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Henry and Francis. Sailed from Scotland in 1685. Source: Dr. Glasgow's History of the Reformed Presbyterian Church in America
Surname First Name Remarks
Adam Robert  
Athunie Lady Voluntary left Scotland
Arbuckle John Left a written protest
Aisdale Reverend William Voluntarily left Scotland, died at sea
Black John  
Brown George  
Campbell Robert  
Campbell David  
Campbell John  
Campbell William  
Cavie Christian  
Crichton John  
Corbet John  
Corbet Andrew  
Casson John  
Corhead Agnes Died at sea
Cowan Barbara  
Cowan Marjory  
Cunningham William Died at sea
Cunningham Patrick  
Douglas Charles  
Douglas William  
Durie Isabel  
Frazer John  
Finlater Thomas Died at sea
Ferguson Elspeth  
Ferguson Janet  
Ferret Mary Left a written protest
Ford John Left a written protest
Forsythe John Left a written protest
Foreman John  
Gray John  
Gray Thomas Died at sea
Graham Thomas Died at sea
Gamble Grisel  
Ged William Voluntarily left Scotland, died at sea
Grier Fergus  
Grier James  
Gilchrist Robert  
Gilfillan John Left a written protest
Gordon Bessie  
Gordon Annabel Left a written protest
Govan Katharine  
Harris John Left a written protest
Harvie John Left a written protest
Henderson John Left a written protest
Hood Adam Left a written protest
Honyall Charles Left a written protest
Hutchinson John Died at sea
Hodge John Died at sea
Jackson Thomas Left a written protest, died at sea
Jackson William  
Johnston George Left a written protest
Johnston John Voluntarily left Scotland
Junk James  
King James  
Kippan* John Died at sea
Kincaid John Left a written protest
Kirkwood James  
Kirkland John Died at sea
Kellie John  
Kellie Katherine Died at sea
Kennie John  
Leslie Margaret Left a written protest
Linthron Janet  
Lockhart Gawen  
Marshall Michael  
Marshall John  
Martin John  
Miller Miller  
Muir George Left a written protest
Monerg Gilbert Died at sea
Moffat Jean Left a written protest
Muirhead John  
Muirhead James Left a written protest
McClamont William  
McEwen Walter Left a written protest
McEwen Robert Left a written protest
McQueen John Left a written protest
McClellan Robert  
McClellan Margaret  
McClellan Andrew Died at sea
McKennan John Died at sea
McMillan James Died at sea
McGhie John Left a written protest
Nevin William Voluntarily left Scotland
Oliphant William  
Patterson Andrew Left a written protest
Pollock John  
Rann John Died at sea
Riddell Rev. Archibald Died at sea
Riddell Mrs. Died at sea
Rigg William Voluntarily left Scotland, died at sea
Rennie Marian Died at sea
Renwick John Died at sea
Reston James  
Russell Thomas Died at sea
Russell Peter Left a written protest
Strang Christian Left a written protest
Sprat William  
Stevens Agnes Left a written protest
Sproull William Left a written protest
Shelston Thomas  
Swinton John Died at sea
Smith John Died at sea
Seton John Left a written protest
Scot George Voluntarily left Scotland, died at sea
Scot Margaret Voluntarily left Scotland, died at sea
Scot Eupham Voluntarily left Scotland, died at sea
Symington Janet Left a written protest
Sittingtown James Left a written protest
Targat John  
Turpine John  
Turnbull William  
Urie Patrick  
Vernor John Voluntarily left Scotland
Vernor Mrs. Voluntarily left Scotland
Watt John  
Walker Patrick  
Wardrope James died at sea
Whitelaw Elizabeth  
Witherspoon Grizel  
Wilson William  
Young Robert Left a written protest

Transcribed on 07/09/03
By Laura Freeman

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Step 1: First search for your immigrant ancestor in the five major ports of arrival - New York New York, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, Baltimore Maryland, Boston Massachusetts and New Orleans Louisiana

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Step 3: Still can't find your immigrant ancestor on an American ships passenger list? Try a Canadian Port of Arrival and the Canada-U.S. border crossing records (Saint Albans Lists).

Step 4: If you still can't find your ancestor in free ships passenger lists, try ships passenger lists and naturalization records on a pay site. See the Immigration Comparison Chart to help you decide which of the fee-based sites has the passenger lists you need to find your immigrant ancestor

Step 5: Search for ships passengers in Ethnic Groups immigrating to America, other miscellaneous ports of arrival, Ships Passenger Lists on NARA microfilm, J.J. Cooke Shipping Agent Records, Castle Garden New York Ships Passenger Lists 1855-1890, Ellis Island New York Ships Passenger Lists 1894-1927 & Naturalization Records

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