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1660's to 1700's Ships
Leesa McKeon <fundrzer@dnet.net> on 11/05/1997


Dear Gery, Sue and Sharon,
and of course anyone else who can HELP!

I have researched for months and months my MORRELL line, back to 1630.
History books in Sullivan Co. and Carter Co. Tn. state this line of
Morrell's came from England. Furthermore, other information says they
came from Mespat Kills, England. (there is/was no mespat Kills,
England). Thomas Morrell, I b: 1630, married Hannah Ann(e) Gleane in
1660. They had a son Thomas Morrell, II, b: 1662. Thomas Morrell, I
died 1704, in Newtown, Long Island, NY.

Tonight, while searching through the NYGenWeb pages, I found in Queens
Co. a very old name of a town, called English Kills, the town is now
named Maspeth.

So to ask my big question, where would I find ships listed with
passengers that would date sometime between the 1660's and 1700's?
Perhaps I could find some answers there. I'm loosing sleep over this!!!

Thanking you in advance for your help.
Leesa McKeon




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