Eskil Larsson and his son, Bartle Eskilsson arrived on the Kalmar Nyckel in New Sweden in 1641.(A replica of this ship has been built in Wilmington, DE, and is now one of the "Tall Ships"....see their internet page).These two were Finns who lived in Sweden.They cut down trees while clearing their land.A new law had made this illegal, so they had a choice of going to jail or coming as settlers to New Sweden.Andrew Bartleson was the son of Bartle Eskilsson. (Scandinavians did not have surnames until the English took over their land in America.So, Eskil was the son of Lars, Bartle was the son of Eskil, and Andrew was the son of Bartle!) The house built by Morton Mortonsson who married Andrew Bartleson's sister, Margaret Bartleson (Bartlesdotter)is still standing in Prospect Park, PA, just below the Philadelphia airport...Called the John Morton Homestead.It is now a museum.I have not yet traced the Groome family. But think it may connect with a Samuel Groome of (London?)who owned a ship that brought some settlers into Maryland.I find a William and a Richard in Maryland.