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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.

Note from Lorine:
I have added links to any online passenger lists for the ships noted below

COLONIST ARRIVALS BETWEEN 1661-1664

“GULDEN ARENT” (captain Jacob Jansz. Staedt, private owner) left Amsterdam after Jan. 31st 1661, arriving in New Amsterdam before June 2nd 1661 with 5 colonists.

“VERGULDE BEVER” (captain Pieter Reyersz., private owner) left Amsterdam 1661, arrived in New Amsterdam July 29th 1661 with 51 colonists.

“ST. JAN BAPTISTE” (captain Jan Bergen, owner Guiliaem Momma) left Amsterdam after May 9th 1661, arrived in New Amsterdam Aug. 6th 1661 with 38 colonists.

“VERGULDE ARENT” (captain Pieter Claesz. Deucht, private owner) left Amsterdam 1661/1662, arrived in New Amsterdam May 2nd 1662 with 8 colonists.

“TROUW” (captain Jan Jansz. Bestevaer, private owner) left Amsterdam March 24th 1662, arrived in New Amsterdam June 12th 1662 with 27 colonists.

“HOOP” (captain Pieter Jansz. Aemilius, owner Jan Baptist van Rensselaer and Abel de Wolff) left Amsterdam April 8th 1662, arriving in New Amsterdam June 29th 1662 with 72 colonists.

“VOS” (captain Jacob Jansz. Huys, private owner) left Amsterdam after Aug. 31st 1662, arrived in New Amsterdam Nov. 14th 1662 with 44 colonists.

“ROODE ROOSENBOOM” (captain Pieter Reyersz. van der Beest, private owner) left Amsterdam after March 24th 1663, arrived in New Amsterdam between May 11th and Aug. 17th 1663 with 71 colonists.

“BONTE KOE” (captain Jan Bergen, private owner) left Amsterdam April 16th 1663, arrived in New Amsterdam between May 11th and Aug. 17th 1663 with 86 colonists

“STATIJN” (captain unknown, private owner) left Amsterdam Sept. 27th 1663, arrived in New Amsterdam Jan. 14th 1664 with 52 colonists.

“ST. PIETER” (captain unknown, probably a WIC ship) left Amsterdam after Nov. 23rd 1663, arrived in New Amsterdam Febr. 19th 1664 with 9 colonists.

“GEKRUYSTE HART” (captain Dirck Jacobsz. de Vries, owned by Arent Jansz. Moesman 1/16, Jan Baptist van Rensselaer 1/16) left Amsterdam Jan 20th 1664, arrived in New Amsterdam April 17th 1664 with 8 colonists.

“TROUW” (captain Jan Jansz. Bestevaer, private owner) left Amsterdam after Jan. 19th 1664, arrived in New Amsterdam April 21st 1664 with 17 colonists.

“VERGULDE ARENT” (captain unknown, private owner) left Amsterdam 1664 and arrived in New Amsterdam 1664 with 11 colonists.

“EENDRACHT” (captain unknown, owned by Abel De Wolff, Jan Baptist van Rensselaer, Gerrit Jansz. Cuyper) left Amsterdam April 17th 1664, arrived in New Amsterdam July 19th 1664 with 38 colonists.

Lorine's Note:
I have other ships' lists for this time period which don't appear above

Source:

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

Choose from the Marine Museum Series
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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