1854

These are the Swedish immigrants who arrived in 1854 and settled in Chautauqua or Warren County.  Each entry includes 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, manifest entry including name, age and sex, and references to their immigration.

Immigrants shown in bold type had family members already in the area.


Immigrants arriving 2 August 1854 aboard the ship GREAT BRITAIN in Boston departing from Göteborg

Notes: Passengers were not numbered on this manifest. Transport of 313 passengers, no deaths reported, 1 birth.

Database ReferenceManifest
No.Immigrant NameNo.Passenger NameReferences
1854.030Swan Swanson55Swenney Swensson38M
Besked N:o 58, Kimmarebo, Strängsered Parish, Älvsborg. Their twin sons were included in the exit permit but omitted on the manifest and do not appear in later documents.
1854.031Mrs. Swan (Caroline) Swanson56Cassa Andersson36F
1854.032John A. Swanson57Johan August (Swensson)10M
1854.033Hannah Swanson58Johanna (Swensson)7F
1854.034Mrs. Almeron G. (E. Christina) Saxton59Christine5F
1854.035Mary Swanson60Hasa Greta2F
1854.040John A. Lawson287Johannes Larson Glen36M
Besked N:o 26-29, Kölingared Parish, Älvsborg
1854.041Mrs. John A. (Eva) Lawson288Eva Nilsdotter37F
1854.042John F. Lawson289Johan Fredrik (Larson)7F
1854.043Augustus Lawson290Carl August (Larson)2M
1854.001Perry J. Peterson292Peter J. Petterson32M
Besked N:o 22-25, Stora Sten, Kölingared Parish, Älvsborg
1854.002Mrs. Perry (Hanna) Peterson293Johanna Andersdotter31F
1854.003Charlotta Peterson294Albertina4F
1854.004Svante Petersson294Swante1M

Immigrants arriving 11 August 1854 aboard the ship ESMERALDA in New York City departing from Liverpool

Notes: Passengers were not numbered on this manifest. Transport of 313 passengers, no deaths reported, 1 birth.
Database ReferenceManifest
No.Immigrant NameNo.Passenger NameReferences
1854.036Rev. John Pehrson15Johanes Person32M
Blekinge län
1854.005Augustus Burchlin372Gustav Bjorkgren44M
Karlstorp parish via Hässelby parish, Jönköping
1854.006Mrs.Augustus (Anna) Burchlin373Anna41F
1854.007Mrs. Perry (Sarah) Anderson374Anna10F

Immigrants arriving 12 August 1854 aboard the ship LUNA in Boston departing from Göteborg

Notes: Passengers were not numbered on this manifest, numbers have been assigned. Transport of 266 passengers, 7 deaths reported..
Database ReferenceManifest
No.Immigrant NameNo.Passenger NameReferences
1854.037Mrs. Jacob (Caroline) Bredberg259Carolina Bredberg39F
Totan, Broddetorp socken, Skaraborgs lan. Jacob Bredberg arrived in 1853.
1854.038Caroline Bredberg260Carrie W (Bredberg)11F
1854.039Charles A. Bredberg261Gustaf C. (Bredberg)6M

Immigrants arriving 14 September 1854 aboard the ship CAMBRIA in New York City departing from Stockholm and Karlshamn

Notes: Passengers, except for infants, were numbered on this manifest. Transport of 393 passengers (156 from Karlshamn), no deaths reported, 2 born on the passage. This voyage of the CAMBRIA and the birth of the Fincke's son was described in a published immigrant letter, see Emigranter från Karlshamn [http://www.swe-gen.se/Karlshamn/Emigranter_KN.htm Accessed 2013.11.12]
Database ReferenceManifest
No.Immigrant NameNo.Passenger NameReferences
1854.008F. Maurits Fincke47Mrs. F. Persdotter35F
Besked N:o 65, Stads Badaren, Karlshamn, Blekinge län. Clerical error showing incorrect passenger name and gender, however family grouping based on luggage, surname and approximate age matches. "Two births on the passage" noted in manifest summary, but no further details. Corroborated by Emigrant Letter.
1854.009Mrs. F.M (Louise) Fincke48Mrs. A.N. Fincke32F
1854.010Gustavas M. Finkey49Mr. M.M. Fincke11F
1854.011Ely F. Brown








nicEly Frederick WilliaminfM



Immigrants arriving 6 October 1854 aboard the brig PRECIOSA in New York City departing from Göteborg

Notes: Passengers were numbered on this manifest. Transport of 215 immigrants, 5 reported dead, 1 born on passage.
Database ReferenceManifest
No.Immigrant NameNo.Passenger NameReferences
1854.012Mrs. John (Hannah) Hagel27Johanna Johansdotter27F
Besked N:o 13, Annerstad Parish, Kronoberg, Destination Chicago

Immigrants arriving 9 October 1854 aboard the barque CUBA in Boston departing from Göteborg

Notes: Passengers were numbered on this manifest.
Database ReferenceManifest
No.Immigrant NameNo.Passenger NameReferences
1854.013Mrs. John (Caroline) Jacobs26Caroline Andersdotter20F
Besked N:o 7, Ödemark, Rök Parish, Östergötland
1854.014Daniel Sandberg32Daniel Sandberg56M
Besked N:o 5, Nogård, Rök Parish, Östergötland
1854.015Brita Stina Nilsdotter33Britta Nilssdotter51F
1854.016Charles Sandberg34Carl Petter29M
1854.017Christina Albertina Sandberg35Christina Petter19F

1854.018Emelia Amalia Sandberg34Emeline Petter14F
1854.019Augusta Fredrika Sandberg34Augusta Petter11F


Immigrants arriving 9 October 1854 aboard the ship Guttenburg in New York City departing from Hamburg

Notes: Passengers were numbered on this manifest. Transport of 281 passengers (26 Swedes), 1 death.
Database ReferenceManifest
No.Immigrant NameNo.Passenger NameReferences
1854.020Peter A. Norene17Adolf Norin24M
Besked N:o 16, Ödeshög Parish, Östergötland Destination: Jamestown
1854.021Lars August Johnson20August Johnson25M
Besked N:o 14, Ödeshög Parish, Östergötland. Destination: New York
1854.022Anders Peter Jonsson21Anders Johnson32M
Besked N:o 20, Ödeshög Parish, Östergötland. Destination: New York
1854.023Johan Felix Davoust22Johan Davoust17M
Besked N:o 13, Ödeshög Parish, Östergötland
1854.024Mrs. Charles (Charlotte) Jones23Charlotte Davoust21F
1854.025Carolina Jonsdotter24Caroline Johnson25F
Besked N:o 14, Ödeshög Parish
1854.026Mrs. Lars August (Mary) Johnson25Marie Pierson21F
Besked N:o 15, Ödeshög Parish, Östergötland (not a sister of Eva Norene)
1854.027Clara Mathilda Jonsdotter26Mathilda Johnson17F
Besked N:o 14, Ödeshög Parish
1854.028Mrs. Peter A. (Eva C.) Norene28Charlotta Pierson27F
Besked N:o 16, Ödeshög Parish, Östergötland
1854.029Clara Emelia Norene29Clare Pierson3mF

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