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From: Michael Milton Mason <>
Subject: What's the scoop (ref. Ship Lyon)
Date: Tue, 22 Apr 1997 14:03:09
I have the book "Penn's Colony, Vol. 1; Passengers & Ships"; a section of it
concerns the Ship Lyon of Liverpool, which seems to have sailed from Chester,
I haven't determined the connection yet to Penn's 23 Ships that sailed in
I mean other than the fact that it sailed the same year to Philadephia. Was
there Quakers on it also? Is there a passenger list for it?
BTW, Carolyn-- is it 1632 or 1832?
At 09:18 PM 4/21/97 -0400, you wrote:
>I have an Elder JOHN WHITE, his wife, Mary, and two or three children
arriving in Boston, Sept 16, 1632 on the ship Lyon under Captain Pierce
which sailed from London about June 22, 1832.
>Apparently the Lyon made more than one crossing and it may be easy to
confuse the passenger lists.
FROM: Mike ()
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