Ships Lists


The format of the following list includes Name, Passage Name, Ship’s Name, Master or Captain’s Name, Wife, Children, Port of Departure, Port of Entry, Date of Departure.

 

  • Alexandre, Alex See, the Cornwallis, Mtr. Andrew Sinclair, Wife, Children 10, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Charles Aubin, Charles Benn, the Endeavour (a sloop) Mtr. James Nichols, Wife, Chld 2, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Pierre Aubin, Peter Oben, the Endeavour (a sloop) Mtr. James Nichols, Wife, Chld. 0, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Charles Belliveau, Charles Burvoc, the Cornwallis, Mtr. Andrew Sinclair, Wife, Chld. 8, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Jean Belliveau, John Balleo, the Endeavour (a sloop) Mtr. James Nichols, Wife 0, Chld. 0, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Jean Bernard, John Burna, the Dolphin (a sloop) Mtr, William Hancock, Wife, Children 1, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Michel Bernard, Mich Burna, the Dolphin (a sloop) Mtr. William Hancock, Wife, Chld. 3, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Jean Blanchard, John Blonchin, the Endeavour (a sloop) Mtr. James Nichols, Wife 0, Children 0, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Tako Bonnevie, Tako Bonvie, the Cornwallis, Mtr. Andrew Sinclair, Wife, Children 4, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Pierre Boucher, Peter Busher, the Dolphin (a sloop) Mtr. William Hancock, Wife, Chld. 1, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Pierre Bourgeois, Peter Burswoy, the Endeavour (a sloop) Mtr. James Nichols, Wife 0, Children 0, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Charles Brun, Charles Brown, the Dolphin (a sloop) Mtr. William Hancock, Wife, Chld. 2, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Germain Carrier, Jarman Carry, the Cornwallis, Mtr. Andrew Sinclair, Wife, Children 2, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Jean Carrier, John Carrie, the Cornwallis, Mtr. Andrew Sinclair, Wife, Children 8, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Joseph Carrier, Joseph Care, the Endeavour (a sloop) Mtr. James Nichols, Wife, Chld. 4,  Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Abrance Chiasson, Abrance Skison, the Cornwallis, Mtr. Andrew Sinclair, Wife, Children 5, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Jean Chiasson, John Shesong, the Endeavour (a sloop) Mtr. James Nichols, Wife 0, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Alexandre Comeau, Alexander Commo, the Endeavour (a sloop) Mtr. James Nichols, Wife 0, Children 0, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Alexandre Cormier, Alex See Curmie, the Cornwallis, Mtr. Andrew Sinclair, Wife, Chld. 7, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Joseph Cormier, Joseph Curmie, the Cornwallis, Mtr. Andrew Sinclair, Wife, Children 7, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Jean Cormier, John Corme, the Endeavour (a sloop) Mtr. James Nichols, Wife, Children 7, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Jean Cormier, John Curme, the Endeavour (a sloop) Mtr. James Nichols, Wife 0, Chld.  0. Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Michel Cormier, Mich Corme, the Endeavour (a sloop)  Mtr. James Nichols, Wife, Chld. 1, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Pierre Cormier, Peter Curme, the Endeavour (a sloop) Mtr. James Nichols, Wife 0, Children 0, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Jean Daigle, John Day, the Cornwallis, Mtr. Andrew Sinclair, Wife, Children 4, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Pierre Demers, Peter Dermer, the Cornwallis, Mtr. Andrew Sinclair, Wife, Children 8, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Beloni Doucet, Balone Duset, the Dolphin (a sloop) Mtr. William Hancock, Wife, Chld. 3, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Charles Doucet, Charles Duzie, the Cornwallis, Wife, Children 9, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Francois Doucet, Francis Duset, the Endeavour (a sloop) Wife 0, Children 0, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Jeremie Doucet, Jeremia Duset, the Endeavour (a sloop) Mtr. James Nichols, Wife, Children 5, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Jean Duhon, John Duran, the Dolphin (a sloop) Mtr. William Hancock, Wife, Children 6, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Joseph Duhon, Joseph Duran, the Dolphin (a sloop) Mtr. William Hancock, Wife, Chld. 1, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Joseph Duhon, Joseph Duran, the Dolphin (a sloop) Mtr. William Hancock, Wife, Chld. 6, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Paul Duhon, Paul Duran, the Dolphin (a sloop) Mtr. William Hancock, Wife, Children 3, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Paul Duhon, Paul Duran, the Dolphin (a sloop) Mtr. William Hancock, Wife, Children 3, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Jean Dupuis, John Dupio, the Cornwallis, Mtr. Andrew Sinclair, Wife, Children 2, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Jean Dupuis, John Dupe, the Endeavour (a sloop) Mtr. James Nichols, Wife, Children 8, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Michel DuPuis, Mich Depe, the Endeavour (a sloop) Mtr. James Nichols, Wife 0,   Children 0, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Jean Fournier, John Furrie, the Cornwallis, Mtr. Andrew Sinclair, Wife, Children 10, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Joseph Fournier, Jarman Furrie, the Cornwallis, Mtr. Andrew Sinclair, Wife, Children 5, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Jean Grenon, John Creman, the Endeavour (a sloop) Mtr. James Nichols, Wife 0, Chld. 0, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Pierre Gourde, Peter Gold, the Dolphin (a sloop) Mtr. William Hancock, Wife, Children 3, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October, 13, 1755.
  • Joseph Granger, Joseph Grangie, the Cornwallis, Mtr. Andrew Sinclair, Wife, Children 8, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Michel Hache, Michael Hache, the Endeavour (a sloop) Mtr. James Nichols, Wife 0, Children 0, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Pierre Hache, Peter Hache, the Endeavour (a sloop) Mtr. James Nichols, Wife 0, Chld. 0, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Claude Hebert, Glod Abar, the Dolphin (a sloop) Mtr. William Hancock, Wife, Children 1, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Joseph Hebert, Joseph Abar, the Dolphin (a sloop) Mtr. William Hancock, Wife, Chld. 3, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Jacques Hougon, James Ougan, the Endeavour (a sloop) Mtr. James Nichols, Wife, Children 2, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Line Hougon, Line Ougan, the Endeavour (a sloop) Mtr. James Nichols, Wife, Chld. 3, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Pierre Hougon, Peter Ougan, the Endeavour (a sloop) Mtr. James Nichols, Wife, Chld. 5, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Pierre Hougon, Peter Ougan, the Endeavour (a sloop) Mtr. James Nichols, Wife, Chld. 1, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Jean Jeanveau, John Jenvo, the Endeavour, (a sloop) Mtr. James Nichols, Wife, Chld. 0, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, 1756.
  • Pierre Lambert, Peter Lambeer, the Cornwallis, Mtr. Andrew Sinclair, Wife, Children 7, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Jolour Landry, Jolour Lundrie, the Dolphin (a sloop) Mtr. William Hancock, Wife, Chld. 3, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Francois LaPierre, Francis Lopeore, the Endeavour (a sloop) Mtr. James Nichols, Wife, Children 3, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Michel LaPierre, Michael LaPeire, the Endeavour (a sloop) Mtr. James Nichols, Wife 0, Nove Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Jorotan LaVoie, Jorotan Lavoa, the Cornwallis, Mtr. Andrew Sinclair, Wife, Children 6, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Paul LaVoie, Paul Lavoy, the Cornwallis, Mtr. Andrew Sinclair, Wife, Children 3, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Andre LeBlanc, Andrew LeBlang, the Dolphin (a sloop) Mtr. William Hancock, Wife,  Children 2, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Francois LeBlanc, Francis Lablong, the Endeavour (a sloop) Mtr. James Nichols, Wife, Children 2, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Jean LeBlanc, Joseph LaBlong, the Endeavour (a sloop) Mtr. James Nichols, Wife, Children 2, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Marran LeBlanc, Marran Liblang, the Cornwallis, Mtr. Andrew Sinclair, Wife, Chld. 5 Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Simon LeBlanc, Simon LaBlong, the Endeavour (a sloop) Mtr. James Nichols, Wife 0, Children 0, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Joseph Leger, Joseph Leger, the Endeavour (a sloop) Mtr. James Nichols, Wife 0, Children 0, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Jean Louis, John Lewis, the Cornwallis, Mtr. Andrew Sinclair, Wife, Children 1, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Jean Martin, John Morton, the Endeavour (a sloop) Mtr. James Nichols, Wife, Chld. 0, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Paul Martin, Paul Morton, the Endeavour (a sloop) Mtr. James Nichols, Wife, Chld. 5, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Pierre Martin, Peter Morton, the Endeavour (a sloop) Mtr. James Nichols, Wife 0, Children 0, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Douaire Michel Mayer, Mich Wair, the Cornwallis, Mtr. Andrew Sinclair, Wife, Chld. 7, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Jean Mouton, John Multon, the Cornwallis, Mtr. Andrew Sinclair, Wife, Children 1, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Jean Mouton, John Multon, the Endeavour (a sloop) Mtr. James Nichols, Wife, Children 3, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Innes Ouellette, Innes Woirt, the Endeavour (a sloop) Mtr. James Nichols, Wife, Children 4, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Joseph Pitre, Joseph Peters, the Endeavour (a sloop) Mtr. James Nichols, Wife 0, Children 0, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Francois Poirier, Franceway Purye, the Dolphin (a sloop) Mtr. William Hancock, Wife, Children 1, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Francois Poirier, Francis Purye, the Cornwallis, Mtr. Andrew Sinclair, Wife, Children 10, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Jean Poirier, John Purye, the Dolphin (a sloop) Mtr. William Hancock, Wife, Children 2,   Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Jean Poirier, John Purye, the Dolphin (a sloop) Mtr, William Hancock, Wife, Children 0, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Jean Poirier, John Purye, the Dolphin (a sloop) Mtr. William Hancock, Wife, Children 0, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Joseph Poirier, Joseph Purye, the Dolphin (a sloop) Mtr. William Hancock, Wife, Chld. 2, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Joseph Poirier, Joseph Purye, the Dolphin (a sloop) Mtr. William Hancock, Wife, Chld. 1, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Joseph Poirier, Joseph Purye, the Dolphin (a sloop) Mtr. William Hancock, Wife, Chld. 3, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Michel Poirier, Michel Pore, the Endeavour (a sloop) Mtr. James Nichols, Wife 0, Chld. 0, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Paul Poirier, Paul Purye, the Dolphin (a sloop), Mtr. William Hancock, Wife, Children 4, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Paul Poirier, Paul Purye, the Dolphin (a sloop), Mtr. William Hancock, Wife, Children 4, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Pierre Poirier, Peter Purye, the Dolphin (a sloop) Mtr. William Hancock, Wife 0, Chld. 0, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Pierre Poirier, Peter Purye, the Dolphin (a sloop) Mtr. William Hancock, Wife, Children 7, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Alexandre Quessy, Alexander See Casie, the Cornwallis, Mtr. Andrew Sinclair, Wife, Children 6, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Joseph Quessy, Joseph Kasey, the Cornwallis, Mtr. Andrew Sinclair, Wife, Children 5, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Pierre Robert, Peter Robert, the Endeavour (a sloop) Wife 0, Children 0, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Pierre Thibodeau, Peter Tebuthu, the Dolphin (a sloop) William Hancock, Wife, Chld. 0,  Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  • Claude Trudeau, Glod Toudeau, the Endeavour (a sloop) James Nichols, Wife, Chld. 3, Nova Scotia, South Carolina, October 13, 1755.
  •  Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Adventure, left Europe, with German Pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the Second day of October, in 1727.
  • Unknown Passengers, the ship: the Albany, left Europe, with German Pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Fourth day of September, in 1728.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: Alexander and Anne, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Fifth day of September, in 1730.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Allen, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Fifteen day of September, in 1729.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Bilander Thistle (Billender Thistle of Philadelphia), left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Twenty-eighth day of October, in 1738.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Britannia, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Twenty-first day of September, in 1731.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Catharine, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Twenty-seventh day of July, in 1738.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Charming Nancy, left Europe, with German pioneers for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Eighth day of October, in 1737.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Charming Nancy, left Europe, with German pioneers for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Ninth day of November, in 1738.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Charming Betty, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Eleventh day of October, in 1733.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Davy, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Twenty-fifth day of October, in 1738.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Dragon, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Thirtieth day of September, in 1732.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Elizabeth, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Twenty-seventh day of August, in 1733.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship, the Elizabeth, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Thirtieth day of October, in 1738.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Enterprise, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Sixth day of December, in 1738.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Fox, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Twelfth day of October, in 1738.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Friendship, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Twentieth day of September, in 1738.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Friendship, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Third day of September, in 1739.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Friendship of Bristol, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia,  Pennsylvania, on the Sixteenth day of October, in 1727.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Glasgow, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. on the Ninth day of September, in 1738.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Harle, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the First day of September, in 1736.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Hope, left Europe with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Twenty-eighth day of August, in 1733.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Hope, left Europe with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Twenty-third day of September, in 1734.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Jamaica, left Europe with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Seventh day of February, in 1739.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the James Goodwill, left Europe with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on the Twenty-seventh day, of September, in 1727.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the James Goodwill, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Eleventh day of September, in 1728.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the John, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Nineteenth day of October, in 1736.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the John and William, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Seventeenth day of October, in 1732.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Johnson, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Nineteenth day of September, in 1732.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Joyce, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Thirtieth day of November, in 1730.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the London, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Eighth day of January, in 1739.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Lowther, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Fourteenth day of October, in 1731.
  • Unknown Passengers, Ship: the Loyal Judith, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Twenty-fifth day of September, in 1732.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Loyal Judith, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Third day of September, in 1739.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Lydia, left Europe, with German Pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Eleventh day of December, in 1739.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Mary, left Europe with German pioneers bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Twenty-sixth day of September, in 1732.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Mary, left Europe with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Twenty-eighth day of June, in 1735.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the (Pink) Mary, left Europe with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Twenty-ninth day of September, in 1733.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Mercury, left Europe with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Twenty-ninth day of May, in 1735.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Molly, left Europe with German pioneers bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Thirtieth day of September, in 1727.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship, the Mortonhouse, left Europe, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Twenty-third day August, in 1728.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship, the Mortonhouse, left Europe, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Nineteenth day August, in 1729.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Nancy, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Twentieth day of September, in 1738
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship, the Norris, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Fifteenth day of 1732.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Oliver, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Twenty-sixth day of 1735.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Pennsylvania Merchant, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Tenth day of September, in 1731.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Pennsylvania Merchant, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Eleventh day of September, in 1732.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Pennsylvania Merchant, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Eighteenth day of September, in 1733.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Pink Plaisance, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Twenty-first day of September, in 1732.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Pleasant, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Eleventh day of October, in 1732.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Princess Augusta, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Sixteenth day of September, in 1736.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Queen Elizabeth, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Sixteenth day of September, in 1738.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Richard and Elizabeth, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Twenty-eighth day of September, in 1733.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Robert and Alice, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Eleventh day of September, in 1738.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship, the Robert and Alice, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Third day of September, in 1739.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the St. Andrew (Galley), left Europe, with German pioneers for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Twelfth day of September, in 1734.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the St. Andrew (Galley), left Europe, with German pioneers for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Twenty-sixth day of September, in 1737.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the St. Andrew (Galley), left Europe, with German pioneers for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Twenty-seventh day of October, in 1738.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Samuel, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Sixteenth day of August, in 1731.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Samuel, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Eleventh day of August, in 1732.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Samuel, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Seventeenth day of August, in 1733.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Samuel, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Thirtieth day of August, in 1737.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship, the Samuel, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Twenty-seventh day of August, in 1739.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Snow Betsey (Betsie), left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Twenty-seventh day of August, in 1739.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Snow Molly, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Tenth day of September, in 1737.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Thistle, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Nineteenth day of September, in 1738.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Thistle of Glasgow, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Twenty-ninth day of August, in 1730.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Townsend, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Fifth day of October, in 1737.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Two Sisters, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Ninth day of September, in 1738.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Virtuous Grace, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Twenty-fourth day of September, in 1737.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the William, left Europe, with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Thirty-first day of October, in 1737.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the William and Mary, left Europe with German Pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Eleventh day September, in 1727.
  • Unknown Passengers, the Ship: the Winter (Galley), left Europe with German pioneers, bound for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the Fifth day of September, in 1738.

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