Waite-Blacker Ancestors' Immigration



1849, March 5

James and Elizabeth Eynon and their children Louisa, Martha and Charlotte left Liverpool for New Orleans on the ship Hartley.
1849, April 28

James and Elizabeth Eynon and their children Louisa, Martha and Charlotte arrived in New Orleans on the ship Hartley.
1855, April 26

William Wilkes left Liverpool for New York on the ship William Stetson.
1855, May 27

William Wilkes arrived in New York on the ship William Stetson.
1855, November 29

Anne Iverson family depart from Copenhagen on the ship Loven. They traveled from Copenhagen to Kiel Germany then to Gluckstadt, Germany then to Grimbsy, England then to Liverpool England.
1855, December 12

The Jeppe and Anne Iverson family depart from Liverpool England on the ship John J. Boyd
1856, February 18

The Jeppe and Anne Iverson family arrive in New York on the John J. Boyd
1856, February 18

Elizabeth Wilkes and her children Sarah and John left Liverpool for New York on the ship Caravan.
1856, March 27

Elizabeth Wilkes and her children Sarah and John arrived in New York on the ship Caravan.
1859, April 1

Hans Peter Iverson and Anna Nissen along with 353 other Scandinavians depart from Copenhagen on the ship L. N. Hivdt for Grimbsy, England
1859, April 6

The 355 Scandinavian saints including Hans Peter Iverson and Anna Nissen arrive in Grimbsy, England
1859, April 11

Hans Peter Iverson and Anna Nissen depart from Liverpool England for New York aboard the ship William Tapscott
1859, April 17

Hans Peter Iverson and Anna Nissen are married aboard the William Tapscott.
1859, May 13 and 14, Saturday

The William Tapscott arrives in the New York harbor and the passengers land in the Castle Gardens immigration center
1869, October 6

Sarah Waite with her children, Martha, Levi and Joseph depart from Liverpool on the Minnesota
1869, October 18

Sarah Waite with her children, Martha, Levi and Joseph arrive in New York on the Minnesota
1871, October 18

The ship Nevada left Liverpool for New York.

On board are William and Hannah Brown and their children Adin, Orson, Lydia, Alfred, Mary, Willard, Reuben, George and Margaret. Hannah's mother Martha Clark was with them. The ship manifest listed Lydia and Alfred as Martha's children and also listed a James Clark who could be a boy named James Farnsworth who was living with Martha in Somercotes.

Also on board are William and Rebecca Waite and their children John, Herbert, Ada and William.
1871, November 1

The Nevada arrived in New York. All of the those in the William Brown and William Waite groups arrive safely.
1872, June 12

William and Martha Bower, their children Harriet, Alvin, George and William left Liverpool for New York on the ship Manhattan.
1872, June 27

William and Martha Bower, their children Harriet, Alvin, George and William arrived in New York on the ship Manhattan.
1877, June 21

Hans Peter Iverson, Juliana Johannah Dorthea Christensen and Dorothea Caroline Johanna Evers leave Denmark for, Hull, England.
1877, June 27

Hans Peter Iverson, Juliana Johannah Dorthea Christensen and Dorothea Caroline Johanna Evers sail from Liverpool, England on the Wisconsin.
1877, July 7

Hans Peter Iverson, Juliana Johannah Dorthea Christensen and Dorothea Caroline Johanna Evers arrive in New York on the ship Wisconsin.
1878, September 14

Jens and Larsine Christensen and their daughters Christina, Ursula and Susan left Liverpool for New York on the Wyoming.
1878, September 25

Jens and Larsine Christensen and their daughters Christina, Ursula and Susan arrived in New York on the Wyoming.
1881, May 20

James Godber arrived in New York from Liverpool in the ship Baltic.
1881, June 12

Edward Blacker arrived in New York on the Spain.
1882, February 8

Isaac and Mary Loveday, their children Isaac and Mary arrive in New York on the ship Arizona. Their married daughter Althera Loveday Blacker and her children, Edward, Sarah, Mary and Thomas are with them. Althera's son Thomas is not listed on the ship manifest.
1884, November 24

James Godber and his daughter Mabel Alice arrived in New York from Liverpool on the ship Celtic. He is listed on the manifest as James Goodber or Goodles. Others traveling with them are Ann and Isaac Goodles, John ?, and Frank Godber.