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Ship Welcome

The other ships that were part of Penn's fleet.

The Bristol Factor,Oct.1682, 

The Hester and Hannah, August 1682, 

The Samuel, September 1682, 

The Submission- Nov. 1682, 

The Welcome August 1682,

The Lamb -Oct. 1682, 

The Friendship- August 1682, 

The Friends Adventure- Sept. 1682 

The Freeman- Aug. 1682.

Thanks Di



Edward Griffith loaded May 16  on the Greyhound, Joseph Wasey, Master.  The
ship arrived October 1677 at Wickaco in the Delaware near Old Swedes
Church.  This is the only Griffith\Griffiths listed as a passenger. Hope
this is the one you are looking for.

Sheppard Jr., Walter Lee; "Passengers And Ships Prior To 1684: Penn's
Colony - Genealogical And Historical Materials Relating To The Settlement Of
Pennsylvania - Volume 1"


http://199.72.15.191/Sites/Gen/Chet2/scripts/ListShips.asp

This web site has all of the passengers on the William PENN ships.  Our GRIFFITH isn't there.


 

I ordered the film: Passenger Ships prior to 1684; Wm Penn's 23 ships with notes on some of the passengers. #0962561

The "Lyon" from Liverpool into Chester Port; Pa's 1683 Ships;
Digest of ship and passenger arrivals into Delaware --Goods to start a colony --Early shipping to the Jersey shore of the Delaware.  John West and the "Welcome" -- Mrs. Thomas Wynne and her family --The Philadelphia & Bucks Co. registers of arrival. -- Passengers of the "Friends' Adventure" and the "Endeavor" -- the names of the early settlers of Darby Twp. Chester Co., Pennsylvania.  The sailing of the vessel's log.  The first purchasers of PA

ISBN: 0-8063-0397-2  {ALSO ON FILM, number above}

I couldn't find reference to William GRIFFITH or any of the brothers names.
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I have not checked this source!

Title: The history of Pennsylvania, in North America, from the original institution and settlement of that province under the first proprietor and governor, William Penn, in 1681 till after the year 1742 : with an introduction respecting the life of W. Penn prior to the grant of the province and the religious society of the people called Quakers with the first rise of the neighbouring colonies, more particularly of West-New-Jersey and the settlement of the Dutch and Swedes on Delware. To which is added a brief description of the said province and of the general state in which it flourished principally between the year 1760 and 1770...Written principally between the years 1776 and 1780
Authors: Proud, Robert , 1728-1813 (Main Author)

Note Location
Film
Also on microfilm. Salt Lake City : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1978. on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. FHL US/CAN Film
1036852 Item 7


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