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Petworth Project: Reconstructed Ships' Lists

We would like to express our thanks to the Petworth Project for supplying us with this list. These are reconstructed passenger lists created from the volumes of data collected by the members of this project. The project has published two books on this subject and you can learn about how to obtain these books on their web page. The ships which brought the settlers over were the:
1832- Eveline, Lord Melville, England, Brunswick
1833 - England
1834 - British Tar
1835 - Burrell
1836 - Heber
1837 - Diana

Eveline

1832, Eveline, A1, 301 tons; superintendent appointed by the Petworth Emigration Committee: Stephen Goatcher; sailed from Portsmouth (Spithead) 11 April 1832; arrived at Quebec 28 May 1832

Boxall
Capling (Caplin, Caplain, Capelain)
Cooper

Evans (née Tribe)
Goatcher (Goacher)
Hills
Hilton
Longhurst
Luff
Neal
Phillips
Stedman

Source: This record is compiled from "A List of Petworth Emigrants, 1832--1837," Part Two of Assisting Emigration to Upper Canada: The Petworth Project 1832--1837 by Wendy Cameron and Mary McDougall Maude (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press 2000). The list summarizes available sources for information on families and individuals. See also the companion volume English Immigrant Voices: Labourers' Letters from Upper Canada in the 1830s.

Lord Melville

1832, Lord Melville, A1, 425 tons; master Captain Royal; superintendent appointed by the Petworth Emigration Committee: William Penfold; sailed from Portsmouth (Spithead) 11 April 1832; arrived at Quebec28 May 1832

Able
Adsett
Arnold

Bristow
Cosens (Cosins)
Jones
Martin
Penfold
Rapley
Rapson
Streeter
Thomas
Willard

Source: This record is compiled from "A List of Petworth Emigrants, 1832--1837," Part Two of Assisting Emigration to Upper Canada: The Petworth Project 1832--1837 by Wendy Cameron and Mary McDougall Maude (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press 2000). The list summarizes available sources for information on families and individuals. See also the companion volume English Immigrant Voices: Labourers' Letters from Upper Canada in the 1830s.

England

1832, England, brig, A1, 320 tons, master Captain Lewis; superintendent J.C. Hale; sailed from Portsmouth (Spithead) 8 May 1832; arrived at Quebec 15 June 1832

In 1832, this ship was chartered by people in Wisborough Green working very closely with the Petworth Committee.

Barberry (Burberry)
Burchell
French
Goldring
Graffam (Grantham)
Hook
Joyce (Joice)
Mann
Older
Oler (Older)
Saunders
Smart
Smithers
Southerton
Thaire (Thayre)
Tribe

Source: This record is compiled from "A List of Petworth Emigrants, 1832--1837," Part Two of Assisting Emigration to Upper Canada: The Petworth Project 1832--1837 by Wendy Cameron and Mary McDougall Maude (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press 2000). The list summarizes available sources for information on families and individuals. See also the companion volume English Immigrant Voices: Labourers' Letters from Upper Canada in the 1830s.

Notes

1832, Emigrants travelling on the Eveline, the Lord Melville, or the England

(The passengers on these three ships are not distinguished in surviving records kept by the Petworth Emigration Committee. Emigrants are listed separately if other sources point to one or other of these three ships.)

Bachelor (Batchelor)
Baker
Barns (Barnes)
Bennett
Berry
Biggs
Birch
Bloes (Blows
Blunden, alias Mitchell
Boxall
Bridger
Bright
Brooks
Broughton
Burstead
Capelain (Caplain, Capling)
Carter
Carver
Chalwin
Charman
Chase
Clear
Cobby
Cook
Cooper
Courtnage

Daniels
Davis, alias Watson
Davis
Dell
Downer
Edsall
Edwards
Elliott
Fleet
Ford (1832 or 1833)
Goddard
Goldring
Grevatt
Groggin (Gogger
Hacker
Haines
Hale (Hall)
Harper
Haslett (Hastlett)
Hawkins
Heather
Helyer (Hillier, Hilyer)
Heming (Hemming)
Hill
Hilton
Holden
Hollis
Holloway
Holmwood
Hopkins
Hunt
Inwood
Jeater
Joiner
Jones
Jordan
Kinshott
Laker
Lander (Launder)
Leggett
Lelliot (Elliot or Lillyott)
Lucas
Lucy
Luff
Marshall
Mercer
Merritt (Meryett)
Miles
Mitchell
Mitchell
Morley
Napper
Nash
Nevett
Newman
Norris (Noice, Noyce)
Page
Pannell
Parker
Pearce
Penfold
Percival
Peters
Phillips
Pickett
Puddock
Puttock
Racher
Rapley
Raynor
Reeves
Rose
Rowland
Sandford
Scott
Shambrook (Shambrink)
Shepherd
Slipper
Smart
Spencer
Stamford
Stemp
Sturt
Tanner
Taylor
Terry
Thomas
Tickner
Tilley
Tilt
Titmouse
Tribe
Turner
Upton
Wackford (Wakeford)
Ware
Webb
Welbeloved
Wells
Wheeler
Wills
Wilson
Winham (Wonham )
Woods
Worsfold
Wright
Young

Source: This record is compiled from "A List of Petworth Emigrants, 1832--1837," Part Two of Assisting Emigration to Upper Canada: The Petworth Project 1832--1837 by Wendy Cameron and Mary McDougall Maude (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press 2000). The list summarizes available sources for information on families and individuals. See also the companion volume English Immigrant Voices: Labourers' Letters from Upper Canada in the 1830s.

Brunswick

1832, Brunswick (sailed from London)

Chantler
Chantler

England

1833, England, brig, A1 320 tons; master Captain Lewis; superintendent appointed by the Petworth Emigration Committee J.C. Hale; sailed from Portsmouth (Spithead) 25 April 1833; arrived at Quebec 15 June 1833

Bishop
Blythman
Bull
Burgess
Cooper
Crockford
Dearling
Dutton
Edwards
Elliott
Evans
Forster
George
Grace
Habbin
Helyer (Hillier, Hilyer, Hillyer)
Hetzel
Lingham
Littleworth
Maingy
Philips
Phillips
Puttock
Randall
Rapson
Read
Rice
Ruddick (Ruddock)
Sanders (Saunders)
Sayres (Sayers)
Sharp
Snow
Stephenson
Tanner
Thair (Thaire)
Thomas
Tilley
Trusler (Trussler)
Turner
Urry
White
Whitmaish
Willet
Woodford
Woolgar

Source: This record is compiled from "A List of Petworth Emigrants, 1832--1837," Part Two of Assisting Emigration to Upper Canada: The Petworth Project 1832--1837 by Wendy Cameron and Mary McDougall Maude (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press 2000). The list summarizes available sources for information on families and individuals. See also the companion volume English Immigrant Voices: Labourers' Letters from Upper Canada in the 1830s.

British Tar

1834, British Tar, brig A1, 383 tons; master Robert Crawford; superintendent appointed by the Petworth Emigration Committee: J.M. Brydone; sailed from Portsmouth (Spithead) 17 April 1834; arrived at Quebec 1 June 1834

Arnold
Barlow
Barton
Bassam
Bullen
Burton
Coleman
Crossing
Curley
Dighton (Diton, Deighton)
Ditton
Eade
Edwards
Flux
Gamblen (Gamblin)
Gates?
Grafenstein (Graefenstine)
Green
Hammond
Harwood
Heasman,
Hillman
Hodge
Kemp
Martin (Marten)
Moorman
Morgan
Muzzall (Muzzle)
Owen
Parsons
Pelling,
Pennicott
Perrin (Perring)
Pulling
Perring
Rackett,
Read
Rich
Richardson
Ripley
Rogers
Sheppard
Sherring
Snelling
Squibb
Tarrant
Townsend
Tugwell
Tutt
Upton
Verrall
Voice
Walden
Warren
West
Whittington,
Willett

Source: This record is compiled from "A List of Petworth Emigrants, 1832--1837," Part Two of Assisting Emigration to Upper Canada: The Petworth Project 1832--1837 by Wendy Cameron and Mary McDougall Maude (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press 2000). The list summarizes available sources for information on families and individuals. See also the companion volume English Immigrant Voices: Labourers' Letters from Upper Canada in the 1830s.

Burrell

1835, Burrell, barque, A1, 402 tons; master J. Metcalfe; superintendant appointed by the Petworth Emigration Committee: James Marr Brydone; sailed from Portsmouth (Spithead) 23 April 1835; arrived at Quebec 9 June 1835

Anscomb (Anscombe)
Birch (Burch)
Bowley
Botterell
Bristow
Budd
Carey
Chatfield
Cole
Cox
Drewett
Farley
Farre
Ford (Foard)
Gates (or 1836)
Golds
Hammond
Harwood,
Hersee, C.
Hide (or 1836)
Hills
Hilton
Hornsby
Howick
Irish
Jarrett (Jerratt)
Knott
Leggett
Langley
Longley
Lockyer
McCurry
Mann
Martin
Meaden
Mellish
Meritt
Miles
Mitchell
Nicol
Overdean
Palmer
Parker
Parsons
Pay
Pellett
Poland (Poling, Polen)
Reeves
Riddill,
Saxby,
Scutt (Scott)
Short
Sims
Smith
Smithers
Smithers
Stamp
Sturt (Start)
Suter
Turner
Upton
Viney (Finey)
Wackford (Wakeford)
Walden
Watts
White

Source: This record is compiled from "A List of Petworth Emigrants, 1832--1837," Part Two of Assisting Emigration to Upper Canada: The Petworth Project 1832--1837 by Wendy Cameron and Mary McDougall Maude (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press 2000). The list summarizes available sources for information on families and individuals. See also the companion volume English Immigrant Voices: Labourers' Letters from Upper Canada in the 1830s.

Heber

1836, Heber, A1, 441 tons; master Captain Rue; superintendent appointed by the Petworth Emigration Committee: James Marr Brydone; sailed from Portsmouth (Spithead) 28 April 1836; arrived at Quebec 5 June 1836

Ansell
Ayling
Ballison
Barnes
Berry
Booker
Boxall
Budd
Burningham
Chalcraft
Chivers?
Clements (Clemens)
Cole (Coles),
Cooke
Cooper
Dale
Denman
Ewens
Fletcher
Gates
Goble
Hambleton (Hamilton)
Handsfield
Haslett (or 1842 to New York)
Hewitt
Hide (or 1835)
Hills
Hilman
Hilton
Hunter
Jackman
Joyes (Joice)
King, Martin
Leggett
Lillywhite
Lintot (may have immigrated before 1836)
Mann
Marshall
Milyard
Moore
Muzzall
Norris (Noice, Noyce)
Older
Oliver
Pannell
Pratt
Randall
Richard
Sageman
Sharp / Clowser (Cloudesley, Clousley)
Sharp
Shepherd
Smith
Smithers
Stevens
Varndell (Varndel)
Vinson (Vincent)
Voice (Foice)
Wells
Whitington (or 1835)
Woods

Source: This record is compiled from "A List of Petworth Emigrants, 1832--1837," Part Two of Assisting Emigration to Upper Canada: The Petworth Project 1832--1837 by Wendy Cameron and Mary McDougall Maude (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press 2000). The list summarizes available sources for information on families and individuals. See also the companion volume English Immigrant Voices: Labourers' Letters from Upper Canada in the 1830s.

Diana

1837 Diana, A1, 321 tons; master Edward Lane; superintendent appointed by the Petworth Emigration Committee: James Marr Brydone; sailed from Portsmouth (Spithead) 28 April 1837; arrived at Quebec 15 June 1837.

Barnes
Bartiett (Bartlett)
Bartley (Barteley)
Blandford
Bound
Bull
Cooke
Cotton
Croucher
Cull
Curtis
Davies (Davis)
Dilley
Drake
Edwards
Fallick
Fry
Gaiger
Hall
Handy
Hard
Hatton
Hayles (Hayless)
Hendy
Hilton
Hoare
Holden
Hopkins
Jolliffe
Joyes,
Kachett
Kenward
Kingswell
Knight
Lowe
Lower
Masters
Moore
Nesbit
Nott
Phillips
Plumbley
Pullen
Rich
Rockett
Russell
Saunders
Sheath
Simmonds (Simmons)
Smith
Squibb (Squib)
Warne
Waters
Wheeler
White
Williams,
Wolfe
Young

Source: This record is compiled from "A List of Petworth Emigrants, 1832--1837," Part Two of Assisting Emigration to Upper Canada: The Petworth Project 1832--1837 by Wendy Cameron and Mary McDougall Maude (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press 2000). The list summarizes available sources for information on families and individuals. See also the companion volume English Immigrant Voices: Labourers' Letters from Upper Canada in the 1830s.

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