4. Thomas Morgan
1Passenger Arrivals in the U.S., 1819-20, <www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/inddbs/3330.htm>.
"Custom House with the name of the Collector.: [p.155]. Names of Passengers: T. Morgan. Age.: 32. Sex.: male. Country to which they belong.: England. Country of which they intend to become inhab's: U. States."
Immigrants who arrived Oct. 1819-Sept. 1820. Note: A search on Wales produced no matches, immigrants from Wales may have been recorded as coming from England.
2Arrivals and Abstract of Merchanise entered at the Custom House, Philadelphia, FOREIGN AND COASTWISE., Grotjan's Philadelphia Public Sale Report, Philadelphia, Penna., vol. VIII, issue 5, 31 May 1819, page 39.
America's Historical Newspapers: Early American Newspapers Series 1, 1690-1876. Accessed through NewEnglandAncestors.org, Apr. 6, 2008.
"Arrivals and Abstract of Merchanise entered at the Custom House, Philadelphia, FOREIGN AND COASTWISE.
Liverpool, Ship Meridian, A. 387 tons. A. Barker
Sundry Merchandise 975 packages, Anvils 24, Pans and Spades 14 bundles, Steel 100 bundles, which are consigned to the following persons, viz... Also,
Coals 42 tons }
Mustard 18 boxes } A. Barker
Earthenware 1 crate }."
6. Julius Bacchus Chafee
1William H. Chaffee, The Chaffee Genealogy, New York: The Grafton Press, 1909, pp. 212, 373, Ancestry.com.
7. Minerva Ruggles
1William H. Chaffee, The Chaffee Genealogy, New York: The Grafton Press, 1909, p. 373, Ancestry.com.