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passengers on the ST GEORGE - England to Ireland to Maryland 1677

Journal by ngairedith

see the original list of IRISH PASSENGER LISTS on the site:

IRISH PASSENGER LISTS as compiled by Sharon in 1997

Each ship at that link is a searchable link to the passenger names ..


A .. B .. C .. D .. E .. F .. G .. H .. I .. J .. K .. L .. M .. N .. O .. P .. R

SARACEN - SARAH SANDS - SARDINIA - SERPENT - SHAMROCK
SHARON - SIR ROBERT PEEL - SNOW GEORGE - ST GEORGE 1677
ST GEORGE 1845 - ST GEORGE 1846 - ST GEORGE 1847
ST PATRICK 1845 - ST PATRICK 1849 - STAR OF THE WEST
STEPHEN WHITNEY 1845 - STEPHEN WHITNEY 1846 - STRAFFORD - SUSAN 1803 - SUSAN 1804 - SWAN

T .. V .. W .. Y



Following is the passenger list for the St. George, a merchant ship that sailed from Waterford, Ireland to Maryland (don't know what port) in 1677, carrying 180 passengers.



"Oct. 7 [1677] Portsmouth. Ralegh Hull to Robert Yard. This morning sailed from Spithead the St. George of London for Waterford and thence for Maryland, wind N. E."


On November 1, 1678, John Quigley, a merchant captain, not the captain of the ship, appeared before the Secretary of Maryland and applied for land warrants for transporting 180 settlers into the province on the ship St. George of London. Following is the list of settlers. The original spelling is duplicated, along with the original order of names.


Michaell Delany

John Butler

Michaell Dormedy

Edmd. McMahony

Charles Quigley

Owen Carty

Stephen Walton

John Power

Terrance Quigley

James Carty

Jefry Sweatman

Pat Bryan

Larance Quigley

Dennis Carty

Luke FitzGerald

Thomas Coleman

Lionell Girlings

Daniell Shea

John Rogers

And Simons

Darby Dillan

Thomas Shea

David Hughes

Thos. Owens

Ebenezer Reed

Phillip Welsh

Dennis in Craff

Margt. Doubin

Peter James

Anthony Coleman

Patrick Mely

Ann Craford

Wm. Gregory

William Dunn

Henry Murphy

Jane Warwick

Thomas Morris

Matthew Quigly

John Sealy

Ann Coburne

John Hilliard

Canice Quigley

Austas Quigley

Susan Lane

Peter Coveny

Christ. Everit

Jane Murphy

Dorothy Symot

Laughlin Dayly

Jane Quigley

Ann Cantwell

Elan Dalton

George Fingles

Cate Quigley

Margt. Prince

Margaret Haynes

William Ogan

Daniell Quigley

Margarett Sulivan

Honner Conner

William Hanagh

Jane Shea

Wm. Hearbottle

Ellin Fanin

William Coheran

Cate Quigley

Richard Bonny

Honner Coghlin

John Bise

Margt. Quigley

Edmond Hallison

Honner Bryan

Hugh Mullin

Ellinor Shigins

Thos. Weirdlock

Cate Dwyer

Thomas Welsh

Denis Costican

TeaMdy Meaher

Ellen Cavenah

Robert Dunn

Cate Costican

Edmond Daniell

Margt. Jacob

James Lane

Timothy Leary

Richard Maher

Mary Kemp

Samuell Swallow

John Delany

James Alexander

Pat. Bryan

John Powell

William Welsh

James Crough

Elias Roberts

Margaret Corban

Mary Langam

John Luby

Fran. Lambseed

Giles Kelly

Ann Preston

Walter English

Lar. Halandhap

Cate Cann

Mary Ryan

John Butler

John Burke

Mary Bryan

Jane Butler

Garrett Russell

Edmd. CrafeJane

Mary Sulivan

John Francis

Tho. Killam

Cate FizGerald

John Baker

John Duvall

Pat Ryan

Prisscell Dougin

William Baker

Edmond Daniell

Mary Bary

Nell Cransbrough

Thomas Walker

Derby Donoah

Ann Screwton

Christy Varely

James Carew

Owen Child

Jane Barry

Mary Varely

Thomas Screwton

Tarty Hogan

Margt. Day

Jenett Varely

Mary Screwton

David Roach

Mary Cavenagh

Elizabeth Varely

John Hawkins

Phillip Slattery

Pat Wheelan

John Varely

John King

Toby Butler

John Hargreaves

Christ. Varely

Thomas Nowland

David Henderkin

Eliz Hargreaves

James Varely

Roger Doelin

Jane Giles

Tho. FizGerald

Michaell Shea

James in Owen

Thos. Quigley

John Britt

James Caroll

Richard Ready

Morris FizGerald

Robt Pendergast

Dennis Brothy

John Egan

William Simple

Gart. Lincoln

Pat Fannin

James O.Cahall

Laughlin Eagan

Chris. Carwick

Jane Mascall

Peter Mery

Thomas Clynton

Ellis Welsh

Anthony Arthur

Arthur King

Shillam Nowland

John Hollam



Captain John Quigley hath appeared before me and made oath upon the
Holy Evangelist of Almighty God that the severall persons within named mounting to the number of one hundred and eighty were by him imported into this province in the Ship St. George of London, and that neither himself nor any person for him by his consent privity or knowledge hath made use of their or any of their rights for taking up of land according to the condition of plantations. Given under my hand the first day of November anno 1678.


Source: Maryland State Archives. Land Office, Patent Records, Liber 15,Folio 553. Annapolis, Maryland: 1678.

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