace Dart. Intro- 
duction by Henry P. Dart. 

The fourth installment carries through the period ending Apr 11 1720. No further 
installments have appeared after it and, according to a past editor, none have been 
included in the unpublished numbers of the Quarterly for the period July 1951 - Jan 
1955, now in ms. 

1797 

L. Perez, "French Immigrants to Louisiana 1796-1800," Publications of the 

Southern History Association xi (1907) 106-112 242-1 

A list, extracted from official documents and correspondence, of 99 persons emigrat- 
ing from France to Louisiana in 1797. 
Gives name and age only. 

1813-1837 

Mrs F. O. James, "Passenger Lists Taken from Manifests of the Customs 
Service, Port of New Orleans, 1813-1837," New Orleans Genesis i (1962) 
23-28 243 

A chronological list of passengers who landed at New Orleans during the period 
covered. Gives name of vessel and passenger and date of entry into the manifest book. 
To be contined; vol i no 1 (Jan 1962) records the years 1813-1821 only. 




Appendix I 

Published Lists of Ship Passengers and 
Immigrants after 1825 

THE FOLLOWING are references to published lists of ship pas- 
sengers and immigrants coming to North America after 1825 (and 
usually before 1900 ) which turned up during searches for lists in the 
pre- 1825 period. They are included here because of their obvious 
usefulness to genealogists and historians and as a possible point of 
departure for anyone who may wish to attempt to compile a more 
comprehensive list of them. No claim is made for completeness; in- 
deed, they represent merely random discoveries, and it is quite likely 
that many more are scattered about between the covers of genealogi- 
cal and historical tomes. For the most part, emigrants arriving in 
America after 1825 almost immediately journeyed inland, and 
authors, compilers and editors who have reported such lists have 
usually been more concerned with the final point of settlement than 
with the port at which these immigrants arrived. Consequently, 
these references are grouped under the earliest date of entry and not 
geographically, as the earlier lists are arranged. 

r. j. w. 
1823-1890 

"Tabelle der Auswanderer des 19. Jahrhunderts" (In Robert Morsdorf 
Die Auswanderung aus dem Birkenf elder Land. Bonn, Ludwig Rohrscheid 
Verlag 1939, p 96-174) 244 

An alphabetical register of emigrants from the principality of Birkenfeld during the 
19th century, giving date of departure and point of destination, most frequently Amer- 
ica. Includes a few emigrants between 1823 and 1825. 

1827-1898 

Hewitt L. Foryth and Ervin Peter Smith, Sr, "Naturalization Record Index, 
New Orleans, Louisian," New Orleans Genesis i (1962) 4-7, 120-124, 221- 
226 245 

An index of persons naturalized in New Orleans during the period covered. 
Names arranged alphabetically according to their respective volumes. 

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88 SHIP PASSENGER LISTS 

Published Lists of Ship Passengers and Immigrants after 1825, continued 

1830 

Mary P. Lord, "Passenger List, Liverpool, England, 1830," The New Eng- 
land Historical and Genealogical Register xcin ( 1939 ) 298-300 246 

Contains the names of 109 passengers who sailed from Liverpool England in 1830 
on the Mexico, Actor P. Patterson of Kennebunkport, Me, captain. The original list 
is in the possession of the author, a granddaughter of Captain Patterson. 

Gives name, former place of residence, nationality, age, occupation, and height of 
each immigrant. 

• ^H 

Fritz Braun, "Auswanderer auf dem Schifl 'Elizabeth' Bremen-New York 
1832," Mitteilungen zur Wanderungsgeschichte der Pfdlzer (Beilage zu 
Pfalzische Familien- und Wappenkunde) folge 9 (1957) 61-68 247 

From the original list in the National Archives, Washington. 

Contains the names of emigrants from the Palatine — including many Mennonites 
— and groups them under village or town from whence they came. Gives name and 
age of each emigrant and of his family and frequently identifies the area where he 
settled. 

1832-1849 

Friedrich Spengemann, Die Reisen der Segelfregatten "Isabella" "Pauline" 
"Meta" und "Uhland" nach Nordamerika. Nach Kapitan Jiirgen Meyers 
Bordbuch (Bremen, Buchdruckerei Vahland & Co 1937) 136 p 248 

Contains lists of passengers on the Isabella, 1832-1839, the Pauline, 1839-1842, the 
Meta, 1842, and the Uhland, 1849, bound between Bremen and New York or Breman 
and New Orleans. 

Gives name, age, and place of origin. 

1832-1903 

Fritz Braun, Auswanderer aus der Mennonitegemeinde Friedsheim im 
19. Jahrhundert ( Ludwigshaf en am Rhein, Richard Louis Verlag 1956) 
28 p 249 

Heft 1 of Schriften zur Wanderungsgeschichte der Pfdlzer. 

An alphabetical list of Mennonites from the area of Friedelsheim during the period 
covered, giving place and date of birth of each emigrant and of his family and the 
area where he eventually settled. 

Reprinted from Mitteilungen zur Wanderungsgeschichte der Pfdlzer ( Beilage zu 
Pfalzische Familien- und Wappenkunde) folge 1-4 (1955) 1-16, 17-28. 

1833 

Fritz Braun, "Auswanderer auf dem Schifl 'Logan' Le Havre-New York 
1833," Mitteilungen zur Wanderungsgeschichte der Pfdlzer (Beilage zu 
Pfalzische Familien- und Wappenkunde) folge 10 ( 1957 ) 69-76 250 



APPENDIX I 89 

From the original list in the National Archives, Washington. 

The passenger list of the Logan which sailed from Le Havre on May 1 1833 and 
landed at New York on June 20. Contains 132 passengers alphabetically arranged. 

Gives name of emigrant, his age, occupation, and geographical origin, and frequently 
identifies the place where he settled. 

1834 

[Passenger manifest of the ship Atlantic, 1834] (In The Story of Shanes. 
New York, W. & J. Sloane 1950, p 9 ) 251 

Photostat illustration of the custom record of the Port of New York, probably now 
in the National Archives, Washington. 

Gives 73 names, together with age, sex, occupation, the country of origin, and the 
country of intended settlement for each passenger. 

1836 

Louis C. Cramton, "Passenger List of the 'Sarah Sheaffe', May, 1836," The 
Detroit Society for Genealogical Research Magazine v (1942) 208 252 

A copy of a list attached to a letter from Robert Taylor of Philadelphia to Messrs 
Abraham Bell & Co, New York, and postmarked "Phila 8 Jul." in the possession of 
the author. 

Lists 60 passengers arriving at Philadelphia from Belfast via New York, May 1836, 
together with the charges for their baggage. 

John J. Raven, "Families in Fressingfield, Eng., 1836, Wishing to Emigrate 
to America," The New England Historical and Genealogical Register xlix 
(1895) 337-338 253 

From parish records of Fressingfield, Suffolk, England. 

A list of 35 persons who were loaned money by the parish for the purpose of 
emigrating to America. Gives name and age only. 
No ship mentioned. 

1836-1837 

Henry J. Cadbury, "Four Immigrant Shiploads of 1836 and 1837," The 
Norwegian- American Historical Association Studies and Records n ( 1927) 
20-52 254 

From documents formerly in the New York Customs House, now in the National 
Archives, Washington. 

Contains a total of 342 passengers on the Norden, den Norske Klippe, Aegir and 
Enigheden which arrived in New York in 1836 and 1837. 

Gives name, age, sex, and occupation of each passenger. 

1840 

C. A. Clausen, "An Immigrant Shipload of 1840," Norwegian- American 
Studies and Records xiv (1944) 54-77 255 

P 63-64 contain a manifest of passengers on board the ship Emelie which sailed 
from Drammen for Goteborg en route to New York where it arrived on Aug 12 1840. 



90 SHIP PASSENGER LISTS 

Published Lists of Ship Passengers and Immigrants after 1825, continued 

From a document formerly in the archives of the New York Customs House, now 
in the National Archives, Washington. 

Contains 89 names, with the age, sex, occupation, and country of origin of each 
emigrant, and the country of intended settlement ( "Missouri" indicated for the majority 
of passengers ) . 

1840-1860 

Joseph Scheben, Untersuchungen zur Methode und Technik der Deutsch- 
amerikanischen Wanderungsforschung an Hand eines Vergleichs der 
Volkszahlungslisten der Township Westphalia, Clinton County, Michigan, 
vom Jahre 1860 mit Auswanderungsakten des Kreises Adenau (Rhineland); 
mit Mehreren Tabellen, Diagrammen, Kartenskizzen und Kartogrammen, 
sowie einem Text- und Brief anhang (Bonn, Ludwig Rohrscheid Verlag 
1939) 155 p, 4 tables 256 

Heft 3 of Forschungen zur Rheinischen Auswanderung. 

A study of emigration from Adenau to America during the period covered as shown 
through a comparison of a census of Westphalia Township, Clinton County, Michigan, 
taken in 1860, with emigration acts of Adenau from 1840 on. 

Gives name and national origin of all residents of the township in 1860 and name 
and place of birth of all immigrants from Adenau. 

No ship mentioned. 

1842 

Lucy Mary Kellogg, "Ship List of the Orient, 19 May 1842," The Detroit 
Society for Genealogical Research Magazine xxvi ( 1962 ) 63-64 257 

From records of the Port of New York in the National Archives, Washington. 

One hundred and eighty-eight passengers on the Orient which left Falmouth, Eng- 
land, May 19 1842 destined for New York. Contains name, age, and occupation of 
each emigrant. 

Eilish Ellis, "State-Aided Emigration Schemes from Crown Estates in 
Ireland c. 1850," Analecta Hibernia xxn ( 1960) 329-394 258 

From documents in the Quit Rent Office, Dublin. 

P 339-347 contain a list of emigrants from Ballykilcline to New York via Dublin 
and Liverpool, 1847-1848; p 354-367 contain emigrants from Irvilloughter and Bough- 
hill to New York and Quebec, 1848^1849; p 372-379 list emigrants from King- 
williamstown Estate to New York via Cork and Liverpool, 1849-1855; p 382 contains 
the names of emigrants from Castlemaine to New York via Liverpool, 1848-1851; 
and p 384-385 emigrants from Kilconcouse to New York via Dublin and Liverpool, 
1852. 

Gives name, age, occupation, place of settlement, date of departure, and date of 
arrival for each emigrant. 

1850 

"Passenger List of Ship 'Catherine,'" Michigan Heritage n (1960) 15-16 

259 



APPENDIX I 91 

A list of 29 passengers sailing from Amsterdam to New York, August 14 - Sept 17 
1850, giving age, birthplace, and occupation of each emigrant. They afterwards 
migrated to Kalamazoo, Mich. 

From a letter given to Messrs L. Hensen & Co, Amsterdam, by Anna B. den Bleyker, 
a relative of one of the passengers. 

1850-1882 

Karl Friedrich von Frank, "Auswanderer aus Goisern nach Nordamerika 

1850 bis 1882," Senftenegger Monatsblatt fur Genealogie und Heraldik in 

(1955-1956) 233-240 260 

An alphabetical list of emigrants from the Austrian village of Goisern to America 
during the period covered. Gives name, birth date, and date of departure. 
No ship mentioned. 

1857-1889 

J. Walters cheid, Auswanderer aus dem Siegkreis (Bonn, Ludwig Rohr- 
scheid Verlag 1939) 104 p 261 

Heft 2 of Forschungen zur Rheinischen Auswanderung. 

From documents in the Staatsarchiv, Dusseldorf. 

A list of emigrants from the area of the present province of North Rhine-Westphalia 
during the period covered. Emigrants listed chronologically under the towns and 
villages from where they departed. Gives name and place and date of birth of each 
emigrant and of his family and the place of eventual settlement. 

No ship mentioned. 

1878 

"A Passenger List of Mennonite Immigrants from Russia in 1878," The 
Mennonite Quarterly Review xv (1941) 263-276 262 

From a document in the Mennonite Historical Library at Goshen College. 

A list of steerage passengers on the North German Lloyd steamer Strassburg from 
Bremen to New York June 18 1878. 

Gives name, place of origin, and place of intended settlement, usually Kansas, 
Nebraska, Minnesota, or Dakota. 




Appendix II 

Passenger Arrival Records in 
the National Archives * 

By Frank E. Bridgers 

( Republished in a slightly revised form from the National 
Genealogical Society Quarterly l no 1 September 1962) 

PASSENGER LISTS in the National Archives relate to various 
United States ports on the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico. 2 Table A 
shows by name of port or district passenger lists preserved in the 
National Archives for the period 1819-1945 and the inclusive dates 
of each type of list. These lists fall within two major groups, customs 
passenger lists and immigration passenger lists, depending upon 
whether they were transferred from the Bureau of Customs of the 
Department of the Treasury or from the Immigration and Natural- 
ization Service of the Department of Justice. 

Customs passenger lists, the majority of which have been micro- 
filmed, consist of original lists, copies of lists, abstracts of lists, and 
State Department transcripts. The original lists were prepared by 
masters of vessels who were required by federal law to submit to the 
collectors of customs lists of passengers boarding their vessels at 
foreign ports. The collectors of customs were then required to furnish 
quarterly copies or abstracts of the originals to the Secretary of State 
who was to make a report to Congress at each of its sessions. The 
transcripts were apparently prepared by the State Department from 

1 The phrase "Passenger Arrival Records" is used here in order to cover not only 
passenger lists and related indexes but also lists of aliens and cargo manifests. 

The examination of passenger arrival records did not extend to records less than 
50 years old because of restrictions on their use by the public. 

2 The passenger lists in the National Archives do include a few lists for Great Lakes 
ports, namely, one for Rochester and a list in duplicate for Sandusky. 

There are no passenger arrival records in the National Archives for Pacific Coast 
ports. A fire of May 4 1851 destroyed records of the port of San Francisco that had 
accumulated from 1849 when it was established as a port of entry of the United States. 
A fire of August 18 1940 at Angel Island, California, destroyed lists of passengers 
arriving in San Francisco, 1851-1936. 

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94 SHIP PASSENGER LISTS 

copies or abstracts of lists sent to the Secretary of State by the collec- 
tors of customs. 

As of 1 July 1962 all immigration passenger lists were in the fonn 
of negative microfilm only. Positive prints of the rolls reproducing 
such lists over 50 years old are being prepared for reference purposes. 
( The rolls reproducing such lists less than 50 years old are not avail- 
able for reference purposes. ) 

In addition to customs passenger lists and immigration passenger 
lists, passenger arrival records in the National Archives include lists 
of aliens, 1798-1800, for Salem and Beverly, Massachusetts, and 
cargo manifests, ca 1800-1819, for Alexandria, Virginia, and Phila- 
delphia, and fragmentary manifests for a few other ports for the 
same period. Some cargo manifests contain names of passengers. 

Passenger arrival records in the National Archives also include 
card indexes to the names on some of the customs passenger lists 
and card and book indexes to the names on some of the immigration 
passenger lists. Many of these indexes have been microfilmed. Micro- 
film copies of the card indexes to the names on some of the immi- 
gration passenger lists are occasionally illegible. Table B shows by 
name of port the dates covered by each type of index. As of 1 July 
1962 all card indexes for both customs and immigration passenger 
lists were in the form of positive microfilm, except for the customs 
card indexes for the ports of New Bedford, Massachusetts, 1875- 
1899, and New Orleans, 1900-1902, and the immigration card index 
for Miami, Florida, 30 December 1929 - 23 February 1942. Of the 
book indexes to the immigration passenger lists, only those for the 
port of New York, 1906-1915, had been placed on positive microfilm 
as of 1 July 1962. 

The card indexes to the names on the passenger lists are arranged 
alphabetically by name of passenger. The book indexes are arranged 
— with some variations — by name of steamship line, then by date 
of vessel arrival, and lastly by surname of passenger. 

The customs passenger lists and related indexes or microfilm 
copies of them are available for examination in the search rooms of 
the National Archives. (When the lists and related indexes are being 



APPENDIX II 95 

repaired or microfilmed they are not available for consultation. ) As 
positive microfilm copies of the indexes to the immigration passenger 
lists are completed, they can likewise be examined in the search rooms 
of the National Archives provided all entries on each roll relate to 
lists over 50 years old. 

The National Archives will search the customs passenger lists if, 
in addition to the name of the passenger and the port of entry, the 
requesting person supplies the name of the vessel and the approxi- 
mate date of its arrival or the name of the port of embarkation and 
the exact date of its arrival. It will also search the immigration pas- 
senger lists over 50 years old provided the information is needed for 
genealogical purposes 3 and provided the name of the passenger, 
the port of entry, the name of the vessel, and the exact date of arrival 
can be furnished. The National Archives will also examine indexes 
to the names on the customs passenger lists if the name of the pas- 
senger, the port of entry, and the supposed year of arrival can be 
given. Similarly, it will search the indexes to the immigration passen- 
ger lists provided the name of the passenger, the port of entry, and 
the supposed year of arrival can be given and provided the requested 
information is needed for genealogical purposes and the relevant 
indexes are legible. 



3 Persons needing information from immigration passenger lists for legal purposes 
should write to the Immigration and Naturalization Service. Forms for requesting the 
information are available from the nearest district office of the Service. The locations 
of district offices can be supplied by any postmaster. 



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Index of Authors and Contributors 



NUMBERS refer to items, not pages. The index includes titles of unsigned 
articles appearing in magazines and of anonymous books. 



Adams, Arthur 8 

Adams, Nathaniel 31 

Adler, Cyrus 1 

Alger, Arthur M. 57 

"American Passenger Lists, 1804-6" 26 

Ames, Azel 33C 

Anderson, Rasmus B. 107-107 A 

Appleton, William S. 48 

Armstrong, Edward 119 A 

Aspinwall, Algernon Aikin 33 B 

Bailey, Rosalie Fellows 83 

Balderston, Marion 1 20 

Banks, Charles Edward 5 34-35 39 53A 

Battle, J. H. 117 122 

Bellinger, Lyle Frederick 99 

Bergen, Van Brunt 84 

Blegen, Theodore 107 B 

Boer, Louis P. de 195 

Bolton, Charles Knowles 32 

Bolton, Ethel Stanwood 63-63A 

Boogher, William Fletcher 225 

Boston. Registry Department A Volume 
of Records Relating to the Early His- 
tory of Boston Containing Miscellane- 
ous Papers 64 

Bowman, William Dodgson 11 

Boys, William 46B 

Bradford, William 33 

Braun, Fritz 139-139B 148-148C 173 
247 249-250 

Bristol, England Bristol and America 11 

Brock, R. A. 224 

Brown, Charlotte C. 113B 

Browning, Charles H. 123 

Brumbaugh, Gaius Marcus 131 

Cadbury, Henry J. 254 
Calder, Isabel MacBeath 71 
Cameron, Viola Root 21 
Camp, Anthony J. 10 
Campbell, Colin 61 
Childs, St Julien R. 233A 
Clarke, Louise Brownell 49 
Clausen, C. A. 255 
Cogwill, E. B. 119B 



Colonial Records of Virginia 208-1 

"Communication from Governor Francis 
Nicholson of Virginia Regarding Hu- 
guenot Refugees on Board Ship 'Mary 
and Ann' " 222 

Cook, Lewis D. 11 OB 

Cope, Gilbert 124 A 

Corbit, W. F. 130 

Coulter, E. Merton 239-240 

Cox, John, Jr 54A 

Cramton, Louis C. 252 

Curry, Kate Singer 207 

Dart, Albert Laplace 242 

Dart, Henry P. 242 

de Boer, Louis P. 195 

"Deutsche Einzeleinwanderer und Fam- 

ilien in Neu-Niederland" 73 
Differderffer, Frank Reid 142 
Donovan, George Francis 36 
Drake, Samuel G. 43A-44B 
Dunlap, A. R. 196 

Early, Charles Montague 28 

"Early Irish Emigrants to America, 1803- 

1806" 25 
"Early Swiss Settlers" 153 
Egle, William Henry 145 
"Einwanderer in Pennsylvania vor 1700" 

116 
Ellis, Eilish 258 
"Emigrants in the Hercules of Sandwich" 

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Evjen, John O. 77 

Farmer, John 43 68 

Faust, Albert Bernhardt 1 31 

Fernow, Berthold 81 85 108 

Fields, S.Helen 113 

"First Settlers of New Hampshire" 31 

Fogg, John S. H. 57 

"Foreign Protestants for Carolina in 1679" 

233 
Forsyth, Hewitt L. 245 
Fothergill, Gerald 13 20-20A 23-24 



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SHIP PASSENGER LISTS 



Index of Authors and Contributors, cont'd 

France, R. Sharpe 220 
Frank, Karl Friedrich von 260 
Freeman, Wallace R. 103 
French, Elizabeth 14-14 A 
Fries, Adelaide L. 231 240-1 
Froehlich, Hugo 158-1 58 A 
Futhey, J. Smith 124 A 

Gammon, William J. 230 
Gerber, Adolf 133-135 137 
Gillingham, Harrold E. 157 
Giuseppi, Montague Spencer 19 
Glasgow, William Melancthon 113 A 
Goodwin, John A. 34B 
Gookin, Frederick William 214 
Greer, George Cabell 216 

Hackett, J. Dominick 27-27 A 

Harding, N. Dermott 11 

Hargreaves-Mawdsley, R. 11 

Hasbrouck, Kenneth E. 87 

Havens, Henry H. 104 

Hiden, Martha Woodroof 210 219 

Hill, Mrs Georgie A. 67 

Hills, Leon Clark 34C 37 

Hinke, William John 146-147 153 179- 

180 
Hoffman, William J. 16 82 
Hollander, Jacob Harry 18 
Holman, Winifred Lovering 213 
Hotten, John Camden 1 
Hiihner, Leon 102 
Hull, William 1. 127 

Immigrants to America before 1750" 2 

Ireland, Gordon 55 1 99 

Ireland, Northern. Public Record Office 
Report of the Deputy Keeper of the 
Records for the year 1929 26 

Ives, J. Moss 198B 

James, Mrs F. O. 243 
Jamieson, J. Franklin 78B 
Jervey, Theodore D. 235 
Jester, Annie Lash 210 
Jewett, Vivian Holland 229 
Jewson, Charles Boardman 51 
Johnson, Robert G. 110 A 111 
Jones, William Macfarlane 221 226 
Jordan, John W. 155 164 



Keen, G. B. 193-194 

Kelker, Luther R. 189 

Kellogg, Lucy Mary 257 

King, Mrs W. W. 228 

Knittle, Walter Allen 90-91 A 93 94A 97 

Koehler, Albert F. 112 

Koger, Marvin V. 144 

Krebs, Friedrich 17 132 139-141 150- 

152 156 159 162-163 167-172 174- 

178 181-182 
Kuhns, Maude Pinney 41 

Langguth, Otto 136-136 A 

Lea, J. Henry 56 

LeFevre, Ralph 87 A 

"Lijst van Eenige Koloniers door Kiliaen 
Van Rensselaer in de Jaren 1636-1642 
uit het Vaderland naar Zijne Kolonie 
Gezonden" 79 

Lilly, Mrs Grant E. 223 

Lindsay, Margaret B. 113B 

"List of Arrivals per 'Pennsylvania Packet,' 
1775" 187 

"A List of German Emigrants, 1773" 1 86 

"List of German Passengers Arrived in 
the Port, Philadelphia, in the Ship Mar- 
garet, from Amsterdam, C. E. Gardner, 
Master, September 19th, 1804. As 
Taken from the Original Immigrant 
List on File in the Division of Public 
Records, Harrisburg, Pa." J 91 

"List of Passengers, 1654 to 1664" 83 

"List of Passengers to America. From 
Authentic Sources" 33D 

List of Passengers Who Came to Plym- 
outh in The "Mayflower" on Her First 
Trip in 1620 33F 

"List of Servants Who Sailed from Dub- 
lin February 25th 1746/7 on the 
Euryal, and Arrived at Philadelphia 
April 11th" 1 66 

"List of the Pilgrims of the 'Welcome' ' 
119 

"Lists of Germans from the Palatinate 
Who Came to England in 1709" 91 

"Lists of the Livinge & the Dead in Vir- 
ginia February 16, 1623" 208-1 

Locke, John G. 38 

Lohr, Otto i 16 

Lord, Mary P. 246 

Lorenz, Margaret MacKinnon 11 

"A Lyst of Pasingers Abord the Speed- 
well of London, Robert Lock Master, 
Bound for New England" 54 



INDEX OF AUTHORS AND CONTRIBUTORS 



103 



McCracken, George E. 121 

MacWethy, Lou D. 90A 92 95A 96A 
97 A 98A-99 

Marshall, William Forbes 6 

"Mayflower Descendents and Their Mar- 
riages" 33G 

"The Mayflower Series of Papers: 2" 
33E 

Middlebrook, Louis F. 160 

"Minutes of the Council and General 
Court, 1622-1624" 215 

Morsdoif, Robert 15 244 

Moore, Charles B. 7 

"Moravian Brethren in Heidelberg, 1752" 
180 

"Moravian Pioneers in the Swatara Val- 
ley, 1752" 179 

Morton, Oren F. 228A 

"Muster of Inhabitants in Virginia. Taken 
in 1625. Total, 1,095. The Muster of 
the Inhabitants at Wariscoyack, Taken 
the 7th of February, 1625" 212 

Myers, Albert Cook 125-126 

"Names and Occupations of Newburgh 

Palatines" 90B 
"Naturalization of Maryland Settlers in 

Pennsylvania" 206 
"Naturalizations, Germantown, Pa. 3/7/ 

1691/92" 129 
Neible, George W. 165 
Neill, Edward Duffield 198C 201 211 
Nelson, William 109 
Newman, Harry Wright 198 A 
Newsome, A. R. 23 2-232 A 
Nicholson, Cregoe D. P. 12 
Nugent, Nell Marion 208 

"The Oath of Abjuration, 1715-1716" 

98-1 
O'Brien, Michael J. 66 216 A 
O'Callaghan, Edmund Bailey 75-75A 78 

86 88 90C 95 96 98 100 197 
Odhner, C. T. 193 

"A Partial List of the Families Who 
Arrived at Philadelphia between 1682 
and 1687. With the Dates of Their 
Arrival" 1 24 

"A Partial List of the Families Who Re- 
sided in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, 
Prior to 1687" 117 A ' 

"A Passenger List of Mennonite Immi- 
grants from Russia in 1878" 262 



"Passenger List of Ship 'Catherine' " 259 

"Passenger List of the Ship 'Elizabeth' 
Which Arrived at Philadelphia in 1819" 
192 

"Passenger Lists 1657 to 1664" 86A 

[Passenger manifest of the ship Atlantic, 
1834] 251 

[Passenger manifest of the ship Manhat- 
tan, 1820] 106 

"Passengers for New England" 59 62 

"Passengers from the Rhineland to Penn- 
sylvania" 149 

"Passengers of the Mary and John, 1634" 
45 

"Passengers to America" 57 

Patten, Jennie M. 101 

Pennsylvania (Colony). Provincial Coun- 
cil Minutes of the Provincial Council 
of Pennsylvania from the Organization 
to the Termination of the Proprietary 
Government 138-138 A 

Perez, L. 242-1 

Perry, William Stevens 226 A 

"Persons Naturalized in the Province of 
Pennsylvania" 161 

Potter, Elisha R. 69 

Prindle, Paul W.J 7-1 

Putnam, Eben 46 

Raskob, John Jacob 198 

Raven, John J. 253 

Ravenel, Daniel 234 

"Record of Indentures of Individuals 
Bound Out as Apprentices, Servants, 
Etc. and of German and Other Re- 
demptioners in the Office of the Mayor 
of the Citv of Philadelphia, October 3, 
1771, to October 5, 1773" 184 

Redstone, Vincent B. 9 

Revill, Janie 238 

Richardson, Hester Dorsev 198D 202 A 
203A 

Rider, Sidney S. 70 

Ritz, Albrecht 1 6-1 19-1 

Roberts, Charles R. 143 

Rogers, Albert R. 40 

"The Roll off Those Who Haue Taken the 
Oath of Allegiance in the Kings County 
in the Province of New Yorke the 26: 
27: 28: 29: and 30 Day off September 
in the Third Yeare of His May tsb 
Raigne Annoq ue Domine 1687" 88 A 

Rupp, Daniel Israel 144 



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SHIP PASSENGER LISTS 



Index of Authors and Contributors, cont'd 

"The Sailing of the Ship 'Submission' in 
the Year 1682, with a True Copy of the 
Vessel's Log" 118 

Savage, James 46B 47 

Saye, Albert B. 240 

Scharf, J. Thomas 198E 200 202 203 
205 

Scheben, Joseph 256 

Schermerhorn, Richard, Jr 74 

Schermerhorn, William E. Ill A 

"Scotch Prisoners Sent to Massachusetts 
in 1652, by Order of the English Gov- 
ernment" 53 

Scott, William Wallace 227 

Seacord, Morgan H. 89 

Sherwood, George 4 

"Ship Lists of Passengers Leaving France 
for Louisiana, 1718-1724" 242 

Shurtleff, Nathaniel Bradstreet 33A 

Sickler, Joseph S. 110 

Simmendinger, Ulrich 94 

Smith, Ervin Peter, Sr 245 

Smith, Henry A. M. 236 

Smith, R. G. 183 

Smith, Samuel 111 

Somerby, H. G. 217 

Spain. Archivo General de Indias, Seville 
Catdlogo de Pasajeros a Indias durante 
los Sighs XVI, XVII y XVIII 241 

Spencer, Wilbur D. 30 

Spengemann, Friedrich 248 

Stanard, William Glover 218 

Stapleton, Ammon 1 28 

Steinemann, Ernst 154 

Stevens, Henry 52 

Stevenson, John R. 115 



Stewart, Robert Armistead 208 
The Story of Sloanes 251 
Strassburger, Ralph Beaver 146 

Thwing, Annie Haven 50 

"Time of the Arrival in New England of 

the Following Ministers" 42 
Tyler, Lyon Gardiner 209 

United States. State Department Letter 
from the Secretary of State, with a 
Transcript of the List of Passengers 
Who Arrived in the United States from 
the 1st October, 1819, to the 30th Sep- 
tember, 1820 29 

United States. Work Projects Administra- 
tion Index to Records of Aliens' Dec- 
larations of Intention and/or Oaths of 
Allegiance, 1 789-1 880 1 88 

Van Laer, Arnold Johan Ferdinand 76 80 
"Van Tienhoven's Answer to the Ver- 

toogh" 78 A 
"Various Sailings from Scotland to Boston 

between 1716 and 1766" 65 
Virkus, Frederick A. 3 
Voigt, Gilbert P. 237 

Walterscheid, J. 261 

Waters, Henry F. 57-58 60-60A 

Weber, Ludwig 153 

Wells, Frederic Palmer 102-1 

White, Frank F., Jr 204 

Whitehead, William A. 113C 

Wodrow, Robert 114 

Wolfe, Richard J. 1 02 105 

Yoder, Don 22 135-136 151 154 158 
172 190 



Index of Ship Names 



THIS is an analytical index to the sources listed in the preceding bibliog- 
raphy. An example will suffice to show how the entries have been made. 
After Belinda the numerals 165 ( 32: 92-96) stand for volume 32, pages 92- 
96 of item 165 in the bibliography (which is George W. Neible's "Servants 
and Apprentices Bound and Assigned before James Hamilton Mayor of 
Philadelphia 1745," printed in volumes 30-32 of The Pennsylvania Maga- 
zine of History and Biography ) . 

Names spelled in several different ways but similar phonetically, as 
Abigail, also spelled Abigal, Abbigal, Abigale, are entered under the 
accepted modern spelling. Authorities used were J. B. Lippincott's Gazet- 
teer, 1893, for place names and Flora H. Loughhead's Dictionary of Given 
Names, 1934, for personal names. 



Abaellino 29(247) 

Abeona 29(16) 

Abigail 1(73, 87, 92, 96-100, 201, 206, 
209, 212, 215, 220-224, 227, 229, 231, 
233, 238, 240-242, 248, 253, 256, 258- 
262); (108); 2(9, 17, 35, 40, 76- 
77, 79-80, 133, 154, 207-208); 5(1, 
6, 12, 19, 32, 36-37, 48, 52, 99, 108, 
113, 168-169, 171); 7(73); 8(38); 
11 ( 182); 29(55, 142, 229, 242); 30 
(150); 35(59, 161); 36(36, 40); 44 
(28, 31-33, 35-38); 44A( 313-320); 
47(8:262, 264-269); 64(245, 249, 
251, 260, 266, 280, 284, 301, 316); 210 
(5, 11, 14, 17, 20, 25-29, 32, 34, 36, 
39, 43-47, 53, 58, 61-63, 64-66); 211 
(73-74); 212(217-218) 

Abraham 1(138); 2(28, 41, 71); 30 
(19); 217(15:146) 

Abraham & Francis 12(12:381, 404-406, 
441-442, 479; 13:48, 78-79) 

Abraham & Isaac 11 ( 164, 168) 

Abraham & Mary 11(174-175) 

Aeolus 145(645) 

Active 20(114, 116); 20A(64:314, 316); 
24(60:346); 28(206); 29(18, 87, 99) 

Actress 28(206); 29(16) 

Adallio 29(256) 

Addam 1(241); 2(212); 210(46); 212 
(217) 

Adela 29(239) 

l'Adele 29(41,98) 

Adeline 29(32, 41, 179, 219) 



Admiral Hawk 238(97) 

Adolph 146(3:3, 5) 

Adriana 29(94) 

Adventure 1(362); 2(28, 44, 210); 11 
(145, 173); 12(12:193, 379; 13:49, 
79); 20(69-70, 88, 137, 151-152); 
20A( 63: 343-344; 64:24; 65:30, 125- 
126); 21(35); 29(28); 63(114); 63A 
(65:540); 64(229, 231, 239, 241); 138 
(3:305, 486); J38A(3:288, 455); 144 
(326); 145(430); 146 Galley (1:14); 
I51(6:Springl955, 38) 

Adventure Galley 146(1:15, 83, 85-86, 
600-601,603-604) 

Adventurer 2(10, 80, 195); 20(68, 123- 
124); 20A(63:342; 64:323-324); 63 
(115); 63A(65:541); 143(7, 12); 144 
(53, 78); 145(10, 57) 

Advice 64(249) 

Adze 29(273) 

Aegir 254(39) 

Aeolus 27(82); 27A(June 1929:12; Dec 
1926:31); 28(206); 29(67); 146(3: 
181-182) 

Africa 27(82); 27A(June 1926:10-11) 

1' African 29(109) 

Agawam 29(138) 

Agnes 29(84, 114); 185(33:475) 

Agreement 11(94, 137-139, 143-144, 
160-161, 165, 167-168); 199(73) 

Agricola 29(287) 

Ajax 21(72); 29(203); 232(13); 232A 
(51) 

Akin Alexander 27A( Dec 1926:23) 



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Index of Ship Names, continued 

Alabama 29(24) 

Albany 2(10); 135(157-158); 138(3: 

347); 138A(3:329); 144(56, 193); 

145(14,280); 146(1:20-21,394); 151 

(6: Spring 1955, 37) 
Albert 29(57, 74, 144, 205, 217, 221) 
Albion 20(45^6, 48, 50); 20 A (63: 135- 

136, 138, 140); 29(9, 109-110) 
Aleine 29(51) 
Alert 29(146, 175,213) 
Alexander 1(73); 2(151, 182, 207); 4 

(ser 1:72); 11(160); 27(82); 21 A 

(Dec 1926:32); 29(26, 33, 37, 42, 98, 

179, 182, 224, 239, 242); 44(105); 

44A(352); 63(13); 63A(63:189); 185 

(33:475) 
Alexander & Ann 138(3:410); 138A(3: 

386); 144(64); 145(21); 146(1:34-35) 
Alexander Ann 2(92) 
Alexander Mansfield 29(137-138) 
Alexandria 22(82); 29(227); 243(27) 
Alexis 24(61:269) 
Alfred 29(235) 

Algernon 27(82); 27 A( June 1926:5-6 
Alice 1(109); 2(17, 91); 8(38); 217(5: 

61) 
Alithea 11(162, 164, 167, 174); 199(73) 

See also Althea. 
Allen 2(52); 63(20); 63A(63:272); 64 

(233); 138(3:391); 138A(3:368); 144 

(60); 145(18); 146(1:27, 29-30) 
Alligator 29(262) 
Almira 29(61) 
Alonzo 29(139, 227) 
Alpha 28(206); 29(138) 
Alpha & Omega 29(55) 
Althea 11(157-158) See also Alithea. 
Amazon 29(21, 157-158, 180, 283); 64 

(292) 
Ambrose 1(256); 35(65); 39(33-34); 

210(61) 
Ambuscade 29(15, 271) 
Amelia 20(12, 89); 20A(62:250; 64: 

106); 29(125) 
America 1(95); 2(85, 101, 103, 127, 

164); 11(175-176); 20(94); 20A(64: 

110); 29(53, 257); 36(36, 40); 64 

262, 264, 266, 268, 277, 281, 283, 287, 

292, 294, 299, 302, 305, 310, 313-314, 

317); 124(339); 124A(24); 144(394); 

145(495, 556, 567, 575); 146(1:733; 

3:49, 82, 90, 96); 189(194); 217(3: 

388) 



American 24(60:161; 61:135, 268) 
American Merchant 2(19); 11(159, 162, 

165, 173, 175-176); 201(202) 
Amherst 20(57); 20A(63:234); 63(24); 

63 A( 63: 276); 64(290, 303) 
Amiable Creole 145(578); 146(3:100) 
Amiable Matilda 145(559); 146(3:100) 
Amity 1(134); 2(171); 11(169, 173); 

29(129-130, 249); 44(111); 44 A 

(356); 63(28, 104, 219); 63A(63:280; 

65:128; 67:323); 64(232); 65(14); 

117(676); 11.7A(231); 124(340); 

124A(24) 
Amphion 28(205); 29(90) 
Amsterdam Packet 145(532); 146(3:34) 
Anderson 2(12, 114); 135(142, 153, 163, 

169, 182, 202-204, 231); 144(232, 

246, 280); 145(315, 328, 359); 146 
(1:435, 450, 488); 151 (7: Spring 1956, 
39); 154(189, 195); 171(31); 174(9) 

Andes 29(245) 
Andrew Jackson 29(13, 104) 
Andromache 29(10, 58); 67(208) 
Angel Gabriel 2(59, 122); 5(5, 87); 11 

(165-166); 30(112); 35(160); 199 

(73) 
Angelina 29(29) 
1' Angle 29(39) 
Ann l(xxix, 211, 230-231, 239, 246- 

247, 249, 255, 262); 2(51-52, 95, 
129); 20(60, 126, 138); 20 A( 63: 237; 
64:326; 65:31-32); 27(82); 29(9, 
28-29, 88, 159); 36(1, 36); 44B( 121); 
63(212); 63A(67:316); 64(239, 248, 
258-259, 296, 307, 310); 135(146, 
149-150, 170, 184-185, 189, 202, 214, 
217, 237); 144(173-174, 214, 278); 
145(254, 298, 357, 579); 146(1:359, 
361, 416); 146(1:486); 147(108); 
210(15, 35-36, 44, 51-52, 54, 59, 66); 
215(131) 

Ann & Elizabeth 1(70); 2(115, 172, 175, 

182, 184); 44(104); 44A(351-352) ; 

117(680); 117A(233) 
Ann & Jane 2(187) 
Ann & Margaret 36(38); 64(297); 66 

(186) 
Ann & Mary !4A(64:258); 14( 17) 
Ann & Sarah 14(4, 13, 15, 32); 14A(64: 

159,254,256; 65:43) 
Ann Maria 29(13, 285) 
Ann Penney 64(305) 
Ann Rowland 29(285) 
Anna 57(30:42); 64(229, 234, 239); 

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107 



Anna & Mary 64(242) 

Anna Maria 21(182); 29(13); 243(28) 

Annabelle 65(15) 

Anne 2(149); 4(ser 1:11); 5(12-13, 17, 

20, 43, 50, 85, 100, 103, 111, 113, 123, 

132-133, 167); 11(181); 28(205); 34 

(133-165, 175-178); 34 A( 35); 34B 

(242-244, 297^300); 34C( 84-86); 

34D(2); 35(52); 165(30:350, 427, 

432-433; 31:86, 89); 23.9 
Anne & Mary 12(12:270-272, 307, 341, 

519 552) 
Anne & Rebecca 63(71); 63A(64:271) 
Anne & Susa 4(ser 1:32) 
Annes 30(205) 
Annthea Bell 29(86) 
Anntie 2(163) 
Anson 29(141, 219) 
Antelope 2(81, 90, 91); 29(97, 195, 257); 

117(672); 117A(224);124( 329); 124A 

(22); 145(628); 146(3:161-162) 
Antigua Merchant 11(168-169) 
Anton 29(26) 
Antony 29(5) 
Apnes 29(240) 
Apollo 63(206); 63A(67:310); 64(292); 

145(542); 146(3:67) 
Apprentice 64(274) 
Arab 29(225) 
Arabella 2(81, 86, 101); 5(45, 52, 157); 

35(65); 39(25, 30, 35-37, 41, 43-44, 

108); 40(15, 17); 43(137, 139); 44 

(78); 59(407) 
Archangel 30(14) 
Archer 29(217) 
Ardent 24(60:163) 
de Arent. See Eagle. 
Aretas 29(182) 
Aristides 29(215,227) 
Aristo 29(125) 
Aristobulus 29(224) 
Ark 2(27, 38, 58, 84, 161); 4(ser 1:23); 

198(95); 198A-198E 
Armes of Bristol 11 ( 138-139) 
Arms of Norway 75(438); 75A( 135) 

See also het Wapen van Noorwegen. 
Armunda 29(180) 
Arnold 20(61); 20A(63:237) 
Arrethia 29(179) 
Arthur & Mary 11(166, 169, 172) 
Arthurian 29(39) 

Ashton Hall 20(155-156); 20 A( 65: 129) 
Asia 29(180) 
Assistance 12(12:481-482, 516; 13:107- 

108, 145-148, 175-176, 179) 



Assurance 1(110); 2(27, 31, 46, 49, 57, 

77, 101, 107, 125, 127, 129, 131, 134, 

142, 160, 165, 173, 212); 217(5:61) 
Astrea 29(229) 

Athenian 29(34, 231); 243(27) 
Athens 29(161-162) 
Atlanta 27 A( June 1926:18-19); 29(34- 

35) 
Atlantic 24(66:306); 29(87, 105-106, 

115-116, 255); 145(649, 655); 146(3: 

149, 153, 189, 191); 251 
Atrevida 29(268) 
Atticus 29(143) 
Augustine 14(43); 14A(65:169) 
Auntie. See Anntie. 
Aurora 2(56, 98, 129); 29(125, 151); 

135(215); 144(168); 145(250); 146 

(1:352-353) 
Ayres 29(180) 
Azariah 29(24, 153-154) 
Azuba 64(257) 



B 



Bacchus 145(566); 146(3:89) 

Bachelor 1(118); 2(132); 5(31); 21(6); 
44(41); 44A(322); 232(17,25); 232A 
( 130, 138) See also Batchellor. 

Bachelors Delight 1 ( 357 ) 

Bahama 64(232) 

Baily 4(ser 1:57) 

Bainbridge 29(206) 

Balize 29(48) 

Balloon 29(21, 180) 

Baltic 29(180) 

Baltimore 11(143, 159); 12(12:123, 
159); 20(61-62, 125, 161-162); 20A 
63:237-239; 64:325; 65:233-234); 64 
(245,250) 

Baltimore Packet 20(136); 20A(65:29) 

Bannister 2(204); 135(206-207, 225, 
236); 144(340); 145(443); 146(1: 
645-648); 151 (8:Summer 1956, 58) 

Baraco 243(28) 

Barbados Merchant 1(355, 370, 408); 2 
(200); 11(143-144); 12(12:230-232, 
516-517); 14(16); 14A(64:257) 

Barbara 67(207) 

Barbary 29(145) 

Barclay 28(206); 29(41); 135(159, 196, 
203, 220-221); 144(324); 145(429); 
146(1:595, 597-598, 600); 151(7: 
Winter 1956, 38, Spring 1956, 39) 175 
(177-178) 

Barnaby 12(12:160-161, 194) 



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Index of Ship Names, continued 

Barsheba 64(315) 

Batchellor 2(132); 7(76); Ii( 160-163, 
165-166, 176); 35(153); 47(8:271); 
64(314) See also Bachelor. 

Bawley 1 44 (290); 1 45 (368) 

Beanguaze 29(237) 

Bear 2(203); 83(5); 84(181) 

Beaufort 20(116, 170); 20A(64:316; 65: 
242) 

Beaver 2(7, 61); 29(92); 35(202); 64 
(277); 83(5, 10, 17, 27); 84(181- 
182); 86(35, 37, 42); 86 A( 144, 150, 
158) See also de Bever. 

Bee 29(99, 205); 243(27) 

de Beer. See Bear. 

Beginning i(365, 387, 393, 404, 414); 
64(231) 

Beith 20(92); 20 A( 64: 108) 

Belfast 29(17,241) 

Belfast Packet 238(64) 

Belinda 765(32:92-96, 98-99, 237) 

Belisarius 27(82); 27 A( June 1926:14- 
15); 29(5, 145); 67(208); 144(375- 
376) 

Bellar 20(53); 20 A( 63: 142) 

Belle 29(131) 

Belle Savage 29(262) 

Beluga 29(58) 

Belvidere 29(24, 103, 169, 199); J 45 
(583); i 46(3:112, 114) 

Benedict Father 12(12:379) , 

Benedict Leonard 12(12:343-344, 381- 
382, 404-405; 13:47-50, 80) 

Benjamin 11(169); 29(71); 55(388); 56 
(334); 64(316) 

Bennett Galley 2(11-12, 135); 144 
(225); 145(309); 146(1:428); 175 
(181) 

Betsey 2(13, 113, 131, 160); 20(40, 94, 
142-143); 20A(63:27-28; 64:110; 65: 
116); 24(61:136); 29(104, 191-192, 
230, 250); 36(34, 39); 64(245, 247, 
254, 263-264, 266-267, 278-279, 287, 
290-291, 295, 301, 303-305, 307-309, 
313, 315, 317); 135(155, 214, 221); 
i39(39, 42); I39A(5:31; 6:40); i39B 
(7, 16); 141(245); 144(133-134, 371, 
374, 386, 398); 145(188, 473, 476, 
487, 499, 659); 146(1:257-258, 260- 
262, 706, 710, 723, 738; 3:12, 194); 
151 ( 6: Winter 1954-55, 39, Spring 
1955, 37; 8 .-Summer 1956, 58); 152 
(63); 175(180); 185(33:475) 



Betsey & John 36(40); 64(311 ) 

Betsey & Ruth 64(258) 

Betsy Rutledge 189(194) 

Betty 1(320, 320*, 322, 325); 20(52); 
20 A( 63: 142); 64(238, 281) 

Betty Grett. See Gregg. 

Beulah 20(118); 20A(64:318); 135 
(159, 191); 136(228); 144(299); J45 
(380); 146(1:512-513, 515-516); 151 
(8: Summer 1956, 58) 

de Bever 77(184, 421). See also Beaver. 

Beverly 29(225) 

Bevis 1(298); 2(27, 45, 99, 122, 153, 
217, 219); 5(60, 62, 64, 180); 30 
(150); 35(198); 44(60-61); 44A 
(336-337); 47(10:144, 146) 

Bideford 64(284, 288, 311) 

Big Brothers 29(168) 

Bilboa 64(291) 

Bingham 29(67) 

Bird 35(106) 

Birmingham Packet 145(548); J 46(3: 
72) 

Black Prince 20(168); 20A(65:240) 

Blackburn 64(283) 

Blackmore ( 139, 159-160, 163-164, 166- 
167) 

Bland 20(147-148); 20 A( 65: 120) 

Blessing 1(93, 108, 206, 223-224, 351, 
357-358, 362, 368, 388); 2(10, 173); 
4(ser 1:15; ser 2:109); 5(43, 50, 58, 
78); 7(75); 30(17); 35(176); 44(34, 
40); 44A(317, 321); 47(8:267, 270); 
63(99); 63A(65:123); 208(xxix); 210 
(11,28-29, 45) 

Bliederman i45(583); 146(3:111) 

Blizzard 64(270) 

Blooming Rose 29(111) 

Bold Adventure J (298) 

Bolodore 243(25) 

Bolton 1 65 (30: 350-352, 427-429, 431; 
31:83-84, 91) 

Bona Nova 1(201-202, 213-215, 217, 
220, 223-224, 226, 230-236, 239, 244- 
245, 249-250, 252-264); 2(17, 19, 
184, 189); 30(19); 210(5-6, 18-20, 
22, 25, 27, 29-30, 35-36, 38-41, 43, 
49-50, 54-55, 57-61, 63-68); 211(71) 

Bonaventura i(35, 202, 205, 224, 229. 
233, 264); 2(7-9, 31, 54-55, 83, 90, 
98, 147); 210(6, 10, 29, 35, 38); 217 
(2:112) 

Bonaventure Deal 2(179) 

Bonny Bess 2(216); 210(7, 30, 42-43, 
45,49,51); 215(133) 



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109 



Bonny Bessie 1(202, 225, 227, 237-238, 
240, 244, 246) 

de Bonte Koe 2(21, 72); 77(139, 247, 
254, 268, 282, 312, 403, 407, 413, 417, 
424, 431, 433)'; 112(3, 23) See also 
Spotted Cow. 

Booer 29(13) 

Booth 12( 12:306, 308-309, 340, 342- 
343, 379-380, 406, 440; 13:12-13, 47, 
49); 63(189); 63A(67:213) 

Bordeaux 29(105) 

Boscowan 36(35); 64(250, 256, 276, 
305,316) 

Boston 29(241-242); 144(367); 145 
(469); 146(1:702); 172(9) 

Boston Merchant 11(182); 55(388); 63 
(23); 63A(63:275); 64(233) 

Boston Packet 20(57, 75); 20A(63:234, 
349); 64(256, 265, 278, 291, 305, 
312); 145(577); 146(3:99-100) 

Boudain 28(206) 

Bounty 2(71) 

Bourbon 243(25) 

Braddock 29(231) 

Brandt 29(61, 198) 

de Brant van Trogen 77(156, 193, 237, 
359) See also Fire of Troy. 

le Brie 146(3:30) 

Brig 36(35) 

Bright Phoebus 29(105) 

Brilliant 20(53-54); 20 A( 63: 142, 144) 

Brisk 29(38) 

Bristol 28(206); 64(252, 262); 145 
(526); 146(3:22) 

Bristol Comfort 124(333); 124A(23) 

Bristol Factor 2(210); 11(166, 169-170, 
172); 177(673); 117A(225) 

Bristol Merchant 2(8, 147); 11(160-161, 
163-167, 171, 173, 181); 117(672); 
117A(224); 124(336); 124A(23); 199 
(73) 

Bristoll Armes. See Armes of Bristol. 

Britannia 2(21, 25, 47, 90, 121, 189 
203); 14(37); 14A(65:49); 20(114 
133); 20A(64:314; 65:26); 29(18) 
64(236, 246, 267, 275, 282, 284, 295 
297-298, 302, 304, 308); 135(208) 
138(3:441); 138A(3:414); 139(41) 
139A(6:39); 139B( 15); 142(212) 
143(10); 144(67-68, 359, 380, 392 
408); 145(28, 462, 482, 493, 508) 
146(1:47, 51, 53, 692, 717, 730, 749) 
151 (7:Winter 1956, 39; 8:Summer 
1956, 57); 173(13); 182(12); 185 



(33:475-476); 186(113); 238(62, 83, 
128) 

British Liberality 243(27) 

Briton 20(73, 117); 20A(63:347, 64: 
317); 67(209); 232(5, 9); 232A(43, 
47) 

Broken Heart 77(360); 84(182); 86 
(42) 86A(158) 

Brotherhood 2(26, 208); 135(199); 144 
(243); 145(325); 146(1:447); 151 
(6:Spring 1955,38); 174(9) 

Brothers 2(99, 195, 203); 20(73-74); 
20A( 63 .-347-348); 24(61:347); 29 
(105, 266); 135(132, 167, 188, 191, 
198, 207); 136(220); 139(41); 139A 
(5:36); 139B(13); 141(240); 144 
(233, 257, 274, 311, 328); 145(316, 
338, 353, 402, 432, 541, 548); 146(1 
436, 463, 481, 550, 552-553, 609-613 
3:60, 71); 151 (7:Spring 1956, 39) 
169(13); 171(31) 

Brothers Adventure 1 ( 384, 401, 405); 12 
(12:305, 308, 342; 13:11-12) 

Brothers Societv 64(234, 241) 

Brownfish 2(2i); 83(7); 84(181); 86 
(33); 86 A( 142) See also de Bruyn- 
vis. 

Brutus 25 ( 22 ) ; 29 ( 39, 90, 237 ) ; 64 ( 280 ) 

de Bruynvis 2(11); 77(55, 272, 428) 
See also Brownfish. 

Buffalo 29(9, 18, 85, 227, 247) 

Burnaby. See Barnaby. 

Burnham 64(289) 

Bute 64(305) 



Cadmus 29(37-38) 

Caesar 20(44, 93); 20 A( 63: 134; 64: 

110); 185(33:475) 
Calcutta 29(213) 
Cale 64(280) 

Caledonia 29(122, 194, 261) 
Calieta 2(121) 
den Calmar Sleutel 76(817); 77(21) 

See also Key of Calmar. 
Calvert 20(144); 20A( 65: 117-118) 
Calypso 29(47) 

Camden 20(156); 20 A ( 65: 129) 
Cameron 29(247) 
Camillus 29(102) 
Canada 29(24, 179) 
Candide 145(523); 146(1:15-16) 
Canton 145(604); 146(3:130-131) 
Caridao 243(25) 



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Carlen 29(99) 

Carolina 4(ser 2:200); 20(8, 18, 85, 
118, 120); 20A(62:246, 332; 64:21, 
319-320); 29(26, 226); 144(406); 
145(506, 607); 146(1:747; 3:138); 
165(30:350, 431-432); 285(33:475); 
232(3, 6); 232A(41, 44); 243(24) 

Carolina Packet 20(92); 20 A( 64: 108); 
232(6-7, 16); 232A(44-45, 129) 

Caroline 29(48, 92) 

Carrier 29(96, 253) 

Carteret 2(65, 73); 144(172); 145(253); 
146(1:357) 

Cashier 29(88) 

Caspian 29(52) 

Castine Packet 29(142) 

Castle 5(74, 85); 35(191) 

Catherine 2(45, 210); 20(110, 113); 20A 
(64:224, 227); 24(66:30); 29(29-30, 
35-36, 41, 60, 93, 96, 111, 217, 221, 
226, 241, 271); 36(39); 56(333); 63 
(52, 101); 63A(64:28; 65:125); 64 
(247, 307); 66(180); i35(216); 144 
(113, 152, 402, 405, 409, 418); 145 
(146, 227, 502, 505, 509, 518); i46 
(1:197-198, 320-321, 742, 746, 751, 
762; 3:49, 51); 255(230, 233); 164(1: 
167); 165(31:90, 470); 185(33:476); 
243(28); 259 

Catherine & Eliza 29(147-148) 

Cato 20(79-80); 20A( 63: 353-354); 64 
(279); 145(627); 146(3:160) 

Cecilia 64(280); 243(23-25) 

Celeste 243(26) 

Ceres 24(62:170); 28(206); 29(19, 39, 
85-87, 95, 143, 212) 

Chalkley 20(127); 20A(65:20) 

Champion 29(252) 

Chance 2(190); 20(13-14); 20A(62: 
251-252); 21(87); 132(11, 18-19, 
22-24); 135(142, 168, 213); 136(213, 
218); 242(245); 144(350-351, 353, 
355, 370, 373); 145(454, 456, 458, 
472, 475); 1 46(1:682, 685, 688, 705, 
708); 252(6:Winter 1954-55, 39, 
Spring 1955, 38); i52(63); 158(46); 
i58A(61); 259(22-24) 

Channing 258(339-347) 

Charitas 193(464) 

Charity i(202, 221, 230, 237, 252); 5 
(106, 137); 12(166); 29(53-54); 30 
(19, 21); 35(57); 220(6, 26, 35, 42, 
57); 222(73) 



Charles 2(209-210, 231, 233, 240, 249, 
253, 264); 2(85); 4(ser 2:150); 11 
(92, 162); 22(12:162, 194); 29(219) 
30(55); 35(65, 97, 203); 39(33, 45) 
227(674); 227A(229); 224(337) 
124 A( 23); 208 (xxxiii); 220(14-15, 
37-38,45,53,68) 

Charles & Harriot 24(61:267) 

Charles & Henry 29(227) 

Charles Fawcett 28(205-206) 

Charles K. Mallory 29(57, 228) 

Charleston Packet 29(31) 

Charlotta 246(1:339); 247(123) 

Charlotte 2(24, 26, 210); 20(34); 20A 
63:21); 29(92, 248); 63(150); 63A 
66:534); 244(161); 245(239, 596); 
246(3:125-127); 285(33:475) 

Charlotte Corday 29(8, 13, 102, 125, 
272) 

Charlotte Laurence 29 ( 67 ) 

Channing Betsey 2(52); 244(93); 145 
(98) 

Charming Betty 238(3:564); 138A(3: 
524); 246(1:134-136) 

Charming Hannah 64(272, 275, 277, 
281,296,300) 

Charming Molly 2(210); 20(90); 20 A 
(64:106); 36(33-34); 64(254-255, 
257, 264-265, 274, 277, 304, 306, 
315); 244(412, 415); 245(512, 515); 
246(1:754, 758) 

Charming Nancy 2(9, 11, 26, 64, 135, 
168); 20(95); 20A(64:111-112); 36 
(33); 64(254); 243(19); 244(129); 
245(141, 178); 246(1:188, 191-192, 
245-247); 252(7:Spring 1956, 39) 

Charming Peggy 64(295) 

Charming Polly 64(297); 244(110-111) 

Charming Sally 64(245, 263, 288) 

Chase 29(24, 121, 248) 

Chatsworth 29(86) 

Chauncy 29(7, 15, 287) 

Cherub 29(53, 145, 149-150, 213, 216- 
217, 219-220, 223) 

Chester 265(32:99-103, 237-240, 244, 
248, 352, 354, 357) 

Chesterfield 2(40); 235(162-163, 175, 
177, 189, 191-192, 200, 209, 212, 219, 
222, 235); 244(192); 245(279); 146 
(1:393); 269(13) 

Chichester 238(93) 

Christian 2(42); 2(11, 26, 47, 67, 114, 
207); 7(71); 35(129, 139); 44(14); 
44A( 302); 235(232); 244(197-198); 
245(284); 246(1:399); 247(108) 



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Christopher 28(205); 29(191, 225); 47 

(8:252) 
Christy 21(61,87) 
Chudley 30(19) 
Cicero 64(280) 
Cincinnatus 29(123-124) 
Circe 29(245) 
City of Cork 165(31:89-92, 94-98, 100- 

101, 196) 
Clara 29(155) 
Clarissa 29(105) 
Clarissa Ann 243(27) 
Classon 258(340) 
Clement & Job 35(108); 44(69) 
Clementina 21(81, 85); 144(414); 145 

(514); 146(1:757) 
Cleveland 29(70); 165(30:352, 427, 

431,436; 31:85-86) 
Climax 29(56, 146) 
Clio 29(89, 145) 
Clothier 29(131, 183) 
Collector 29(81) 
Colonel G. Armistead 29(21, 88) 
Colonel Ramsay 29(87) 
Columbia 29(28-29, 103, 148, 195, 288); 

145(537, 539, 544, 560, 574, 577); 146 

(3:52, 57-58, 60, 69-70, 94, 98-100); 

189(337) 
Columbus 29(180); 243(28); 258(372- 

379) 
Combine 29(99) 
Comet 29(29, 32, 95, 139, 225-226, 

257); 243(28) 
Comfort 11(164-165, 171-172, 174, 

181); 124(333); I24A(23); 199(73) 
Commerce 21(1-5, 77); 24(61:351); 29 

(20, 38, 125, 141, 227); 64(271, 280, 

293); 103(136); 145(532, 602); i46 

(3:33, 131, 135) 
Commodore Patterson 29(42) 
Commodore Perry 29(78) 
Commodore Porter 29(189) 
Commodore Preble 29(57) 
Conception 243(23) 
Concord J (246); 11 (94, 145, 166); 14 

(12, 24); I4A(64:252, 338); 20(99); 

20A(64:115); 29(73, 220); 30(13); 

64(233, 292, 305); 83(28); 84(182); 

86(42); 86 A( 158); 1 17 { 673-674, 

679); 1 1 7A( 228-229); 117(677); 

II7A(232); 145(550, 566); 146(3: 

74-75, 89); 210(51) See also de 

Eendracht. 
Confiance 29(94) 



Confidence 5(5-6, 30, 34, 53, 61-64, 
134, 177-179, 182); 35(195); 44(57, 
60); 44A(334, 336); 52(108) 

Congress 29(24) 

de Coninck David 2(25); 76(825); 77 
(31, 430) 

de Coninck Salmon 77(359) 

Conistoga 28(206); 29(64) 

Connecticut 29(27) 

Connoly 185(33:475) 

Conqueror 11(180) 

Consent 30(22-23) 

Constance 1(136); 2(31, 60, 82, 90, 93, 
205); 9(141, 143); 217(15:145) 

Constant Martha 11(158-159); 199(73) 

Constant Warwick 2(203) 

Constantine 63(158); 63A(67:94) 

Constitution 29(228) 

Content 11(136, 182); 12(12:90-92); 
29(254); 55(388) 

Copernican 29(55) 

Cora 29(239) 

Cordelia 29(13, 249); 145(653); 146(3: 
187, 189) 

Cornelia 24(60:160) 

Cossack 29(268) 

Couli Can 165(31:90-97, 198, 352, 461) 

Count de Toulouse 242(14:517) 

Countess of Bute 64(381) 

Countess of Dumfries 21 ( 52 ) 

Countess of Sussex 144(373); 145(474); 
146(1:708) 

Courier 28(205); 29(14, 273) 

Crawford 2(209); 135(188); 141(246); 
144(385, 389, 393, 398, 400, 412); 145 
(486, 490, 494, 499, 501, 512); 146 
(1:722, 728, 732, 737, 740, 755); 151 
(6: Spring 1955, 37; 7: Winter 1956, 
39; 8:Summer 1956, 58); 152(64); 
182(12) 

Creole 243(23, 25-26); 258(339-347) 

Criterion 29(112, 114) 

Crown 2(51); 12(12:233, 269, 517); 64 
(234); 135(236); 144(190); 145 
(277); 146(1:391) 

Crown Melago 12(12:405, 480-482) 

Cullodian 145(477); 146(1:711) 

Culvert 20(143); 20 A( 65: 116) 

Curling 232(7-8); 232 A( 45-46) 

Cygnet 29(242); 243(28) 

Cynthia 64(313) 



D 



Dancy 29(179) 
Dandy 29(24) 



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Daniel 11(163); 64(240) 

Daniel & Elizabeth 117(678); 117 A 
(226) 

Daniel & James 29(261-262) 

Dart 29(21, 38) 

Dartmouth 64(279) 

Dauphine 243(26) 

David 2(47, 115, 157, 173, 187); 30 
(17), 217(15:145) 

David l'Hommedieu 145(578); i46(3: 
106) 

Daw 2(10, 100); 232(20, 24); 144 
(125); 145(169); 146(1:233, 235); 
147(109) 

Deborah 64(249, 253, 262, 270-271, 
286, 300, 313) 

Decatur 29(16, 26, 194-195, 228) 

Deep Bay 64(261, 309-310) 

Defence J (89-91, 98-101, 105-106); 2 
(14); 5(1, 6, 12, 15, 44, 52, 54, 61, 
108); 7(74); 8(38); 35(167); 44 
(32, 36-39); 44A( 315-316, 318-320); 
47(8:265-266, 268-269) 

Defiance 36(40); 64(246, 258, 265, 268, 
300, 302, 310, 312, 316) 

Delaware 1(229); 124(339); 124 A( 24); 
J45(581); 146(3:109); 265(31:467- 
473; 32:88-91, 95, 98, 100-101); 210 
(34); 211(72) 

Delegate 29(91) 

Delight 11(71); 64(291) 

Deliverance 1(208, 222, 253); 30(13); 
208 ( xxviii-xxix ) ; 21 ( 13, 27, 57 ) 

Dell Carmen 243(24) 

Demerra 63(90); 63 A( 65: 114) 

Desire 35(130, 204); 36(32, 37); 44 
(31, 33, 63); 44A(315-316, 338); 64 
(246, 249, 252-253, 259, 272, 288-289, 
300, 303, 306); 124(338); 124A(24) 

la De Spenser 20(20); 20 A( 62: 324) 

Deus Soeurs 29(52) 

Devonshire 64(245, 256, 271, 279, 299) 

Devotion i45(589); 146(3:117) 

Diamond 20(62); 20 A(63:239); 64 
(270, 314) 

Diana 1(219-220, 231, 234, 237-238, 
244, 250, 253, 259, 264); 20(61-62, 
128); 20A( 63:238-239; 65:21-22); 
21(45); 24(60:347); 29(121, 247, 
276); 64(246, 278, 298, 304); 145 
(580); 146(3:42, 44, 108-109); 189 
(188); 210(21, 24, 36, 39, 42, 49, 54, 



57, 64, 68); 211(73); 232(29); 232A 
142) 

Dibby& Eliza 28(206) 

Dickinson 20(83); 20 A ( 64 : 19 ) 

Dido 28(206); 29(199-200) 

Diligence 1(367, 413); 11(173-175); 24 
(61:352); 29(102); 36(32); 64(252); 
65(14); 243(24) 

Diligent 2(31-32); 35(191); 44(81); 
64(240) 

Dime 29(15) 

Dingly 29(221) 

Discovery 1(210); 30(19); 210(14-15) 

Dispatch 29(39, 219); 36(36); 64(278, 
287, 293-294, 303, 313); 135(194); 
136(209, 212, 218-219, 225); i45 
(525); 146(3:20-21) 

Dobbs 64(260, 307) 

Dogger of Yarmouth 22(158) 

Doglass 36(32); 64(251) See also 
Douglass. 

Dolphin 2(204); 11(70-72, 163, 168- 
169); 20(70); 20A(63:344); 29(184, 
217); 36(32, 34-35, 37); 57(31:311); 
63(171); 63 A( 67: 107); 64(233, 251, 
255, 257-258, 266, 271, 273-274, 276, 
284-286, 290, 295, 300, 307, 309, 313, 
316-317); 144(390, 405); 145(491, 
506); 146(1:728, 747); 185(33:475) 

Domestic 29(252) 

Dorcas Ann 29(63, 230) 

Dorothea 145(529); 146(3:28, 30) 

Dorset 1(132); 44(110); 44A( 355) 

Dorst 2(176, 186) 

Dos Amigos 29(52, 239); 243(26) 

Douglass 64(258, 270); 65(14) See 
also Doglass. 

Dove 2(27, 38, 58, 84); 4(ser 1:23); 
29(91); 36(32); 64(242, 245-246, 
250, 264, 268-269, 274, 276-278, 280, 
287, 290, 293-294, 297, 303, 314); 
198(96); 198A-198E 

Draetvat 77(431); 83(5-6); 84(181); 
86(33); 86A( 141) 

Dragon 2(40, 121, 142, 146, 161, 205- 
206); 11(173, 177-178); 135(151, 
179, 208); 138(3:490); J38A(3:458); 
141(244); 143(12); 144(82, 211, 
220); 145(68, 296, 304); 246(1:96- 
98, 413, 422); 147(113, 116, 123- 
124); 252 (6. -Spring 1955, 38;8:Sum- 
mer 1956, 57); 158(44-45); 258A( 58- 
59); 263(343); 269(13); 273(13); 
275(179); 238(35, 40) 



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Dravton 4(ser 1:71) 

Dubertus 57(30:42) 

Dublin Packet 28(205); 29(134) 

Dublin's Prize 165(31:352-364) 

Due Return J (208, 237); 210(13, 42) 

Duke of Bedford 135(157); 136(197, 
201, 228); 144(252); 145(334); 146 
(1:458); 151(7: Winter 1956, 39) 

Duke of Cumberland 64(305) 

Duke of Kingston 64(292) 

Duke of Noailles 242(21:974) 

Duke of Wirtemberg 132(19); 135(136, 
143, 150-151, 154, 156, 159, 164, 171- 
172, 175, 181, 190, 212, 223, 231, 233- 
235); 136(214); 144(268, 288); 145 
(348, 367); 146(1:475, 497); 171 
(31); 175(177); 178(189) 

Duke of York 12(12:159-161, 194) 

Duly Ann 2,9(87) 

Duncan 24(62:169) 

Dunkirk 4(ser 1:72) 

Dutv 1(203, 210-211, 215, 222-224, 233, 
235, 238, 251, 262); 210(15, 20, 27, 
29, 38, 40, 42, 56) 

E 

Ea 29(24) 

Eagle 20(179); 20A(65:251); 24(60: 
24, 349; 61:265; 66:307); 25(19-20); 
29(146, 181, 207, 217); 30(20); 64 
(238, 271, 305-306); 83(24); 84 
(181); 86(40); 86A( 155) See also 
de Arent. 

Earl of Bute 64(278) 

Earl of Donegal 238(87) 

Earl of Dunmore 20(35, 90); 20 A( 63: 
22; 64:106) 

Earl of Hillsborough 238(69) 

Easter 64(303) 

Eastern Branch 2(205); 135(169, 172, 
213, 228); 144(321); 145(423); 146 
(1:585-587) 

Echo 29(31) 

Eclipse 29(11, 25) 

Economy 29(223) 

Edgar 29(257) 

Edinburgh 2(11, 28, 52, 65, 98, 113, 
121, 134, 154, 191); 132(11, 15, 24, 
27); 136(238); 141(239, 241, 244- 
245); 144(181, 200, 226-227, 254, 
272, 302, 318, 330); 145(261, 287, 
310, 335, 351, 384, 417, 434); 146(1: 
371, 402, 429, 460, 479, 521, 523, 525, 
576-579, 581, 613, 615-616, 618, 620); 



147(113); 151 (6: Winter 1954-55, 39, 
Spring 1955, 37; 7:Winter 1956, 38; 8: 
Summer 1956, 58); 158(46); 158 A 
(62); 163(343); 175(176, 179-182); 
176(465); 182(12) 

Edward 24(60:26); 25(22); 29(21, 94, 
99, 106, 131, 155, 181, 218, 253, 259- 
260, 263, 287-288) 

Edward & James 11 ( 160) 

Edward D. Douglas 29(28) 

Edward Downes 243 ( 28 ) 

Edward Foster 29(149) 

Edwin 1( 202-203, 207, 240, 246, 249, 
264); 29(145); 208(xxxiii); 210(6, 8, 
12, 45,51,53, 68) 

de Eendracht 2(61); 75(441); 75A 
(140); 76(805-806, 808); 77(54, 56, 
89, 118, 120, 138, 152, 417, 435); 78 
(432); 78A( 338); 78B( 376) See 
also Concord. 

Eight Sons 29(213) 

Elbe 243(28) 

Eleanor 14(16, 21); I4A(64:256, 262); 
30(18); 210(49) 

Election 29(61-62) 

Electra 29(186, 188) 

Elias Bangor 29(13) 

Elias Barger 29(270) 

Elinor 1(244) 

Eliza J (60-61); 29(31, 55, 87, 179, 224, 
226, 271); 64(234, 236-238, 241, 294, 
306); 67(206); 138(3:555); 138A(3: 
516); 144(81) 

Eliza & Anne J (54, 57-58, 61, 72) 

Eliza & Mary 124(330); 124A( 22) 

Eliza Ann 29(93, 103, 115, 240) 

Eliza Haley 29(25) 

Eliza Jane 29(70, 247) 

Eliza Pigotte 29(18, 105, 242) 

Elizabeth 1(48, 53, 56-57, 68, 117, 231, 
277, 280-281, 352, 390, 392); 2(64, 
77, 99, 101, 157, 170, 177, 194, 213- 
214); 4(ser 1:42; ser 2: 197); 5(5, 
8-9, 41, 48, 54, 68, 76, 86, 98, 
152-153, 159, 164-166, 168); 11 
(139); 14(21, 25); I4A(64:261, 340); 
20(4, 6, 83-84, 91-92, 111-112, 154, 
165); 20A(62:242, 244; 64:19-20, 
108, 225-226; 65:127-128, 237-238); 
28(205); 29(30, 111, 181); 35(117, 
139, 144); 36(31); 44(18-22, 24-25, 
27, 51-52, 55); 44A(305-308, 310, 
312, 329, 332); 47(8:255-258, 261- 
262; 10:140-142); 57(31:311); 63(9, 



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11, 14, 29, 37, 47, 50, 57, 69, 90, 93, 
113, 131, 138-139, 154, 174, 184, 190, 
198, 205, 208, 212); 63 A( 63: 185, 187, 
190, 281, 369, 379; 64:26, 257, 269; 
65:114, 117, 539; 66:421, 522-523; 
66:90, 110, 208, 214, 222, 309, 312, 
316); 64(229, 244, 250, 254-255, 260, 
262, 267-269, 273, 277, 280, 282, 285, 
300, 308, 316); 135(136-137, 155, 
165, 173, 193, 228-229); 141(238, 
240); 144(128); 145(82, 176); 146 
(1:113-115, 243-245, 452, 765); 157 
(150); 170(442); i92(255); 208 
(xxxii); 2i0(36); 211(72); 217(4: 
191; 15:142); 247 

Elizabeth & Ann 1(58, 69, 72, 76, 78); 2 
(46-47, 126, 132); 5(17, 62, 83, 128); 
8(38); 14(22, 35); I4A(64:336; 65: 
47); 47(8:256-259, 262-264) 

Elizabeth & Anne 35(139, 147, 154); 44 
(20, 22, 24, 27-^0); 44A( 308, 310, 
312-314) 

Elizabeth & Dorcas 44(69) 

Elizabeth & Judith 14(30); J4A(64: 
344) 

Elizabeth & Katherine 12 ( 12:442, 478) 

Elizabeth & Mary 117(673); II7A(228) 

Elizabeth & Sarah 11(146); 117(673, 
677); J 1 7A( 225-226) 

Elizabeth, Anne & Catherine 124(337); 
124A( 23) 

Elizabeth Bonaventure 35(102, 108); 44 
(69) 

Elk 29(47) 

Elkridge 20(155); 20 A( 65: 128) 

Ellen 29(143) 

Elliott 2(76); 144(189); 145(276); 146 
(1:390); i 47(112) 

Elsabeth 1(210, 222, 245, 251, 253, 257, 
259-260, 262); 208(xxxi); 210(15, 27, 
50,56-57,61,64,66) 

Emelie 255 

Emelie Marie 29(279) 

Emerald 29(180, 249) 

Emisle 165(31:367) 

Emperor Charles 77(360) 

Empress Alexander 28(205) 

Emulation 29(120) 

Encrease. See Increase. 

Endeavor 1(355, 362, 372, 398, 413, 
418); 11(146, 160); 12(12:124); 64 
(235, 250, 260, 282, 310); 117(677- 



678); JJ7A(226); 122(440); 123 

(188); i24(330); I24A(22); 144 

(166-167); 145(249); 146(1:352) 
Enigheden 254(47) 
Enterprize 28(206); 29(57, 93, 131, 

183, 189-190, 215, 223, 242); 144 

(130); i 45(180, 573); 146(1:248- 

249; 3:94) 
Erin 27(82); 27A(Dec 1923:5-6; Dec 

1926:29); 28(205); 29(11, 284) 
Eros 29(88) 
l'Esperance 29(34) 
Esther 64(242) 
Esther & Sally 29(138) 
Etty 20(10); 20A(62:248) 
Eudora 29(29) 
Eueling 57(30:42) 
Eugene 29(42, 44, 46) 
Eunice 29(105, 145) 
Euphrates 29(18) 
Europa 2(13, 52); 141(248); 144(151); 

145(224, 226); 146(1:317-319); 147 

111, 118, 123); I5i(7:Winter 1956, 

39); 152(66) 
Europe 11 ( 182) 
Euryal 166(287) 
Evergreen 29(268-269) 
Exchange 2(124); 11 ( 144, 157-158, 

162-163, 165-166, 68) 
Exertion 29(217) 
Expectation 1(67, 69); 2(90-91, 129, 

131, 200, 208, 215); 11( 164, 166- 

167); 44(104); 44A(350-351) 
Expedition 1(139, 393); 2(114, 179); 

44(112); 44A(357); 57(30:42); 235 

(170-171); 243(23) 
Experience 64(297) 
Experiment 14(19); i4A(64:260); 29 

(27); 29(92); 243(27) 
Express 29(181); 145(582); 146(3:110- 

111) 
den Eyckenboom 76(824); 77(239) 



Factor 11(172, 181); 29(182, 207); 56 

(334); Ji7(673); iI7A(225); 199 

(73) 
Fair American 145(577, 643, 657); J 46 

(3:45-46, 99, 178-179, 192-193); J89 

(191) 
Fair Hebe 145(573); 146(3:96) 
Fair Lady 64(308) 
Fair Polly 29(111) 
Fair Trader 29(268) 



INDEX OF SHIP NAMES 



115 



Fairfield 64(233,280) 

Fairplay 29(104) 

Faith 2(11, 22, 51, 72); 83(8, 11, 16, 19, 

27); 84(181); 86(34-35, 38, 42); 86A 

(143, 146, 151, 157); 112(21) See 

also de Trouw. 
Falcon 1(63, 142-143, 222, 233, 250, 

256); 2(176, 206, 216); 28(206); 29 

(54, 220-221); 44(103, 113); 44A 

(350, 358-359); 208(xxix); 210(27, 

39,54,60) 
Falls 238(9) 
Falmouth 64(256) 
Fama 29(227); 193(464) 
Fame 27(82); 27 A( Dec 1926:24); 29 

(20, 92, 94, 99, 182, 224); 144(414); 

145(513); 146(1:756; 3:55, 57); i89 

(340) 
Fancy 64(270) 
Fane 2(10, 47-48, 121); 135(204); 141 

(241-242); 144(221); 145(305); 146 

(1:424); i70(443) 
Fanny 20A(65:30); 20(137); 29(15- 

17, 183); 64(278); 67(205) 
Fanny & Janny. See Fanny & Jeamy. 
Fanny & Jeamy 20A( 65: 33-34); 36(39) 
Fanny & Jeany 64(288, 300) 
Fanny & Jenny 20(140, 142) 
Fanny & Mary 29(228) 
Farmer's Friend 29(27) 
Favorite (Favourite) 20(160); 20 A( 65: 

232); 28(205); 29(52, 56, 91, 148, 

183); 136(199, 217, 225, 229, 238, 

245); 145(605); 146(3:6, 135, 137) 
Fawn 29(144) 
Felicity 243(23-26) 
Fellowship 5(56, 184); 11(166, 168, 

182); 35(203); 44(63); 44A(338) 
Ffenix. See Phoenix. 
Fire of Troy 77(237) See also de Brant 

van Trogen. 
Fisher 64(289) 
Fishhawk 64(256) 

Fleetwood 20 ( 148 ) ; 20 A ( 65 : 12 1-122 ) 
Flora 64(277) 
Florentine 243(24) 
Flower 4(ser 2:116) 
Flower of Gelderland (Guelder) 83(5); 

84(181) 
Fly 29(181); 64(261, 263, 283) 
Flying Fish 243(23-24) 
Flying Hart i(243, 246, 250, 252-254); 

210(48, 50, 55-58); 214(47); 214A 

(166) 



Forest 29(33-34); 135(134, 148, 151, 
159, 170, 189, 225); 136(214); 144 
(286); 145(364); i46( 1:494); 154 
(195) 

Fortitude 24(61:134, 138) 

Fortuna 29(49-51) 

Fortune I(xxviii); 2(15, 207); 5(14, 76, 
98-99, 103, 110, 113, 169, 184-185); 
20(10, 166-168, 175); 20 A( 62: 248; 
65:238-240, 247); 30(119, 204-207); 
34(103-131); 34 A( 35); 34B( 190- 
191, 297-300); 34C(79-80); 34D(2); 
35(50); 36(1); 44B(121); 64(239, 
285); 145(597, 621); 146(3:127, 130, 
157) 

Foster 28(206); 29(138) 

Foundling 28(206) 

Fountain 29(88) 

Four Sisters 35(63) 

Fox 2(12, 65, 85, 146, 190); 29(179, 
183); 64(275, 317); 83(21); 84(181); 
86(39); 86A( 152); 144(124); 145 
(168); 146 ( 1:231-233) See also de 
Vos. 

Frances 5(150); 44(53-55); 44A(331- 
332) 

Francis 1(277, 279); 2(27, 170); 5(39- 
40, 42, 45, 47, 54, 149, 162); 29(93, 
242, 259); 35(121); 47(10:143) 

Francis & Ann 144(145); 145(207); 146 
(1:292) 

Francis & Dorothy 12(12:270, 306, 518- 
519); 117(677-680); 1 1 7A( 232-233); 
124(337); I24A( 23) 

Francis & Elizabeth 2(22, 28, 113, 146, 
154, 205); 144(155, 158); i45(231, 
234); 746(1:327-328, 331-333, 409); 
151 ( 6: Sept 1954, 37) 

Francis & Katherine 64(234) 

Francis & Mary 2(211); 11(137, 142- 
143, 161-162, 164-165, 167-168, 173- 
174); 56(332, 334); 199(73) 

Francis & Susan i(348, 416) 

Francis Bonaventure 1(203, 207-208, 
212, 219-220, 224, 227, 232, 237-238, 
249, 259); 210(8, 12-13, 17, 24, 29, 33, 
38, 41-43, 54, 63-64); 211(73) 

Frankland 238(52, 55) 

Franklin 29(89-90, 219, 270) 

de Frau Cathrina 1 89 (334) 

Frederick 29(9, 125-126, 147); 64(260) 

Frederick Augustus 1 45 (661); i46(3: 
196) 

Free America 64(277, 279) 



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Index of Ship Names, continued 

Free Mason 20(82); 20 A( 64: 18); 36 
(33); 64(262); 66(184); 238(126) 

Free Ocean 29(69) 

Freelove 2(169, 216) 

Freeman 1 1 7 A( 224) 

French Ship il( 140); 55(388); 56 
(332-333) 

Friends 29(94) 

Friends Adventure 63(29); 63 A( 63: 
281); 64(235, 246, 311); 117(672); 
117A(223-224, 229-230); 122(440) 

Friends' Goodwill 63(69, 82-83, 88); 
63 A( 64: 269; 65:66-67, 72) 

Friendship 1(145, 354, 357); 2(20, 32, 
56, 65, 113, 121, 140, 181); 4(ser 
1:12); 12(12:303-305, 307-308, 342, 
553-555); 20(17, 37, 75); 20A(62: 
321; 63:349); 21 (25, 27, 56, 67); 29 
(13); 35(92-93); 64(257, 301, 308); 
117(674, 676); 1 1 7A( 229, 231); 132 
(20, 25, 31); 135(182); 138(3:307); 
I38A(3:290); 139(42); I39A(6:42); 
139B (IS); 143(7, 18); 144(54, 136, 
139, 148, 171, 322, 338); 145(11, 166, 
190, 195, 216, 252, 426, 441, 553); 
146(1:16-17, 225, 227-230, 264-265, 
267-268, 270-271, 274-275, 307-309, 
356, 589-590, 642-643, 645; 3:77- 
78); 147(112, 115); 158(44-46); 
158A(57, 60, 62); 159(23-24); 175 
(181); 202(386); 202A(215); 232 
(5-6); 232A(43-44); 243(28) 

Fry. See Fly. 

Fryall. See Trial. 

Furtherance 1(231, 233, 235, 241-242, 
247, 249, 251, 264); 2(171, 205); 210 
(36, 39-40, 46-47, 52, 54, 56, 68); 
211(73); 212(217-218); 215(136) 



G. P. Stevenson 29(87) 

Gabriel 7(74); 11(138-140, 143-144, 

159, 163, 166, 168) 
Galaxy 29(223) 
Gale 21(28); 103(89) 
Galen 29(82, 143, 229) 
Gamacrau 29(240) 
Ganges 29(281-282) 
Garonne 29(115) 

Geddis 20(36-37); 20 A ( 63: 23-24) 
Geife. See Gift. 
het Gekruijste Hart 77(412) See also 

Sacred Heart. 



Gelderland 2(79) 

de Geldersche Blom. See Flower of Geld- 
erland (Guelder) 

General Brewer 29(145-146, 150, 213- 
214) 

General Brooks 29(221) 

General Greene 29(140, 144, 149-151, 
216, 219, 223) 

General Griswold 29 ( 285-286 ) 

General Hamilton 29(180); 243(28) 

General Hand 29(105) 

General Jackson 29(103, 250, 277) 

General Smith 29(160-161) 

General Washington 29(95, 225) 

General Wolfe 64(282, 292); 144(399); 
145(500); 146(1:739) 

Generous Friends 20(92); 20A( 64: 108) 

George 1(124, 205-209, 212-213, 215- 
218, 220-223, 225-228, 231-232, 234- 
237, 239-241, 244-253, 256, 258, 262- 
265); 2(9, 41, 119, 142, 151, 203); 11 
(160-162, 165, 167-168, 175-176); 12 
(12:269-271, 306-307, 519); 21(30- 
33); 24(60:349; 61:133, 136, 138); 28 
(205-206); 29(58, 79-80, 218, 242, 
267); 35(161, 180); 145(567); 146 
(3:91); 165(30:348, 350-352, 427- 
431, 433-434, 436; 31:86, 94, 195, 197, 
202, 205; 32:100-103, 237-248, 351- 
356, 358, 370); 208(xxxi, xxxiii); 210 
(10-14, 16-18, 20-23, 25-33, 36-41, 
43, 45, 49, 50-58, 60-61, 66-69); 211 
(71, 73); 215(132); 217(15:144); 

George & Albert 28(205) 

George & Anne 2(158) 

George & James 64(278, 288) 

George Atwood 29(144) 

George Bonaventure 35(62) 

George Pickett 29(49) 

George Washington 29(227) 

Georgetown Packet 29(207) 

Georgia 21(86); 29(91) 

Georgia Diana 20(145); 20 A( 65: 118) 

Georgia Packet 20(171-172, 174); 20 A 
(65:243-244, 246) 

Georgia Planter 20(76); 20 A( 63: 350) 

Georgiana 29(41) 

Gertrude 29(270) 

Ghent 29(140, 227) 

Gift 1(206, 225, 230-231, 234, 236, 238, 
245-246, 249, 254, 263); 2(46, 93, 
151); 35(92); 210(11, 30, 35-36, 39, 
41, 43, 46, 50-51, 53, 67); 212(217) 

Gift of God 30(15) 



INDEX OF SHIP NAMES 



117 



Gilded Beaver 2(11); 83(7, 13); 84 
(181); 86(33, 36); 86A(142, 147) 
See also de Vergulde Bever. 

Gilded Otter 2(11, 21-22); 83(6, 16); 
84(181); 86(33, 37); 86A(141, 149) 
See also de Vergulde Otter. 

Ginger 64(267) 

Glasgow 2(24, 64, 190, 195, 219); 15 
(88); 36(38-40); 64(247, 293, 300, 
304, 310, 315); 132(20); 135(143); 
143(17); 144 (116); 145(151); 146 
(1:204-205, 207); 147(117) 

Glasgow Packet 21(57) 

Gleaner 29(7, 99) 

Glide 29(83) 

Globe i(119); 2(9, 17, 28, 41, 60, 74, 
78, 101, 104, 136, 168, 175, 213, 215- 
216); 4(ser 1:25); 8(38); 14(14, 31); 
I4A(64:255, 345); 28(205); 63(31, 
(37, 71); 63A(63:283, 369; 64:271); 
64(236); 66(179); 217(4:261) 

Glocester 4(ser 2:156) 

Gloria 36(36); 64(281) 

Glorious Memory 20(96); 20 A( 64: 112) 

God Speed 1(255); 208(xxix); 210(59) 

God's Gift 210(58); 211(74) 

Golconda 27(82); 27 A( June 1926:12- 
13) 

Gold Huntress 29(51-52) 

Golden Age 29(5,288) 

Golden Eagle 83(17, 19); 84(181); 86 
( 37-38 ) ; 86 A ( 150-151 ) See also de 
Gulden Arent. 

Golden Fortune 2(155) 

Golden Glove 29(250) 

Golden Hart 11 ( 168) 

Golden Lyon 11(139, 162-163); 12(12: 
382,405-406, 441; 13:79) 

Golden Rule 20(80); 20 A ( 63: 354) 

Good Friends 145(574); J 46(3:94) 

Good Hope 144(318); 145(415); 146 
(1:573-576) 

Good Intent 2(210); 4(ser 1:68); 20 
(58); 20A(63:235); 29(235); 64(264, 
295); 135(140, 145, 163-164, 171, 
182, 199, 201-202); 144(223, 343); 
145(307, 446); 146(1:426, 655-656, 
658-659); 151(7:Spring 1956, 38); 
1 75(178) 

Good Return 29(20) 

Good Speed 203(388) 

Goodfellow 36(68) 

Goodwill 11(72); 144(51, 57) 

Governor 29(151, 224) 



Governor Carver 29(148) 

Governor Hawkins 29(57, 203) 

Governor Myers 29(169-170) 

Grace 64(264) 

Grampus 29(102); 144(382); 145(482); 

146(1:719) 
Grand Corneille 29(41) 
Grand Turk 29(281) 
Granvil 36(39); 64(299) 
la Gratitude 29(9) 
Grayhound 29(7, 17, 94, 100, 130, 239- 

240, 257); 36(33); 64(232, 242, 262, 

282, 297) 
Great Hope 35(131) 
Great Hopewell 1(244, 248); 4(ser 1: 

26); 210(49, 53) 
Great Society 11(181); 199(73) 
Green Lyon 35(205) 
Gregg 238(108, 110) 
Griffin 2( 195, 214); 5( 17, 44, 54, 67, 77, 

93, 109); 35(105, 113); 109(590); 

110(25); 110A(60); 1105(108); 165 

(32:248, 352, 360) See also Griffith. 
Griffith 111(79); 165(32:248) See also 

Griffin. 
Grizel 64(309) 
Guifte. See Gift. 
Guiste. See Gift, 
de Gulden Arent 77(412); 196(310- 

311) See also Golden Eagle. 
Gull 64(270,286,307) 
Gustave 29(38) 
Guyft. See Gift. 

H 

Halcyon 29(68) 

Hale Galley 64(255) 

Halifax 2(212; 64(275); 135(189-190, 

215); 136(202, 220-221); 144(275, 

313, 342); 145(354, 407, 445); 146 

(1:482, 559-560, 562, 651, 653, 655); 

175(176) 
Hallan 29(228) 
Hamburgh 146(3:12) 
Hamburgh Packet 145(552); 146(3:76) 
Hamet 29(7) 
Hamilton 2(203); 132(20, 23); 139(41) 

139A(5:35); 139B(11); 144(379); 

145(480); 146(1:715); 151(7:Winter 

1956, 39) 
Hamlet 29(260) 
Hammer 29(58) 
Hammond 29(10, 231) 



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Index of Ship Names, continued 

Hampshire 2(13, 22, 206 ) ; 141 ( 242- 
244); 144(183); 145(262); 146 
(1:372, 374-375) 163(343) 

Hampton 36(39); 64(264, 279, 303, 307, 
310) 

Hancock 29(229) 

Handmaid 5(150); 35(91) 

Hanna 12(12:92) 

Hannah 12( 12:479); 28(205); 29(61, 
191, 198, 205, 288); 36(33-34); 64 
(231, 249, 253, 257-258, 260, 265-266, 
269, 282, 285-287, 291-292, 297, 299- 
300,303,310-311,317); 66(183); 145 
(525); 146(3:19); 185(33:475) 

Hannah & Elizabeth 2(133); 60(376- 
377); 60 A( 137) 

Hannah & Rebecca 29(231) 

Hannibal 27(82); 27A(June 1926:2) 

Hanover 64(233) 

Happy Entrance 30(22) 

Happy Return 1(328,331); 4(ser 1:62); 
29(280); 58(447); 165(31:83, 85, 
366-367, 462-463, 465-466, 468; 32: 
92) 

Hare 28(206) 

de Harinck 76(816, 821); 77(144, 414) 

Haring 78(431); 78 A( 337); 78B( 375) 

Harle 2(21, 48, 70, 191, 203); 138(4: 
59); 143(16); 144(100); 145(121); 
146(1:154, 157, 160); 151(8:Summer 
1956, 57) 

Harlequin 64(298) 

Harmony 20(61); 20A(63:237; 27(82); 
27 A (Dec 1926:28-29); 29(27, 98, 
277); 63(67); 63A(64:267); 145(556); 
146(3:83) 

Harp 29(61) 

Harriet 29(24, 31-32, 86, 88, 121-122, 
173); 146(3:82-83) 

Harriet Baltimore 145(556) 

Harriet Newell 29(147,207) 

Harrison 64(277, 287, 291, 294) 

Hart 2(212; 11(168-169, 177) 

Harvard 29(150) 

Harvey Hide 27(82); 27A(Dec 1823:6- 
8) 

Havre Packet 29(217) 

Hawk 20(168); 20A( 65:241-242); 36 
(37, 40); 64(255, 272, 289, 306, 311) 

Hector 5(71, 98, 109); 29(7, 132-133, 
247-248); 35(179-180); 71 

Helen 28(205); 29(10, 103, 148, 271) 

Helicon 29(10) 



Henlopen 29(245) 
Henricus 189(339) 
Henrietta 135(151, 196, 206, 225); 141 

(240); 144(341); 145(444); 146(1: 

648-651) 
Henriquita 243(23) 
Henry 29 (18, 48); 64(240) 
Henry & Charles 145(555); 146(3:81- 

82) 
Henry & Francis 113(17); 113A-113C 
Henry Clay 29(84,231) 
Hepzabath 64(265, 274) 
Herald 29(104, 147) 
Hercules l(xix, 220, 247-248, 255, 263) 

2(99, 218); 4(ser 1:16); 5(61, 74- 

78, 82-85); 11(142); 29(8, 25, 119, 
243-244); 30(204-208); 35(107, 114, 
188); 44(69, 71, 82); 45(267); 46 
(218, 223-226); 46A(750); 46B(28); 
47(8:274); 146(3:54-55); 208(xxviii- 
xxix); 210(25, 52-53, 59, 67) 

La Hermione 29(61) 

Hero 20(126); 20 A( 64: 326); 29(33, 56, 

139-140); 135(215, 233); 144(363); 

145(465); 146(1:696); 151(6:Spring 

1955, 37; 7:Winter 1956, 39; Spring 

1956, 38; 8: Summer 1956, 57) 
Herring 77(237) See also den Harinck. 
Hesper 29(125) 

Hespersus 29(11, 282) 

Hibernia 27(82); 27 A( Sept 1926:17-18; 

Dec 1926:31); 29(15, 57, 99, 206, 255, 

260) 
Highlander 29(239) 
Higson 29(58) 
Hills 29(91) 

Hilsborough 64(301); 238(68) 
Hind 29(279) 

Hippomenes 29 (7, 99, 270) 
Holland 145(548,563); 146(3:71-72,85) 
Holy Oake 64(283) 
de Hoop 2(28); 77(403, 434) See also 

Hope. 
Hope 1(360, 378, 392, 397); 2(22, 68, 

79, 109, 142, 190); 11(139); 20(89); 
20A( 64:25); 29(8, 21, 52, 98, 115, 
149, 217, 221-222, 239, 260); 36(35); 
44A(359); 57(30:41); 64(274); 83 
(17,20); 84(181); 86(38) 86A(152); 
135(152); 136(233, 237); 138(3:556, 
615);138A(3:517, 570); 143(14); 144 
(88, 97, 399, 403, 411); 145(85, 109, 
500, 504, 511); 146(1:116, 119-120, 
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INDEX OF SHIP NAMES 



119 



248); 164(2:1-2); i85(33:476) See 
also de Hoop. 

Hope & Polly 29(193) 

Hope & Sally 29(143,217) 

Hopeful Adventure 4(ser 2:130) 

Hopefull Katherine 11(140) 

HopeweU 1(39, 44, 46, 49, 110, 123, 
130, 144, 214, 223, 227, 230, 232-233, 
237, 254, 258-259, 261, 376, 381); 2 
(126, 170, 178, 204, 218); 5(6, 9-10, 
13, 49, 66, 70-71, 100, 169, 175); 7 
(71); 11(70-72, 163); 12(12:13-14, 
48-53, 89-90); 20(136); 20A(65:29- 
30); 24(60:347); 30(143); 35(65, 
124, 139, 158, 174, 204); 39(33, 45); 
44(15, 17, 19, 41, 71-72, 100); 44A 
(303-304, 306, 322, 347, 359); 47 
(8:253-255, 271); 56(333); 64(239, 
306); 210(19, 28, 32, 35, 38, 42, 59, 
62-63, 65); 238(124) 

Horace 29(53) 

Horatio 29(211) 

Hornet 29(288) 

Hound 12(13:211-212, 236); 36(33); 
64(256) 

den Houttuyn 76(827); 77(183, 205, 
273, 359, 420, 426, 433) 

Howard 29(64, 235) 

Huldah 64(264,292) 

Humbird 63(98,203); 63 A( 65: 122; 67: 
307); 64(248) 

Humility 11(165) 

Hunter 29(20, 25, 98, 228); 30(205) 

Huntress 27(82); 27 A( June 1926:15- 
16); 29(231) 

Huntsman 11(92); 55(388) 

Hyson 29(139) 



Ice Plant 29(92) 

liana. See Diana. 

Illinois 29(127) 

Ilsley 29(203) 

Imperial 29(275-276) 

Importer 29(13, 270) 

Increase 1(55, 57-58, 60-61, 64); 2(59, 
115, 185); 5(13, 34, 39-41, 46-47, 51, 
98, 155, 158, 161, 166); 30(113, 186- 
189); 35(139, 148); 44(20, 22, 24- 
26); 44A(307-311); 47(8:256, 258- 
261) 

Indeavour. See Endeavor. 

Independence 24(61:137); 29 (21, 71- 
72, 231) 



Indostan 145(611); 146(3:138) 

Industrious Bee 63(141); 63 A ( 66: 525) 

Industry 11( 168); 20(35, 80); 20A(63: 
22, 354); 64(248, 250, 255, 258, 262, 
265, 269, 276, 279, 288, 291, 293, 301- 
302, 305-307); 145(559); 146(3:105) 
243(23) 

Infant 29(59, 76, 165) 

Ins 29(87) 

Intrepid 29(93) 

Invincible 29(138) 

Irene 155(230, 234-236, 238, 240-246); 
164(1:162-163, 175, 210, 303-304) 

Iris 29(106, 160) 

Irish Lawrell 14(18); 14A( 64:259) 

Isaac 27(82); 27A(Sept 1926:19); 132 
(28-29); 141(244); 144(212); 145 
(297); 146(1:414); 151 (7:Spring 
1956, 38); J 63 (343) 

Isabella 11(163); 20 (159); 20 A( 65: 
232); 21(80); 29(27, 37, 96); 145 
(647, 661); 146(3:183, 195-196); 
248(44-68) 

J 

Jabm & Jaz 36(35) 

Jackie 21(73, 75); 232(11); 232A( 49) 

Jacob 1(208, 227, 246-249, 251-252, 
254-255, 261); 2(113, 154); 11(138- 
139, 163); 35(58); i36(205); 144 
(215); 145(300, 593); 146(1:417; 3: 
121, 123); I5I(6:Spring 1955, 38); 
155(234); 164(1:175); 169(13); 210 
(13, 32, 51-54, 56-59, 65); 211(74) 

Jacob & Mary 117(678-679); 11 7A( 226- 
227) 

Jamaica 2(12, 52, 62, 67, 113, 149); 135 
(193); i44(131); 145(181) 146(1: 
251, 253-254) 

Jamaica Galley 57(30:42); i32(25) 

Jamaica Merchant i( 317,317**, 342, 
344); 11(169) 

Jamaica Packet 21 (53, 76); 64(299, 
302); 232(10); 232A(48) 

Jamerson & Peggy 64(268) 

James J (88, 107, 210, 212-213, 215, 217, 
232, 234-235, 239, 241, 244, 349, 373, 
386, 402-403) 2(60, 67, 88, 105, 117, 
144, 147, 159, 167, 218-219); 4(ser 1: 
34); 5(5-6, 55, 60-62, 67, 84, 88-89, 
107, 110, 141, 157, 177-180, 182, 186, 
189); 7(74); 11(181); 20(106); 20A 
64:220); 29(26, 68, 97, 155-156, 225- 
226, 267); 30(113); 35(98, 106, 134- 



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Index of Ship Names, continued 

135, 139, 151); 44{31, 39, 55, 57); 

44A(315, 321, 332, 334); 47(8:264, 

270, 319); 49(769); 144(266); 210 

( 18-20, 22, 37, 39-40, 44, 46, 49); 211 

(72, 74); 212(217); 232(8); 232A 

(46) 
James & Mary 2 (22); 11( 178); 64(240) 

238(99) 
James Bayley 28(205) 
James Coulter 29(67) 
James Goodwell 2(10, 48, 76, 140, 153); 

138(3:301, 350); 238A(3:284, 331); 

141(235); 143(8); 145(8, 15); 146 

(1:10-11, 21-22) 
James Monroe 29(100, 263-264) 
Jan Baptist 84(181); 86(33); 86A( 141) 

See also John Baptist; de St Jan Bap- 

tiste; St John Baptist. 
Jane 20(129-130); 20A( 65:22, 24); 24 

(61:349); 28(206); 29(29, 71, 95-96, 

104, 207, 217, 221, 225); 36(33); 64 

(261), 258(340) 

See also Jean. 
Jane & Mary 64(240) 
Jane Ann 29(38) 
Janet 36(35); 132(20); 135(177, 220, 

230); 141(239); 245(347); 146(1: 

473); 151 (6:Spring 1955, 38); 175 

(175-176) 
Janette Josephine 29(256) 
Jason 29(85, 181) 
Jasper 29(217) 
Jasper T. Crooker 29(55) 
Java 29(30) 
Jay 29(28) 
Jealous 243(24) 
Jean 145(541, 561); 146(3:62, 102- 

103) See also Jane. 
Jeane Louise 29(255) 
Jeany 64(286, 296, 304) 
Jefferson 24(60:240; 62:80); 29(53, 195, 

266) 
Jeffrey (Jefferies) 12(12:480-482; 13: 

106-108, 145-146, 148, 176-179, 209- 

212); 117(679); 117A(228); 124 

(329); 124A( 22) 
Jeneffer 144(365); 145(467); 146(1: 

699); 282(12) 
Jenny 20(26, 149-150); 20 A( 62: 330); 

64(247); 65(15); 285(33:475) 
Jenny & Polly 20(21-22); 20 A (62: 325- 

326) 



Jeremy 2(199); 22(140, 144, 177) 

Jerusalem 64(317) 

Jewel 35(65); 39(33-34, 44, 54) 

Johanes Andreas 245(646) 

Johann Andreas 246(3:182) 

Johanna 64(295, 316) 

John 2(134, 335-336, 339); 2(171, 196 
211-212); 4(ser 2:140); 22(138, 143 
158-160, 164, 167, 181-182); 20(52 
116); 20A(63:141; 64:316); 28(206) 
29(104, 200); 30(18); 36(34); 44(111) 
44A(356); 56(332); 64(230, 260 
267-270, 277, 287, 299, 309, 312-313) 
67(208); 238(4:99); 245(538, 543 
550); 246(1:167-168; 3:57, 68, 74) 
255(234); 264(1:175); 265(30:427 
32:363) 

John & Adeline 29(57) 

John & Dorothy 2(289); 5(123); 35 
(184); 57(31:311) 

John & Edward 29(255) 

John & Elizabeth 2(191); 22(12:14, 48, 
50, 89, 272, 307, 342, 441, 553); 132 
(20, 31); 235(178); 244(346); 245 
(448); 246(1:665, 668-670); 252(7: 
Spring 1956, 39); 275(178, 180) 

John & Francis 2(214, 227-228, 241, 
244, 250-251, 254, 263); 208(xxix, 
xxxi-xxxii); 220(19, 33, 46, 49, 55-56, 
58, 67); 222(217) 

John & James 2(360) 

John & Joane 22(167) 

John & Mary 2(377); 64(229, 268) 

John & Sarah 2(355, 369); 29(81-82); 
44(73-74, 76); 53(377-379); 53 A 
(20); 64(234) 

John & Thomas 2(368,404); 20(44); 
20A(63:134); 64(237) 

John & William 2(26-27, 67); 64(240); 
232(10); 238(3:501); 238A(3:466); 
239A(5:35); 2395(11); 243(13); 144 
(84); 245(72); 246(1:101, 104-105); 
151 (7: Spring 1956, 38) 

John Baptist 24(31); 24A(64:345) See 
also Jan Baptist; de St Jan Baptiste; 
St John Baptist. 

John Buckley 29(90) 

John Burgwin 29(91) 

John Dickerson 29(126, 245-246) 

John Hannah 29(223) 

John Smith 29(93) 

John Williams 29(109) 

Johnson 2(26, 68, 146, 209-210); 63 
(83); 63A(65:67); 238(3:484); 138A 



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121 



(3:453); 143(11); 144(75); 146(1: 

71, 75-77); 205 
Jollif GaUey 64(237-238) 
Jolly Sailor 64(315) 
Jonas 35(107) 
Jonathan 1( 201-202, 204-205, 208, 210, 

216, 219-220, 222, 224, 226, 229, 233, 

238, 240, 257, 259-261, 263-264); 2 

(26, 133, 140, 173, 177); 5(25, 60- 

61); 35(56, 201); 57(32:407); 145 

(48); 208(xxix); 210 (5-6, 9-10, 13, 

15, 20-21, 23-24, 26, 29, 31-32, 34, 

38-39, 42, 45, 61, 64-65, 67-68) 
Jones 29(155) 
Jones Hull 29(66) 
Jorde Colony 164( 1:209) 
Joseph 1(364, 377, 380, 382, 385, 396, 

402); 2(213); 22(137, 144-145, 178); 

12(12:518); 29(33, 104); 29(66) 
Joseph & Ann J (357, 393, 402) 
Joseph & Ashton 12(12:272, 341, 552) 
Joseph & Mary 1(369); 20 (74); 20 A 

63:348) 
Joseph & Phoebe 27(82); 27 A( Sept 

1926:19-20) 
Joseph & Sarah 64(241) 
Joseph & Thomas 225(8) 
Josiah 2(10) 
Joyce 2(157, 191); 138(3:414); 138A 

3:389); i44(64-65); 245(22); 146 

(1:37-38) 
Judith 2(24, 47, 51, 76); 22(12:191- 

192); 30(17); 66(179); 244(186); 

245(269); 246(1:382); 151 (6:Sept 

1954, 37) 
Julia Ann 29(270) 
Juliana 29(9) 
Juliet 29(26) 
Julius Casear 29(267) 
Junius 29(34, 63, 284) 
Juno 27(82); 27 A( Sept 1926:20-21); 

28(206); 29(92, 224); 64(282-283); 

235(158); 244(377); 245(478, 578, 

589); 246(1:713; 3:105-106, 120) 
Jupiter 22(88); 27(82); 27A(June 1926: 

7-9); 29(231-232, 234); 285(33:475); 

232(25); 232 A( 138) 
Justine 29(125) 

K 

Kalmar Nyckel 293(464) 

Katherine 2(249); 5(96); 22(136-137, 
141-142, 145, 159, 167); 22(12:307, 
341); 30(20); 35(56); 245(646); 146 



(3:183); 265(31:87-89, 92, 95, 463- 

466, 468, 472; 32:90, 243); 299(73); 

220(54) 
Katy 29(26); 64(311) 
Kensington 29(74, 76) 
Kent 222(93, 99); 111 A( 379.) 
Ketly 144(287 ) See also Ketty. 
Ketty 232(12); 245(366); 246(1:496); 

252(7:Spring 1956, 38); 275(175) 

See also Ketly. 
Key of Calmar 75 ( 438 ) ; 75 A ( 135 ) See 

also den Calmar Sleutel. 
King Fisher 64(283, 299) 
King George 64(239) 
King of Prussia 232(10, 26); 139A( 11- 

12:84); 244(360, 418); 245(463, 518); 

246(1:694, 762) 
Kingston 36(33); 64(258, 260, 264, 269) 
Kingston Packet 20(87); 20A(64:23-24) 
Kinnoul 238(113) 
Kitty 29(91); 36(35); 64(251, 258, 274, 

297); 272(31) 
Kitty & Nelly 20(45); 20 A( 63: 134) 

L 

L. M. Pelham 29(259) 

Laconic 258(346) 

Lady Gallatin 29(117-118) 

Lady Moore 64(311, 313) 

Lady of the Lake 29(165); 243(23) 

Lady Washington 24(61:137); 29(225) 

Lady's Delight 29(124, 242) 

Lamb 22(164, 171, 174-175, 181); 14 

(13, 20, 22, 33-34, 39); 14A( 64:254, 

261, 337; 65:44-45, 165); 64(230); 

227(680); 227A(233) 
Lancaster 29(19, 283) 
Lane 29(150) 
Lark 64(246) 
Lascar 29(150) 
Laura 29(200) 
Laura Ann 29(9) 
Laura Townes 243(27) 
Laurance 64(266) See also Lawrence. 
Laurel 22(140, 176), 24(18); 24A(64: 

259); 29(223); 55(388); 56(333); 

243(6); 245(532); 246(3:32-33) 
Lavinia 245(550, 583); 246(3:74, 111) 
Lawrell. See Laurel. 
Lawrence 29(30, 93); 36(34-35); 64 

(271) See also Laurance. 
Leader 29(205) 
Leathley 244(307); 245(393); 246(1: 

536-538) 



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Index of Ship Names, continued 

Leda 28(205) 

de Leide 77(203) 

Leo 29(229) 

Leopard 29(173); 36 (39); 145(613); 

146(3:144-145) 
Leslie 2(13, 56, 78-79, 216); 132(11, 

15); 135(142, 154, 185, 190); 144 

(216); 145(301); 146(1:419); 147 

113, 124) 
Letitia 20(31-32); 20 A( 63: 18) 
Lewis 29(52, 125,272) 
Liberty 20(70, 137-138); 20A( 63:344; 

65:30); 29(13, 91, 149); 64(276); 145 

(629); i46(3:174, 177) 
de Liefde 76(820) See also Love. 
Lilly 11 ( 157-158); 21(58-60) 
Lingan 29(151) 
Lion 2(41,198); 5(46, 50, 80, 101, 171); 

11(141-142); 124(334); I24A(23) 

See also Lyon. 
Lion's Whelp. See Lyon's Whelp. 
Lisbon Marchant 1(355, 382) 
Little Baltimore 4(ser 1:159) 
Little Carpenter 238(115) 
Little Cherub 29(71); 145(629, 641); 

146 (3:162, 177-178) 
Little Fortesque 64(257) 
Little George Eyre 29(19, 79) 
Little James I(xxix); (96, 118, 169); 30 

(20); 34(167-173, 175-178); 34B 

(242-244, 297-300); 34C{ 86); 34D 

(2); 35(55); 448(121) 
Little John 11(70-71) 
Little Sarah 29(142) 
Little Strength 155 (230-231, 233); 164 

(1:169) 
Live Oak 24(62:170) 
Lively 64(289) 
Liverpool 20(99); 20 A( 64: 2 14); 64 

(301, 311) 
Liverpool Packet 29(176, 178, 207-208) 
Livinia. See Lavinia. 
Lixbos Merch". See Lisbon Merchant. 
Logan 29(105, 262); 250 
Loire 29(107-108, 249, 275) 
London 2(25, 119, 203); 20(34, 61, 101); 

20A(63:21, 237; 64:215); 28(206); 

63(45, 174); 63A(63:377; 67:110); 

744(130); 145(181); 146(1:250-251) 

147(117) 
London Merchant 1( 201-206, 216, 21&- 

219, 222, 227, 231, 233, 238-242, 247, 

251, 260, 262, 264-265); 2(93, 142, 



169); 210(5, 8-10, 21, 23-24, 27, 33, 
36, 38, 42, 44, 46-47, 52, 55, 64, 66, 
68); 211(73); 212(217-218) 

London Packet 20(102, 104); 20A( 64: 
216,218); 29(148); 64(261, 264,276, 
290, 298, 304, 314); 144(388, 395- 
396); i45(489, 496); 146(1:726, 735; 
3:11) 

Long Robert 30(16) 

Loniser 185(33:475) 

Lonsdale 20(81); 20 A( 63: 355) 

Lord Dunagannon 238(104) 

Lord Dunluce 238(121) 

Lorenzo 28(205) 

Loues Mireare 199(73) 

Louisa 20(63-64); 20 A{ 63: 240); 28 
(206); 135(139, 157, 182, 201, 214, 
230); 144(296, 320); 145 (374, 421) 
146(1:506, 581-584); 243(23-25, 28) 

Louise Cecilia 29(125) 

Louisiana 29(205) 

Louther 138(3:444); 138A(3:417); 144 
(70); 145(36) See also Lowther. 

Love 1(109); 7(75); 12(12:193); 35 
(130); 44(40); 44A(322); 47(8:271); 
83(12); 84(181); 86(36); 86A(146) 
See also de Liefde. 

Love & Unity 20(58); 20 A ( 63: 234) 

Lovely Betsey 20(60); 64(281, 308) 

Lovely Lass 20(96); 20 A( 64: 112) 

Lovely Nelly 21(63, 96) 

Love's Increase 11(139-140, 157-158, 
162-163) 

Lovey 64(245, 247, 249, 275) 

Lovonia. See Lavinia. 

Lowther 2(27, 150); 20(106); 20A(64: 
220); 143(10); 146 (1:54, 56); 232 
(8); 232 A( 46) See also Louther. 

Loyal George 64(239) 

Loyal Judith 2(10, 13, 25, 61, 64, 79, 
97, 114, 134, 153-154, 167, 189, 191); 
15(88); 132(15, 18-19, 21-22, 24-26, 
28-30); 135(162, 230); 138(3:487); 
138A(3:456); 141(241, 243, 247); 
143(12, 19); 144(79, 136-137, 141, 
153-154, 159); 145(62, 192, 200, 
228, 237); 146 (1:87, 89, 91, 265, 267, 
269, 270, 272, 282-283, 285, 323-325, 
334, 336-338); 147(108, 111, 118); 
151 (6: June 1954, 40, Sept 1954, 37, 
Winter 1954-55, 39); 152(65); 159 
(24); 163(342-343) 

Loyal Subject 12(12:442) 

Loyaltv 14(11, 21); 14A(64:166, 262) 



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123 



Lucretia 29(57); 64(249, 300) 

Lucy 29(55, 218); 36(35); 64(245, 247, 
249-250, 258, 263, 267, 273, 303, 306) 

Luminary 29(21) 

Lunion 29(121) 

Lutus 11 (72) 

Lydia 2(15, 27, 47, 49, 67-68, 77, 103, 
127, 144, 154, 160, 181, 191, 209); 20 
(52, 142); 20A (63:141; 65:35); 29 
(138); 64(265, 274, 278, 290, 298, 
303, 308-309, 313); 135(154, 191, 
215, 231); 141 (248); 145(194-195, 
211, 240, 257, 302); 146(1:273-274, 
276-278, 300-302, 340-342, 364, 420; 
3:13-14); 147(124); 151(7:Spring 
1956, 39; 8:Summer 1956, 57); 152 
(66); 158(43); 158A(56) 

Lydia & Mary 29(64) 

Lyon 1(213); 2(61,177); 4(ser 1:59); 
5(47, 53-54, 66, 155); 11(141, 157); 
29(41-42); 30(388); 35(62, 85-86, 
92, 94, 99, Appendix); 39(47-48, 106- 
107); 64(287); 123 (64, 83, 85); 144 
138-140, 161, 177); 208 (xxviii); 210 
(18) See also Lion. 

Lyon's Whelp 5(35-37, 147); 35(61) 

M 

M. Hope 29(207) 

M'Donough 29(64,104) 

Madiera Packet 29(154) 

Madison 29(92, 198) 

Maecht van Enchuysen 78(431); 78B 
(375) 

Magdalina 243(25-26) 

Magdeline 21(44) 

Magna Charta 20(69); 20 A ( 63: 343): 
232(5); 232A(43) 

Magnet 29(104, 111, 134-135, 240, 280) 

Maine 29(82) 

Mairmaid. See Mermaid. 

MaUey 138(3:304); 138A(3:287) 

Malvina 29(181-182) 

Manhattan 29(16, 263) 106 

Marblehead 64(242) 

Mercello 29(252) 

Marcus Hill 28(205-206) 

Marcy & Sarah 57(30:41) 

Marechal d'Estrees 242(21:970) 

Margaret 1(154, 205); 2(118, 188); 24 
(60:26, 348); 25(21); 28(206); 29 
( 13, 27, 30, 33, 53, 87, 94, 189, 195, 
222); 36(36); 44(66); 64(281); 124 
(330); 124A(22); 135(185); 145(618, 



631); 146(3:153, 157, 163); 191(9); 

210(10); 243(27-28); 243A(28) 
Margaret & John 1(203, 209, 211, 215, 

218, 220, 222, 226, 231, 233, 235, 240- 

242, 246, 248-253, 255-256, 261, 265); 

210(8, 14, 16, 20, 22, 25, 27, 31, 36, 

39-40, 45-47, 51, 53-57, 60, 65-66, 

69); 211(73); 212(217-218); 215(125) 
Margaret & Mary 20(34); 20A( 63:21); 

232(4); 232A(42) 
Margaret Wright 29(228) 
Margaretto 243(28) 
Margery 30(188) 

Margett & John. See Margaret & John. 
Margiana 243(28) 
Margrett. See Margaret. 
Marguiriet 243(26) 
Maria 24(61:267); 29(10, 20-22, 25, 

70, 88, 99-100, 179, 235-236, 272); 

145(587); 146(3:116-117) 
Maria Ann 29(263) 
Maria Caroline 29(278) 
Maria Duplex 27(82); 27 A( Dec 1926: 

25) 
Maria Elizabeth 145(616); 146(3:147) 
Maria Theresa 29(131) 
Marie 242(15:453) 
Marigold. See Marygold. 
Marine 27(82); 27A(Dec 1926:26) 29 

(159) 
Marion 29(112) 
Marius 29(194) 
Market Gardner 2(22, 72) See also de 

Moesman. 
Marlborough 2(77, 200, 204); 15(88) 

20(93, 169); 20A( 64: 109, 65:242) 

21(47, 49, 93); 57(31:310); 63(11) 

63A(63:187); 132(22); 144(145); 145 

(207); 146(1:293-295); 147(111,115, 

118); 158(44); 158A(57) 
Marmaduke 1(203, 210, 216, 225, 230- 

231, 234, 242, 251, 254); 35(59); 210 

(7, 15, 20-21, 30, 35, 37, 39, 47, 56, 

59); 212(218) 
Marmion 29(85) 
Mars 24(60:24); 29(30, 120) 
Martha 29(17, 132, 224, 250, 274); 64 

233, 240); 111(102); 111A(379); 

117(673); 117A(225); 146(3:55); 

165(31:92, 365-367, 461-463, 465, 

467; 32:89, 103, 351); 189(340) 
Martha & Hannah 57(30:40) 
Martha & Sarah 11(166, 174-175) 
Martin 2(137, 139); 5(8, 11); 35(201) 



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Index of Ship Names, continued 

Mary 1(348, 358, 362-363, 368, 370- 
371, 374, 380, 387); 2(10, 24, 68, 78, 
103, 114, 164, 171); 4(ser 1:41-42); 
11(162-163, 166, 176-177); 12(12: 
91-92, 162, 191, 193-194, 212); 20(32, 
59, 105, 118, 133, 165); 20 A (63:19- 
20; 64:219-220, 318; 65:26, 238); 24 
(61:350); 27(82); 27A(June 1926: 
13-14); 28(205); 29(7, 13, 15, 29-30, 
74, 94, 139, 142, 147-148, 224-225, 
241, 263, 279-280); 57(31:310); 64 
(234, 238, 241, 251, 256-257, 260, 
267, 272, 293, 300, 306); 138(3:489, 
559, 647); 138A(3:457, 519, 597); 
144(81, 92, 99, 153); 145(66, 100, 
118, 227, 533, 535, 537, 554, 557, 567); 
146(1:93-95, 130, 132-133, 151-152, 
322; 3:32, 35, 41-42, 78-79, 83, 85, 
90); 147 (107-108, 116); 151 (7:Win- 
ter 1956, 38); 160(150); 189(188) 
See also Mary Galley. 

Mary & Abagail 57(31:311) 

Mary & Ann 20(126); 20A(64:326); 
222(82-86) 

Mary & Aschsah Ann 29(74, 203) 

Mary & Elizabeth 20(34); 20A(63:21- 
22) 

Mary & Hannah 20(110); 20 A{ 64:224); 
232(9); 232A(47) 

Mary & James J (202, 244, 251-252, 
257); 208(xxix-xxxi); 210(7, 49, 55, 
57,61) 

Mary & Jane 35(105) 

Mary & Joane 2(177); 11(162, 166- 
167) 

Mary & John 2(65, 102, 144, 196, 203); 
5( 19, 21-22, 26, 29-30, 32, 34-35, 37, 
61, 63, 140-142, 144, 146-147, 178- 
180); 30(15); 35(87, 110); 36(5); 39 
(47-49, 100, 102, 106); 41; 44(68- 
71); 45(267) 

Mary & Martha 29(141) 

Mary & Nancy 29(146) 

Mary & Sally 29(38) 

Mary & Sarah 1(350, 356, 386, 393, 
414); 2(170); 136(240); 144(345); 
J 45 (447); 146(1:660-663, 665) 

Mary & Susan 29(96) 

Mary Ann 2(109,188); 5(115, 120, 123, 
164-165, 183); 20(35); 20A(63:22) 
29(28-30, 38, 67-68, 96-97, 226) 
44(48); 63(15, 17, 214); 63A(63 
191, 269; 67:318); 64(235); 243(27) 



Mary Ann Margaret 1(257); 208(xxxi); 

210(62) 
Mary Anne 35(181) 
Mary Galley 144(184); 145(265); 146 

1 : 376-377 ) See also Mary. 
Mary Margaret 1(203, 220, 244, 263); 

208 (xxviii-xxix); 210 (8, 25, 49, 67) 
Mary Maria 243(28) 
Mary Providence 1(246, 250); 210(51, 

55) 
Mary Rose 29(25, 27); 35(202) 
Mary William 11(177) 
Marygold 1 (204-205, 207, 216, 225, 235, 

237, 240, 248, 252, 264); 2(46); 4(ser 

1:52); 208(xxxiii); 210(9-10, 12, 20, 

30, 40, 42, 45, 53, 57, 69) 
Maryland 29(89) 
Maryland Merchant 2(167); 11(143, 

160-161, 164-165, 167-168, 172, 174- 

175, 182); 199(73-74) 
Maryland Packet 64(306) 
Maryland Planter 20(133-134); 20 A 

(65:26, 28) 
Massachusetts 64(289, 315, 317) 
Massasoit 29(173-174) 
Mast Fleet 63(198); 63A(67:222) 
Matilda 29(55, 93) 
Matthew 1(80); 2(75, 141, 165, 167- 

168); 44(107); 44A(353) 
Matty 21(33-34); 102-1(204); 102-1A 

(23)- 185(33:475) 
Mayflower l(xxiv, 27, 352, 394); 2(27); 

4 (ser 1:33); 5(30, 39, 47, 50, 55, 59, 

62, 77, 82, 98-99, 102, 104, 106-108, 

111, 121, 133, 137, 170, 184-186); 30 

(188, 281, 388); 33(399); 33A(48, 

52); 33B( 56); 33C( 166-195); 33D 

(66); 33E( 101); 33F-33G; 34(7-8, 

25-99); 345(183-186, 297-300); 34C 

(20-22); 34D(1); 35(47, 64-65); 37; 

39 ( 24, 33, 35, 45, 106, 108 ) ; 44B ( 1 15- 

116); 64(230-231, 240) 
Maylar 64(308) 
Mechanic 24(62:168); 29(104, 114); 

145(662); 146(3:197) 
Medford 29(87) 
Melita 29(195) 
Mentor 29(38) 
Mercator 29(13); 29(112) 
Merchant 11(176) 
Merchant Adventurer 35 ( 205 ) 
Merchant's Hope 1(116); 2(55, 71, 90- 

91, 134, 190); 44A(359); 217(4:190; 

15:142) 



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125 



Mercury 2(10, 51, 61, 76, 168); 29(31, 
148, 217); 64(238, 247, 259); 138(3: 
642); 138A(3:593); 143(15); 144 
(98); 245(113); 146(1:146, 149- 
150); 153(121) 

Mermaid 20 ( 39-40, 157-158 ) ; 20 A ( 63 : 
26; 65:130, 132); 29(230-231); 64 
261, 295) 

Merryland Merchant. See Maryland Mer- 
chant. 

Meta 29(64); 248(98-114) 

Meteor 29(217) 

Metoka 258(339, 341^347) 

Mexico 28(205); 246 

Middleton 64(232) 

Milford 29(104) 

Milledgeville 29(57, 143, 216, 221) 

Millen Den Ersten 29(178) 

Miller 29(149,220,223) 

Milo 29(111, 288) 

Minehead 64(291) 

Minerva 2(220); 20(23-26, 45, 74, 142) 
20A(62: 327-330; 63:134, 348; 65:116) 
28(205); 29(66, 148, 242); 63(32 
150, 186); 63A(63:284; 66:534; 67 
210); 135(166, 185, 193, 210, 213) 
136(210, 215, 237); 139(42); 139A(6 
42); I39B(18); 141(246); 144(381 
383, 388, 390, 394, 400); i45 (482 
485, 489, 492, 495, 500, 555); 146(1 
718, 721, 726, 729, 733, 739; 3:79-80) 
151 (6: Spring 1955, 37; 8: Summer 
1956, 58); 152(64); 185(33:475) 

Mirror 29(116) 

Missouri 29(38, 78) 

de Moesman 77(126, 131, 193, 430); 83 
6, 11-12); 84(181); 86(33,35-37); 
86 A( 141, 145, 147-148) See also 
Market Gardner. 

Moffat 29(195) 

Mohawk 24(60:162) 

MoUy 2(13, 25, 52, 73, 114, 120, 124, 
126); 20(58, 63, 73); 20 A{ 63: 234, 
240, 347); 36(34); 63(96); 63A(65: 
120); 64(252-254, 259, 262, 265, 291, 
295-297, 302-304, 308-309, 311, 314- 
317); 141(236); 144(52, 106, 149- 
150); 145(9, 135, 218, 221, 555, 567, 
582); 146(1:12-13, 173-174, 310- 
315; 3:82, 111); 147(111, 114-115); 
151 (6:Sept 1954, 37, Winter 1954-55, 
39); 152(65); 158(44, 46); 158A (58, 
61) 

Monai 243(27) 



Monomia 21(70-72) 

Montague 28(206); 144(414); 145 
(514); 146(1:757) 

Montgomery 29(31) 

Moravia 145(602) 

Morning Star 2(88); 29(211-212); 117 
(680); 117A(233); 123(95, 105, 117, 
119, 125, 150, 166, 209, 263); 124 
(329); 124A(22); 144(404); 145 
(504); 146(1:744) 

Morris 29(86) 

Mortonhouse 2(47, 114, 124, 154, 209); 

138(3:346, 390); 138A(3:327, 367); 

143(8-9); 144(55, 58); 145(12, 15); 

146(1:17-19, 23, 25-26) 
Mount Bay 28(206) 
Mount Vernon 29(91-92, 254) 
Mountserrat Merchant 11 ( 169) 
Mulberry 14( 21 );14A( 64:262); 64(296) 
Murrey (Murray) 64(247, 249) 
Muscliffe 2(26); 135(188); 144(172); 

145(253); 146(1:358) 
Mynheer van Barckel 146(3:3) 
Myrtilla 135(170); 144(372); 145(474); 

146(1:707) 
Mystic 29(221) 

N 

Nachen 30(17) 

Nancv 2(12, 20, 26, 191, 203, 209-210); 
20(17, 99-100, 132, 148, 163-164); 
20A( 62:321, 64:115, 214; 65:25-26, 
121, 235-236); 28(205); 29(9, 15-17, 
27, 64, 87, 111-112, 170, 197-198, 247, 
280); 36(32, 34-35); 64(248, 252, 
257, 259, 261, 264, 266, 273, 281, 287, 
289-290, 292, 297, 301-302, 304, 306- 
307, 309, 313-314, 316); 135(135, 
137, 144, 162, 169, 171, 174-175, 177, 
180, 183, 188-189, 196-197, 199, 202, 
204, 218, 222, 228); 144(124, 238, 
256, 282, 323, 415); 145 (164, 321, 
337, 361, 427, 515); 146(1:226-227, 
229, 442, 462, 491, 591-593, 595, 757; 
3:103-104); 165(32:352, 354); 175 
(183); 176(464); 238(76, 80); 243 
(24) 

Nancy & Friendship 144(122) 

Nancy & Mary 29(221) 

Nancy & Sucky 144(387); 145(489); 
146(1:725) 

Nancy Mumm 4(ser 1:56, 58) 

Nansimum. See Nancy Mumm. 



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Index of Ship Names, continued 

Nassau 64(295); 145(524); 146(3:18- 
19) 

le Nasseau 224(29) 

Natchez 29(191) 

Nathaniel I (349, 363, 366, 368, 388, 405, 
411, 415); 2(88); 11(159); 60(378) 

Nautilis 28(205); 29(150) 

Nellam 64(260) 

Nelly 64(254, 260) 

Nelly Frigate 20(140); 20 A( 65: 33) 

Neptune 1 201-203, 206-207, 209, 215, 
230, 240, 242, 245, 247, 249-250, 253- 
255, 258, 354, 360, 364, 366, 372, 390, 
397, 408, 412); 2(62, 190, 205); 11 
(140, 158); 20(69, 97-98, 100, 146); 
20A( 63:343; 64:113-114, 214; 65: 
119-120); 24(60:26); 25(20-21); 29 
( 180, 213, 283); 35( 108, 203); 44(61- 
62, 69); 44A(337); 57(30:42); 63 
(83, 197); 63A(65:67; 67:221); 64 
230, 239-240, 286, 304); 132( 18-19, 
26, 29); 135(144, 170, 178, 181, 183, 
186, 202, 209, 212, 214, 216, 232); 136 
(202, 204, 207, 210, 212, 216, 219, 221- 
225, 228, 231-234, 236, 238-239, 246, 
249, 253-254, 256, 258); 144(175, 
259, 261, 283, 308, 332, 348-349, 390, 
413); 145(256, 341-342, 362, 394, 
435, 450-451, 491, 513); 146(1:362, 
466-467, 492, 538, 540, 542-543, 545, 
620, 622, 624, 626, 671-675, 677-679, 
681, 728, 756); 151 (7:Winter 1956, 
38, Spring 1956, 39; 8: Summer 1956, 
57); 158(43); I58A(57); 175(175); 
i76(465); 210(6, 8, 11-12, 14, 20, 
35, 45, 47, 50, 52, 54-55, 57-59, 62); 
211(71, 74); 212(217-218) 

Neptune's Barge 29(215) 

Nereus 29(85) 

Nesesidad 243(26) 

Nevis Adventure 11(136-137, 142-143) 

Nevis Merchant 2(169, 175); 11(144, 
155, 159-160, 164, 166, 169-172, 174) 

New Bean 29(7-8) 

New England Galley 63(110); 63A(G5: 
536) 

New England Merchant 11(164, 167, 
173, 181) 

New Industry 63(179); 63 A( 67: 203) 

New Packet 29(147) 

New Polly 64(267) 

New Swallow 64(248, 254) 



New York 4(ser 1:89); 145(581); 146 

3:109-110); 243(23, 27-28) 
Newbury 64(270) 
Newburyport 29(167-168) 
Newfound Land Merchant 11(140); 55 

(388) 
Newmarket 20(106); 20 A( 64: 220); 232 

(8); 232A(46) 
Newry Assistance 185(33:475) 
Newton 145(608); 146(3:140) 
Niagara 28(206); 29(203-204) 
Nicholas 4(ser 2:160); 20(37); 20A(63: 

24) 
Nicholas & Rebecca 1(376, 406) 
Nicholson 4 (ser 1:61) 
Nightingale 30(19) 
Nimrod 29(104, 182, 185-186, 243) 
Noah 1(204); 208(xxix); 210(9) 
Nord America. See North America. 
Norden 254(24) 
Norfolk 20(76); 20 A ( 63: 350) 
Norris 2(56); 138(3:457); 138A(3: 

429); 139(39); J39A(5:30); I39B(6); 

144(71); 145(37); 146(1:57-58) 
den Norske Klippe 254(33) 
North America 29(48); 145(528); 146 

(3:24-25) 
North Briton 64(299) 
Northumberland 258(354-357, 359-367) 
Norwich 4 (ser 1:87) 
Nova Scotia 64 (272-273, 275-276, 280, 

282, 284, 287, 289-293, 295-296, 298, 

301-302) 
Nova Scotia Packet 36 (37-39) 
Nuestra Ira 243(24) 
Numa 24(60:23) 
Nymph 29 (61, 283) 

o 

Oak Tree. See den Eyckenboom. 

Oake 11(172) 

Ocean 29(117, 258, 267); 146(3:106) 

Octavia 29(32, 227) 

Ohio 29(280) 

Oley Frigett 57(31:311) 

Olive 29(215); 63(113); 63A(65:539); 

64(276, 290, 292, 294) 
Olive Branch 11(169); 20(139-140); 

20A( 65:33); 29(15, 109, 146, 195, 

220); 64(275) 
Olive Tree 11 ( 165, 175-176) 
Oliver 2(93); 131(1:101); 144(99-100) 

145(119); 146(1:152-154); 151(7: 

Spring 1956, 38) 



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127 



Only Daughter 29(58, 228) 

Only Son 28(206); 29(148) 

Onslow 29(105) 

Ontario 28(29:205-206) 

Oracle 29(223) 

Orient 28(205-206); 257 

Orion 29(9) 

Orison 29(257) 

Orizimbo 29(119-120) 

Orlando 27(82); 27 A( June 1926:9) 145 

(648); 146(3:185, 187) 
Orleans 29(127) 
Oryza 29(175) 
Osgood 2(203) 132(21); 135(139, 145, 

159, 161, 166, 176-177, 196, 219, 224, 

235-236); 144(241); 145(323); 146 

(1:445); 1 51 ( 8 : Summer 1956, 57); 

169 (13); 170(442) 
Ossian 28(206) 
Ossipee 29(65-66) 
Oswego 29(85) 
de Otter 77(282, 308-309, 422, 424, 428, 

433); 83(10, 15); 84(181); 86(35, 

37); 86 A( 144, 149) 
Owner's Adventure 2(216) 
Owners Advice 117(679); 117 A{ 228) 



P. S. 29(24,152) 

Pacific 29(283) 

Packet 29(57, 243) 

Packet Eliza 29(229) 

Paliena 144(187) 

Paliena & Margaret 144(188) 

Pallas 20(76); 20A(63:350); 29(56) 
144(354-355); 145(457, 576); 146(1 
687; 3:46-47, 98); 189(193); 232(6) 
232 A{ 44) 

Palofax 29(142) 

Paoli 64(315) 

Paragon 29(215, 217) 

Parnassor 29(13) 

Patience 1(253, 255); 2(10, 113, 119, 
149, 154, 181, 191, 200, 205, 219); 11 
141, 181-182); 20(95); 20A(64:111); 
36(30-31); 64(243); 66(179); 135 
(133-135, 140, 143-146, 154, 156- 
157, 163-164, 166-167, 171, 176, 178, 
182, 193-198, 201, 204-206, 210, 218, 
220, 226, 233-234, 236); 136(199, 212, 
228, 257); J39A( 11-12, 84); 141(239, 
241); 144(206, 223-224, 249, 304); 
145(269, 292, 307, 331, 386); 146(1: 
383-384, 387-388, 407, 426, 455, 526- 



527, 529-531); I5I(6:June 1954, 40, 
Winter 1954-55, 39, Spring 1955, 38; 
7:Spring 1956, 38); 169(13); 170 
(442); 174(9); 175(181); 199(74); 
208(xxix); 2i0(57, 60) 

Patience & Judith 64(236) 

Patience & Margaret 132(28); 135 
(208); 145(274); 146(1:386-338) 

Patient 20(40); 20 A( 63: 27) 

Patriot 29(175) 

Patsey Rutledge 136(197, 229); 145 
(524, 526, 534); 146(3:6, 16-17, 22, 
24, 34, 38, 48, 104) 

Patty 24(60:241); 27(82) 64(295) 

Patty & Peggy 144 (417); 145(517); 
146(1:760) 

Patty & Sally 29(253) 

Patuxent 20(64, 145); 20A(63:241; 65; 
119) 

Paul I (50, 103); 2(28, 107, 132, 151, 
161, 172); 44(102); 44A(349); 217 
(4:61) 

Paula 243(23-25) 

Pauline 248(77-92) 

Peace & Pleanty 21(54-55); 64 (251) 

Peacock 29(267) 

Pear Tree 83(5); 84(181) See also de 
Pereboom. 

Pearl 11(143); 64(260); 238(85); 243 
(26) 

Pegasus 29(49, 74) 

Peggy 2(191, 195); 4(ser 1:86); 20(18, 
20); 20A(62:322, 324); 36(32); 64 
(249, 252, 262, 267, 275, 280, 304 );132 
(22); 135 ( 136, 140, 146, 148, 190, 197, 
207, 215, 219, 226, 229, 234, 237); 136 
(244, 246); 139(40); J39A( 5:33-34); 
139B( 10); i44(310, 337); 145(397, 
440, 542, 549, 575); 146(1:545-548, 
550, 636, 638-641; 3:61, 72-73, 95); 
i85(33:475-476) 

Peggy & Hannah 36(35); 64(274) 

Peggy Stewart 20(90); 20 A( 64: 106) 

Pelican 64(231) 

Pell (Pill) Packet 64(253,266) 

Pembroke 64 (256) 

Penelope 29(131, 181); 243(28) 

Penguin 29(143) 

Penn 185(33:475) 

Pennsylvania 2(28, 49, 195); 24(60:27) 
29(70); 143(11); 144(73, 350); 145 
45, 453, 575, 587, 607); 146(1:681- 
682; 3:96, 98, 115-116, 137) 

Pennsylvania Farmer 238(125) 



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Index of Ship Names, continued 

Pennsylvania Merchant 2(61, 76, 97, 
191); 132(25); 138(3:440, 483, 557); 
i38A(3:413, 452, 518); 141(245); 144 
(66, 89-90); i45(25, 91); 146(1:42, 
45-46, 66, 68-69, 121, 124-125); 147 
(108); 152(62) 

Pennsylvania Packet 15(90); 20(143- 
145); 20A( 65: 116, 119); 144(383, 
394, 404); 145(484, 495, 505); 146 
(1:720, 733, 746); 151(6: June 1954, 
40, Winter 1954-55, 39); 185 
(33:476); 187(379) 

Percival 29(110) 

Perseverence 27(82); 27 A( June 1926:3); 
29(30-31, 69) 

Persia 29(55) 

Perth Amboy 2(56, 66); 144(104); 145 
(130) 

Peter 4(ser 2:142-143); 11(169) 

Peter & Anthony 223 ( 153-155 ); 224(14) 

Peter & Phillip 57(30:42) 

Peter Bonaventure 1 ( 43, 47, 51 ) ; 2 ( 152 ) ; 
44(101-102); 44 A( 348-350) 

Phanton 29(26, 91) 

Pheba. See Phoebe. 

Phil Tabb 29(138) 

Philadelphia 29(63, 193-194) 

Philadelphia Packet 145(535-536); 146 
(3:34-35, 41-42, 44-45, 48); 189( 187, 
190, 193) 

Philedini 29(87) 

Philenia 29(21) 

Philippe 242(15:68) 

Phillip 1(94); 2(80, 131, 179); 29(86); 
30(188, 288, 303); 112(15, 22); 217 
(3:184) 

Philotaxe 29(228) 

Phoebe 29(93, 95); 144(402); 145(503); 
146(1:742) 

Phoenix 1(213); 2(56, 65, 67, 119-120, 
154, 191, 200, 210); 11(142, 159-160); 
i5(88); 64(245, 252, 264, 270, 290, 295, 
305, 314); 117(673); II7A(225); 132 
(10, 15, 22, 25); 735(151-153, 158, 165, 
167, 170, 185, 197, 204, 212-213, 218, 
220, 225, 230) 136( 197, 199-200, 202- 
204, 206, 208-216, 219-224, 226, 228, 
230-232, 234-239, 241-245, 247-249, 
253, 255-257); 139(39, 41); 139A(5: 
30, 36; 6:44); 139B(6, 12, 20); 141 
(239); 144(163, 169, 202-203, 236, 
262-263, 292, 297, 334); 145(244, 251, 
289, 318, 343, 370, 375, 437); 146(1: 



346, 355, 404, 439, 469, 501, 507, 626, 
629,633,636); 147(112, 119, 123) 151 
6:June 1954, 40, Sept 1954, 37; 7:Win- 
ter 1956, 38-39, Spring 1956, 38-39; 8: 
Summer 1956, 58-59); 154(195); 171 
(31); 175(176, 178, 182-183); 176 
(464); i85(33:475); 208(xxviii); 210 
(18) 

Pide Cowe. See Pied Cow. 

Pied Cow 1(106, 110); 2(135, 148); 30 
(103, 119); 35(174); 44(38, 41); 44A 
320, 322); 47(8:269,271) 

Pilgrim 29(200, 202) 

Pill Packet. See Pell Packet. 

Pilot 29(207) 

Pineapple 64(235) 

Pink 29(98) 

Pizarro 29(98) 

Plain Joan 1(78); 2(47, 73, 139, 155, 
188); 5 (31); 38(248); 217(2:212) 

Plaisance 2(149, 209); 138(3:485); 
i38A(3:454); 144(77); 145(52); 146 
(1:78, 81-82) 

Plantacon 1(360, 372, 381, 385, 390- 
391, 398, 403) 

Plantation 30(20) 

Planter 1(43, 45, 47-48, 50, 53, 55-56); 
2(67, 95, 123, 127, 142); 4(ser 1:41); 
5(1-2, 6, 65, 69-70, 92, 112, 168); 11 
(141, 162); 14(22); i4A(64:263); 20 
(29-30); 20A(63:16, 18); 29(15, 33, 
181, 213, 226); 30(143); 35(108, 139- 
140); 38(249); 44(15-21, 69); 44A 
(303, 305-307); 47(8:253-257); 56 
(333) 

Planters Adventure 238(40) 

Platacon. See Plantacon. 

Plato 29(166) 

Pleasant 2(49, 120, 161, 205, 208); 138 
(3:498); I38A(3:465); 144(83); 145 
(70); 146(1:99-101) 

Pleasure 35(60) 

Plough 5(60, 102, 105) 

Plough of Woolwich 35(94) 

Pocohantas 29(95, 143, 166) 

Polly 15(90); 20(59); 20A(63:236); 29 
(104); 36(33-34, 40); 64(246-247, 
249, 259, 262, 264, 266-269, 272, 279- 
280, 285, 289, 297, 299, 308, 310, 312, 
314, 316); 136(201); 139(41-42); 
J39A(6:37-39); J39B(13-15); 144(357, 
369, 376); 145(459, 471, 477, 541, 567, 
583); 146(1:690, 703, 712; 3:61, 82, 
90,112); I5i(7:Spring 1956, 39); 232 
(5);232A(43) 



INDEX OF SHIP NAMES 



129 



Pomona 165(32:369-370) 

Poppett 36(38); 64(294) 

Port Royal 2(39) 

Portia 29(225) 

Portland 24(60:24); 29 ( 19) 

Portsmouth 1(367) 

Post Boy 29(222) 

Postilion 1(402) 

Potomac 20(158); 20A(65:132) 

Potomac Merchant 12(13:78) 

Potowmack. See Potomac. 

Pratt 64(282, 292, 299, 303) 

President 24(61:350); 29(21, 88); 135 

(137, 183, 198, 201, 211, 213, 220); 

136(199); 144(281); 145(360); 146 

1:489) 
Primrose 1(114); 2(14, 18, 28, 41, 72, 

137, 140, 147); 8(38); 11(159, 163, 

165, 169, 180-181), 38(248); 217(4: 

189) 
Prince 12( 12:309, 341, 343; 13:13) 
Prince Eugene 4(ser 1:64) 
Prince Henry 238(11) 
Prince Madoc 29(93, 253-254) 
Prince of Brazil 28(206) 
Prince of Orange 64(283) 
Prince of Wales 2(191); 64(261); 144 

(366); 145(468); 146(1:700); 151(8: 

Summer 1956, 58) 
Princes of Portugal 64(236) 
Princess Augusta 2(92, 126); 135(217); 

138(4:72); 143(16); 144(102); 145 

(126); 146(1:162, 164-165); 151(7: 

Spring 1956,38) 
Princess Caroline 20(81) 
Priscilla 2(20, 154, 190, 203); 63(157); 

63 A( 67: 93); 64(246, 282, 288, 300); 

135(234); 136(226, 231, 233-235, 246, 

255); 144(196, 240); 145(283, 322); 

146(1:397,443) 
Progress 258(339,342) 
Prophet Daniel 35(56) 
Prosperity 11(181); 29(196); 57(31: 

310); 64(241); 64(278) 
Prosperous 1(203, 205, 207, 214, 220, 

230, 246, 248, 348, 352, 363, 384, 395, 

400, 405, 415, 418); 2(80, 85, 109, 

140); 11(158); 208(xxix, xxxiv); 210 

(7,10,12,19,25,35,51,53) 
Protection 27(82); 27A(June 1926:3-5; 

Dec 1926:25-26) 
Providence 1(243, 247, 251-252, 259, 

352-353, 377, 380-381, 396, 401); 4 

(ser 1:65); 11(92, 94, 157, 174-175, 



180); 12(12:269-270, 518-519); 30 

19, 22); 36(33); 64(231, 255, 261); 

117(679); 117A( 227-228); 124(333); 

124A(22-23); 208(xxxiii); 210(48, 51, 

55-56, 63); 214(47); 214A( 166) 
Prudence 24(61:265) 
Prudence & Mary 1(348, 369, 380, 383, 

389,406,411,416) 
Purchase 64(314) 
de Purmerender Kerck. See de Purmer- 

lander Kerck. 
Purmerland Church 83(19, 22); 84 

(181); 86(38-39); 86A(151, 153); 

112(4) See also de Purmerlander 

Kerck. 
de Pumerlander 77(272) 
de Purmerlander Kerck 195(69-70 & 

photostat illus. opp 68); 196(310-311) 
Pyrennes 29(227) 

Q 

Queen Ann 57(31:311) 
Queen Elizabeth 2(47); 143(18); 144 
'(120); 145(160); 146(1:216, 218- 

219); 147(122) 
Queen Margaret 2(135) 
Queen of Denmark 2(178, 217); 132 
* (25); 135(148); 136(237, 240); 141 

(239); 144(265, 294, 301); 145(346, 

372, 382); 146(1:472, 504, 516, 518- 

521); 182(12) 
Quiroga 29(90) 

R 

Rachel 20(170); 20A(65:243); 24(60: 
26); 29(183-184, 210); 146(1:409) 

Radius 27(82); 27A(Nov 1924:11); 29 
(255, 268) 

Rainbow 2(114); 11(93, 168, 173); 36 
(35, 39); 55(388); 64(265, 272, 277, 
281, 300, 306, 311); 146(3:51); 189 
(336) 

Rajah 67(209) 

Raleigh 27(82) 

Rambler 29(11,224) 

Randolph 20(37); 20 A( 63: 24) 

Ranger 29(183, 221); 36(33); 64(247- 
248, 250, 256, 260, 268, 271, 279, 292, 
294-295, 297-298, 301, 303, 306-308, 
311,313,315-316) 

Ranier2(68, 114); 144(209); 145(294); 
146(1:411) 

Rathornis 56(332) 



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Rawley 135(155, 172, 186-187); 146 

(1:499) 
Rea Galley i85(33:475) 
Rebecca J (50, 54, 369, 385, 390, 392, 

396, 401, 407, 413, 416, 418); 2(215); 

4(ser 1:31); 20(96); 20A(64:112); 

30(19); 35(125, 139, 160); 44(19- 

20); 44 A ( 306-307); 47(8:255-256); 

64(240, 278, 313); 117(680); 117 A 

(232); 124(335); I24A(23); 145 

(613); 146(3:145, 147); 165(32:356- 

357, 359-366,370) 
Rebecca Ann 29(274) 
Rebecca Sims 29(64) 
Recover 29(98, 183) 
Recovery 1(375, 400, 405); 12(12:124- 

125; 13:176-179, 210-211); J44 

(396); 145(497); J 46(1: 659-660, 735) 
Reformation 11 ( 139, 158-159, 165, 167); 

35(108); 44(69) 
Regard 35(124) 
Reindeer 29(16, 250, 261) 
Releife 11(166); 55(388) 
Rensselaerswyck 75(434, 437); 75 A 

(131, 134); 76(809); 77(20, 33, 42, 

46,359); 80(365-367) 
Resolution 1(414); 11(172-173); 29 

(52-53); 199(74) 
Restauration 11(141); 107(348-360); 

1075(395-396); 135(158, 165, 190- 

191, 200, 232); 141(237); 144(177); 

J45(258); 146(1:365); I5I(7:Spring 

1956, 39) 
Restoration 20(93); 20 A( 64: 109); 64 

(234) 
Retorne 11(166); 55(388); 56(334) 
Retriere 29(114) 
Return 1(208-209, 219, 236-237, 242, 

253, 416); 2(216); 30(20, 23); 56 

(334); 210(13-14, 24, 41-42, 47, 57); 

212(217) 
Reuben 29(90, 214) 
Reuben & Eliza 29(256) 
Revenge 29 ( 240 ) ; 64 ( 236 ) 
Rialto 64(294) 
Richard 11(137-138, 143, 167, 171); 56 

(332) 
Richard & Ann 11(169) 
Richard & Elizabeth 2(63); 12(12:124- 

125, 157, 196); i38(3:558); 138A(3: 

519); 143(15); 144(91); 145(94); 

146(1:126, 128-129); 147(107) 



Richard & James 11(137-138, 141-143, 
145-146, 160-161, 164, 168-169, 171- 
172, 174); 56(334) 

Richard & John 64(235) 

Richard & Mary i(390); 132(27); 135 
(145, 149, 156-157, 164-165, 169, 
176, 178, 180-181, 213, 217, 222); 136 
(206, 224, 233, 246, 250, 252); 144 
(279, 305, 327); 145(358, 390, 431); 
146(1:487, 531-532, 534-536, 604- 
608); 147(107); 151 (6:Spring 1955, 
38; 7: Winter 1956, 39); 158(46); 
I58A(61); 175(180); 176(465); 199 
(74) 

Richard & Michael 117(677) 

Richard & Sarah 12(12:272, 303, 553- 
554) 

Richard & William 1 1 7A{ 232) 

Richard Penn 20(35-36); 20 A( 63: 23); 
i85(33:475) 

Richmond 2(82, 191, 204); 29(11-12, 
41); 135(143, 176, 181); 144(352, 
361); 145(455, 464); i46( 1:684, 
695); I5i(8:Summer 1956, 57-58); 
175(183); 233(188); 233A(l) 

Rigger 29(92) 

Rising States 27(82); 27A(Sept 1926:18) 

Rising Sun 29(56, 74, 203, 238) 

Rob Roy 29(217) 

Robert i(400, 404, 414); 11(139-140); 
20(174); 20A(65:247); 29(20); 63 
(6); 63A(63:182); 64(230) 

Robert & Alice 2(46, 103, 119, 128, 132, 
144, 148, 162, 191, 209); 132(9, 25, 
29); i35(225); i39(40); 139A(5: 
33); i39B(9); J4i(236, 238); 143 
(17); 144(134, 143, 157, 164); J45 
(159, 189, 203, 233, 245); 146(1:212- 
213, 215, 263-264, 267, 270, 286-288, 
330, 346-347); 147(113, 122); J 51 
(6: Sept 1954, 37; 7: Spring 1956, 39); 
159(21, 24) 

Robert & Elizabeth 14(32); 14 A( 65:43) 

Robert & Hester 11(140, 169); 55(388) 

Robert & Oliver 144(118) 

Robert Bonaventure 1(152); 44(64); 
44 A( 339) 

Robert Burns 29(25, 277-278) 

Robert Fulton 29(96) 

Robert Lenox 29(181) 

Rockingham 20(10); 20A(64:219); 232 
(8); 232A(46) 

Roger Stewart 29(95) 

Rolla 29(87, 131) 



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131 



Rome 29(26) 

Romp 29(143, 149, 215, 222) 

Rook Galley 63(178); 63A(67:202) 

de Rooseboom 77(54, 127, 251, 359, 414, 

416) See also Rosetree. 
Rosalie 29(255); 243(24-25) 
Rosamond 20(33, 88); 20A(63:21; 64:24) 
Rosanna 2(28); 135(159, 168, 180, 209, 

235); 24i (236); 144(162); 145(243); 

146(1:343-344); 185(33:475) 
Roscius 258(339-340, 343-346) 
Rose 1(289); 21(175, 182); 13(6); 35 

(184); 44(44); 44A(324); 64(272); 

144(390); 145(491, 551); 146(1:729; 

3:75-76); 185(33:476) 
Rose in Bloom 29(59); 243(24) 
Rose of Yarmouth 2( 129) 
Rose R. Pickle 29(69) 
Rosetree 2(10, 72); 83(23); 84(181); 

86(40); 86 A( 154) See also de Roose- 
boom. 
Rosetta i45(529); 146(3:22) 
Rosevvay 29(280) 
Ross 20(93-94); 20 A( 64: 110) 
Rotchell Merchant 11 ( 159 ) 
Rover 25(23) 
Rowand 2(120), 161); I39A(5:37; 11- 

12:84); I39B( 13); 144(316); 145 

(413); 146(1:568-571, 573); 151(7: 

Spring 1956,39) 
Roxana 29(222) 
Royal Charlotte 20(145-146); 20A( 65: 

119); 64(248) 
Royal Exchange 20(96); 20 A( 64: 112) 
Royal Judith 2(11) 
Royal Oak 11(168); 29(103, 266) 
Royal Union 2(10, 45, 52, 70, 78, 103, 

209); i32(24); 139(42); J39A(6 

40); 1395(16); 144(228); 145(312) 

146(1:431); I5I(7:Winter 1956, 38) 

174(9) 
Ruby 29(98, 180); 64(254-255, 266, 

276, 291) 
Rufus King 29(181, 265-266) 
Rundell 165(32:368) 
Russian Merchant 20(85-86); 20 A( 64: 

22) 
Ruthy 29(221) 
Rutter 2(121) 



Sachem 29(200) 
Sacred Heart 83(27) 
Gekruijste Hart. 



See also het 



Safety 1(121); 2(28, 41, 84, 90, 164, 
172); 217(4:262; 15:143) 

St Andrew 2(24, 26, 45, 47-49, 51-53, 
65, 68, 80, 95, 113-114, 134-135, 153, 
203); 63(174); 63A(67:110); 64 
(307); 132(9, 11, 29); 135(133, 180, 
232); 136(223); 138(3:614); 138A 
3:568); 141(237, 242, 244, 246); 143 
15-16, 19); 144(94-95, 108, 125-126, 
147, 165, 195, 250-251, 277); 145 
(107, 138, 170, 213, 246, 281, 332, 
356); 146(1:136, 140-141, 178, 180, 
182, 236, 238-239, 303, 305-306, 348- 
350, 396, 433, 456, 484); 147(108); 
151 (6:Sept 1954, 37, Spring 1955, 37- 
38; 8: Slimmer 1956, 58); 152(63); 
154(192); 158(45); 158A(60): 159 
(21-23); 163(343) 

St Antoine 243(28) 

St Bess 20(132); 20A( 65:25) 

St Clair 29(56) 

St George 12(12:228-229); 20(88); 20A 
(64:24) 

St George Merchant 63(6); 63 A ( 63 : 182 ) 

St Helena 29(64, 203); 238(106) 

St Jacob 83(26-27); 84(181) 

de St Jan Baptiste 77(428); 83(6, 18), 
112(21) See also Jan Baptist; John 
Baptist; St John Baptist. 

St John 11(160); 35(204); 56(333); 
86(41); 86A( 156) 

St John Baptist 2(21, 61); 14(14); 14A 
(64:255); 86(38); 86A(150) See 
also Jan Baptist; John Baptist; St Jan 
Baptist. 

St Louis 242(15:73) 

St Mark 2(11, 22); 132(13, 24); 144 
(146); 145(210); 146(1:296-297, 
299); 147(107, 115) 

St Martin 29(10); 78 A( 338); 785(376) 

StMartyn 78(432) 

St Michael 2(191); 145(378); 146(1: 
509-512) 

St Michael Michael 144(299) 

St Peter 2(26); 11(169); 83(27); 84 
(181); 86(41); 86A( 157) 

Sally 2(51, 192, 209); 15(90); 20(76, 
78, 121-122, 139); 20 A( 63: 350, 352; 
64:321-322; 65:32); 21(50); 24(60: 
348; 62:79); 28(205); 29(30, 87, 91, 
97-98, 131, 147, 149, 163-165, 223, 
245, 257); 36(34-35, 39); 64(245, 
247, 249, 256, 260, 264, 266, 269, 272, 
275-276, 279, 285, 294, 298, 300, 306- 



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Index of Ship Names, continued 

309, 313-314, 316); 67(208); 132(22, 
27); 135(192); 144(243, 377, 382, 
392, 402, 406, 414, 417); 145(323, 
478-479, 484, 493, 503, 506, 514, 517); 
146(1:446, 713, 719, 731, 743, 748, 
758, 761); 151 (7: Spring 1956, 38; 8: 
Summer 1956, 57); 1 65 (32: 246, 353); 
185(33:475) 

Sally & Hope 29(26, 92, 278) 

Sally Ann 29(19, 250) 

Salmon 29(145) 

Sam 20(44); 20A(63:31); 29(86, 149); 
185(33:475) 

Samaritan 29(216) 

Sampson 1(212, 247, 250, 262-263); 20 
(109, 170); 20A(64:223; 65:242); 29 
(21); 30(18); 210(17, 52, 66-67) 

Samuel J (226); 2(13, 26, 28, 32, 51, 56, 
80, 97, 113-114, 145-146, 199); 11 
(171-175); 56(334); 117(678, 680); 
117 A( 227, 233); 132(11, 30); J35 
(200); 138(3:437, 460, 554); 138A 
(3:410, 431, 515); 139(39-40); 139A 
(5:31, 33); 139B(7, 9); 143(10, 13, 
16, 19); 144(65, 71-72, 85, 104, 132, 
144); 145(23, 37-38, 75, 131, 184, 
204, 541); 146(1:39, 41-42, 59, 63- 
64, 106, 110-111, 168, 170-171, 256- 
257, 258, 261, 289-291; 3:60); 147 
(110, 114, 120, 122-123); 252(6: 
Spring 1955, 38); 158(44-45); 158A 
(57-58, 60); 175(180); 199(74); 210 
(31); 211(72) 

Samuel & Betsey 64(256) 

Samuel & Elizabeth 2(53, 79); 144( 140- 
141); 145(198); 146(1:279-281) 

Samuel & Mary 11(137-138, 142-143, 
145-146, 169, 177-181 ) 

Samuel Smith 29(88) 

San Antonio 29(48, 239) 

Sandwich 2(149); 144(245); 145(327); 
146(1:449); J5I(6:June 1954, 40); 
274(9); 175(176) 

Saphire Ketch 11(163-164, 169); 55 
(388); 56(334) 

Sarah i(228, 247); 17(161, 171, 174); 
29(26, 133-134); 57(30:40); 64(231, 
271, 295); 132(12, 30); 144(358); 
145(460,549); 146( 1:691; 3:73); 159 
(22-24); 285(33:475); 210(33, 52) 

Sarah & Elizabeth 11 ( 145, 162, 165, 167) 

Sarah Ann 29(266) 

Sarah Galley 57(31:311) 



Sarah Sheaffe 252 

Savage 29(24) 

Savary 29(203) 

Schuylkill 29(48); 193(462) 

Scipio 35(205) 

Scorton Polly 64(245) 

Sea Adventure 2(219) 

Sea Bird 258(354-367) 

Sea Gull 29(95); 64(313) 

Sea Serpent 29(245,270) 

Sea Venture J (202, 215, 223-225, 231); 
208(xxx); 210(7, 20, 28-30, 36) 

Seaflower 1 ( 208-209, 223, 236-237, 242, 
263); 11 (72, 138, 143); 35(108); 44 
(69); 64(230, 252, 258, 274, 278, 308, 
317); 210(13-14, 28, 41-42, 46, 67); 
212(217) 

Sebella 36(35) See also Sibella. 

Semerest. See Somerest. 

Seneca 29(15) 

Serpent 24(60:240; 62:78) 

Servant 29(253) 

Seven Friends 29(149) 

Seven Sisters 4(ser 2:141, 155) 

Shallopp 285(33:475) 

Shamrock 27(82); 27A(June 1926:16- 
17) 

Shannon 28(205) 

Sheild. See Shield. 

Sherburn 64(248) 

Shield 109(172); 111(108); I2iA(379); 
227(673, 678); 227A(225, 227) 

Shipwright 22(93); 20(138); 20 A( 65: 
31) 

Shirley 232(26); 235(179, 186, 199, 
204, 216); 242(237, 240, 242); 144 
(247); 245(330); 246(1:453) 

Sibella 20(57-58); 20A(63:234); 64 
267, 269, 272, 275, 283) See also 
Sebella. 

Silkworm 29(13, 219); 243(27) 

Simonds 255(228) 

Sims 20(106); 20 A( 64: 220) 

de Sint Pieter. See St Peter. 

Sisters 29(8, 70, 95, 103) 

Six Brothers 67(207) 

Smith 64(259) 

Society 2(347, 358, 362, 379, 387, 392, 
403, 412-413); 2(73, 168); 22(136- 
138, 140-141, 144-146, 162, 165, 168, 
172-173, 180-181); 24(14); 24A(64: 
254); 55(388); 64(239); 227(679); 
227A(228); 299(74) 

Solon 29(265) 



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133 



Somerset 64(252) 

Sophia 20(106, 108); 20A( 64: 22 1-222); 
28(206) 

Sophia Carolina 145(550); 146(3:73) 

Sophronia 29(139) 

denSoutberg 76(807) 

South America 29(69-70) 

South Boston 29(93) 

South Carolina Packet 29(7, 18, 33, 124, 
244,274) 

Southampton 1(207, 210-211, 217-218, 
224, 226-227, 233, 235, 237, 242, 249- 
250, 252, 258); 2(7, 39, 215); 210(12, 
15-16, 21-22, 29, 31-32, 38, 40-42, 
47, 54, 57, 62); 211(72); 212(217) 

Sparrow 30(19); 35(52, 205); 36(38); 
64(290) 

Spartan 29(99) 

Speedwell 1(82); 2(11, 64, 68, 76, 99, 
110, 121, 137, 174, 179); 11 (70, 163); 
20(37-38); 20A(63:24, 26); 30(13, 
204-208); 36(39); 44(77); 54(132); 
54A(46-47); 55(388); 57(30:41); 64 
(229, 236, 242, 245, 250, 264, 279, 282, 
285, 287, 294-295, 297, 300-301, 303, 
305, 307, 309, 312, 314, 316); 144 
(208); 145(293, 659); 146(1:410; 3: 
193); 169(13); 217(2:268) 

Spotted Cow 83(5-6, 13-14, 24); 84 
(181); 86(36-37, 40); 86A( 147-148, 
155) See also de Bonte Koe. 

Squaril 64(265) See also Squirrel. 

Squid 36(37,39); 64(272, 285, 310) 

Squirrel 64(292); 141(246); 144(351); 
145(454); 146(1:683); I5I(6:Spring 
1955, 37); 152(64) See also Squaril. 

Stamford 64(249, 252, 268, 279) 

Star 1(202-203, 205, 213, 218, 231-232, 
245, 247, 251); 2(203); 83(25); 84 
(181); 86(41); 86A(156) 

Starr 11 ( 157-158); J 99 (74); 208 (xxviii, 
xxxi-xxxii); 210(6, 10, 18, 23, 37, 50, 
52, 55, 68); 211(73) 

Starr & Garter 20(155); 20A(65:128) 

Stativa 243(27) 

de Statyn 2(97); 77(80, 132-133, 184, 
359, 433); 83(26); 84(181); 86(41); 
86 A( 156) 

Stephania 29(14, 273-274) 

Stephen 11(141-142, 145-146, 157-158, 
160, 164, 172); 20(64); 20A(63:241); 
56(333) 

der Ster. See Star. 

Sterling 29(87); 64(289, 293) 



Sterling Castle 36(35); 64(276); 65(15) 

Stetin. See de Statyn. 

Steven. See Stephen. 

Strafford 24(60:241) 

Stranger 29(205-206) 

Strassburg 262 

Strewberry 64(232) 

Submission 2(218); 11(136-137); 14 
(13, 17); I4A(64:253, 258); 117(674- 
675); II 7A(229-231); 118(7-13); 123 
(189) 

Success 11(159); 20(37); 20A(63:24); 
35(65); 36(37); 39(33-34, 43, 45); 
57(30:40); 63(20, 64, 141, 170); 63A 
(63:272; 64:264; 66:525; 67:106); 64 
(236, 252, 254, 257, 259, 261, 270, 274, 
286, 299, 314); 144(354); 145(457); 
146(1:687) 

Success's Increase 20(94); 20 A( 64: 110) 

Suckey 20(106); 20A(64:220); 64(305, 
308, 313) 

Suffolk 29(217) 

Sumatra 29(39, 231) 

Sunflower 243(27) 

Superb 4(ser 1:83); 29(18, 131, 241, 
276) 

Superior 29(199, 202) 

Supply 1(202, 204, 206, 211-212, 222, 
257, 364-366, 406); 11(169, 177); 55 
(388); 56(334); 210(6, 8-9, 11, 16- 
17, 26, 62) 

Susan 1(224-225, 229, 244-245, 249, 
262, 265); 11(160-161); 24(60:25; 61: 
134-135, 270); 29(33, 93-95, 97, 227); 
109(185); 208 (xxxii-xxxiii); 210(29- 
30, 34, 49-50, 54, 66, 69); 211(72, 74) 

Susan & Ellen 1(59, 62, 76); 2(88, 95, 
114); 5(2, 6, 39-41, 45, 99, 129, 168, 
177-178, 185-187); 35(131, 191); 44 
(23, 25, 29); 44A(309-310, 313); 47 
(8:258, 260, 263); 50(345); 57(30: 
459) 

Susan Constant 1(202); 208 (xxviii); 210 
(7) 

Susan Rusher 29(97) 

Susanna 1(394, 403); 4(ser 1:86); 11 
(160-161, 163-164); 20(8); 20A(62: 
246); 36(34); 64(246, 252, 258, 263- 
264, 276, 279, 294-295, 306-307, 309); 
199(74); 243(26) 

Suzette 243(23-26) 

Swallow 1(246, 358, 374, 394, 404); 11 
(182); 36(31, 33-36, 38-39); 64(244, 
249, 253-255, 257, 259, 263-264, 267, 



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Index of Ship Names, continued 

273, 275, 278, 280, 283, 289, 291, 295, 
301, 307, 310-311); 208(xxix); 210 
(50) 

Swan 1(205, 209, 211, 218, 220, 232, 
237-239, 245-246, 248, 250-256, 258, 
261-262, 265); 2(65, 151); 30(19-20, 
22); 35(52); 208(xxix-xxxii); 210(10, 
14, 16, 23, 25, 37, 42-43, 50-52, 55- 
56,58-60,62,65-66,69) 

Swan & Ellen. See Susan & Ellen. 

Swift 29(55, 219); 30(189); 35(92); 64 
(252) 

Sybel 29(226) 

Sylvia 64(301-302) 

Syren 29(143) 



Talbot 5(102, 107-108); 35(60, 65); 39 

(33-34, 44-45) 
Tekeli 29(213) 
Telegraph 29(11, 25, 85, 88, 206, 209- 

210) 
Telemachus 29(53, 215) 
Temperance 1(217, 222, 238); 29(22, 

24); 210(22, 27, 42) 
Ten Brothers 29(143) 
Thames 29 ( 127-128); 64(266, 286, 299) 
Thane 2(71); 144(151); 145(223); 146 

(1:315-316) 
Thankful 64(255, 290) 
Themes. See Thames. 
Theresa 29(237) 
Thetis 29(89) 

Thistle 2(10, 22, 51, 56, 63, 119); 132 
(18, 30); 138(3:409); 138A(3:385); 

143(9, 18-19); 144(62, 121, 127); 145 

(20, 163, 172); 146(1:31, 221-222, 

224, 240, 242-243); 147(120-122); 

148-148C; 154(191); 175(180) 
Thomas 1( 126); 2(18, 103, 108); 3(39); 

29(24, 56); 64(261, 265, 282, 284, 298) 

217(15:144) 
Thomas & Anne 4(ser 2:149) 
Thomas & Benjamin 109(64) 
Thomas & Edward 29(160) 
Thomas & Eliza 29(87) 
Thomas & Elizabeth 14(43); 14A( 65: 

169) 
Thomas & John 1(83); 2(28, 41, 81, 107, 

151); 38(248); 217(2:374) 
Thomas & Mary 2(130); 11(141, 145) 
Thomas & Samuel 64(270, 282) 



Thomas & Susan 1(416) 

Thomas & William 35(91) 

Thomas Clackley 146(3:76-77); 145 

(552) 
Thomas Gordon 29(34) 
Thomas Tenant 29(89) 
Thorn 29(38,238) 
Three Brothers 1(418); 64(293) 
Three Friends 29(82); 36(34); 64(247- 

248, 265-266, 269-271, 275, 277-278, 

281-282, 291, 295, 304, 306-308) 
Three Partners 64(251, 263, 276, 280) 
Three Sisters 145(644, 657, 666); 146 

(3:180, 191-192, 204) 
Tibitha & Priscilla 14(37); 14A(65:49) 
Tiger 1(210, 215, 233-234, 244, 255, 

262); 2(137); 144(396-397); 145 

(497); 146(1:736); 210(15, 20, 38, 

40,49,59, 66); 211(72) 
Tobacco Plant 29(83, 224) 
Tom 145(591); 146(3:120-121) 
Tontine 29(60, 198) 
Torbay 4(ser 2:178) 
Townshend 2(68, 77, 80, 191); 141 

(238); 144(109); 145(140); 146 

(1:184-186) 
Trader 29(76, 78) 
Transport 1(101); 2(14, 55, 63, 74, 79, 

84, 91, 127, 150, 155, 172, 179, 213); 

4(ser 1:20); 8(38); 217(3:389; 5:343) 
Traveler 145(595); 146(3:124-125) 
Treasurer 1(206-207, 211, 220, 222, 224, 

238, 240, 246, 248, 253, 256, 264); 2 

(60, 87); 208(xxxii); 210(11-12, 15- 

16, 25, 27, 29, 43-44, 47, 51, 53, 58, 

60,68) 
Trent 1(397) 
Trial 1 (204, 206, 210, 212, 220, 222, 

233-234, 252, 255, 259); 2(136, 176); 

11(141-142, 144-145); 30(17); 35 

(65); 39(33, 45); 56(333); 57(31: 

310); 64(230, 235, 246, 258, 260, 263. 

269, 273, 287, 291); 144(368); 145 

(470); 146(1:703); 208 ( xxix-xxx, 

xxxiii); 210(9, 11, 14, 16, 25-26, 39, 

56, 60, 64); 211(72) 
Trident 29(63, 191, 257) 
Trim 29(149) 
Tristram 64(271, 277) 
Tristram & Jane 9(142); 219 
Triton 29(229); 145(576); 146(3:98) 
de Trouw 2( 153); 77 ( 117, 190, 208, 274, 

282, 359, 409, 413, 419, 426, 428, 431, 

435) See also Faith. 



INDEX OF SHIP NAMES 



135 



True American 29(207) 

True Britton 64(248) 

Truelove 1(85, 131, 209, 211, 213-215, 
219, 238, 249); 2(139, 159, 172, 177, 
187, 206, 208, 216); 5(8, 10); 7(74); 
11(136-138); 35(108, 171); 44(42, 
69, 108); 44A(323, 354); 47(8:272); 
210{ 14, 16, 18-20, 24, 42, 54) 

Truth & Delight 64(232) 

Tryphena 145(581); 146(3:108) 

Tuscarora 29(59-60) 

Tuyphena. See Tryphena. 

Two Brothers 2(11, 13, 26, 40, 62, 64, 67, 
74, 77, 195, 206, 216, 219); 4(ser 2: 
149); 11(166); 29(74, 207); 36(32) 64 
(239, 253-254, 304); 132(11-12); 135 
152, 224, 234); 136(221); 141(247- 
248) 144(179, 184-185, 199, 234, 258, 
270-271, 315); 145 (259, 266, 285, 
317, 339, 350, 377, 410); 146(1:366, 
368, 377, 379-380, 400, 436, 438, 465, 
478, 563, 565-566, 568, 675); 147 ( 112, 
115-116, 123); 151 (6: June 1954, 40; 
7: Winter 1956, 38-39, Spring 1956, 
39; 8:Summer 1956, 58); 152(66); 155 
(228); 169(13); 171(30-31); 173 
(13); 174(9); 242(21:965) 

Two Friends 20(105); 20A(64:219- 
220); 28(205); 29(237); 64(254-255, 
265, 310, 315); 145(569); 146(3:93); 
243(23) 

Two Marys 29(10) 

Two Sisters 2(121, 161); 36(32); 64 
233, 251, 255, 257, 259, 284); 141 
(238); 144(117); 145(155); 146 (1: 
209-211) 

Tyger. See Tiger. 

u 

Uhland 248(120) 

Ulysses 21(41, 62); 232(12-13); 232A 
(50-51) 

Unanimity 20(10); 20A(62:248) 

Unicorne 4(ser 1:2); 11(137-139, 143, 
160-161, 164, 166, 172, 181-182); 12 
(12:161, 191, 193); 56(332); 124 
(334, 338); 124A(23); 199(74) 

Union 20(35, 72, 160); 20 A( 63: 22, 346; 
65:232); 29(138, 145, 147, 218, 274); 
64(271, 292); 136(216); 144(409, 
415); 145(510, 515, 537-538, 547, 
593, 607); 146(1:752, 758; 3:49, 57- 
58, 70, 123, 138); 151(7:Winter 1956, 
39, Spring 1956, 38); 185(33:476); 



189(194); 232(4); 232A(42); 238 

(35); 242(15:459) 
Unity 1(236, 347-348, 366, 384, 404- 

405); 2(167); 11(140); 29(170-172); 

30(21); 35(57); 44(68); 44A(342); 

57(33:307-309); 64(230, 247, 249- 

250, 255, 268, 274, 276, 279, 289, 

309); 210(41) 
Upton 29(97) 
Urania 145(585); 146( 3: 114r-115, 130) 

V 

Valona 29(161) 

Van Stephorst 146(3:47-48); 189(193) 

Vanson 64(245, 256) 

Venus 20(36, 58); 20 A( 63: 23, 234); 24 
(61:138); 29(169, 249, 251-252, 263) 
63(45, 175, 213); 63A(63:377; 67: 
111, 317); 145(581); 146(3:109) 

de Vergulde Bever 77(231) See also 
Gilded Beaver. 

de Vergulde Otter 77(272) See also 
Gilded Otter. 

Vernon 2(154); 144(176); 145(256); 
146(1:363) 

Verny 135(187); 145(637); 146(3:169) 

Vertuous Grace. See Virtuous Grace. 

Vestal 29(100, 103) 

Victoire 29(235, 238); 243(28) 

Victoria 243(27) 

Victory 11(166-167); 29(39, 49, 53-55, 
146, 150, 215, 217-218, 221, 223, 250, 
278) 

Vigilant 4(ser 1:83) 

Vigorous 64(297) 

Vine 2(128, 142, 187); 123(104, 131, 
160-161, 230, 505); 124(332); 124A 
(22) 

Vineyard 1(399); 64(233) 

Virgin 1(296, 391); 2(161, 175, 186, 
206); 64(295) 

Virginia 20(6); 20 A ( 62: 244-245); 28 
(205); 29(58, 88-89, 95, 99, 116, 179, 
228, 238, 272); 63(83, 90, 93-94, 99- 
100, 113, 139, 147, 151, 160, 166, 170- 
171, 181, 184, 191-192, 194-195, 198- 
199, 204, 213-214, 219-224); 63 A 
(65:67, 114, 117-118, 123-124, 539; 
66:531, 535; 67:96, 102, 106-107, 205, 
208, 215-216, 218-219, 222-223, 308, 
317-318, 323-328) 

Virginia Merchant 12(12:161); 14(18, 
30); 14A(64:259, 344) 

Virgins Venture 64(235) 



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SHIP PASSENGER LISTS 



Index of Ship Names, continued 

Virginus Grace 144(106-107) 

Virtuous Grace 145(135); 246(1:175- 

177); 147 ( 120-121) 
Visitor 29(103) 
Volant 29(99) 

Voltaire 145(566); 246(3:89) 
Volunteer 64(246) 
de Vos 77(221, 403, 416, 428, 435) 
See also Fox. 
Vrow Anna 2(65) 

w 

W. B. 243(28) 

het Wapen van Noorwegen 76(818) 
See also Arms of Norway. 

het Wappen van Rensselaerswyck 76 
(831) 

Warren 29(54) 

Warrington 29(47-48,205) 

Warwick 1(202, 206, 219-220, 227, 232, 
238-239, 244-245, 249, 253-254, 259, 
265); 210(6, 11, 24-25, 32, 37, 43-44, 
49, 50, 54, 59, 63, 69); 211(74) 

Washington 29(17-18, 245); 243(28) 

Wasp 29(21) 

Water Witch 29(203) 

den Waterhondt 76(822) 

Waterloo 29(48) 

Weatherell 64(296) 

Welcome 2(155, 166); 21(182); 30 
(208); 35(104); 117(673, 679); JI7A 
(225, 228); 119(467); 120; 222(152- 
163); 123(182, 186, 189, 307, 499); 
124(334, 339); I24A(23-24) 

Wellington 29(85-86) 

Weser 29(273) 

Westpoint 27(82); 27 A( June 1926:6-7; 
Dec 1926:29-30); 28(205-206) 

Weymouth 64(256) 

Whale 5(60,63,81, 102, 109); 30( 111); 
35(65, 95); 39(33-34, 45) 

White Angel 30(189, 352); 35(60, 93) 

White Oak 27(82); 27A(Dec 1926:26) 

Wicker 29(267) 

Wilhelmine Charlotte 29(39-41) 

William 11(141, 169); 12(12:162, 191, 
228); 20(94-95, 105, 116-118, 140, 
174); 20A( 64: 111, 219, 316-318; 65: 
33, 247); 28(205); 28A(206); 29(8- 
9, 55-56, 155, 252, 257-258); 35 
(102); 36(36); 63(31, 102, 108, 137, 
152, 155); 63A(63:283; 65:126, 534; 
66:521, 536; 67:91); 64(254, 265, 



268, 284, 296); 66(185); i23(252); 

130(330-332); 244(112); 245(145); 

246(1:194-196); 265(31:465-466, 

470-471; 32:89-90, 93-94); 232(7); 

232 A( 45) 
William & Anne 4(ser 2:122); 22(137- 

138, 143, 145, 157-158, 161-162, 166, 

169, 173) 
William & Elizabeth 4(ser 1:59); 20 

(68); 20A(63:342) 
William & Francis 2(150); 5(54, 56, 60, 

64, 189); 35(65, 96); 39(33, 45); 44 

11) 44A(300) 
William & George 4(ser 2:115); 35 

(204); 44(64); 44A(339) 
William & Henry 29 ( 152, 247) 
William & James 243(28) 
William & Jane 24(61:348); 29(256); 

35(102) 
William & John 2(127, 204, 226, 236, 

351, 359, 384, 387, 389, 401, 407, 411 ) ; 

2(174, 216); 22(160); 29(35); 30 

(20); 35(204); 44(109); 44A(355); 

220(9,31,41) 
William & Joseph 11 ( 168); 29(57) 
William & Mary 2(201); 22(171); 12 

(12:305, 308, 555; 13:10-12, 46); 24 

(62:80); 64(232, 256, 265); 265(32: 

356-358,367) 
William & Robert 22(12:192, 196, 228- 

230, 271) 
William & Sarah 2(17, 21, 64, 77, 146, 

190-191); 57(30:40); 238(3:300) 

238A(3:283); 242(235-236); 242(40) 

243(6); 244(47-48); 245(7); 246(1 

7-9) 
William & Susan 2(350, 358, 373-374, 

383,398-399); 2(151, 200) 
William & Thomas 2(201, 208, 211, 214, 

217-218, 222, 225, 231, 239, 241-242, 

247-248, 262, 265); 22(92); 22(12: 

123); 29(21, 88); 220(5, 13, 16, 19, 

22-23, 27, 30, 36, 44-46, 52, 66, 69); 

222(72); 222(217); 225(132) 
William Allen 29(274) 
William Howland 29(253) 
William Johnston. See William P. Johnson 
William P. Johnson 245(663); 246(3: 

198) 
William Penn 29(63-64,89); 223(309) 
Willing Mind 64(255, 257); 222(102); 

222A(379); 227(673); 227A(229) 
Willmott 36(37); 64(287); 66(185) 

See also Wilmot. 



INDEX OF SHIP NAMES 



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Wilmington 24(60:347) 

Wilmot 29(15, 275) See also Willmot. 

Wilson 28(206); 29(242) 

Windsor 64(307, 316-317); 135(168); 
136(207); 144(312); 145(405); 146 
(1:555-558); 175(179-180) 

Winter Galley 2(56, 73, 113, 140, 190- 
191); i39(40); J39A(5:32-34); 139B 
(8-10); 143(17); 144(114); 145(146); 
146(1:198, 200, 202) 

Winterbourne 64(237) 

Winthrop Fleet 5(51) 

Wolf 64(251, 313) 

Woodcock 20(156); 20 A( 65: 130) 

Woodstock i65(30:349, 430) 

Woolwich 29(143-144) 

Worcester 4(ser 1:78) 

Wren 20(125-126); 20 A ( 64 : 325-326 ) 

Wulfrana 30(112) 



Y 

Yarmouth 36(32); 64(247, 256) 

York 20(123); 20A(64:323); 64(233); 

204(57) 
York Packet 20(55-56); 20 A ( 63: 144, 

146) 
Yorke Bonaventure 35(56) 
Young Haley 29(25) 
Young Man's Companion 29(20, 172) 
Young William 1 ( 353-354, 360, 364, 366, 

383,392,402) 



Zebeelon 2(211) 
Zeno 29(61) 
Zephyr 29(56,216) 
ZouchPhenix 35(58) 
ZweyGeBreder 29(17) 




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