Ship Passenger Lists

Scot and Irish

(obtained in 1997 from mailing list: Scotch-irish-l@rootsweb.com)

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Please let me know if you find a passenger that is an ancestor of yours. Harold A Ralston.
*Visit The Welcome Society page. For Descendants of those ancestors who traveled with fellow Quakers to America during the course of the year of 1682

NOTE: there are several hyperlinks to the email address of passenger' descendants, click on one to send an email massage about the passenger.

List of Ships in Alphabetical Order

Books from amazon.com

Directory of European Steamship Arrivals...By Morton Allan

How Scots Invented the Modern World,
Arthur Herman, 2001

The AMERICAN Londonderry to New York, sworn at Londonderry, 31 March 1804. The ship ECHO Sligo to New York, sworn 29 March, 1804.
The British Brig ALEXIS Greenock, to Wilmington, North Carolina, sworn 29 March 1804 The S.S.Roman from Ireland, Liverpool to Boston harbor, September 9,1887. The COMMERCE From Scotland, destination Canada 1803.
The HECTOR From Scotland, destination Canada. The DOVE From Scotland, to Pictou, Canada in 1801. The SARAH From Scotland, destination Canada.
The Lively August, 1775. From Britain to St. Peters Bay, P.E.I., etc. Canada. The Falmouth From Greenock, Scotland to St. Peters Bay, P.E.I., etc. Canada, 1770. The EAGLE From New York, sworn at Belfast, 10 March, 1804.
The FRANKLIN, Liverpool to New York June 22, 1827. The SS LUCANIA Ire to NY 30 April 1898 The SUSAN for New York, 28 March 1804
The MARIA, of Wilmington, bound for Philadelphia, sworn at Londonderry, 30 March 1804. The St. George Partial Passenger List, Liverpool to NY 1847 The Freeman August, 1682, George Southern, master, one of Penn's fleet
*The Friends' Adventure September 1682, Thomas Wall, master, one of Penn's fleet *The Friendship August 14, 1682, Robert Crossman, master, one of Penn's fleet The Hester and Hannah August 1682 William East, master, one of Penn's fleet
The Jeffries (or Jeffrey) 1st month, 20, 1686, Thomas Arnold, master *The Lamb October 22, 1682, John Tench, master, one of Penn's fleet *The Lyon August 13, 1682 John Compton, master
The Liver (or Levee) July 1683, James Kilner, master, from Liverpool The Margaret 11th month, 28, 1687, John Bowman, commander, from London The Morning Star November 1683, from Liverpool, Thomas Hayes, master, from Liverpool
The Providence 7th month, 29, 1682, Robert Hopper, master The Rebecca 8th month, 31, 1685, James Skinner, master The Samuel September 18, 1682, John Adey, master, one of Penn's fleet
The Samuel and Mary November 1683, Thomas Skeves, master The Society August, 1682, Thomas Jordan, master, of Bristol *The Submission November 2, 1682, James Settle, master, one of Penn's fleet.
The Thomas and Anne October, 1681, at New Jersey, Thomas Singleton, master, Voyage 1. The Unicorne 10th month, 1682, Thomas Cooper, master. The Unicorne 8th month 31, 1683, Thomas Cooper, master.
The Unicorne 10th month, 16, 1685, Thomas Cooper, master. The Vine 7th month, 17, 1684, William Preeson, master The Welcome 8th month, 1682 at Upland (Chester), Robert Greenway, master.
*The Bristol Factor December 15, 1681, at Upland, Roger Drew, master, Voyage 1. *The Bristol Factor October 28, 1682, Roger Drew, master, one of Penn's fleet, Voyage 2 The Bristol Merchant 12th month, 1682/3, William Smith, master.
The America 6th month, 20, 1683, Joseph Wasey, master. The Amity August 8, 1682, arrived at Upland, Richard Dymond, master The Amity 5th month, 15, 1686 at Philadelphia, Richard Dymond, master.
The Antelope 10th month, 9, 1682, of Belfast. The Bristol Comfort 8th month, 1, 1683, John Read, master
The Bristol Merchant 9th month, 10, 1685, John Stevens, master. The JAMAICA PACKET from Kirkaldy to Carolina, June 1775 The JACKIE from Stanraer to North Carolina, 31 May 1775.
The ULYSSES from Greenock to North Carolina, April-May 1775. The AJAX from Greenock to North Carolina, June 1775 The ULYSSES from Greenock to Wilmington, North Carolina, August 1774
The CAROLINA from London to Carolina, Jan 1774 The LE DE SPENCER from Falmouth to Carolina, Feb. 1774 The MARGARET AND MARY from London to North Carolina, Feb. 1774
The UNION from London to North Carolina, Feb. 1774 The POLLY from Liverpool to South Carolina, March 1774 The MAGNA CHARTA from London to Carolina, April 1774
The BRITON from London to Carolina, May 1774 The FRIENDSHIP from London to North Carolina, May 1774 The PALLAS from London to Carolina, May 1774
The CAROLINA from London to Carolina, May-August 1774 The WILLIAM from London to Carolina, August 1774 The CURLING? from London to Carolina, Oct. 1774
The ROCKINGHAM from Newcastle to Cape Fear, Oct. 1774 The NEWMARKET from London to Carolina, Oct 1774 The JAMES from London to Carolina, Oct. 1774
The LOWTHER from London to Carolina, Oct. 1774 The MARY AND HANNAH from London to Carolina, Nov. 1774 The BRITON from London to Carolina, Dec. 1774

A list of passengers from Londonderry to New York, on the ship AMERICAN,

sworn at Londonderry, 31 March 1804.

Hi, got this from GENIRE and transcribed from a book called
 "Handbook on Irish Genealogy" by   Donald F. Begley, 
 posted by: (Alison Davies)
Patk. Mckay, 40         farmer          Moghera
Alexr. McKay, 21        farmer          Moghera
Nancy McKay, 40                         Moghera
Thomas Bradley, 20      farmer          Ballyarlin
John Dougherty, 20      farmer          Rushbank
Thomas McGomeray, 19    clerk           Londonderry
Captain Sterling, 25    mariner         New York
James Bond, 18          clerk           Londonderry
John Clyde, 13          servant         Rushbank
Geo. Crawford, 19       farmer          Coningham
Robert Johnston, 20     farmer          Nn. Cumber
Thos. Ramsey, 21        farmer          Ballyauret
Gerard Twine, 23        farmer          Nn. Stewart
Owen McGlenhy, 34       labourer        Cumber
Mary McGlenhy, 32                       Cumber
John Donaghy, 41        labourer        Ennishowin
James Dougherty, 39     labourer        Nn. Limavady
Elenor Dougherty, 38                    Nn. Limavady
James Patterson, 25     farmer          Desartmarten
Alexr. McDonald, 19     labourer        Moneymore
Hugh Ramsay, 29         labourer        Moneymore
Alexr. Ramsay, 23       labourer        Moneymore
James Dougherty, 29     tanner          Moneymore
William Donaghy, 48     farmer          Moneymore
John Donaghy, 19        farmer          Moneymore
Alex. Donaghy, 24       farmer          Moneymore
Sarah Donaghy, 39                       Moneymore
William McLaughlin, 50  farmer          Cain
John McLoughlin, 28     farmer          Cain (email a descendant)

Alexr. McLoughlin, 25   farmer          Cain
Mary McLoughlin, 48     farmer          Cain
James Buchannon, 35     labourer        Cain
WIlliam Miller, 28      servant         Nn. Limavady
Alex Dougherty, 35      labourer        Magilligan
To index
From: on GENIRE and transcribed from a book called 
  "Handbook on Irish Genealogy" 
 by Donal F. Begley, posted by: (Alison Davies)

A list of passengers from Sligo to New York,
sworn 29 March, 1804.
Probably the Ship "ECHO"

Wm. Jeffers     farmer          Loghadill
Alex Griffith   farmer          Loghadill
John Hodman     farmer          Loghadill
Geo. Taylor     labourer        Loghadill
Robt. Griffith  labourer        loghadill
Jno. Low        labourer        Moghean
Robt. Elliot    labourer        Moghean
Archd. Elliot   labourer        Moghean
David Ellis     farmer          Tilton
Thos. Armstrong farmer          Tilton
Andw. Taylor    labourer        Tilton
Geo. Young      labourer        Tilton
Michl. Farrill  labourer        Tilton
Jno. McMorrow   labourer        Cloghfin
Peter Brady     labourer        Cloghfin
Jno. Carty      labourer        Ardnaston
Patt McDonogh   labourer        Ardnastran
Andw. McNossen  clerk           Ardnastran
McDonogher      labourer        Ardnastran
James McDonogher  labourer      Ardnastran
James McDonogher
        junr.     labourer      Ardnastran
Robt. Cracy     labourer        Loghfin
Edwd. Crawford  labourer        Loghfin
Edwd. Crawford  labourer        Loghfin
Ben Caffry      labourer        Loghfin
Jas. Caffuny    labourer        Loghfin
Wm. Vaugh       clerk           Loghfin
Henry Dowler    clerk           Barton
Jno. Duffy      labourer        Barton email a descendant
Hugh Crawford   labourer        Barton
Thos. Pattinson labourer        Barton
Hugh Davis      labourer        Barton
To index


From: on GENIRE and transcribed from a book called "Handbook on Irish Genealogy"
by Donal F. Begley, posted by: (Alison Davies)

A list of passengers intending to go by the British Brig ALEXIS
of Greenock, to Wilmington, North Carolina, sworn 29 March 1804.

Hu. McNight, 40         farmer          near    Belfast
Jas. McNight, 54        farmer          near    Belfast
Batty McNight, 36       farmer          near    Belfast
Margt. McNight
        age uncertain                   near    Belfast
John McNight, child                     near    Belfast
Batty McNight, Jr., child               near    Belfast
Eliza McNight, child                    near    Belfast
James Flanagan  
        age uncertain   labourer        Dundalk
James Gordon, 
        age uncertain   farmer          Dundalk
Hu. Wilson
        age uncertain   farmer          Dundalk
Thos. Gormen,
        age uncertain   labourer        Creggans
Wm. Greyson
        age uncertain   labourer        Creggans
Oliver Plunkett
        age uncertain   labourer        Creggans
Michael Mackay
        age uncertain   labourer        Cullaville
Terence Murphy
        age uncertain   labourer        Carrickmacross
Willm. Vance
        age uncertain   labourer        Carrickmacross
Patrick Fenor
        age uncertain   labourer        Carrickmacross
Indorsed from Newry
To index
From (Nancy)

Partial list of passengers on board the ship "S.S.Roman"
from Liverpool to Boston harbor, September 9,1887

This is two sheets out of approximately 8 sheets of the register.
Sorry, but some of the names were illegible.
All from Ireland, arriving U.S.
(xxx) Hammond age  52 Laborer
Margaret Farrington age 28 Wife
Mary Farrington age 9 Child
John Farrington age 7 Child
Lizzie Farrington age 5 Child
Stephan Farrington age 3 child
Emma Farrington age 4 Child
Slate Farrington age Infant
Teresa Frasier age 50 spinster
(XXX)  Frasier age 30 spinster
Mary Loosius age 24 spinster
Bridget Massey age 24 spinster
Marg. Caldell age 20 spinster
Penslia Dawson age 19 spinster
Hannah Hooper age 26      spinster
Bridgett Gleason age 21 Wife
Martin Gleason 2 mos. infant
Mary Costello age 21 spinster
M A Walsh age 18 spinster
Ann Young age 18 spinster
L Hammond (Male) age 54 Laborer
Lizzie Norton age 18 spinster
Bridget Devlin age 48 wife
Elizabeth Devlin age 21 spinster
Alice Devlin age 13 spinster
Aussie (sp?) Devlin age 18 spinster
Maffie Devlin age 14 spinster
Kate Sheehan age 20 spinster
Elizabeth Barton age 30 spinster
Elizabeth Holliston age 23 Wife
Roddy Lewis age 5 child
Mary Rock age 25 Wife
Mary Rock infant
Mary Clark age 19 spinster (e-mail a descendant)
Henry Clark age 11 child
Willie Clark age 9 child
Elizabeth Goldstrap age 21 spinster
Anna Turner age 39 Wife
Edith Turner age 11 Child
Elizabeth Turner age 9 Child
Mrs. Hallwell age 60 Wife
Maria Millon age 30 Wife
Edith Millon age 4 Child
Mary Buckley age 14 spinster
Elizabeth Powers age 20 spinster  <<----Nancy's great-grandmother
Bridget Carr age 25 spinster
Lenora Mullin age 22 spinster
Mary Dolan age 23 spinster
Irene Bresley age 21 spinster
Annie Gallagher age 18 spinster
Ellen Crothy age 24 spinster
Anne Reilly age 29 spinster
Brendan McDonald age 19
Hope this helps someone!  Nancy
To index

Passenger Lists (From Scotland, destination Canada)

From: scott@mail.netshop.net on soc.genealogy.britain
NOTE: Not clear on why some of the women are referred to as spinsters when
it appears obvious they are the spouses of men listed immediately above.
Perhaps the term has changed over time.

The PASSENGER LIST of the COMMERCE --- 1803

NAME     AGES     Cause of Emigration    Occupation
James McLawson 60 Farm taken from him  Farmer
Isabella McLawson  58 Wife  
John McLawson 21 Child
James McLawson 18 Child
Eliza McLawson  11 Child 
James Stewart  37   Farm taken from him Farmer
Janet Stewart 37  Wife
Donald Stewart  11  Child
Isabella Stewart  9  Child
Janet Stewart  7  Child  
Charles Stewart  11/4 Child
Donald Gordon  40  Rent raised and could not live by it. Farmer 
Christian Gordon 31 Wife
Isabella Gordon 6 Child
Henry Gordon 5 Child
James Gordon  3  Child
Donald Gordon  9 mos.Child
Duncan McGregor  41  Farm taken from him  Farmer.
          (Click McGregor for Message from a McGregor descendant)
Margaret McGregor  30  Wife
Katherine McGregor  8  Child
Charles McGregor  6  Child 
Hugh McGregor  4  Child
Jessie McGregor 11/2  Child 
Alexander McGregor  60  Farm taken from him  Farmer
Margaret McDonald  40 
Donald McLauren  33  Farm taken from him  Farmer
Eliza McLauren  32  Wife
James McLauren  6  Child
Janet McLauren  4  Child
John McLauren  2  Child
William McLauren  25 Rent raised and could not live by it.  Farmer
Janet McLauren  20  Wife
Donald McLauren  1  Child
Alexander Stewart  20  Want of employment  Labourer
Donald Kennedy  45  Rent raised and could not live by it.  Farmer
Margaret Kennedy  35 Wife
Janet Kennedy  10  Child
John Kennedy  8  Child
Robert Kennedy  6  Child
Donald Kennedy  3  Child
Duncan Robertson  42  Farm taken from him  Farmer
Isabella Robertson  31  Wife
Alexander Robertson  6 1/4  Child
Eliza Robertson  4 1/4  Child
Margaret Robertson  11/4  Child
Isabella Robertson  3 mos.  Child
John Reid  25  Farm taken from him  Farmer
Eliza Reid  23  Wife
Alexander Reid  3 1/4  Child
Ann Reid 11/4  Child
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John McFarlane41  Rent raised and could not live by it.  Farmer (email a descendant)
Ann McFarlane  39  Wife
Eliza McFarlane  10 Child
James McFarlane  8  Child
John McFarlane 6 Child
Ann McFarlane  4  Child
Margaret McFarlane  2  Child
Janet McFarlane 2 mos. Child
Alexander McIntosh  42  Rent raised and could not live by it.  Farmer
Agnes McIntosh  34  Wife
John McIntosh  13  Child
Margaret McIntosh  11  Child
James McIntosh  9  Child
William McIntosh  3  Child
James Bullians 24
Charles McDonald  35  Farmer
Agnes McDonald  31  Wife
Eliza McDonald  9  Child
Alexander McDonald 2  Child
James MacDonald 9 mos. Child
To index

The PASSENGER LIST of the HECTOR (Click on ship name to see Discussion of Passenger list by by Henry Beer).

To see another Hector Passenger List: http://www.rootsweb.com/~pictou/hector1.htm
Full Passengers Above Eight Years
Alex Cameron
Donald Cameron
Sarah Campbell
Archibald Chisholm
Colin Douglas
Alex Falconer
Mary Forbes
Helen Fraser
Hugh Fraser
Thomas Fraser
Ann Fraser
Alex Fraser
Hugh Fraser
William Fraser
Mrs. Fraser
Kenneth Fraser
Janet Fraser
Alex Fraser
Donald Graham
Christopher Grant
Donald Grant
John Grant
James Grant
Alex Grant
Robert Innis (Click on Innis to email a descendant.)
Robert Lion
Donald McDonald
James McDonald
John McDonald
Alex McDonald
Mary McDonald
William McDonald
James McDonald
John McGregor
Colin McKay
Roderick McKay
Donald McKay
Donald McKay
William McKay
Margaret McKay
Christopher McKay
Catherine McKine
Margaret McKay
John McKay
Mary McKay
William McKay
Donald McKay
William McKay (piper)
Magdalene McKenzie
John McKenzie
Colin McKenzie(Click name to send email to descendant)
Isabel McKenzie
William McKenzie
Angus McKenzie
Alex McKenzie
Donald McKenzie
Elspa McKenzie
William McKenzie
Alex McKenzie
Kenneth McKritchie
Margaret McKritchie
Catherine McLean
Alex McLean
Mary McLean
Margaret McLean
John McLennan
William McLennan
James McLeod
Elsbeth McLeod
Janet McLeod 
Hugh McLeod(Click on McLeod to email a descendant.)
David McLeod
Mary McLeod
Finlay McLeod
Marion McLeod
William McLeod
Alex McLeod
Charles Matheson
William Mathewson(Click on Mathewson to email a descendant.)
Margaret Mathewson
Janet Munroe
Donald Munroe
John Munroe
James Murray
Margaret Murray
Adam Murray
Abigail Marray
Christopher Murray
Walter Murray (Click on Murray to send message to a descendant)
Ann Patterson
Rebecca Paterson
Janet Ross
Alex Ross
Donald Ross
Alex Ross
William Ross
Alex Ross
Marion Ross
William Ross
Ann Smith
Lily Sutherland
John Sutherland
Mary Sutherland
Betty Sutherland
John Sutherland
David Urquhart
Christian Urquhart
To index

The PASSENGER LIST of the DOVE

The passengers listed below came to Pictou in 1801 on the vessel the 
DOVE, and their descendants are living today in Pictou County. The 
original list may be found in the Public Archives of Nova Scotia. 
The list includes the names of passengers with their families, the 
figures in parenthesis being the respective ages of their children under 
16 years.

The DOVE -- 1801

From KILMORACH
Archibald Chisholm, farmer
Catherine Chisholm, spinster, one infant
John McIntosh, farmer
Janet McIntosh, spinster
Flora (5)John (3)an infant
Duncan Chisholm, farmer
Ann Chisholm, spinster
one infant
Thomas McDonald, farmer
Janet McDonald, spinster
Duncan Chisholm, farmer
Ann Chisholm, spinster
Donald McIntosh, farmer
Alex. McIntosh, farmer
Cath. McIntosh, spinster
Margaret McIntosh (14)
John Chisholm, farmer
Cath. Chisholm, spinster
Donald Chisholm, laborer
Colin Chisholm, laborer
Wm. Chisholm, laborer
Donald Cameron, tenant
Kath. Cameron, spinster
Marg. Cameron
Cath. Cameron, spinster
James Cameron (13)
Hugh Cameron (11)
Isabel Cameron (7)
Alex. Fraser, farmer
Margaret Fraser, spinster
Mary Fraser (14)
Magt. Fraser (9)
Janet Fraser (7)
Alex. Fraser (5)
Robert Fraser (3)
Donald McLeod, tenant
Ann McLeod, spinster
Ann McLeod (10)
Alex. McLeod (8)
David McLeod (3)
From KILTARLITY
James Cameron, laborer
Janet Cameron, spinster
James Cameron (6)
Donald Cameron (2)
Hugh Cameron, farmer
Ann Cameron, spinster
Mary Cameron (8)
James Cameron (3)
From KILMORACH
Alex. McLean, laborer
Kathn. McLean, spinster
John Bethune, laborer
James Bethune, laborer
Kenth. McLeod, laborer
Donald Fraser, laborer
From KNOCKBAIN
John Jach, laborer
From KINEARDUNE
Alex. Ross, laborer
From ERCLESS
Alex. Chisholm, laborer
From KILTARLITY
Alex. Fraser, laborer Do. spouse, spinster
Robert Fraser (12)
From KIRKHILL
Alex. Fraser, laborer
From KILMORACH
James McDonald, laborer
From KILTARLITY
Wm. Chisholm, laborer
From KILMORACH
John Chisholm, laborer
Wm. Chisholm, laborer
Donald MacDonald, laborer
From KILTARLITY
John Forbes, laborer
John Mac Donald, laborer
From KILMORACH
Kath. Chisholm, spinster
James Chisholm, laborer
Rodk. Chisholm, laborer
James Forbes, laborer
Charles Forbes, laborer
From ARISAIG
Ronald MacDonald, farmer
Kathn. MacDonald, spinster
Kathn. Gillis, spinster
Alex. Gillis, laborer
Jon. MacDonald (6)
Janet MacDonald (3)
From MORAR
Don MacLellan, tenant
Mary MacLellan, spinster
Marin MacLellan (7)
Mart MacLellan (5)
Patk. MacLellan (3)
Alex. MacLellan (2)
From MOIDART
Alex. McLean, farmer
Morian McLean, spinster 
a boy infant
Lauchlan McDonald, tenant
Cath. McDonell, spinster
a girl infant
John McDonald, farmer
Cath. McDonald, spinster
a girl (1)
John McDonald, laborer
Marian McDonald, spinster
Alex. McDonald (8)
an infant
Hugh McDonald, tenant
Ann (Mc)Donald, spinster
a boy (2 1/2)
John McDonald, farmer
Cath. McDonald, spinster
Peggy McDonald (1)
Cath. McDonald (9)
Janet McDonald (5 1/2)
Mary McDonald (3 1/2)
From BADENOUCH
Angus Beaton, farmer
Isobel Beaton, spinster
Alex. Beaton, laborer
Angus Beaton, laborer
Marian Beaton, spinster
Ann Beaton, spinster
Ann Beaton, spinster
Archibald Beaton (14)
John Beaton (12)
Finlay Beaton (9)
Margaret Beaton (7)
Catherine Beaton (5)
To index

The PASSENGER LIST of the SARAH

The Sarah --- 1801

From KILMORACH
Archibald McKay, farmer
James Fraser, laborer
Bara. McKay, spinster
Isobel McKay, spinster
Ann Thomson, spinster
Elizabeth MacKenzie, spinster
Margaret Fraser, spinster
Ann McKay (12)
Flory McKay (7)
Al. Cameron, tenant
Jent. Cameroon, spinster
Alr. Cameron, laborer
John Cameron (14)
Isl. Cameron (12)
Ann Cameron (4)
Hugh Cameron, farmer
Margaret Cameron, spinster
Margaret Cameron (4)
Wm. McLean, farmer
Margaret McLean, spinster
Don McLean, laborer
Mary McLean, spinster
Kath McLean
Isobel Cameron, spinster
Jno. McLean (10)
Wm. McLean (8)
Margaret Chisholm (12)
Dond. McKenzie, laborer
Ann McKenzie, spinster
John McKenzie (4)
From KILTARLITY
Dond. McKenzie, farmer
Donald McDonald, farmer
John McDonald, laborer
Rod. McDonnell, laborer
Ann McDonald, spinster
Cath. McDonald, spinster
Janet McDonald, spinster
John McDonald (2)
a child
From KILMORACH
Duncan McDonald, farmer
Janet McDonald, spinster
Mary McRae, spinster
Murdoch McRae (7)
Ann McRae
Duncan McRae (5)Email a descendant
Margaret McRae (4)
Farquhar McRae (1 1/2)
Wm. Grant, laborer
Janet McDonald, spinster
Christian McDonald, spinster
From STRATHGLASS
Alenr. Chisholm, farmer
Mary Chisholm, spinster
Duncan Chisholm (14)
Cath. McDonald (7)
Cath. Chisholm (4)
Patrick Chisholm (3)
From KILMORACH
Janet Chisholm, spinster
Donald McPherson, farmer
Mary McPherson, spinster
Ann McPherson, spinster
Hugh McPherson, laborer
From ERCLESS
Ann Fraser, spinster
Margaret Fraser, spinster
From KILTARLITY
John Chisholm, laborer
Flora Chisholm, spinster
From KILMORACH
John Chisholm, farmer
Rodr. Chisholm, farmer
Arch. Chisholm, farmer
From KILTARLITY
Wm. McDonald, late farmer
Janet McDonald, spinster
Mary McDonald (13)
Ann McDonald (10)
John McDonald (8)
Cath. McDonald (5)
Henry McDonald (3)
an infant
John Fraser, farmer
Christian Fraser, spinster
Wm. Fraser, laborer
Bell Fraser, spinster
Ann Fraser (3)
Colin Chisholm, laborer
From KILMORACH
Alenr. Chisholm, farmer
Hrlrn Chisholm, spinster
Cath. Chisholm, spinster
Margaret Chisholm (14)
Ann Chisholm (12)
Alex. Chisholm (10)
Helen Chisholm (8)
Isobel Chisholm (6)
Colin Chisholm (2)
an infant
Duncan McDonald, tenant
Isobel McDonald, spinster
Hugh McDonald (3)
an infant
John Duff, laborer
Catherine Duff, spinster
an infant
Arch. Chisholm, tenant
Ann Chisholm, spinster
an infant
Margaret Chisholm, spinster
Rory McDonald, laborer
Cath. McDonald, spinster
Wm. Chisholm, farmer
Mary Chisholm, spinster
Alex. Chisholm, laborer
Donald Chisholm, laborer
May Chisholm, spinster
Cath. Chisholm (14)
Kenneth Chisholm (8)
Wm. Chiisholm (4)
Colin Chisholm (3)
an infant
From GLENMORISON
Angus Grant, farmer
Duncan Grant (11)
Patrick Grant
John McDonald, laborer
From KILMANIVAIG
Arch. McArthur, laborer
Christian McArthur, spinster
an infant
From URQUHART
Paul McDonald, farmer
Ann McDonald, spinster
John McDonald (10)
Donald McDonald (8)
Margaret McDonald (6)
Alexr. McDonald (4)
From APPIN
Alexr. McDonald, laborer
Ann McDonald, spinster
From URQUHART
Finlay McDonald, farmer
Ann McDonald, spinster
John McDonald (13)
Ann McDonald (10)
Donald McDonald (6)
Christian McDonald (4)
Duncan McDonald (1 1/2)
Finlay McIntosh, farmer
Ann McIntosh, spinster
Elizabeth McIntosh, spinster
Isobel McIntosh, spinster
Jas. McIntosh (14)
Christian McIntosh (3)
Wm. McIntosh (6)
an infant
Duncan McDonald, farmer
Isobel McDonald, spinstear (sic)
Mary McDonald (5)
John McDonald (2)
John McDonald, farmer
Elizabeth McDonald, spinster
Duncan McDonald (6)
Janet McDonald (3)
Donald McDonald, laborer 
John Grant, farmer
Margaret Grant, spinster
Alex. Grant, laborer
Donald Grant, laborer
Margt. Grant, spinster
Elizabeth Grant, spinster
Patrick Grant (8)
Cath. Grant (6)
Wm. Grant (4)
Robt. Grant (2)
From KILMORACH
Simon Fraser, laborer
Ann Fraser, spinster
To index

Passengers from Britain to Canada

From: scott@mail.netshop.net on soc.genealogy.britain
See Dave Hunter's ship passenger lists, including this one for the "Lively".

Passenger List of the "Lively"

Sailed in 1775.
Departed: Britain
Departure Date: August, 1775
Master: Holton Johnson
Note: All the Passengers gave their purpose for emigrating as "to live 
there"
Name   Age   Occupation    From
Elizabeth Ward 14 Servant  London 
Charlotte Burton  13 Servant  London (email a possible descendant)
John Hawkins  15  Servant  London
Ann Cleaveland  14  Servant  London
William Graham  14  Servant  London

Passengers from Scotland to Canada

From: scott@mail.netshop.net on soc.genealogy.britain
See Dave Hunter's ship passenger lists, including this one for the "Falmouth".

Passenger List of the "Falmouth"

Sailed in 1770.
Departed: Greenock, Scotland.
Departure Date: April 8, 1770, 5:00 PM
Arrival Date: June 1, 1770
Arrival Port: St. Peters Bay, P.E.I., 9 AM, then moved on to Stanhope, 
P.E.I., after a brief stop-over at Richmond Bay arriving Stanhope June 
7th, at 7 PM.
Owners: Messrs. Buchanan, Morrison & co., Greenock merchants.
Master: Captain McWhae
Passengers:
Rev. William Drummond
David Lawson, b. ca. 1715
Helen Lawson, b. ca. 1720, wife of David Lawson
William Lawson, b. ca. 1744, son of David Lawson
John Lawson, son of David Lawson
Name Unknown, wife of John Lawson
Isabella Lawson, b. ca. 1744, daughter of David Lawson
Elizabeth Lawson, b. 1756, daughter of David Lawson
James Lawson, b. ca. 1760, son of David Lawson
Robert Auld, b. ca. 1735, Blacksmith
Jean (Fissett) Auld, b. ca. 1745, wife of Robert Auld
John Auld, b. ca. 1766, son of Robert Auld
Jean Auld, b. ca. 1768, daughter of Robert Auld
William Auld, possibly son of Robert Auld
William Dewar, with his wife and family
John Jamieson, wife, and family
Alexander Jamieson, drowned Tracadie harbour April 11, 1771
Jean Jamieson b. ca. 1750 married 21 Dec. 1770
Lawrence Brown listed below
Catherine Jamieson, b. ca. 1755
Duncan McLaren and wife and family
Jean McLaren, b. ca. 1750, daughter of Duncan McLaren
Alexander McNab and his wife
John Miller, b. ca. 1730
Catherine McIvor, possible John's wife, though there is
some question
Catherine (Kitty) Millar b. ca. 1758, daughter of John Millar
Isabella (Bella) Miller b. ca. 1765, daughter of John Millar
Mary Miller, b. ca. 1767, daughter of John Millar
Possibly another child of John Millar's
William Robbins, bap. ca. 1738 and his wife
Jane Robbins, b. ca. 1767, daughter of William Robbins
Margaret Robbins, b. ca. 1769, daughter of William Robbins
Lawrence Brown b. ca. 1745 Weaver, married Jean Jamieson above
on 21 Dec 1770.
Samuel Brown (believed to be a brother of Lawrence)Peter 
Leitch
D?? McCallum, possibly Dugald
Duncan McEwen, b. ca. 1745 email a descendant of McEwen
William McEwen
John McGregor, b. ca. 1746, Weaver
John McLauchlan, drowned Tracadie Harbour April 11, 1771
Ebeneezer Taylor, and possibly wife to be married in double ceremony with
his brother Nov 2, 1770 by Rev. Drummond William Taylor (email descendant)
To index

List of passengers in the EAGLE from New York,

sworn at Belfast, 10 March, 1804.

From: Alison Davies on GENIRE-L@rootweb.com
The following information has been taken from "Handbook on Irish 
Genealogy"  sorry don't have the author's name or ISBN, but will try and 
get it.  The information was photocopied about 4-5 months ago.
Sorry I don't have time for individual lookups.
List of passengers in the EAGLE from New York, sworn at Belfast, 10 March, 
1804.
Josiah Kerr, 28, height 5-8, clerk, Loughbickyard.  Thin faced and pretty 
fair.
Joseph Kerr, 21 5-10, farmer, Hillsborough.  Smooth and fair faced.
Hamilton Kerr, 17, 5-0, farmer, Hillsborough.  Smooth and fair faced.
John McMurdy, 30, 5-7, farmer, Banbridge.  Pitted with small pox.
James McMullen, 28, 5-6, farmer, Loughbrickland.  Red haired, smooth 
face, and lame of a knee.
Robert Cavert, 36, 5-2, labourer, Rathfyland.  Smooth and fair faced.
Jas. Fulton, 22, 5-8, labourer, Maghrolin.
Arthur Walker, 27, 5-9, labourer, Drumore.  Yellow and smooth faced.
Thos. Gordon, 28, 5-5, labourer, Drumore.  Yellow and pitted with small 
pox.
Robert Whany, 28, height 5-7, farmer, Drumore. Ruddy, a little pitted.
Robt. Smith, 21, 5-6, labourer, Hillsborough.  Sallow thin and smooth 
faced.
Hu. Hanison, 13, 5-11, farmer, Drumore.  Ruddy complexion and black eyed.
Paul Rogan, 30, 5-8, labourer, Loughbuckland.  Spare faced.
Wm. McKee, 26, 5-10, labourer, Mt. Stewart.  Thin faced and ruddy.
Archd. Williams, 21, 5-8, farmer, Castle Dawson.  Smotth faced, fair 
haired.
John Benson, 19, 5-3, labourer, Near Drumore.  Little pitted, black hair.
Robert Patterson, 24, 5-11, farmer, Ballindeny.  Black hair and ruddy.
Adam Patterson, 20, 5-6, farmer, Ballindeny.  Fair haired, a little 
pitted.
John Dickson, 33, 5-7, farmer, Banbridge.  Smooth face, black hair.
James Black, 34, 5-11, Linnen draper, Banbridge.  Smooth faced, black 
hair.
James Moones, 21, 5-7, farmer, Ballendeny.  Little pitted, fair hair.
Anthy. McMordy, 44, 6-0, farmer Banbridge.  Ruddy complexion.
Eliz Kerr, 49, 5-4, spinster, Loughbickland.  Brown complexion.
Eliz Kerr, 30, 5-6, spinster, Hillsborough.  Brown and smooth faced.
Sarah Kerr, 49, 5-4, spinster, Hillsborough.  A little pitted with the 
small pox.
Marg. Cavart, 28, 5-0, spinster, Rathpiland.  Fair and smooth faced.
Eliz Walker, 24, 5-3, spinster, Dromon.  Fair, a little pitted.
Margaret Gordon, 21, 5-4, spinster, Dromon.  Fair and smooth faced.
Margaret Walker, 25, 6-0, spinster, Hillsboro.  Yellow and a little 
pitted.
Jane Whany, 35, 4-0, Dromon.  Tender eyed and fair
Nancy Williams, 23, 5-6, spinster, Castle Dawson.  Black haired, a little 
pitted.
Jane Dickson, 21, 5-3, spinster, Banbridge.  Smooth and fair faced.
Hamilton Brown, 35, 5-4, farmer, Killnechy. Pale faced and pitted.
Jane Brown, 35, 5-4, spinster, Killnechy. Pale faced and pitted.
Wm. Whaly a child, 7
To index

is the complete passenger list of the ship "FRANKLIN" of New York,

which sailed from Liverpool to New York, and arrived in New York on June 22, 1827.

From: scott@mail.netshop.net to soc.genealogy.ireland
Hope this proves useful. BR, KJB
This is the complete passenger list of the ship "FRANKLIN" of New York,
which sailed from Liverpool to New York, and arrived in New York on June 22,
1827.
THE CAPTAIN OF THIS SHIP IS ROBERT L. TAYLOR / MASTER 
 FROM LIVERPOOL,ENGLAND. 
1. ? MAITTARD, OR MAINARD(IS SMEARED) AGE 42
2. P.? LAUGHTON AGE 27 FROM IRELAND OCCUPATION IS LABORER
3. P.M. LAUGHTON AGE 30 FROM IRELAND
4. MARY LAUGHTON AGE 22 FROM IRELAND
5. JUNE OR JAMES M.CHAPMIN OR CHAPLIN AGE 20 FROM IRELAND
6. JOHN FINNIGAN AGE 18 OCCUPATION IS PAINTER
7. JOHN FINNIGAN AGE 30 OCCUPATION IS CHANSELLOR
8. JOHN W. CRAFT AGE 32 FROM SHETFIELD, ENGLAND OCCUPATION IS CABINET MAKER
9. JOHN WESTCROFT(OR SIMILAR SPELLING) AGE 32 OCCUPATION IS A CABINET MAKER
10.GEORGE ROBINSON AGE 30 FROM IRELAND OCCUPATION IS PEDDLER
11.WILLIAM REECE AGE 24 FROM CHESHIRE, ENGLAND
12.OWEN REECE AGE 4
13.MARY HARRY AGE 17
14.THOS.(TOM OR THOMAS)MORGAN OR MAHEN AGE 18 FROM DEUBYN, ENGLAND, OR  
DUBLIN, IRELAND OCCUPATION IS LABORER
15.JOHN ARMSTRONG AGE 12 FROM HURDALENSFOLE, ENGLAND
16.JAMES EASTON AGE 50 OCCUPATION IS WEAVER
17.JOHN BOOTH AGE 27 FROM ROCHDALE, ENGLAND
18.MARTHA GUINISS OR GUINNIER (OR SIMILAR SPELLING) AGE 24
19.THOM (TOM OR THOMAS) JACKSON AGE 26 FROM ROCHESTER, ENGLAND  
OCCUPATION IS LABORER
20.JOHN BOTTENITY (OR SIMILAR SPELLING) AGE 20 OCCUPATION IS HATTER
21.WILL GALLOP OR KALLOP AGE 20
22.JOHN WILLIS AGE 35 FROM LONDON OCCUPATION IS PAINTER
23.ROBERT TAYLOR AGE 30 FROM MANCHESTER, ENGLAND OCCUPATION IS PAINTER
24.WILLIAM JONES AGE 14 LABORER
25.JOHN SEATHE (OR SIMILAR SPELLING) AGE 19
26.THOS WHITTAKER AGE 38 FROM BLACKBURN, ENGLAND OCCUPATION IS STONE 
MASON
27.ISAAC FLOYD AGE 45 FROM LONDON OCCUPATION IS GARDMAN
28.ROBERT HULCHEN, HUTCKEN (OR SIMILAR SPELLING) AGE 26 FROM WALES 
OCCUPATION IS TANNER
29.ABRAHAM CARTER AGE 41 FROM RIBCHESTER, ENGLAND OCCUPATION IS WOOD 
TURNER
30.MARTHA CARTER AGE 28
31.ABRAHAM CARTER AGE 2
32.THOS(TOM OR THOMAS) RARPTON, RASTON, RALSTON (OR SIMILAR SPELLING) AGE 32 
FROM HARWOOD, ENGLAND OCCUPATION IS MERCHANT
33.HANNAH KING AGE 19 FROM BLUCHBUN, ENGLAND
34.MAY OR MARY LITTLE AGE 28
35.JONAS OR JAMES HUDSON AGE 23 FROM CATHY, ENGLAND OCCUPATION IS 
CLOTHERY
36.KENNY OR HENRY HARTFORD AGE 37 FROM LANCHESTER, ENGLAND OCCUPATION IS 
BUTCHER.
37.JOHN POOLE AGE 16
38.BENY OR BENJAMIN GIBSON AGE 27 FROM HUDDLESFIELD, ENGLAND, OCCUPATION IS 
GROCER
39.JOSEPH LOWE OR LOWELL AGE 20 FROM MANCHESTER, ENGLAND OCCUPATION IS 
SHOE MAKER.
40.WILLIAM OR WILL YEATS AGE 35
41.JOSEPH LOWERSON OR LAWSON (SIMILAR SPELLING) AGE 35
42.ED WRIGHT AGE 23 FROM RUALON ? OCCUPATION IS BLACKSMITH.
43.JAMES LAWOOD OR SELLWOOD (OR SIMILAR SPELLING) AGE 20 OCCUPATION IS 
LABORER
44.ELIZABETH HEWITT AGE 35 FROM MANCHESTER, ENGLAND
45.MARY HEWITT AGE 10
46.ALICE MARTTHOW, MATHEW (OR SIMILAR SPELLING) AGE 42 
To index

SS LUCANIA Partial Passenger List, Ire to NY 1898

PARTIAL MANIFEST OF THE S.S. LUCANIA, ARRIVING NEW YORK, 30 APRIL 1898

The S.S. Lucania sailed from Queenstown (Ireland) to New York, 
arriving 30 April 1898.
From: scott@mail.netshop.net to soc.genealogy.ireland.
Information catagories cited, in order, include:  Name in Full; Age (Years 
& Mos); Sex (M or F); Single or Married (S or M); Calling or Occupation; 
Able to Read and Write; Nationality; Last Residence; Seaport for Landing 
in the US (NEW YORK in all cases); Final Destination in the United States 
(State, City or Town); Whether having a ticket to said destination; By Whom 
was Passage Paid; Whether in possession of money, if no, whether more than 
$30 and how much if $30 or less;  Whether ever been to the United States, 
and if so when and where; Whether going to join a relative, and if so, what 
relative, their name and address; Ever in Prison, Almshouse or Supported by 
Charity, if so state which; Whether a Polygamist; cannot read next one; 
Certificate of Health, Mental and Physical; Deformed or Crippled, nature 
or cause.  
KERRY, TOM;  22; M; S; lab; read/write; Irish; Tralee; NY; Jersey City,
NJ; no; sister; $10; no; sister Ellen Kerry, 12 Stephen, Jersey City; no
further entries.
CASEY, BRIDGET; 19; F; S; servt; read/write; Irish; Tralee; NY; Jersey
City, NJ; no; brother;$10; no; brother Joseph, 192 Fifth St., Jersey City;
no; no; no; good; no.
HINES, SARAH; 21; F; S; servt; read/write; Irish; Elin; NY; Chicago, Ill; 
yes; sister; $5; no; sister Mary Hines, 2710 W. Lake St., Chicago; no; no; 
no; good; no.
FERRARE?, KATE; 21; F; S; servt; read/write; Irish; Elin; Chicago, Ill; 
yes; sister; $2.50; no; sister Mary Fernane, 47 Daton W?, Chicago, Ill; 
no; no; no; good; no.
OSULLIVAN, JOHANNA; 17?; F; S; servt; read/write; Irish; Kenmare; NY; 
Chicago, Ill; brother; $6 approx; no; brother John ? O1Sullivan, 1618 
Maplewood Drive, Chicago; no; no; no; good; no.
HALLORAN, KATE; 21?; F; S; servt ; read/write; Irish; Tralee; NY; Jersey 
City, NJ; no; sister; $10; no; sister Margaret? Halloran, 127 Hamblin? 
St, Jersey City; no; no; no; good; no.
 (Click cursor on HALLORAN on to send email to possible descendant)
HIGGINS, KATE; 21; F; S; servt; read/write; Irish; Tralee; NY; Jersey 
City, NJ; no; sister; $10; no; sister Mary Higgins, 87 North 12?; no; no; 
no; good; no.
DRISCOLL, HANNAH; 19; F; S; servt; read/write; Irish; Clonakilty; NY; ?; 
yes; brother; $2; no; sister; no; no; no; good; no.
HUNT, LIZZIE; ?; F; S; child; read/write; Irish; Mohill; NY; Brooklyn, 
NY; yes; sister; $2.50?; sister N? Hunt, 52 Third Ave, Brooklyn; no; no; 
no; good; no.
HUNT, NELLIE B.; 20; F; S; servt; read/write; Irish; Ballinalee?; NY; 
Newark, NJ; no; sister; $5; no; Boland? Ave, Newark, NJ; no; no; no; 
good; no.
ORR?, KATIE; 24; F; S; servt; read/write; Irish; Tralee; NY; St. Louis, 
Mo; yes; brother; $5; ?; ? going home to St. Louis; ?; no: ?; good; no.
ONEILL, MARY; 18; F; S; servt; read/write; Irish; Castlebar; NY; ?; yes; 
sister; $4; no; ?; ?; ?; ?; good; no.
SULLIVAN, HELEN; 21; F; S; servt; read/write; Irish; Sneem; NY; New Haven,
Connecticut; ?; sister; $3.50?; no; ? Brennan?, 55 Oak St, New York; no; 
no; no; good; no.
SHEA, DENIS; 21; M; S; lab; read/write; Irish; Sneem; NY; Chicago, Ill; 
yes; sister; $3; no; sister Mary ?, Wellington Hotel, Chicago; no; no; no; 
good; no.
BOLAND, JOHN; 20?; M; S; lab; read/write; Irish; Killoughir?; NY; St. 
Louis, Mo; yes; aunt; $1; no; aunt ?? Boyd, 1113 Missouri Ave E, St. 
Louis; no; no; no; good; no.
MURPHY, JEREMIAH; 24; M; S; lab; read/write; Irish; Corofin; NY; Rochester, 
NY; yes; brother; $1; no; brother Patk Murphy, West Roch, NY; no; no; no; 
good; no.
NOONE, MICHAEL; 20; M; S; lab; read/write; Irish; Ballygar; NY; ?; yes; 
sister; $5; no; sister ?,  ??; no; no; no; good; no.
FAHEY, KATIE; 19; F; S; servt; read/write; Irish; Ballygar; NY; Brooklyn, 
NY; yes; sister; $5?; no; sister Mary Fahey, 129 Lowery? 82, Brooklyn; 
no; no; no; good; no.
GREEN, MARY J.; 15; F; S; servt; read/write; Irish; Ballygar; NY; New York; 
yes; uncle?; $5; no; uncle Patk Sargent, 48 M? St., New York; no; no; no; 
good; no.
MCNAMARA, MARGT.; 19; F; S; servt; read/write; Irish; Elin; NY; ?, NY; no; 
sister; $10; no; sister Kate McNamara ?; 176 Amsterdam? Avenue, NY; no; no; 
no; good; no.
GAFFNEY, ROSE; 20; F; S; servt; read/write; Irish; Athloy; NY; Brooklyn; 
yes; sister; $5; no; sister Louise Gaffney, ? Flatbush Ave, Brooklyn; no; 
no; no; good; no.
IRELAND?, MICHAEL; 20; M; S; lab; read/write; Irish; Claremorris; NY; 
Jersey City; no; sister; $5; no; sister Mary ?, Jersey City; no; no; no; 
good; no.
DIFFLEY, LIZZIE; 19?; F; S; servt; read/write; Irish; Strokestown; NY; 
St. Paul, Minn; yes; sister; $12; no; sister Mary Diffley, 651 Fortuna 
Ave, St Paul; no; no; no; good; no.
KELLIHER, MAGGIE; 23; F; S; servt; read/write; Irish; Dingle; NY; Chicago, 
Ill; yes; sister; $10; no; sister ? E O1Conner, 640 Gordon St, Chicago; 
Ills; no; no RS; good; no.
KELLIHER, DENIS; 20; M; S; lab; read/write; Irish; Dingle; NY; Chicago, 
Ill; yes; sister; $10; no; sister Bdgt Kelliher, 640 Gordon St, Chicago 
(ditto); no; no; no; good; no.
DOINE?, MARY; 19; F; S; servt; read/write; Irish; Tuam; NY; Chicago, Ill; 
yes; sister; $2; no; sister ? Kelly, 3950 Wentworth Ave, Chicigo; no; no; 
no; good; no.
BURKE, BRIDGET; 18; F; S; servt; read/write; Irish; Tuam; NY; Springfield, 
Ill; yes; cousin; $6; no; cousin Mrs Nolan, ? Springfield, Ill.; no; no; 
no; good; no.
DEVANE, SARAH; 17; F; S; servt; read/write; Irish; Tuam; NY; Cincinnati, 
O; yes; sister; $4; no; sister Mary Devane, ?; no; no; no; scars of face 
due to old ?.
MOONEY?, ANNIE; 32; F; S; servt; read/write; Irish; Tuam; NY; New York; 
yes; aunt; $2; 5 years here ? 1886 NY; aunt Maggie Curran, 77 Madison, NY; 
no; no; no RS; good; no.
TUFFY?, MARY; 21?; F; S; servt; read/write; Irish; Enniscrone; NY; Albany, 
NY; yes; uncle; $5; no; aunt Kate Re?thill, 52 Third St, Albany; no; no; 
no; good; no.
To index

List of passengers of the ship SUSAN of and for New York,

sworn at Dublin 28 March 1804.

From: Alison Davies at soc.genealogy.ireland
Patrick Glenning, 22, fair  labourer   Monaterevan, Kildare
Mary Glenning, 24, fair   spinster   Monasterevan, Kildare
Michael Cawlin, 23, dark  labourer  Nober, Meath
Mary Kenny, 36, dark     married in Dublin
Edward Donagan, 21, fair  labourer  Bala Braughin, Kings Co.
Eliza Fullard, 26, fair   spinster  Edenderry, Kings Co.
Frances Fullard, 11, fair spinster  Edenderry, Kings Co.
Jane Fullard, 10, fair    spinster   Edenderry, Kings Co.
Nicholas Caffrey, 21, light farmer     Monasterevan, Kildare
Patrick Wogan, 20, fair   gentleman Dublin email a descendant
Good Rhind, 23, light   gentleman Dublin
Keeron Carrill, 23, light servant    Dublin
Thomas Durm, 28, dark   labourer   Bala Braughan, Kings Co.
Michael Taylor, 38, sandy labourer   Dublin
Thomas Matland, 21, light labourer   Dunlavin, Wicklow
Ann Matland, 56, dark   married    Dunlavin, Wicklow
James Barry, 23, fair   gentleman  Dublin
Edward McDermott, 30, dark  gentleman  Dublin
Robert Dyas, 19, light    gentleman  Kings Court, Cavan
James Gore, 26, sandy   gentleman  Dublin
James Yates, 34, sandy    gentleman  Newry
Joseph Dempsey, 18, fair  servant    Upper Wood, Queens Co.
Judith Campbell, 25, brown  married    Knockmack, Meath
Janes Hyres, 30, brown    married    Drogheds (email a descendant)
Mark Kelly, 30, brown   farmer     Monasterevan, Kildare
Mary Kelly, 30, brown   married    Monasterevan, Kildare
John Foran, 35, sandy   labourer   Monasterevan, Kildare
Simon Donnolly, 22, dark  labourer   Naas
Luke Toole, 28, fair    clerk    Donnybrook, Dublin
William Christian, 25, fair labourer   Dublin
Nicholas Hobart, 30, dark labourer   Mullingar, Meath
Michael Murthe, 25,     labourer   Lurganlyseen, South
To index

List of passengers to go on board the American ship MARIA, of Wilmington,

bound for Philadelphia, sworn at Londonderry, 30 March 1804.

From: Alison Davies at soc.genealogy.ireland
Nancy Mckeever    45  spinster
Robert Fulton   43  labourer
John Rice&      38  labourer
Mary Ann Hammond    27  spinster
Nancy Fulton    31  spinster
Robert Miller   26  labourer
Arthur Murphy   49  labourer
James Dougherty   33  labourer
Jas. McKinley   23  labourer
Sarah Murphy    21  spinster
Mary McGomery   17  spinster
Margt. Pearson    52  spinster
Frans. Scott    47  labourer
James Dogherty    51  labourer
Saml. mcKinley    33  labourer
Patt Karlin   42  labourer
John McConway   28  labourer
Mary McConway   26  spinster
Hugh Smith    44  labourer
Humphry Graham    50  labourer
Thos. Graham    36  labourer
Barny McCanna   43  labourer
Robert Leonard    21  labourer
Henry Rankin    17  labourer
Wm. Anderson    53  labourer
Wm. Edmond    41  labourer
John Anderson   28  labourer
Heny. Anderson    46  labourer
Wm. Harkin    25  labourer
Jos. Arskine    56  labourer
Jas. Waker    40  labourer
Saml. Bellman   33  labourer
John Bellman    35  labourer
Saml. Anderson    46  labourer
Margt. Anderson   36  spinster
Ann Walker    24  spinster
To index

Passenger Lists from Irl to US (By way of Liverpool)

From: scott@mail.netshop.net to soc.genealogy.ireland

St. George Partial Passenger List, Liverpool to NY 1847

District of New York - Port of New York
Name, Age, Sex, Occupation, Country to which Belong, County intend to
inhabit, Died on Voyage (na in this field = not applicable)
GILANY, Charles, 39y, M, Mason, Ireland, America, na
GILANY, Phillip, 35y, M, Mason, Ireland, America, na
BISHOP, William, 24y, M, Tailer, Ireland, America, na
LOUGHRAY, John, 21y, M, Laborer, Ireland, America, na
LAHEAY, James, 22y, M, Laborer, Ireland, America, na
HOGAN, David, 23y, M, Glazier, Ireland, America, na
HOGAN, Anne, 22y, F, ---, Ireland, America, na
MITTEY, Morris, 25y, M, Butcher, Ireland, America, na
MITTEY, Margaret, 23y, F, ---, Ireland, America, na
BISHOP, Anthony, 35y, M, Laborer, Ireland, America, na
BISHOP, Cathrine, 27y, F, ---, Ireland, America, na
BISHOP, Cathrine, 3y, F, ---, Ireland, America, na
BISHOP, Ellen, inft 3m, ---, Ireland, America, na
GRIFFEN, Larry, 23y, M, Laborer, Ireland, America, na
KAVENAGH, Thos., 27y, M, Laborer, Ireland, America, na
O'BRIEN, Thos., 22y, M, Mason, Ireland, America, na
KELLY, Cathe., 23y, F, ---, Ireland, America, na
EARLY, Cathe., 50y, F, ---, Ireland, America, na
EARLY, Patrick, 22y, M, Laborer, Ireland, America, na
EARLY, Rose, 13y, F, ---, Ireland, America, na
BRADY, Bridget, 13y, F, ---, Ireland, America, na
DELANEY, Thos., 32y, M, Laborer, Ireland, America, na
FINEGAN, Bridget, 20y, F, ---, Ireland, America, na
GIBBON, Thomas, 25y, M, Laborer, Ireland, America, na
BRADY, John, 16y, M, Laborer, Ireland, America, na
MURRAY, James, 21y, M, Laborer, Ireland, America, na
MALONE, Thomas, 22y, M, Laborer, Ireland, America, na
RUSH, James, 30y, M, Laborer, Ireland, America, na
RUSH, Ann, 30y, F, Dressmaker, Ireland, America, na
RUSH, Thomas, --, M, ---, Ireland, America, died 2 days out
RUSH, Patrick, 25y, M, Laborer, Ireland, America, na
CONROY, Bridget, 25y, F, ---, Ireland, America, na
SHEVLIN, Manns(?), 22y, M, Tailor, Ireland, America, na
McGEEHAN, Danl., 22y, M, Laborer, Ireland, America, na
McGEEHAN, Peter, 24y, M, Laborer, Ireland, America, na
GOODWIN, Henry, 24y, M, Farmer, Ireland, America, na
GOODWIN, Maria, 25y, F, ---, Ireland, America, na
GOODWIN, Mip(?), inft 6m, F, ---, Ireland, America, na
GOODWIN, Catharine, 20y, F, ---, Ireland, America, na
KEARNY, Miss, 21y, F, ---, Ireland, America, na
TAITE, Jame, 26y, M, Laborer, Ireland, America, na
HAROLD (?), Beacery (?), 46y, F, Ireland, America, na
 - this surname is probably HAROLD, but looked like it could be HAROLA
HAROLD (?), Patrick, 18y, Laborer, Ireland, America, na
HAROLD (?), Mary, 16y, F, ---, Ireland, America, na
HAROLD(?), Cathrine, 12y, F, ---, Ireland, America, na
HAROLD (?), Beacey (?), 9y, F, ---, Ireland, America, na
HAROLD (?), Daniel, 10y, M, Laborer, Ireland, America, na
HAROLD (?), John, 6y, M, ---, Ireland, America, na
DOUGHERTY, Patt., 20y, M, Laborer, Ireland, America, na
FITZPATRICK, John, 23y, M, Laborer, Ireland, America, na
FITZPATRICK, Ann, 21y, F, ---, Ireland, America, na
DRAKE, John, 23y, M, Carpenter, Ireland, America, na
TEGAN, Francis, 21, M, Laborer, Ireland, America, na
SCALLY, Cathe., 20y, F, ---, Ireland, America, na
MONAGHAN, Mathw., 25y, M, Laborer, Ireland, America, na
GARRAY, Patt., 26y, M, Laborer, Ireland, America, na
GARRAY, Mrs., 24y, F, ---, Ireland, America, na
GARRAY, Cathrine, 7y, F, ---, Ireland, America, na
GARRAY, Maria, 14y, F, ---, Ireland, America, na
GALVIN, Rose, 24y, F, ---, Ireland, America, na
DOYLE, Patk., 18y, M, Laborer, Ireland, America, na
CUMMINS, John, 21y, M, Laborer, Ireland, America, na
CUMMINS, Margaret, 18y, F, ---, Ireland, America, na
QUIGBY, Lawrence, 14y, M, Laborer, Ireland, America, na
BURRY, Margaret, 20y, F, ---, Ireland, America, na
REYNOLDS, James, 36y, M, Laborer, Ireland, America, na
REYNOLDS, Michael, 21y, M, Laborer, Ireland, America, na
SHEILDS, Jack, 21y, M, Laborer, Ireland, America, na
FLOOD, Mrs (?), 30y, F, ---, Ireland, America, na
FLOOD, Michael, 7y, M, ---, Ireland, America, na
FLOOD, Thomas, 4y, M, ---, Ireland, America, na
FLOOD, James, 3y, M, ---, Ireland, America, na
FLOOD, John, inft 5m, M, ---, Ireland, America, na
NOONAN, Patt., 47y, M, Laborer, Ireland, America, na
NOONAN, Lawrence, 28y, M, Laborer, Ireland, America, na
NOONAN, Patrick, 15y, M, Laborer, Ireland, America, na
PHELAN, Michael, 26y, M, Laborer, Ireland, America, na
BRADLEY, Patt., 20y, M, Tailor, Ireland, America, na
CARR, James, 21y, M, Laborer, Ireland, America, na
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The Freeman

August, 1682, George Southern, master, one of Penn's fleet

Thomas Brassey (email a descendant)
William Morton
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Friends' Adventure

September 1682, Thomas Wall, master, one of Penn's fleet

Thomas Barrett
William Beasy
John Brearly(click on Brearly to send email to a descendant)
Luke Brindley email a descendant
Samuel Buckley
Thomas Buckley
John Brock
John Clows e-mail a descendant 
Joseph Clows
Sarah Clows
Ralph Cowgill
Andrew Heath(Click on Heath to email a descendant)
Eliza Heaton
John Heycock
Job Houle
Thomas Leister
Henry Lingart
Daniel Milnor
Joseph Milnor
James Morris
Ralph Nuttall
George and Eleanor Pownall and children: Reuben, Elizabeth, Sarah, 
Rachel and Abigail (Click on Pownall to send email to descendant)
Martha Worrall
William and Jane Yardley and children: Enoch, Thomas and William
Shadrach Walley
William and Elizabeth Barrett Venables and children: Joyce and Frances
(Please click on Venables to email a descendant.)
To index

The Friendship

August 14, 1682, Robert Crossman, master,
one of Penn's fleet

James Kennerly
Thomas and Margaret Minshall 
John and Jane Sharpless and children: Phebe, John, Thomas (died on 
voyage), James, Caleb, Jane and Joseph
John Simcock and sons John and Jacob
William and Margaretta Taylor and children Joseph, Elizabeth and Mary

(Click on Taylor to send e-mail to a descendant) Peter Taylor Randle Vernon Robert Vernon(Click on Robert Vernon to email a descendant) Thomas Vernon

November, 1683, Robert Crossman, master, from Liverpool

George and Isabella Gleave, servants to Hough, and their son George 
Jonathan Hayes, wife Ann Williamson, and children Jonathan, Mary and 
Elizabeth 
John Hough, wife Hannah and son John 
Henry Maddock 
Thomas Pemberton 
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The Hester and Hannah

August, 1682, William East, master, one of Penn's fleet.

William Guest

The Jeffries (or Jeffrey)

1st month, 20, 1686, Thomas Arnold, master

Johannes Cassel and children: Arnold, Peter, Elizabeth, Mary, and Sarah
Joseph Ransted
Sarah Shoemaker (widow) and children: George, Abraham, Barbary, Isaac, 
Susanna, Elizabeth and Benjamin email a descendant
To index

The Lamb

October 22, 1682, John Tench, master, one of Penn's fleet

(email a descendant)
Ellen Cowgill and children John, Ralph, Edmund, Jane and Jennet
Thomas Croasdale, wife Agnes and children: William, John , Elizabeth, 
Mary, Bridget and Alice (email a Croasdale descendant)
James Dilworth, wife Ann , son Stephen (email descendants)
Cuthbert and Mary Rudd Hayhurst and Children: Elizabeth, William, Margery, John, Cuthbert
 and Alice. (email a descendant of William Hayhurst. William Hayhurst, son of Cuthbert and
   Mary 'Rudd' Hayhurst, came on the ship 'Lamb' arriving Oct 22 1682. William married 
   Rachell Ratcliffe/Radcliffe who came on the 'Rebecca' 8th Mo. 31, 1685  She was the 
   daughter of James & Mary 'Rawsthorne' Ratcliffe. Their daughter Rachell married James 
    Spicer who was my GGGGgrandfather.)
Charles Lee
Stephen Sands
Robert and Alice Heaton and children: Grace, Robert, James,
 Agnes and Ephraim (email descendants)
Thomas and Margery Stackhouse and nephews: John and Thomas (e-mail a descendant)
Nicholas and Jane Turner Waln and children: Jane, Richard and Margaret (email descendants)
Thomas and Alice Hayhurst Wigglesworth
Note:
Thomas Stackhouse, and the daughter of Robert & Alice Heaton, Grace, were later married 27 Nov 1688. I am a descendant of their child Thomas. Patricia Eileen Saxton Ihrig To index

The Lyon

August 13, 1682, John Compton, master

Dr. Edward and Mary Wynne Jones and children Martha and Jonathan (Email a descendant)
William ap Edward and 2nd wife Jane and daughters Katherine and 
Elizabeth (Williams)
Edward ap Rees and wife Mably and children Rees and Catherine (Price)
(Click on Rees to email a descendant)

8th month, 14, 1683, John Crumpton, master

Benjamin Acton(Click on Acton to e-mail a descendant.)
Lemuel Bradshaw
Alice Cales
Benjamin Clift
Margaret Colvert (Calvert)
William Conduit
Richard Curtis
Edmund Doyle
Joseph and Elizabeth Fisher and children: Martha, Mary and Moses
Henry Furnace
Joseph Furnace
Rachel Furnace
Rowland Hambridge
Valentine Hollingsworth and son Henry (email a descendant.)
    
Elizabeth Johnson
Robert Kilcarth
Edward Lancaster
Robert Lloyd (e-mail a descendant)
William Long
Phillip Packer (e-mail a descendant)
John Reeves
William Robertson
Robert Selford
Thomas Tearewood
Mary Toole
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The Liver (or Levee)

July 1683, James Kilner, master, from Liverpool

Thomas Brinket email a descendant
Philip England
George Green
Edward Jones
Nicholas Newlin and sons John and Nathaniel 
(click on Newlin to send email to a descendant)
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The Margaret

11th month, 28, 1687, John Bowman, commander, from London

Pasco Belite
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The Morning Star

November 1683, from Liverpool, Thomas Hayes, master,
from Liverpool

Henry Atherly 
David Davies 
Robert Davies and wife and children 
George Edge and wife, Joan "of Barrow"
Humphrey Edwards, servant to John ap Edwards 
John ap Edwards and minor children Elizabeth, Sarah, Edward and Evan 
Mary Hughes, servant to John ap Edwards 
William ap John (Jones), wife Ann Reynold and children John. Alice, 
Katherine and Gwen 
Gabriel Jones, servant to John ap Edwards 
John Loftus 
William and Elizabeth Morgan email a descendant
Thomas Oldham 
Thomas Pritchard 
Gainor Roberts, sister of Hugh Roberts, married fellow passenger John 
Roberts 
Hugh Roberts, wife Jane and children Robert, Ellin, Owen, Edward and 
William
John Roberts 
(Click on Roberts to send an e-mail to a descendant)
Richard ap Thomas and son Richard, Jr.

(Click on Thomas to send an e-mail to a descendant)
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The Providence

7th month, 29, 1682, Robert Hopper, master

William Carter 
John Lash 

10th month, 1683, Robert Hopper, master

Joshua and Isabel Hoopes and children: Dan, Margaret and Christian
John and Christian Palmer 
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The Rebecca

8th month, 31, 1685, James Skinner, master

Thomas Bates 
Richard and Margaret Cureton and children: William and Jane 
Edmund and Isabel Cutler and children: Elizabeth, Thomas and William.
John Cutler 
Ann Dugdale 
Robert Hewit 
James Heyworth 
James Holgate 
Mathew Holdgate and daughter Mary 
John Jennings
John and Ann Lathum and children: John, Aron, Moses and Ann 
Richard Mather 
James Molenex Send Email to a descendant.
James Myriall 
Cornelius Netherwood 
James, Mary, Richard, Edward, Rebecca and Rachell Ratcliffe

(Send Email to a descendant of Rachell Ratcliffe. William Hayhurst, son of Cuthbert and Mary 'Rudd' Hayhurst, came on the ship 'Lamb' arriving Oct 22 1682. William married Rachell Ratcliffe/Radcliffe who came on the 'Rebecca' 8th Mo. 31, 1685 She was the daughter of James & Mary 'Rawsthorne' Ratcliffe. Their daughter Mary married James Spicer who was my GGGGgrandfather.) Hester Rothwell James Rothwell James Scoles John Scoles William Wardle Elizabeth Wingreene
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The Samuel

September 18, 1682, John Adey, master, one of Penn's fleet

Edward and Mercy Jefferson 
Henry Paxson and wife and children: John, Henry and Elizabeth (e-mail descendants.)
Thomas Paxson 
Robert Young
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The Samuel and Mary

November 1683, Thomas Skeves, master

Samuel Beakes, mother Mary, brothers William and Stephen (Click on

Beakes for e-mail link to a descendant) Henry Comly, wife Joan and son Henry, Jr. Joseph Kirle Thomas Masters James West Robert Young
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The Society

August, 1682, Thomas Jordan, master, of Bristol

Joseph English 
Giles and Mary (English) Knight and son Joseph (Email a Descendant)
Ann Knight 
Thomas and Joanna Paschall and children Thomas, William and Mary 
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The Submission

November 2, 1682, James Settle, master,
one of Penn's fleet.

See notes from a descendant.
Randall and Allis Blackshaw and family: Phebe, Sarah, Abraham, Jacob, 
Mary, Nehemiah and Martha 
Robert Bond 
Roger and Eleanor Bradbury and family: Jacob, Martha, Jospeh, Sarah and 
Roger 
Elizbaeth Breadbury 
James and Jane Clayton and children: James, John, Joshua, Sarah, Mary 
and Lydia
Jane and Margery Maude 
Allis Dickenson 
James and Ann Harrison, Agness Harrison (email a descendant) 
Ellis and Jane Jones and family: Barbary, Dorothy, Mary and Isaac (send email to descendant)
Jane Lion (Lyon)email a decendant
Joseph Mather 
Marjory Mede, Jane Mede 
Phineas and Phebe Pemberton and children: Abigail and Joseph (email a descendant) 
Ralph Pemberton 
Richard Radcliffe 
Joseph Steward 
Lydia Wharmby 
Note: I have information that suggests that the captain of this ship (Submission) actually did not deliver them to the place they had originally headed but had plans of selling them to the plantations in the southern area. Jane who was 16 at the time and who was somehow connected to the Harrison family travelled over land to Philadelphia arriving there in January the following year. (Email) Cheryl Stuart

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The Thomas and Anne

October, 1681, at New Jersey, Thomas Singleton, master,
Voyage 1

William Biddle 
Francis Collins 
Thomas Crundall (Crandall) 
Edward Ellis 
John Essington 
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The Unicorne

10th month, 1682, Thomas Cooper, master

William Cloude and sons William, Jr, Jeremiah and Robert. (Email a descendant)
AnthonyElton, wife Susanna, children: Mary, Geroge, Anthony Jr., and 
Thomas.

(Click on Elton to email a descendant)
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8th month 31, 1683, Thomas Cooper, master

George and Ellinor Painter and children: Susan and George
Jannet Umphries
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10th month, 16, 1685, Thomas Cooper, master

Daniel Flower 
Mary Bradwell, Mary Bradwell(Broadwell), dau ,  Sarah Bradwell. 
Joshua Chart, Samuel Chart, Jane Chart, Jane Chart, Jr. 
Philip Doling 
Thomas Hopes, John Hopes 
John Ironmonger 
Henry Laking, Susanna Laking, Moses Laking 
Thomas Martin, Margery Martin, Mary Martin, Sarah Martin, Hannah Martin, 
Rachel Martin 
Moses Mendenhall
 email  a descendant
Thomas Mixon, Thomas Mixon, Jr. Email a descendant
Anne Morgan, Joseph Morgan, Benjamin Morgan 
Elizabeth Philpot 
John Roberts 
Hannah Smith 
Mary Townsend 
Thomas Tushin 
Godden Walter 
Faith Wotten 
To index

The Vine

7th month, 17, 1684, William Preeson, master

Thomas Armes 
Henry and Margaret Baker and children: Rachell, Rebecca, Phebe, Hester, 
Nathan and Samuel 
John Ball 
Rebecca Barrow 
Mary Becket 
Deborah Boothe 
Thomas Canby
John Cowp 
David Davis 
Alexander and Margaret Edwards and children: Margaret, Martha, Alexander 
and Thomas 
Edward Edwards 
Lowry Edwards 
Jane Evans (widow) and children: Sarah, Mary, Alice, Eliza and Joseph 
Joseph Ferror 
Thomas Fisher 
Susan Griffith 
Elinor Hall 
Martha Hall 
Mary Hall 
Rebecca Hall 
Thomas Harrison 
Daniel Harris (Harry) 
Hugh Harris (Harry) 
Wiliam and Eliza Hatton 
Charles Hues 
Joseph Hurst 
Ane Jones and daughter Ane 
Rees and Hannah Jones and children Richard, Evan and Lowry
 (Click on Jones to email a descendant)
Joshua Lort 
Robert Lort 
Ann Owen 
Griffith and Sarah Owen and children: Robert, Sarah and Elinor (Email a descendant)
Katherine Owen 
Robert and Jeane Owen and son Lewis 
Lawrence Parker 
Rees and Ann Prees and children: Mary, Sarah, Phebe, Richard and John 
John and Susan Richards and children: Hannah and Bridget 
Henry Siddell (Click Siddell to e-mail a descendant) 

John Siddell(Click Siddell to e-mail a descendant) 

Elizabeth Stedman and children: Sarah, and Joseph 
John Stedman 
Katherine Tidey and daughter Mary 
Richard and Margaret Turner and daughter Rebecca 
James Yates 
Jeanne, Bridget and Elizabeth Watt 
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The Welcome

8th month, 1682 at Upland (Chester), Robert Greenway, master

John and Elizabeth Songhurst Barber 
Joan Bagman Buckman, 
  
Edward Buckman, Thomas Buckman, William Buckman, (email a descendant of William Buckman)
Sarah Buckman, Mary Buckman, Ruth Buckman (email a descendant of Mary Buckman)
Thomas Fitzwater, Mary Cheney Fitzwater, George Fitzwater, Thomas 
Fitzwater, Josiah Fitzwater, Mary Fitzwater 
Thomas Gillett 
Bartholomew Green 
Robert Greenway 
Nathaniel Harrison 
Jeffrey Hawkins, Dorothy Hawkins, Roger Hawkins, James Hawkins, Daniel 
Hawkins, Jeffrey Hawkins, Susanna Hawkins (e-mail Hawkins descendants)
Thomas Herriot 
Richard Ingelo 
Isaac Ingram

Thomas Jones 
William Lushington (e-mail a descendant)
Jeane Matthews 
Hannah Mogeridge (email a descendant)
Joshua Morris 
David Ogden 
John Ottey (e-mail a descendant) 
Eleanor Pain 
William Penn 
James Portiff 
Dennis Rochford, Mary Herriot Rochford, Mary Rochford, Grace Rochford 
John Rowland, Priscilla Shepherd Rowland,Thomas Rowland (email a possible descendant.) 
William Smith (e-mail descendants) 
John Snashfold 
John Songhurst 
George Thompson 
Richard Townsend, Ann Hutchins Townsend, Hannah Townsend, James Townsend (email a descendant)
William Wade 
Zachariah Whitpaine 
Joseph Woodrooffe 
Thomas Wynne (email a descendant)
To index
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The Bristol Factor

December 15, 1681, at Upland, Roger Drew, master, Voyage 1

Nathaniel Allen of Bristol with wife Mary and children Priscilla, 
Marhta, Ann, Sarah and Samuel 
John Bezer, of Bishops Canning, Wiltshire, with wife Susanna and 
children John, Richard, Susanna, Elizabeth and Frances 
Joseph Cloud, servant to John Bezer (Email a descendant)
Nathaniel Evans and daughter Elizabeth 
Richard and Mary Farr, servants to John Bezer 
Gideon Gamble, from Devises, Wiltshire 
Nathaniel Parke, servant to Nathaniel Evans, and his wife Elizabeth and 
their stepson John Martin
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The Bristol Factor

October 28, 1682, Roger Drew, master, one of Penn's fleet,
Voyage 2

Mary (widow) and children: John (and wife Mary Currier), Esther, and Ann 
Jacob Davis 
Mordecai Howell 
David and Margaret James and daughter Mary email a descendant
 
Tobias Leach 
Evan and Jean Oliver and children: David, Elizabeth, John, Hannah, Mary, 
Evan and Seaborn (e-mail a Oliver descendant)
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The Bristol Merchant

12th month, 1682/3, William Smith, master

John Barnes 
William Beakes and son Abraham 
           (Click on Beakes for e-mail link to a descendant)
Francis Chadds 
Robert Dunne (Donne) 
Henry Margerum and wife Elizabeth
     (click on Margerum to send e-mail to a descendant)
John Moone (Moon), settled in Bristol township 
Walter King 
Joan May (widow) 
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The America

6th month, 20, 1683, Joseph Wasey, master

Isaac and Marieke Blomerse
Conard Bacher ( Rutter) 
Cornelius and Agnes Bom and children Cornelius, Abraham and Christian 
Isaac Dilbeck email descendants email another descendant

Edward Haistwell 
Dr. Thomas Lloyd and wife Mary Jones and children 
Francis Daniel Pastorius 
William and Ann (Taylor) Preston and children Henry and Rebecca 
Jacob  Shoemaker (Schumacher) email  a descendant
Frances Simpson 
Joshua Tittery 
Georg WertMuller 
Benjamin Whitehead and daughters Elizabeth and Esther, settled in 
Bristol township 
Richard Whitfield 
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The Amity

August 8, 1682, arrived at Upland,
Richard Dymond, master

John Beckingham, servant to Joseph Richards 
William Beckingham, servant to Joseph Richards 
Thomas Bowman 
John Claypoole  email  a descendant
John Fletcher 
Daniel Hall, servant to Henry Waddy 
Thomas Holme 
Edmund McVeagh 
John and Elizabeth (Sellat) Martin, of Edgcott, Buckinghamshire (Email a Descendant) 
James and Jane Paxson and children Sarah and William email a descendant
William and Mary Paxson and daughter Mary 
Joseph and Jane Richards, Of Newgate in Witney, Oxfordshire, settled in 
Chichester (Email a descendant)
Henry Stacey 
Thomas Seary (Cerey) 
Henry Waddy 
To index

The Amity

5th month, 15, 1686 at Philadelphia, Richard Dymond, master

David and Sarah Lloyd 
Christopher and Barbara Sibthorp and daughter Barbary 
William Pike 
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The Antelope

10th month, 9, 1682, of Belfast

James Atkinson with his servant Jonathan Ashbrook email a descendant
To index

The Bristol Comfort

8th month, 1, 1683, John Read, master

Alexander and Margaret Beardsley and daughter Mary, settled in 
Philadelphia 
Edward Bezer (Beazer) from Rowde, Wiltshire, settled in Bethel township 
Thomas Bowater, as servant to Francis Fincher, settled in Edgmont 
township 
Joseph Bushel, whose second wife Sarah Webb and children Jane (married 
Walter Martin) and Abigail (married Nicholas Pyle) may have been with 
him. He settled in Concord township.
Enoch Flower and nephew Henry Flower, from Wiltshire 
John Gibbons and wife Margery and sons John and James email a descendant
Richard and Mary Hillyard and sons Richard and Philip 
Christianus Lewis 
George Maris and wife Alice of Hadswell, Inkborough, Worchestershire and 
children Alice, George, Elizabeth , Anna, John and probably Richard 
Thomas Pierson 
Robert Pyle, with wife Ann and daughter Sarah, settled in Bethel 
township 
John Witt
Francis Yarnall, settled in Springfield township 
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The Bristol Merchant

9th month, 10, 1685, John Stephens, master

Thomas Alferry 
James Banbury 
John Beltshire 
Sarah Binke 
Thomas Burke 
Mary Cantwell 
Thomas and Frances Carter and family: Thomas, Henry, John and Ann 
Joseph Case 
Thomas Case 
Joane Daly 
Cornelius Davye 
Charles Farmer 
Edward Farmer 
Jasper Farmer Sr. 
Jasper Farmer Jr. and family: Thomas, Katherine (widow) Elizabeth and 
Katherine 
John Farmer 
Katherine Farmer 
Mary Farmer (widow) 
Robert Farmer 
Sarah Farmer 
George Fisher 
Henry Ford 
Richard Ford 
John Fox
(Click on John Fox to email a descendant) 
John Garrell 
Derby Haley 
John Robinson 
George Gooding 
Samuel Hall
Elizabeth Mayow 
Philip and Helen Mayow 
John Mayow 
Martha Mayow 
John Mehone 
Daniel Morin 
Miles Morin 
Richard Muske 
Shele Ocevan 
David Quinn 
Katherine Robinson e-mail a descendant
Nicholas Scull. (Web Page) 
Arthur Smith 
Prudence Stuart 
Jonathan Thatcher 
Andrew Walbridge 
John Ward 
Thomas Webb and son Daniel 
Henry Wells 
John Whitloe 
Nicholas Whitloe 
Mary Widdam 
Robert Wilkison 
William Winter e-mail a descendant
Thomas Young and wife 
To index

PASSENGER LISTS FROM ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND
TO NORTH CAROLINA

From: scott@mail.netshop.net to soc.genealogy.ireland

Passengers on the JAMAICA PACKET

from Kirkaldy to Carolina, June 1775

•MILLS, Elizabeth, lady, Dundee, 
•DURMOND, John, cooper, Leith 
•MARSHALL, John, cooper, Leith 
•DOUGLAS, John, labourer, Dundee 
•MILLS, John, joiner, D? 
•HILL, Thomas, joiner, D? 
•WILLIAMSON, Andrew, farmer and fisherman, and wife and children, Shetland
•JAMAISON, James, farmer and fisherman, and wife and children, Shetland
•MITCHELL, William, farmer and fisherman, and wife and children, Shetland 
To index

Passengers on the JACKIE OF GLASGOW

James Morris Master

from Port Stranraer to North Carolina, 31 May 1775

Page 10-11, "Records of Emigrants from England and Scotland to North Carolina 1774-1775", edited by A. R. Newsome 1934, Raleigh NC.
•MATHESON, James, 38, labourer, in hopes of good employment, and wife, McQUISTON, Jean, 27,  daughter Margaret, 4; of New Luce 
•McQUISTON, John, 46, labourer, In hopes of better Employment, of Inch 
•WALKER, Catherine, 46, for a better way of doing, of New Luce 
•McBRIDE, James, 38, farmer, The High rent of Land, and wife McMIKEN, Janet, 39, and children
     Archibald, 7, Elizabeth, 5, Jenny, 4; New Luce. email a descendant of McBride
•STEVEN, James, 27, farmer, In hopes of better bread, with siblings 
     Christin, 23, Sarah, 16, Thomas, 11; Inch 
•DALRYMPLE, John, 40, farmer, The High Rent of Land, and wife GORDON, Margaret, and children
 Mary, 19, John, 17, Archibald, 15, James, 11, Ann, 9, Janet, 7, Jean, 5, 
    William, 2; New Luce email a descendant
•McBRIDE, Alexander, 22, laborer, In hopes of better Employment, New Luce 
•DUFF, John, 20 herdsman, In hopes of good Employment, New Luce 
•ECKLES, William, 40, shoemaker, In hopes of good Business, and wife McKENZIE, Martha, 45, 
and son John, 12; Inch 
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Passengers on the ULYSSES

from Greenock to North Carolina, April-May 1775

"List of persons who have taken their Passage from the Port of Greenock, .... on board the Ship Ulysses, James Wilson Master bound for North Carolina, for the Information of the Right Honorable the Lords Commissioners of His Majestys Treasury.
Customhouse Edinburgh, 8th May 1775.
R. E. Phillips"
Page 12, Records of Emigrants from England and Scotland to North Carolina 1774-1775, Edited by A. R. Newsome, 1934, Raleigh, NC
•Lion/Lyon, Mathew, 49, weaver, Want of Employ, and wife Mary, 50, Glasgow 
•Lion/Lyon, James, 21, weaver, Want of Employ, Glasgow 
•KENNBURGH, John, 24, labourer, Want of Employ, Glasgow 
•KENNBURGH, James, 27, labourer, Want of Employ, Glasgow 
•McNABB, John, 24, labourer, Want of Employ, and wife CAMPBELL, Jean, 19, Argyleshire
•McNABB, Tebby, 20, To get a husband, Argyleshire 
•McVEY, Douglas, 30, labourer, Want of Employ, Argyleshire 
•BUGES, James, 27, merchant, to follow his business and wife HOG, Margaret, 25, to comfort her husband, Edinburgh 
To index

Passengers on the AJAX

from Greenock to North Carolina, June 1775

Robert Cunningham, Master.
Page 12-13, "Records of Emigrants from England and Scotland to North Carolina 1774-1775"
Edited by A. R. Newsome, 1934, Raleigh, NC.
•McFARLANE, Walter, 20, gentleman, To be a Merchant.
•MENZIES, Mary, 25, lady, going to join her husband.
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Passengers on the ULYSSES

from Greenock to Wilmington, North Carolina, August 1774
James Chalmers, Master

Page 13-15, "Records of Emigrants from England and Scotland to North Carolina 1774-1775"
Edited by A. R. Newsome, 1934, Raleigh, NC.
 
•McNICOL, Robert, 30, gentleman, and his wife CAMPBELL, Jean, 24, and
daughter Annapel, 8; Glenurcha 
•HUNTER, Abram, 28, shipmaster, Greenock. 
•YOUNG, Thomas, 21, surgeon, Glasgow 
•McNICOL, John, 24, workman, Glenurcha 
•GALBREATH, Angus, 30, workman, and wife BROWN, Katrine, 26, Glenurcha
•FLETCHER, Angus, 40, farmer, and wife McINTYRE, Katrine, 26, and children
Euphame, 10, Mary, 6, Nancy, 3; Glenurcha 
•McINTYRE, John 45, farmer, and wife DOWNIE, Mary, 35, and children Nancy,
11, Donald, 8, Christy, 5, John, 4; Glenurcha 
•McINTYRE, Duncan, 40, farmer, and wife Katrine, 28, Glenurcha 
•SINCLAIR, John, 32, farmer, and wife Mary, 32, Glenurcha 
•McINTYRE, Donald, 28, farmer, and wife Mary, 25, Glenurcha 
•McFARLANE, Donald, 26, farmer, and son Donald, 6, Glenurcha 
•SINCLAIR, Duncan, 24, farmer, and wife McINTYRE, Isobel, 24, Glenurcha (email a descendant)
•McINTYRE, John, 35, farmer, and wife Margaret, Glenurcha 
•McPHERSON, Malcolm, 40, farmer, and wife DOWNIE, Christian, 30, and 
children Janet, 10, William, 9; Glenurcha 
•PICKEN, William, 32, farmer, and wife HUIE, Martha, 26, Glenurcha 
•HOWIE, Robert, 18, workman, Glenurcha 
•McMILLAN, Archibald, 58, farmer, and wife TAYLOR, Mary, 40, and daughter
Barbra, 20, Glenurcha 
•GREENLEES, John, 25, farmer, his wife HOWIE, Mary, 25, Kintyre 
•McARTHUR, Peter, 58, farmer, his wife BRIDE, Chirst., 52, and children
John, 16, Ann, 38, Jean, 20, John, 28, Kintyre (2 Johns?) 
•CALEWELL, Daniel, 18, shoemaker, Kintyre 
•MITCHELL, Robert, 26, tailor, and his wife CAMPBELL, Ann, 19, Kintyre 
•ALLAN, Alexander, 22, workman. Kintyre 
•McMILLAN, Iver, 26, farmer, and his wife HUIE, Jean, 23, Kintyre 
•FERGUSON, John, 19, workman, Kintyre (email a descendant)
•McKICHAN, Rob, 32, farmer, and wife McKENDRICK, Janet, 24, and their son 
Neil, 5, Kintyre 
•McMULLAN, Malcolm, 58, farmer, and wife McARTHUR, Cathn., 58, and children
Daniel McMILLAN, 24, farmer, Archibald McMILLAN, 16, and Gelbt. McMILLAN, 8,
Kintyre 
•McKAY, Donald, 20, tailor, Kintyre 
•CAMPBELL, Daniel, 25, farmer, Kintyre •HYNDMAN, Andrew,  46, farmer, and
wife CAMPBELL, Cathn., 46, and children Mary HINDMAN, 18, Margaret HYNDMAN,
14, and Angus GILCHRIST, 25 
•SMITH, Malcolm, 64, farmer, and wife McALESTER, Mary, 64, and their
children Peter, 23, and Mary, 19, Kintyre 
•McALLUM, Duncan, 22, shoemaker, and wife McALESTER, Cathn., 30, Kintyre
•THOMSON, Neil, 23, farmer, Kintyre 
•BEATON, David, 28, farmer, and wife BRIDE, Flora, 29, Kintyre 
•GILCHRIST, John, 25, cooper, and wife TAYLOR, Marion, 21, Kintyre 
•McNEIL, Neil, 64, farmer, and wife SIMPSON, Isobel, 64, and children
Daniel, 28, Hector, 24, Peter, 22, Neil, 18, William, 15, and Mary, 9, 
   Kintyre 
•CAMERON, Allan, 28, farmer, Kintyre 
•CAMERON, Angus, 18, farmer, and wife Katrine, Kintyre 
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Passengers on the CAROLINA

from London to Carolina, Jan 1774

(All list London as origin) 
•WILSON, William, 38, planter 
•BLACKBURN, Benjamin, 28, clergyman 
•ROSE, Robert, 20, planter 
•OGIER, George, 15, planter 
•KNIGHT, Robert, 26, planter 
•CHAPMAN, Henry, 30, jeweler 
•MASKAL, Henry, 19, clerk 
•WILLIAMS, John, 30, cabinet maker, 
•VERNAN, Thomas, 22, silk throwster 
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Passengers on the packet boat LE DE SPENCER

from Falmouth to Carolina, Feb. 1774

CAMPBELL, Colin 

Passengers on the MARGARET AND MARY

from London to North Carolina, Feb. 1774

•SCOTT, William, 21, Malster, SCT •SCOTT, Margaret, 16, spinster, SCT 
•SIM, William , 24, husbandman, and wife, Jane, 24, SCT 
•MARSHAL, David, 24, clerk, SCT. 
•BLAKSWIK, James, 21, clerk, SCT 
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Passengers on the UNION

from London to North Carolina, Feb. 1774

•WILSON, David, 38, merchant, London 
•MACKLIN, John, 24, gentleman, and wife, Mary, 23, Oxford 
•OGIER, Lewis, 47, weaver, and wife, Catherine, 40, children:
 Thomas, 20, Lewis, 19, Catherine, 16, Lucy, 13, Charlotte, 9,
 John, 8, Mary, 6, PeCatherine, 16, 
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Passengers on the POLLY

from Liverpool to South Carolina, March 1774

•EDWARD, John, 26, farmer, and wife, Jane, 27, Cheshire 
•SIMPSON, William, 43, cooper, B. Lincolnshire. 
•WILSON, James, 18, sadler, Bedfordshire 
•CLARK, James, 42, butcher, Middlesex 
•WALKER, William, 37, merchant 
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Passengers on the MAGNA CHARTA

from London to Carolina, April 1774

•BELTON, Janet, 20, spinster, London 
•BLACKETT, Tobiah, 25, Spinster, London 
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Passengers on the BRITON

from London to Carolina, May 1774

•GRAFTON, John, 25, drawing master, London 
•WORKER, Nathaniel, 25, gentleman, London 
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Passengers on the FRIENDSHIP

from London to North Carolina, May 1774

•BANDS, Mary, 35, widow, Herts* 
•KENNEDAY, Mary, 21, spinster, SCT* 
•BROWN, John, 21, bookkeeper, Birmingham* 
•TAVERNER, George, 21, groom, Southwark* 
•GILKS, Edward, 22, leather dresser, Coventry* 
•FORSTER, John, 24, printer, London* 
•WINSHIP, Thomas, 26, clockmaker, Reading* 
•DARBY, John, 40, baker, London* 
•ANDREWS, William, 31, carpenter, Surry* 
* = Indented servant for four years 
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Passengers on the PALLAS

from London to Carolina, May 1774

•TONG, Miss, 16, spinster, London 
•GINNINGS, Mr., 25, clerk, London 
•MOLLEY, Mrs. 30, London 
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Passengers on the CAROLINA

from London to Carolina, May-August 1774

•WHITE, Sarah, 56, merchant, London 
•DETLAF, John, 30, tailor, and wife, Sarah, 25, London 
•BUTLER, John, 25, gentleman, and wife, Ann, 25, London 
•ANDREWS, Thomas, 35, potter, London 
•TEMPLEMAN, William, 28, jeweler, London 
•SMITH, John, 22, cabinet maker, London 
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Passengers on the WILLIAM

from London to Carolina, August 1774

•ADKINS, David, 22, cooper, Lincoln* 
•NICHOLS, James, 24, silver caster, London* 
•RIXON, John, 22 ,coppersmith, Birmingham* 
•WINTER, Thomas, 21, husbandman, Leicester* 
•EVANS, Benjamin, 22, sail cloth weaver, Cornwall* 
•ANTHONY, John, 21, baker, Middlesex* 
•SMITH, James, 21, Painter and glazier, Nottingham* 
•DELANCY, Michael, 21, husbandman, Ireland* 
* = Indented servant 
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Passengers on the ? CURLING?

from London to Carolina, Oct. 1774

•L'FABUERE, Rachael, 41, lady, London 
•BIGNELL, Jane, 47, servant to above, London 
•BOWIE, Ann, 36, servant to same, London 
•BATTY, Elizabeth, 16, Carolina 
•WESTON, Ann, 30, lady, London 
•WEST, John, 28, gentleman, London 
•AULDJO, John, 15, gentleman, London 
•AULDJO, Alexander, 16, gentleman, London 
•DEE, Robert, 33, gentleman, London 
•HOUSEMAN, Henry, 35, gentleman, London 
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Passengers on the ROCKINGHAM

from Newcastle to Cape Fear, Oct. 1774

STEAD, Thomas, 17, butcher, Hull 
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Passengers on the NEWMARKET

from London to Carolina, Oct 1774

•EGLIN, Stephen, 25, draper, London 
•SCOULER, Jasper, 30, carpenter, London 
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Passengers on the JAMES

from London to Carolina, Oct. 1774

•MAXWELL, Robert, 18, clerk, SCT 
•DABZALL, Willson, 25, jeweler, SCT 
•FORSYTH, Bezabeer, 22, gentleman, SCT 
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Passengers on the LOWTHER

from London to Carolina, Oct. 1774

•EASTWOOD, Sarah, 16, spinster, London* 
•DYER, Joseph, 21, waiter, London* 
•KENNEDAY, William, 25, peruke maker, London* 
•RICHARDSON, Ralph, 35, gardener, Surry* 
* = Indented servant 
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Passengers on the MARY AND HANNAH

from London to Carolina, Nov. 1774

•RIPLEY, William, 22, farmer, York 
•SANDERSON, John, 45, farmer, York email a descendant
•BLYTHS, John, 32, gentleman, London 
•FLATT, James, 25, tailor, London* 
•TRENHAM, James, 22, butcher, York* 
* = Indented servant 
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Passengers on the BRITON

from London to Carolina, Dec. 1774

•MACKENZIE, John, 16, clerk, SCT 
•DOUGLAS, Alexander, 22, husbandman, SCT 
•SMITH, Christopher, 49, husbandman, and wife, Esther, 35, Switzerland 
•MILBORN, Andrew, 7, and Christopher, 2, (children of above?) Switzerland 
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A message from a DESCENDANT!

Friday, March 12, 1999 18:04

"Thank you for giving this to us.

I come many generations later via "The Commerce" to Pictou and then Prince Edward Island. My great, great great grandparents are John and Ann (Graham) MacFarlane, my great great grandmother is their daughter Margaret, aged 2 when this trip took place. Her daughter, Ann Graham MacFarlane French was my great granny, and Hattie Hollis French my granny.

John and Ann did well considering their situation. Ann's family were Graham Presbyterians - anti-covenanters during her youth. John was a Catholic MacFarlane. Both were expelled from their clans but lived happily ever after. .

I was extremely touched when I found this record.

Regards, Brian French of Toronto"

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Wednesday, April 05, 2000 10:40

"I am particularly interested in the Duncan McGregor family from the ship Commerce.

My gr.gr. grandfather, Hugh Gamble, married a woman named Mary McGregor. I believe Duncan could be her father since Mary was born in 1803 or 1804 possibly after the ship Commerce arrived in Canada.

According to our records, Mary was born in New Brunswick. I have been searching for the marriage records of Mary McGregor and Hugh Gamble. We know that Hugh arrived in the Miramichi area of New Brunswick before he and Mary settled down in Prince Edward Island. If anyone has any information, I would love to hear from them."

Lois Gamble Newton

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