Kalmar Nyckel 1639-1640
- Sailed from Göteborg September 1639
- Arrived to Nya Sverige 17 april, 1640
- Sailed from Nya Sverige 14 maj 1640
- Arrived to Göteborg Juli, 1640
- Cornelius Van Vliet, Captain Sailed from Göteborg September 1639, Change of capten in Amsterdam
- Pouwell Jansen, Captain Arrived in New Sweden 17 April 1640
- Herman Willemsen, shipmate (Styrman)
Passengers and Soldiers
- Petter Holländer Ridder, Commander of New Sweden (1640-1643)
Lived in Ekenäs, Nyland, Finland, sent out as Commander of the Colony to replacing Peter Minuit who perished at sea.
- Reorus Torkillus, was the first Lutheran clergyman to settle
Born 1608 - became sick at Fort Christina on Feb. 23, 1643. He improved, however, probably continued his services for some time and was used by Printz in a mission to the Indians. He died Spetember 7, 1643 in New Sweden at the age of 35, leaving a wife and child behind.
- Joost van Langdonk, commissary, Dutchman
To take the place of Henrick Huygen in New Sweden
- Gregorius Van Dyck, assistant commissary, Dutchman
- Gunnar Mattson, freeman.
- Peter Gunnarsson (Rambo), freeman
- Sven Gunnarsson (Swanson), freeman
He was aboard with his pregnant Gertrude.
- Peter Andersson (Långåker), skipper on the Speel-yacht
- Anders Svensson (Bonde).
- Anders Larson (Dalbo), provost-marshal
- Jön Thorsson, freeman
- Sven Larson Maarbo, laborer
- Lars Svensson, freeman
- Martin Guttersson (Gotterson), Laborer
Returned to Sweden on the Örn in 1654. Died in Sweden in the autumn of 1654.
- William Loury, provost
- Johan Michellsson, corporal
- Anders Jonsson, gunner
- Bengt Thomasson, soldier
- Anders Nilsson Nagell,soldier
- Olof Svensson, soldier
- Steffan Olofsson, soldier
- Nils Svensson, soldier
- Johan Gustaffson
- 4 mares,
- 2 young horses and a number of farming implements.
Return voyage — to Sweden in May 1640, arriving in July, 1640,
- Hendrick Huygen, officer
- Måns Nilsson Kling, officer and second Governor Wikipedia
The only Swedish officer in the colony and a number of soldiers from the first expedition.