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The following series was translated from the original Dutch by Willem Rabbelier and Cor Snabel of the Netherlands. It is published with their permission on The Olive Tree Genealogy pages.

Introduction

The book/thesis of Jaap Jacobs contains a list of about 500 ship crossings between Amsterdam, the Netherlands and New Amsterdam over the period 1609-1675. In only 56 cases the presence, but not the names, of colonists on board is mentioned. We will never be one hundred percent certain how many, if any, colonists other ships carried. Please bear that in mind while browsing and/or consulting this data.

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I have added links to ships passenger lists for the ships below

COLONIST ARRIVALS BETWEEN 1624-1640
"EENDRACHT" (captain Adriaen Jorisz. Thienpont, WIC ship) left Amsterdam end of Jan. 1624 arrived at the Hudson the same year with some colonists.

"NIEU NEDERLANDT" (captain Cornelis Jacobsz. May, WIC ship) left Amsterdam March 30th 1624, arriving at the Hudson May/June 1624 with 30 Walloon families. Sailed the Delaware half Aug.

"ORANJEBOOM" (captain unknown, WIC ship) left Amsterdam before Jan. 28th 1625 arrived at the Hudson in 1625. Was searched by the English in Plymouth; the English government thought a journey to America was a violation of the English rights. The Oranjeboom had at least 31 colonists on board, eleven of them died in Plymouth at the plague.

"EENDRACHT" (captain Jan Brouwer, WIC ship) left Texel March 21st 1630 arriving in New Amsterdam May 24th 1630 and had 15 colonists on board for Rensselaerswijck.

"EENDRACHT" (captain unknown, WIC ship) left Amsterdam after July 7th 1631, arriving in New Amsterdam the same year and had 11 colonists on board for Rensselaerswijck.

"SOUTBERCH" (captain unknown, WIC ship) left Texel after July 27th 1632, arriving before April 16th 1633 via St. Maarten had 5 colonists on board for Rensselaerswijck Was held up in Plymouth from Aug. 17th until Sept. 3rd 1632.

"EENDRACHT" (captain unknown, WIC ship) left Texel May 1634 arriving New Amsterdam 1634, had 12 colonists for Rensselaerswijck.

"RENSSELAERSWIJCK" (captain Jan Tjepkesz. Schellinger, owned by Kiliaen van Rensselaer and Gerard de Forest), sailed from Texel Oct. 8th 1636, arrived in New Amsterdam March 4th 1637 with 35 colonists for Rensselaerswijck. They were involved in a murder-case in Plymouth.

"HARING" (captain Symen Dircksz., WIC ship) left Texel Sept. 7th 1637, arriving in New Amsterdam March 28th 1638 with 4 colonists for Rensselaerswijck. Sailed together with the "Dolphijn", which had problems with leakage.

"CALMER SLEUTEL" (captain Jan Hendricxsz. van de Waetter, Swedish ship), came from Göteborg, Sweden, ended up on Texel during a storm. Sailed from Texel Dec. 1637 and arrived at the Delaware in 1638, with 6 colonists on board for Rensselaerswijck.

"WAPEN VAN NOORWEGEN" (captain Willem Claesen Ras, owned by Kiliaen van Rensselaer a.o.) left Texel after May 12th 1638 arriving in New Amsterdam before Aug. 14th 1638, with 19 colonists on board for Rensselaerswijck.

"HARING" (captain Symon Jansz., WIC ship) left Texel May 13th 1639, arriving in New Amsterdam July 7th 1639 with 12 colonists for Rensselaerswijck.

"WATERHOND" (captain unknown, probably a WIC ship), left Amsterdam before June 25th 1640, arriving in New Amsterdam before Oct. 25th 1640 with 13 colonists for Rensselaerswijck.

Source:

DE SCHEEPVAART EN HANDEL VAN DE NEDERLANDSE REPUBLIEK OP NIEUW-NEDERLAND 1609-1675
J.A. Jacobs 1989

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Introduction to Marine Museum Series
List of all ships sailing from Netherlands to the New World 1609 - 1674
List of all ships sailing from the New World to the Netherlands 1609 - 1674
#1: Dutch First Presence in the Atlantic Area
#2: The Isle of Texel
#3: The West Indies Company/West-Indische Compagnie (WIC)
#4: The Crossing: Routes and Duration
#5: Colonist Arrivals in the New World Between 1624-1640
#6: Colonist Arrivals in the New World Between 1641-1657
#7: Colonist Arrivals in the New World Between 1658-1660
#8: Colonist Arrivals in the New World Between 1661-1664
#9: Privateering Under W.I.C. Command
#10: Food on Board Ship
#11: Harbour Procedures in New Amsterdam


 
 

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