These are the Swedish immigrants who arrived in 1858 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 17 July 1858 at Castle Garden, New York City from the steamship AUSTRIA departing from Hamburg and Southampton

Notes: Passengers were not numbered on this manifest, numbers have been assigned. Transport of about 350 passengers, mostly Germans and Americans;15 Swedes onboard. New York Daily Tribune, 19 July 1858, p 8: Steamship Austria (Ham.), Heyettmam, Hamburg 1st inst., Southampton 4th inst., mdse. and 361 pass. to Kunhardt & Co. Had heavy W. gales and fog the entire passage. Saw nothing of the telegraph fleet.

Database ReferenceManifest
No.Immigrant NameNo.Passenger NameReferences
1858.006John A. Sampson100J.M. Peterson42M
Skirö parish, Jönköpings län. Lived in Jamestown area one year prior to migration to Meeker County, Minnesota in 1859.
1858.007Mrs. John A. (Anna H.) Sampson101Anna (Peterson)38F
1858.008Mrs. Andrew (Christina) Jackson102Stina (Peterson)12F
1858.009John August Sampson103Joh. (Peterson)9M
1858.010Louisa Sampson104Johna. (Peterson)3F
1858.011Charles M. Allen105C.M. Eolanson28M
Likely Carl Magnus Adamsson from Åleberg, Skirö, Jönköpings län. Settled in Meekers County, Minnesota after one year in Jamestown.
1858.001Peter L. Johnson110Peter Johannson40M
Skirö Parish, Jönköpings län. Living in Busti in 1860 prior to emigration to Vasa, Goodhue County, Minnesota.
1858.002Mrs. Peter L. (Catharina Maria) Johnson111Cath (Johansson)30F
1858.003Johan August Petersson112Joh. (Johansson)9M
1858.004Alfred Johnson113Andr. (Johansson)5M
1858.005Franz P. Johnson114Fr. (Johansson)3M


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