1850

These are the Swedish immigrants who arrived in 1850 and settled in Chautauqua or Warren county.  Each entry includes the the reference number used in this database, the name used in this database (which will typically differ from their baptismal name in Sweden), the passenger number, the manifest entry, and reference to them in the works of Olsson.


Immigrants arriving July 2, 1850 aboard the brig MINONA in Boston from Göteborg


Notes: Passengers were not numbered on the manifest, numbers have been assigned. Transport of 76 Passengers, no deaths listed.  Passengers in bold typeface had family already in the area.

Database ReferenceManifest
No.Immigrant NameNo.Passenger NameReferences
1850.067Johan Andersson16Johan AnderssonOlsson 1995: 391 (3746); 1979: 37 note 63
1850.068Martha Anderson17Maja Stina (Andersson)Olsson 1995: 391 (3747)
1850.069Marie Louisa Anderson18Marie Louisa  (Andersson)Olsson 1995: 391 (3748)
1850.070Charlotte Anderson19Lotta (Andersson)Olsson 1995: 391 (3749)
1850.071Ann Anderson20Anna Stina (Andersson)Olsson 1995: 391 (3750)
1850.072John Anderson21 Anders (Andersson)Olsson 1995: 391 (3751)
1850.001Eric Anderson30Eric May AnderssonOlsson 1995: 391 (3760); 1979: 38 note 69
nicAndrew Peterson34Anders PeterssonOlsson 1995: 392 (3764); 1969: 39 note 72. His diaries about his life farming in Minnesota were a basis for Vilhelm Moberg's trilogy.
See link to the Andrew Peterson Society at right.
1850.002Frank A. Peterson52A.F. PetterssonOlsson 1995: 393 (3782); 1979: 40 note 83
1850.003Otto Peterson53Otto PetterssonOlsson 1995: 393 (3783); 1979: 40 note 84. younger brother of Louisa Johnson [1850.004]
1850.004Mrs. Samuel (Louisa) Johnson54Louisa Sostrand PetterssonOlsson 1995: 393 (3784); 1979: 41 note 85
1850.005Christopher Johnson55Johan Christen PetterssonOlsson 1995: 393 (3785)
1850.006Louisa Johnson56Sophia Louisa PetterssonOlsson 1995: 393 (3786)
1850.007Anna Peterson57Anna PetterssonOlsson 1995: 393 (3787); 1979: 41 note 86
1850.008Ida Catharina Petersdotter58Ida Catharina PetterssonOlsson 1995: 393 (3788)
1850.009James Peterson61Johan PetterssonOlsson 1995: 394 (3791); 1979: 41 note 88
1850.010Anna Peterson62Anna Lena PetterssonOlsson 1995: 394 (3792)
1850.011Lucy Peterson63Clara Louisa PetterssonOlsson 1995: 394 (3793)
1850.012John Peterson64Carl Johan PetterssonOlsson 1995: 394 (3794)
1850.013Eric Peterson65Gustaf Eric PetterssonOlsson 1995: 394 (3795)
1850.014Andrew Peterson66Anders PetterssonOlsson 1995: 394 (3796)
1850.015Sophia Peterson67Sophia PetterssonOlsson 1995: 394 (3797)
i1940Eric J. Peterson68Eric Johan PetterssonOlsson 1995: 394 (3798); 1979: 41 note 89. He wrote about his voyage and the overland travel from Boston to Buffalo and then to Jamestown and Sugar Grove. After a short stay in the area he continued west settling in with Oneida, Knox County, Illinois. He wrote a letter that was published in Östgötha Correspondenten, see ...

Immigrants arriving August 17, 1850 aboard the brig EXCELLENT in New York City, departing from Göteborg about June 18, 1850

Notes: Passengers were numbered on this manifest. "Brig Excellent (SW) Stedstrom, Gottenburg 59 ds, iron and 118 passengers to order." New York Daily Tribune, August 16, 1850, p. 8. More than a third of the passengers settled in Chautauqua or Warren counties.

Database ReferenceManifest
No.Immigrant NameNo.Passenger NameReferences
1850.016Peter Sims4P. SimonsonOlsson 1967: 212; Olsson 1979: 99
1850.017Mrs. Peter (Christina) Sims5Mary SimonsonOlsson 1967: 212
1850.018Stina Lovisa Simonsson6Ch. L. SimonsonOlsson 1967: 212
1850.019Johan August Simonsson7Joh. A. SimonsonOlsson 1967: 212
1850.020Carl Peter Simonsson8C.P. SimonsonOlsson 1967: 212
1850.021Fredrica Maria Simonsson9Freda M. SimonsonOlsson 1967: 212
1850.022William Sims10S.M. SimonsonOlsson 1967: 212
1850.023Albert Sims11G.A. SimonsonOlsson 1967: 212
1850.024Sven Sim13S. SimonsonOlsson 1967: 212; Olsson 1979: 99
1850.025Sven J. Simpson14Maria H. SimonsonOlsson 1967: 212
1850.026Mrs. Sven J. (Maja Lena) Simpson15Anna S. SimonsonOlsson 1967: 212
1850.027Anna Sophia Svensdotter16Carolina SimonsonOlsson 1967: 212
1850.028Carolina Swensdotter17Joh. P. SimonsonOlsson 1967: 212
1850.029John Simpson18S. Larson [S. rather than L.]Olsson 1967: 212; Olsson 1979: 99
1850.030Mrs. Samuel (Martha) Lawson19Maria C. LarsonOlsson 1967: 212
1850.031Frederick Lawson20Nils LarsonOlsson 1967: 212
1850.033August Lawson21Lars F. LarsonOlsson 1967: 212
1850.034Mrs. August W. (Carrie L.) Jones22Louise LarsonOlsson 1967: 212
1850.035Oscar Lawson23Carl LarsonOlsson 1967: 212
1850.060Magnus Baker 24 Swen Johansson Olsson 1967: 212, 213 n 35
1850.032 John Lawson 26 Jonas P. Larson Listed separately from family
1850.036John Lind38Joh. JohansonOlsson 1967: 213 note 40, 280. I disagree with Olsson's note that this is Erik Johan Jonsson.
1850.037Mrs. John (Susanna) Lind39S. JohansonOlsson 1967: 213
1850.038Stina Catharina Johansdotter Lind40Ch. JohansonOlsson 1967: 213
1850.039Mrs. Robert (Johanna) McKay41Joha. JohansonOlsson 1967: 213
1850.040Mrs. Albert (Anna Greta) Kellogg42Anna M. JohansonOlsson 1967: 213
1850.041John Lake43Joh. SjöOlsson 1967: 213 note 41, 280
1850.042Mrs. John (Helena) Lake44Lina SjöOlsson 1967: 213
1850.043Mrs. John P. (Christine C.) Sampson45Ch. SjöOlsson 1967: 213
1850.044John Lake46Johan SjöOlsson 1967: 213
1850.045Helen Lake47Johanna SjöOlsson 1967: 213
1850.046S.J. Westerberg49S.J. WesterbergOlsson 1967: 214 note 42; Olsson 1979: 99
1850.047Andrew Gron98Anders GranOlsson 1967: 216; Olsson 1979: 100
1850.048Mrs. Andrew (Mary Christina) Gron99Mary M. GranOlsson 1967: 216
1850.049Mrs. Tutor (Caroline) Beall100Carin GranOlsson 1967: 216
1850.050Charles Gron101Carl GranOlsson 1967: 216
1850.051Frederick A. Gron102Anders GranOlsson 1967: 216
1850.052Mrs. S.J. (Louisa) Westerburg103Louisa GranOlsson 1967: 216
1850.053Mrs. Benjamin (Augusta) Brown104Aug. GranOlsson 1967: 216
1850.054Mrs. Wilson (Christina) Stanton105Chrna GranOlsson 1967: 216
1850.055John Baker106Anders JohnsonOlsson 1967: 216, 217 note 63, 280
1850.056Mrs. John (Elizabeth) Baker107Eva JohnsonOlsson 1967: 216
1850.057John Baker108Johan A. JohnsonOlsson 1967: 216
1850.058Mathilda Baker109Anna JohnsonOlsson 1967: 216
1850.059Augustus Baker112Nils JohansonOlsson 1979: 403 #3981


Immigrants arriving 3 September 1850 aboard the barque VIRGINIA in New York City, departing from Göteborg

Notes: Passengers were not numbered on this manifest. Passengers in bold typeface had family already in the area.
Database ReferenceManifest
No.Immigrant NameNo.Passenger NameReferences
1850.061John P. Dahlen52J.P. DahlinBesked N:o 8, Mohåll, Djursdal Parish, Kalmar for 1849. Travel may have delayed due to the health of his mother - she died in 15 January 1850. Olsson 1967: 230
1850.062Mrs. John P. (Anna) Dahlen53A.G. DahlinHer sister (Mrs. Pontius Oberg nee Maja Stina Hansdotter) and parents (Hans Fredriksson and Ingrid Svensdotter) arrived in 1849 also aboard the Virginia. Olsson 1967: 230
1850.063John A. Delain54J. AlfredOlsson 1967: 230
1850.064Louisa Delain55A. LoviseOlsson 1967: 230
1850.065Charlotte Delain56C. AlbertinaOlsson 1967: 230
1850.066Mathilda Delain57C. MathildaOlsson 1967: 230
i2584Nils Nilsson Tyfting62Nils TzfflingFather of John P. Dahlen. Besked N:o 8, Hjärpebäcken, Djursdal Parish. Olsson 1967: 230


Immigrants arriving in 1850 in New York City but not identified on any manifest



Database ReferenceManifest
No.Immigrant NameNo.Passenger NameReferences
1850.073Mrs. Andrew (Caroline) Johnson-Carolina NilsdotterBesked N:o 10, Nymåla, Lönneberga Parish, Kalmar län. Married 2 Sep 1850 at Bethel ship mission, NYC to Andrew Johnson [1849.051]. She possibly married immediately upon arrival (VIRGINIA) but may have arrived earlier (EXCELLENT or EMILIE).


























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