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Subject: [Scotch-Irish] Ships 1700's
Date: Wed, 3 Jan 2001 01:20:14 EST


Huguenot Refugees on the Ship The Reijgersdaal to South Africa 1700
Huguenot Refugees on the Ship Mary and Ann to Virginia, 1700
Huguenot Refugees on the Ship Peter and Anthony to Virginia, 1700
Nassau 1701 to Virginia
1710-1720
Huguenot Refugees on the Ship The Sleewijck to South Africa 1714
The Globe 1716 Ireland to Boston, Mass
Patience & Judith 1716 Ireland to Boston, Mass
1720-1730
Huguenot Refugees on the Ship The Berbice to South Africa 1726
Adventure Galley 1727 from the Palatinate Germany
List of ships names and dates of sailings to Philadelphia PA from 1727 to
1808 - courtesy of Ken McCrae
Oct. 1727 from the Palatinate Germany
William & Sarah 1727 from the Palatinate Germany
James Goodwill 1727 from the Palatinate Germany
Molly Sept. 1727 from the Palatinate Germany
The Molly, September 30, 1727
The James Goodwill, September 11, 1728
Albany Sept. 1728 from the Palatinate Germany
Mortonhouse Aug. 1728 from the Palatinate Germany
Mortonhouse Aug. 1729 from the Palatinate Germany
Huguenot Refugees on the Ship The Midloo to South Africa 1729
The Allen, September 11, 1729 Rotterdam to PA
1730-1740
The Alexander and Anne, September 5, 1730 Rotterdam to PA
Joyce 1730 from Rotterdam
The Thistle of Glasgow Aug. 1730 from the Palatinate Germany
The Britannia Sept. 1731 from the Palatinate Germany
Snow Lowther Oct. 1731 from the Palatinate Germany
The Pennsylvania Merchant Sept. 1731 from the Palatinate Germany
Samuel Rotterdam, last Cowes, to Philadelphia 1731
The Johnson Galley September 18, 1732 Rotterdam to PA
The Adventure September 23, 1732 Rotterdam to PA
Plaisance 1732 Rotterdam to Philadelphia
The Samuel Aug. 1732 from the PalatinateNorris 1732 from the Palatinate
Germany
Dragon 1732 Palatine Germany to PA
The Pennsylvania Merchant, September 11, 1732
The Pennsylvania Merchant1733 from the Palatinate Germany
The Richard & Elizabeth1733 from the Palatinate
The Hope 1733 from the Palatinate
The Elizabeth 1733 to Virginia
The Samuel Aug. 1733 from the Palatinate Germany
Patapasco London England to Baltimore, Maryland 1734
The Mercury May 29, 1735 Rotterdam to PA
Princess Augustina Palatines from Rotterdam to PA 1736
Princess Augustina Palatines from Rotterdam to PA 1736 - on The Olive Tree
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(no ship name) 1736 Ireland to Boston, Mass
The Harle, September 1, 1736
The Virtuous Grace, September 24, 1737
The St. Andrew Galley September 26, 1737 Rotterdam to PA
The Charming Nancy October 8, 1737 Rotterdam to PA
The Townsend, October 5, 1737
The Winter Galley September 5, 1738 Rotterdam to PA
The Fox October 12, 1738 from the Palatinate Germany to PA
Jamaica Galley 1738 from the Palatinate Germany to PA
Loyal Judith1739 from the Palatinate Germany to PA
The Samuel1739 from the Palatinate Germany to Pennsylvania
Snow Betsy 1739 Palatine Germany to PA
1740-1750
The Friendship, September 23, 1740
Lydia 1740 Palatine Germany to PA
Loyal Judith 1740 Palatine Germany to PA
St Mark 1741 from the Palatinate Germany to PA
St. Andrew 1741 Palatine Germany to PA
Lydia 1741 from the Palatinate Germany to PA
Marlborough 1741 from the Palatinate Germany to PA
Molly Oct. 1741 from the Palatinate Germany to PA
The Francis and Elizabeth, September 21, 1742
Robert & Alice 1743 from the Palatinate Germany to PA
The Lydia, September 19, 1743
The Friendship, November 2, 1744
(no ship name) Ireland to Boston, Mass 1744
Muscliffe 1744 from the Palatinate Germany to PA
The Ann Galley, September 27, 1746
Gildart Scottish prisoners leaving Liverpool arriving Port North, Potomack,
Maryland 1747
Johnson Prisoners arriving Port Oxford Maryland 1747
passengers to Nova Scotia on a variety of ships 1748
Ships to Nova Scotia ~ List of 142 immigrants to Nova Scotia 1748-1749 on
various ships
Patience 1748 to PA
The Patience, September 16, 1748
Two Brothers 1748 Germany to PA
Patience 1749 to PA
The Elliot, August 24, 1749
The Christian, September 13,1749
The Patience, September 19, 1749
The Isaac, September 27, 1749
Christian to Philadelphia PA Sept. 1749 (go to the Navigation Window and
select Ship Christian Passenger Manifest
Phoenix 1749 to PA
Cornwallis Ships to Halifax - 1749
The Dragon Sept. 1749 from the Palatinate Germany
St. Andrew Sept 1749 from the Palatinate Germany
Huguenot Refugees on the Ship The Overschie to South Africa 1749
1750-1760
The Ann 1750 to Nova Scotia
Osgood, Sept 1750 from Rotterdam - 480 passengers.
Patience 1750 to PA
The Patience, August 11, 1750
The Brotherhood, November 3, 1750
The Sandwich, November 30, 1750
The Patience from Rotterdam to Cowes England to Philadelphia, Pa. 9th
September 1751
Phoenix 1751 to PA
Murdoch 100 Families of German Protestants 25 Jun 1751 to Nova Scotia
Pearl 2 Jul 1751 from Rotterdam to Nova Scotia.
The Speedwell 1751 to Nova Scotia
The Gale 1751 to Nova Scotia
Queen Denmark 1751 to Pennsylvania
The Shirley, September 5, 1751
The Brothers, September 16, 1751
Phoenix 1752 to PA
The Sally 1752 to Nova Scotia
The Rottterdam? 1752 to Nova Scotia
The Betty 1752 to Nova Scotia
The Speedwell 1752 to Nova Scotia
The Edinburgh, September 19, 1752
The Snow Louisa, November 8, 1752
Patience 1753 to PA
The Peggy, September 24 1753
The Eastern Branch, October 3, 1753
The Louisa, October 3, 1753 The Henrietta, October 22, 1754
Halifax 1754 from the Palatinate Germany to PA
Edinburgh 1754 from the Palatinate Germany to PA
Brothers 1754 from the Palatinate Germany to PA
The Snow Chance, November 10, 1756
1760-1770
The Snow Squirrel, October 21, 1761
(no ship name) 1762 Ireland to Boston, Mass
Success 1763 Rotterdam to PA
The Chance1763 Rotterdam to PA
(no ship name) 1764 Ireland to Boston, Mass
The Hannah 1764 Ireland to Boston, Mass
The Freemason 1764 Ireland to Boston, Mass
The Chance, August 8, 1764
The Hero, October 27, 1764
The Myrtilla, September 21, 1765
The Countess of Sussex, October 7, 1765
(no ship name) 1765 Ireland to Boston, Mass
(no ship name) 1766 Ireland to Boston, Mass
Willmott from Cork on 15th. December 1766, destination unknown.
The William 1766 Ireland to Boston, Mass
Ann & Margaret 1767 Ireland to Boston, Mass
The Falmouth From Greenock, Scotland to St. Peters Bay, P.E.I., Canada, 1770
The Falmouth Greenock Scotland to St. Peters Bay, P.E.I Canada, 1770
*Reconstructed List
The Annabella Scotland to PEI 1770 *PARTIAL LIST
Minerva 1770 to PA
1770-1780
Edinburgh voyage from Campbeltown, Scotland to Cape Fear, North Carolina in
1770 and to Island of St. Johns (Prince Edward Island) in 1771
Alexander Scotland to PEI, Canada 1772
Duke of York arrived in Halifax, Nova Scotia from Liverpool, England on May
1, 1772
The Hope, December 29, 1772
The Hector Greenock Scotland o Nova Scotia, Canada 1773
Emigrants from Scotland to the Carolinas in 1774 and 1775
Ulysses 1774 Scotland to North Carolina
Diana 1774 Scotland to North Carolina
The BRITON from London to Carolina, Dec. 1774
The MARY AND HANNAH from London to Carolina, Nov. 1774
The LOWTHER from London to Carolina, Oct. 1774
The JAMES from London to Carolina, Oct. 1774
The NEWMARKET from London to Carolina, Oct 1774
The ROCKINGHAM from Newcastle to Cape Fear, Oct. 1774
The CURLING? from London to Carolina, Oct. 1774
The WILLIAM from London to Carolina, August 1774
The CAROLINA from London to Carolina, May-August 1774
The PALLAS from London to Carolina, May 1774
The FRIENDSHIP from London to North Carolina, May 1774
The BRITON from London to Carolina, May 1774
The MAGNA CHARTA from London to Carolina, April 1774
The POLLY from Liverpool to South Carolina, March 1774
The UNION from London to North Carolina, Feb. 1774
The MARGARET AND MARY from London to North Carolina, Feb. 1774
LE DE SPENCER from Falmouth to Carolina, Feb. 1774
The CAROLINA from London to Carolina, Jan 1774
The ULYSSES from Greenock to Wilmington, North Carolina, August 1774
The Nancy, June 21, 1774
The Lovely Nellie Galloway, Scotland, Arr. Island of St. John, Canada 1774
Providence from Newcastle, England to Halifax, Nova Scotia, in 1774
Thomas and William from Yorkshire to Halifax, Nova Scotia, in 1774
Albion from Hull, Yorkshire, England, 1774 to Halifax, Nova Scotia, with 184
passengers, shown as Names A to L and Names M to Z
The Lovely Nellie Galloway, Scotland, Arr. Island of St. John, Canada 1775
The AJAX from Greenock to North Carolina, June 1775
The ULYSSES from Greenock to North Carolina, April-May 1775
The JACKIE OF GLASGOW from Stanraer to North Carolina, May 1775
The JAMAICA PACKET from Kirkaldy to Carolina, June 1775
Jupiter of Larne 1775 Scotland to North Carolina
Bachelor of Leith 1775 Scotland to America
The Elizabeth Greenock Scotland to PEI 1775 *PARTIAL LIST
The Lively August 1775 From Britain to St. Peters Bay, P.EI Canada.
The Lively Britain to PEI Canada 1775
(no ship name) 1766 Ireland to Boston, Mass
(no ship name) 1779 Ireland to Boston, Mass
1780-1790
Forbay Prison Ship Charlestown Harbour, North Carolina, 1781
Le Bon Papa France to Louisiana New Orleans on July 29, 1785
La Bergere France to Louisiana New Orleans on August 15, 1785
Le Beaumont France to Louisiana New Orleans on August 19, 1785
Le Saint-Remi France to Louisiana New Orleans on September 10, 1785
L'Amitie France to Louisiana New Orleans on November 8, 1785
La Ville d'Archangel France to Louisiana New Orleans on December 3, 1785
La Caroline France to Louisiana New Orleans on December 17, 1785
Australia's Convict Ships -- First Fleet Oct. 1788 - 11 vessels from
Portsmouth, arriving in N.S.W. with 717 convicts of whom 180 were women,
guarded by 191 marines under 19 officers.
Australian Convict records Convicts from Lincolnshire transported to
Australia, 1788-1840 *Searchable database
Australia's Convict Ships -- Second Fleet June 1790 - vessels from
Portsmouth, arriving in N.S.W. (Guardian, Justinian, Lady Juliana, Surprize,
Neptune, Scarborough)
The Lucy Drimindarach Scotland to PEI, Canada 1790
The Jane Drimindarach Scotland to PEI, Canada 1790
The British Queen Scotland to PEI, Canada 1790
Australia's Convict Ships -- Third Fleet Oct. 1791 - 11 ships (Atlantic,
William and Ann, Britannia, Matilda, Salamander, Albemarle, Mary Anne,
Admiral Barrington, Active and Gorgon) with over 2000 convicts. arriving in
N.S.W.


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