V. 2 #7: New databases on Olive Tree Genealogy
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V. 2 #7: Updates
1635 SHIPS PASSENGER LISTS
Thanks to volunteer transcriber Laura Freeman, Olive Tree Genealogy
has new ships passenger lists going from England to Virginia in 1635.
There are 20 ships in this database; the first 10 are now online for
you to search for that elusive ancestor. As always, all databases on
Olive Tree are FREE to use.
Please let each page load completely, then scroll down to read the
list of passenger names.
Merchant Bonaventure 1635 England to St. Domingo then
America 23 June 1635 England Virginia
Elizabeth of London 1635 England Virginia
Globe of London Aug. 1635 England Virginia
Alice July 1635 England Virginia
Assurance of London July 1635 England Virginia
George 12 Aug 1635 England Virginia
David 1635 England Virginia
Constance 24 Oct. 1635 England Virginia
Abraham 1635 England Virginia
To find ships to VA for other years, you can start your
search at Ships to VA before 1820
or Ships to VA after 1820
Ships to VA before and after 1820 are INDEX pages - they have lists
of online (free) passenger lists. Each ship has a link to click on
which takes you to the names of passengers. Olive Tree ships are
marked with my little Olive Tree button; ships on other sites are
marked with a square "offsite" button.
Remember to let each page load *completely* before you try to get to
the list of ships.
Feel free to pass this message on to anyone you think might be
1929 New York Times Arrival/Departure Notices
Thanks to volunteer transcriber Diane McClay, Olive Tree Genealogy
has a new database online.
Diane is extracting and transcribing passenger names found in Notices
of Arrivals, Departures and in Miscellaneous Articles in the New
York Times for 1929. This may expand to other years but we've started
with 1929 for now.
The list of Arrivals & Departures for 1929 are found here:
Scroll down, read the brief summary of arrivals/departures,and then
click on the links to see the names of passengers on board.
For example, I have just uploaded the following ships with partial
passenger names (Remember these ships either arrived at, or left, New
The Spanish Royal Mail liner Marques De Comillas for Spain
Canadian Pacific Vessel Duchess of Bedford will Depart for West Indies
The N. G. I. motor ship, Augustus, arriving from Genoa andaples
The California of the Panama Pacific Line from California and Panama
The Frederick VIII arriving from Copenhagen and Oslo
The No. German Lloyd liner Munenchen from Germany, France,Ireland
The American Trader of the American Merchant Line from London
Steamer Deutschland of the Hamburg-American line
Canadian Pacific liner Duchess of Bedford on a cruise to the West
That's all for now, stay tuned for another newsletter in the next day
or so with lots more. To come:
Naturalization Petitions for the Eastern (Savannah) Division of the
Southern District of Georgia