Adventure 1682 - 1684 Adventure Galley 1727 Adventurer 1732 Africa 1631 - 1868 Agenora 1848 Agenoria 1827 Agnes 1853 Ajax 1849 Akin Alexander 1811 Alameda 1908 Albania 1846 - 1920 KS. The Passengers of the May Flower in 1620 [pg 47] Passengers of the Mary and John, p. 265. Passenger Ship Arrivals - Page 1 The following is a listing of arrivals for ships. Albany ; List of Ships to Pennsylvania, 1727-1808: These dates and ship names are from the book "Pennsylvania German Pioneers" by Ralph B. Strassburger and William J. Hinke, published in 1934 by the Pennsylvania … Passengers For New England, 1638, pg 108. German-Speaking German, Swiss, Dutch & French (Palatine) Immigrant Ship Passenger Lists. Passengers … Ship Arrivals / Departures at Ports in England, 1775. Try our genealogy search engine. Adventure Galley, also known as Adventure, was an English sailing ship captained by William Kidd, the privateer.She was a type of hybrid ship that combined square rigged sails with oars to give her manoeuvrability in both windy and calm conditions. The following list of foreigners who took the oath of allegiance to the crown of Great Britain and the Providence of Pennsylvania, from the year 1727 to 1775, with those to the State from the close of the Revolution, have been in part printed. The vessel was launched at the end of 1695 and was acquired by Kidd the following year to serve in his privateering venture. He settled first in what is now Montgomery County, PA, where 150 acres of land was surveyed to him by William Penn's commissioners by warrant dated 8 Jan 1734. Pennsylvania State Archives: Ships' Lists of German Passengers, 1727-1808: Information about the German passenger ship listings maintained in the Pennsylvania State Archives. Try our genealogy search engine. This information was extracted from Lloyd's Evening Post (which used the old form of the letter s). Learn more. Adventure 1727 Friendship 1727 James Goodwill 1727 Molly 1727 William and Sarah 1727 … The period from 1702 - 1727 marks an era in the early German emigration. Qualified Sept. 23, 1732. Pennsylvania Immigrants Passengers aboard the Ship Adventurer Who Took the Oath of Allegiance October 2, 1727. The unparalleled ravages and desolations by the troops of Louis XIV under Turenne, were the stern prelude to bloody persecutions. Between forty and fifty thousand left their native country "their hearths where soft affections dwell." Names Of Foreigners Who Took The Oath Of Allegiance in Pennsylvania, 1727-1775. A bibliography of ship passenger lists, 1538-1825; being a guide to published lists of early immigrants to North America. It is probable that these or similar conditions were experienced by our Mosier and Culp immigrant ancestors. The following excerpt from Pennsylvania Germans, A Persistent Minority by William T. Parsons is posted for its excellent discussion of conditions confronting early 18th century German immigrants on the voyage to America and upon arrival at the Port of Philadelphia. List of foreigners imported in the ship Adventurer, Robert Carson, Master, from Rotterdam. Ships 1727-1739 | Ships 1740-1752 | Ships 1753-1772 | Ships 1773-1795 | Ships 1796-1808 RootsWeb is funded and supported by and our loyal RootsWeb community. According to the History of Bucks County (PA), Yost Cope arrived in America on 2 Oct 1727 aboard the ship Adventurer in the port of Philadelphia. LIST OF FOREIGNERS IMPORTED IN THE SHIP ADVENTURER, JOHN DAVIES, MASTER, FROM ROTTERDAM.