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SHIPS PASSENGER LISTS
PLANTER of London for Boston Massachusetts 1635PLANTER of London, Nicholas Trerice, Master. She sailed from London April 1635 and arrived at Boston on Sunday, June 7, 1635.
The following passengers have brought certificate from the Minister of St. Albons [St. Albans]: in Hertfordshire, and Attestations from the Justices of peace according to the Lords Order
James Weaver 23 statloner
22 March 1634: to be imbarqued in ye Planter, Nic. Trarice Master bound for New England with certificate from Stepney Parish and Attestation from Sir Thomas Jay, Mr. Simon Muskett, Justices of the PEace. The men have taken the oath of Supremacy and Allegiance
2 April 1635 The parties herunder mentioned are to be transported to New England imbarqued in the Planater, Nic. Trarice Master bound thether. They have brought certifcates from Justices of Peace and Ministers of ye parish that they are comformable to the orders of ye Church of England and are no Subsidy men. They have take the oath of Supremacy and Allegiance
2 April 1635 More for the Planter:
7 April 1635. This party is to be imbarqued in the Planter bound for New England with certificate from Alderman Fenn of his conformitie he hath take the oath of Allegiance and Supremacy
Richard Fenn 27
8 April 1635. These parties herunder are to be transported in the Planter. Certificate from the minister of Kingston upon Thamse in the County of Surrey of their conformity and that they are not Subsidy men.
Palmer Tingley 21 miller
10 April 1635 The underwritten names are to be transported in the Planter Nic. Trarice Master bound for New England with certificate of the Minister of Sudbury in Suffolk and from the Mayor of the Town of his conformitie to the orders and discipline of the Chruch of England and that he is no subsidy man, he hath taken the oath of Alleg. and Suprem.
10 April 1635. In the Planter. These under names are to be transported to New England.
Eglin Hanford 46
11 April 1635. In the Planter. These under names are to be transported to New England.
Sarah Pitney 22
5-Step Search for Your Immigrant Ancestor in North AmericaStep 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
Step 2: If you don't find your immigrant ancestor in a large port city, try smaller ports of arrival - Virginia, Connecticut, Delaware, Texas, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Maine, Rhode Island, Florida, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Michigan, Alaska, California, Hawaii and Washington
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
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