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Mårten Rosenmann (b. - 1677)

Lastname Rosenmann or Roosemond came on the 1654 Eagle - New Sweden Immigrants

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Jöns Månsson Skog MP (deceased)

He was one of the settlers of New Sweden, in what is now Delaware. He appears as Jans Månsson Skog and Jonas Skog, a freeman, as a passenger on the Örn in 1654, commanded by Johan Rising .

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Johan Thorsson Skagen (1620 - c.1658)

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Nils "Nicholas" Mattson Utter MP (c.1636 - 1722)

Notes for NICHOLAS MATTSON UTTER: Nils Matson Utter soldier and member of the tenth expedition to Delaware. Found on Parkhouse records from May and June 1655. from research in Sweden: Nils (Niels) Ma...

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Johan Rising MP (1611 - 1672)

Guvernör i Nya Sverige 1654; assessor i sjörätten 1660; adlad 1653 12/10 med namnet Rising; † 1672 28/4 i Stettin. Stamfader för adliga ätten Rising nr 600.

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Matthias Nicolai Nertunius (1622 - 1680)

Kyrkoherde. Mathias Nertunius, troligen från Närtuna i Uppland. Den 3 juli 1649 seglade Nertunius och sjuttio andra passagerare till Nya Sverige från Göteborg ombord p&#...

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Måns Peterson Stake (b. - c.1698)

He came to New Sweden ( on the Delaware River) on the ship "Eagle" with Governor Rising in 1654 as the governor's provost marshal. After the surrender of New Sweden, he moved to New Amsterdam where he ...

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Gustaf Giosta Danielsson (1624 - 1681)

Arrived in New Sweden in 1654 on the "Eagle"; a tailor and a solder.

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Johan Björnsson Printz (1592 - 1663)

Johan Printz, född 1592 som Johan Björnsson, i Bottnaryd, Småland, död 1663. Överstelöjtnant, guvernör över Nya Sverige 1642-1653 och landsh&#x...

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Peter Månsson (b. - 1682)

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Mårten Mårtensson, Sr. (1610 - 1706)

Mårten Mårtensson was swedish citizen born about 1610 in Finland. He emigrated in 1654 and arrived to America on the ship Örnen ("The Eagle") on 22 May 1654 at Fort Christina, Dela...

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Hendrick Jacobsson (c.1630 - 1704)

120. Hendrick Jacobsson (Brandywine Creek, Christiana hundred, 238 acres) arrived in New Sweden as a soldier in 1654 and was stationed at Fort Christina in 1655. He married about this time and sett...

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Alexander Sander Boyer // Sander Boyer (1618 - 1661)

See The Swedish American Genealogist (1998) ISSN 0275-9314, New Sweden Settlers, 1638-1664, Part 6 (1654, continued), p. 140: "Alexander Boyer, also called Sander Boyer, served as the Dutch quarterma...

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Henrick Johansson (1654 - c.1655)

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Olof "Rawson" Rase (1669 - 1754)

Olof Rase, more commonly known as Olle or Wolla Rawson and finally as William Rawson. He had arrived in New Sweden as a soldier on the Eagle in 1654 and, together with Nils Larsson Frände had ...

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Simon Johnson (b. - c.1700)

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Bernt Papegoja (1649 - 1700)

Född på Kristine skans i kolonien NYA SVERIGE, död i Järpås socken och begraven i Järpås kyrka i Skaraborg där hans epitafium finns. Han var en v...

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Armegot Papegoja (1625 - 1695)

I litteratur går hon emellanåt under namnet "Armegot Papegoja" eller "Armegard Papegoja".

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Captain Sven Skute (1635 - 1665)

Sven Svensson Skute, a veteran of the Thirty Years War (1618-1648), was the highest-ranking official to remain in New Sweden after its surrender to the Dutch in 1655. Prior to his coming to New Swe...

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Johan Papegoja (c.1610 - 1667)

Fourth Governor of New Sweden -------------------- Född under 1610-talet.

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Lars Andersson Collinus (b. - 1689)

Arriving on the Eagle with Governor Rising, was Lars Andersson Collinus, a "münster" (minister's) scribe, who soon married Måns Lom's widow. In 1664, Olof Stille's family and the Lom fami...

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Anders Pålsson Mullica (deceased)

Anders Pålsson Mullica, the youngest son, was called Andrew Mullica in the 1661 record of his move to Maryland, but he generally was known as Andrew Poulson, which was the surname used by his so...

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Nils Jöransson (deceased)

Nils Jöransson (also known as Cornelius Urinson) and his wife Elinor. Nils had arrived in New Sweden as a soldier on the Eagle in 1654 Cornelius "Nils" Urinson arrived in New Sweden as a s...

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Timothy Stidden (c.1610 - c.1686)

Dr Timothy Stidham / Timem Stiddem - rootsweb.ancestry.com Dr. Timen Stiddem was probably born at Hammel in Medelpad, Sweden. He was living in Gothenburg, Sweden in the 1630s. He was no doubt anxio...

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Marcus Laurenson (1640 - 1689)

Markus Lourens or Marcus Laurenson or Markus Larsson Came on 1654 The Eagle (Örn) Laurenson = Larsson (Son of Lars), Markus = Marcus a Swedish immigrant; immigrated to the Dutch-controlled D...

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Samuel Petersson (c.1639 - 1689)

Came with the ship Örnen (the Eagle) arrived in New Sweden in 1654 A qualifying New Sweden Forefather.2 Samuel Petersson was christened circa 1629 at Fyrksände Parish, Värmland l...

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Paul Jonsson // Pål Jönsson // Pål Jönsson Mullica (1611 - 1664)

Three and a half centuries ago, in 1654, the shp Eagle arrived in New Sweden, carrying many Finns. Among them was the large family of Pål Jönsson Mullica. Generally known as Pål ...

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Måns Pålsson (c.1610 - 1680)

He was also a Finn arriving on the Eagle in that year and initially settled in "Finland," the area just north of Naa-man's Creek in present Delaware County, This family is documented by Peter Craig...

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Nils Anderson Andersson MP (c.1614 - c.1654)

The freeman Nils Andersson, his wife and at least four children were aboard the Eagle when that ship left Gothenburg for New Sweden on the 2nd of February 1654. From the burial records of two surviving...

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Olle Matthiasson // Olof Isgrå // Oliver Calk // Oliver Caulk MP (c.1638 - 1685)

Ships name Eagle (Örnen) Olle Matthiasson, alias Olof Isgrå, alias Oliver Caulk and his Caulk/Calk Descendants by Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig Fellow, American Society of Genealogis...

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