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Great Migration: Passengers of the Swift, 1630

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  • Deputy Pres. George Cleeve (c.1586 - aft.1666)
    George Cleeve (ca. 1586- after 1666) was an early settler and "founder of Portland, Maine"; Deputy President of the Province of Lygonia from 1643 until the final submission of its Maine towns to Massac...
  • Joan Cleeve (1584 - aft.1662)
    George Cleeve married Joan Price on 7 Sept. 1618 at St Chad's, Shrewsbury. children of George and Joan: Cleombrotus, bapt. 13 March 1621 at St. Chad’s (d. 1621); and Anne, bapt. 24 June 1623 at...
  • Arthur Mackworth, of Falmouth (1598 - bef.1658)
    Named in indenture dated 30 April 1612 to John Garbett, as son of Thomas Mackworth for a period of seven years. He sailed to Portland from England on the "Swift" Apr 1630. From A Genealogical Diction...

Planters of the Commonwealth: 1620-1640; Charles E.Banks, Boston,Mass,1930

SHIPS AND PASSENGERS: Winthrop's Fleet: 1630........pages 91-92 (LAST one for 1630)

SWIFT, Stephen Reeks,master, 70 tons. Sailed from Bristol in April for Saco and Casco Bay ( Maine) with passengers and freight. It's POSSIBLE that the following emigrants came in her:

  • --George Cleeves of Shrewsbury, vinter....to Casco Bay
  • Mrs. Joan Cleeves
  • Elizabeth C.
  • --Thomas Lewis of Shrewsbury, vinter...to Saco
  • Mrs. Elizabeth Lewis
  • Thomas
  • Mary
  • Judith
  • Elizabeth
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