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From: Jeffrey Chace <>
Subject: Re: [CHASE-L] The Arabella
Date: Wed, 23 Nov 2005 01:05:05 -0600
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There was a replica made of the Arbella in 1930 and you can see a photo of
it here
You should checkout Here is what they have to say:

*FAQ:* Was my ancestor aboard the *Arbella?*
*ANSWER:* From Winthrop's journal<>;,
we know only that Gov. John Winthrop and Rev. George Phillips took passage
aboard the *Arbella*. By other reliable sources, we think Sir Richard
Saltonstall, William Hathorne, Rev. John Wilson and their families, and
probably Increase Nowell and Thomas Dudley crossed the Atlantic in the *
Arbella* as well. All who came with the fleet of 1630 are equally honored by
the Winthrop Society.
There is no indication that William and Mary Chase and their son were on the
Arbella, only that they were with the fleet - there were other ships.

I was just in Plymouth, Mass, and toured the replica of the Mayflower and I
have some photos of it if you would like them. It is typical of the ships
of that era.


Jeffrey Chace

On 11/22/05, Ruth <> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I wonder if anyone out there would know if there is a picture of the
> Arabella that came over from England in 1630 out there somewhere so I could
> copy it for my scrapbook.
> I am correct that William did come over on that ship, right?
> You folks have been such a great help to me. I wish that I knew half of
> what you all do so that I could be a help to someone else. You are the
> greatest group of people around.
> Fondly, Ruth Hill in FL
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