4 edition of The Winthrop Fleet of 1630 found in the catalog.
The Winthrop Fleet of 1630
by Heritage Books, Inc.
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||132|
This is the best known and most complete account of the voyage of the fleet of , including nine weeks and 2 days in the open Atlantic Ocean, April 8 to J John Winthrop, aboard the Arbella, gave a spare account of the weather and the ship’s progress. There was some excitement as they expected attack from French enemy ships on. Winthrop Fleet Large list of names of passengers to New England on board all ships listed above de Eendracht Netherlands to New York Ships Passenger Lists to U.S.A. de Eendracht Netherlands to New York Ships Passenger Lists to U.S.A. Soutberg Ships Passenger Lists to U.S.A.
Genealogical research and history combine in these pages to provide valuable insight into the voyage of the Winthrop Fleet and other related ships in Early attempts at settlement in the new colonies and religious, social, and economic influences in Brand: Charles Edward Banks. Mary and John was a ton ship that is known to have sailed between England and the American colonies four times from to She was during the later voyages captained by Robert Davies and owned by Roger Ludlow (–), one of the assistants of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. The ship's first two voyages to North America were to what is now .
Genealogical research and history combine in these pages to provide valuable insight into the voyage of the Winthrop Fleet and other related ships in Early attempts at settlement in the new colonies and religious, social, and economic influences inBrand: Heritage Books, Inc. MD. The Winthrop fleet of an account of the vessels, the voyage, the passengers, and their English homes from original authorities by Charles Edward Banks. 2 Currently reading; Published by Houghton Mifflin company in Boston. Written in EnglishCited by: 4.
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Read more. 11 people found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Chuck. out of 5 stars The Story of Emigratiom to the American Colonies in Cited by: 4. Overview Edit.
See Also Winthrop Fleet for historical background.; Immigrant Ships To America/First Families/Winthrop Fleet; Winthrop Fleet Migration Edit. This family were some of the + Passengers of the Winthrop Fleet which sailed from England to settle the Massachusetts Bay Colony at Salem in under the guidance of Gov.
John is. The Winthrop Fleet of An Account of the Vessels, the Voyage, the Passengers, and Their English Homes from Original Authorities Charles Edward Banks Houghton Mifflin, - Great Britain - pagesReviews: 2. The Winthrop Fleet of book.
Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Genealogical research and history combine in these pages /5. The Winthrop Fleet of An Account of the Vessels, the Voyage, the Passengers and Their English Homes from Original Authorities by Charles Edward Banks and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Winthrop Fleet of Browse this collection Table of Contents.
Title Page; Contents to This Book; Preface; Chapter I Setting the Stage; Chapter II The Background; Chapter III Preparing for the Hegira; Chapter IV Expense of Travel and Supplies Appendix B Passengers of the Mary and John in ; Appendix C The Ship Lyon, This list is from the excellent book: _The Winthrop Fleet of _: (An Account of the Vesselseake, Robert Fien English Homes from Original Authorities) by Charles Edward Banks.
It is believed by Banks to be a complete list, gathered from many sources. This volume describes the organization of the Winthrop Migration and the Winthrop Fleet in some detail, and provides detailed genealogical and biographic information on each of the more than two hundred families and individuals who came to New England in /5(2).
The Winthrop Fleet consisted of eleven ships sailing from Yarmouth, Isle of Wright to Salem. Some sailed April 8, arriving J and the followng days, the others to sail in May, arriving in July.
The total count of passengers is believed to be about seven hundred, and presumed to have included the following people. The Winthrop Fleet of by Charles Edward Banks published Boston Transcribed for Genealogy Trails by long-time contributor, Janice Farnsworth Chapter Setting the Stage Chapter The Background Chapter Preparing for the Hegira Chapter Preparing for the Hegira Chapter The Voyage Overseas.
The Winthrop Fleet 0fTHE WINTHROP FLEET: Eleven vessels brought ' the Great Emigration' of this year,viz: ARBELLA the flagship: AMBROSE: WILLIAM AND FRANCIS: TALBOT: HOPEWELL: JEWEL: WHALE: CHARLES: SUCCESS: MAYFLOWER: TRIAL: The first five ships sailed April 8 from Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, and arrived at Salem June 13 and.
Get this from a library. The Winthrop Fleet: Massachusetts Bay Company immigrants to New England, [Robert Charles Anderson; New England Historic Genealogical Society,; Great Migration Study Project (New England Historic Genealogical Society)] -- "In early the Massachusetts Bay Company received a royal charter that allowed the Company to carry on.
The Winthrop Fleet in Eleven Ships Sailed to Massachusetts Bay Colony. The Winthrop Fleet consisted of eleven ships. The well-planned and financed expedition was lead by Governor John Winthrop, who transported seven hundred Puritan immigrants from the religious turmoil in England to the Massachusetts Bay Colony in the spring of The Winthrop Fleet was a group of eleven sailing ships under the leadership of John Winthrop that carried approximately Puritans plus livestock and provisions from England to New England over the summer of The Winthrop Fleet of An Account of the Vessels, the Voyage, the Passengers and Their English Homes from Original Authorities Paperback – Oct.
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This name appears in Winthrop's list, but no further record has been found. No person of this name is known to have come to New England as early asand it is possible that Winthrop meant to designate 'Sergeant' Robert Lockwood by his title as the name appears next to the one believed to refer to Edmond Lockwood (see under Lockwood).
The Winthrop Society currently consists of descendants of the first settlers of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. It is open to all men and women of good character and proven descent from one or more passengers of the Winthrop fleet, or of others who settled in the Bay Colony and Down East* by the end of The Winthrop Fleet: Massachusetts Bay Company Immigrants to New England provides more than genealogical and biographical sketches of Winthrop Fleet immigrants.
To understand what this means, here is brief background to the fleet and the Massachusetts Bay Company, as provided on the jacket of this book. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The Winthrop fleet of by Charles Edward Banks; 3 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Arbella (Ship), Puritans, Winthrop, John, ; Places: Massachusetts; People: John Winthrop (), John Winthrop (,).
This is an authoritative list of the passengers who are believed to have come to New England with John Winthrop in Based on research undertaken in England and America, it provides as much data as could be verified on each passenger--name, place of departure, places of residence in England and America, occupation, church affiliation, dates of birth, marriage, and.
In John Winthrop () organized a fleet of 11 ships to carry almost immigrants from England to America and founded the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Departing in two groups in April and May, they arrived at various dates in June and July.Bay as a result of their voyage with The Winthrop Fleet "This is what I have: A photo copy of, PASSENGER "AND IMMIGRATION LISTS INDEX.
I have in front of me about pages of a book entitled The Winthrop Fleet Author unknown (I am careless about that!, but I know it to be one of the highly respected genealogical.Description. This is an authoritative list of the passengers who are believed to have come to New England with John Winthrop in Based on research undertaken in England and America, it provides as much data as could be verified on each passenger–name, place of departure, places of residence in England and America, occupation, church affiliation, dates of .