IMMIGRANTS


IMMIGRANTS and Immigrations routes,etc below/end

http://www.immigrantservants.com/
ROBERT SCELLARS 1743 PENNSYLVANIA

ISABELLA SELLORS 1700 ---

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SHIP LISTS on the INTERNET
>http://members.aol.com/rprost/passenger.html#top
from CARLAH - Carlah Dauer <chapman@1starnet.com>



SHIP FANE

IMMIGRANTS


From:
           "Donald Sellers" <dsellers@digitalexp.com>

Interesting web site for ships.

http://www.fortunecity.com/littleitaly/amalfi/13/ships.htm



 http://members.aol.com/rprost/passenger.html


  Children ordered sent to America before the Mayflower

             Missouri-L@rootsweb.com
                      norma ortiz <notiz_1999@yahoo.com>
         <http://www.linkline.com/personal/xymox/>



Naturalization and Denization Records,
awaits you at <http://www.rootsweb.com/~rwguide/lesson16.htm>.

HAMBURG Emigration Lists
http://www.hamburg.de/LinkToYourRoots/english/welcome.htm

IMMIGRANT SHIPS TRANSCRIBERS GUILD  http://istg.rootsweb.com/ 

HANS GEORGE SELLERS PAGE

BELIEVE we need the Rockingham Co, VA immigrant connected here=



.On Sept 11, 1726 a number of Palatines and their families (90 in all) sailed on the ship "James Goodwill" with David Crockett as Master from Rotterdam.

The 1st ship. Then transferred to the "Ship Deal" whence she sailed June 15, 1727. Philip Henry appears on the passenger list.
The Ship "Deal" had 400 passengers and sailed from Portsmouth. A council of Allegiance was held at the Court House in Philadelphia 9/21/1727 for 400 Palatines. They cleared customs in Philadelphia 6/15/1728. Signed the Declaration of Allegiance 9/28/1728.


FROM: HJZM01A@prodigy.com ( SHERRY MAZZETTI)
From [Lists 8A and 8B with variant spellings] "List of Mens
Names above 16 years old
aboard the JAMES GOODWILL, Mr. David Crokatt, Commander, from
Rotterdam to
Philadelphia in Pennsylvania, arrived the 11th September, 1728.
There were 37 families, 42
"persons" (males) 16 or older, about 90 individuals in all. Second
list mentions that they are
Palatines from Rotterdam but last from Deal.

LIST A/LIST B
Ullerig Engelar/Ulrich Englert
Andries Krafft/Andres Krafft
George Graff/Georg Graff
Lan Leendt Holstiender/Johannes Leonhart Holsteiner
Michael Neff/Michel Neff
Jacob Fucks/Jacob Fucks
Matthias Firrumsler/Madtheus Fernssler
Egidius Grim/Johann Egidius Grim
Johannes Gurts/Joannes Gurts
Johan Leendt Keller/Johann Leonhart Keller
Isaac Crison/Isac Crison?
Jacob Herman/Jacob Herman
Thomas Koppenheffer/Thomas Kopenhaver
Christoff Graff/Johann Christoph Groff
Martin Valk/Hans Martin Valck
Hans Michl Ruiter/Hans Mich. Rider
Martin Moeser/Martin Moser
Henderik Phillip Seller/Philips Henrich Soller
Frederik Sholl/Friedrich Scholl
Jacob Beyer/Jacob Bayer
Michl Korr/Michel Kur
Adam Engeler, sick (not on second list)
Loerens Durr/Laurence Dur
Sebastian Durr/Sebastian Dorr
Bartel Eberle/Bartell [Eberle]
Sebastian Eberle/Bastian Eb[erle]
Hans Adam Moesser/Johan Adam Moser
George Shoemaker/Jerg Schuhmacher
Jacob Kun/Jacob Kuhn
Leondr Hicker/Leond Hicker
Johan Caspr Steffer, Senr/Johann Casper Stover, Miss.
Johan Caspr Steffer, Junr/Johan Casper Stover, Ss. Theol. Stud.
Jacob Mekeling/Jacob Mec[kling]
Teobald Mekeling/Theobald Mechling
Hans George Seyler/Hans Jerik Seyler
Jacob Sinc/Jacob Zenck
Hans Veery Bants/Hans Virech Bontz
Andries Stickeler/Andreas Strickel
Hans Jacob Slauss/Hans Jacob Schlauch
Johannes Ruspag/Johannes Ruspag
Hans George Mettler/Hans Jerg Mettler
Adam Summer/Adam Sommer


Ship SAMUEL

Philadelphia, August 17th, 1733. Hugh Percy, Master, from Rotterdam,
but last from Deal 

Hans Peter Frey                 Gilian Schmied
Johan Leuistandwallnor           Christian Lausel
Hans Georg. Strohaver            Hans Casper Eiseman
Elias Tayler                     Malcher Wagner
Abraham Koen                     Justus Simonius Wagner
Fredrich Koen                    Hans Jacob Kummerling
Johan Johan Zimmer               Hans Adam Lang
Jacob Rausher                    Michael Probst
Christian Krops                  Johs. Michael Probst
Henrich Bishof                   Hans Georg. Zoller
Hans Jurg Ruck                   John Casper Korber
Hans  Georg. Ruck                Johan Henrich Fisher
Hans Jacob Ruck                  Andreas Wagener
Peter Koentz                     Johan Koofman
Hans Jacob Ridt                  Johan Henrich Adam
Hans Leonard Lechner             Johan Wilheim Fisher
Hans Jurg Peck                   Casper  Muhlhaus
Andreas Frey                     Andreas Weltz
Friedrich Lieby                  Hans Casper Brenner

Ship Harle (Palatines to PA)

FIRST LIST (There are 3 records of this list, A, B, C.. Each list has different spellings etc.) "At the
Courthouse of Philadelphia, September 1st, 1736. One hundred fifty one Foreigners from the
Palatinate & other Places, who, with their Families, making in all three hundred eighty eight Persons,
were imported here in the Ship Harle, of London, Ralph Harle, Master, from Rotterdam, but last
from Cowes, as by Clearance thence, were this day qualified as usual." From the Minutes of the
Provincial Council, printer in "Colonial Records," Vol. IV, p.58f. 

List 1A Harle

Name & Age
Rudolf Hackman 20
Jacob Vellmann 55
Jacob Sontag 32
Cornelius Weygand 22
Abraham Saaler 30
Adam Seyder 38
Nickel Lang 34
Adam Bohn 27
Ludtwig Ley 25
Christian Erb 46

SHIP MORTONHOUSE

(List A) Aug. 17th 1729 


Anna BOWMAN                    Hannah Barbary WALDER
Betsila BOWMAN                 Hendrick KILLHAVER
Anna BOWMAN, Jun'r             Simon REEL
Apalone SNEEVELER              Eliz'a SELLER
Jn'o Casper INKLEREE           Jacob SELLER, Jun'r, formerly in
John MILLER                    Pennsylvania
Jacob OVER                     Nicholas CARVER
Anna Marye OVER                Jacob ESHELMAN
David MONTANDON                Welder KEYSER
Jacob REEIF, formerly in Pa.   Agnis KEYSER
Jn'o Dan'l WORLEY              Abraham KENSINGER
Valentine FICKUS               Anna Barbara KENSINGER
Jn'o Adam MOOR                 Frenee KENSINGER
Freenick REEIF, who is wife to Jacob Reif, inhabitant in Pennsylvania

                               Richard HALDER
Baltzar ROER                   Katherine RAMERIN
John RICE                      Christopher BUMGARNER
Katherine RICE                 Ursley BUMGARNER

Ship Patience -- from Rotterdam to Cowes England to Philadelphia, Pa. 9th September 1751
Captain Hugh Steel
Source: List 164 C Pennsylvania German Pioneers, Ralph Beaver Strassburger
Johan Diterich (X) Weitzen
Johan Henrich Weitzel
Johann Frantz Huber
Martin Erdman
Hans Peter (X) Kuber
Philips Conradt Zeiler
Jacob Stöhr 
Johan Henrich Stöhr 
Lutwig Rimmel
Nicolaus Rimmel
Johann Martin Frietag
Georg Henrich Joseph
Johann Peter Müller

From:
             Hugh and Sandy Sellers <hubie19@swbell.net>
 

>From "SELLERS LETTERS" (C) M. Sims

Source: Rupp's "THIRTY THOUSAND NAMES OF IMMIGRANTS"

SELLER, Jacob, page 59, of Germantown, Aug 19, 1729.  75 Palatines
with their families, about 180 persons, imported in the ship,
MORTONHOUSE, master James COULTRAS, from Rotterdam, last from Cowes,
where ship sailed June 21st.  List of names includes Jacob SELLER,
"probably Newlander"

ZOLLER, Hans Georg.- page 86, Aug 17, 1733, ship SAMUEL, of London,
master Hugh PERCY, from Rotterdam, last from Deal, England, 290
passengers.

ZELLER, Henrich - page 120, Sep 16, 1738, Palatines imported in the
ship QUEEN ELIZABETH, master Alexander Hope, from Rotterdam, last from
Deal, England.

ZOLLER, Elias, page 121, Sept 19, 1838, Palatines imported in the (recheck this date, msh)
ship THE THISTLE, commander John WILSON, from Rotterdam, last from
Plymouth, England.  300 passengers

SELLER, Jacob - page 264, Sept Wed the 25th, 1751, ship PHOENIX,
Capt. John Spurrier, 412 persons, from Rotterdam, last from Portsmouth,
England.

ZELLER, JACOB; ZELLER, Conrad; ZELLER, Johannes - page 222, Oct 17, 1749.
Foreigners from Palatinate, Wirtemberg and Rittenhim.  Ship FANE, Capt. Wm.
HYNDMAN, from Rotterdam, last from Cowes, 569 passengers.

ZOELLER, Nicklas - page 144, Dec 3, 1740.  Palatines imported in the
ship SAMUEL, Capt Hugh PERCY, from Rotterdam, last from Deal, England,
175 passengers.

ZOLLER, Bartel - page 159, Sept 2, 1743, ship LOYAL JUDITH, master
James COWIE, from Rotterdam, last from Cowes, England

ZOLLER, Daniel - page 258, Sept 16, 1751, ship BROTHERS, Capt. Wm. MUIER,
from Rotterdam, 200 passengers

ZALLER, Han Jacob - page 192, Aug 30, 1749, ship CROWN, master Michael
JAMES, from Rotterdam, last from Cowes, England, 500 persons.

ZELLER, Johan Friederich; ZELLER, Hans Martin - page 277, Sept 23, 1752,
from Rotterdam, last from Plymouth, ship ST. ANDREW, Capt. James
ABERCROMBIE

ZOLLER, Friederich - page 268, Oct 16, 1751, ship DUKE OF WIRTEMBERG,
Capt. MONTPELIER, from Rotterdam, last from Cowes, England, 406 passengers

Page 59, Section A, list of 55 female passengers from Palatinate,
imported in the ship MORTONHOUSE.  List included SELLER, Eliza.

ZELLER, Johannes - page 338, Oct 21, 1754, ship FRIENDSHIP, Capt, Charles
ROSS, from Amsterdam, last from Gosport, England, inhabitants from
Franconia and Hesse, 7 Roman Catholics.

ZELLER, Geo. Leon. - page 379, Oct 6, 1767, ship HAMILTON, commander
Charles SMITH, from Rotterdam, 302 passengers



FROM DENNIS
        FDHaun@aol.com
John Christian Seiler, wife Elizabeth Catharine from Schuman from
Marienberg Nassam. (Catharine Elizabeth born Sept 2, 1752 on ship of Capt.
Arnot), Ship Two Brothers Date Sept, 6, 1752.
        From: 
             psmartoc@eastnet.educ.ecu.edu (psmartoc)
   
Santa also brought me the Passenger and Immigration Lists Index Cd for
1538-1940.
The following names are listed.
Thomas Pridgen.........Jamaica.........1725........age 19
        Source: the Complete Book of Emigrants by Coldham, p. 353
Thomas Pridgen.........Jamaica.........1725........age 19
        Source: Kamenkow, A List of Emigrants to America, p. 183
Thomas pridgen.....1731..........Complete Book, p. 454
Hayes Pridgen ........1846       age 46....from Naturalization  Records if
Mi.
John Pridgen...........Baltimore........age 23........Passenger Arrivals
at
Port of Baltimore...p. 528




        From:
             sherrymazzetti1@prodigy.net

     Someone here (think I deleted the message) asked for help in finding
immigrants.  Think you should try the IMMIGRANT SHIPS TRANSCRIBERS GUILD.
Not sure of their URL, but there is a link from the Rootsweb main page.
     Have only tried it once or twice.  Not that easy to use, but there
is a lot of info for those who can narrow their searches a bit.
SHERRY



Subject:
             MAJOR SETTLEMENTS 1801-1848

MAJOR SETTLEMENTS, IMMIGRATION, AND NATURALIZATION: A CHRONOLOGY, Part
3,
1802-1848
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Excerpted from "The Source: A Guidebook of American Genealogy," edited
by
Loretto D. Szucs and Sandra H. Luebking, Chapter 13, 'Immigration:
Finding
Immigrant Origins' by Kory L. Meyerink and Loretto Dennis Szucs
____________________________________________________________________

1802: Residency requirements of the 1795 act were reasserted; children
of naturalized citizens were considered to be citizens (2 Stat. 153).

1803: War between England and France resumed. As a result, transatlantic
trade was interrupted and emigration from continental Europe became
practically impossible.

Irish emigration was curtailed by the British Passenger Act, which
limited the numbers to be carried by emigrant ships.

1807: Congress prohibited the importing of black slaves into the
country.
Individual states previously prohibited importation of slaves: Delaware
in 1776;
Virginia, 1778; Maryland, 1783; South Carolina, 1787; North Carolina,
1794; Georgia, 1798. South Carolina reopened importation of slaves in 1803.

1812: The War of 1812 between Britain and the United States brought
immigration to a halt.

1814: The War of 1812 ended with the Treaty of Ghent.

1815: The first great wave of immigration to the United States brings 5
million immigrants between 1815 and 1860.

1818: Liverpool became the most-used port of departure for Irish and
British immigrants, as well as considerable numbers of Germans and other
Europeans as the Black Ball Line of sailing packets began regular Liverpool-New York
service.
 

1819: The first significant federal legislation relating to immigration:

passenger lists to be given to the collector of customs; reporting of
immigration to the United States on a regular basis; specific sustenance
rules for passengers of ships leaving U.S. ports for Europe (3 Stat. 489).

1820: The U.S. population was at 9,638,453. One hundred and fifty-one
thousand new immigrants arrived in 1820 alone.

The government of Prussia attempted to halt emigration by making it a
crime to urge anyone to emigrate.

1824: Alien minors were naturalized upon reaching twenty-one years of
age if they had lived in the United States for five years (4 Stat. 69).

1825: Great Britain officially recognized the view that England was
overpopulated and repealed laws prohibiting emigration.

The first group of Norwegian immigrants arrives from their overpopulated
homeland.

1830: Public land in Illinois was allotted by Congress to Polish
revolutionary refugees.

1837: Financial panic. Nativists claimed that immigration lowered wage
levels, contributed to the decline of the apprenticeship system, and generally
depressed the condition of labor.

1840: The Cunard Line began passenger transportation between Europe and
the United States, opening the steamship era.

1845: The Native American party, precursor of the nativist,
anti-immigrant Know-Nothing party, was founded.

1846: Crop failures in Europe. Mortgage foreclosures sent tens of
thousands of dispossessed to United States.

1846ñ47: Irish of all classes emigrated to the United States as a result
of the potato famine.

1848: Failure of German revolution resulted in the emigration of
political refugees to America.

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ANCESTRY QUICK TIP
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My husband and I recently made a trip back to my hometown in Union
County, Ohio so I could work on my long-time dream of doing family research. I hit a
gold mine on my first day in town when I made a trip to the local courthouse,

which is the county seat. I went straight to the Probate Court office--the
books and information I found absolutely astounded the court clerk and me.
 

Make sure that you visit your courthouses. I found immigration records
that showed my family's German name had been changed even earlier than was
thought.

Jacquie Baral
____________________________________________________________________
MIGRATIONS  = to different States
http://www.migrations.org/



ZELLERS/SELLERS by MaryMarieKoontzArrington
LANDING IN PHILADELPHIA

AUG 17,1733 = HANS JERG ZOLLER, 52 YRS OLD
SEPT 16, 1738 = HENRICH ZELLER, 34 YRS OLD
SEPT 19, 1738= ELIAS ZOLLER
DEC 3, 1740 = NICKLAUS ZOLLER - 30 YRS OLD
SEPT 2, 1743= BARTEL ZELLER, 27 YRS OLD
AUG 30, 1749 = JACOB ZELLER, CONRAD ZELER, JOHANNES ZELLER
SEPT 16, 1751 = DANIEL ZELLER
OCT 16, 1751 = FREDERICK ZELLER
SEPT 23, 1752= JOHANN FREDERICK ZELLER, HANS MARTIN ZELLER
OCT 21, 1754 = JOHANNEX ZELLER
NOV 9, 1767 = GEORGE LEONHARD ZOLLER
JULY 7, 1788 = JEAN ZELLER, SA FEME ANNA MARIA 5 ENFANS JEAN, ANNA MARIA, FRENE, ANNA, BARBE
SEPT 23, 1792 = CASPER ZELLER



From:
            "Rhonda Woods" <rjw2452@hotmail.com

Pennsylvania Foreign Oaths of Allegiance

All males over 16 years of age were obiliged to take this oath and
declaration, as soon after their arrival as possible. Taking an oath of
allegiance was a process undergone during early colonial emigration. In this
oath immigrants declared they would be faithful to King George II.

Name : Jacob Zeller
Ship: Fanr
Captain: William Hyndman
Place: Rotterdam
date: October 17, 1749

Name: Johannes Zeller
Ship: Fanr
Captain: William Hyndman
Place: Rotterdam
date: October 17, 1749

Name: Conrad Zeller,
Ship: FANR. CAPTAIN WILLIAM HYNDMAN
Place: ROTTERDAM
Date: OCT. 17, 1749



CD 350 - EMMIGRANTS
The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776

Introduction to Emigrant Books

Family Archives can simplify genealogical research and save you weeks
of research time.  This Family Archive contains the texts from Peter
Wilson Coldham's "The Complete Book of Emigrants" (four volumes) and
"The Complete Book of Emigrants in Bondage" and supplement.  These
texts reference the names of approximately 140,000 individuals.  For
your convenience, Broderbund Software has provided search capabilities
that span all six of the books on this CD.  The texts of these books
were provided by the Genealogical Publishing Company of Baltimore,
Maryland.

Peter Wilson Coldham's groundbreaking books contain virtually every
reference to English emigrants of the colonial period that could be
extracted from surviving sources in English archives.  While they
identify only about 140,000 emigrants and passengers, admittedly not
all of those who emigrated, they nonetheless embody an amazingly
significant percentage of them.  As a means of understanding just how
significant, consider that between 1776 and 1820, approximately
250,000 people immigrated to the United States from Europe.  Owing to
the extensive research that went into these books, they are preeminent
in their field.  Whether a genealogist tracking down 17th- and 18th-
century immigrant ancestors, or an historian seeking answers to
questions about the peopling of colonial America, few can afford to
ignore them.

The author, Peter Wilson Coldham, is the foremost authority on English
emigration records.  After serving both in the Royal Navy and the
Foreign Office, he retired from public service to devote more time to
historical and genealogical research and writing.  He is the author of
several standard works on Anglo-American genealogy, including "Bonded
Passengers to America," "English Estates of American Colonists,"
"English Adventurers and Emigrants," and "Emigrants in Chains."
Mr. Coldham is also a Fellow of the American Society of Genealogists
and a contributing editor of the "National Genealogical Society
Quarterly."
 

For Your Information

Before using this Family Archive, you should be aware of the following:

The books on this CD contain many abbreviations and codes that refer
to source materials, events, event locations, and other information.
To speed your research in "The Complete Book of Emigrants in Bondage,"
Broderbund Software has replaced these codes and abbreviations with
the words that they actually represent.  However, all four volumes of
"The Complete Book of Emigrants" still contain abbreviations.  When
you come across an abbreviation that needs explanation, please refer
to the introductory chapter of the book in which you found it.

The first volume of "The Complete Book of Emigrants" covers the years
1607 to 1660.  Some of these records were originally collected and
published by John Camden Hotten, who, over 100 years ago, was one of
the first to bring together the passenger lists that he found in the
British state papers.  In creating the first volume of "The Complete
Book of Emigrants," Peter Wilson Coldham reworked the Chancery
records and records of the Exchequer that Hotten had already examined.
Those records included the 1624 and 1625 Virginia censuses, and the
records of licenses and examinations of persons wishing to emigrate to
the New World.  Coldham also added records from several other sources,
including port books, court records, and other official papers and
documents.  Of special note are transcriptions of the records of
servants who were sent from Bristol to "foreign plantations"
between 1654 and 1660.  You will also find records of vagrants, waifs,
and prostitutes who were taken from The Bridewell in London and
transported to the colonies.

The second volume of "The Complete Book of Emigrants" covers the years
1661 to 1699.  The records transcribed in this book come from state and
parliamentary papers, customs and treasury records, apprenticeship
records, port books, criminal transportation orders, estate records,
and county and town records.  Of particular note are 1) the sole
surviving 1674 passenger list from the Custom House fire of 1814 and
2) previously unknown lists of apprentices and indentured servants.
It also adds at least 50 names to the list of known passengers in
William Penn's "First Fleet" of 1682.  Most entries in this book
include each individual's name, age, occupation, residence, ship,
and destination.

The third volume of "The Complete Book of Emigrants" covers the years
1700 to 1750.  Increasingly in this period, emigration is seen as less
of a movement of population groups and more as the sporadic migration
of individuals -- indentured servants, merchants, soldiers, and felons.
Thus, the records in this volume come principally from plantation
apprenticeship bindings, port books, and convict pardons.  The
plantation apprenticeship bindings survive only for Liverpool and
London.  Port books do not include London, because all post-1700
London port books were deliberately destroyed.  However, the port books
for Bideford and Dartmouth, Bristol, Exeter, Liverpool, Newcastle,
Plymouth, Poole, Portsmouth, Southampton, Weymouth and Lyme,
and Whitehaven are substantially complete.  Convict pardons came from
patent rolls dating from 1700 to 1719, after which date such records
were no longer kept.  Most entries in this book include each
individual's name, age, occupation, residence, ship, and destination.

The fourth volume of "The Complete Book of Emigrants" covers the years
1751 to 1776.  Voluntary emigration from the British Isles to the
American plantations went into a steep decline after the year 1750,
only to rise again sharply from 1770.  It reached epidemic proportions
by 1773, which was a year of great economic hardship in Britain.
Involuntary emigration -- the forced transportation of criminals of
almost every degree -- rose sharply during the same period, from a
yearly total of 500 in 1750 to 1,000 in 1774-75.  This shows that
English jails continued to provide a numerous and regular source of
labor for the colonies.  The records transcribed in this book include
port books, plantation apprenticeship bindings (particularly indenture
records of apprentices bound before the Lord Mayor of London between
1751 and 1759), and treasury records of emigrants departing from
English ports between 1773 and 1776.

"The Complete Book of Emigrants in Bondage, 1614-1775" lists
approximately 50,000 men, women, and children who were deported to the
American colonies for crimes ranging from the theft of a handkerchief
to bigamy and highway robbery.  The names of virtually all of these
involuntary colonists have been extracted from official court records,
including the minutes of 11 Courts of Assize and Jail Delivery,
28 Courts of Quarter Session, treasury papers, money books, patent
rolls, state papers, sessions papers, and sheriff's cravings.  The
names are arranged in a combination of alphabetical and Soundex order,
so you may find names such as "Wynne, Richard" and "Winn, Richard"
next to each other.  Please note that because of this arrangement,
scrolling through the entries may not always be the best method of
searching.  In addition, the various spellings of "Mc," "Mac," "Mack,"
"Mag," etc. have been standardized as "Mc" to make searching faster.
Most entries include some or all of the following information:  parish
of origin, sentencing court, nature of offense, date of sentence, date
and ship of transport, place and date landed in America, and the
English county in which the sentence was passed.

The "Supplement to the Complete Book of Emigrants in Bondage,
1614-1775" is comprised of information that either was unavailable
or escaped detection when the original book was published.
Two main groups of records were examined or re-examined in the
compilation of this supplement.  The first group consists of patent
rolls (1655-1719), criminal correspondence (1718-1775), and state
papers (criminal) from the Public Record Office.  The second group
comes from the Bristol Records Office and consists of Quarter Sessions
records, Docket Books (1722-1753), and bonds entered into with
transportation contractors.  A degree mark (small circle) appears in
front of each name that is an update to a name that was in the
original "The Complete Book of Emigrants in Bondage, 1614-1775."

The copyrights for all six books on this CD belong to the Genealogical
Publishing Co., Inc., of Baltimore, Maryland.  The copyright dates are
as follows:
"The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1660" Copyright 1987
"The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1661-1699" Copyright 1990
"The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1700-1750" Copyright 1992
"The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1751-1776" Copyright 1993
"The Complete Book of Emigrants in Bondage, 1614-1775" Copyright 1988
"Supplement to the Complete Book of Emigrants in Bondage,
1614-1775" Copyright 1992
 

The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776

27 August 1685-1 September 1685.  Shippers by the Bridget, Mr. Richard
Journall, bound from London for New England: Thomas Hunt, William Pate,
William Wrayford, John Seller, Thomas Tryon, Thomas Heath, John Hull,
Samuel Ball, John Gyles, Thomas Elliott, James Deanes, Christopher
Merriweather, John Halsey, William Hibbert, William Withers, Phillip
Newman, John Fentzell, Lewin Robins, Richard Yerbury. (PRO:
E190/126/5).
 

The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776

Sell, William. Sentenced to transportation January-February 1774.
Middlesex.

Seller, William. Sentenced to transportation February 1775. London.

Sellers, Thomas of Bermondsey. Sentenced to transportation Summer
Transported October 1739 Duke of Cumberland. Surrey.

Sellers, William alias Henry. Sentenced to transportation stealing at
St. Aldate, Oxford, Lent 1764. Oxfordshire.

Sellersat alias Selerate, John. Sentenced to transportation Summer
Transported October 1750 Rachael. Essex.

Sellick, Elizabeth. Transportation Bond to Virginia from Quarter
Sessions 1746. Devon.

Sells, James. Sentenced to transportation February Transported April
1772 Thornton. London.

Selly, John. Sentenced to transportation stealing gelding & Reprieved
for transportation 14 yrs Lent 1738. Cambridgeshire.

Selley, John. Sentenced to transportation stealing at Clun Summer 1761.
Shropshire.

Selley, John. Sentenced to transportation stealing sheep Lent Reprieved
for transportation 14 yrs Summer 1765. Shropshire.

Selly, Samuel.  Sentenced to transportation at Quarter Sessions July
1741 Transportation Bond to Maryland May 1742. Somerset.

===
The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776

12 December 1700.  The following bound to Mr. Daniel Murphy to go to
Virginia by the St. John the Baptist: Elizabeth Thompson of Chester,
aged 28, for five years; Isabella Sellers of Liverpool, aged 24, for
seven years; John Mills of Lancashire, aged 12, for nine years; John
Barroms of Kent, aged 16, for five years; Thomas Duglas of
Northumberland, aged 29, for four years; James Johnson of Lancashire,
aged 21, for four years; William Hicks of Ellesmere, [Cheshire], aged
22, for four years; Richard Style of Cheshire, aged 19, for four years;
Timothy Hicks of Cheshire, aged 16, for four years; Samuel Breerley of
Lancashire, aged 15, for seven years; Edward Evans of Denbighshire,
aged 12, for seven years; Jonie Fletcher of Staffordshire, aged 22, for
four years; Ellen Foster of Nantwich, [Cheshire], aged 27, for four
years; John Morgan of Wales, aged 13, for seven years; Margaret Hebbett
of Cheshire, aged 21, for four years; Sarah Clough of Holywell,
[Flintshire], aged 17, for six years; Elizabeth Rogers of Cheshire,
aged 18, for six years; Hester Jones of Cheshire, aged 18, for six
years; Howell Jones of Cheshire, aged 23, for four years. (LTB).

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6 September 1739.  Thomas Elam of St. Andrew Holborn, London, labourer
aged 17, bound to Stephen Finney to serve 4 years in Jamaica with the
consent of his mother Ann Sellers. (CLRO: ATSM/99).

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13 November 1668.  The following apprenticed in Bristol: Nathaniell
Lewis to Thomas Pope, 4 years Virginia; Thomas Hill to John Soller, 4
years Virginia. (BR).

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Wariscoyack (7 February)
Mr. Edward Bennett's servants: Henery Pinke by London Merchant 1619;
John Bate by Adam 1621; Wassell Webling by James 1621; Antonio, a
negro, by James 1621; Christopher Reynolds by John & Francis 1622; Luke
Chappman by John & Francis 1622; Edward Maybank by John & Francis 1622;
John Attkins by Gift 1623; William Denum by Gift 1623; Francis Banks by
Gift 1623; Mary, negro woman, by Margaret & John 1622

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September 1658.  Probate of will of Robert Greene of Stepney,
Middlesex, who made a bequest to Thomas Reynolds in Virginia. (EEAC).
 



CD 354 PASSENGER AND IMMIGRATION LISTS INDEX 100-1900

Place: Virginia
Year: 1678

Primary Immigrant: Salley, Wm

Source Code: 6221

Source Publication:
NUGENT, NELL MARION. Cavaliers and Pioneers: Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants. Vol. 2: 1666-1695. Indexed by Claudia B. Grundman. Richmond, VA: Virginia State Library, 1977. 609p.

Source Annotation:
Date and place where land was patented and record was created listing those transported/imported. Only the names of those to be transported were indexed. Abstracted from Patent books 6 through 8, from the Land Office records located at the Virginia State Library. Volumes 1 and 3 were indexed as nos. 6220 and 6223 respectively in PILI 1984.

Source Page Number: 188

Permanent Entry Number: 991764
Accession Number:  7964651

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Place: Virginia
Year: 1714

Primary Immigrant: Salley, Mary

Source Code: 6223

Source Publication:
NUGENT, NELL MARION, abstractor. Cavaliers and Pioneers: Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants. Vol. 3: 1695-1732. Richmond [VA]: Virginia State Library, 1979. 578p. Indexed.

Source Annotation:
Abstracts of Virginia Land Office patent books 9 through 14, covering the early decades of the eighteenth century. Includes numerous references to land patented by "French refugees," the Protestants (Huguenots) who fled France after Louis XIV revoked the Edict of Nantes in 1685. The index is on pages 430-578.

Source Page Number: 165

Permanent Entry Number: 2126088
Accession Number:  7964655

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Place: North Carolina
Year: 1748

Primary Immigrant: Seler, Joseph

Source Code: 1739

Source Publication:
EAKER, LORENA SHELL. "The Germans in North Carolina." In The Palatine Immigrant, vol. 6:1 (Summer 1980), pp. 3-34.

Source Annotation:
Contains naturalization records and details on settlers west of the Catawba, North Carolina. Most were German Reformed or Lutheran. Dates of arrival often given, all 18th century.

Source Page Number: 4

Permanent Entry Number: 2148559
Accession Number:  7849204
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Place: Virginia
Year: 1703

Primary Immigrant: Sellars, Tho

Source Code: 6223

Source Publication:
NUGENT, NELL MARION, abstractor. Cavaliers and Pioneers: Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants. Vol. 3: 1695-1732. Richmond [VA]: Virginia State Library, 1979. 578p. Indexed.

Source Annotation:
Abstracts of Virginia Land Office patent books 9 through 14, covering the early decades of the eighteenth century. Includes numerous references to land patented by "French refugees," the Protestants (Huguenots) who fled France after Louis XIV revoked the Edict of Nantes in 1685. The index is on pages 430-578.

Source Page Number: 74

Permanent Entry Number: 2148671
Accession Number:  7848647
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Place: Virginia
Year: 1703

Primary Immigrant: Sellars, Mary

Source Code: 6223

Source Publication:
NUGENT, NELL MARION, abstractor. Cavaliers and Pioneers: Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants. Vol. 3: 1695-1732. Richmond [VA]: Virginia State Library, 1979. 578p. Indexed.

Source Annotation:
Abstracts of Virginia Land Office patent books 9 through 14, covering the early decades of the eighteenth century. Includes numerous references to land patented by "French refugees," the Protestants (Huguenots) who fled France after Louis XIV revoked the Edict of Nantes in 1685. The index is on pages 430-578.

Source Page Number: 74

Permanent Entry Number: 2148670
Accession Number:  7848648
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Place: Virginia
Year: 1703

Primary Immigrant: Sellars, Tho

Source Code: 6223

Source Publication:
NUGENT, NELL MARION, abstractor. Cavaliers and Pioneers: Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants. Vol. 3: 1695-1732. Richmond [VA]: Virginia State Library, 1979. 578p. Indexed.

Source Annotation:
Abstracts of Virginia Land Office patent books 9 through 14, covering the early decades of the eighteenth century. Includes numerous references to land patented by "French refugees," the Protestants (Huguenots) who fled France after Louis XIV revoked the Edict of Nantes in 1685. The index is on pages 430-578.

Source Page Number: 74

Permanent Entry Number: 2148671
Accession Number:  7848647
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Place: Maryland
Year: 1735

Primary Immigrant: Seller, Agnes

Source Code: 1229.10

Source Publication:
COLDHAM, PETER WILSON. The Kings Passengers to Maryland and Virginia. Westminister, MD: Family Line Publications, 1997. 450p.

Source Annotation:
Date and port of arrival or date of conviction for transport and port of arrival. Date and place of felon runaways are also provided. Name of ship and other genealogical and historical information may also be provided.

Source Page Number: 61

Permanent Entry Number: 3243595
Accession Number:  7498359
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Place: Virginia
Year: 1765

Primary Immigrant: Seller, John

Source Code: 613

Source Publication:
BOCKSTRUCK, LLOYD DEWITT. "Naturalizations and Denizations in Colonial Virginia." In National Genealogical Society Quarterly, vol. 73:2 (June 1985), pp. 109-116.

Source Page Number: 115

Permanent Entry Number: 1556960
Accession Number:  7848486
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Place: Barbados
Year: 1679

Primary Immigrant: Seller, Rob

Source Code: 776

Source Publication:
BRANDOW, JAMES C. Omitted Chapters from Hotten's Original Lists of Persons of Quality...and Others Who Went from Great Britain to the American Plantations, 1600-1700: Census Returns, Parish Registers, and Militia Rolls from the Barbados Census of 1679/80. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1982. 245p.

Source Page Number: 149

Permanent Entry Number: 1556964
Accession Number:  7848471
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Place: Virginia
Year: 1657

Primary Immigrant: Seller, William

Source Code: 6220

Source Publication:
NUGENT, NELL MARION. Cavaliers and Pioneers: Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants, 1623-1666. Vol. 1. Richmond [VA]: Dietz Printing Co., 1934. 767p. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1983.

Source Annotation:
Record of 20,000 very early immigrants, with much relevant information. Taken from Patent Books 1 through 5. Title page states, "In 5 volumes," but up to 1979 only three had appeared. See nos. 6221 and 6223 for second and third volumes, published in 1977 and 1979. Issued originally by Nugent in parts between 1929 and 1931; the parts were then largely incorporated in this work, no. 6220. Stewart, item no. 9025, compiled the article, "Ancient Planters [1607]," pages xxviii-xxxiv.

Source Page Number: 363

Permanent Entry Number: 2148703
Accession Number:  7848467

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Place: Virginia
Year: 1700
Age: 24

Primary Immigrant: Sellers, Isabella

Source Code: 1219.6

Source Publication:
COLDHAM, PETER WILSON. The Complete Book of Emigrants: A Comprehensive Listing Compiled from English Public Records of Those Who Took Ship to the Americas for Political, Religious, and Economic Reasons; of Those Who Were Deported for Vagrancy, Roguery, or Non-Conformity; and of Those Who Were Sold to Labour in the New Colonies. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co. 1700-1750. 1992. 743p.

Source Annotation:
For the majority of entries, the date of transportation or apprenticeship order and the intended destination is provided.

Source Page Number: 21

Permanent Entry Number: 1020650
Accession Number:  7848455
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Place: Virginia
Year: 1701

Primary Immigrant: Sellers, Nicho

Source Code: 6223

Source Publication:
NUGENT, NELL MARION, abstractor. Cavaliers and Pioneers: Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants. Vol. 3: 1695-1732. Richmond [VA]: Virginia State Library, 1979. 578p. Indexed.

Source Annotation:
Abstracts of Virginia Land Office patent books 9 through 14, covering the early decades of the eighteenth century. Includes numerous references to land patented by "French refugees," the Protestants (Huguenots) who fled France after Louis XIV revoked the Edict of Nantes in 1685. The index is on pages 430-578.

Source Page Number: 53

Permanent Entry Number: 2148707
Accession Number:  7848435
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Place: Virginia
Year: 1739

Primary Immigrant: Sellers, Thomas

Source Code: 1229.10

Source Publication:
COLDHAM, PETER WILSON. The Kings Passengers to Maryland and Virginia. Westminister, MD: Family Line Publications, 1997. 450p.

Source Annotation:
Date and port of arrival or date of conviction for transport and port of arrival. Date and place of felon runaways are also provided. Name of ship and other genealogical and historical information may also be provided.

Source Page Number: 84

Permanent Entry Number: 3245523
Accession Number:  7498341
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Place: Virginia
Year: 1739

Primary Immigrant: Sellers, Thomas

Source Code: 3700

Source Publication:
KAMINKOW, MARION, and JACK KAMINKOW, editors. Original Lists of Emigrants in Bondage from London to the American Colonies, 1719-1744. Baltimore: Magna Carta Book Co., 1967. 2nd pr., 1981. 211p. (Available from Tuttle, Rutland, Vt.)

Source Annotation:
"Additions and Corrections," indicated in this index by the code A, are located on page xviii.

Source Page Number: 140

Permanent Entry Number: 1556983
Accession Number:  7848423
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Place: America
Year: 1764

Primary Immigrant: Sellers, William

Source Code: 1217.6

Source Publication:
COLDHAM, PETER WILSON. Bonded Passengers to America. 9 vols. in 3. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1983. Vol. 6. Oxford Circuit, 1663-1775: Berkshire, Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Monmouthshire, Oxfordshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire, and Worcestershire. 95p.

Source Page Number: 53

Permanent Entry Number: 1556984
Accession Number:  7848422
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Place: America
Year: 1764

Primary Immigrant: Sellers, William

Source Code: 1220.12

Source Publication:
COLDHAM, PETER WILSON. The Complete Book of Emigrants in Bondage, 1614-1775. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1988. pp. 462-920.

Source Annotation:
Date and port of arrival, or date of sentencing or reprieve for transport and port of arrival. Name of ship, crime convicted of, and other information may also be provided. The first part of this book was indexed as source number 1220.11 in PILI 1999 Part 1.

Source Page Number: 710

Permanent Entry Number: 2743357
Accession Number:  6813341
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Place: Virginia
Year: 1664

Primary Immigrant: Sollers, Robt

Source Code: 6220

Source Publication:
NUGENT, NELL MARION. Cavaliers and Pioneers: Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants, 1623-1666. Vol. 1. Richmond [VA]: Dietz Printing Co., 1934. 767p. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1983.

Source Annotation:
Record of 20,000 very early immigrants, with much relevant information. Taken from Patent Books 1 through 5. Title page states, "In 5 volumes," but up to 1979 only three had appeared. See nos. 6221 and 6223 for second and third volumes, published in 1977 and 1979. Issued originally by Nugent in parts between 1929 and 1931; the parts were then largely incorporated in this work, no. 6220. Stewart, item no. 9025, compiled the article, "Ancient Planters [1607]," pages xxviii-xxxiv.

Source Page Number: 524

Permanent Entry Number: 2164285
Accession Number:  7778436
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