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Immigration Ancestors

The following is a list of some of the known or conjectured immigrations of our ancestors. This list is far from complete. I am still in the process of compiling information.

They are divided into: Name of immigrant, Who came with, date of immigration, place of departure, place of arrival, and name of ship:

19th Century Immigrants:

  • Christian Kling, c. 1871, Denmark to New York.
  • Christina (Lilienthal) Kling and 5 children, Denmark (via Liverpool, England) to New York, NY. Arrived October 12, 1872 on ship "City of New York."
  • Johannes Hoffmann (Henry Hoffman), 1858, Germany to New York.
  • Johann Streu (John Stroy) and family, May 1, 1857, Hamburg, Germany to New York City, NY, Aboard the ship “Johannes.”
  • Thomas Palfrey and family, 1829, England to Canada, (then to USA in 1832).
17th and 18th Century German Immigrants

  • Johann Nicholas Seilheimer, October 22, 1773 on the ship "Charming Molly", from Rotterdam, Holland (via Germany), to Philadelphia, PA.
  • Johann Frederick Beck, arrived September 15, 1752 on ship "Two Brothers," from Rotterdam, Holland to Philadelphia, PA.
  • Lorentz Bausman, arrived October 25, 1746 on ship "Neptune," from Rotterdam, Holland to Philadelphia, PA.
  • Johann Dietrich Fahl and family, arrived September 20, 1743 on ship "Lydia," from Rotterdam, Holland (via Germany) to Philadelphia, PA.
  • Johann Faust and family, arrived August 27, 1733 on ship "Elizabeth," from Rotterdam, Holland to Philadelphia, PA.
  • Paulus Kusters and family, c. 1691, Germany to Pennsylvania.
17th Century New England Immigrants

  • John Wadleigh, c. 1632, with wife Mary, daughters Mary and Joanna, and sons Robert and John. From Bristol, England to Saco, Maine.
  • Nathaniel Merriman, alone as a young man, April 8, 1632-May 26, 1632, Southampton, England to Boston, Mass., ship "Whale".
  • Joseph Bixby, c. 1638, alone as a 15 year-old indentured servant. From England to Boston, Mass.
  • Edward Gilman, with wife, 3 sons, 3 daughters, and 2 servants, April 26, 1638-August 10, 1638, Gravesend, England to Boston, Mass., aboard the ship "Diligent".
  • Stephen Bachiler, with wife Helen, and 4 grandchildren, March 9, 1632-June 5, 1632, London, England to Boston, Mass., aboard the ship "William and Francis".
  • John Tower, c. 1636, Hingham, England to Hingham, Mass., he came alone.
  • Edmund Pitts, c. 1638, with wife Ann, daughter Mary, brothers Leonard and Adam, came from Hingham, England to Hingham, Mass.
  • John Beal, 1638, came with wife Nazareth, daughters Martha, Mary, Sarah, sons John, Nathaniel, Jeremiah, Joshua, Caleb, and 2 servants. Left Hingham, England, Arrived at Boston, Mass., August 10, 1638, aboard ship "Diligente."
  • Edmund Hobart, 1633, Hingham, England to Charlestown, Mass., with son Thomas and possibly more children.
  • Clement Bates, 1635, wife Anna, children: James, Clement, Rachel, Joseph and Benjamin. Left London, England Apr. 6, 1635, arrived Boston, MA. Ship "Elizabeth."
  • John Farrow, 1635, wife Frances and daughter Mary. Hingham, England to Hingham, Mass.
  • Alexander Shapleigh, 1635, with family. Kingsweare, England to Kittery, Maine (He founded the town of Kittery).
  • James Treworgye, before 1640. With wife Elizabeth, and several children. Kingsweare, England to Kittery, Maine.
  • Edmund Rice, 1638-1639, Suffolk, England to Sudbury, MA. With wife Thomasine and 10 children.
  • William Peck, with wife and 1 son, arriving June 26, 1637 from London, England to Boston, Mass., on ship "Hector".
  • William Ballard, alone, March 24 1633/4-Summer 1634, Southampton, England to Boston, MA, on ship "Mary and John".
  • Walter Haynes, with wife, 4 children and 1 servant, April 28, 1638-Summer 1638, Southampton, England to Boston, Mass., on ship "Confidence".
  • Roger Eastman, servant of John Sanders, April 28, 1638-Summer 1638, Southampton, England to Boston, Mass., on ship "Confidence".
  • William Ilsley, with wife and brother, April 28, 1638-Summer 1638, Southampton, England to Boston, Mass., on ship "Confidence".
  • John Stephens, with wife, mother, and brother, April 28, 1638-Summer 1638, Southampton, England to Boston, Mass., on ship "Confidence".
  • Isaac Stearns, with wife and 4 children, April 6, 1630-June 12, 1630, Yarmouth, England to Salem, Mass., on ship "Arabella".
  • William Buck, with son John, April 1635-Summer 1635, London, England to Boston, Mass., on ship "Increase".
  • Samuel Morse, with wife, and son, April 1635-Summer 1635, London, England to Boston, Mass., on ship "Increase."
  • Daniel Brewer, with wife, 4 children, and 1 brother, June 22, 1632-September 16, 1632, London, England to Boston, Mass., on ship "Lyon".
  • William Preston, with wife and 4 children, September 1635-1635, London, England to Boston, Mass., on ship "Truelove".
  • John Whitney, with wife, and 5 sons, May 1635-Summer 1635, London, England to Boston, Mass., on ship "Elizabeth & Ann".
  • Thomas Whiton, with wife and son, May 1635-Summer 1635, London, England to Boston, Mass., on ship "Elizabeth & Ann".
  • William Hilliard, alone, May 1635-Summer 1635, London, England to Boston, Mass., on ship "Elizabeth & Ann".
  • William Potter, with wife and son, July 1635-Summer 1635, London, England to Boston, Mass., on ship "Abigail".
  • William Tuttle, with wife and 3 children, April 2, 1635-June 7, 1635, London, England to Boston, Mass., on ship "Planter".
  • William Wilcockson, with wife and 1 son, April 2, 1635-June 7, 1635, London, England to Boston, Mass., on ship "Planter".
  • William Rockwell, with wife (Susanna) and 2 children (John and Joan), March 1630-May 30, 1630, London, England to Boston, Mass., on ship "Mary and John".
  • George Hull, wife wife (Thomasene), and 5 children, March 1630-May 30, 1630, London, England to Boston, Mass., on ship "Mary and John".
  • William Gaylord, with wife and 5 children, March 1630-May 30, 1630, London, England to Boston, Mass., on ship "Mary and John".
  • George Phelps, with 2 brothers and their families, March 1630-May 30, 1630, London, England to Boston, Mass., on ship "Mary and John".
  • Nicholas Denslow, with wife and 2 daughters, March 1630-May 30, 1630, London, England to Boston, Mass., on ship "Mary and John".
  • Lawrence Leach, with wife and 3 sons, 1629, England to Boston, Mass., on ship "The Talbot" in the Higginson Fleet.
  • William Andrews, with wife and 2 sons, April 6, 1635-June 3, 1635, London, England to Boston, Mass., on ship "James".
  • William Peck, with wife, and 1 son, -June 26, 1637, London, England to Boston, Mass., on ship "Hector".
  • Anthony Colby, with wife Susannah, April 8, 1630-June 13, 1630, Yarmouth, England to Salem, MA, with Gov. Winthrop Fleet.
  • Thomas Harris, with wife Elizabeth, 1630, England to Ma, with Gov. Winthrop Fleet.
  • Robert Reynolds, with wife Mary and 4 children: Nathaniel, Ruth, Tabith, & Sarah, 1630, England to MA, with Gov. Winthrop Fleet.
  • John Warren, with wife and children, 1630, England to Ma, with Gov. Winthrop Fleet.
Dutch Immigrants in the 1600's

  • Harmen Janse Lubberdinck (Barkeloo), sailed on the ship "De Trow" (Faith) from Amsterdam, Holland on Mar. 24, 1662, arrived in New Amsterdam (NYC) on Jun. 12, 1662. Accompanied by wife Willempje, and children Janneken and Reint.
  • Jan Laurens Bogaert, sailed on ship "De Bonte Koe" (Spotted Cow) from Amsterdam on April 16, 1663, and arrived in New Amsterdam before August 1663. Accompanied by wife Cornelia, and children Lysbet and Pieter.
  • Lambert Van Valkenburg, sailed from Holland to New Amsterdam between 1642 and 1644, accompanied by wife Annetie.
  • Harmen Jansen Knickerbocker, Holland to New York, circa 1674, alone.
  • Johannes Dyckman, sailed on the ship "De Waterhondt" from Amsterdam on May 5, 1651 and arrived in New Amsterdam in Summer 1651. Accompanied by wife Maria and son Cornelis.
  • Cornelis Volkertsen Viele, sailed from Holland to New Amsterdam before 1639, alone.
Swedish Immigrants in the 1600's

  • Johann Andersson Stalcop, May 3, 1641, Stockholm, Sweden to New Sweden (Delaware), on ship "Charitas", alone as a boy of about 14.
  • Olof Persson Stille, May 3, 1641, Stockholm, Sweden to New Sweden, on ship "Charitas", with wife, 2 children, brother and sister & family.
  • Timen Stiddem, 1637-1638, Sweden to New Sweden, on ship "Kalmar Nyckel" as a surgeon, alone. Supposively crossed the Atlantic 7 times.
  • Charles Christophersson Springer, c. 1679, captured in England taken to Virginia, later walked to Delaware, alone as a young man.
  • Jonas Nilsson, September 1642, Stockholm, Sweden to New Sweden, on ship "Farma", in company of Gov. Printz, alone.
  • Peter Jochimsson, September 1642, Stockholm, Sweden to New Sweden, on ship "Farma" in company of Gov. Printz, alone, a soldier.
  • Sven Gunnarsson, September 1639, Goteborg, Sweden to New Sweden, on ship "Kalmar Nyckel", with wife and 2 children.