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Re: Early Chews & "Charity" and "Seaflower" Ships arrivals in Virginia from London

Karen (Cowan) Thomas (View posts)
Posted: 10 Mar 2005 5:50PM GMT
Classification: Query
I found where John Chew was on the passenger list on the Charity, before 1624/5 with his wife, Sarah, arriving on the Seafloure. They arrived in Virginia from London.

I found this list and information about the Charity (which I had seen spelled as Charitie before) at http://english-america.com/spls/625va071.html

I typed in "the ship Charity" in my Yahoo search engine and this popped up fairly close to the front of the list of 120,000 references.

The Charity was as follows:

Burthen: 100 tons

Passengers to New England:

The Charity, accompanied by the pinnace Swan arrived with 60 men and no provisions: Thomas Morton, later of Mare Mount (Merry Mount) may have been with this group. The new arrivals remained, temporarily at the Plymouth colony, placing a heavy burden on the provisions there.

Also on board these vessels were "some" passengers for Virginia.

The Seaflower, arrived before January 24, 1624/5 from London and arrived at Virginia.

On this Ship and Passenger information list, the passengers from the Port of London on the Seaflower to Virginia: was listed:

Chew, Sarah, February 4, 1624/5 (and others)

John Chew's wife Sarah's last name was "Bond"
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
John chew 11 Jan 2001 6:06PM GMT 
Richard Chew 22 Jan 2001 3:25PM GMT 
donashburn 25 Jun 2001 5:06PM GMT 
Karen (Cowan) Thomas 11 Mar 2005 12:50AM GMT 
sandycr38 26 Mar 2005 2:57AM GMT 
Diane. 12 Jul 2001 11:05PM GMT 
Dick Chew 15 Jul 2001 8:03AM GMT 
sallyroberts5... 31 Jul 2001 12:01AM GMT 
stephen morrissey 24 Sep 2001 7:41PM GMT 
JOSEPH 12 Aug 2003 5:00PM GMT 
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