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Full text of "The Original lists of persons of quality, emigrants, religious exiles, political rebels, serving men sold for a term of years, apprentices, children stolen, maidens pressed, and others who went from Great Britain to the American plantations, 1600-1700 : with their ages, the localities where they formerly lived in the mother country, the names of the ships in which they embarked, and other interesting particulars, from mss. preserved in the State Paper Department of Her Majesty's Public Record Office, England"

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OF 



PERSONS OF QUALITY; 

EMIGRANTS ; RELIGIOUS EXILES ; POLITICAL REBELS 
SERVING MEN SOLD FOR A TERM OF YEARS ; APPRENTICES ; 
CHILDREN STOLEN; MAIDENS PRESSED; AND OTHERS 
WHO WENT FROM GREAT BRITAIN TO THE 

AMERICAN PLANTATIONS 



1600- I 700. 



WITH THEIR AGES, THE 
LOCALITIES WHERE THEY FORMERLY LIVED IN THE MOTHER COUNTRY, 
THE NAMES OF THE SHIPS IN WHICH THEY EMBARKED, 
AND OTHER INTERESTING PARTICULARS. 



FROM MSS. PRESERVED IN THE STATE PAPER DEPARTMENT OF HER 
MAJESTY'S PUBLIC RECORD OFFICE, ENGLAND. 



EDITED BY 



JOHN CAMDEN HOTTEN. 



L n D n : 

CHATTO AND WINDUS, PUBLISHERS. 

1874, 



THE ORIGINAL LISTS. 



1o ihi ^zmhcxs of the 
GENEALOGICAL AND HISTORICAL SOCIETIES 

OF THE 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 

THIS COLLECTION OF THE NAMES OF THE EMIGRANT 
ANCESTORS OF MANY THOUSANDS OF AMERICAN FAMILIES, 

IS RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED 
PY THE EDITOR, 

JOHN CAMDEN HOTTEN. 



CONTENTS. 



Register of the Names of all the Passengers from 
London during One Whole Year, ending Christmas, 
1635 



33, HS 



1 the Ship Bonavatture 


J. Ricrofte, Master . . . 


35 


» J) 


» 


J. Romsey, Master... 


38 


» „ 


Hopewell 


I. Wood, Master ... 


39 


» J, 


Christian 


J. White, Master ... 


42 


» )) 


Planter ... 


N. Trarice, Master... 


43, 45, 47, 48, 'io, S3, 
55,56 


1) » 


Peter Bonaventurc 


I. Harman, Master... 


43, 47>Si 


» )> 


Hopewell 


W. Bundocke, Master 


44,46,49 


y> » 


Elizabeth 


W. Stagg, Master ... 


48, S3, 53, 56, 57, 60, 
61,68 


>, n 


Rebecca 


Hodges, Master 


50,54 


» » 


Paul 


Acklin, Master 


50 


» » 


Eliza ^ Ann 


R. Cowper [or Cooper], 


Master S4, 'il, 58, 
61, 69, 72, 76, 77, 78 


» » 


Encrease ... 


R. Lea, Master 


55, 57, 58, 60, 61, 64 


J) » 


Sttsan 6-» Ellen 


E. Payne, Master ... 


59,62,76 


»» M 


Falcon ... 


T. Irish, Master ... 


63, 143 


» ,1 


Expectation 


C. Billinge, Master 


67,69 


)» J) 


Ann Sr' Elizabeth . . . 


J. Brookhaven, Master 


70 


3, » 


Abigail ... 


R. Hackwell, Master 


73, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 
92, 96, 97, 98, 99, 100 


» J, 


Alexander 


Burche & G. Grimes, Masters ... 73 


»1 » 


Plain Joane 


R. Buckam, Master 


78 


» JJ 


Matthew... 


R. Goodladd, Master 


80 


!) ;l 


Speedwell 


J. Chappell, Master 


82 


» » 


Thomas ^ John ... 


R. Lambard, Master 


83 


» » 


Truelove ... 


R. Dennis, Master... 


8s 


)J ?, 


James 


J. May, Master 


88, 107 


l> » 


Defence ... 


— . Pearce, Master . . . 


89,90 



via 



CONTENTS. 



In the Ship Defence.. 



E. Bostocke, Master 89, 91, 98, 99, 100, loi, 

105, lo6 



Blessing .. 


. J. Lester, Master ... 


93, 108 


Philip 


. R. Morgan, Master 


•• 94 


America ... 


. W. Barker, Master 


• • 95 


Transport 


E. Walker, Master... 


.. lOI 


Patil 


. L. Betts, Master ... 


.. 103 


Pied Cow 


. Ashley, Master 


106, no 


Love 


. J. Young, Master ... 


.. 109 


Alice 


. R. Orchard, Master 


.. 109 


Hopewell 


. T. Babb, Master ... no, 123, 


130, 144 


Assurance 


I. Bromwell & I. Pewsie, Masters 


.. no 


Primrose 


. Douglass, Master ... 


.. n4 


Merchant's Hope .. 


. H. Weston, Master 


.. 116 


Elisabeth 


. C. Browne, Master 


.. 117 


Bachelor ... 


. T.Webb, Master 


.. II? 


Globe 


. J. Blackman, Master 


.. n9 


Safety 


. J. Graunt, Master ... 


.. 121 


George 


J. Severae, Master ... 


.. 124 


Thomas ... 


. H. Taverner, Master 


.. 126 


William fir» John . . 


. R. Langram, Master 


.. 127 


David ... 


J. Hogg, Master 


.. 129 


Truelove ... 


J. Gibbs, Master ... 


.. 131 


Dorset ... 


J. Flower, Master ... 


.. 132 


John 


. J. Waymoth, Master 


•• 134 


Amity 


G. Downes, Master 


■ • 134 


Constance 


. C. Campion, Master 


.. 136 


Abraham 


J. Barker, Master ... 


.. 138 


Expedition 


. P. Blackley, Master 


•■ 139 


Friendship 


, Master ... 


■• I4S 



Passengers by the Commission and Soldiers accord- 
ing to the Statute, Christmas, 163 i, to Christmas, 
1632 

Entries Relating to America, from the Patent 
Rolls 

Lists of the Living and Dead in Virginia, 16 Feby., 
1623 

Walloons and French Emigrants to Virginia 

Musters of the Inhabitants of Virginia ... 



147-154 
1SS-168 

169-196 
197-199 
201-265 



CONTENTS. 



Patents Granted to Settlers in Virginia (circa) 
1626 ... ... ... ... ... ... 266-274 

Returns of those who Embarked from Ipswich and 
Weymouth for New England, 1634 to 1637 ... 275-286 

From Ipswich, in the Ship Fj-ancis ... J. Cuttinge, Master ... 277,379 

„ „ „ „ Elizabeth ... W. Andrewes, Master 277,280,281 
„ Weymouth, in the Ship ['635] ••• , Master ... 283-286 

Register of Persons about to pass into Foreign 
Parts, from March to Sept., 1637... ... ... 287-298 

From Ipswich, in the yohti &> Dorothy . . . W. Andrewes, Master . . . 289 

„ Yarmouth, in the iJoje ... W. Andrewes, Junr. Master 289 

„ Southampton,inthe F/rg'z'«[i639] ... J.Weare&J. Delahay, Masters 296 

„ „ „ Bcvis\i62,?i'] ... ... R. Batten, Master ... 298 

The Summer Islands, 1673 to 1679 ... ... ... 301-314 

Names of the Governor and Council of the Assembly, Aug., 1673 ... 301 

Account of the Lands belonging to the Summer Islands Company, taken 
out of Mr. Richard Norwood's Survey Book, made in 1662-3 ••• 304 

Monmouth Rebellion of 1685 :— Lists of Convicted 
Rebels sent to the Barbadoes and other Planta- 
tions IN America... ... ... ... ... 315 

Receipt for loo Prisoners to be transported from Taunton, by John 
Rose, of London, Merchant ... ... ... ... ... 316 

Invoice of 68 Men-servants shipped on Board the yamaica Alerchaiit, 
Capt. Chas. Gardner, for Account of John Rose & Compy., they being 
to be sold for 10 Years ... ... ... ... ... ... 317 

Receipt for 100 Prisoners on Mr. Nepho's Account, to be sent to Barba- 
does. [Prisoners in Dorchester Gaol to be transported.] ... ...317* 

Prisoners in Exeter Gaol to be transported ... ... ... ... 319 

Prisoners at Wells to be transported ... ... ... ... 319 

List of the Convicted Rebels on Board the Betty, of London, at the Port 
of Weymouth ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 320 

List of 72 Rebels Granted by his Majesty to Gerome Nepho, with the 
Names of their Masters in Barbadoes ... ... ... ... 322 

Sir Wm. Booth's Receipt for 100 Prisoners, on Account of James Kendall 
[Prisoners in Dorchester Gaol to be transported.] ... ... 326 

b 



CONTENTS. 



Certificate of the Disposal of Capt. Kendall's Rebels. — A List of 90 Rebels 
by the Happy Return, with the Names of their Masters to whom they 
were disposed ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 328 

Sir Wm. Booth's List of Prisoners sent to Barbadoes, with the Names of 
the Towns in .Somersetshire and Devonshire from whence they came ... 332 

A List of 77 Convicted Rebels, imported from Bristol in the John frigate 336 

Sir Wm. Booth's Receipt for 100 Prisoners — 56 from the Bridewell at Taun- 
ton, 33 from Bridgewater Prison at Taunton, and 11 from Exeter 341 

The Sale of 67 Rebels, delivered by Capt. Charles Gardner, of the Ja- 
maica Merchant ... ... ... ... ... ... 342 

Tickets Granted to Emigrants from Barbadoes to 
New ENGL.A.ND, Carolina, Virginia, New York, Anti- 
gua, Jamaica, Newfoundland, and other places, 
1678-9 345-418 

Barbadoes : — Parish Registers— Births and Deaths 
— Lists of Inhabitants — Landed Proprietors — 
Servants, &c., 1 67S-9 ... ... ... ... 418 

Parish Registers of St. Michael's— Baptisms ... ... ... 421 

„ , „ „ „ Burials... ... ... ... 425 

List of Inhabitants of St. Michael's, with their Hired Servants, 'Pren- 
tices, Bought Servants, and Negroes ... ... ... ... 438 

List of the Jews of St. Michael's ... ... ... ... 449-5° 

Alphabetical List of Landowners in St. Michael's, with the Number of 
their Acres, Hired Servants, Bought Servants, and Negroes ... 451-459 

Owners of Land in the Parish of ST. George, Number of Acres, White 
Servants, and Negroes [1679] ... ... ... ... 460-464 

Parish Registers of ST. GEORGE— Baptisms [167S-9] ... ... 465-6 

„ „ „ „ Burials ... ... ... 466-8 

„ „ „ St. Andrews — Owners of Lands, Number of Acres, 

Servants, Negroes, Christenings, Burials ... ... ... 469-472 

Parish Registers of Christchurch — Landowners, Acres, Servants, Ne- 
groes ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 473-48S 

Parish Registers of ChristchV.ick — Baptisms [1678-9] ... 489-93 

,, „ „ „ Burials [1678-9] ... 493-6 

„ „ „ St. James' — Baptisms ... ... ... 496-7 

„ „ „ ., Biu-ials ... ... ... 497-9 

„ „ ,, „ Landowners, Servants, Negroes [1678-9] 500-507 

Parish Registers of St. John's— Baptisms [1678-9] ... ... 507-8 



CONTENTS. 



xi 



List of Ships Conveying Emigrants to Virginia be- 
fore 1625-6, mentioned in 

Abigail 

Ambrose 

Ann 



101-265 



Blessing 

Bona Nova 

Bonaventure 

Bonny Bessie 

Charity 

Charles 

Concord 

Delaware 

Deliverance 

Diana 

Discovery 

Due Return 

Duty 

Edwin 

Elianor 

Elizabeth 

Falcon 

Flying Hart 

Francis Bonaventure 

Furtherance 



George 

Gift 

Great Hopewell 

God's Gift 

God Speed 

Hercules 

Hopewell 

Jacob 

James 

Jonathan 

John & Francis 

London Merchant 

Margaret 

Margaret & John 

Marmaduke 

Mary Ann Margaret 

Mary & James 

Mary Margaret 

Marygold 

Mary Providence 

Neptune 

Noah 

Patience 



Phcenix 

Prosperous 

Return 

Sampson 

Samuel 

Sarah 

Seaflower 

Sea Venture 

Southampton 

Star 

Supply 

Susan 

Swallow 

Swan 

Temperance 

Tiger 

Treasurer 

Trial 

Truelove 

Unity 

Warwick 

William & John 

William & Thomas 



INTRODUCTION. 



If^lITTLE could even the most sanguine of the early emigrants to 
| b,^l America have contemplated the subsequent effect which their 
action would work upon the world's history. Some of them, it is tme, 
were men of position at home, with wealth and all its concomitant ad- 
vantages at their disposal, but by far the greater number was composed 
of comparatively obscure men — men of little means, but possessed of 
hearts and consciences of too honest a nature to permit them quietly to 
submit to the intolerance which was forced upon them at home. But 
those whose names are recorded in the following pages, with many 
others of whom no such minute particulars have come down to us, were 
the seed-grains from which the mighty Republic has sprung — the rapid 
growth of which has no parallel in the world's history. Colonization 
was but imperfectly developed in those early days, and many attempted 
settlements proved abortive ; but the first settlers in Virginia, and 
subsequently those in New England, carried with them the elements 
of success, resulting in permanent establishments. 

Of the history of the Colonies, and the eventual establishment of 
Independence, I have nothing to say. My object is simply and briefly 
to point out some of the causes which contributed to the early emigra- 
tion of English families to America ; and then to estimate the practical 
value of the contents of the present volume as a means of assistance in 
making genealogical researches in the mother country. 

One of the earliest acts of Charles the First, — an act which raised a 
storm of indignation throughout the country, — was the imposition of a 



INTR OD VCTION. 



forced loan without the grant of Parliament. The manner in which 
this unconstitutional measure was treated by those called upon to 
contribute towards the assessment, is well illustrated by the events 
which took place in Lincolnshire ; and a relation of the part taken by 
the leading men of that locality, some of whom were related to, or 
intimately associated with, the principal agents in the subsequent emi- 
gration to Massachusetts, under John AVinthrop, in 1630, will be 
of some interest to the descendants of the New England emigrants. 

One of the richest men in the county of Lincoln, who strenuously 
opposed the forced loan, v/as Isaac Johnson, who, as is well known, 
married the Lady Arabella Fy>:es, sister to Theophilus, Earl of 
Lincoln, who himself married a sister of the Lord Say and Sele. 
These two noblemen took a very active part in denouncing the loan as 
dangerous and unconstitutional. Lord Say and Sele, who, during the 
civil war, some years later, commanded a Parliamentarian I'egiment, 
openly asserted that he would rather lose half his estate than risk 
the impoverishment of his posterity by the establishment of so dan- 
gerous a precedent as a loan without the sanction of Parliament. But 
Lord Lincoln's opposition to the loan was more immediately pro- 
ductive of dissatisfaction. As soon as it was proposed he took upon 
himself to have an Abridgment of the Statutes prepared for distri- 
bution ; and it is not unlikely that in the compilation of this 
document he was aided by his former steward, Thomas Dudley, 
who subsequently went over to New England, and became Governor of 
Massachusetts. Dud-LEY had received a legal education, under his 
relative, /Sir Augustine NiCHOL, one of the Justices of the Common 
Pleas, and was therefore peculiarly fitted for the work. The imme- 
diate result of this act on the part of Lord LINCOLN, was to bring 
down upon himself and his servants the resentment of the King and 
his party, and the Abridgment was rigorously suppressed. Not only 
was his lordship proceeded against in the Star Chamber, but more com.- 
pletely to crush out the attempts made to incense the people, a procla- 
mation was issued for the apprehension of John Holland, Steward to 
the Earl, and Robert Blow, the Clerk of his kitchen ; and further, a 
Groom in the household of his lordship was condemned in the Star 



INTRODUCTION. xv 

Chamber to pay a fine of ;£'3000 for his share in distributing the ob- 
noxious work. The Earl was soon after committed a close prisoner to 
the Tower, where he remained in custody for some years. I have not 
found any evidence of what was the result of the attempts made to 
apprehend HOLLAND and Blow, but there are reasons for supposing 
that both escaped detection. A Robert Blow, in all probability the 
same person, was subsequently an ensign in the regiment of Lord Say 
and Sele, the nobleman before mentioned. The only trace of HOL- 
LAND we have met with brings out some information respecting the resi- 
dence, at Boston, of Thomas Dudley, and the estimated value of his 
yearly income. 

Letter from Sir Edward Heron, addressed to Sir Humphrey 
May, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster : — 

"Cressye, 28 July, 1627. 
" Right Honorable, 

" I had -rather offende in too much officiousnes, then negli- 
gence, especially to the king's ma^'«. I have hearde that Mr. HoLLANDE 
who attended the earle of Lincolne, hath been in quest by the state ; yf 
it be soe, I doe heare for certeine, that he was seene dyvers tymes, about 
a month or six weekes past vpon the terras-walkes at Sempringham ; but 
since that tyme it is privatly whispered that he is now removed, to the 
house of one Mr. Tl-IOMAS DUDLYE, in Boston, whoe did allsoe of late 
tymes wayte vpon the sayde earle ; and it is very p'bable, because Mr. 
Hollands wyfe is observed to make often viages frome Sempringham 
vnto Boston, and there to abide sometyme 2 or 3 dayes, sometyme a 
weeke together. * * * " Edward Heron. 

" Yet maye j'ou please further to vnderstande, that this Mr. DUDLYE 
beynge reported to have 30oli p. an., some saye 40oli, refused vpon our 
earnest request tj beare 30J. towards the loane with a neyghbourgh that 
was deeply charged as we have informed in our certificatts vnto the 
lords of the councell, whereof I beseech your honor to direct the 
delyverye. 



INTR OD UCTION. 



" Since the writinge hereof, I vnderstande that one Addam Reston ' 
brother in law vnto the s^ Mr. HOLLANDE, came ridinge through our 
streete on fridaye in the nyght, the 20th of this month, with a gentle- 
woman behinde him, supposed to be the wyfe of Mr. HoLLANDE 
goeynge towards Boston ; and an other gent, seeminge vnwillinge to 
be knowne. 

" You maye allsoe please to take into your consideration that one 
Beniamine Dickoson of Boston adviseth, that the toune of Boston is 
able and ought to contribute to the charge and expence of theyre late 
mayor & Edw. Tillson, or anye else, that suffer trouble in cause of 
the loane; and to helpe towards theyre losses, p JOHAN HoBSON, 
Collector. 

"The same Dykconson was 3li lands, yet sett vnto ili by the lords 
at Lincoln."* 

A long list of Lincolnshire men who refused to contribute to the 
loan, has been preserved. Ten of the principal of them were immedi- 
ately committed to prison : — Sir John Wray, Sir Thomas Grantham, 
and Sir EDWARD AscoUGH, to the Gate House ; Sir William Armyn, 
Sir Thomas Darnell, William Anderson, Esq., the Mayor of Bos- 
ton, and Alderman (Edward) Tilson of that town, to the Fleet ; and 
William Tarold (Thorold), Esq., and — . Horwood, Esq., to the 
Marshalsea. The Boston men who refused to lend, or to enter into bond 
for their appearance before his Majesty's Privy Council, beside the 
Mayor, and Alderman TiLSON, were Atterton Howghe (Atherton 
Hough), Edmond Jackson, Benjamin Diconson, Thomas Leve- 
RETT, Thomas Lowe, Thomas Tooly, John Coppyn, William Cot- 
TiNGTON (Coddington), William Condy, and Richard Westland. 
Of these, Leverett, Coddington, and Hough subsequently went 
out to New Englandj and there attained positions of eminence. The 
London prisons were soon filled with the more important of the ob- 
jectors, from various parts of the country, but chiefly from the city of Lon- 
don, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire, Essex, and Gloucestershire. The 

* State Papers, Chas. I., Domestic Series, Vol. 72, No. 36, Record Office. 



INTR OD UCTION. xv ii 

gaols being filled to repletion, and moreover the expense of maintaining 
the prisoners proving a heavy charge upon the State — already impove- 
rished — the great majority were liberated from confinement, butvirerenot 
allowed, however, to return to their own homes for fear of their stirring 
up fresh disaffection among their neighbours. Thus a delinquent be- 
longing to Essex would be sent, perhaps, to Wiltshire, or Yorkshire, and 
under pain of severe punishment, forbidden to leave the town in which 
he was located, where, by-the-way, under the semblance of being a free 
man, he was compelled to earn, or at least procure, his own living. 

This was a very ill-advised proceeding on the part of the Govern- 
ment, for each man thus removed to a distant town soon formed a focus 
of discontent. One of the most energetic of these prisoners, in free 
custody, as it was termed, was Richard Knightley, a gentleman be- 
longing to Northamptonshire, an intimate friend of the leaders of the 
Massachusetts Colony, and connected by marriage with JOHN HAMPDEN, 
in conjunction with whom he was named as executor to the will of ISAAC 
Johnson. 

Most of the proceedings against the remonstrants were taken in the 
Star Chamber, the decree-books of which are unfortunately lost, or we 
might readily have traced many, if not all the suits, citations, fines and 
censures instituted in, or imposed by, the Court. The Star Chamber 
was a tribunal taking cognizance of all kind of delinquencies, and there 
still remains in the Record Office an immense mass of documents ap- 
pertaining to suits before the Court, in which, when they can be sorted, 
arranged, and made available to the public, we may hope to find some 
important information respecting the personal histories of some of the 
original settlers in New England. 

The proceedings, which were taken chiefly against the Nonconformists, 
caused many English families to leave their homes. Unfortunately, the 
records of the High Court of Commission, which has been not inaptly 
called "The English Inquisition," are very imperfect, but enough remains 
to show that proceedings were taken in it against many of the ministers 
and public men who afterwards became eminent in the New England 
States. It was not until the Rev. John Cotton, Richard Belling- 
HAM, recorder, and WiLLIAM CODDINGTON, a member of the corpo- 



xviii INTRODUCTION. 

ration of the town of Boston (co. Lincoln), had been fined for noncon- 
formity, that they gave up their English preferments and places to join 
their friends in Massachusetts. Other instances might be adduced of 
the same result attending prosecutions in that Court. 

The imposition of Ship Money was the culminating measure that 
drove hundreds from England to find homes in America, and among 
other causes, was that which most of all contributed to bring about the 
war between the King and the Parliament. Though, after a long and 
tedious struggle, the levy of ship money was declared to be illegal, 
enough had been effected to make far-sighted men tremble for impend- 
ing troubles, and no doubt the stand made by men of great influence and 
high position, such as HAMPDEN (who was intimately associated with 
the leaders of the Massachusetts settlement), had an immense weight 
with persons of 'an inferior standing in worldly wealth. By the Act of 
Parliament, which declared the illegality of the tax, it was ordered that 
all proceedings which had been taken should be cancelled, and in con- 
sequence a wholesale destruction of documents must have taken place, 
which, had they been preserved, would have been of great value to the 
topographer and genealogist, as the rolls of assessments were very minute. 
One volume of assessments only appears to have escaped the general 
fate, and this contains the names of all the persons assessed in the 
county of Essex (with the exception of four towns), numbering about 
18,000, and, without doubt, includes many of the subsequent emigrants 
who went out from that county to New England, in the years 1637 and 
1638. A copy of this very interesting document has been prepared for 
publication. 

In i860, Mr. Samuel Gardner Drake, of Boston (Mass.), pub- 
lished his "Result of some Researches among the British Archives, for 
information relative to the Founders of New England^ 

That work first suggested the desirability of making a systematic 
collection of authentic documents relating to the early settlers in 
America, not only to those who removed to the New England States 
but to those also who settled in Virginia, the Summer Islands, Barba- 
does, Carolina, Jamaica, and other places. It is impossible to over- 
estimate the value of these records,, and it is a matter of the deepest 



INTRODUCTION. 



regret that comparatively so few have survived to the present time. 
Those that we have, therefore, of undoubted authenticity, are all the 
more to be prized. It is a transcript of some of these documents which 
is here submitted. The aim of the transcriber has been to present an 
absolute copy of the originals. He has not even ventured to correct 
palpable mistakes in the spelling of names, or other clerical errors. 
Where such occur, and they are by no means infrequent, he has called 
attention to the fact, either by inserting the correct word in brackets, 
or by adding a foot-note, but the text is a faithful reproduction of the 
originals. 

There are some papers included in Mr. DRAKE'S volume, which have 
not been deemed admissible in the bodyofthiswork, inasmuch as they are 
not in themselves official documents, but they may not inaptly be quoted 
here. The first to be noticed are the following lists, taken from the 
History of Sandwich, being transcripts of records belonging to the 
corporations of that port. 



A LIST OR REGISTER 

Of all such persons as embarked themselves in the good ship called the Hcrctdes, of Sandwich, 
of the burthen of zoo tons, John Witherley, master, and therein transported from Sandwich 
to the plantation called New England in America ; with the certificates from the ministers 
where they last dwelt of their conversation, and conformity to the orders and discipline of 
the church, and that they had taken the oath of allegiance and supremacy. (The certificates, 
all dated February and March, 1634, are here omitted.) 



Masters of p'amilies. 



Children. 

Seven 



and Mary his wife 



Servants. 
Seven 



Nathanl. Tilden of Tenterden yeoman and i 

Lydia his wife ' | by name byname 

Jonas Austen of Tenterden and Constance his ") ^ 

.^ f Four, 

wife ■ J 

Rob. Brook of Maidstone mercer and Anne his ) Seven 

wife ' 

Tho. Heyward of Aylesford taylor and SUSANNAH 1 

, . .^ ■ r Five, 

his wife J 

Will. Witherell of Maidstone schoolmaster) 

> Three 



One 



C—2 



XX 



INTRODUCTION. 



Masters of Families. 

Fannet of Ashford hemp-dresser. 

Tho Boney and Hen. Ewell of Sandwich, shoe- 
makers 

Will. Hatch of Sandwich merchant and Jane his 
wife 

Sam. Hinkley of Tenterden and Sarah his wife 

Isaac Cole of Sandwich carpenter and JOAN his | 



Children. 



Servants 



wife 



) 



Five 

Four. 

Two. 



Six 



A SeiYant. 



Six 
One 



Three 



three 



Three 



Tho. Champion of Ashford 
Tho. Besbeech of Sandwich 
JNO. Lewis of Tenterden and Sarah his wife 
Parnel Harris of Bow London 
James Sayers of Northbourn taylor 
Comfort Starre of Ashford chirurgion 
Jos. Rootes of Great Chart. 
Em. Mason of Eastwell wid. 

Margt. wife of Will. Johnes late of Sandwich, now \ 
of New England, painter J 

Jno. Best of the said parish taylor. 
Tho. BridGEI*? of Faversham husbandman and \ 

his wife. 3 

History of Sandwich, by W. BoYS, 1792, pp. 7SO-I 



A TRUE ROLL OR LIST 

Of the names, surnames, and qualities of all such persons who have taken passage from the 
town and port of Sandwich for the American plantations, since the last certificate of such 
passengers returned into the office of Dover Castle. 

Thomas Starr of Canterbury yeoman and i child 

Sarah his wife 
Edward Johnson of Canterbury joiner and 7 children 3 servants 

Susan his wife 



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XXI 



3 children 5 serv. 



3 serv. 



4 serv. 



I child 3 serv. 
5 children i serv. 



Nicholas Butler of Eastwell yeoman and 

JOICE his wife 
Samuel Hall of Canterbury yeoman and Joan 

his wife. 
Henry Bachelor of Dover brewer and 

Martha his wife 
Joseph Bachelor of Canterbury taylor and 

Elizabeth his wife 
Henry Richardson of Canterbury carpenter 

and Mary his wife 
jARVis BoYKETT of Chanington carpenter 
John Bachelor of Canterbury taylor 
Nathaniel Ovell of Dover cordwinder 
Thomas Calle of Faversham husbandman and 

Bennet his wife 
William Eaton of Staple husbandman and 

Martha his wife 
Joseph Coleman of Sandwich shoemaker and 

Sara his wife 
Matthew Smith of Sandwich cordwinder and 

Jane his wife 
Marmaduke Peerce of Sandwich taylor and 

Mary his wife 
Certified under the seal of office of mayoralty g'li June, 1637. 

History of Sandwich, by W. BOYS, 1792, p. 752. 



3 children 

3 children 

4 children 
4 children 



I serv. 



I serv 



I serv. 



We have next to notice the record compiled by Mr. DANIEL CuSH- 
ING, first printed in Mr. SOLOMAN Lincoln's Centennial Address, at 
Hingham, September 28, 1835. It contains the names of one hundred 
and seventy-five emigrants from the county of Norfolk, who emigrated 
between the years 1633 and 1638, almost wholly from Hingham, Wind- 
ham, and other neighbouring parishes, and who consequently called their 
new settlement Hingham. But there is something to be said about this 
emigration, which it is believed has hitherto escaped notice — that is, 



xxii INTRODUCTION. 



that the movement was largely fostered by, if not directly traceable to, 
the influence of John Haynes, who was subsequently Governor of 
Connecticut. 

The first name on the list referred to, is that of TheophilUS 
Gushing, from Hingham, who lived several years upon the farm o' 
Mr. Hains, as he is described in the original. Hitherto, Governor 
Haynes has always been regarded as an Essex man, and he is said to 
have married Mary, daughter of Robert Thornton, of Nottingham. 
This is not in accordance with the facts of the case, for JOHN Haynes 
was the son of another John Haynes, who lived at Great Hadham, 
and afterwards at Codicote, both in the county of Hertford, but inherited 
an estate in Essex, which had been purchased by his father. He mar- 
ried Mary, one of the three daughters and co-heirs of Robert Thorn- 
ton, who possessed a good estate in Hingham, Windham, and Wramp- 
lingham. Mr. THORNTON died when his daughter, who was afterwards 
Mrs. Haynes, was veiy young, and there are reasons for the belief that 
after the marriage, John Haynes went to reside at Hingham, and that 
their first child, called JOHN (whose name is not recorded by any gene- 
alogist either in England or America), was born there. But, before he 
left England, Mr. Haynes certainly took up his abode in Essex, on a 
newly-acquired property, called Copford. Taking then the residence at 
Hingham of a man of the character of Haynes, it is easy to account 
for the emigration from that place, especially as the first portion of the 
company went out in the same year ; indeed, there is every reason to 
suppose that they sailed in the same ship. There can be but little 
doubt that THEOPHILUS CUSHING was a trusted servant of John 
Haynes, and probably a family connection on his wife's side, her 
maternal grandmother being the heiress of Edmund Gushing, by 
which marriage the THORNTON family acquired the estates at Hing- 
ham, Windham, and V/ramplingham, which they enjoyed at the time 
Mr. Haynes married into that family. 

This list of Mr. GUSHING'S is undoubtedly of great value, tending, 
as it does, to confirm other statements and unofficial lists, but as it is 
only a compilation made by a private individual, it is not inserted in 
this work. 



INTROD UCTION. 



There is another very interesting paper included in Mr.DRAKE's 
work, which may be briefly noticed. It consists of extracts from the 
municipal records of Leyden, in Holland, made by the Hon. Henry C. 
Murphy. Many English families took refuge in Leyden, and the 
list referred to is a register of the births, marriages, and deaths which 
occurred there among the exiles. It was from Leyden that many 
of the first settlers in New England, popularly known as the Pilgrim 
Fathers, came, and embarking from English ports, sailed on board the 
ships Mayflower, Fortime,Ann, and Little James. 

Among other notices contained in this list, are the following : — 
William Bradford, of Austerfield, Eng., m. Nov. 30, 161 3, 

Dorothy May, of Witzbuts, Eng.* 
Edward Winslow, of London, m. 16 May, i6i8j Elizabeth 

Barker, of Chetsum, Eng.*. 
John Jenne, of Norwich, Eng., m. i Nov., 1614, Sarah Carey, 
of Moncksoon.f 
The three places here mentioned may be^ traced as Wisbeach, in 
Cambridgeshire ; Chesham, in Buckinghamshire ; and Monk Soham, 
in Suffolk. A family of the name of May certainly lived at Wis- 
beach at the time referred to, as did one of the name of Barker at 
Chesham. 

The foregoing extracts sufficiently demonstrate the nature of the 
Leyden records. Further notices are unnecessary, but the list of those 
who embarked in the before-mentioned ships is of sufficient value to 
entitle its insertion in this place, though it must be remembered that it 
is not absolutely official. It is taken from the interesting work of the 
Rev. Ashbel Steele, A.M., entitled " Chief of the Pilgi-ims, or the Life 
and Times of William Brewster." Philadelphia, 1857, pp. 401 — 410. 



* Both Bradford and Winslow sailed in the Mayflower. 

+ His wife probably died shortly afterwards, as the name of John Jenny is given alone in the 
following list as coming over in the Ann, or Little James. 



INTR OD UCTION. 



LIST OF PASSENGERS IN THE MAYFLOWER ; 

Being the names of those who came over first, in the year 1620, and were the founders of New 
Plymouth, which led to the planting of the other New England Colonies. This list of their 
" names " and families, was preserved hy Governor Bradford at the close of his History, 
and is here presented in the order in which he placed them. The value of such an accurate 
list cannot be too highly estimated. 

Mr. John Carver ; who was chosen their first Governor on their 'arrival 
at Cape Cod. He died the first spring; Katherine, his 
wife ; she died a few weeks after her husband, in the beginning 
of summer. 

Desire Minter ; afterwards returned to her friends, in poor health, and 
died in England. 

John Howland ; man servant, afterwards married the daughter of 
John Tillie, and had ten children. 

Roger Wilder ; man servant, died in the first sickness. 

William Latham ; a boy, after more than twenty years visited Eng- 
land, and died at the Bahama Islands. 

A maid servant ; who married, and died one or two years after. 

Jasper Moore ; who died the first season. 

Mr. William Brewster ; their Ruling Elder, lived some twenty-three 
or four years after his arrival. Mary, his wife ; died between 
1623 and 1627. Love Brewster; a son, married, lived to 
the year 1650, had four children. Wrestling Brewster ; 
youngest son. 

Richard More and Brother ; two boys placed with the Elder. Richard 
afterwards married, and had four or more children. His brother 
died the first winter. 

Mr. Edward Winslow ; Mr. W. afterwards chosen Governor, died in 
1655, when on a commission to the West Indies. Elizabeth, 
his wife ; died the first winter. Mr. W. left two children by a 
second marriage. 

George Soule and Elias' Story ; two men in W^inslow's family. G. 
Soule married and had eight children. E. Story died in the 
first sickness, 



INTRODUCTION. xxv 

Ellen More ; a little girl placed in Mr, Winslow's family, sister of 
Richard More, died soon after their arrival. 

Mr. William Bradford ; their second Governor, author of the history 
of the Plymouth Colony, lived to the year 1657. DOROTHY, 
his wife ; who died soon after their arrival. Governor Bradford 
left a son in England to come afterwards — had four children 
by a second marriage. 

Mr. Isaac Allerton ; chosen first assistant to the Governor. Mary, 
his wife ; who died in the first sickness. BARTHOLOMEW ; son, 
married in England. REMEMBER and Mary, daughters. Re- 
member married in Salem, had three or four children. Mary 
married in Plymouth, had four children. 

John Hook ; servant boy, died in the first sickness. 

Mr. Samuel Fuller ; their physician. His wife and child remained, 
and came over afterwards ; they had two more children. 

William Butten ; servant, died on the passage. 

John Crackston ; who died in the first sickness. John Crackston, 
his son ; who died some five or six years after. 

Capt. Myles Standish ; who lived to the year 1656 ; chief in military 
affairs. Rose, his wife ; died in the first sickness. Capt. Stan- 
dish had four sons living in 1650, by a second marriage. 

Mr. Christopher Martin and his wife ; Solomon Prower and John 
Langemore, servants ; all died soon after their arrival. 

Mr. William Mullins, his wife, Joseph, a son ; these three died the 
first winter. Priscilla, a daughter ; survived and married 
John Alden. Robert Carter, servant ; died the first winter. 

Mr. William White ; died soon after landing. Susanna, his wife ; 
afterwards married to Mr. E. Winslow. Resola'TID, a son ; 
married and had five children. Peregrtne, :i son ; was born 
after their arrival at Cape Cod, he cannot therefore be num- 
bered among the passengers proper ; married, and had two chil- 
dren before 1650. 

William Holbeck and Edward Thomson, servants ; both died soon 
after landing. 

Mr. Stephen Hopkins, and Elizabeth, his wife ; both lived ovtr 

d 



xxvi INTRODUCTION. 



twenty years after their arrival, and had a son and four daugh- 
ters born in this country. GILES, and CONSTANTIA, by a former 
marriage. Giles married ; had four children. Constantia mar- 
ried ; had twelve children. Damaris, a son, and OcEANUS, 
born at sea ; children by the present marriage. 

Edward Doty, and Edward Litster, servants. E. Doty by a second 
marriage had seven children ; after his term of service went to 
Virginia. 

Mr. Richard Warren ; his wife and five daughters were left, and came 
over afterwards. They also had two sons ; and the daughters 
married here. 

John Billington ; he was not from Leyden, or of the Leyden Com- 
pany, but from London. Ellen, his wife. JOHN, his son ; 
who died in a few years. FRANCIS, the second son ; married 
and had eight children. 

Edward Tillie, and Ann, his wife ; both died soon after their arrival. 
Henry Samson and Humility Cooper, two children, their 
cousins. Henry lived, married, had seven children. Humility 
returned to England. 

John Tillie, and his wife ; both died soon after they came on shore. 
Elizabeth, their daughter; afterwards married John Howland. 

Francis Cooke ; who lived until after 1650 ; his wife and other children 
came afterwards ; they had six or more children. JOHN, his 
son ; afterwards married ; had four children. 

Thomas Rogers ; died in the first sickness. Joseph, his son ; was 
living in 1650, married and had six children. Mr. Rogers' other 
children came afterwards, and had families. 

Thomas Tinker, wife and son ; all died in the first sickness. 

John Rigdale, Alice, his wife ; both died in the first sickness. 

James Chilton, hi^ wife ; both died in the first sickness. Mary, 
their daughter ; lived, married, and had nine children. An- 
other married daughter came afterwards. 

Edward Fuller, his wife ; both died in the first sickness. Samuel, 
their son ; married ; had four children, 

John Turner, two sons ; names not given ; all three died in the 



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first sickness. A daughter came some }'cars afterwards to 
Salem and there married. 

Francis Eaton, Sarah, his wife ; she died the first winter ; by a 
third marriage he left three children. Samuel, a son ; married 
and had one child. 

Moses Fletcher, John Goodman, Thomas Williams, Digerie 
Priest, Edmond Margeson, Richard Britterige, Rich- 
ard Clarke ; these seven died in the general sickness. The 
wife of D. Priest, and children, came afterwards, she being the 
sister of Mr. Allerton. 

Peter Brown ; lived some fourteen years after, was twice married, and 
left four children. 

Richard Gardiner ; became a seaman, and died abroad. 

Gilbert Winslow ; after living here a number of years, returned to 
England. 

John Alden ; " a hopeful young man," hired at Southampton, married 
Priscilla Mullens, as mentioned, and had eleven children. 

John Allerton. 

Thomas English, 

William Trevore, and — Ely ; two seamen ; are commonh' ^ut 
incorrectly reckoned in the number of the first coiioany of 
passengers for the Colony ; Bradford himself says . " Two ether 
seamen were hired to stay a year ; * * when their time was 
out they both returned." Accordingly he says of the Mayflozvcr 
company : " These being about a hundred souls, came over in 
the first ship." Afterwards he adds : " Of these one hundred 
persons who came over in this first ship together, the greatest 
half died in the general mortality, and most of them in two or 
three months' time." Omitting those two hired sailors who 
returned, and counting the person that died and the child that 
was born while on the passage as one passenger, we have the 
exact number — one hundred of the Pilgrim Company, "who 
came over in the first ship." And, as fifty-one died the first 
season, this enumeration makes good those other words of the 
historian, that, " the greater half died in the general mortality." 

d — 3 



xxviii INTRODUCTION. 



LIST OF PASSENGERS THAT ARRIVED, AFTER ONE 
YEAR, IN THE SECOND SMALL SHIP FORTUNE; 

Being parts of families, with otliei's, left in England or Holland the year before. They arrived 
at New Plymouth, on the nth of Nov., 1621. 

John Adams. 

William Bassite (Bassett, probably two in his family). 

William Beale. 

Edward Bompasse. 

Jonathan Brewster ; the oldest son of Elder Brewster. 

Clement Brigges. 

John Cannon. 

William Coner. 

Robert Cushman ; for several years the Leyden Company's agent in 
England. He returned in the Fortune to act still further as 
agent for the Company ; was of great service in various ways ; 
but died before coming again to settle in the Colony. Thomas 
Cushman, son of Robert, about twelve years old ; came with 
his father in the Fortune, became an exemplary man in the 
Colony, and succeeded Elder Brewster in the eldership, in 1649. 

Stephe'n Dean. 

Philip De La Noye. 

Thomas Flavell and son. 

Widow Ford and three children, William, Martha, and John. 

Robert Hickes. 

William Hilton. 

Bennet Morgan. 

Thomas Morton. 

Austin Nicholas. 

William Palmer (probably two in his family). 

William Pitt. 

Thomas Prince, or Prence ; married the Elder's daughter. Patience ■ 
was afterwards Governor. 

Moses Simonson. 



INTRODUCTION. 



Hugh Statie. 

James Steward. 

William Tench. 

John Winslow ; brother of Mr. Edward Winslow. 

William Wright. 



LIST OF THOSE WHO CAME OVER IN THE ANN AND 

LITTLE JAMES. 

The vessels parted company at sea ; the Ann anived the latter part of June, and the Little 
James some week or ten days later ; part of the nuraher were the wives and children o( 
persons already in the Colony. 

Anthony Annabal ; afterwards settled in Scituate. 

Edward Bangs ; settled in Eastham. 

Robert Bartlett. 

Fear Brewster and Patience Brewster; daughters of Elder 

Brewster. 
Mary Bucket. 
Edward Burcher. 
Thomas Clarke. This Thomas Clarke's grave-stone is the oldest on 

the Plymouth Burial Hill. 
Christopher Conant. 
Cuthbert Cuthbertson ; was a Hollander. 
Anthony Dix. 
John Faunce. 
Manasseh Faunce. 
Goodwife Flavell ; probaby the wife of Thomas Flavell, who came 

in the Fortune. 
Edmund Flood. 

Bridget Fuller ; apparently the wife of Samuel Fuller, the physician. 
Timothy Hatherly. 
William Heard. 
Margaret Hickes and her children ; the wife of Robert Hickes, who 

came in the Fortune. 



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William Hilton's wife and two children. He had sent for them before 

his death. 
Edward Hoi.man. 
John Jenny ; had "liberty, in 1636, to erect a mill for grinding and 

beating of corn upon the brook of Plymouth." 
Robert Long. 
Experience Mitchell. 
George Morton; he brought with him his son, Nathaniel, and four 

other children. NATHANIEL MoRTON ; son of George Morton, 

and afterwards Secretary of the Colony. 
Thomas Morton, jr. ; son of Thomas Morton, who came in the 

Fortune. 
Ellen Newton. 

John Oldham ; a man of some note afterwards. 
Frances Palmer ; wife of William Palmer, who came in the 

Fortune. 
Christian Penn. 
Mr. Perce's two servants. 
Joshua Pratt. 
James Rand. 
Robert Rattliffe. 
Nicholas Snow ; settled in Eastham. 
Alice Southworth ; widow, afterwards the second wife of Governor 

Bradford. 
Francis Sprague ; settled in Duxbury.. 
Barbara Standish ; i.e., second wife of Captain Standish, married after 

her arrival. 
Thomas Tilden. 
Stephen Tracy. 
Ralph Wallen. 



It must not be imagined that the following pages furnish by any 
means a complete list of the early settlers in America. In 1637 Thomas 



INTR on UCTION. xxxi 



Mayhew was appointed, for a term of twenty-one years, to keep a record 
of all those persons who left England " to passe into forraigne partes," 
but of Mayhew's lists nothing is to be found but the fragment com- 
mencing at page 287, and that continues but for a few months. It cannot 
be doubted but that other lists were made, but they are either lost, or 
are among the mass of papers still uncatalogued at the Record Office. 
We learn incidentally that ships left England almost daily for America, 
but no records of them, or of their passengers, remain. Thus among the 
registers of deaths in the parish of Deal, co. Kent, we find that on the 
4th of May, 1639, Margaret, wife of Thomas Waldigraue, bound for New 
England, was buried. Who was Thomas Waldigraue, and with what 
company did he sail .'' 

We know that many ships sailed from Bristol, among others Tlie Angel 
Gabriel and The James, conveying the Revd. Richard Mather and the 
Revd. Daniel Maude, but no records of departures from that port remain. 
Again, who were the companions who sailed in 1633 in the TJie Griffin, 
with John Haynes and the Revd. Thomas Hooker } Where are the lists 
of Tlie Arabella, and other ships, in which John Winthrop and the foun- 
ders of Massachusetts embarked .' Who went out with the Revd. Ezekiel 
Rogers from Rowley, and with Fenwick, and the Revd. Henry Whitfield .' 
These are but a few instances, to show how very imperfect are our records 
of the early settlers. 

Further, it should be borne in mind that only the names of those 
were taken who legally left the shores of England. At page 142, for 
example, and elsewhere throughout the book, we find that the passengers 
were examined by the minister touching their conformity to the church 
discipline of England, and that they had taken the oaths of allegiance 
and supremacy ; elsewhere (p. 106, &c.) we find it certified that they are 
no subsidy men, that is, men liable to the payment of a subsidy to the 
crown. Among the thousands who emigrated to New England, it can- 
not be doubted but that a very large number left to avoid ^payment of 
the hateful subsidy, and that they would not take the oaths of allegiance 
and supremacy. These, therefore, must have left secretly, and of such 
no record would exist. 

It is perhaps hardly necessary to say, that where, in the following 



'-^xxu INTR OD UCTION. 



lists, it is stated that so many people were transported to New England, 
it does not mean that they were sent as felons, as the word, at the present 
time, usually implies. It simply means that they were conveyed. Those 
persons, however, who were convicted for upholding the cause of the 
Duke of Monmouth (pp. 315 — 342), were undoubtedly i';'«;«/(3;'fe^, as we 
now understand the word. 

The Summer Islands, mentioned at pages 301 — 314, and elsewhere, 
are now called the Bermudas. In 1609, Sir GEORGE SoMERS, or SuMERS, 
was driven on the islands in the course of a voyage to Virginia, and from 
him the islands derived their name. The Virginia Company, who claimed 
the islands by the right of having discovered them, sold them to a com- 
pany of a hundred and twenty persons, who, having obtained a charter for 
their settlement in 1612, sent out sixty settlers, with a governor. During 
and immediately after the civil war in England, many persons of eminence 
took refuge in the Bermudas, among others the poet Waller, who cele- 
brated their beauty in a poem, entitled " The Battle of the Summer 
IslandsT 

Enough has been said to show the great value of the lists here given, 
and I trust that others may be induced to make further search among 
the documents in the Record Office, to bring to light the treasures there 
hidden. 

J. C. H. 

May, 1873. 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS, 

9 10 CAR. I. 

A REGISTER OF THE NAMES OF ALL THE PASSENGERS 

TO AMERICA, 

WHO PASSED FROM THE PORT OF LONDON 

IN THE YEARS 1634-35. 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS, 



Post festum Natalis Christi 1634, usq^ ad festum Nat. Christi 

1635- 

Secundo yanuarii, 1634. 

[HEIS under written are to be transported to Virginia, imbarqued 
in y= Merch'- Bonaventnre, James RiCCOSTE, M"'-, bound thither, 
have taken the oath of allegiance. 



Years. 

William Sayer 58 

Bazill Brooke 20 

Robert Percy 40 

Charles Hilliard 22 

Edward Clark 30 

John Ogell 18 

Richard Hargrave 20 

John Anderson 20 

Francis Spencer 23 

John Lewes 23 

Richard Hughes 19 

John Clerk 19 

William Guy 18 

John Burd 18 

James Redding 19 



Years. 

Richard Cooper iS 

Andrew J EFFERiES 24 

William Munday 22 

Arthur Howell 20 

Jo. Abby 22 

James Moyser 28 

Mathew Marshall 30 

William Smith 20 

Garrett Riley 24 

Miles Riley 20 

William Burch 19 

Peter Dole 20 

James Metcalf 22 

Jo. Underwood 23 

Robert Luck 25 

5—2 



36 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



Years. 

John Wood 26 

Walter Morgan 23 

Henry Irish 16 

George Greene 20 

Henry QuiNTON 20 

"^ Jo. Bryan 25 

Robert Payton 25 

Thomas Symonds 27 

MiCHAELL Browne 35 

John Hodges ■ 37 

John Edmonds 16 

Garret Pownder 19 

John Wise 28 

Henry Bunnell 23 

Symon Kenneday 20 

Tho. Hyet 22 

Thomas James 20 

Jo. Sotterfoyth 24 

Emanuell Bomer 18 

Leonard Wetherfield 17 

James Lickburrowe 20 

Tho. Smyer 18 

Jesper Withy 21 

Robert Kersley 22 

Jo. Spemgall 18 

Tho. Jesopp 18 

James Perkyns 42 

Daniel Green 24 

William Hutton 24 

John Wilkinson 19 

- Hugh Garland 20 

Richard Spicer 18 

Humphrey TopsALL 24 

Tho. Stanton 20 

Jo. Watson 28 



Years. 

Tho. Murfie 20 

John Fountaine 18 

Henry Redding 22 

LOUGHTON BOSTOCK l6 

John Russell ig 

Thomas Ridgeley 23 

Robert Harris 19 

William Mason 19 

Victor Derrick 23 

John Bamford 28 

Geo. Session 40 

Jo. Cooke 47 

Thomas Tomason 26 

Tho. Parson 30 

MiCHELL HOPKINSON 27 

William Surgisson 25 

Edward Fisher 35 

Robert Fisher 34 

Richard Ellis 29 

Jo. Atkinson 24 

Jo. Hickcombottom 24 

Joseph Washborn 22 

Richard Pitt 19 

Edward Mawr 19 

Jo. Futror 18 

Henry AuNNE 16 

Ellin Jones 18 

William Ridgdell^ 24 

Christopher Carnoll 23 

Jo. Feeldhouse 19 

Tho. Taylor 19 

Jo. Grimscroft 27 

Jesper Meston 27 

John Lee 17 

John Skorie 16 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



37 



Years. 
Jo. MOSELY l8 

JERREMY Redding i8 

Richard Ast 30 

John Rolinson 26 

Richard Glaister 31 

Protherock Alis 24 

John TowsE 26 

Richard Cave 28 

Thos. Goodman 25 

Phillipp Conner 21 

Launcelot Pryce 21 

Uxor Thomazine 18 

Kat. Yate 19 

averyn cowper 20 

John Dunn 26 

Leonard Evans 22 ■ 

Thos. Anderson 18 

Edward Cranfield 24 

Kjrc^r Ann Cranfield 18 

Jo. Baggley 14 

Tho. Smith 14 

William Weston 30 

Thomas Townsend 14 

Edward Davies 25 

Mary Saunders 26 

Jane Chambers 23 

Margaret MuDDOCK 21 

Roger Sturdev ANT 21 

John Wigg 24 

John Greenwood 16 

Andrew DuNTON 38 

John Wise 30 

William Hudson 32 

Tho. Edenburrow 37 

John Hill 50 



Years. 

Henry Rogers 30 

Robert Smithson 23 

Nicholas Harvy 30 

James Graston 22 

Daniell Daniell 18 

Reginoll Harris 25 

Geo. Burlingham {sic) 20 

Jo. Hutchinson 22 

James Grund 17 

Richard Harman 20 

Sam. Ashley 19 

Geo. Burlingham {sic) 20 

Elizabeth Jackson 17 

Sara Turner 20 

Mary Ashley 24 

Margaret Furbredd 20 

Margaret Huntley 20 

Richard Doll 25 

Thomas Perry 34 

Uxor Dorothy 26 

Ben. Perry 4 

Mary Carlton 23 

Abram Silvester 40 

Tho. Bolton 18 

Richard Champion 19 

Richard Champion 18 

Abram Silvester 14 

Elizabeth NuNicK 20 

Jo. Atkinson 30 

Richard Hore : 24 

Ralph Nicholson 20 

Robert More 19 

Joan Nubold 20 

Thos. Hebden 20 



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vj. yamt,arii, 1634. 



]HEIS. under written names are 
and the Barbadoes, James 
taken the oath of allegiance. 

Years. 

John Phillipps 21 

John Allin 23 

David JoHNES 24 

William White 30 

HUMPHERY DAVIES 22 

William Cannion 21 

Edward Lampeugh 35 

George Cliffe 26 

Abram Johnson 27 

Henry Wells 23 

John Usher 26 

Edmond Knight 21 

Thos. Rasbottom 23 

William Griggson 14 

Richard Jones 23 

Michael White 18 

Richard Borne 24 

Edward Fletcher 20 

Francis South 19 

John Conny 20 

Robert Skarvill 21 

Edward Robinson 18 

John Holland 15 

Edward Ash 20 

Tho. Sandby 17 

Thos. Greene 24 

Mark Theody 18 

William Burt 22 



to be transported to St. Chrystophers 
ROMSEY, M^'. bound thither, have 

Years. 

John Bowes 23 

Henry CuppLEDiKE 20 

Robert Stratford 16 

Robert Holland 19 

Tho. Borne 22 

Edward Roberts , 25 

John Carter 26 

George Sutton 19 

Edward Jennor 24 

Joseph Glade 20 

Peter Monk 29 

Richard Coke 38 

IssAC Peter 20 

Phillipp Squier 20 

Bartholomew Elude 24 

Richard Lawrence 20 

Daniel Smith 20 

John Symes 17 

Robert Kett 22 

Suzan Hudson 20 

Mary Sea 16 

John Shettleworth 28 

Richard Fryme 26 

Robert Holme 22 

John More 28 

Richard Perie 45 

Edward Jones 21 

Mark Ellvyn 20 



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39 



Years. 

Henry PuRSLYNN i8 

Richard Chitting 23 

Thomas Marfutt 22 

Richard Edmunds 18 

William Prichard 25 

Thomas Arnold 18 

Richard Chamblis 19 

Edward Brunt 25 

George Stokes 23 

Henry FooKES 21 

Robert Granger 21 

William Walter 26 

John Rods 20 

EZECHELL ClEMENTES 20 

Thomas Carpenter 20 

Thomas Smith 17 

John White 27 

John Watkinson 22 

Joseph Pardy 23 

Robert Langridge 20 

John Etherington 17 

George White 27 

Thomas Cockey 25 

Anthony Blackgrove 24 



Years. 

John Higgins 20 

William Hodgson 20 

Thos. Jenkynns 23 

John Greenewood 26 

John Place 22 

William Hayman 36 

Edward Savage 20 

John Conniers 21 

John More 30 

Robert Ground 22 

William Bruton 22 

William Walton 22 

William Seward- 26 

Henry Rymes 40 

John TowNE 27 

Henry Iles 17 

Bryan Erle 21 

John Fox 19 

Robert GiLBY 18 

Robert Baker 50 

Thomas Peck 20 

William Harris 35 

Christian Mynnikyn 19 



17 February, 1634. 

|HEIS under written names are to be transported to the Barbadoes, 
imbarqued in the Hopewell, Cap'- Thomas Wood, Master, bound 
thither, the passengers have taken the oath of allegiance and supremacie. 



Years. 

William Usher 22 

Richard Hanby 23 



Years. 

Richard Jackson 17 

John Hill 19 



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LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



Years. 

Richard Clynton 23 

John Harrison 46 

James Read 19 

DUNSTON KEMBER 20 

William Owen 23 

John Free 25 

Richard Gane 19 

Thomas Richards 19 

William Nicks 23 

Martin Perkynn •. 20 

Anthony Bland 24 

John Dymond 29 

Thomas Dayil 20 

William Walker....' 21 

Ralph Harwood 23 

Phillipp Philpott 30 

James Pallister 28 

Richard Clark 21 

Daniell Baker 20 

John Tayler 23 

Thomas Prosser 20 

John Craton 20 

Thomas Smith 21 

John Johnson 18 

Richard Holmes 24 

Ralph Terrett 24 

Henry Tatnum 20 

Alexander Smith 18 

John Crapp 37 

John Faux 36 

Joseph Bryan 20 

Nevill Hutchins 20 

William Walters 22 

William Puttex 20 

Archibald Weyer 18 



Years. 

Nathaniel Cobham 17 

Jarvaice Dodderidge 21 

John Derborn 23 

William Seriff 19 

John Offword 24 

Thomas Lee 20 

Robert Richards 18 

George H iter 18 

John Dreadd 17 

Arthur Wynd 17 

Richard Osborne 22 

John Phillipps 37 

John Steevens 13 

John Reddhedd 28 

William Gibson 18 

Thomas Waterman 27 

Thomas Jones 19 

Jo. NiSOM 23 

Edward Layton 30 

William Benson 28 

John Whitehedd 23 

Richard Barnard 23 

Henry Long 21 

John Wilks 22 

Thomas Wellman 21 

Tho. Gaton 25 

William Allin 25 

Tho. Lotteny 20 

Robert Porter 20 

John Hughes 20 

Henry Atkyns 22 

Robert Kember 21 

Robert Mills 19 

John Da VIES 25 

Thomas Crowder 21 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



41 



Years. 

Richard Purnell 21 

Robert Lynley 20 

Henry Holmes 44 

John Key 30 

John Williams 21 

John Fowler 24 

John Owen 20 

Owen Williams 21 

Thomas Drew 26 

William Bumstedd 21 

Edward Johnson 20 

John Bownd 20 

John Haies 30 

John Lyon 17 

William Corser 24 

Thomas Trigg 21 

Robert NiSBETT 19 

William Caddy 21 

John Cassedy 20 

Alexander More 24 

Richard Wellyn 25 

Richard Griffes 24 

Arthur Yeomans ■. . 24 

Nicholas Hobson 23 

William Marrow 25 

Francis Dene 21 

John Philpott 16 

John Strattergood 18 

Wm. Cant 19 

Henrie Speckman . . . .^ . . . 27 

John Yates 19 

Wm. Ranse 27 

George Selman 16 

Nicholas Blades 21 

John Clark 24 



Years. 

Tho. Eyerie 19 

Tho. Medwell 31 

Jo. Basher 20 

James Ellerton 18 

Richard Hands 19 

Medusala Wattes 20 

Tho. Hames 19 

Phillipp Cartwrite 20 

John Loftis 21 

Nichell Rocks 21 

Jo. Ling 45 

Tho. Sherman 26 

Wm. Jackson 30 

James Goldingham 32 

Richard Rainolds 19 

Jo. Nokes 20 

Francis Symonds 21 

Thomas Lurting 21 

James Anderson 19 

Walter Jago 20 

John Bead 22 

John Young 19 

Thomas Hubbard 20 

Edward Browne 24 

William Seere 22 

Wm. Levyns 22 

Jo. Hamond 17 

Edward Pullin 27 

James Cullimor 22 

Jo. DE Park 28 

Richard Walton 21 

Robert Collie . , 20 

Joseph Hepworth 33 

William Walters 32 

Daniell Smith 33 

6 



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LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



Years. 

Richard Trueman 24 

William Masters 21 

John Clere 26 



Years. 

Randall Ogden 19 

Thomas Browne 1 1 



II May, 1634. 

De Parochia, St. ISsaiHEIS underwritten names are to be transported to 
Cripplegate. J ^°^-""' New England, having brought Certificates from the' 
Justices of the Peace, and Minister of the parish, the ptie. hath taken the 
oaths of allegeance and supremacie. 

Peter Howson, 31 years, and his wife, Ellin- Howson, 39 
years old. 



Tun-is, 
London. 



i|HEIS underwritten names are to be transported to New 
England, having brought attestacon and certificates from 
the Justices of Peace, and Minister of the parish, according to the lis. of 
the counsell's order, the ptie. hath taken the oath of allegeance and 
supremacie. 

Thomas Stares 31 years. ] Suzan Johnson 12 years. 



16 March, 1634. 



Mildred, 
Bredstret, 



HEIS underwritten names are to be transported to New 
England, imbarqued in the Chrystian, de Lo. JOHN 
White, M"^ , bound thither ; the men have taken the oath of allegeance 
and supremacie. 

Yeare. Years. 

Francis Stiles 35 Thomas Barber 21 

Thomas Bassett 37 Jo. Dyer. 28 

George Chappell 20 Jo. Harris 28 

Robert Robinson 45 James. Horwood 30 

Thqmas Stiles 20 Jo. Reeves , 19 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



43 



Year 

THO. FOULFOOT 22 

James Busket 28 

Thomas Coop 18 

Edward Preston 13 

Jo. Cribb 30 

Edward Patteson 33 

Francis Marshall 30 

Richard Heylei 22 

Thos. Halford 20 



Years 

Thos. Haukesworth 23 

Jo. Stiles '. 35 

Henry Stiles 40 

Jane Worden 30 

Joan Stiles 35 

Henry Stiles 3" 

John Stiles 9 mo. 

Rachell Stiles 28 



22 March, 1634. 

|HEIS underwritten names are to be imbarqued in y' Planter, Nick 
Trarice, M""', bound for New England, per certificat from 
Stepney parish, and attestacon from SiR Thos. Jay and M""- Simon Mus- 
KETT, Justices of the Peace, and the men have taken the oath of 
supremacie and allegeance. 

Years. 

Nicholas Davies 40 

Sara Davies 48 

Joseph Davies 13 

P^OBERT Stevens, a sawyer . . 22 

John More, a labourer 24 

James Haieward 22 

Judith Phippin 16 



Years. 



William Lock 6 

Jo. Maddox, a sawyer 43 

James Lonnin, glover 26 



J 



4 servants. 



26 March, 1635. 

jHIS underwritten name is to be imbarqued in the Peter Bonaven- 
ture, Tho. Harman, M'^', bound for the Barbadoes and St. 
Chrystophers, per certificate from St. Andrews parish, Holborn, and 
attestacon from JUSTICE Grimston and JUSTICE Sheppard, hath taken 
the oath of allegeance and supremacie. 

William Banks 21 years, 

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LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



I April, 1635. 

|N the Hopcivell, of London, William Bundocke, M'- , for New 
England. 

Years. 

Jo. Cooper . . . . ; 41 "j of Oney, in 

Edmond Farrington 47 \ Bucking- / Theis have taken 

William Parryer .. se-' hamshire. J the oath of 

Geo. Griggs, of Landen 42 -j in 1 allegeance and 

Philip Kyrtland, of Sherington 21 >- Bucking- ^supremacie. 
Nath. Kyrtland, „ 19-' ham. 

Thomas Griggs 15"] 

William Griggs .... 14 | 

Eliza Griggs 10 )■ Children of George Griggs, aforesaid. 

Mary Griggs 6 j 

Janet Griggs 2 J 

WiBROE 42 years, wife of John Cooper. 

Eliza 49 ,, „ Edward Farrington. 

Alyce 37 „ „ William Parryer. 

Alyce 43 „ „ George Griggs. 

Mary Cooper 13. 

Jo. Cooper 10 / „, ,, , 

Thomas Cooper ^ |> Children of John Cooper, aforesaid. 

Martha Cooper .... 5 ' 

Phillip Phillipp 15 years, servt. to Jo. Cooper. 

Sarra Farrington . . 14. 
Mathew Farrington 12 / 

Jo. Farrington ii\ ^'^'^^'^'^ °f ^dw. Farrington. 

Eliza Farrington . . 8 ' 

Mary Parryer 7 s 

Sarra Parryer 5 I Children of William Parryer. 

Katherine Parryer 18 mo. 3 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



45 



2 April, 1635. 

ilHEIS underwritten are to be transported to New England, im- 
barqued in the Planter, NICHOLAS Trarice, M'' , bound thither, 
the pties have brought certificates from the Minister of St. Albans, 
Hertfordshire, and attestacon from the Justices of peace, according to 
the Lords order. 



Years. 

Jo. TUTTELL, a mercer 39 

Joan Tuttell 42 

John Lawrence 17 

William Lawrence 12 

Maria Lawrence 9 

Abigall Tuttell 6 

Symon Tuttell 4 

Sara Tuttell 2 

Jo. Tuttell i 

Joan Antrobuss 65 

Maria Wrast 24 

Tho. Greene 15 

NODHIM Hafire, servant to 

Jo. Tuttell 16 

Maria Chittwood 24 

Tho. Olney, shoemaker .... 35 

Maria Olney 30 

Thomas Olney 3 

Epenetus Olney i 

Thomas Carter 25 

Michael Willinson 30 

Elizabeth Morrison 12 



} 



Years. 

Geo. Giddins, husbandman . . 25 

Jane Giddins 20 

Thomas Savage, a taylor .... 27 
Richard Harveie, a taylor. . 22 
Francis Peboddy, husband- 
man 21 

William Wilcockson, lynnen 

vvever 34 

Margaret Wilcockson 24 

Jo. Wilcockson 2 

Chas. Harvie 22 

Wm. Beardsley, a mason .... 30 
Maria Beardsley .... o ..... . 26 

Maria Beardsley 4 

John Beardslie 2 

Joseph Beardslie 6 mo. 

Alan Parley, husbandman . . 27 
WiLLM, Felloe, shoemaker. . 24 
Francis BaKer, a taylor .... 24 

Servants to George Giddins. 



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LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



3 April, 1635. 

James Weaver, statinor 23 years. 

EPUND Weaver, 28 years, and his wife, Margaret, aged 30 year% 
husbandman, dwelling in Auckstren, in Herefordshire. 



IHEIS underwritten names are to be transported to New England, 
imbarqued in y= Hopewell, W- Wm. BUNDICK, the pties have 
brought certificates from the Minister and Justices of the Peace, that 
they are no subsedy men. They have taken the oath of allegeance and 
siipremacie. 

Years. 

John Astwood, husbandman 26 

Jo. Ruggells 10 

Martha Carter 27 

Marie Elliott 13 

Laurence Whittimore, hus- 
bandman, p. cert, from Stun- 
stell Abbey, in co. Hert 61 

Elizabeth Whittimore .... 57 

Elizabeth Turner 20 

Sara Elliott 6 

Robert Day 30 

William Peacock, of Nazing, 
in Essex • 12 

Jo. Ruggells, shoemaker .... 44 

Uxor Barbara Ruggells, . . 30 

Jo. Ruggells 2 

Elizabeth Elliot 8 

Giles Payson 26 

Isaac Morris 9 



Years, 
Isaac DisbroUGH, husband- 
man, of Ell-Tyley, in co. Cam- 
bridge 18 

Eliz. Elliott 30 

Lyddia Elliott 4 

Phillip Elliot 2 

Jo. Peat, husbandman, of Duf- 

fill parish, in Derbieshire . . 38 
Robert Titus, husbandman, of 

St. Katherines 35 

Uxor Hanna Titus 31 

Jo. Titus 8 

Edmond 5 

Edward Keele 14 

Jo. GOUDBY 16 

Jo. Bill 13 

Tho. Greene 15 

George Woodward, fish- 



monger 35 

P. certs from Sir George Whitmore and Sir Nich, Raynton, 
two Justices of y= Peace in London, and from Jo. Thorp, Minister of 
the parish of St. Buttolpt Billingsgate. 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



47 



|0 be imbarqued y" ih.e Peter Bonavenf de London, Cap'- Harman, 
Mr- , for Barbadoes. Theis pties hereunder expressed, have 
brought certificates from the two Justices of Peace, that they toke the 
oathe of allegeance and supremacie, and also cert, from y° Minister of 
the parish, this 3d April, 1635. 



Years. 

Thomas Hathorne 22 

William Morrison 23 

Ralph Vaughan 22 & J 

Jane Maddockes 21 



Years. 

Alice Mace 22 

Margrett Ellgate 24 

Margrett Hartforde .... 22 



4 Aj>ril, 1635. 

N the Peter BonavenV de London, Capt. Harman, for Barbadoes. 
Theis two parties brought certs, from two Justices of Peace, and 
the Minister of their conformity, according to order. 

William Clerke .29 years. | Tho. Sergeant 23 years. 



6 Aprils 1635. 

I HEIS pties heereunder mentioned are to be transported to New 
England, imbarqued in the Planter, Nicholas Trarice, M""- , 
bound thither. They have brought certificates from the Justices of 
Peace and Minister of the parish that they are conformable to the 
orders of y= Church of England, and are no subsidy men ; they have 
taken the oath of supreniacie and allegeance, die and an°- pred' . 

Martin Saunders, a carrier 40 years. 

Uxor Rache-l Saunders 40 „ 

r Lea Saunders „ 10 years. 

3 children -| Judith Saunders 8 „ 

^ Martin Saunders 4 „ 



48 LICENCES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 

r Marie Fuller 17 years. 

3 servants <| Richard Smith 14 „ 

^ RiCHD. Ridley 16 „ 

Francis Newcom, husb. . . 30 „ 

r Rachell Newcom 20 „ 

wife and 2 children -| Rachell Newcom .... 2 & J „ 

V Jo. Newcom 9 mo. „ 

a glover, Anthony Stannion 24 „ 

Daniel Hanbury 29 „ 

Francis Dexter 13 „ 

WillDawes_ IS „ 

Maria Saunders 15 „ 



a Taylor, Clement Bates 



40 years: 



Ann Bates 40 

James Bates 14 

Clement Bates 12 

Rachel Bates 8 

Joseph Bates 5 

Ben. Bates 2 

(■ Jo. Wynchester . . . . 19 
2 servants -{ „ ^ 

\ Gervase Gold 30 



5 children 



Theis pties imbarqued in 
theBltz., W- Wm. Stagg, 
bound for New England, 
p. cert, from the Justice 
and Minister of the par- 
ish. 



More for the Planter. 

Years. 

husbandman, Richard Tuttell 42 

Ann Tuttell 41 

Ann Tuttell 12 

Jo. Tuttell, 10 

Rebecca Tuttell 6 

Isabella Tuttell 70 

Marie Wolhonston 30 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



49 



Years. 

husbandman, William Tuttell 26 

Elizabeth Tuttell 23 

Jo. Tuttell i\ 

Ann Tuttell 2 i 

Tho. Tuttell 3 mo. 

Sycillie Clark 16 

Marie Bill 11 



Years. 
PhILLIPP ATWOOD 12 

Barthol Faldoe 16 

*ThI)s. Pell, a carpenter .... 26 

Mame Pem. 26 

Ma^iePeul c. I 

WllfclAM i-EN 16 

Francis Bushnell, a carpen- 
ter 26 



Years. 

Maria Bushnell 26 

Martha Bushnell i 

William Len 16 

Maria Smith 18 

Elizabeth Swayne 20 

Margaret Leach 15 

Hanna Smith 18 

Ann Wells i S 



JN the Hopewell, William Bundock, M''-, bound for New Eng- 
land, &c. 

Years. 

James Burgis 14 

Alexander Thwaits ; 20 

Jo. Abbott 16 

Jo. Bellomes 12 

' Jo. JOHNES 18 

Christiom Luddington .... 18 

Marie Abbott 16 

Marie Coke 14 

Marie Peake 15 

a taylor, Tho. Pell 22 

a glazier, Jo. Bushnell 21 



[* These four names are crossed through in the original MS. — J. C. H.] 

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LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



jp^N the Rebecca, of London, M"--, — HoDGES, for New Eng- 
a husbandman, Peter Underwood 22 years. 

ISABELL CRADDOCK 30 „ 



7 April, 1635. 

[b'SIHIS ptie under mencioned is to be imbarqued in the Planter, 
ImI-toI bound for New England, p. certf. from ALDERMAN Fenn, of his 
conformitie, and he hath taken the oath of allegeance and supremacie. 

Richard Fenn 27 years. 



3 April, 1635, at Gravesend. 

|HEIS underwritten names are to be transported to St. Christophus, 
imbarqued in the Paid, of London, Jo. ACKLIN, M"--, bound 
thither; there was cert, brought from the Minister of St. Katherine's 
of their conformitie, of their disciphne and orders to y= Church of Eng- 
land, the men did take the oath of allegeance and supremacie. 

Years. 

Ralph Reason 23 

Edward Merrifield 19 



Robert Wade 35 

William Haies 24 

Geo. Rishford 24 

Mathew Moyses 17 

Robert Richardson 20 

Jo. Mountain 20 

Jo. Willis 29 

Jo. French 18 



Years. 

Tho. Watson 29 

David Evans 22 

Stephen Garret , 19 

Wm. Beddle 19 

Richard Lock 20 

Abram Watson 19 

James Carter 25 

Wm. Searsbrick 23 

William Church 21 

John Reinolds 23 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



SI 



Years. 

Henry Bayin 22 

William Lamyn 21 

Hanna Roper 23 

Henry Lea 30 

Edward Smallman 21 

Robert Atkinson 23 

Tho. Fearfax 22 

Mathew- Turner 46 

Edward Gass 20 

Henry Sentence 20 

Edmond Davies 21 

Edward Barnes 16 

Tho. Nott 18 

Jo. Adams 16 

Edward Gray 33 



Years. 

Jo. Watts 21 

Edward Fisher 27 

Richard Crowder 28 

Richard Preston 21 

Richard Older. 24 

William King 18 

John Holmes 22 

Nico. Seden 20 

Fra. Stott 32 

Philip Jenings 25 

Tho. Spendergrass 24 

Richard Danes 20 

Robert Spurr 24 

Nicho. Hollis 20 



|N the Peter Bonaventure, Thomas Harm an, M""-, bound for the 
Barbadoes, theis underwritten names p. order ; they have taken 
y= oath of supremacie and allegeance. 

Years. 

Tho. Berkym 24 

Jo. Westgarth 28 



Jo. Sweeting 26 

James Townson 29 

RicHD. Dawson 28 

Tho. Greenwood 15 

Tho. Iveson 36 

Tho Hywood 22 

Wm. Banks 23 

Jo. Greenly , 20 

Daniel Davies 26 

Robert Braban 29 

Jo. Thomas 25 



Years, 

Richard Leach 22 

Richard Abbott 20 

Ambrose Huett 27 

Jo. White 25 

Jo. Weston 26 

William Weston 16 

Wm. Howseman 12 

RiCHD. Chapman - . . -40 

Tho. Cutler 33 

James Jackson ■. 33 

Jo. Smitheman 23 

Robert Savage 21 

Geo. Penny 24 

7—2 



52 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS, 



Years. 

Jo. Pattman 23 

Tho. Coke 30 

Jo. Symonds 19 

Jo. Boone 12 

NicHo. Evans 16 

Jo. Wydhouse IS 

RiCHD. HOLLINBY 20 

Will Lodge 13 

Isaac Pratt 22 

Jo. Evans 17 

James Robards 20 

RiCD. Clark 19 

Geo. Plunckett 19 

Wm. Marrowdin. 19 

Jo. Alliday 20 

Walter Gibson 25 

Jo. Wynkles 20 

Jo. Vynn 17 

Robert Roe 19 

Maurice Willins 18 

Dennis Mortagh 30 

Gregorie Ogell 15 

Jo. Long 20 

Tho. Farmer 22 

Mathew Westwood 18 

Robert Pendred 40 

Wm. Beckkitt 26 

Jo. Hynd 24 

Roger Wills 20 

Jo. Sessions 22 

Capten Jacob Luke 30 

RiCHD. Speed 35 

Arthur Watkyns 25 



Years. 

Jo. Dent 3° 

Jo. Sawcott 18 

Jo. Bunce 18 

Jo. Robinson 26 

RiCHD. Pell 22 

Jo. Disherd 22 

Tho. Lamberd 23 

Mary Loveley 35 

Anne Loveley 10 

Jo. Dukkarth 31 

RiCD. Mansfield 22 

Wm. Whitlock 31 

Jo. Thomson 31 

RiCD. Brownley 19 

Jo. Mather 21 

David Robinson 20 

Tho. Evans 20 

Wm. Mecham 20 

Tho. Tedder 19 

Daniel Dennis 22 

Luke Stokes 35 

Phillipp Henson 21 

Jo. JOYNER 25 

Robert Johnson 26 

Geo. Chapman 17 

Wm. Aston 17 

Adrian Coke 27 

Robert Philkynn 25 

Jno. Sympson 29 

Steaven Greenly 16 

Margaret Lu cocks 27 



Annis Percy 



24 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND 7HE SEAS. 53 



8 April, 1635. 

|HEIS pties hereunder mentioned are to be transported to New 
England, embarqued in the Elizabeth, of London, Wm. Stagg, 
M""- , bound thither ; they have taken the oath of allegeance and supre- 
macie, p. certs, from the parish of St. Alphage, in Cripplegate, the 
Minster there. 

Tanners, Wm. Holdred 25 years. 

Roger Preston 21 „ 

Daniel Brodley 20 „ 

Isaac Stud MAN 30 „ 



|HAT theis 3 pties prd. are no subsidie men we, whose names 
hereunto are written, belonging to Blackwell Hall, do averr and 
they are none 

Robert Farrands, 
Thomas Smith. 



HEIS pties hereunder written are to be transported in the Planter 
prst. p. c'dat. from the Minister of Kingston upon Thames, in the 
County of Surrey, of their conformitie, and that they are no subsidy. 

a miller. Palmer Bingley 21 years. 

an ostler, Wm. Butterick 20 „ 

a miller, Jho. Jewell 27 „ 



9 April, 1635. 

JN the Elizabeth, of London, prd. M'- WiLLM. Stagg, bound for 
New England. Theis underwritten names havebrought cert, from 
y= Minister of Hauckust, in Kent, and attestation from two Justices o^ 



54 LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 

Peace, being conformable to the Church of England, and that they are 
no subsidy men. 

Years. 

a clothier, James HosMER 28 

r Uxor, Ann Hosmer 27 

wife and 2 children X Maria Hosmer 2 

^Ann Hosmer 3 mo. 

., . (■ Marie DoNNARD 24 

maid servants i , , , , 

I Marie Martin 19 

Jo. Ston 40 

Edward Gold 28 

Geo. Russell 19 

Jo. Massell 15 



9 April, 1635, 

ilN the Rabecca, W- ]0. HODGES, bound for New England. 

husbandman, Jacob Welsh 32 years. 

Geo. Woodward 35 „ 



|HEIS under written names are to be transported to New England, 
imbarqued in the Rebecca, prd. 

Years. Years. 

Elizabeth WiNCKOLL ... 52 



Jo. WiNCKOLL 13 



Wm. Swayne aged 16 

Francis Swayne 14 



17 April, 1635.. 

UN the Eliza and Am, %*■ Ro. Cooper, for New England. 
Thomas Hedhall 47 years. 






LICENSES TO GO BMYOND THE SEAS. 

N the Encrease of Lond., s<i ROBERT Lea, for New England. 

a mason, Geo. Baron 43 years. 

Samuel 12 years. 



SS 



Jo 



I Children of the said mason. 



Susan 10 

a husbandman, Tho. JOSTLIN 43 years 

Rebecca, his wife 43 „ 

Eliza Ward, a maid servant ... 38 „ 

Rebecca 18 

Dorothy 11 

Nathaniel 8 

Eliza 6 

Mary i 



Children of the said 
Thomas Jostlin. 



10 April, 1635. 

|HEIS under written names are to be transported in the Planter, 
prd. NiCo. Trarice, M''-- bound for New England, per cert, of the 
Minister of Sudburie in Suffolk, and from the Maior of the Towne of 
his conformitie to the orders and discipline of the Church of England, and 
that he is no subsidy man, he hath taken the oath of allegiance and 
suprem. 

carrier, Richard Hasfell 54 years. 

Uxor, Martha 42 „ 

Maria Hasfell 17 „ 

Sara Hasfell 14 „ 

S daughters. J Martha Hasfell 8 „ 

Rachell Hasfell 6 „ 

^ Ruth Hasfell 3 j, 

Alice Smith 40 „ 

Elizabeth Coop 24 „ 

Jo. Smith ■ 13 „ 

Job Hawkins 15 ,, 



S6 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



|N the Planter, prd. Theis under written are to be transported to 
New England. 

Eylin Hanford 46 years. 

r Margaret Hanford 16 „ 

daughters -^ j.j^j2ABETH Hanford 14 „ 

RODOLPHUS ElMES IS „ 

Tho. Stansley 16 ,, 



|N the Elizabeth of London, Wm. Stagg, M-'- Bound for New 
England. 

William Wild 30 years. 

Peter Thorne 20 „ 

Alice Wild 40 „ 



II April, 1635. 



N the Eliz. prd., Wm. Stagg, M>-- bound for New England, the 

pties. under written hath brought certificates according to order. 

Years. Years. 
Jo. CLUFFE 22 

Jo. Wild 17 

Samuel Haieward 22 

Jo. Duke 20 



a carpenter, Wm. Whitteredd 36 

Uxor Elizabeth 30 

sonn, Tho. Whittredd... 10 



N the Planter, prd. Theis under written names are to be trans- 
ported to New England, p. certificate according to order. 



Sara Pittnei 22 

„ ,.,, ("SaraPitnei 7 

2 children \ „ ' 

(. Samuel Pitney . \\ 



Margaret Pitney 22 

Rachell Deane 31 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



57 



13 A/>ri/, 1635. 

Ira^N the Elizabeth and Ann, W- ROGER CooP, bound for New 
l^i^l England, p. cert, from the Maior of Evesham, in com. Worw""' 
& from the Minister of y'- parish of their conformitie. 

Years. 

Margerie Washborn 49 

Jo. Washborne 141 

T1 ,TT M sonns. 

Phillipp Washborne iij 



]N ^t Elizabeth, de London, Wm. Stagg, M''- prd. Theis under 
written names brought certificates from the Minister of St. 



Saviours, Southwark, of their conformitie, 

Years. 

Tho. Millet 30 

CZaror Marie Millet 29 

Ursula Greenwav 32 

Henry Bull 19 



Years. 

JosuA Wheat ■• 17 

Jo. Smith 12 

Ralph Chapman 20 

Tho. Millet 2 



|HIS underwritten name is to be imbarqued in y= " Jiicrease," 
Robert Lea, M''- bound for New England, p. cert, from Bil- 
lerecay in Essex, and from the Minister of the parish that he is no 
subsidy man. 

husbandman, Wm. Rusco 41 

et uxor Rebecca 40 

Sara Rusco ... 9 

Marie Rusco ... 7 , , ., , 

\ A children. 
Samuel s 

Wm. Rusco i 



58 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



l^^lN the " increase," prd. Theis under written names are to be 
I^Lal transported to New England, p. cert, from All S'^- Staynings, 
Mark-lane, of their conformation to the Church of England. 

Years. 

a Taylor, Tho. Page 29 

Elizabeth Page . 28 'j 

Thomas Page ... 2 l Wife and 2 children. 

Katherine Page, i -' 

Edward Sparks 22^ 

T^ ^ 5-2 servants. 

Kath. Taylor 24 J 



N t\iQ EtizabelhdinA Ann, ROGER CooP"-, M'- Theis pties. here- 
under expressed are to be embarqued for New England, having 
taken the oath of allegeance and supremacie, and likewise brought cer- 
tificates from the Ministers and Justices where their abidings were latlie 
of their conformitie to the discipline and orders of the Church of Eng- 
land, and that they are no subsidy men. 



Yeai-s. 

Robert Hawkynns, husb. ... 25 

Jo. Whitney 35 

Jo. Palmerley 20 

Richard Martin 12 

Jo. Whitney 11 

Richard Whitney 9 

Nathaniel Whitney 8 

Tho. Whitney 6 

Jonathan Whitney i 

Nicholas Sension 13 

Henry Jackson 29 

William Hubbard 35 



Years. 

Thomas Hubbard 10 

Tho. Eaton i 

Marie Hawkynns 24 

Ellen Whitney 30 

Abigall Eaton 35 

Sara Cartrack 24 

Jane Damand 9 

Mary Eaton 4 

Marie Broomer 10 

Mildred Cartrack 2 

Joseph Alsopp 14 



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59 



N the Susan and Ellin, Edward Payne, M"'- bound for New 
England, theis pties. hereunder expressed have brought certifi- 
cates from the Minister and Justices, of their conformitie, and that they 
are no subsidy men. 



Years. 

John Procter, husbandman . 46 

Martha Procter 28 

John Procter 3 

Marie Procter i 

Alice Street 28 

Walter Thornton, husb. ... 36 

Joanna Thornton 44 

John North 20 

Mary Pynder 53 

Francis Pynder 20 

Marie Pynder 17 

Joanna Pynder 14 

Anna Pynder 12 

Katherine Pynder 10 

Jo. Pynder 8 

Richard Skofield 22 

Edward Weeden 22 

George WiLBY 16 

Richard Hawkins 15 

Thomas Parker 30 

Symon Burd 20 

Jo. Mansfield 34 

Clement Gold 30 

Jo. Jones 20 

Wm.Barrow 19 

Phillipp Atwood 13 

Wm. Snowe 18 

Edward LUMUS 24 



Yaars. 

Richard Saltonstall, husb. 23 

Merriall Saltonstall 22 

Merriall Saltonstall ...9 mo. 

Tho. Wells 30 

Peter Coop 28 

Wm. Lambart 26 

Samuel Podd 25 

Jeremy Belsher 22 

Marie Clifford 25 

Jane Coe 30 

Marie Riddlesden 17 

Jo. Pellam 20 

Mathew Hitchcock 25 

ToMAZiN Carpenter 35 

Edmond Gorden 18 

Margaret Leach 22 

Elizabeth Swayne 16 

Ann Wells 20 

Hanna Smith 30 

William BuTTRicK 18 

Elizabeth NiCHOLLS 25 

Ann Fowle 25 

Tho. Sydlie 22 

Marie Smith 21 

Grace Bernlie_ 30 

Dyonis Tayler 48 

Jo. Backley 15 

8—2 



6io LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS, 

15 May, 1635. 
Penelopy Pellam, 16 years, to pass to her broth, plantun. 



14 April, 1635. 

|N the Increase, of London, M""- Robert Lea, bound for New 
England. 

Robert Corpeli., gouldsmith in Lombert St., sent them away. 

Samuel Andrews aged 37 "^^^'^ have taken the oath of allege- 

Robert NiMEY „ 22 U'^'^^ ^"^ supremacy, and have 

Robert Samkey „ 30 [brought certificates of the confor- 

James Gibbons „ 2 1 J "^i^y, which are this day filed. 

And rest : 
JiNNE, the wife of the above named Samuel Andrews, aged 30 years. 

Years. -. 

Ellen Long, her servant aged 20 ) All for New England, in 

Jane Andrews, her daughter „ 3 r the /;/<r^^«j^, aforesaid. 

Elizabeth Andrews, her daughter „ 2) 



15 April, 1635. 
N the Eliza, de Lond : M--- , Wm. Stagg, for New England. 



Years. 

Richard Walker 24 

Jo. Beamond 23 

Wm. Beamond 27 lOf allegeance and of supremacy, 



Theis parties have taken the oath 



Thomas Lettyne 23 

Jo. Johnson 23 

William Walker ......: iS 



before Wm. Whitmore and Sir 
Miles Runton. 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 6i 



15 April, 1635. 

|N the Elisa and Ann, of London, ROGER CooPER, for New Eng- 
land. 

Percy Kinge, 24 years, maidservant to Mr. Ro. Crowley. 



IN the Eliza, of London, Wm. Stagg, for New England. 

James Walker, 15 years, and Sara Walker, 17 years, servant to Jo. 
Browne, a baker, and to Mr. Wm. Brassey, linen draper, in 
Cheapside, Lond. ; p. cert, of their conformity. 



13 April, 1635. 

jjHEIS underwritten names are to be transported to New England, 
imbarqued in the Increase, of London, Robert Lea, Master; 
the said pties. having brought certificates from the Ministers and Justices 
of the Peace of his conformity to the Church of England. 

glover, Thomas Bloggett 30 years. 

Ktrc?r SUZAN BLOGGETT 37 „ 

Daniel Bloggett 4 years. ■» , ., , 

r, -n, , ^ 2 children. 

Samuel Bloggett i *■ » j 



I^'mI N the Increase, prd. The ptie. underwritten hath brought certifi- 
l^-^l cates from the Minister of Wapping, and from the Justices of 
Peace of his conformitie to y* Church of England, to passe in the said 
ship to New England. 

Lynen Weaver, Tho. Chittingden 51 years. 

t';iro>- Rebecca Chittingden 40 „ 

Isaac Chittingden 10 years. ) , ., , 

TT ^ / {-2 children. 

Hen. Chittingden 6 „ ) 



servants^ 



6a LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



HEIS underwritten names are to be transported to New England 
imbarqued in the Suzan and Ellen, Edward Payne, M"- ; the 
parties have brought certificates from the Minister and Justices of the 
Peace that they are no subsidy men, and are conformable to the order 
and discipline of the Church of England. 

Years. 

A Draper, Ralph Hudson 42 

Kro^ Marie Hudson 42 

/-Hanna Hudson 14 

3 children 4 Eliza Hudson 5 

^Jo. Hudson 12 

fTHO. Briggham 32 

Benj. Thwing 16 

Ann Gibson 34 

Judith Kirk 18 

Jo. More 41 

Henr. Knowles 25 

Geo. Richardson 30 

Ben. Thomlins 18 

Edward Thomlins 30 

Barbara Ford 16 

Joan Broomer 13 

Richard Brooke 24 

Tho. Brook 18 

husbandman, Symon Crosby 26 

Kr^r, Ann Crosby 25 

Thomas Crosby, 8 weeks, i child. 

husbandman, RiCHD. ROWTON 36 

Uxor, Ann Rowton... 36 

Edward Rowton 6, i child. 

husbandman, Percival Greene 32 

Ellen Greene 32 

^ fjo. Trane 25 

2 servants i ^ 

(Margaret Dix 18 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 

Years. 

Jo. Atherson 24 

Ann Blason 27 

Ben. Buckley 11 

Daniel Buckley 9 

Jo. Corrington 33 

Mary Corrington 33 



63 



14 April, 1635. 

[HEIS underwritten names are to be transported to the Barbadoes, 
imbarqued in the Faulcon, de London, Tho. Irish, M''-; p. cer- 
tificate from the Minister of the parish of their conformity to the orders 
of the Church of England. Theis men have taken the oath of allege- 
ance and supremacie. 



Years. 

Gabriel Bolt 29 

Owen Bliss 30 

George Say 26 

Bassell Terry 22 

Marmaduke Turner 21 

Jo. Bassett 19 

Jo. Sheermy 26 

HeNRIE BUDDLESTON 1/ 

Tho. Lett 22 

Samvel Stor 17 

James Burt 13 

Charles Fall 19 

Wm. Sennott 20 

Jo. Browne 20 

Tho. Webb 18 

Jo. HOPWOOD 20 

Nico. Wade 19 

Robert Davers 14 



Years. 

Henry Dye 20 

Edward Bull 22 

Farford Goldsmith 22 

Tho. Crispin 19 

Francis Sheres 26 

John Bathe 23 

Smith Baker 28 

James Hibbins 17 

Jo. Belton 48 

Nicholas Flitcro FT 16 

Wm. Bingham 18 

Humfrey Morris 18 

Jo. Dallinger 16 

Jo. Rogers 34 

Jo. Spyer 32 

Francis Smith 20 

Abraham Halloway 20 

Joseph Dray .,... 21 



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LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



Years. 

Thomas Bromey 59 

Jo. Bromby 27 

JESPER GiGGON 18 

John Brumiv:ell 22 

RicHD. Dent 17 

Thomas Gualmuy 22 

Richard Snathe 19 

RiCHD. COCKMAN 20 

Thomas Allin 22 

Valentine Love 18 

Robert Haxley 21 

Thos. Metcalf 20 

Wm. Knight 30 

Henric Gilder 18 

George Lee 16 

Anth. Boldsworth 18 

John Church 21 

John Scott 16 

Robert Jones 25 

Nathaniell Write 32 

John Jones 24 



Years. 

Thomas Wallis 27 

Toby Hazell 20 

Geo. Clark i5 

Tho. Roberts 18 

Marmaduke Crosby 28 

Geo. Harris 17 

Roger Sawter 17 

Marie Perry 18 

Elizabith Elson 18 

Bridget Gerden 19 

Katherine Hill 20 

Marie Newcom 17 

Benedict Sherhack 20 

Marie Drew 19 

Elizabeth Long 21 

Mainfred Hand 20 

Elizabeth Curtis 22 

Wm. Sturgis 18 

Thos. Knowles 16 

Peter Lostell 14 

Walter Holburd 24 



15 April, 1635. 



|HEIS ptics. hereafter expressed are to be transported to New 
England, imbarqued in the Increase, Robert Lea, M'- having 
taken the oathes of allegeance and supremacie, as also being conformable 
to the government and discipline of the Church of England, whereof they 
brought testimony and cert, from y* Justices and Ministers where there 
abodes have latlie been, (viz.) 

Years. 

husbandman, Samuel Morse 50 

Z7x Elizabeth Morse 48 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 65 

Years. 

Joseph Morse 20 

Elizabeth Daniell 2 

a lynnen wev' Philemon Dalton 45 

Ux. Hanna Dalton 35 

Samuel Dalton jj 

Wm. White 14 

John Owdie 17 

butcher, Wm. HouGHTON 22 

husb. Wilton Payne 37 

Anna Payne 40 

Wm. Payne 10 

Anna Payne S 

Jo. Payne 3 

Daniel Payne 8 weeks 

husbandman, Matthew Marvyn 35 ^ 

Ux. Elizabeth Marvyn 31 

Elizabeth Marvyn 31 

Matthew Marvyn 8 

Marie Marvyn 6 " 

Sara Marvyn 3 

Hanna Marvyn \ 

Jo. Warner 20 

Isaac More 13 v 

carpenter, Samvell Ireland 32 

Kf^r Marie Ireland 30 

Martha Ireland \\ 

Plowrite, WiLTON Buck 50 

Roger Buck 18 

ajoyner, Jo. Davies 29 

a husban'3man, Abram Fleming 40 

husb:, Jo. Fokar 21 

clothier, Tho. Parish 22 

9 



66 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



Years. 

James Bitton 27 

Wm. Potter 25 

Elizabeth Wood 38 

Elizabeth Beards 24 

SuzAN Payne 11 

Aynes Gladwell 16 

Phebe Perce 18 



Henry Crosse, carpenter , 



20 



husb. Tho. Kilborne 55 

Uxor Francis Kilborne 50 

Margaret Kilborne 23 

Lyddia Kilborne 22 

Marie Kilborne 16 

Francis Kilborne 12 

Jo. Kilborne 10 



Years. 

James Roger 20 

Richard Nunn 19 

Thos. Barret 16 

Jo. Hackwell 18 

Symon Ayres, chirurgion 48 

Uxor Dorothy Ayres 38 

Marie Ayres 15 

Thos. Ayres 13 

Symon Ayres 11 

Rebecca Ayres 9 

Jane Ramlin 30 

Christopher Ayres 7 

Anne Ayres 5 

Benjamin Ayres 3 

Sara Ayres 3 mo. 



a sawyer, Steeven Upson 23 years. 

Jo. Myndell 16 

husbandman, Symon Stone 50 

Uxor Joan Stone 38 

c Francis Stone 16 

Ann Stone 11 

Symon Stone 4 

Marie Stone 3 

^ Jo. Stone 5 weeks 



children 



,j 



. Isaac Worden 18 

Nathaniel Wood 12 

servants -j g^lZABETH Streaton 19 

v Marie Toller 16 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



67 



16 April, 1635. 



|fei'»j|HEIS pties. hereafter expressed, are to be transported to the 
l^.ral Island of Providence, imbarqued in y= Expectacion, CORNELIUS 
BiLLINGE, M'- , having taken the oaths of allegeance and supremacie, as 
likewise being conformable to the Church of England, whereof they 
brought testimonie from the Ministers and Justices of Peace of their 
abodes. 

Years. 

Francis Smith 36 

Tho. Palmer 18 

Leonard Smith 22 

Matthew Hamblen 38 

Wm. Lynlie 58 

Christopher Whetston 19 

Wm. Cawdle 19 

Florence Dickenson 19 

Jo. Baker 42 

John Martin 30 

Wm. Smith 20 

Ant°- Dowsell 20 

Richard Slie 20 

Francis Dales 20 

Peter Ambrey 32 

Tho. Feld 18 

Edward Hassard 24 

Richard Bull 17 

Richard Reinolds 16 

Wm. Eakins IS 

Jo. Totnell 16 

Edward Horsham 14 

Richard Trendall 16 

William Read 16 

Matthew Pippin 20 



Years. 

Mary Baker 42 

Elisha Bridges 16 

Wilton Thorpe 30 

Elizabeth Thorp 20 

Elizabeth Thorp 2 

Joan Felver 50 

Margaret Rollright 45 

Ellen Cooper 24 

Elizabeth Coke 20 

Marie Chaddock 20 

Elizabeth Hamond 25 

Alice Awbrey 29 

Elizabeth Laurence 26 

Ann Noble 21 

Marie Harrowigg 21 

Millicent Leech 28 

Marie Goodwynn 20 

Katherine Webb 22 

Elizabeth Scott 20 

Marie Howes 18 

Dorothy Lawrence 28 

Elizabeth Horskam 16 

Alice Goldham 26 

Richard Price 14 

Richard Lane 3& 

9—2 



68 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



Years. 

Alice Lane 30 

Samuel Lane 7 

Jo. Lane 4 

OziELL Lane 3 

Jo. Atkinson 36 

Love Atkinson 38 



Years. 

Elizabeth Owen 30 

Marie MiLWARD 21 

Isaac Barton 27 

Abram Ray 20 

Dorcas Horsham 40 

Marie Griffinn 17 



17 April, 1635. 

lE^lHEIS pties. hereunder expressed are to be transported to New 
BiM England, imbarqued in y"" Elisabeth, 'Wm.. Stagg, M'-, pr. cert, 
from the Ministers and Justices of the Peace of their conformitie to the 
Church of England. They have taken the oaths of allegeance and 
supremacie. 



Years. 

James Bate, husb 53 

Alice Bate 52 

Lyddia Bate 20 

Maria Bate 17 

Margaret Bate 12 

James Bates 9 

Edward Bullock, husbandm. 32 

Elizabeth Stedman 26 

Nathaniel Stedman 5 

Isaac Stedman i 

Robert Thornton 11 

Margaret Davies 32 

Elizabeth Davies i 

Dorothy Smith 45 



Years. 

Maria Smith, filia 15 

Peter Gardner 18 

Wm. Hubbard 35 

Rachell Bigg 6 

Patrick Foster 40 

HOPESTILL FoRSTER I4 

Francis White 24 

Joan Sellin 50 

Ann Sellin 7 

Edward Loomes 27 

Jo. Hubbard 10 

Jo. Davies 9 

Marie Davies 4 

Jo. Browne 40 



LICEmES TO GO BE YOND THE SEAS. 



1 HE ptie. hereunder named, with his wife and children, is to be 
transported to New England, imbarqued in the Elizabeth and 
Ann, Wm. Cooper, M''- bound thither, the ptie. hath brought testi- 
mony from the Minister of his conformitie to the orders and discipline 
of the Church of England, and from the Justices of the Peace, that he 
hath taken the oath of allegeance and supremacie. 

Alexander Baker 28 • 

Uxor Elizabeth 23 

• Elizabeth Baker ^rY^'^'^^- 

Christian Baker i ■ 

Clement Chaplin 48 

Wm. Swayne w . . . so 



24 April, 1635. 

iS^lHEIS under written names are to be transported to the Island of 
I^-ctI Providence, imbarqued in the Expectation aforesaid. The pties. 
have taken the oath of allegeance. 



Years. 

Nicholas Reskymer 31 

Wm. Randall 26 

Andrew Leay 24 

Jo. Leay 25 

Jo. Bloxsull 28 



Years. 

Sam. Goodenuff 22 

Edward Hastings 23 

ThO. HOBBS 18 

Jo. Saracole 17 

Tho. Wilson 18 



27 April, 1635. 



JlHEIS under written names are to be transported to New England, 
Roger Cooper, M^-, bound thither in \X\z Elizabeth ^ind Ann, 
The pties. have brought certificate from the Minister of Westminster 



70 LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 

and from the Justices of the Peace of their conformitie. The pties. hath 
taken the oath of allegeance and supremacie. 

Years. 

a carpenter, Richard Brocke 31 

Edward Sall 24 

Daniel Preston 13 



|HEIS under written names are to be transported to the Barbadoes 
and St. Christophers, imbarqued in the Ann and Elizabeth, Jo. 
Brookehaven, Cap'- and M'-, having taken the oaths of allegeance and 
supremacie, as also being conformable to the order and discipline of the 
Church of England, and no subsidy men, whereof they brought test, 
from the Minister of St. Katherine's near the Tower of London. 



Years. 

John Crofts 30 

Nathaniell Bedford 19 

Jo. Mason 20 

Jo. Oram 21 

Christopher Fish 24 

Owen Androwe 18 

Robert Anderson 22 

John Greene 25 

Joseph Wallington 19 

John Haieward 22 

Thomas Martin 16 

EdMOND HOLLOWAY 17 

Thomas Pierie 19 

William Hayward 18 

Edward Wilkinson 17 

Richard Gale 16 

Robert Tratt 21 

Thomas Reddm an 16 

William Grubb 16 

John Golding 21 



Years. 

Clement Hutchinson 20 

Bartholomew Bennet 18 

Thomas Tyler 21 

Jo. Peichard 20 

Giles Barnes 19 

Hugh Sadler 20 

Harford Young 20 

John Williams 16 

Andrew Evans 16 

John Barret 16 

Joseph Walker 18 

James Tate 17 

John Smith 14 

Nathaniell Bolton 19 

Wm. Laydon 17 

Thomas Avery 18 

Tho. Leake 18 

Davie Williams 17 

WiLLM. Harris 23 

John Turpin 22 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



71 



■' Years. 

Francis Saidwell 18 

Matthew Rogers 21 

Bryan Bourk 19 

Ant°- Taylor 26 

Andrew Carr 23 

Owen Garret 20 

John Frazill 29 

John Porter 24 

Charles Pollington 26 

Charles Jackson 18 

Edward Bacon 25 

Thomas Robinson 31 

Patrick Couly 21 

George Goddin 31 

Arthur Roker 20 

Tho. Dale 28 

John Davies 19 

Tho. Burton 19 

Hugh Wynstanly 20 

Bartholomew Draper 20 

Robert Brock 25 

Hugh Sawyer 18 

Wm. Greene 17 

Patrick Connyer 20 

Richard King 23 

William Barnes 17 

Wm. Taylor 23 

Robert Sennodd 23 

Thomas Perkynn 29 

Wm. Longwith 26 

Thos. Gullifer 28 

John Davies 18 

Richard Cawood 25 

Richard Dynley 19 

Dennis Peke 20 



Years. 

Nicholas Greene 18 

Robert Laycock 18 

NiCHELL ESTPLYNN 1 8 

James Bell 19 

Frend Picto 20 

John Whithedd 23 

Jo. Mallion 21 

Thomas Bedlam 24 

Tho. Lone 19 

Thomas Wazell 21 

Gilbert Holdsworth 30 

Edward Garrard 26 

John Coke 22 

Jeremy Hartley 30 

Women. 

Katherine Lloyd 19 

SuzAN Greene 20 

Margerie Barran 19 

Elizabeth Benning 18 

Elizabith Bruster 18 

Joan Smith 27 

Suzan More 21 

Alice Dixon 21 

Jane Stafford 24 

Alice Hilton 18 

Katherine Russell 20 

Mary Powell 23 

Debora Winke 21 

Rebecca Bedding 18 

Matthew Page 20 

Ann Spicer 26 

Marie Jones 20 

Margery Harding 20 

Marie Kinderslie 26 



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LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. . 



2g April, 1635. 

|HEIS underwritten names are to be transported to New England, 
imbarqued in the Elizabeth and Ann, Roger Coop^ M"'- , the pties 
brought certificates from the Minister of the parish and Justices of the 
Peace, of their conformation to the orders and discipline of the Church of 
England, and that they are no subsidy men. 



Years. 

Richard Goard 17 

Tho. Lord, a smith 50 

Uxor Dorothy 46 

Thomas Lord 16 

Ann Lord 14 

Wm. Lord 12 

John Lord 10 

James Cobbett 23 

Joseph Faberr 26 



Years. 

Tho. Pond .- 21 

Robert Lord 9 

Aymie Lord 6 

Dorothy Lord 4 

josias cobbet 21 

John HOLLOWAY 21 

Jane Bennet 16 

William Read 22 

Willlam Samond 19 



a taylor, Christopher Stanley . 
Uxor SuzAN 



32 
31 



4 May, 1635. 

JHEIS underwritten names are to be transported to New England, 
imbarqued in the Elizabeth and Ann, prd. The ptie having 
brought certificate from the Minister and Justices of the Peace of their 
conformitie, and that they are no subsidy men. 

a tallow chandler. Hen. Wilkinson 25 years. 

a soap boyler, ROBERT Hans 19 „ 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



73 



|HEIS underwritten names are to be transported to New England, 
imbarqued in the "Abigail" Richard Hackwell, M""- The 
pties. have brought certificate from the Minister and Justices of their 
conformitie to the order and discipline of the Church of England. 

Years. 

Tho. Buttolph 32 

Uxor Ann Buttolph 24 

Wm. Fuller 25 

Jo. Fuller 15 



Years. 

Nathaniel Tylley 32 

Peter Kettell 10 

Tho. Steevens 12 

Eliz. Harding 12 



2 May, 1635. 

jjHEIS under written names are to be transported to y° Barbadoes, 
imbarqued in the Alexander, Cap'- BURCHE, and GILBERT 
Grimes, M''- P. certificate from the Minister where they late dwelt 
The men took the oaths of allegeance and supremacie die and anno 
prd. 



Years. 

William Rapen 29 

Leonard Staples 22 

Jo. Stanford 24 

James Manzer 27 

Jo. Watts 25 

Tho. Clark 26 

Michell Ki'mp 27 

Henry Broughton 20 

Geo. Ventimer 20 

Robert Hardy 18 

Tho. Dabb 25 

Geo. Norton 22 

Wm. Huckle 20 

Edward Kemp 19 



Years. 

Wm. Powell - . 19 

Ralph Promd 26 

Jo. Bullman 40 

Jo. Watts 19 

Wm. Deuch 16 

Francis Peck 22 

Jo. Benstell 24 

Symon Parker 24 

Richard Howesman 19 

Walter Jones 20 

Phelix Lyne 25 

Arthur Write 21 

Lewis Willins 21 

Wm. Pott 18 

10 



74 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



Years. 
THOS. GILSON 21 

Jo. Anderson 21 

Wm. Phillipps 17 

Jo. Besford 18 

Henry Yatman 21 

Robert DucE 18 

Owen Williams 18 

Jo. Write 24 

William Clark 19 

Edward Halingworth 46 

Richard Powell 32 

Henry Longsha 23 

Jo. Bush ; 22 

Jonathan Franklin 17 

Jo. Phillipps , 20 

Richard Cribb 19 

Tho. Browne 18 

Jo. Greenwich 21 

Jo. Nedson 19 

Edward Church 18 

Ant°- Threlcott 19 

Wm. Willis 17 

Clement Hawkins 16 

Lewes Hughes 19 

John Greene 22 

Richard Marshall 36 

Mathew Calland 16 

Lewes Davie 28 

Geo. White 18 

Nicholas Watson 26 

Olliver Hookham 32 

Chuslipt Buckland 25 

Jo. Hill 23 

Anthony Skooler 20 

John Ashurst 24 



Years. 

James Parkinson 23 

William Young 21 

William Smith 18 

Morgan Jones 31 

Jo. Richard 30 

Peter Fleming 16 

Miles Farring 24 

Robert Atkins 23 

Benjamin Mason 23 

Tho. Rutter 22 

Jo. HowsE 41 

Jo. Cole 20 

James Watts 35 

Wm. Crome 17 

Phillipp Lovell 34 

Uxor Elizabeth Lovell 33 

Rowland Mahew 27 

Robert Sprite 30 

Jo. Weston 41 

James Smith 19 

Jo. Smith 19 

Richard Lee 22 

Geo. Ridglie 17 

Dennis M^^ Brian 18 

Jo. Russell 36 

James Driver 27 

Hugh Jones 22 

Tho. Gildingwater 30 

Thomas Taylor 27 

Edmond Nash 21 

Jo. Herring , . . . 28 

Wm. Benton 24 

Tho. Roe 22 

Edward Banks 35 

Tho. Fludd 21 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



75 



Years. 

David Collingworth 22 

Wm. Mathews 30 

TiMiTHiE Goodman 27 

Tho. Person 20 

William Anderson 36 

Geo. Merriman 41 

Jo. Dellahay 27 

Robert Lee 33 

Jo. Jackson 24 

Alexander de la Garde . . 27 

Francis Marshall 26 

Walter Lutterell 20 

Jo. White 15 

Wm. Seely 29 

Edward Plunkett 20 

Tho. Plunkett 28 

Rowland Plunkett 18 

Teague Nacton 28 

Dermod O'Bryan 20 

Charles Galloway 19 

James Montgomery 19 

JNO. M^Conry 28 

Samvell Peiday 20 

Samvell Farron 30 

Edward Montgomery 26 

Olliver Bassett 14 

Parry Wy 15 

Daniel Burch 14 

Richard Stone 13 

John Burton 17 

Symon Wood 14 

Robert Mussell 14 

Richard Fane 15 



Years. 

Robert Roberts 18 

William Lake 14 

Richard Joeson 16 

Humfrey Kerby 18 

Edward Cokes 17 

Henry Morton 20 

James Brett 17 

Tho. Dennis 18 

Tho. More 33 

Jo. Lawrence 17 

Wm. Martin 13 

Richard Phelpe 17 

Women. 

Barbarie Reason 20 

Jane Marshall 21 

Diana Drake 19 

Mary Inglish 17 

Annis Barrat 20 

Marie Lambeth 17 

Ann Mann 17 

Elizabeth Warren 17 

Ann Skynggle 18 

Alice Chump 20 

Mathew May 21 

Elizabeth Chambers 20 

Elizabeth Farmer 20 

Margaret Conway 20 

Grace Walker 34 

Edith Jones 21 

Alice Guy 20 

Mary Spendley 17 

Ann Gardner 36 



10 — 2 



76 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



6 May, 1635. 

HEIS underwritten names are to be transported to New England, 
imbarqued in the Elizabeth and Ann, ROGER COOP"^, M'- , the 
pties. have brought cert, from the Ministers where their abodes were, 
and from the Justices of the Peace of their conformitie to the orders and 
discipline of the Church of England, and that they are no subsidy men, 
they have taken the oathes of allegeance and supremacie. 

Years. 

Samivell Hall 25 

Wm. Swynden 20 

Jo. Halsey 24 



Henry Curtis 27 



Yeare. 

Vyncent Potter 21 

RiCHD. GOARD 17 

Wm. Adams 15 



8 May, 1635. 

N the Elizabeth and Ann, prd. Roger Coop"-, Mr- Theis under- 
written names are to be transported to New England, imbarqued 
in the said shipp, they brought cert, of their conformitie to the Church of 
England, and that they are no subsidy men. 



Years. 

John Wylie 25 

Jo. Thomson 22 

Edmund Weston 30 

Gamaliell Beomont 12 

Andrey Whitton 45 



Years. 

George Orris 21 

Jo. Jackson 27 

Elizabeth Fabin 16 

Grace BULKLEY 33 



Nono die Mali, 1635. 

|HEIS underwritten names are to be transported to New England, 
imbarqued in y= Suzan and Ellen, Edward Payne, M"'- The 
pties. have brought Certificate from the Ministers of the Parish of their 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 77 

conformitie to the Church of England, and that they are no subsidy 
men, the pties. have taken the oaths of allegiance and supremacie. 



Years. 

Feter Bulklen SO 

Precila Farman 10 

Richard Brooke 24 



Years. 

Elizabeth Taylor 10 

Ann Lieford 13 



|N the Elizabeth and Ann, prd. ROGER COOP"^, M'-, bound for New 
England. 

Robert Jefferies 30 years. 

- Marie Jefferies 27 „ 

Tho. Jefferies 7 „ 

Elizabeth Jefferies 6 „ 

Mary Jefferies 3 „ 

f Hanna Day 20 „ 



Wife and 
Children. 



2 Servants -> 

l SuzAN Browne 

Robert Carr, a taylor 21 

Calebb Carr 11 

/- Richard White 30 

Carpenters. X Tho. Dane 32 

vWm. Milliard 21 



II May, 1635, 

IHEIS under written names are to be transported to New England, 
imbarqued in the Elizabeth and Ann, prd. The parties have 
brought Certificates from the Minister and Justices of the Peace, of their 
conformitie to the orders and discipline of the Church of England, and 
that they are no subsidy men. 

William Courser, a shoemaker 26 years. 

Geo. Wylde, a husbandman 37 „ 

Geo. Parker, a carpenter 23 „ 



78 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



12 May, 1635. 

JlN the Elizabeth and Ann, Roger Cooper, M"^- bound to New- 
England. Theis underwritten names are to be transported per 
Certificate from y= Minister of Bennundin, in Kent, of their Conformitie 
to the Orders and discipline of the Church of England. 



Years. 

John BiRDEN 28 

Uxor JOA'S 23 

NlC°- MORECOCK 14 

BENNET MORECOCK l6 

Marie Morcock ., 10 



Years. 
JERRMY WHITTON 8 

Mathew Borden S 

Eliz. Borden 3 

Thomas Whitton 36 

Samvell Baker 30 



14 May, I635. 

HEIS underwritten names are to be transported to New England, 
imbarqued in the Elizabeth and Ann, Roger Cooper, M'^- the 
pties. have brought Certificates from the Minister of the parish of his 
conformitie to the Orders and discipline of the Church of England. 

Years. 



Years. 

Richard Sanpson, a taylor ... 28 

Tho. Alsopp 20 

John Oldham 12 



Tho. Oldham 10 

Robert Standy 22 



IS May, 1635. 

|HEIS underwritten names are to Virginia imbarqued in the Plaine 
Joan, Richard Buckam, M'- the pties having brought attesta- 
con. of their conformitie to the orders and discipline of the Church of 
England. 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



79 



Years. 

Robert Briers 21 

JN<>- Johnson 20 

Robert Coke 25 

Jo. Alsopp so 

Wm. PiGGOTT 50 

Wm. ToPLYS 30 

Tho. Arnold 30 

Wm. Paulson 23 

Jo. Northin 22 

Tho. Turner 21 

Jo. Beddell 22 

Jo. Barrowe 26 

Jo. Trent 27 

Jo. Coker 21 

Henrie Donaldson 25 

Wm. Lavor 22 

Chrl Davies 22 

Chri. Taylor 22 

Daniell Clark 33 

Richard Day 32 

Robert Lewes 23 

Luke Blund 20 

Jo. Warren 27 

James Ward iS 

Tho. Stamp 32 

Tobias Frier 18 

William Steddall 26 

Chrl Thomas 26 

Richard Fleming 24 

MathewLem 20 

Henry Perpoynt 22 

Tho. Hall 21 

Edward Wilson 22 

Jo. Palliday 23 

Richard Wolley 36 



Years. 

William Clark 27 

Wm. Baldwin 24 

Wm. Collins 20 

Tho. Pitcher 20 

Joseph Nelson 26 

Francis Gray 15 

Samvell Young 14 

Robert HuTT 14 

Jo. Raddish 23 

Tho. Bulkley 32 

Robert Brooke 33 

Richard DowNES 34 

Arthur Peach 20 

Wm. James 26 

Wm. Blackett 40 

Roger Koorbe 25 

Ann Perks 27 

Tho. Britton 26 

Wm. Collins 34 

Jo. Resburne 30 

Henry Jackson 24 

Owen M= Cartie 18 

RiCH°- Lawrence 20 

Nic°- Kent 16 

Peter Subburrowe 20 

Wm. Hitchcock 27 

Edward Wheeler 18 

Jo. Shawe 21 

Jo. Aris 19 

Tho. Viper 26 

Geo. Smith 34 

Geo. Talbott 18 

Jo. Bennet 18 

James Wynd 23 

Charles M': Cartie 27 



So 



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Years. 

Charles Flane i8 

Tho. Godbitt 20 

Thomas Newman 15 

Tho. Lloyd 20 

Francis Barber i8 

James Miller 18 

Jo. Marshall 21 



Years. 

Robert Ward 22 

RoBT. Shinglewood 26 

Jo. Hughes 3° 

Robert Gilbert 18 

Jo. RoLLES 22 

Jn°- Marsh 26 

Ralph Wray 64 



21 May, 1635. 

|HEIS under written are to be transported to St. Christophers, 
imbarqued in the Mathew of London, RiCHARD GOODLADD, M'^- , 
p. warrant from y= Earle of Carlisle. 



Years. 

Thos. Knight 21 

Jo. Hill 18 

Jo. Rawlins 18 

Francis Penn 22 

Richard Griggson 34 

Jo. Bruning 20 

Robert Coke 32 

George Allerton 23 

Rowland Millington 24 

Rich. Thomas 40 

Roger Thomas 22 

Originall Lowis 28 

Jo. Thomson 34 

Wm. Brookes 25 

Clinton Cutler 20 

Tho. Turner 25 

Jo. Wood 22 

Wm. Robinson 26 

Edward Bicroft 22 



Years. 

Jo. Sturdy 26 

Ant"- Neteie 20 

Robert Wendever 25 

Samvell Trese 20 

Evan Jones 19 

Gabriell Davies 38 

Edward Eeles 20 

Davie Thomas 40 

Richard Horribynn 31 

Christopher Watson 21 

James Hubbard 27 

Wm. Stoe 18 

Mathew Tomlinson 31 

Tho. Hall 25 

Wm. Marsh 26 

Jo. Hatterton 38 

Tho. Terrill 18 

Robert Fauce 40 

Miles Coventrie 18 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



8i 



Years. 

Jo. Thomas 14 

Tho. Reeve 24 

Lewes Ambrey 30 

James Walker 30 

Tho. Venn 27 

Geo. Ball 51 

Jo. Doe 22 

Mathew Walker 19 

Walter Collins 18 

Jo. Clinton 19 

Adam Chesterman 19 

Hugh Hallowell 22 

Wm. Salmon 25 

Jo. Lange ...'. 22 

Richard Love 28 

Jo. Greene 29 

Edward Warren 28 

Jo. POPLE 21 

Robert Denton 26 

Wm. Elvyn 23 

Geo. Tenis 20 

Geo. Swales 19 

Marmaduke Read 25 

Jo. Kile 21 

Tho. Garrett 20 

Jo. Goslinn 20 

Tho. Milward 18 

Morgan Brint 19 

Pearce Stapleton 22 

Geo. Eaton 27 

Leonard Hunt 38 

Jo. Cave 34 

Wm. Barker 22 

Jo. HoDDiNS 50 

Thos. Gosling 22 



Years. 

Jo. Palmer 19 

James Cotes 21 

Wm. Helaiwe 21 

Matthew Hely 21 

Original Lewis 28 

Jo. Thomson 34 

Wm. Brookes 25 

Darby Hurlie 18 

Jo. Hilliard 35 

Robert Lacie 21 

Tho. Bell 14 

Rowland Morton 17 

James Hide 22 

Richard Nelme 20 

Thomas Hodges 20 

Edward Thompson 18 

Tho. Williams 18 

Richard Lee 18 

Walter Antony 23 

Charles Caverlie 17 

Tho. Coxson 21 

Tho. Goodwyn 30 

NlC- WILCOCKS 21 

Geo. Eeke 26 

Richard Hubbard 18 

William Rush 20 

Wm. DoNN 22 

Paul BoTTELL 32 

Jo. Boswell 17 

Jo. Woodgreene 16 

Jo. Harlowe 16 

Robert Warrington 20 

Alexander Todd 38 

Robert Woodstock 40 

John Offlent 20 

II 



82 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



Years. 

Nic°- Watts i8 

Richard Brookes i6 

Thomas Hadbie 22 

Tho. Reinolds 18 

Jo. Reinolds 20 

Ant°- True 18 

Wm. Knight 13 

Ant°- Williams 14 

Jo. Barloe 22 

Wm. Parker 17 

Jo. Wood 18 

Jo. Payne 18 

Daniel Lee 25 

Tho. Powell 21 

Jo. Smith 22 



Years. 

Geo. Dodd i7 

RoBT. Sandley 20 

Edward Mawfrey i S 

Geo. Wade i^ 

Jo. Fulford 18 

Geo. Smith 17 

Tho. Powell 24 

Women. 

Margaret Prichard 17 

Jane BURROME 17 

Katherine Armstrong .... 20 

Mary Barker 12 

Eliz. Speere 20 



28 May, 1635. 

jHEIS under written names are to be transported to Virginea, 
imbarqued in the Speedwell, of London, JO. Chappell, M"'-, 
being examined by the Minister of Gravesend of their conformitie to 
the orders and discipline of the Church of England, and have taken the 
oath of allegeance. 



Years. 

Henry Beere 24 

John West 30 

Richard Morris 19 

Nic°- Tetloe 31 

Wm. Shipman 22 

Nathaniell Fairbrother.. 21 

William Pasford 19 

Jo. Watson 22 

Jo. Gilgate 22 

ROBT. Spynk 20 

Richard Rowland 20 



Years. 

Tho. Childs 30 

Jo. CURDEN 22 

Tho. Romney 19 

Jo. Harris 20 

Christopher Peddington . . 18 

Edmond Clark 16 

Jonas Smith 22 

Wm. Hynton 25 

Jo. Mowson 22 

Richard Baylie 22 

Wm. Spencer 17 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



83 



Years. 

James Lowder 20 

Chr. Metcalf 19 

Jeremy Burr 20 

Richard Browne 19 

Wm. Appleby 32 

Robert Parker 21 

Wm. Cunningham , 21 

Tho. Willis 19 

Wm. Stranghan 22 

Geo. Sympson 19 

Richard Phillips 20 

Arthur Saidwell 25 

Meleshus M'= Kay 22 

Richard Thomas 20 

Samvell Tyres 21 

Wm. Steevens 22 

Tho. Busby 19 

Richard Harvy 32 

Tho. Robins 17 



Years. 

Jo. Beeby 17 

Jo. Turner 19 

Samvell Holmes 20 

Jo. Bever 24 

Jo. Talbott 27 

Edward Austin 26 

Tho. Greene 24 

Katherine Richards 19 

Marie Sedgwick 20 

Elizabeth Biqcs 10 

Dorothy Wyncott 40 

Ann Wyncott 16 

Phillipp Biggs 6 mo. 

Elizabeth Pew 20 

Francis Langworth 25 

Chri. Reinolds 24 

Abram Poore 20 

Elizabeth Tuttell 25 



6 June, 1635. 



HEIS under written names are to be transported to Virginea, 
imbarqued in the Thomas and John, RICHARD Lambard, M""- , 
being examined by the Minister de Gravesend concerning their confor- 
mitie to the orders and discipline of the Church of England, and tooke 
the oath of allegeance. 



Years. 

Richard Pew 23 

Richard Maynwrite 24 

Chrl Houghton 19 

Richard Jones 24 

Francis Garret 25 

Richard Dally 18 



Years. 

Edward Dix 19 

Wm. Chaplin 18 

Jo. Shorter 26 

Anth. Terry 50 

Robert Willins 44 

Tho. Rosdell 23 



84 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



Years. 

Tho. Terry 25 

Charles Wyngate 22 

Jo. Hampton 30 

Jo. Evans 22 

Jo. Singleton 18 

Geo. Dickenson 19 

Geo. Hawkins 18 

Henry Rastell 30 

Francis Spight 21 

Wm. Aymie 26 

Wm. Hynton 20 

Jo. Edwardson 22 

Tho. Mann 23 

Robert Aldred 24 

Zachary Taylor 24 

HuMFREY Grudge 21 

Wm. White 22 

Joseph Monuvs 21 

Wm. Yard 21 

Christopher Wheatley ... 28 

Robert Heed 27 

Edward Coles 20 

Morris Jones 28 

Wardin Fositt 22 

Tho. Chamberlin 20 

Wm. Bead 15 

Lawrence Platt 15 

Robert Spencer 21 

Samvell Walden 16 

Henry MoRLEY 25 

Ben Easy 13 

Robert Sewar 23 

Richard Berry 23 

Owen Hughes 27 

Jo. Sutton 24 



Years. 

Wm. Stonhouse 43 

Wm. Clark 18 

Jo. Dickenson 22 

Tho. Bell 17 

Wm. Bett 20 

James Cross 27 

SiLUS Fopster 22 

Edward Mountfort 20 

Henry Newby 24 

Jo. Eeden 19 

Tho. Sherly 23 

Jo. Thomson 24 

Henry Warren 15 

Jo. WiLKENSON 28 

Ralph Hudson 17 

Thomas Allin 33 

Wm. Jones 17 

Thos. Sharples 20 

Wm. Crooke 23 

Wm. White .' 22 

James Sherbone 15 

Wm. Gardener 15 

Jo. Robinson 19 

Robt. Turner 16 

Jo. Moss 21 

Jane Wilkinson 20 

Ann Brookes 18 

Katherine Wiseman 19 

Jane Scot jg 

Jane Catesby 20 

James Powell 12 

Wm. Mann 25 

Thos. Warner 26 

Tho. Ram jg 

Griffin Jones 21 



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85 



Years. 
THO. TOLLIE l^ 

Wm. Jones 21 

Morris Parry 30 

Marmaduke Young 24 

James Banks 30 

Geo. Kennyon 25 

Thomas Clark 16 

Giles Terry 33 

Edward Cressitt 20 

Tho. Waggitt 17 

Mary Ford 22 

Katherine Waterman 20 



Years. 

Suzan Sherwood 22 

Grace Bycroft 20 

Francis Hunter 19 

Francis Ashborn 20 

Wm. Dixon 18 

Wm. Smart 20 

Laurence Preston 21 

Wm. Wheatlie 17 

Wm. Lacy 18 

Geo. Cobcraste 22 

Jo. Kennyon 21 



X. yunii, 1635. 

HEIS underwritten names are to be transported to the Bormoodes 
or Somer Islands, imbarqued in the Truelove, de London, ROBERT 
Dennis, M"'- being examined by the Minister of Gravesend, concerning 
their conformitie to the orders and discipline of the Church of England, 
as it now stands established, and took the oath of allegeance. 

Years. 



Years. 

Henry More 19 

William Holt 19 

Jo. Norman 19 

Anto. Gilliard 38 

Rob. Stock 26 

Tho. Fopster 27 

Robert Hart 30 

Wm. Pendleton 27 

James Taylor 28 

Chrl Hart 20 

Edward Goddin 16 

Tho. Dorrell 22 

Richard Canon 24 



Uxor Elizabeth Canon 23 

Barnard Colman 26 

Chrl Tuke 16 

Wm. Paul 20 

Wm. Bates 17 

Samvell Short 24 

Wm. Hooper 18 

Richard Hurt 17 

William Wells 17 

Thomas Dene 17 

Jo., a Negroe 18 

Jo. Richards 21 

Anto. Bullock 19 



86 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



Years. 

Thomas Bassit i8 

Edward Aldworth 13 

Richard Anderson 30 

ThO. Richards 24 

Jo. Norris 18 

David Huswith 22 

Henry Hill 24 

Jo. Warrin 19 

Zeverin Viccars 18 

Geo. Norman 25 

Gabriell Stockwell 16 

Tho. TooLiE 27 

Tho. Jones 17 

Tho. Ervynn 16 

Symon Barcott 16 

Geo. Culverlie 14 

Edward Parnell 16 

Wm. Lee 18 

Wm. Tayler 17 

Edward Gibbs 17 

James Reason 27 

Jacob Wilson 18 

Ben Strange 18 

Ralph Vennable 21 

Tho. Bloes 10 

Tho. Hedley 11 

Tho. Thomson 17 

Hen. Stonward 13 

Samvell Hubbard 16 

Edward Vyncent 18 

Jo. Tripp ATT 17 

Anto. Cooper 17 

Jo. Lake 16 

RiCHD. Tayler 16 

Tho. Mordin 18 



Years. 

Edward Sell 18 

Roger WiLLMS 16 

Jo. Baylie 18 

Francis WooDCOTT 16 

Jo. Bee 17 

Richd. Greene 17 

Geo. Palmer 18 

Tho. Smith 14 

NATHANIELL WiLLMSON 1 7 

Phillipp Wharton 14 

Wm. Henry 18 

Geo. Saires 12 

NiCHO. Gaughton 14 

Edward Hedley 13 

Wm. Sares 17 

Rob. Poole 20 

Ann Taylor 24 

Elizabeth Groves 35 

Jo. Groves i qr. 

Blanche Roberts 20 

2 Ministers. 

Jo. Oxenbridge 24 

Henry Jennings 24 

Thomas Bull 13 

Daniel Hamond 12 

George Morgan 12 

Jo. Barnes 16 

Abraham Claxson 17 

James Aston >.. 22 

Richard Daughton 13 

Mathew Steevens 12 

Tho. Larkynn 51 

David Jones 15 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND IHE SEAS. 



87 



Years. 

George Hanmer 24 

Roger Hodges 17 

Wm. Powell 15 

Sampson Meverill 20 

Henry Carter 42 

Jo. Yates 48 

Jo. Browne 16 

Francis Raynne 10 

Francis Hedges 13 

Davie Morris 18 

Tho. West 17 

Hugh Wentworth 44 

Francis Watson 16 

Katherine White 18 

Elizabeth Clark 18 

Ellen Burrows 30 



Years. 

John Page 33 

Tho. Jennicom 21 

Sara Page 31 

Benjamin Miller 30 

Henry Fletcher 35 

Edward Slaughton 50 

JosiAs Forster 43 

Tho. Hall 24 

HuMFREY Smith 14 

Sara Page 3 

Mary Page 3 months 

Richard Harris 17 

Jeffrey Wright 18 

Samvell Mayo 10 

Marie Goffe 18 

Jo. Brookes 12 



15 June, 1635. 

Ifej'^IHEIS underwritten names are to be transported to New England, 
IPM imbarqued in the Abigail, de London, M"^- H. Hackwell, the 
ptie. having brought certificate from the Minister of Thisselworth of 
his conformitie to the orders and discipHne of the Church of England, he 
hath taken the oaths of allegeance and supremacie. 



Years. 

Dennis Geere 30 

r Elizabeth Geere 22 
Wife and J Elizabeth Geere 3 
2 children 1^5^^ (,^^^^ .... 2 



Years. 

Anne Pancrust 16 

Eliz. Tuselie 55 

Constunt Wood 12 



88 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



19 yune, 1635. 

W^IHEIS underwritten names are to be transported to New England, 
p.™i imbarqued in y= Abigail, Hackwell, M""- the pties. having 
brought certificate from the minister of the parish of the Little Miniries 
of his conformitie and opinion of the discipline of the Church of Eng- 
land. 



Years. 

William Tilly , 28 

Robert Whiteman 20 



Years. 



Charles Jones 21 

Liddia Browne 16 



|BOARD the jfaines, Jo. May for N. England. 



Years. 

Thomas Ewer, taylor 40 

Sara Ewer 28 

Elizabeth Ewer 4 

Tho. Ewer ij 



Years. 

Sara Beale . . .- 28 

Elizabeth Newman 24 

Jo. Skudder 16 



20 yune, 1635. 

HEIS underwritten names are to be embarqued in the Abigail, de 
London, Hackwell, and bound for New England, have taken the 
oathe of allegeance and supremacie, and conformed to the ser. as prdct. 
from two Justices of Peace and Minister of St. Lawrence, in Essex. 

Henry Bullock, husbandman 40 years. 

and Susan, his wife 42 „ 

/- Henry 8 „ 

3 children \ Mary 6 „ 

V Tjiomas 2 „ 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 89 



Male 20, 1635. 

|N the Defence of London, Pearce, and bound for New England, 
p. cert, from 2 Justices of Peace, and Minister of All Saints 
(homan) in Northampton. 

Wm. Hoeman, 40 years husbandman. 

his wife, WINIFRED 35 years. 

Alice Ashley 20 years. A maid servant. 

Hanna 8 „ 

Jeremy 6 „ 

5 children. \ Mary 4 ,, 

Sarra 2 „ 

Abraham i qr. 



20 June, 1635. 

|N the Abigail of London, Hackwell, bound for New England, 
p. cert, of his conformity from Justices of the Peace and Minister 
of Eaton Bray, in co. Bedford, 

John Houghton 40 years old. 



7 July, 1636. 

|N the Defeiwe of London, Edmd. Bostocke, for New England, 
p. cert, from 2 Justices of Peace and Minister from Dunstable in 
coun. Bedfordshire. 

Robert Longe 45 years. Innholder. 

Eliza, his wife 30 „ 



12 



9° 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



lo children. < 



MiCHELL 20 years. 

Sarra i8 „ 

Robert i6 „ 

Eliza 12 „ 

Annie 10 „ 

Mary 9 „ 

Rebecca 8 „ 

Jo 6 „ 

Lachery : 4 „ 

Joshua 3 qrs. old. 

Luce Mercer 18 years a servant. 



20 yune, 1635. 

I N the Defence of London, — Pearce, for New England, p. cert, 
from 2 Justices of the Peace and Minister of Towcesterj co. 
Northampton. 

Jo"- Gould, husbandman 25 years. 

Grace, his wife 25 „ 



22 yune, 1635. 

|N the Abigail de London, — Hackwell, for New England, p. 

cert, from Minister of Cranebroke in Kent. 

Edw. White, husbandman 42 years. 

and his wife, Martha 39 » 

c Martha 10 „ 

2 children. I j^^^Y g ^^ 

John Allen, husbandman 30 „ 

his wife, Anne 30 „ 

P. cert, herrnehil in Kent. 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 91 

|N the Ahbigall. 

P. cert, from Justice of Peace and Minister of Stepney. 

Geo. Hadborne, glover 43 years. 

his wife, Anne 46 „ 

(•Rebecca 10 „ 

2 children. \ . 

\ Anna 4 „ 

Joseph Borebancke 24 j servants to George Had- 

JOAN JORDEN 16 S BORNE. 



22nd. 

|N the Defence de London, Edw. Boswell, for New England. 
Cert, from Sir Henry Mildmay, and Minister of Baddow in 
Essex. 

Jo. Browne, taylor 27 years. 

/- Tho. Hart 24 „ 

his 3 servants. -| Mary Denny . . 24 „ 
y Anne Leake . . 19 „ 



26 yune, 1635. 

|N the Abigail, Robert Hackwell, M'-, to New England, p. cert., 
from Northton., Thomas Martin, Maior, and 2 Justices. 

shoemaker, JO. Harbert 23 years. 

bricklayer, Richard Adams 29 „ 

Susan Adams 26 „ 



4 Jully. 

Henry Somner 15 years. 

Eliza Somner 18 „ 

12 — 2 



92 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



17 Junii, 1635. 

I HEIS underwritten names are to be transported to New England, 
imbarqued in the Abigail, ROBERT Hackwill, M'-,. p. cert, from 
the Minister and Justices of Peace of their conformitie, being no subsidy 
men, and they have taken the oaths of allegeance and supremacie, being 
all husbandmen. 



Years. 

Ralph Wallis 40 

Ralph Roote 50 

Jn°- Freeman 35 

Walter Gudsall 34 

Richard Graves 23 

Robert Mere 43 

Samvell Mere 3 

Edmund Maning 40 

Tho. Jones 40 

Geo. Drewrie 19 

Wm. Marshall 40 

Thomas Knore 33 

John Hollwick 38 

George Wallis 18 

Rebecca Price 14 

Marie Freeman 50 

Jo. Freeman 9 

Sycillie Freeman 4 

Jo. West 11 



Years. 

Mary Monings 30 

Mary Mounings 9 

Anna Mounings 6 

Michelanell Mounings , . . 3 

Elizabeth Ellis 16 

Ellin Jones 36 

Isaac Jones 8 

Hester Jones 6 

Tho. Jones 3 

Sara Jones 3 mo. 

Cesara Covell 15 

Joan Wall 19 

Wm. Payne 15 

Noll Knore 29 

Sara Knore 7 

Robert Driver 8, 

Elizabeth More 30 

Jo. More 3 mo. 



|N the Abigail, prd. p. cert, from the Minister of their conformitie 
and from the Justices that they are no subsidy men. 

Christopher Foster 32 years. 

Uxor Frances Foster 25 „ 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



93 



/ Rebecca Foster s 

children. | Nathaniel Forster 2 

( Jo. Forster i 



years. 



Years. 

Edward Ireson 32 

William Almond- 34 

Mary Jones 30 

Awdrey Almond 32 

Annis Almy 8 

Edward Burt 8 

Tho. Freeman 24 

Wm. Yates 14 

Elizabith Ireson 27 

Chrl Almie 3 

John Strowde 15 

Edward Rainsford 26 



Years. 

Robert Sharp 20 

John Rookeman 43 

Elizabeth Rookman 31 

Jo. Rookeman 9 

Hugh Burt 35 

Ann Burt 32 

Wm. Bassett 9 

Jo. Fox 35 

Richard Fox 15 

Jo. Payne 14 

Edmond Freeman 45 



IHEIS under written names are to be transported to New Eng- 
I land, imbarqued in the Blessing, Jo. LecesteRj M'^- The 
pties having brought cert, from the Minister and Justices of their 
conformitie, being no subsidy men, took the oaths of allegeance and 
supremacie. 

Years. 

William Cope 26 

Richard Cope 24 

Thomas King 21 

Jo. Stockbridge 27 

Robert Saiewell 30 

Wm. Brookes 20 

Gilbert Brooks 14 

Nathaniell Byham 14 

Jo. Wassell 10 

Wm. Vassell 42 

Richd. More 20 



Years. 

Robert Turner 24 

Eliza Holly 20 

Ann Vassall 6 

Margaret Vassall 2 

Mary Vassall i 

Elizabeth Robinson 32 

Sarra Robinson i J 

Nic°- Robertson 30 

Jo. Mory 19 

Charles Stucbridge i 

James Saidwell \\ 



94 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



Years. 

Jo. Robinson 5 

Ann Stocbridge 21 

Susan Saiewell 25 

Ann Vassall 42 

Suzan King 30 

Judith Vassall 16 



Years. 

Sara Tynkler 15 

Fra. Vassall 12 

Thomazin Manson 14 

Kat. Robinson 12 

Mary Robinson 7 

RoBT. Onyon 26 



29 yune, 1635. 

HEIS under written names are to be transported to Virginia, 
imbarqued in the Phillip, RICHARD MORGAN, M"^- . The men 
have been examined by the Minister of the town of Gravesend, of their 
conformitie to the orders and discipline of the Church of England, and 
taken the oath of allegeance die et a° prd. 

Years. 
TiMOTHIE FEATLIE 23 

Wm. Arundell 32 

Alexander Leake 22 

George BoNHAM 31 

Wm.Rogers 35 

Edward Halock 22 

Richd. Dawson 31 

Peter Johnson 36 

John Mason 16 

Wilton Emson 33 

James Habroll 22 

Thomas Trumball 22 

Richd. JN° son rg 

John Lawters 17 

Thomas Edwards 20 

Robert Da vies 28 

Richard Uppcott 26 

Thomas Poslett 23 



Years. 

John Hart 33 

John Coachman 28 

John Reddun 32 

John Shawe 30 

George Hill 23 

William Bransby 34 

Nicholas RiPPiN 31 

James Quarrier 22 

Isaac OwDELL 22 

Wm. Taylor 36 

James York 21 

Thomas Gorham 19 

Nathaniell Disnall 23 

John Taylor 16 

John Gorham 18 

Richard Wilson 19 

Robert Morgan 33 

Samvell Milner 18 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 95 

Years. Years. 



Women. 

Ellen Burgis 45 

Katherine Bowes 20 

SuzAN Trask 25 



MuRCiE Langford 24 

Elizabith Willerton .... 18 

Sara Shawe 18 

Marie Baker 25 

Anne Barnie 23 



23 June, 1635. 

||HEIS underwritten names are to be transported to Virginea, im- 
barqued in the America, WILLIAM BARKER, M"^-, p. cert, from 
the Minister of the town of Gravesend of their conformitie to the orders 
and discipline of the Church of England. 

Years. 

Richard Sadd 23 



Thomas Wakefield 17 

Thomas Bennett 22 

Steeven Read 24 

Wm. Stanbridge 27 

Henry Barker 18 

James Foster 21 

Thomas Talbott 20 

Richard Young 31 

Robert Thomas 20 

John Farepoynt 20 

Robert Askyn 22 

Samvell Awde 24 

William Cowley 20 

John Shawe 16 

Richard Gumy 21 

Bartholomew Holton .... 25 

John White 21 

Thomas Chappell 33 

Hugh Fox 24 

David Morris , ■, 32 



Rowland Cotton 22 

Miles Fletcher 27 

William Evans 23 

Laurence Farebern 23 

Mathew Robinson 24 

Isaac Bull 27 

Phillipp Remington 29 

Radulph Spraging 37 

George Chaundler 29 

Richard Hersey 23 

John Robinson 32 

Edmund Chipps 19 

Tho. Prichard 32 

Jonathan Bronsford 21 

HuMFREY Belt 20 

John Mace 20 

Walter Jewell , 19 

William Buckland 19 

Launcelot Jackson 18 

John Williamson 12 

Phillipp Parsons 10 



96 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



Years. 

Henry Parsons 14 

Andrew Morgan 26 

William Thomas 22 

John Yates 20 

Richard Wood 36 

James Somers 22 

Davie Bromley 15 

Walter Brookes 15 

Symon Richardson 23 

Thomas Johnson 19 

Jo. Averie 20 

John Crostes 20 

Thomas Broughton 19 

Benjamin Wragg 24 

Henry Emberie 20 

Robert Sabyn 40 

George Brookes 35 

Thomas Holland 34 

William Brookes 17 

Richard Harrison 15 

Thomas Pratt 17 

John Eales 16 

Richard Miller 12 

Robert Lamb 16 



Years. 

Thomas Boomer 13 

George Dulmare 8 

John Underwood 19 

William Bernard 27 

Charles Wallinger 24 

Thomas Dymett 23 

Kyce Hood 36 

John Carter 54 

Women. 

Elizabeth Remington 20 

Katherine Hibbotts 20 

Elizabeth Willis 18 

Joan Jobe 18 

Ann Nash 22 

Elizabeth Phillips 22 

Dorothy Standish 22 

SuzAN Death 22 

Elizabeth Death 3 

Alice Remington 26 

Dorothy Baker 18 

Elizabeth Baker 18 

Sara Colebank 20 

Mary Thurrogood 19 



29 June, 1635. 
BOARD the Abigail, ROBT. Hackwell, M'-, for New England. 



Years. 

Joseph Fludd, a baker 45 

Uxor Jane Fludd 35 

Elizabeth Fludd 9 

Obediah Fludd 4 



Years. 

Joseph Fludd \ 

Edward Martin 19 

Suzan Hathway 34 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 97 



Ultimo Junii, 1635. 

[BOARD the Abigail, Robert Hackwell, M""-, cert, from the 
Minister of Stepney Parish, of their conformitie, and that they 
are no subsidy men. 

Starchmaker, Henry Collins 29 years. 

Ktr^r Ann Collins 30 „ 

/- Henry Collins 5 „ 

3 children 4 Jo. Collins 3 „ 

V Margery Collins 2, „ 

/-Joshua Griffith 25 „ 

Servants -| Hugh Allen 27 „ 

'^ Mary RooTE 15 „ 

Jo. Coke 27 „ 

Geo. Burdin 24 „ 



|N the Abigail, prd. p. Cert, from the Minister and Justices, accord- 
ing to order. 

Edward Fountaine 28 years. 

Ralph Shippard 29 „ 

Wife and daughter pnoMAsiE Shippard 23 „ 

(. Sara Shippard 2 „ 



I July, 1635. 
|N the Abigail, prd. 

Ann GiLLAM 28 years. 

Son Ben Gillam i „ 

J- John Cooke 15 „ 

Servants X Edward Belcher 18 „ 

V Ann Williams 10 „ 

13 



98 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



Years. 

Thomas Brane, husbandman 40 

Thomas Launder 22 

William Potter, husb 27 

Frances Potter, Uxor 26 

Joseph Potter 20 weeks 

Richard Carr 29 

Philip Drinker 39 

Elizabeth Drinker, Ux 32 

Edward Drinker 13 

Jo. Drinker 8 

Margaret Tucker 23 

Ellner Hillman 33 

Wm. King 18 

George Ram 25 

Jo. Stuntley 34 



Years. 

James Dodd 16 

Mathew Abdy IS 

Edmund Freeman, husb 34 

Elizabeth Freeman, Ux 35 

Edmond Freeman 15 

John Freeman 8 

Jo. Jones 15 

Jo. Terry 32 

Jo. Emerson 20 

Richd. Woodman 9 

Elizabeth Freeman 12 

Alice Freeman 17 

Hugh Burt 15 

Annis Aldcock 18 

Tho. Thomson 18 



2 yuly, 1635. 

N the Abigail, prd. p. certificate from the Minister of Shoreditch 
parish and Stepney parish. 
Years. 

John Deyking 25 \ 

Jesper Arnold 40 / bo^nd to New England. 

Alice Deyking 30 C 

Ann Arnold 39 '^ 

Alice Steevens 22 

Margaret Devocion . 9 
Ralph Bushell 23 



|HEIS underwritten names are to be transported to New England 
imbarqued in the Defence, THOMAS BOSTOCK, M"'-, the ptie. hath 
brought testimony from the Justices of Peace and Minister in Cambridge 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



99 



of his conformity to the orders and discipline of the Church of England, 
and he hath taken the oaths of allegeance and supremacie. 

Years. 

A taylor, Adam Mott 39 

Uxor Sara Mott 31 

Mason, Henry Steevens 24 

Husb. John Sheppard 36 

Margaret Sheppard 31 

Thomas Sheppard 3 mo. 

Jo. Mott 14' 

Adam Mott 12 

Jonathan Mott g V children. 

Elizabeth Mott 6 

Mary Mott 4. 



j|N the Defence, prd. Thos. Bostock, M"'-, for New England, p. 
cert, from the Minister of Fenchurch of his conformitie, &c. 
Tho. Boylson 20 years. 



a, July. 
|N the Abigail, of London, p. cert, from the Minister and Justices 
of Peace of St. Olives, Southwarke. 

Ralph Mason, joyner 35 years. 

Ann, his wife 35 

J- Richard 5 

3 children. \ SAMUEL 3 

' Susan i 



|N the Defence, prd. 

Years. 

Elizabeth French 30 

Elizabeth French 6 

Maria French 2 J 



Years. 

Francis French 10 

Jo. French 5 mo. 



13—2 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



4 July, 1635. 
N the Defence, of London, Thomas Bostock, M'-, for New Eng- 
land, p. cert, from the Minister and Justice of Peace of his con- 
formity to the orders of the Church of England, and no subsidy man. 

Years. 

Roger Harlakenden .... 23 

Eliza, his wife 18 

Mable, his sister 21 

Anne Wood, his servant ... 23 
Samuell Shepperd, servant 22 



toke oath of allegiance and supre- 
macie. 



Joseph Cocke 27 

Geo. Cocke 25 

Wm. French 30 

Eliza, his wife 32 

Robert, a man servant .... — 

Sarra Simes 30 ^ 



Servants to y* aforesaid Roger 
Harlakenden. 



6 yuly. 
|N the Defence, of London, Tho. Bostock, for New England. 

Jo. Jackson, 30 years . , Wholesaleman in Birchin Lane, 
p. cert, from SiR GEORGE Whitmore and Minister of y' parish. 



10 yuly, 1635. 

N the Abigail, Richard Hackwell, M""-, p. cert, from y= Minis- 
ter and Justice of Peace of his conformitie to the Church of Eng- 



land, and that he is no subsidy man. 

Years. 

John Wynthropp 27 

Elizabeth Wynthropp 19 

DeNNE WINTHROPP II 



Years. 

Tho. Goad 15 

Elizabeth Epps 13 

Mary Lyne 6 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



|N the Defence p. cert, from the Justice and Minister of his con- 
formitie to the Church of England. 

A taylor, James Fitch . . 30 years. Uxor Abigall Fitch . . 24 years. 



4 July, 1635. 

HEIS underwritten names are to be transported to Virginea, im- 
barqued in the Transport of London, EDWARD WALKER, M"'-, 
p. cert, from the Minister of Gravesend, of their conformitie to the orders 
and discipline of the Church of England. 



Years. 

Oliver Van Heck 35 

Uxor Katherine Van Heck. 34 

Peter Van Heck 7 

Richard Maton 23 

Wm. Page 18 

Robert Kevynn 19 

Peter Smith 25 

Brian McGawyn 3 

Daniel Symson 17 

William Wallington ..-. 32 

Richard Sharp 15 

Marmaduke Kidson 18 

Jo. Godfrey 21 

Richard Critch 27 

Ellis Baker 21 

Jonathan Neale 12 

Jo. Bush 17 

Wm. Nesse 23 

Jo. Spreate 20 

Tho. Steevens 25 



Years. 

Jo. Waters 29 

robt. fossitt 26 

Walter Dowms 24 

Symon Jones 40 

Robert Jenkinson 18 

Francis Clark 28 

Patrick Breddy 21 

Heary Castell 22 

Steeven Block 18 

GowEN Lancaster 28 

Robert Farrar 24 

Bryan Glynn 20 

Humfrey Hudnet 22 

Jo. Woddall 18 

Geo. Ashon 22 

Peter Sexston 20 

Tho. Johnson 23 

Thomas Saunders 20 

John Lee 16 

Robert Farest 20 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



Years. 

Richard BicK i8 

William Hardisse 22 

Daniell Rose 25 

Richard Anderson 17 

James Phillips 26 

Robert Tynman 21 

Peter Waller 24 

Richard Petley 22 

Roger Hollidge 19 

Wm. Reddman 18 

Francis Bick 23 

Thomas Cranfield 14 

Thomas Payne 23 

Phillip Jones -, . 22 

John Goodson 21 

Steeven Beane 20 

George Barber 20 

Richard Wheatlie 32 

Richard Lloyd 28 

Henrie Barnes 22 

Thomas More 21 

John Harrison 30 

Wm. Hudson 20 

Wm. Mason 30 

Mark Briggoll 21 

Henry Porter 30 

Patrick Woddall 20 

John Gee 1 8 

Richard Cooper 28 

Richard Eggleston 24 

William Harbert 15 

John Wise 18 

Thomas Coles 32 

Tho. Williams 18 

Richard Atkinson 21 



Years. 

John Powne 20 

Edward Row 17 

Robert Greene 20 

Henry Meddowes 20 

George Johnson 19 

John Voss 22 

Andrew Adams 18 

John Wilson 32 

Nathan Anley 28 

Anthony Grimston 20 

Tho. Hacket 19 

Robert Honniborn 21 

Jo. Parson 18 

Alexander BuRLiE 18 

Wm. Hart 26 

Nathaniel Patient 16 

Henry Armstrong 22 

Wm. Watson 24 

Harbert Judd 16 

John Fox 33 

Henry Burket 34 

Bennet Freeman 20 

Edward Salter 19 

Robert Covett 25 

Tho. More 18 

Jo. Russell 16 

Edward Hunt 19 

Robert Beckwith 21 

Jo. WiTTON 16 

John Harris 28 

Jo. Baylie 42 

John Hathorn 20 

Edward Drue 18 

Jo. Arp 19 

Edward Pryme 16 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



103 



Women. 

Years. 

Katherine Long 34 

Elizabeth Sames 19 

Joan Hardiss 18 

Elizabeth Riley 18 

Ellin Rogerson 20 

Elizabeth Lincoln 23 

Elizabeth Corker 19 

Ann Wandall 18 

Sibbell Lakeland 25 

Ellin White 26 

Wm. White 7 weeks 

Ellener Roger 19 

Dorothy Charles 20 

Francis Webster 27 

Jo. Syard 38 

Geo. Midland 19 

Hester Brotherton 18 

Margaret Watson .... 18 

Oliffe Sprawe 21 



Years. 

Ann Brisco 22 

Ann Gudderidge 23 

Rebecca Lane 22 

Elizabeth Yore 23 

Ralph Golthorp 20 

Edward Thomson 24 

Wm. White 2>7 

Robert Lewes 38 

Barnabie Barms 35 

Edward Ison 20 

John Somerton 24 

John Russell 14 

Robert Bateman 20 

Wm. Cooke 20 

Henr. Banister 22 

Tho. Richardson 26 

Jo, Waller 19 

Richard Wever 27 

John True 26 

Jo. Horne 21 

Robert Medley 16 



6 yuly, 1635. 

|N the Paule of London, Leonard Betts, M""- Bound for Vir- 
ginea, p. certificate from the Minister of Gravesend of their con- 
formitie to the Church of England. 



Years. 

Adrian Ford 26 

William Crast 23 

Robert Caplin 22 

Edward Wade 24 



Years. 

Tho. Greene 21 

Jo. Jones 18 

Tho. Barefoot ig 

Robert Taylor 18 



104 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



Years. 

Jo. Richardson 22 

Richard Hughes 20 

Robert Markcom 22 

Peter Price 23 

Giles Collins 20 

Jo. Machem 18 

Robert Wile 21 

John Thomkins 25 

Sylvester Thatcher 21 

Nicholas Fox 20 

Jermy Watts 21 

John Davis 23 

Nicholas Parke 23 

John Gill 19 

Jo. Aynis 21 

Aron Everett 20 

Launcelott Limrick 20 

Wm. Strange 25 

Wm. Palmer 18 

Philip Bagley 19 

CiPRiAN Warner 21 

Henry Dudman 18 

Tho. Hitchcock 22 

Richard Eggleston 16 

Jo. Courtney 32 

Robert Underwood 30 

Wm. Quynie 40 

Nicholas Clark 31 

Samvell Symonds 30 

Jo. Gill 34 

John Cooper 24 

Henry Banks '. 19 

Nathaniel Deane 27 

Thomas Lister 22 

Edward Wygon 20 



Years. 

Wm. Jackson 26 

Tho. Simpson 17 

Daniel Collyer 30 

John Cooke 20 

Arthur Patient 22 

Hugh Harrison 22 

William Pack 27 

Francis Lattner 17 

William Berry 17 

David Fludd 17 

Jo. Hodges 17 

Samvell Burnett 17 

Francis Woddall 18 

Abram Bruster 16 

Edward Hobson 22 

Henry Jacob 20 

Richard Clayton 24 

Thomas Webb 18 

Henry Worlidge 18 

Richard Davies 20 

Wm. Jackson 26 

Mathew Bennet 18 

William Hind 35 

Margaret Hind 30 

AUGUSTIN HaRWOOD 2$ 

Katherine Wilson 28 

( Robert Wilson . 6 
^<=^^^'^''""( Richard Wilson 5 

Lidvard Wood 22 

Wm. Postell 22 

Charles Ford 33 

John Scott 26 

Thomas Flexney 23 

John Heron 18 

Tho. Baker 16 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



r°S 



Years. 

William Hughes 20 

Jo. COXSHEDD 14 

Peter Pryer 26 

Benjamin Hooke ... - 20 

Jo. GiBBS 35 

Geo. Dawe 23 

Hugh Beacon 25 

Jo. Bishop 23 

Samvell Davies 24 

Tho. Warner 12 

Thomas Draper 26 

Anth°- Potts 27 

Mark White 25 

William Hickey 22 

Francis Searle 28 

William Riddell 16 

Jo. Potter 26 

Wm. Capell 25 

Jo. Mynter 16 

Wm. Harefinch 30 



Symon Simes 15 

Anthony Day 22 

Women. 

Grace Alderman '. . . 22 

Mary Husband 20 

Alice Fuller 22 

Elizabeth Raynton 16 

Elizabeth Collins 20 

Dorothy Brad LIE 18 

Grace Jones 24 

Sybbill Courtney 23 

Joan Bowd'en 24 

Annis Seeden 22 

Joan Colchester 23 

Elizabeth Stacie 20 

Dorothy Day 17 

Ann Emmerton 20 

Martha Holland 24 



iitk day of Jidy, 163"^. 

I^'^IHEIS under written names are to be transported to New England, 
Itei.^l imbarqued in the Defence, of London, Edward Bostock, M"- , 
p. certificate of his conformitie in Religion, and that he is no subsidy- 
man. 

a miller, Richard Perk 33\ 

Mary Perk 40 / 

^ > years. 

Isabell Perk 7 i 

Elizabeth Perk 4 -^ 

Henry DuHURST 35 



14 



Io6 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



14 July, 1635. 

IN the Defence, of London, M'- EdmonD BostoCKE, for New 
England, p. cert, from the Minister. 
Robert Hill, 20 years, servant to Mr. Craddock. 



18 Jiily, 1635. 



lyi'^IHE underwritten names are to be transported to New England, 
I^.ctI imbarqued in the Pide-Cowe, p. cert, from the Minister of his 
conformitie, and from Sir Edward Spencer, resident nere Branford, that 
he is no subsidy man ; hath taken the oath of allegeance and supre- 



macie. 



William Harrison 55 years old. 

Jo. Baldin , 13 „ 

William Baldin - 9 ,. 



Ife'^lHEIS underwritten names are to be transported to New England, 
^!^ imbarqued in the Defence, prd. p. cert, from the Minister and 
Justices of their conformitie. and y'- they are no subsidy men. 



Years. 

Sarra Jones 34 

Sarra Jones 15 

Jo. Jones ..» 11 

Ruth Jones 7 

Theophilus Jones 3 

Rebecca Jones 2 

Eliz. Jones \ 

Tho. Donn 25 

Suzanna Farebrother 25 

Eliz. Fennick 25 



Years. 

Wn. Sawkynn 25 

Wm. Hubbard, husb 40 

Judith Hubbard 25 

John Hubbard 15 

Wm. Hubbard 13 

Wm. Read „ 48 

Mabell Read 30 

George Read 6 

Ralph Read 5 

Justice Read 18 mo. 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



107 



Years. 

Dorothy Knight 30 

Nathaniel Hubbard 6 

Richard Hubbard 4 

MARxiiA Hubbard 22 

Mary Hubbard 20 

Robert Colburne 28 

Edward Colborne 17 

Dorothy Adams 24 

Francis Nutbrowne 16 

Wm. Williamson 25 

Marie Williamson 23 

Luce Mercer 19 

Jo. Fitch 14 

Penelope Darno 20 



Years. 

Martha Banes 20 

Jasper Gonn 29 

Ann Gonn 25 

Febe Maulder 7 

Sym. Roger 20 

Jo. Jenkynn 26 

Robert Keyne 40 

Eliz. Steerer 18 

Sara Knight 50 

Ann Keyne 38 

Ben. Keyne 16 

Jo. Burles 27 

Mary Bentley 20 



13 ytcly, 1635. 

IHEIS under written names are to be transported to New England, 
imbarqued in the James, Jo. May, M"'- , for N. E., p. cert, from 
the Minister of their conformation in Religion, and that they are no 
subsidy men. 



Years. 

Wm. Ballard, husb 32 

Elizabeth Ballard 26 

Hester Ballard 2 

Jo. Ballard i 

Alice Jones 26 

Eliza Goffe 26 

Edmond Bridges 23 

Michell Milner 23 

Tho. Terry 28 

Robert Terry 25 

RiCHD. Terry 17 

Tpios. Marshall 22 



Wm. 



Years- 

Hooper* 18 



Edmond Johnson 23 

Samvell Bennet 24 

RiCHD. Palmer 29 

Ant°- Bessy 26 

Edw. Gardner 25 

Wm. Colbron 16 

Henry Bull 25 

Solomon Martin 16 

William Hill, wheelewrite . . 70 

Nicholas Buttry 33 

Martha BuTTRY 28 

14—2 



io8 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



Years. 

Grace BuTTRY i 

Jo. Hart, shoemaker 4° 

Maria Hart 31 

Henry Tybbot, shoemaker ... 39 

Elizabeth Tybbot 39 

Jerymy Tybbott 4 

Samvell Tybbott 2 

Remembrance Tybbott 28 

Nicholas Goodhue, cloth 
worker 



60 



Years. 

Jane Goodhue S^ 

John Johnson 26 

SuzAN Johnson 24 

Eliza Johnson 2 

Tho. Johnson 18 mo. 

Ralph Farman, barber 32 

Alice Farman 28 

Mary Farman 7 

Tho. Farman 4 

Ralph Farman 2 



IHEIS under written names are to be transported to N. England 
imbarqued in the Blessing JOHN LESTER, M'- The pties have 
brought cert, from the Minister and Justices of their conformitie in 
Religion, and that they are no subsidy men. 

Years. 

Mary Syratt 20 

Richard Hallingworth ... 40 
SuzAN Hallingworth 30 



Years. 

Jo. Jackson, fisherman 40 

Margaret Jackson 36 

John Jackson 2 

Jo. Manifold 17 

John Burles 26 

Jo. Fitch 14 

Nic°- Long 19 

Christian Buck 26 

Darnabie Davies 36 

SuzAN Danes 16 

Robert Lewes 28 

Eliz. Lewes 22 

Edward Ingram 18 

Henry Beck 18 

Jo. Hathoway 18 

Richard Sexton 14 

Mary Hubbard 24 



Christian Hunter 20 

Elizabeth Hunter 18 

Tho. Hunter 14 

Wm. Hunter 11 

Wm. Hollingworth 7 

RicHD. Hollingworth 4 

SuzAN Hollingworth 2 

Eliz. Hollingworth 3 

Tho. Trentum 14 

Tho. Biggs 13 

Jo. Bruggs 20 

RoBT. Lewes 28 

Eliz. Lewes 22 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



109 



|HEIS underwritten names are to be transported to New England 
imbarqued in the Love, JOSEPH YouNG, M'- 



Years. 

William Cherrall, baker ... 26 

Ursula Cherrall 40 

Jo. Harman 12 

Francis Harman 43 



Years. 

Sarra Harman 10 

Walter Parker 18 

William Browne, fisherman . 26 
Mary Browne 26 



|HEIS underwritten names are to be transported to Virginea, im- 
barqued in the Alice, RICHARD ORCHARD, M"'- The men have 



taken the oaths of allegeance and supremacie. 



Years. 

Edward Hughes 21 

James Morfy 21 

Robert Haggar 33 

Tho. Askeu 21 

Richard Cooke 21 

Miles Atkinson 22 

Rowland Vaughan 19 

Richard Natt 18 

Fra. Jenkinson 28 

William Kendredd 20 

Jo. Wilson 29 

RoBT. Baxter 21 

Jo. Bentley 34 

Jo. HOLDSWORTH 20 

Jo. Wright 21 

Charles Peacock 28 



Years. 

Chrl Hudson 30 

Jo. Smith 20 

Jo. Cooper 20 

Edward Waggitt "20 

Jo. ViccARS 35 

Tho. Atkinson 27 

Rowland Sudgerner 21 

William Massingburd 23 

Jo. Hutton 17 

Elizabeth Dew 32 

Ann Dew 9 mo. 

Rachell Adams 16 

Avis Deacon 19 

Hanna Glisford 20 

Eliz. Blanch 20 

Sophia Rottrie 16 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



23 yuly. 
Ife^'^IHEIS underwritten names are to be transported to New England, 
ImM imbarqued in the Pide-Cowe, Mr-., — AsHLEY. The ptie. hath 
brought certificate of his conformitie in religion, and attestacon from the 
Justices that he is no subsidy man. 

husb. Robert Bills 32 



28 July, 1635. 

|HEIS persons hereunder expressed are to be transported to New 
England, imbarqued in the Hopewell, of London, Thomas Babb, 
M"'- , p. Certificate from the Minister of St. Giles', Cripplegate, that they 
are conformable to the Church of England, the men have taken the oaths 
of allegeance and supremacie. 



Years. 

Tho. Tredwell, a smith 30 

Mary Tredwell 30 



Years. 

Tho. Blackly 20 

Tho. Tredwell...: i 



24 July. 

ira^lHEIS underwritten names are to be transported to Virginea, im- 
HS barqued in the Assurance, de Lo :, ISAAC Bromwell and 
Geo. Pewsie, M''', examined by the Minister of the Town of Gravesend,- 
of their conformitie in religion, the men have taken the oaths of allegi- 
ance and supremacie. 



Years. 

Robert Brian 2^ 

Maudlin Jones 60 

Ann Shawe 32 

Jo. DUNCOMB 46 

SiTH Haieward 30 



Years. 

Richard Hamey 38 

Wm. Holland 35 

Henry Snowe 26 

Marie Southwood 22 

Francis Roweson 29 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



Ill 



Years. 

Jane Sowthern 19 

Margerie Baker 39 

Sara Rayne 18 

Andrew Underwood 22 

Philipp Johns 22 

Henrie Marshall 35 

Henry Heiden 30 

Elizabeth Sherlocke 29 

Thomas Hurlock 40 

Samvell Handy 25 

Jo. Gater 36 

Joan Gater 23 

Wm. Lee 36 

Joshua Titloe 19 

Jo. Middleton 23 

Robert Haiward 22 

Samvell Powell 19 

Richard Glove 24 

Tho. Pagett 41 

Mathew Holmes 21 

Elias Harrington 22 

Richard Smith 25 

Tho. Robinson 24 

Evan ap Even 19 

Jo. Browne 21 

Robert Frith 23 

Tho. Wilkinson 23 

Dennis Hoggin 24 

Jo. Friccar 25 

Richard Ridges 19 

Edward Davies 27 

Leodorus Blakewell 21 

Jo. Dermot 21 

Jo. Morgan 27 

Thos. Baycock 46 



Years. 

Richard Rogers 48 

Richard Lockley 51 

Jo. Jakes 20 

Tho. More 19 

Jo. Baker 22 

Nehemiah Cason 21 

Robert Mayes 28 

Richard Barnes 38 

Jo. Buttler 50 

Wm. Robbell 19 

Robert Wyon 22 

Mathew Dixon 18 

John Wheeler 23 

Jo. North 24 

Mountfort Newman 27 

Robert Steere 17 

Wm. Lake 35 

Humfrey WiLKiNs 19 

Ant°- Stilyo 21 

Tho. Deacon 19 

Robert Rigglie 19 

Benjamin Pillard 18 

Robert Davies 28 

Jo. Smith 20 

Walter Merridith 33 

Tho. Phillips 24 

James Kingsmill 18 

Jo. Bowton 20 

Walter Chapman 44 

James Arnold 37 

Richard Leake i8 

Tho. Edwynn 13 

Handgate Baker 22 

Jo. Alcock 20 

Tho. Hall 15 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



Years. 

James Edwin i8 

Edward Comins 28 

Jo. Gater 15 

NiCHO. Gibson .'. 22 

Jo. Roberts 46 

Geo. Mosley 20 

James Ravesh 20 

Jo. Hales 21 

Warram Tuck 20 

Jo. Jones 30 

Wm. Colture 19 

Robert Silby 19 

Richard Bruster 26 

Jo. Swanley 21 

Wm. Charles 21 

Anthony Lee 21 

William Williams 28 

Henry George 19 

Jo. BiLLINS 21 

Wm. Write 18 

Robert Lovett 20 

Jo. JEFFERIE 19 

HENRIE HALER 22 

Richard Symonds 30 

James Sparks 57 

Richard Kirbie 32 

James Hingle 40 

Tho. Saunderson 24 

William Spicer 20 

William Thomas 19 

Henry Madin 30 

Edward Ednall 21 

Tho. Jefferies 22 

Nic°- Jackson 22 

Tho. Spratt 23 



Years. 

Tho. Leonard 18 

Tho. Beson 24 

Christoph. Dixon 24 

Isaac Kemp 23 

Jeremie Slie 19 

Jo. O. MULLIN 18 

Ant°- Procter 16 

Robert Handley 19 

Jo. Aymies 19 

Jo. Tayler 21 

Wm. RoFFiN 18 

Richard Halsey 13 

Ant°- Otland 18 

Robert Oldrick 18 

Wm. Hall 21 

Jo. Copeland 19 

John Goad 18 

Jo. Pooley 17 

Francis Gayer ... 1 18 

Tho. Craven 17 

Richard Lucas 16 

Geo. Cullidge 18 

Laurence Barker 26 

Jo. Bowes 20 

Jo. WOODBRIDGE 32 

Jo. Johnson ; . . . 20 

Jo. Chappell 38 

Geo. Whittaker 32 

Richard Liversidge 24 

Henry Wood 20 

Robert Max 21 

Jo. Warren 18 

Tho. Turner 18 

Jo. Garland 19. 

Jo. Humfrey 23 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



Years. 

Isaac Ambrose i8 

WM. HUNCOTE 35 

Tho. Williams 19 

Tho. Foxcrofte 19 

Tho. Hobbs 22 

Charles Collohon 19 

Henry Donn 23 

Roger QuiNTiN 21 

Wm. Small 18 

Wm. Coleman 16 

Ant°- Andrewe 21 

Jo. Richardson 18 

Wm. Claddin 17 

Thomas Gudderidge 17 

Roger Burley 17 

Thos. Bard 16 

Henry Butler 14 

Jo. Budd 15 

Jos. Marshall 35 

Wm. Read 30 

Edward Mitchell 18 

Robert Drewrie 16 

Richd. Wells 17 

Jo. Cotes 17 

Jo. Stubber 17 

Henry Lee 18 

Richard Ball 17 

Jo. Cooke 17 

Thomas Syer 14 

Jo. Partridge 18 

Jo. Johnson 24 

Women. 

ISBELL DAVIES 22 



Years. 
ISABELL HaKESBY 23 

Joan Vallins 17 

Marie Chambney 28 

Elizabeth Allcott 20 

Francis Bakewell 30 

Elizabeth Payne 21 

Elizabeth Hughson 22 

Marie Averie 22 

Sara Alport 25 

Marie Lee „ 22 

Elizabeth Bateman 23 

Thomas Markcom 26 

Ann Goldwell 17 

Ann Griffin 26 

James Brookes 28 

Ux. Alice Brookes 18 

Dorcas Mercer 30 

Ellen Davies 23 

Alice Harris 21 

Eedie Holloway 22 

Sara Coggin 20 

Elizabeth Baker 20 

Dorothy Davies 17 

Elizabeth Raynard 20 

Marie Olliver 21 

Alice Riall 18 

Rebecca Parmeton 19 

Marie Middleton 17 

Kat. Fulder 17 

Eliz. Dicks 18 

Sara Greene 20 

Margaret Rickord 20 

WINNIFREDD CONGRAVE 22 

Mathew Plant 23 

Jo. More 28 

15 



114 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



Years. 

Elizabeth Powell 17 

Marie Shorter 26 



Years. 

Marie Lee 14 weeks 

Mathew Clatworthy 25 



27 July, 1635. 

|HEIS under written names are to be transported to Virginea, 
imbarqued in the Primrose, Capten DOUGLASS, Mr. , per certifi- 
cate under y= Minister's hand of Gravesend, being examined by him 
touching their conformitie to the Church discipline of England ; the 
men have taken the oaths of allegeance and supremacie. 






S< 

O Q 



Years. 

William Spa wsoN ... 20 

Jo. Symonds 18 

Richard Webb 36 

Luke Snoden 21 

Wm. Starling 18 

Laurence Whit- 
horse 17 

Robert Nuttall ... 18 

Jo. Hall 24 



Mathew Burr ....,-...■ 27 

Tho. Daggett 21 

Jo. Baldwyn 27 

Tho. Bruxston 20 

Henry Banbridge 18 

Nic°- Petting 24 

Robert Williams 21 

Wm. Thorncome 19 

Tho. Wiggin 21 

Chrl Legg 19 

Henrie Robinson 26 

Jo. Sherrick 19 

Jo. Palmer 18 



Years. 

Wm. Alderton 35 

Thos. Clifton .., 25 

Wm. Browne 19 

Alexander Masie 21 

Geo. Lee 16 

Tho. Browne 21 

John Pew 16 

George Cottingham 20 

Jo. Swifte 23 

Geo. Fowler 22 

Tho. Farraby 26 

Robert Sharp 21 

Wm. Evans 25 

William Harris ....; 50 

Thomas Coke 24 

Abram Swifte 23 

Oliver Fayrie 25 

Oliver Symon 30 

Henry Maggitt 29 

Tho. Bales 18 

Wm. Allinson 25 

Walter Marshall 17 

Jo. Shipley 21 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



"S 



Years. 

Tho. Smith i8 

Jo. Johnson 21 

Jo. Wicks 26 

RicHD. West 21 

Geo. Warde 19 

Wm. Perce 29 

Jo. Beotell 20 

•Francis Ratford 20 

Jo. Morfin 20 

Jo. Lee 25 

Jo. Balme 34 

Jo. Strowde 17 

Wm. Fox 21 

Tho. Pynch 32 

RicHD. Gill 26 

Henry Dikes 33 

Wm. Shawe 25 

Henry Smith 22 

Ralph Hunt 22 

Jo. Lupton 25 

James Rydie ^ 4S 

Garret Cooke 20 

John Merie 17 

Oliver Clifford 18 

William White 23 

Tho. Mortimer 20 

Jo. Ridge 16 

Tho. Vinson 18 

Francis Dellicat 20 

Tho. Ridge 23 

Richard Cary 17 

Tho. Munnings 16 

Wm. Parry 16 

James Hall 18 

Robert Benton .. 18 



Tho. Mason 19 

Tho. Saker 16 

Jo. Marsh 33 

Francis Mursh 28 

Tho. Adams 21 

Philip Da VIES 25 

Edward Dannell 18 

Henry Chapman 19 

Jo. North 22 

Charles White 18 

John Parry 27 

Godfrey Hundley 24 

Richard Watts 24 

Clement Donn 22 

Richard Stanford 25 

Ben. Gregorie 24 

Edward Mills 30 

Robert Crelie 14 

Richard Kellum 16 

Robert Page 17 

Jo. Baldwyn 21 

Ellis Harman 18 

Jo. Bottomley 19 

Wm. More 16 

Samvell Boswell 23 

Wm. Swifte 21 

Wm. Griffin 21 

Jo. Norman 20 

Richard Ward 13 

Francis jARVicE 14 

Tho. Thomas 20 

Luke Richardson 17 

Jo. Fletcher 18 

Robert Harris 20 

Robert Feats 25 

15—2 



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LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



Years. 

Jo. Saker 3° 

Wm. Johnson 26 

Jo. Weekes 18 

Edmond Ardinton 20 

Chisto. Banbridge 19 

Eliz. Maynard 22 

Ann Jackson 23 

Jo. MoLiN 30 

Margaret Clark 21 

Wm. Clark i 

Ellen Haly 55 

Sicillia Weston 37 



Years. 

Jane Prym 18 

Ann Visher 20 

Kat. York 19 

Dorothy Jakes 29 

Aymie HuMFRiE 23 

Margaret Jnoson 20 

Marie Saker 24 

Ellin Sutton 20 

Jo. Saker i 

Tho. Poole 43 

Jo. Whetston 20 

Thomazin Mills 38 



Ultimo July, 1635. 

jHEIS underwritten names are to be transported to Virginea, im- 
barqued in y^ Merchant's Hope, HUGH Weston, M'-; per exami- 
nacon by the Minister of Gravesend, touching their conformitie to the 
Church discipline of England, and have taken the oaths of allegeance and 
supremacie. 



Years. 

Edward Towers 26 

Henry Woodman 22 

Richard Seemes 26 

Allin King 19 

Rowland Sadler 19 

Jo. Phillips 28 

Vincent Wharter 17 

James Whithedd 14 

Josius Watts 21 

Peter Loe 22 

George Broker 17 

Henry Erles 26 

Jo. Dennis 22 

Tho. Swayne 23 



Years. 

Charles Rilsden 27 

John Exson 17 

William Luck 14 

Jo. Thomas 19 

Jo. Archer 21 

Richard Williams 25 

Francis Hutton 20 

Savill Gascoyne 29 

Richard Buleell 29 

Richard Jones 26 

Tho. Wynes 30 

HUMFREY WiLLINS 22 

Edward Roberts 22 

Martin Atkinson 32 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



117 



Years. 

Edward Atkinson 28 

Wm. Edwards 30 

Nathan Bruddock 31 

jeffery gurrish 23 

Henry Carrell i6 

Tho. Ryle 24 

Gamaliel White 24 

Richard Marks 19 

Tho. Clever 16 

Jo. Kitchin 16 

Edmond Edwards 20 

Lewes Miles 19 

Jo. Kenneday 20 

Sam. Jackson 24 

Daniel Cudick 16 

Jo. Chalk 25 

Jo. Vynall 20 

Edward Smith 20 

Jo. Rowledge" 19 

Wm. Westlie 40 

John Smith 18 

Jo. Saunders 22 

Tho. Bartchard 16 

Tho. Dodderidge 19 

Richard Williams 18 



Years. 

Jo. Ballance 19 

Wm. Baldin 21 

Wm. Pen 26 

Jo. Geerie 24 

Henry Baylie 18 

Richard Anderson 50 

Robert Kelum 51 

Richard Fanshaw 22 

Tho. Bradford 40 

Wm. Spencer 16 

Marmaduke Ella 22 

Women. 

Ann SwAYNE 22 

Eliz. Cote 22 

Ann Ryce 23 

Kat. Wilson 23 

Maudlin Lloyd 24 

Mabell Busher 14 

Annis Hopkins 19 

Ann Mason 24 

Bridget Crompe 18 

Mary Hawkes 19 

Ellen Hawkes 18 



I August, 1635, 

jHEIS under written names are to be transported to Virginea, 
imbarqued in the Elizabeth of London, Christopher Browne, 

Examined by the Minister of Gravesend touching their conformitie 
to the orders and discipline of the Church of England ; the men have 
taken the oaths of allegeance and supremacie. 



ir8 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



Years. 

Jo. Benford 20 

LoDOWiCK Fletcher 20 

Jo. Bagbie 17 

ROBT. Salter 14 

Edward White 18 

Steeven Pierce 30 

Richard Beauford 18 

Richard Chapman 18 

Andrew Parkins 18 

Jo. Baker 16 

Jo. Wakers 16 

Jo. Vaughan 17 

Yeoman Gibson 16 

Tho. Leed 16 

Geo. Trevas 18 

William Shilborn 20 

Samuel Growce 38 

Wm. Glasbrooke 21 

Edward Dicks 30 

Jo. Bennett 18 

Michel Saundby 25 



Years. 

Wm. Thurrowgood 13 

Samuel Mathew 14 

Tho. Frith 17 

Jo. Austin 24 

Paul Fearne 24 

Thomas Royston 25 

Jo. Tayler 18 

Women. 

Katherine Jones 28 

Eliz. Sankster 24 

Ellin Shore 20 

Alice Pyndon 19 

Sara Everedge 22 

Margaret Smith 28 

Elizab. Hoeman 20 

MouLES Naxton 19 

Marie Burback 17 

Eliz. Rudston 40 

Eliz. Rudston 5 



II August, 1635. 
|N the Batclieler de Lon. Tho. Webb for New England. 



Lyon Gardner, 36 years, and his wife Mary, 34 years, and Eliza 
Coles, 23 years, their maid servant, and Wm. Jope, 40 years, who 
are to pass to New England, have brought cert, of their conformity. 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



119 



7 August, 1635. 

HEIS underwritten names are to be transported to Virginea, 
imbarqued in the Globe, of London, JEREMY Blackman, M"'- , 
have been examined by the Minister of Gravesend, of their conformitie, 
and have taken the oaths of allegeance and supremacie. 



Years. 

John Goodbarne, minister ... 30 

Edward Lewes 21 

Jo. Whitwham 26 

Jo. Babington 20 

WM. SaTCHILL 22 

Tho. Gowen 18 

Symon Moody 20 

Thomas Tucker 21 

Jo. Watton 20 

Jo. Ramsey 30 

Richard Bates 16 

William Bowler 14 

Henry Hopes 23 

William Barnes 22 

Henry Smithick 26 

Tho. Grigg 16 

Christopher Legg 18 

Randall Burne 20 

HuMFREY Buckley 18 

Henry Ston 27 

Phillipp Sherringham 17 

Tho. Sharp 17 

William Savory 25 

Edward King 21 

Nathaniel Rogers 17 

Michell Victor 18 

Wm. Sharp 21 

Wm. Osmotherley 14 



Years. 

Geo. Nettellford 19 

Tho. Parker 22 

Philip Meredith 12 

Robert Coppyn 11 

Wm. Browne 20 

Robert Yates 25 

Wm. Griffith 18 

Olough Berne 19 

James Copley 22 

Thos. Blithe 20 

Wm. Howard 16 

Jo. Hale 14 

Nicholas Tayler 17 

Benedict Rolls 16 

Martin Perkins 18 

Wm. Ennis 22 

Davie Vaughan 18 

Jo. Seaton 19 

Tho. Bowyer 19 

Abram Bentley 20 

Richard Adams 22 

John Russell 15 

Wm. Burton 20 

Mathew Bateman 20 

Jo. Bynstedd 20 

Michell Haynes 21 

Thos. jNosoN 21 

John Whitfield 20 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



Years. 

Henry Moston 23 

Allin Hamock 32 

George Forth 27 

Charles Smith 22 

Mathew Morton 19 

Wm. Lewes 25 

Robert Arnold 30 

Jo. Thatcher 22 

Wm. Nash , 22 

Peter Payton 22 

Robert Baldry 18 

Edward Langstedd 18 

James Scott 21 

Wm. Andrews 18 

Jo. Bland 26 

Philip Westlake 20 

Jo. Marwood 17 

Jo. Griffith 20 

Jo. HowGATE 17 

Luke Hanes 27 

Jo. Stibbs 19 

Jeffrey Wynch 20 

Richard Abbott 25 

Richard Steevenson 19 

Tho. Smith 30 

Ant°- Carter 22 

Geo. More 25 

Robert Gannock 20 

Richard Cooke 46 

Richard Townsend 28 

Nicholas Jernew 28 

Tho. Wallis 32 

WiLLM. SCARFIELD 22 

Samvel Stringer 17 

Nic°- Reinolds 38 



Years. 

John Peter 20 

Richard Wollman 22 

Edward Cleiborn 20 

Nicholas Bate 24 

Wm. Bate 35 

Richard Weli^ 26 

Richard Guy 23 

Jo. Swann 18 

Edward Lene 32 

Tho. Sawell 29 

Tho. Whaplett 21 

Mabell Eaton 27 

Sara Cleyton 27 

Ann Levynns 31 

Mary Willis 22 

Ann Creede 22 

Julian Merideth 38 

Lucie Buckle 18 

Joan Jernew 30 

Eliz. Jernew 25 

Robert Swive;n 18 

Robert Isham 14 

Jo. Armsby 30 

Wm. Lennon 19 

Michell Whitley 23 

Jo. Mannings 20 

Wm. Barloe 19 

Edward Hollinbrigg 27 

Wm. Mainfold 20 

Gregorie Allin 17 

Wm. Talbott 14 

Geo. Hawley 17 

Edward Hodgskynns 21 

Mark Gill 22 

Tho, Harwood 26 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



i2r 



Years. 

Abram Watson 17 

Allin Rippin 28 

John Hobson 25 

Tho. Chapman 26 

Robert Vase 19 

Richard Ward 23 

Geo. Aldin 20 

Wm. Warner 25 

Geo. Grace 25 

Christopher Hammond 32 

Jacob Averie 33 

Geo. Averie 23 

Francis Bullock 26 

Richard Upgate 21 

Ann Willett 23 

Joyce Robinson 20 

Margaret Balie 20 

Mary Brackley 20 



Years. 

Francis Townsend 21 

Francis Townsend 2 

Tho. Needham 13 

Tho. Axstell 35 

Jo. Reddman 46 

Robert Mastrie 32 

Robert Crouch 15 

Tho. Owen 23 

Tho. Knibb 23 

Robert Waltum 26 

Deboro Barnie 23 

Jo. Tyler 16 

Tho. Gregorie 15 

Tho. Tate 22 

Tho. Hancock 15 

Fra. Pepper 16 

Wm. Saunders 19 



m 



10 August, 1635. 

HEIS underwritten names are to be transported to Virginea, im- 
barqued in the Safety, JOHN Graunt, M"'- 



Years. 

John Hardon 27 

Richard Haieward 33 

Barthol Hoskyns 34 

Ant°- Haies 24 

Jo. Catts 23 

Jo. Wazon 19 

Henry Gadling 16 

Richard Hopkins 25 

Robert Sutton 17 

Robert Pitway 27 



Years. 

Mary Pitway 4 

Jo. Jones 29 

Mathew Gough 22 

Robert Boddy 19 

Jo. Carter 22 

Thomas Heath 23 

Jo. Hornwood 21 

Francis Barker 21 

Wm. Tighton 24 

Christopher Wynn 20 

x6 



122 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



Years. 
Jo. HEMING 25 

Ralph Sympicynn 28 

James Barnes 25 

Chri. Stopt 24 

Robert Lendall 20 

David Kiffin 24 

Wm. Symondes 32 

TYMOTHY TRALLOPP 21 

Henry Dugdell 20 

John Lownd 16 

James Atkinson 16 

NicH"- Watson i6 

Jo. Taylor 18 

Arthur Raymond 20 

Edward Spicer 21 

Robert Harrwood 17 

Richard Foster 16 

Jo. Bell 30 

Gabriell Fisher 36 

Thomas Browne 18 

Cornelius Maies 12 

Steeven Gorton 35 

Jo. Gloster 23 

Jo. Pigeon 15 

Thos. Thorne 13 

Jo. Write 15 

Richard Preston 17 

Andrew Stretcher 14 

Alexander Harvie 15 

Edmond Jenkins 15 

Nic°- Morton 17 

Jo. Bay 16 

James Pattison 21 

Wm. Lowther 24 

Edward Saunders 40 

* Intended 



Years. 

James Bethell 27 

Jo. Browne 25 

Jo. Gibson 30 

Tho. Belk 37 

Geo. Tucker 22 

Tho. Jennions 24 

Robert Perkins 25 

Jo. Martin 23 

Edmond Farrell 20 

Wm. Hassell 24 

Edward Gifford 30 

Roger Gilbert 16 

Richard Allin 22 

Jo. Wilkinson 14 

Francis Vyons 25 

Willm. Davies 27 

Richard Alderley 26 

Henry Dalleper 18 

Richard Hudson 30 

Jo. Hill 22 

Edmond Mulleneux 20 

Humfres Blackman 16 

Richard Cotton 20 

James Allin 19 

Martin Church 16 

Henry Gilbert 34 

Wm. Q'uy* 20 

Brian Kelly 20 

Lewes Smith 22 

Tho. Doe 33 

Thomas Saunders 13 

Edward Saunders 9 

Thomas Carter 25 

Thomas ap Thomas 30 

Richard Caunt 36 

for QuiNCV. 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



123 



Years. 

Richard Moss 20 

John Perryn 21 

Hugh le Roy 19 

Thomas Reinolds 15 

Jo. Curtis 21 

Robert Glenester 25 

Henry Buckle 30 

Jo. Newman 20 

Thomas Gardner 22 

Jo. Newman 24 

Robert Frister 20 

Richard Field 20 

Geo. Habbittell 26 

WiLLM. KARSEWELL 20 

Wm. Grasson 20 

Richard Wright 23 

Jo. Butler 21 

Jo. Hendry 24 

Richard Brookes 20 

Jo. Martin 17 

Geo. Castell 21 

Jo. BiLLINS 26 

Tho. Wrenn 20 

Robert Pister 44 

Marie Lerrigo 19 

Margaret Homes 23 

Alice Ashton 20 



Years. 

Hanna Waddington 16 

Elizabeth Holloway 26 

Eliz. Gold 17 

Elizabeth Frisby 24 

Eliz. Smith 50 

Margaret Gard 24 

Margaret Smith 22 

Elizabeth Pister 16 

Elizabeth Ward 25 

Joan Griffige 35 

Eliz. Turner 44 

Joan Allin 20 

Marie Booth 19 

Jane Cutting 17 

Wm. Hindsley 23 

Katherine Smith 18 

Thomazin Broad 24 

Ann Waterman 18 

Joan Turner 21 

Jane Foxsley 25 

Rose Hills 22 

Ann Crofts 16 

Grace Tubley 20 

Margaret Snales 22 

Ann Holland 19 

Ann Fossitt 34 

Dorothy Moyle 24 



21 August, 1635. 
|N the Hopewell, de London, — Babb, for New England. 

Henry MaudsleY, 24 years, hath brought cert, from the Minister of 
his conformitie, hath taken the oathe of allegeance. 

16 — 2 



124 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



2 1 August, — . 

Ifej-yiHEIS underwritten names are to be transported to Virginea, im- 
P.^l barqued in the George, Jo. Severne, M"^-, bound thither, p. 
examination of the Minister of Gravesend, &c. 



Years. 

Michael Masters 21 

ThO. MORECOCK 26 

Jo. GiLLAM 21 

Tho. Gillam 18 

HUMFREY HiGGINSON 28 

Mathew Silsby 31 

Tho. BuLLARD 32 

Tho. Rogers 15 

NowELL Lloyd 16 

Ann HiGGINSON 25 

Francis Foster 18 

Robert ScoTCHMORE 39 

Jo. Evans 19 

Rebecca Palmer 19 

Arth"- Bodilies 19 

Peter Maning 25 

Daniel Bowyer 30 

MiCHELL Williams 18 

Chrl Kirk 23 

RiCHD. Genney 20 

Christopher Thomas 21 

Walter Walker 23 

Jo. Pope 28 

Ant°- Hodgskins 22 

John Bell 21 

Ann Layfield 30 

Jo. Hutchinson 47 

Alice Lovitt 16 



Years. 

Mary BuRTWEZiLL 18 

Alice Watson 30 

Joan Ludcole 18 

Nathan Wilson 23 

Theodor Rogerson 20 

Wm. Thomson 22 

Jo. Jones 17 

Michell Hedly 24 

Edward Abbs 37 

Wm. Golder 22 

Tho. Hand 20 

George Fox 14 

Jo. Daynie 20 

Wm. Hawkes 22 

Ralph Cleyton 20 

Tho. Best 33 

Jo. Hunt 23 

Jo. Feld 20 

Eliz. Bristowe 17 

Mary Robinson 18 

Elizabeth Woodbridge 22 

Bryan Hare 27 

Roger Cutts 20 

Wm. Dickenson 21 

Wm. Mitchell 15 

Marie Neele 13 

Ann Cooper 20 

Geo. Tayler 20 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



125 



Years. 

Henry Kelby 27 

Jo. Fynch 27 

Geo. Quithor 25 

Tho. Mothropp 21 

James Horner 24 

Jo. Ray 21 

RiCHD. Dixon 20 

Thomas Peacock 19 

Jo. Rogers 18 

Griffith Hughes 24 

Ann White 19 

Jo. QUYLE IS 

Tho. Allin 17 

Jo. Butler 13 

Tho. PURNELL 16 

Valentine BisHOPP 11 

Wm. Clowdeslie 26 

Richard Verdin 24 

Jo. Baddam 40 

ELIAS WiGGMORE 24 

SuzAN Hare 24 

Richard Hide 24 

Robert Dunham 30 

Jo. Goodridge 19 

Jo. Tiffing 19 

Henry Cutling 40 

Leonard Richardson 43 

jesper hodgskins 24 

Jo. Wynn 25 

Tho. Howell 20 

Lawrence B arwick 20 

Jo. MusGRAVE 37 

Edward LiLLiE 19 

Jo. Goodson 25 

Michell Prynn 25 



Years. 

Alexander Greene 40 

James Banks 35 

OLIFF GiBEINS 18 

Constance Foster 23 

Wm. Scott 24 

Ralph Browne 23 

RoBT. Morrison 21 

Edward Greene 6 

Tho. Banks 4 

Eliz. Banks 9 mo. 

Jo. Allin 21 

Lewes James 30 

Tho. Wiggins 20 

Sara Merriman 20 

Arthur FiGiss 40 

Wm. Hinshawe 20 

Roger Nevitt 20 

Mathew Price 20 

Richard James 33 

Wm. Neesum 21 

Tho. Buck 17 

Geo. Smith 20 

Joseph Mills 20 

Tho. Rogers 16 

Jo. Richards 17 

Wm. Saie 17 

George Cranwell 23 

Jo. Weston 20 

Francis Blake 18 

Tho. Maynard 22 

Jo. Price 34 

Peter Starkie 22 

James Hawkins 17 

Joseph Warrwell 17 

Francis Young 21 



126 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



Years. 

Thomas CoNNiER 22 

Tho. Perry 18 

Jo. Staunton 27 

Tho. White 16 

Richard Phillipps 14 

Jane SwiFTE 23 

Margaret Carter 23 

Gressum Parkins 19 

Wm. Block 23 

Tho. Gadsby 19 

Richard James, Minister 33 

Ursula James 19 

Arthur FiGiss 33 



Years. 

Francis Havercamp 17 

Edmond Jones 22 

Henry Ha wley 24 

Robert Burr 19 

Wm. Miller , 29 

Wm. Curtis 19 

Tho. Beomont 29 

Jo. COVELL 18 

Mary Lovett 18 

Joan Vizard 18 

Wm. Steevens 22 

Tho. Horrocks 22 

Mary Soanes 26 



|HEIS under written names are to be transported to Virginea, 
imbarqued in the Thomas, Henry Taverner, M'-, have been 
examined by the Minister of Gravesend, touching their conformitie in 
our religion, &c. 



Years. 

Jo. Lewes 16 

Wm. Greene 18 

Walter Smith 20 

Wm. Burton 24 

Jo. Hill 15 

Joseph Browning 20 

Tho. Fouch 16 

Edward Saunders 20 

Wm. James 18 

Jo. TuLLiE 20 

Jane Gibes 27 

Mary Chadd 17 

Jane Colerack 22 

Alice Wright 21 



Years. 

Edward Erle 45 

Richard Crane 32 

Adam Crowe 19 

Jacob Denton 20 

Hugh Stanley 16 

Benjamin Symes 42 

Mary Jolly 21 

Eliz. Ayres 26 

humfrey awdry 21 

Edward Johnson 28 

Jo. COLLOPP 22 

Peter Ricard 19 

Henry Gew 20 

Wm. Adams 24 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



127 



Years. 

Robert James 18 

Jo. Browton 20 

Richard Wheeler 24 

Robert Wells 30 

Jo. Gressum 22 

Teague Quillin 20 

Wm. Peas 19 

Batholomew Furbank 20 

Robert Johnson 27 

Mary Johnson 23 

Alice Johnson 22 

Eliz. Johnson 18 

Mary Lucie 20 

Joan Looker 20 

SuzAN Jennoway 26 



Years. 

Edward Robins 33 

Geo. Dawe 23 

Joseph Preston 20 ■ 

Anamieh Dyer 24 

Roger Wilkyns 33 

Jo. Booths 19 

Peter Harbynn 21 

Tho. Maltman 17 

NiCHO. Folly 16 

Hugh FoucHE 17 

Michell Hutchinson 16 

Wm. Pallmer 17 

Wm. Chamberlin 16 

Nathan Tooly 19 

Henry Wilson 12 



2 September, 1635. 

IHEIS underwritten names are to be transported to St. Christopher's, 
imbarqued in the William and John, ROWLAND Langram, M""- 
have been examined by the Minister of Gravesend, and tooke the oaths 
of alleg' and suprem., die and A°- pd. 

Years. 

James Lampley 19 

Wm. Greene 18 

Henry Daniell 20 

Rowland Davies 20 



Wm. Reddish 20 

Edward Broomish 20 

Robert Fitt 18 

Richard Lewes 26 

Richard Corie 18 

Richard Cristie 20 

Jo. Brunt 24 



Years. 

Williams 21 



Wm. 

Christopher Steevenson . . 19 

Tho. Barnes 20 

Robert Watler 20 

Andrew Young 40 

Francis Hudson 36 

Jo. Parr 19 

Wm. Morley 24 

Richard Gavyn 21 

Tho. Phillipps 35 

Jo. WiLLARD 16 



128 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



Years. 

Tho. Hanmer 14 

WM. BURNHAM 21 

Walter Wall 16 

Wm. Bathoe 18 

Tho. Tapper 21 

Wm. Baylie. ' 23 

Tho. Brookes 21 

Nathaniel Bernard 22 

Tho. Price 20 

Geo. Frie * 19 

Tho. Hart 25 

Mathew Addison 17 

Theobald Wall 18 

Robert Richardson 33 

Robert Leake 38 

Barnabie Brooke 20 

Jo. Cock 18 

' Nicholas Cobb 24 

Jo. HiNSON 21 

Tho. Elkersoe 24 

Geo. Carter 28 

Richard Harris 26 

Henry Nokes 27 

Tho. Thomson 28 

Samvell Knipe 23 

Jo. Watton 25 

Jo. Byrall 29 

Morris Parry 30 

Jo. Nayler . . , 20 

Edward Nayler 21 

Geo. Noble 22 

Wm. Cocks 20 

Martin Sowth 19 

Wm. Greenelefe 26 

Jo. Sawnders 17 



Years. 

Tho. Hames 16 

John Pinkley 30 

Robert Thomson 22 

Wm. Davies 30 

Richard Beare 28 

Geo. Ford 19 

Tho. Lowyun 29 

Jo. Drake 18 

Robert Outmore 38 

Hugh Hilton 23 

Tho. King 27 

Lawrence Adderford 26 

James Dockkie 17 

Ezechell Kennam 13 

Tho. Haiden 15 

Edward Brunt 26 

Tho. Reinolds 16 

Wm. Benn 24 

Phillip Skorier 26 

Wm. Worrall 23 

Jo. Benson 27 

Henry Bugland 21 

Jo. Morton 24 

Jo. Ditchfield 22 

Nathaniel Simpkins 26 

Wm. Procter 26 

Edward Gressle 17 

Wm. Stevens 21 

Tho. Whithell 24 

Tho. Clark 25 

Wm. Stifflynn 16 

Jo. Bonn 18 

Wm. DUNBARR IS 

Jo. Morrish 18 

Alexander Glover 37 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



129 



Years. 

Edward King 25 

Jo. Kent 23 

Robert Lynt 21 

Edward Bellis 21 

Tho. Gill 30 

Wm. Grove 32 

Richard Mason 29 



Years. 

Mauley Richardson 21 

Isaac Belt 23 

John Pickering 25 

Tho. Archbold 19 

Mathew Wells 28 



103 



IHEIS underwritten names are to be transported to Virginea, 
imbarqued in the David, JO. HOGG, M''- , have been examined 
by the Minister of Gravesend, &c. 

Years. 

Edward Browne 25 

Samvell Troope 17 

Wm. Hatton 23 

Daniell Bacon 30 

Robert Alsopp 18 

Tedder Jones 30 

Tho. Siggins 18 

Abell Dexter 25 

Richard Caton 26 

Henry Spicer 28 

Tho. Granger 19 

Jo. Bonfolly 21 

Roger Mannington 14 

JosuA Chambers 17 

Henry Melton 23 

David Lloyd 30 

DONNAGH GORGIE 27 

Ger. Buller 27 

Addam Nunnick 25 

Jo. Stann 27 

Edward Spicer i8 

Jo. Feelding 19 



Years. 

Jo. Morris 26 

Richard Brookes 30 

Robert Barron 18 

Jonathan Barnes 22 

Henry Kendall 17 

Tho. Poulter 31 

Jo. Lamb 22 

Tho Nunn 22 

Jo. Steevens 19 

Edward Crabbtree 20 

Wm. Barber 17 

Ann Beeford 25 

Martha Porter 20 

GURTRED LOVETT l8 

Jane Jennings 25 

Margaret Bold 30 

Mary Rogers 20 

Margaret Walker 20 

Freese Brooman 20 

Eliz. Jones 20 



41 



/OS- 



17 



'3° 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



II Sept., 1635. 

[ HEIS underwritten names are to be transported to New England, 
imbarqued in the Hopewell, THOMAS Babb, M'-, p. cert, from 
the Minister and Justices of their conformitie in religion to our Church 
of England, and that they are no subsidy men, they have taken the 
oaths of allegeance and supremacie. 



Years. 

WiLLM. Wood, husb 27 

Elizabeth Wood 24 

Jo. Wood 26 

Robert Chambers 13 

Tho. Jn°son 25 

Marie Hubbard 24 

Jo. Kerbie 12 

Jo. Thomas 14 

Isaac Robinson 15 

Ann Williamson 18 

Jo. Weekes, tanner 26 

Marie Weekes 28 

Anna Weekes i 

SUZAN WiTHIE 18 

Robert Baylie 23 

Marie Withie 16 

Samvell Younglove 30 

Margaret Younglove .... 28 

Samvel Younglove i 

Andrew Hulls 29 

Anthony Freeman 22 

Twiford West 19 

Roger Toothaker 23 

Margaret Toothaker 28 

Roger Toothaker i 



Years. 

Robert Withie 20 

Henry Ticknall 15 

Isaac Heath, harnis maker , . 50 

Elizabeth Heath 40 

Elizabeth Heath 5 

Martha Heath 30 

Wm. Lyon 14 

Grace Stokes 20 

Tho. Bull 25 

Joseph Miller 15 

Jo. Prier IS 

Richard Hutley 15 

Daniel Fryer 13 

Katherine Hull 23 

Mary Clark \6 

Jo. Marshall 14 

Joan Grave 30 

Mary Grave 26 

Joan Clever 18 

Edmond Chippfield , 20 

Mary With 62 

Robert Edwards 22 

Robert Edge 25 

Walter Lloyd 27 

Ellin Leaves 17 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



131 



Years. 



Alice Albon 25 

Barbare Rofe 20 



Years. 

Jo. Forten 14 

Gabriel Reld 18 



19 Sept., 1635. 

to be transported to 



1 HEIS underwritten are 

imbarqued in the Truelove, Jo. GiBBS, M' 
the oaths of alleg. and suprem. 

Years. 

Thomas Burchard, labour- 
ing man 40 

Mary Burchard 38 

Elizabeth Burchard 13 

Marie Burchard 12 

Sara Burchard 9 

SuzAN Burchard 8 

Jo. Burchard 7 

Ann Burchard 18 mo. 

Peter Place 20 

Wm. Beeresto 23 

Geo. Beeresto 21 

Edward Howe, husbandman . 60 

Elizabeth Howe 5° 

Jeremie Howe 21 

Sara Howe 12 

Ephraim Howe 9 

Isaac Howe 7 

Wm. Howe 6 

Jo. Sedgwick 24 

Jeremy Blackwell 18 

Lester Gunter 13 

Zacharia Whitman 60 

Sara Whitman 25 

Zacha. Whitman 2| 

Rebecca Fenner 25 



New England, 
The men have taken 

Years. 



Tho. Tibbalds 20 

Thomas Streme 15 

Jo. Streme 14 

Ralph Tomkins, husb 50 

Kat. Tomkins, Uxor 58 

Elizabeth Tomkins 18 

Marie Tomkins 14 

Samvell Tomkins 22 

Richard Hawes 29 

Ann Hawes 26 

Anna Hawes 2 J 

Obediah Hawes 6 mo. 

Ralph Ellwood 28 

Geo. Tayler 30 

Elizabeth Jenkins 27 

Wm. Preston 44 

Marie Preston 34 

Eliz. Preston 11 

Sara Preston 8 

Marie Preston 6 

Jo. Preston 3 

Wm. Joes 28 

Willm. Bentley 47 

Alice Bentley 15 

Margaret Killinghall 20 

Jo. Bentley 17 

17 — 2 



132 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



Years. 

Tho. Stockton 21 

Geo. Morrey 23 

Richard Srayne 34 

Sarah Haile 11 

Samvel Grover 16 

Robert Browne , 24 

Thos. Blower 50 

Edward J EFFERiES 24 

John Dome 16 

Roger Broome 17 



Years. 

DoROTHiE Lowe 13 

John Simpson 30 

Tho. Brighton 31 

Tho. Rumball 22 

Edward Parrie 24 

Jane Walston 16 

66 
67 



Tricesimo die Septembris, 1635. 
BOARD the Dorst., John Flower, M'-, bound for y« Bermodos. 



Years. 

John Reeford 16 

Robert Ramsay 15 

John Williams 16 

William Elliston 13 

LuBUS Wright 16 

HuMFREY Holt 18 

Tho. Joyner 16 

Richard Tregagell 18 

Jo. LoE 18 

Josua Woodcock 11 

Robert Fisher 10 

Tho. Sharp 17 

Jo. Rowland 21 

Wm. Wheeler 22 

Wm. Pennington 18 

Jo. Mathews 16 

Robert Vardell 20 



Years. 

Jo. Heth 21 

NATHANIELL BONNICK \6 

Jo. Denman 14 

Tho. More 18 

Wm. Bruister 17 

George Hubbard 16 

Edm. Middleton 15 

Francis Russell 23 

James Rising 18 

Geo. Absolon 16 

Jo. MOSDELL 24 

Wm. Stoker 19 

Edward Morris 18 

Wm. Thomas 17 

Richard Bunting 17 

Tho. Stokes 30 

Wm. Rosden 16 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



133 



Years. 

Nathaniel West 15 

Jo DONN 14 

Edward Edwynn 15 

Jo. Sell 15 

Tho. Ireland 10 

Edward Da VIES 17 

Edward Simpson 13 

Edward Allin 17 

Tho. Atkins 16 

Tho. Riley 16 

Wm. Barnes 15 

Jo. Day 16 

Wm. Barrith 16 

Jo. TUSTIN 16 

Jo. NiCKLIN 17 

Jo. HARKWOOD 20 

Humfrey Kemp 16 

David Thomas 26 

Wilton Alburie 15 

Arthur Thorne 33 

Wm. Cheeseman 20 

John Mitchell 20 

John Casson 18 

Alexander Brabant 30 

Henry FuLCOCK 15 

Jo. Mansfield 19 

William East 15 

Richard Haldin 14 

Geo. Palmer 27 

Wm. Simpson 17 

Edward Simpson 13 



Years. 

Edward Gruethorn 14 

Jonas Goldenham 16 

Judith Bagley 58 

John Glassbuden 14 

Wm. Harding 30 

Ktr^r Sara Harding 30 

Henry Rosse 31 

Tymothie Pynder 26 

Margaret Pynder 41 

Jane Dart 17 

Geo. Turk, Minister 40 

EziA Vyncent 30 

C/;iror MARTHEW 30 

Daniel Wite, Minister 30 

Sampson LoET 30 

Jo. Miller 47 

John Johnson 23 

Richard Jennings 35 

Uxor Sara Jennings 18 

Richard Palmer 30 

Ki:or Ellis Palmer 21 

Tho. Griffin 32 

Ann Griffin 35 

Robert Ridley 23 

Elizabeth Ridley 30 

Edward Chaplin 20 

Wm. Casse 19 

Peternell Nowell 46 

Christian Wellman 43 

Eliz. Aleworth 15 



134 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



2 die Odobris, 1635. 
BOARD the John, of London, jAMES Waymoth, M' 



St. Christophers. 

Years. 

John Batcheller 26 

Samvell Parker 19 

Tho. James 25 

Chri. Thomson 21 

Alexander Fleetwood 19 

Walter Lee 21 

Edward Dodson 21 

Gilbert Clark 19 

Geo. Heelis 19 

Richard Elmes 21 

Richard Smith 22 

W iLLiAM Richardson 24 

Edward Mekins 18 

Jo. Olymer 30 

Richard Evans 21 

Henrie Feeld 25 

Henry Radford 20 

Jo. Henman 19 



■■■, bound for 



Years. 



Tho. Walker 19 

Jo. Mulleneux 24 

OSWELL MeTCALF 22 

Edward Cooke 22 

Jo. Sherlock 20 

Thomas Frost 28 

Lewes Evans 25 

Jo. Thomson 19 

Richard Townsend 19 

Mary GooDwiNN 18 

Jane Goodwynn 20 

Martha LiLLiOT 20 

Elizabeth Murrin 21 

Joan Hill 21 

Elizabeth Freeman 18 

33 



13 die Odobris, 1635. 
ilBOARD the Amitie, George Downes, M'', bound for St. Chris- 



tophers. 

Years. 

Isaac Drake 25 

Richard Iveson 24 

Robert Barne 33 

Tho.Hernden 23 



Years. 

Edward Fair 28 

Wm. Burrowe 19 

Tho. Brewynn 24 

Marmaduke Borne 21 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



1J5 



Years. 
WM. CRESWELL 22 

Henry Hodgskynns 19 

Robert Payne 21 

George Hatwell 32 

Jo. HiPPSLEY 19 

WiLLM. Stanley 22 

John Snape 22 

Isaac Buck 33 

Walter Ellitt 20 

Aymies Halfyard 19 

Oliver Johnes 25 

John Smith 23 

Hamblet Sankey 22 

Edward Porter 21 

Tho. Galley 20 

Tho. Pitts 24 

Jo. Thomson 25 

Richard Webster 24 

Lewes Jones 20 

John Coombes 26 

George Coop \i.e. Cooper] . . 20 

Matthew Preston 22 

John Pynkston 27 

Wm. Geies - 18 

WiLLM. Ubank 20 

Charles Parker 18 

James Leachman 22 

Wm. Cartwrite 18 

Richard West Garrett . . 20 

Wm. Harris 16 

JER. NiCHOLLS 16 

Tho. Rodes 20 

Jo. BOUGHEI 21 

Edward Grindall 21 

Jo. Vaughan 23 



Years. 

Jo. Goddin 20 

Richard Larkynn 32 

Richard Boemun 23 

Tho. Molton 20 

David Owen 26 

Henrie Rowles 22 

Nic°. Alford 28 

Samvell Sakell 32 

Robert Jones 30 

Jo. Browne 33 

Peter Salmon 20 

Jo. Saunderson 23 

Robert Rolfe 23 

John Jack 27 

Tho. Yott 24 

John Teirrer 24 

John Farmer 24 

Wm. Daughton 20 

Richard Skynner 20 

Wm. Egerton 20 

James Makyun 20 

Wm. Harris 20 

Bastian Petite 23 

John Warren 20 

Richard Phinnei 30 

James Briggs 25 

John Musick 19 

Jo. Griddick 16 

Wm. Davies 40 

Robert Heath 30 

Tho. Baggelay 24 

William Yateman 25 

Richard Grind 11 

William Galler 20 

Robert Downe „ 35 



136 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



Years. 

John Hye 36 

Edward Webb 17 

James Johnson 28 

John Avery 22 

Daniel Cannelly 20 

Rice Poke 30 

Roger James 29 

James Curtis 18 

Clement Hames 22 

John Fynn 22 

WiLLM. GOFF 30 

Andrew White 11 

John Billinghurst 24 

MoRRiCE Davie 24 



Years- 

Wm. Rule 20 

Mary Wynd 18 

Margaret Coles 21 

Marie Merriton 21 

Kat. Brewett 16 

Ellin Chaunce 21 

Ann Palmer 29 

Alice Barker 30 

Patient White 44 

Isaac and Jacob, twynns .... 2 

Judith Lloyd 18 

Marie Maxwell 21 



I OS 



24 Oct., 1635. 



BOARD the 
Virginia. 



Constance, Clement Campion, M""- Bound for 



Years. 
. . 21 



John Wade 

Garret Nicholson 23 

John Burrowes 18 

Wm. Bett 21 

Thomas Simpson 24 

Tho. Patrick 22 

John Till 20 

Joseph Prichard 17 

Wm. Bennerman 18 

Richard Tayler 18 

John Griffin 26 

Samvell Jackson 21 



Years. 

Geo. Atkinson 16 

Robert Sexston 24 

Tho. Pursell 16 

Davie Lupton 23 

Henrie More 20 

MICHELL SUCKLIFF 1 8 

George Atterborn 20 

Richard Steere 24 

Tho. Leer 18 

Wm. Prichard 34 

James Cotes 22 

James Revell 20 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



137 



Years. 

Wm. Andrews 20 

Symon Garr 14 

Wm. Hunt 21 

Tho. Jackson 23 

MiLDo Coke 23 

Chri. Chambers 24 

Davie Williams 24 

NicH°- Huggins 24 

Jo. Davies 20 

WiLLM. Jones 25 

Henrie Richareson 21 

Roger Williams 19 

Jo. Wythins 24 

Tho. Jay 25 

Elizabeth Brewer 17 

Isaac Bever 24 

Alice Brass 15 

Tho. More 26 

Wm. King 21 

Jo. Mitchell 22 

Tho. Hall 21 

Robert Ellis 22 

James Haies 28 

John Hancock 17 

Richard Gray 21 

Wm. Tyse 20 

Tho. Wathin 35 

Charles Hughes 50 

James Symonds 20 

Jo. Clark 38 

Geo. Dyos 38 



Years. 

Jo. Palmer 12 

Griffin Maymor 21 

Francis Marsden 19 

Stephen Pack 22 

Geo. Davie 22 

Henrie Johnson 27 

Jo. Ashcrofte 33 

Mathew Gowgh 28 

Tho. Digglin 22 

Robert Baskerville 22 

Nathaniell Young 20 

Tho. Hodson 20 

Sampson Alkynn 24 

Jo. Coke 24 

John de Cane 20 

Jo. Elliott 16 

Wm. Gillam 27 

Tho. Smith 24 

Ant°- Miles n 

Chrl Boyce 38 

Thos. Saddock 17 

Mary Parker 15 

William Hulett 19 

Walter Jenkyns 30 

Edmond Porter 35 

Edward Herrott 35 

Hugh Douglas 22 

Walter Colly 19 

Joan Carraway 22 

Tho. Hart j8 

85 



138 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



BOARD the Abraham, of London, John Barker, M'- bound for 



Virginea. 



Years. 

Tobias Sylbie 20 

Robert Harrison 32 

William Lawrence 22 

John Johnson 35 

Wm. Fisher 25 

Steeven Tayler 17 

Tho. Penford 30 

Wm. Smith 25 

Tho. Archdin 18 

Richard Morrice 17 

Walter Piggott 19 

Richard Watkyns 20 

Jo. Braunch .. 13 

Jo. Clark 20 

Gabriell Thomas 30 

Davie Jones 21 

Alexander Maddox 22 

Francis Tippsley 17 

Emanuel Davies 19 

Wm. Williams 25 

Roger Mathews 28 

Jo. Masters 23 

William Mathews 18 

Jo. Britten 18 

George Preston 20 

Robert Toulban 23 

Henry Debell 20 



Years. 

George Brewett 18 

Francis Stanley 23 

William Freeman 46 

Edward Griffith 33 

William Manton 30 

Owen Williams 40 

Tho. Flower 32 

Jo. BuLLAR 32 

Jo. Clanton 26 

Alexander Symes 19 

Anto. Parkhurst 42 

John Hill 36 

Alexander Gregorie 24 

Martin Westerlink 20 

Patrick Wood 24 

Tho. Kedby 25 

Roger Greene 24 

Willm. Downes 24 

Jo. Burnett 24 

Tho. Allin 31 

Simon Farrell 19 

Tho. Clements 30 

Wm. Hunt 20 

Katherine Aldwell 33 



51 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



139 



20 November, 1635. 

HEIS under written names are to be transported to the Barbadoes, 

imbarqued in the Expedition, PETER Blackler, M'- The men 

have taken the oaths of allegeance and supremacie, and have been 
examined by the Minister of the towne of Gravesend touching their 
conformitie to the orders and discipline of the Church of England, die 
and ao. prd. 



Years. 

Nicholas Bloxa, alias In- 
gles, minister 31 

Abram Holland 19 

Thomas Hudson 16 

Blackwell Laurence 16 

Leonard Briggins 17 

Thomas Clark 27 

Morgan Jenkins 32 

Richard Pratt 18 

Tho. Freeman 19 

William Greefeson 26 

Richard Wartumbee 21 

Henry Bryan 21 

Hugh Dawson 18 

Mathew Beads 19 

Charles Lambert 23 

Jo. Lake 18 

Jo. Smith 18 

Anthony Hutchins 32 

William Gibson 19 

Jo. Williams 17 

William Steward 21 

John Pierce 18 

Hugh Evans i8 



Years. 

Brian Aston 21 

Nicholas Collon 19 

Henrie Field 24 

Richard Smith 20 

John Knowles 27 

John Dickenson 24 

John Mann 21 

Tho. Peacock 17 

Edward Steevens 53 

Thomas Weekes 23 

Hugh Cheswood 21 

Jo. Coert 21 

John Pike 30 

George Blacklock 32 

John Coleman 40 

Wm. Watts 28 

John Bonner 18 

William Snignell 18 

Tho. Hobin 20 

Francis Barnit 23 

WiLLM. Buckley 26 

John Clark 16 

PhILLIPP MORLIN 21 

Henry Rawlins 25 

18—2 



I40 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



Years. 
Jo. RUDGE 42 

Edward Evans 22 

John Hownsefield 20 

Tho. Davie 20 

Henry GowDE 19 

Wm. Mellison 25 

John York 26 

Wm. Carpenter 19 

John Wynter 23 

Jo. Waller 17 

John Sumes 20 

John Heron 20 

Miles Tayler 26 

John Parlin 21 

Wm. Jackson 33 

John Medgley 21 

William Wrench 21 

Robert Hurt 19 

James Farebank 26 

Henrie Berrisford 32 

James Nettleton 22 

Thomas Armetage 24 

Francis Mann 19 

John Felkynn 20 

John Jones 20 

Richard Lightbound 22 

Christopher Hartlie 19 

Tho. Wood 23 

Henrie Godfrie 36 

Tho. Palmer 19 

Jo. Humfrey 20 

John Smith 22 

Ambrose Greene 23 

Jo. Hilliard 18 

Jo. Browne 26 



Years. 

William Warr 19 

Mathew Wilkinson 18 

Mathew Gibbons 20 

Wm. Awdley 19 

James Kingston 22 

Richard Smart 20 

Wm. Walters 26 

Thomas Davies 23 

Nathaniell Nordin 46 

Wm. Pitt 25 

Jo. Chater 17 

Jo. Chapman 24 

Geo. Sterry 24 

Abram Cheynei 22 

Jo. Sturton 18 

Jo. Edens 19 

Laurence Brock 18 

Richard Best 18 

Robert Hobbs 26 

Peter Jones 30 

Wm. Topleife 18 

Jo. Robinson 19 

MoRRicE Jones 21 

Henry Stint 18 

JosiAS Weston 25 

Francis Birkenhedd 24 

Edward Jones 29 

Ellis Williams 18 

Wm. Tayler 40 

Tho. Burnham 18 

Joseph Boyce 24 

Jo. Rainsecrofte 23 

Henrie BosTOCK 19 

jEFFERiE Ship 24 

William Brooke 26 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



141 



Years. 

Launcelott Lacon 32 

Wm. Plomer 23 

William Sheicrofte 17 

Wm. Coke 18 

Jo. Jennings 18 

THO. OSSEBROOKE 2/ 

Jo. Davenport 30 

Geo. Burton 23 

Wm. Morgan 20 

Davie Thomas 20 

Richard Hannis 21 

Peter Croningbuck 20 

Jo. Hall 29 

Jo. Compton 26 

Clement Backford 30 

Robert Browne 18 

John Key 32 

Howell Pryce 25 

Edward Aston 32 

Robert Edwards 38 

Richard Ash 24 

John Medley 26 

Thomas King 24 

Richard Snowe 28 

Robert FiLBORNE 18 

Pierce Morgan 23 

Jo. Williams 17 

Nic°- Brogan 28 

Ant°- Smith 18 

John Spenceley 24 

Mathew Shore 46 

Thomas Sparlin 19 

Dorothy Symonds 40 

Mary LuPTON 30 

Richard Horne 22 



Years. 

John Newton 29 

Thomas Cowdell 17 

Richard Gibson 25 

Nicholas Nevell 19 

George Tayler 20 

Wm. Goad 21 

Wm. Marritt 26 

Roger Eritage 22 

Davie Dodderidge 20 

George FuLLWOOD 19 

Richard Hamis 21 

RalphWebster 20-^ 

Tho. Robinson 15 

Joseph Tomlinson 26 

Baltazar Dederix 26 

James Smith 24 

Nic°- Flutter 27 

Nic- Whithedd 26 

Wm. Hinkynn 26 

Tho. Gilbert 26 

Richard Seabright 21 

Robert Greenewood 18 

Anthony Ashmore 33 

Launcelott Bromley 44 

Peter Spencer 15 

Thomas Phipps 15 

Davie Thomas 20 

William Greene 23 

Jo. Watts 20 

Wm. Lock 21 

George Leas 20 

John Spencer 19 

Henry Antony 19 

James Fassitt 34 

Henry Ellotts 23 



142 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



Years. 

Henry Coke 28 

Richard Benes 25 

Wm. Cosson 20 

Wm. Thomson 20 

Thomas Usherwood 28 

Wm. Haning 30 

John Goad 22 

Richard Monc aster 32 

John Chesting 21 



Years. 

Roger Sanford 35 

WiLLM. Cornwell 20 

Wm. Gosselin 21 

Jo. Coop"'- \i.e. Cooper] 24 

Wm. Price 22 

Sam^- Skynner 22 

Robert DuNSTARR 34 

Richard Buck 24 

Nic°' Lynton 22 ■ 

205 



19 Deer-, 1635, 



IS'MHEIS under written names are to be transported to the Barbadoes, 
IsS imbarqued in the Falcon, Tho. Irish, M'- The men have been 
examined by the Minister of the Town of Gravesend, touching their 
conformitie to the Church discipline of England, and also have taken the 
oaths of allege and suprem. die and a°- prd. 

Years. 

Jo. Barnet 20 

James Spencer 25 

Jo. Chubnell 21 

William Gunter 22 

Jo. Thurrogood 20 

Thomas Greene 16 

Richard Richardson 36 

Rebecca Burgis 17 

Richard Panke ig 

Leonard Robinson 20 

Francis Buck 20 

John Hogg 21 

Robert Symyer 20 

Thomas Paye 20 

Dennis Britton 20 



Years. 

Arnold Ownstedd 30 

Tho. Skyddell 28 

Ant°- Cadwold 23 

Phillipp Miller 21 

Maximillian Prichard 20 

Tho. Tiffin 28 

Jo. Butler 21 

Phines Trusedell 18 

Bryan Cowley 30 

Jo. Mason .• 19 

Robert Harris 42 

Abram Shawe 20 

Geo. Sabyn 21 

Wm. Cartwrite 23 

Nathan MuRFiTT 23 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



143 



Years. 

Jo. Rogers 18 

James WoLTON 22 

John BuRKETT 21 

Tho. Harrwell 29 

Gregorie Booth 18 

Edward Howe 19 

RoBT. Clark 18 

Francis Martin 18 

Tho. Webb 22 



Years. 

Jo. Scott 42 

Tho. Evans 23 

Wm. Phillipps 28 

James COTESWORTH 21 

Ellin Robb 27 

Elizabeth Robb 7 

Tho. Clark 27 

46 



25 December, 1635. 

]HEIS under written names passed in a Catch to the Downes, and 
were put aboard the aforesaid shipp. 



Years. 

Wm. Rofe 20 

Jo. Lawnder 16 

Wm. Atwell 21 

Hugh Parry 27 

Jo. Stotter 26 

Richard Hughes 28 

Thomas Davies 17 

Henry Benson 19 

Jo. Welsh 35 

Henry Southward 20 

Richard Newbolt 28 

Lawrence Keysie 28 

James Robinson 15 

Ant°- Pope 28 

Jo. Lee 30 

Griffin Evans 40 

James Terrill 20 

Elizabeth Cossen 25 



Years. 

Jane Hickles 25 

Henry Van Luccom 24 

Jo. King 30 

Wm. Flatter 18 

Jo. Weston 27 

Tho. Clark 28 

Wm. Conisby 31 

Robert TissuLL 30 

Tho. VuYON 19 

Tristiam Ford 21 

Elias Carpenter 20 

Richard Hames 18 

Thomas Streter 21 

James Lee 28 

32 
in all... 78 



142 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



Years. 

Henry Coke 28 

Richard Benes 25 

Wm. Cosson 20 

Wm. Thomson 20 

Thomas Usherwood 28 

Wm. Haning 30 

John Goad 22 

Richard Moncaster 32 

John Chesting 21 



Years. 

Roger Sanford 35 

WiLLM. CORNWELL 20 

Wm. GOSSELIN 21 

Jo. Coop"- \i.e. Cooper] 24 

Wm. Price 22 

Sam"-- Skynner 22 

Robert Dunstarr 34 

Richard Buck 24 

Nic°- Lynton 22 ■ 

205 



19 Dei^-, 1635. 



HEIS under written names are to be transported to the Barbadoes, 
imbarqued in the Falcon, Tho. Irish, M"^- The men have been 
examined by the Minister of the Town of Gravesend, touching their 
conformitie to the Church discipHne of England, and also have taken the 
oaths of allege and suprem. die and a°- prd. 

Years. 

Jo. Barnet 20 

James Spencer 25 



Years. 

Arnold Ownstedd 30 

Tho. Skyddell 28 

Ant°- Cadwold 23 

Phillip? Miller 21 

Maximillian Prichard 20 

Tho. Tiffin 28 

Jo. Butler 21 

Phines Trusedell 18 

Bryan Cowley 30 

Jo. Mason < 19 

Robert Harris 42 

Abram Shawe 20 

Geo. Sabyn 21 

Wm. Cartwrite 23 

Nathan MuRFiTT 23 



Jo. Chubnell 21 

William Gunter 22 

Jo. Thurrogood 20 

Thomas Greene 16 

Richard Richardson 36 

Rebecca Burgis 17 

Richard Panke 19 

Leonard Robinson 20 

Francis Buck 20 

John Hogg 21 

Robert Symyer 20 

Thomas Paye 20 

Dennis Britton 20 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



143 



Years. 

Jo. Rogers 18 

James WoLTON 22 

John Burkett 21 

Tho. Harrwell 29 

Gregorie Booth 18 

Edward Howe 19 

RoBT. Clark 18 

Francis Martin 18 

Tho. Webb 22 



Years. 

Jo. Scott 42 

Tho. Evans 23 

Wm. Phillipps 28 

James Cotesworth 21 

Ellin Robb 27 

Elizabeth Robb 7 

Tho. Clark 27 

46 



25 December, 1635. 

JHEIS under written names passed in a Catch to the Downes, and 
were put aboard the aforesaid shipp. 

Years. 

Jane HiCKLES 25 

Henry Van LuccoM 24 

Jo. King 30 

Wm. Flatter 18 

Jo. Weston 27 

Tho. Clark 28 

Wm. Conisby ' 31 

Robert TissuLL 30 

Tho. VuYON 19 

Tristiam Ford 21 

Elias Carpenter 20 

Richard Hames 18 

Thomas Streter 21 

James Lee 28 

32 



Years. 

Wm. Rofe 20 

Jo. Lawnder 16 

Wm. Atwell 21 

Hugh Parry 27 

Jo. Stotter 26 

Richard Hughes 28 

Thomas Davies 17 

Henry Benson 19 

Jo.Welsh 35 

Henry Southward 20 

Richard Newbolt 28 

Lawrence Keysie 28 

James Robinson 15 

Ant°- Pope 28 

Jo. Lee 30 

Griffin Evans 40 

James Terrill 20 

Elizabeth Cossen 25 



in all... 78 



144 LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 



29 August, 1635. 

ILLIAM NORTON, 25 years old, is to transport himself to New 
England, and to imbarque himself in the Hopewell, p. cert, from 



the Minister of his conformitie to the Church discipline of England, he 
hath taken the oaths of allegeance and suprem. — die and ao. prd. 



4 Sept., 1635. 

p^OBERT EDWARDS, 27 years, who is to passe to Virginia, hath 
taken the oath of allegeance. 



5 die Septembris. 



ig^HOMAS TURNER, of age 42 years, to pass to New England, 
HS imbarqued in the Hopewell, hath certificate of his conformitie, 
and taken the oaths of allegeance and supremacie. 

Thomas Turner. 



^th day of Sept. 

Turner. ROBERT PENNAIRD, of age 21 years, and Thomas 
Pennaird, 10 years old, are to imbarque in M"'- Babb, bound to 
New England, have brought certificate from Doctor Denison, of his 
conformitie, and hath taken the oaths of alleg. and suprem. 



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS. 145 



HOSE whose names are hereunder written, belonging unto the 
Friendshipe, of London, now riding at an ankere, in the Rever of 



Thames, bound for Virginia. 

March, 1636. 

Leonard Betts, Master. 
John Goodwine, Master's mate. 
John Chambers, y= other mate. 
Samuel Lawson, Gunner. 
Davey Larcome, Carpenter. 
John Yonge, botswain. 
Richard Daves, Cooper. 
Larence Willkisson, qr. master. 
John Huchens, Carpenter's mate, 
John Lee. 
William Blorke. 
John Pollen. 
Richard Bonner. 
Thomas Reeves. 
Nicholas Porte. 
Richard Frye. 
Benjamone Willkisson. 
John Blake. 
Thomas Crilcell, Cooke. 
Henry Joyce. 
And. Alcoye. 



19 



LISTS OF PASSENGERS, 

1631— 1634. 

Mostly from WEST OF ENGLAND Parts. 



LISTS OF PASSENGERS, 

1631— 1634. 

Mostly from WEST OF ENGLAND Parts. 



BOOK OF ENTREE for Passengers by y= Commission, 
et Souldiers, according to the Statute, passing beyond 
the Sea, begun at Christmas, 163 1, and ending Christmas, 
1632. 

7 March, 1631. 

I HE names of such men as are to be transported to New England 
to be resident there upon a plantation, have tendred and taken 
the oath of allegeance, according to the statute. 



Thomas Thomas. 
Thomas Woodford. 
John Smallie. 
John Whetston. 
Wm. Hill. 
William Perkins. 
Walter Harris. 
Joseph Mannering. 



John Levins. 
Thomas Olliver. 
John Olliver. 
Thomas Hareward. 
Edmond Wynsloe. 
John Hart. 
William Norton. 
Robert Gamlin. 



15° 



LISTS OF PASSENGERS, 163 1—1634. 



12 April, 1632. 

lUi'^lHE names of such men, women, and children, which are to passe 
|Ba.^l to New England, to be resident there upon a plantation, have 
tendred and taken the oath of allegeance, according to the statute. 

John Barcrofte. John Greene. 

Jane Barcrofte. Jacob Greene. 

Hugh Moier. Abigall Greene. 

Henrie Sherborn. Sarra Johnes, maidservant. 

John Greene. Joseph Greene. 

Perseverance Greene. 



22"^ yune, 1632. 



|HE names of such men transported to New England to the plan- 
tacon there, p. cert, from Capten Mason, have tendered and 
taken the oath of allegeance, according to the statute. A/Jk S.-^^ 



William Wadsworth. 
John Tallcott. 
Joseph Roberts. 
John Coxsall. 
John Watson. 
Robert Shelley. 
William Heath. 
Richard Allis. 
Thomas Uffitt. 
Isaac Murrill. 
John Witchfield. 
Jonathan Wade. 
Robert Bartlett. 
Jo. Browne. 
John Churchman. 
Tobie Willet. 
William Curtis. 



NIC- Clark. 
Daniel Brewer. 
Jo. Benjamin. 
Richard Benjamin. 
William James. 
Thomas Carrington. 
William Goodwynn. 
John White. 
James Olinstedd. 
William Lewes. 
Zeth Graunt. 
Nathaniell Richards. 
Edward Ellmer. 
Edward Holmar. 

Jo. TOTMAN. 

Charles Glower. 



LISTS OF PASSENGERS, \6zi—-i6iA- iSi 

HE names of those persons that went from Dartmouth to the 
Barbadoes, being sworn before me, Alexander Staplehill, 



Maior of Dartmouth, the 15th day of April, Anno Dni. 1634. 
Impris. Daniel Powell, of Carmer. 



LIST of the Names and Surnames of those psons wch are bound 
for St. Christopher's, and have taken the oath of allegeance before 
M--- William Gourney, Maior of Dartmouth, they being brought before 
me the twenty eth day of February in y= year of our Lord God, 1634. 

Imprimis. WILLIAM HAWKINS, of Exon,* a glover, aged 25 years or 

thereabouts. 
James Courteney, of Exon, a blacksmith, aged 22 years or there- 
abouts. 
Richard Skose, of Newton Abbott, a seafaring man, 17 years or 

thereabouts. 
Francis Boyce, of London, a buttonhole maker, aged 25 years or 

thereabouts. 
William Carkillr, of Plymouth, a saylemaker, aged 21 years or 

thereabouts. 
William Gurge, of Exon, a shoemaker, aged 20 years or thereabouts. 
Alice Whitmore, of Honniton, in Devon, spinster, aged 25 years or 

thereabouts. 
■fPHlLIPPA Stephens, of Ashberton, in Devon, spinster, aged 28 years 

or thereabouts. 
Sara Goose, of Exon, spinster, aged 18 years or thereabouts. 
Judith Stevens, of Exon, spinster, aged 19 years, or thereabouts. 
Margaret Harwood, of Stoke Gabriell, in Devon, spinster, aged 22 

years or thereabouts. 
Edward Morris, of Exon, a locker, aged 21 years or thereabouts. 
Thomas Bryant, of Bampton, in Devonshire, a husbandman, aged 28 

years or thereabouts. 

• Means Exeter. 

t It is written Pliilipp Stephens on the record, but it evidently ought to be Philippa. 



IS2 LISTS OF FASSENGEHS, i62,i—i6iA- 

William May, of Mymard, in Somersett, a sea man, aged 32 years or 

thereabouts. 
HUTINNE OwETH, of St. Steevens, in Cornwall, a husbandman, aged 24. 
John Wills, in Barnstable in Devon, a feltmaker, aged 35 years or 

thereabouts. 
Symon Weeks, of Exon, a worster weaver, aged 16 years or thereabouts. 
Thomas Jermayne, of Exon, an ostler, aged 30 years. 
John French, of Washford in Ireland, a seaman, aged 26 years. 
William Hill, of Great Toring'ton in Devonshire, a husbandman, aged 

28 years. 
John Hocksley, of Stoke Cannon, in Devon, a tayler, aged 28 years. 
James Rosman, of London, a husbandman, aged 21 years. 
Elizabeth Reed, of Exon, a spinster, aged 19 j-ears, or thereabouts. 
Mary Harte, of Lyme, a spinster, aged 18 years, or thereabouts. 
Mary Hoppine, of Exminster, a spinster, aged 20 years. 
Marye Harries, of Stoke Pommeroy, in Devon, aged 23 years, or 

thereabouts. 
Elizabeth Quicke, of Barnstable, in Devon, aged 18 years. 
Elizabeth Hill, of Brixam, in Devon, aged 24 years. 
JOANE Shorte, of Exon, aged 20 years. 
JoANE Lanerc, of Modbury, in Devon, aged 19 years. 
Jane Gouldinge, of St. Thomas the Apostle, in Devon, aged 16 years, 

or thereabouts. 

JAMES WORTHY, 
Deputy, 

For Mr. Thoroughgood. 



Marked. The Names of such as passed out of the Port of 
PlimoiUh, Anno Dni. 1634. 
PLYMOUTH PASSENGERS, Feb., 1633. 
I N the Robert Bonaventiire, for St. Christopher's. 



George Ford, of Exon, aged 30 years. 
Stephen WhittingTON, of Lincolne, 20 years. 
John Thomas, of St. Tissey, 26 years. 



LISTS OF PASSENGERS, 1631— 1634. 153 

John Liddicott, of St. Cullum, 22 years. 
William Clark, of Truro, 20 years. 
Thomas Frethy, of Perintho, 24 years. 
MiCHAELL BOWDEN, of Helston, 27 years. 
John Badland, of Northill, 22 years. 
Richard Slavelie, of Stonehowse, 40 years. 
Richard Cocke, of Wincklye, 33 years. 
Henry Rensby of St. Stephen's, 28 years. 
Anthony Webb, of Lanceston, 20 years. 
Gregory Sam, of Chidleigh, 15 years. 
Christopher Carter, of St. Gilt, 45 years. 
Martin Rooby, of Ginndiron, 23 years. 
Wm. CurkE, of Monteratt, 24 years. 
Henry Thomas, of Luxulian, 1 5 years. 
Stephen Symon, of Plimpton, 18 years. 
Mathew Arthur, of Plumpton, 18 years. 
Jane Treloin, of Plimpton, 26 years. 
Wm. Johnson, of London, 32 years. 
Reignold Frost, of Tottnes, 15 years. 
John Farren, of Peter Tany, 2 years, 
Wm. Wade, of Bodmin, 33 years. 
Nichas. Dabbin, of St. Stephen's, 40 years. 
Andrew Picke, of Great Dalby, 34 years. 
John Penington, of Symon Ward, 40 years. 
Tho. Pollard, of Paraneuth, 23 years. 
Ellin Naucarro, of Penryn, 20 years. 
Rawleigh Edye, of Bodmyn, 1 5 years. 
Wm. Dun, of Truro, 16 years. 
Anth. Pearse, of St. Breage, 16 years. 
Edward Tremineere, of Helston, 18 years. 
Robert Treneighan, of Helston, 34 years. 
Tego Leane, of Corke, in Ireland, 30 years. 

Rec. for these 

All husbandmen, bound to serve here some 3 and some 4 years. 

20 



154 LISTS OF PASSENGERS, 1631— 1634. 

1633, 5 MUii {MarcJi\. 
IN the Margarett, for St. Christopher's. 



Thomas Roseter, of Washford, 20 years. 
Tho. Martin, of Cardingham, 24 years. 
John Duston, of St. CuUom, 26 years. 
Richard Williams, of St. Cullom, 30 years. 
John Newdon, of St. Tue, 28 years. 
John Howbrayne, of Josias Newton, 20 years. 
Anth. Burrowes, of Jacobstow, 20 years. 
Robert Oliver, of Crediton, 20 years. 
Barth Cornew, of Crediton, 18 years. 
Clement Barry, of Exon, 22 years. 
Francis Pedler, of St. Breage, 28 years. 
Robert Pedler, of St. Breage, 22 years. 
John Merry, of Whithiell, 28 years. 
Walter Burlacy, of Luggan, 22 years. 
Samuel Forgive, of Waller Lizard, 26 years. 
Richard Edward, of St. Hirian, 28 years. 
Richard Symond, of Wantage, 28 years. 
Robert Paine, of Marrozion, 29 years. 
Wm. Badcock, of St. Hillary, 20 years. 
Simon Martin, of St. Ives, 18 years. 
John Martin, of St. Ives, i8 years. 
George Griffin, of Marozion, 18 years. 
Thomas Sleman, of St. Hillary, 18 years. 
John Sanders, of Marozion, 18 years. 
Thomas Bounthon, of Helston, 22 years. 
Wm. Wiett, of Marozion, 17 years. 
Nichas. Waterman, of Marozion, 15 years. 
Samuel Purefoy, of St. Ives, 13 years. 



LISTS OF FASSENGEHS, 1631—1634. 155 

George Mathew, of Ludswan, 23 years. 
Teage Williams, Irishman, 18 years. 

H. s. d. 
reed, for them . . . o 15 

All husbandmen for the most part as the former. 

JOSEPH BOOLE 

is debutie ther. 



20- 



DATES OF SEVERAL PATTENTS, GRAUNTS, AND 
DEEDS POLL RELATING TO NEW ENGLAND. 



3 Nov. 1620. 18 Jac. The Councill of Plymouth constituted by Patent. 

9 March, 1620. 18 Jac. The Councill of Plymouth grant Cape Anne by 
Pattent, to Capt. Mason. 

30 Dec. 1622. 20 Jac. The Councill of Plymouth, by deed Poll graunt 
part of the Maine land called Messachusiack, unto ROBT. GORGES. 

19 March, 1627. 3 Car. I. A Graunt made by the said Councill to the 

Mattachusets. 

4 March, 1628. 4 Chas. I. His Matie. graunts and confirms the same to 

the Mattachusets by Patent. 

19 Nov. 1629. 5 Car. I. The Councill of Plymouth graunt by Indenture 
the Province of Laconia unto SiR Ferdinando GORGES and Cap- 
tain John Mason. 

3 Nov. 1 63 1. 7 Chas. I. The Councill of Plymouth graunt by Indenture 
the house and plantation lately belonging to Capt. Walter Beale 
unto Sir Fernando Gorges and Capt. Mason, and their asso- 
ciates. 

7 Dec. 163 1. 7 Car. I. The said Councill graunt 2000 acres of land on 
y^ south side of the Cape Porpus unto John Stratton of 
Shatley. 

16 June, 1632. 8 Car. I. The said Councill graunt certain Lands called 
the River Bishopscott unto George Way and Thomas Pur- 
chase. 



DATES OF SEVERAL PATTENTS, GE AUNTS, &'c. 157 

18 April, 1635. II Car. I. The said Councill demise by indenture unto 
Sir Ferdinando Gorges a province called New Somersetshire for 
3<X)0 years. 

22 April, 1635. II Car. I. The said Councill make a full sale of the 
former lands unto Sir Fernando Gorges. 

22 April, 1635. II Car. I. The Councill of Plymouth by Indenture 
graunt the Province of New Hampshire unto Capt. John Mason. 

3d April, 1639. 15 Car. I. His Matie. by Letters Pattents graunts and 
confirms to SiR Ferdinando Gorges Lands for 1 20 miles along 
the sea coasts, and up the river from Pascataway Harbour. 



VIRGINIA, NEW ENGLAND, WEST INDIES, &c. 



GRANTS, PROCLAMATIONS, PATENTS, &c,, 

1606 — 1641. 



VIRGINIA, NEW ENGLAND, WEST INDIES, 

&c. 

GRANTS, PROCLAMATIONS, PATENTS, &c. 

1606 — 1641. 



IJIR JAMES WYAT, Governor of Virginia, 1640. 
Sir John Harvey, Governor of Virginia, 163-36. 
Sir Francis Wyat, Govr. of Virgin. 1623-26. 

Sir William Berkeley, Governor of Virginia, 1651. The Colony by 
him surrendered to William Clayborne and Richard Ben- 
net, 12 March, 1651. 

1638. Richard Kemp, Secretary for Virginia. 

163 1. William Cleybourne, Secretary of State for Virginia. 

1631. William Clobery, John de la Barre, and David More- 
head, sett to sea yl for Wm. Cleybourne, on a discovery 
•wich they named the Island of Kent, within y° great Bay of 
Chessepian in Verginia, purchased by them of the said Inhabit- 
ants, which the LORD BALTIMORE having comprehended within 
the limits of his Patents, they desire his Majesty to determine 
it, 

1619. Sir George Yard ley, Knt., Governor, and Captain-General of 
Virginia. Commission dated 4 March, i Chas. I. 

21 



i62 GRANTS, PROCLAMATIONS, PATENTS, &-€. 

1 609. Capt. Smith, sole Governor of Virginia, without assistants. 

1606. Sir Thomas Smith was 12 years Governor of Virginia, ending 
about 1 61 8. 

161 8. Samuel Argall, Esq', Admiral and Principal Governor of 
Virginia. 

9 Jan., 4 Jac. I. 9 Jan. Grant to RICHARD Penkerel of Licence for 
1607. discovery of the passage into China, y= Moluccos, and other 
Regions of y= East Indies, for 7 years. 4 Jac. 

23 May, 7 Jac. I. 23 May. Grant to Robert, Earl of Salisbury, 
1609. Thomas, Earl of Suffolk, Henry, Earl of Southampton, 
William, Earl of Pembroke, to inhabite a place in Virginia, 
and to be incorporated by the name of Treasurer and Company 
of Adventurers and Planters of the City of London, for y= first 
Colony in England. 7 Jac. 

28 Aug., 1 1 Jac. 28 Aug. Grant to Robert Harecourt, Esq., SiR 
1613. Thomas Chakoner, Knt, and John Rouenson, Esq., to 

them and the heirs of said Robert, all that part of Guiana or 
Continent of America, lying between y° River of Amazons and 
the River of Dellesquebe, and other things. 1 1 Jac. 

29 July, 13 Jac. 29 July. An Incorporation of y' Governor and Society 
161 5. of y= City of London, for y= Plantation of the Summer Islands 

and granting divers libertyes to them and their successors. 
1 3 Jac. 

3 Nov., 18 Jac. 3 Nov. Grant to Thomas, Earl of Arundell, to be one 
1620. of y= Councell for y= Plantation of New England. 18 Jac. 

3 Nov., 18 Jac. 3 Nov. Grant to George, Marquis of Buckingham, to 
1620. be one of the Councell for the Plantation in New England. 

31 Dec, 20 Jac. 31 Dec. Grant to SiR George Calvert, Knt., o^ 
1622. all and y' whole country within y' Land of y° Newfoundland, 
to him and his heirs. 20 Jac. 



GRANTS, PROCLAMATIONS, PATENTS, 6-^. 163 

26 March, 3 Car. I. 26 March. Commission to SiR John Harvey^ 
1628. Francis West, and others, to be y= present Governor and 
Councell for Virginia. 3 Car. I. 

4 Marchj i Car. I. 4 March. Commission to GEORGE Yardley, Knt., 
1626. and others, to be y= present Governor in Virginia, and JOHN 
Harvey, and others, to be y" present Councell for y= Colony 
and Plantation in Virginia, i Car. I. 

25 Feby., 3 Car. I. 25 Feby. Grant to Philip, Earl of Montgomery, 

1628. of all and singular y= Land and Islands of Trinidado, Tobago, 
Barbadoes, and Fusera al Sauch Bernardi, and divers others, to 
him and his heirs. 3 Car. I. 

4 March, 4 Car. I. 4 March. Grant to Samuel Aldersey, Thomas 

1 629. Adams, and others, of all y' part of New England, in America, 
lying and extending between the bounds and liberties in an 
Indenture expressed, with divers liberties, Jurisdictions, and 
Royaltyes, to them and their Heirs for ever. 4 Car. I. 

26 March, 3 Car. I. 26 March. The King constitutes Jo. Harvey to 
1628. be y= present Governor in Virginia, and y= said JO. Harvey, 

Francis West, George Sandys, and others, to be the pre- 
sent Councell there. 3 Car. I. 

7 April, 4 Car. I. 7 April. Grant to jAMES, Earl of Carlisle, of the 
1628. Region and Country called Caribbe Islands, and the Island of 
St. Christophers, and divers other Islands, to him and his heirs 
together with the Subsidies, Customes and Impositions, for 10 
years. 4 Car. I. 

27 March, 20 Jac. 27 March. Grant to SiR Thomas Arundell, of 

the whole Island called Basse, lying north and by west from 
Ireland, not yet inhabited, to be held for the term of 50 years, 
under the yearly rent of £5. 20 Jac. 
13 Sept., I Charles I. 13 Sept. Grant to Thomas Warner and 
1625. others, of the custody of the Island of St. Christophers, and 
of the Barbadoes and Monserat in y= Continent of America. 
I Chas. I. 

21 2 



i64 GRANTS, PROCLAMATIONS, PATENTS, S^c. 

2^ July, 3 Car. I. 2'^ July. Commission to James, Earl of Carlisle, to 
1627. be Governor of all Lands and Country, with the several 
Islands called the Caribbe Islands, to him and his heirs, under 
the annual pension of .^100. 3 Car. I. 

4 Feby., 4 Charles I. 4 Feby. Commission to SiR WILLIAM Alex- 

1629. ANDER, and others to make a voyage into the Gulf and Rivers 
of Canada and the parts adjacent, for the sole trade of Beaver 
Wools, Beaver Skins, Fures, Hides and Skins of Wild Beasts. 
4 Car. I. 

4 March, 4 Car. I. 4 March. Grant to Jo. Endesott, Theophilus 
Eaton, and others, of all y= parts of New England in Ame- 
rica, lying and extending between y= bounds and limits of an 
Indenture, expressed with divers Libertyes, Jurisdictions and 
Royalties, to them and their heirs for ever. 4 Car. I. 

24 Feby., 5 Car. I. 24 Feby. Grant to Hugh Lamy of y= Office of 
Receiver General of all the rents in y= Province of Carolina, 
and y= adjacent Jsles, upon the nomination of SiR ROBERT 
Heath, Knt., Attorney General. 5 Car. I. Confirmed y= same 
day at the request of the Earl of Carlisle. 

4 Dec, 6 Car. I. Grant to Robert Lord Brooke, and others, to be 

1630. incorporated by the name of Governor and Company of Ad- 
venturers of y= City of Westminster for y= Plantation of y= 
Island of Providence, Henrietta, and the adjacent Islands 
upon the Coast of America. 6 Car. I. 

4 Dec, 6 Car. I. 4 Dec. Sir Gilbert Gerard, Knt., John Gour- 
1630. don, Gregory Gawsell, Jo. Graunt, &c.. Governor and 
Company for the Isle of Providence, ut supra. 6 Car. I. 

24 Nov., 6 Chas. I. Proclamation forbidding y= disorderly trading 
1630. with Savages in New England, especially furnishing the 
Natives in those and other parts with Weapens and Habili- 
ments of Warre. 6 Car. I. 



GRANTS, PROCLAMATIONS, PATENTS, d^c. 165 

12 April, 8 Charles I. 12 Ap. Patent to SiR WILLIAM BOSWELL, and 

1632. others of y' Office of Receiver General of y« augmented Reve- 
nue arising in y= part of America. 8 Car. I. 

19 May, 3 Car. I. 19 May. Commission to GEORGE, Duke of Bucks. 
1627. Wm., Earl of Pembroke, PHILIP, Earl of Montgomery, JAMES, 
Earl of Carlisle, and others, that they shall be a Body Politick 
and corporate of themselves, by the name of the Governor and 
Company of Noblemen and Gentlemen of England, for a plan- 
tation of Guyana, and that they shall have perpetual succes- 
sion. 8 Car. I. 

3 Sept., 9 Car. I. Commission to Thomas Young, Gentleman, to 

1633. discover what parts are not yet inhabited in Virginia and other 
parts of America. 9 Car. I. 

1 1 May, 9 Car. I. Patent to Sir William Alexander and others, 
1633. for the sole trade to all and singular y* Regions, Countries. 
Dominions, and all places whatsoever adjacent to the River and 
Gulf of Canada, and y'= sole Traffick from thence and y' Places 
adjoyning, for Beaver Skins and WooU, and all other skins of 
Wild beasts, for 31 years. 9 Car. I. 

2 Aprilj 12 Car. I. Commission to SiR John Harvey to be present 
1636. Governor of the Colony and Plantations in Virginia, with the 
severall powers and authorities therein mentioned. 12 Car. I. 

10 April, 12 Chas. I. Commission to WiLLlAM, Lord Archbishop of 

1636. Canterbury, and others, for the Government of all persons 
within the Colonies and Plantations beyond seas, according to 
laws and constitutions there, and to constitute Courts as well 
ecclesiastical as civill, for determining of causes there. 12 
Car. I. 

19 July. 13 Car. I. Commission to WiLLlAM, Earl of Sterling, and 
others, touching the Caribbee Islands granted to the Earl of 
Carlisle. 13 Car. I. 

13 Nov., 13 Car. I. Grant to Sir David Kirke, Knt., of all y« whole 

1637. Continent, Island, or Region called Newfoundland, bordering 
upon America. 13 Car. I. 



i66 GRANTS, PROCLAMATIONS, PATENTS, S^c. 

1 6 Dec. 15 Car. I. Commission to Henry Ashton, Peter Hay, 
and others, to declare in His Maj"" name in all public Assem- 
blies, and Places of the Islands and Provinces of Barbadoes, 
against HENRY Hawley to be Governor or Lieutenant Gover- 
nor of y= said Islands, and to charge and require him and his 
Deputy and Agents under his and their allegeance, forthwith 
to yeild up y'^ said Office and Place of Governor and all y= In- 
cedents thereinto, unto HENRY Hunks, or to such person or 
persons as y= Earl of Carlisle shall appoint, i S Car. I. 

9 Aug., 17 Car. I. Commission to Sir William Berkeley, and divers 
1641. others to be y= present Councill for y"= Colony and Plantation 
in Virginia, and to execute y= Powers, &c. of Governor. 
17 Car. I. 

Mary Land and Lord Baltimore's Plantation. 

1652, August. Lord Baltimore gave severall reasons not to unete 
y= Governm' of Maryland with that of Virginia, to the preju- 
dice of his Patent and right to that Colony ; he maintaines a 
Deputy Governor there at his own charge. 

29 Sept. 1634. A grant to the Lord Baltimore of part of y= Terri- 
tory of Virginia upon y= devolving of y= old Companies right 
therein to the King, Sir John Harvey ordered to continue 
his help to him in the Plantation he hath begun in Maryland, 
and Kent Island in Virginia. 

Avalon. K. James granted his Patents 7 April, 1623, in the 21st of his 
reign to the then Lord Baltimore, of a certain Region in 
Newfoundland, called the Provence of Avelon, and K. 
Charles I., 20 June, 1632, in the 8th year of his reign, 
granted him a certain Region joining upon Virginia, called the 
Province of Maryland. 
In the year 1622. 

1. Captain John Bernard, Esqr., elect Governour of the Summer 

Islands. 

2. John Harrison, Esq., Sheriff of the said Islands. 

3. Mr. Nathaniell Barnard, I p, , 

4. Mr. Joseph Wright, ) 

5. Roger Wood, Gent., Secretarie to the Counsell there established. 



THE LIVING AND DEAD IN VIR- 
GINIA. 



Feb. i6, 1623. 



THE LIVING AND DEAD IN VIRGINIA. 



List of Names of the LIVING in Virginia, 
February the i6tk, 1623. 



Living ait y Colledg Land. 
Thomas Marlett. 
Christopher Branch. 
Francis Boot. 
William Browing. 
Walter Cook. 
William Welder. 
Leonard More. 
Daniel Shurley.. 
Peter Jorden. 
Nicholas Perse. 
William Dalbie. 
ESAIAS Rawton. 
Theodor Moises. 
Robert Chamfer. 
Thomas Jones. 
David Williams. 
William Walker. 
Edward Hobson. 
Thomas Hobson. 
John Day. 



William Cooksey. 
Robert Farnell. 
Nicholas Chapman. 
Mathew Edlow. 
William Price. 
Gabriell Holland. 
John Wattson. 
Ebedmelech Gastrell. 
Thomas Osborne. 

Atty' Neak of Land. 

Luke Boys. 
Mrs. Boys. 
RoBT. Halam. 
Joseph Royall. 
John Dod. 
Mrs. Dod. 

Elizabeth Perkinson. 
William Vincent. 
Mrs. Vincent. 
Alexander Brodwaye. 
22 



170 



THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



His wife Brodwaye. 
John Price. 
His wife PRICE. 
Robert Turner. 
Nathaniel Reene. 
Serjant Wm. Sharp. 
Mrs. Sharp. 
Richard Rawse. 
Thomas Sheppy. 
William Clemens. 
Thomas Harris. 
His wife HARRIS. 
Ann Woodley. 
Margaret Berman. 
Thomas Farmer. 
Hugh Hilton. 
Richard Taylor. 
Ux. Taylor. 
JosuA Chad. 
Christopher Browne. 
Thomas Gage. 
Ux. Gage. 
I7tfans Gage. 
Henry Coltman. 
Hugh Price. 
Ux. Price. 
Infans PRICE. 
Mrs. Coltman. 
Robert Greene. 
Ux. Greene. 
Infans Greene. 

Att West and Shrilow Hundred. 
John Harris. 
Dorothy Harris. 



T f r 

Infans \ 



Infans 



Harris. 
Harris. 
Thomas Floyd. 
Ellias Longe. 
William Nichollas. 
Roger Ratcliff. 
Robert Milner. 
Robert Parttin. 
Margaret Parttin. 

I Parttin. 

1 Parttin. 
Henry Benson. 
Nicholas Blackman. 
Nathaniel Tattam. 
Mathew Gloster. 
Simon Turgis. 
Nicholas Baley. 
Ann Bayley. 
Eliner Phillips. 
Thomas Paulett. 
Thomas Baugh. 
Thomas Parker. 
Jonas Rayley. 
John Trussell. 
Christopher Beane. 
John Cartter. 
Henry Bagwell. 
Thomas Bagwell. 
Edward Gardiner. 
Richard Biggs. 
Mrs. Biggs. 
William Biggs \ 
Thomas Biggs \fils. 
Richard Biggs 
William Askew, 



f 



THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



171 



Henry Carman. 
Andrew Dudley. 
James Gay. 
Anthony Burrows. 
Rebecca Rosse. 
//. f Rosse. 
(. Rosse. 
Potters, a maid. 



At Jordan's Jorney. 

SisLYE Jordan. 
Temperance Baylife. 
Mary Jordan. 
Marjery Jordan. 
William Farrar. 
Thomas Williams. 
Roger Preston. 
Thomas Brookes. 
John Peede. 
John Freme. 
Richard Johnson. 
William Dawson. 
John Hely. 
Robert Mannell. 
Ann Linkon. . 
William Basse. 
Mrs. Basse. 
Christopher Saford. 
Ux. Saford. 
John Caminge. 
Thomas Palmer. 
Mrs. Palmer. 
filia Palmer. 
Richard English. 



Nathaniel Causey. 
Mrs. Causey. 
Laurence Evans. 
Edward Clarke. 
Ux. Clarke. 
Infans CLARKE. 
John Gibes. 
John Davies. 
William Emerson. 
Henry Williams. 
Ux. Williams. 
Henry Fisher. 
Ux. Fisher. 
Infans FiSHER. 
Thomas Chapman. 
Ux. Chapman. 
Infans CHAPMAN. 
Edith Hollis. 



^ At Flourdirn Hundred. 

Richard Gregory. 
Edward Alborn. 
Thomas Dillimager. 
Thomas Hach. 
Anthony Jones. 
Robert Guy. 
William Strachey. 
John Browne. 
Annis Boult. 
William Baker. 
Theodor Beriston. 
Walter Blake. 
Thomas Watts. 
Thomas Doughty. 

22 — 2 



172 



THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



George Deverell. 
Richard Spurling. 
John Woodson. 
William Straunge. 
Thomas Dune. 
John Landman. 
Leonard Yeates. 
George Levet. 
Thomas Haway. 
Thomas Filentt. 
Robert Smith. 
Thomas Gyrinder. 
Thomas Gasko. 
John Olines. 
Christopher Pugett. 
Ro'bert Peaice. 
Edward Tramorden. 
Henry Linge. 
Gibert Peppet. 
Thomas Munes. 
John Linge. 
John Gale. 
Thomas Barnett. 
Roger Tompson. 
Ann Tompson. 
Ann Doughty. 
Sara Woodson. 
' — Negors. 

— Negors. 

— Negors. 

— Negors. 

— Negors. 
. — Negors. 

Grivell Pooley, minister. 
Samuel Sharp. 



VI. < 



Negors men. 



John Upton. 
John Wilson. 
Henry Rownige. 
Nathaniel Thomas. 
William Barrett. 

ROBT. OKLEY. 

Richard Bradshawe. 

Thomas Sawell. 

John Bamford. 

Anthony, ^ 

William, 

John, 

Anthony, 

An Negors woman. 

TJte rest at West and Shirlow 
Hundred Island. 

Capt. Isaac Maddeson. 
Mary Maddeson. 
Thomas Maddeson. 
James Wattson. 
Francis West. 
Roger Lewis. 
Richard Domelow. 
William Hatfield. 
Thomas Fossett. 
Ann Fossett. 
Jenkin Osborne. 
William Sismore. 
Martha Sismore. 
Stephen Braby. 
Elizabeth Braby. 
Edward Temple. 
Daniell Vergo. 



THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



173 



William Tathill, boy. 
Thomas Haile, boy. 
Richard Morewood. 
Edward Sparshott. 
Barnard Jackson. 
William Brocke. 
James Mayro. 

At Chaplain's Choise. 

Isaac Chaplaine. 
Mrs. Chaplaine. 
John Chaplaine. 
Walter Priest. 
William Weston. 
John Duffy. 
Ann Michaell. 
Thomas Phillips. 
Henry Thorne. 
Robert Hudson. 
Isaac Bangton. 
Nicholas Sutton. 
William Whitt. 
Edward Buttler. 
Henry Turner. 
Thomas Ley. 
John Browne. 
John Trachern. 
Henry Willson. 
Thomas Baldwynne. 
Alexander Sanderson. 
David Ellis. 
Sara More. 
Ann, a maid. 



Living at James' Citie, and with 
the Corporation thereof. 

Sir Francis Wyatt, Governor. 
Margaret Lady Wyatt. 
Hant Wyatt, Minister. 
Katherine Spencer. 
Thomas Hooker. 
John Gather. 
John Matheman. 
Edward Cooke. 
George Nelson. 
George Hall. 
Lane Burtt. 
Elizabeth Pomell. 
Mary Woodward. 



Sir George Yeardley, Knight, 
Temperance Lady Yeardley. 
Argall Yardley. 
Frances Yeardley. 
Elizabeth Yeardley. 
Kilibett Hichcocke. 
Austen Combes. 
John Foster. 
Richard Arundell. 
Susan Hall. 
Ann Grimes. 
Elizabeth Lyon. 
— Younge. 



Negro \ 



women. 



— Negro 

Alice Davison, widow. 



174 



THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



Edward Shaples. 
JONE Davies. 
George Sands, Trasur. 
Cap. Wm. Perce. 
Jone Perce. 
Robert Hedges. 
Hugh Win. 
Thomas Moulston. 
Henry Farmor. 
John Lightfoote. 
Thomas Smith. 
Roger Reuse. 
Alexander Gill. 
John Cartwright. 
Robert Austine. 
Edward Bricke. 
William Ravenett. 
JocoMB. Andrews. 
Ux. Andrews. 
Richard Alder. 
Ester Evere. 
Angelo, a Negar. 
Doc. John Pott. 
Elizabeth Pott. 
Richard Townsend. 
Thomas Leister. 
John Kullaway. 
Randall Howlett. 
Jane Dickinson. 
Fortune Taylor. 
Capt. Roger Smith. 
Mrs. Smith. 
Elizabeth Salter. 
Sara Macocke. 
Elizabeth Rolfe. 



Chri. Lawson. 
Uxor ejus LawSON. 
Francis Fouller. 
Charles Waller. 
Henry Booth. 
Capt. Ralph Hamor. 
Mrs. Hamor. 
Jereme Clement. 
Elizabeth Clement. 
Sara Langley. 
Sisley Greene. 
Ann Addams. 
Elkinton Ratcliffe. 
Francis Gibson. 
James Yemanson. 
John Pontes. 
Christopher Best. 
Thomas Clark. 
Mr. Reignolds. 
Mr. Hickmore. 
Uxor Hickmore. 
Sara Riddall. 
Edward Blaney. 
Edward Hudson. 
Ux. Hudson. 
William Hartley. 
John Shelley. 
Robert Bew. 
William Ward. 
Thomas Mentis. 
Robert Whitmore. 
Robert Chauntree. 
Robert Sheppard. 
William Sawier. 
Lanslott Damport. 



THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



175 



Math. Loyd. 
Thomas Ottway. 
Thomas Crouch. 
Elizabeth Starkey. 
Elinor 



Mrs. Perry. 
Infans PERRY. 
Francis Chapman. 
George Granes. 
Ux. Granes. 
Rebecca Snowe. 
Sara Snowe. 



JOHN Isgrane. 
Mary Ascombe, Wid. 
Benamy Bucke. 
Gercyon Bucke. 
Peley Bucke. 
Mara Bucke. 
Abram Porter. 
Brigett Clarke. 
Abigall Ascombe. 
John Jackson. 
Uxor Jackson. 
Ephraim Jackson. 



Mr. John Burrows. 
Mrs. Burrows. 
Anthony Burrows. 
John Cooke. 
Nicholas Gouldsmith. 
Eli'as Gaile. 
Andrew Howell, 
Ann AshLey. 



John Southern. 
Thomas Pasmore. 
Andrew Ralye. 



Nath. Jefferys. 
Ux. Jefferys. 
Thomas Hebbs. 



Clement Dilke. 
Mrs. Dilke. 
John Hinton. 



Richard Stephens. 
Wassell Rayner. 
Vx. Rayner. 
John Jackson. 
Edward Price. 
Osten Smith. 
Thomas Spilman. 
Bryan Cawt. 



George Minisy. 
MOYES Ston. 



Capt. Holmes. 
Mr. Calcker. 
Mrs. Calcker. 

Infans Calcker. 
Perceable Sherwood. 
Anthony West. 
Henry Barker. 
Henry Scott. 
Margery Dawse. 



176 



THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



Mr. Cann. 
Capt. Hart. 
Edward Spalding. 

Ux. Spalding. 

Puer Spalding. 

Puella Spalding. 
John Helin. 

Ux. Helin. 

Puer Helin. 

Infans Helin. 
Thomas Gray et ux. 
JoNE Grave. 
William Graye. 
Richard Younge. 

Ux. Younge. 
Jone Younge. 



Randall Smallwood. 
John Greene. 
William Mudge. 



Mrs. Sothey. 
Ann Sothey. 
Elin Painter. 



Goodman Webb. 



In the Maine, 

Richard Atkins. 

Ux. Atkins. 
William Baker. 
Edward Oliver. 
Samwell Morris. 
Robert Davis. 



Robert Lunthorne 
John Vernie. ' 
Thomas Wood. 
Thomas Rees. 



Michael Batt. 

Ux. Batt. 

Widow Tindall. 
Mr. Stafferton. 

Ux. Stafferton. 
John Fisher. 
John Rose. 
Thomas Thornegood. 
John Badston. 
Susan Blackwood. 



Thomas Kinston. 
Robert Scottismore. 
Roger Kid. 

Nicholas Bullington. 
Nicholas Marttin. 
John Carter. 
Christoph. Hall. 
David Ellis. 
Ux. Ellis. 
John Frogmorton. 
Robert Marshall. 
Thomas Swnow. 
John Smith. 
Laurence Smalpage. 
Thomas Crosse. 
Thomas Prichard. 
Richard Grouch. 
Christopher Redhead. 
Henry Booth. 



THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



177 



Richard Carven. 

Ux. Carven. 
John Howell. 
William Burtt. 
William Stocker. 
Nicolas Roote. 



Sarra Kiddall. 
_ ^ c Kiddall. 
■' \ Kiddall. 
Edward Fisher. 
Richard Smith. 
John Wolrich. 
Mrs. Wolrich. 
Jonathan Giles. 
Christopher Ripen. 
Thomas Banks. 
Frances Bucher. 
Henry Dawlen. 
Arthur Chandler. 
Richard Sanders. 
Thomas Helcott. 
Thomas Hichcocke. 
Griffine Gunie. 
Thomas Osborne. 
Richard Downes. 
William Lawrell. 



Thomas Jordan. 
Edward Busbee. 
Henry Turner. 
JosuA Crew. 
Robert Hutchinson. 
Thomas Jones. 
Ux. Jones. 



REIGINALD MORECOCK Ct 7lX. 

Richard Bridgewater et ux. 



Mr. Tho. Bun. 
Mrs. Bun. 
Thomas Smith. 
Elizabeth Hodges. 



William Kemp. 
Ux. Kemp. 



Hugh Baldwin e. 
Ux. Baldwine. 
John Wilmose. 



Thomas Doe. 
Ux. Doe. 



George Fryer. 

Ux. Fryer. 
Stephen Webb. 

In James Island. 

John Osborne. 
Ux. Osborne. 
George Pope. 
Robert Cunstable. 



William Jones. 

Ux. Jones. 
John Johnson. 

Ux. Johnson. 

;■ r r Johnson. 
Infans \ ■' 

(.Johnson. 
John Hall. 
Ux. Hall 



23 



178 



THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



William Cooksey. 

Ux. Cooksey. 

Infans CoOKSEY. 
Alice Kean. 



Robert Fitts. 

Ux. Fitts. 
John Reddish. 



John Grevett. 
Ux. Grevett. 
John West. 
Thomas West. 
Henry Glover. 



Goodman Stoiics. 

Ux. Stoiks. 

Infans STOiKS. 
Mr. Adams. 
Mr. Leet. 



William Spence. 
Ux. Spence, 
Infans Spence. 

James Tooke. 

James Robert. 

Anthony Harlow. 



Sara Spence. 
George Shurke, 
John Booth. 
Robert Bennett. 



Y' neck of land. 

Mr. Kingsmeale. 
Ux. Kingsmeale. 



Infns. 



f Kingsmeale. 
1 Kingsmeale. 
Ralph Griphin. 
Francis Compton. 
John Smith. 
John Filmer. 
Edward, a Negro. 
Thomas Sulley. 

Ux. Sulley. 
Thomas Harwood. 
George Sedam. 
Peter Staber. 
Thomas Popkin. 
Thomas Sides. 
Richard Perse. 

Ux. Perse. 
Allen, his man. 
Isabell Pratt. 
Thomas Alnutt. 

Ux. Alnutt. 
John Paine. 
Roger Redes. 
Elinor Sprad. 

Over the River. 
John Smith. 
Ux. Smith. 
Infans Smith. 
John Pergo. 
Richard Fenn. 
William Richardson. 
Robert Lindsey. 
Richard Dolfemb. 
John Botnam. 
John Elliott. 



THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



179 



Susan Barber. 
Thomas Gates. 

TJx. Gates. 
Percivall Wood. 
Anthony Burrni. 
William Bedford. 
William Sand. 
John Proctor. 
Mr. Proctor. 
Phetteplace Close. 
Henry Horne. 
Richard Horun. 
Thomas Flower. 
William Bullocke. 
Elias Hinton. 
John Foxen. 
Edward Smith. 
John Skinner. 
Martine Moone. 
William Naile. 
Thomas Fitts. 
Elizabeth Abbitt. 
Alice Fitts. 

At the P lantation over against 
James Cittie. 

Capt. Samuel Matthews. 
Benjamin Owen. 
Rice ap Williams. 
JiRO, a Negro. 
Walter Parnell. 
William Parnell. 
Margaret Roades. 
John West. 

West, vid. 



Thomas Dayhurst. 
Robert Mathews. 
Arthur Gouldsmith. 
Robert Williams. 
Morice Loyd. 
Aron Conway. 
William Sutton. 
Richard Greene. 
Mathew Haman, 
Samvell Davies. 
John Thomas. 
John Docker. 
Abram Wood. 

MiCHALL LUPWORTH. 

John Davies. 
Lewis Baly. 
James Davies. 
Alice Holmes. 
Henry Barlow. 
Thomas Button. 
Edmond Whitt. 
Zacharia Crispe. 
John Burland. 
Thomas Hawkins. 
Thomas Phillips. 
Paul Reinolds. 
Nicholas Smith. 
Elizabeth Williams. 
Hugh Cruder. 
Edward Hudson. 
Robert Sheppard. 
Thomas Ottawell. 
Thomas Crouch. 
Robert Bew. 
John Russell. 
Robert Chantry. 

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THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



George Rodgers. 

Lanslott Damport. 

John Shule. 

Nath. Loyd. 

William Sawyer. 

William Ward. 

William Hartley. 

Jerime Whitt. 

Lieutenant Purfrey. 

Edward Grindall. 

Mr. Swift. 

William Haines. 

George Gurr. 

Henry Wood. 

John Baldwine. 

John Needome. 

William Bincks. 

Nicholas Tompson. 

John Dency, 

Erasimus Cartter. 

John Edwards. 

George Bayley. 

George Sparke. 

Nicholas Comin. 

Nicholas Arras. 

Mathew Turner. 

John Stone, mfans. 

DavYjMansfield. 

John Denmarke. 

Elizabeth Rutten. 

GOODWIFE Binks. 

A servant of Mr. Movewood's. 

The Glase House. 
Bincencio. 



Bernardo. 

Ould Sheppard, his son. 
Richard Tarborer. 
Mrs. Barnardo. 

At Archur's Hoop. 

Leftenant Harris. 
Rowland Lottis. 

TJx. Lottis. 
John Elison. 

Ux. Elison. 
George Sanders. 
Thomas Corder. 
Joseph Johnson. 
George Pran. 
John Bottom. 
Thomas Farley. 

TJx. Early. 

A child. 
Nicholas Shotton. 

A t Hogg Island. 

David Sane=<=, Minister. 
John Utie. 
Mrs. Utie. 
John Utie, infans. 
William Tyler. 
Elizabeth Tyler. 
Richard WhitbY'. 
William Ramshaw. 
Richard Watkins. 
Thomas Foskew, lost. 
Hener Elsword. 
Thomas Causey. 
George Vinon. 



THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



i8i 



Henry Woodward. 
Roger Webster. 
John Douston. 
Joseph Johnson. 
Richard Crooker, child. 
William Hitchcock, lost. 
George Prowse. 
Robert Paramore. 
John Far vice als Glover. 
John Browne. 
William Burcher. 
John Burcher. 
John Fulwood. 
Thomas Bransby. 
Thomas Colly. 
Thomas Simpson. 
Thomas Powell. 
Nicholas Longe. 

A t Martin's Hundred. 

William Harwood. 
Samvell March. 
Hugh Hues. 
John Jackson. 
Thomas Ward. 
John Stevans. 
Humphrey Walden. 
Thomas Doughtie. 
John Hasley. 
Samwell Weaver. 

Vid. Jackson. 

Filia Jackson. 
Mrs. Taylor. 
Ann Window. 
Elizabeth Bygrave. 



Mr. Lake. 
Mr. Burren. 
John Stone. 
Samvell Culley. 
John Helline. 
Ux. Helline. 
A servant man and ux. 
Thomas Siberry. 

At Warwick Squrake. 
John Batt. 
Henry Pinffe. 
Wassell Weblin. 
Anthony Read. 
Frances Woodson, 
Henry Phillips. 
Peter Collins. 
Chr. Reinold. 
Edward Mabin. 
John Maldman. 
Thomas Collins. 
George Rushmore. 
Thomas Spencer. 
George Clarke. 
Rich. Bartlett. 
Francis Banks. 
John Jenkins. 
Thomas Jones. 
William Denham. 
Peter >. 
Anthony / ^ 
Francis p^groes. 

Margaret ^ 
John Bennett. 
Nicholas Skinner. 



THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



John Atkins. 
John Pollentin. 
Rachell Pollentin. 
Margaret Pollentin. 
Mary, a maid. 
Henry Woodward. 
Thomas Sawyer. 
Thomas, a boye. 

At the Indian Thickett. 
Henry Wood all. 
Gregory Dory. 
John Foster. 
John Greene. 
John Ward. 
Cristofer Windmill. 
Richard Rapier. 
Cuthbert Peirson. 
Adam Rumell. 
Richard Robinson. 
James, a Frenchmaa. 

At Elizabeth Cittye. 
Capt. Isaacke Whittakers. 
Mary Whittakers. 
Charles Atkinson. 
Charles Calthorp. 
John Lankfield. 
Bridge Freeman. 
Nicholas Wesell. 
Edward Loyd. 
Thomas North. 
Anthony Middleton. 
Richard Popely. 
Thomas Harding. 
William Joy. 



Ralph Osborne. 
Edward Barnes. 
Thomas Thorngood. 
Ann Atkinson. 

— Lankfield. 

— Medclalfe. 
George Nuce. 
Elizabeth Whittakers. 
George Roads. 
Edward Johnson. 
William Fouller. 
Reinold Goodwyn. 
James Larmount. 
John Jackson. 

Vide Johnson. 

Vide Fowler. 
2 Frenchmen. 
George Medcalfe. 
Walter Ely. 
Thomas Lane. 
Bartholomew Hopkins. 
John Jefferson. 
Robert Thresher. 
John Rowes. 
Mr. Yates. 
Robert Goodman. 

JJx. Ely. 

Infans ELY. 
Capt. Rawleigh Crashaw. 
Robert Wright. 
James Sleight. 
John Welchman. 
John More. 
Henry Potter. 
Mr. Roswell. 



THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



183 



William Gawntlett. 
Osborne Smith. 
Ux. More. 
Ux. Wright. 
Ux. Wright. 
Filia Wright. 
Thomas Dowse. 
Samvell Bennett. 
William Browne. 
William Allen. 
Lewis Welchman. 
Robert More. 
Mrs. Dowse. 
Ux. Bennett. 
p^^^ /Bennett. 
i Bennett. 

At Buck's Row. 
Thomas Flint. 
John Hampton. 
Richard Piersby. 
William Rookins. 
Rowland Williams. 
Steven Dixon. 
Thomas Risby. 
Henry Wheeler. 
James Brookes. 
Samwell Bennell. 
John Carning. 
Thomas Neares.' 
Robert Salvadge. 
William Barry. 
Joseph Hatfield. 
Edward Marshall. 
Ambrose Griffith. 
Fetter Arrundell. 



Anthony Bonall \ 

La Gaurd >- Frenchmen. 
James Bonall -' 
John Arundell. 
John Hanie. 
NicH. Row. 
Richard Althorp. 
John Loyd. 
Ux. Hame. 
Ux. Hampton. 
Elizabeth Arundell. 
Margaret Arundell. 

At Bass's Choise. 

Capt. Nathaniel Basse. 
Samwell Basse. 
Benjamin Simes. 
Thomas Sheword. 
Benjamin Handcleare. 
William Barnard. 
John Shelley. 
Nathaniel Moper. 
Natha. Gaumon. 
Margaret Giles. 
Richard Longe. 
Infaits Longe. 
Richard Evans. 
William Newman. 
John Army. 
Peter Langden. 
Henry. 

Andrew Rawley. 
Better. 

Liuetennot Sheppard. 
John Powell. 



i84 



THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



John Woolley. 
Cathren Powell. 
John Bradston. 
Francis Pitts. 
Gilbert Whitfield. 
Peter Hereford. 
Thomas Faulkner. 
ESAW De la Ware. 
William Cornie. 
Thomas Curtise. 
Robert Brittanie. 
Roger Walker. 
Henry Kersley. 
Edward Morgaine. 
Anthony Ebsworth. 
Agnes Ebsworth. 
Elinor Harris. 
Thomas Addison. 
William Longe. 
William Smith. 
William Pinsen. 

Capt. Wm. Tucker. 
Capt. Nich. Marteaw. 
Leftennant Barkley, 
Daniell Tanner. 
John Morris. 
George Thomson. 
Paul Thomson. 
William Thomson. 
Pasta Champin. 
Stephen Shere. 
Jeffrey Hall. 
Rich. Jones. 
William Hutchinson. 



>- Negroes. 



Richard Apleton. 
Thomas Evans. 
Weston Browne. 
Robert Mounday. 
Steven Culloe. 
Raph Adams. 
Thomas Phillips. 
Francis Barrett. 
Mary Tucker. 
Jane Brackley. 
Elizabeth Higgins. 
Mary Mounday. 
Choupouke, an Indian. 
Anthony 
Isabella 
Leftennant Lupo. 
Philip Lupo. 

Bartholemew Wethersby. 
Henry Draper. 
Joseph Haman. 
Elizabeth Lupo. 
Albiano Wethersby. 
John Laydon. 
Ann Laydon. 
Virginia Laydon. 
Alice Laydon. 
Katherine Laydon. 
William Evans. 
William Julian. 
William Kemp. 
Richard Withe. 
John Jornall. 
Walter Mason. 
Sara Julian. 
Sara Gouldocke. 



THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



i8s 



John Salter. 
William Coale. 
Jeremy Dickinson. 
Laurence Peele. 
John Evans. 
Mark Evans. 
George Evans. 
John Downeman. 
Elizabeth Downeman. 
William Baldwin. 
John Sibsey. 
William Clarke. 
Richard Griffine. 
Joseph Mosley. 
Robert Smith. 
John Cheesman. 
Thomas Cheesman. 
Edward Cheesman. 
Fetter Dickson. 
John Baynan. 
Robert Sweet. 
John Parrett. 
William Fonks. 
John Clarkson. 
John Hill. 
William Morten. 
William Clarke. 
Edward Stockdell. 
Elizabeth Baynam. 
George Davies. 
Elizabeth Davies. 
Ann Harrison. 
John Curtise. 
John Walton. 
Edward Aston. 



Toby Hurt. 
Cornelius May. 
Elizabeth May. 
Henry May and child. 
Thomas Willowbey. 
Oliver Jenkinson. 
John Chandeler. 
Nicholas Davies. 
Jone Jenkins. 
Mary Jenkins. 
Henry Gouldwell. 
Henry Prichard. 
Henry Barber. 
Ann Barber. 
John Hutton. 
Elizabeth Hutton. 
Thomas Baldwin. 
John Billiard. 
Reginald Booth. 
Mary. 

Elizabeth Booth and child. 
Cap. Tho. Davies. 
John Davies. 
Thomas Huges. 
William Kildridge. 
Alexander Mountney. 
Edward Bryan. 
Percival Ibotson. 
John Penrice. 
Robert Locke. 
Elizabeth Ibotson. 
Ann Ibotson. 
Edward Hill. 
Thomas Best. 
Hanna Hill. 

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THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



Elizabeth Hill. 
Robert Salford. 
John Salford. 
Phillip Chapman. 
Thomas Parter. 
Mary Salford. 
Francis Chamberlaine. 
William Hill. 
William Harris. 
William Worlidge. 
John Forth. 
Thomas Spilman. 
Rebecca Chamberlaine. 
Alice Harris. 
Pharow Phlinton, 
Arthur Smith. 
Hugh Hall. 
Robert Sabin. 
John Cooker. 
Hugh Dirken. 
William Gayne. 
Richard Mintren, junior. 
Joane Flinton. 
Elizabeth Flinton. 
Rebecca Coubber. 
Richard Mintren, senior. 
John Frye. 
William Brooks. 
SiBiLLA Brooks. 
William Brooks. 
Thomas Crispe. 
Richard Packe. 
Miles Prichett. 
Thomas Godby. 
Margery Prichett. 
Jone Goodby. 



JONE Grindry. 
John Juiman. 
Mary Grindry. 
John Grindry and child. 
John Waine. 
Ann Waine. 
Mary Ackland. 
George Ackland. 
John Harlow. 
William Cappe. 
Edward Watters. 
Paul Harwood. 
Nich. Browne. 
Adam Througood. 
Richard East. 
Stephen Read. 
Grace Watters. 
William Watters. 
William Ganey. 
Henry Ganey. 
John Robinson. 
Robert Browne. 
Thomas Parrish. 
Edmond Spalden. 
Roger Fareracke. 
Theoder Jones. 
William Baldwin. 
Luke Aden. 
Anna Gany. 
Anna Gh^Y,filia. 
Elizabeth Pope. 
Rebecca Hatch. 
Thomasin Loxmore. 
Thomas Garnett. 
Elizabeth Garnett. 
SussAN Garnett. 



THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



187 



Francis Michell. 
Jonas Scockton. 
Thimothee Stockton. 
William Cooke. 
Richard Boulten. 
Francis Hill. 
John Jackson. 
Richard Davies. 
Ann Cooke. 

DiCTRAS CHRISMUS. 

Thomas Hill. 
Arthur Davies. 
William Newcome. 
Elizabeth Chrismus. 
Joan Davies. 
Thomas Hethersall. 
William Douglas. 
Thomas Douthorn. 
Elizabeth Douthorne. 
Samuel Douthorne, a boy. 
Thomas, an Indian. 
John Hazard. 
Joane Hazard. 
Henry. 
Francis Mason. 

MiCHEALL WiLCOCKS. 

William Querke. 
Mary Mason. 
Maudlin Wilcocks. 
Mr. Beth, minister. 
John Bush. 
John Coop"- 
Jonadal Illett. 
John Barnaby. 
John Seaward. 



Robert Newman. 
William Parker. 
Thomas Snapp. 
Clement Evans. 
Thomas Spilman. 
Thomas Parish. 

At the Eastern Shore. 

Capt. William Epps. 
Mrs. Epps. 
Petter Epps. 
William. 
Edmond Cloak. 
William Bibby. 
Thomas Cornish. 
John Fisher. 
William Dry. 
Henry Wilson. 
Petter Porter. 
Christo. Cartter. 
John Sumfill. 
Nicholas Graunger. 
James vocat Piper. 
Edward. 
John. 
Thomas. 
George. 

Charles Farmer. 
James Knott. 
John Ascomb. 
Robert Fennell. 
Phillip. 
Daniel Cogley. 
William Andrews. 
Thomas Graves. 

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i88 



THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



John Wilcocks. 
Thomas Crampe. 
William Coomes. 
John Parsons. 
John Coomes. 
James Chambers. 

Robert Ball. 

GooDwiFE Ball. 

Thomas Hall. 

Ismale Hills. 

John Tyers. 

Walter Scott. 

Goodwife Scott. 

Robert Edmonds. 

Thomas Hichcocke. 

John Evans. 

Henry Wattkins. 

Peregree Wattkins. 

Daniell Wattkins. 

John Blower. 

GoDY Blower. 

John. 

A boy of Mr. Cans. 

John How. 

John Butterfield. 



William Davies. 
Petter Longman. 
John Wilkins. 
Goodwife Wilkins. 
Thomas Powell. 
GoDY Powell. 
Thomas Parke. 
William Smith. 
Edward Drew. 
Nicholas Hoskins, 

and his Child. 
William Williams. 
Mrs. Williams. 
John Throgmorton. 
Benjamin Knight. 
Chad Gunston. 
Abram Analin. 
Thomas Blacklocke. 
John Barnett. 
Thomas Savadge. 
William Beane. 
Saloman Greene. 
John Wasborne. 
William Quills. 



List of the Names of the DEAD in Virginia, 
SINCE April last, 

February i6, 1623. 



\ kild. 



Colledg. 
John Wood, 
William More, 
Thomas Nayler, 
John Hunter, 
James Howell, 
William Lambertt. 

At the Neck of Land. 

Moses Conyers. 
George Grimes. 
William Clements. 
Thomas Fernley, ki'd. 
Edward. 

At Jurdahis Jorney. 
Roger Much. 
Mary Reefe. 
Robert Winter. 
Robert Woode. 
Richard Shreife. 
Thomas Bull. 
John Kinton. 
Daniell. 

A t West and Sherloiv hundred. 
Samwell Foreman. 
Zorobabell. 



2 Indians. 

one Negar. 
Thomas Roberts. 
John Edmonds. 
John Lasey. 
Daniell Francke. 
Capt. Nath. West. 
Christopher Harding, kild. 

A t Flower de hundred. 

John Mayor. 
William Waycome. 
Thomas Prise. 
Robert Walkin. 
John Fetherston. 
John ap Roberts. 
Richard Jones. 
Richard Griffin. 
Richard Ranke. 
Willian Edger. 
John Fry. 
Dixi Carpenter. 
William Smith. 
James Cinduare. 
Edward Temple, 
Sara Salford. 



190 



THE DEAD IN VIRGINIA. 



John Stanson. 
Christo. Evans. 

A t yames' Cittie. 
Mr. Sothey. 
John Dumport. 
Thomas Browne. 
Henry Sothey. 
Thomas Sothey. 
Mary Sothey. 
Elizabeth Sothey. 
Thomas Clarke. 
Margaret Shrawley. 
Richard Walker. 
Vallentyn Gentler. 
Fetter Brishett. 
humfrey boyse. 
John Watton. 
Arthur Edwards. 
Thomas Fisher. 
William Speure, \ j^^^.^ 
Mrs. Speure, 3 

George Sharks. 
John Buth. 
Mr. Collins. 

Ux. 
Mr. Pegden. 
Fetter de Maine. 
Goodman Ascomb. 
Goodman Witts. 
William Kerton. 
Mr. Atkins. 
Thomas Hakes. 
Fetter Gould. 
Robert Raffe. 



Ambrose Fresey. 
Henry Fry. 
John Dinse. 
Thomas Tindall. 
Richard Knight. 
John Jeffereys. 
John Hamun. 
John Meridien. 
John Countwane. 
Thomas Guine. 
Thomas Somersall. 
William Rowsley. 
Elizabeth Rowsley. 

A maid of thers. 
Robert Bennett. 
Thomas Roper. 
Mr. Fitz Jefferys. 
Mr. Smith. 
Fetter Marttin. 
James Jakins. 
Mr. Crapplace. 
John Lullett. 
Ann Dixon. 
William Howlett. 
Mr. Furlow and child. 
Jacob Frophett. 
John Reding. 
Richard Atkins, his child. 
John Bayley. 
William Jones, his servant. 
John, Mr. Fearn's servant. 
JosiAS Hart. 
Judith Sharp. 
Ann Quaile. 
Reignolds. 



THE DEAD IN VIRGINIA. 



191 



William Dier. 
Mary Dier. 
Thomas Sexton. 
Mary Bawdry. 
Edward Normansell. 
Henry Fell. 

Enims. 
Roger Turnor. 
Thomas Guine. 
John Countway. 
John Meriday. 
Benjamin Usher. 
John Haman. 
John Jefferys. 
Richard Knight. 
John Walker. 

Hosier. 
William Jackson. 
William Apleby. 
John Manby. 
Arthur Cooke. 
Stephen. 

A t tJte Plantation over against 
James Cittie. 

Humphrey Clough. 
Morris Chaloner. 
Samuel Betton. 
John Gruffin. 
William Edwards. 
John Salsbury. 
Matthew Griffin. 
Robert Adwards. 
John Jones. 



Thomas Prichard. 
Thomas Morgaine. 
Thomas Biggs. 
Nicholas Bushell. 
Robert Williams. 
Robert Reynolds. 
Edward Huies. 
Thomas Foulke. 
Mathew Jenings. 
Richard Morris. 
Francis Barke. 
John Ewins. 
Samwell Fisher. 
John Ewis. 
James Cartter. 
Edward Fletcher. 
Aderton Greene. 
Morice Baker. 
Robert, Mr. Ewins' man. 
Robert Pidgeon. 
Thomas Triggs. 
James Thursby. 
Nicholas Thimbleby. 
Francis Millott. 
John Hooks. 
Thomas Lawson. 
William Miller. 
Nicholas Fatrice. 
John Champ. 
John Manning. 
Richard Edmonds. 
David Collins. 
Thomas Guine. 
John Vicars. 
John Meridie. 



192 



THE DEAD IN VIRGIN-IA. 



Henry Usher. 
John Cantwell. 
Richard Knight. 
Robert Hellue. 
Thomas Barrow. 
John Euines. 
Edward Price. 
;RoBERT Taylor. 
Richard Butterey. 
Mary Lacon. 
Robert Baines. 



Joseph Archer. 
Thomas Mason. 
John Beman. 
Christoph. Pittman. 
Thomas Wilder. 
Samwel Fulshaw. 
John Wamsley. 
Abram Colman. 
John Hodges. 
Naamy Boyle. 

At Hog Island. 

William Brakley. 
Better Dun, 
John Long. 

At Martin's hundred. 

Henry Bagford. 
Nicholas Gleadston. 
Nicholas Dorington. 
Ralph Rogers. 
Richard Frethram. 



John Brogden. 
John Beanam. 
Francis Atkinson, 
Robert Atkinson. 
John Kerill. 
Edward Davies. 
Percevall Man. 
Mathew Staneling. 
Thomas Nicholls. 
2 Childrens of y= frenchmens. 
John Pattison, \ j^-j^ 

Ux. Pattison, J 
Edward Windor. 
Thomas Horner. 
John Walker. 
Thomas Poi^. 
Richard Ston. 
John Catesby. 
Richard Stephens. 
William Harris. 
Christopher Woodward. 
Joseph Turner. 

At Warwick's Squrak. 

JosiAs Collins. 
Clement Wilson. 
William Robinson. 
Chrl Rawson. 
Thomas Winslow. 

Ux. Winslow. 

Infans Winslow. 
Alexander Sussames. 
Thomas Prickett. 
Thomas Maddox. 



THE DEAD IN VIRGINIA. 



193 



kild.. 



John Greene. 
Nathaniel Stanbridg, 
John Litton. 
Christopher Ash. 

Ux. Ash. 

Infans Ash. 
Nethaniel Lame 
Jane Fisher 
Philip Jones. 
Edward Banks. 
John Symons. 
Thomas Smith. 
Thomas Griffin. 
George Cane. 
Robert Whitt. 
Symon, an Italian. 

Dead at Elizabeth Cittie. 

Charles Marshall. 
William Hopkicke. 
DoROTHiE Parkinson. 
William Robertts. 
John Farrar. 
Martin Cuffe. 
Thomas Hall. 
Thomas Smith. 
Christopher Robertts. 
Thomas Browne. 
Henry Fearne. 
Thomas Parkins. 
Mr. Hussy. 
James Collis. 
Raph. Rockly. 
William Geales. 
George Jones. 



Andrew Allinson. 
William Downes. 
Richard Gillett. 
Goodwife Noun. 
Hugo Smale. 
Thomas Wintersall. 
John Wright. 
James Fenton. 
CiSELY, a maid. 
John Gavett. 

■' ' \ Irishmen. 
John ) 

JOCKY ArMSTRONGE, 

Wolston Pelsant. 
Sampson Pelsant. 
Cathrin Capps. 
William Elbridg. 
John Sanderson. 
John Benbricke. 
John Baker, kild. 
William Lupo. 
Timothy Burley. 
Margery Frisle. 
Henry West. 
Jasper Tayler. 
Bridget Searle. 
Anthony Andrew. 
Edmond Carter. 

Thomas . 

William Gauntlett. 

Gilbert , kild. 

Christo, Welchman. 
John Hilliard. 
Gregory Hilliard. 



194 



THE DEAD IN VIRGINIA. 



John Hilliard. 
William Richards. 
Elizabeth, a maid. 
Capt. Hitchcocke. 
Thomas Keninston. 
Cap. Lincolne. 
Chad. Gulstons. 

Ux. Gulstons. 

Infans Gulstons. 
George Cooke. 
Richard Goodchild. 
Chrismus, his child. 
Elizabeth Mason. 
Symon With. 
Whitney Guy. 
Thomas Brodbanke. 
William Burnhouse. 
John Sparks. 
Robert Morgaine. 
John Locke. 
William Thomson. 
Thomas Fulham. 
Cutbere Brooks. 
Innocent Poore. 
Edward Dupper. 
Elizabeth Davies. 



Thomas Buwen. 
Ann Barbeb. 
William Lucott. 

Nicholas , kild. 

Henry Bridges. 
Henry Payton. 
Richard Griffin. 
Raphe Harrison. 
Samwell Harvie. 
John Box. 
Benjamin Box. 
Thomas, servant. 
Francis Chamberlin. 
Bridgett Dameron. 
Isarell Knowles. 
Edward Bendige. 
William Davies. 
John Phillips. 
Daniel Sanewell. 



William Jones. 
Robert Ball's wife. 
Robert Leaner. 
Hugh Nichcott. 
John Knight. 



UT of the ship called the Furtherance. 



John Walker. 

Hosier. 

William Jackson. 
William Apleby. 



John Manby. 
Arthur Cooke. 

Steven. 



THE DEAD IN VIRGINIA. 195 



UT of the God's Gift, M"'- Clare, Master. 
William Bennett. 



jUT of the Margaret and John. 

Mr. Langley. 

Mr. Wright, the gunner of the William and John. 



^5— 2 



1 62 if Promise of certain " WALLOONS and FRENCH" to 
Emigrate to VIRGINIA. 



[IN the centre of a large sheet of paper is written in French, " We 
promise my Lord A mbassador of the Most Serene King of Great 
Britain to go and inhabit in Virginia, a land under His Majesty's 
obedience, as soon as conveniently may be, and this under the conditions 
to be carried out in the articles we have communicated to the said 
Ambassador, and not otherwise, on the faith of which we have 
unanimously signed this present with our sign manual." 

[The signatures and the calling of each are appended in the form of 
a round robin, and in an outer circle the person signing states 
whether he is married, and the number of his children. Endorsed 
by Sir Dudley Carleton, " Signature of such Wallons and French as 
offer themselfs to goe into Verginia." The names with an * have 
only signed their marks. Total 227, including 55 men, 41 women, 
129 children, and two servants. French. The signatures are in- 
distijtctly written?^ 

MOUSNIER DE LA MoNTAGNE, medical student ; marrying man. 
MOUSNIER DE LA MoNTAGNE, apothecary and surgeon ; marrying 

man. 
Jacque Conne, tiller of the earth ; wife and two children. 

[* The Answer of the Virginia Company is dated Aug. ii, 1621, and a contemporary copy is 
preserved in the State Paper Department of Her Majesty's Public Record Office. It is signed 
by John Ferrar, Deputy. The substance is to the effect that the Company do not conceive 
any inconvenience, provided the number does not exceed 300, and they take the oath of al- 
legiance to the King and conform to the rules of government established in the Church of 
England. Cannot recommend the King to aid them with shipping; the exhausted stock of 
the Company prevents them from affording any help. Land will be granted to them in con- 
venient numbers in the principal cities, boroughs, and corporations in Virginia.] 



WALLOONS AND FRENCH. 197 

Henry Lambert, woollen draper ; wife. 
*George Beava, porter ; wife and one child. 
Michel Du Pon, hatter ; wife and two children. 
Jan Bullt, labourer ; wife and four children. 
Paul de Pasar, weaver ; wife and two children. 
Antoine Grenier, gardener ; wife. 
Jean Goundeman, labourer ; wife and five children. 
Jean Campion, wool carder ; wife and four children. 
*Jan De La Met, labourer ; young man. 
*Antoine Martin ; wife and one child. 

Francois Fourdrin, leather dresser ; young man. 
*Jan Leca, labourer ; wife and five children. 

Theodore Dufour, draper ; wife and two children. 
*Gillain Broque, labourer ; young man. 

George Wautre, musician ; wife and four children. 
*Jan Sage, serge maker ; wife and six children. 

*Maria Flit, in the name of her husband, a miller ; wife and two 
children. 
P. Gantois, student in theology ; young man. 
Jacques de Lecheilles, brewer ; marrying man. 
*Jan Le Rou, printer ; wife and six children. 
*Jan de Croy, sawyer ; wife and five children. 
*Charles Chancy, labourer ; wife and two children. 
*Francois Clitdeu, labourer ; wife and five children. 
*Philippe Campion, draper ; wife and one child. 
*ROBERT Broque, labourer ; young man. 
Philippe De le Mer, carpenter ; young man. 
^Jeanne Martin ; young girl. 
Pierre Cornille, vine dresser ; young man. 
Jan de Carpentry, labourer ; wife and two children. 
*Martin de Carpentier, brass founder ; young man. 
Thomas Farnarcque, locksmith ; wife and seven children. 
Pierre Caspar. 
*GreG0RIE Le Jeune, shoemaker ; wife and four children. 
Martin Framerie, musician ; wife and one child. 



198 WALLOONS AND FRENCH. 

Pierre Quesnee, brewer ; marrying man. 

PONTUS Le Gean, bolting-cloth weaver ; wife and three children. 
*Barthelemy Digaud, sawyer ; wife and eight children. 

Jesse de Forest, dyer ; wife and five children. 
*NicoLAS De le Marlier, dyer ; wife and two children. 
*Jan Damont, labourer ; wife. 
*Jan Gille, labourer ; wife and three children. 
*Jan de Trou, wool carder ; wife and five children. 

Philippe Maton, dyer, and two servants ; wife and five children. 

Anthoine de Lielate, vinedresser ; wife and four children. 

Ernou Catoir, wool carder ; wife and five children. 

Anthoin Desendre, labourer ; wife and one child. 

Abel de Crepy, shuttle worker ; wife and four children. 
*Adrian Barbe, dyer ; wife and four children. 
*MlCHEL Leusier, cloth weaver ; wife and one child. 
*Jerome Le Roy, cloth weaver ; wife and four children. 
*Claude Ghiselin, tailor ; young man. 
*JAN DE Crenne, glass maker > [fritteur] ; wife and one child. 
*LouiS Broque, labourer ; wife and two children. 



MUSTER ROLLS 



OF 



SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 

1624. 



iMUSTER ROLLS 



OF 



SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 

1624. 



The muster of the Inhabitants of the Coli.edge Land in 
Virgin ia, taken the 23rd of January, 1624. 

Lieutenant Thomas Osborne arrived in the Bona Nova, November, 
1619. 

Servants. 
Daniell Sherley, aged 30 years, came in the Bona Nova, 1619. 
Peter Jorden, aged 22, in the London Merchant, 1 620. 
Richard Davis, aged 16 years, in the Jonathan, 1620. 



Robert Lapworth came in the A bigaile. 

John Watson came in the William and Thomas. 

Edward Hobson came in the Bona Nova, 16 19. 

Christopher Branch came in the London Merchant. 

Mary, his wife, in the same shipp. 

Thomas, his sonne, aged 9 months, 

William Bronninge came in the Bo.ia Nova. 

Mathew Edlowe came in the Neptune, 161 8. 

William Weldon came in the Bona Nova, 1619. 

Francis Wilton came in the Jonathan. 

Ezekiah RaugHTON came in the Bona Nova. 



26 



202 MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 

Margaret, his wife, in the Warwick. 
William Price came- in the Starr. 
Robert Campion came in the Bona Nova. 
Leonard Moore came in the Bona Nova. 
Thomas Baugh came in the Supply. 
Thomas Parker came in the Neptune. 
Theoder Moyses came in the London Merchant. 



MUSTER of the Inhabitants of the neck of land in the Cor- 
poration of Charles Cittie, in Virginia, taken the 24//^ 
February, 1624. 

Luke Boyse, aged 44 years, arrived in the Edwin, in May, 1619. 
Alice, his wife, arrived in the Bona Nova, in April, 1622. 

Servants. 
Robert Hollam, aged 23 years, in the Bonaventure, August, 1620. 
Joseph Boyall, aged 22 years, in the Charitie, July, 1622. 



The MUSTER of Josuah Chard. 

JOSUAH Chard, aged 36 years, in the Sea Venture, May, 1607. 
Ann, his wife, aged 33 years, in the Bonybesse, August, 1623. 



The muster of John Dods. 

John Dods, aged 36 years, in the Susan Constant, April, 1607. 
Jane, his wife, aged 40 years. 



The muster of William Vintene. 
William Vintene, aged 39 years, in the Mary and James. 
JOANE, his wife, aged 42 years. 



MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 203 

The MUSTER of Thomas Harris. 

Thomas Harris, aged 38 years, in the Prosperous, in May. 
Adria, his wife, aged 23 years, in the Mameluke, in November, 1621. 
Ann WoodlasT, their kinswoman, aged 7 years. 

Servant. 
Elizabeth , aged 15 years, in the Margaret aruijohn, 1620. 



The MUSTER of John Price. 

John Price, aged 40 years, in the Starr, in May. 

Ann, his wife, aged 2 1 years, in the Francis Bonaventure, in August, 

1620. 
Mary, a child aged 3 months. 



The MUSTER of Hugh Hilton. 
Hugh Hilton, aged 36 years, in the Edwine, in May, 1619. 



The MUSTER of Richard Taylor. 

Richard Taylor, aged 50 years, in the Mary Margaret, September, 

1608. 
Dorothy, his wife, aged 21 years, in the London-Mercltant, May, 1620. 
Mary, their child, aged 3 months. 

Servant. 
Christopher Browne, aged 18 years, in the Dutie, in May, 1620. 



The MUSTER of Thomas Oage. 

Thomas Oage, aged 40 years, in the Starr, in May. 
Ann, his wife, in the Neptune, in August, 161 8. 
Edward, their son, aged 2 years. 

26 — 2 



204 MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 



The MUSTER of Robert Greenleafe. 

Robert Greenleafe, aged 43 years, in the Try all, August, 16 10. 
Susan, his wife, aged 23 years, in the Jonathan, May, 1620. 
Thomas, their sonn, aged 3 years. 
Ann, a daughter^ aged 22 weeks. 



The MUSTER of Henry Coltman. 

Henry Coltman, aged 30 years, in the Noah, August, 1610. 
Ann, his wife, aged 26 years, in the London Merchant, May, 1620. 



The MUSTER of Hugh Price. 

Hugh Price, aged 35 years, in the William and John, January, 161J 
Judith, his wife, aged 24 years, in the Marygold, May, 16 19. 
John, his son, aged 2 years. 



The MUSTER of Thomas Farmer. 
Thomas Farmer, aged 30 years, in the Tryall, 1616. 



The MUSTER of Thomas Sheppey. 
Thomas Sheppey, aged 22 years, in the Supply, January, 1620. 



The MUSTER of Alexander Bradway. 

Alexander Bradway, aged 31 years, in the Supply, January, 1620, 
SiSLEY, his wife, aged 28 years, in the JonatJtan, May, 1620. 
Adria, their daughter, aged 9 months. 



MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 205 



The MUSTER of William Sharp. 

William Sharp, aged 40 years, in the Starr, May. 

Elizabeth, his wife, aged 25 years, in the Bonaventure, August, 1620. 

I SACK, his son, aged 2 years. 

Samuel, his son, aged 2 months. 

Servant. 
Katherine Vause, aged 20 years, in the Jonathan, May, 1620. 



The MUSTER of the Inhabitants of West and Sherley 
hundred, taken 2 2d Jany., 1624. 

Richard Biggs, his MUSTER. 

Richard Biggs, aged 41 years, arrived in the Sivann, in August, 1610. 
Sarah, his wife, aged 35 years, in the Marygold, in May, 1618. 
Richard, their sonn, aged 3 years. 

Thomas Turner, his cozen, aged 11 years, in y^ Marygold, 16 16. 
Susan Old, his cozen, aged 10 years, in the Marygold, 1616. 

Servants. 
James Gay, aged 20 years, in the Marygold, 1622. 
William Brock, aged 26 years, in the Margaret, in May, 1622. 
Edward Temple, age 20 years, in the Margaret, May, 1622. 
Mary Peeters, aged 16 years, in the London Merchant, May, 1620. 



William Bayley's MUSTER. 



William Baley, aged 41 years, in the Prosperous, in May, 16 10. 
Mary, his wife, aged 24 years, in the George, 161 7. 
Thomas, his sonn, aged 4 years. 



2o6 MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 



Robert Partin's MUSTER. 

Robert Partin, aged 36 years, in the Blessing, in June, 1609. 
Margaret, his wife, aged 36, in the George, 1617. 

Robert, -v r aged 4 months. 

Avis, \ their children, X aged 5 years. 

Rebecca, ) ' aged 2 years. 

Servants. 
Thomas Hale, aged 20 years, in the George, 162% in October. 
Ellin Cooke, aged 25 years, in the London Merchant, June, 1620. 



Christopher Woodward's MUSTER. 

Christopher Woodward, aged 30 years, in the Try all, in June, 1620. 
John Higgins, \ , . , f aged 21 years, in the George, 1616. 
RiCl Howe, J ' 1 aged 26 years, in the Gi/le, 161 8. 

Servants. 
Mathew Gloster, aged 20 years, in the Warwick, 1621. 
William Totle, aged 18 years, in the George, 1623. 
John Canon, aged 20 years, in the Abigaile, 1622. , 



The MUSTER of Amias Bolte. 
Amias Bolt, aged 23 years, in the Neptune, in August, 161? 



The MUSTER of John Collins. 

John Collins, aged 30 years, in the Supply, 1620. 
Susan, his wife, aged 40 years, in the Treasurer, 1613. 
Ann Usher, aged 8 years, born heare. 



MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 207 

The MUSTER of Henry Benson. 

Henry Benson, aged 40 years, in the Francis Bonaventure, August, 

1620. 
Nicholas Blackman, his ptner., aged 40 years, in the same ship. 



Mr. Thomas Powlett's MUSTER. 

Thomas Powlett, aged 40 years, in the Neptune, in August, \6ii 

Servant. 
John Trussell, aged 29 years, in the Southampton, 1622. 



The MUSTER of William Askew. 
William Askew, aged 30 years, in the Prosperous, in May, 16 10. 



The MUSTER of Rebecca Rose, a widow. 
Rebecca Rose, aged 50 years, in the Mary gold, in May, i6ig. 
MARMADUKE HiLL, ) j^jj^^^^^ j aged 1 1 years, | ;„ ^^e same shipp. 
Jane Hill, ) (. aged 14 years, J 



The MUSTER of Mrs. Mary Maddison, a widow. 

Mary Maddison, aged 30 years, in the Treasurer, 161 8. 
Katherine Layden, a child aged 7 years. 

Servants. 
James Watson, aged 20 years, in the George, 1623. 
Roger Lewes, aged 19 years, in the Edwin, in May, 1617. 



2o8 MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 

The MUSTER of Robert Bagwell. 

Henry Bagwell, aged 35 years, in the Deliverance, 1608. 
Symon Turgis, aged 30 years, in the William and TJiomas, 161 8. 

Servants. 
Randall Bawde, aged 30 years, in the Due ReUirn, 1623. 
Charles , aged 19 years, in the Jacob, 1624. 



The MUSTER of Robert Milner. 

Robert Milner, aged 24 years, in the Francis Bonaventure, August, 

1620. 
John Passeman, aged 29 years, in the JonatJian, May, 1620. 
Jenkin Osborn, aged 24 years, in the George, 1617. 
William Weston, aged 25 years, in the Jonathan, May, 1620. 



The MUSTER of John Throgmorton, &c. 

John Throgmorton, aged 24 years, in y= William and TJiomas, 16 13. 
Chyna Boyse, aged 26 years in the George, in May, 1617. 

Servants. 
Edward Sparshott, aged 31 years, in the Seafloure, 1621. 
Francis Downing, aged 24 years, in the Return, March, 1624. 
Ellis Ripping, aged 23 years, in the Returne, 1624. 



The MUSTER of Roger Ratcliffe. 

Roger Ratcliffe, aged 44 years, in the George, May, 1619. 
Ann, his wife, aged 40, in the George, May, 1619. 
ISACK, his son, aged 9 months. 



MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 209 

The MUSTER of Nathaniell Tatam. 
Nathaniell Tatam, aged 20 years, in the George, May, 16 19. 



The MUSTER of Mrs. Katherine Bennett, a widow. 

Katherine Bennett, aged 24 years, in the Abigail, 1622. 
William Bennett, her sonn, aged 3 weeks. 

Servant. 
Randall Crow, aged 20 years, in the Charles, 1621. 



DEAD at West and Sherley, and at Sherlev Hundred, 

1624. 
Andrew Dudley came in the Truelove, 1622. 
Ralph Freeman came in the Margaret and John, 1622. 
M^- William Benet, Minister, in the Seafloure, 1621. 
Captain ISACK Maddeson. 
James Crowder, in the Return, 1623. 
Daniel Viero, in the George, 1623. 
Barnard Jackson, in the Margaret and John, 1623. 
Thomas Weston, in the George, 1623. 
James Rolfe, Lieutenant Gibbs' man, 

John Michaell, \ slain by the Indians. 

Francis — , Capt. Wadison's man. 



Jordan's \ xhe MUSTER of the Inhabitants of Jordan's Jorney, 

Jomey, f j j > 

Charles'! taken the 21 January, 1624. 

The MUSTER of Mr. William Ferrar and Mrs. Jordan. 

William Ferrar, aged 31 years, in the Neptune, August, 161 8. 
Sisley Jordan, aged 24 years, in the Swan, in August, 1610. 

27 



2IO MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS LN VIRGINIA. 

Mary Jordan, her daughter, aged 3 years, s 
Margaret Jordan, aged i year, I borne heare. 

Temperance Jordan, aged 7 years, ) 

Servants. 
William Dawson, aged 25 years, in the Discovery, March, 1621. 
Robert Turner, aged 26 years, in the Try all, June, 1619. 
John Hely, aged 24 years, in the Charles, Novemb., 1621. 
Roger Preston, aged 21 years, in the Discoverie, March, 1621. 
Robert Manuel, aged 25 years, in the Charles, Nov., 1621. 
Thomas Williams, aged 24 years, in the Dutie, May, 16 18. 
Richard Johnson, aged 22 years, in the Southampton, 1622. 
William Hatfield, aged — , in the Southampton, 1622. 
John Pead, aged 35 years, in the same shipp. 
John Freame, aged 16 years, in the same shipp. 



The MUSTER of Thomas Palmer. 

Thomas Palmer arrived in the Tyger, November, 1621. 
Joane, his wife, in the same shipp. 
Priscilla, her daughter, aged 1 1 years. 

Servant. 
Richard English, aged ir years, in the James, 1622. 



The MUSTER of Robert Fisher. 

Robert Fisher arrived in the Elizabeth, May, 1611. 
Katherine, his wife, in the Marmaluke, October, 1621. 
SiSLEY, their daughter, aged i year. 

Servant, 
Idye Halliers, a maidservant, aged 30 years, in the Jonathan, 1619. 



MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 



The MUSTER of John Claye. 

John Claye arrived in the Treasurer, February, 1613. 
Ann, his wife, in the Ann, August, 1623. 

Servant. 
William Nicholls, aged 26 years, in the Dutie, in May, 16 19. 



The MUSTER of Christopher Safford. 

Christopher Safford arrived in the Treasurer, 16 13. 
John Gibbs, his ptner. in the Supply, 1619. 

Servant. 
Henry Lane, aged 20 years, in the Southampton, 1623. 



The MUSTER of Henry Williams. 

Henry Williams arrived in the Treasurer, 1623. 
Suzan, his wife, in the William and Thomas, 16 18. 



The MUSTER of William Braulin. 

William Braulin arrived in the Margaret and John, 1620. 
Ann, his wife, in the Truelove, 1622. 



The MUSTER of John Fludd. 

John Fludd arrived in the Swan, 1610. 
Margaret, his wife, in the Supply, 1620. 
Frances Finch, her daughter, in the Supply, 1620. 
William Fludd, his son, aged 3 weeks. 



213 MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 

The MUSTER of Thomas Chapman. 

Thomas Chapman arrived in the Tryall, 1610. 
Ann, his wife, in the George, 1617. 
Thomas, his son, 2 years. 
Ann, their daughter, aged 6 weeks. 



The MUSTER of Joseph Bull. 
Joseph Bull arrived in the Abigail, 1622. 



The MUSTER of John Davies, &c. 

John Davies arrived in the George, 161 7. 
William Emerson, his ptner., in the Sampson, 16 18. 

Servants. 
William Popleton, aged — , in the James, 1622. 
EUSTICE DOWNES, aged 25 years, in the Abigail, 1622. 



The MUSTER of Thomas Cawsey. 
Thomas Cawsey arrived in the Francis Bonaventure, 1620. 



The MUSTER of Thomas Ironmonger. 
Thomas Ironmonger arrived in the . 



The MUSTER of Richard Milton. 
Richard Milton arrived in tlie Su/>lj', 1620. 



MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 213 



The MUSTER of Nathaniel Causey. 

Nathaniell Cawsey arrived in the Phxnix, 1607. 
Thomasine, his wife, in the Lyon, 1609. 

Servants. 

Edward Denison, aged 22 years, ) • , • ., ^ , 

„ , f arrived in the Truelove, 102^. 

James Bonner, aged 20 years, J 

James Dore, aged 19 years, in the Bona Nova, 1621. 

Laurence Evans, aged 15 years, in the James, 1622. 

Joane Winscomb, aged 20 years, in the George, 161 8. 



DEAD at Jordan's Journey. 

LiDiA Sherley came in the George, 1623. 
Suzan Sherley, her infant. 



Chaplin's-) The MUSTER of the Inhabitants of Chaplin's 

Choise, (. 1 1 T- > /— 

Charles' f Choyse, and the Truelove s Company, taken the 



Cittie. 



2 1 St January 1624. 

The MUSTER of Ensign Isack Chaplaine. 

ISACK Chaplaine arrived in the Starr, 1610. 

Mary, his wife, in the James, 1622. 

John Chaplaine, his kinsman, aged 15 years, in the James, 1622. 

Servants. 

Robert Hudson, aged 30 years, n 

Henry Thorne, aged 18 years, ( . , . , 

^ , ^ arrived in the James, 1022. 

John Duffill, aged 14 years, I -^ 

IviE Banton, a maidservant, ^ 

Ann Mighill, a maidservant, arrived in the George, 1619. 



2 14 MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 

The MUSTER of Walter Price, &c. 

Walter Price arrived in the William and Thomas, 1618. 
Henery Turner arrived in the John and Francis, 161 5. 

Servant. 
Edward Fallowes, aged 30 years, in the Hopewell, 1623. 



The MUSTER of Thomas Keic. 



Thomas Keic, aged 30, arrived in the Prosperous, June, 1619. 
Sarah, his wife, in the Truelove, 1622. 



The MUSTER of John Browne. 
John Browne, aged 28 years, in the Bona Nova, April, 1621. 



The MUSTER of John Trehearne. 
John Trehearne, aged 33 years, in the Trtielove, 1622. 



The MUSTER of David Jones. 
David Jones, aged 22 years, in the Truelove, 1622. 



The MUSTER of John Box. 
John Box, aged 23 years, in the Truelove, 1622. 



MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 215 



DEAD at Chaplin's Choise. 
1624. 

Henry Wilson, came in the Truelove, 1622, slain by the Indians. 
Nicholas Sutton, in the James, 1622, slain by the Indians. 
Nicholas Baldwin, in the Truelove, 1622, slain by the Indians. 
William Barnett, in the Truelove, 1623. 



Peirsey's 1 MUSTER of the Inhabitants of Peirseye Hundred, 

Hundred. J 

taken the 20th January, 1624. 

Samwell Sharfe arrived in the Sea Venture, 1609. 
Elizabeth, his wife, in the Margaret and John, 1621. 

Servant. 
Henry Carman, aged 23 years, in the Duty, 1620. 



The MUSTER of Grivell Pooley, Minister. 

Gabriel Pooley arrived in the James, 1622. 

Servants. 
John Chambers, aged 21 years, in the Bona Nova, 1622. 
Charles Magner, aged 15 years, in the George, 1623. 



The MUSTER of Humfrey Kent. 



HUMFREY Kent arrived in the George, 1619. 

Joane, his wife, in the Tyger, 1621. 

Margaret Arrundell, aged 9 years, in the Abigail, 1621. 

Servant. 
Christopher Beane, aged 40 years, in the Neptune, 1618. 



2i6 MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 



The MUSTER of Thomas Doughtie. 

Thomas Doughtie arrived in the Marigold, 1619. 
Ann, his wife, in the Mamaluke, 1621^ 



The MUSTER of Edward Auborn. 
Edward Auborn arrived in the Jonathan, 1620. 



The MUSTER of William Baker. 
William Baker arrived in the Jonathan, 1609. 



The MUSTER of John Woodson. 
JOHN Woodson, | j„ ^^^ ^^^^^^^ ^^^^ 
Sarah, his wife, > 



The MUSTER of Edward Threnorden 

Edward Threnorden arrived in the Diana, 1619. 
Elizabeth, his wife, in the George, 1619. 



The MUSTER of Nicholas Baly. 

Nicholas Baly arrived in the Jonathan, 1620. 
Ann, his wife, in the Mameluke, 162 1. 



The MUSTER of John Lipps. 
John Lipps arrived in the London Merchant, 1621. 



MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 

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217 



The MUSTER of Mr. Abraham Piersey's Servants. 



> Arrived in the Southampton, 1623. 



Years. 

Thomas Lea aged 50 

Anthony Pagitt 35 

Saloman Jackman 30 

John Davies 45 

Clement Roper 25 

John Bates 24 

Thomas Abbe 20 

Thomas Brooks 23 

William Jones 23 

Peeter Jones 24 

Pierce Williams 23 

Robert Granes 30 

Edward Hubberstead 26 

John Lathrop 25 

Thomas Chambers 24 

Walter Jackson 24 

Henry Sanders 20 

William Allen 22 

George Dawson 24 ' 

John Upton, aged 26, in the Bona Nova, 1622. 

John Bamford, aged 23 years, in the James, 1622. 

William Garrett, aged 22, in the George, 1619. 

Thomas Sawell, aged 26, in the George, 1619. 

Henry Rowinge, aged 25 years, in the Temperance, 162 1. 

Nathaniel Thomas, aged 23 years, in the Temperance, 1621. 

Richard Bradshaw, aged 20 years, in the same shipp. 

Robert Okley, aged 19 years, in the William and Thomas, 161 S. 

Negro 



4 men. 




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2i8 MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 

Alice Thorowden, \ jn^idservants, arrived in the Southampton, 1623. 
Katherine Leman, J 

Negro man. 

Negro woman and a young child of hers. 



DEAD at 


Piersey's 


Hundred, Anno Dni. 1624. 


John Linicker. 






John English. 


Edward Carlowe 






Christopher Lees' wife. 


Robert Hussye. 






Elizabeth Jones. 


Jacob Lerbee. 









pashehaygh J The MUSTER of the Inhabitants of Pashehavs 

Corporation f 

of St. James' ( and the Maine, taken the 30th of January, 1624, 
belonging to the Corporation of James' Citty. 

Adam Dixon, arrived in the Margaret and John. 
Joseph Ryale, arrived in the William and Thomas. 
George Frier, arrived in the William and Thomas. 
Ursula, his wife, in the London Merchant. 
Allen KenisTON, arrived in the Margaret and John. 
Robert Paramour, arrived in the Sivan. 
William Kemp, arrived in the George. 
Margaret, his wife, in the George. 
Anthony, his sonn, aged 7 weeks. 



Richard Bridgwater arrived in the London Merchant. 
ISABELL, his wife, in the same shipp. 



Hugh Howard, arrived in the Starr. 

SUZAN his wife, in the George. 

Henry Turner, arrived in the London Merchant. 



MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 219 

Joseph Crew, arrived in the London Merchant. 

Thomas Jones, arrived in the London Merchant. 

Margaret, his wife, in the same ship. 

Edward Bourbicth, in the Lo7idon Mo-chant. 

Revoll Morrock, arrived in the Jonathan. 

Elizabeth, his wife. 

Thomas, his son, aged i year. 

Edward Fisher, arrived in the Jonathan. 

Sarah, his wife, in the Warwick. 

Edward Kildale, her son, aged 6 years. 

Clara Ken, a girl, aged 10 years. 

John Moone, arrived in the Returne, 1623. 

Servants. 

Julian Hullers, aged 19 years, \ 

Giles Martin, aged 23 years, Hn the Return, 1623. 

Clinion Rush, aged 13 years, •' 

Richard Smith, in the London Merchant. 



The MUSTER of the Governor's Men at Pashehaighs, 
James' Citty. 

Thomas Jordan, aged 24, came in the Diana. 
John Milnhouse, aged 36, in the London Mercliant. 
Richard Sanders, aged 25, in the Francis Bonaventure. 
Griffin Winne, aged 28, in the Francis Bonaventure. 
Arthur Chandler, aged 19, in the Jonatlmn. 
William Dorrell, aged 18, in the Truelove. 
Christopher Kipping, — 22, in the Francis Bonaventure. 
Thomas Osborne, aged 18, in the Francis Bonaventure. 
George Nelson, aged 19, in the Francis Bonaventure. 
Francis Butler, aged 18, in the Francis Bonaventure. 
Thomas Blancks, aged 17, in the Francis Bonaventure. 

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2 20 MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS LN VIRGLNIA. 

The Maine, ) 
James' Citty. \ 

Henry Dowtie, aged 19, in the Jonathan. 



John Swarbeck, came in the . 

Thomas Marloe, came in the Jonathan. 
Thomas Bunn. 

Bridgett, his wife. 

Thomas, his sonn, aged i year. 

Servants. 
JOHN SMITH, aged 30 years, | .^ ^j^^ ^^.^^.^^_ 

Thomas Smith, aged 16 years, J 
Thomas Jones, aged 35, in the Bona Nova. 
James Robesonn, aged 35, in the Swaji. 
Elizabeth Hodges, a maid servant in the Abigaile. 

Thomas Swinhow, came in the Diana. 

Servant. 
Lawrence Smalepage, aged 20 years, in the Abigaile. 



John Carter, came in the Prosperous. 
David Ellis, in the Mary Margrett. 
Margaret, his wife, in the Margrett and John. 

John Cooke, arrived in the . 

William Binks, came in the George. 
Ann, his wife, in the George. 



MichaeLL Batt, came in the Heracles. 
Ellen, his wife, in the Warwick. 



Robert Lince, came in the Treasurer. 



Hugh Baldwine, came in the Tryall. 
Susan, his wife, in the . 



Robert Scotchmore, came in the George, 1622. 
Thomas Kniston, came in the George, 1623. 



MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 

Servants. 
Roger Kidd, aged 24 years, in the George, 1623. 

Robert Chomle ") 

James Standish J '^^'"^ '" '^^ ^^'''''''''■ 



The MUSTER of Doctor Potts' men in the Maine. 

y antes Citty. 

Thomas Leister, aged 33 years. 

Roger Stanley, aged 27 „ 

Thomas Pritchard, aged 28 „ 

Henry Crocker, aged 34 „ 

Thomas Crosse, aged 22 

John Trye, aged 20 

Walter Beare, aged 28 

Randall Holt, aged 18 years, in the George, 1620. 

The rest of his servants^ provisions, amunition, &c., at James' Citty. 



^Came in the Abigaile, 1620, 



DEAD at Pashehaighs and in the Maine, 1624. 

Joachim Andrelvs. 

Henry Scott. 

Richard, 1 r iv/r t> 

' ;- 2 men of Mr. Bunn s. 

Richard, ) 



James- ) The MUSTER of the Inhabitants of James' Cittie 

Citty. j ■' > 

taken 24 January, 1624. 

The MUSTER of Sir Francis Wyatt, Kt, &c. 

Sir Francis Wyatt, Kt., Governor, &c., came in the George, 1621. 

Servants. 
Christopher Cooke, aged 25, in the George, 1621. 



222 MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 

George Hall, aged 13, in the Suply, 1620. 
Jonathan Giles, 22, in the Triall, 1619. 
John Matheman, 19, in the Jonathan, 1619. 
Jane Davis, 24, in the Abigaile, 1622. 



The MUSTER of Sir George Yearley, K'., &c. 

Sir George Yearlley, K'-, &c., came in the Deliverance, 1609. 

Temperance Lady Yearlley, came in the Faulcon, 1608. 

Mr. Argall Yearlley, aged 4 years, -j 

Mr. Francis Yearlley, aged i year, \ children born heare. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Yearlley, aged 6 years, -' 

Servants at James' Citty. 

Richard Gregory, aged 40 years. . 

Anthony Jones, 26. / ^ . , ^ 

^ .^ yCamemthe Temperance, 1020. 

Thomas Dunn, 14. f 

Thomas Phildust, 15. ' 

Thomas Hatch, 17, in the Duty, 1619. 

Robert Peake, 22, in the Margaret and John, 1623. 

William Strange, 18, in the George, 16 19. 

Roger Thompson, in the London MercJmnt, 1620. 

Ann, his wife. 

Richard Arundell, in the Abigail, 1620. 

George Deverill, in the Temperance, 1620. 

Thomas Barnett, 16, in the Elizabeth, 1620. 

Theophilus Beriston, 23, in the Treasurer, 1614. 

Negro Men, 3. 

Negro Women, 5. 

SuZAN Hall, in the William and Thomas, 1618. 

Ann Willis, in the Temperance, 1620. 

Elizabeth Arrundell, in the Abigail, 1620. 

The rest of his servants at HoG Island. 



MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VLRGINIA. 

James' \ 
Citty. * 

The MUSTER of Doctor John Pott. 

Doctor John Pott ) ■ j • ^t. ^ ^ 

■' \ arrived in the George, 1020. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Pott ) 

Servants. 
Richard Townsend, aged 19 years, in the Abigaile, 1620. 
Thomas Wilson, aged 27 years, in the Abigaile, 1620. 
Osmond Smith, aged 17 years, in the Bona Nova, 1620. 
SU.SAN Blackwood, a maid servant, in the Abigaile, 1622. 



The MUSTER of Capt. Roger Smitpl 

Capt. Roger Smith, came in the Abigaile, 1620. 

Mrs. Joane Smith, came in the Blessinge. 

Elizabeth Salter, aged 7 years, came in the Seafloicre. 

Elizabeth Rolfe, aged 4 years, "i , .,,... 

" ^ \ born in Virginia. 

Sarah Macock, aged 2 years, ) 

Servants. 

Charles Waller, aged 22, came in the Abigaile, 1620. 

Christopher Bankus, aged 19 years, in the Abigaile, 1622. 

Henry Booth, aged 20, in the Dtitie. 

Henery Lacton, aged 18 years, in the Hopwcll, 1623. 

The rest of his men, their provisions, arms, &c. over the Water. 



The MUSTER of Capt. Raph Hamor. 
Capt. Raph Hamor. 
Mrs. Elizabeth Hamor. 

Jeremy Clement | ^^^ ^^^^^^^^ 

Elizabeth Clement J 

Servants. 
John Lightfoote, in the Seaventicre. 
Francis Gibbs, a boy, in the Seaflozver. 
Ann Addams, a maid servant. 

The rest of her servants, &c. at HOG Island, 



224 MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 

The MUSTER of Cap^- William Pierce. 

Capt. William Pierce, came in the Seaventure. 
Mrs. Jone Pierce, his wife, in the Blessing. 

Servants. 
Thomas Smith, aged 17 years, in the Abegaile. 
Henry Bradford, aged 35 years, in 'Cos. Abegaile. 
Ester Ederife, a maid servant. In the Jonathan. 
Angelo, a Negro woman, in the Treasurer. 

The rest of his servants, &c., at MULBERRY Island. 



The MUSTER of Abraham Piersey, Marchaunt. 

Mr. Abraham Piersey, came in the Susan, 1616. 

Elizabeth, his daughter, aged 15 years, ^ came in the SoutMmpton, 

Mary, his daughter, aged 11 years, J 1623. 

Servants. 
Christopher Lee, aged 30 years, 
Richard Sericant, aged 36 years, 

' \ maidservants, 
Annis Shaw, ) 

The rest at Piersey's Hundred, 



. „ ^ ^came in the Southampton, 1623. 

Alice Chambers, ^ ^ r > o 



The MUSTER of Mr. Edward Blaney. 

Mr. Edward Blaney, came in the Francis Bonaventtire. 

Servants. 
Robert Bew, aged 20, came in the Dutie. 
John Russell, aged 19, came in the Bona Nova. 

All the rest of his Servants, &c., at his plantation, over the Water. 



Robert Poole, came in the 



James Hicmott, came in the Bonavetiture. 
His wife, in the 



MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 225 

Thomas Southern, came in the George, 1620. 

Servant. 
Thomas Crust, aged — , came in the George, 1620. 



Randall Smallwood, came in the 



George Grane, came in the Seaventure. 

Eleanor, his wife, in the Susan. 

John Grane, their sonne, aged 10 years. 

Rebecca Snow, 1 , , , ^ 

' |- her daughters. 

Sara Snow, ) 



Edward Cadge, came in the Marmaduke. 
Nathaniell Jeffreys, came in the Gift. 

John Jackson, came in the 

John Jackson, his sonn, aged g years. 
Gertian Buck, aged 10 years. 



Thomas Alnutt, came in the Gifte. 
His Wife, in the Marygold. 

Servant. 
Roger Roeds, aged 20 years, in the Bonybess. 



Peter Langman, came in the William and Thomas. 

Mary, his wife, came in the 

Peeter Ascam, her sonn, aged i year. 
Abigaile Ascam, her daughter, aged 4 years. 
Benomy Buck, aged 8 years. 
Peleg Buck, aged 4 years. 

Servants. 

Abraham Porter, aged 36 years, in the 

Thomas Sawier, aged 23 years, in the 



John Burrowes, came in the 



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226 MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 

Bridgett, his wife. 

Mara Buck, aged 13 years. 

Servants. 
John Cooke, aged 27 years. 
Nicholas Gouldsmith, aged 19 years. 
John Bradston, aged 18 years. 
Thomas Thorowgood, aged 17 years. 
Ellias Gaile, aged 14 years. 
Andrew Howell, aged 13 years. 
Ann Ashley, aged 19 years. 



Elizabeth Soothey, came in the Southampton. 
Ann Soothey, her daughter. 



John Jefferson, came in the Bona Nova. 
Walgrave, Mark, in the Margrett and John. 



William Mutch, came in the Jonathan. 
Margaret, his wife, in the George, 1623. 



Richard Steephens, came in the George, 1623. 

Servants. 
Wassell Rayner, aged 28 years, came in the — 



Thomas Spillman, aged 28 years, in the George, 1623. 
Edward Prise, aged 29 years, in the George, 1623. 
J DANE Rayner, wife of Wassell Rayner. 



George Minifie, arrived in the Samuell, July, 1623. 

Servants. 
John Griffin, aged 26 years, in the William and John, 1624. 
Edward Williams, aged 26 years, came in the same shipp. 



John Barnett, aged 26 years, came in the Jonathan, 1620. 



MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 227 



yames' Ileand. 



John Stoaks, ) ■ ^^ ^xr ■ u 

■' ' V came in the Warwick. 

Ann, his wife, 3 

Richard Tree, came in the George. 

John, his sonne, aged 1 2 years. 

Servants. 

Silvester Bullen, aged 28 years, came in the — 

William Lasey, "I • 4.1, c ^7 ^^ .<„, 

> came m the Southampton, 1024. 

Susan, his wife, ) 

John West, came in the Bonybess. 

Thomas Crompe, came in the 



John Greevett, came in the 
Ellen, his wife, in the 



James Hand. 

Thomas Passmore, ) „ • 4.1, /- 

' \ came in the George. 

Jane, his wife, J 

Servants. 
Thomas Kerfitt, aged 24 years, in the Hopwell. 
Robert Julian, aged 20 years, in the Jacob. 
John Buckminster, aged 20 years, in the Hopwell. 



Christopher Hall, came in the - 
Robert Fitt, came in the George. 
Ann, his wife, in the Abigaile. 



George Onion, came in the Francis Bonaventiire. 
Elizabeth, his wife, in the same shipp. 
Francis Pall, a boy, aged 6 years. 
Thomas Pall, a boy aged 4 years. 



John Hall, came in the John and Francis. 
Susan, his wife, in the London Merchant. 



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2 28 MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 

Robert Marshall, came in the George. 
Ann, his wife, in the same shipp. 



Thomas GruBB, came in the George. 



John Osborne, came in the 
Mary, his wife^ in the 



William Carpenter, came in the Sarah. 

Allice, his wife, in the 

Allice, their daughter, aged 4 years. 



Thomas Grave, came in the 
Margaret, his wife, in the — 



William, their sonne, aged 3 years. 
J one, their daughter, aged 6 years. 



Gabriell Holland, came in the John and Francis. 
Rebecca, his wife, in the same ship. 



JOSIAS Tanner, aged 24 years, came in the 

Andrew Raily, came in the 

William Cooksey. John, his son, aged i year. 

Thomas Bagler. Ann, his daughter, aged 4 years. 

William Carter. Alice Kean, a maidservant. 

John Johnson. John Hitchy. 

Ann, his wife. Thomas de la Maior. 



MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 229 



DEAD at James' Cittie and in the Hand, 1624. 

Richard Mumford. Goodwife Jeffereys. 

George Clarke. Thomas Popkin. 

Bartholemew Blake. Thomas Sides. 

William Wanerton. Thomas West. 

SiBiLL Royall. Wm. Spencer, a child. 

Mrs. Peirse. A servant of Mr. Keth's. 

John Gee. A servant of Peeter Longman. 

Phinloe. 

Mrs. Susan Keth. 



Neck of Land near James Citty. 

The MUSTER of the inhabitants of the Neck of Land near 
James' Citty, taken February the 4th, 1624. 

Richard Kingsmall, came in the Delaware. 
Jane, his wife, in the Susan. 
Nathaniell, his Sonne, aged 5 years. 
Susan, his daughter, aged i year. 

Servants. 
HORTON Wright, aged 20 years, came in the Susan. 

John Jackson, aged , came in the Abigail. 

Edward, a Negro. 

Isbell Pratt, came in the Jonathan. 



John Smith, came in the Bonaventure. 
Thomas Bagwell, came in the 



Thomas Bennett, came in the Bona Nova. 
Margery, his wife, in the Guist. 
Sarah Bromedg, a child of 2 years. 



230 MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 
John Reddish, came in the . 



Mr. Alnutt and his servant here planted, retoned before in the Muster 
of James' Cittie. 



DEAD in this Plantation, 1624. 
A man servant of Mr. Kingsmell's. 



LIVING. 

Richard Pierce, ) - ^t. ,r .. 

(■came m the Neptune. 
Elizabeth, his wife, J 

Anchers Hope, fames' City. 

Thomas Bransby, came in the Charitie. 

Servants. 

Nicholas Greenhill, aged 24 years. \ 

Chadwallader Jones, aged 22 years, [- Came in the Marmaduke, 

Robert Crew, aged 23 years. J 1623. 



John Ellison, came in the Prosperous, 1623. 
Ellin, his wife, in the Charitie. 

Servant. 
John Badeley, aged 24 years, came in the Hopewell, 1623. 

Thomas Farley, came in the Ann, 1623. 

Jane, his wife, in the same shipp. 

Ann, a child. 

Servant. 

Nicholas Shotter, aged 40 years, in the Ann, 1623. 



John Johnson, came in the William and Thomas. 
Margaret, his wife, in the Abigaile. 
George PrOUSE, came in the Diana. 



MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 231 

DEAD at Ancher's Hope. 

George Ellison, a child. 

A maidservant of Mr. Bransbye's. 

William Browne. 

Burrow s Hill, fames' Citty. 

Mr. Burrows and 6 of his men which are planted heare are retoned 

with their arms, &c., at jAMES' CiTTlE. 
John Smith came in the Elizabeth, 161 1. 
Susanna, his wife, in the Bona Nova, 1619. 
Francis Smith, his sonne, aged i year. 

Servant. 
John Ellatt, aged 15 years, in the Margarett and John, 1621. 



George Pelton, came in the Furtherance, 1622. 



Richard Richards, came in the London Merchant, 1620. 
Richard Dolphinbe, came in the Gteist, 1618. 

Pace's Paines, fames' Citty. 

John Proctor, came in the Seaventure, 1607. 
Allis, his wife, in the George, 1621. 

Servants. 
Richard Grouc, aged 30, in the George, 1623. 
Edward Smith, aged 20, in the George, 162 1. 
William Nayle, aged 15, in the Ann, 1623. 
Pheteplace Close, came in the Starr, 1608. 
Daniell Wattkins, in the Charles, 162 1. 

Servant. 
John Skinner, in the Marmadnke, 162 1. 

Thomas Gates, came in the Swan, 1609. 
Elizabeth, his wife, in the Warwick, 1620. 



232 MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 

William Bedford, in the James, 1621. 



Francis Chapman, came in the Starr, 1603. 



Smirk's Plant, yames Citty. 
The MUSTER of Capt. Roger Smith's men over the Water. 
Francis Fowler, aged 23 years. 



Christopher Lawson. 
Alice, his wife. 



Christopher Redhead, aged 24 years. 
Stephen Webb, aged 25 years. 
John Butterfield, aged 23 years. 
William Baker, aged 24 years. 
Richard Alford, aged 26 years. 
Thomas Harvie, aged 24 years. 
Thomas Molton, aged 25 years. 



Mr. Blaneys Plant, jfames Citty, 

The MUSTER of Mr. Edward Blaney's men over the 

Water. 

Richard Watkins, aged 30 years, came in the Francis Bonaventure. 
Nathaniell Floid, aged 24, in the Bona Nova. 

George Rogers, 23 

John Shelley, 23 

Thomas Ottowell, 40 

Thomas Crouch, 40 

Robert Sheppeard, 20, in the Hopwell. 
William Sawier, 18, in the Hopwell. 
Robert Chambrie, 19, in the George. 



in the Bona Nova. 



MUSTERJtOLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 233 

William Harley, 23, in the Charles. 
Lawley Damport, 29, in the Duty. 
William Ward, 20, in the Jonathan. 
Jeremy White, 20, in the Tyger. 
John Hatker, 17, in the Hopwell. 
Robert Whitmore, 22, in the Duty. 



> came in the Southampton, 1622. 



Capt. Matthews Plant., J antes Citty. 

Capt. Samwell Matthews, came in the Southmpton, 1622. 
Mr. David Sands, Minister, came in the Bonaventure, 1620. 

Servants. 
Robert Mathews, aged 24 years. ' 

Roger Williams 20 „ 

Samuell Davies 18 „ 

Henry Jones 25 „ 

Aaron Conaway 20 „ 

John Thomas 18 „ 

Michaell Lapworth... 16 „ 

William LusAM 27 „ -, 

William Feild 23 „ lin the Charles, 1621. 

Peeter Montague 21 ,, i 

Robert Fernall, 31, in the London Merchant, 1619. 
Walter Coop [Cooper], 33, in the Jonathan, 1619. 
William Walters, 27, in the Bona Nova, 16 18. 
Nicholas Chapman, 31, in the Jonathan, 1619. 
Gregory Spicer, 22, in the Triall, 1618. 
Nicholas Peirse, 23, in the Falcon, 1619. 
Robert Penn, 22, in the Abigaile, 1620. 
William Dalby, 28, in the Furtherance, 1622. 
Thomas Hopson, 12, in the Bona Nova, 161 9. 



234 MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 

Abraham Wood, io, in the Margarett and John, 1620. 

William Kingsley, 24 | j^ ^^^ Marmaduke, 1623. 

Thomas Bridges, 12 J 

Arthur Goldsmith, 26, came in the Diana, 161 8. 



Mr. Crowders Plant, fames' Citty. 

Hugh Crowder, came in the BojiaNova, 1619. 

Servants. 
Richard Ball, in the George, 161 7. 
Thomas Hawkins, in the James, 1622. 
Paule Renalles, in the Try all, 16 19. 

Nicholas Smith, a boy of 18 years, in the Bona Nova, 1621. 
John Verin, a boy of 14 years in the George, 1623. 



Mr. Treasurer s Plant. 

The MUSTER of Mr. George Sands, Esquire. 

Mr. George Sands, Esquire, Treasurer, &c., came in the George, 1621. 

Servants. 
Martin Turner, 
George Bailee, 
John Spark, 

John Daney, , . , ^ 

1. T- „ rcame m the George, 1021. 

John Edwards ^ ' 

Nicholas Tompson. 

RosAMUs Carter, 

John Stone, a boy, _, 

Nicholas Comon, 1 j„ t^e Guiste, 1622. 

Nicholas Eyres, a boy, } 

David Mansfield,) j^^ ^j^^ ^^^^ j^^^a, 1619, hired servants. 

John Claxon, ■' 



MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 235 

Thomas Swifte, \ ■ ^, ^ r ^ 

„ >• in the I yzer, ire&mcn, 1022. 

John Baldwine, 3 

Daniel Poole, a Frenchman, hired. 

His wife. 

A young child of theirs. 



Mr. Treasurer s Plant., James Citty. 
The MUSTER of those that live in Mr. Treasurer's Plant. 

Robert Sheaperd, came in the George, 162 1. 

James Chambers, in the Dutie, 1620. 

John Parsons, 

William Benge, 

John Evens, } in the Marygold, 1619. 

Robert Edmunds, 

John Comes, 

John Tyos, 

William Pilkington, , , „ 

T- T >in the Bona Nova, 1620. 

Elias Long, 

Thomas Hall, 

Margaret Pilkington, ) „ „ 

y women. 

Jane Long, ) 

Mr. Vincencio, the Italian. 

Mr. Bernardo. 

His wife. 

A child. 

Zachary Cripps, came in the Margrett and John, 1621. 

Edward White, in the Bona Nova, 1620. 

Mathew Hamon, in the Southampton, 1622. 

Phillip Kithly, in the Furtherance, 1622. 

Anthony West, in the James, 1622. 



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236 



MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 



DEAD at the Plantations, over the Water. 



John Philmott. 
William Plant. 
Thomas Rowlson. 
Edward Jones. 
John Dimsdale. 
John Docker. 
Robert Aldridge. 
Richard Greene. 
James Davis. 
David Williams. 



John Foxen. 

Elias Henton. 

Thomas Fitch. 

Enecha Fitch. 

John Sere. 

William Sands. 

George Gurr, ") Slain by the 

William Comes, i Indians. 

Robert Evars. 

Pkacable Sherewood. 

William Hall. 



Hog Island. 

The MUSTER of Capt. Ralph Hamor's Servants. 
Jeffery Hull, came in the George. 
MORDECAY Knight, in the William and John. 
Thomas Doleman, in the Returne. 
Elkinton Ratliff, in the Seafloure. 
Thomas Powell, in the Seafloure. 
Thomas Cooper, in the Returne. 
John Davies, in the Gtiiste. 



The MUSTER of Lieutenant Barkley. 

Lieutenant Edward Barkley, in the Unitie. 
Mrs. James Barkley, in the Seafloure. 
Jane Barkley, his daughter. 

Servants. 

Thomas Phillips, ) ■ . 1, d ,7- 

' \ in the £oim Nova. 

Francis Barrett, J 



MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. . 237 

Robert Martin, in the George. 
Katherine Davies, in the Southampton. 
John Uty, came in the Francis Bonaventure. 
Ann, his wife, in the Seailoure. 
John, his son, in the Seafloure. 

Servants. 
William Burt, 
William Stocker, 
Richard Bickley, in the Returne. 



\ in the Bonybess. 



John Chew, came in the Charitie. 
Sarah, his wife, in the Seafloure. 

Servants. 

Roger Delk, in the Southampton. 

Samuel Parson, in the Hopewell. 

Walter Haslewood, in the Returne. 

Henry Elwood, ) • ^1 c- • r. 

' \ m the Francis Bonaventure. 
William RamshaWj ) 

John Stone, in the Swann. 

SiSLEY, his wife, in the Seafloure. 

Henry Crocker, in the Marygold. 

J ONE, his wife, in the Swan. 

Henry Woodward, in the Diana. 

Jane, his wife. 

Thomas Hikkock, in the Marygold. 

Alice, his wife. 
-Roger Webster. 
^ Joane, his wife. 

Joane Davis. 



238 MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 

Hog Island. 

The MUSTER of Sir George Yeardley's men. 

Maximilian Stone, aged 36 years, came in the Temperance, 1620. 

Elizabeth, his wife, in the same ship. 

Maximilian, his son, aged 9 months. 

Robert Guy, 22, in the Swan, 1619. 

Edward Yates, 18, in the Duty, 161 9. 

Oscar Puggett, 20, in the Diana, 1619. 

Alexander Saunders, 24, in the Truelove. 

William Strathey, 17, in the Temperance, 1620. 

George Whitehand, 24, in the Temperance, 1620. 

Henry King, 22, in the Jonathan, 1620. 

John Day, 24, in the London MercJtant, 1620. 

The Wife of John Day, in the same shipp. 

John Root, in the Guist n 

Walter Blake, in the Swan >- Dwellers. 

Thomas Watts, in the Treasurer ' 

David Button ) _^ , 

^ T, r Dead. 

Richard Baker ... J 

The rest of his servants, &c., retoned from James' Citty. 



Martins Hundred. 



The MUSTER of the Inhabitants of Martin's Hundred, 
taken the 4th February, 1624. 

Mr. William Harwood, came in the Francis Bonaventure. 

Servants. 
Hugh Hughs, came in the Guiste. 

Ann, his wife n 

Thomas Doughtie, aged 26 V came in the Abigail/, 

John Hasley, aged 22 years -' 

Samuell Weaver, aged 20, in the Bonybess. 



MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 239 

Elizabeth Bygrave, 12, came in the Warwick. 

Ellis Emerson n 

Ann, his wife Vcame in the George, 1623. 

Thomas, his sonn ^ 

Servants. 

Thomas Goulding, aged 26 years, came in the George, 1623. 

Matrin Slatier, aged 20, came from Canada, in the Swan, 1624. 

Robert Addams ) ■ ^^. t, at 

f came in the Bona Nova. 
Augustine Leak J 

Winifred Leak, his wife, came in the George, 1623. 

Servant. 

Richard Smith, aged 24 years, came in the George, 1623. 

Stephen Barker, came in the James. 

Humphrey Walden, in the Warwick. 

John Jackson ) . ,, „r ■ 1. 

. . r came m the Warwuk. 

Ann, his wife, ) 

A child aged 20 weeks. 

Servants. 

Thomas Ward, aged 47 years ... ") • ^, ur 

i came in the Warwick. 
John Steephens, 35 years J 

Samuell March, came in the William and Thomas. 

COLLICE, his wife, in the Ann, 1623. 

Samuell Culley, came in the London Merchant. 

Robert Scotchmore and his company now planted here are retonned 

before in the Maine. 



DEAD at Martin's Hundred this year. 

Allice Emerson, a girle. 

Robert, a boy of Mr. Emerson's. 

a girl of John Jackson's. 

a child of SAMUEL March. 



240 MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 



Mulburie Hand. 

The MUSTER of the Inhabitants of Mulbury Iland, taken 
the 25th of January, 1624. 

The MUSTER of Capt. William Pierce's Servants. 

Richard Attkins, aged 14, came in the London Merchant. 

Abigall, his wife ) . ., y,,- „ 

' > came m the Abigail. 

William Baker, aged 20 J 

Robert Aston, 29, in the Treasurer. 

Hugh Wing, 30, s 

Robert Lathom, 20, / ■ ^i, ^ c 

vcame m the George, 1020. 
Richard Aldon, 19, I 

Thomas Wood, 35, ' 

Roger Ruce, came in the Charles. 

Alexander Gill, 22, in the Bonny bess. 

Samuil Morris, 20, in the Abigail. 

Thomas Rose, 35, in the Jonathan. 

Robert Hedges, aged 40 years, in the . 



John Virgo, came in the Treasurer. 
Susan, his wife, in the same shipp. 



John Gatter, came in the George, 1620. 

William Richardson, came in the Edwine. 

Richard Fine, came in the Neptune. 

John Nowell, came in the Margaret and John. 

Richard Downes, came in the jonatJmn. 

John Cranich, came in the Marygold. 

Percevall Wood, came in the George. 

Ann, his wife, in the George. 

William Raymont, came in the Neptune. 

William Bullock, came in the Jonathan. 

Anthony Baram, came in the Abigail. 



MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 241 

Elizabeth, his wife, in the William and Thomas. 
Thomas Harwood, came in ih.e. Margaret and John, 1622. 
Grace, his wife, in the George. 

Servant. 
Thomas Read, aged 65 years. 



Wariscoyack. 

The MUSTER of the Inhabitants of Wariscoyack, taken the 

7th February, 1624. 

The MUSTER of Mr. Edward Bennett's Servants. 

Henry Pink, came in the London Merchant, 1619. 

John Bate, in the Addam, 162 1. 

Peeter Collins, in the Addam, 1621. 

Wassel Webling, ) . ,, ^ 

y m the fames, 1021. 
Antonio, a Negro, ) 

Christopher Reynold, \ 

Luke Chappman, rin the John and Francis, 1622. 

Edward Maybank, ^ 

John Attkins, •> 

William Denum, tin the Gidste, 167.3, 

Francis Banks, j 

Mary, a Negro woman, in the Margareit and John, 1622. 



A MUSTER of the Inhabitants of Basse's Chovse. 

Capt. Nathaniell Basse, his MUSTER. 

Nathaniell Basse, aged 35, in the Ftirtherance, 1622. 
William Barnard, aged 21, in the Furtherance, 1622. 
Edward Wigge, aged 22, in the Abigail, 1621. 

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242 



MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 



The MUSTER of Thomas Phillipes. 
Thomas Phillipes, aged 25, in the William and Thomas, i6ii 
Elizabeth Phillipes, aged 23, in the Seafloure, 1621. 



The MUSTER of Thomas Bennett. 

Thomas Bennett, aged 38, in the Neptune, 161 8. 
Mary Bennett, aged 18, in the Southampton, 1622. 
Roger HefoRD, aged 22, in the Return, 1623. 
Benjamin Simes, aged 33, in the . 



Richard Longe, his MUSTER. 

Richard Longe, aged 33, in the .' 

Alice Longe, aged 23, in the London Mercliant, 1620. 
Robert Longe, a child, born in Virginia. 



Richard Evans, his MUSTER. 
Richard EvanSj aged 35, in the Neptune, 1618. 



William Newman, his MUSTER. 

William Newman, aged 35, in the Furtherance, 1622. 
John Vemy, aged 35, in the Furtherance, 1622. 



Henrie Woodward, his MUSTER. 

Henry Woodward, aged 30, in the 

John Breowninge, aged 22, in the Abigail, 1621. 

Servants. 

Ambrose , aged 25, in the Marmaduke, 162 1. 

Peeter , aged 19, in the Margrett and John, 1620. 



MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 



243 



A List of the DEAD in Wariscoyack, 1624. 

Margaret Symes. 

Nathaniell, ) c 

\ Servants, 
Thomas. ) 



John Selley. 
Nathaniell Haukwortii. 
Thomas Sewond. 
Benjamin Hirudsleard. 



Thomas, 
Of Mr. Bennett's men, ) 
slain by the Indians. i 



Newportes News. 

Mr. Danniell Gookines MUSTER, 
Servants. 
William Wadsworth, aged 26. 
William Foockes, aged 24. 
Thomas Curtis, aged 24. 
Peeter Sherwood, aged 21. 
Gilbert Whitfield, aged 23. 
Rise Griffin, aged 24. 
William Smith, aged 23. 
Anthonie Ebsworth, aged 26. 
ISAYE Delywarr, aged 22. 
Henry Carsley, aged 23. 
Roger Walker, aged 22. 
Edmond Morgan, aged 22. 
William Clarke, aged 25. 
"Joseph Mosley, aged 21. 



^ All these came in the Flying Hart, 
1621. 



John Parratt, aged 36. 
Robert Smith, aged 22. 
William Croney, aged 24. 
William Longe, aged 19. 
Anne Ebsworth, aged 44. 
Ellnor Harris, aged 21. 



in the Providence, 1623. 



DEAD in his Plantation, 
One Armstronge. 



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244 MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 

Elizabeth Cittie. 
Capt. William Tucker, his MUSTER. 

Capt. William Tucker, aged 36, in the Mary and James, 1610. 

Mrs. Mary Tucker, aged 26, in the George, 1623. 

Elizabeth Tucker, bom in Virginia in August. 

George Tomson, aged 17 -j 

Paule Tomson, aged 14 >-in the George, 1623. 

William Tomson, — 11 ) 

Pascoe Champion, aged 23 1 . ^, r-n ^ 

^ ^ y m the E/lenor, 1621. 

Strenght Sheere, aged 23 J 

Thomas Evans, aged 23 \ 

Stephen Collowe, aged 23 tin the George, 1623. 

Robert Munday, aged 18 -' 

Mahewe Robinson, aged 24, in the greai kopewel/, 1623. 

Richard Appleton, aged 19, in the James, 1622. 

John Morris, aged 24, in the Bona Nova, 1619. 

Mary Morris, aged 22, in the George, 1623. 

William Hutchinson, aged 21, in the Diana, 161 8. 

Peeter Porter, aged 20, in the Tyger, 162 1. 

William Crawshaw, an Indian Baptised. 

Anthony, negro ; Isabell, a negro, and William her child, baptised. 



John Downeman, his MUSTER. 
John Downeman, aged 33, in the John and Francis, i6ii. 
Elzabeth Downeman, aged 22, in the Waj-wick, 1621. 
Moyses Stones, aged 16, in the Bone Bes, 1623. 



John Laydon, his MUSTER. 
John Laydon, aged 44, in the Susan, 1606. 
Anne Laydon, aged 30, in the Mary Margetf, 1608. 



MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 245 

Virginia Laydon 

Alce Laydon ,, . ,r- • • 

yborn in Virginia. 
Laberin Laydon ^ 

Margaret Laydon 



William Cole, his MUSTER. 

William Cole, aged 26, in the Neptune, 1 61 8. 
Francis Cole, aged 27, in the Susan, 1616. 
Roger Farbrase, aged 26, in the Elizabeth, 1621. 



Miles Peickett and Francis Mitchell, their MUSTER. 

Miles Peickett, aged 36, in the Starr, 1610. 
Francis Mitchell, aged 38, in the Neptune, 161 8. 
Maudlin Mitchell, aged 21, in the Bona Nova, 1620. 
John Mitchell, bom in Virginia, 1624. 



Richard Younge, his MUSTER. 

Richard Younge, aged 31, in the George, 1616. 
JOANE Younge, aged 26, in the Guiste, 1618. 
Joane Young, aged 2, bom in Virginia. 
Susan , aged 12, in the Swan, 1624. 



Leiveten Alburno Lupo, his MUSTER. 

AlbuRNO Lupo, aged 40,. in the 5wa;«, 1610. 
Elizabeth Lupo, aged 28, in the George, 1616. 
Temperance Lupo, aged 4, born in Virginia. 

Servants. 
Henry Draper, aged 14, in the George, 1621. 
Joseph Herin, aged 16, in the Warivick, 162 1. 



246 MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 

John Powell, his MUSTER. 

John Powell, aged 29, in the Swallow, 1609. 
Kathren Powell, aged 22, in the Flying Hart, 1622. 
John Powell, born in Virginia. 

Servant. 
Thomas PeateK, aged 20, in the Marie Providence, 1622. 



Larence Peale, his MUSTER. 

Larence Peale, aged 23, in the Margaret and John, 1620, 
William Smith, aged 30, in the Jacob, 1624. 



Robert Brittin, his MUSTER. 
Robert Brittin, aged 30, in the Edwin, 161 8. 



MiHELL WiLcocKES and John Slater, their MUSTER. 

MlHELL WiLCOCKES, aged 31, in the Prosperous, 1610. 
Elizabeth Wilcockes, aged 23, in the Concord, 1621. 
John Slater, aged 22, in the George, 1617. 
Ann Slater, aged 17, in the Guyst, 1622. 

Servants. 
James Field, aged 20, in the Swan, 1624. 
John Jornall, aged 20, in the Ann, 1623. 
Theodore Joones, aged 16, in the Margrett and John, 1620. 



Joseph Cobb, his MUSTER. 
Joseph Cobb, aged 25, in the Treasurer, 1613. 
Elizabeth Cobb, aged 25, in the Bone-Bes, 1623. 
John Snowood, aged 25, in the . 



MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 247 

Cornelius May, his MUSTER. 
Cornelius Maye, aged 25, in the Providence, 1616. 



William Morgan, als Brookes, his MUSTER. 

William Morgan, aged 30, in the Starr, 1610. 
William Morgan, aged 2, born in Virginia. 



Mr. William Julian, his MUSTER. 

William Julian, aged 43, in the Hercules, 1609. 

Sara Julian, aged 25, in the Neptune, 1618. 

William Kemp, aged 33, in the William and Thomas, 1618. 

Thomas Sully, aged 36, in the Sara, 1611. 

Maudlyn Sully, aged 30, in the London Merchant, 1620. 

Servants. 
Thomas Flower, aged 22, in the George, 1623. 
Wyatt Masonn, aged 16, in the Ann, 1623. 



Leiveten'^- Thomas Purfruy, his MUSTER. 

Thomas Purfey, aged 43, in the George, 1621. 
Christopher Colethorpe, aged 18, in "dx^ Furtherance, 1622. 
Danniell Tanner, aged 40, in the Sampson, 161 8. 

Servants. 
Henry Feeldes, aged 26, in the Jacob, 1624. 
William Bauldwin. 



John Barnabe, his MUSTER. 
John Barnabie, aged 21, in the London Marchant, 1620. 



248 MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 

John Hazard, his MUSTER. 

John Hazard, aged 40, in the William mtd Thomas, 1618. 

Servant. 
Abraham Pelteare, aged 14, in the Swmt, 1624. 



Jeremiah Dickinson, his MUSTER. 

Jeremiah Dickinson, aged 26, in "Csx?: Margrett and John, 1620. 
Elizabeth Dickinson, aged 38, in the Margreti and John, 1623. 



Philip Lupo, his MUSTER. 
Philip Lupo, aged 42, in the George, 1621. 



Ensigne Thomas Willoby, his MUSTER. 

Thomas Willoby, aged 23, in \h.G. Prosperous, 161 o. 

Servants. 
Joan Chaundler, aged 24, in the Hercules, 1609. 
Thomas, aged 20, in 'Cat great Hopewell, 1623. 
Robert Bennett, aged 24, in the Jacob, 1624. 
Nicolas Davis, aged 13, in the Marie Gould, 161 8. 



John Hatton, his MUSTER. 

John Hatton, aged 26, in the Treasorer, 161 3. 
Olive Hatton, aged 32, in the Abigail, 1620. 



Mr. Cisse, Minister, his MUSTER. 

Mr. George Keth, aged 40 -j 

JAME Whitinge, aged 16 r" '^' ^'°'^'' '^'^- 



John Keth, aged 11. 



MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 249 



Susan Bush, her MUSTER. 

Susan Bush, aged 20, in the George, \6i'j. 
Sara Spence, aged 4, born in Virginia. 

Servants. 
Clement Evans, aged 30, in the Edzvin, 16 16. 
William Parker, aged 20, in the Charles, 161 6. 
John Seward, aged 30, in the Giefe, 1622. 
Gilbert Marburie, aged 32, in the Southampton, 1622. 
Thomas Willson, in the Ti-uelovc, 1623. 



Capt. Nicolas Martne, his MUSTER. 

Nicholas Martne, aged 33, in the Francis Bonaventurc. 
Peter Eccallowe, aged 30, in the Southampton. 
William Stafford, aged 17, in the Furtherance. 



Mr. John Banum, and Robert Sweete, their MUSTERS. 

John Banum, aged 54, in the Susan, 1616. 
Elizabeth Banum, aged 43, in the Bona Nova, 1620. 
Robert Sweete, aged 42, in the Neptune, 161 8. 

Servants. 
Nicholas ThreDDER, aged 30, in the KatJierine, 1623. 
Richard Robisonn, aged 22, in the Bona Nova, 1620. 
John Hill, aged 26, in the Bona Nova, 1620. 
William Morton, aged 20, in the Margrett and John, 1620. 
James Pascoll, aged 20, in the Warwick, 1621. 
Robert Draper, aged 16, in the Jacob, 1624. 
Sara Gouldinge, aged 20, in the Ann, 1623. 

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MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 



Richard Mintrene, his MUSTER. 

Richard Mintrene, aged 40, in the Margrett and John, 1620. 

William Beane, aged 25, in the Diana, 1618. 

Edward Mintrene, aged 12, in the Margrett and John, 1620. 

John Inman, aged 26, in the Falcon, i6ig. 

William Browne, aged 14, in the Southampton, 1622. 



Anthony Burroes, his MUSTER. 
Anthony Burroes, aged 44, in the George, 1617. 



John Waine, his MUSTER. 

John Waine, aged 30, in the Neptune, 1618. 

Anthony Waine, aged 30, in the Swan, 1610. 

George Ackland, aged 7 ), . ^^. . . 

\ born in Virginia. 
Mary Ackland, aged 4 ) 

John Harlow, aged 28, in the Sampson, 1619. 

Robert Sabyn, aged 30, in the Marget ajid John, 1622. 

Philipp Chapman, aged 23, in the Flying Hart, 1621. 



Mr. Robert Salford, his MUSTER, and John Salford. 

Mr. Robert Salford, aged 56, in the John and Francis, 161 1. 
John Salford, aged 24, in the George, 1616. 
Mary Salford, aged 24, in the Bona Nova, 1620. 

Servants. 
William Ellison, aged 44, in the Swan, 1624. 
Thomas Faulkner, aged 28, in the Mary Providence, 1622. 



MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 251 



Bartholemew Wethersbie and Richard Boulton, their 
MUSTERS. 

Bartholemew Wethersbie, aged 30, in the Providence, 16 16. 
DORYTHIE Wethersbye, aged 30, in the London Merchant, 1620. 
Richard Boulton, aged 28, in the Marjf and James, 1610. 
Richard, aged 15, in the Swan, 1624. 



John Gundrie, his MUSTER. 

John Gundrie, aged 33, in the Starr, 1610. 
Marie Gundrie, aged 20, in the George, 161 8. 
John Gundrie, aged 2, born in Virginia. 



Francis Mason, his MUSTER. 

Francis Mason, aged 40, in the John and Francis, 161 3. 
Alice Mason, aged 26, in the Margrett and John, 1622. 
Francis Mason, born in Virginia. 

Servants. 
William Querke, aged 30, in the Marmaduke, 1621. 
Thomas Worthall, aged 14, in the Marmaduke, 1621. 
William Stafford, aged 16, in the Fziriherance, 1622. 
Henrie Ganie, aged 21, in the DzUie, 1619. 
John Robinson, aged 21, in the Margaret and John, 1622. 



Farrar Flinton, his MUSTER. 

Farrar Flinton, aged z6, in the. Elisabeth, 1612. 
Joane Flinton, aged 38, in the Elizabeth, 1612. 
William Bentlie, aged ^6, in the Jacob, 1624. 



252 MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 

Servants. 

ARTHUR SMYTH, aged 25 | j^ ^^^ Margaret and John, 1622 

Hugh Hall, aged 13 J 

John Hardcastell, aged 20, in the Jacob, 1624. 
Henry Nasfeild, aged 19, in the Swan, 1624. 



James Sleight and Francis Huff, their MUSTERS. 

Francis Huff, aged 20, in the Swan, 1624. 
James Sleight, aged 42, in the Tryall, 1610. 



Lieuten. John Chisman, his MUSTER. 

John Chisman, aged 27, in the Flying Hart, 1621. 
Edward Chisman, aged 22, in the Providence, 1623. 



Mr. Thomas Spilman, his MUSTER. 

Thomas Spilman, aged 24, in the George, 1616. 
Hanna Spilman, aged 23, in the Bo7ia Nova, 1620. 
Elizabeth Hill, bom in Virginia. 

Servants. 
Robert Brown, aged 25, in the Marygould, 1618. 
Rebecca Brown, aged 24, in the Southampton, 1623. 
Thomas Parrish, aged 26, in the Charity, 1622. 
John Harris, aged 21, in the Jacob, 1624. 



Oliver Jinkins his MUSTER. 

Oliver Jinkins, aged 30, in the Mary jeanics, 1610. 
Joan Jinkins, aged 26, in the George, 1617. 
Alexander Jinkins, born in Virginia. 



MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 253 

William Gayne and Robert Newman, their MUSTERS. 

Robert Newman, aged 25, in the Neptune, 1618. 

William Gayne, aged 36, in the Bona Nova, 1620. 

John Taylor, aged 34, in the Swan, 1610. 

Rebecca Taylor, aged 22, in the Margrett and John, 1623. 

John Coker, aged 20. 

Richard Packe, aged 23, in the Warwick, 1621. 

Abraham A velin, aged 23 ) . . _,. , . ^ 

'', ^ Y m the Ehzadeik, 1620. 

Arthur Avelin, aged 26 ) 



Thomas Godby, his MUSTER. 

Thomas Godby, aged 38, in the Deliverance, 1608. 
Joan Godby, aged 42, in the Flying Hart, 1621. 
John Curtis, aged 22, in the Flying Hart, 1621. 
Christopher Smith, aged 23, in the Return, 1624. 



Mr. Edward Waters, his MUSTER. 

Edward Waters, aged 40, in the Patience, 1608. 

Grace Waters, aged 21, in the Diana, 161 8. 

William Waters, ) , .,,■•• 

X born in Virginia. 
Margaret Waters, > 

William Hampton, aged 40, in the Bona Nova, 1620. 

Joane Hampton, aged 25, in the Abigail, 1621. 

Thomas Lane, aged 30, in the Treasorer, 161 3. 

Alice Lane, aged 24, in the Bona Nova, 1620. 

Thomas Thornebury, aged 20, in the George, 1616. 

Servants. 

Adam Thorowgood, 18, "I . ^, ^, , ^ 

(- m the Charles, 102 1. 
Nicholas Browne, ) 

Paule Harwood, aged 20, in the Bona Nova, 1622. 

Stephen Reede, aged 17, in the George, 161 8. 



254 MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 

Matthias Francisco, aged i8, in the Jacob, 1624. 
Robert Pen rise, aged 12, in the Bona Nova, 1620. 



Capt. Thomas Davis, his MUSTER. 

Capt. Thomas Davis, aged 40, in the Jokn and Francis, 1623. 
Thomas Hewes, aged 40, in the John and Francis, 1623. 



Mr. Francis Chamberlin, his MUSTER. 

Francis Chamberlin, aged 45, in the Marmaduke, 1621. 
Rebecca Chamberlin, aged 37, in the Bona Nova, 1622. 
Francis Chamberlin, aged 3, born in Virginia. 

Servants. 

John Forth, aged 16 1 . ,, „ ,.. ,^ 

•' ^' , „ f in the Bona Nova, 1622. 

William Worlidge, aged 18... J 

LlONELL Rowlston, aged 30, in the God's Guifte, 1623. 

David Burton, aged 28, in the Swan, 1624. 



Percivall Ibottson, his MUSTER. 

Percivall Ibottson, aged 24, in the Neptune, 161 8. 
Elizabeth Ibottson, aged 23, in ^& flying Hart, 1621. 
John Davis, aged 24, in the John and Francis, 1623.^ 

Servants. , 

William Greene, aged 21, in the Hopewell, 1623. 
Robert Locke, aged 18, in the Warwick, 1621. 



Mr. Daniell Cookins, his MUSTER. 



William Wadsworth, aged 26. 
William Foulke, aged 24. 



Thomas Curtis, aged 24. 
Peter Sherwood, aged 21. 



MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 255 

Thomas Bouldinge, his MUSTER. 

Thomas Bouldinge, aged 40, in the Swan, 1610. 

William Bouldinge, born in Virginia. 

William Coxe, aged 26, in the Godspeede, 1610. 

Richard Edwards, aged 23 1. , , ^ 

T^ . r in the Jacob, 1624. 

Nicholas Dale, aged 20 ) 



Reynold Booth, his MUSTER. 

Reynold Booth, aged 32, in the Herades, 1609. 
Elizabeth Booth, aged 24, in the Ann, 1623. 

Servants. 
George Levett, aged 29, in the Bona Nova, 1619. 
Thomas Seywell, aged 20, in the Tyger, 1623. 



Thomas Garnett, his MUSTER. 

Thomas Garnett, aged 40, in the Swan, 1610. 
Elizabeth Garnett, aged 26, in the Neptune, 161 8. 
Susan Garnett, aged 3, born in Virginia. 
Ambrose Gyffith, aged 33, in the Bona Nova, i6ig. 
JOYSE Gyffith, aged 20, in the Jacob, 1624. 



Thomas Dunthorne, his MUSTER. 

Thomas Dunthorne, aged 27, in the Margrett and John, 1620. 
Elizabeth Dunthorne, aged 38, in the Tryall, 1610. 

Servants. 

William Tomson, aged 22 ^ 

George Turnor, aged 27 I in the Swan, 1624. 

George Banckes, aged 15 ) 

Thomas, an Indian Boaye. 

Elizabeth Joones, aged 30, in the Patience, 1609. 

Sara Joones, aged S, born in Virginia. 



256 MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 

Thomas Stepner, his MUSTER. 
Thomas Stepner, aged 35 years, in the Swan, 1610. 



Mr. Stockton, his MUSTER. 

Jonas Stockton, aged 40, in the Bona Nova, 1620. 

Richard POPELEY, aged 26 

Richard Davis, aged 22 h^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^_ 

Walter Barrett, aged 26 f 

Timothy Stockton, aged 14 ... ^ 

Servants. 
William Duglas, aged 16, in the Margrett and John, 162 1. 
John Watson, aged 24, in the Swan, 1624. 



Tobias Hurst, his MUSTER. 
Tobias Hurst, aged 22, in the Treasurer, 1618. 



Mr. William Gany, his MUSTER. 

William Gany, aged 33, in the George, 1616. 
Anna Gany, aged 24, in the Bona Nova, 1620. 
Anna Gany, born in Virginia 

Servants. 
Thomasin EestER, aged 26, in the Falcon, 161;/. 
Elizabeth Pope, aged 8, in the Abbigall, 1621. 

John Wright, aged 20 , 

William Clarke, aged 20 / 

Hather Tomson, aged 18 H" *^ Ambrose, 1623. 

Thomas S avadge, aged 18 ....) 



MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 



257 



Alexander Mountney, his MUSTER. 

Alexander Mountney, aged 33, in the Mary James, 1610. 
Lenord Mountney, aged 22, in the Bona Nova, 1620. 
John Walton, aged 28, in the Elizabeth, 1621. 
Bryan Rogers, aged 18, in the Elisabeth, 1621. 
John Washborne, aged 25, in the Jonathan, 1619. 



A List of the BURIALLES 

Weston Browne, April 20. 
Richard Wiste, April 26. 
John Wileman, April 28. 
John Jackson, May 12. 
Edward Hill, May ij. 
Peeter , May 16. 

James More, June 24. 
Mr. Tomson. I t 1 , 
Phillip Coocke 3 
Thomas Ebes, July 12. 
Mr. Chamberlain's man, July 17. 
SiBiLL Morgan, July 18. 

Wethersby, August 8. 
James Chamberlin, Augt. 14. 
Mr. Fenton, Minister, Septem- 
ber 5. 



8. 



in Elizabeth Citty, 1624. 

William White, September 12. 

James Chamberlain, Septem- 
ber 22. 

Mary Donneman, a child, No- 
vember 23. 

John Stamford, September 30. 

Thomas Davis. 

Peter Dickinson. 

Richard Easte. 

Thomas Hunter. 

John Simpell. 

Henru^ Middellton. 

Sammuell Lambert. 

John Bush. 



A MUSTER of the Inhabitants of Elizabeth Cittie, 
beyond Hampton River, Being the Company's land. 

Capt. Francis West, his MUSTER. 

Capt. Francis West, Counselor, aged 36, in the Mary Ann Margett, 

1610. 
Mrs. Francis West, Widdowe, in the Supply, 1620. 
Nathaniell West, born in Virginia. 

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258 MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 

Servants. 
JOANE Fairechild, aged 20, in the George, 161 8. 
Benjamin Owin, aged 18, in the Swan, 1623. 
William Parnell, aged 18, in the Southampton, 1622. 
Walter Couper, aged 22^ in the Neptune, 161 8. 
Reinould Godwin, aged 30, in the Abigail, 1620. 
John Pedro, a Negro, aged 30, in the Swan, 1623. 



Capt. John Martin, his MUSTER. 

C APT. John Martin , 

Sackford Wetherell, aged 21 

John Smith, aged 31 

John Howard, aged 24 , 

John Anthony, aged 23 , 



^in the Swan, 1624. 



George Medcalfe, his MUSTER. 

George Medcalfe, aged 46. 

Sara Medcalfe, aged 30, in ^t Hopewell, 1624. 

Joane, a child. 



Edward Johnson, his MUSTER. 

Edward Johnson, aged 26, in the Abigail, 1621. 

in the Bona Nova, 1621. 
A child born in Virginia. 



John Lauckfild, his MUSTER. 

John Lauckfild, aged 24, in the Bona Nova, 1621. 
Alice Lauckfild, aged 24, in the Abbigall, 1621. 
Sammuell Rennell, aged 30, in the Abigail, 1621. 



MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 259 

William Fowler, his MUSTER. 

William Fowler, aged 30, in the Abigail, 1621. 
Margrett Fowler, aged 30, in the Abigail, 1621. 



Walter Ely, his MUSTER. 

Walter Ely. 

Elizabeth Ely, aged 30, in the Warwick, 1622. 

Ann Ely, born in Virginia. 



William Tiler, his MUSTER. 

William Tiler, in the Francis Bonaventure, 1620. 
Elizabeth Tiler, in the Francis Bonaventure, 1620. 

Servants. 
Robert More, aged 50, in the Providence, 1622. 
William Browne, aged 26, in the Providence, 1622. 
Robert Todd, aged 20, in the Hopewell, 1622. 
Anthony Burt, aged 18, in the Hopewell, 1622. 
Samuell Bennett, aged 40, in the Providence, 1622. 
JOANE Bennett, in the Providence, 1622. 



Thomas Flynt, his MUSTER. 

Thomas Flynt, in the Diana, 161 8. 

Thomas Morres, aged 21, in the Francis Bonaventure, 1620. 

He'nrie Wheeler, aged 20, in the Try all, 1620. 

John Brocke, aged 19, in the Bona Nova, i6ig. 

James Brookes, aged 19, in the Jonathan, 1619. 

Robert Savadge, aged 18, in ^& Elizabeth, 162 j. 



-2 



26o MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 



John Ward, his MUSTER. 

Adam Rimwell, aged 24, in the Bona Nova, 1619. 

Christopher Wynwill, aged 26, in the Bona Nova, 1619. 

Oliver Jenkin, aged 40. 

Joan Jenkin, and a littell child. 

Henrie Potter, aged 50. 

Ann Potter, in the London Merchant. 

Robert Goodman, aged 24, in the Bona Nova, i6ig. 



Gregorie Dorie, his MUSTER, 

Gregorie Dorie, aged 36, in the Bona Nova, 1620. 
His Wife, and a littell Child, borne in Virginia. 



John More, his MUSTER. 

John More, aged 36, in the Bona Nova, 1620. 
Elizabeth More, in the Abigail, 1622. 



Sargent William Barry, his MUSTER. 
William Barry, in the Bona Nova, 1619. 

Servants. 
Richard Frisbie, aged 34, in the JonatJian, i6ig. 
William Rookines, aged 26, in the Bona Nova, 1619, 
Joseph Hattfild, aged 24, in the Bona Nova, 1619. 
Cuthbert Seirson, aged 22, in the Bona Nova, 1619. 
John Gibbes, aged 24, in the Abigail, 1621. 
Francis Hill, aged 22, in the Boiia Nova, 1619. 
John Vaghan, aged 23, in the Bo7ia Nova, 1619. 
Edward Marshall, aged 26, in the Abigail, \6m. 



MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 261 

William JoycEj aged 26, in the Abigail, 1621. 
William Evans, aged 23, in the Bona Nova, 1619. 
Ralph Osborne, aged 22, in the Bona Nova, 1619. 
Morris Stanley, aged 26, in the Hopewell, 1624. 
Nicholas Weasell, aged 28, in the Abigail, 1621. 
Stephen Dickson, aged 25, in the Bona Nova, 1619. 
Thomas C alder, aged 24, in the Bona Nova, 161 9. 



William Hampton, his MUSTER. 

William Hampton, aged 34, in the Bona Nova, 162 1. 

Joane Hampton. 

John Arndell, age 22, in the Abigail, 1621. 



Anthonie Bonall, his MUSTER. 

Anthonie bonall, age 42 ) j^ ^^^ ^^. ^^^ ^g.^ 

Elias Legard, age 38 ) 

Robert Wright, age 45, in the Swan, 1608. 
Joane Wright, and two children, born in Virginia. 
William Binsler, age 18, in the Jacob, 1624. 
Robert Godwin, age 19, in the Swan, 1624. 



Robert Thrasher, his MUSTER. 

Robert Thrasher, age 22, in the Bona Nova, 1620. 
Roland Williams, age 20, in the Jonathan, 1622,. 

Servant. 
John SackER, age 20, in the Margett and John, 1623. 



John Haine, age 27, in the Margrett and John, 1622. 



262 MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 

Elizabeth Haine, in 'Cs\& Abigail, 1622. 
Nicholas Rowe, in the Elizabeth, 1621. 
Mary Rowe, in the London Merchant, 1620. 

Servants. 
Thomas Moreland, 
Ralph Hoode 



l^aged 19, in the Abigail, 1621. 



A List of the DEAD beyond Hampton River. 

Of Mr. Bonale's servant i 

Mr. Dowse, his men 2 

Mr. Peeter Arndell. 



The Eastern) A MUSTER of the Inhabitants of the Easterne 

Snore. \ 

Shore, over the Baye. 



Capt. William Epes, his MUSTER,} 



in the William 
and Thomas. 



Margrett Epes, in the George, 1621. 

Servants. 
Nicholas Raynberd, age 22, in the Swan, 1624. 
William Burditt, age 25, in the Susan, 161 5. 
Thomas Cornish, age 25, in the Dutie, 1620. 
Peeter Porter, age 19, in the Tiger, 1621. 
John Baker, age 20, in the Ann, 1623. 
Edward Rogers, age 26, in the Anfi, 1623. 
Thomas Warden, aged 24, in the Ann, 1623. 
Benjamin Knight, age 28, in the Bo7ta Nova, 1620. 
Nicholas Granger, age 15, in the George, 1618. 
William Muimes, age 25, in the Sampson, 1619. 
Henrie Wilson, age 24, in the Sampson, 1619. 
James Blackborne, age 20, in the Sampson, 16 ig. 
Nicholas Sumerfild, age 15, in the Sampson, i6ig. 



MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 263 

Capt. John Willcocks, his MUSTER. 

Capt. John Willcocks, in the Bona Nova, 1620. 
Henrie Charlton, age 19, in the George, 1623. 



Ancient Thomas Savage, his MUSTER, 

Thomas Savage, in the John and Francis, 1607. 
Ann Savage, in the Sea Flower, 1621. 

Servants. 
John Washborne, age 30, in the Jonathan, 1620. 
Thomas Belson, 12. 



Capt. Thomas Granes, his MUSTER. 
Capt. Thomas Granes, in the Mary and Margrett, 1607. 



Walter Scott, his MUSTER. 

Walter Scott, in the Hercules, 1618. 
Apphia Scott, in the Gist, 161 8. 
Percis Scott, born in Virginia. 



Thomas Powell, his MUSTER. 
Thomas Powell, in the Sampson, 1618. 



William Smith, his MUSTER. 
William Smith, aged 36, in the Sampson, 161 8. 



Edward Drewe, his MUSTER. 
Edward Drewe, aged 22, in the Sampson, 161 8. 



264 MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 

Charles Harman, his MUSTER. 
Charles Harman, age 24, in the Furtherance, 1622. 
JOHN ASKUME, age 22, in the ) ^j^^^^^^ ^^^4. 

Robert Fennell, age 20, in the ) 
James Knott, age 23, in the George, 161 7. 



Nicholas Hodgskins, his MUSTER. 

Nicholas Hodgskines, age 27, in the Edwin, 1616. 
Temperance Hodgskines, in the Jonathan, 1620. 
Margrett Hodskines, bom in Virginia. 



SoLLOMAN Greene, his MUSTER. 
Solloman Greene, age 27, in the Diana, 1618. 



Thomas Gaskoyne, his MUSTER. 
Thomas Gaskoyne, age 24, in the Bona Nova, 16 19. 



William Andrews, at the age of 25, in the Treasurer, 1617. 
Danniell Cugler, aged 28, in the London Merchant, 1620. 



John Blore, his MUSTER. 
John Blore, age 27, in the Star, 1610. 
Francis Blore, age 25, in the London Merchant, 1620. 

Servants. 
John Parramore, age 17, in the Bona Venture, 1622. 
John Wilkines. 



MUSTER ROLLS OF SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 265 

Robert Ball, his MUSTER. 
Robert Ball, age 27, in the London Merchant, 16 19. 



William Bibbie, his MUSTER. 

William Bibbie, age 22, in the Swan, 1620. 
Thomas Sparkes, age 24, in the Susan, 1616. 



John Home, his MUSTER. 
John Home, age 25, in the Margerett and John, 1621. 



John Wilkines, his MUSTER. 

John Wilkines, age 26, in the Marj/ Gould, 1618. 
Briggett Wilkines, age 20, in the Warwick, 1621. 



Perregrin Watkins, his MUSTER. 
Perregrin Wj TKINS, age 24, in the George, 1621. 






- William Davis, his MUSTER. 
William Davis, age 33, in the William and Thomas, i6ii 



DEAD in his Plantation, 1624. 

Thomas Helcott. 
John Wilkines. 



34 



THE CORPORACON OF HENERICO. 

1626. 

On the Northerly side of James River, from the Falles down 
to Henerico, contayning about 10 miles in length, are y' 
publique Lands, reserved and laid out, whereof loooo acres 
for the Universitie lands, 3000 acres for the Companys 
lands, with other lands belonging to the Colleege, the 
Comon Land for the Corporacon 1 500 acres. 



1 



On the Southerly side begining from the Falles, there are 
these PATTENTS graunted, vizt. 

Acres. 

John Peterson 100 

Anthony Edwards 1 00 

NaTHANIELL WORTON lOO 

John Proctor 100 

Thomas Tracy 100 

John Billiard 100 

Francis Weston 300 

Phettiplace Closse 100 

John Price 150 

Petter Neumart 1 20 

William Perry 100 

John Blower 100 surrendred 

for the use of the Iron Workes. 

Edward Hudson 100 

Thomas Morgan 150 

Thomas Sheffield 150 



^By Pattent. 



PATENTS GRANTED TO SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 



267 



In CoxENDALE, within the same Corporacon of Henerico. 

Acres. 

Edward Barkley 12" 

Richard Bolton 100 

Robert AuKLAND 200 

John Griffin 50 

Peter Neinmart 40 

Thomas TiNDALL 100 

Thomas Reade 100 

John Layden 200J 



-By Pattent. 



THE CORPORACON OF CHARLES CITTIE. 



Acres. 

George Grines 3 planted. 

William Vincent 100 planted. 

Richard Taylor 100 planted. 

Robert Partten 50 

Thomas Douse 400 



> By Pattent. 



George Cawcott 100 

Isaac Chapline 50 

Thomas Rosse 100 

John Owlye 5° 

JosiAH Charde 100 

John Dodds 5° 

William Sharfes 4° 

James Usher 100 

William Cradouke 100 

John Owly 15° 

Theophilus Beriston 1 00 



By Pattent. 



268 PATENTS GRANTED TO SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 



planted, 
planted. 



planted, 
planted. 



Acres. 

John Harris 200 

Robert Parttin 100 

Nathaniell Causey 200 

John Cartter 40 

Captaine Maddison 250 

Richard Biggs 150 

Francis Mason 50 

Henry Bagwell 50 

Samuell Jarratt 100 

John Dade 100 

Thomas Swinhow 300 

Thomas Hobson 150 

Symon Fortescue 1 00 

Thomas Oagre 100 

William Baly 100 

JohnWritters 100 

Leift. Rich. Crudge 250 

John Can 100 

Richard Tayler 100 

Robert Bourne 250 planted. 



'By Patent. 



Laid out for the Company Land below Sherley Hundred Hand, 
3000 acres. 



Claimed by CAPTAIN FRANCIS WEST, att WestonER, 500 acres. 



Uppon Apinatucke River. 

Acres. 

William Farrar 100^ 

Henry Milward 250 

Charles Magnor 650 y By Pattent. 

Samuell Sharpe 100 

Humphrey Kent 50^ 



PATENTS GRANTED TO SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 



269 



Acres. 

Mr. Abra. Persey iiSo>^ 

Richard Symons 100 

Arthur Antonye 150 )-ByPattent. 

William Sizemore 100 

William Dowglas 250- 

Here is land laid out for CHARLES CiTTlE and the Comon Land. 



The Territory of Great Weyonoke. 

Acres. 

Christopher Harding ... 100 

William Baily 50 

Richard Pratt 150 

William Jarret 200 

CAPT. Jo. WOODLIFFE 5 SO 

Temperance Baily 200 

Samuell Jordan 450 planted. 

Temperance Baily 200 planted. 

Isaac Chaplin 200 planted. 

Capt. Nathaniell Powle . 600 



By Pattent. 



Mr. Samuell Marcocke's DIvident. 

Persey's hundred 1000 acres, planted. 

Tank's Wayonoke, over against ) ^ 

' ^ \ 2200 acres. 

Persey's hundred ) 



Captain Spillman's Divident. 

Marttin Brandon, belonging to Captain John Marttin, by Pattent 
out of England (planted). 

Upon the easterly side of Chapokes Creek is appointed 500 acres belong- 
ing to y' place of Treasure, by order of Courtt. 

John Marttin 100 acres. ^ 

George Harrison 200 I By Pattent. 

Samuell Each 500 ) 



270 



PATENTS GRANTED TO SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 



On the Northerly side is the land belonging to Southampton hundred, 
containing 100,000 acres, and extending from Tank's Wayonoke 
down to the mouth of Chicahomny River. 



THE CORPORACON OF JAMES CITTIE. 

Adjoyneing to the Mouth of Chicohominy River there are 3000 acres of 
land laid out for y= Company, 3000 acres laid out for the place of 
Governor (planted), in which are some small parcells graunted by 
Sir Thomas Dale and Sir Samuell Argall (planted). 



Acres. 

Mr. Richard Bucke 750 planted 

The Geabe Land 100 



JBy 



Pattent. 



In the Hand of James' Cittie are many parcells of land graunted to the 
inhabitants by pattent and order of Court. 



The Territory of Tappahama, over against James' Cittie. 

Acres, 

John Dodd 150 

John Burrows 150 planted. 

Richard Pace 200 planted. 

Francis Chapman 1 00 t^Y pattent. 

Thomas Gates 100 

Mr. John Rolfe 400 planted. 

Capt. Wm. Powell 200 planted. 

Capt. Samull Mathews Divident, plantee. 
Captain John Hurlestone Divident, plantee. 

John Bainham 200 planted. 

Mr. George Sandys 300 planted. 

Edward Grindon 150 planted. 

William EwENS 1000 planted. ^ By pattent. 

Capt. William Powell ... 550 planted. 

Ensigne Jo. Utie 100 

P^OBERT EVERS lOO 



PATENTS GRANTED TO SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 



27 [ 



In Hog Hand, Mary Baily, 500 acres, planted, (by Pattent). 

Southampton hundred, in Hog Hand, planted. 

Captain Raph Hamar, by claim in Hog Hand, 250 acres, planted. 



Archers Hope. 



I 300 planted. 



Acres. 

Capt. Roger Smith 100 planted. 

Richard Kingsmell 200 

Mr. Wm. Claybourne 250 

Ensign Wm. Spence and 

John Fowler 

John Johnson 100 

Richard Kingsmell 300 

William Fairfax 200 

JOAKIM AnDREWES 100 

John Grubb loo 

John Jefferson 250 

George Perry 100 

Richard Staples 150 

Richard Breuster 100 



- By Order of Court. 



By patent. 



^By patent. 



Marttin's Hundred containeing, as is alledged, 80,000 acres, part 
planted. 



Nere Mulhery Iland. 

N athaniell H u att 200 acres. 

Capt. Wm. Peerce 

Mr. John Rolfe, with) „„ 1 ,. j 

■' ' 5- 1,700 acres, planted, 

some others ) 



■ By patent. 



272 PATENTS GRANTED TO SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 



Warosquoiacke plantacon, contayneing downewards from Hog Island 
14 miles by the River side, in which are these pattents following, 
viz. — 



Acres. 

John Carter 100 

Christopher Daniell ... 100 

Adam Dixon 100 

John Berry 100 

Thomas Winter 100 

John Pollington 600 

Thomas Poole 100 

Anthony B arh am 1 00 

Capt. Netha. Basse 300 planted. 

Giles Jones 150 planted. 



► By patent. 



Blunt Pointe. 



Acres. 

Mr. Wm. Claybourne 500 by order of Court. 

John Bainham 300 by patent. 

Capt. Raph Hamer 500 by order of Court. 

Gilbert Peppett 50 planted. ) g 

Francis GiFFORD 50 planted. / 

Captaine Samuell Mathew, his Divident by order of Court, planted. 

Thomas Hethersall 200^ 

Cornelius May 100 

Richard Craven 150 

Richard Dree 50 |, By patent. 

Richard Domelawe 150 

Persivall Ibbison so 

Edward Walters 100 



PATENTS GRANTED TO SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 273 



Belowe Blunt Point. 

Acres. 

Capt. John Hurlestone... 100 \ g patent 

Robert Hutch INS looJ 

JOHN SOUTHERNS 40 j 3^ ^.^er of Court. 

Sir Francis Wyatt 500 J 

Morris Thomson iso~] 

John Salford 100 

Pharoah Flinton 150 

LiEFT. Giles Alington ... 100 

William Bentley 50 

Thomas GoDBY 100- 



'By patent. 



The CORPORATION OF ELIZABETH CITTIE. 



Acres. 

Newport Newes 1300 

The Gleab land 100 

Mr. Keyth 100 

Thomas Taylor 50 

John Powell 150 

Capt. Wm. Tucker 150 

Richard Boulton 50 

John Salford 50 

Robert Salford 100 

Miles Prickett 150 

John Bush 300 

William Julian 150 

LiEFT. Lupo 350 

Elizabeth Lupo 50 

Thomas Spilman 50 

Edward Hill 100 



By pattent. 



planted. 

planted. 

planted. 

planted. 

planted. 

planted. 

claimed and planted. 

planted. 

planted. 

planted. 

planted. 

planted. 

planted. 

planted, 
planted. 



' by pattent. 



35 



274 PATENTS GRANTED TO SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 



Acres. 

Alexander MouNTNEY ... loo planted 

William Cole 50 planted. 

William Brooks 100 planted 

The Gleab LAND 100 planted. 

Eliza DouTHORNE 100 planted. 

William Gany 200 planted. 

William Epps, Divident plantee. 

William Landsden 100 planted. 

Mr. Wm. Claybourne 150 planted. 

John Gunnery 150 planted. 

Mary Gouldin 100 planted. 

Thomas Bouldin 200 planted. 

Mr. Fetter Arundell 200 

Bartholomew Hoskins ... 100 
Capt. Roughly Croshaw,^ 

between Fox Hill and [-500 

Pemonkey River ) 

Tho. Willowsaby, about 2 miles ^ 
within the mouth of Pemon 
key River. 



;} 



by patent. 



\ by patent. 



> by pattent. 



V 200 acres, by order of Court. 



On the easterly side of Southampton River there are 3000 acres belong- 
ing to the Company at Elizabeth Cittie, planted, and 1 500 acres 
Comon Land. 



On y" South side of the Maine River against Elizabeth Cittie. 

Acres. 

Thomas Willoughby 100 

Thomas Chapman 100 

Thomas Brewood 200 

John Downman 100 ^ by patent. 

Capt. Wm. Tucker 650 

John Sipsey 250 

Leift. Jo. Cheesman 200^" 



FATENTS GRANTED TO SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA. 275 



The Eastern Shore over the Bay. 

John Blower 140 acres. 

Ensigne Salvadge, his Divident. 

Sir George Yardly, at Hangers, 3700 acres, by order of Court. 



Certain others have planted there, but no pattents have been 
graunted them ; the Companyes and the Secretaryes Tennants were 
also there seated, but no land ordered to be laid out for them, as in the 
other 4 Corporacons. 



35—^ 



THE PORTS OF 

IPSWICH, YARMOUTH, AND SOUTHAMPTON, ENG. 



Returns of those who embarked for New England, 
1634— 1637. 



RETURNS OF THOSE WHO EMBARKED 

FOR NEW ENGLAND, 

1634— 1637. 



to'galPSWICH. — A Note of all the names and ages of all those which 
l^^l did not take the oath of allegiance or supremacy, being under 
age, shipped in our port in the Francis, of Ipswich. M'- JOHN CUTTING, 
bound for New England, the last day of April, 1634. 



Will Westwood 



Robert Rose 



•i 



Will. Freebourn 



f John Lea, aged 13 years. 
1 Grace Newell, aged 13 years. 
^ John Rose, aged 15. 

Robert Rose, aged 15. 

Eliz. Rose, aged 13. 

Mary Rose, aged 11. 

Samuell Rose, aged 9. 

Sarah Rose, aged 7. 

Dan YELL Rose, aged 3. 

Darcas Rose, aged 2. 
( Mary Freebourne, aged 7. 
-s Sarah Freebourne, aged 2. 
'^ John Aldburgh, aged 14. 



Jno. Bernard j Fayth Newell, aged 14 



Abraha. Newell 



Henry Howard, aged 7. 
c Abraham Newell, aged 8. 
••-| John Newell, aged 5. 






Isaac Newell, aged 2. 



28o EMBARKED FOR NEW ENGLAND. 

Edward Bugby Sara Bugbie, aged 4. 

/-Faith Clarke, aged 15. 
John Pease X Robert Pease, aged 3. 

'-Darcas Greene, aged 15. 

'Thomas Stebing, aged 14 years. 
Sarah Stebing, aged 11. 
Rowland Stebing \ Eliz. Stebing, aged 6. 

John Stebing, aged 8. 

JMary Winche, aged 15. 
Mary Blosse Richard Blosse, aged 1 1 . 

^Anna Sherwood, aged 14. 

^ „ \ Rose Sherwood, aged 11. 

Thomas Sherwood < „ „ , 

J Thomas Sherwood, aged 10. 

^ Rebecca Sherwood, aged 9. 

/-John Cooe, aged 8. 

Robert Cooe -| Robert Cooe, aged 7. 

' Benjamin Cooe, aged 5. 

rich, pepper I ^^^^ P^^^' ^^^^ 3 and half. 

(. Stephen Beckett, aged 1 1. 

Eliz. Hamond, aged 15. 

Eliz. Hamond J Sarah Hamond, aged 10. 

yoHN Hamond, aged 7. 

Ipswich Custom House, this xiith day of November, 1634. 

EDWARD MANN, Compt. 



PSWICH. — A Note of the Names and Ages of all the Passengers 
which took Shipping in the Francis, of Ipswich. ,M'- John 
Cutting, bound for New England the last of April, 1634. 

John Beetes aged 40 years. 

William Haulton ...aged 23 years. 



EMBARKED FOR NEW ENGLAND. 



281 



Years. 

Nicholas Fennings ...aged 22 
William Westwood . ) aged \ 28 
Bridgett, his wife .... i aged J 32 

Cleare Drap aged 30 

Robert Rose ■»aged|4o 

Margery, his wife ... 3 aged J 40 

John Bernard |aged")36 

Mary, his wife -> aged } 38 

William Frebourne. "| aged ") 40 

Mary, his wife J aged J 33 

Anthony White aged 27 

Edward Bugbye \ aged \ 40 

Rebecca, his wife ) aged J 32 

Abraham Newell ... ") aged ) 50 

Frances, his wife ) aged J 40 

Fust Houlding aged 23 

John Pease aged 27 

Robert Winge aged 60 

J udith, his wife aged 43 

John Greene aged 27 

Robert Pease aged 27 



Years. 

Hugh Mason 1 aged 128 

Hester, his wife J aged J 22 

Rowland Stebing ... 1 aged \ 40 

Sarah, his wife 3 aged J 43 

Thomas Sherwood . \ aged \ 48 

Alice, his wife J aged i 47 

Thomas King aged 19 

John Mapes aged 21 

Mary Blosse aged 40 

Robert CooE l aged) 38 

Anna, his wife i aged-' 43 

Mary Onge aged 27 

Thomas Boyden aged 2 1 

Richard Wattlin aged 28 

John Lyvermore aged 28 

Richard Pepy ") aged"! 27 

Mary, his wife Jaged3 3o 

Richard Houlding ...aged 25 

Judith Garnett aged 26 

Eliz. Hamond aged 47 

Thurstan Clearke ...aged 44 



These persons above named took the oath of allegeance and supre- 
macy, at his Maties. Custom House in Ipswich, before us His Majesties 
Officers, according to the Order of the Lords and others of his Majesties 
Most Hono"^ Privy Councell, the 12th of November, 1634. 

THO. AERISIR. 
Edw. Mann, Compt. 



IPSWICH. — A Note of the Names and ages of all the passengers 
which took shipping in the Elizabeth, of Ipswich, M"- William 
Andrews, bound for New England, the last of April, 1634. 

John Sherman aged 20 years. 

Joseph Mosse aged 24 years. 

36 



282 



EMBARKED FOR NEW ENGLkND. 



Years. 

Richard Woodward. \ aged 45 

Rose, his wife J aged 

Edmond Lewis ) aged 

Mary, his wife j aged 

John Spring laged 

Elinor, his wife 3 aged 

Thurstan RaynoR... ) aged 
Elizabeth, his wife . . . i aged 

Thomas Skott ) aged 

Elizabeth, his wife ... J aged 

Henry Kemball laged 

Susan, his wife j aged 

Richard Kemball . . . ) aged 

Ursula, his wife i aged 

Isaac Mixer ) aged 31 

Sarah, his wife i aged 33 

Martha Scott aged 60 

George MuNNiNG ...)aged 37 
Elizabeth, his wife ... J aged 41 

John Bernard ) aged 30 

Phebie, his wife 3 aged 27 

Thomas Kilborne ... I aged 24 
Elizabeth, his wife ... J aged 20 

John Crosse |aged 50 

Ann, his wife i aged 38 

Robert Sherim aged 32 



50 
33 
32 
45 
46 
40 

36 
40 
40 
44 
35 
39 



William Blomfield . 1 aged 

Sarah, his wife -' aged 

Robert Day "laged 

Mary, his wife 3 aged 

Sarah Reynolds aged 

Robert Goodall . . . | aged 
Katherine, his wife ■ 3 aged 

Samuell Smith \ aged 

Elizabeth, his wife ... 3 aged 
Thomas Hastings . . . ) aged 

Susan, his wife 3 aged 

Susan Munson aged 

Martin Underwood, \ aged 

Martha, his wife 3 aged 

Henry GouLDSON ...)aged 

Ann, his wife 3 aged 

Ann Gouldslon aged 

William Cutting aged 

John Palmer aged 

Danyoll Pierce aged 

John Clearke aged 

John Firmin aged 

Rebecca Isaacke aged 

Anne Dorifall aged 



These persons above named took the oath of allegeance and supre- 
macy at His Mats. Custom House in Ipswich, before us his Maties. 
Officers, according to the Order of the Lords and others of his Mats. 
Most hono'='= Privy Councell this 1 2th of November, 1634. 

THO. AERISIR. 

Ipswich Custom House, 

Phil. Browxe, Edw. Man, 

Xd. Custr. Compt. 



EMBARKED FOR NEW ENGLAND. 



2S3 



John Spring 



Thurston Raynor 



UPSWICH. — A Note of all the names and ages of all those which 
did not take the oath of allegeance or supremacy, being under 
age, shipped in this port for the Elisabeth, of Ipswich, M''- WILLIAM 
Andrews, bound for New England, the last of April, 1634. 

^ _ r John Lewis, aged 3 years. 

Ed. Lewis -^ i, t , 

(. Thomas Lewis, aged 3 quarters. 

f George Woodward, aged 1 3 years. 

Rich. Woodward \, „, , 

(.John Woodward, aged 13. 

,Mary Spring, aged n. 
\ Henry Spring, aged 6. 
' i John Spring, aged 4. 
V William Spring, aged 3 quarters. 
'Thurston Rayner, aged 13. 

Joseph Raynor, aged 11. 

Elizabeth Raynor, aged 9. 

Sarah Raynor, aged 7. 

Lydia Raynor, aged i. 

Edward Raynor, aged 10. 

Elizabeth Kemball, aged 13. 

r Elizabeth Scott, aged 9. 

Thomas Scott J Abigaile Scott, aged 7. " 

' Thomas Scott, aged 6. 
Isaac Mixer, aged 4. 

c Elizabeth Kemball, aged 4. 
I Susan Kemball, aged i and halfe. 
Richard Cutting, aged 11. 

-Henry Kemball, aged 15 years. 
Richard Kemball, aged 11. 
Mary Kemball, aged 9. 
Martha Kemball, aged 5. 
John Kemball, aged 3. 
Thomas Kemball, aged i. 
John Laa'ERICKE, aged 15. 

^6 — 2 



Hen. Kemball 



Rich. Kemball 



284 



EMBARKED FOR NEW ENGLAND. 



c Eliza Munnings, aged 12. 
Geo. munnings { Abigail Munnings, aged 7. 

( John Bernard, aged 2. 

JNO- BERNARD | ^^^^^^ BERNARD, aged I. 

Thomas King, aged 15. 

, Anna Bradstreet, aged 9. 

I John Bradstreet, aged 3. 
Humph. Bradstreet .< ,, „ ^^„^^^ j „ 

J Martha Bradstreet, aged 2. 

vMary Bradstreet, aged i. 
William Blomfield . Sarah Blomfield, aged i. 

. Samuel Smith, aged 9. 

\ Mary Smith, aged 4. 

Sam. Smith < _ „ j 

^ Eliz. Smith, aged 7. 

^ Phillip Smith, aged i. 

r Mary Goodale, aged 4. 

RoBT. Goodale < Abraham Goodale, aged 2. 

V Isaacke Goodale, aged half a year. 

Hen. Gouldson Mary Gouldson, aged 15. 



Ipswich Custom House, this 12th of November, 1634. 

Phil. Browne. THO. AERISIR. 

Edw. Man. 
Xd. Compt. 

Phil. Browne, 
Custr. 



EMBARKED FOR NEW ENGLAND. 285 



Bound for New England. 

[AIMOUTH, y- 20th of \ 
March, 1635. I 

1. Joseph Hall, of Somersit, a minister, aged 40 years. 

2. Agnis Hall, his wife, aged 25 years. 

3. JOANE Hall, his daughter, aged 15 years. 

4. Joseph Hall, his son, aged 13 years. 

5. Cristian, his son, aged 1 1 years. 

6. Elizabeth Hall, his daughter, aged 7 years. 

7. Temperance, his daughter, aged 9 years. 

8. Grissell Hall, his daughter, aged 5 years. 

9. Dorothy Hall, his daughter, aged 3 years. 

10. Judith French, his servant, aged 20 years. 

1 1. John Wood, his servant, aged 20 years. 

12. Robert Dabyn, his servant, aged 28 years. 

13. Musachvill Bernard, of Batcombe, clothier, in the county of 

Somerset, aged 24 years. 

14. Mary Bernard, his wife, aged 28 years. 

15. John Bernard, his son, aged 3 years. 

16. Nathaniell, his son, aged i year. 

17. Richard Persons, salter, and his servant, 30 years. 

18. Francis Baber, chandler, aged 36 years. 

19. Jesope Joyner, aged 22 years. 

20. Walter Jesop, weaver, aged 21 years. 

21. Timothy Tabor, his servant, of Batcombe Taylor, aged 35 years. 

22. Jane Tabor, his wife, aged 35 years. 

23. Jane Tabor, his daughter, aged 10 years. 

24. Ann Tabor, his daughter, aged 8 years. 

25. Sarah Tabor, his daughter, aged S years. 

26. William Fever, his servant, aged 20 years. 



286 EMBARKED FOR NEW ENGLAND. 

27. John Whitmark, aged 39 years. 

28. Alce Whitmark, his wife, aged 35 years. 

29. JN°- Whitmark, his son, aged 1 1 years. 

30. Jane, his daughter, aged 7 years. 

31. Joseph Whitmark, his son, aged 5 years. 

32. Richard Whitmark, his son, aged 2 years. 

33. William Read, of Batcombe Taylor, in 

34. Somerset, aged 28 years. 

35. Susan Read, his wife, aged 29 years. 

36. Hanna Read, his daughter, aged 3 years. 

37. Susan Read, his daughter, aged i year. 

38. Richard Adams, his servant, aged 29 years. 

39. Mary, his wife, aged 26 years. 

40. Mary Cheame, his daughter, aged i year. 

41. Zachary Bickewell, aged 45 years. 

42. Agnes BicKEWELL, his wife, aged 27 years. 

43. Jn°- Bickewell, her son, aged 1 1 years. 

44. KiTCHiN, his servant, aged 23 years. 

46. George Allin, aged 24 years. 

47. Katherin Allyn, his wife, aged 30 years. 

48. George Allyn, his son, aged 16 years. 

49. William Allyn, his sonne, aged 8 years. 

50. Mathew Allyn, his sonne, aged 6 years. 

51. Edward Poole, his servant, aged 26 years. 

52. Henry Kingman, aged 40 years. 

53. Joan, his wife, beinge aged 39 years. 

54. Edward Kingman, his son, aged 16 years. 

55. Joane, his daughter, aged 11 years. 

56. Anne, his daughter, aged 9 years. 

57. Thomas Kingman, his son, aged 7 years. 

58. John Kingman, his son, aged 2 years. 

59. JN°- Ford, his servant, aged 30 years. 

60. William Kinge, aged 30 years. 
6r. Dorothy, his wife, aged 34 years. 

62. Marey Kinge, his daughter, aged 12 years. 



EMBARKED FOR NEW ENGLAND. 287 

63. Katheryn, his daughter, aged 10 years. 

64. William Kinge, his son, aged 8 years. 

65. Hanna Kinge, his daughter, aged 6 years. 

66. Thomas Holbrooke, of Broadway, aged 34 years. 
dj. Jane Holbrooke, his wife, aged 34 years. 

68. John Holbrooke, his sonne, aged 1 1 years. 

69. Thomas Holbrooke, his sonne, aged 10 years. 

70. Anne Holbrooke, his daughter, aged 5 years. 

71. Elizabeth, his daughter, aged i year. 

72. Thomas Dible, husbandman, aged 22 years. 

73. Frances Dible, soror, aged 24 years. 

74. Robert Lovell, husbandman, aged 40 years. 

75. Elizabeth Lovell, his wife, aged 35 years. 
"jS. Zacheris Lovell, his sonne, aged 15 years. 
T7. Anne Lovell, his daughter, aged 16 years. 

78. John Lovell, his sonne, aged 8 years. 

79. Ellin, his daughter, aged i year. 

80. James, his son, aged i year. 

81. Joseph Chickin, his servant, aged 16 years. 

82. Alice Kinham, aged 22 years. 

83. Angell Hollard, aged 21 years. 

84. Katheryn, his wife, aged 22 years. 

85. George Laud, his servant, aged 22 years. 

86. Sarah Laud, his kinswoman, aged 18 years. 
Zj. Richard Jones, of Binder. 

88. Robert Martyn, of Badcombe, husbandman, 44. 

89. Humphery Shepherd, husbandman, 32. 

90. John Upham, husbandman, 35. 

91. Joane Martyn, 44. 

92. Elizabeth Upham, 32. 

93. John Upham, Junr., i. 

94. William Grane, 14. 

95. Sarah Upham, 26. 

96. Nathaniell Upham, 5. 

97. Elizabeth Uppiam, 3. 



288 EMBARKED FOR NEW ENGLAND. 



Dorsetshire. 

98. Richard Wade, of Simstuly, coper, aged 60. 

99. Elizabeth, his wife, aged (^. 
100. Dinah, his daughter, aged 22. 
loi. Henry Lush, his servant, aged 17. 

102. Andrew Hallet, his servant, aged 28. 

103. John Hoble, husbandman, 13. 

104. Robert Huste, husbandm., 40. 

105. John Woodcocke, 2-. 

106. Richard Porter, husbandman, 3-. 



JOHN PORTER, 

Deputy Clerk to 

Edward Thoroughgood. 



A REGISTER OF PERSONS ABOUT TO PASS 

INTO FORRAIGNE PARTS. 

A.D. 162,7. 13 Ckas. I. 



|HESE people went to New England with WiLLlAM ANDREWS, of 
Ipswich, M''- of the yohn and Dorothy of Ipswich, and with 



William Andrews, his son, M"^- of the Rose, of Yarmouth. 

April 8th, 1637. The examination of John Baker, born at Norwich in 
Norfolk, Brocar, aged 39 years, and Elizabeth his wife, aged 
31 years, with 3 children, ELIZABETH, JOHN and THOMAS, and 
4 servants, Marey Alxarson, aged 24 years, Anne Alxar- 
SON, aged 20 years, Bridgett Boulle, aged 32 years, and 
Samuel Arris, aged 14 years. Are all desirous to goe for 
Charles Towne in New England, ther to inhabitt and 
Remane. 

April the 8th, 1637. The examination of NiCHO. BUSBIE, of Norwich, 
in Norff., weaver, aged 50 years, and Bridgett, his wife, aged 
53 years, with 4 children, NiCHO., John, Abraham, and Sara. 
The ar desirous to goe to Boston in New England, to inhabitt. 

April the 8th, 1637. The examination of MiCHiLL Metcalf, of Nor- 
wich, dornixweaver, aged 45 years, and Sarrah, his wife, aged 
39 years, with 8 children, MiCHiLL, Thomas, Marey, Sarrah, 
Elizabeth, Martha, Joane, and Rebecca, and his servant 
Thomas Cumberbach, aged 16 years. Ar desirous to pass to 
Boston in New England, to inhabitt. 

37 



290 ABOUT TO PASS INTO FORRAIGNE PARTS. 

April 8th, 1637. The examination of John Pers, of Norwich, weavear, 
aged 49 years, and Elizabeth, his wife, aged 36 years, with 
4 children, John, Barbre, Elizabeth and Judeth, and one 
servant, JOHN Gedney, aged 19 years. Are desirous to pass 
to Boston in New England, to inhabitt. 

April 8th, 1637. The examination of William Ludkin, of Norwich, 
inNorff., Locksmith, ther borne, aged 33 years, and Elizabeth, 
his wife, aged 34 years, with one child and one servant, Thomas 
Homes, are desirous to goe to Boston in New England, there 
to inhabit and remaine. 

.... [Destroyed] of Norwich, in Norif., cordwayner, 

aged 28 years, and with 4 children, 

Samuel, John, Elizabeth, and Debra, 

aged 18 years, and Anne Williams, 

aged I S years, England to 

Inhabitt. 



Francis Lawes, born in Norwich, and their 

living, weaver, aged , and LiDDEA, his wife, aged 49 

years, with one child, Marcy, and 2 servants ; Samuel Lin- 
CORNE, aged 18 years, and Anne Smith, aged 19 years; are 
desirous to pass for New England, to inhabitt. 



The examination of NICHOLAS NiCKERSON, of 

Norwich, in Norfolk, weaver, aged 33 years, and Anne, his 
wife, aged 28 years, with 4 children, NiCHO., Robartt, 
Elizabeth, and Anne, are desirous to go to Boston in 
New England, there to inhabitt. 

April 8, 1637. The examination of SAMUEL Dix, of Norwich, Joynar, 
aged 43 years, and JOANE, his wife, aged 38 years, with 2 
children, Presella and Abegell, and 2 servants, William 
Storey, and Daniel Linsey, the one aged 23, the other 18 
years ; ar all desirous to pass to Boston in New England, there 
to inhabitt. 



ABOUT TO PASS INTO FORRAIGNE PARTS. 291 

April nth, 1637. The examination of Henry Skerry, of Great 
Yarmouth, in the County of Norfolk, Cordwynar, aged 31 
years, and Elizabeth, his wife, aged 25, years, with one 
child, Henry, and one aprentice, Edmund Towne, aged 
18 years; are desirous to pass for New England to in- 
habitt. 

April 1 1, 1637. The examination of John Moulton, of Ormsby, in 
Norfolk, husbandman, aged 38 years, and Anne, his wife, 
aged 38 years, with 5 children : Henry, Marcy, Anne, 
Jane, and Bridgett, and 2 servants, Adam Goodens, 
aged 20 years, and Allis Eden, aged 18 years, are all 
desirous to pa'S to New England, there to inhabitt and 
abide. 

April II, 1637. The examination of Marcy Moulton, of Ormsby, 
in Norfolk, Wydow, aged 30 years, and 2 servants, JOHN 
Maston, aged 20 years, and Merrean Moulton, aged 23 
years, are desirous to goe to New England, to inhabitt and 
dwell. 

April II, 1637. The examination of RICHARD Carucar, of Strathby, 
in the County of Norfolk, husbandman, aged 60 years, and 
Grace, his wife, aged 40 years, with 2 children, ELIZABETH, 
aged 18 years, and SUSANNA, aged 18 years, being twynes. 
Mo""- 3 servants, ISACKE Hartt, aged 22 years, and Thomas 
Flege, aged 21 years, and one Marable Vnderwood, a 
mayd servant, aged 20 years ; goes all for New England, to 
inhabitt and remaine. 

April nth, 1637. The Examination of Ruth Moulton, of Ormsby, 
in Norff., Singlewoman, aged 20 years, is desirous to pass for 
New England, there to inhabit and dwell. 

April nth, 1637. The examination of Robert Page, of Ormsby, in 
Norfolk, husbandman, aged 33 years, and LucCA, his wife, 
aged 30 years, with 3 children : FRANCES, MARGARET, and 
Susanna, and 2 servants, William Moulton, and Anne 

37—2 



292 ABOUT TO PASS INTO FORRAIGNE PARTS. 

Wadd, the one aged 20 years, and the other aged 15 years ; 
and are all desirous to pass for New England, to inhabit and 
remain. 

April the nth, 1637. The examination of Henry Dowe, ofOrmsby, 
in Norfolk, husbandman, aged 29 years, and JOANE his wife, 
aged 30 years, with 4 children, and one servant Anne Man- 
ING, aged 17 years, and desirous to pass to New England, 
to inhabit. 

April nth, 1637. The examination of ROBERT , singleman, 

is desirous to pass ... 

April nth, 1637. The Examination of Ellen Robensone, of 

desirous to pass to New England, there 



to 



April nth, 1637. The examination of WiLLiAM WILLIAMS, of Great 
Yarmouth, Co. Norfolk, aged 40 years, and Alles, his wife, 

aged 38 years, with 2 children , are desirous 

to goe to New England, to inhabitt 

April nth, 1637. The examination of Elizabeth Willams, of Yar- 
mouth, Co. Norfolk, single woman, aged 3 1 years, is desirous to 
pass into New England, there to inhabit and remain 

April 1 2th, 1637. The examination of Richard Leeds, of Great 
Yarmouth, marriner, aged 32 years ; and JOANE, his wife, aged 
23 years, with one child, are desirous to passe for New England, 
and there to inhabitt and dwell 

April 12, 1637. The examination of Katherine Raby, of Yarmouth, 
a Waterman's widow, aged 6i years, is desirous to pass to 
New England, to remain with her sone. 

April 12, 1637. The examination of Henry Smith, of Newbucknam, 
husbandman, aged 30 years, and Elizabeth, his wife, aged 34 
years, with 2 children, John and SiTHE, are desirous to pass 
to New England, to inhabitt. 



ABOUT TO PASS INTO FORRAIGNE PARTS. 293 

April 13, 1637. The examination of JOHN ROPEAR, of New Bucknam, 
Carpentar, aged 26 years, and Alles, his wife, aged 23 years, 
with 2 children, Alles and Elizabeth, are desirous to goe for 
New England, there to remaine. 



|HESE people went to New England with WILLIAM GooSE, M"'- of 
the Marye Anne, of Yarmouth : — 



May loth, 1637. The examination of Thomas Paine, of Wrentom, in 
Suffolcke, Weaver, aged 50 years, and Elizabeth, his wife, aged 
S3 years, with 6 children, Thomas, John, Marey, Elizabeth, 
Dorothy, and Sarah, are desirous to goe for Salame, in New 
England, to inhabitt .... 

May ID, 1637. The examination of MARGARET Neave, of Great Yar- 
mouth, in Norff., Wydow, aged 58 years, and Rachell Dixon, 
her grandchild, is desirous to passe into New England, to 
inhabitt .... 

May loth, 1637. The examination of Benjamin Cooper, of Bramton, 
in Suffolck, husbandman, aged 50 years, and Elizabeth, his 
wife, aged 48 years, with 5 children, LAWRENCE, Marey, 
Rebecca, Benjemen, and Frances ; Fillingham, his son in 
Law, aged 32 years, Alles, his sister, aged 48 years, and 2 

servants, JOHN KiLiN and Feleaman Dickerson 

are all desirous to go for Salam, in New England, and there to 
inhabitt .... 

May loth, 1637. The examination of Abraham Toppan, of Yarmouth, 
Cooper, aged 31 years, and Susanna, his wife, aged 30 years, 
with 2 children, PETER and ELIZABETH, and one Mayd 
Sarvant, Anne GOODWIN, aged 18 years, are desirous to 
passe to New England, to inhabitt .... 

May iQth, 1637. The examination of William Thomas, of Great 
Comberton in Worstershire, husbandman, singleman, aged 26 
years, is desirous to pass to Exerden, in New England, to 
inhabitt. 



294 ABOUT TO PASS INTO FORRAIGNE PARTS. 

May 10, 1637. The examination of JOHN Thurston, of Wrenton, in 
Suff., Carpentar, aged 30 years, and Margrett, his wife, aged 
32 years, with 2 children, Thomas and JOHN, are desirous to 
pass to New England, to inhabitt .... 

May 1 0th, 1637. The examination of Luce Poyett, of Norwich, Spin- 
ster, aged 23 years, is desirous to passe to New England, there 
to Remaine. 

May ID, 1637. The examination of JOHN BOROWE, of Yarmouth, 
Cooper, aged 28 years, and Anne, his wife, aged 40 years, is 
desirous to pass to Salam, in New England, and there to 
inhabitt. 

May nth, 1637. The examination of William Gault, of Yarmouth, 
Cordwynar, Singleman, aged 29 years, is desirous to passe to 
New England, and there to Remaine. 

May nth, 1637. The examination of JOANE Ames, of Yarmouth, 
widow, aged 50 years, with 3 children, RuTH, aged 18 years, 
William and John, are desirous to pass for New England, and 
there to inhabitt and remain. 

May 1 1, 1637. The Examination of Augsten Cal , Alles, his 

wife, aged 40 years desirous to goe to 

Salam, in New Engl 

May I ith, 1637. The examination of John Darrell, of 

pass into Salam, in New England, and there 

May 1 1, 1637. The examination of John Gedney, of Norwich in Norff., 

Weaver , to pass for New England, 

with his wife, Sarah, aged 25 years , 

Ledia, Hanah, and John, more 2 Sarvantes, William 

Walker, aged , Burge, aged 26 years, 

are desirous to passe for Salam .... 

May II, 1637. The examination of Samuel Aires, of Norwich, an 
aprintes, aged 15 years, is desirous to pass into New England, 
to his Mr., John Baker, as he had apointed him. 



ABOUT TO PASS INTO FORRAIGNE PARTS. 295 

This man was for- \ The examination of John Yonge, of St. Margretts, 

the * Commlfsloiil^ V- Suff., Minister, aged 35 years, and JOAN, his wife, 

Ya^o" ^""^ 3 ^g^'i 34 y^^""^' '^^^th 6 children, John, Thomas, Anne 

Rachell, Marey and Josueph, are desirous to passe 

for Salam, in New England, to inhabitt. 

May 1 2th, 1637. The examination of Samuel Grensild, of Norwich, 
weavear, aged 27 years, and Barbrey, his wife, aged 35 years, 
with 2 children, Marey and Barbrey, and John Teed, his 
Servant, aged 19 years, are all desirous to pass into New 
England, to inhabitt. 

May I2th, 1637. The examination of Thomas Joanes, of Elzing, in 
NorfT., Butcher, Singleman, aged 25 years, is desirous to pass 
into New England, and there to remaine. 

May 13th, 1637. The examination of Thomas Olliver, of Norwich, 
Calinder, aged 36 years, and Marey, his wife, aged 34 years, 
with 2 children, THOMAS and John, and 2 seiYants, Thomas 
DOGED, aged 30 years, and Marey Safe, aged 12 years, are 
desirous to passe for New England, to inhabitt .... 

May isth, 1637. The examination of William Cockram, of Southould, 
in Suff., Marirnar, aged 28 years, and Christen, his wife, aged 
26 years, with 2 children, are desirous to pass to New England, 
to inhabitt .... 



SOUTHAMPTON. 



|ORTAS, SOUTHATON.— A List of the Names of such passen- 
gers as were shipped in the Virgin, of Hampton, of 60 tonnes 
John Weare, M"^- for the Barbadoes, and John de la Have, merchant, 
who have taken the oaths of allegiance and supremacy, the 30 March, 
1639. Viz. — 

Aged. 

17 years. MICHAEL Edmond, of Cramley, co. Southt., husbandman. 

28. Jeremy Robinson, of Singleton, co. Suff., Hoopmaker. 

29. John Vennell, de eod., cordwayner. 

25. Wm. Francis, of Catteryngton, co. Southt., sergwean. 

20. John Wilson, of Glascowe, husbandman. 

20. William Barnes, of Wimborne, co. Southt., shoemaker. 

22. Nicholas Burdin, of Southampton, smith. 

22. Andrew Drudg, of Southampton aforesaid, husbandman. 

27. Abraham Sad, of Southampton fsd., surgewean. 

24. James Barrey, of Dorchester, husbandman. 

16. John Stevens, of Ringwood, co. Southt, husbandman. 

15. Gyles Weekeham, of Bansteed, co. Southt., husbandman. 
18. Peter Woodland, of Southton, Ropemaker. 

16. Richard Shingle, of Bevis Hill, nere Southton. 

17. James Hacker, of Andiver, cou. Southt. 

15. William Tucke, of Husborne, near Andiver fsd. 

30. John Hudlice, of Newport in y= Isle of Wight, taylour. 

16. James Blanche, of the Isle of Wight fsd. 

31. Richard Trodd, of Southstoneham, husbandman. 



EMBARKED FOR THE BARBADOES. 297 

14. Robert Clitson, of Andiver fsd. 

1 2. Henry Harris, of Southton fsd. 

12. William Decke, of Wimbome fsd. 

14. Walter Smalle, of the Isle of Wight fsd. 

12. John Basset, of Christchurch. 

1 1. Robert Bruton, of Andiver fsd. 



|HE Names of such persons as were sworn the 8th of April, and 
passed in the same Shipp. 

Aged. 

29 years. Andrew Bullakir, of Southton, harbor. 

24. Michael Oxford, of Bevis Hill, husbandman. 

24. Robert Maijor, of Southton, chaundeler. 

19, 14. Thomas Gretrick and Richard Warren, servants. 

14. Thomas Turner, under age and not sworn. 

22. Daniel de la Hay, seaman. 

45. John Newman, of Brading, in the Isle of Wight. 

30. Thomas Holmes, of Southton, carrier. 

24. William Cockerell, coun. Staff., taylor. 

24. Henry Dainty, of Bymestre, coun. Dorset, shoemaker. 

25. Henry Prissey, of Hamsteed, co. Berks, clowr. 

26. Gerrart Sister, a former inhabitant there. 
29. Charles Darrall, of Southton, clothworker. 
14. Francis Desart, of Southton. 

14. William Gilbert, of Southton fsd. 
Eight servant Maydes not sworn. 

These, and the former, which pass in this Shipp, were no subsidy men, 
but people and servants of meane condicion. 



38 



298 ABOUT TO EMBARK FOR NEW ENGLAND. 



|HE list of the Names of passengers intended to ship themselves 
in the Bevis, of Hampton, of CI. Tounes, ROBERT BATTEN, M---, 
for New England, and thus by virtue of the Lord Treasurer's Warrant 
of the second of May, which was after the restraynt, and they some 
days gone to sea before the King= Mat"- proclamacon unto Suthton. 

Ages — ^JOHN Frey, of Basing, his wife, 
05 — and 3 children. 

40 — RCHARD Austin, tayler of Bishopstoke, 
05 — his wife and 2 children. 



37 — Christopher Batt, of Sarum, Tanner. \ 
32 — Ann, his wife. J 

20 — Dorothie Batt, there sister, and S children. 
10 and under — under 10 years. 

24 — Thomas Hodd \ 

22 — Eliza Blackston l servants. 

18 — Rebecca Pond ) 



62 — William Carpenter ) ^„ ,, „ 

„ f of Horwell, Carpenters. 

33 — William Carpenter ) 

32 — Abigail Carpenter. 

10 and under — and 4 children. 

14 — Thomas Banshott, servant. 

38 — Annis Littlefeild, and 6 children. 

J ohn Knight, Carpenter "> „ 

Heugh Durdall J 



ABOUT TO EMBARK FOR NEW ENGLAND. 



299 



Ages. 

26 — Henery Byley, of Sarum, tanner. 

22 — Mary Byley. 

Thomas Reeves, servant. 

20 — John Byley. 

4 — Richard Fund, of Newengland. 

35 — Alice Dumk-* 

19 — Tho. Dumk- 

19— joane dumk- 

10 — Jane Dum"- 

29 — Stephen Dum^-, husbandman. 

06 — Dorothy Dum"- 

04 — Richard Dum^- 

02 — Thomas Dum^- 

30 — John Huchinson, Carpenter 

26 — Frances Alcocks, Virg 

19 — Adam Moll, tayler 

22 — Will. Wackfeild 

20 — Nathaniel Parker, of London, Baker. 

18 — Samuel Poore 

14 — Danyell Poore 

20 — Alce Poore 

1 5 — Richard Bayley 

20 — Anne Wackefeild 



> Servants. 



• i. e. "DUMMER." 



3'8— 2 



300 EMBARKED FOR THE BARBADOES. 

|ORTAS, SOUTHTON. 



28 June, 
1639- 

Reginald Allen, of Kent, of 30 years, gent. Gerrard Haugh- 
TON, of 30 years, coun. Oxon, gen., and David Bixe, of 35 years, coun. 
Kane, [or Kent,] gen. free planters of the Barbadoes. 

John Evanson, of the county of Chester, and Thomas Evanson, 
his brother. ANDREW WALLER, of 18 years, coun. Hertf. HUMFREY 
BuRGis, of ig years, coun. Cornwall. John Pethered, of 22 years, in 
the county of York, servants to the planters above named. 

They pass in the Bold Adventure, of Hampton, for the Isle of 
Guernsey, and from thence they take shipping for the Barbadoes, 
who have taken the oath of supremacy. 



THE SOMMER ISLANDS. 



1673— 1679. 



THE SOMMER ISLANDS. 



August 23, 1673. 

IHE Names of the Governor and Council of y° Assembly of 
the Somer Islands. 



J. Heydon, D. G. 



Henry Tucker, senr. 
Richard Wolrich. 
Henry Moore. 
John Hubbard. 
John Wainwright, senr. 
Thomas Wood. 
Jonathan Turner, senr. 
Thomas Lecraift. 
Cornelius White, Secretary. 



Charles Whetenhall, speaker. 
John Bristow, junr. 
Samuel Brangman. 
BoAZ Sharp. 
Thomas Shaw. 
James Farmer. 
John Welch. 
Thomas Stow. 



Edward Sherlock, senr. 
Robert Dickenson. 
Sir George Tucker. 
Thomas Kersey. 
Edward Chaplain. 
George Bascombe. 
William Basden. 
Phillip Lea. 
John Rawlins, senr. 
Nicholas Thornton. 
John Arthur. 
John Stow. 
John Sqire. 
John Hutchins. 
Richard Hanger. 
George Hubbard. 
William Milborn. 
Laurence Dill. 



304 THE SOMMER ISLANDS. 



John Cox. 

John Somersall, senr. 
Richard Jennins. 
Richard Peniston. 
Severn Vicars. 
William Righton, senr. 
Thomas Hall. 
George Ball. 



John Morrice, senr. 
William Burch. 
Thomas Forster. 
Rich°- Mathelin. 
Nathaniel Butterfield. 
Hamond Johnson, Clerk of y' 
Assembly. 



LIST OF PUBLIC LANDS. 



GENERAL LANDS, 
Beginning with St. George's Island. 

I. The Governor holds of the Honble. Company as belonging to his 
place Twelve Shares of the Land att the East End of St. 

acres, roods, perches. 

George's Island, containing by estimate 300 — — 
viz., in the occupation of — 

David Stoakes, p. estimacon.., i share. 

Joseph Goodfaith „ i share. 

John Mills ., i share. 

John Mills „ , oj share. 

John Bedwell „ \\ „ 

Robert Powell „ i „ 

Cornelius Evans, Matthew Norman, 1 . t^ 

and Roger Browne, p. estimat / 

Alexander Smith, „ i „ 

John Welsh, John Bristowe Marshall, Roger Bayley, 

Hannah Holloway, Edward Middleton, Thomas 

Shaw, John Hunt. These seaven hold by Estimat.... 2 shares. 
The residue of these twelve shares are in the occupaton of the 

Governo^ himselfe. 



THE SOMMER ISLANDS. 3°S 

acres, roods, perches. 

2. Gleabe in the Tenure of M"^- Sam'-'- Smith, the present 

Minister there, two shares, containing p.Estimacon 50-00-00 

3. The Sheriff, M-'-JOHN NiCHOLLS, as belonging to his 

office, four shares of Land, containing p. Estimacon 100-00-00 

4. The Secretary, M"'- Henrv Tucker, as belonging to 

his office, holds of the Hon'''=- Company 2 shares, 

containing p. Estimacon 50-00-00 

5. M""' John Vaughan holdeth by Lease from M"'- Cas- 

well, of the Compy Lands, i share, containing 

p. Estimat 25-00-00 

6. Leiftennt Edward Brackley holdeth of the Hon''i=- 

Compy , at Will, 2 shares, containing p. Estimat. . 50-00-00 

7. M""' John Bristowe, Marshall, holdeth of the 

Hon"'- Company as belonging to his office, 2 

shares, containing p. Estimacon 50-00-00 

8. M-"- Stalvers holdith of the Hontf' Compyas 

belonging to the ferry, 2 shares, containing p. 

estimat ; 50-00-00 

Sum 27 shares. 
But the whole Island (as formerly measured) contains 706 acres, that 
is 28 shares and 6 acres. 



The Small Islands near Saint Georges. 

9. Two Islands against the East of Saint George's, lying 

comon, conts 05 - 00 - 06 

10. Padgett's fort, whereof Captain Francis Tucker is 

Commander, with the Island whereon it stands, 
sometimes called Peniston's Island, and a tene- 
ment or dwelling House there in the occupation of 
Leiftennt. Jonathan Stoakes, as belonging to 
the fort, cont 31- i -18 



3o6 THE SOMMER ISLANDS. 

acres, roods, perches. 

1 1. Smith's fort, whereof Captain GODHEARD AsSER is 

Commander the Island, cent 00-2-30 

1 2. Smith's Island, in the Tenure of Captain GODHEARD 

AsSER, from the Hon"=- Corny , as commander of 

Smith's fort, cont 61 - 2 - 10 

13. An Island called Hen Island, near the West End of 

Smith's Island, lying in Comon, and cont= 03 - i - 04 

14. A small Island Lyeing between Hen Island foresaid 

and Smith's Island, Lyeing in Comon, and cont. .00-1-20 

15. Longberd Island, in the tenure or occupation of 

James Stirrop and Ralph Wright, Weavers, 

which they hold of the Hon'''=- Compy , containing .46-2-06 

16. Conny Island, lyeing at Burntpoint, in the occupation 

of !!/[■■■ Henry Salvers, containing 14-3-02 

16. Certain Small Islands in the towne Harbours MuUett 
Bay and towards Burntpoint, about ten in number. 
Containing by estimacon 0.2 - 00 - 00 



Sume of all these Islands lyeing ) - , 

^ ^\ 165 02 16 
near St. Georges ) 



David's Island, and first the Eastern part thereof, which is 
called the Companyes lands there. 

17. Captain FRANCIS Tucker, Commander of Padgett's 
fort, holdeth of the Honble. Compy a parcel of 
land near David's head, in the occupation of his 
Leiftennt, Jonathan Stokes 



18. Item, another parcel there, in the occupation of John 
Hurt, both parcels lyeing together, and Contain- 
ing p, Estimacon 60-00-00 



THE SOMMER ISLANDS. 307 

Tjfl. __ , . . . - acres, roods, perches. 

19. Miles Higgs holdeth of the Hon'''=' Company, i 

share, contg. p. Estimacn 25-00-00 

20. Hugh Harding holdeth of the Hon"=- Compy, 

I share, contg. by Estimat 25 -00-00 

21. William Allin holds aforesaid, i share, cont. p. 

Estimat 25-00-00 

22. Cap'- Richard Jennings, of Smith's Tribe, Com- 

mander of Southampton fort, holds of the Hon''''- 
Compy as belonging to the fort, and in the occu- 
pation of John Grazburv and Randall Davis, 
p. Estimat. 2 shares of land, containing 50-00-00 

23. Leiftennt. Tho. Hilton holds of the Hon"'- Compy , 

2 shares, containing 50 - 00 - 00 

24. Robert Burgher holds as aforesaid, p. Estimat. 

I share cont 25-00-00 

25. Leift. Edward Brangman holds as aforesaid, p. 

Estimat. i share containing 25-00 00 

26. William Bell holds of the Hon'''=' Compy two par- 

cells of land, namely one parcell on the South side, 
Cont. by estimacon 13 acres, and another parcel 
on the North side next the Bay, Cont. p. estimat. 
12 acres ; both parcells cont. p. estimacon 25-00-00 

The Sume of the lands in St. David's, ) ^10-00-00 
called the Companies J 

Rec^-zoth March, 1684. 

39—2 



3o8 THE SOMMER ISLANDS. 



A true Account of all the Poublique Lands and little Islands 
that are inhabited in Summer Islands, with the tenants 
names as followith : — 

shares. 

To the Governor, shares 12 

To the Sheriff 04 

To the Secretary 02 

To the Marshall 02 

To the Cap'- of King's Castle 04 

To the other 3 forts 06 

To the ferry Keeper 02 

to the five Gleabes is 10 



lands upon rent 42 



lbs. tobacco. 

To Miles Higgs for the rent of i share of land, is 050 

To William Aallen „ „ 050 

To Hugh Harden „ „ 050 

To Thomas Hilton „ „ 050 

To Samuel RoDANiE „ „ 050 

To Robert Burthen „ „ 050 

To Widdow Branisman „ „ 050 

To William Bell the rent of part of a share is 030 

To Mrs. Brackley, the rent of 2 sha. is 100 

To Joseph and Henry More, the rent of 2 sha. is 160 

To the rent of Trunck Island, is 010 

To the rent of Cooper's Island, is 040 

To the rent of Longberd Island, is 080 

To the rent of Left Rivers Island, is 060 

To the rent of Henry Morgan's Island, is 040 

To the rent of Nath. Cunyard's Island, is 040 



THE SOMMER ISLANDS. 309 

lbs. tobacco. 

To the rent of Old Ward's Island, is 040 

To the rent of Tho. Ward's Island, is 010 

To the rent of Phillip Dunscombe Island, is 130 

To the rent of Wm. Perman's Island, is ,. 004 

To the rent of Lazarus Owen's Island, is 050 



Summa is 1044 



Expenses. 
The publique Charge of the Islands the last year, was 5,998""'' 
of Tobacco. 

Somer Islands, i/^tk April, 1679. 



MONMOUTH'S REBELLION OF 1686. 



LISTS OF THE "CONVICTED REBELS" SENT TO 
BARBADOES, AND OTHER HER MA'^^. PLAN- 
TATIONS IN AMERICA. 



MONMOUTH'S REBELLION OF 1685. 



LISTS of the " CONVICTED REBELS" sent to Barbadoes, 
and other Her Ma"''- Plantations in America. 



Som's. 



ECEIPT for one hundred Prisoners, to be transported from 
Taunton, by JOHN RoSE of London, Merchant 



Daniell Rutter. 
Jeremiah Poole. 
John Baker. 
Robert Pearce. 
Leonard Staple. 
Edward Kent. 
Charles Bennett. 
John Parsons. 
John Gibbs. 
John Bryer. 
Thomas Goold. 
John Hartey. 
William Pitts. 
James Webb. 
Nicholas Collins, Jun''- 
Richard King. 
Emanuell Marchant. 
William Marchant. 
John Slade. 



Samuel Bond. 
John Rogers. 
Bernard Loveridge. 
Percival Nowis. 
William Saunders. 
William Veiyard. 
Henry Chambers. 
Thomas Rowsewell. 
Mathew Cooke. 
John Crane. 
Charles Bureage. 
William Ley. 
John Robins. 
Luke Porter. 
Thomas Preist. 
Cornelius Radford 
Phillip Cheeke. 
Robert Earle. 
John Mogridge. 



40 



314 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 



Henry Randall. 
James Maynard. 
John Culverwell. 
George Trubbs. 
Sylvester Lyde. 
William Phelpes. 
Elias Lockbeare. 
Sylvester Poole. 
Thomas Moore. 
Lawrence Preist. 
William Gould. 
Henry Preist. 
Enock Gould. 
John Bennett. 
John Baker. 
Samuel Mountstephen. 
Thomas Buglar. 
Stephen Jeffreys. 
John Morse. 
William Scurrier. 
John England. 
Jacob Powell. 
John Godsall. 
John Andrews. 
Samuel Sweeting. 
George Rowsell. 
Edward Bellamy. 
William Crosse. 
Jonas Brownk 
John Crosse. 
Christopher Knight. 



Thomas Meade. 
John Needes. 
Thomas Pitts. 
Robert Richards. 
Christopher Row. 
Mathew Craft, Jun--- 
Richard Piercy. 
John Miller. 
George Snow. 
Samuell Collins. 
John Cockram. 
James Cockram. 
Christopher Hoblyn. 
John Marwood. 
John Timothy. 
Thomas Austin. 
Moses Osborne. 
Walter Hucker. 
Randall Babington. 
John Knight. 
Job Hunt. 

William Woodcock e. 
John Adams. 
Thomas Pomfrett. 
James Patten. 
Thomas Bambury. 
James Clift. 
Thomas Chamberlayne. 
Humfrey Justine. 
ISACK Dyer. 
Richard Symms. 



Received, according to His Majestie's Order, the Warrant from the 
Lord Chief Justice, with a Schedule thereunto annexed, of one hundred 
persons attainted of High treason, which are by John Rose, Merchant, 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 



315 



to be transported into his Majestie's Island of Barbadoes, or other His 
Majestie's Plantations in America, according to a Condicon of a Recog- 
nizance entered into here for that purpose. In Witness whereof I have 
hereunto put my hand, this 12th day of Otcober, in the 1st year of his 
Majestie's reign, ano dni. 1685. 

Witnesses hereunto, John Rose. 

Robert Hyde. 
Giles Clarke. 



M-- Rose's LIST. 



INVOICE of Sixty Eight Men servants, shipped on board Cap'. 
Charles Gardner, in y=- Jamaica Merchant, for account of 
M'- John Rose & Compy , they being to be sold for ten years, their 
Names as foUoweth — Viz. — 



Age. 

Isaac Dyer, 25 years. 

James Webb, 18 

William WooDCOKE 19 

HuMFREY Justin 17 

Richard Pearcy 20 

James Cockram 21 

Daniel Rutter 20 

James Clift 20 

XOPHER HOLBIN 40 

Thomas Pitt 18 

John Timothy 29 

Enoch Gould 15 

Jeremiah Poole 30 

James Scurrier 22 

Emanuel Marchant 20 

Edward Bellamy 27 

John Godsall 25 

George Ronsell 30 



Trade. 

Comber. 

Hosbanman. 

Comber. 

ditto. 

ditto. 

ditto. 
. Serge Weaver. 
Weaver, 
ditto. 
Comber. 
Riben Weaver. 
Weaver. 
Clothier. 
Weaver. 
Plowman. 
Carpenter. 
Boucher. 
Woole Comber. 



3i6 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 



Age. 

Thomas Gould 35 years. 

Luke Porter 20 „ . 

John Mageridge 23 „ . 

John Cross 18 „ . 

John Rogers 38 „ . 

Robert Richards 28 „ . 

James Maynard 22 „ . 

Robert Pearce 25 „ . 

Nicholas Collings 20 „ . 

John GiBBs 19 „ . 

Thomas Meade 22 „ . 

Richard Simons 33 „ . 

John Cockram 18 „ . 

Bernard Loveridge 22 „ . 

Robert Earle 24 „ , 

Samuel Bond 20 „ , 

Percifull Newes 23 „ 

William Lee 20 „ , 

William Phillip 26 „ , 

SiLviSTER Poole 24 „ , 

Edward Kent 19 „ . 

William Sanders 19 „ . 

Cornelius Radford 20 „ 

Charles Burrage 25 „ . 

JoBE Hunt 26 „ . 

Leonard Staples 20 „ . 

John Slade 25 „ . 

Jonas Browne 20 „ . 

John Baker 35 „ . 

Phillip Checke 16 „ . 

Thomas Preist 20 „ . 

William Verryard 15 „ . 

Mathew Cooke 21 „ . 

Mathew Craft 19 „ . 

John Baker 25 „ . 



Trade. 
Taylor. 

Shoemaker. 

Weaver. 

Plowman. 

Clothier. 

Tayler. 

Plowman. 

Clothier. 

Weaver. 

Plowman. 

Plouer. 

Weaver. 

Comber. 

Sope boyler. 

Plowman. 

Serge Weaver. 

Hatter. 

Plowman. 

Plowman. 

Boucher. 

Clothier. 

Wever. 

Comber. 

Carrier. 

Plowman. 

Serge Weaver. 

Plowman. 

Serge Weaver. 

Plowman. 

Serge Weaver. 

Carpenter. 

Plowman. 

Weaver. 

Mason. 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 



317 



John Chamberlaine 

Silvester Lyde 25 

John Bruer 25 

George Trubbs 28 

William Pitts 28 

Richard King 18 

John Andrews 25 

John Miller 35 

Henry Preist 22 

George Snow 19 

Elias Lockebear' 18 

Xtopher Row 34 

Henry Chamber 25 

Thomas Aaustin 25 



Age. Trade. 

20 years Shoomaker. 

Boucher. 



Mason. 

Plowman. 

Wollecomber. 

Plowman. 

Woolecomber. 

Plowman. 

ditto. 
Commer. 
Tanner. 
Weaver. 
Wollcomer. 
Mercer. 



^tk December, 1685. 

The men whose names are contained in the within written list, as 
shipt upon the account of JOHN RoSE and Company, on Board the 
Jamaica Merchant, to be landed and disposed of in Barbados, or 
Jamaica. 

John Rose. 



RECEIPT for one hundred Prisoners on M'^- Nepho's Account, 
to be sent to Barbadoes. 



Prisoners in Dorc/iester Gaole to be transported. 



John Moggeridge. 
Thomas Quick. 
Nicholas Salter. 
Francis Smith. 
Richard Green. 
William Mathews. 



John Facy. 
William Greenway. 
Richard Daniel. 
Peter Kent. 
Christopher Jewell. 
Abraham Thomas. 



3i8 



LISLS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 



John Baker. 

Samuel Pinson. 

Robert Clarke. 

George Ebdon. 

Samuel Dolebeer. 

Benjamin Whitker. 

John Whitker. 

John Hitchcott. 

Thomas Forcey. 

Wm. Gyles. 

Joseph Gage. 

Robert Mullens. 

Roger Bryant. 

Charles Broughton. 

Richard Parker. 

John Hayne. 

John Connett. 

Barnard Lowman. 

John Heathfeald. 

Edward Venn. 

Richard Pine. 

Thomas Pester, not found there, 

and so not delivered to me. 
John Sam. 
Henry Simes. 
Wm. Deale. 



Wm. Haynes. 

Thomas Franklyn. 

William Guppy. 

Malachi Mallocke, taken out of 

my custody for a witness. 
AZARIAS Pinney, being witness 

sent away to Bristol. 
John Bovett. 
Robert Sandy. 
Thomas Dolling. 
Edward Marsh. 
John Easemond. 
John Vincent. 
Alan England. 
Robert Vater. 
John Frew. 
Oliver Hobbs. 
Philip Cox. 
Peter Ticken. 
Wm. Clarke. 
Walter Osborne. 
Richard Hoare. 
Robert Feare. 
Daniell Parker. 
Pr. Bagwell. 



Prisoners in Exeter Goale to bee transported. 



Abraham Hunt. 
Christopher Cooper. 
Edmund Bovett. 
John Follett. 



Peter Bird. 
John Kemplyn. 
Walter Teape. 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 



319 



Prisoners at 

John Joliffe. 
Robert Peirce. 
John Dodds. 
Henry Pittman. 
Nathaniell Beaton. 
Peter Cardylion. 
Wm. Biggs. 
Wm. Pittman. 
John Cooke. 
John Harcombe. 
John Collins. 
Nathaniel Stamderwick. 
Richard Dyke. 
John Denham. 
Abraham Gooden. 
John Mead. 
John Brice. 



Wells to be transported. 
Andrew Helcombe. 
John Hooper. 
Thomas Venner. 
Laurence Coswell. 
Thomas Chyn. 
Samuel Weaver. 
Robert Batt. 
John Hooper. 
John Goald. 
John Cooke. 
John Johnson. 
John Willis. 

Richard Nash, als Lyllant. 
John Foot. 
John Reeves. 
John Gill, junr. 



Received according to his Majesties directions the Warrant from y= 
Lord Cheife Justice, w"^ a schedule thereunto annexed, of one hun- 
dred persons attainted of High treason, which are by JEROME NiPHO, to 
be transported into some of His Majesties Plantations in America, ac- 
cording to a Condicon of a recoginzance entered into by me for that 
purpose. In Witness whereof I have hereunto putt my hand the six 
and twentieth day of September, In the first year of his now Majesties 
reign, Ano. Dni. 1685. 

George Penne. 
Witness, Charles White. 

Robert Hyde. 
Sam^-- Gee. 



320 LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 



CERTIFICATE of Mr. Nepho's landed at Barbados. 

LIST of the Convicted Rebells put on board the Betty, of Lon- 
don, at the port of Weymouth in the County of Dorsett, James 
May, Comander, and is according to Bill of Ladeing by him signed, 
bound for the Island of Barbados. Viz. — 

\This list is similar to tJie one on p. 317, excepting the following names 
not given tJiet'e ] : — 



William Madder. 
John Hill. 
Robert Fann. 



And one servant woman, by name 
Susanna Toleman. 



The Bill of Mortality of the said Rebells that dyed since they were 
reed, on Board, and were thrown overboard out of the said Ship, are 
these, viz., December the sixteenth, Thomas Venner ; Seaventeenth, 
William Guppy ; Eighteenth, John Willis ; Nineteenth, Edward 
Venn, the same day PHILLIP Cox ; one and Twentieth, ROBERT 
Vawter ; five and twentieth, William Greenway ; January the first, 
Peter Bird. 

Witnessed by the Comander March'^- and officers of the said ship 
this Eighth day of January, 1685. 

John May. 
John Penne. 
John Maddison. 
Gabriell Whithorn. 
Malcolm Eraser. 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 321 

Barbados. 

By the Hon'"'- the Lieu'' Governor. 

Captain James May, Commander of the ship Betty, John 
Penne March'^-, John Maddison, Mate, Gabriell Whithorne, 
Boatswaine, and Malcolm Fraser, D'cor., of said shipp, personally- 
appeared before mee, and made oath on the Holy Evangelists of 
Almighty God, that the within servants or convicted Rebells, by the 
said May taken in at the Port of Weymouth, in the county of Dorset, 
are the very same convicted Rebells that were delivered to, and by the 
said Way brought in the said ship to the Island, and that they were all 
of them here landed, and delivered to M'^- Charles Thomas and 
Company, factors to Jerom Nepos, or his assigns, Except eight of them 
which dyed on board the said ship in the voyage, and buried in the sea 
whose names are mentioned in the within Bill of Mortallity. Given 
under my hand this 8th day of January, 1685. 

A true Copy, attested this ninth ") 

, r t ^o \ Edwyn Stede 

day of January, 1083. ) 

Jn°- Whetstone, Dep'y- Secr'y- 



Warrant for Delivery of Rebells Convict to Mr. Nepho. 

AuG^- Ss., 

Whereas the severall persons whose names are conteyned in 
a Schedule hereunto annexed remainn now in yo'^- custody, being 
attainted of High treason, for leavying Warr against his Sacred 

Jeffreys. Majestic under the late Duke of Monmouth, before mee, and 
other his Majestie's Justices of Oyer and Terminer for this 
Western Circuit ; and whereas his Majestic has been pleased to 
signify to me his Royall pleasure of his gratious intentions to 
extend his mercy to the said persons, and to pardon them their 
lives upon Condicion of transportation into some of his Majestie's 
plantations beyond the seas ; and for that purpose the said 

41 



322 LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 

persons should be delivered to JEROME Nepho, or order, he 
having allready, pursuant to his Majesties comands, entered 
into a Recognizance for their safe and speedy transportacon 
into his Majestie's Plantations beyond the seas, according to 
his Royall directions, and is alsoe oblidged to discharge you 
and all your officers & ministers from further trouble, and the 
Country from further charge, relating to the said persons, Wfithin 
tenn days after the date of these presents, and upon such other 
conditions as his Majestic has required. 

These are, therefore, in His Majestie's name, to will and require 
you forthwith, upon sight hereof, to deliver unto the said JEROME 
Nepho, or his order, the said severall persons in the said schedule named, 
in order to their transportacon aforesaid, and you are hereby directed to 
take a receipt from the person or persons to whom you shall deliver the 
said prisoners, Pursuant to this order, of the Receipt of them, and for so 
doing this shall be your Warrant. 

Given under my hand and seal this present 25*- day of Sep- 
tember, in the first year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord 
King James, &c. Anno. Dni. 1685. 

To the High Sheriff of the Counties^ 

of Dorset, Devon, and Somerset, 

and to his and their Deputies, 

and all other officers whome 
, these may concerne. 



I 



!^ 



A true Copy, attested this 9th day 
of January, 1685. 
J NO. Whetstone, Dep'y- Secr'y- 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 



21-21 



LIST* of Seaventy two Rebells by his Majesties Mercy granted 
to Gerome Nepho, to be transported to this Island by the 
Betty, James May, Master, received by CHARLES THOMAS and John 
Penne, by order of GEORGE Penne, Esq., being the Order of JEROME 
Nepho. 



Masters. 

Richard Walters 



Michael Child 



Thomas Gibbs 

Richard Cheesman ... 
Capt. John Sutton ... 
Capt. Robt. Harrison 

William Chester, Esq. 



Rebells. 

William Biggs. 
William Hayne. 
William Deale. 
Edmond Bovett. 



Samuel Weaver. 
Rob""- Mullins. 
William Giles. 
Daniel Parker. 
John Facy. 



John Easman. 
Henry Sims. 



John Collins. 



Joseph Gaich. 
John Follett. 



Thomas Dollen. 



[* The names of the "Rebels" in this List have been given in "A Receipt for loo Prisoners 
on Mr. Nepho's Account," on page 317 of this work, but it was deemed advisable to print the 
following second list, made on their arrival in the Barbadoes, because of its including the names 
of the Ma.^ters to whom they were sold. The variation in the orthography of the two lists has 
been alluded to in our Introduction.] 

41 2 



324 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 



Masters. 

Capt. John Gibbs , 



Nicholas Maynard 



John Smart 



John Chace 

Thomas Berresford 

Thomas Pearce 



Peter Flewilling , 



Rebecca Beal 



Bonnalias Chater 

L"^- CoLLC-"- Richard Vinter 

Thomas Holdman 

William Marchant 



Rebells. 

Lawrence Casewell. 
John Foot. 
Rich"- Pine. 



Peter Bagwell. 
John Heathfield. 



John Hercombe. 
John Reeves. 
John Dodds. 



Richard Parker. 



Edward Marsh. 

John Sams. 

Nathaniell Standericke. 



Thomas Francklyn. 
John Cooke. 



Robert Clarke. 
Andrew Halkom. 
John Frew. 
Samuell Pinson. 



John Gill. 
Christopher Jewell. 
Richard Nash. 
Thomas Pestor. 



Benjamin Whitker. 



John Haynes. 
Thomas Faurcey. 



Robert Peirce. 



Samuell Dolbeare. 
John Connett. 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 



325 



Masters. 

John Shahany 



Ralph Lane. 



C OLL^- John Waterman 

Christopher Williams 

Mathew Chapman 

Thomas Prothers 

Thomas Austin 

Elizabeth Foster 

Thomas Linton 

John Goldingham 

Capt. John King 

Daniel Deusbury 

Major George Bushell 

Edward Henley 

Richard Scott 

John Jackman 

Charles Thomas and Company . 



Rebells. 

Oliver Hobbs. 



Robert Foane. 
Nicolas Salter. 
Abraham Thomas. 
Thomas Quicke. 
John Baker. 
William Clarke. 



Allen England. 



Richard Green. 



Richard Hoare. 
Peter Kent. 



John Hitchcocke. 



John Mogeridge. 



Roger Bryant. 



Robert Sandy. 



John Vincent. 
Charles Braughton. 



Francis Smith. 



Abraham Hunt. 



Abraham Godding. 



Pettar Cordelion. 



John Whitker. 
Christopher Cooper. 
John Bovett. 
Richard Daniell. 



326 LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 



Masters. 



Robert Bishopp 



Hester Foster 



Rebells. 

Henry Pitman. 
William Pittman. 



John Kemplin. 



Wm. Mader, dead. 



CERTIFICATE of the disposal of the Rebells sent by 

Mr. Nepho. 

Barbados. 

By the R'- Hon*''=- the Lieu'- Governor, M''- CHARLES THOMAS 
and M''- John Penny, factors for Jerome Nepho, Esq., to whom the 
within convicted Rebells mentioned in this list, were consigned, personally- 
appeared before me, and made oath on the Holy Evangelists of Almighty 
God, that the said Rebells were delivered them out of the ship Betty, of 
London, whereof James May is Comander, and were all of them by the 
said Thomas and Penny sold and disposed of to the severall persons 
menconed in the said list. Except one of the said Rebells, by name 
William Madder, that dyed on shore since the arrivall of the said 
Ship. Given under my hand the first day of February, 1685. 

Edwyn Stede. 
A true Copy attested this second day of 

February, 1685. 

JN°- Whetstone, Dep'- Secr^- 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 



327 



|IR WILLIAM BOOTH'S Receipt for the prisoners within-named 
on the Account of James Kendall, Esq., to be sent to 



Barbados. 



Prisoners in Dorchester Gaole to be transported. 



Edward Luther. 
John Downe. 
Benjamin Crowe. 
Thomas Bennett. 
John Fisher. 
John Manning. 
Robert Lumbard. 
William Madford. 
Richard Keech. 
George Plumley. 
Thomas Allen. 
John Reason. 
John Speering. 
Mathew Porter. 
Robert Spurnay. 
John Edwards. 
John Hardiman. 
Barnard Bryant. 
John Winifie. 
John White. 
James Pomeroy. 
Robert Shale. 
Thomas Hoare. 
Peter Row. 
John Loveridge. 
Elias Stephens. 
John Bridle. 
Thomas Parsons. 
Nicholas Palmer. 



Thomas Williams. 
Mathew Hutchins. 
Nicholas Smith. 
Emanuell Collins. 
Roger Hoebs, 
John Guy. 
Joseph Hallett. 
Nathaniel Webber. 
Edward Moreton. 
James Salter. 
William Loveridge. 
Ambrose Ashford. 
Roger French. 
Nicholas Warren. 
William Will^- 
John Pryor. 
Wm. Tucker. 
Wm. Browne. 
Samuel Lawrence. 
John Hutchins. 
Wm. Clarke. 
John Browne. 
Robert Burridge. 
Henry Tucker. 
Thomas Burridge. 
John Allambridge. 
Thomas Cornelius, 
Humphry Moleton. 
Edward Willmott. 



328 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 



Wm. Williams. 
Thomas Marshall. 
Richard Paul. 
Joseph Paul. 
Hugh Willmott. 
John Johnson. 
Richard Allen. 
John Pitts. 
Stephen Gammage. 
Andrew Rapson. 
Wm. Cozens. 
Thomas Townsend. 
Jasper Dyamond. 
Thomas Gregory. 
John Allen. 
Robert Hellyer. 
Thomas Allen. 
Thomas Best. 
Thomas Hellyer. 
John Long. 
William Bennett. 



John Markes. 
John Mitchell. 
John Madders. 
Thomas Hallett. 
John Alston. 
George Macy. 
John Pinny. 
Charles Strong. 
Wm. Foode. 
Wm. Saunders. 
James Spence. 
John Wilson. 
Edward Adams. 
John Adams. 
Arthur Lush. 
John Hutchins. 
Thomas Bovett. 
John Truren. 
James Fowler. 
John White. 
Francis Langbridge. 



Rec"^- according to His Majesties directions the Warrant from the 
Lord Chief Justice, with a schedule thereunto annexed of one 
hundred persons attainted of High Treason, which are by James Ken- 
dall, Esq., to be transported into His Majesties Island of Barbados or 
other His Majesties plantations in America, according to a Condition of 
a Recognizance entered into by me for that purpose. In Witness 
whereof I have hereunto putt my hand this five and twentieth day 
of September, In the first year of his now Majesties reign, Ano. Dni. 
1685. 

Will. Booth. 
Wittness hereunto, 

Sam'-- Gee. 
Robert Hyde. 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 329 

CERTIFICATE of the disposal! of Capt. Kendall's Rebells. 

Barbadoes. 
I^ral LIST of Ninety Rebells by the Happy Return, of Pool, Capt. 
I^mI Roger Wadham, Comander, with the names of the Masters to 
whom they were disposed of, by the Hon"'' COLLO'-'- JOHN Hallett & 
Company, for account of SiR William Booth and Captain James 
Kendall. December, 1685. 



'Collonel John Hallett. 



Servants' names. Masters' names. 

Benjamin Crow 

John Guy 

John Alstone 

William Brown 

Edward Willmott Peter Flewellin. 

Richard Allen William Lowgar, Esq. 

John Brown Benjamin Bord. 

Elias Stevens Capt. John Stewart. 

William Clarke 1 

William Wills l,",„.^-nr„ i,t 

>Capt. William Marshall. 
James Pomrey 

Edward Morton J 

James Salter Agnis Fenton. 

John Edwards Capt. Mathew Haviland. , 

James Fowler "1 

Thomas Cornelius ^Collo"-"- John Farmer. 

Robert Spurney j 

Thomas Townsend "i _ _ 

TT \ Capt. Tobias Frere. 

John Hugens J 

Nathaniel Webber ) 

T T „„^„,,.^^ ( William Weaver. 

John Loveridge ) 

John Speering Major Glorge Lillington. 

Thomas Hallett Coll. Samuel Titcomb. 

Jasper Diamond Richard Harwood, Esq. 

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33° 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 



I Major John Johnson 



^CoLLO'-'- Richard Williams. 



Servants' names. Masters' names. 

William Williams 

Robert BuRRiDGE j 

Peter Row ■) ^^ ^ 

^ ., V Hester Foster. 

Francis Langbridge j 

John Wilson Stephen Gibbs. 

Nicholas Smith Hugh Williams. 

William Cossens Ralph Fretwell. 

John Adams ■> , „ 

Edward Adams } James Thorpe. 

Thomas Bovett Phillip Fousher. 

Thomas Allen :.... 

Robert Hellier 

Samuel Lawrence 

John Pitts 

Thomas Hellier 

John Fisher 

John Alambridge 

Thomas Hoar 

Arthur Lush 

John Prior 

John Long 

William Madford 

Thomas Allen 

Richard Keatch 

William Tucker 

Stephen Gamadge 

John White 

John Madders 

Emanuel Collins 

Mathew Porter 

George Plumley 

Thomas Williams 

John Manning 



-Richard Lintot. 



^Nicholas Prideaux. 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 



331 



^JOHN HeTHERSELL, Esq. 



John Burston. 



Capt. George Terwight. 



Sampson. 



Servants' names. . Masters' names. 

John Jackson 

Andrew Rapson .... 

Thomas Burridge . 

Thomas Bennett . 

Henry Tucker .... 

Barnard Bryant . 

Thomas Best 

Thomas Marshall. 

Hugh Willmott.... 

John Bridle 

John Hardman John How. 

Nicholas Palmer 

John Penny 

Charles Strong.. 

Edward Luther , 

,1. ^ ^collo'-'-- jno. 

William Sanders f •' 

John Reason 

John Mitchell .. 

Thomas Parsons.. 

James Spence 

John Allin 

Joseph Paul 

Thomas Gregory 

Richard Paul 

John Hutchins ' John Haywood. 

Mathew Hutchins Thomas Hayse. 

Humfrey Moulton ) 

Ambrose Ashford \ Capt. Walter Scot. 

George Masey ; 

Roger Hobbes Capt. Robert Harrison. 

John Donne Stephen Devorax. 

John Witte #'1 

f Ri 



>Capt. John Parnell. 



Robert Lambert J 



Lichard Adamson. 



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332 ZISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 

Barbados. 

By the R'- Hon''''- the L'- Governor. 

Mr. John Browne, one of the factors for Sir William 
Booth, Knt., to whom the above and within Convicted Rebells men- 
tioned in this list were consigned, severally appeared before me, and 
made oath on the Holy Evangelists of Almighty God that they were 
delivered him and Company out of the ship Happy Return, of Pool, 
Captain Roger Wadham, Comander, and were all of them by him 
and Company sold and disposed of here to the severall persons men- 
tioned in said list. Given under my hand, the 8th day of January, 1685. 

Edwyn Stede. 
A true Copy, attested this 9th day of Jany., 1685. 

JNO. Wetstone, Dept. Sec'-'y- 



IIR WILLIAM BOOTH'S LIST of Prisoners sent to 
Barbados. 

Siiinmcrsett Shire. 

William Drew, of Bridgwater. 
John Seamen, of Chilton. 
William Smith, of Road. 
William Hall, of Cheard. 
Justinean Guppy, of Tanton. 
George Carrew, of Bridgwater. 
Thomas Dennis, of Bridgwatei-. 
Ambrose Winter, of West Buckland. 
Thomas Galehamton, of West Zoyland. 
William Daw, of Tanton. 
Henry Gibbons, of Tanton. 
Robert Easton, of Tanton. 
George Micell, of Bridgwater. 
Daniel Pumrey", of Tanton. 
Edward Counsell, of Allerton. 
John Wall, of Bridgwater. 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 333 

John Leake, of Hunspill. 
Edward Vildy, of Tanton. 
Robert Teape, of Bridgwater. 
Joseph Wilkinson, of Burnam. 
Jeremiah Atkins, of Tanton. 
Samuel Boone, of Tanton. 
John Buston, of Milverton. 
John Walters, of Tanton. 
Robert Sease, of Tanton. 
George Mullins, of Tanton. 
Thomas Brocke, of Tanton. 
Robert Seaman, of Tanton. 
Lawrence Hussey, of Wellington. 
William Tiverton, of Bridg^^ater. 
George Warren, of Milverton. 
Robert Coward, of Road. 
John Chafpell, of Petherton. 
William Burrows, of Corfe. 
William Haynes, of Beckington. 
George Keele, of Chilton. 
Stephen Rodeway, of Frome. 
Henry Quant, of Tanton. 
William Mead, of Bridgwater. 
Thomas Gamage, of Tanton. 
James Baker, of Milverton. 
Humphrey Pope, of Tanton. 
John Warrin, of Milverton. 
Joseph Vinicot, of Bridgwater. 
Henry Mire, of Bridgwater. 
John Harris, of Hunspill. 
Francis Came, of Hunspill. 
Richard Stephens, of North Carre. 
George Nowell, of Tanton. 
Morris Fusse, of Milverton. 
James Hillman, of Milverton. 



334 LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 

John Stoodly, of Trent. 

William Barnard, of Hust. 

Bartholomew Randell, of West Coter. 

John Rodgers, of Mackington. 

Robert Mitchell, of Illton. 

Jonas Crosse, of CuUington. 

Richard Allen, of Creech. 

Thomas Midleton, of Tanton. 

Richard Bickham, of Dosin. 

John Budge, of Cheard. 

Robert Paul, of Illton. 

Osmond Reade, of Tanton. 

John Burges, of Tanton. 

William Parker, of Tanton. 

John Farmer, of Tanton. 

Abraham Pollard, of Cheard. 



Devonshire. 

Timothy Hawker, of Thome Combe. 
John Mitchell, of Thome Combe. 
John Bagg, of Thorne Combe. 
William Smith, Junior, of Uppertre. 
Micell Powell, of Neath Glomorging. 
William Walters, of Membery. 
HUMPHERY Trump, of West Sanford. 
John Bartlett, of Pitmisser. 
John Chilcot, of Tiverton. 
William Harvey, of Memre. 
William Hutchings, of Uppertre. 
John Smith, of Hunington. 
John Clode, of Uppertre. 
John Cantlebury, of Sanford Pofrin. 
Richard Wadham, of Froome. 
William Woolridge, of Tiverton. 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 335 

Dorsett Shire. 

Simon Pool, of Bemister. 
William Combe, of Broad Winser. 
Richard Edgar, of Mosterton. 
William Phippin, of High Church. 
John Gale, of Coscam. 
Thomas Matthews, of Chiddicke. 
John Keele, of Chilton. 



Put on board the John frigget, Capt. Will. Stokes, Comand'- 

Ninty Prisoners, Consined for the Barbados, dated at Dorchester, Oct. 

the 24th, 1685. 

Will. Booth. 
Shipt at Bristoll. 



Barbados. 

By the Right Hon'''=- the L' Governor. 

John Rogers, Chief Mate, and William Alexander, Second 
Mate, of the Ship John Friggott, of Bristoll, whereof William Stoakes, 
deceased, was lately Master, personally appeared before me, and made 
oath on the holy Evangelists of Almighty God, that the above-mentioned 
Rebells by the said Stoakes taken in att the Port of Bristoll, are the 
very same Rebells that were delivered to and by the said Stoakes, 
brought in the said Shipp to the Island, and that they were all of them 
here landed and delivered to M"'- John Browne and Company, factors 
for Sir William Booth, Knt, except Joseph Wickham, who died on 
board the said ship in King road, and was from thence carried on shore 
in the Port of Bristoll and there buryed, as alsoe twelve more of 
them which dyed on board the said Shipp on the voyage, and were buryed 
in the sea, whose names are as followeth, viz., JusTiPHEN GuPPY, Thomas 
Gilhampton, George Micell, Edward Councell, George Keale, 
William Smith, Junr., William Hutchins, Symon Poole, Wm. 



336 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 



Mead, Francis Came, Jonas Cross, and Robert Paul. Given under 
my hand the 28th day of January, 1685. 

Edwyn Stede. 

A true copy, attested this first ) 
day of February, 1685-6. 3 

JN°- Whetstone, Dep'- Secr'y- 



LIST of Seaventy Seaven convicted Rebells, by tlie John Frig- 
gat, of Bristoll, Capt. Wm. Stoakes, Comander. Imported to 
this Island are all the very same Rebells that was taken on board the • 
said ship at the Port of Bristoll, Except thirteen of them that dyed 
before the arrivall, and one since the arrivall of the said ship to this 
Island. 



Masters. 



Capt. Walter Scott . 



Rebells. 

■John Leake. 
Edward Vildy. 
Robert Easton. 
John Stoodly. 
Richard Bickham. 
Thomas Dennis. 
George Car row. 
William Smith, Junr. 
John Bartlett. 
Arthur Mitchell. 
Michaell Powell. 
Henry Quant. 
John Farmer. 
-Richard Allen. 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 



337 



Masters. 



John and William Holder. 



Rebells. 

'John Wall. 
Ambrose Winter. 
John Cantlebury. 
Richard Edgar. 
Richard Stevens. 
Wm. Tiverton. 



Ann Gallop. 



fTHOMAs Gamage. 
Robert Coward. 
George Warren. 
John Walters. 
Stephen Rodway. 
George Nowell. 
John Warren. 
John Burgis. 
William Parker. 
John Qhlcott. 
George Seaman. 



Col. John Farmer John Seaman. 

r William Haynes. 
Henry Quintyne, Esq J Robert Sease. 

( John Bag. 
Samuell Smart William Phippin. 



John Huston 



'William Burrowes. 
William Drew. 
Humphery Pope. 
John Clood. 
John Gale. 
OsMAN Read. 
William Coomb. 
John Budge. 



43 



338 LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 

Masters. Rebells. 

f HUMPHERY TRUMPE. 
CAPT. JOHN HALLETT 1 THOMAS BROCKE. 

Wm. Hectrop George MuLLiNS. 

i Thomas Middleton. 

Richard Harwood, Esq ^ James Hilman. 

( John Smith. 



CoLLO'-'-JOHN Sampson 



fTiMOTHY Hawker. 
John Mitchell. 
Richard Wadham. 
Wm. Barnard. 



Capt. Stoaks f James Baker. 

I Bartholemew Randall. 

DC"- Battyn I Henry Myre. 

I Morris Fuss. 

Dc°''- John Springham Henry Gibbons. 



John Althorne Thomas Mathews. 



Othniell Haggat John Buston. 



John Sumers Joseph Vinicott. 

SiLUS Marchant William Hall. 



Major Johnson John Rodgers. 



John Hethersell, Esq John Harris. 



Hugh Williams Robert Teap. 



William Allanby John Chappell. 



John Denner Daniell Pomre. 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 339 

Masters. Rebells. 

Thomas Burke William Harvy. 

William Slogram Lawrence Husse. 

Samuell Warner William Walters. 

Anthony Palmer William Daw. 

William March" Abraham Pollard. 

r Jeremiah Atkins. 

John Browne ) Samuell Boon. 

/ William Woolridge. 

John Keal, Dead. 

Baj-bados. 

By the R'- Hon"=- the L'- Governor. 

M""- John Browne, one of the factors for Sir William Booth, 
Kn'-, to whom the within ctinvicted Rebells mentioned in this list were 
consigned, and M''- Daniell Richardson personally appeared before 
me and made oath on the Holy Evangelists of Almighty God, that the 
said Rebells were delivered him — the said John Browne and Company 
out of the Ship jFohn Friggat, of Bristoll, whereof WILLIAM Stoaks, 
deceased, was lately master, and were all of them by him, the said 
Browne and Company, sold and disposed of here to the several persons 
menconed in the said List, Except one of the said Rebells, by name 
John Keale, that dyed on shore since the arrivall of the said Ship. 
Given under my hand the 29th Jany., 1685. 

Edwyn Stede. 
A true copy attested this first \ 
day of February, 1685. i 

JN°- Whetstone, Dep'- Sec'- 



43—2 



340 LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 



1 HE Sale of Sixty Seaven Rebells delivered by Cap'- CHARLES 

Gardner, Comander of the Jamaica Murchant to Charles 

Thomas and Company, and THOMAS SADLER, for account of Mess--^' 
John Palmer, John Richardson, Samuell Young, and William 
Rose, the 12* day March 1685. Viz.— 

Masters. Rebells. 

William Chester, Esq Thomas Pitt. 

Francis Bond, Esq John Bruer. 

William Cross. 

Robert Richards. 

John Miller. 

John Cross. 

Benjamin Middleton Luke Porter. 

Edward Jourdon John Slate. 

Daniell Rutter. 
Daniell Parsons Isack Dover. 

Samuel Bond. 

Mathew Gray John Mayridge. 

Nicholas Gibbs James Cockman. 

Thomas Estwicke William Sanders. 

Richard Forstall John Adams. 

John Gray Christopher Holbin. 

Major Richard Salter Henry Chambers. 

Francis Young Silvester Loyd. 

Joseph Jones Percyfull Powis. 

William Baron John Chamberlin. 

Archibald Johnson George Russell. 

Humphrey Justen. 

Leonard Staple. 

Thomas Goold. 

George Scrubs. 

William Varier. 

Robert Scarte. 



ZISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 341 

Masters. Rebells. 

Major Abell Allen Richard Simmons. 

Knock Goold. 

Jeremiah Pool. 

James Clift. 

Emanuel March'- 
George Hannay, Esq George Snow. 

William Currier. 

John Cockran. 
John Bawden, Esq James Webb. 

Richard King. 
John Hethersall, Esq Richard Pearce. 

Edward Bellemie. 
George Harper Cornelius Radford. 

Job Hunt. 

Major George Bushell John Baker. 

CoLLO'-'- Thomas Colleton Thomas Bugler. 

Nicholas Collins. 

Mathew Cooke. 

Christopher Roe. 

Thomas Meade. 

John Baker. 

Thomas Preist. 
Nicholas Frideaux William Phillips. 

James Maynard. 

Robert Kelly Henry Preist. 

William Alemby Edward Kent. 

MicHAELL Child John Gibbs. 

Capt. John Sutton Robert Earle. 

William Pitts. 

MuseWalford John GoDSAL. 

Major George Lillington Silvester Pool. 

Jonas Browne. 

John Summers John Roggers. 

Ann Walters John Timothy. 



342 LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 

Masters. Rebells. 

Capt. Thomas Morris Mathew Crafts. 

Barnard Loveridge. 

Charles Thomas and Thomas \ William Woodcocke. 
Thomas Sadler / Thomas Austin. 

Edward Hurlstone Phillip Cheek . 

Charles Burrage. 
William Lee, dead before the 
ship arrived in Barbados. 

Barbados. 

By the Right Hon"'- the Lieu'- Govenr. 

M"-- Thomas Sadler, one of the factors to whom the within 
convicted Rebells menconed in the list were consigned to, personally- 
appeared before me, and made oath on the Holy Evangelists of 
Almighty God, that they are the very same Rebells that were delivered 
him, and which CHARLES THOMAS, the other factor for Mess"^- John 
Palmer, John Richardson, Samuell Young, and William Rose, 
out of the Ship Jamaica March*- , whereof Charles Gardner is Co- 
mander, and where all of them by the said Sadler disposed of there to 
the severall persons menconed in the said List, Except one of the said 
Rebells that dyed at Sea, by name, William Lee, and was thrown over 
board as appeareth by the oaths of the said Comander, and JOHN KOYEL 
Mate of the said Shipp. Given under my hand this 24th day of March, 
1685. 

Ed-wyn Stede. 
A true copy attested this 25 th ) 
day of March, 1686. ) 

Jn°- Whetstone, Dep'- Sec'- 



TICKETS GRANTED 

TO EMIGRANTS FROM BARBADOES, TO NEW 
ENGLAND, CAROLINA, VIRGINIA, NEW YORK, 
ANTIGUA, JAMAICA, NEWFOUNDLAND, AND 
OTHER PLACES. 

1678 — 1679. 



BARBADOS -TICKETS. 



LIST of what TICQ'^'^^- have been granted out of the Secretaries 
Office of the Island aforesaid for the departure off this Island 
of the severall psones hereafter menconed, begining in January, 1678 and 
ending in December following. (Viz'- ) — 



February y' 26, 1678. 
Albercht, Henigo, in the ship Judith, for London, ROBERT KlNGS- 
LAND, Commander. time out. 



March y' 11, 1678. 
Armitage, Henry, in the Ship Society, for Boston, WiLLIAM GUARD, 
Commander. security. 



March f 20th, 1678. 
Aris, John, in the Ship Indeavour, for London, J AMES GILBERT, Com- 
mander, time out. 



April the 26th, 1679. 
Adamson, George, in the Ketch Unity, for Virginia, jAMES Rainy, 
Commander. time out. 



April y 26, 1679. 
Adams, Thomas, in the Ship Defeyance, for London, Wm. Creed, 



Commander. 



time out. 
44 



346 TICKETS GRANTED. 

April the 28, 1679. 
Albert, Ann, in the Ship Mary, for Carolina, NICHOLAS LOCKWOOD, 
Comander. time out. 



April f 28, 1679. 
Anderson, Margret, in the Ketch Unity, for Virginia, James 
Rainy, Commander. time out. 



April f 2gtk, 1679. 
Armstrong, Ann, in the Ship Francis, for Antegoa, Peter Jefferys, 
Commander, time out. 



May the first, 1679. 
Abraham, Agnus, in the Ketch Fi^ancis and Susan, for Boston, Phillip 
Knell, Comander. time out. 



May 2nd, 1679. 
Arthur, Katherine, in the Ketch Prosperous, for Virginia, David 
Fogg, Comander. time out. 



May the 2nd, 1679. 
Adams, George, in the Ship Adventure, for London, William John- 
son, Command. security. 

May f 22nd, 1679. 
AusT, Henry, in the Ship Industry, for Bristoll, James Porter, Com- 
i"and. time out. 



May the 2'jih, 1679. 
Allin, Eliazer, in the Ship Prudence and Mary, for Boston, Jacob 
Green, Comand. time out. 



TICKETS GRANTED. 347 

yune the i/^ih, 1679. 
Allison, Thomas, in the Ship fohns Adventure, for Jamaica, EDWARD 
WiNSLOW, Comand. time out. 



yuly the 8th, 1679. 
Alderson, Thomas, in the Ship Friendship, for London, John Wil- 
liams, Commander. time out. 



August the \%th, 1679. 
Avery, Mary, in the Ship Golden Fleece, for London, Henry Pascall, 
Comand. time out. 



October 4, 1679. 
Atherton, William, in the Ship Nathaniell, for Boston, William 
Clarke, Comand. time out. 



November the 2^th, 1679. 
Abudient, Abraham, in the Ketch Phxnix, for Antegoa, Robert 
Flexny, Comand. security. 

November the 2^th, 1679. 
Are, Sarah, in the Sloop Katherine, for Antegoa, Andrew Gall, 
Comand. security. 



November lyth, 1679. 
Alsop, Katherine, in the Sloop Katlterine, for Antegoa, Andrew 
Gall, Comand. security. 



February 13, 1678. 
BOWDLER, Andrew, in the Ship James, for New York, William 
Sweetland, Comander. time out. 

44—2 



348 TICKETS GRANTED. 

February the 17, 1678. 
Brown, Rachell, in the Barq. Adventure, for Antegoa, Christopher 
Berrow, Comand. security. 



February i%th, 1678. 
Blakk, John, in the Sloop Resolution, for Montseratt, JOHN Ingleby, 
Comander. time out. 



March the first, 1678. 
Barwell, John, in the Constant Warwick, Friggott, for London, Capt. 
Ralph Delavall, Comand. time out. 



March the ^th, 1678. 
BiLFORD, James, in the Pink Seaventure, for Antegoa, GEORGE Bat- 
TERSBY, Comander. " time out- 



March the 12th, 1678. 
Barton, James, in the Ketch Wm. and Susan, for New England, 
Ralph Parker, Comand. time out. 



March the 22, 1678. 
Bancks, Joseph, in the Ketch William and Susan, for New England, 
Ralph Parker, Comander. time out. 



March the 27, 1679. 
Barnard, Humphry, Senior and Jun'- , in the Ketch Mary and Sarah, 
for Carolina, George Conway, Comand. time out. 



April the first, 1679. 
Bates, Richard, in the Ship Expedition, for London, John Harding, 
Commander. time out. 



TICKETS GRANTED. 349 

April the 2,rd, i6'j<). 
Browning, Ann, in the Ship Martin, for Newfoundland, CHRISTOPHER 
Martin, Comander. time out. 



April \th, 1679. 
Bagnall, John, in the Sloop Ruder, for Jamaica, Edward Duffeild, 
Com'^- time out. 



April the ']th, 1679. 
BiCKLE, Thomas, in the Sloop May Flower, for Bermudes, Edward 
HUBBERT, Comander. security. 



April the nth, 1679. 
BURGOSS, Abraham, in the Ketch William and John, for New England, 
John Sanders, Comander. time out. 



April the \^th, 1679. 
Brett, John, in the Ship Honor, for London, Thomas Warren, 
Comander. time out. 



April the I'jth, 1679. 
Barnes, Nicholas, in the Barq. Blessing, for Providence, Francis 
Watlington, Comand'- time out. 



April 17, 1679. 
BusHELL, William, in the Ship Pearle, for Antegoa, Richard 
Williams, Comand. time out. 



April the \<^th, 1679. 

Ball, James, in the Ship Pelican, for London, Jopin Cocke, Comander. 

security. 



350 TICKETS GRANTED. 

April the 22nd, 1679. 
Balrick, Thomas, in the Ship Hope, for London, Joseph Ball, 
Comander. security. 



April the 29/^, 1679. 
Bagwell, Francis, in the Keatch Calieta, for Topsham, Samuel Paul, 
Comander. time out. 



May the s,th, 1679. 
Bincks, Charles, Esq., in the Ship Experiment, for London, Allan 
Cock, Commander. time out. 



May the ^th, 1679. 
Brearly, Martin, in the Ship White Fox, London, John Lee, 
Comander. time out. 



May the 6th, 1679. 
Box, Ann, in the Ketch Prosperous, for Virginia, DAVID FoGG, Com- 
mander, time out. 



May 6fh, 1679. 
Burne, Dennis, a servant belonging to M""- Henry Aplewhite, in the 
Ketch Prosperous, for Virginia, David Fogg, Comander. 



May 7, 1679. 
Brown, W"- in the Ship Merchants Adventure, for Leverpool, John 
Greigs, Comander. time out. 



May y&th, 1679. 
Blackleech, John, Senior and Junior, for Boston, in the Ketch May- 
flower, Robert Kitchin, Comander. time out. 



TICKETS GRANTED. 351 

May the loth, 1679. 
Bishop, Robert, in the Ship experiment, for London, Allan Cock, 
Comand"'- security. 



May the i6th, 1679. 
Brome, John, in the Ketch Providence, for Boston, Marke HUNKING, 
Commander. time out. 



May the I'jth, i^i'j^. 

Bolton, Ambrose, in the Ship New Concord, for London, James 
Strutt, Comand. time out. 



May f 2gth, 1679. 
Bond, Thomas, in the Ketch Eli^' for Boston, John Fletcher, Com- 
mander, time out. 



May the 2(^th, 1679. 
Berrow, Christopher, in the Ship Society, of Bristol!, Edmond 
Ditty, Comander. time out. 



yune the 2nd, 1679. 
Bowhane Teag, in the Ship Society, for Bristoll, Edmond Ditty, 
Comander. time out. 

yune 22, 1679. 

Bread, Thomas, in the Ship Providence, for Boston, Timothy Prout, 
Comander. time out. 



jfuly the 1st, 1679. 

Bird, Henry, in the Ship Amity, for London, Benjamin Grove, 
Comander. time out. 



3S2 TICKETS GRANTED. 

July the 2nd, 1679. 
Bradley, Michaell, in the Ship Amity, for London, BENJAMIN 
Grove, Comandr. time out. 



July \tJi, 1679. 
Butler, John, in the Ketch New London, for ditto, Adam Pickett, 
Comander. time out. 



July the 7, 1679. 
Bolton, Samuell, in the Ship Bare, for London, Wm. DiCKlNS, 
Comand. security. 



July y 12, 1679. 
Browne, Hugh, in the Ship BacJielor, for London, Wm. Knott, Co- 
mand. time out. 



July the 2ist, 1679. 
BrogRAVE, Henry, in the Ship MalUgoe Merchant, for London, ROGER 
Homer, Comander. time out. 



August 1st, 1679. 
Bodkin, Martin, in the Ship Young William, for Virginia, THOMAS 
Cornish, Comander. time out. 



August T>rd, 1679. 
Bodkin, Nicholas, in the Ship Young William, for Virginia, Thomas 
Cornish, Comander. time out. 



August ()th, iG'jg. 
Barker, John, Laborer, in the Ship Friendship, for London, John 
W"=-, Comander. time out. 



TICKETS GRANTED. 353 

August the \ith, 1679. 
Bevenister, Eliam, in the Ship Friendship, for London, JOHN WIL- 
LIAMS, Comander. time out. 



Augt. the 12th, 1679. 
Beard, John, in the Ship friendship, for London, John Williams, 
Comander. time out. 



August the i^th, 1679. 
BODINGHAM, John, in the Ship Friendship, for New England, William 
Murphy, Comander. security. 

August 19, 1679. 
Butler, Elinor, a servant belonging to M"- Wm. Bulkley, in the 
Ketch Neptune, for Virginia, JN°- Knott, Comander. 



September f \6th, 1679. 
Browne, Francis, in the Barq. Blessing, for Burmudos, Francis 
Watlington, Comander. time out. 



September the yath, 1679. 
Brandby, Eliz*-, a servant belonging to David Watkins, in the Sloop 
Rutter, for Jamaica, Ed. Duffeild, Comander. 



October y 2nd, 1679. 
Blunt, George, in the Ship Lixboa Merchant, for New Yorke, RoGER 
Whitfeild, Comander. time out. 



October ■^rd, 1679. 
Barton, Christopher, in the Ship Barbados Merchant, for Virginia, 
James Cock, Comander. security. 

45 



354 TICKETS GRANTED. 

October the \th, 1679. 
Belfour, James, in the sloop true friendship, for Antegua, CHARLES 
Kallahane, Comandr. time out. 



October \th, 1679. 
Bishop, Thomas, in the Ship Virgin, for Leward Islands, THOMAS 
Alumby, Comander. security. 



October the \th, 1 6 79. 
Banister, Richard, in the Sloop True Friendship, for Antegoa, 
Charles Kallahane, Comander. time out. 



October y" 6tk, 1679. 
Butcher, John, in the sloop, " true friendship," for Antegua, Charles 
Kallahane, Comander. security. 



October ()th, 1679. 
Benson, Mary, in the sloop Endeavour, for Carolina, Thomas Shaw, 
Comander. security. 



October y 13, 1679. 
Battison, Julian, in the Barq Endeavour, for Carolina, Thomas 
Shaw, Comander. time out. 



October y 20th, 1679. 
BUTTLER, Walter, in the Ketch John and Sarah, for New York, 
James S.ioare, Comander. security. 



November f 7, 1679. 
Babbington, Thomas, a servant belonging to Thomas Gladdin, in 
the Barq Adventure, for Jamaica, Edward Duffeild, Comander. 



TICKETS GRANTED. 355 

November y 20th, 1679. 

Bently, Martin, in the Ketch Mary and Sarah, for Providence, 

George Conway, Comander. security. 



November y 2^th, 1679. 
Bread, Thomas, in the Ketch Phcenix, for Leward Islands, ROBERT 
Flexny, Comander. security. 



November 25, 1679. 
Bread, Arthur, in the Ketch Phanix, for the Lew'^- Islands, Robert 
Flexney, Comander. security. 



December the \%th, 1679. 
Barrow, Rebecca, in the Ship Ann and jam, for London, Richard 
Radford, Comander. time out. 



Decem,ber the 2/^th, 1679. 
Brook, Thomas, in the Ship Recovery, for Jamaica, James Brown, 
Comander. time out. 



December the 2/^th, 1679. 
BuLKLY, Wm., in the Ship Ann and Jane, for London, Richard Rat- 
ford, Comander. security. 



December 29/A, 1679. 
BarNEWELL, Robert, in the Ship Recovery, for Jamaica, jAMES 
Brown, Comander. time out. 



December the y:>th, 1679. 
Burke, Jeoffery, in the Sloop true friendship, for Antegoa, Charles 
Kallahane, Comander. time out. 

45—2 



3s6 TICKETS GRANTED. 

January 4, 1678. 
Crillick, Jane, a servant belonging to JOHN FOLLITT, in the Ship 
Old Head, of Kingsale, ROBERT Barker, Comandr, for Lew*- 



January the ^th, 1678. 
Carter, Elinor, in the Ship Joseph and Ann, for Carolina, Samuell 
Evans, Comander. security. 



January the i^th, 1678. 
Chaplin, Jeremiah, in the Shi'^Joiepk audAnn, for Carolina, Samuell 
Evans, Comander. security. 



January the ^ist, 1678, 
Cragg, John, in the Ketch Friendship, for New England, JOSEPH 
Hardy, Comander. time out. 



February y 22d, 1678. 
Claypogle, Norton, in the Ship Bachelors Delight, for New York, 
Robert Greenway, Comander. time out. 



March ist, 1678. 
Clarke, Ann, in the Ship Samuell, for London, John Clarke, 
Comander. time out. 



March the ^th, 1678. 
Clavpool, John, in the Ship Patience, for London, Thomas Hudson, 
Comander. time out. 



March 6th, 1678. 
Cooper, Thomas, in the Pinke Blessing, for New York, John Thwing, 
Comander. time out. 



TICKETS GRANTED. 357 

March the loth, 1678. 
Gary, Richard, in the Pink Seaventure, for Antegua, George Bat- 
TERSBY, Comander. security. 



March the loth, 1678. 
Canting, Dennis, in the Ship Mary, for Carolina, Nicholas Lock- 
wood, Comander. time out. 



March the nth, 1678. 
COLLYER, Ambrose, in the Ship Society, for Boston, William Guard, 
Comander. time out. 



March the 21st, 1678. 
COLWELL, Samuell, in the Ketch William and Susan, for New Eng- 
land, Ralph Parker, Comander. time out. 



March 21, 1678. 
Cornelius Francis, in the Barq Joseph, for Saltertudos, Stephen 
Clay, Comander. time out. 



March f 2/^th, 1678. 
Clarke, Porcas, in the Ship Supply, for London, Joseph Freeman, 
Comander. time out. 



April the ist, 1679. 
Chamberlaine, Marmaduke, in the Ship Endeavour, for London, 
James Gilbert, Comander. time out. 



April the 1st, 1679. 
Campanell, Mordicay, in the Ketch, Swallow, for New England, 
Joseph Hardy, Comander. time out. 



358 TICKETS GRANTED. 

April I, 1679. 
Crossing, William, in the Ship Blessing, for Boston, Samuel 
RiCKARD, Comander. security. 



April id, 1679. 
Cooper, Mary, in the Ship Mary, for Carolina, Nicholas Lockwood, 
Comander, the said Cooper a servant of Robert Daniell. 



April the 22ncl, 1679. 
Carew, Thomas, in the Ship Benjamin, of Topsham, Robert Lyde, 
Comander. time out. 



April y 2^th, i6'j<). 
Colthrough, Peter, in the Ship Samuel and Eliza, for London, 
Thomas Orchard, Comander. time out. 



May the ^rd, 1679. 
CuRSTis, John, in the Ship Concord, for London, James Strutt, 
Comander. time out. 



May the loth, 1679. 
Clarke, Mary, in the Ship Experiment, for London, Allan Cock, 
Comander. security. 



May the 22nd, i6'j(). 
Coulburne, John, in the Ship Coficltisivn, for London, Wm. Beeding, 
Comander. 



May the 7%th, 1679. 
Cornish, Edward, a Servant belonging to John Harris, in the Ship 
William and John, for Boston, SAMUEL Legg, Comander. 



TICKETS GRANTED. 359 

May the 315/f, 1679. 
Clovan, Thomas, in the sloop " true friendship" for Nevis, Charles 
Kallahane, Comander. security. 



July the 1st, 1679. 
Cole, Thomas, Junr., in the Ship Prevention, for Surranam, Barnard 
BoOGHERT, Comander. time out. 



Jtily the 2nd, 1679. 
Collins, John, in the Ketch Neptune, for Carolina, JOSEPH Knott, 
Comander. time out. 



yuly the 2%th, 1679. 
Cawfeild, Richard, in the Ship Young William, for Virginia, 
Thomas Cornish, Comander. security. 



August 2nd, 1679. 
COTTINGHAM, Katherine, in the Ship Elis"-, for Jamaica, Silvan us 
Paine, Comander. time out. 



August ()th, 1679. 
Collins, John, in the Barq Plantation, for Carolina, ASER Sharpe, 
Comander. 



August l2)^h, 1679. 
Callay, Thomas, in the Keatch Neptune, for Virginia, Joseph Knott, 
Comander. time out. 



August y 2$th, 1679. 
Cox, Francis. In the Ship S'o/tn and James, for New England, Giles 
Hamlin, Comander. time out. 



36o TICKETS GRANTED. 

September 2d, 1679. 
Cole, James, in the Sloop John and Francis, for Antegua, JOHN HOW- 
ARD, Comander. security. 



September the 1 8/>^, 1 6 79. 
CoLLis, Alexander, in the Ship Hope, for New England, John Price, 
Comander. time out. 



September 20th, 1679. 
Chester, Sampson, in the Ship Malligo Merchant, Roger Homer, 
Comander, for London. time out- 



Septem,ber 22, 1679. 
Chaplin, Thomas, in the Ship Malligo Merchant, for London, ROGER 
Homer, Comander. time out. 



October the 2nd, 1679. 
Clovan, Thomas, in the Sloop tme friendship, for Antegua, CHARLES 
Kallahane, Comander. time out. 



October the 6th, 1 6 79. 
Charles, Evan, in the Sloop trii.e friendship, for Antegua, CHARLES 
Kallahane, Comander. time out. 



November 3^,- 1 6 79. 
Cotinho, Moses Henriques, in the Barq Adventure, for Jamaica, 
Edward Duffeild, Comander. time out. 



November 7, 1679. 
Courtney, Wm., in the Sloop Hopewell, for Antegua, Wm. Murphy, 
Comander. time out. 



TICKETS GRANTED. 361 

November the 2'jtk, 1679. 
CoRBETT, William, in the Sloop Katherine, for Antegua, Andrew- 
Gall, Comander. time out. 



December tlu 15, 1679. 
Crisp, Roger, in the Ship Ann and Jane, for London, Richard Rad- 
ford, Comand. time out 



Febrttary la^th, 1678. 
Dang, Margaret, in the Sloop Resolution, for Nevis, John Ingleby, 
Comander. time out. 



February 21, 1678. 
Denton, John, in the Ship Endeavour, for Virginia, ABRAHAM NEW- 
MAN, Comander. time out. 



March the ist, 1678. 
Doldron, Grace, in the Ship Saimid, for London, JOHN Carke, 
Comander. time out. 



March the loth, 1678. 
DOLEBERRY, ANDREW, in the Ship Society, for Boston, WILLIAM 
Guard, Comander. time out. 



March 2d, 1678. 
Devenish, John, in the Ship Endeavour, for London, James Gilbert, 
Comander. time out. 



April ist, 1679. 
Dickinson, Francis, in the Ship Blessing, for Boston, Samuel 
Rickard, Comander. security. 

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362 TICKETS GRANTED. 

' April the /^th, 1679. 
Daniell, Robert, in the Ship Mary, for Carolina, NICHOLAS LociC- 
WOOD, Comander. time out. 



April the jth, 16'jg. 
Dukes, Wm., in the Barq. Adventure, for Carolina, DANIELL RIDLEY, 
Comandr. time out. 



April the <^th, 1679. 
Daniell, John, in the Barq. John's Adventure, for Antegua, John 
Welch, Comander. time out- 



April 22d, 16'jg. 
Davis, Eliz'^-, A servant belonging to Hilliard Holdip, in the Ship 
London Merchant, for London, Edw. Desworth, Comander. 



April 22'"^, 1679. 
Drax, Henry, Esq., in the Ship Honor, for London, Thomas War- 
ren, Comander. time out. 



April the iid, 1679. 
Densy, Jane, in the Ship Hope, for London, JOSEPH Ball, Comander- 

security. 



April the 2^th, 1679. • 
Drayton, Thomas, Junr., in the Ship Mary, for Carolina, Nicholas 
LOCKWOOD, Comander. time out. 



April the 2%th, 1679. 
Davies, Jane, A Servant to Richard Townsend, in the Ship 
NatJianiell, for Boston, Wm. Clarke, Comander. 



TICKETS GRANTED. 363 

May the 2d, 1679. 
Davies, Samuell, in the Ketch Prosperous, for Virginia, David Fogg, 
Comander. time out. 



May the i2,th, 1679. 
Davies, John, Junr., in the Ship Roe Buck, for London, Wm. Shafto, 
Comander. security. 



May the I'^th, 1679. 
Dowell, Dennis, in the Ship Industry, for Bristoll, James PORTER, 
Comander. time out. 



May \\th, 1679. 
DangERFEILD, Walcup, in the Ship Bachelor, for Bristoll, RoGER 
Bagg, Comander. time out. 



May the 230^, 1679. 
DunNOHOE, Teag, in the Ship Margaret, for Bew Morris, ALEXANDER 
Wood, Comandr. time out. 



May the 2\th, 1679. 
DUBOYES, John, in the Ship Supply, for Boston, John Mellowes, 
Comander. time out. 



June nth, 1679. 
DunnohoE, Cornelius and JeffoRY, in the Ship Margrett, for Bew 
Morris, ALEXANDER Wood, Comander. time out. 



yune nth, 16 79. 
Davies, John, in the Ship Coast Friggott, for Lond" ■ PHILLIP Varloe, 
Comander. time out. 

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364 TICKETS GRANTED, 

yune II, 1679. 
Davies, John, of Christ Church, in the Ketch Joseph, for New Yorke, 
Abraham Knott, Comander. security. 



yuly 21, 1679. 
Davies, Peter, in the Pinke Neptune, for Carolina, Joseph Knott, 
Comander. time out. 



yuly 2gtk, i6'j(j. 
Dran, Maren, a servant belonging to Jacob Leroux, in the Ketch 
Dove, for Antegoa, JOHN Grafton, Comander. 



August the 1st, iQ'jg. 
DUNDAS, Wm., in the Ship Young William, for Virginia, Thomas CoR- 
NISH, Comander. time out. 



August 2d, 1679. 
Dawson, Tremmit, in the Ship Elis"- for Jamaica, SiLVANUS Payne, 
Comander. time out. 



. August 2d, 1679. 
Davies, Katherine, a servant belonging to John Austin, in the Ship 
Young William, for Virginia, THOMAS Cornish, Comander. 



September 27, 1679. 
Daniell, Wilbert, in the Ship Supply, for Virginia, John AdY, Co- 
mander. time out. 



November 15, 1679. 
Dewer, Stephen, in the Barq. Resolution, for Antegoa, Thomas Gil- 
bert, Comander. time out. 



TICKETS GRANTED. 365 

December 15, 1679 
Dexter, Wm., in the Ship Ann and Jane, for London, Richard Rat- 
ford, Comander. time out. 



December 22d, 1679. 
Douse, Bridgett, in the Ship Ami and Jane, for London, Richard 
Rattford, Comander. time out. 



December 22, 1679. 
Downing, John, in the Ship Lawrell, for Nevis, Robert Ox, Comander. 

time out. 



December 2\th, 1679. 
Davy, Robert, in the Ship Ann and Jane, for London, Richard Rat- 
ford, Comander. time out. 



December' 2\th, 1679. 
De Wever, Lewin, in the Ship Blossom, for Surranam, Richard 
Martin, Comander. security. 



March 13^^, 1678. 
Enderbee, Oliver, in the Ship Ann and Mary, for Antegua, John 
Johnson, Comander. security. 



March 20, 1678. 
Elson, Wm., in the Ketch Begining, for New Yorke, WiLLIAM Play, 
Comander. time out. 



April 2^, 1679. 
Evans, Lewis, in the Ketch, Unity, for Virginia, James Rainy, Co- 
mander. time out. 



366 TICKETS GRANTED. 



April 26, 1679. 
Earle, John, in the Ship Defyance, for Lond°- WILLIAM CREED, 
Comander. security. 

April 26, 1679. 
Elliston, George, in the Ship NatJmniell, for Boston, Wm. Clarke, 
Comander. time out. 



April 2%th, 1679. 
Edwards, John, in the Ship Society, for Bristoll, Edmond Ditty, 
Comander. time out. 



May 2/i^th, 1679. 
Ellicott, Vines, in the Ship Supply, for Boston, JOHN Mellowes, 
Comander. security. 



yune 20tk, 1679. 
Evans, William, in the Ship William and Robert, for London, Giles 
Bond, Comander. time out. 



July 21, 1679. 
Evans, Edward, in the Pink Neptune, for Carolina, JOSEPH Knott, 
Comander. time out. 



yuly the 26th, 1679. 
EasTCHURCH, William, in the Ship Joseph, for London. 



yuly 31, 1679. 
Emery, John, a servant, belonging to LiEU'^- C0LL°' Hallett, in the 
Ship Young William, for Virginia, Thomas Cornish, Comander. 



TICKETS GRANTED. 367 

September i2ik, 1679. 
Ellinsworth, William, in the Pink Portsmouth, for Road Island, 
Joseph Briar, Comander. time out. 



October 2d, 1679. 
Elliott, Henry, in the Sloo^^" true friendship," for Antegoa, Charles 
Callahan, Comander. time out. 



February the 6th, 1678. 
Fanning, Andrew, a servant belonging to Daniell Stanton, in the 
Ship Diligence, for New England, Jer, Jackson, Comand. 



February 13, 1678. 
FORBUSH, James, in the Ship two Brothers, for Jamaica, RiCE Jeffe- 
ryes, Comander. time out. 



March \th, 1678. 
FiTZRANDOLPH, PHILLIP, in the Ship Unity, for Saltertudos, ABRAHAM 
Wise, Comander. security. 



March igth, 1678. 
Fyes, Jone, in the Ship Katherine, for Bristoll, ROBERT Dapwell, 
Comander. time out. 



March the 2/\.th, 1678. 
FiTZ James, Edward, in the Ship Merchant Bonadventure, for London, 
William Bulkley, Comander. time out. 



March 26th, 1679. 
Franklin, Thomas, in the Ship Supply, for London, Joseph Free- 
man, Comander. time out, 



368 TICKETS GRANTED. 

March 29, 1679. 
Fox, Stephen, in the Ship Mary, for Carolina, Nicholas Lockwood, 
Comander. time out. 



March 2gth, 1679. 
Fox, Phillis, in the Ship Mary, for Carolina, NICHOLAS LoCKWOOD, 
Comander. time out. 



March 31, 1679. 
Fransum, Joseph, in the Barq Blessing, for Providence, FRANCIS Wat- 
LINGTON, Comander. time out. 



Aprill the 2()th, 1679. 
FiTZ Nichols, Mary, a serv"- belonging to Richd. "Michell, sen'-, in 
the S\iv^ Nathaniell, for Boston, Wm. Clarke, Comander. 



May 6th, 1679. 
Feaghery, Thomas, in the Ship John and Thomas, for Providence, 
Thomas Jenour, Comander. time out. 



May the Zth, 1679. 
Finn, Teage, in the Ship Industry, for Bristoll, James Porter, 
Comander. time out. 



May the \\th, 1679. 
Foster, Hester, in the Ship Ann and Eh^-, for Leverpoole, Hugh 
Reynolds, Comander. time out. 



May the 21, 1679. 
FiTZ Jarrell, John, in the Ship Swallow, for Leverpoole, Tho. 
Withington, Comander. time out. 



TJCXA^ GRANTED. 369 

Ma;^ le 23, 1679. 
FONTLEROY, James, in the Sb ^j Prudeiice and Mary, for Boston, Jacob 
Green, Comander. ^-^ time out. 



May e 26ik, 1679. 
Farrer, James, in the Sh* Tonchisioit, for Lond°-, Wm. Beeding, 
Comander. r~~~- time out. 

I 
Mh ihe 22,tk, 1679. 
French, Samuel, in the Ketch Joseph and Mary, for New York, 
Abraham Knott, Comander. time out. 



May the thirtieth, 1 6 79. 
Fowler, Joshua, in the Ship John and Mary, for London, John 
Uree, Comand"'- security. 



y une the fourth, 1679. 
Flemg [.' Fleming], Edmond, in the Ship Society, for Bristoll, Edmond 
Ditty, Comand"'- time out. 



yune II, 1679. 
Fell, Lidia, in the Ketch, John and Sarah, for New York, Peter 
Carow, Comander. time out. 



yuly the 2 1st, 1679. 
Frith, Samuell, in the Pinke i?^(5^^^«, for Virginia, Thomas Williams, 
Comander. time out. 



yuly the 26th, 1679. 
Ford, Francis, in the Ship Mallego Mercha'''-, for London, Roger 
Homer, Comand''- time out. 

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370 TICKETS GRANTED. 

October \st, 1679. 
Fear, Francis, in the Ship Barbados Merchant, for Virginia, James 
Cock, Comander. time out. 



October 2<^th, 1679. 
Farrell, Hugh, in the Barq Dove, for Nevis, ANTHONY JENOUR, 
Comander. time out. 



November 26, 1679. 
Farrell, Roger, in the Sloop Katherine, for Antegua, ANDREW Gale, 
Comander security. 



December the 22, 1679. 
Favell, Christopher, in the Ship Ann and Jane, for London, 
RiCHD. Rattford, Comand''- time out. 



December 24//^, 1679. 
Farror, Edmond, in the Ship Ann & Jane, for London, RiCHD- 
Rattford, Comand"- time out. 



March loth, 1678. 
GrigG, Robert, and Alce Grigg, in the Ship Marjf, for Carolin[a], 
Nicholas Lockwood, Comander. time out. 



March the nth, 1678. 
Gardner, George, in the Ship Samaritan, for Leverpo[ol], Valentine 
Trim, Comand'^- time out. 



March the i2,th, 1678. 
Gestninh, Jacobus, in the Pink Desire, for Pool, Tho. Wadham, 
Comand--- security. 



TICKETS GRANTED. 371 

March the 20th, 1678. 

GOLDING, Persivall, in the Ship White Fox, for London, John Lee, 

Comander. time out. 



March the 22nd, 1678. 
Gerish, Benjamin, in the Ketch Ma7y, for Boston, John Gardner, 
Comander, time out- 



April the "jth, iS'jg. 
Godfry, Mary, in the Ship Mary, for Carolina, NlCH°- LoCKWOOD, 
Comander. time out. 



April 12th, 1679. 
Gooding, Joseph, in the Barq Boncta, Richard Riply, Comander, 
for Jamaica. time out. 



April 25, 1679. 
Gittes, Henry, in the Ship Mary, for Carolina, NICHOLAS LOCK- 
WOOD, Comander. time out. 



May the 6th, 1679. 
Golding, Percivall, in the Ship Concord, for London, jAMES Strutt, 
Comand'- 



May the 6th, 1679. 
Gibbs, Rich"-, in the Ship Bachelor, for Bristoll, Roger Bagg, Comand'^- 

time out. 



May the \/^th, 1679. 
Gibbs, Edward, in the Shi'p Roe Btcck, for Lond°', Wm. Shafto, Co- 
mander. time out- 

47—2 



372 TICKETS GRANTED. 

May the 23, 1679. 
GOGIN, William, in the Ship Bachelor, for BristoII, ROGER Bagg, 
Comander. time out. 



July the 2 2''' 1679. 
Gray, Robert, in the Ketch Endeavor, for New England, Lawrence 
CUTT, Comander. time out. 



Augiist 9, 1679. 
GORDEN, George, in the Ship plantation, for Carolina, AsER Sharpe, 
Comander. time out. 



August 16, 1679. 
Gorton, John, a servant belonging to John Browne, in the Ketch 
Neptune, for Virginia, JOSEPH Knott, Comander. 



Augtist 19, 1679. 
GoDFREE, Gilbert, a servant belonging to Mr. Wm. Bulkly, in the 
Ketch Neptune, for Virginia, JOSEPH Knott, Comandr. 



September 2'^, 1679. 
Griffin, Dennis, in the Sloop John and Francis, for Antegua, John 
Howard, Comander. 



October \'*~\6'](^. 
GOTPIER, Henry, in the Sloop Rutter, for Jamaica, Edward Duffeild, 
Comander. time out. 



October 2'', 1679. 
Gorton, Richard, in the Sloop Rutter, for Jamaica, Edward Duf- 
feild, Comander. time out. 



TICKETS GRANTED. 373 

October 7, 1679. 

Greenslatt, Thomas, in the Sloop true friendship, for Antegua, 

Charles Kallahane, Comander. security. 



November the 2^th, 1679. 
GiDiON, Rowland, in the Ketch Phoenix, for Antegua, Robert 
Flexny, Comander. security. 



February 11, 1678. 
Hayem, Abraham, in the Ship James, for New York, William Sweet- 
land, Comander. time out. 



March the ^f, 1678. 
Hatton, Robert, in the Sloop Hunter, for Surranam, WALTER Assu- 
EROS, Comander. time out. 



March the 3"^, 1678. 
HOLLARD, Thomas, in the Constant Warwick, Frigott, for London, 
Cap'- Ralph Delavall, Comand"^- security. 



March the nth, 1678. 
HoLLOWAY, Rich"-, in the. Ship Samaritan, for Leverpool, Valen- 
tine Trim, Comander. time out. 



March the 12th, 1678. 
Herrick, Isaac, in the Ketch William and Susan, for New England, 
Ralph Parker, Comander. time out. 



March the 20th, 1678. 
Harvey, Griffith, in the Ship Merch" Bonadventure, fo[r] London, 
Wm. Bulkly, Comander. time out. 



374 TICKETS GRANTED. 

March 21, 1678. 
Hamilton, Adam, in the Ketch William and Susan, for New England. 
Ralph Parker, Comand"'- time out. 



March the 24, 1678. 
Heywood, John, in the Pinke Submission, for London, CHRISTOPHER 
Newham, Comander. time out. 



March the 24, 1678. 
HiGLEY, John, in the Ketch Mary, for Boston, John GARDNER, Co- 
mander. time out. 



March the 2%th, 1678. [? should be 1679]. 
Hasell, William, in the Ship OlBte Tree, for Bristoll, Thomas Shel- 
LAM, Comander. , time out. 



Aprile i, 1679. 
Hawton, Gerard, in the Ship Expedition, for London, JOHN HARDING, 
Comander. time out. 



Aprile the \'*, 1679. 
Haviland, Miles, in the Ketch Swallow, for Rhoad Island, Joseph 
Hardy, Comander. time out. 



Aprile the 2'^, 1679. 
Hendly, Daniell, and Eliz^-, in the Ship " Olive Tree," for Bristoll, 
Thomas Shellam, Comand'- time out. 



April g, 1679. 
Hetherington, Katherine, in the Pink Greyhound, for London, 
Joseph Wasey, Comander. time out 



TICKETS GRANTED. 375 

April 10, 1679. 

Howell, Sarah, in the Barq Providence, for Burmudos, Francis 

Watlington, Comander. time out. 



April 10, 1679. 
HuRLES, Eliza., jn the Ship Martin, for Newfoundland, Christopher 
Martin, Comander. time out. 



April 19, 1679. 
HiGGlNSON, Henry,' in the Ship Frends Adventure, for London, John 
Blades, Comander. time out. 



April 19, 1679. 
Holliday, Mary, in the Ship Recovery, for New York, Thomas Chin- 
NERY, Comander. time out. 



April 22, 1679. 
HOLDIP, HiLLiARD, in the Ship London MercJiant, for London, Edward 
Desworth, Comander. security. 



April 22, 1679. 
Holt, Rowland, in the Ship Honor, for London, Thomas Warren, 
Comander. time out. 



April 30, 1 6 79. 
Hacker, Ferdinando, in the Ship Fairfax, for London, Nicholas 
Fairfax, Comander. time out. 



May 2'^, 1679. 
Healy, Wm., in the Ship Society, for Bristoll, Edmond Ditty, 
Comander. time out. 



376 TICKETS GRANTED. 

May 3, 1679. 
Hurst, Wm., in the Ship Adventure, for London, Wm. JOHNSON, 
Comander. time out. 



May z\ 1679. 
HOLSEY, Richard, in the Sloop Batchelor, for Leward, Peter Swaine, 
Comander. time out. 



May 23'', 1679. 
Hackett, Robert, in the Ship Society, for Bristol!, Edmond Ditty, 
Comander. time out. 



May 23, 1679. 
Haley, Dennis, in the Ship Society, for Bristoll, Edmond DiTTY, 
Comander. time out. 



May the 31, 1679. 
Helmes, John, in the Ketch Nicholas and Rebecca, for New York, 
Nicholas Blake, Comander. time out. 



yune 2'^, 1679. 
Hook, Wm., in the Barq Hopewell, for Boston, Nicholas Morrell, 
Comander. security 



June 13, 1679. 
Hunt, Dennis, in the Ship Coast Friggott, for London, Phillip Var- 
loe, Comander. time out. 



Jutie the 14, 1679. 
How, Eliz'^-, in the Ship Johfis Adventure, for Jamaica, Edward 
WiNSLOW, Comander. time out. 



TICKETS GRANTED 377 

yufie the I "jth, 1 6 79. 
Hooper, Daniell, in the Ketch Joseph, for New York, ABRAHAM 
Knott, Comander. time out 



June 21, 1679. 
Harris, Edward, in the Ship Experiment, for London, Henry Sut- 
ton, Comander. time out. 



yune 21, 1679. 
Hill, John, in the Ship Charles, for London, Thomas Nash, Co- 
mander. security. 



June 21, 1679. 
Hough, William, in the Ship William and Robert, for London, GiLES 
Bond, Comander. time out. 



yune 28, 1679. 
Hunt, John, in the Ship Providence, for Boston, Timothy Prout, 
Comander. time out. 



yuly id, 1679. 
HornE, Gustavus Adolphus, in the Ship William and Ann, for Lon- 
don, Phillip Hanger, Comander. time out. 



yuly 10, 1679. 
Hughs, Andrew, in the Ship Amity, for London, Benjamin Grove, 
Comander. time out. 



yuly 31, 1679. 
Hall, Giles, Junr., in the Ketch John and Mary, for Boston, John 
Parreck, Comander. security. 

48 



378 TICKETS GRANTED. 

August 14, 1679. 
Herbert, Henry, in the Ship John and Henry, for Bristol, THOMAS 
Cades, Comander. time out. 



August 20, 1679. 
HOBBS, Eliza, in the Ship Robert, for London, Richard Cock, 
Comander. . time out. 



Sept. 17, 1679. 
Harker, John, in the Ship Hope, for New England, John Price, 
Comander. time out. 



September 18, 1679. 
HOLDSWORTH, Arther, in the Ship Thomas and Sarah, for London, 
James Day, Comander. time out. 



October 7, 1679. 
HoTEN, Margery, in the Sloop Africa, for Leward Islands, Anthony 
Burgess, Comander. security. 



October 7, 1679. 
HiLK, John, in the Sloop " true friendship" for Antegua, CHARLES 
Kallahane, Comander. security. 



October the "jth, 1679. 
Hancock, Alexander, in the Sloop true friendship, for Antegua, 
Charles Kallahane, Comander. security. 



October 20th, 1679. 
Hasell, Peter, in the Sln^p Happy returne, for London, Isaac Ragg, 
Comander. time out. 



TICKETS GRANTED. 379 

October 29, 1679. 
Hale, Barnabie, and Thomas How, servants belonging to Coll"- 
Christopher Codrington, in the Barq. Dove, for Nevis, 
Anthony Jenoux, Comander. 



October 29, 1679. 
Holt, Joseph, in the Sloop Hopewell, for Antegoa, John Ayres, 
Comander. time out. 



November 6, 1679. 
Hunt, Luke, in the 'Q^x<\. Adventure, for Jamaica, EDWARD DUFFEILD, 
Comander. time out. 



November 27, 1679. 
Hannah, Andrew, a Servant belonging to Wm. Stickland, in the 
Sloop Katherine, for Antegua, Andrew Gall, Comandr. 



Decejnbei' 24, 1679. 
Holeman, Roger, in the Sloop '7rz^^/;rzWj/?2>," for Antegua, CHARLES 
Kallahane, Comand"'- time out. 



March 11, 1678. 
Jarmin, Symon, in the Ship Society, for Boston, Wm. Guard, Comander. 

time out. 



March the 14, 1678. 
Jaccson, William, in the SVvg Ann and Mary, for Antegoa, John 
Johnson, Comander. time out 



March the 20th, 1678. 

Jaccson, George, in the Ship Merck"- Bonadventwe, for London, 

Wm. Bulkley, Comand'- time out. 

48—2 



38o TICKETS GRANTED. 

March 29, 1679. 
JlPSON, Sarah, in the Ship Mary, for Carolina, NICHOLAS LOCKWOOD, 
Comander. time out. 



April 9, 1679. 
Jacob, John, in the Ketch Providence, for New England, Marke 
HUNKING, Comander. time out. 



April 19, 1679. 
Johnson, Nathaniel, in the Ship Friends Adventure, for Antegua, 
John Long, Comander. time out. 



May 19, 1679. 
Jones, John, Junr., in the Ship.^«« and Elizabeth, for Liverpool, Hugh 
Reynolds, Comander. time out. 



May 20, 1679. 
/ones, Robert, in the Ship Rose and Crown, for London, Thomas 
Crofts, Comander. security. 



May the 22nd, 1679. 
Jordan, William, in the Ship Prudence and Mary, for Boston, Jacob 
Green, Comander. 



May the 22, 1679. 
Johnson, John, in the Ketch Joseph, for New York, ABRAHAM Knott, 
Comander. time out. 

May 2 2''-, 1679. 
Jones, Richard, in the Ship Battchebr, for Bristoll, Roger Bagg, 
Comander. time out. 



TICKETS GRANTED. 381 

May 23, 1679. 

James, William, in the Ship Society, for Bristoll, Edmund Ditty, 

Comand. time out. 



June II, 1679. 
Jelson, Joell, in the Ship Bachelor, for Bristoll, ROGER Bagg, 
Comander. time out. 



yune II, 1679. 
Irish, George, in the Ship Bachelor, for Bristoll, Roger Bagg, 
Comander. , time out. 



June 17, 1679. 
Jenkins, Owen, in the Ketch John's Adventure, for Jamaica, Edward 
WiNSLOE, Comander. time out 



June 18, 1679. 
Jones, Samuell, in the Ketch John's Adventure, for Jamaica, Edward 
WiNSLOE, Comander. security. 



June 2']th, 1679. 
Ingleby, Nicholas, in the Ship Providence, for Boston, Timothy 
ProUT, Comander. security. 



August 13, 1679. 
JACCSON, James, in the Barq Hopewell, for Virginia, Thomas Curle, 
Comander. time out. 



August the \dfth, 1679. ■ 
J ONES, Eliz*-, in the Barq Plantation, for Carolina, ASER Sharpe, 
Comander. security. 



382 TICKETS GRANTED. 

September i^th, 1679. 
James, Richard, a servant belonging to Coll"- Sam"- Newton, in the 
Ship Joseph, for New York, STEPHEN Clay, Comander. 



September 13, 1679. 
Johnson, Nathaniell, in the Sloop true friendship, for Antegua, 
Charles Kallahane, Comander. time out. 



September 13, 1679. 
Jordan, James, .in the Ship Mallego Merchant, for London, ROGER 
Homer, Comander. time out. 



September 19, 1679. 
Jenkins, Jane, in the Ship Lixboa Merclmttt, for New York, Roger 
Whitfeild, Comander. security. 



September 26th, 1679. 
Jennings, Michaell, in the Sloop Rutter, for Jamaica, Edward Duf- 
FEILD, Comander. time out. 



October "jth, 1679. 
Jennings, William, in the Sloop True friendship, for Antegua, 
Charles Kallahane, Comander. security. 



October 29, 1679. 
John Morgan, in the Barq Dove, for Nevis, Anthony Jennor, 
Comander. time out. 

November 7, 1679. 
Jones, William, in the Sloop Hopewell, for Antegua, Wm. Murphy, 
Comand. time out. 



TICKETS GRANTED. 383 

November 7, 1679. 
Jones, Hector, in the Sloop Hopewell, for Antegua, Wm. Murphy, 
Comander. time out. 



April 24, 1679. 
King, William, in the Ship friends Adventure, for London, EDWARD 
Blades, Comander. security. 



May 2, 1679. 
Kennedy, John, and Ellinor his wife, in the Ship Society, for Bristoll, 
Edmond Ditty, Comander. time out. 



May 28, 1679. 
Kyte, John, in the Ship Prudence and Mary, for Boston, Jacob 
Green, Comander. time out. 



August 2"^, 1679. 
Keith, Henry, in the Ship Yotmg William, for Virginia, Thomas 
Cornish, Comander. time out. 



November 2^th, 1679. 
Kew, Nicholas, in the Barq Resolution, for Antegua, Thomas Gilbert, 
Comander. security. 



February 17, 1678. 
Lynch, Nicholas, and Alice his wife, in the Barq Adventure, for 
Antegua, Christopher Berrow, Comand'- time out. 



March \Uh, 1679. [.?' 1678.J 
Lock, Ann, in the Ketch, William and Susan, for New England, 
Ralph Parker, Comander. time out. 



384 TICKETS GRANTED. 

March 20, 1679, [? 1678.] 
Lyttcot, Leonard, in the Ship Supply, for London, JOSEPH FREEMAN' 
Comander. security. 



April I, 1679. 
Lee, Henry, in the Ketch Unity, for Virginia, jAMES Rainy, 
Commander. time out. 



April ■yf, 1679. 
Lee, Henry, in the Ship Martin, for Newfoundland, CHRISTOPHER 
Martin, Comander. time out. 



April 16, 1679. 
Langley, William, in the Ship Brothers Adventure, for New York, 
John Sellock, Comander. time out. 



April 21, 1679. 
Lopes, Abraham, in the Ship Hope, for London, Joseph Ball; 
Comander. time out. 



April 22"^, 1679. 

LowTHER, Christopher, a servant belonging to Coll"- Henry Drax, 

in the Ship Honor, for London, Thomas Warren, Comander. 



May 12, 1679. 
Langton, Thomas, in the Ketch Prosperous, for Virginia, David Fogg, 
Comander. time out. 



May the 28, 1679. 
Lydiatt, Timothy, in the Ship William and John, for Boston, Samuell 
Legg, Comander. > time out. 



TICKETS GRANTED. 385 



June the if' 1679 
LONGSON William in the Ketch Jolin'sAduenture for Jamaica EDWARD 
WiNSLOW Comand'" security 



Jicly the if' 1679 
Lee Rich" in the Pinke Rebecca for Virginia Tl-IOMAS W"= Co- 
inander time out 



y^dy the 2^"'- 1679 
Leroux Jacob in the Ketch Dove for Antegua John Grafton 
Comand>" security 



August the S''^ 1679 
Lewgar John in the ship freindship for London JOHN WILLIAMS 
Comand'' time out 



August the 13''' 1679 
Ladson John in the Barq, Plantacoii for Carolina AsER Sharpe 
Comander time out 



Augtist the 28"'' 1679 
Lloyd John in the ship Barbados Mcirh" for Leward Islands 

time out 



September the 2^ 1679 
Langford Harry in the Ship Joseph for New Yorke Stephen Clay 
Coihander time out 



September the 15''' 1679 
Lynn Robert in the Ship Mallego Merch" for Londo RoGER Homer 
Comandr time out 

49 



386 TICKETS GRANTED. 



September the i6"' 1679 
Lynch Richard in the Sloop tme friendship for Nevis CHARLES 
Kallahane Comandi" time out 



October the 25''' 1679 
Lei; Henry in the Ship Happy retimie for Londo ISAAC Rand 
Comand"' security 

Nouember the 2\"' 1679 
LiLEURNE RlCH° in the Ketch Mary f Sarah for Prouidence GEORGE 
CONOWAY Comand'' security 



November the 29''' 1679 
Lynch Morgan in the Barq, resolution for Antegua THOMAS GiL' 
BERT Comand'' the said Lynch being a Seru" belonging to JOHN 
Codrington Esqi'. 

December the 22: 1679 
Lyne Christopher Esq'- in the Ship Recouery for Jamaica JamES 
Browne Comand'- 



December the 31. 1679 
Lopez Telles Abraham in the ship Recovery for Jamaica James 
Brown Comand'- time out 



January the 4''' 1678 
MaynaRD James a Seru" belonging to Mathew W"=- in the ship 
Old head of Kingsale for Lewd Robert Barker Comand 



jamiary the 2%"'- 1678 
Marshall Jarvis in the Ship James for New Yorke James Sweet- 
Land Comander time out 



TICKETS GRANTED. 387 



Feb'-y w"'- 1678 
Mastus Joseph and Martha Mastus in the Ship Patience for 
London THOMAS HUDSON Comandf time out 



March the \o"' 1679 [1678] 
Morris W" in the Ship Society for Boston W" Guard Comand'' 

time out 



March the \a,"' 1678 
Melony Timothy in the Ship Ann and Mary for Antegua John 
Johnson Comand'^ security 



March the 18''' 1678 
Morris Isaac in the Ketch Beglning for New Yorke W=^' PLAy 
Comandr time out 



March the 19''' 1678 
Maddox Jone in the Ketch Begining for New Yorke W" Plav 
Comand"" time out 



Aprill the f" 1679 
Mattson Benj'^ in the Ship John and Mary for Londo Edward 
Calcott Comand'' time out 



Aprill the 2,"' 1679 
Mannen Andrew in the Ship Mary for Carolina NICHOLAS LOCK- 
WOOD Comandi' time out 



Aprill the lo"" 1679 
Maul Thomas in the Ketch W"' t John for New England John 
Saunders Comand'' time out 

49—2 



388 TICKETS GRANTED. 

Aprill the if' 1679 
Major W" in the Barq, Blessing iox Prouidence FRANCIS Watlington 
Comander time out 



Aprill the 2%*'' 1679 
Mahony Daniell in the ship f7'dnds Adventure for Antegua John 
Long Comand'' time out 



Aprill the 25''^ 1679 
MiCHELL Rich" in the Ship Nathan^^ for Boston W" Clarke 
Comander security 



Aprill the 25 1679 
MiCHELL John jn the Ship Nathan'^ for Boston W" Clarke 
Comander time out 



May the 2,"' 1679 
Morgan John in the Ship Society for Bristol! EpMONP Pitty Cot 
mander time out 



May the?,"' iG'jq 
Maccmash Charles in the Ship Roe Buck for Londo W" Shafto 
Comander security 



May the 13'''' 1679 
Murphy Daniell in the Ship Industry for Bristoll James Porter 
Comander time out 



May the \\"'- 1679 
Morgan Thomas in the Ship Bachelor for Bristoll ROGER Bagg 
Comand"" time out 



TICKETS GRANTED, 389 



May the i^'^ 1679 
Magwaine Owen in the ship Industry for Bristol! James Porter 
Comandr time out 



May the if' 1679 
Mather George in the Ship Hannah and Elis" for Londo Rich" Fix 
Comandr security 



May the kj"' 1679 
Mason Sylam in the Ship W" t John for Boston Samuell Legg 
Comander time out 



May the 23'' 1679 
Marrow Cornelius f Katherine in the Ship Society for Bristoll 
Edmond Ditty Comander tirrie out 



May the 24" 1679 
MOSELY Richard in the Ship W'" f John for Boston Samuele 
Legg Comander time out 



May the 24'^' 1679 
Morgan Edward in the Ship Society for Bristoll Edmond Ditty 
Comander time out 



May the 24''' 1679 
Mahane John in the ship Industry for Bristoll James Porter 
Comand'' time out 



May the 28''' 1679 
Morrell Nicholas in the Ship Prudence and Mary for Boston JACOB 
Green Comander time out 



39° TICKETS GRANTED. 



May the 30''' 1679 
Macclahen Owen in the Ship Society for Bristol! Edmond Ditty 
Comander time out 



June the i'^"' 1679 
Mattson Mathew in the Ship Concord for Londo W" FOSTER 
Comander time out 



Jtme the 1 4''' 1679 
March Thomas, Mai^y f Sarah in the Ship Society for Bristoll 
Edmond Ditty Comandr time out 



July the f' 1679 
Maccenree John in the Pink Kebecca for VirginJEi Thomas W"^ 
Comand"" time out 



jfidy the 16'^' 1679 
Matthews George in the Pink Eliz"- for Boston John Bonner 
Comander time out 



yuly the 2V* 1679 
Mansell Robert in the Ship Ric¥ and Mary for New England 
Samuell Fitch Comandr security 



August the 12'* 1679 
Mahone James A Seruant belonging to Henry Quintyne Esqr in the 
Barq^ Flantacoii for Carolina AsER Sharpe Comand'' 



August the 13'^ 1679 
MaccDaniell Patrick in the Ketch Neptune for Virginia Joseph 
Knott Comand'' time out 



TICKETS GRANTED. 39* " 



August the 14.'^' 1679. 
MiDLETON Arthur in the Barq, Plantacoli for Carolina AsER 
Sharps Comand'" time out 



September the 16"' j6yg 
MOUNTACK Andrew in the Ship £tt2" for Holland Allexander 
Mattison Comandf security 



October the first 1679 
Maden Patrick in the Sloop true friendship for Antegua Charles 
Kallahane Comand'' time out 



October the 2'^ 1679 
Muskett W" in the Sloop RtMer for Jamaica EDWARD DUFFEILD 
Comander time out 



Odober the fourth 1679 
MelLOLY James in the Ship Virgin for Virginia ThO : AllUMBV 
Comander security 



October the f' 1679 
MOUNTAINE John in the Sloop true freindship for Antegua CHARLES 
Kallahane Comand'' security 



October the 25"' 1679 
MORECOCK Thomas in the Ship Happy rcturne for London Isaac 
Rand Comand'' security 



November the 21 1679 
ManerICK NATliANiELL in the Ketch Phoenix for Antegua Robert 
Flexny Comander security 



392 TICKETS GRANTED. 



December the 23'' 1679 
Marriott Robert in the Ship Recou&ry for Jamaica James Browne 
Comandr time out 



March the f' 1678 
NeuILL John in the ship Society for Boston W*' GUARD Comander 

time out 



Jiily the i^"' 1679 
Newton Abigall in the Ship EHz'^ for Boston John Bonner Co- 
mand"" time out 



yuly the 2 a'' 1679 
Needler John in the Pink Rebecca for Virginia THOMAS Williams 
Comand'' time out 



Augicst the 4''' 1679 
"Neagle Martin in the Ship Yoimg William for Virginia Thomas 
Cornish Comand'' time out 



September the 4''' 1679 
Neuill John in the Ship Pearle for Leward Islands Edward Peir- 
SON Comander security 



September y' iZ*'' 1679 
Nasy Daniell in the ship Hope for New England John Price 
Comander time out 



October the 14''' 1679 
Nuttall Thomas in the ship Happy returne for Londo Isaac Rand 
Comandi' time out 



TICKETS GRANTED. 393 

October 2nd, 1679. 

Oneal, Ann, in the Sloop Rutter, for Jamaica, EDWARD DUFFEILD, 

Comander. time out. 



November lotk, 1679. 
OldRIDGE, Abell, in the Sloop Hopewell, for Antegua, Wm. Murphy, 
Comander. time out. 



November 2otk, 1679. 
Ogle, John, in the Ketch Mary and Sarah, for Providence, George 
CONOWAY, Comander. security. 



November 24//^, 1679. 
Osburne, Robert, a servant belonging to Richard LiLBURNE, in y= 
Ketch Mary and Sarah, for Providence, George CONWAY, Co- 
mander. 



Jamiary 13, 1678. 
Paty, Eliz*' in the Ship Joseph and A nn, for Carolina, Samuell Evans, 
Commander. time out. 



February 21, 1678. 
Peirce, John, in the Ship Judith, for London, ROBERT KiNGSLAND, 
Comander. time out. 



February 2%th, 1678. 
Pearson, John, in the Ship Samuell, for London, John Clarke, 
Comander. 



March 3, 1678. 
Piper, William, in the Ship begining, for Virginia, Thomas Bossin- 
GER, Comander. time out. 

50 



394 TICKETS GRANTED. 

March 2,rd, 1678. 
PerrIN, Margarett, in the Ship ArtAur, for London, HENRY COSKER, 
Comander. security. 



March 5, 1678. 
Perwidge, Job, in the Ship Expedition, for Virginia, JOHN Harding, 
Comander. time out. 



March 13, 1678. 
Pile, William, in the Barq Susanna, for Carolina, Hugh Babell, 
Comander. time out 



March 21, 1678. 
Parris, Owen, in the Barq Joieph, for Saltertudos, Stephen Clay, 
Comander. security. 



March 28, 1679. 
Perwidg, Job, in the Ship Endeavour, for London, James Gilbert, 
Comander. renewed. 



April I, 1679. 
Pead, Thomas, in the Keatch Swallow, for Road Island, JOSEPH 
Hardy, Comander. time out. 



April ^th, 1679. 
Plumer, John, in the "&zx(\ May fflower, for Providence, Edward 
Hubbert, Comander. time out. 



April 5, 1679. 
Peniston, Samuell, in the Barq May fflower, for Providence, Edward 
Hubbart, Comander. time out. 



TICKETS GRANTED. 395 

April 16 tk, 1679. 

Primatt, Humphry, in the Honor, for London, Thomas Warren, 

Comander. security. 



April i6th, 1679. 
POLEGREEN, JOHN, in the Ship Honor, for London, Thomas Warren, 
Comander. security. 



April 22, 1679. 
Pope, Charles, in the Ship Honor, for London, Thomas Warren' 
Comander. time out. 



April 22, 1679. 
Penniman, Jane, in the Ship Honor, for London, Thomas Warren, 
Comander. time out. 



April 25, 1679. 
PiDDOCK, Wm., in the Ship Freind's Adventure, for London, EDWARD 
Blades, Comander. time out- 



April 28, 1679. 
Poslett, Richard, in the Ship Conclusion, for London, W"- Seeding, 
Comander. time out. 



May the 2nd, 1679. 
PiNKE, John, in the Ketch Prosperous, for Virginia, DAVID FOGG, 
Comander. time out. 



May Wi, 1679. 
Parsones, Francis, in the Ship Concord, for London, James Strutt, 
Comander. time out. 

50—2 



396 TICKETS GRANTED. 

May 13, 1679. 
Pottle, Christopher, in the Pink Dymond, for Topsham, Ezekiah 
Vass, Comander. " time out. 



May 14, 1679. 
Price, John, in the Ship Bachelor,iox Bristoll, ROGER Bagg, Comander, 

time out. 



May 19, 1679. 
Price, John, in the Ship Bachelor, for Bristoll, ROGER Bagg, Comander. 

time out. 



May 19, 1679. 
Pemmell, Thomas, in the Ship Rose and Crown, for London, Thomas 
Crofts, Comander. time out. 



^ujte i6th, 1679. 
Platt, John, in the Ketch Joseph, for New Yorke, Abraham Knott, 
Comander. time out. 



yune 17, 1679. 
Pechey, Lambert, in the Ship Ruth, for London, Wm. Taylor, 
Comander. time out. 



yune 2'ith, 1679. 
Phillips, Eliazer, in the Ship Providence, for Boston, TIMOTHY Prout, 
Comander. time out. 



July 22nd, 1679. 
Pearshouse, Chester, in the Pink Rebecca, for Virginia, Thomas 
W'^-, Comander. time out. 



TICKETS GRANTED. 397 

July 2f)ih, iS'jg. 

Poor, Miles, in the Ketch Dove, for Antegua, John Grafton, 

Comander. time out. 



August qtk, 1679. 
Powell, Arthur, in the Ship Friendship, for London, John Williams, 
Comander. 



August l8tA, 1679. 
Poor, Mary, a servant belonging to M"'- Wm. Bulkley, in the Ketch 
Neptune, for Virginia, JOSEPH Knott, Comander. 



August igtk, 1679. 
PiCKFORD, Robert, in the Ketch Neptune, for Virginia, JOSEPH Knott, 
Comander. time out. 



September 1st, 1679. 
Pollard, Joseph, in the Pinke Trent, for Boston, George Munjoy, 
Comander. time out. 



September \th, 1679. 
PiCKFORD, Robert, in the Ship Pearle, Edw- Peirson, Comander 
for Leward Islands. renewed. 



September %th, 1679. 
Pendleton, Mary, in the Ship Trent, for Boston, George Munjoy, 
Comander. time out. 



September 15, 1679. 
PiLSON, Edward, in the Ship Hope, for New England, JOHN Price, 
Comander. time out. 



398 TICKETS GRANTED. 

October 1 1, 1679. 
PORTMAN, Christopher, in the Ship Endeavor, Tor Carolina, Thomas 
Shaw, Comander. time out. 



October nth, 1679. 
Popple, Magnus, in the Sloop Endeavor, for Carolina, Thomas Shaw, 
Comander. time out. 



October 2gtk, 1679. 
Parker, John, a servant belonging to Coll°- Christopher Codring- 
TON, in the Barq Dove, for Nevis, Anthony Jennor, Comander. 



October 2gth, 1679. 
Page, John, a servant belonging to Coll°- Chr. Codrington, in the 
Barq Dove, for Nevis, Anthony Jenour, Comander. 



November 27, 1679. 
Parris, Owen, in the Barq Resolution, for Antegua, Thomas Gilbert, 
Comander. time out. 



December 23^0^, 1679. 
Persivall, Andrew, in the Ship Ann and jane, for London, RICHARD 
RattfoRD, Comander. security. 



March i2,th, 1678. 
QUERK, John, a servant belonging to Thomas Allen, in the Ketch 
William and Susan, for New England, Ralph Parker, Comander. 



August 12, 1679. 
Quintyne, Richard, in the Barq Plantafon, for Carolina, ASER 
Sharpe, Comander. time out. 



TICKETS GRANTED. 399 

February 25, 1678. 
Rose, Christopher, in the Ship Patience, for London, Thonas Hud- 
son, Comander. security. 



February 27, 1678. 
ROYDON, Wm., in the Constant Warwick Friggott, for London, Cap'- 
Ralph Delavall, Comander. time out. 



March 3, 1678. 
Ryder, Symon, a servant belonging to George Moor, in the Ship 
Vineyard, for Virginia, HENRY Perrin, Comander. 



March 3, 1678. 
Roane, Bancks, in the Sloop Hunter, for Surranam, WALTER Assu- 
eros, Comander. time out. 



March 12, 1678. 
Robinson, Allexander, in the Ship ^«« and Mary, for Antegua, John 
Johnson, Comander. security. 



March 21, 1678. 
Ross, William, in the Ketch W"- and Susan, for New England, Ralph 
Parker, Comander. time out 



March 26, 1679. 
Roberts, Wm., in the Pinke Endeavor, for London, James Gilbert, 
Comander. time out. 



April 2nd, 1679. 
Ridley, George, in the Sloop Rutter, for Jamaica, Edw°- Duffeild, 
Comander. time out. 



4O0 TICKETS GRANTED. 

April I2tk, 1679. 
Row, Lawrence, in the Ship Robert, for Boston, Nathan Hayman, 
Comander. time out. 



April \<^th, 1679. 
Roth, Richard, in the Ship Recovery, for New Yorke, Thomas 
Chinery, Comander. time out. 



April 2pth, 1679. 
Remnant, James, and Jone his wife, in the Ship Industry, for Bristol!, 
James Porter, Comander. time out. 



May the 6th, 1679. 
Rainy, Luke, a servant belonging to M""- Henry Aplewhite, in the 
Ketch Prosperous, for Virginia, David Fogg, Comander. 



May iT)th, 1679. 
RiCHBELL, Richard, in the Ship Experimentt, for London, Allen Cock, 
Comander. security. 



May 19, 1639. 
Ravenscroft, Benjamin, in the Ship Rose and Crowne, for London, 
Thomas Crofts, Comander. time out. 



May 20th, 1679. 
Remnant, James and Jone, in the Ship New Concord, for London, 
James Strutt, Commander. renewed. 



May 24, 1679. 
[Ricord, Charles, in the Ship Society, for Bristoll, Edmond Ditty, 
Comander. time out.] 



TICKETS GRANTED, 401 



May the iZ"' 1679 
Rainsford Edward in the Ship W'" f John for Boston Samuell 
Legg Comand'' time out 



May tJie 28''' 1679 
Russell Edward in the Ship W'" ^ John for Boston Samuell 
Legg Comand'' time out 



May the 28''' 1679 
RiCHBELL Robert in the Ship W'" f John forBoston SAMUELL Legg 
Gomander tinie out 



Jiine the 28"^ 1679 
Rich Robert Senior in the Ship Amity for London Benj^ Groves 
Comander tipie out 



JtUy the first 1679 
RiCHBELL John in the ship Prouidence for Boston TIMOTHY Prout 
Comander security 



July the 10'* 1679 
Rule Thomas in the Pinke Rebecca for Virginia Tho: Williams 
Comander time out 



July the if' i6^g 
Rudge Thomas in the Briganteen Brother's Aduent7ire for New Yorke 
Robert Darkin Comand^ security 



\yuly the 21 1679 
Richard James in the Pinke Rebecca for Virginia Thomas Williams 
Comand'- time out] 

51 



402 TICKETS. GRANTED. 

Atigust the third 1679 
Rice James and John in the Ship Young W'" for Virginia Thomas 
Cornish Comand'' time out 



August f 15''' 1679 
Rich Robert in the ship Postilion for New England John Praul 
Comand'' security 



Aiigtist f 1^"' 1679 
RUDLE Robert in the Ship John and Henry for Bristoll THOMAS 
Cades Comander tinie out 



September the 4'^ 1679 

ROEOTHAM William in the Ship Josep/i for New Yorke STEPHEN 

, Clay Comand^ a serv" belonging to Collo Sam'-'- Newton . . 



Nouember the third 1679 
Reddin Katherine a Serv" belonging to Martin Hayes for 
Jamaica in the Barq, Adttenture EdW Duffeild Comander 



jfunuary the fourteenth 1678 
Slaughter William a Serv" belonging to John Jennings in the 
ship Joseph f Ann for Carolina Sam"-"- Euans Comand^ 



yanuary the 14"' 168 [1678] 
Serjeant Rich" in the Ship Joseph and Ann for Carolina Samuell 
Evans Comander security 

January the 2%"^ 1678 
Smith Phillip in the Ship James for New Yorke W" Sweetland 
Comand"^ time out 



TICKETS GJi ANTED. 403 



February the ii^'' 1678 
Symons Samuell in the Ship James for New Yorke W" SWEETLAND 
Comand"' time out 



February the 13: 1678 
Stockley John and Mary in the ship two Brothers for Jamaica 
Rice Jefferys Comander time out 



February the 13'''' 1678 
Sherwood Samuell in the ship Tzvo Brothers for Jamaica kicfe 
Jefferys Comand'' time out 



February the if' 1678 
StEEL Mary in the ship Merch'^ Bohnduentiire for Ldndoil W" Buck- 
LEY Comand' time out 



February the 25''' 1678 
Smith Hester in the Barq, Plantacon for Cdiroliria AsER SharpE 
Comand' time out 



March the?,"' 1678 
StoaKES MlcriA£LL in the Ship Society for Bostoh WiLLIAM GUARD 
Comander time out 



March the 11"' iS']?, 
Stacy W in the Ship Society for Boston W" GUARD Comand"" 

time out 



March the 12"' 1678 
Smith Edward in the Barq, Stcsannah for Carolina Hugh Babell 
Comander security 

51—2 



404 TICKETS GRANTED. 

March the i%"' 1678 
Sanders Benj^ in the Ketch begining for New Yorke W" Play 
Comandi' time out 



March the 26"' 1679 
Steel Mary* in the Ship Supply for London JOSEPH FREEMAN 
Comand'^ renewed 



March the 29''' 1679 
Sailes Rich" in the Ketch Swallow for New England JOSEPH 
Hardy Comander time out 



March the 31'' 1679 
Sewer John in the ship John and Thomas for Prouidence THOMAS 
JENOUR Comander time out 



March the 31^' 1679 
Scott Benj'^ in the Ship Expedition for Lond^^ JdHN Marding 
Comandi- time out 



A prill the first 1679 
SMiTh W" in the Ketch Unity for Virginia JAMES RAiNt Cotnandf 

time out 

Aprill the 3"^ 1679 
Salt SaMUELL in the Ship Change for London W" KiNG Comandef 

time out 



Aprill the 12"'' 1679 
SANblFORD HEi^kY in the ship Robert for Boston NATHAN Hayman 
Comahder time out 



[See under date Feb, 17, in previous page.] 



TICKETS GRANTED. 40S 

Aprill the 15" 1679 

Sfrane Almons in the Ship Eli^ for Neuis PETER Major 

Comand'' time out 



Aprill the 19"' 1679 
Stephens Nathaniell in the Ship Recouery for New Yorke THOMAS 
Chinery Comander time out 



Aprill the 19''' 1679 
Sedgwick Ralph in the Ketch Unity for Virginia James Rainy 
Comander time out 



Aprill ih-e 22'' 1679 
Spicer SaMUELL in the Ship Hope for London JoSEPti BalL 
Comander timeout 



Aprill the 26"'' 1679 
Smith Margerett a Seru" belonging to Thomas Doxey in the Ship 
brothers Adueiiture for New Yorke jNo Selleck Conir 



Aprill the 2Z"' 1679 
SnAcknell Rich" in the Ship Natha7i" for Boston W" Clarke 
Comandr tirile out 



May the 2^ 1679 
SouthwoRTH Francis in the Ketch Prosperous for Virginia Dauid 
Fogg Comander time out 



May the fifth 1679 
Stapleton Walter in the Ship Society for Bristol! EdmOND Ditty 
Comander time out 



4o6 TICKETS GRANTED. 

May the \o"' 1679 
Stanton Pearce in the Barq, Resolution for Antegua JOHN INGLE- 
BEE Comand"" time out 



May the ii"' 1679 
Short Walter in the Ship Bachelor for Bristoll ROGER Bagg 
Comandr time out 



May the 14" 1679 
SkahANE Teige in the Ship Industry for Bristoll JAMES PoRTER 
Comand"^ time out 



May the i/i^"'- 1679 
Smith Isaac in the Ship Stipply for Boston John Mellowes 
Comand"" time out 



May the 19''' 1679 
SAndome Rich" in the Ship Swallow for Leuerpoole Tho With- 
ingtun Ctiinander time out 



May the iq"' 1679 
Smith William in the Ship New Concord for Londo JAMES STRUTt 
Comand"" time out 



May the 20''' 1679 
Stephens Sylvester in the Ketch Nkh" ^ Rebecca . {or l^evi Yorke 
Nicholas Blake Comand^- time out 



May the 22-^ 1679 
Sherland John jun' in the Ship Prudence and Mary for Boston 
Jacob Green Comand'" tin^e but 



TICKETS GRANTED. 407 



May the 28"' 1679 
Serfatty Joshua in the Ship Morneing Starr for Surranam John 
Uanderspike Comand'' security 



May the 29'* 1679 
Sparkes Samuell in the Ship W'" C John for Boston Sam'-'- Legg 
Comand'' time out 



May the 29'* 1679 
Salter Rich in the Ketch W'" t John for Boston Sam'-'- Legg 
Comander time out 



yune the 2^"' 1679 
Sutton John in the ship Prosperous for Londo THOMAS WOOD- 
COCK Comand^ time out 



July the 9" 1679 
Smith Thomas in the Ship Bachelor for London W" Knott Co- 
mander time out 



yuly the 15''' 1679 
Scott Thomas in the Pink Rebecca for Virginia THOMAS WILLIAMS 
Comander time out 



July the 22'' 1679 
Stannadge Thomas in the Pinke Rebecca for Virginia Thomas 
Williams Comand^^ time out 



July the 22'' 1679 

Strause Elias in the Ship Experim" for London Thomas Aubony 
Comand'" .time out 



4o8 TICKETS GRANTED, 



August the 2^ 1679 
Stone John in the ship Bachelors Delight for Lond^ Robert 
Greenway Comander time out 



August the \(>*'' 1679 

Sealy Henry in the Ketch Neptune for Virginia Joseph Knott 
Comand'' time out 



Aiigust the 16"" 1679 
Smith Thurlo a Serv" belonging to Henry Sealy in the Keatch 
Neptune for Virginia JOSEPH Knott Comand"" 



September the i (>*'' 1 679 
Sone George in the Barq, Blessing for Burmudos FRANCIS Watling- 
TON Comander security 



September the 20" 1679 
Stanley Robert in the Ship Malligo Merck" for London Roger 
Homer Comander time out 



September the 22'' 1679 
Seaman Thomas in the Ship Thomas f Sarah for London James 
Day Comander time out 



October the first. 1679 
Short Martha in the Ship Barbados Merch" for Virginia James 
Cock Comand. time out 



October the first 1679 
Sandford John in the Ship Barbados Meixh" for Virginia James 
Cock Comand"- tinie out 



TICKETS GRANTED. 409 



October the 2"^ 1679 
Searle Rich° a Serv" belonging to jAMES COATES in the Sloop 
Rjittcr for Jamaica Edw° Duffeild Comand"' 



October the f' 1679 
SwiNNY Thomas in the Sloop true friendship for Antego Charles 
Kallahane Comander security 



October the 29''' 1679 
Senior Jacob in the Barq, Dotte for Neuis Anthony Jenour 
Comand'' security 

October the 2()"' 1679 
Smith John a Serv" belonging to Coll<^ Christopher Codrington 
in the Barq, Done for Nevis Antho Jenor 



Notiember the 3*^ 1679 
Sweeting Rich° in the Barq, Aduenture for Jamaica Edward 
Duffeild Comander time out 



Nouember the 6'''' 1679 
SiDDY Henry in the Barq, Aditeiiiure for Jamaica EDWARD DUF- 
FEILD Comandr security 



Nouember the f" 1679 
Salter George in the Sloop Hopewell for Antegua W" Murphy 
Comand"" time out 



Nouember the 29''' 1679 
Spittle Robert in the Sloop Kathcrine for Antegua Andrew Gall 
Comand^ time out 

52 



410 TICKETS GRANTED. 



December the 15''' 1679 
Sidney John in the Ship Lawell for Lew* Robert Oxe Comand' 

security 



December the 22'^ 1679 
Smith John in the Ship Ann and Jane for Lond° RlCH° Ratt- 
FORD Coraander time out 



December the 24''* 1679 
Smart John in the ship Ann f Jane for Londo RlCH° Ratt- 
FORD Comander security 



December 2/\"' 1679 
Sherwin John in the Ship Ann f Jane for Lond° RICH" Ratt- 
FORD Comander security 



December the 24'''' 1679 
SiNDRY John in the ship Recoiiery for Jamaica James Browne 
Comander time out 



December the 30''' 1679 
SWANLEY Robert in the Ship Ann and Jane for London RlCH° 
Rattford Comander time out 



December the 31^' 1679 
Sharpe Mary in the Ship Recovery for Jamaica James Browne 
Comandr time out 



February the 21'' 1678 
Travis Richard in the Ship Fellowship for Antegua Thomas Pim 
Comandr time out 



TICKETS GRANTED. 411 



March the first 1678: 
TiPPIN John in the Constant Warwick Friggott for London Cap' 
Ralph Delavall Comander time out 



Aprill the w"' 1679 
TiNICO Jacob in the Ketch W'" and John for New England JOHN 
Sanders Comander time out 



Aprill the i^"' 1679 
TOOLES Morgan in the Ship Freinds Aduentnre for London EDWARD 
Blades Comander time out 



Aprill the 25''' 1679 
Thornton W" in the ship Freinds Adventnre for Londo EDWARD 
Blades Comander time out 



Aprill the 22,'^ 1679 
Townsend Richard in the Ship Nathan'^ for Boston W" Clarke 
Comander time out 



Aprill the 2q: 1679 
Turner John in the ship Nathaniell for Boston W" Clarke 
Comander time out 



May the lo*'' 1679 
Terry Christopher jun^ in the Ship Experiment for London 
Allan Cock Comander time out 



May the 24''' 1679 
Thomas George in the Ship Prudence and Mary for Boston Jacob 
Green Comander time out 

52—2 



412 TICKETS GRANTED. 



yuiie the 26: 1679 
Teage John in the ship Freindship for London JOHN WILLIAMS 
Comander time out 



Jidy the ii"' 1679 
ToLLO Demeuerez Lewis in the ship BacMor for Lond" W« Knott 
Comander time out 



July the if le'jg^ 
Thayer Nathaniell in the ship Society for Boston W" GUARD 
Coimander time out 



August the 16'^' 1679 
TUrOALL John in the Ketch Neptune for Virginia JOSEPH Knott; 
Goniandi' a Serv" belonging to Henry Sealy 



September f 18''' 1679 
Tapper Thomas in the ship Malligo Merck'' Roger Homer Co-j 
mander for London time out 



NouembeV the f' 1679 
TREMILI.S W" in the Sloop Hopewell for Anteglia -W" MuRPHY 
Comander time out 



December the 11*'' 1679 
Thorpe John in the ship Ann and Jane for London RlCH" RatT- 
FORD Comander time out 



March the lo'-^ 1678 
ViNER Anthony in the Ship James for Antegua PAUL Crean 
Comander time out 



TICKETS GRANTED. 413 



May the 2'' 1679 
V^AUX John in the Ship Roe Buck for London W»' ShaftO Co- 
mander time out 



July the 16" 1679 
Verin NathanieLL in the Pink Rebecca for Virginia THOMAS 
Williams Coiiiander time out 



Nommber f %*''■ 1679 
UrqUHART Allexander in the Sloop Hopeivell for Antegua W" 
Murphy Comander time out 



December y 24.' 1679 
Vernon Peter in the ship Ann and Jane for Lond" Rich^Ratt- 
FORD Comander security 



-.:.-. ' .-- ■ . January the /it"' \t']% 

Williams Matthew in the Ship Old Jiead of Kingsale for Leward 
Robert Barker Comander time out 



February 11"' 1678 
Willis Henry in the Ship Dilligence for Boston Jeremiah Jacson 
Comander time out 



Febru^.ry the if^' i6y8 
Wills John in the ship Endeatwnr for Virginia ABRAHAM NEWMAN 
Comandf time out 



March the 10*^' 1678 
Weltden Anthony in the Ship Society for Boston W" Guard 
Comander security 



414 TICKETS GRANTED. 



March the 12''' 1678 
Whiteliff George in the Ship Samaritan for Leverpool VALENTINE 
TRIm [? Trimmer] Comand' security 



March the ig"^ 1678 
Whittee Mary. in the Ketch begining for New Yorke W« Play 
Comand"" time out 



March the ig*'' 1679 [1678] 
Wright Robert and Mary in the Ketch begining for New Yorke 
W" Play Comandr time out 



March the 2 V' 1678 
WiLKS NathaNIELL in the ship Merch" Bonadventure for London 
W" Buckley Comander security 



March the 27*'' 1679 
Wright Rich° in the Ketch Mary and Sarah for Carolina GEORGE 
CONOWAY Comandf time out 



March the 31'' 1679 
Whitefoot Amos in the ship Robert for Boston Nathan Hayman 
Comandf time out 



Aprill the \o"' 1679 
Wilkinson DanIell in the Barq, Resolution for Prouidence Daniell 
ACKLIN Comandr ye said Wilkinson a Seru" belonging to 
Robert Hall 



Aprill the 15''' 1679 
Webster Henry in the ship Robert for Boston Nathan Hayman 
Gomandf time out 



TICKETS GRANTED. 415 

Aprill the 19"' 1679 

VViLSE Francis in the ship Hope for Londo JOSEPH Ball Co- 

mand'' time out 



Aprill the 2 6""' 1679 
Webster Edward in the Ship Nathan'^ for Boston W" Clarke 
Comand'' time out 



Aprill the 26'^ 1679 
WiLKiNS John in the ship Nathan'"' for Boston W" Clarke 
Comander time out 



Aprill the 2(>"' 1679 
Williams Symon in the ship Francis for Leward Peter Jefferys 
Comander security 



May the 2'' 1679 
Whitfeild Mathew in the Ketch Prosperous for Virginia David 
Fogg Comand"^ time out 



May the 5''' 1679 
Wheeler W" in the Sloop Bachelor for Leward Peter Swaine 
Comander time out 



May theV" 1679 
WiNGATT John in the Ketch Prosperous for Virginia David Fogg 
Comandt time out 



May the 20'* 1679 
Wickham Benj* in the Barq, Resolution for Antegoa John Inglebe 
Comandr security 



4i6 TICKETS GRANTED. 



May the 26"" 1679 
Whiteing W»' in the ship Frauds and Susan for Boston PHILLIP 
K.NELL Comander time out 



May the 26"'' 1679 
Wattkins Phillip in the ship Prudence and Mary for Boston 
Jacob Green Comander time out 



June the 18'^ 1679 
Wolfe Emanuell in the Ship Tlwmas and Susan for Boston David 
Edwards Comand"^ security 



Jtme the \Z"' 1679 
Wood James in the ship Thomas and Sttsan for Boston Dauid 
Edw°^ Comandf time out 



ytily the 15''' 1679 
Willson W" in the Barq, Rebecca for Virginia Tho Williams 
Comand"^ time out 



July the 18'* 1679 
Welch Edmond a Seru" belonging to JOHN HOPCROFT in the Pink 
Rebecca for Virginia Tho: W"^ Comander 



Atcgust the first 1679 
Wheeler John juni^ in the Ship Returne for New Engt^ Thomas 
Harvey Comand"" security 



August the i()"' i6'j() 
Wolfinden Jeremiah in the Sloop i7'ue freindship for Nevis 
Charles Kallahane Comandr time out 



TICKETS GRANTED. 417 



August f 22>"' l6'J() 
Wheler Christopher in the Ship Robert for London RiCH° CocK 
Comander security 



September the first 1679 
WiCKHAM Eliza {„ the Sloop John f Francis for Antegua John 
Howard Comander time out 



September the first 1679 
WesTBURY Thomas in the Ship Barbados Merck" for LeW^ Islands 
Edward Griffin Comand"^ time out 



September the 2f 1679 
Watlington Mary in the Sloop John f Frances for Antegua 
John Howard Comand' time out 



September the 16'* 1679 
Weaver Thomas in the Ship Mallego Merck" for London Roger 
Homer Comander time out 



September y' 22 1679 
Woodcock Tho: in the ship Thomas f Sarah for Lond° James 
Day Comand' time out 



October the t"' 1679 
WlCiCHAM Thomas in the Sloop Tnie freindship for Antegoa 
Charles Kallahane Comand"^ security 



October f f" 1679 
Wall Samuell in the Sloop irite freindship for Antegua Charles 
Kallahane Comand'^ security 



October y' %"' 1679 
WiLLOUGHBY OLIVER in the Sloop Africa for Antegoa Anthony 
Burgess Comand"^ security 

53 



4,8 TICKETS GRANTED. 

October f if' 1679 
Wilde W" in the Ship Happy Returne for Loiid" Isaac Rand 
Comand' ti-^e out 

October f 24''' 1679 
WainWRIGHT James in the ship Happy Returne for London ISAAC 
Rand Comand'- time out 

Nouember y' first 1679 
Whitehead Joseph in the Ship Three Brothers for New Yorke Peter 
Boss Comand"" security 

Noiiemb" y' f 1679 
Williams Arthur in the Sloop Hopewell for Antegua W" Murphy 
Comand' time out 

Decemlf f 6""- 1679 
Warner NathanIell in the Sloop Unity for Jamaica LAWRENCE 
SluCE Coniander time out 

May the 2^ 1679 
liTATES Thomas A Seru" belonging to Fran: SoUTHWORTii in the 
Keatch Prosperous for Virginia Dauid Fogg Comd; 

July f 18''' 1679 
Young Mathew in the- Pink Rebecca for Virginia THOMAS Wil- 
liams Comand' time out 

Nouemb" f 4''' 1679 
Yarwood Thomas in the Barqj Endeavor for Carolina THOMAS ShaW 
Comand' time out 

Total of Men 523 

Total of Women 60 

In all „ 583 



BARBADOES. 



■.PARISH REGISTERS :— BIRTHS AND DEATHS, 
LISTS OF INHABITANTS, LANDED PROPRIE- 
TORS, SERVANTS, &c. 

1678 — 1679.] 



53—2 



[PARISH REGISTERS.] 



Barbados 



The Parish of 
S* Michaels. 



APTISMS. 



1678 

March 31. JoiCE y= daughter of Charls & Margaret Yates. 

Thomas y' Son of Henry & Anne Smith. 
April. 2. Esther y= daughter of Francis & Elisabeth Hall. 
16. Mary y= daughter of Caleb & Elisabeth Powel. 
25. Mary y= daughter of Jane Scot. 

Lovel y= Son of John & Elinor Hobcraft. 
Jane y= daughter of JONE Davis. 
May. 5. Mary y= daughter of William & Mary Standon. 
7. Susanna y^ daughter of John & Anne Hall. 
15. William y= Son of Steven & Margaret Lansdale. 
19. - Mary y= daughter of Francis & Katharine Harping. 
David y= Son of John & Elisabeth Murral. 

19. John y= Son of Richard & Elisabeth Perkin. 
Edward y= Son of Thomas & Katharine Prout. 

20. Edward y= Son of Edward & Hannah Matthews. 

28. Richard y Son of Maj' Thomas Jelly & Mary his Wife. 
June. 3. Margaret y= daughter of M' John Crisp & Sarah his wife. 



433 PARISH REGISTERS: ■ 

1678. 

June. 9. William y Son of William & Margaret Stickland. 
Elisabeth y« daughter of John & Elisabeth Gosnel. 
Katharin y» daughter of SiMON & Ann Williams, 
Christian Negroes. 
1 6. Elisabeth y« daughter of Ursula Pease. 

Mary y« daughter of JOHN & JUDITH SMITH. 

20. Andrew y=" Son of Andrew & Sarah Godfrey. 

24. Arthur, y' Son pf Richard & Sarah Mendam. 

25. Petronilia y' daughter of Georg & Elisabeth Parr. 
28. Ann y' daughter of Thomas & Elisabeth Clark. 

July. 25. Hannah y= daughter of D"^ John Springham, & Sarah 
his wife. . 

26. Jane y' daughter of M' SAMUEL Shenton & Grace his wife. 
August. 9. William y« Son of Stephen & Margaret Landsdale. 

19. Mary y= daughter of Nicholas & Elisabeth Maynard. 
Lake y= Son of Capt Will. Marshal. 

21. Clement y« Son of Robert & Rebecca Laniere. 

25. Elisabeth y= daughter of John & Susanna Newport. 
September. 7. Frances y= daughter of M' Robert Codrington & 

Elisabeth his Wife. 
8. William y' Son of Robert & Mary Ellis. 

22. Hannah y' daughter of John & Mary Liswel. 

26. Thomas y= Son of Richard & Elen White. 
28. David y= Son of Hugh & Jane Davis. 

October. 7. Christopher y« Son of Major John Hallet & . Mary 
his Wife. 

13. John y= Son of John & Margaret Awman, 
Edward y= Son of Brasil & Rebeccah Benfield. 

14. Elisabeth y= daughter of M' Thomas Pierce & Elisa- 

beth his Wife. 
20. Mary y= daughter of M'^ JOHN SMITH & Philippa his Wife, 
Sarah y= daughter of SAMUEL & Sarah hh \Y'Ae *Perrot. 
November. 3. Mary y= daughter of Thomas & Ann Kanniday. 

* [Thus crossed through in the original.] 



PARISH REGISTERS. \n 



1678. 



November. 10. Peter, alias Thomas y= Son of Robert & Jane Porter. 

1 1. Jonathan y= Son of Jonathan & Sarah Peach. 

14. Edward y<= Son of M"' Nathaniel Brancicer & Mary 

his Wife. 
17. Elisabeth y= daughter of Jacob & Priscilla Allen. 
December. 8. Richard y= Son of John & Mary Butcher. 

12. Francis y= Son of M'' Francis Bond & Elisabeth his 

Wife. 

13. William y= Son of William & Ann Paris. 

15. Thomas y= Son of Daniel & Elisabeth Frisel. 

17. Elisabeth y= daughter of M' William Barns & Sarah 
his Wife. 

22. Ann y= daughter of Nicholas & Dorcas Willoughby, 
27. John y= Son of Stephen & Elisabeth Cornish. 
Ann y= daughter of John & Mary Harwood. 
January, i. WiLLiAM y' Son of William & Margaret Roper, 
John y« Son of Lawrence & Mary England. 
8. Thomas y= Son of M"^ Thomas Fergusson & Elisabeth 

his Wife. 
9i Thomas y= Son of John & Elisabeth Willis. 
12. Katharin y= daughter of M" John Sutton & Mary 
his Wife. 

14. Charls y= Son of CharLS Cavenaugh. 

20. Nicholas y= Son of Archibald & Frances Macquin. 

22. John y= Son of Milliard Holdip & Frances his Wife. 
February. 6. DOROTHY & Thomasin y= daughters of Capt. THOMAS 

Morris & Sarah his Wife. 
Roger y= Son of M'' Rogers & Mary his Wife. 
g. Elisabeth y= daughter of M'^ Georg Cheney & Mary 
his Wife. 

23. Samuel y« Son of Francis & Mary Thatcher. 

27, Elisabeth y" daughter of Roger Cowley Esq"", & 
Susanna his Wife. 
March. 6. FRANCIS y= Son of Capt. FRANCIS Burton & JuDITH his 
Wife. 



424 PARISH REGISTERS. 



1678. 

March. 13. Sarah y' daughter of Charls &' Martha Leigh. 

19. Rebecca y= daughter of Nicholas Prideaux & Rebecca 

his Wife. 
22. Frances y= daughter of M"' John Ogilby & Elisabeth 
his Wife. 

Ann y= daughter of Daniel & Barbara Lawrence, 

James y= Son of John & Elenor Fitzgerard. 

John y= Son of John & Susanna Crag. 

Cornelius y^ Son of John & Susanna Mackennv. 

Abraham y= Son of Thomas & Mary Hawkins. 

Alice y= daughter of Thomas & Bridget Johnson. 

Joseph y"= Son of Georg & Hannah Oats. 

Giles y' Son of Giles & Mary Eldridg. 

John y Son of M'- John Steward & Margaret his Wife, 

Thomas y" Son of Mary King. 

John y= Son of Anthony & Elisabeth Suillivant. 

Matthew y= Son of Francis & Thomasin Christian, 

Thomas y« Son of John & Jane Janes, 

John y= Son of Thomas & Jane West. 

William y= Son of William & Elisabeth Herbert, 

Elisabeth Erpey. 

Thomas y= Son of Daniel & Sarah Gun. 

Mary y= daughter of Martha Turner. 

Edward y= Son of Jeffry & Priscilla Batley. 

Henry y« Son of Ann Smith, Wid. 
August. 5. Elisabeth y daughter of M-- Richard Bunny and 
Hannah his Wife. 
10. Timothy y= Son of Timothy & Margaret Ennys 

Nicholas y= Son of Nicholas & Margaret Morrel. 

Darby y= Son of Lanthil & Mary Halloway. 
17. Susanna y' daughter of Robert & Elisabeth Pain. 

Elisabeth y= daughter of John & Margaret Tine. 
22. Edwyn y= Son of Edwyn Steed Esq"- & Calia his Wife. 
26. Mundusia y« daughter of JOHN & ELISABETH Smith. 
28. Elisabeth y" daughter of M'' Robert & Susanna Beckles. 



1679 


23. 
30. 


April 


.13- 




14- 




19. 


May. 


25- 

13- 


June, 


■ 3- 




4- 
8. 




16. 




22. 


July. 


IS- 




24- 




25- 




27. 




29. 



PARISH REGISTERS, 



42s 



1679. 

September. 2. Mary y" daughter of Andrew & Mary Main. 
S. William y" Son of Leonard & Ann Robinson. 
10. Esther y= daughter of Edmund & Elisabeth Morgan. 
12. GEORGy' Son of Capt. Francis Burton& Judith his Wife. 
21. Elisabeth & Margaret y= daughters of M' Benjamin 

& Margaret Matson. 
25. Margaret y' daughter of M' Thomas & Margaret Dod- 



107. 



Barbados 
^URIALS. 



The Parish of 
S* Michaels. 



1678 



March 26"^ John Swan Master of y'//!?/^ of Amsterdam. 
28. M"^ William Fletcher. 
Francis Boys's child. 
Francis Varnam. 
William Fellow. 
Vrsula Grey. 
Rose Ford. 

Alice y= daughter of Henry & Mary Lelam. 
Roger Jones from y' Almshous. 
Martha Clay. 
Edward Roberts. 
M' Robert Ramsey. 
John Hughs. 
Jone Allen a Widdow. 
William Trusdal. 
Henry Jennison. 
M"" Thomas Paris, Merch' 
William Miller. 



30. 

31- 

April. I. 

2. 



4- 
8. 



14. 

IS- 
16. 

17- 



54 



|26 PARISH REGISTERS. 



1678. 

April. 18. Mary y* daughter of Caleb & Elisabeth Powel. 

19. Agnes y= daughter of M' Thomas Forrester & Jane 

his Wife. 
Margaret y daughter of Richard & Elisabeth 
Richardson. 
22. Elisabeth y daughter of John & Jane Carn.* 
Hannah y= wife of John Wade. 
Margaret, a distracted Woman. 
24. Ralph Warner. 
William Ferriman. 

27. Katharine Miller. 
M' Hector Stevens. , 

28. Patric Kilhammy. 

29. Susanna Withers. 
May. 4. Edmund Joy. 

5. M' John Jones chief Mate of y Arany Marchant, M' John 

Hall, M>- 
Susanna Stedman. 
Thomas y" Son of Henry & Ann Smith. 

6. Susanna Rose. 

7. Georg Hill. 

9. Thomas Stevens Gunner of y« Thomas &• Sttsatt of 

London, Georg Pye Commander. 
1 1. Jane y Wife of Capt. Henry Hawley. 
13. Thomas Walker. 

15. John Robinson. 

16. Humility Hobs, from y« Almshous. 
18. JONE Wiley. 

20. Andrew Wood. 
John Washburn. 
Daniel Suillivant. 

Thomas English, from y= Almshous. 

21. Sarah Bunting. 

Edward Russel, from y= Almshous. 
• [Seems to have been originally written Corn, and then altered to Carn.] 



PARISH REGISTERS. 427 



1678. 

May. 22. Edward Matthews. 

2;. Thomas James. 

28. John Hollin. 

29. John Williams, from y« prison. 

31. Katharine y« daughter of Denis & Alice Dayley. 
June. 4. William Rayner. 
S. Mary Copeland. 
15. Humphrey Rosser. 
17. Elisabeth y° daughter of Ursula Pease. 

19. Thomas Bal. 

20. Robert Horton Mate to William. Shackerly. 
Henry Griffin. 

21. John y° Son of M' THOMAS WARNER & Ann his Wife. 
Thomas * a Serv' to L.Cot. John Codrington. 
Mary y= daughter of John & Judith Smith. 

23. Mary Jackson. 

25. Arthur y Son of Richard & Sarah Mendam. 

28. John y= Son of Ann Austin, Widdow. 

29. Ann y« daughter of Thomas & Elisabeth Clark. 
Phillip Le Voh. 

Roger y Son of Thomas & L^-etitia Clark. 
Georg y' Son of Georg & Elisabeth Dodson. 
July 3. John Filks, a Serv' to Richard Whiting. 
Katharin Morris. 
S. Noah Fletcher. 

7. John Wilson. 

8. James Reynolds. 

Samuel Peacock, mate of y= Africa C. John Hurlock 
Com"'"- 

9. David Rogers. 
10. John Dan. 

12. Frances y« daughter of M' John Ogilsby & Elisabeth 
his Wife. 

• [Blank In ei'iginaL] 

54—2 



428 PARISH REGISTERS. 



1678. 




July 13. 


Two daughters of JOHN PEARSON, infants. 


IS- 


GuALTER Griffin. 


IS- 


Margaret Suillivant. 


16. 


Alice y daughter of M"- Robert Codrington. 




Katharin Hoskins. 


i;. 


Margaret Adaudly. 




Henry Overbury. 


20. 


Richard Hughs. 




Benjamin Middleton, an Infant. 


21. 


Isabella Levant. 


22. 


Ann Smal. 




Edmund Ship. 


24. 


An Irishwoman. 


27. 


Elisabeth Fee. 


28. 


M' William Davis Citisen & Merchant of London. 


29. 


Richard Howes. 


30. 


William Astin. 


August. I. 


Capt. Thomas Brown, from y= Almshous. 




Anthony Hall. 


2. 


Daniel Neal, from y Almshous, 


3- 


Martha Neal. 




Richard Mendam, a child, 


S- 


Margaret Bland. 




William Bunnel. 


7. 


Mary Connet. 




M^ Sarah Frith. 


9. 


John Taylor. 


12. 


Elisabeth Guy. 


14. 


M' Thomas LARKHA^f, 


16. 


Mary Horn, Widdow. 




Andrew, from y« Almshous. 




Alice TownSend. 


17. 


Mary White. 




William Leigh y« Son of ChaulS h Martha Leigh. 


19. 


John Radford* 



PARISH REGISTERS. 429 

1678. 

August. 19. Sarah Cook. 

Edward Chamberlain. 

20. M"^ Richard Button. 
Bartholomew Jones. 

22. Alexander Hilgrove. 
26. Thomas Williams. 
Mary Hackwood. 
28. Lake y'- Son of Capt. WILLIAM MARSHAL. 

30. Elisabeth y' daughter of John & Susanna Newport. 

31. Ralph Henly. 
September, i. Henry Banks. 

Mary Smith. 

4. Katharin Craddock. 

5. Lawrence Peterson. 

7. Susanna Moyse. 

8. Samuel Jones. 

A Child of Daniel & Margaret Suillivant. 

Frances y= daughter of Robert & Elisabeth Codrington. 
10. Ann Marshal. 
12. Jane y Wife of Robert Holman. 
1 5. Elisabeth y= Wife of John Peers, Esq"' 
19. Nicholas Brewer. 

21. Thomas Hog. 

22. Hagar a Christian Negro. 
Elisabeth Pierce. 

25. Hannah y= daughter of M"' Bernard Sckenken. 
Ralph y" Son of Christopher & Jane Smith. 

26. Robert Aldridg. 

28. M' Edward Bushel Merch' 
Hugh Davis. 

29. Nicholas Coney. 

30. M» Pickering. 
JONE Perry. 

October, i. Jone y' wife of CHRISTOPHER HODGES. 

Elisabeth y" daughter of Robert & Elisabeth Webster. 



430 PARISH REGISTERS. 



i6;8. 

October. 2. M"^ Thomas Oresby. 
3. M' Hugh Stone. 
Robert Reading. 
Elisabeth Webster. 
9. Roger y" Son of Roger Cowley Esq' & Susanna his 
Wife. 
Ann y« Wife of Thomas Hatton. 
10. Mary y« Wife of Patric Golane. 

13. Ann y« daughter of John Smith. 
Margaret y« Wife of Robert Chandler. 

14. John Hart. 

15. Dearman Suillivant, out of prison. 

16. Christopher y= Son of Major John Hallet Se Mary 

his wife. 

17. John Lockton. 
Jane Elliot. 

19. Samuel OkelLy. 

21. Mary y= daughter of William RicHardson. 

23. James Bayns. 

John Kelley from y« Almshouse 

24. Elisabeth Blanchflower. 
Thomas Marshal. 

31. M"^ Joseph Rumsey from ye prison. 
William Shirley. 
November, i. Sarah Blackman. 

John y« Son of William & Dorcas Morris. 

3. Susanna y' daughter of Henry & Ann Bunting. 

4. John y"= Son of John & Elisabeth Murril. 

5. Elisabeth Hunt. 

6. Georg Elliot. 

7. Zechariah Dunsthorp. 

15. Katharin y« Wife of DANIEL OneaL. 

16. Mary y= Wife of Abel Dean. 

18. John y Son of John Baily & Jane Conner. 

19. Mary y= Wife of M' Richard Tudor, 



PARISH REGISTERS. 431 



1678. 



November. 23. Mary y" Wife of John Brush. 
24. M' Thomas Bonnet. 

26. Thomas Grant, 

Anna Henry y= daughter of Anthony Henry. 

27. William y= Son of John & Ann Shrewsbury. 
30. James Jonas. 

December. 2. Elisabeth Smith. 
Robert Clark. 
3. Georg Poet. 

5. Francis Peterson. 

6. M' Joseph Hussey. 

11. Hannah Harris. 
William Broughton. 

1 2. Elisabeth y= daughter of Mary Tanner. 

15. Jane Davis. 

16. John Walker, 

17. Mary y= daughter of William Blackman. 
A poor woman from D' DE ViLLERMARSK. 

19. Phoebe y' Wife of M"^ William Caps. 

24. Thomas y« Son of Thomas & Jane Paris. 

25. Ann y Wife of W Joseph Warren, 

26. Abigail y= Wife, and Elisabeth y= daughter of Thomas 

Cooper. 

29. Nathaniel Lane. 
Elisabeth Mackartee. 

30. Benjamin Godbehere. 
January, 4. William Parsons. 

7, Henry Fern. 

8, Robert Gilbert. 

10. Benjamin y= Son of Benjamin & Amey Jones, 

11. Edward Mackloghlin. . 

Elisabeth y Wife of John Adams, alias Adamson. 

12. Elisabeth y= Wife of Christopher Bancroft. 
John Horton. 

Elisabeth Rumley. 



433 PARISH REGISTERS. 



1678. 

January. 14. M^'Barnet y« Wife of M' William Barnet. 
15. M' Edward Crisp, Merch' 

Charls y= Son of Charls Cavenaugh. 
17. David Mayo. 

30, Samuel Collins. 

31. Cornelius Suillivant. 
February. 4. David Miller. 

6. John y" Son of M"^ John Ham & Susanna his Wife. 

Bernard Cornelius, a Norman belonging to y= Endeavor 
of N. England, Sam. Smith, Com"" 
9. Edward BerridG, 
10. Elisabeth y« daughter of Edward & Jone Gislingham. 

12. Margaret y« Wife of Peter Beal. 

13. Rebecca y^ daughter of Robert & Grace Griffith. 

14. Ann Patric Serv' to Susan Hall. 
Barbara y« daughter of Mary Tailor. 

15. Edward Farthing belonging to y^ Endeavor of London, 

James Gilbert Com' 

20. Mary y= daughter of M"' John Smith & Philippa his Wife. 
James y« Son of Roger & Sarah Dyer. 

21. Michael Rogers, belonging to his M''«Frigat, y^ Europa, 

Capt. Will. Long Com'., 

26. John Buckly Serv' to M' Brooks. 

27. Jonathan y Son of Thomas & Sarah Ellarce.* 

28. John Richardson. 
March 3. Georg Adson. 

6. Henry Smith. 

9. Jonathan y^ Son of Robert & Elisabeth Pain. 
10. William Rose. 
Elisabeth Brown. 
Elisabeth Tester. 

12. Georg Bradley. 

1 3. Elisabeth y= daughter of MuES WalIford. 
21. Mary Letherland. 



* [This name may be read Ellaree.] 



PARISH REGISTERS. 433 

1679. 

March. 26. Walter Bush. 

28. Capt. Andrew Riches Com'- of y= White Fox of London, 
& his Son Samuel Riches, who were both killd by 
y= bursting of a gun. 
31. Jacob Bastions, Serv' to M'- Latimer Richards of 
S' Georges. 
April. I. James Fowler. 
Grissel Allen. 
2. Elisabeth Wilson, from y almshous. 

Sarah y= daughter of Charls & Martha Leigh. 
5. Richard Thorogood. 
12. John Sutton. 

14. Zebulon y= Son of M^' John Cunningham &Ann his Wife. 
Elisabeth Elliot, Widdow. 

15. Thomas y= Son of Daniel & Elisabeth Frissel. 

17. Thomas Stranfellow. 
Elisabeth Williams. 

18. Elisabeth y'' daughter of Stephen & Mary Wilson. 

20. Mary y= Wife of M"^ Joseph Smith, Merch^ 
Cornelius Mackelly. 

21. Elisabeth Dick. 

Stephen y= Son of John Lizard. 

22. Elisabeth Beacham. 
William Avery. 

24. Henry Gitly. 

26. Mary Underwood. 

27. Thomas Ferriman. 

May. I. Joseph y= Son of Georg & Hannah Oats. 

2. Edward Leek. 
Georg Spar. 

3. John Bruncock. 

4. Elias Blackweller. 
6. Ann Trowsdale. 

Thomas Boon. 

55 



434 PARISH REGISTERS. 



1679. 

May. 7. M"" ROBERT Blake. 

9. Mary y= Wife of Denis Cocklin. 

15. Humphrey Kelley. 
Jane Atkins. 

M' Gregory Hallet. 

23. Ann Rayment. 

24. Teag Mullins. 
Robert Danes. 

25. PhillIS y= Wife of JOHN KINGSTON. 

29. John Jones 

30. James y= Son of M'' William Bowen. 

31. M' John Gilliard of y= Gidanabo of London, Sam. 

Jones Com"' 
June. I. Sage y= Wife of James Andrews. 

Elisabeth y^ Wife of Thomas Lambert. 

Richard Hendy of y= Coast Frigai, Capt. Varlow, Com"-- 

2. Susan y= wife of Edward Walker. 
Isaac Hogdon. 

Georg Potter. 

3. Prudence y"= wife of M'- Georg Pearson. 

4. Edward Reevs. 
Ml' William Brag. 

5. Arthur Serv' to John Richardson. 

7. Joyce y= daughter of Edenden. 

8. Capt. Henry Hawley. 

9. Ann y« Wife of Henry Bradley. 

11. Henry Kirby, a Seaman. 

William Watson of y= i?2<//2,THE0PHiLUS Pomeroy, Com^- 
Isaac Cole belonging to a Guiney-ship, jEHU Hal Com''- 

12. John y= Son of Anthony & Elisabeth Suillivant. 
Ann y= Wife of Thomas Henwood. 

13. Elisabeth y= Wife of M' Edward Paris. 

16. John Brown of y= Friendship, John Williams Com''- 

17. Thomas Atkins. 

18. Elisabeth Taggard. 



PARISH REGISTERS. 435 

1679. 

June. 19. Richard May. 

20. Nicholas Francklin. 

21. Sarah y= daughter of M'^ Gabriel Morgan & Mary 

his Wife. 

23. William Mansfield. 

24. Ml" Richard Pierce. 
Katharin Carvis. 

Edward y= Son of Edward Walker. ^ 

27. Robert Lane, from y= almshous. 

28. Barns Pastor. 

Matthew Bentham, Serv' to L.Cot. Codrington. 

29. Sarah Blackweli.er. 

30. Anthony Hayley. 

July. 2. Elisabeth y= daughter of Gabriel & Mary Morgan. 

3. Capt. Evan Morgan. 

4. Capt. William Long Com'" of his M''« Ship y' Europa, 

buried in y= Sea. 

6. Grace Harvey, Widdo-w. 

7. Mary y= Wife of Thomas Stratton. 

8. John Dick. 

John Buckly, from y= almshous. 

9. Gabriel Morgan. 

David Fogo, from y= almshous. 
M"" Thomas Baldwin. 

11. Jane y« Wife of Henry Karvis. 
M"^ John Cunningham. 

12. M'" Edmund Dawson. 

13. Timothy Garman. 

14. Cassandra y -wife of Edward Williams. 
M"^ John Cotton. 

15. Jane Bagget. 

Robert y^ Son of Jane Dempster, Widd. 

17. Jane Ward. 

18. John Roberts, from y= prison. 

55—2 



436 PARISH REGISTERS. 



1679. 

July 18. Peter Gascoign. 
19. Mary Buckly. 
Martin Stith. 
Phillip Brian. 

21. Richard Vanlang. 
Sarah Abbey. 

William Bunney, from y^ almshous. 
Elenor daughter of Mary Brian, Widd. 

22. Mary Morris a Christian Negro. 
Philippa y= Wife of M-^ John Smith, Mercht. 

23. S' Thomas Warner, K' 

24. Georg Smith, a Trumpetter to C. Robinson. 

25. Mary y= daughter of John Woodland. 
Mr John Richardson. 

26. William Abraham. 

John y= Son of Mary Woodyard. 

27. Nathaniel Thomas. 
August. 4. William Anderson. 

Ann y« wife of Patric Campel. 

Sarah y= daughter of C. John Johnson & Sarah his Wife. 

5. Edward Parsons. 

6. Francis y= son of C. Francis Burton & Judith his Wife, 

7. John Vincent. 

8. Elisabeth y= daughter of M' Richard & Hannah 

Bunny. 
Cot Georg Thornburgh. 

9. Ralph Montrevers. 
James Dodsworth. 
John Williamson. 

1 5. Mary y= Wife of M^ John Cock. 
Thomas Banks. 

17. Elisabeth Freeman. 
M'' Gulliver. 

18. Isaac y= Son of Anthony Sands. 
Daniel Lawrence. 



PARISH REGISTERS. 437 



1679. 



August. 18. Jane, from y' almshous. 
James, ditto. 

19. Elisabeth Dick. 

20. Teag Conner. 

21. Elisabeth Jeffrys. 
Manus Callen. 

23. Mary y= Wife of John Worsam, Esq' 

26. John Bal. 

27. Elisabeth y= daughter of M^ William Barns & Sarah 

his Wife. 

28. Thomas Strafford. 
Charls Harrison. 

Mundusia y= daughter of JOHN & Elisabeth Smith. 
September. 2. CiciLY y' Wife of John Miles. 

4. Esther y= daughter of Francis & Elisabeth Hal. 

5. Ms Julian Nelson Widd. aged 92 years. 

6. Mr Robert Palmer aged 95 years. 

7. John Greenwood. 
Jane Dempster. 

Capt. Thomas Crutchfield Com'^- of y= Lisbon MercM of 
London. 

1 1. Edward Harding aged 70 %l odd years. 
Dorothy Sutton. 

12. Joseph y' Son of Joseph & Margaret Salmon. 
14. Nicholas Barnwel from M'- Reynolds's. 

16. Daniel Oree, from y= almshous. 
Esther Morgan. 
Elisabeth Erpey. 

Martin Swain. 

17. Thomas Smith. 

18. Mary y' Wife of John Hare. 

19. Alice y= Wife of Thomas Folinsby. 

20. M'' Henry Turpin aged 87 years. 
23. Katharin Caryl. 



438 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



1679. 

September. 24. M"^ Edward Preston. 

Georg y' Son of Capt. Francis Burton & Judith his 
Wife. 

25. Alexander Mackrery from L.Col. Jelly's. 
Elisabeth Rul. 

Richard y= Son of Richard & Jone Elliot. 

26. Susanna y= daughter of M"^ Thomas & Susanna 

Reynolds. 
William Lawless, out of prison. 

27. John Cooper. 

29. John y' Son of M' THOMAS & Jane Forrester. 



421. 



Ano: 1680 



Barbados 



LIST of the Inhabitants in and about the Towne of S' Michaells 
w* their children hired Seruants, Prentices, bought Seruants and 
Negroes. 



Allan Lyde & wife 

Henry Mosely & wife . . . 

Witt" Bishop & wife 

Edward Duffeild & wife. 
Benj-*- Grace junf & wife. . . 
Anthony Michell & wife. 
Thomas Garrott & wife . 

Sarah Waker 

Abraham Langford 

George Pearce & wife . . . 



childm 



hired 

Seru*= 

& Prent 



bought 
Sera" 



Nag" 

6 
6 

S 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
I 
2 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



439 





children 


hired 

Sei-u" 

& Prent 


hough 1. 
Sei-u<^ 


Neg" 


John Barker 




I 


O 


I 


John Borrows 


I 


George Tuthill . , 


I 






-» 


Olliuer Hutton & wife 


4 


Samuell Bruntts & Compa . . . 


. . 






4 


Daniell Claney & wife 


I 


.. 




2 


Rebeccah Jones 




.. 




3 


John Orpen & wife 




3 


2 


5 


Joseph Smith 


4 


W" Bulkly 


, , 


I 




I 


Allexander Harbin & wife . . 


. . 






I 


W" Harding & wife 


I 


I 




6 


Walter Benthall & wife .... 


6 


Samuell Carpender 


3 


3 
I 




4 


John Costeen & wife 


8 


Joseph Harbin & wife 


8 


W" Stickland & wife 


I 

2 




I 


3 


Thomas Emperor & wife 


ID 


Richard Williams & wife 


3 




2 


3 


Stephen Langton & wife 






I 


4 


Henry Deuillermas & wife . . 


2 


I 


I 


2 


James Sicklemore 








2 


John Busshell Senior & wife . . 


2 






7 


Thomas Doxy & wife 


I 

5 


I 






John Hutton & wife 




Thomas Wattson & wife 


I 


2 


2 


8 


Lucy Buttler 


2 


I 




1 
J 


John Whettston & wife 


S 


Henry Crofts & wife 


2 






5 


Christopher Fowler 




I 




5 


Rich" Dearsley & wife 








2 


Thomas Smith & wife 


I 


s 




3 


Peter Baker & wife 


•• 






2 







44° 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



Thomas Clarke & wife . . 

J NO Oglesby & wife 

Lettecia Bate 

RoB'^^ Draper 

Jno Smith , 

Jno Haruey , 

Rich'' Forstall , 

Joseph Groue , 

Jno Mercer 

Thomas Perce & wife . . . 

RiCH"^ Lennon & wife 

Jno Felton & wife 

James Poke & wife 

Francis Cristian & wife , 

Muse Walford & wife . . . 

Anne Owen 

Charles Collins & wife . 

Rich-^ Shetman & wife . . . 

W" Critchlow & wife . . . 

George Harper & wife . . . 

Collo Batte 

Cap" Jno Johnson & wife. 

Olliuer Smitth 

Jno Smartt 

Thomas Brearly & wife . 
Jeremiah Cooke & Compa 

Elizabeth Bancics 

W^' Smith & wife , 

Jno Pitt , 

Owen Dauis 

Widdo Crisp 

Paul Gwyne & wife 

W« Gold & wife 





hired 
children gem'" 
&Preutt» 


bought 
Seru'" 


Slaue 




I 


• « 


2 


I 




4 


3 


I 


6 




•• 


I 


•• 


4 




• • 


2 


« • 


5 




2 


3 


I 


12 




I 




• • 


3 




, , 


I 


2 


4 




• ■ 






I 




2 


4 


s 


8 




• • 


• • 


• • 


4 




I 


3 


5 


i6 




6 


2 


I 


4 




7 


3 


2 


3 




4 


■ • 


I 


I 






.. 


2 


6 




2 


:. 


:; 


8 
3 




2 


2 


2 


7 




•• 


I 




I 




4 


4 


3 


20 




•• 


4 


• ■ 


•• 




■ • 


I 




2 






I 


I 


6 




, , 


5 


• • 


S 




2 


•• 


• • 


4 




•• 


• • 


■ • 


I 




•• 


• 


•• 


3 




• ■ 


• 


• ■ 


I 




I 


• 


• • 


4 




I 


• 


• • 


6 




• • ■ 


• 


• • 


S 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



44 r 





child reii 


hired 

serut" 

&Pretl« 


boueht 
sei-u"» 


Slaucs 


HuMRY Bro-wne & wife 


, • 






-1 




Jno Cossens 




, , 




I 


George Flettcher & wife 


, , 


4 


2 


12 


Cap'^ Thomas Morris & wife 


3 


3 




IX 


Jno Ravmon 




I 






Thomas Mountaine & wife 


. . 


, , 


• • 


I 


James Sharpe & wife 


2 






3 


Thomas Hollard & wife 


3 


2 


II 


iS 


Jno Higginbotham & wife 






2 


3 


Tn" Newbott & wife 


•• 


7 




I 


Jno Cock 


I 


Widdo Thornbrugh 


3 


• • 




8 


Thomas Searle & wife . . . , 


I 


, , 




6 


Tho: Blake & wife 








2 


Tho: Ashendine 








2 


George Mason 








I 


M": MA.GETTESS 


4 


Kath: Toyer 




• . 




I 


Thomas Lamborne & wife 








2 


Rich" Bristow & wife 




2 






W" HOLLYDAY & wife 


4 
3 


• • 






W« Brooke & wife 


5 


Jno Hallett Esqi' & wife 


5 


3 


2 


14 


Roger Corbitt & wife 




• • 




9 


Anth° Prince & wife 




I 
o 

• • 
■ • 




s 


W" BiCKNALL 


2 


Martin Creamer 


2 


Jno Cholemley 


2 


W" Emberee 




. , 


2 


2 


Jno Crisp jun^ & wife 








2 


Rich° Parker & wife 


y 


I 




4 


Tno Stuard & wife 




I 


I 


8 


Rich" Trantt 


4 





56 



442 



PARISH RECISTERS. 





1 liii'S'i 
children seru"" 

& Pren>'» 


boug' 
sem«» 


Slaus 


Hugh Archer & wife 




3 
I 




6 


George Snouks 








George Nedham & wife 




I 




6 


W" Sanders 




I 




I 


Widdo TURPIN 




o 






Rob" Tatt's 


.. 


02 






W" Price 




O 


O 




'W" 'Ravnf'^ i^ wife 


o 


T AMTTc: Vtctcar'; & wife 




2 


2 


I 


Thomas Bishop Sz; wife 






•• 


2 


Roger Dyer & wife 




O 




I 


Rich" Bunney & wife 


I 






3 


Charles Jues [?Ives] & wife 


I 








Ttjo "P-T AisjrnrT-r Si wifp * 


I 




I 




"p TrH^D Ntt^iom & wife 


4 


Mary Doue 


, , 






I 


Rich" Attwood & wife 






•• 


5 


M's Dauis 


3 


, , 




I 


Samuell Mead & wife 


9 




, , 






2 


W" Capps 


. . 




I 


3 


Tno Pttddtford St wife 






. , 


3 


Dantft t. Brfwer 






.. 


I 


Gamaliell Ellis 




.. 


, , 


2 


Widdo Bush 






, , 


. , 


Stfphfn Scar & wife 








3 


Nathaniell Eldred & wife 








2 


Tno Tdhnson & wife 








I 


Rich° Poore & wife 








I 


Roger Anderson & wife 


I 






3 


jNo Boles 








2 


Nicholas Molder & wife 








4 


Jno Hudson & wife 


) • • 


2 


•• 


2 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



443 



jNo Prince & wife 

J NO HOPCROFTT & wife 

ROB'^'^ Landall & wife 

ROB'^'^ Gray & wife 

Widdo Smith 

Abell Deane 

Thomas Forrestor & wife . 

Xtopher Akers & wife 

Jno Creswell & wife 

Andrew Hawkins & wife . . . 

Hester Lane 

Henry Jacobs & wife 

Thomas Wrightt & wife . . . 

Jno Coocke & wife 

Tho: Read & wife 

Jno Coppin senr & wife 

Thomas Simson & wife 

Francis Bestt & wife 

Ambross Addams 

W" Cragg 

W" Parris 

RoB'^'^ Lanier & wife 

Xtopher Frankling & wife 
Abraham Fifeild & wife . . . 

John- Olliuer & wife 

Widdo Baines 

Beniamin Rawlings & wife . 

Jno Peirceson 

Samuell Sourton 

Rich" Hallett 

Benj-^ Mattson & wife 

Edward Sturdiuantt 

Hugh Hall & wife 



children 



hired 

seru'" 

& Prentt" 



4 
I 



bough' 
seni" 



Sialics 

I 
2 

4 
I 
I 

S 

2 
I 
I 

s 

3 
4 
I 

5 
I 

2 
I 
I 

2 

2 
I 
I 

4 

2 

3 
I 

4 

2 
I 



56—2 



444 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



jNo Barnes 

Jno Deuenish & wife 

J NO FiREBRASS & wife 

ROB'^'f HUSSEY & wife 

Mathew Hauiland 

Jacob Legay 

Jno Man & wife 

ROB'T'^ Beckles & wife 

Judith Sparrow 

Henry Fissher & wife 

RoB'^T Rich jun^ & wife 

Widd" Bragg 

Samuell Gifford & wife . . . 

Martin Hayes & wife 

Samuell Stoker & wife . . . 
Thomas Warner & wife . . . 

W" Cannings & wife 

Bridgett Collett 

Th:omas Lowe & wife 

Samuell Ballard & wife . . . 
Thomas Fercharson & wife 

Phillip Trauers 

George Newton 

Jno Bayley & wife 

Edward Parsons & wife . . . 

Widdo Barrowman 

Gabriell Newman & wife . . . 

Mary Chapman 

Richd Addamson & wife . . . 

Benj/^ Hassell 

RoB'f^ Stone & wife 

Thomas Dod & wife 

W-" Wilson & wife 



hild' 


hired 
seniau'" 
& Pretf 


bought 
sera"' 


Slaues 


. . 








2 


2 


•• 




• 


4 


2 


2 

I 




[ 


6 

I 

3 


s 


. . 




. 


6 


3 






[ 


4 


I 


, , 




J 


II 


3 






. 


II 


I 


. . 






13 


3 


. , 




. 


2 


2 






I 


s 


I 


. . 




I 




2 


, , 




. 


4 


3 

2 


•• 




I 


7 
8 


2 


I 

I 






4 

2 


I 


I 




, 


I 


s 


2 




. 


17 




•■ 




I 
I 


lO 

I 


2 


I 






S 


2 


2 






12 
2 


3 








4 


I 








5 


4 


I 




[ 


9 

2 


I 


. . 






I 


5 


I 






2 


2 


3 






11 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



445 



Joseph Borden & wife 

Samuell Parris 

Rich" Tudar & wife 

Mathew Deane & wife 

Jno Hasell & wife , 

Samuell Shenton & wife 

Guy & wife 

W" Litton & wife 

Henry Lelland & wife 

Jno Legay 

Thomas Heslerton & wife . . 
Edmond Jefferres & wife . . 

Widdo Seay 

Thomas Pilgrim & wife 

George Bread & wife 

W« Jordan & wife 

W"C0PE & wife 

Thomas Eles & wife 

Thomas Horner & wife ..... 

W" Preswell 

Theophilus Barrodall 

DowNES Daniell 

James Taggartt & wife 

Nathaniell Claire & wife . . 

jNo Hudson St wife 

Olliuer Gilhampton & wife 

Thomas Clou an & wife 

Nicholas Maynard & wife . . 

George Oates & wife 

Barnard Man & wife 

Jno Dauis & wife 

Jno Murrell & wife 

Widdo Bouey 



children 


hired 
senmnt" 
& Prentt' 


2 


I 




I 


2 




2 


2 


3 


2 




2 






S 




3 




2 




I 




2 




•• 


2 


I 


I 


5 




I 


4 


2 






2 


3 




. . 


3 



bougtt 
semtt' 



3 
o 



Slaues 

H 
I 

i6 

2 

20 

3 

I 

3 
II 

3 
6 
6 

3 
S 
6 

4 
3 

2 
2 

4 

lO 

3 
3 
I 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 



446 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



W Harding Vintner & wife 

Thomas Tickner & wife 

Vallentine Copman & wife 

W" Shipton & wife 


children 

I 
I 
I 

I 
I 
I 
I 
I 

2 
2 
2 

. , 

3 
I 


hired 
seruants 
& Prentt' 

4 

3 
8 

5 
5 

I 

3 
3 


bougtt 
serutt, 

I 
2 

2 


Slaues 
I 

3 

4 
5 


George Cheyney & wife 

Jno Bradham 


2 


Owen Dayley & wife 

Francis Wood & wife 

Henry Byrch & wife 


I 

4 
6 


Rob" Hole & wife 


8 


Mathew Willox & wife 

Jn° Heaton 


3 
I 


Rich" Wilson & wife 


4 
3 


ID 

4 


W" BiDDLE & wife 


M''s HOSKINS 

Benj^ Elly & wife 

George Hannah & wife 

Jn° Hunter & wife 


Rich" Alford & wife 


3 

3 
2 


5 


Thomas Whiteing & wife 

Thomas Bringhurst & wife 

Jn° Haywood & wife 


14 
5 


Henry Freman & wife 

J NO Plumly ^ El: Browne . . . 

Edward Towne & wife 

Laughline Bayne & wife 

Thomas Walden & wife 

Benj* Jones & wife , , . . . 




I 


3 
9 
3 
o 

2 
I 


W« Cliggatt & wife 

Lawrance Reed & wife 

RoB"^^ Hewitt & wife 


I 


Edward Huntt & wife 

Nathaniell Branker & wife . . 


5 
5 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



447 



Nathaniell Smith & wife 

Stephen Gascdyne Esq"- & wife . 

Edwine Steed Esqr & wife 

Benja Dweightt & wife , 

Thomas Reynoldson & wife . . 

Henry Stepbing 

RiCH° Ford & wife 

Henry Haruey & wife 

Jno Frederick & wife 

Thomas Parker 

James Ely & wife 

Jonathan Hutchinson 

Urselah Pea 

RiCHo: Hall & wife 

W" Welding 

Theophilus Bowden 

Jno Legard 

Jno Sanders & wife 

Stephen Clay & wife 

Jacob: Mackerness & wife 

W" Sidney & wife 

Thomas Biffin %l wife 

RiCH° Barrett 

Thomas Rowse & wife 

Mi-s TOTHILL 

Samuell Smartt & wife 

Susanah Beeke 

W" Michleborne & wife 

Jno Fisher 

Jacob: Legay senf 

Christoppier Jacson & wife 

W" Mackerness 

Widd° Haywood 



children 



hired 

seru'" 

i Pren«" 



I 

6 
I 
I 



boiigh' 
seru"' 



Slaues 

I 
O 

7 

12 

3 
I 

2 

3 

I 
13 
5 
4 
7 
3 
I 

2 
I 

2 

4 
7 

2 

7 
3 
I 

13 
5 

2 
I 

3 

S 

2 

2 



448 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



Edward Prestton 

Widd° Baldwins 

J NO TOWNSEND & wife . . . 

Jno Munrow & wife 

Jno Shroesberry & wife . 

Jno Mills & wife 

Isaac Roett 

Charles Lee & wife ..... 

Benj* Bird & wife 

Basell Dunkly & wife . . . 
Martin Dallison & wife . 

Mary Lister 

Anne Kew 

Kathrine Whiteing 

Jno Hunter 

Jno Spencer & wife 

W" Maxwell & wife 

Doctor Richard Lawford 
Thomas Parris & wife . . . 

Edward Rainsford 

Samuell Dyer 

Edward Peireson & wife . 

Marke Noble & wife 

Francis Louell 

John Chason & wife 

W" Beale , 

Daniell Jones 

Peter Swain e & wife 

Jno Ladston & wife 

Ellinor Walter 

Jno Williams & wife 

Jno Lamply & wife 

Mary Busker 



children 



2 

4 
I 



hired 

seru'" 

& Pren'" 



bought 
sera"' 



Slaues 
I 

7 
4 
I 
I 
7 
S 
I 
I 

6 
I 
I 



I 
I 
I 

4 

2 
I 

4 
9 

2 

s 

4 
o 

2 
2 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



449 



Mary Wilson 


children 

I 
I 
6 

Jewes 

4 
7 

S 

2 
2 

3 
6 

2 

3 

S 
3 

2 

7 

2 
2 
2 
3 

5 
3 

2 
2 


hired 

seruen" 

& Pren" 

I 


bought 
sera" 

2 

I 

I 


Slaues 


Jno Rawlings & wife 


r 

T 


James Miller & wife 


Edward Fennell & wife 

Jonathan Taylor & wife 

W" SiMMES & wife 


4 

3 
a 


RoB'fT Webster & wife 

ROB'^'^ Paine & wife 


2 


Jno Paine & wife 


I 


Jno Stedham 


2 


Madam Fits James 


2 


THE JEWES 
Jacob Franco Nunes 


T 


Aron Nauaro 




Aron Barruch 


s 

3 

4 

II 

8 


Paul Deurede 


Isaac Perera 


Dauid Ralph Demereado 

Lewis Dias 


Abraham Qay 




Abraham Barruch 


3 
3 

lO 


Dauid Israell 


Anthony Rodrigus 


Abraham Sousa 


2 


Leah Medinah 




ISACK Abof 


I 


Abraham Surges Aron 

Moses Hamias 


2 


M's Leah Decompas 




Hester Bar Simon 




Daniell Boyna 


I £ 


Abraham Lopes 

Abr: Valuerde 


4 



57 



45° 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



judieah torez 

Moses Mercado 

JAELL SERANO 

Eliah Lopez 

Isaac Gomez 

Joseph Senior 

Isaac Perera ^ . . 

ISACK Meza 

soloman cordoza .... 
Abraham Obediente. . 

Judith Risson 

Dauid Namias 

Moses Arrobas 

Gabriell Antunes . . 

Jacob Preett 

Sarah Atkins 

Abraham Costanio . . 



Psons 


slaues 


2 


2 


5 


2 


I 


5 


5 


2 


3 


2 


3 


4 


6 


3 


3 


4 


3 


2 


2 


2 


4 


2 


9 


s 


4 


2 


2 


4 


I 


I 


I 


• • 


2 


6 



Samuell Nauarro . . , 
Rachell Purges . . , 
Mordecah Palache , 
Rebecah Pacheco . . , 
Rebecah Barruch . . , 

Jacob Pacheco 

Rachell Lopez 

Jacob Fonceco Vale , 
Mordecah Sarah . . , 
Samuell Dechauis , 

Dauid Swaris 

Judith Nauaro 

Hester Noy , 

Judih Israell , 

Moses Desauido 

ISACC Noy 



4 
6 
I 

2 
I 

5 
4 
5 
4 

2 

5 

2 
2 
2 

5 
6 



I 

2 

4 
I 

4 
I 

4 
I 

4 

2 
I 



Total of Inhabit 404. 



Memd that y« Town of S' Michael 
only has returnd an Acco'- of 
Children 

Total of Inhabitants . . I ^,^" ' ^04 j. g^g 

(Children ..402 J 

Total of White servants 412 

Total of Negroes 1325. 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



451 



[Barbadoes.] 
LIST of Owners and possessors of land Hired Seruants & Appren- 
tices, Bought Seruants & Negroes in ye Parish of S'. Michaells* 



A 

Thomas Ashendine . . 
Bartho Aldsworth . . 
Anthony Anthony . . 
CoRNELious Austrian 

Allin Thomas 

Allexander Antor . . 
Jacob. Allen 

B 

Theo: Barradall 

Borden Joseph 

Bonett Edw= Plant* 

Francis Bond Esqr 

Cofto W Bate 

Francis Burton 

Thomas Batson 

JNO BaTTYNE junr . . . . 

jNo Boucher 

George Birkehead . . 

Hugh Brandon 

Jno Bird 

jNo Barron 

Humphry Brogdon . . 

Allice Baines 

Jno Barnes 



acres 
land 

s 
46 

19 

6 
7 

7 



Ac' 
4 

9 
88 

160 

I2S 
130 

35 

32 

3 

8 

25 

6 
14 

ID 
30 
15 



hire d 
Seru'" 



bought 
Seru" 



2 


I 


94 


3 


5 


93 


I 


I 


60 


— 


— 


60 


2 


3 


20 


I 




21 


2 




I 


I 


, . 


ID 


1 


■• 


6 

2 

6 

14 


I 


2 


16 


I 


3 


11 



Neg"' 

3 
16 

15 
6 

ID 
2 

3 



* [Totals are given in the original at the end of every page of MS., but are not carried 
forward ; as it is impossible to keep page for page with the MS., we have omitted them alto- 
gether, with the exception of the sum-totals at end.] 

57—2 



452 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



W" Barron . 
W" Barnett , 



jNo Brett 

Joseph Beedle 

w" busshey 

jNO BiGNALL senr 

Jno BIGNALL junr 

Mrs BURNELL , 

W" Bragg 

Allexander Barraman 
Jerreard Boucher . . . . 

Phillip Brewster 

Cornelious Bryan 

Daniell Boyna 



Capps. William 

Jno Crisp sen^ 

Roger Cowley Esq^ . . 

W" Cannings 

Mrs Coather 

Tho: Carnock Pov,'I=.* 

Jno Chace 

Patick Carney 

Kathrin Cleaner f • . 

W" Cliggatt 

Chrictopher Coale . . 
James Cissell 

Jno CLEANERf 

Tho: Clark -dea^-* 

NicHO. Chandler .... 
Henry Cleauer 



land 

IS 
4 
8 

10 



hired 
seru'" 



boug* 
Ser"» 



7 




10 




6 




10 




4 




.• 




5 




14 




10 




ac' 


hired 
seru'" 


12 




56 




88 




7 




IS 




8 




60 




5 


. . 


20 




13 




5 


. . 


22 




10 


, . 


20 


, , 


S 




20 





4 
2 



boug'' 
Ser'" 



Neg" 

15 
II 

5 
4 

14 

II 

14 
2 
2 
8 
3 
3 
9 

14 

Slaui 

s 

7 
40 

5 
8 
2 
24 
I 

4 

6 

I 

16 



* [Thus erased in the original.] 

+ [So in the original : but see Cleauer [Cleaver] at the bottom of the page.] 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



453 



Tho: Coale 

J NO CODDRINGTON Esq"" 

Tho. Child , 

Benj'^ Caime 

w" cockman 

George Clarke 

.Symon Cooper 

Allex: Coachman his Estate 

Henry Clark 

CoRDiu Paulus 

Jno Cattlin 

BoHAM Carter 

D. 

Benj* Dwight 

Dauis W« 

Dunidge W" 

Thomas Drayton 

James Daneff 

Jno Dick 

Giles Deboyce 

Dennis Dowell 

Roger Dunn 

E 

W" Emeree 

Jno Elliott 

James Ard 

Mrs Ellacott 

Lawrance England jur . . . 
Seaborne Egginton 



ac' 


hired 
seni'" 


39 


•• 


300 


I 


7 


I 


13 


2 


14 


3 


20 




80 


3 


8 


, , 


8 


. 




.. 


. 




S 


. 




5 






land 


hire" 
Bern'" 


25 


I 


lOI 


2 


IS 




12 




S 


. , 


5 


, , 


16 




5 




7 


•• 


acres 
land 


boug" 
serutt" 


ID 


, , 


3S 




7 




27 




10 


. . 


2 




• 



Ser" 



bog" 
Ser"' 



hired 
seru"» 



Slau" 

4 

137 

13 

8 
II 

6 
26 



Slaues 
13 

35 
4 
7 
4 
2 

7 



Negros 
I 

6 
I 
6 

3 
I 



454 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



F. 
RlCH° FORSTALL .. 

George Fletcher 

Jn" Farmer 

Henry Feake 

Rich" Fifeild 

Jn" Fowler 

Philip Fonseire . . 

Roger Fauell 

Rob" Feauer .... 

Joane Fuller 

Francis Frostt . . 

G. 

Benjamin Grace . . 

RiCH° Gayton 

Ellizab: Gritton 
Ellz: Goodman . . 
Jno Griggory .... 
Peter Goding . . . 



H. 

Harris Jn" 

Hallett Jno Esq^ 

Hutchinson Jno 

Hawksworth Jno 

Samiell Hanson 

Ralph Hassell 

Rich'' Howell & Guy Esq's 

Symon Huntt dead 

Francis Harding 



acres 
land 



294 

10 

179 

8 

12 

8 

25 

ID 
30 



10 
26 
50 
ID 
204 

7 



land 
Ac'. 



20 

220 

5 

lOI 
ID 

60s 
40 
10 



hired 
seru"' 



hired 
seru'" 



I 

4 



bough' 
seru"» 



6 

S 



2 
I 
2 



boug" 
Seru'" 


Neg' 




6 


5 


84 


. . 


S 




18 




10 


20 


40s 




24 



Negroes 
129 

93 

3 

8 

I 
19 

3 
16 

7 



10 
26 
26 

8 
85 

4 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



455 



Daniell Hurlow 

Christopher Hooper 

Francis Hall 

Edward Huntt 

Jno Hawksworth*. . . . 

Daniell Harwood 

Jno Handy 

Edward Harding 

Samuell Hyatt 

Francis Hardwick . . 

Jno Ham 

Widdo Hamblin 

Georg Harper 

W" Hecthrop 

W" Hearst 

Jno Hill 

Jno Hare 

Jno Higginbotham 

Ralph Hollinsworth 
Samuell Hathway . . 

I 

Jacson Xtoph: 

Thomas Jelly 

Jno Jefferres 

Allex Jennison 

Jno Johnson 

W« Jacobs 

K. 
Humry Kentt 



land 
Ac". 

17 
25 

26 

S 
63 
10 

S6 

3 

30 

ID 
20 

4 
20 

14 

ID 
10 

5 

10 
10 



II 

200 
5 
3 
6 



52 



hired 
seru"' 

I 

I 

I 



boug" 
Sera"' 



hired 
seru'" 

I 

3 
2 



bougt 
Sera"' 



2 
10 



Neg"' 

5 
10 

30 

20 
2 

49 
3 

7 



I 

10 
12 

9 
5 
3 



Negroes 

28 
70 

4 



17 



* [This name will also be found six lines from the bottom in p. 454 ; the number of servants, 
however, is different.] 



45^ 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



L 

Leer Thomas 

Roger Louell 

Xtopher Lyne 

Phillip Lancaster . . , 

JNO Ledra 

W" Litton 

Rich" Layton 

Mrs LUCOMB 

Nicholas Langworthy 
Georger Lillington . 

M« Louell 

Thomas Links 

Thomas Lucomb 

M 

Mo_RRis Thomas 

Euan Morgan 

Gabriell Martin 

W^Marchall 

Rich" morris 

Jno Macklaire , 

W"" Murrell , 

Mrs Mullinax , 

Rich" Mullinax 

Anthony Michell , 

Bryan Murphe , 

Jno Murrow 

Jno Murrell 

N. 
Neale Tho: 



234 
13 
S3 
SO 
2; 

4 
SO 

9 
12 

32 

7 
6 

9 



144 

140 

10 

180 

35 
6 

II 
7 
9 
S 
9 
3 



SO 



hired 
seru"" 



3 
2 

I 
I 



boug' 
Seru"' 



18 



Negroes 
160 

s 
25 

7 

3 
27 

6 
II 

27 
12 

5 



100 

72 

5 

52 

12 

6 

8 

3 

S 

•4 

14 

3 

2 



16 



PARISH k^GismRS. 



457 



o 

S AMELL Osborne 

Thomas Odiarne . , 
Francis Oakley . . . . 
jNo Odell 

P 
Nicholas Prideaux 

Rich" Pearce 

Thomas Pilgrim . . . . 

Edward Parris 

Jno Piggott 

Mrs Panton 

George Parris 

Adrian Paily 

Widdo Pirkins 

Jno Perriman 

Job Perridge 

Samuell Perry 

Henry Price 

Jno Plumley 

Jno Pollard 

RiCH° Pollard 

R 
Edward Rundall . . 

Anne Rowe 

RicH° Robinson • . . 

W" Robinson 

Thomas Reynolds . . 
isacc roett 



ac' 










40 





I 


lOI 


I 




6 




• • 


S 


• ■ 




230 


2 


6 


15 








20 










35 










5 










3 










32 










5 










16 










7 










7 










4 










S 










IS 










s 










3 










II 


I 




22 


.• 




12 





, , 


1 86 


2 


3 


28 


« ■ 




5 


• t 












58 



2>l 
17 



76 
80 

34 
12 
I 
3 
23 
I 
6 

4 
7 



16 

3 

3 

76 

12 



458 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



S 
Barnard Shenkingh 

Jno Strode 

Mrs Stanly 

Benja Scott 

Simmons Phill 

Mrs Spenswick 

Simmons Phillip* . . . 
Steede Edwyne Esqi" 

Capt Jno Sutton 

Alice Smith 

Jno Springham 

Joseph Salmon , 

Allex: Sinklaire 

Rich" Sweeting 



T 
Turpin Henry Sen^ 

Tudar Richard 

Allex Taggartt . . 

Francis Turton 

Xtopher Terry .... 

Widdo Twine 

George Tyrwhitt . . 
Roger Thomas ..... 
Herculous Tyrwill , 
Henry Turpin jun^ , 

Dauid Thomas 

Phill. Trowell 



land 
ac' 

ID 

SO 

ID 
ID 

39 

30 

39 
12 
129 
12 
22 
10 
ip 
19 



10 
8 
4 

25 

12 

10 

49 

S 

5 

7 

4 
9 



hired 
Seni"" 



bougt 
Seru"» 



Negroes 



40 
4 

18 
22 
18 
30 

IDS 

6 
28 
12 

7 
8 



2 
3 
3 
6 

33 
4 
4 
S 
4 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



459 



W 

Willis Jn" 

Warren Joseph , 

Francis Wood 

W^ Welding , 

W" Withington , 

Mary Waters 

JNO WiLLOUGHBY , 

George Walton , 

George Willoughby. 
Samuell Warner . . . , 

jNo Williams , 

Dauid Welch , 

Nath: White 

Bridget Ferrell {sic) 



John Young. 



ac' 

5 

6 

10 

10 

20 

IS 
S 
30 
26 
10 

5 

13 
S 



40 



S 

14 
10 

• • 

9 
9 



8 
2 

13 



13 



Tot. of Inhabitants 225. 

Total of Acres 7063. 

Total of Serves 303. 

Total of Negro's 3746. 



* [There are 227 names entered, but 2 have been entered twice, viz. Hawksworth and 
Simmons.] 



58—2 



460 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



[Barbadoes.] 

Masters & mistreses names y' are Owners of 
Land in the Parish of S' Georges in ye Island 
of Barbados taken by the command of his Ex- 
cellency S' Jonathan Atkins K' y= 23"' Day of 
December: 1679 

Robert Dauers Esq^ 

Mr Robert Dauers Junio^ 

Mr James Robinson 

Ml- John Robinson 

Mr William Dauis 

Mr John Koker 

Mr Thomas Browne 

Mrs Sarah Horswood 

Mrs Margaret Roe 

M's Ellinor Bowdler 

Mr Job: Lullman 

Edward Pye Esqr 

Mr Thomas Brothers 

Mr William Catline 

Mr Henry Euans 

Mrs Francis Holdip 

Mr John Holdip 

Mr Brian Blackman 

Mr Fran: Smith Jujo' 

Mr Miles Toppin 

Mr Henry Burrell 

Mr Michaell Weyly , 

Mr Fran: Bell 

Mr John Jemot 

Mr Henry Eastwick 

Mr John Goldingham 

Mr Richard Eastwick 



Number of 
Acres 



47 

6 

12 

10 



40 

6 

400 

SS 

106 
19 

ID 

6 
30 

IS 
10 
12 
8 
SO 
ii'8 
40 



Number of 
White 
Seruants 



Number of 
Negroes 



200 
I 

4 
10 

S 
3 
4 
6 
2 
2 
190 

IS 
S 

42 

9 

7 

ID 
18 
l^ 

3 

10 
8 

5 
37 
76 
20 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



461 



Masters & mistreses names y' are owners of 
Land in the Parish of S' Georges in y' Island of 
Barbados taken by the command of his Ex- 
cellency Sr Jonathan Atkins K, y, 23"' Day of 
December: 1679 



Mr Marmaduke Nicholes . 

Mr Fran: Bond 

Mr John Gibbons 

Mr Edward Cleypole 

Mr Richard Sutton 

Mr George Briggs 

Mr John Battine Senjor . . . 

Mr Samuell Webb 

Mr Thomas Blackman 

The Lady Ann Willoughby 

Mr Samuell Coward 

Mrs Grace Siluester 

Mr Tho: Wilbraham 

Mr Henry Harding 

Collo Xtopher Line & Sonn . 

Mr Walter Chamell 

Mrs Martha Alt 

Mr John Wilkins 

Mr Joseph Miles 

Mr Joseph Robinson , 

Major Paule Lyte , 

capt John Coussins , 

Mr John Coussins Senjor . . . , 

Mr William Snipe 

Mr Latymore Richards 

Mr Samuell Sedgwick , 

Mr John Sedgwick 

Mr John Lahane , 

Mr Phillip Fusheir 

Mr William Weauer 

Mrs Mary Ridgway 



Numl^er of 
Acres 



30 
IDS 

7 

32s 

106 
140 
172 



317 

20 

5IS 

20 

95 
272 

33 
36 
40 

5 

23s 

70 

60 

12 
12 
10 
10 

7 

100 

39 



Number of 

White 

Seniants 



12 

5 



10 



Number of 
Negi-oes 



13 
60 

3 

86 

60 

64 

81 

I 

I 

160 

4 

220 

6 

54 

27 

22 

8 

6 

3 
120 

50 
50 

4 
8 

5 
5 
4 
3 
30 



462 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



Masters & M'": names that are ownaers of 
Land in y' Parish of S'Georges in The Island of 
Barbados Taken by the Command of His Ex- 
cellency S' Jonathan Atkins K' y= 23"" Decem- 
ber — 1679 — 



Mrs Elizabeth Barnes , 

Mrs Elizabeth Woluerstone 

M' John Price 

Mr Joseph Ridgway 

M"' Edward Robert's 

Mr William Bradshaw 

Mr Robert Custis 

Mr Richard Lintott , 

Mr William Sapster , 

Mr John Marshall , 

Mr Henry Gorges , 

Mr Benja Middleton 

Mr John Wiltsheir 

Mr Basill Dixwell 

Mr William Greene 

Mr Robert Hooper 

Mr Richard Salter 

Mr Samuell Hanson 

Mr William Harmer 

Mr Samuell Warner 

Mr John Battine Jujor 

Mr John Tull 

Mr Dauid Morgan 

Mr Thomas Gunstone 

Mr John Renney 

Mr William Harris 

Mr GaBRILL DEANE 

Mr George Keyser 

Mr John Morecott 

Mr Barnes Widdoe 

Mr Richard Britland 



Number of 
Acres 



57 
20 
10 
40 
10 
10 
10 
144 
46 

.125 

379 
140 

37 
100 
219 
217 

57 

32 

4 

190 
10 
20 

16s 

15 
29 
22 
104 
55 
15 
25 



Number: of 
White 
Seru" 



Number of 
Negroes 



.. 


40 




6 


. . 


I 


. . 


6 




7 




8 




7 


2 


60 




14 




2 


•• 


58 


•• 


130 




43 


■• 


19 


•• 


42 


2 


117 


4 


120 


(5 


105 


r 


12 




16 


5 


80 




8 


• • 


19 


I 


42 




8 


* • 


2 




14 


I 


42 


•• 


27 


•■ 


13 


•■ 


19 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



4^3 



Masters & mistreses Names yt are owners of 
Land in ye Parish of S' Georges in ye Island 
of Barbados taken by the command of his Ex- 
cellency S, Jonathan Atkins K' ye 23"" Decem- 
ber — 1679 — 

Mr George Willson 

Mr James Butler 

Mr Thomas Leare 

Sr Peter Leare 

Ml' Thomas Battson 

Mr Samuell Palmer 

Mr Charles Buttall 

Mr George Greene his Planta 

Collonell Hen: Drax 

William Bulkely Esqr f his sonn . . 

Samuell Husbants Esqr 

Mr Tho: Wiltsheir Deceased 

Mr James Butt & Mary Middle- 
ton 

Mr Sam: Smith 

Mr John Wheeler 

Mr Robert Rich 

Mr Jonathan Andrewes 

Mr Peirse Poor 

Mrs. Applewhite Widdoe 

Mrs Booth Widdoe 

Mr John Renney Jujor 

Mr John Robins 

Mr John Elliott 

Sr Thomas Bendish 

Mr John Evans 

Mr Darby Mackone 

Mr William Clarke 

Mr MICHAELL POORE 

Mr Antho: Lord 



Number of 
Acres 



16 
127 

no 
70 
48 
258 
70s 
380 
420 
180 

42 
26 
20 
40 
37 

9 

169 

10 

7 

7 

10 

72 

10 

7 
6 
6 
6 



Number of 
White 
Seru" 



Number of 
Negroes 



7 
3 

75 
123 

75 

35 

44 

52 

327 

174 

220 

93 

2 
6 



464 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



Master & mistreses Names y' are owners of 
Land in y' Parish of S' Georges in y Island of 
Barbados taken by the command of his Excel- 
lency S' Jonathan Atkins K' ye 23"' December 
—1679— 



M"" Robert Dawson . . 

Mr BiTLER & COLETON 



Sume Totall 



Baptized in The aboue S^, 
pish p the Register Booke / 
from ye 25 march 78: to y^ ( ^ 
29: 7''" 1679 , 



\ 



Buried in S<J Parish in y' 
time 



Number of 
Acres 


Number of 
White 
Sem" 


Number of 
Negroes 


15 

IS 


. 


• t 


9569 


Ill 


4316 









66 



p jNo COUSSINS & Paule Lyte, Church Wardens 



(In-dorso 



Acco' of Inhabitants 1 21 

Land &c in the parish 
of S' George. 

Rec<i 3<i June 1680. 



PARISH REGISTERS. 465 



Barbados. Baptismes. 

l^gHILDREN BAPTIZED in the parish of St Georges from 
Ib^^I march the as""- 1678. till September y= 29*1679 

d 

Miles y= Sonne of Miles TuppiN: baptized Aprill— 01 — ^2, 

John y^ Sonne of John Pitts baptized Aprill — 04 — 

John y= Sonne of Lawland Claree . .baptized Aprill — 12 — 

Jdeth y'' daughter of John Robbison. .baptized May — 30— 

Anne y= Daughter of MICHAEL PORE; . . baptiz'd July — 06 — 

Mary, & Elizabeth y= daughters of Thomas White . .July — 18 — 
Samuel, y^ Sonnne \_sic\ of James Downing. . baptiz'd . .July — 21 — 
Sarah y= daughter of marmaduke Nicolls. . baptiz'd . .July — 26 — 

George y= Sonne of John Sedgewicke baptized . . July — 30 — 

Elizabeth y= daughter of william Greene, baptized August— 07 — 

Anne y= daughter of MATTHEW JENNINS baptized august — 25 — 

Paul y" Sonne of Paul Lyte baptized august — 31 — 

Henry y= Sonne of DANIEL GUNNE baptized . .7ber. — 14 — 

John y= Sonne of Edward Morgan baptized.. .7ber. — 22 — 

Margaret y*' daughter of George Keyzar 8ber — 03 — 

Samuel y^ Son of Bonaventure Jellfes baptized 8ber — 13 — 

John y= Sonne of John Whiting baptized 8ber— 25 — 

Thomas y= Sonne of John Dollstan baptized 8ber — 3 1 — 

Hester y daughter of Alexander Crookshank 9ber — 03 — 

John y= Sonne of WILLIAM Allen baptized gber — 24 — 

Henry y= Sonne of John Gouldingham xber — 04 — 

Elizabeth y" Daughter of Anne Rees widdow xber — 06 — 

John y^ Sonne of Robert Part baptized xber — 09 — 

John y= Sonne of John Bradford baptized January — 26 — - 

John y"= Sonne of John Jemmot baptized february — 19 — 

Elizabeth y« daughter of Charles Sawyers march — 06 

59 



4^6 FARISH REGISTERS. 



Sarah y= daughter of Edward Gibbs baptized march — 21 — 

George y^ Sonne of John Pitts baptized Aprill. 23-1679 

Benjamin y= Sonne of Widdow Wiltsheir Aprill— 25 — 

Nathanael y= Sonne of Henry Harding baptiz'd June — 10 — 

William y'^ Sonne of Jonathan Andrewes baptiz'd ...June — 15 — 

Elizabeth the daughter of John Handy baptized July — 20 — 

MarMADUKE y= Sonne of MARMADUKE NicoLLS July — 22 — 

Richard y= Sonne of John Tulls baptized 7ber — 04 — 

John y^ Sonne of John Ipsley baptized 7ber. — 07 — 

William y= Sonne of miles Tappin; baptiz'd 7ber — 15 — 



Coppied out of y= register- p. me. DANIEL DYKE Cleric 

booke for y^ parish of S' Georges — 
in ye Island of Barbados. December y' 8"^ 1679. 



Barbados. 

URIALLS in y= parish of S' Georges from y= 25'h. of March: 1678. 
untill y° 29"> September. 1679. 

BURIALLS 

John y'= Sonne of Lawland Claree buried Aprill- 14- 167 8 

William Plowman buried May— 12— 

Thomas, y Sonne of Barbary Steele buried May— 31— 

Sarah y= Wife of William Davis buried June 13— 

John Booth buried June— 14— 

John y= Sonne of Thomas Neale buried July— 07 — 

Anne y= daughter of Michael Pore buried July — 07 — 

Sarah y^ daughter of Marmaduke Nicolls august— 01 — 

Richard Lacon's daughter buried ...august — 05 — 

Nicholas Willson buried ...august— 26— 



PARISH REGISTERS. 467 

Burialls 

William y= Sonne of John Palmer buried /ber — 07 — 

Thomas Wiltsheir Junior buried 7ber— 19 — 

Joyce Williams buried 7ber— 20 — 

Amy y= Wife of William Brettland buried 7ber — 28 — 

Amy y« Wife of Thomas Brookman buried Sber — 07 — 

Elizabeth y= daughter of William Greene buried Sber — 09 — 

Robert Quarree* buried Sber — 14 — 

Richard Harris buried Sber — 25 — 

John Whiting buried Sber — 28 — 

James y= Sonne of John Holman buried Sber — 29 — 

William y= Sonne of William Matthewes, buried Sber — 30 — 

Elizabeth Jones 9ber — 02 — 

Nathan Morris 9ber — 11 — 

Robert Hoskins , buried 9ber — 20 — 

Charles y= Sonne of Charles Cheyny buried xber— 17 — 

Anne y= Wife of James Gad buried xber— 2S — 

Thomas Wiltsheir Senio'^ buried xber — 31 — 

Bridget y^ daughter of Edward morris . . .buried . . January— 04-!^ 

Peter LittleWOOD buried . . January — 30 — 

Richard Posslet buried.. January — 30 — 

Bridget ye wife of William Sapster buried February — 01 — 

Rose ye daughter of Robert Graves buried Feb" — 02 — 

Matthew Macklond buried Feb'' — 09 — 

John Crage buried Feb^ — 12 — 

Daniel Morton buried ..Feb'' — 2S — 

Sarah ye wife of John weaver buried ... march — 02 — 

Richard Foot buried . . . march — 19 — 

Moses Naseby buried . . .March — 27-1 679 

Samuell Brookes buried... Aprill— 03-1679 

JohnTeene buried... Aprill— 04 — 

Mary graves T buried... Aprill -16 — 

PeircE Pore buried... Aprill — 17 — 

George Nice buried May — 02 — 

* [The first letter in the MS, is blotted, but I do not think there can be much doubt as to the 
pume. ] 

59-2 



468 PARISH REGISTERS. 



Burialls 

Peter More buried May-04-1679 

Thomas Colton buried May— 05— 

Mary ye Daughter of Samuel Boys May— 06 — 

Alexander Buckle buried May— 07— 

Charles Andrewes buried May— 22— 

John Hollowell buried June— OS- 
Benjamin WolveRSTON buried June— 11 — 

Teage Onan buried June— 14— 

Henry Jones buried June— 24— 

Frances ye Wife of Oliver Cottom buried July— 01 — 

Abigail ye daughter of Edward Claypole July— 16— 

Jane ye daughter of William Avery July— 25— 

Margaret ye Wife of John Price July— 28— 

George ye Sonne of Barbary Steele buried July— si- 
John ye Sonne of RICHARD Harlow buried... august — 10— 

Mary ye daughter of Thomas Read buried... august— 11 — 

Martha ye wife of Anguis Banes buried... august— 12 — 

William Davis buried... august— 25 — 

Lawrence ye Sonne of Thomas Wiltsheir 

Junior, deceasd buried /ber. 03 — 

Benjamin ye Sonne of Thomas Wiltsheir 

junior deceasd buried 7ber — 06 — 

William Crafts buried 7ber — 07. — 

Samuel ye Sonne of Bonaventure Jellfes buried 7ber — 23 — 

Mary ye Daughter of Robert Part buried 7ber — 23 — 



(66) 

Coppied out of ye register- December ye S'^i 

booke for ye parish of S' Georges. 1679. 

in ye Island of Barbados. pr. me DANIEL DYKE Cleric. 

[endorsed] BARBADOS 

Accot of Christnings . 36. 
Burials 66. 

in the Parish of 
St. George. 

Rec^l 3"^ June. 1680. 



PARISH REGISTERS, 



469 



List of the Masters & Mistresses names w"i what Lands Sj 
Seruants & negrees they haue, & Asoe what Christenings Sj 



Burialls hath been in the Parish of S'. Andrews, 



Masters & Mistris names 



Leu' Bassill Gibbes no [2 



Acres 

of jSeniants 
Land 1 



John Foord Esq'': 

Capto John Gibbes 

Thomas Leake Esqr 

M"" Richard Edwards 

Captn Abbll* Alleyne 

Captn Samuell Woodword . . 

Mf John Houlder 

The Widdow HUTCHINS 

Mr John Swann 

Mf Samuell Austen 

John Boden Esqi^ 

Mf Richard Morris 

Mf Edward Jordan 

Thomas Richards 

Doctof Edward Lammy 

Mi-s Martha Hamerly 

Mf George Hurst 

John Savery 

Mf William Hawks worth . . 
Captn Tymothy Thornhill . . 

Mrs Anne Johnston 

Lt Charles Sandiford 

L' William Hall 

Captn Archibald Johnston. . 

Mr W" DOTTEN 



280 
200 
ISO 
30 
316 
120 

57 
10 

42 

6 

250 

IIS 
28 
12 

14 

86 

no 

S3 

18 

170 

105 

IS 

40 

60 

109 



men 
4: men 
i: man 



I : man 



I 



I2:men 
i:man 







i: 


man 


I 


man 



3: men 
3: men 



Negi'oes: 



04s 
120 

093 
060 
031 

IIS 
046 
041 

003 
014 

002 
143 
03 s 
010 
008 
005 
019 
040 

006 

ISO 
041 
004 
009 
036 
60 



Christiiiii"s 



one Mary 
one Elizo; Burges 



one Sarah 



one Richard 
one Anne 
two Sonns 



Burialls : 



I : man 

4: men 

2: Children 

I : Sarah 
i: man 

3: men 



I : man 

2: 
i: 

2: 



3: men 
3: men 



:boy 



* [?Abell.] 



47° 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



Masters & mistris names 



Lt John Sandiford 

Doctor John Hayward . .'. . 
John Somerhaies Esq^ . . . . 

John Merrick Esqr 

Mr Allexandek Bartlett 

Mr John Jephson 

William Roach 

Mr John Surges 

Mr David Smith 

Mr Stephen Smith 

Mrs Mary Cobham 

Mr Robert Hayte 

Doctor Stephen Gibbes. . . . 

Mr Hugh Williams 

Mr Thomas Brookes 

Mr W" Rawlings 

The Widdow Ellicott . , . . 

Mr John Tayte 

Mr Hugh Dunn 

Mr John Belford 

Dennis Murfey 

Mr Thomas Cadle 

John Boothman 

Daniell Donavan 

Caleb Rouse* 

Mr John Swan 

Mr Henry Collett 

John Thomas 

Andrew Fallin 

Daniell Shanis 

James Stollard 

William Roch* 



Acres 

of 
Land 



75 
30 
140 
266 
12 
10 

4 

40 

6 

50 

87 
18 
28 
10 
12 

9 

86 

16 

10 

8 

14 
9 
S 
4 



2: men 
6: men 



Seniants: 



i: man 



Negroes: 



033 
006 

051 
167 
006 
003 
001 
016 

008 
26 

005 
014 
COS 
021 
004 
010 
005 

002 



001 
000 
003 

14 
02 
003 
001 
001 
001 

OCX 



Cliristnings 



one Anne 



Buvialls; 



i: Boy 
i:Girle 



i:Eoy 



* [A pen has been drawn through these names in the Orig. MS.] 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



471 



Masters & mistris names 



Acres 

of 

Land 



George Dent 

James Webb 

Ml" Robert English 

Philip Charles 

John Smith 

Teague Boy 

Mr John Slye 

M'" Thomas Coppin . . 
Capt Abell Gay . . . . 



26 

12 

100 



The Widdow Gay 100 



L' John Mills 

Ml- Henry Jeenes 

Mf Andrew Follyn 

Mr Daniell Shahanisse . 

Mr George Bustian 

Mr John Welch 

Mr Robert Hiue 

Mr Robert Hewitt 

Mr Henry Kelsoll 

Mrs Hellen Cantey 

Mr Bartholomew Reese . 
Mr Thomas Beresford . . . 

Lt Bennett Reese 

Mr Nathaniell Snow . . . 

Mr Caleb Rouse 

Mr Edward Paine 

L' Humphery Waterman 
Mr Robert Richards . . . 

Mr William Davies 

Mr John Wayte 

Mr Phillip Rosse 

Mr Richard Willis . . . . 
Danill Dynegell 



260 
6Z 
26 
10 
10 

19 
10 
10 

IDS 
20 

152 

180 
60 

180 
76 

s 

186 

60 

82 

93 
12 

5 
5 



Sevuants; 



3: 

i: 



NeOToes: 



006 
001 
004 
001 

002 
001 
005 
009 

028 
019 

90 

12 
01 

001 
001 

005 
030 
007 
051 
028 
006 
048 
003 

092 

25 
22 

050 
004 
001 



Chiistnings 



Burialls: 



one Andrew 



two Sonns 
two Sonns 

one Daughter 



i: 



472 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



masters & mistris names 



Acres 

of 
Land 



Ralph Frettwell Esqf 

M'" John Locke 

Mr Thomas Russell . . . 

Mr Andrew Black 

Mr David Michell 

John Nobb 

W" Campion 

James Binney 

W" Henderson 

W»' PURSS , 

Thomas Johnston 

Symon Rud 

Richard Willis 

Daniell Dougle 

Dermott Mahont 

Dennis Mackhala 

John Daniell , 

Thomas Layton 

Henry Layton & ) 
Jane Webb ) 



Seraanls 



i: 



25 
20 

10 



Negroes 



Total 109 SS97 

Lands in dispute between") 
the Lady YEAMANS Madam [-719 
Farmer Madam Sparks Amo'sJ 

Lands in this parish & the^ 
owners lives in other parishes !- 1260 
Amounts to J 

Totall 7576 



006 
005 
014 

003 
005 
003 
001 
002 
008 
001 
001 
001 
002 
002 
003 
003 

005 



Chris tniiigs 



Burialls 



47 I 2248 



44 



MATTHEW GREY Minister 
JOHN FOORD 

BASILL GIBBES.. Churchward 



(endorsed) BARBADOS. 

Ace' of Inhabitants . . 109. 

Christnings £8. 

Burials 44. 

Land &c in S' Andrew's parish. 

Reed 3d June, 1680. 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



473 



Am: 1680 (?) 

True and Perfect List of all y^ Names of ye Inhabitants in ye 
Parrish of Christ Church, with an Exact accompt of all ye Land, 
white Seruants ; and Neg's within ye Said parrish Taken This 2.3'^ 
Decemb' 1679 



Adam 

Arnett . . . 
Andrews . 

Adams 

Alcorn . . . 
Anderson . 
ashburner 

AUSTINE., .. 

Alsopp . . . , 
Addice . . . . 
Addis John 
Anderson 

AUSTINE . . 

Alsopp . . 

ASHURST.. 

Aspiurst.. 
Andrews 
Arthur . . 
Arnett . 
Arch . . . 
Anderson 



A 

John 

. Dauid . . , 
.Roger .. . 
.Conradt . 

.John 

.Adam 

.William . 
.Thomas .. . 
. Richard . 
Edward . . . 
Orphant . 
. William . 

.John 

. Edward . 
.John 

. Beniamin . 
. Thomas . 
. Michaell 
.Patrick . 
.John ... 
.Thomas . 



acres 
Land 



192 

SO 
10 
10 

• s 
■ s 
13 

•5 
■S 
20 

•3 



30 
10 

33 



1\ 

2\ 



411 



w" Seniants 



10 



Neg" 



,..64 

. ..20 

..18 

..21 

•• 5 



. I 
, II 



.16 
. 2 
.11 
' 7 



i8S 



60 



474 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



B. 

BiSHOPP Joan 

BucKwoRTH . . Richard 

BoNNETT . . . .Thomas deed 

Bond Francis 

Browne Stephen 

Barry John 

Blanchard ..William 

Bull Christoph" 

BoxriELD Thomas 

Baker Esias 

BpiGSTOCK Richard 

Barnes Olliver 

Burton Agnes Widdow. . 

BuRBON John and Comp" . 

Bourne John 

Bourn John Junio' 

Bently Martyn Esqu' . . 

Brooks John 

Blake Nicholas 

Bayly Robert 

Bourne Samuell 

Buenno Beniamin 

BouLiNE (?) . . Henry 

Briggs William 

BuRK Tobias 

Barry Alce 

Bateman John 

Bayly Charles 

Bradly Ralph 

Bradly Robert 

Banbrigg Robert 

-. Buttler William 

BoYNER John 



ncres 
Land 

.202 
.188 

..138 
,. 60 
.. 85 
,. 14 

.. 15 
.. 18 

....s 

....5 
....7i 
I 

•• 55 
....%\ 
.. 12 
....7 

■•245 
.. 30 
....9 
....7 

....S 

....4 

.. \2\ 
....4 
. . TO 
....7 
.. 32 

....s 

... .2 
• • 002 

.. 10 

.... ^-3- 

• ■ • • J4 



w" Seruants 



Neg" 

,..6s 

...65 



,..i6 
. . . 12 
... 4 
••• 3 

. . . I 



•17 

. 2 

. I 

,.ii 

154 
.. 8 

■ • 7 



7 

2 

4 



I 
9 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



475 



BuRK James 

Budding — Richard... 

Bayly Richard . 

Baxter Edward . . . 

Beard Rich" deed 



,, Clark Margarett .... 

Cooper Thomas 

/, Clement . . . .William 

Clark Francis 

y-CoNowAY — Cornelius 

COUGHLAN TeAGUE 

Chaffin Daniell 

Conner Bryen 

CocKTON — Daniell 

Clark Edward 

coppinger jopin ; 

Carner [PCarver] Michaell . . 

Crichlow .... Elizabeth 

Chrichlow . .James 

Clark Roger 

Clark Christoph' 

Cason Thomas 

Crichlow Henry 

Clancey Cornelius 

CuDDEN John 

Collyer ....Tobias 

COMELL DuGWELL 

.Clark William and Comp'i- 

Conney Edmond 




60 — 2 



476 



PARtSH RS,GISTERS. 



Cloughan .... Elizabeth 

Creede John 

CoLLEY Thomas 

CORTEENE ElLINOR 

Chizell Daniell 

Cauan John 

Chappell . . . .Jonah Deed .... 
CoOKE MarGRETT Widdow 

Cpiase Stephen 

Conneyland . Patt: and Comp" 

CoppiNE John 

Carew Richard 

Churcher ....Thomas 

Clark Thomas 

CoDD James 

Cammell .... Gilbert 



D 
DoRN John 

Dorn Francis 

DowELL Richard . . 

^Dawson Milles — 

Dauis Edward — 

Daniell Nicholas . 

Drury Richard . , 

^^Dennis John , 

Dollar John 

Duke Henry — 

DuMESNiLL . . Carew 

Dauis Margarett 



acres 
Land 

, .2 
26 
10 

.,6 

.2\ 
. .2 
2I 

••5 
•■9 

■•5 
38 

■•5 
15 
13 

,.4 

SS8 



acres 
Land 

S6 

37 

••3 

■•S 

. . I 

10 

61 

..2^ 

23 
70 
10 



w" Seruants 



w" Seruants 



Neg" 
2 

4 



I 

I 

3 
6 
2 



216 

Neg'" 

31 

I 
I 

8 

25 

2 

4 

37 

2 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



477 



Denham John ... 

Demster John ... 

Dillon Garrett 

DURANT NATTHAN 

I Dennis John . . . 

DowLiNG .... William . 

Daniel John . .. 

Danby John .... 

DuRANT Thomas . 



Eyton William . 

Edney Peter . . . 

Elliott Joan ... 

Euans John ... 

Enes Pi-iiLLirp 

Earl Thomas . 

Elliott Richard . 



Frere Tobias Esqu' 

Frere John Esqu' 

Frere William 

FitzGerald . . Morris 

Fa'well \i.e. Farewell]. .James 

Forestall Richard . . . ^ . . 

Fawne John 

Frere William 

Farrow Robert 



acres 
Land 



6 

20 

8 

S 
3 
S 

2 

6 



333 



acres 
Land 



.98 
•52 
.10 

• 3 

• 4 
.12 



79 



Acres 
Land 



395 
180 
120 

IS 
18 
10 

• •s 

..I 
. . I 



w" Semants 



■vv" Seruants 

3 



w" Seniants 

.... s 



Nes'" 



9 
9 



134 

Neg'" 
.70 

2 

4 
3 

.20 
99 

Neg'" 

ISO 
80 
40 
9 



478 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



FoY Hugh . . 

Frame William . 

Ford Thomas . 

Foster John 

i/JFiELD Anthony 

Feyfield Richard. 

Fell Thomas . , 



G. 

Gunning ...John 

,^ Gray Richard deed 

Greenidge . . Richard 

Gray Robert 

Greenidge . . Jean 

Gaslee John 

Gorman Matthew .... 

Gilham John 

Garuey James 

Goodman Richard . . . . , 

Griggs John , 

, Gilbert Natthan"- . . , 

Gary Edward 

Gregory Ormond 

Griffin Edward 

Gilles Edward 

Gorden Peter 

Gilles Edward Junio'. 

JJrigson Robert 

George Thomas ....... 

GiBBS , John 



acres 
Land 

■••3 

. 10 

• IS 

. 25 

. II 

• 23 

•••5 
842 

acres 
Land 

.267 

.ISO 

. 40 

. 18 

...9 

. 20 

. 10 

...4 

•••S 
...8 
. 10 

•••S 
...8 
...5 
• 30 
. 10 
...8 

•••S 
. 10 



622 



w" Seruants 



Nc" 



w" Seruants 



' 9 
.10 

■ 5 



30s 



Neg'" 



••47 
••SS 
,. 9 

.. 4 
,. 4 
,.i6 
. . I 

•• 3 

• 9 

. 2 

. I 

• 4 

• 3 
. 6 



•• 7 
..10 

182 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



479 



H 

.., Harding Henry Deed . . 

Hargraues . . Allis 

Haselwood . . Thomas 

Hooper Jonathan 

Hawen [or Hausen] Samuell. 

Hooper Crispine 

Harlstone ..Edward 

HoRNiOLD William .. .. 

Hagthorp William 

Hyde Henry 

Hanmerry . . Nicholas 

HUTTON OLLIUER 

■Harris Zachariah . . , 

^Holmes John deed 

Humphryes . .Edward 

Humphryes . . Edward 

Holmes James 

Holder Nicholas 

Herringman William 

Hart .... Edward 

Hallam W" Deed 

Haley ..Thomas 

Harris Anthony 

^Harman William 

Henderson . .Francis 

HUGHINIS PaTTRICK 

HoGMAN Elizabeth 

Hatton Charles 

Haywood John 

.Holmes Henry 

Hackett William 

Hart Walter 

Hayes Thomas 



acres 
Land. 

220 
126 
170 

• SO 

• SO 
. 100 

• 30 

. 12 
...9 

•••S 
...6 



IS 

2S 

. . 2 

••9 
33 
14 
32 
20 
12 
10 
10 

••S 

..9 

10 

281 

IS 

12 

■•7 
80 



\v" Seriiants 

.... I 
.... I 



Neg'^ 
...90 

..sfs 
..7s 
..17 



, 1 1 

3 



. . I 

.. 8 
• 14 

■• 3 
..18 

,. 4 

.. 10 

. 6 
. 2 



•■IS 
.. 6 



.16 



480 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



Harbert .... Edward 

Hackett . . , .Ann & Compit 

Haughtaine . Richard 

Hanbury .... Nicholas , . . 

Hooper Daniell 

Hough William 



Ireland Thomas . . . . 

ILAM Richard . . 

Jones Anthony . . 

Jelph's John 

Jeames Margarett 

Jones Robert — 

Jeames Margarett 



K. 
KiNSLAND . . NaTTHAN'-'- Esqu', 

Kirton Phillipp deed. . , 

Kipps Jean 

Kelly ,.Dauid 

Kezar Teague 

Key William 

Knights John 

Knowles Andrew 

Kendall William deed . 

King Richard 



aci'es 
Land 

• 13 
. 21 

• 30 

•••5 



I2£ 



acres 
Land 



18 
10 

•3 
•5 
10 



46 



acres 
Land 

340 

360 

. 10 

• 13 

•••3 
. 16 
. 20 
.. . I 

•••5 
. 12 

779 



w" Seniants 



10 



\v" Semants 



w" Seruants 



14 



Neg'" 



9 
4 

419 



Neg'» 



2 
I 

5 
16 



Neg'» 

170 
130 

3 
3 

I 
6 



31S 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



481 



Lewis Edmond 

Leigh Sarah 

Lewis Dauid 

Lucas Richard . . . 

JLambert Arthur . . . 

LiNCK Thomas . . . 

Lewis John 

-Lee James 

Lettis Thomas 

,_^ACON Thomas 

Leland Christoph' . 

Locksmith. . . .Thomas 

LowRE John 

LouELL Constance. 

LONGSTAFF .... ELIZABETH . 



M 



Maxwell Thomas . . , . 

Mattson Matthias . . 

Moore Robert 

MuRFORD .... Richard . . 

Merricks .. ..John deed . . 
\Mason Thomas 

Moore Alce 

Mitchell Thomas. . . . 

Macc Graugh..Daniell . . 

Moody Dauid .... 

.Morris William . . 

Mattson Smithell . . 

Macc Daniell..Allexand' 

Munrow Andrew *. . 

Morris Hugh 



acres 
Land 


■w" Seruants 


Xeg'' 


214 


.... 8 


....72 


172 




....S3 


ID 




.... I 


....15 


.... I 


.. ..10 


.... 4 




2 


.... 9 






....IS 




.... 6 


....19 




.... 4 


... ,42 




....24 


.... 9 




.... I 


.... 30 




.... 9 


■•..3i 






.... 7 




.... 6 


•• 17J 




.... 6 


.... 9 






576 


.... 9 


193 


acres 
Land 


w„ Seniants 


Neg's. 


....24 


2 


....30 


....II 


2 


12 


.... s 




.... 2 


.. ..12 




.... 3 


.... 5 






.... 7 




.... 3 


2 






.. .. I 






2 




2 


....13 




2 


....IS 




2 


20 





• • • • J 


....13 




I 


.... s 




• •.. 3 


.... s 




I 



61 



482 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



Marsan Edward . . 

Maricland .... Henry . . . . 

Macc Graugh. John 

Morris Edmond.... 

"^Macc Breecly Bryen 

.^JMONK Henry . . , . 

MOHOLLAND . . JamES 

^M:kY John , 

MuNROw Allexand' . 

MiLLiNGTON . .John 



N 
yi^EWTON SAMUELL Esqu 

Nemias DAUiDaJew 

Noble .Mark 

NORRON KATHERINE 

NusuM Arthur 

Nus-UM Arthur Junio' 

Newman Margarett 

Nixon Mary 

Nurse Robert 



O 

Oker George . . 

Owtram Dorothy 

Oistine James . . . . 

OuERTON .... Robert . . 
Oistine - Nicholas 



acres 
Land 

,. ..10 
,...44 

. ... 10 
. ... 19 
• • • • 2 
....ID 
. . ..4I 
13 



257i 

acres 
Land 

.. 581 
20 

.... 5 

.. ..10 
48 

....13 
28 

.... S 

715 

acres 
Land 

69 

.. 1x6 
....6j 
.... 5 
.... 4 



w" Seruants 



w" Seniants 
IS 



,16 



w" Seruants 



..I 



Neg'' 

6 
,20 



8 
2 
2 



106 

Neg'- 

260 
12 

7 

7 
12 

9 



309 

Neg'" 

22 
28 
17 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



4§3 



Olliuer Margarett .... 


acres 
Land 

.... 4 


w" Seruants 


Neg'» 


OuTRAM Robert ^.. 


....10 








275 


.... I 


62, 


P. 

Pears John Esqu' 

Perriman Richard 


Acres 
Land 

910 

••••37 


w" Seraants 

.... 8 
.... I 


Neg'- 

.. 180 
20 


PiNCHBACK Thomas 


....38 




....11 


Pile Sarah 


••••45 
. . ..20 
....IS 

....4i 
.... 3 


.... I 


12 

.... 3 


Pead John 

PocKETT William 


.... 7 


Payne Elizabeth 


.... 4 






Perrott Ralph 


....70 




IS 


Pecock Robert 

Poyer Thomas 


.... 7 
....13 


.... 2 


.... 7 
3 


Parsons William deed .. 


.... 4 






Pittman Arthur 


••••IS 
.... 8 




.... 5 
.... 2 


Peak Christoph' 


4 




.... 2 


iPrice Matthew 


.... 5 




.... 2 


^J^iCE Henry 

^Price William 


••••35 
.... I 




....IS 


. Perry Edward 


.... s 






Sorter Robert 


.... 4 
.... s 




.... 7 


PooRE Peter 


.... ^ 








5 






Phelomy .... TOHN 


10 












1273 


13 


291 



61 2 



4S4 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



Q 
QuiGGEN John 



R 
RiCHBELL .... Robert 

RiSLEY CrESSENT . . . , 

RusHBROOK . . Henry 

Rodman Sarah 

Rodman John 

Rodman John Junio' . . , 

.Richards John .... 

JlicHARDSON . . Mary 

Rycraft Sarah 

^Richardson . . Dauid 

Reynold . . . .Jean Widdow 

Robinson . . . .Thomas , 

Robinson Robert 

i^RoGERS John 

„Rawlines . . . .John 

Rose Elizabeth.... 

Richardson . . George , 

Robinson . . . .Manuss (?) — 

RossE John 

^.Robinson . . . .William 

Rainsford ...John 

Renny Teague 

Renny Teague Jun' . . 

Rycord Samuell 

Ruck John 

Redman Richard 

; Robinson ....Edward 

Rentfree .... Robert 

Rymore Allexand' .. . . 





acres 
Land 


w" Seruants 




Neg'- 


.. 12 






6 


acres 
Land 


w" Seruants 




Neg" 


..315 


.... 8 


140 




.148 


.... I 




...84 




• SO 


.... I 




....13 




■ 75 






.. .. 2 




...7 






.... 3 




.. 47 






....13 




. . TO 






.... 7 




•• 33 






... 10 




• 45 






....12 




....4i 






.... 2 




>■••■• 






.... 8 




. . ID 






.... 8 




.. I2i 






.... 6 




.. I2i 






.... 3 




■■ 15 






.... 8 




,...8 






.... 3 




. . 10 






.... 7 




.. 17 






.... 6 




I 






> • • • • • 




• • ■ ■ ■ 




' 






•••3 










•••5 






• • • • • 




. 10 










. ..2 










• 44 






. ..16 




. 10 






• • • • • 




...7 






• • • • • 




. 10 






• • • • • 




...I 






• • ■ * • 











PARtSIt REGISTERS. 



48s 



RlCH° Esqu' 



SCAWELL . . 

\or Seawell] 

Searl John Esqu' .... 

SiLUESTER . . . .Madam 

...Scott Beniamin 

Shurland John 

Stanford Robert 

^5mith Elizabeth 

Stephens .... John 

Shelton Samuell 

Strode Henry 

Strawne Henry 

Sheron George 

Simpson James 

Speght William 

Sisters Elizabeth 

Snerling Robert 

Sadler Thomas 

Slany Anthony 

^tone. John 

Skaros George 

Sparowhawk ..James 

Strode Margrett 

.Stencer John 

Saunderson . .John 

Slaughter . .Thomas 

Studdy Thomas 

Shorte Owen 

SCRUTTON \or STRUTTON] .. JOHN 

Sawyer. Margarett .... 

Snipe John 

.Shore... Richard 



acres 
Land 



SSo 

36s 

180 

108 

30 

27 

■ •s 

••5 

..14 

30 

••5 
10 

..i| 
22 
36 

21 

20 
■•5 
••5 

23 
..4 

■•3 
..8 
..6 

••S 
10 

• • ■ • 

10 



w" Seruants 



II 
I 
2 

00 



Neg'» 



206 

184 

,40 

41 

,12 

9 
6 

3 

2 
6 

2] 
,19 



4 
4 
7 
I 
2 
3 

I 

4 
2 



4S6 



PARISH REGlSTEkS. 



Saunderson . . Robert 
Sutton Henry 



Thornburgh... George 

Trowell Phillipp 

1, Tyler Robert 

^Taylor John ........ 

Thompson John , 

Thorowgood. .Thomas , 

^Terrill Samuell 

Tubes Edward 

Tilney Thomas 

^Thomas Thompson .... 

Thistlethwaite . . Peter. ... 

Tichbourn Winnefred . . , 

Tysoe William 



V 

Vinton \or Vniton] ..Thomas 
Vfford John 

W 

^ Wattkines . .Dauid 

Wynn Richard 

JS'^alters .... Christoph' . . . . 
^Wattkines . . Robert 



acres 
Land. 

,. 10 

.... s 

iSii 

acres 
Land, 

. 40 

• 34 
. 21 
. 12 
...8 
. . . I 

•••31 
•••7* 
. 10 



17 
..I 



171? 



acres 
Land 



17 

■5 



22 



acres 
Land 

, . 20 

, . 60 

. 112 

...5 



w" Seraants 



.25 



w" Seruants. 



w" Seruants 



w" Seruants 



Neg" 



61S 



Neg'"- 



.10 
.21 

> 4 
, 6 

• 4 
. I 

, 2 



. 6 
I 

58 



Neg*' 



Neg'* 

, . . . 6 

I . . . o 

— 28 



PARISH REGISTERS, 



487 



Wright . .-■. . . . William .... 

Walrond . . . .Thomas 

Wasley John 

-Wattkines ..Thomas 

,;. Webster ....John 

Wise Christoph' .. 

^Williams .... Richard 

Wright John 

Warner Stephen .... 

Watt Dauid 

Wilson Anthony .... 

■-White Patrick 

Wilson Edward 

Wilson Charles 

Wilson Cpiarles Junio' 

Walter Richard .... 

-White Milicent .... 

Ward William .... 

Wilson William 

JWells John 

Wilson Margarett . . 

Ward Richard .... 

Waddine .... Thomas 

Wyatt Christoph' . . 

Whitehead . .Tho: deed .... 
^Walton Richard .... 



Total of 
Inhabitants 



410 



acres 

Land w 


" Seruants 


....2 


1 . • . . • 


• . 340 


... iS 


....I 


■ ....« 


.. 10 





....5 





.. 19 


• ••••• 


..406 


.... 2 


.. 40 


.... 4 


.. 18 






.. 10 






....6 






•• 13 






....6 






.. 20 






....s 






....21 






....21 






.. 14 






....9 






....5 






...-S 






2 






....2 






.. 10 






.. 2S 






.. II 






III2 


.. 24 









Neg" 



• 3 
170 

S 
I 

7 
200 

7 
II 
10 



6 

4 
6 



3 
6 



492 



488 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



The Sum Totall of Euery Lott Conteined in y^ w*in 
List Alphabettically Drawne and Cast upp att ye Foote 



acres Land 
I2978I • 


w" Seru"» 
..178 


Negros 
4723 


JNo KENNEY 

RICH ELLIOTT | Church Wardens 
JN° ADAMS J 



N Extract from ye Register of Christ Church of y^ Christnings 
within ye Said Parish from March ye 25: 78. to ye sg'l^: of 7b'': 79 



Anno Dom. 1678 
Aprill. 



Jane ye Daughter of Thomas and Jane Withering was bapt ye; 2^ 
Grissel ye Daughter of Timothy and Mary Hudley was bap' ye; 26* 

Margret ye Daughter of William and Mary Walton was bapt ye; 27th 

Thomas ye Sonn of Cornelius and Margret Stapons bapt 
Thomas ye Sonn of Nicolas and Marie Clare bapt 

Aii.gii,st 
Mary ye Daughter of Humphrey and Elizabeth Ball bapt 
Mary ye Daughter of WILLIAM and Mabell Howard bapt 
Joan ye Daughter of Benj* and Katherine Finch bapt 
Richard ye Sonn of Thomas and Elizabeth Haselwood bapt ye; 26* 



y^ 


2^1 


y^ 


t 


ye; 


I St 


ye.- 


1 8th 


ye; 


25 th 



PARISH REGISTERS. 489 

1678 

John ye Sonn of Thomas and Elizabeth Serle bap' y^: 30* 

Mary ye \_sic\ of John and Mabell Gittings of ye Age of s 
Eighteen years and Seaven moneths was bapt in ye P'sence V ye; 3itli 
of Edward Wasson and Anne Packson Wittnesses ) 



September 

Nicolas ye Sonn of Hugh and Mary Morrice was bap' y^: 8* 

Mary ye Daughter of DOWGALL and Mary Campbell bap' ye; S'li 
Francis ye Sonn of John and Ann Hanson was bap' y^: igt'i 

Robert ye Sonn of Robert and Mary Stanford was bap' ye; 24'!! 
John ye Sonn of John and Abigaill Collins was bap' ye; 29"» 



.th 







October 

Christopher ye Son of John and Anne Snipe was bap' ye i 
William ye Son of John and Margery Hinch was bap' ye; 2o"i 
Lancelott ye Son of LANCELOT and Mary Thompson bap' ye 20'h 
Jane ye Daughter of W" and Elianor Davies was bap' ye 24'h 

Machell ye Daughter of EDWARD and Machell AlSOPE bap' ye 31'h 

November 

Richard ye Sonn of Richard and Mary Bridgestock bap' ye lo'^'' 
Isabell ye Daughter of Robert and Katherine Church bap' ye 17'h 
Martha ye Daughter of James and Hanna Anderson bap' ye 24"! 
W" ye Son of Obah a Christian Negroe Woman was bap' ye 24"^ 

Susanna a Negroe Woman of John Osbourn's was bap' ye 24'ii 

whose vndertakers were Herbert Griffith, Ann Kelly, and 

Eliz: Watkins 
W" ye Son of ye Said Susanna, whose vndertakers were Ralph 

Bretton, and Edw^ard Price, and Mary Smith was baptized ye 24'ti 
Martha a Moletto Daughter of ye s^' Jo'-' OsBURN and Susanna 

bap' ye 24"! 
Theophilus ye Son of RictiARD and Elizabeth Lucas was 

baptized ye 26"^ 
Alexander ye Sonn of Thomas and Ann Ireland was bap' ye 28'^ 

62 



49° PARISH REGISTERS. 

1678 

Margret ye Daughter of ROBERT and ELIZABETH Bradly 

was bap' y^: 28* 
Mary ye Daughter of ROBERT and ELIZABETH JONES was bap' ye 28'h 

December 

Sarah ye Daughter of GEORGE and Elvv Hare was bap' ye i^t 

Grace ye Daughter of Oliver and Grace Pike was bap' ye; 10"' 

■^s^NNE ye Daughter of JOHN and SUSAXNA WEBSTER was bap' ye 171'! 
Richard ye Sonn of Zacharie and Elizabeth Harris was 

bap' ye 26"i 
Mary ye Daughter of W'' and Mary Phillips was bapt ye 30'!! 

yanuary 167I- 

JoB ye Son of Walter and Dorothy Hart of about. ^ 
22. years of Age his Chosen wittnesses Walter Hart I bapt yc qA 
and Thomas Hayes j 

Charity ye Daughter of Walter and Dorothy Hart . 
of about 19 years of Age whose Wittnesses were / 
Walter Hart Thomas Haves and Elizabeth T ^^P^ y" ^d 
Jewson and'jANE Haves ) 

Elizabeth of ye age of 8 years, and Katherine of ye ^ 
Age of Seaven years and Amarinzia of ye Age of 5 / 
years, and Benj'^ of ye Age of 7 moneths, all children f ^P • ^ 3' 
of Bernard and Elizabeth Schenckingh were bap'' 

Elizabeth yc Daughter of Nathaniel and Ann 
RiDGEWAY of ye Age: 11: years was bap' ye 4111 

John ye Sonn of Robert and Anne Snellin was bap' ye 7111 

Elizabeth ye Daughter of William and Anne Mercer 

was bap' yc 19th 

Philocleon ye Daughter of Richard and Jane Greenidge 

v/as bap' ye 2i''i 

Christopher ye Sonn [of] Christopher and Ann Bull was bap' ye 22"' 
Arthur ye Son of Arthur and Susanna Nusum was bap' ye 22'h 



PARISH REGISTERS. 491 



Fedr7tary. 
1674 

Mary of y^ Age of 5 years and 6 moneths, and HENRY -> 
the Age of 4 months, Daughter and Son of James and >- bapt y'= 13"' 

Mary Simson were J 

John ye Son of Daniell and Miriam Magrauhan was bap' y<= iS'^^ 
Katherine ye Daughter of Richard and Elizabeth 

Carew was bap' y^ 28"' 
Anthony ye Sonn of George and Mary Richardson was bap' y^ 28"! 

March 
Anna ye Daughter of Peter and Mary Jarret was bap' ye 7"i 

Anne ye Daughter of Richard and Anne Ferryman bap' ye i I'h 
Samuell ye Sonn of James and Elizabeth Madder was bapt ye i2"i 

Jno the Sonn of John and Mary Byno was bap' ye 13"! 

Lucy of ye Age of 2 years and Six moneths, and Anthony \ 
ten dayes old, Daughter and Son of Anthony and Mabell >- ye I3'i» 

Harris were bap' -' 

Conrad ye Son of Conrad and Elizabeth Adams... was bap' ye 23"> 
Robert ye Son of Robert and Rebecca Hanson ...was bap' ye 23"' 
Elizabeth ye Daughter of W" and Marie Speights was bap' ye 23"' 

Aprill 

James ye Son of Henry and Susanna Chructhloe was bap' ye 4'h 
Elizabeth ye Daughter of Peregrine and Isabell Guard 

was bap' ye 6"^ 
Elenor ye Daughter of Alexander and Elenor Osbourn 

was bap' ye 19'h 

Jno ye Sonn of JOHN and LOWRIE Spenlove was bap' ye 26'h 

James ye Sonn of Patrick and Jane Chain (or Ohani) was bap' ye 26'^ 
Katherine ye Daughter of Isaac and Susanna Ragg was bap' ye 26'h 

May 

Mary ye Daughter of JN" and Hester Adams was bap ye 3CI 

62 — 2 



492 PARISH REGISTERS. 

1679 

William ye Son of William and Ann Bridgestock was bap' y= 1 1"^ 

John the Son of James and Marv Holmes was bapt y^ 15* 

William ye Son of Margaret Cook Widdow was bap' y^ 14"' 

Jime 

Elizabeth ye Daughter of Smithy and Martha Matson 

was bapt ye 14"^ 
James the Sonn of John and Mary Jelpii was bap' ye 29**' 

ytdy 

James ye Son of James and Angeletta Oistins . . . was bapt ye 2^ 
Susanna ye Daughter of JOHN and Elizabeth Gaselee was bap' ye 3<i 
Edward ye Son of Stephen and Margret Chase was bapt ye ^fa 

George ye Son of George and Ann Giles was bapt ye 8"' 

Nicolas ye Son of Nicolas Bidlecomb by a Negroe Woman 

was bapt ye ^th 
Anne ye Daughter of Jno and Anne Creed was bapt ye 13th 

Angles t 

John ye Son of John and Anne Daniell was bapt ye 7111 

Mary ye Daughter of Roger and Mary Clarke ... was bapt ye 7th 

John ye Son of John and Elizabeth Smith was bapt ye 28"' 

Daniell ye Son of Darby and Elizabeth Mallonee was bapt ye 17111 
Thomas ye Son of Owen and Joan Mallonee was bapt ye ^jth 

September 

William of ye Age of ten moneths Son of William and Frances 

Smith bapt ye -^a 
William ye Son of W" and Elizabeth Woodfine was bapt ye 7th 
Samuel of ye Age of 7 months Son of David and Jane Arnet. 

was bapt ye c)"' 
Katherine ye Daughter of Teage and Katiierine Keyzar 

was bapt ye gth 



PARISH REGISTERS. 493 



1679 

Anne ye Daughter of JOHN and Katharine Rogers was bap' y« 15"^ 

W" ye Son of William and Joan Cole was bapt ye *'i^ 

Walter ye Son of Richard and Charity Hickman was bapt ye 25 '^ 
Davers ye Son of Richard and Elizabeth Seawell was bap' ye 26'h 

October 

Thomas ye Son of Thomas and Elizabeth Hughs . was bap' ye 13111 

John ye son of John and Susanna Merick was bapt ye igth 

John ye Sonn of John and Mary Bunnyon was bapt ye i6'h 

Elizabeth ye Daughter of James and Rebecca Crutchloe 

was bapt ye 17 



Total 93t JNo KENNEY s 

RICH : ELLIOTT t Church Wardens 



JN^-: ADAMS J 



Barbados 
1^^ N Extract from ye Register of Christ Church of ye Burialls w'^in 
IB^ I ye Said Parish from March ye 25th 1678. to September ye 29^1 
1679 

Anno DoiTi 1678 
May 

John ye Son of John Markland buried ye 3itii 

Annanias Man Senio' buried ye 4th 

Mary ye Wife of W^, Hallum buried ye 17th 

Jane Bryan buried ye 20'h 

William Hargrove buried 

* Date doubtful, owing to the oiig. MS. being split, 
t [It should be 98.] 



494 PARISH REGISTERS. 

July 

1678 

Francis y^ Wife of John Stone buried y= 12th 

William Leigh buried y^ 19* 

Jane ye Wife of John Coppin buried y^ 29* 

John Arch buried ye 5* 

Jane the Daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Haselwood bur ye 26* 
Charles the Son of Thomas and Anne Ireland buried ye 30."' 

SeptemU 

Maj' Richard Gray buried y^ io*ii 

Hester the Wife of Jno PEERSEEsq' buried y^ 15"' 

October 

JOSHUAH CHAPPELL buried ye 5th 

Thomas Crawford buried y^ 21* 

Katherine the Wife of W« Horniolde buried ye 28"> 

November 

Simon Reynolds buried ye 2^ 

Charles ye Son of John and Elizabeth Burton buried ye 28"> 

George Strode was buried ye 29th 

DecemB 
Arthur ye Son of Arthur and Susanna Nusum buried ye 28th 

Jaimary i67|. 

Margaret Oliver buried ye 29'h 

Jane ye Wife of Jno Thompson buried ye 31th 

Mabeel the Wife of Zachariah Harris buried ye 31th 



PARISH REGISTERS. 495 

February 

Stephen Smith buried y^ S'^ 

John BUSSIE buried y« 9* 

John Burton Junio' buried y^ lo* 

Edward Addison Junio' buried y^ lo* 

Jno Burton Senio' buried y^ 13'h 

John and his Wife Jane Little buried y^ 13'^ 

Christian a Negroe Servant of Maj' Kingslands buried y^ 13'h 

John Holmes buried y^ is"' 

William Kendall buried y= iS'i^ 

Deliverance Addison buried y^ iS"' 

Christopher Clancy buried y^ 18"' 

Jane the Wife of Edward Marson buried y^ 26'h 

March 

W" Cook buried y^ 2^ 

S' Robert Racket buried y^ 3^ 

Aprill 

Henry Harding buried y^ 21'^ 

Oliver Pike buried y= 22"' 

Rebecca Potter buried y^ 23'!' 

Sarah y= Daughter of Alexander and Mary Blowden buried y^ 26'h 

May 
Susanna y^ Wife of Henry Holmes buried y^ 17'^ 

JiLue 

David Robinson buried y^ 10"' 

Mathew Gormon buried y<= 23']^ 

James y« Son of John Jelph buried y^ 24'^ 

Thomas Chester buried y« 30'h 



496 PARISH REGISTERS. 

1679 

Jtdy 

Peter Alsope buried y^ ist 

John Bashford buried y^ 3^ 

William SiLCOMB buried ye s'li 

Edward the Sonn of Stephen and Margret Chase... burled y^ 9* 

Anthony Richardson buried y^ is'^' 

Henry Holmes buried y^ 22*11 

Richard Bedford buried ye 23* 

Martha Cauldwall buried ye 28«h 

AllgtlrSt 

Michaell Clark buried ye s'h 

Dorothy Callahan buried ye 10* 

Machell ye Daughter of Edward Alsope buried ye 19* 

September 
Samuell ye Son of Cap' David, and Jane Arnet buried ye 13'h 

JN° KENNEY 

RICH : ELLIOTT I Church Wardens. 

JNo: ADAMS I 



It^ 



Barbados 
|N account of all the Persons who have been baptized within the 
Parish of S' James since the 25* of March 1678 to the 29''' of 
September 1679 



1678 May — 23 — Elizabeth ye Daughter of Thomas Sertain 
August 1 1 — Elizabeth ye Daughter of David Poor 
Aug — 17 — Mary ye Daughter of Francis Waltho 
Aug — 25 — Anne ye Daughter of James Walwyn Esq' 



Septemb i — JOAN ye Daughter of William Habberd 



PARISH REGISTERS. 497 

1678 Sept— 5— Elizabeth ye Daughter of William Thomas 

Sept— 8 Elizabeth ye Daughter of Alexander Cuthbert 

—Mary the Daughter of Richard Middleton 
October — 10 — JOHN the Son of JOHN HiLL 
Octob — 15 — William ye Son of John Leech 
Oct — 15 — George ye Son of John Leech 
Oct — 15 — Susanna ye Daughter of John Leech 
Oct — IS — William ye Son of William Foster 
Oct— 20 — John ye Son of John Mirch 



November — 17— Ralph ye Son of Thomas Kemp 
Nov— 17 — Mary ye Daughter of Thomas Kemp 
Nov— 24— Anne ye Daughter of Richard Chom 



December 8 Henry ye Son of M'' William Chester 
February 23 DORCAS ye Daughter of Henry Wright 



1679 August 24 Pierce ye Son of Henry Watty 

Aug— 27 Andrew ye Son of L' Coft Andrew Affleck 
September 5 John the Son of M^' John Hooker 
Sept — 25 Thomas ye Son of John Daniel Esq'. 



Baptized in the Parish 
of S' James since ye 
2S'h of march 1678 \'^^ 
to ye 29 of Septemb 1679 - 



Concordat cu Registro 
C. LEGARD 

vicarius ibid 



Barbados 

N ace' of all the Persons that have been buried within the Parish 

of S' James since the 25 of March 1678 to the 29 of September 

1679 

1678 March 28— Matthew ye son of Matthew Pedder 

63 



498 PARISH REGISTERS. 

Burialls 
1678 Aprill— 8 — Ralph ye son of Mj- John Hooker 
Apr — 13 — Henry Yates 
April — 29 — John Hudson — who was casually drownd 



May — 6 — ELEANOR Payn 

May — 7 — Elias Williams 

May — 8 — Mary y^ Daughter of John Slaughter 

May — 23 — Robert Bell 

May — 31— John Thomas 



June — I — Nicolas Lawrence of St Thomas's Parish 
June — 27 — Mary Slate, — Serv' to Cap' Josias Cox 



July — I — Matthew Whetty 
July — 3 — Mary Driskell 
July — 10 — John Osdell 



September — 4 — David Callahone 

Sept 16 — John Sparke Esq' 

Sept — 18— Joan ye Wife of Ralph Carr 



October — 9— Mary ye Daughter of Richard Middleton 
Octob — 14 — Capt Robert Arundell 
Octob — 16— William Lincklate, servt to Judge Reid 
Octob 30 — ^John Downs 



Novemb i — Alexander Robinson 
Novem— 4 — ^JOHN Nicolls 
Nov — 14 — Elizabeth Cook. 



December i — Michael ye Son of James Goffe 
Decemb 22 — John Beaton 
February 12 — William Jones 



PARISH REGISTERS. 499 

Burialls. 
1679 May— 8 — Frances ye Wife of John GOEING 
June— 7— Mary ye Wife of Morgan Murphy 

June — 13— Edward Webb. 

June— 29 — John Dudley 

July— 4 Alice ye Wife of THOMAS WALTER 

July 14— James Innis 

July — 22— Tobias Payne 

July 27 — John ye son of M>' JOHN Batt 

July 29 — Owen Collohone 



August 6 Anthony Steerman 

Agu 7 John Armitage of the Parish of S' Peters who 

was casually drowned 
August — 19 Francis Bearne 
Sept 6 John ye Son of M'- John Hooker 

Sept 7 James ye Son of Alexander Murrey 

Sept 8— Cornelius ye Son of Dearman Driskell 

Sept II James Pursley 
Sept 22 Elizabeth ye Wife of William Spence 

Buried in ye Parish of St ") Concordat cQ Registro 

James from ye 25 of March 1678 [-44 C LEGARD vicarius 



I- 



to ye 29 of September 1679 ) ij^j^ 



[indorsed] Barbados 



Acco^ of Christnings 23. 

Burials 44. 

in S' James Parish. 
Rec^ 3>i June 1680. 



63—2 



500 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



NN: Acco': of the: land As Itt: Stondeth: In ye church Books: With 
the Number of Servants And Negros With the Names: of the 
Owners thereof In the psh: of S' James: As: Was taken by the Church 
Wardens of the Said Parrish the 20d December 1679 



A 

Aflick: Andrew: Leu' Cofto 

Andrews: Euen 

Andrews: W" 

Alling Jacob Very pore 

B. 

Baylye: Richard: Cofto 

Bond: Francis: Esqr 

Burhall: George 

Banbrig: Robert: Docto' 

Burrowes John 

Bat-t: John Senj' 

Balam: Charles Cap' 

Burgis Thomazing m's 

Burton Francis: Capi 

BissEX William m' 

Byrne: Dinnis 

Blake: John 

Belchem: John Very pore 

Biggnell W" Very pore 

Ball: John — Dec^ his Widdow is pore 

C 

Chester William: m'' 

Cox : JosiaS: Capt 



Seru" 



land,, 

. .,96 
. ..20 



228 
120 
.10 

■ • ■ 

. 10 
.40 
.78 
.20 

•IS 

• 9 
.10 
.24 

• 3 

• 3 

"I 



120 
247 



Neg''„ 
. . . .70 

.... 7 
. . . . 2 



67 
II 

4 
2 

17 
22 

7 

4 
II 



••45 
122 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



501 



Sera'' 



Chamberlaine: Francis: Cap' 

CoLLiNGS: James 

Chace John 

Christopher William 

COURTYERE GeORGE 

Camerrame John 

Chapeman Richard 

Challener Rob-^ 

Cresswell John 

Cuta Mathew: Day: Thomas: 

Miller: Jno: pore 

Clements Robert pore 

D. 

Daniell John: Esq' 

Dymocke: William: Capt 

Dyer: William Dec^ his Estates . . 

Dollathy: Elizabeth 

Dalbey: Joane 

DowNES Henry 

Duce: Gyles 

Damerall Thomas pore 

DuNEiNG Henry pore 

E 

Euens: Richard Esq'' 

Elding: Edward; Capt 

Elmes: John: 

F. 

Feake: Henry 

Fitte: Robert: 



land,. 



.20 

121 

27 

16 

45 



160 
•57 
317 
.40 
. 8 
.18 

. 10 

1 

• 4 



i7t 
176 

. 5 



245 
..30 



Neg\ 




....16 


. ... ID 


.... 8 


.... 8 


.... 8 


• ••••■ 

.... 5 
I 

« 1 • • « t 

• •#•■• 
«••••■ 



■•55 

,.60 

120 



6 

7 
I 



,78 
.70 

• 3 



120 
,.14 



502 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



Foster: Robert: Docto' 

Flint: George 

FuTER Thomas 

Feak Richard for: NathH:: William- 
son 

FuREY Charles pore 

Freeman William pore 

G 

GiBBES: Phillip 

GiBBES: Joseph: 

GiBBSON John 

Gibbson: Mathew 

Grave: William 

Gillham Emanuell 

Garret: Emond 

Groneare John pore 

Garner: Mary pore 

Garner: Miller & Compa pore 

H 

Helmes Thomas Maj' 

Helmes: Thomas: Cap' 

Hooker John 

Habing Thomas 

Higginson Marg^ 

Hall: John 

Hewes John 

Holder: Melitiah 

Holder: John: Jun' 

Hopekings Samuell 

Hill John 



Sei-u",, 



Land,, 



7 



4 

3 



■ 7 

. ID 
■32 



7 
4 
3 



174 

,.25 

.. 7 

. . 10 

.. 6 
,. 4 
,. 4 
•• 5 



• 134 
, ..6o 

... 6 

. . ID 

..14 
.. 6 

I GO 
..98 
.. 4 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



503 



HousFEiLD John pore 

Harrison: Abraham , 

: I : 

Jeffords: Eliz^ , 

John Johnson 

K 

Knights Benj^ : Esq>' 

Kelley: Rob'^ : 

King RoB'f 

Knatcheull John 

Kenn Mathew Docto' 

Kelley John 

Knightingall Nathaniell pore 
Kanty: Darby pore 

L. 

Littleton: Edward: Esq>' 

Lane Anthony Cap' 

Lowther: Luke 

Leach: John . . ., 

Loue Mary 

Lawrance Henry 

Lewis: Hugh: Capt 

Legaye Jacob Senj' 

Luke: Elias: 

Langham Thomas 

LeageR: Widdovv pore 

M 
Mellows: Elisha: Cap* 



Seru" 



Land 



Negi'os 



5 
4 



>20 
■13 



300 
..62 

•• 5 
•• 4 
..IS 

,. 4 
■• 3 



205 
20 

, 12 
16 

10 
.40 
.21 
.20 
S 
7 



•47 



... 6 
.. . I 



ISO 

■ n 
■■ 3 

• 3 

• 9 



120 
4 

6 
5 
3 
6 

'IS 



.24 



S°4 



PARISH REGISTERS, 



MuNDY: Eliza 

MuLLENEX William 

Merrell Thomas: Capt . . , 

Mell: William 

Marting: John 

Maddox Thomas pore . . , 

Middleton: Richard 

Maccony Dinnis 

Hassling William 

MUNNS: Thomas: Ensigne , 

Morraine John 

Morgaine Rob'^: pore . . . . , 
Maccony: Dinnis pore . . , 
Mackgerry William pore . 
Mackward: Fellen pore 

N. 

Nelson Thomas 

NoRRis Samuell Capt 

O 

Odam William 

Odgne: Edmond 

P 
Paige Sarah 

Parker Richard ..... . . . 

Pereing Sabasting , 

Pare Edward 

Pearce: Benony 

Paine Tobias 

Petter Samuell 



heniants 



Land" 

•••75 
17 
35 
20 
ID 

s 



Negros" 



■ 7 

•IS 



•30 

• 7 
.24 



, .26 
..14 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



SOS 



Q 
Quale Hugh 

QuERKE Richard 

: R : 

Reid John Esq' 

Richards Thomas 

Ramsey Roas m's 

Russell Phillip 

RiUERS William 

RoASS Thomas: Docto' 

Reid: Adame pore 

Rauen: Xtopher pore 

Richardson: Nicholas pore 

Reeues Thomas pore 

Robinson: John pore 

S 

Stanfast John: Cotto 

Sparks: Joye: Madam 

Scott: Walter: Cap* 

Steward: Amey 

Smiti-iwicke W" 

Sturman Mary 

Stout John Leu' 

Smith Marg"^ 

Sumers Thomas . , 

Sampson John: Cap' 

Stroude John m's 

Scott: John 

Stretch: John 

Staysmore Francis , 



Seruants 



Land 



Negros 



10 

12 

2 



198 
20 
30 
13 

20 

6 

5 
S 
4 



0351 
133 
107 
10 
10 
20 
10 
12 
7 

25 

5 
10 



.85 
.10 
.29 

S 
I 

9 



23S 
ISO 

52 

I 
I 

7 

S 



64 



So6 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



Sage Richard Liueing On: Colto 

Baylys land 

Spencer: Marg^^ Very pore 

Shepeherd John pore 

Shawe Daniell pore: 

Shouell Elias pore: 

Steeuens John pore 

T 

Thornehill Timothy: Cofto 

Thorpe James Cap* 

Temproe John 

Taylor Waltor 

Thompson: Xtopher Docto' 

Touey Richard 

Thornehill Timothy Cap' 

Tucker Ann pore 

Thomas: John pore 

Tindall Richard pore 

V. 

Vereing Alce: 

Vereing Joshua 

W 

Walwyne James: Esq'" 

Waltors Richard 

Wardle: Christopher 

Wale John 

Williams Thomas 

Williams William 

Whatson Richard pore 



Seraants,. 



Land,, 



7 
3 



6 

S 
6 

S 



268 
.96 
,12 

■13 
9 
■IS 
.10 
2 

4 
3 



.25 
.10 



305 
206 

••IS 
159 

" 7 

• S 

• 5 



Negros„ 

.... 3 

• • • • 2 



ISO 

..27 

I. 2 

.10 

• 3 

• 7 



II 

....II 



160 
140 

4 
.80 

■IS 
2 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



Walley Henry pore , 
Wright Henry pore . 
WiLLEY: Rawley pore 



Yeamons Eliz'^ 

Tot. of Inhabitants is 183 



Seniants 


Land 




.... 2 




.... 2 




.... 3 


.... 2 


....SO 


•• 113 


6742 



JOH:N: STANFAST 
JAS. WALUYN 



:} 



S°7 



Negros 



,..i8 



289s 



Church Wardens 



HILDREN Baptized in y^: Parrish of S' Johns from ye 25"^ day 
of March 1678 to the 29* day of Sep': 1679 Accordinge to the 
parrish Register 

1678 

John, Sonne of John Jones 
Elizabeth, Daughter of Thomas Pooler 
Richard, Sonne of Richard Pooler 
Ann Daughter of John Summers 
Elizabeth Daughter of Rockingham Bason 
Samuell, Sonne of JEFFERY Battala 
John, Sonne of Cap': JOHN Leslie 
JOANE, Daughter of HUGH Hall 
William, Sonne of John Millward 
Theadocia, Daughter of Lawrance Reese 
Dorothy, Daughter of Richard Moore 
William, Sonne of Thomas Gardner 
John, Sonne of Aron Jacobsone 
Sarah, Daughter of M"- John Vaughan 
Katharine, Daughter of John Peirce 
Thomas, Sonne of Thomas Roome 

64 — 2 



Marcli 


31 


May- 


12 




26 


June — 


20 




21 




25 


October — 


3 




20 


November- 


-3 



24 



26 



So8 PARISH EEGISIERS. 



1678 December 9 Elizabeth, Daughter of Docter James Keith 
27 Anthony, Sonne of William Shorey 



1679 



Aprell— 13 Thomas & 

ELIZ' 



s &■) 

\ > Sonne & Daughter of John Dent 

Sarah, Daughter of Henry Pollard 
Henry, Sonne of Thomas Quintyne 
August — 9 John, Sonne of James Pemberton 

24 Mary, Daughter of Benjamen Corbett 
„ „ Mary, Daughter of Cap': Tho: Baldwyn 
28 William & | 3^^^^ ^^ ^, j^^^^^ Pemberton 
Charles — J 
September — 4 Leolin, Sonn of Leolin Lloyd 



n » 



28; persons Baptized 

BEN: CRYER: Clerk. 



INDEX. 



AAUSTINE, Thomas, 317* 
Abbe, Thomas, 217 
Abbey, Sarah, 436 
Abbitt, Elizabeth, 179 
Abbott, John, 49 
, Marie, 49 

, Richard, 51, 120 

Abbs, Edward, 124 
Abby, Jo., 35 
Abdy, Mathew, 98 
Abo-Cromby, Mr., 310 
Abof, Isaclc, 449 
Abraham, Agnus, 348 

, William, 436 

Abrock, Jo., 11 1 
Absolon, Geo., 132 
Abudient, Abraham, 349 
Ackland, George, 187, 250 

, Mary, 187, 250 

(or Aukland), Robert, 

267 

, Tho., 313 

Acklin, Daniell, 414 

, Jo., 5° 

Adam, John, 473 
Adams, see also Addams 

, Andrew, 102 

, Conrad (or Conradt), 

473. 491 

, Dorothie, 107 

, Edward, 327, 329 

alias Adamson, Elisa- 



beth, 43 1 

, Elizabeth, 491 

, George, 348 

, Hester. 491 

-John, SI, 316*, 327, 



329, 342, 488, 491, 493, 495 
alias Adamson, John, 



431 



-, Mai7, 284, 491 
-, Mary Cheame, 284 
-, Mr., 178 
-, Rachell, 109 



Adams, Raph, 185 

, Richard, 91, 119, 284 

, Suzan, 91 

, Thomas, 115, 158, 347 

William, 76, 126, 30S 



Adamson, see also Addamson 
Elisabeth Adams, 



alias, 431 

, George, 347 

-, John Adams, alias, 



431 



-, Richard, 331 
Adaudly, Margaret, 428 
Addams, see also Adams 

. Ambross, 443 

, Ann, 174, 223 

-, Robert, 239 



Addamson, see also Adamson 
-, Richard, ^^^ 



Adderford, Lawrence, 128 
Addice, Edward, 473 
Addis, John Orphant, 473 
Addison, Deliverance, 495 

, Edward, Junr., 495 

, Mathew, 128 

•, Thom.as, 1S4 



Aden, Luke, 187 

Adson, Georg, 432 

Adward's, Robert, 192 

Ady, John, 365 

Aflick (or Affleck), Andrew, 

497, 500 
Aires, sec also Ayres 

, Samuell, 294 

Akers, Christopher, 443 
Alambridge (Allambridge, or 

Alimbridge), John, 327, 329 
Albans, see St. Albans 
Albemarle, Christopher, Duke 

of, 162, 164*, 165 

George, Duke of. 



161 

Albercht, Hennigo, 347 
Albert, Ann, 348 



Albon, Alice, 131 
Albom, Edward, 171 
Alburie, William, 133 
Alcocke, Frauncis, 300 
Alcorn (or Alchorne), John, 

338, 473 
Aldburgh, John, 278 
Aldcock, Annis, 98 
Alder, Richard, 174 
Alderley, Richard, 122 
Alderman, Grace, 105 
Aldersey, Samuel, 158 
Alderson, Thomas, 349 
Alderton, Wm., 114 
Aldin, Edward, 133 

, George, 121 

Aldon, Richard, 240 

Aldred, Robert, 84 

Aldridg (or Aldridge), Robert, 

236, 429 
Aldsworth, Bartho., 451 
Aldwell, Kalherin, 138 
Aldworth, Edward, 86 
Eliz., 133 



Alemby, William, 343, see Al- 

lamby 
Aleworth, Edward, 86 
Alexander, Sir William, 158, 

159 

William, 335 



Alford, Nico., 135 

, Richard, 232, 446 



Alimbridge, see Alambridge 
Alington, Giles, 273 
Alis, Protherock, 37 
Alkynn, Sampson, 137 
AUamby, William, 338, see Al- 
emby 
Allambridge, see Alambridge 
AUcott, Elizabeth, 113 
Allen, see also AUin, and AUyn 

, 178 

, Abell, 343 

, Anne, go 



Sio 



INDEX. 



Allen, Elisabeth, 423 

, Grissel, 433 

, Jacob, 423, 451, see 

Ailing 

, John, 90, 465 

(or Aliens), John, 327 

, Jone, 425 

, Pi'iscilla, 423 

, Regnald, 298 

, Richard, 328, 336, 340 

, Samuel, 165* 

, Thomas, 326, 327, 329, 

330, 398 
, William, 183, 217, 307, 

46s 
Aliens (or Allen), John, 327 

, Richard, 327 

Allerton, George, 80 

Alley, Hugh, 97 

AUeyne, Abbll [Abell], 469 

Alliday, Jo., 52 

Allin, see also Allen, and Allyn 

— , Edward, 133 

, Eliazer, 348 

, George, 284 

, Gregorie, 120 

, James, 122 

, Joan, 123 

, John, 38, 125, 331 

, Richard, 122, 333 

, Thomas, 64, 84, 125, 138, 

451 

, William, 40 

Ailing, Jacob, 500, see Allen 
AlHngton, William, Lord, 1 62 
AUinson, Andrew, 194 

, Wm., 114 

AUis, Richard, 150 
Allison, Thomas, 348 
Allumby (or Alumby), Thomas, 

, 355. 391 

Allyn, sec also Allen, and Allin 

, George, 284 

, Katherin, 284 

, Mathew, 284 

, William, 284 

Almond, Awdry, 93 

, Wm., 93 

Almie (or Almy), Annis, 93 

, Chri., 93 

Alnutt, Mr., 230 

, Mrs., 179 

, Thomas, 179, 225 

Alport, Sara, 113 

AIsop (Alsope, or Alsopp) 

, Edward, 473, 489, 496 

. Jo.. 79 

, Joseph, 58 

, Katherine, 349 

, Machell, 489, 496 



Alsop, Peter, 496 

, Richard, 473 

, Robert, 129 

, Tho,, 78 

Alston (or Alstone), John, 327, 

328 
Alt, Martha, 461 
Althrop, Richard, 184 
Alumby, see Alhimby 
Alxarson, Anne, 289 
Marey, 289 



Ambrose, 242 

•, Isack, 113 



Ames, Joane, 294 

, John, 294 

, Ruth, 294 

, William, 294 

Analin (or Avalin), Abram, 

1 89, see Avelin, &c. 
Anderson, Adam, 473 

, Hanna, 489 

, James, 41. 4^9 

. Jo., 35. 74 

, Margret, 348 

, Martha, 489 

, Richard, 85, 102, 117 

, Robert, 70 

, Roger, 442 

, Thomas, 37, 473 

■,William, 75, 436, 473 



Andrew, 428 

, Anthony, 194 

Andrews, Andrewes, Ann- 
draws, Androwe, Audrowes 

, Anto., 113 

, Charles, 468 

, Elizabeth, 60 

, Euen, 500 

. James, 434 

' , Jane, 60 

•, Joachim (or Joakin), 



221, 271 



, Jocomb, 174 



, Jonathan, 463, 466 

, Owen, 70 

• Roger, 473 

, Sage, 434 

, Samuell, 60 

, Thomas, 473 

, William, 120, 137, 

188, 277, 280, 281, 289, 466, 

500 
Andros, Sir Edmund (or Ed- 

mond), 164*, 165, 165*, 168 
, William, 264 



Anndrews, see Andrews 
Anthony (or Anthonie) 
■, Anthony, 451 



Angelo (Negroes), 174, 224 
Anley, Nathan, 102 
Anmer, Henry, 36 
Ann (a maid) 173 



, John, 258 

(Negro), 172, 182, 185 

Antonio (Negro), 241 
Antony (Antoney, or Antonye) 

, Arthur, 269 

, Henry, 142 

(Negro), ^44 

■, Walter, Si 



Antor, AUexander, 451 
Antrobuss, Joan, 45 
Antunes, Gabriell, 450 
Apleby, see Appleby 
Apleton, see Appleton 
Aplewhite (or Applewhite) 

, Henry, 352, 400 

Mrs. I 463 



Appleby (or Apleby), William, 

83, 192, 196 
Appleton (or Apleton), Rich- 
ard, 185, 244 
Ap Roberts, John, 190 
Ap Thomas, Thomas, 122 
Ap Williams, Rice, 179 
Arch, John, 473, 494 
Archbold, Tho., 129 
Archdin, Tho., 13S 
Archer, Hugh, 442 

, Jo., 116 

Joseph, 193 



Ard, James, 453 
Ardinton, Edmond, 116 
Are, Sarah, 349 
Argall, Sir Samuell, 218, 270 
Aris, John, 80, 347 
Armestronge, see Armstrong 
Armitage (or Armetage) 

, Henry, 347 

, John, 499 

Thomas, 140 



Armsby, Jo., 120 
Armstrong (or Armestronge) 

. 243 

, Ann, 348 

, Henry, 102 

, Jocky, 194 

Katherin, 82 



Array, John, 184, 242 
Arndell, John, 261 
Peeter, 262 



Arnet (or Arnett) 

, David, 473, 492, 496 

, Jane, 492, 496 

, Patrick, 473 

, Samuel, 492, 496 

Arnold, Ann, 98 

, Benedict, 163 

, James, i z i 



INDEX. 



511 



Arnold, Jesper, 98 

, Robert, 120 

. Tho., 39, 79 

Aron, Abraham Burges, 449 

Arp, Jo., 103 

Arras, Nicliolas, 180 

An-es, Samuel], 289 

Arrobas, Moses, 450 

Arthur, 434 

, John, 303 

, Katherine, 348 

, Mathew, 153 

, Michael), 473 

Arundel {or Arnindell) 

, Elizabeth, 184, 222 

, John, 184 

, Mavgreat (orMargrett), 

184, 21S 

, Fetter, 184, 274 

, Richard, 173, 222 

, Robert, 498 

, William, 94 

Ascam, Abigaile, 225, ssc Long- 
man 

, Peeter, 225 

Ascomlo (or Ascombe) 

, Abigail, 175 

, Goodman, 191 

, John, 188 

, Mary, 175 

Aser, see Asser 

Ash, Chnsto., 194 

, Edward, 38 

, Richard, 141 

Ashbey, Abraham, 89 

, Alee, 89 

, Hanna, 89 

, Jeremy, 89 

, Mary, 89 

, Sarra, 89 

Ashborn, Francis, 85 

Ashburner, William, 473 

Ashcrofte, Jo., 137 

Ashendine, Tho., 441, 451 

Ashford, Ambrose, 326, 331 

Ashley, Ann, 175, 226 

, Anthony, Lord, 161, 

162 

, Mary, 37 

, Mr., no 

, Sam., 37 

Ashmole, Elie, 1 60* 

Ashmore, Anthony, 141 

Ashon, George, 102 

Asliton, Alice, 123 

, Henry, 160 

Ashurst, Eeniamin, 473 

. John, 74, 473 

Askew, Tho., 109 

. , William, 171, 207 



Askume, John, 264 

Askyn, Robert, 95 

Asser, (or Aser) Godheard, 306 

308 
Assueros, Walter, 373, 399 
Ast, . Richard, 37 
Astin, William, 428 
Aston, Brian, 139' 

, Edward, 141, 186 

, James, 86 

, Robert, 240 

, Wm., 52 

Astwood, Jo., 46 

Athcrson, Jo., 63 

Athevton, Wm., 349 

Atkins (or Attkins), see Atkyns 

, Abigail, 240 

, Jane, 434 

Jeremy (Jeremiah, 



&c.), 332, 339, 34-0 

, John, 182, 241 

Sir Jonathan, 162*, 



460, 461, 462, 463, 464 

, Mr., 191 

, Richard, 176, 191, 240 

, Robert, 74 

, Sarah, 450 

Thomas, 133, 434 



Atkmson (or Attkinsonj 

, Ann, 183 

, Charles, 182 

, Edward, 117 

, Frances, 193 

, Geo., 136 

, Tames, 122 

, jo., 36, 37, 68 

, Love, 68 

, Martin, 116 

, Miles, 109 

, Richard, 103 

, Robert, 51, 193 

, Samuell, 310 

Tho., 109 



Atkyns, Henry, 40, see Atkins 
Atterbom, George, 136 
Attkins, see Atkins 
Attkinson, see Atkinson 
Atwell, Wm., 143 
Atwood, Phillipp, 49, 59 
Attwood, Richard, 442 
Aualin, see Aralin, Avelin, &c. 
Aubony, Thomas, 407 
Auborn, Edward, 216 
Aukland (or Ackland), Robert, 

267 
Aust, Henry, 348 
Austen, Samuell, 469 
Austin, Ann, 427 

, Edward, 83 

, John, 118, 364, 427 



Austin, Richajd, 298 

Tliomas, 316*, 324, 



344 
Austine, John, 473 

, Robert, 174 

, Thomas, 473 

Austrian, Cornelious, 451 

Avalin, see Avelin 

Avelin, Avalin, Aualin, or An- 

alin 
-, Abram (or Abraham), 

189, 253 

Arthur, 253 



Averie (or Avery) 

' , George, 12 1 

, Jacob, 121 

, Jane, 468 

, John, 96, 136 

, Marie, 1 13 

, Maiy, 349 

■, Thomas, 70 



, William, 433, 468 

Avoake, John, 340 
Awbrey, Alice, 67 

, Lewes, 81 

Peter, 67 



Awde, Samuell, 95 
Awdry, Humfrey, 126 
Awdley, Wm., 140 
Awman, John, 422 

, Margaret, 422 

Axstell, Tho., 121 
Axton, Jacob, 308 
Aj'mie, Wm., 84 
Aymies, Jo., 112 
Aynis, Jo., 104 
Ayres, Anna, 66 

, Benjamin, 66 

, Christian, 66 

, Dorothy, 66 

, Eliz., 126 

, Jolin, 379 

, Marie, 66 

, Rabecca, 66 

, Sara, 66 

, Symon, 66 

, Tho., 66 

, see Aires 

BABB, 123 

, Mr., 144 

, Tho., no, 130 

Babbington, see Babington 
Babell, Hugh, 394, 403 
Baber, Francis, 283 

, John, 1 68 

Babington, Babbington 

, Jo., 119 

, Randtdl, 316* 

, Thomas, 356 



512 



INDEX. 



Backfovd, Clement, 141 
Backley, Jo., 59 
Bacon, Daniell, 129 

, Edward, 71 

, George, 55, sec Mason 

, Jolin, 5S 

, Samiiell, 55 

, Susan, 55 

Badcocke, Wm., 154 

Baddam, Jo., 125 

Badeley, John, 230 

Badland, John, 153 

Badston, John, 176 

Bagbie, Jo., 118 

Bagford, Heniy, 193 

Bagg, John, 334, 337 

, Roger, 363, 371, 372, 

380, 381, 3S8, 396, 406 
Baggelay, Baggley, see Bagley 
Bagget, Jane, 435 
Baglen, Thomas, 228 
Bagley, Baggley, Baggelay 

, Jo-. 37 

, Judith, 133 

, Philhp, 104 

, Tho., 135 

Bagin, Henry, 51 
Bagnall, John, 350 
Bagivell, Francis, 351 

, Henry, 170, 208, 268 

, Pr., 318*, 320, 323 

, Robert, 208 

, Thomas, 170, 229 

Bailife, George, 234 
Baily, John, 430 
.— — , Maiy, 271 

, Temperance, 269 

, William, 269 

, see Bailey, Baley, Baly, 

&c. 
Baines, AUice, 451 

, Robert, 193 

, Widow, 443 

, see Banes, Baynes 

Bainham, John, 270, 272, see 

Baynam 
Baker, Alexander, 69 

, Christian, 69 

, Daniell, 40 

, Dorothie, 96 

, Elizabeth, 69, 96, 113, 

289 

, Ellis, lOl 

, Esias, 474 

, Francis, 45 

, Handgate, III 

, James, 333, 338, 341 

, John, 67, III, 118, 194, 

262, 289, 294, 316, 316*, 

318, 318*, 320, 324, 343 



Baker Margerie, 1 1 1 

, Marie, 95 

, Maiy, 67 

, Morice, 192 

, Peter, 439 

, Richard, 2_38 

--, Robert, '39 

, Samvell, 1% 

, Smith, 63 

, Thomasj 105, 289 

, William, 171, 176, 216, 

232, 240 
Bakewell, Francis, 113 

Theodoras, 11 1 



Bal, John, 437 

, Thomas, 427 

, sec Ball 

Balam, Charles, 500 
Baldin, Jo., 106 

Wm., 106, 117 



Baldly, Robert, 120 

Baldwin, Baldwine, Baldwinn, 

Baldwjai, Baldwyne, Bald- 

wynn 

, Hugh, 177, 220 

John, 114, 115, 180, 



234 



508 



Mary, 508 
, Nicholas, 215 
, Susan, 220 
, Thomas, 173, 186, 435, 

■, Widow, 448 

, William, 79, 185, 187, 

see Bauldwin 
Bales, Tho., 114 
Baley, Baly, see Baily, &c. 

, Ann, 2i5 

, Lewis, 179 

, Mary, 205 

, Nicholas, 170, 216 

, Temperance, 210 

, Thomas, 205 

, William, 205, 268 

Ball, Elizabeth, 488 

, Geo., 8l, 304 

, Goodwife, 188 

, Humphrey, 488 

, James, 351 

, John, 500 

, Joseph, 351, 363. 384. 

405. 415 

, Mary, 488 

, Richard, 113, 234 

, Robart, 265 

, Robertt, 188 

, see Bal 

Ballance, Jo., 117 
Ballard, Elizabeth, 107 
, Hester, 107 



Ballard, Jo., 107 

, Samuell, 444 

Wm., 107 



Balls, Robert, 195 
Balme, Jo., 115 
Balrick, Thomas, 351 
Baly, see Baley, Baily, &c. 
Bambury, Thomas, 316* 
Bamford, John, 36, 172, 217 
Eanbridge, Christo., I16 
, Henry, 114 



Banbrig (or Banbrigg), Robert, 

474, 500 
Bancks, BaKckes, see Bank s 
Bancroft, Christopher, 431 

, Elisabeth, 431 

Banes, Anguis, 468 

, Martha, 107, 468 

, see Baines, Baynes 

Bangton (or Baugton), Isacke, 

173 
Banister, Henry, 103 

, Richard, 355 

Bank's, Bancks, Banckes 

, Edward, 75, 194 

, Elizabeth, 125, 440 

, Francis, 182, 241 

, George, 255 

, Henry, 104, 429 

, James, 85, 125 

, Joseph, 350 

, Thomas, 125, 177, 436 

, William, 43, 51 



Bankus, Christopher, 223 
Banner, Ri., 313* 
Eanshott, Tho., 299 
Banton, Ivie, 213 
Banmn, Elzabeth, 249 
, John, 249 



, see Baynam 

Baram, Anthony, 241 

, Elizabetli, 241 

see Barham 



Barbe, Adrian, 199 
Barber, Ann, 186, 195 

, Francis, 79 

, Geo., 102 

, Henry, 186 

, Susan, 179 

, Tho., 42 

-, Wm., 81, 129 



Barcrofte, Jane, 150 
John, 150 



Barcott, Symon, 1 

Bard, Tho., 113 

Bardin, Nichas., 296 

Barefoote, Tho., 103 

Barham, Anthony, 272, sci 

Baram 
Barke, Francis, 192 



INDEX. 



S13 



Barker, Alice, 136 

, Francis, 121 

, Henry, 95, 176 

, John, 238, 354, 439 

, Lawrence, 112 

, Mary, 82 

Robert, 357, 3S6, 413 



-, Steephen, 239 
-, William, 95 



Barkly, Barkley 

, Edward, 184, 236, 267 

, Jane, 236 

Barloe, Jo., 82 

, Wm., 120 

Barlow, Henry, iSo 
Barnaby, Barnabe, Bamabie 

, John, 188, 247 

Barnard, Humphry, 350 

, Richard, 40 

, William, 184, 241,333, 

338. 340 

Barnardo, Mrs., 180 

Bame, Robert, 134 

Barnes, Baras 

, Barnabie, 103 

, Edward, 51, 182 

, Elizabeth (or Elisa- 
beth), 423, 437, 462 

, Giles, 70 

, Henrie, 102 

, James, 122 

, Jonathan, 129 

, John, 86, 444, 451 

— , Nicholas, 351 

, OUiver, 474 

, Richard, 1 1 r 

, Sarah, 423, 437 

, Tho., 127 

, Widow, 462 

, William, 71, 119, 133, 

166*, 167, 296, 423, 437 

Barnet, Barnett 

, John, 142, 1 89, 226 

, Mrs., 432 

, Thomas, 172, 222 

, William, 215, 432, 452 

Barnewel, Nicholas, 437 

Barnewell, Robert, 356 

Barnie, Ann, 95 

, Debora, 121 

Barnit, Francis, 139 

Baron, William, 3-12, sa Barron 

Barradall (or Barrodall), Theo- 
philus, 44S, 451 

Barraman, Alexander, 452 

Barran, Margerie, 71 

Barrat, Annis, 75 

Barret, Barrett 

, Frances, 185, 236 

, John, 70 



Barret, Richard, 447 

, Tho., 66 

, Walter, 256 

-, William, 172 



Barrey, sec Barry 
Barrith, Wm., 133 
Barrodall, sec Barradall 
Barron, John, 451 

, Robert, 129 

Wm., 452, sec Baron 



Bate, Marie, 68 

, Nicholas, 120 

, Wm., 120, 451 

Bateman, Elizabetli, 113 

, John, 474 

, Mathew, 119 

-, Roliert, 103 



Barrow, Rebecca, 356 
-, Thomas, 193 



Barrowe, Jo., 79 
Ban-owman, Widow, 444 
Bar Simon, Hester, 449 
Barruch, Abraham, 449 

, Aron, 449 

■, Rebecah, 450 



Barry, Barrey 

, Alee, 474 

, Clement, 154 

, James, 296 

, John, 474 

, William, 183, 260 

Bartcherd, Tho., 117 
Bartlett, Allexander, 470 

, John, 334, 336, 340 

, Richard, 182 

•, Robert, 150 



Barton, Christopher, 335 

, Isack, 68 

, James, 350 

Barwell, John, 350 
Barwick, Lawrence, 125 
Bascomb, Georg, 303 
Basden, William, 303 
Basford, William, 82 
Basher, Jo., 41 
Bashford, John, 496 
Baskervile, Robert, 137 
Bason, Elizabeth, 507 

, John, 340 

, Rockingham, 507 

Basse, Mrs., 171 

, Nathaniell, 184, 24I, 272 

, Saniwell, 1S4 

■, William, 171 

Bassett, John, 63, 297 

, blliver, 75 

, Tho., 42 

, Wm., 93 

Bassit, Thomas, 86 
Bastions, Jacob, 433 
Batcheller, John, 134 
Bate, Alice, 68 

, James, 68 

, John, 241 

, Lettecia, 440 

, I-yddia, 68 

, Margaret, 63 



Bates, Ann, 48 

, Ben., 48 

, Clement, 48 

, James, 48 

, John, 217 

, Joseph, 48 

, Rachell, 48 

, Richard, no, 350 

, Wm., 86 

Bath, John, Earl of, 160* 
Bathe, John, 63 
Bathoe, Wm., 128 
Bathurst, Joseph, 165* 
Batley, Edward,, 424 

, Jeffry, 424 

Priscilla, 424 



165 



Batson (or Battson), Thomas, 

451. 463 
Batt, Anne, 299 

, Christopher, 299 

, Dorothie, 299 

, Ellin, 220 

, John, Senr., 500 

, , 1 82, 499 

, Michaell, 176, 220 

, Robert, 319 

Battala, Jcffcry, 507 

, Samuell, 507 

Batte, Coll"., 440 
Batten, Robert, 298 
Battersljy, George, 350, 357 
Battine, Battyne, Battyn 

, Doctor, 33S 

, John, .Senr., 461 

, , Junr., 451, 462 

Battison, Julian, 355 
Battrick, Wm., 59 
Battyn, &c., sec Battine 
Baugh, Thomas, 1 70, 202 
Baugton (or Bangton), Isacke, 

173 
Bauldwin, William, 247, sec 

Baldwin 
Bawde, Randall, 2oS 
Bawden, John, 343 
Bawdrye, Mary, 192 
Baxter, Edward, 475 
Robert, 109 



Bay, Jo., 122 
Baycock, Tho., Ill 
Bayley, Baylie, Bayly, Baylya 
■, Ann, 170 



, Charles, 474 

65 



su 



INDEX. 



Bayley, George, iSo 

, Henry, 117 

, John, 86, 103, 191, 444 

, Margaret, 121 

, Robert, 130, 474 

, Roger, 304 

, Richard, 82, 300, 475, 

500 

, Wm., 128 

Bayhfe, Temperance, 171 

Baylys, Col., 506 

Baynam, EHzabeth, 186, sec 

Bainham, Banuin 
Baynan, John, 185 
Bayne, LaughUne, 446 
Bayncs, Wm., 442, sec Baines 
Bayiis, James, 430 
Eeacham, EUsabelh, 433 
Beacon, Hugh, 105 
Bead, John, 41 

, WilUam, 84 

Beads, Mathew, 139 
Beadshe, Beadsley, Beardsley 

, John, 45 

, Joseph, 45 

, Marie, 45 

, Wm., 45 

Beal, Margaret, 432 

, Peter, 432 

, Rebecca, 323 

Beale, Sara, 88 

, Wm., 448 

Beamond, John, 60 

■ , Wm., 60 

Bcanam, Jolm, 193 

Beane, Clmstopher, 170, 215 

, .Steeven, lot 

, Tho., 114 

, Wilham, iSg, 250 

Beard, John, 354 

, Ricliard, 475 

Beards, Elizabetii, 66 
Beardsley, see Beadslie, &c. 
Beare, Richard, 12S 

, Walter, 221 

Bearne, Francis, 499 
Beaton, Nathaniel, 319 

, Wm , 75 

Beauford, Richard, 118 
Beava, George, 198 
Beck, Henry, 108 
Beckett, Stephen, 27S 
Beckldtt, William, 52 
Beckles, ElLsabeth, 424 

, Robert, 424, '\'\'\ 

, Susanna, 424 

Beckwith, Robert, 103 
Beddell, Jo., 79 
Bedding, Rabecca, 71 
Beddle, Wm., 50 



Bedford (or Beeford), Ann, 129 

, Nathaniel!, 70 

, Richard, 496 

William, 179, 232 



liedlam, Tho., ^\ 
Eedwell, John, 304 
Bee, Jo., 86 
Beeby, Jo.,83 
Beeckman, Geerrard, 166* 
Beeding, Wm., 359, 369, 395 
Beedle, Joseph, 452 
Beeford (or Bedford), Ann, 129 
Beeke, Susanah, 447 
Beere, Henry, 82 
Beeresto, Geo., 131 
Wm., 131 



Beeston, Sir William, 167*, 168 
-, William, 166* 



Bectell, Jo., 115 
Beetes, John, 279 
Belchamber, Thomas, 165* 
Belchem, John, 500 
Belcher, Edward, 98 
•, Jeremy, 59 



Belford, John, 470 
Belfour, James, 355 
Belk, Tho., 122 
Bell, Fran., 460 

, James, 71 

; John, 122, 124 

, Robert, 498 

- — , Tho., 81, 84 

, William, 307 

Bellamy (or Bellemie), Edward. 

316*. 317, 343 
Bellis, Edward, 129 
Bellomont, Richard, Earl of, 

167*, 168 
Bellowes, Jo., 49 
Belson, Thomas, 263 
Belt, Humfrey, 96 

, Isack, 129 

Belton, Jo., 63 
Beman, John, 193 
Benbricke, John, 194 
Bendige, Edward, 195 
Bendish, Sir Thomas, 463 
Benes, Richai-d, 142 
Benfiekl, Brasil, 422 

, Edward, 422 

•, Rebeccah, 422 



Beuford, Jo., 1 18 
Benge, William, 235 
Beniamin, Jo,, 150 

, Richard, 150 



Benet, Benett, see Bennett, &c. 
Benn, Wm., 128 
Bennerman, W^m., 136 
Bennett, Bennet, IBenet, Benett 
, Bartholomew, 70 



Bennett, Benjamin, 167* 

, Charles, 316 

, Edward, 241 

, Jane, 72 

— , Joane, 259 

-, John, 80, 118, 



182, 



316* 



Katherine, 209 

, Margery, 230 

, Mary, 242 

, Mathew, 104 

, Mr., 243 

, Robert, 178, 191, 24S 

, Samuel, 107, 183, 259 

, Thomas, 95, 23Q, 242, 

^^ 330 "• ■' > - ' 

William, 196, 2og, 327 



Benning, Elizabeth, 71 
Benson, Henry, 143, 170, 207 

, John, 128 

, Mary, 355 

•, WilUam, 40 



Benstedd, Jo., 73 
Benthall, Walter, 439 
Bentham, Matthew, 435 
Bentley, Bently, Ecntlie 

, Abram, 119 

, Alice, 131 

, Jo., 109, 132 

, Martin, 356, 474 

, Mary, 107 

■, William, 131, 251,273 



Benton, Robert, 115 
Beomont, Gamaliell, 76 
Tho., 126 



Beresford, Berresford, Berris- 
ford 

, Henrie, 140 

^ , Thomas, 323, 471 

Beriston, Theoder, 171 

, Theophilus, 222, 267 



Berkeley, John, Lord, 162 

Sir William, 159* 



162* 

Berkynn, Tho., 51 
Berman, Margrett, 170 
Bernard, John, 278, 279, 280, 

282, 283, 307 

, Mary, 279, 2S3 

■, Musachiell, 283 



, Nathaniell, 128, 283 

, Phebe, 280 

, Samuell, 282 

, William, 96 

Bernardo, , 180, 

Sheppard 

-, Mr., 235 



Berne, Olough, 119 
Berresford, see Beresford 
Berridg, Edward, 432 



INDEX. 



Berrisford, sec Beresford 
Berrow, Christopher, 549, 352, 

383 
Berry, John, 272 

, Richard, 84 

, William, 104 

Besford, Jo., 74 
Beson, Tho., 112 
Bessy, Anto., 107 
Best, Christopher, 174 

, Richard, 140 

, Thomas, 124, 186, 327, 

330 
Bestt, Francis, 443 
Bethell, James, 122 
Bett, Wm., 84, 136 
Betton, Samueil, 192 
Belts, Leonard, 103, 145 
Bew, Robert, 174, iSo, 224 
Bewlie, Grace, 59 
Bevenister, Eliam, 354 
liever, Isaclc, 137 
— , Jo., S3 
Bibbie (or Bibby), William, 

iSS, 265 
Bick, Francis, lot 

, Richard, 102 

Bickham (or Brickliam), 

Richard, 334, 336, 340 
Bickle, Thomas, 350 
Bickley, Richard, 237 
Bicknall, William, 441 
Bickwell, Agnis, 2S4 

, John, 2S4 

, Zachaiy, 284 

Bicroft, Edward, 80 
Biddle, Wm.. 446 
Biddleston, Henrie, 63 
Bidlecomb, Nicholas, 492 
Biffin, Thomas, 447 
Bigs, Rachel], 68 
Biggnell, Wm., 500 
Biggs, Elizabeth, S3 

, Mrs., 171 

, Phillipp, 83 

, Richard, 170, 171, 205, 

2O8 

, Sarah, 205 

, Thomas, 108, 171, 192 

, William, 171, 319*, 322 

. (or Briggs), William, 319 

Bignall, John, Junr., 452 

• , , Senr., 452 

Bilford, James, 350 
Bill, Jo, 46 

, Marie, 49 

Billiard, John, 186, 266 
Billinge, Cornelius, 67 
Billinghurst, John, 136 
Billingsley, Sir Henry, 155 



Billins, Jo., 112, 123 
Bills, Robert, 1 10 
Binckes, Bincks, Bink's 

, Ann, 220 

, Charles, 351 

, Goodwife, 180. 

, William, 180, 220 

Bindloss, John, 163 
Bingham, Wm., 63 
Bink's, sec Binckes 
Binncy, James, 472 
Binsley, William, 261 
Bird, Benjamin, 32S, 448 

, Hemy, 353 

, John, 451 

, Peter, 319, 319*, 320* 

, sec Burd 

Birkehead, George, 45 1 
Birkenhedd, Francis, 140, 

Byrkenhead 
Bishop, Bishopp 
, Joan, 474 

. Jo-- 105 

, Robert, 325, 352 

, Thomas, 355, 442 

, ^^alontine, 125 

^^'iIliam, 43S 



Bissex, Willi.am, 500 
Bitlei", Mr. 464 
Bitton, James, 66 
Bixe, David, 29S 
Black, Andrew, 472 
Blackborne, James, 262 
Blackett, Tym., 79 
Blackgrove, Anto., 39 
Blackleech, John, 352 
Blackler, Peter, 139 
Blacklock, George, 139 
Blacklocke, Thomas, 1 89 
Blackly, Tho., 110 
Blackman, Brian, 460 

, Humfrey, 122 

, Jeremy, 119 

, Mary, 431 

, Nicholas, 170, 207 

, Sarah, 430 

, Thomas, 461 

, William, 431 

Blackston, Eliza., 299 

(or Blakeston) 



Ihaniel, 167*, 168 
Blackwell, Jeremy, 131 
Blackvveller, Elias, 433 
Sarah, 435 



Na- 



Blackwood, Susan, 176, 223 

Blades, Anto., 40 

. Edward, 383, 395, 



411 



I John, 375 
-, Nicholas, 41 



Blake, Bartlomew, 229 

, Francis, 125 

, John, 145, 349, 50c 

, Nicholas, 376, 406, 

, Robert, 434 

, Tho., 441 

, Walter, 171, 238 

Blakeston, see Blackston 
Blanch, Eliz., 109 
Blanchard, William, 474 
Blanche, James, 296 
Blanchflower, Elisabeth, 430 
Blanch's, Thomas, 220 
Bland, Jo., 120 

, Luke, 79 

, Sfargaret, 42 8 

Blaney, Edward, 174, 224, 232 
Blason, Ann, 63 
Blathwaite, William, 163 
Bliss, Owen, 63 
Blithe, Tho., 119 
Block, Steeven, loi 

, Wm., 126 

Bloes, Tho., 86 
Bloggcl, Ijloggett 

, Danicll, 61 

, Samvell, 6l 

, Suzan, Cl 

Tho., 61 



Blomfield, Sarah, 2S0, 2S2 
William, 2S0, 2S2 



Blore, Francis, 264 

, John, 264 

Blorke, William, 145 
Blosse, Mary, 278, 279 
■, Richard, 278 



Blouncker, Henry, 162 
Blowden, Alexander, 495 

, Mary, 495 

■, Sarah, 495 



Blower, Gody, 1S9 

, John, 1S9, 266, 274 

Tho., 132 



Bloxam, alias Ingles, Nicholas, 

139 
Blo.\sall, Jo., 69 
Blunt, George, 355 
Boddy, Robert, 121 
Boden, John, 469 
Bodilies, Arthur, 124 
Bodingham, John, 354 
Bodkin, Martin, 353 

, Nicho., 354 

Boeman, Richard, 135 
Bold, Margaret, 129 
Boldsworth, Ante, 64 
Boles, John, 442 
Bolt, Gabriell, 63 
Bolte, Amias, 206 
Bolton, Ambross, 352 

65—2 



INDEX. 



, Nathaniell, 70 
-, Richard, 267 
— , Samuell, 353 
— Tho., 37 
tier, Emanuell, 36 
lales, Mr., 262 
nail, Anthony, 184, 261 
, James, 184 

;on(l, Elisabeth, 423 

, Francis, 342, 423, 451, 

461, 474, 500 

, Giles, 366, 377 

, Samuell, 316, 318, 342 

, Thomas, 352 

Bonett, Edward Plant", 451 
Bonlilly (or Bonfolly), John, 

129 
Bonhara, George, 94 
Bonn, Jo., 128 
Bonner, James, 213 

, John, 139, 390 

, Richard, 145 

Bennett, Thomas, 431, 474 
Bonnick, Nathaniell, 132 
Booghert, Barnard, 359 
Boole, Joseph, 154 
Boomer, Thomas, 96 
Boon (or Boone) 

, Jo., 52 

, Samuell, 332, 339, 340 

■ , Thomas, 433 

Boot, Francis, 169 
Booth, Elizabeth, 186, 255 

, Gregorie, 143 

, Henry, 174, 177, 223 

, John, 127. 178, 466 

, Mary, 1 86 

, Marie, 123 

, Mrs., 463 

, Reynold, 116, 255 

, Sir Williani, 326, 328, 

331. 332, 33c, 341 

, William, 339 

Boothman, John, 470 
Borden, Eliz., 78 

, Joan, 78 

, John, 78 

, Joseph, 445, 451 

, Mathevv, 78' 

Borebancke, Joseph, 91 
Borinthon, Thomas, 154 
Borne, Marmaduke, 134 

, Richard, 38 

, Tho., 38 

Borowe, Anne, 294 

, John, 294 

Borrows, John, 439 
Boss, Peter, 418 
Bossinger, Tho., 393 
P 'or Bostocke) 



Bostock, Edmond, 106 

, Edward, 89, 105, sa 

Boswell 

, Henrie, 140 

, Loiighton, 36 

, Thomas, 89, 98, 99, 



Boswell, Edward, 89, 91, see 
Bostock 

, Jo., 81 

Samvell, I 



Bottam, John, 179 ■ 1 
Bottell, Paul, 81 
Bottom, John, 181 
Bottomly, Jo., 115 
Boucher, John, 451 
■, Jerreard, 452 



Bouett, see Bovett 
Bouey, see Bovey 
Boughei, Jo., 135 
Bouldin, Mary, 274 
•, Thomas, 274 



Bouklinge, Thomas, 255 
■, William, 255 



Bouline, Henry, 474 
Boulle, Bridgett, 289 
Boult, Annis, 171 
Boulten (or Boulton), Richard, 

187, 251, 273 
Bourbicth, Edward, 219 
Bourk, Bryan, 71 
Bourn (or Bourne) 

, John, 474 

, , Junr., 474 

, Robert, 268 

, Samuell, 474 

Bovett, Edmond (or Edmund), 

319, 320, 320*, 322 

, Edward, 320* 

, John, 318*, 319*, 325 

, Thomas, 327, 329 

Bovey, Widow, 445 
Eowden, Joan, 105 

, Michaell, 153 

, Theophilus, 447 

Bowdler, Andrew, 349 
■, Ellinor, 460 



Bowen, James, 434 

, William, 434 



Bowes, John, 38, 112 

, iCatherin, 95 

Bowhane, Teag., 353 
Bowler, William, 119 
Bownd, John, 41 
Bowton, Jo., Ill 
Bowyer, Daniell, 124 

, Tho., 119 

Box, Ann, 352 

, Benianine, 195 

, John, 195, 214 



Boxfield, Thomas, 474 
Boyce, Chri., 137 

, Francis, 151 

, Joseph, 140 

, see Boyse, Boys 

Boyden, Thomas, 279 
Boyle, Naamy, 193 
Boylson, Tho., 99 
Boyna, Daniell, 449, 452 
Boyner, John, 474 
Boys, Francis, 425 

, Luke, 169 

, Mary, 468 

. Mrs., 169 

, Samuel, 468 

, see Boyce, Boj'se 

Boyse, Allice, 202 

, Chyna, 208 

, Luke, 202 

, Humphry, 191 

, see Boyce, Boys 

Braban, Robert, 51 
Brabant, Alexander, 133 
Braby, Elizabeth, 172 

, Stephen, 172 

Brackley, Edward 305 

, Mary, 121 

see Brakley 



Eraddock, Nathan, 117 
Bradford, Henry, 224 

, John, 465 

, Tho., 117 



Bradham, John, 446 
Bradley, Bradly, Bradlie 

, Ann, 434 

Dorothie, 105 



, Elizabeth, 490 

, Georg, 432 

, Henry, 434 

, Margret, 490 

, Michaell, 353 

, Ralph, 474 

, Robert, 474, 490 

Bradshaw, Richard, 172 

, William, 462 

Bradston, John, 184, 226 
Bradstreet, Anna, 282 

. Bridgett, 280 

, Humphry, 2S0, 282 

, John, 2S2 

, Martha, 282 

, Mary, 282 

Bradway, Bradwaye 

, Adria, 204 

Allexander, 1 70, 



204 



-, Sisley, 204 
Bragg, John, 341 

, Widow, 1^/]/] 

, William, 434, 452 



INDEX. 



S17 



Braghton (Biaughton, or 
Broughton), Charls, 319*, 

324 
Brakley, Jane, 1S5 

, William, 193 

, sie Bracliley 

Branch, Christopher, l6g, 201 

, Mai7, 201 

, Tliomas, 201 

, see Braunch 

Brancker, Branker 

■ , Edward, 423 

, Mary, 423 

, Nathaniell, 423, 446 

Brand! jy, Eliz"., 354 
Brandon, Hugh, 45 1 

, Marttin, 269 

Erane, Thomas, 97 
Brangman, Edward, 307 

, Samuell, 303, 307 

Branker, sec Brancker 
Eranlin, Ann, 211 

■ , William, 211 

Bransby, Thomas, i8r, 230 

, William, 94 

Bransbyes, Mr., 231 
Brasey, Wm., 6i 
Brasier, Abraham, 16O* 
Brass, Alice, 137 
Braughton (Braghton, or 

Broughton), Charls, 319*, 

324 
Braunch, Jo., 138, sec Branch 
Bray, John, 340 
Bread, Arthur, 356 

, George, 445 

, Thomas, 353, 356 

Brearly, Martin, 351 

, Thomas, 440 

Breddy, Patrick, loi 
Breedon, Thomas, i6o* 
Brent, Robert, 165 
Bressett, John, 340 
Brett, James, 75 

, John, 351, 452 

Brettland, Amy, 467 

, William, 467 

Bretton, Ralph, 489 
Brewer, Daniell, 150, ^\y 

, Elizabeth, 137 

, Nicholas, 429 

Brewett, George, 138 

, Ivat., 135 

Brewood, Thomas, 274 
Brewster, Phillip, 452 

, Richard, 271 

Brewynn, Tho., 134 
Brian, Elenor, 436 

, Marj', 436 

, Phillip, 436 



Brian, Robert, no 

, see Bryan, Mac Brian 

Briar, Joseph, 367, see Biyer 
Brice (or Price), John, 319 
Bricke, Edward, 174 
Brickham (or Bickham), Rich- 
ard, 334, 336, 340 
Bridges, Edmond, 107 

, Elisha, 67 

, Heniy, 195 

Thomas, 234 



Bridgestock (or Bridgestockc) 

, Ann, 492 

, Mary, 489 

Richard, 489, .v, 



Brigstock 



William, 492 



Bridgwatter, Isbell, 218 

, Richard, 177, 218 

Bridle, John, 326, 330 

Briers, Robert, 79 

Briggham, The, 62 

Briggins, Leonard, 139 

BriggoU, Mark, 102 

Briggs, George, 461 

, James, 135 

, Jo., 108 

(or Biggs), Wm., 319 

, William, 474 

Brighton, Tho., 132 

Brigstock, Richard, 474, see 
Bridgestock 

Bringhurst, Thomas, 446 

Brint, Morgan, 8i 

Brisco, Ann, I03 

Brishitt, Better, 191 

Bristow, Bristowe 

, Eliz., 124 

, John, Junr., 303 

, , 305, sec Marshall 

, Richard, 441 

Britland, Richard, 462 

Brittaine, Britten, Brittin, Brit- 
ton 

, Dennis, 142 

, Jo., 138 

, Robert, 1S4, 246 

, Tho., 79 

Broad, Thomazin, 123 

Broad.shaw, Richard, 217 

Brock, Brocke 

, John, 259 

, Lawrence, 140 

, Richard, 70 

, Robert, 71 

, Thomas, 332, 337, 340 

, William, 173, 205 

Brodbanke, Thomas, 195 

Broderick, Brodricke 

, Allen, 167* 



Broderick, William, 165*, 167 
Brodley, IDaniell, 53 
Brogan, Nico., 141 
Brogden, John, 193 
Brogdon, Humphiy, 451 
Brogi-ave, Plenty, 353 
Bromby, Jo., 64 
-, Tho., 64 



Brome, John, 352 
Bromedg, Sarah, 230 
Bromley, Davie, 95 

Launcelott, 141 



Bromwell, Isack, no 
Bronsfoi'd, Jonath.an, 95 
Broockes, William Morgan, 

alias, 247 
Brook, I3rooke, Brookes, 

Brooks 

, Alice, 113 

, Ann, 84 

, Barnabie, 128 

, Bazill, 35 

, Chidley, 166, 167* 

, Cutberd, 195 

, George, 96 

, Gilbert, 93 

, James, 03, 1S3, 259 

, John, 87, 474 

, Mr., 432 

■, Richard, 62, 77, 81, 



123, 129 
, Robert, Lord, 159 

' ;; ' 79 

, Samuel, 467 

, Sibile, 187 

, Thomas, 62, 77, 128, 

171. 217, 356, 470 

, Walter, 95 

, William, 81, 93, 96, 

140 187, 273, 441 
Brookehaven, Jo., 70 
Brooker, Geo., 116 
Brookes, see Brook 
Brookman, Amy, 467 
Thomas, 467 



Brooks, sec Brook 
Brooman, Freese, 129 
Broome, Roger, 133- 
Broomer, Joan, 62 

, Marie, 58 

Broomish, Edward, 127 
Broque, Gillain, 198 

, Louis, 199 

■, Robert, 15" 



Brotherton, Hester, 102 
Broughton ( Braghton or Braugh- 
ton), Charls, 318*, 319*, 324 

, Henry, 73 

, Thomas, 96 

, William,; 43 1 



Si8 



INDEX. 



Browing, sec Browning, &c. 
Browinge, William, 201 
Brown, Browne 

, Christopher, 117, 170, 

203 

, Edward, 41, 129 

, El., 446 -' 

, Elisabeth, 432 

, Francis, 354 

— , Hugh, 353 

, Humry, 441 

-, James, 356, 3S6, 392, 

, John, 61, 63, 68, 87, 
91, III, 122, 135, 140, 150, 
171, 173, 181,214,311,327, 
328, 331, 335, 339, 372, 434 

, Jonas, 316*, 318, 343 

, Josiah, 166* 

, Liddia, 88 

, Mary, 109 

, Michcll, 36 

. , Nicholas, 187, 253 

Phil., 279, 2S0, 2S1, 



410 



Bruton, Roliert, 297 
William, 39 



Bruxston, Tho., 114 
Bryan, Cornelious, 452 

, Edward, 186 

, Sir Ernest, 162 

— — , Hemy, 139 

, J'ine, 493 

, Jo., 36 

, Joseph, 40 

, see Brian, O'Bryan, &c. 

Bryant, Barnard, 326, 330 

, Roger, 318*, 320, 324 

, Thomas, 151, 



England, Henry, 128 

Buglar (or Bugler), Thomas, 

316*, 343 
Bulfell, Richard, 116 
Bulkly, Bulkley, Bulkely 

, Grace, 76 

, Peter, 77 

, Tho., 79 

William, 354, 356, 



2S2 



-, Rachaell, 349 
-, Ralph, 125 



, Rebecca, 252 

, Richard, 83 

Robert, 132, 141, 1S7, 



252 



Roger, 304 



, Stephen, 474 

, Suzan, 77 

■ — , Thomas, 42, 74, 122, 

igi, 194, 42S, 460 

, Weston, 1S5, 257 

, William, 109, 114, 

119, 183,231, 250, 259, 327, 

328,352 
Browning, Browninge 

, Ann, 350 

, John, 242 

, Joseph, 126 

-, William, 169 



Erownley, Richard, 52 
Browton, Jo., 127 
Bruer, John, 317*, 342 
Bruister, Wm., 132 
Brumwell, John, 64 
Bruncock, John, 433 
Bniiiing, Jo., So 
Brunt, Edward, 39, 128 

, Jo., 127 

Bruntts, Samuell, 439 
Brush, John, 431 

, Mary, 431 

Bruster, Abram, 104 

, Elizabeth, 71 

, Richard, U2 



Bryer, John, 316, sec Briar 
Bncher, Frances, 177 
Buck, Bucke 

, Benamy, 175, 225 

, Christian, 108 

, Francis, 142 

, Gercyon (or Gcrcian), 

17s. 225 

, Isack, 13s 

, Mara, 175, 225 

, Peleg., 175, 225 

, Richard, 142, 270 

, Roger, 65 

, Tliomas, 125 

, William, 65 

Buckam, Richard, 78 
Buckingham, George, Marquis 

of, 156 
, , Duke of, 

157. 158 
Euckland, Chri., 74, see Euc- 

land 
Buckle, Alexander, 468 

, Henry, 123 

, Lucie, 120 



367, 372, 373. 379. 397, 439. 
463 

see Buckley 



Bull, Ann, 490 

, Christopher, 474, 490 

, Edward,' 63 

, Henry, 57, 107 

, Isack, 9S 

, Joseph, 212 

, Richard, 67 

, Thomas, 86, 130, 190 

Bullaker, Andrewe, 297 
Bullar, Jo., 138 
BuUard, Tho., 124 
BuUen, Silvester, 227 
Bullington, Nicholas, 176 
Bullman, Jo., 73 
Bullock, Bullocke 

, Anlo., 86 

, Edward, 68 

, Francis, 12 1 



-, Henry, 88 

-, Mary, 88 

-, Susan, 88 

-, Tho., 88 

-, William, 179, 240- 



Buckley, Buckly 

, Ben., 63 

, Daniell, 63 

, liumfrey, 119 

, John, 432, 435 

— , Mai7, 436 

, William, 139.403,414 

, see Bulkly, &c. 

Buckmuster, John, 227 
Bucks, Mr., 226 
Buckworth, Richard, 474 
Eucland, Wdliam, 96, see 

Buckland 
Budd, Jo., 113 
Budding, Richard, 475 
Budge, John, 334, 337, 340 
Buenno, Beniamin, 474 
Bugby, Bugbye 

Edward, 278, 279 



-, Rebecca, 279 
-, Sarah, 278 



Built, Jan, 198 

Bumstedd, Wm., 41 

Bun, see Bunn 

Bunce, Jo., 52 

Bundock (or Bundicke), Wm., 

44. 46, 49 
Bunn, Bun 

, Eridgitt, 220 

, Mrs., 177 

, Thomas, 177, 220 

Bunnel, WiUiam, 428 
Bunny, Bunney 

, Elisabeth, 424, 436 

, Hannah, 424, 436 

, Richard, 424, 436, 442 

, William, 436 

Bunnyon, John, 493 
•, Mary, 493 



Bunting, Ann, 430 

, Henry, 430 

, Richard, 132 

, Sarah, 426 

, Susanna, 430 

Burback, Marie, liS 
Burbon, John, 474 



tNbEX. 



^ig 



Buich, Burclie 

, Capt., 73 

, Daniell, 75 

. William, 35, 304 

, see Byrcli 

Buichard, Ann, 131 

, Elizabeth, 131 

. Jo., 131 

, Mary, 131 

, Marie, 131 

, Sara, 131 

■ , Snzan, 131 

, Thomas, 131 

Burcher, John, 181 
, Robert, 307 

, William, 181 

Bind, John, 35 

, Symon, 59 

, see Bird 

Burdin, Geo., 97 
Burdilt, William, 262 
Surges, Burgess, Burgis, 

, 294 

, Anthony, 378, 417 

, Aron Abraham, 449 

, Eliz"., 4C0 

, Ellin, 95 

, Humphry, 298 

, James, 49 

, John, 334, 337, 340, 

470 

, Rabecca, 142 

, Rachell, 450 

— — , Thomazing, 500 
Burgoss, Abraham, 351 
Burhall, George, 500 
Burk, Burke 

, James, 475 

, Jeoffery, 356 

, Thomas, 338 

. , Tobias, 474 

Burket, Henry, 103 
Burkitt, Jo., 143 
Burlacy, Walter, 154 
Burland, John, 180 
Burle-s John, 107, 108 
Budey, Roger, 113 

. , Timothy, 194 

Burlie, Alexander, 102 
Burlingham, Geo., 37 
Burne, Dennis, 352, see Byrne 

, Randall, 119 

Eurnell, Mrs., 452 
Bumham, Tho., 140 

, Wm., 128 

Burnhouse, William, 195 
Bumet, Samvell, 104 
Burnett, Jo., 138 
Burr, Jeremy, 82 
, Mathew, 114 



Burr, Robert, 126 
Burrage, Charles, 316, 318, 344 
Burrell, Henry, 460 
Bunen, Mr., 181 
Burridge, Robert, 327, 329 
•, Thomas, 327, 330 



Burrin, Anthony, 179 

Eurrowes, Burrow, Burrowe, 

Burrows, Burroughes, Burroes 

Anthony, 154, 171, 



17s, 250 

, Bridgett, 225 

, Ellin, 87 

, Jane, 82 

-, John, 136, 17s, 225, 



270, 500 



Mihil, 308 
Mr., 231 
Mrs., 17s 
William, 



59. I34> 



333, 337, 340 
Burston, John, 330 
Burt, Ann, 93 

, Anthony, 259 

, Edward, 93 

, Hugh, 93, 98 

, James, 63 

, John, 314 

, William, 38, 237 

, see Burtt 

Burton, Agnes, 474 

, Charles, 494 

, Elizabeth, 494 

, Francis, 423, 425, 436, 

438, 451, 500 

, Georg, 141, 425, 438 

, John, Junr., 495 

, , yenr., 495 

, , 75, 494 

-, Judith, 423, 425, 436, 



438 



Richard, 254 
-, Tho., 71 

Wm., iig, 126 



Burtt, Jane, 173 

, William, 177 

, see Burt 

Burtwezill, Mary, 124 
Busbie, Busbee, Busby 

, Abraham, 289 

, Bridgett, 2S9 

, Edward, 177 

■ , John, 289 

, Nicho., 2S9 

, Sarath, 2S9 

■, Thomas, 83 

Bush, John, 74, lOl, 188, 257, 

273 

, Susan, 249 

, Walter, 433 



Bush, Widow, 442 
Bushel, Bushell 

, Edward, 429 

, George, 324, 343 

, Nicholas, 192 

, Ruth, 98 

, Wm., 351 

, see Busshell 

Busher, Mabell, 117 
Mary, 448 



Bushnell, Francis, 49 

, Jo., 49 

, Marie, 49 

, Martha, 49 



Busket, James, 42 
Bu.ssell, Jo., 74 
Busshell, John, Senr., 
Bushell 



439 



Busshcy, Wm., 452 
Bussie, John, 495 
Bustian, George, 471 
Buston, John, 332, 337, 338 
Butcher, John, 355, 423 

, Mary, 423 

, Richard, 423 



125. 



Buth, John, 191 
Butler, Buttler 

, Edward, 173 

, Elinor, 354 

, Francis, 219 

, Ger., 129 

, Henry, 113 

, James, 463 

, John, III, 123, 

142, 353 

, Lucy, 439 

, Walter, 355 

, William, 474 

Butt, James, 463 
Buttall, Chades, 463 
Butterey, Richard, 193 
Butterfeild, John, i8g, 232 
Buttcrfiekl, Nathaniell, 304 
Butterick, Wm., 53 
Buttler, see Butler 
Buttolph, Ann, 73 

, Tho., 73 

Button, Ihomas, 180 
Bultry, Grace, lo8 

, Martha, 107 

, Nice, 107 

Buwen, Thomas, 195 

Bycroft, Grace, 85 

Bygraue (Bygrave), Elizabeth, 

181, 238 
Byham, Nathaniell, 93 
Byley, Henerey, 299 

, John, 299 

— , Mary, 299 

Byno, John, 491 



g20 



INiDEH. 



Byno, Mary, 491 

Bynsteckl, Jo., 119 

Eyrall, Jo., 128 

Byrch, Henry, 446, see Burch 

Byrkenheacl, Mathew, 158, see 

Birkenhedd 
Byrne, Dinnis, 5CX), see Burne 

CADDY William, 41 
Cades, Thomas, 378, 402 
Cadge, Edward, 225 
Cadle, Thomas, 470 
Cadwold, Anto., 142 
Caime, Benja., 453 
Calcker, Mr., 175 

, Mrs., 175 

Calcott, Edward, 387 
Calder, Thomas, 261 
Call . . . , AUes, 294 

. . ., Augsten, 294 

Callahan, Dorothy, 496 
Callahane, Charles, 367 
Callahone, David, 498 
Calland, Mathew, 74 
Callay, Thomas, 360 
Callen, Manus, 437 
Calthrop, Charles, 182 
Calverlie, Geo., 86 
Calvert, Sir George, 157 
Came, Francis, 333, 335, 340 
Caminge, John, 171 
Cammell, Gilbert, 476 
Cammerrame, John, 501 
Campanell, Mordicay, 358 
Campbell, Dowgall, 489 

, Mary, 489 

Campel, Ann, 436 

, Patric, 436 

Campion, Clement, 136 

, Jean, 198 

, Philippe, 198 

, Robert, 202 

, Wm., 472 

Can (or Cans), Mr., 189 
Cane, George, 194 

, John de, 137 

Cann, Mr., 176 
Cannelly, Daniell, 136 
Cannings, Wm., 444, 452 
Cannion, Wm., 38 
Canon, Elizabetli, 85 

, John, 206 

, Richard, 85 

Cant, William, 41 
Canter, Capt., 309 
Canterbury, George, Archbp., 

of, 158 
, William, Archbp., 

of, 160 
Cantey, Hellen, 471 



Canting, Dennis, 358 
Cantlebury, John, 334, 336, 341 
Cantwell, John, 193 
Capell, AVilliam, 104 
Caplin, Robert, 103 
Caps, Capps 

, Cathrin, 194 

, Phoebe, 431 

, William, 1S7, 274, 431, 

442, 452 
Carew, Elizabeth, 491 

, Katherine, 491 

, Richard, 476, 491 

■, .Thomas, 359 



Carkille, William, ijl 
Carlisle, Charles, Earl of, 162* 
■, James, Earl of, 158, 



160 

Carlowe, Edward, 218 
Carlton, Mary, 37 
Carman, Henry, 171, 215 
Carmichael, Archibald, 163*, 

165, 167 
Carn (or Corn), Elisabeth, 426 

, Jane, 426 

;-, John, 426 

Caruer [PCarver], Michaell, 475 
Carney, Patick, 452 
earning, John, 183 
Carnock, Tho., 452 
CarnoU, Christopher, 36 
Carow, Peter, 369, see Carrow 
Carpender, Samuell, 439 
Carpent, William, Junr., 299 
Carpenter, Abigael, 299 

, Dixi, 190 

, Elias, 143 

, Henry, 16S* 

, Tho., 39 

, Tomazin, 59 

, Wm., 140, 299 

Carpentier, Martin de, 19S 
Carpentry, Jan de, 198 
Carr, Andi'ew, 71 

, Calebb, 77 

, Joan, 498 

, John, 268 

, Ralph, 498 

, Richard, 98 

, Robert, 77 

Carraway, Joan, 137 
Carre, Henry, 165 
Carrell, Henry, 117 
Carrington, Thomas, 150 
Carrow, George, 332, 336, 340, 

see Carow 
Carsley, Henrie, 243 
Carter, Cartter 

■, Anto., 120 



-, Boham, 453 



Carter, Christopher, 153, 18S 

, Edmond, 194 

, Elinor, 357 

, Erasmus, 180 

, Geo., 128 

, Henry, 86 

, James, 50, 192 

, John, 38, 96, 121, 170, 

176, 220, 268, 272 

, Margery, 126 

, Martha, 46 

, Rosamu.s, 234 

, Thomas, 46, 122 

-, William, 228 



Carteret, Sir George, 161, 162 
Carterett, James, 161 
Cartrack, Mildred, 58 
•, Sara, 58 



Cartwright, John, 174 
Cartwrite, Phillipp, 41 

Wm., 135, 142 



Caruear [Carvear], Elizabeth, 
291 

, Grace, 29: 

, Richard, 



291 



, Susanna, 

291 
Carven, Richard, 177 
PCan'er] Carner, Michaell, 475 
Carvis, Katharin, 435 
Gary, Richard, 115, 357 
Caryl, Katharin, 437 
Casewell, Ca.5well, Caswells 

, Lawrence, 319,319*, 



323 



-, Mr., 305 
Richard, 309 



Cason, Casson 

, John, 133 

(or Coson), Nehcmiah, 1 1 1 

, Thomas, 475 

Casse, Wm., 133 
Cassedy, John, 41 
Casson, see Cason 
Castell, George, 123 

, Henry, 101 

Caswell, see Casewell 
Catesby, Jane, 84 

, John, 193 

Catline, William, 460 
Catoir, Eniou, 199 
Caton, Richard, 129 
Cattlin, John, 453 
Catts, Jo., 121 
Cauan, see Cavan 
Cauldwall, Martha, 496 
Caunt, Richard, 122 
Cans (or Cans), Mr., 1S9 
Causey (or Cawsey), Mrs., 171 



INDEX. 



521 



Causey, Nathaniel, 171,213, 268 

, Thomas, 181, 212 

, Thomasine, (171), 213 

Cavan, John, 476 

Cave, John, Si 
. , Richard, 37 

Cavenaugh, Charls, 423, 432 

Caverlie, Cliavles, 81 

Cawcott, George, 267 

Cawdle, Wm,, 67 

Cawfeild, Richard, 360 

Cawood, Richard, 71 

Cawsey, sec Causey 

Cawt, Bryan, 175 

Cliace, John, 323, 452, 501 

Cliadd, Mary, 126 

Chaddock, Marie, 67 

Chaffin, Daniell, 475 

Chall^, Jo., 117 

Challener, Roljert, 501 

Challoner, Sir Thomas, 156 

Chaloner, Morris, 192 

Chamber, Henry, 317*, sec 
Chambers 

Cliamberlain, Chamberlaine, 
Chamberlin, Chamberline, 
Cliaml)erlins, Chamberlyne 

, Edward, 429 

, Frances, 195 

— , Francis, 186, 254, 

501 

, James, 257 

, John, 317*, 342 

— , Marmaduke, 35S 

, Mr., 257 

, Rebecca, i36, 254 

— — , Thomas, 84, 316* 

, Wm., 127 

Chambers, Alice, 224 

, Chri., 137 

, Elizabeth, 75 

, Henry, 316, 342, see 

Chamber 

■ . James, 188, 235 

, Jane, 37 

, John, 145, 215 

, Josua, 129 

, Robert, 130 

-, Thomas, 217' 



Chamblis, Richard, 39 
Chambney, Marie, 113 
Chaniell, Walter, 461 
Champ (or Chump), Alice, 75 

, John, 192 

Champante, Hen., 300 
Champer, Robert, 169 
Champin, Pasta, 185 
Champion, Pascoe, 244 

, Richard, 37 

Chancy, Charles, 198 



Chandler, Chandeler, Chaimd- 
ler 

, Arthm-, 177, 219 

, George, 95 

, John, 186, 248 

, Margaret, 430 

, Nicholas, 452 

, Robert, 430 

i (? ), Thomas, 248 

Channce (or Chaiince), Ellin, 
I 136 

Chantry, Robert, iSo 
I Chapeman, Richard, 501 
j Chaplain, Edward, 303 
Chr.plaine, Isacke, 173, 213 

'■ , John, 173, 213 

1 , Mary (173), 213 

I Chaplin, Chapline 

, Clement, 69 

, Edward, 133 

, Isacke, 267, 269 

, Jeremiah, 357 

, Thomas, 361 

, Wm., 83 

Chapman, Ann, 212 

, Frances, 175 

, Francis, 232, 270 

, Geo., 52 

, Henry, 115 

, Jo., 140 

■ ) Mary, 444 

-, Wathew, 324 

, Nicholas, 169, 233 

, Phillip, 1 86, 250 

, Ralph, 57 

, Richard, 51, 118 

, Thomas, 121, 171, 

212, 274 

, Walter, III 

, sec Chap|)man 

Chappell, George, 43 

, John, 82, 112, 333, 



38, 340 

, Jonah, 476 

, Joshuah, 494 

-, Thomas, 95 



Chappman, Luke, 241 
Chard (or Charde) 

, Ann, 202 

, Josuah, 170, 202, 2(57 

Charles, 208 

, Dorothie, 102 

, Evan, 361 

, Philip, 471 

Wm., 112 



Charlton, Henrie, 263 
Chase, Edward, 492, 496 

, Margret, 492, 496 

, Stephen, 476, 492, 496 

Cha.son, John, 448 



Chater, Barnabas, 324 
Jo., 140 



Chaunce (or Channce), Ellin, 1 36 
Chaundler, see Chandler 
Chauntree (or Chauntrie), 

Robert, 175, 232 
Clieame, Mary, 284, jtv Adams 
Cheek (or Cheeke), Phillip, 

316, 318, 344 
Cheesman, Cheeseman, Ches- 

man 

, Edward, 1S5 

, John, 185, 274 

, Richard, 323 

, Thomas, 185 

■, Wm.,133 



Cheney, Elisabeth, 42; 

, Georg, 423 

, Mary, 423 

, see Cheyney 

Cherrall, Vrsula, 109 
, William, 109 



Chester, Henry, 497 

, Sampson, 360 

Thomas, 495 



, William, 323, 342,497, 

500 
Chesterman, Adam, 81 
Chesting, John, 142 
ChesM'Ood, Hugh, 139 
Chew, John, 237 

, Sarah, 237 

Cheyney, Chej-ny, Cheynei 

, Abram, 140 

, Charles, 467 

, George, 446 

, see Cheney 

Chickin, Joseph, 285 

Chilcot (Chilcott, or ChiUicott), 

John, 334, 337, 341 
Child, Michaell, 322, 343 

, Tho. , 453 

Chikls, Tho., 82 
ChiUicott, see Chilcot 
Chilton, Edn-ard, 167* 
Chinnery (or Chinery ), Thomas, 

375, 400, 405 
Chippfield, \).e., Chipperfield], 

Edmond, 130 
Chipps, Edmond, 95 
Chisman, Edward, 252 

, John, 252 

Chitting, Richard, 39 
Chittingden, Hen., 61 

, Isack, 61 

, Rabecca, 61 

, Tho., 6 1 



Chittwood, Marie, 45 
Cliizell, Daniell, 476 
Cholmeley, John, 441 

66 



522 



INDEX. 



Choltnle, Robert, 221 
Chom, Anne, 497 

, Richard, 497 

Choupouke (an Indian), 185 
Chriclilow, see Crichlow 
Clirismus, Dictras, 187 

, Elizabeth, 187 

Christian (a Negro), 495 

, Francis, 424, 440 

, Matthew, 424 

■ , Thomasin, 424 

Christo. (Welshman), 195 
Christopher, William, 501 
Chructhloe, see Crutchloe 
Chubnell, Jo., 142 
Chump (or Champ), Alice, 75 
Church, EchA'ard, 74 

-, Isabell, 4S9 

, John, 64 

, Katherine, 489 

, Martin, 122 

-— , Robert, 4S9 

, Wm., 50 

Churcher, Thomas, 476 
Churchman, John, 150 
Chyn, Thomas, 319 
Cinduare (or Cindnare), James, 

I go 
Cisely (a maid), 194 
Cisse, Mr., 248 
Cissel, James, 452 
Clackson, John, 1S6 
Claddin, Wm., 113 
Claire, Nathaniell, 445 
Clancey, Cornelius, 47J 
Claney, Christopher, 495 

, Daniell, 439 

Clanton, Jo., 138 
Clare, Marie, 488 

, Mr., 196 

, Nicolas, 4S8 

, Thomas, 4SS 

Clar;e, John, 465, 466 

, Lowland, 465, 466 

Clark, Clarke 

, Ann, 357, 422, 427 

, Brigett, 1 75 

, Christopher, 475 

, Daniell, 79 

, Edmond, 82 

, Edward, 35, 171, 475 

, Elisabeth, 87, 422, 427 

, Francis, loi, 475 

, George, 64, 182, 229, 453 

, Gilbert, 134 

— ■ — . Giles, 317 

, Heniy, 453 

. John, 35. 41. 137, 138, 

139, 161, 357. 362, 393 
, Lcetitia, 427 



Clark, Margaret, n6, 475 

, Mary, 130, 359, 492 

, Michaell, 496 

, Nicholas, 104, 150 

, Porcas, 358 

, Richard, 40, 52 

, Robert, 143, 3I8^ 319*, 

323, 431 

, Roger, 427, 475, 492 

, Sycillie, 49 

, Thomas, 73, 85, 128, 139, 

143. 174. 191,422,427.440. 

452, 476 
, William, 74, 79, 84, n6, 

153. 185, i86, 243, 256, 

318*, 319*, 324, 327, 329, 

349, 363. 366, 368, 388, 405. 

411, 415, 463, 475 

, see Clearke, Gierke 

Clarkson, Mathew, 166 
Clatworthy, Mathew, 114 
Clay, Martha, 425 
, Stephen, 358, 382, 385, 

394, 402, 447 

, see Claye 

Clayboume, Wm., 271, 272, 

274, sec Cleiborn 
Claye, Ann, 2H 

, John, 211 

, see Clay 

Claypole, Abigail, 468 

, Edward, 468 

, see Cleypole 



Claypool, John, 357 
Claypoole, Norton, 357 
Clayton, Obediah, 164 

, Richard, 104 

, see Cleyton 



Claxon, John, 234 
Claxson, Abraham, 86 
Cleaner, John, 452 

Kathrin, 452 



Clearke, Fayth, 278 

, John, 281 

, Thurston, 279 

, see Clark, Gierke 



Cleaver, Henry, 452 
Cleiborn, Edward, 120, see 

Claybourne 
Clemens, William, 170 
Clement, Clements 
^; Elizabeth, 174, 223, 

sec Hamor 

, Ezechell, 39 

, Jeremy, 174, 223, see 

Hamor 

, Robert, 501 

, Thomas, 138 

■ , William, 190, 475 

Clere, Jo., 42 



Cleri, Tho., 280, 281, 282 
Gierke, Wm., 47, see Clark, 

Clearke 
eleven, Joan, 130 
Clever, Tho., 117 
Cleypole, Edward, 461, sei 

Claypole 
Cleyton, Ralph, 124 

, Sara, 120 

see Clayton 



Cliffe, George, 38 
Clifford, Marie, 59 
Olliver, 115 



Clift, James, 316*, 317, 343 
Clifton, Tho., 114 
Cliggatt, Wm., 446, 452 
Clinch, Tho., 311 
Ciinton, Jo., 81, see Glynton 
Glitden, Francois, ig8 
Clitson, Robert, 297 
Cloake, Edmond, 18S 
Clood (or Glode), John, 334, 

337, 341 
Close (or Closse), Phettiplace, 

179, 231, 266 
Clouan, see Clovan 
Clough, Humphiy, 192 
Cloughan, Elizabeth, 476 
Clovan, Thomas, 359, 361, 445 
Clowdeslie (or Clo^\'dlslie), 

Wm., 125 
Clowes, Robert, 161* 
Gluffe, Jo., 56 
Clymer, Jo., 134 
Glynton, Richard, 39, sec Clin- 
ton 
Coachman, Alexander, 453 
, Jolin. 94 



Goale, Chrictopher, 452 

, Thomas, 453 

, William, 185 

, sec Cole, Coles 

Coarten, Myndert, 16C*" 
Coates, James, 409 
Coather, Mrs., 452 
Cobb, Elizabeth, 246 

, Joseph, 246 

, Nico., 128 

Gobbet, Josias, 72 
Ccbbett, James, 72 
Cobcrafte, Geo., 85 
Gobliam, Mary, 470 

, Nathaniell, 40 

Cock, Cocke 

, Allan (or Allen), 351, 

352, 359, 400, 411 

, Geo., 100 

, James, 355, 370, 408 

, John, 128, 319*, 351, 

436, 441, see Cooke 



INDEX. 



523 



Cock, Joseph, 100 

■ , Maiy, 436 

, Richard, 153, 378, 417 

Cockerell, William, 297 
Cockey, Tho., 39 
Cocklin, Denis, 434 

, Mary, 434 

Cockman, Richard, 64 

, Wm., 453 

Cockram, Christen, 295 
, James, 316*, 317, 



342 



-, John, 316*, 318, 343 
William, 295 



Cock's, Wm., 128 
Cockton, Daniell, 475 
Codd, James, 476 
Codrington, Alice, 42S 

Christopher, 



166, 



167* 



429 



, 379. 398, 409. 435 
, Elisabeth, 422, 



453 



-, Frances, 422, 429 
-, John, 3S6, 427, 

-, Robert, 422, 428, 



429 
Coe, Jane, 59 
Coert, John, 139 
Coggin, Sara, 113 
Cogley, Daniell, 188 
Coke, Adrian, 52 

, Elizabeth, 67 

, Henrie, 142 

, John, 71, 97, 137 

, Marie, 49 

, Miles, 137 

, Richard, 38 

, Robert, 79, So 

, Tho., 52, 114 

, Wm., 141 

Coker, John, 79, 253 
Cokes, Edward, 75 
Colborn, Edward, 107 
Colbron, Wm., 107 
Colbume, Robert, 107 
Colchester, Joan, 105 
Cole, Clement, 59 

, Francis, 245 

, Isaac, 434 

, James, 360 

, Joan, 493 

— , Jo-. 74 

, Thomas, 359 

, William, 1 66, 245, 273, 

493 

, sec Coles, Coale 

Colebank, Sara, 96 
Coleman, John, 139 
. , Wm., 113 



Colerack, Jane, 126 
Coles, Edu'ard, 84 

, Eliza., 118 

, Margaret, 136 

, Thomas, 102 

, see Cole, Coales 

Colethorpe, Chiistopher, 247 
Coleton, Mr., 464 
Colleton, Thomas, 343 
Collett, Eridgett, 444 
Heni-y, 470 



CoUey, Thomas, 476 
Collie, Robert, 41 
Collier, Daniell, 104, see Col- 
Iyer 
CoUings, James, 501 

, Nicholas, 318 

see Collins 



CoUingworth, David, 75 

Collins, Abigaill, 489 

, Ann, 97 

, Charles, 440 

— , David, 193 

, Elizabeth, 105 

, Emanuell, 326, 330 

, Giles, 104 

, Henry, 97 

, John, 97, 161, 206, 

319. 319*, 323. 360, 4S9 

, Josias, 193 

■ , Margery, 97 

, Mr., 191 

, Nicholas, 343 

, , Jimi-., 316 

, Tetter (or Peeter), 182, 



241 



Samuell, 316*, 432 
— , Susan, 206 
— , Thomas, 182 
-, Walter, Si 
— , Wm., 79 

see CoUings 



CoUis, Alexander, 360 

, James, 194 

CoUiton, Sir Peter, 162 
CoUohon, Charles, 113 
CoUohone, Owen, 499 
Collon, Nicholas, 139 
CoUopp, Jo., 126 
Collowe, Stephen, 244 
Colly, Thomas, i8l 

, Walter, 137 

Collyer, Ambross, 35S 

, Tobias, 475 

-, see Collier 



Colman, Abram, 193 
Barnard, 85 



Colthrough, Peter, 359 
Coltman, Ann, (170), 204 
, Henry, 170, 204 



Colton, Thomas, 468 
Colture, Wm., H2 
Colwell, Samuell, 358 
Combe, William, 334, 341 
Comberbatch, Thomas, 290 
Combes, Austen, 173 
Comell, Dugwell, 475 
Comes, John, 235 

■, William, 236 



Comin, Nicholas, I So, see Co- 
mon 

Comins \i.c., Comrains], Ed- 
ward, 112 

Comon, Nicholas, 234, see Co- 
min 

Compeare, Leonard, 161* 

Compton, Frances, 178 

. Jo., 141 

Conaway, see Conway 

Coney, Conney, Couny, Cony 

, Edmond, 475 

, John, 38 

, Nicholas, 429 

, Richard, 163*, 164 

Congi-ave, Winnifredd, 113 

Conisby \i.e. Connisby], Wra., 

143 
Conly (or Couly), Patrick, 7 1 
Conne, Jacque, 197 
Conner, Bryen, 475 

, Jane, 430 

, PhiUipp, 37 

Teag, 437 



Connet, Mary, 428 

Connett, John, 318*, 319", 
324, see Cunnet 

Conney, see Coney 

Conneyland, Patt, 476 

Connier, Tho., 126, j^Conyer 

Conniers, Jo., 39, see Conyers 

Conny, see Coney 

Connyer, Patrick, 7l> .ri?i! Con- 
nier 

Conoway, see Conway 

Conway, Conaway, Conoway 

, Aron (or Aaron), 179, 

233 

, Cornelius, 47S 

George, 350, 356, 386, 



393. 414 

1 Margaret, 75 

Cony, see Coney 

Conyard, Nathaniel, 314 

Conyers, Moses, 190, see Con- 
niers 

Cocke, see Cooke, John 

Coocke, John, 443 

, Phillip, 257 

Cooe, Anna, 279 

, Beniamin, 278 

66—2 



5=4 



INDEX. 



Cooe, John, 27S 

, Robert, 278, 279 

Cook, Elizabeth, 498 

, Sarah, 429 

, William, 492, 495 

Cooke, Ann, 187 

, Arthur, 192, 196 

, Christopher, 221 

, Edward, 134, 173 

, Ellin, 206 

, Garret, iij 

, George, 195 

, Jeremiali, 440 

(or Cocke), John, 36, 98, 

104, 113, 17s, 226, 319, 

319*. 323 

, Margarett, 476 

, Mathew, 316, 3 1 8, 343 

, Richard, 109, 120 

, Wm., 103, 187 

Cooker, John, 186 
Cookins, Danniell, 254 
Cooksey, AVilliani, 169, 178, 

228 
Coomb, William, 337 
Coombes, John, 135 
Coomes, John, 188 

, William, 1 88 

Coop, see Cooper 
Cooper, 286 

, Abigail, 431 

, Ann, 124 

, Ant»., 86 

, Beniemen, 293 

, Christopher, 3 1 9, 319", 

325 

, Elizabeth, 56, 293, 431 

, Ellin, 67 

, George, 135 

, John, 44, 104, 109, 

142, iSS, 438 

, Lawrance, 293 

, Martha, 44 

, Mary, 44, 293, 358 

, Peter, 59 

, Rebeca, 293 

, Richard, 35, 102 

, Roger, 57, 58, 61, 69, 

72, 76, 77, 78 

, Symon, 453 

Thomas, 43, 44, 236, 



357. 431. 475 

, Walter, 169, 233 

, Wibroe, 44 

-, Wm., 69 



Coose, Sara, 151 

Covell, Cesara, 92 

Cop [;.<?., Coper], see Cooper 

Cope, Richard, 93 

, William, 93, 445 



Copeland, Jo., 112 
Copeland, Mary, 427 
Mr., 312 



Copley, James, 119 
, Lionel, 165* 



Coi^man, Vallentine, 446 
Coppin, Jane, 494 

, John, 443, 494 

Thomas, 471 



Coppine, John, 476 
Coppinger, John, 475 
Coppyn, Robert, 119 
Corbett, Benjamin, 508 

, Mary, 508 

, William, 361 

Corbitt, Roger, 441 
Cordelion (Cordelon, or Cor- 
d3'lion), Peter (or Petard), 

319. 319% 325 
Cordell, Robert, 60 
Corder, Thomas, 181 
Cordiu, Paulus, 453 
Cordoza, Solonian, 450 
Cordylion, see Cordelion 
Corie, Richard, 127 
Cork, Margaret, 492 
Corker, Elizabeth, 102 
Com, see Carn 
Combury, Lord, 16S* 
Cornelius, Bernaixl, 432 

, Francis, 358 

, Thomas, 327, 329 

Conieiv, Earth., 154 
Comie, William, 1S4 
Cornille, Pierre, 198 
Cornish, Edward, 359 

, Elisabeth, 423 

, John, 423 

, Stephen, 423 

• , Thomas, 188, 262, 353, 

354, 360, 364. 366, 383, 392, 

402 
Comwell, William, 142 
Corrington, Jo., 63 

, Mary, 63 

Corser, AVilliani, 41 
Corteene, EUinor, 476 
Cosker, Henry, 394 
Coson (or Cason), Nehemiah, 

III 
Cossen, Elizabeth, 143 
Cossens ) see Cous- 

Cosson, Wm., 142 ) sens, &c. 
Costanio, Abraham, 450 
Costeen, John, 439 
Cote, Eliz., 117 
Cotes, James, 81, 136 

, Jo., 113 

Cotesworth, James, 143 
Cotinho, Moses Henricjues, 361 



Cotter, Garrett, 162*, 163 
Cottingham, George, 114 

— , Katherine, 360 



Cottom, Frances, 468 
■, Oliver, 468 



Cotton, John, 435 

, Richard, 122 

Rowland, 95 



71 
Ed- 



Coubber, Rebecca, 187 
Coughlan, Teague, 475 
Coulbm'ne, John, 359 
Couly (or Conly), Patrick 
Councell (or Coimsell), 

ward, 332, 335, 341 
Countwane (or Count«'ay), 

John, 191, 192 
Couper, Walter, 258 
Courser, William, 77 
Courtney, James, 151 
-, Jo., 104 



— , Hybbill, 105 
— , Wm., 361 



Courlyere, George, 501 
Coussens, Coussins, Cossens, 
Cosson, Cozens 

, John, 441, 461, 464 

, , Junr., 461 

Wm., 142, 327, 329 



Covell, Jo., 126 
Covells, Capt., 308 
Coventrie, Miles, 80 
Coventry, Thomas, Lord, 160 
Covett, Robert, 103 
Coward, Rob., 333, 336, 341 
Samuell, 461 



Cowdeil, Thomas, 141 
Cowley, Elisabeth, 423 

, Roger, 423, 430, 452 

, Susanna, 423, 430 

William, 95 



Cowly, Bryan, 142 
Cowper, Aveiyn, 37 
Ro., 54 



Cox, Francis, 360 

, John, 303 

, Josias, 498, 500 

, Mrs., 307 

, Phillip, 3:8*, 319' 

, Samuel, 167* 

Coxe, William, 255 
Coxsall, John, 150 
Coxshedd, Jo., 105 
Coxson, Tho., 81 
Cozens (or Coussens), 
327, 329 

see Coussens 



\\'n 



Crabbtree, Edward, 129 
Craddock, Craddocke 

, Francis, 159* 

, Isabell, 50 



INDEX. 



525 



Craddock, Kathariii, 429 

, Mr., 106 

Cradouke, \^'illiam, 267 
Craford, Patrick, 158 
Craft, Crafts 

, Matheiv, 31 8, 344 

, , Junr., 316* 

, William, 468 

Crag, Cragg, Crage 

, John, 357, 424, 467 

, Susanna, 424 

, Wm., 443 

Crampe, Thomas, 188 
Crane, John, 316 

, Richard, 126 

Cranfield, Ann, 37 

, Edward, 37, 164, 



167 



Thomas, loi 



Cranich, John, 240 
Cranwell, Geo., 125 
Crapp, John, 40 
Crapplace, Mr., 191 
Crashaw, Rawleigh, 1S3, 
Crawbhaw and Croshaw 
Crauen, see Craven 
Craven, Richard, 272 

, Thomas, 1 1 2 

-, William, Earl of. 



62 



Crawford, Thomas, 494 
Crawshaw, William, 244, see 

Crashaw and Croshaw 
Creamer, Martin, 441 
Crean, Paul, 412 
Creed, Creede 

, Ann (or Anne), 120, 492 

, John, 476, 492 

, Wm., 347, 366 

Crenne, Jan de, 199 
Crepy, Abel de, 1 99 
Cressitt, Edward, 85 
Creswell, Cresswell 

, John, 443, 501 

, William, 135 

Crew, Joseph, 219 

, Josua, 177 

, Marie, 64 

, Randall, 2og 

, Robert, 230 

Cribb, Jo., 43 

, Richard, 74 

Crichlow (or Chrichlow) 

. , Elizabeth, 475 

, Henry, 475 

, James, 475 

Crillick, James, 357 
Cripp's, Zachary, 235 
Crisp, Crispe 

, Edward, 432 

■ , John, Senr., 452 



Crisp, John, Junr., 441 

, , 421 

, Joseph, 163 

, Margaret, 421 

, Roger, 361 

, Sarah, 421 

, Thomas, 187 

, Widow, 440 

, Zacharia, 180 

Crispin, Tho., 63 
Cristian, Franci.':, 440 
Cristie, Richard, 127 
Critch, Richard, loi 
Critchlow, ^^'m., 440 
Crocker, Henery, 221, 237 

, Jone, 237 

Richard, :8l 



Croft's, Croftes 

, Ann, 123 

, Hemy, 439 

, John, 70, 96 

Thomas, 380, 396, 400 



Cromby, Mr. Abo — , 310 
Crome (or Crowe), Wm., 74 
Crompe, Bridget, 117 
■, Thomas, 227 



Crompton, Sir Thomas, 156 
Croney, William, 243 
Croningburgk, Peter, 141 
Crooke, Wm., 84 
Crookshank, Alexander, 465 
, Hester, 465 



Crosby, Ann, 62 

, Mamiaduke, 64 

, S5'mon, 62 

, Tho., 62 

Croshaw, Raughly, 274, see 

Crashaw and Crawshaw 
Cross, Crosse 

, Ann, 280 

, Henry, 66 

, James, 84 

, John, 280, 316', 31S, 

342 

, Jonas, 333, 335, 341 

, Ihomas, 177, 221 

, William, 316*, 342 

Crossing, Wm., 358 
Crouch, Richard, 177 

, Robert, 121 

, Thomas, 175, 180, 232 

Crowder, Hugh, 234 

, James, 209 

, Richard, 51 

, Thomas, 40 

Crow, Crowe 

, Adam, 12G 

, Benjamin, 326, 32S 

, Mitford, i68* 

, (or Crome), Wra., 74 



Crowley, Ro., 61 
Croy, Jan de, 198 
Cruder, Hugh, iSo 
Crudge, Richard, 268 
Crust, Thomas, 225 
Crutchfield, Thomas, 437 
Crutchloe, Chructhloe 

, Elizabeth, 493 

, Henry, 491 

, James, 491, 493 

, Rebecca, 493 

, .Susanna, 491 

Cryer, Ben., 508 
Cudden, John, 475 
Cuffe, Martin, 194 
Cugley, Danniell, 264 
CuUey, Samviell, iSi, 239 
CuUidge, Geo. 112 
Cullimor, James, 41 
Culpeper, Alexander, 161*, 

163* 
, Thomas, Lord, 161*, 

163. 165 
Culverwell, John, 316 
Cunnet (or Connet), John, 319* 
Cunningham, Ann, 433 

. John. 433. 435 

, William, 83 

, Zebulon, 433 

Cunstable, Robert, 178 
Cuppledike, Henry, 38 
Curden, Jo., 82 
Curke, Wm., 153 
Curie, Tho., 381 
Cun'ier, William, 343 
Curstis, John, 359 
Curtis, Elizabeth, 64 

, Henry, 76 

, James, 136 

, John, 123, .253 

, Thomas, 243, 254 

, William, 126, 150 

Curtise, John, 186 

Thomas, 184 



Custis, Robert, 462 
Cuta, Mathew, 501 
Cuthbert, Alexander, 497 
■, Elizabeth, 497 



Cutler, Clinton, 80 
•, Tho., 51 



Cutling, Henry, 125 

Cutt, Lawrence, 372, see CutU 

Cutting, Cuttinge 

, Jane, 123 

, John, 277, 279 

, Richard, 282 

■, ^^'illiam, 281 



Cutis, John, 163 

, Roger, 124 

, see Cutt 



S26 



INDEX. 



CvUoe (CuUoe), Steven, 185 

DABB, Tho., 73 

Dabbin, Nicholas, 153 

Dabyn, Robert, 2S3 

Dade, John, 268 

Daggett, Tho., 114 

Dainty, Hemy, 297 

Dalbey, Joane, 501 

Dalbie, WiUiara, 169 

Dalby, WiUiam, 233 

Dale, Niccolas, 255 

, Sir Thomas, 270 

, The, 71 

(orDeale), Wni., 319*, see 

Deale 

Dales, Francis, 67 
Dalleper, Henry, 122 
Dallinger, Jo., 63 
Dallison, Martin, 448 
Dally, Richard, 83 
Dalton, Haima, 65 

, Philemon, 65 

, Samuell, 65 

Dainand \i.e. Dammand], Jane, 

58 
Damerall, Thomas, 501 
Dameron, Bridgett, 195 
Damont, Jan, 199 
Damport, Lanslott, 175, 1 80 

, Lawley, 233 

Dan, John, 427 
Dauby, Jolm, 477 
Dancy, John, 234 
Dandg, Henry, 313* 
Dane, Tho., 77 
Daneff, James, 453 
Danes, Richard, 51 

, Robert, 434 

(or Danes), Snzan, 

Dang, Margarett, 361 
Dangerfiekl, Walcup, 36; 
Daniel, Daniell 

, 190 

, Anne, 492 

, Christopher, 272 

-, Daniell, 37 



108 



-, Downes, 445 
-, Elizabeth, 65 



, Henry, 127, 163 

, John, 362, 472, 477, 

492, 497. 501 

— , Nicholas, 476 

, Richard, 317*, 319*, 

325 

, Robert, 358, 362 

, Thomas, 497 

, Wilbert, 365 

Dannell, Edward, 115 
Dapwell, Robert, 367 



Daries, James, 180 
Darkin, Robert, 401 
Darno, Penelope, 107 
Darrell, John, 294 
Dart, Jane, 133 
Darvall, Charles, 297 
Dauers, see Davers 
Danes, see Daves 
Daughton, Richard, 86 
Wm., 135 



Dauis, see Davis 
Davenport, Jo., 141 
Davers, Robert, 63, 460 

, , Junr., 460 

Daves, Richard, 145 

(or Danes), Suran, 108 

■, see Davis 



David, Lewes, 74 
Davidson, William, 160* 
Davie, Geo., 137 

, Morrice, 136 

, Tho., 140 

, see Davy 

Davies, Arthur, 1S7 

, Barnabie, 108 



, Chri., 79 

, Daniell, 51 

, Dorothie, 113 

, Edmond, 51 

Edward, 37, in, 133, 



193 



362 



-, Elianor, 489 

-, Elizabeth, 68, iS6, 195, 



-, Ellin, 113 
— , Emanuell, 138 
— , Gabriell, 80 
— , George, 186 
— , Hiimfrey, 38 

, Isbell, 113 

, Jane, 363, 4S9 

, Joane (or Jone), 174, 

1S7 

, John, 40, 65, 68, 71, 

104, 137, 171, 179,186, 212, 
217,236, 363, 364 

, Joseph, 43 

, Katherine, 237, 364 

, Margaret, 68 

, JIarie, 68 

, Nicholas, 43, 1 86 

, Peter, 364 

, Philip, 115 

, Richard, 104, 1S7 

, Robert, 94, m 

, Rowland, 127 

Samuell, 105, 179, 



233. 363 

, Sara, 43 

, Tho., 140, 143, 186 



Davies, William, 122, 128, 

135. 189, 19s, 471, 489 
Davis, David, 422 

, Edward, 476 

, Hugh, 422, 429 

, James, 236 

, Jane, 222, 421, 422, 

431 

, Joane (or Jone), 237, 

421 

, John, 254, 445 

, Margaret, 476 

, Jlrs., 442 

■, Niccolas, 24S 

, Owen, 440 

, Randall, 307 

, Richard, 201, 256 

, Robert, 176 

, Sarah, 466 

, Thomas, 254, 257 

, William, 265, 428, 453, 

460, 466, 468 

, see Daves 

Davison, Alice, 173 

Davy, Robert, 365, see Davie 

Daw, William, 332, 338, 340 

Dawe, Geo., 105, 127 

Dawes, John, 159* 

, 'William, 48 

Davvlen, Heniy, 177 

Dawse, Margery, 176 

Dawson, Edmund, 435 

, Georg, 217 

, I-Iugh, 139 

, Milles, 476 

, Richard, 51, 94 

, Robert, 464 

, Tremmitt, 364 

, William, 171, 210 

Day, Anthony, 104 

, Dorothy, 105 

, Hanna, 77 

, James, 378, 408, 417 

, John, 133, 169, 238, 308 

—- — , Mary, 280 

, Richard, 79 

, Robert, 46, 2S0 

, Samuel, 167 

, Thomas, 501 

Dayes, Tho., 40 
Dayhurst, Thomas, 179 
Dayley, Alice, 427 

, Denis, 427 

, Katherine, 427 

, Owen, 446 

Daynie, Jo., 124 
Deacon, Avis, 109 
Tho., Ill 



Deale (or Dale), Wm;, 
319*, 322 



INDEX. 



527 



Dean, Deane 

, Abel, 430, 443 

, Gabrill, 462 

, Maiy, 430 

, Mathew, 445 

, Nathaniel, 104 

, Rachell, 56 

Dearsley, Richard, 439 
Death, Elizabeth, 96 

, Suzan, 96 

Deboyce, Giles, 453 
De Cane, John, 137 
Decborn, John, 40 
De Carpentier, Martin, 19S 
De Carpentry, Jan, 198 
Dechauis, Samuell, 450 
Decke, William 297 
Decompas, L all, 449 
Dederix, Baltazar, 141 
De Forest, Jesse, 199 
De La Garde, Alexander, 75 
De La Hay, Daniell, 297 

, John, 296 

De La Met, Jan, 198 

De La Montagne, Mousnier, 

197 
Delavall, Ralph, 350. 373, 399, 

411 
De La Ware, Esaw, 184, see 

Delywarr 
Delbridge, Mr., 308 
De Lecheilles, Jacques, 198 
De Le Marlier, Nicolas, 199 
De Le Mer, Philippe, 198 
De Lielate, Anthoine, 199 
Delk, Roger, 237 
Dellahay, Jo., 75. 
Dellicat, Francis, iij 
Delywarr, Isaye, 243, see De 

La Ware 
De Maine, Fetter, 191 
Demereado, David Ralph, 449 
Demon, Martin, 231 
De Moone, Martine, 179 
Dempster, Jane, 435, 437 

, Robert, 435 

Demster, John, 477 
Denbigh, Henry, Earl of, 159 
Dench, Wm., 73 
Dency (or Deucy), John, iSo, 

see Densy 
Dene, Francis, 41 

, Tho., 86 

Denham, John, 319, 477 

, William, 182 

Denison, Doctor, 144 

, Edward, 213 

Denman, Jo., 132 
Denmarke, John, iSo 
Deniier, John, 338 



Dennis, Daniell, 52 

, John, 116, 476, 477 

, Robert, 85 

The, 75.332.336,340 



Denny, Mary, 91 

Densy, Jane, 363, see Dency 

Dent, Elizabeth, 508 

, George, 471 

, John, 52, 50S 

, Richard, 64 

, Thomas, 508 

Denton, Jacob, 126 

, John, 362 

Robert, 81 



Denum, William, 241 
De Pasar, Paul, 198 
Dermot, Jo., 11 1 
Derrick, Victor, 36 
Desart, Francis, 297 
Desauido {i.e., Dcsavido], 

Moses, 450 
Desendre, Anthoin, 199 
Desworth, Edward, 362, 375 
De Trou, Jan, 199 
Deucy (or Dency), John, I So 
Deuenish, see Devenish 
Deuillermas, see Devillermas 
Deurede, see Devrqde 
Deusbury, Daniell, 324 
Devenish, John, 362, 444 
Deverill, George, 172, 222 
De Villermar.sk, Dr., 431 
Devillermas, Flenry, 439 
Devocion, Margaret, 98 
Devorax, .Stephen, 331 
Devrede, Paul, 449 
Dew, Ann, 109 

, Elizabeth, 109 

Dewer, .Stephen, 365 
De Wever, Lewin, 365 
Dexter, Abell, 129 

, Francis, 48 

. Wm., 365 

Deyking, Alice, 98 
John, 98 



Diamond (Dyamond, or 
mand), Jasper, 327, 329 
see Dymond 



Di- 



Dias, Lewis, 449 

Dible, Francis [Frances], 2S5 

, Thomas, 285 

Dichfeild, Edward, 157 
Dick, Elizabeth, 433, 437 

, John, 435, 453 

, see Dick's 

Dicken, Hugh, 1S7 
Dickenson, Florence, 67 

, Geo., 83 

. Jeremy, 185 

, John, 84, 139 



Dickenson, Peeter, 257 
Wm., 1 24 



Dickerson, Feleaman, 293 
Dickins, Wm., 353 
Dickinson, Elizabeth, 248 

, Francis, 362 

, Jane, 174 

Jeremiah, 248 



Dickonson, Robert, 303 
Dick's, Edward, 118 

, Eliz., 113 

•, sec Dick 



Dickson, Fetter, 1 85 
Stephen, 261 
see Dixon 



Dier, Mary, 192 

, William, 192 

Digaud, Barthelemy, 199 
Digglin, Tho., 137 
Dikes, Henry, 115 
Dilke, Clement, 175 

, Mrs., 175 

Dill, LawTence, 303 
DiUimager, Thomas, 171 
Dillon, Garrett, 477 
Dimand, see Diamond 
Dimsdale, John, 236 
Dingley, N., 300 
Dinse, John, 191 
Disbrough, Isack, 46 
Disherd, Jo., 52 
Disnall, Nathaniell, 94 
Ditchfield, Jo., 128 
Ditty, Edmond, 3i;2, 353, 366, 

369. 375. 376. 3S1, 3S3. 3S8, 

389. 390, 400, 405 
Dix, Abegell, 290 

, Joane, 290 

, Margaret, 63, 

, Presella, 290 

, Samuell, 290 

Dixon, Adam, 218 

, Alice, 71 

, Ann, 191 

, Chri., 112 

, Edward, 83 

, Alathew, 11 1 

, Richard, 125 

, Steven, 183 

, Win,, 85 

, see Dicksoji 

Dixson, Adam, 272 

, Rachell, 293 

Dixwell, Basill, 462 
Dobell, Flenry, 138 
Docker, John, 179, 236 
Dockkie, James, 128 
Dod, Dodd, Dod's, Dodd's 

, Geo., 82 

, James, 98 



528 



INDEX. 



Dod, Jane, 202 

, John, 169, 202, 267, 270, 

319, 319*. 323 

, Margaret, 425 

, Mrs., 169 

, Thomas, 425, 444 

Doddcridge, Davie, 141 

, Jarvice, 40 

, Tho., 117 

Dodington, Riclrard, 165* 
iJodson, Edward, 134 

, Elisabeth, 427 

, Georg, 427 

Dodsworth, James, 43G 
Doe, Jo., 81 

, Thomas, 122, 177 

Doged, Thomas, 295 
Dolbeare (or Dolebeer), Samu- 

ell, 318*, 319*, 324 
Doldron, Grace, 362 
Dole, Peter, 35 
Dolebeer, sec Dolbeare 
Doleberry, Andrew, 362 
Doleman (or Toleman), Susan 

(or Susannah), 320* 

, Thomas, 236 

Dolfemb, Richard, 179 
Doll, Richard, 37 
Dollar, John, 476 
Dollathy, Elizabeth, 501 
DoUen, Thomas, 320*, 323 
Dolling, Thomas, 318* 
DoUstan, John, 465 

, Thomas, 465 

Dolphinbe, Richard, 231 
Domelawe (or Domelow), 

Richard, 172, 272 
Donavan, Daniell, 470 
])one, John, 132 
Donn, Clement, 115 
, Henry, 113 

. Jo-. 133 

. Tho., 106 

, Wm., 81 

Donnard, Marie, 54 
Donoklson, Henrie, 79 
Donthorne (or Dunlhorne 

Eliza., 273, .M' Dunlhorne 

Douthorn 
Dore, James, 213 
Dorie, sec Doiy 
Dorifall, Anne, 281 
Dorington, Nicholas, 193 
Dorn, Francis, 476 

, John, 476 

Dorrell, Tho., 85 

William, 219 



Dotten, Wm., 469 
Doue, see Dove 
Doughty, Doughtie 

, Ann, 172, 216 

, Thomas, 172, 181, 

216, 238 

-, see Dowtie 



Douglas, Douglass 

, CaiJtain, 114 

, Hugh, 137 

, William, 188 

, sec Dowglas, Duglas 



Douse, Bridgett, 365 

, Thomas, 267 

, see Dowse 

Douston, John, 181 
Douthorn, Elizabeth, 188 

, Samwell, 188 

, Thomas, 18S 

, sec Donthorne, &c. 

Dove, Mary, 442 
Dowe, Henrey, 292 

, Joane, 292 

Dowell, Dennis, 363, 453 

, Richard, 476 

Dowglas, William, 269, sec 

Douglas, and Duglas 
Dowling, William, 477 
Downe, John, 326, 331 

, Robert, 135 

Downeman, Elizabeth, 185, 244 
(or Downman), 



Drake, Jo., 128 
Dran, Maren, 364 
Drap, see Draper 
Draper, Bartholmew, 71 

, Cleare, 279 

, Henry, 185, 245 

, Joseph, 63 

, Robert, 249, 440 

, Tho., 104 



340 



Drax, Henry, 363, 384, 463 
Drayton, Thomas, 363, 453 
Dreadd, John, 40 
Drebble, James, 161 
Drew, Drewe 

, Edward, 1S9, 263 

, Tho., 41 

, Will., 332, 337, 

, see Drue 

Drewrie, Geo., 92 

, Robert, 113 

, sec Dinrry 

Drinker, Edward, 98 

, Elizabeth, 98 

, Jo., 98 

, Phillip, 98 

Driskell, Cornelius, 499 

, Dearman, 499 

Maiy, 498 



Driver, James, 74 
-, Robert, 92 



John, 185, 244, 274 
-, Mary, 257 



Downes, Daniell, 445 
■, Eusticc, 212 
, George, 134 
, Henry, 501 



-, Richard, 79, 177, 240 
-, Walter, lOI 
-, William, 138, 194 
-, sec Downs 



Downing, Francis, 208 

, James, 465 

, John, 365 

.Samuel, 465 



Downman, sec Downeman 
Downs, John, 498, sec Downes 
i Dowse, Mr., 262 
-, Mrs., 183 
•, Thomas, 1S3 
see Douse 



Drudg, Andrewe, 296 
Drue, Edward, 103, sec Drew 
Drury, Richard, 476, see Drew- 
rie 
Dry, William, 188 
Duboyes, John, 364 
Duce, Gyles, 501 

, Robert, 74 

Dudley, Andrew, 171, 209 

, John, 499 

■, Joseph, 163*, 168- 



Dorset, Edward, Earl of, 159 
Dory (or Dorie), Gregory, 182, 
260 



Dowsell, Anto., 67 
Dowtie, Henery, . 220, 

Doughty 
Doxey, Thomas, 405, 439 
Doyer, Isack, 342 
Doyley, Edward, 160* 
Drake, Diana, 75 
, Isack, 134 



Dudman, Henry, 104 

Duffeild, Edward, 350, 354, 
356, 361, 372, 379. 382, 39i> 
393. 399. 402, 409. 438 

Duffill, John, 213 

Duffy, John, 173 

Dufour, Theodore, 198 

Dugdell, Henry, 122 

Duglas, William, 256, sec 
Douglas and Dowglas 

Duhurst, Henry, 105 

Duke, Henry, 476 

, Jo., 56 

Dukes, Wm., 362 

Dukkarth, Jo., 52 

Dulmare, George, 96 

Dum' [/>., Dummer], jivDum- 

mer 
Dumesnill, Carew, 476 



INDEX. 



529 



TJummer, Alee, 299 

, Dorathie, 299 

, Jane, 299 

, Joane, 299 

, Richard, 299 

, Steephen, 299 

, The, 299 

Diimpont, John, 191 
Dun, sec Dunn 
Dimbarr. Wni., 1 28 
Duncomb, Jo., no 
Dundas, Wm., 364 
Dune, Thomas, 172 
Duneing, Henry, 501 
Dungan, Thomas, 164* 
Dunham, Robert, 125 
Dunidge, Wm., 453 
Dunkly, Easell, 448 
Dunn, Dun 
, Hugh, 470 

. Jo-. 37 

, Fetter, 193 

, Roger, 453 

, Thomas, 222 

, Wm., 153 

Dunnell, Heniy, 36 

Dunnohoe, Cornelius, 364 

, Jeffory, 364 

, Teag, 363 

Dunstarr, Robert, 142 

Dunsthorp, Zechariah, 430 

Dunthorne (or Donthorne), 
Elizabeth, 255, 273 

, Thomas, 255 

Dunton, Andrew, 37 

Du Ton, Michel, 198 

Dupper, Edward, 195 

Durant, Natthan, 477 

, Thomas, 477 , 

Durdal, Heugh, 299 

Duston, John, 154 

Dutton, David, 238 

, Richard, 429 

Dweight (orDwight), Benjamin, 
447, 453 

Dyamond, sa Diamond 

Dye, Heniy, 63 

Dyer, Ananiah, 127 

, Isack, 316*, 317 

, James, 432 

, Jo., 42 

, Roger, 432, 442 

-, Samuell, 448 

, Sarah, 432 

, William, 501 

Dyke, Daniel, 466, 468 

, Richard, 319 

Dykes, Mr., 308 

Dymett \i.e., Dymraett], Tho- 
mas, 96 



Dymoclce, William, 501 
Dymond, Robert, 40, see Dia- 
mond 
Dynegell, Danill, 471 
Dynley, Richard, 71 
Dyos, Geo., 137 

EACH, Samuell, 269 
Eakiris, Wm., 67 
Earl, Earle 

, John, 366 

, Robert, 316, 31 8, 343 

, Thomas, 477 

Easemond (Easman, or East- 
mond), John, 31S*, 319* 323 
East, Easte 

. Richard, 1S7, 257 

, William, 103, 133 

Eastchurch, William, 366 
Easte, sec East 
Eastmond, see Easemond 
Easton, Rob., 332, 336, 340 
Eastwick, Henry, 460 
, Richard, 460 



Easy, Ben., 84 
Eaton, Abigail, 58 

, George, 81 

, John, 40 

, Mabell, 120 

, Mary, 58 

, Tho., 58 

EbJon, George, 31S* 
Ebes, Thomas, 257 
Ebsworth, Anne, 243 

, Agnes, 184 

■, Anthon)', 1 84, 243 



Eccallowe, Peter, 249 

Eden, AUes, 291, see Edens, 

anci Eeden 
Edenburrow, Tho., 37 
Edenden, 434 

, Joyce, 434 

Edens, Jo., 140, see Eden 

Ederife, Ester, 224 

Edgar, Richard, 334, 336, 339 

Edge, Robert, 130 

Edger, William, 190 

Edlow, Mathew, 169, 201 

Edlyn, Henry, 162 

Edmond, Edmondes, Ed- 

mond's, Edmund's 

. Jo-. 36. 190 

, Michaell, 296 

, Richard, 39, 193 

, Robert, 189, 235 

Titus, 46 



Ednall, Edward, 112 
Edney, Peter, 477 
Edward, 188 
. — , 190 



Edward (a Negro), 178, 229 
Edwards, Anthony, 266 

, Arthm-, 191 

, David, 416 

■ — , Edmond, 117 

John, i8o, 234, 326, 



329, 340, 366 

-, Richard, 154, 255, 



469 



-, Robert, 130, 141, 



144 
[? ], Sarah, 469 



-, Thomas, 94 

-, William, 117, 192 



Edwardson, Jo., 84 
Edwin, James, H2 
Edwynn, Edward, 133 
, Tho., Ill 



Edye, Rawleigh, 153 
Eeden, Jo., 84, see Eden 
Eeke, Geo., Si 
Eeles, Edward, 80 

, Henry, 116 

, John, 96 

, sec Eles 

Eelie, Robert, 115, sec Ely 
Eester, Thomasin, 256 
Egerton, Wm., 135 
Egginton, Seaborne, 453 
Eggleston, Richard, 102, 104 
Ekkersoe, Tho., 128 
Elbridg, William, 194 
Elding, Edward, 501 
Eldrecf, Nathaniell, 442 
Eldridg, Giles, 424 

, Mary, 424 

Eles, Thomas, 445, see Eeles 
Elinor, , 175 

Elison, see Ellison 
Elizabeth, , 203 

• (a Maid), 195 

Ella, Mannaduke, 117 
EUacott, Mrs., 453, sec Ellicott 
Ellarce (or EUaree), Jonathan, 

432 

. ■ , Sarah, 432 

, — , Thomas, 

432 
EUatt, John, 231 
Ellerton, James, 41 
EUesmere, Thomas, Lord, 155, 

156 
Elley, Eenj»., 446 
Ellgate, Margrett, 47 
Ellicott, Vines, 366 

, Widow, 470 

, see EUacott 



EUinsworth, Wm., 367 

Elliot, Elliott 

. Elizabeth, 46, 433 

67 



53° 



INDEX. 



Elliot, Georg, 430 

, Henry, 367 

, Jane, 430 

, Joan, 438, 477 

, John, 137, 179, 453, 463 

, Lyddia, 46 

, Marie, 46 

■ , Phillip, 46 

, Richard, 438, 477, 4SS, 

493, 496 

, Sara, 46 

, Thomas, 161 

Ellis, David, 173, 176, 220 

, Elizabeth, 92 

, Gamaliell, 442 

, Margrett, 220 

, Mary, 422 

, Richard, 36 

, Robert, 137, 422 

, William, 422 

Ellison, Ellin, 230 

, George, 231 

(Elison), John, iSl, 230 

, William, 250 

EUiston, George, 366 

, William, 132 

EUitt, Walter, 135 

EUmer, Edward, 150 

EUotts, Henry, 142 

Ellvyn (or Elvyn) 

, Mark, 38 

, Wm., 81 

Ellwood, Ralph, 131, Ji'^Elwood 

Elmes, Richard, 134 

, Rodolphus, 56 

Elson, Elizabeth, 64 

, Wm., 365 

Elsword, Hener., iSi 

Elvyn, see Ellvyn 

Elvvood, Henery, 237, see Ell- 
wood 

Ely, Ann, 259 

— , Elizabeth, 259 

— , James, 447 

— , Walter, 183, 259 

— , see Eelie 

Emarson, see Emerson 

Embree (or Emberee), William, 
441, 453 

Embrie, Henry, 96 

Emerson, Emarson, Emerson 
[i.e., Emmerson] 

, Allice, 239 

, Ann, 239 

, Ellis, 239 

. Jo., 98 

. Mr., 239 

[? ], Robert, 239 

, Thomas, 239 

, William, 171, 212 



Emery, Johir, 366 
Emmerton, Ann, 105 
Emperor, Thomas, 439 
Enderbee, Oliver, 365 
Endick, Daniell, 117 
Enes, Phillipp, 477 
England, Allen, 318*, 319*, 324 

, John, 316*, 423 

, Lawrence, 423 

Juni--. 453 



Mary, 423 



English, John, 218 

, Richard, J71, 210 

, Robert, 471 

, Tliomas, 426 

Enims (Euines, or Etiims), 

John, 192, 193 
Ennis Wm., 119 
Ennys, Margaret, 424 

, Timothy, 424 

Enson, William, 94 
Epe.s, Margrett, 262 

, William, 262 

Epps, Elizalieth, 100 

, Mrs., 1 88 

, Fetter, 1S8 

, William, 188 

Eritage, Roger, 141 
Erie, Bryan, 39 

, Edward, 126 

Erpey, Elisabeth, 424, 437 
Estplynn, Michell, 71 
Estwicke, Thomas, 342 
Etherington, John, 39 
Eiians, see Evans 
Euens, see Ewens 
Eiicrs, see Ewers 
Euims (Euines, or Enims), 

John, 192, 193 
Emiies, John, 501 
Evan, Evan ap, 1 1 1 
Evand's, Clement, 249 

, Richard, 242 

, Thomas, 244 

, William, 261 



Evans, Marke, 185 

, Nico., 52 

, Richard, 134, 184 

, Samuell, 357, 393, 402 

, Thomas, 52, 143, 185 

, William, 95, 114, 185, 

366 
Evars, Robert, 236 
Evens, John, 235 
Evenson, John, 298 
-, Tho., 298 



Evans, Andrew, 70 

, Clement, 188 

, Christo., 191 

, Cornelius, 304 

, David, 50 

, Edward, 140, 366 

, George, 185 

, Griffinn, 143 

, Henry, 460 

, Hugh, 139 

, John, 52, 84, 124, 1S5, 

189, 463, 477 

, Lawrance, 171, 213 

, Leonard, 37 

, Lewis, 134, 366 



Evere, Ester, 174 
Everedge, Sara, 118 
Everett, Aron, 104 
Everie, Tho., 41 
Ewens, Richard, 501 
William, 270 



Ewer, Elizabeth, 

, Sara, 88 

, Tho., 88 

Ewers, Robert, 270 

Ewin's (Euines, &c. ), John, 192 

Ewis, John, 192 

Ewynn, Tho., 86 

Exson, Jo., n6 

Eyres, Nicholas, 234 

Eyton, William, 477 

FABERR, Joseph, 72 

Fabin, Elizabeth, 76 

Facy (or Facey), John, 317*, 
319*. 322 

Faierbrother, Nathaniell, 82, 
see Farebrother 

Fairbore, Stafford, 167* 

Fairechild, Joane, 258 

Fairfa,x, William, 271 

Fairefax, Nicho., 375, see Fear- 
fa.^ 

Faldoe, Earthol., 49 

Falkland, Anthony, Lord, 165 

Fall, Charles, 63 

Fallin, Andrew, 470, see Follyn 

Fallowes, Edward, 214 

Fance (or Fauce), Robert, 80 

Fane, Richard, 75 

Fanning, Andrew, 367 

Fanshaw, Richard, 117 

Farbracke, Roger, 1S7 

Farbrase, Roger, 245 

Farebank, James, I40 

Farebera, Lawrence, 95 

Farebrother, Suzamia, 106, see 
Faierbrother 

Farepoynt, James, 95 

Farest, Robert, 102 

Farewell, James, 477 

Farley, Farly 

, Ann, 230 

, Jane, 230 



INDEX. 



531 



Farley, Thomas, l8i, 230 
Farman, Alice, 108 

, Mary, 108 

, Ralph, 108 

, Tho., 108 

Farmer, Charles, 188 

, Elizabeth, 75 

, James, 303 

, John, 13s, 329, 334, 

336, 337. 340, 454 

, Madam, 472 

, Thomxs, 52, 170, 204 

Fanner, Henry, 174 
Farnarcque, Thomas, 198 
Farnell, Robert, 169 
[Farquaharson], Fercharsou, 

Thomas, 444 
Farr, Edward, 134 
Farraby, Tho., 114 
Fanands, Robert, 53 
Farrar, John, 194 

, Robert, loi 

— , William, 171, 268 

Farrell, Edmond, 122 

— . Hugh, 370 

, Roger, 370 

, Simon, 138 

Farrcn, John, 153 
Farrer, James, 369 
Faniiig, Miles, 74 
Farrington, Edmond, 44 

, Edward, 44 

, Eliza., 44 

, John, 44 

• , Mathew, 44 

, Sarra, 44 

Farron, Samuell, 75 
Farror, Edmond, 370 
Farrow, Robert, 477 
Farthing, Edwmd, 432 
Fassitt, James, 142 
Fatrice, Nicholas, 192 
Fauce (or Fance), Robert, 80 
Faucey, Thomas, 324 
Fauell, sec Favell 
Faulkner, Thomas, 184, 250 
Faux, John, 40 
Favell, Christophei", 370 

, Roger, 454 

Favor, Jo., 36 

Fa'well, sec Farewell 

Fawn (Foane, or ]''owne), 

Robert, 318*, 320*, 324 
Fa\vne, John, 477 
Fayrie, Oliver, 114 
Feaghery, Thomas, 36S 
Feak, Richard, 502 
Feake, Henry, 454, 501 
Fear, Francis, 370 
Fearfax, Tho., 51, see Fairfax 



Fearne, Henry, 194 
Paid, 118 



Feat's, Robert, 116 
Featlie, Tymothie, 94 
Feaver, Robert, 454, see Fever 
Fedam, George, 178 
Fee, Elisabeth, 428 
Feeld, Henrie, 134, see Feld. 
Feeldes, Henrie, 247 
Feeldhouse, Jo., 36 
Feelding, Jo., 129 
Feild, James, 246 

, William, 233 

, see Field 

Feld, Tho., 67 
Fell, Henry, 192 

, Lidia, 369 

— — , Thomas, 47S 

Feld, Jo, , 1 24, see Feeld 

Felkynn, John, 140 

Felloe (or Fellow), William, 

45. 425 
Felton, John, 440 
Felver, Joan, 67 
Fenn, Alderman, 50 

, Richard, 50, 179 

Fennell, Edward, 449 

, Robert, 1 88, 264 



Fenner, Rabecca, 131 
Fennick, Eliz., 106 
Fenton, Agnis, 329 

, James, 194 

, Mr., 257 

Fercharson [Farquaharson], 

Thomas, 444 
Fergusson, Elisabeth, 423 

, Thomas, 423 

Fern, Henry, 431 
Fernall, Robert, 233 
Ferneley (or Feraley), Thomas, 

166, 190 
Ferrar, William, 209 
Ferrell, Bridget, 459 
Ferrinian, Thomas, 433 

, William, 426 

Fetherston, John, 190 
Fever, William, 284, see Feaver 
Feversham, Earl of, 165 
Feyfield, Richard, 478 
Field, Anthony, 478 

, Henry, 139 

, Richard, 123 

, see Feild 

Fifield, Abraham, 443 

, Henry, 165, 166 

, Richard, 454 

Figiss, Arthur, 125, 126 
Filborne, Robert, 141 
Filenst, Thomas, 172 
Filks, John, 427 



Fillingham, Francles, 293 
Filmer, John, 178 
Finch, Benjamin, 488 

, Frances, 2U 

, Joan, 4S8 

, Sir John, 162 

, Katherine, 488 

, see Fynch 

Fine, Richard, 240 
Fimi, Teage, 368, see Fynn 
Firebrass, John, /[/[^ 
Firmin, John, 281 
Fish, Christopher, 70 
Fisher, Edward, 36, 51, 177, 
219 

, Gabriell, 122 

(or Fissher), Henry, 171, 

444 

, Jane, 194 

, John, 176, 188, 326, 329, 

447 

, Katherine, 210 

, Robert, 36, 132, 210 

, Samuell, 192 

, Sarah, 219 

, Sisly, 210 

, Thomas, 191 

, Wm., 138 

Fister, Constance, 125 
Fitch, Abigail, loi 

, Enecha, 236 

, James, loi 

, Jo., 107, 108 

, Samuell, 390 

, Tho., 236 

Fits, Fitt, Fitte, Fitts 

, Alice, 179 

— — , Ann, 227 

, Robert, 17S, 127,227, 501 

, Thomas, 179 

, see Fitz 

Fits James, Madam, 449, se: 

Fitz James 
Fitzgerald, Moms, 477 
Fitzgerard, Elenor, 424 

, James, 424 

, John, 424 



Fitz James, Edward, 367, see 

Fits James 
Fitz Jarrell [? Fitzgerald], John, 

368 
Fitziefferys, Mr., 191 
Fitz Nichols, Mary, 3O8 
Fitzrandolph, Phillip, 367 
Flaming, Peter, 74 
Flane, Charles, 79 
Flatter, Nico., 141 

, Wm., 143 

Fleetwood, Alexander, 134 
Flege, Thomas, 291 

67 2 



532 



INDEX. 



Flemg [? Fleming], Edmoiid, 

369 
Fleming, [/.^., Flemming], 

Abram, 65 

, Richard, 79 

Fletcher, Benjamin, 165*, 166*, 

167 

, Edward, 38, 192 

(or Flettcher), George, 

441. 454 

, Henry, S7 

, John, 115, 352 

, Lodowick, 118 

, Miles, 95 

, Noah, 427 

, William, 425 

Flewellin (or Flewilling), Peter, 

323, 328 
Flexney, Thomas, 105 
Flexny, Robert, 349, 356, 373, 

391 

Flint, George, 502 

(or Flynt), Thomas, 1S3, 

259 
Flinton, Elizabeth, 1S7 
-, Fai-rar, 251 



-, Joane, 187, 251 
Pharaoh, 273 



Flit, Marie, 

Flitcroft, Nicolas, 63 

Floid, Nathaniell, 232, see 

Floyd 
FIoH-er, John, 132 

, Thomas, 138, 179, 247 

Floyd, Thomas, 1 70, see Floid 
Fludd, David, 104 

, Elizaljeth, 96 

, Jane, 96 

, John, 211 

, Joseph, 96 

, Margett, 211 

, Obediah, 96 

, Tho., 75 

, "William, 211 

Flude, Bartholmew, 38 

Flynt, see Flint 

Foane (Fowne, or Fawn), 

Robert, 318*, 320*, 324 
Fogg (or Fogo), David, 348, 

352. 363> 384> 395. 4°°; 405> 

415, 418, 435 
Fokar, Jo., 65 
Folinsby, Alice, 437 

, Thomas, 437 

Follett (or FoUitt), John, 319, 

319*. 323. 357 
Folly, Nico., 127 
Follyn, Andrew, 471, jtr Fallin 
Fonceco Vale, Jacob, 450 
Fonseire, Philip, 454 



Fontleroy, James, 369 
Foockes, William, 243, see 

Fookes 
Foode, Wm., 327 
Fookes, Henry, 39, see Foockes 
Foord, John, 469, 472, see Ford 
Foot, John, 319, 319*, 323 

, Richard, 467 

Forbush, James, 367 

Forcey (or Forcy), Thomas, 

318*, 319* 
Ford, Adrian, 103 

, Barbara, 62 

, Charles, 105 

, Francis, 369 

, George, 128, 152 

, Jn., 285 

, Maiy, 85 

, Richard, 447 

, Rose, 425 

, Thomas, 478 

, Tristram, 143 

, see Foord 

Foreman, Samuell, 190 
Forest, Jesse de, 199 
Forestall, Richard, 477 
Forgiue [i>.. Forgive], Samuell, 

154 
Forrester, Agnes, 426 

, Jane, 426, 438 

, John, 43S 

, Thomas, 426, 438 

Forrestor, Thomas, 443 
Forstall, Richard, 342, 440, 454 
Forster, Josias, 87 

, Thomas, 304 

Forten, Jo., 131 
Fortescue, Sir Nicholas, 157 
Symon, 268 



Forth, George, I20 

, John, 186, 254 

Foskew, Thomas, iSl 
Fossitt, Fossett 

, Ann, 123, 172 

, Robert, loi 

, Thomas, 172 

, Ward in, 84 

Foster, Christopher, 92 

, Elizabeth, 324 

, Francis, 92, 124 

, Hester, 325, 329, 368 

, Hopestill, 68 

, James, 95 

, John, 93, 173, 182, 478 

, Nathaniell, 93 

, Patience, 68 

, Rabecca, 93 

, Richard, 122 

, Robert, 502 

, Sylus, 84 



Foster, Tho., 85 

■, William, 390, 497 



Fouch, Tho., 126 
Fouche, Hugh, 127 
Fouks, William, 1S6 
Foulfoot, Tho., 42 
Foulke, Thomas, 192 
William, 254 



FouUer, Frances, 174 
William, 183 



Fountaine, Edward, 97 

, John, 35 

Fourdrin, Fran9ois, 198 
Fousher, Phillip, 329 
Fowle, Ann, 59 
Fowler, Christopher, 439 

, Francis, 232 

, Geo., 114 

, James, 327, 329, 433 

, John, 41, 271, 454 

, Joshua, 369 

, Margrett, 259 

, Widow, 183 

William, 259 



Fowne (Foane, or Fawn), Ro- 
bert, 318*, 320*, 324 
Fox, George, 124 

, Hugh, 95 

, John, 39, 93, 103, 308 

, Nicholas, 104 

, Phillis, 368 

■, Richard, 93 

, Stephen, 368 

, Wm., 115 

Foxcrofte, Tho., 113 
Foxen, John, 179, 236 
Foxsley, Jane, 123 
Foy, Hugh, 478 
Frame, William, 478 
Framerie, Martin, 198 
Francis, 209 

(a Negro), 182 

William, 296 



Francisco, Mathias, 254 
Francke, Daniell, 190 
Francklin, Nicholas, 435 
Franklin, Jonathan, 74 

(Francklyn, Frank- 



lyn, or Francklyon), Thomas, 
318*, 319*, 323, 367 

Frankling, Christopher, 443 

Fransum, Josepli, 368 

Fraser, Malcum, 320* 

Frazill, John, 71 ' [210 

Freame (or Freme), John, 171, 

Frebourne, see Freebourne 

Frederick, John, 447 

Free, John, 40 

Freebourne, Freebourn, Fre- 
bourne, Friboume 



INDEX. 



S33 



Freebourne, Mary, 278, 279 

, Sarah, 278 

, William, 278, 279 

Freeman, Alice, 98 

, Anthony, 130 

, Bcnnet, 103 

, Bridges, 1 82 

, Edmond, 93, gS 

• , Edward, 98 

, Elizabeth, 98, 134, 

436 
■ (or Freman), Henry, 

446 

, John, 92, 98 

. Joseph, 358, 367, 

384. 404 

, Marie, 92 

, Raph, 209 

, SyciUie, 92 

— , Thomas, 93, 139 

, William, 138, 502 

Freme, sec Freame 
Freman, see Freeman 
French, Elizabeth, 99, 100 

, Francis, 99 

, John, 50, 99, 152 

, Judeth, 283 

, Marie, 99 

, Roger, 326 

, Samuell, 369 

, Wm., 100 

Frere, John, 477 

, Tobias, 329, 477, j^-s Frier 

, William, 477 

Fresey, Ambrose, 191 
Frethram, Richard, 193 
Frethy, Tho., 153 
Fretwell (or Frettwell), Ralph, 

329. 472 
Frey, John, 298 
Fribounie, sec Freebourne 
Friccar, Jo., 11 1 
Frie, Geo., 128, sec Fry 
Frier, George, 21S 

, Tobias, 79, sec Frerc 

, Vrsula, 218 

■ , see Fryer 

Frisbie, Richard, 260 
Frisby, Elizabeth, 123 
Frisle, Frissel, Frissell 
■ — -, Daniel, 423, 433 

, Elizabeth, 423, 433 

, Margery, 194 

, Thomas, 423, 433 

Frister, Robert, 123 
Frith, Robert, in 
, Samuell, 369 

, Sarah, 428 

. , Tho., 118 

Frogmorton, John, 176 



Frost, Frostt 

, Francis, 454 

, Reignold, 153 

, Tho., 134 

Fry, Fiye 

— , Henry, igi 

— , John, 187, 190 

— , Richard, 145 

— , sec Frie 

Fryer, George, 117, jtv Frier 

Fryme, Richard, 38 

Fulcock, Hemy, 133 

Fulder, Kat., 113 

Fnlford, Jo., 82 

Fiilham, Thomas, 195 

Fuller, Alice, 105 

, Joane, 454 

, Jo., 73 

, Marie, 48 

, Wm., 73 

Fulshaw, Samuell, 193 
Fulwood, John, 181 
Fulhvood, George, 141 
Furbank, Bartholm, 127 
Furbredd, Margerie, 37 
Furey, Charles, 502 
Furlow, Mr., 191 
Furse (alias Voss, Fusse, or 

Fuss), Morris, 333, 338, 

340 
Fusheir, Phillip, 461 
Fussc, sec Furse 
Futer, Thomas, 502 
Fyers, Jone, 367 
Fynch, Jo., 125, see Finch 
Fynn, John, 136, see Finn 

GAD, Anne, 467 

, James, 467 

Gadling, Henry, 121 

Gadsby, Tho., 126 

Gage, Josephr 318* 

Gaich, Josej:)!!, 319*, 323 

Gaile, Elias, 175, 226 

Gale, John, 172, 334, 337, 340, 
sec Gall, Joseph 

, Richard, 70 

Galhampton (Galhamton, Gil- 
hampton, or Gilhamton ), Tho- 
mas, 332, 335, 340, sec Gil- 
hampton 

Gall, Andrew, 349, 361, 370, 
379. 409 

, Joseph, 334, see Gale, 

John 

Galler, Wm., 135 

Galley, Tho., 135 

Gallop, Ann, 337 

Galloway, Charles, 75 
I Gamlin, Robert, 149 



Gammage, Gamage, Gamadge, 

or Gamidge 

, Stephen, 327, 330 

■ , Thomas, 333, 336, 

341 
Gane, Richard, 40, sec Gayne 
Ganey, Henry, 187, see Gany 
Gannoclc, Robert, 120 
Ganter (or Gunter), Lester, 131 
Gantois, P., 19S 
Gany, Anna, 187, 256 

, Henrie, 251 

, William, 1S7, 256, 273 

, see Ganey 

Gard, Margeret, 123, see Guard 
Garde, Alexander de la, 75 
Gardener, Wm., 85 
Gardiner, Edward, 170 
Thomas, 507 



Gardner, Ann, 75 

, Charles, 317, 342, 344 

, Edward, 107 

, George, 370 

, John, 371. 374 

, Lyon, n8 

, Mary, 118 

, Peter, 68 

, Thomas, 123 

, William, 507 

Garland, Hugh, 36 

, Jo., 112 

Garnian, Timothy, 435 
Garner, Mary, 502 

, Miller, 502 

Garnett, Elizabeth, 1S7, 255 

, Judith, 279 

, Susan, 1S7, 255 

, Thomas, 187, 255 



Garney, James, 478 
Garr, Symon, 137 
Garrai'd, Edward, 71 
Garret, Garrett 

■ , Emond, 502 

, Francis, 83 

, Owen, 71 

, Steeven, 50 

, Richard West — , 135 

, The, 8 1 

, William, 217 

Garrott, Thomas, 438 
Gary, Edward, 478 
Gascoign, Peter, 436 
Gascoyne, Savill, 116 

, Stephen, 447 

, see Gaskoyne 

Gaselee, or Gaslee 

, Elizabeth, 492 

, John, 478, 492 

, Susanna, 492 

Gasko, Thomas, 172 



534 



INDEX. 



GasUoyne, Thomas, 264, see 
Gascoyne, &c. 

Gaspar, Pieire, 198 

Gass, Edward, 51 

Gastrell, Ebedmelecli, 169 

Gater, Joan, in 

, Jo., Ill, 112 

Gates, Elizabeth, 232 

, Sir Thomas, 155 

, Thomas, 179, 232, 270 

Gather, John, 173 

Gaton, Tho., 40 

Gatter, John, 240 

Gaughton, Nico., 86 

Gault, William, 294 

Gaumon, Natha., 184 

Gauutlett {or Gawntlett), Wil- 
liam, 183, 195 

Gaurd, La, 184 

Gavett, John, 194 

Gavyn, Richard, 127 

Gawntlett, see Gauntlett 

Gawyn, see MacGawyii 

Gay, Abell, 471 

-— — , James, 171 

(or Guy), John, 326, 32S 

, Widow, 471 

Gayer, Francis, 112 

Gayne, William, 1S7, 253, see 
Gane 

Gayton, Richard, 454 

Geales, William, 194 

Gean, Pontus Le, 199 

Gedney, llanah, 294 

, John, 290, 294 

, Ledia, 294 

, Sarah, 294 

Gee, John, 102, 229 

, Samuel, 320, 328, 341 

Geere, Dennis, 87 

, Elizabeth, 87 

, Sara, 87 

Geerie, Jo., 117 

Geies, Wm., 135 

Genney, Richard, 124 

Gentler, Vallentyn, 191 

George, 1S8 

, Heniy, 112 

, Thomas, 47S 

Gerden, Bridget, 64 

Gerish, Benjamin, 371 

Gcw, Henry, 126 

Ghiselin, Claude, 199 

Gibbes, see Gibbs 

Gibbins, Oliff, 125 

Gibbons, Henry, 332, 338, 

340 

• , James, 60 

, John, 461 

■ , Mathew, 140 



Gibbs, Gibbes 

, Bassill, 469, 472 

, Edward, 86, 371, 466 

, Francis, 223 

, Jane, 126, 144 

, John, 105, 131, 171,211, 

260, 316, 318,323,343, 469, 

478 

, Joseph, 502 

, Lieut., 209 

[?— ], Itfary, 469 

, Nicholas, 342 

-, Phillip, 502 

, Richard, 371 

, Sarah, 466 

, Steplien, 329,470 

, Thomas, 323 

Gibbson, Gibson 

, Ann, 62 

, Francis, 174 

, John, 122, 502 

, Mathew, 502 

, Nico., 112 

-, Richard, 141 

, 'Walter, 52 

, William, 40, 139 

, Yeoman, 118 

Giddins, Geo., 45, 46 
Jane, 45 



Gidion, Rowland, 373 
Gifford, Edward, 122 

, Francis, 272 

Samuell, 444 



Giggon, Jesper, 64 
Gilbert, , 195 



-, Henry, 122 

-, J^mes, 347, 358, 362, 



394, 399, 432 

, Nalhaniell, 478 

, Robert, 80, 431 

, Roger, 122 

Thomas, 141, 365.3S3. 



386, 398 

-, William, 297 



Gilby, Robert, 39 
Gilder, Henrie, 64 
Gildingwater, The, 74 
Giles, Ann, 492 

, George, 492 

, Jonathan, 177, 222 

, Margrctt, 184 

, William, 322 

, see Gyles 

Gilgate, Jo., 82 
Gilhampton, OUivcr, 445 

, see Galhauipton 



Gill, Mark, 120 

, Richard, 115 

, Thomas, 129 

Gillam, Gilham, Gillham 

, Ann, 97 

, Ben., 97 

, Emanuell, 502 

., Jo., 124, 478 



Gilham, Gillham, see Gillam 
Gill, Allexander, 174, 240 

, John, 104, 319*, 323 

, , Junr., 319 



— , Tho., 124 
-, Wm., 137 



Gille, Jan.,' 199 
Gilles, Edward, 478 

, , Jnnr., 47S 

Gillett, Richard, 194 
Gilliard, Anto., 85 
, John, 434 



Gilson, Thomas, 74 
Gislingham, Edward, 432 

, Elisabeth, 432 

•, Jone, 432 



Gitly, Henry, 433 
Gittes, Henry, 371 
Gittings, John, 489 

, Mabell, 489 

, Mary, 489 



Gladdin, Tho., 356 
Glade, Joseph, 38 
GIad\^-ell, Ayraes, C6 
Glaister, Richard, 37 
Glasbrooke, Wm., 118 
Glassenden, John, 133 
Gleadston, Nicholas, 193 
Glenester, Robert, 123 
Glifford, Hanna, i09[?Chf- 

ford] 
Gloster, Jo., 122 

Mathew, 170, 206 



Glouer \i.e.. Glover] 
Glover, Alexander, 128 

, Henry, 178, 280 

— , John Jarvice, alias, 



-, Richard, in 



Glower, Charles, 150 
Glynn, Bryan, loi 
Goad, John, 112, 142 

, Tho., 100 

, Win., 141 

Goadby, Jo., 46 
Goald, John, 319 
Goard, Richard, 72, 76 
Godbehere, Benjamin, 431 
Godbitt, Tho., 79 
Godby, Joane, 253 

Thomas, 187, 253, 273 



Goddard, John, 166* 
Goddin, Edward, 85 
, George, 71 

, Jo . 13s 

, see Goding 



INDEX. 



535 



Godding, Gooden or Goden, 
Abraham, 319, 320*, 325, 
see Goding 

Godffree, Gilbert, 372 

Godfrey, Andrew, 422 

, Jo., loi 

, Sarah, 422 

Godfrie, Henrie, 140 

Godfry, Mary, 371 

Goding, Peter, 454, see God- 
ding, &c. 

Godsall (or Godsal), John, 
3iG*, 317, 343 

Godwin, Reinonld, 258, see 
Goodwyn 

, Robert, 261 

Goeing, Frances, 499 

, John, 499 

Goff, William, 136 

Goffe, Eliza, 107 

, James, 498 

, Marie, S7 

, Michael, 498 

Gogin, William, 372 

Golane, Mary, 430 

, Patric, 430 

Gold, Edward, 54 

, EHz., 123 

, Jarvice, 48 

, William, 440 

Goldenham, Jonas, 133 

Golder, Wm., 124 

Golding, George, 168 

, John, 70 

, Percivall, 371 

, see Goulcling 

Goldham, Alice, 67 

Goldingham, James, 41 

, John, 324, 460 

, see Gonlding- 

ham 

Goldsmith, Arthure, 234 

, Farford, 63 

■ , sec Gouldsmith 

Goldwell, Ann, 113 

Golthorp, Ralph, 103 

Gomez, Isaac, 450 

Gonn, Ann, 107 

, Jasper, 107 

Good, Thomas, 299 

Goodale, Abraham, 282 

— , Isaacke, 282 

, Mary, 282 

, Robert, 282 

Goodall, Ivatherin, 2S0 

, Robert, 280 

Goodbarne, John, 119 

Goodby, Jone, 1S7 

Goodchild, Richard, 195 

, Chrismus, 195 



Gooddens, Adam, 291 
Gooden, see Godding 
GoodeniifF, Sam., 69 
Goodfaith, Joseph, 304 
Goodhew, Jane, loS 
Goodhue, Nico,, io8 
Goodin, Anne, 293 
Gooding, Joseph, 371 
Goodladd, Richard, 80 
Goodman, EUz., 454 

, Richard, 478 

, Robert, 1S3, 260 

, Tho, 37 

-, Tymothie, 75 



Goodridge, Jo., 125 
Goodson, John, 101, 125 
Goodwene, John, 145 
Goodwinn, Mary, 134 
Goodwyn, Goodwynn 

■— , Jane, 134 

, Marie, 67 

•, Reinold, 183, see God- 



wm 

. Tho., 81 

, William, 150 

Gookines, Daniell, 243 
Goold (or Gould), Enock, 316*, 

3i7> 343 

, Thomas, 316, 342 

see Gould 



Goose, A\'iIIiara, 293 
Gorden, Edmond, 59 

, George, 372 

-, Peter, 478 



Gorges, Sir Ferdinand, 159* 
Henry, 462 



, Richard, Lord, 162 

Gorham, John, 94 
-, Thomas, 94 



Gorhie, Donoiigh, 129 
Gorman (or Gonnon), Matthew, 

47S, 495 
Gorton, John, 372 

, Richard, 372 

Steven, 122 



Go.sling, Tho., 81 
Goslinn, Jo., 81 
Gosnel, Elisabeth, 422 

, John, 422 

Gosselin, Wm., 142 
Gosselyng, George, 161* 
-, James, 161* 



Gother, Henry, 372 

Gough (or Gowgh), MalheM', 

121, 137 
Gould (or Goold), Enock, 316*, 

317, 343 

, Grace, go 

, John, 90 

, Petter, 191 



Gould, Thomas, 318 

, William, 316* 

, see Goold 

Gouldfinch, Nicholas, 226 
Goulding, Thomas, 239, see 

Golding 
Gouldinge, Jane, 152 

, Sara, 249 

Gouldingham, Henry, 465 

, John, 465 

see Goldinq;ham 



Gouldocke, Sara, 1S5 
Gouldsmith, Arthur, 179 

, Nicholas, 17s 

sec Goldsmith 



Gouldson, Gouldston 

, Anne, 281 

. Henery, 2S1, 2S2 

— , Mary, 2S2 

Gouldwell, Henry, 1S6 
Gourdeman, Jean, 198 
Gourney, William, 151 
Govemeur, Abraham, 166* 
Gowde, Henry, 140 
Gowen, Tho., 119 
Gowgh, see Gough 
Grace, Benjamin, 454 
. , Junr., 438 



Geo., 121 



Grafton (or Graston), James, 37 
■, John, 364, 3S5, 397 



Grame (or Grand), James, 37 
Crane (or Graves), George, 175 
Granger, Niccolas, 263 

, Robert, 39 

, Thomas, 129 

, see Graunger 



Grant, Thomas, 431, jc(?Graunt 

tlrasson, Wm., 123 

Graston (or Grafton), James, 

37 
Graue, Graues, see Grave, 

Graves 
Graunger, Nicholas, 1S8, see 

Granger 
Graunt, John, 121 

, Zeth, 150 

, see Grant 

Grave, Elnor, 225, see Snow 

, George, 225 

, Joan, 130 

, John, 225 

. Mary, 130 

, William, 286 

Graves (or Grane), George, 

175 

, Maiy, 467 

, Richard, 92 

, Robert, 217, 467 

, Rose, 467 



S3S 



INDEX. 



Graves, Thomas, 1 88, 263 
Gray, Edward, 51 

, Francis, 79 

, George, 339 

, John, 342 

■ , Mathew, 342 

, Richard, 137, 47S, 494 

, Robert, 372, 443, 478 

, see Grey 

Graye, Jone, 176, 228 

, Margrett, 22S 

, Thomas, 176, 228 

, William, 1 76, 228, 502 

Grazbury, John, 307 
Grazebury, James, 311 
Greefeson, William, 139 
Green, Jacob, 348, 369, 3S0, 
383- 389. 406, 41 1> 416 

, Richard, 317*, 319*, 324 

, see Greene 

Greene, Abigail, I Jo 

, Aderton, 192 

, Alexander, 125 

, Ambrose, 140 

, Daniel], 36 

, Darcas, 278 

, Edward, 125 

, Elizabeth, 465, 467 

, Ellin, 62 

, George, 36, 463 

, Jacob, 150 

-, John, 70, 74, 81, 150, 



176, 182, 194, 279 

, Joseph, 150 

, Nicholas, 71 

, Percivall, 62 

, Perseverance, 150 

, Richard, 86, 179, 236 

, Robert, I02, 170 

, Roger, 138 

, Saloman (or SoUo- 

man), 189, 264 

, Sara, 113 

, Sisley, 174 

, Suzan, 71 

, Thomas 38, 45, 46, 83, 

103, 142 

-, William, 71, 126, 127, 



141, 254, 462, 465, 467 
Greenelefe, Wm., 128, see 

Greenleafe 
Greenewood, Jolin, 39 

, Robert, 141 

, see Greenwood 

Greenhill, Nicholas, 230 
Greenidge, Jane, 490 

, Jean, 478 

, Philocleon, 490 

, Richard, 478, 490 

Greenleafe, Ann, 204 



Greenleafe, Robert, 204 

, Susan, 204 

, Thomas, 204 

, see Greenelefe 

Greenly, Jo., 51 

■, Steeven, 52 



Greenoway, Ursula, 57 
Grcenslatt, Thomas, 373 
Greenway, Robert, 357, 408 
■, Wm., 317*, 319* 



320* 

Greenwich, Jo., 74 
Greenwood, John, 37, 437 

, Tho., 51 

•, see Greenewood 



Greevett, Ellin, 227 

, John, 227 

sec Grevett 



Gregorie, Alexander, 138 

, Ben, 115 

. Tho., 121 

, see Griggoiy 



Gregory, Ormond, 478 

, Richard, 171, 222 

, Thomas, 327, 331 

, see Griggoi-y 



Greigs, John, 352 
Grenier, Antoine, 198 
Grensild, Barbrey, 294 

, Marey, 294 

, Samuell, 294 

Gressam, Edward, 12S 

, Jo., 127 

Grestninh, Jacobus, 370 
Gretrick, Thomas, 297 
Grevett, John, 178, see Gree^ 

vett 
Grey, Matthew, 472 

, Ralph, 167*, 168 

, Thomas, 163 

, Ursula, 425 

, see Gray, Graye 

Gi-ibell, Thomas, 145 
Griddiclc, Jo., 135 
Griffige, Joan, 123 
Griffin, Griffine, Griffinn 

-, , Ann, 113, 133 

, Dennis, 372 

, Edward, 417, 478 

George, 154 



, Gualter, 428 

, Henry, 427 

, John, 136, 226, 267 

, Marie, 68 

, Mathew, 192 

Rice (or Rise), 185, 



243 



Richard, 190, 195 
-, Thomas, 133, 194 
-, Wm., 115 



Griffin, sec Griphin and Graffin 
Griffith, Ambrose, 183 

, Edward, 138 

, Grace, 432 

, Herbert, 489 

, Jo., 120 

, Josua, 97 

, Rebecca, 432 

, Robert, 432 

, Wm., 119 

•, see Gyffith. 



Griffiths, Richard, 41 
Griff's, see Griffith, Griffiths 
Griggory, John, 454, see Gre- 
gory, Gregorie 
Grigg's, Grigg 

■, Alyce (or Alee), 44, 



370 



-, Elisa, 44 

, Geo., 44 

, James, 44 

, John, 478 

, Mary, 44 

, Robert, 370 

, Tho., 44, 119 

— ; , Wm., 44 

Griggson, Grigson 

, Richai-d, 80 

, Robert, 478 

Wm., 38 



Grimes, Ann, 173 

, Gilbert, 73 

, George, 190 

(or Grines), George, 

267 
Grimscroft, Jo., 36 
Grimston, Anthony, 102 

, Justice, 43 

Grind, Richard, 135 
Grindall, Edward, 135, 180 
Grinder, Thomas, 172 
Grindon, Edward, 270 
Grindry, John, 187 

, Jone, 187 

■, Mary, 187 



Grines (or Grimes), George, 

267 
Griphin, Raph, 178, see Griffin, 

&c. 
Gritton, EUizabeth, 454 
Groneare, John, 502 
Groue, Groues, see Grove, 

Groves 
Ground, Robert, 39 
Grove, Benjamin, 353, 377 

— , Joseph, 440 

, Richard, 231 

, Wm., 129 

, see Groves 

Grover, Samuel, 132 



INDEX. 



537 



Groves, Benjamin, 401 

, Elizabeth, 87 

, Jo., 87 

, see Grove 

Growce, Samuell, 118 
Grubb, John, 271 

, Tliomas, 228 

, William, 70 

Gnibthorn, Edward, 133 
Grudge, Humfrey, 84 
Gniflin, John, 192, see Griffin, 

&c. 
Gualmay, Thomas, 64 
Guard, Elizabeth, 491 

, Isabell, 491 

, Peregrine, 491 

' , William, 347, 35S, 362, 

379. 387. 392, 403, 412, 413 
see Gard 



Gudderidge, Ann, 102 

, Tho., 113 

Guine (Gimie, or Gume), Grif- 

fine, 177 
( ), Thomaf, 191, 

192, 193 
Guise, Christopher, 164* 
GulHfer, Tho., 71 
Gulliver, Mr., 436 
Gulstons, Chad., 195, sec Gun- 

ston 
Gume (Guine or Gunie), Grif- 

fine, 177 
Guuiy [?>., Gummy], Richard, 

95 

Gun, Daniel, 424 

. , Sarah, 424 

, Thomas, 424 

, sec Gunne 

Gundrie, John, 251 

, Marie, 251 

Gunie (Guine, or Gume) Grif- 
fine, 177 

(or Guine), Thomas, 191, 

192, 193 

Gunne, Daniel, 465 

, Henry, 465 

. , see Gun 

Gunnery, John, 274 

Gunning, John, 478 

Gunston, Chad., 189, Jir Gul- 
stons 

Gunstone, Thomas, 462 

Gunter (or Ganter), Lester, 131 

, Wm., 142 

Guppy, Justinean (or Juzti- 
pher, 332, 335, 341 

, Wra., 318*, 319'', 320' 

Gurge, William, 151 

Gurr, George, iSo, 236 

Gurrish, Jeffeiy, 117 



Gutsall, Walter, 92 
Guy, 445, 454 

, Alice, 75 

, Elisaijeth, 42S 

, James, 205 

(or Gay), John, 326, 328 

, Richard, 120 

, Robert, 171, 228 

, ^^■hitney, 195 

, William, 35 

Gwyne, Paul, 440 
Gyffith, Ambrose, 255 

, Joyse, 25s 

■, see Griffitli 



Gyles, Wm., 318*, 319*, see 
Giles 

HABBARD, Joan, 496 

, William, 496 

Habbittell, Geo., 123 
Habing, Thomas, 502 
Habroll, James, 24 
plach, Thomas, 17I 
Hacker, Ferdinando, 375 

, Tames, 296 

•, John, 233 



Hacket, Hackett 

, Ann, 480 

, Sir Roberl, 494 

, Robert, 376 

William, 479 



Hackwell, Hackewell 

, , 88, 89, 90 

, H., 87 

, Jo., 66 

, Richard, 73, lOO 

, Robert, 91, 92, 96, 



97 

Hackwood, Mary, 429 
Hadbie, Tho., Si 
Hadborne, Anna, 91 

, Anne, 91 

, Geo., 91 

Rebecca, 91 



Hadnet, Plumfrey, loi 
Hacward, Thomas, 149, see 

Haieward, Haiward, Hay- 

■\i'ard 
Haffell, see Hasfell 
Hagar (a Negro), 429 
Haggar, Robert, 109 
Haggat, Othniell, 338 
Hagthorp, William, 479 
Haiden, Tho., 128, see Hey- 

don, Heiden 
Haies, Ant°., 121 

, James, 137 

, John, 41 

, Robert, 72 

, William, 50 



Haies, see Hayes 

Haievi'ard, John, 70 

, Samuell, 56 

, Sith, no 

, Richard, 121 

, see Haeward, Hay- 
ward, Haiward 

Haieword, James, 43 

Haile, Sarah, 132 

, Thomas, 173 

Haine (or Hanie), John, 184, 
see Hayne 

Plaines (or Plames), Thomas, 
128 

, William, 



180 



see Haynes 



see Hal- 



Haiward, Robert, III, jf^ Hae- 
ward, he. 

Hakes, Thomas, 191 

Hakesby, Isabell, 113 

Hal, Elisabeth, 437 

— , Esther, 437 

— , Francis, 437 

— , Jehu, 434 

— , see Hall 

Halam, Roberl, 
lam, Plallum 

Haldin, Richard, 133 

Hale, Barnabie, 379 

, Jo.. 119 

, Thomas, 206 

Haler, Henrie, 112 
Hales, Jo., 112 
Haley, Dennis, 376 

, Thomas, 479 

, see Hayley, Haly, Heylei 

Halford, Tho., 43 
Halfyard, Aymies, 135 
Halingworth, see Hallingworth 
Hall, Agnis, 283 

, Anne, 421 

[?-], , 469 

, Anthony, 428 

, Christopher, 176, 227 

, Dorothy, 2S3 

, Elizabeth, 283, 421 

, Esther, 421 

, Francis, 421, 455 

— , George, 173, 222 

, Giles, 377 

, Grissell, 283 

, Hugh, 186, 252, 443, 507 

, James, 115 

, Jeffery, 185 

, Joane, 283, 507 

, John, 114, 141, 178, 227, 

421, 426, 502 

, Joseph, 283 

, Richard, 447 

68 



538 



INDEX. 



Hall, Robert, 414 

, Samuell, 76 

, Susan, 173, 222, 227, 432 

, Susanna, 421 

, Temperance, 283 

, Thomas, 79, 80, 87, III, 

137, l88, 194, 235, 304 

, Tristram, 283 

, WiUiam, H2, 236, 332, 

338, 341. 469 

-, scFRaX. 

Kallam, Wm., 479, jtvHalam, 

Halluni 
Hallers, Julian, 219 
Hallett, Hallet 

, Andrewe, 286 

, Christopher, 422, 430 

, Gregory, 434 

, John, 328, 337, 366, 

422, 430, 441, 454 

, Joseph, 326 

Mary, 422, 430 



, Richard, 443 

, Thomas, 327, 329 

Halliaclc, John, 92 
Halliers, Idye, 210 
Hallingworth, HaUng^vorfh 

, Edward, 74 

, Eliz., 108 

, Richard, 108 

, Suzan, 108 

, ji?<fHolUngworth 

Halloway, Abraham, 63 

, Darby, 424 

, Lanthil, 424 

, Mary, 424 

Hallowell, Huyn, 81 
Hallum, Mary, 493 

, Wm., 493 

, see Halam, Hallum 

Halock, Edward, 94 
Halsey, Jo., 76 

, Richard, 112 

Haly, Ellin, 116, see Haley, 

Hayley, &c. 
Ham, John, 432, 455 

, Joseph, 245 

, Susanna, 432 

Haman (or Hamun), John, igi, 

192 

, Joseph, 185 

, Mathew, 179 

, see Hayman 

Hamar, see Hamor 
Hamblen, Mathew, 67 
Hamblin, Widow, 455 
Hamdy (or Hamey), Richard, 

no 
Hamer, see Haraor 
Hamerly, see Hammerly 



Hames, Clement, 136 

Richard, 143, see 



Hamis 

, Tho., 41 

(or Haines), Tho., 128 

( ), WiUiam, 

180 
Hamey (or Hamdy), Richard, 

no 
Hamias, Moses, 449 
Hamilton, Adam, 374 
, James, Marquis of, 

160 
Hamis, Richard, 141, see Hames 
Hamlin, Giles, 360 
Hammerly, Martha, 469 
Hamock, Allin, 120 
Hamon, Mathew, 235 
Hamond (or Hammond) 

, Christopher, 121 

, Daniell, 86 

, EUzabeth, 67, 279 

, John, 41, 279 

Sarah, 279 



Hamor, Hamar, Hamer, Ha- 

mors 

, Elizabeth, 223 

, Mrs., 174 

-. Raphe, 174, 223, 236, 

271, 272 
Hampton, Joane, 253, 261 

, John, 84, 183 

, Mrs. 184 

, William, 253, 261 

Hamun (or Haman), John, 191, 

192, see Hayman 
Hanbury, Daniell, 48 

■, Nicholas, 480 



Hancock, Alexander, 378 

, John, 137, 443 

■, Tho., 121 



Hand, Tho., 124 

, Winnifred, 64 

Handcleare, Beuiamine, 

243 
Handley, Robert, 112 
Hands, Richard, 41 
Handy, Elizabeth, 466 

, John, 4SS, 466 

, Samuell, in 



Hanes (or Haues), Luke, 120 
Haney, John, 261 
Hanford, Eglin, 56 

, Eliz., 56 

Margaret, 56 



Hanger, Phillip, 377 
Richard, 303 



Hanie, Elizabeth, 262 

(or Haine), John, 184 

Haning, Wm., 142 



Hankworth (or Haukworth), 

Nathaniell, 243 
Hanmer, George, 86 
., Tho., 128 



Hanmerry, Nicholas, 479 
Hannah, Andrew, 379 

■ — , George, 164, 167, 446 

, James, 167 

Hannay, George, 163* 343 
Hannis, Richard, 141 
Hanson, Ann, 489 

, Francis, 489 

, John, 489 

, Rebecca, 491 

■, Robert, 491 

-, Samuell, 454, 462 



Hanway, George, 1 65* 
Harbert, Edward, 480 

, Jo., 91 

Wm., 102 



Harbin, AUexander, 439 
Joseph, 439 



Harbynn, Peter, 127 
Harcombe (or Hercombe), 

John, 319, 319*, 323 
Hardcastell, Mathew, 252 
Hardeman (or Hardiman), 

John, 326, 330 
Harding, Christopher, 190, 269 

, Edward, 437, 455 

, Eliz., 73 

, Francis, 421, 454 

Henry, 461, 466, 479, 



49S 



404 



, Hugh, 307 

. John, 350, 374, 394, 



-, Katharine, 421 

-, Margery, 71 

-, Mary, 421"'' 

-, Nathanael, 466 

-, Sara, 133 

-, Thomas, 182 

-, Wm., 133, 439, 446 



Hardiss, Joan, 102 
Hardisse, William, 102 
Harden, John, 121 
Hardwick, Francis, 453 
Hardy, Joseph, 357, 35S, 374, 

394. 404 

, Robert, 73 

Hare, Bryan, 124 

. Elvy, 490 

, George, 490 

, John, 437, 4SS 

, Mary, 437 

, Sarah, 490 

, Suzan, 125 

Harecourt, Robert, 156 
Harefinch, Wm., 104 



INDEX. 



S39 



Hargrave, Richard, 35 
Hargraves, Allis, 479 
Hargrove, William, 493 
Harison, see Harrison 
Harkei-, John, 378 
Harkwood, Jo., 133 
Harlakenden, Eliza, 100 

, Mable, 100 

, Roger, 100 

Harlow, Harlowe 

, Anthony, 17S 

, John, 82, 187, 250, 

468 

, Richard, 468 

Harlstone, Edward, 479 
Harman, Captain, 47 

, Charles, 264 

Eliis, 115 



, Francis, 109 

, Jo., 109 

, Richard, 37 

, Sara, 109 

, Tho., 43, 51 

, William, 462, 479 

Harper, George, 343, 440, 455 
Harries, Maryes, 152 
Harrington, Elias, III 
Harris, Adria, 203 

• , Alice, 113, 186 

, Anthony, 479, 491 

, Dorithe, 170 

, Edward, 377 

, Elinor (or Elinor), 

184, 243 

Elizabeth, 490 



, Geo., 64 

, Hannah, 431 

-, Henry, 297 

, John, 42, 82, 103, 170, 

252, 26S, 333, 338, 341, 359, 

454 

-, Lieut., 180 



, Lucy, 491 

, Mabell, 491, 494 

, Richard, 87, 128, 467, 

490 

, Robert, 36, 116, 142 

, Thomas, 170, 203 

, Walter, 149 

, William, 39, 70, 114, 

135, 186, 193, 462 

-, Zachariah, 479, 490, 



494 
Harrison, Abraham, 502 

, Ann, 186 

, Charls, 437 

, George, 269 

, Hugh, 104 

-, John, 39, 102 



-, Raphe, 19s 



Harrison, Richard, 96 

(Harison, or Harris- 



son), Robert, 138, 323, 331 
William, 106 



Harrowigg, Marie, 67 
Etarrwell, Tho., 143 
Harrwood, see Harwood 
Hart, Harte, Hartt 

, Captain, 176 

, Charity, 490 

, Cliri., 85 

-, Dorothy, 490 

, Edward, 479 

, Isacke, 291 

, Job, 490 

, John, 94, 108, 149, 430 

, Josias, 191 

, Mary, 108, 152 

, Robert, 85 

, Tho., 91, 128, 137 

, Walter, 479, 490 

, Wm., 102 

Hartey, John, 316 
Hartforde, Margi-ett, 47 
Hartlie, Christopher, 140 
Hartley, Jeremy, 71 

, William, 174, 180, 233 

Haruey, see Harvey 

Harvey, Harvye, Hai-vy, Harvie 

, Alexander, 122 

, Ann, 45 

, Grace, 435 

, Griffith, 373 

) Heni-y, 447 

, Sir John, i6o 

, John, 158, 440 

, Nicholas, 37 

, Richard, 45, 83 

, Samuell, 195 

, Thomas, 232, 416 

, William, 334, 33S, 341 

Harwood, Harrwood 
Ann, 423 



241 



— , Augustin, 105 

, Daniell, 455 

, Grace, 241 

— , John, 423 

— , Margarett, 151 

— , Mary, 423 

— , Paule, 187, 253 

— , Ralph, 40 

— , Richard, 329, 337 

— , Robert, 122 

Thomas, 120, 17S, 



-, William, iSl, 238 



Hasfell, Marie, 55 

, Martha, 55 

, Rachell, 55 

, Richard, 55 



Hasfell, Ruth, 55 
Sara, 55 



Hasell, John, 445 

, Peter, 378 

, William, 374 

■, see Hassell, Hazel 



Haselvvood, Elizabeth, 488, 494 

, Jane, 494 

, Richard, 4S8 

-, Thomas, 479, 488, 



494 

Haslewood, Walter, 237 
Hasley, John, 181, 238 
Hassard, Edward, 67, see 

Hazard 
Hassell, Benjamin, \\\ 

, Ralph, 454 

, Wm., 122 

■, sec Hasell, Hazel 



Hastings, Edward, 69 

, Susan, 280 

Thomas, 280 



Hatch, Rebecca, 187 
Thomas, 222 



Hatchet, Tho., 102 
Hatfeild, Hatfield, Hattfild 

, Joseph, 183, 260 

-, Wdliam, 172, 2x0 



Hathorn, Jo., 103 
Hathome, Tho., 47 
Hathoway, Jo,, 108 
Hathway, Samuell, 455 
•, Suzan, 96 



Hatrell, George, 135 
Hatterton, Jo., 80 
Hattfild, see Hatfeild 
Hatton, Ann, 430 

, Charles, 479 

, John, 248 

, Olive, 248 

— , Robert, 373 

, Thomas, 430 

Wm., 129 



Hanby, Richard, 39 
Haues (or Hanes), Luke, 120 
Haughtaine, Richard, 480 
Haughton (or Houghton), 
Epaphroditus, 165*, 166 

Gerrard, 298, see 



Hawton 

Hauiland, see Haviland 

Haukins, see Hawkins 

Haukom, see Hawlkom, &c. 

Haukseworth, Tho., 43, see 
Hawksworth 

Haukworth (or Hankworth), 
Nathaniell, 243, see Hawks- 
worth 

Haulkom, see Hawlkom 

Haulton, William, 279 

68—2 



540 



INDEX. 



Hausen (or Hawen), Samuell, 

479 
Havercamp, Francis, 126 
Haviland, Mathevv, 329, 444 

, Miles, 374 

Haward, Henry, 278_; 

, Hugh, 218 

, Susan, 218 

, see Hayward 

Haway, Thomas, 172 

Hawen (or Hausen), Samuell, 

479 
Hawes, Ann, 131 

, Anna, 131 

, Obediah, 131 

, Reginoll, 37 

, Richard, 13 1 

Hawker, Timothy, 334, 338, 341 
Hawlces, Ellin, 117 

, Mary, 117 

, Wm., 124 

Hawkins, Abraham, 424 

, Andrew, 443 

, Clement, 74 

. Geo., 83 

, James, 125 

, Job, 56 

, Maiy, 424 

, Richard, 59 

-, Thomas, 180, 234, 



424 



-, William, 151 
-, see Hawkynns 



Hawksvvorth, John, 454, 455, 
4S9 

, William, 469 

, see Haukworth 

Hawkynns, Marie, 58 

■ , Robert, 58 

, see Hawkins 

Hawley, Geo., 120 

, Henry, 126, 160, 426, 



434 



, Jane, 426 



Hawlkom (Haulkom, Haul- 
kon, Haukom, or Holcombe), 
Andrew, 319, 319*, 323 

Hawton, Gerard, 374, see 
Haughton 

Haxley, Robert, 64 

Hay, Daniell de La, 297 

, John De La, 296 

, Peter, 160 

Hayem, Abraham, 373 

Hayes, Jane, 490 

, Martin, 402, 444 

, Thomas, 479, 490 

, see Haies 

Hayley, Anthony, 435, see 
Haly, Haley, Heylei 



Hayman, Nathan, 400, 404, 

414 

, William, 39 

Hayman, see Haman 
Hayne, Haynes 

, John, 318*, 319*, 324 

, Michell, 119 

, WUliam, 318*, 319*, 

322, 333. 337. 340 

, see Haine, Haines 

Hayse, Thomas, 331 
Hayte, Robert, 470 
Hayward, John, 470 

, William, 70 

see Hav;ard, Hae- 



ward, &c, 
Haywood, John, 331, 446, 479 

, Widow, 447 

see Hey wood 



[?Harard], Heniy, iS 

, Joane, 188 

, John, 188, 248 

■, see Hassard 



Hazell, Toby, 64, see Plasell, 

Hassell 
Healy, Wm., 375, see Hely 
Hearst, Wm., 455 
Heath, Elizabeth, 130 

, Isack, 130 

, Martha, 130 

, Robert, 135 

, Thomas, 121 

William, 150 



Heathfeild (or Heatchfeild), 

John, 318*, 319", 323 
Heaton, John, 446 
Hebbs, Thomas, 175 
Hebden, Tho., 37 
Heck, Katherin Van, loi 

, OUiver Van, loi 

, Peter Van, loi 

Hecthroi^ (or Plectrop), Wm., 

347. 455 
Hedges, Francis, 87 

Robert, 1 74, 240 



Hedley, Hedly 

, Edward, 86 

, Michell, 124 

Tho., 86 



Hedsall, Thomas, 54 
Heed, Robert, 84 
Heelis, Geo., 134 
Heford, Nathan, 45 
-, Roger, 242 



Heiden, Henry, ill, see Hai- 

den, Heydon 
Helawe. Wm., Si 
Helcott, Thomas, 177, 265 
Hclin (Hellin, Helline, or He- 

lyn), John, 176, 181, 313* 



Hellier, see Hellyer 
Hellin, &c., see Helin 
Hellue, Robert, 193 
Hellyer (tfellier or Hillier), 

Robert, 327, 329 
( ), Thomas, 327, 

329 
Helmes, John, 376 

, Thomas, 502 

Hely, John, 171, 210 

, Mathew, 81 

, see Healy 

Helyn, see Helin 

Heniing \i,e.. Hemming], Jo., 

122 
Henderson, Francis, 479 

, Wm., 472 

Hendly, Daniell, 374 

, Eliz-, 374 

Hendry, Jo., 123 
Hendy, Richard, 434 
Henley, Edward, 324 
Henly, Ralph, 429 
Henman, Jo., 134 
Henry, 1 84, 188 

, Anna, 431 

, Anthony, 431 

, Wm., 86 

Henson, Phillipp, 52 
Henton, Elias, 236 
Henwood, Ann, 434 

Thomas, 434 



Hepworth, Joseph, 41 
Herbert, Elisabeth, 424 

, Charles, 162* 

, Henry, 378 

, William, 424 

Hercombe (or Harcombe), 

John, 319, 319*, 323 
Hereford, Peter, 184 
Hernden, Tho., 134 
Hero, Oble, 261 
Heron, John, 105, 140 
Herrick, Isaac, 373 
Herring, Jo., 75 
Herringman, William, 479 
Herrott, Edward, 137 
Hersey, Richard, 95 
Heslerton, Thomas, 445 
Heth, Jo., 132 

Hetherington, Ivatherine, 374 
Hethersall, Thomas, 1S8, 

272 
Hethersell (or Hethersall), 

John, 330, 338, 343 
Hewbrayne, John, 154 
Hewes, John, 502 

, Thomas, 254 

, see Hughes, Hughs, 

Hues 



INDEX. 



S4I 



Hewitt, Robert, 446, 471, see 

Hiiett 
Heydoii, J., 303, see Haiden, 

Heiclen 
Heylei, Richard, 43, see Haley, 

Hayley 
Haywood, John, 374, see Hay- 
wood 
Hibbins, James, 63 
Hibbott's, Katherin, 96 
Hichcocke, Kilibett, 173 

, Thomas, 177, 189 

, William, i8l 

, see Hitchcock 

HickcomlDottom, Jo., 36, see 

Higginbotham 
Hickey, Wm., 104 
Hickles, Jane, 143 
Hickman, Charity, 493 

, Richard, 493 

, Walter, 493 

Hickmore, Mr., 174 
Hicmott, James, 224 
Plide, James, 81 

, Richard, 125 

, see Hyde 

Higges, Miles, 306 
"ligginbotham, Johi 

see Hickcombottam 
Higgins, Elizabeth, 185 

, John, 39, 206 

Higginson, Ann, 124 

, Humfrey, 124 

, Margaret, 502 

Higgison, Henry, 375 
Higley, John, 374 
Hilgrove, Alexander, 429 
HilU, John, 378 
Hilman, see Hillman 
Hill, Edward, 186, 257, 273 

, Elizabeth, 152, 1S6, 252 

, Frances, 1S7 

■ , Francis, 260 

, George, 94, 426 

, Hanna, 1S6 

, Henry, 85, 295 

, Jane, 207 

, Joan, 134 

, John, 37, 39, 74, 80, 122, 

126, 138, 186,249, 377.455. 

497. 502 

(or Gill), John, 319* 

, Katherin, 64 

, Marmaduke, 207 

, Robert, 106 

, Thomas, 187 

, William, 107, 149, 152, 

186 

, see Hills 

Hilliard, Charles, 35 



Hilliard, Gregory, 195 

, John, 81, 140, 195 

, Wm., 77 



Hillier, see Hellyer 
Hillman, EUner, 98 
(or Hilman), James, 

333. 337. 340 
Hills, Ismale, 188 

. Rose, 123 

, see Hill 

Hilton, Alice, 71 

, Hugh, 128, 170, 203 

, Tho., 307 

Hinch, John, 489 

, Margery, 489 

, William, 4S9 

Hinde, Margare!, 105 

. — , William, 104 

, see Hynd 

Hindsley, Wm., 123 
Hine, Robert, 47 1 
Hingle, James, 112 
Hinkynn, Wm., 141 
Hinshawe, Wm., 125 
Hinson, Jo., 128 
Hinton, ElUas, 179 

, John, 1 75 

, see Hynton 

Hippsley, Jo., 135 
Hitchcock, Hitchcocke 
, Captain, 195 

. John, 319*. 324 

, Mathew, 59 

, Tho., 104 

, Wm., 79 

Hichcock, Hitc- 



kock 

Hitchcott, John, 318* [? Hitch- 
cock] 
Hitchy, John, 228 
Hitckock, Alice, 237 

, Thomas, 237 

, j-ff Hichcock, Hitch- 



cock, cl'C. 
Hitcr, George, 40 
Hoare, Edward, 319* 
, Richard, 318* 



319 



(or Hoar), Thomas, 



326, 330 

see Hore 



Hobbs, Hobs, Hobes 

, Elizabeth, 378 

, Humility, 426 

, Ohver, 318*, 



319* 



, Robert, 140 

, Roger, 326, 331 

, Tho., 69, 113 

Hobcraft, Elinor, 421 



Hobcraft, John, 421 
Lovel, 421 



Hobes, see Hobbs 

Hobin, Tho., 139 

Hoble, John, 2S6 

Hoblyn (or Holbin), Christo- 
pher, 316*, 317, 342 

Hobs, see Hobbs 

Hobson, Edward, 104, 169, 
201 

, John, 121 

, Nicholas, 41 

, Thomas, 169, 268 

Hocksley, John, 152 

Hoddins, jo., Si 

Hodges, Christopher, 429 

■ — , Elizabeth, 177, 220 

. Jo-. 36, 54. 104. 193 

, Jone, 429 

, Mr., 50 

, Roger, 86 

Tho., 81 



Hodgskines, Hodgskins, Hod- 
skyns, Hodskynns 

, Antonio, 124 

, Edward, 120 

— - — — — , Henrie, 135 

, Jesper, 125 

, Margrett, 264 

•, Nicholas, 264 



— , Temperance, ; 

Hodgson, ^\'illiam, 39 
Hodson, Tho., 137 
Hoeman, Elizabeth, liS 

, \\'m., 89 

, Winifrid, 89 

Hog, Thomas, 429, see Hogg 
Hogdon, Isaac, 434 
II°gg' J°-. '29, 142, see Hog 
Hoggin, Dennis, m 
Hogman, Elizabeth, 479 
Holbin (or Floblyn), Christo- 
pher, 316*, 317, 342 
Flolbrooke, Anne, 2S5 

, Elizabeth, 2S5 

, Jane, 2S5 

, "John, 285 

, Thomas, 2S5 

Holburd, Walter, 64 
Holcombe, see Ha^^■lkom, &.Q. 
tlolder, John, 336 

. . Junr., 502 

, Meletiah, 502 

, Nicholas, 479 

, Wm., 336 

, see Floulder 

Floldip, Frances, 423, 460 

Hilliard, 362, 375, 



423 



-, Jolin, 423, 460 



S42 



INDEX. 



Holdred, Wm., 53 

Holdsworth, Avther, 378 

, Gilbert, 71 

, Jo., 109 

Hole, Robert, 446 

Holeman, Roger, 379 

, Thomas, 324 

Hollam, Robert, 202 

Holland, Abram, 139 

, Ann, 123 

, Gabiiell, i6g, 228 

— — , Henry, Earl of, 159, 
160 

, John, 38 

, Martha, 105 

, Rebecca, 228 

, Robert, 38 

, Thomas, 96 

, Wm., no 

Hollard, Angell, 285 

, Kalheryn, 285 

, Thomas, 373, 441 

Holliday, Mary, 375, see Hol- 

lyday 
HoUidge, Roger, 102 
Hollingworth, Wm., 108, see 

Hallingworth 
Hollin, John, 427 
HolUnbrigg, Edward, 120 
HoUinby, Richard, 52 
HoUinsworth, Ralph, 455] 
HoUis, Edith, 171 

, Nice, 51 

Holloway, Edmond, 70 

, Eedie, 113 

-, Elizabeth, 123 



Holmes, Susanna, 495 
Thomas, 297 



Holsey, Richard, 376 
Holt, Humfrey, 132 

. Joseph, 379 

, Randall, 221 

, Rowland, 375 

, Wm., 85 

Holton, Bartholmew, gj 
Home, John, 265 
Homer, Roger, 353, 360, 361, 
369. 382, 385, 408, 412, 417 
Homes, Margaret, 123 
, Thomas, 290 



Horribynn, Richard, 80 
Horrock's, Tho., 126 
Horsham, Dorcas, 68 

, Edward, 67 

•, Elizabeth, 67 



Horswood, Sarah, 460 
Horton, John, 431 
, Robert, 427 



, Hannah, 304 

, Jo-! 72 

, Richard, 373 

Hollowell, John, 468 
Holly, Eliza., 93 
HoUyday, ^^'m., 441, see Hol- 
liday 
Holman, James, 467 

, Jane 429 

, John, 467 

, Robert, 429 

Holmar, Edward, 150 
Holme, Robert, 38 
Holmes, Alice, 180 

, Captain, 175 

Henry, 41, 479, 495, 



Honriiborn, Robert, I02 
Hoode, Ralph, 242 
Hooe, Ryce, 96 
Hook, Wm., 376 
Hooke, Beniamin, 105 
Hooker, John, 497, 498, 499, 
502 

, Ralph, 498 

-, Thomas, 173 



Hookham, Olliver, 74 
Hooks, John, 192 
Hooper, Crispine, 479 

, Christopher, 455 

, Daniell, 377, 480 

, John, 319 



— , Jonathan, 479 
-, Robert, 462 
Wm., 86, 107 



Horwood, James, 42 ' 

Hosier, , 192, 196 

Hoskins, Hoskyns 

, Bartholmew, 121, 274 

, Sir John, 167 

, Katharin, 42S 

, Mrs., 446 

, Nichola.?, 189 

-, Robert, 467 



Hopcroft, John, 416, 443 
Hopeking.s, Samuell, 502, see 

Hopkins 
Hopes, Hem-y, ng 
Hopkicke, William, 134 
Hopkins, Aunis, 117 

Barthelmevv, 183 



-, Richard, 121 
-, see Hopekings 



496 



494 



, James, 479, 4g2 
John, 51, 47g, 492, 



Mary, 492 
-, Matiiew, III 
-, Richard, 40 
-, Samuell, 83 



Hopkinson, Michell, 36 
Hoppine, Mary, 152 
Hopson, Thomas, 233 
Hopwood, Jo., 63 
Hordesnell, Henry, 164* 
Hore, Richard, 37, see Hoare 
Horn, Jlary, 428 
Home, Gustavus Adolphus, 

377 

, Henry, 179 

Jo., 103 



Hosmer, Hossmer 

, Ann, 54 

, James, 54 

, Marie, 54 

Hoten, Marger-y, 378 

Hough, William, 377, 480 

Houghton, Chri., 83 

(or Haughton), 

Epaphroditus, 166, 165* 

, John, 89 

, Wm., 65 

Houlder, John, 469, see Hol- 
der 

Houlding, Just, 279 

, Richard, 279 

Housfeild, John, 502 

How, Eliz'., 376 

, John, 189, 330 

. Tho., 379 

, see Howe 

Howard, Francis, Lord, 163*, 
164, 165* 

, John, 258, 360, 372, 

417 



-, Richard, 141 



Horner, James, 125 

, Thomas, 193, 445 



Honiiokl, Horniolde 

, Katherine, 494 

, William, 479, 494 

Hornn, Richard, 179 
Hornvvood, Jo., 121 j 



Mabell, 4S8 

, Mary, 488 

, Sir Philip, 163* 

, William, 119, 4S8 

Howe, Edward, 131, 143 

, Elizabeth, 131 

, Ephraim, 131 

, Isack, 131 

, Jeremie, 131 

, Rice, 206 

, Sara, 131 

, Wm., 131 

-. , see How 

Howell, Andrew, 175, 226 

, Arthur, 35 

[? ], Guy, 454 

, James, 190 

, John, 177 

, Richard, 454 



INDEX. 



S43 



Howell, Sarah, 375 

, Tho., 125 

Howes, Marie, 67 

, Richard, 428 

Howfjate, Jo., 120 

Hewlett, Randall, 174 

, William, 191 

Hownesfield, John, 140 

Howse, Jo., 74 

Howseman, Richard, 73 

, Wra., 51 

Howson, Ellin, 42 

, Peter, 42 

Huatt (orHutt), Nathanill, 271 

Hubbard, George, 132, 303 

, James, 80 

, John, 68, 106, 303 

, Judith, 106 

, Marie, 130 

, Maiy, 107, 108 

, Martha, 107 

, Nathaniel, 107 

, Richard, 81, 107 

, Samuell, 86 

, Tho., 41, 58 

, Wm,, 58, 68, 106 

Hubbart (or Hubbert), Ed- 
ward, 394 

, George, 308 

, John, 312 

Hubberstead, Edward, 217 

Hubbert (or Hubbart), Ed- 
ward, 350, 394 

Huchens, John, 145, see Hutcli- 
ins 

Huchinson, John, 300, see 
Hutchinson 

Hucker, Walter, 316* 

tluclde, Wm., 73 

Hudlice, John, 296 

Hudley, Grissel, 48S 

, Mary, 488 

, Timothy, 4SS 

Hudson, Chri., 109 

, Edward, 174, I So, 266 

, Eliz., 62 

, Francis, 127 

, Hanna, 62 

John, 62, 442, 445, 



498 



399 



Marie, 62 
- Ralph, 62, 84 
-, Richard, 122 
-, Robert, 173, 213 
-, Suzan, 38 
, Thomas, 139, 357, 3S7, 

-, Wm., 37, 102 



Hues, Hugh, 181, see Hewes, 
Hughs, &c. 



Huett, Ambrose, 51, see Hew- 

ett 
Huff, Francis, 252 
Hugens, see Hutchins 
Huges, Thomas, i85 
Huggins, Nico., 137 " 
Hugheus, see Hutchins 
Hughes, Charles, 137 

, Edward, 109 

, Griffith, 125 

, John, 40, 80 

, Lewes, 74 

, Owen, 84 

, Richard, 35, 104, 143 

, William, 105 

, see Hewes, Hues, 

Flughs 
Hughinis, Pattrick, 479 
Hughs, Andrew, 377 

, Ann, 238 

, Elizabeth, 493 

, Hugh, 238 

, John, 425 

, Richard, 428 

, Thomas, 493 

, see Hewes, Hues, 

Hughes 
Hughson, Elizabeth, 113 
Huies, Edward, 192 
Hulett, Wm., 137 
Hull, Jefferey, 236 

, Katherin, 130 

Hulls, Andrew, 13® 
Humfrey, Jo., 112, 140 
Humfrie, Aymie, 116 
Humphryes, Edward, 479 
Hunckes, Heniy, 160 
Huncote, Wm., 113 
Hundley, Godfrey, IIJ 
Hunking, Marke, 352, 380 
Hunt, Abraham, 319, 319*, 

324 

, Dennis, 376 

, Edward, 103 

, Elisabeth, 430 

, Job, 316*, 318, 343 

— -, John, 124, 377 

, Leonard, 81 

, Luke, 379 

, Ralph, 115 

, Wm., 137, 138 

, see Huntt 

Hunter, Christian, 108 

, Eliz., 108 

, Francis, 85 

— , John, 190, 446, 448 

, Thomas, 108, 257 

, Wm., 108 

I Huntley, Margaret, 37 
1 Huntt, Edward, 446, 455 



Huntt, Symon, 454 

, see Hunt 

Hurles, Eliza., 375 

Hurlestone (or Hurlestons), 
John, 270, 273, see Hurl- 
stone 

Hurlie, Darby, Si 

Hurlock, C. John, 427 

, Tho., in 

Hurlow, Daniell, 455 

Hurlstone, Edward, 344, see 
Hurlestone 

Hurst, George, 469 

, Tobias, 256 

, Wm., 376 

Hurt, John, 304, 306 

— -, Richard, 86 

, Robert, 140 

, Toby, 186 

Husband, Mary, 105 

Husbants, Samuell, 463 

Husse, Hussey, Hussy, Hussye 

, Joseph, 431 

, Lawrence, 333, 



340 



338. 



Mr., 194 
Robert, 218, 444 



Huste, Robert, 286 
Huswith, David, 85 
Hutchins, Anthony, 139 

(or Hugens), John, 



303, 327, 329, 331 
(or Hughens), 

Mathew, 326, 331 

, NeviU, 40 

, Robert, 273 

, Widow, 469 

(or Hutchings), 

William, 334, 335, 341 
■ Huchens 



Hutchinson, Clement, 70 

> Jo., 37, I2^> 454 

, Jonathan, 447 

, Michell, 127 

, Robert, 177 

, William, 185, 244 

-, see Huchinson 



Hutley, Richard, 180 
Hutt(or Huatt), Nathanill, 271 

, Robert, 79 

Hutton, Elizabeth, 186 

, Francis, 116 

, John, 109, 186, 439 

, OUiver, 439, 479 

Wm. , 36 



Hyatt, Samuell, 455 
Hyde, Edward, 168* 

, Henry, 479 

, Robert, 317, 320, 32S, 

341 



544 



INDEX. 



Hyde, sa Hide 

Hye, John, 136 

Hyet, Tho., 36 

Hynd, Jo., 52, see Hinde 

Hynton, Wm., S3, S4, j-t-fHiii- 

ton 
Hy^vood, Tho., 51 

IBOTSON, Ibottson, Ibbison 

, Ann, i85 

Elizabeth, 1S6, 



254 



Persivall, 1 86, 



254, 272 
ILira, Richard, 480 
lies, Henry, 39 
lUett, Jonadab, 18S 
Inchiquin, William, Earl of, i56 
Ingleby (Ingkbee, or Inglebe), 

John, 349, 361, 406, 415 

, Nicholas, 381 

Ingles, see Bloxam 

Inglish, Marj', 75, see English 

Ingram, Edward, 108 

Inman, John, 250 

Innis, James, 499 

Ipsley, John, 466 

Ireland, Alexander, 489 

, Ann (or Anne), 489, 

494 

, Charles, 494 

, Marie, 65 

, Martha, 65 

, Samuell, 65 

, Thomas, 133, 4S0, 489, 

494 
Ireson, Edward, 93 

, Elizabeth, 93 

Irish, George, 381 

, Henrie, 36 

, Tho., 63, 142 

Ironmonger, Thomas, 212 
Isaache, Rebecca, 281 
Isabell (Negress), 244 
Isgraue \i.c,, Isgrave], John, 

175 
Isham, Robert, 120 
Ison, Edward, 103 
Israeli, David, 449 

, Judith, 450 

Issabclla (Negress), 185 
[?Ives] Jues, Charles, 442 

(or Joes), Wm., 13 1 

Iveson, Richard, 75, 134 
, The, 51 

JACCSON, George, 379 

, James, 3S1 

■ . Wm., 379 

, jtv Jacsou 



Jacckson, sec Jackson 
Jack, John, 135 
Jackraan, John, 325 

■ , Saloman, 217 

Jackson, Ann, 116, 239 

, Barnard, 173, 209 

, Charles, 71 

, Elizabeth, 37 

, Ephraim, 175 

, Henry, 58, 79 

, James, 51 

, Jei-., 367 

John, 75, 76, 100, 108, 



175, 181, 183, 187, 225, 229, 

239. 257 

, Launcelot, 96 

, Margaret, 108 

, Mary, 427 

, Nico., 112 

, Richard, 39 

, .Saniiiell, 117, 136 

, Tho., 137 

, Walter, 217 

, Widow, 181 

, William, 41, 104, 140, 



192, ig 



jt'i? Jaccson, Jacson 



Jacob, llenrj', 104 

, John, 380 

Jacobs, Henry, 443 
, Wm., 445 



Jacobsone, Aron, 507 
, John, 507 



Jacson, Christopher, 447, 455 

, Jeremiah, 413 

, jiTj Jaccson, Jackson 

Jago, Walter, 41 . 
Jakes, Dorothy, 116 

, Jo., Ill 

Jakins, James, 191 
James, , 437 

, Lewes, 125 

, Richard, 125, 126, 3S2 

, Robert, 127 

, Roger, 136 

, Thomas, 36, 134, 427 

, Ursula, 126 

, William, 79, 126, 150, 

3S1 

(a Frenchman), 1S2 

. (an Irishman), 194 

, called the Piper, 188 

Jane, , 437 

Janes, Jane, 424 

" , John, 424 

, Thomas, 424 

Jarman, Precilla, 77 
Jarmin, Symon, 379 
Jarratt (or Terratt), Samuell, 

268 



Jarret, Anna, 491 

, Mary, 491 

, Peter, 491 

(or Jerratt), William, 269 

Jarvice, Francis, 115 

, alias Glover, John, 

181 
Jay, Sir Thomas, 43 

, Thomas, 137 

Jeames, Mai-garett, 480 

Jeenes, Henry, 471 

Jefferie, Jefferies, Jeffereys, Jef- 

ferres, Jefferyes, Jeffery, Jef- 

ferys, Jeffreyes, Jeffreys, Jcf- 

frys, Jeofferies 

, Andrew, 35 

— , Edward, 132 

, Edmond, 445 

, Elisabeth, 77, 437 

, Goodwife, 229 

, Herbert, 162* 

, Job, 112 • 

, John, 191, 192, 455 

, Marie, 77 

, Mary, 77 

, Nathaniell, 175,225 

, Peter, 348, 415 

, Rice, 367, 403 

, Robert, 77 

, Stephen, 316^ 

, Tho., 77, 112 

Jefferson, John, 183, 226, 271 

Jeffords, Eliz., 503 

Jellfes, Bonaventure, 465, 468 

, Samuel, 465, 468 

, j(?<!jelph's 

Jelly, L.-Col., 438 

, Maiy, 421 

, Richard, 421 

, Thomas, 421, 455 

Jelph, James, 492, 495 

, John, 480, 492, 495 

, Mary, 492 

, j-ir Jellfes 

Jelson, Joell, 381 

Jemmot (or jemot), John, 460, 

465 
Jefiings, see J ennings 
Jeukin, Jnane, 260 

, Oliver, 260 

, sec Jinkines, Jenkins, 

Jenkynns 
Jenkins, Edmond, 122 

, Elizabeth, 131 

, Jane, 382 

, John, 182 

Jone, 1 86 



, Owen, 381 

, Maiy, iS6 

, Morgan, 139 



INDEX. 



S4S 



Jenkins, sec Jenkiii, Jinkines, 

Jenkynn^ 
Jenkiiibon, Fra., 109 

, Oliver, 186 

, Robert, loi 

Jenkynn, Jo., 107 1 see 
Jenkyuns, Tho., 39 VJenkin, 
Jenkyns, \Y alter, 137 ) &c. 
Jennicom, Tho., 87 
Jennings, Henry, 87 

, Jane, 129 

, John, 141, 402 

, Michaell, 3S2 

, Mathew, 192 

, Nicholas, 279 

, PhillipiJ, 51 

, Richard, 133 

, Sara, 133 

, William, 3S2 

■ , itwjennins, Jennyiigs 

Jennins, Anne, 465 

■ — , Matthew, 465 

, Richard, 303 

, see Jennings, Jennyngs 

Jennions, Tho., 122 
Jennison, AUex, 455 

, Henry, 425 

Jennor, Jenor, Jenoiir, Jenoiix 
, Anthony, 370, 379, 

3S2, 398, 409 

, Kdward, 38 

-, Thomas, 36S, 404 



Jennoway, Suzan, 127 
Jennyngs (or Jenyngs), Rich- 
ard, 307. 310 
Jephson, John, 470 
Jermayne, Thomas, 152 
Jcrnew, liliz., I20 

. , Joan, 120 

, Nicholas, 1 20 

Jerratt, see Jarratt, Jarret 
Jesop, Walter, 283 
Jesope, , 283 

Jesopp, Tho.-, 36 
Jeune, Gregoire le, 198 
Jewell, Christopher, 317*, 

319*. 323 

, Tho., 53 

, Walter, 96 

Jewson, Elizabeth, 490 
Jinkines, AUexander, 252 

, Joane, .252 

, Oliver, 252 

, jft' Jenldn, Jenkins, &c. 

Jipson, Sarah, 3S0 
jiro(aNegro), 179 
Jn''son, Jtr Johnson 
Jo., jtr John 
Joane [? Medcalfe], 258 
Joanes, Richard, 286 



Joanes, Thomas, 295 
jrt" Jones, &c. 



IJI 



191 



Jobe, Joan, 96 
Joes (or Ives), Wm, 
John, , l83, IS 

, (Irishman), 194 

, Morgan, 3S2 

, (Negro), 86, 172 

Johnes, David, 38 

, Hugh, 74 

, Jo., 49 

, Oliver, 135 

, .Sara, 150 

, jft' Jones, Joanes, &c, 

Johns, PhilUpp, 1 1 1 
Johnson, AV)ram, 38 

, Alice, 127, 424 



, Ann, 228 

, Archibald, 342 

, Bridget, 424 

, Edmond, 107 

, Edward, 41, 126, 183, 

258 

, Eliza., 108, 127 

, George, 102 

, Hainond, 304 

, Henrie, 137 

, James, 136 

, John, 40, 60, 79, 108, 

112, 113, 115, 133, 138, 178, 
22S, 271, 319, 327, 329, 330, 
365, 379, 380, 387, 399, 436, 
440, 442, 455, 503 

, Joseph, 181, 231 

, Major, 338 

, Margaret, 1 16, 231 

, Mary, 127 

, Su- Nathaniel, 164* 

-, Nathaniell, 380, 382 



, Teter, 94 

, Richard, 94, 171, 210 

, Robert, 52, 127 

, Sarah, 436 

■, Suzan, 42, loS 



, Thomas, 96, 102, loS, 

119, 130, 424 

, Widow, 183 [376 

-, William, 116, 153,348, 



Johnston, Anne, 469 

, Archibald, 469 

, Thomas, 472 

Joliffe, John, 319 
Jolly, Mary, 126 
Jonas, James, 431 
Jones, Alice, 107 

, Amey, 431 

, Anthony, 171, 222, 4S0 

, Bartholomew, 429 

, Benjamin, 431, 446 

, Chadwallader, 230 



Jones, Charles, 88, 163, 164 

, Daniell, 448 

, Davie, 138 

, David, 86, 214 

, Edith, 75 

, Edmond, 126 

, Edward, 38, 140, 168, 236 

, Elizabeth, 106, 129, 218, 

3S1, 467, 490 

, Ellin, 36, 92 

, Evan, 80 

, Giles, 272 

, George, 194 

, Grace, 105 

, Griffin, 84 

, Hector, 383 

, Henry, 233, 468 

, Hester, 92 

, Isack, 92 

, John, 59, 64, 98, 103, 

106, 112, 121, 124, 140, 192, 

380, 426, 434, 507 

, Joseph, 342 

, Katherin, 118 

, Lewes, 135 

, Margrett, 219 

, Marie, 71 

, Mary, 93, 311, 490 

, Maudlin, no 

, Morgan, 74 

, Morricc, 140 

, Morris, 84 

, Peter, 140, 217 

, Phillip, loi, 194 

, Rabecca, 106 

, Rebeccah, 439 

, Richard, 38, 83, 1 1 6, 

185, 190, 380 
, Robert, 64, 135, 380, 

480, 490 

, Roger, 425 

, Ruth, 106 

, Samuell, 381, 429, 434 

, Sara, 92, 106 

, Symon, loi 

, Tedder, 129 

, Theoder, 187 

, Theophilus, io5 

, Thomas, 40, 86, 92, 169, 

177, 182, 219, 220 
, Walter, 73 

, William, 84, 137, 157, 

178, 191, 195, 217, 311,382, 
498 

, see Joanes, Johnes, 

Joones 
Joones, Elizabeth, 255 

, Sara, 255 

, Theodore, 246 

, sec Jones, Joanes, &c. 



69 



546 



INDEX. 



Jope, Wm., Ii8 

Jordan, Edward, 469, see^avx- 
den 

, James, 382 

, Margery, 171 

, Margrett, 210 

, Mary, 171, 210 

, Samuell, 269 

, Sisley, 171, 209 

, Thomas, 177 

, Wm., 380, 445 

Jorden, Joane, gi 

, Peter, 169, 20i 

— , Thomas, 219 

Jornall, John, 185, 246 

Jostlin, Dorothy, 55 

, Eliza, 55 

, Mary, 55 

, Nathaniel!, 55 

, Rebecca, 55 

, Tho., 55 

Jourden, Edward, 342, see Jor- 
dan 

Joy, Edmund, 426 

, William, 182 

Joyce, Henery, 145 

, William, 261 

Joyner, Jo., 52 

, Tho., 132 

Judd, Harbert, 103 

Jues (or Ives), Charles, 442 

Juiman, John, 187 

Julian, Robert, 227 

, Sara, 185, 247 

, William, 185, 247, 

273 
Jumrey, see Pomre, &c. 
Justin (or Justine) Humphry, 

(&c.) 316*, 317, 342 

KALLAHANE, Charles, 355, 

356, 359. 361, 373. 378. 379. 

382, 386, 391, 409, 416, 417 
Kamplinn, see Kemplin 
Kanniday, Ann, 422 

, Mary, 422 

, Thomas, 422 

Kanty, Darby, 503 
Karsewell, William, 123 
Karvis, Jaire, 435 

, Henry, 435 

Kay, see Mac Kay 

Keal, Keale, Keel, Keele, 

Kerle 

, George, 333, 335, 341 

, John, 335, 339, 340 

Kean, Alice, 178, 228 
Keatch (or Keech), Richard, 

326, 330 
Kedby, Tho., 138 



Keech, see Keatch 

Keel, see Keal 

Keele, Edward, 46, see Keal 

Keie, Sarah, 214 

, Thomas, 214 

, see Key 

Keith, Elizabeth, 508 

-, Heniy, 383 

, James, 508 

, see Ketli 

Kelly, Ann, 489 

, Brian, 122 

, David, 480 

, Robert, 343, 503 

Kelley, Humphrey, 434 

, John, 430, 503 

Kellum, Richard, 115 
Kelsoll, Hemy, 471 
Kelum, Robert, 117 
Kemball, Elizabeth, 281, 282 

, Henery, 280, 2S2 

■ , John, 282 

, Martha, 2S2 

, Mary, 282 

, Richard, 280, 2S2 

— , Susan, 2S0, 282 

-, Thomas, 2S2 

, Ursula, 280 

Keraber, Robert, 240 
Kemp, Anthony, 218 

, Edward, 73 

, Humfrey, 133 

, Isack, 112 

, Margi-ett, 218 

, Mary, 497 

, Ralph, 497 

, Thomas, 497 

, William, 177, 185, 218, 

^247 

Kemplin (Kemplyn, Kamplinn, 
or Scaraplyn), John, 319, 

319*. 325 
Kendall, Henry, 129 

James, 165, 166, 326, 



328 



-, William, 480, 495 



Kendridd, William, 109 
Keninston, Thomas, 195 
Keniston, Allen, 218 

(or Kniston), Thomas, 



221 

Kenn, Mathew, 503 
Kenneday, Jo., 117 
, Symon, 36 



Kennedy, EUinor, 383 
•, John, 3S3 



Keunell, Samuell, 183, 25S 
Kenney, John, 488, 493, 496 
Kennyon, Geo., 85 
. Jo., 85 



Kent, Edward, 316, 318, 343 

, Humfry (&c.), 215, 268 

, Joane, 215 

, Jo., 129 

, Nico., 79 

, Peter, 317*, 3 '9*. 324 

Kentt, Humry, 455 
Kerbie, Jo., 130 (j^^Kirbie, 
Kerby,Humfrey,75 \ Kirby 
Kerfitt, Thomas, 227 
KeriU, John, 193 
Kerle, see Keal 
Kersey, Thomas, 303 
Kersley, Henry, 184 
Robert, 36 



,229, 



Kerton, William, igi 
Keth, George, 248 

, John, 248 

(or Keyth), Mr., iS 

273 

, Susan, 229 

, sec Keith 

Kett, Robert, 38 
Kettell, Peter, 73 
Kevynn, Robert, 101 
Kew, Anne, 448 

, Nicholas, 383 

Key, John, 41, 141 

, WiUiam, 480 

Keyne, Ann, 107 

, Ben., 107 

, Robert, 107 

Keyser, see Keyzar 
Keysie, Lawrence, 143 
Keyth, see Keith, Keth 
Keyzar, Kezar, Keyser 

, George, 462, 465 

, Katherine, 492 

, Margaret, 465 

. Teague, 480, 492 

Kibe, Jo., 81 

Kid (or Kidd), Roger, 176, 

221 
Kiddall, Sara, 177 
Kidson, Mamiaduke, loi 
Kiffin, David, 122 
Kilborne, Dunston, 40 

, Elizabeth, 280 

, Francis [Frances], 66 

, Jo., 66 



, Lyddia, 66 

, Margaret, 66 

, Marie, 66 

, Thomas, 66, 280 

Kilby, Henry, 125 
Kildale, Edward, Z19 
Kildridge, William, 186 
Kilhammy, Patric, 426 
Kilin, John, 293 
Killinghall, Margaret, 132 



INDEX. 



547 



Killson, Thomas, 249 
Kimp, Michell, 73 
Kinderslie, Marie, 71 
King, AUiii, 116 

, Edward, iig, 129 

• , Henery, 238 

, John, 143, 324 

, Mary, 424 

, Richard, 71, 316, 317*, 

343. 480 

, Robert, 503 

, Siizan, 94 

, Thomas, 93, 128, 141, 

279, 282, 424 
, William, 51, 98, 137, 

383. 404 
Kinge, Dorothy, 285 

, Hanna, 285 

, Katheryn, 285 

, Percy, 61 

, Mary, 285 

, William, 285 

Kinghman, sec Kingman, John 
Kingman, Anne, 285 

, Edward, 284 

, Henry, 284 

, Joane, 284 

-, (or Kinghman), John, 



28s 



-, Thomas, 285 



Kingsland, Major, 495 

, Robert, 347, 393 

Kingsley, William, 234 
Kingsmeale, Mr., 178 

, Mrs., 178 

Kingsmell, Jane, 229 

, Mr., 230 

■ , Nathaniell, 229 

, Richard, 229, 230, 

271 

, Susan, 229 

Kingsmill, James, in 
Kingston, James, 140 

, John, 434 

, Phillis, 434 

Kinham, Alice, 2S5 

Kinnoul, William, Earl of, 

161* 
Kinsland, Nathaniell, 4S0 
Kinston, Thomas, 176 
Kinton, John, 190 
Kipps, Jean, 480 
Kirbie,Richard,H2 ) j^-i-Kerbie, 
Kirby, Henry, 434 \ Kerby 
Kirk, Chri., 124 

, Judith, 62 

Kirton, PhiUipp, 480 
Kitchin, John, 117, 284 

, Robert, 352 

Kithly, Phillip, 235 



KnatchbuU, John, 503 
Knell, Phillip, 348, 416 
Knibb, Tho., 121 
Knight, Beniamin, 189, 262 

, Dorothie, 107 

, Christopher, 316* 

, Edmond, 38 

, John, 195, 299, 3i6« 

, Mordecay, 236 

Richard, 191, 192, 



193 



Robert, 298 
Sara, 107 
Thomas, 80 
Wm., 64, 82 



Knights, Benjamin, 503 
John, 480 



Knightingall, Nathaniell, 503 

Knipe, Samuel, 128 

Kniston (orKeniston), Thomas, 

221 
Knore, Noll, 92 

, Sara, 92 

, Thomas, 92 



Knott, Abraham, 364, 369, 

377. 380, 396 

, James, 1S8, 264 

, John, 354 

, Joseph, 360, 364, 366, 

372. 390. 397. 408, 412 

, Wm., 353, 407, 412 

Knowles, Andrew, 480 

, Henry, 62 

. Isarell, 195 

, John, 139 

, Tho., 64 



Koker, John, 460 
Koorbe, Roger, 79 
Kulla\\'ay, John, 174 
Kyrtland, Nath., 44 
Phillip, 44 



Kyte, John, 383 

LACIE, Robert, 81 
Lacon, Launcelott, 141 

, Mary, 193 

, Richard, 466 

, Thomas, 481 

Lacton, Henery, 223 

Lacy, Wm., 85 

Ladson, John, 385 

Ladston, John, 448 

La Garde, Alexander De, 75 

La Guard, 184 

Lahane, John, 461 

La Hay, Daniell De, 297 

, John De, 296 

Laine (or Lame), Nethaniel, 

194 
Lake, Jacob, 52 



Lake, Jo., 86, 139 

, Mr., i8i 

, Wm., 75, III 

Lakeland, Sibbell, 102 
Lamb, Jo., 129 

, Robert, 96 

Lambard, Richard, 83 
Lambart, Wm., 59 
Lamberd, Tho., 52 
Lambert, Arthur, 481 

, Elisabeth, 434 

, Charles, 139 

, Henry, 198 

, Robert 331 

, Sammuell, 257 

, Thomas, 434 

Lambertt, William, igo 
Lambeth, Marie, 75 
Lamborne, Thomas, 441 
Lame (or Laine), Nethaniel, 

194 
Lammas, Edward, 59 
Lammy, Edward, 469 
Lampeiigh, Edward, 38 
Lampley, James, 127 
Lamply, John, 448 
LaiTiyn \i,e., Lammyn], Wm., 

51 

Lancaster, Gowcn, loi 

, I'hillip, 456 

Land, Cieorge, 2S5 
— — , Sarah, 2S5 
Landall, Robert, 443 
Landman, John, 172 
Landsdale (or Lansdale), Mar- 
garet, 421, 422 
, Ste- 



phen, 421, 422 



Wil- 



liam, 421, 422 
Landsdell, William, 274 
Lane, Alice, 68, 253 

, Anthony, 503 

, Henery, 211 

, Hester, 443 

, Jo., 68 

, "Nathaniel, 431 

, Oziell, 68 

, Rabecca, 102 

, Ralph, 324 

, Richard, 67 

, Robert, 435 

, Samuel, 68 

, Thomas, 1S3, 253 

Laners (or Lavers), Joane, 152 

Lang, sec Land 

Langbridge (or Laughbridge), 

Francis, 327, 329 
Langden, Peter, 184 
Lange, Jo., 81 

69 3 



548 



INDEX. 



Laiigford, Abraham, 438 

. Harry, 385 

, Marcie, 95 

Laiigham, Thomas, 503 
Langley, Mr., 196 

, Sara, 174 

, Wm., 64, 384 

Langman, Mary, 225 

, Peeter, 225, 229 

Langi-am, Rowland, 127 
Langridge, Robert, 39 
Langstedd, Edward, 120 
Langton, Stephen, 439 

, Thomas, 384 

Langworth, Francis, 83 
Langworthy, Nicholas, 456 
Laniere, Clement, 422 

, Rebecca, 422 

(or Lanier), Robert, 

422, 443 
Lankfeild, , 183 

, John, 182 

Lansdale, see Landsdale 
Lapworth, Michaell, 233 

, Robert, 201 

Larbee, Jacob, 218 

Larkham, Thomas, 42S 

Larkynn, Richard, 135 

, Tho., 86 

Larmount, James, 183 

Laroch, Widow, 442 

Lasey, John, 190 

, Susan, 227 

, William, 227 

Lathom, Robert, 240 

Lathrop, John, 217 

Lattner, Francis, 104 

Lauckfild, Alice, 258 

, John, 258 

Lauericke, see Lavericke 

Lauers, see Lavers 

Lauglibridge (or Langbridge), 
Francis, 327, 329 

Launder, Tho., 97, see Lawn- 
der 

Lavericke, John, 2S2 

Lavers (or Lauers), Joane, 152 

Lavor, Wm., 79 

Lawes, [F]rancis, 2 So 

, Liddea, 290 

, Marey, 290 

Lawford, Richard, 448 

Lawless, William, 438 

Lawnder, Jo., 143, see Launder 

Lawrance, Henry, 503 

, Sir Thomas, 165* 

— , see Lawrence 

Lawrell, William, 177 

Lawrence, Ann, 424 

Lawrence, Barbara, 424 



Lawrence, Blackwell, 139 

, Daniel, 424, 436 

; Dorothy, 67 

, Elizabeth, 67 

, John, 45, 75 

, Marie, 45 

, Nicolas, 498 

, Richard, 38, 79 

> Samuel, 327, 329 

, Sir Thomas (165"), 

167*, 168 



Thomas, l68 

, William, 45, 138 

, see Lawrance 

Lawson, Alee, (174), 232 

ChristoiDher, 174, 232 



, Thomas, 192 

Lawsone, Samnell, 145 
Lawters, John, 94 
Laycock, Robert, 71 
Layden, John, 267 

, Katherin, 207 



Laydon, Alice, 185, 245 

, Anne, 1S5, 244 

, John, 185, 244 

, Katherin, 185, 245 

, Margerett, 245 

, Virginia, 185, 245 

, Wm., 70 

Layfield, Ann, 124 
Layton, Edward, 40 

, Henry, 472 

, Richard, 456 

■, Thomas, 472 



Lea, John, 277 

, Phillip, 303 

, Robert, 55, 57, 60, 61, 

64 

, Thomas, 217 

, Wm., 49 

, see Lee 

Leach, John, 503, sec Leech 

, Margaret, 49, 59 

Leachman, James, 135 
Leager, Widow, 503 
Leak, Augustine, 239 

, Winifred, 239 

Leake, Alexander, 94 

, Anne, 91 

(or Leaker), John, 332, 

336, 340 

, Richard, iii 

, Robert, 128 

, Thomas, 70, 469 

Leal-cer, see Leake, John 
Leane (or Leave), Tego, 153 
Leare, Sir Peter, 463 

, Thomas, 463 

Leas, George, 141 
Leaue, see Leave 



Leaner, see Leaver 

Leave (or Leane), Tego, 

Leaver, Robert, 195 

Leaves, Ellin, 131 

Leay, Andrew, 69 

, Jo., 69 

Leca, Jan., 198 

Lecester, Jo., 93, see Leister 
Lester 

Lecheilles, Jacques de, 198 

Lccraift, Tliomas, 303 

Ledra, John, 456 

Lee, Anthony, 112 

, Charles, 448 

, Christopher, 224 

, Daniell, 82 

, George, 64, 114 

, Henry, 51, 113, 384, 

386 

, James, 143, 481 

. Jolm. 36, 102, 115, 143, 

145. 351, 371 

, Marie, 113, 114 

, Richard, 74, 81, 3S5 

, Robert, 75 

, Tho., 40 

, Walter, 134 

, William, 86, in, 318, 

344, see Ley 

, see Lea 

Leech, George, 497 

, Millicent, 67 

, John, 497 

• , Richard, 51 

, Susanna, 497 

, William, 497 

, see Leach 

Leed, Tho., 118 

Leeds, Joane, 292 

, Richard, 292 

Leek, Edward, 433 

Leer, Thomas, 136, 456 

Lees, Cliristophei-, 218 

Leet, Mr., 178 

, William, 163 

Legard, C, 497, 49S 

, John, 447 

Legardo, Elias, 261 
Legay (or Lagaye), Jacob, 
Senr., 447, 503 

, Jacob, 444 

, John, 445 

Le Gean, Pontus, 199 
Legg, Christopher, 114, 119 

, John, 164* 

, Samuell, 359, 384, 3S9, 

401, 407 
Leigh, Charls, 424, 428, 433 

, Martha, 424, 428, 433 

, Sarah, 424, 433, 481 



INDEX. 



549 



Leigh, William, 428, 494 
Leinster, Mainhardt, Duke of, 

1 66* 
Leisler, Jacob, 166* 
Leister, Thomas, 174, 221, sec 

Lecester, Lester 
Le Jemie, Gregoire, 198 
Lelam, Alice, 425 

, Hemy, 425 

, Mary, 425 

Leland, Christopher, 481 

Lelland, Henry, 445 

Lem \i.c., Lemm], Mathew, 

79 
Leman, KatliPrine, 218 
Le Marlier, Nicolas De, 199 
Lemon (or Lennon), Wm., 

120 
Lendall, Robert, 122 
Lene, Edward, 120 
Lennon, Richard, 440 

(or Lemon), Wm., 120 

Lennox, James, Duke of, 159* 
, Lodowick, Duke of, 

156 
Leonard, Tho., 112 
Le Rou, Jan, 198 
Leroux, Jacob, 364, 3S5 
Le Roy, Hugh, 123 

, Jerome, 199 

Lerrigo, Marie, 123 

Leslie, John, 507 

Lester, John, 108 

, see Pester, Lecester, 

Leister 
Letherland, Mary, 432 
Lett, Tho., 63 

Letteny, Tho. , 40, .fir Lettyne 
Lettis, Thomas, 4S1 
Lettyne, Tho., 60, sec Letteny 
Leusier, Michel, 199 
Levant, Isabella, 428 
Leverett, John, 163 
Levett (or Livett), George, 

172, 255 
Levins, John, 149 
Levitt, Alice, 124 
Le Voh, Phillip, 427 
Levynns, Ann, 120 
Levyns, Wm., 41 
Lewes, Edward, 119 

, Eliz., 108 

, John, 35, 126 

, Richard, 127 

, Robert, 79, 103, loS 

, Roger, 207 

, William, 120, 150 

, see Lewis 

Lewgar, John, 385 
, WUliam, 328 



Lewis, David, 481 

, Edmond, 2S0, 281, 481 

, Hugh, 503 

, John, 281, 48 1 

, Mary, 2S0 

, Roger, 172 

, Thomas, 281 

, see Lewes 

Ley, Thomas, 173 

, William, 161, 316, see 

Lee 
Lickburrowe, James, 36 
Liddicott, John, 153 
Lieford, Ann, 77 
Lielate, Anthoine de, 199 
Lightbound, Richard, 140 
Lightfoote, John, 174, 223 
Lilburne, Richard, 3S6, 393 
Lillie, Edward, 125 
Lillington, George, 329, 343, 

456 
Lilliot, Martha, 134 
Limrick, Launcelott, 104 
Lince, Robert, 220 
Linch, Thomas, 159*, see 

Lynch 
Linck, Thomas, 481 
Lincklate, William, 498 
Lincoln, Elizabeth, io3 

. , John, Bishop of, 157 

, sec Linkon 

Lincolne, Cap., 195 

Lincorne, Samuell, 290 

Lindsey, Robert, 179' 

Line, see Lyne 

Ling (or Linge), John, 41, 172 

Linge, Henry, 172 

Linicker, John, 218 

Linkon, Ann, 171, Jir Lincoln 

Links, Thomas, 456 

Linsey, Daniell, 290 

Linton, Thomas, 324, sec Lyn- 

ton 
Lintott, Richard, 330, 462 
Lipps, John, 216 
Lister, Mary, 448 

, Thomas, 104 

Liswel, Hanna, 422 

, John, 422 

Mary, 422 



Little, Jane, 495 
, John, 495 



Littlefeild, Annis, 299 
Littleton, Edward, 503 
Littlewood, Peter, 467 
Litton, John, 194 

Wm., 445, 456 



Lizard, Stephen, 433 
Lloyd, David, 129 

, John, 344, 385 

, Judith, 136 

-^ , Katherin, 74 

, Leolin, 508 

, Maudlin, 117 

, Nowell, 124 

, Richard, I02, 166 

, Tho., 79 

, Walter, 130 

sec Loyd 



Liversidge, Richard, 112 
Livett, see Levett 
I Lizard, John, 433 



Lock, Ann, 383 

, Richard, 50 

, Wm., 43, 141 

Locke, John, 195, 472 

, Robert, 1S6, 254 

Lockbeare (or Lockebeai-e), 

Elias, 316*, 317* 
Lockley, Richard, iii 
Locksmith, Thomas, 48 1 
Lockton, John, 430 
LockM'ood, Nicholas, 348, 35S, 

362, 363, 368, 370, 371, 380, 

387 
Lodge, Wm., 52 
Loe, Jo., 132 

, Peter, 116 

Loftis, John, 41 

Lone (or Love), Tho., 71 

Long, Elizabeth, 64 

, Henry, 40 

-, Jane, 235 

, John, 52, 193, 327, 330, 

3S0, 388 

, Katherin, 102 

, Nic°-, 108 

, Will., 432, 435 

Longe, Alice, 242 

, Anne, 90 

, Elias (or EUias), 170, 

2S5 

, Eliza, 89, 90 

, EUyn, 60 

, John, 90 

, Joshua, 90 

, Mary, 90 

, Michell, 90 

, Nicholas, 181 

, Rebecca, 90 

, Richard, 1S4, 242 

, Robert, 89, 90, 242 

, Sarra, 90 

, William, 184, 243 

, Zachery, 90 

Longman, Tetter, 1S9 
Lonnin, James, 43 
Longsha, Henry, 74 
Longson, William, 385 
Longstaff, Elizabeth, 



55° 



INDEX. 



Long\vith, William, 71 
Looker, Joan, 127 
Loomes, Edward, 68 
Lopes, Lopez 

, Abraham, 384, 449 

, Eliah, 450 

, Rachell, 450 

, Telles Abraliam, 386 

Lord, Ann, 72 

, Antho., 463 

, Aymie, 72 

, Dorotliy, 72 

, John, 72 

, Robert, 72 

• , Thomas, 72 

, William, 72 

Lort, Sampson, 133 
Lostell, Peter, 64 
Lottis, Rowland, 180 
Lone, sec Love 
Louell, sec Lovell 
Loueridge, see Loveridge 
Love, Mary, 503 

, Richard, 81 

(or Lone), Tho., 71 

Valentine, 64 

Loveley, Lovely 

, Ann, 52 

, Maiy, 52 

Lovell, Anne, 2S5 

, Constance, 481 

, Elizabeth, 74, 285 

, Ellyn, 285 

, Francis, 448 

, James, 2S5 

, John, 285 

, Mrs., 456 

, Phillipp, 74 

Robert, 285 



-, Roger, 456 
-, Zacheus, 285 



Lovely, see Loveley 
Loveridge, Bernard (&c.), 316, 
318, 344 

, John, 326, 329 

, William, 326 

Lovett, Gm'tred, 129 

, Maiy, 126 

, Robert, 1 12 

Lowder, James, 82 
Lowe, Dorothie, 132 

, Thomas, 444 

Lowis, Originall, 8l 

Lownian, Barnard (Src), 318* 

Lownd, John, 122 

Lowre, John, 4S1 

" owther, Christopher, 384 

, Luke, 503 

Wm., 122 
Tho., 128 



Loxmore, Thomasin, 187 
Loyd, Edward, 182 

, John, 184 

• , Math., 175 

, Morice, 179 

, Nath., iSo 

, Silvester, 342 

, sec Lloyd 

Lucas, Elizabeth, 489 

, Charles, 339 

, Richard, 112, 481, 489 

, Theophilus, 489 

Luccom, Henry Van, 143 
Luch (or Lnsh), Arthur, 327, 

330 
Lucie, Mary, 127 
Luck, Robert, 35 

, Wm., 116 

Lucock, Margaret, 52 
Lucomb, Mrs., 456 
, Thomas, 456 



Lucott, William, 195 
Ludcole, Joan, 124 
Luddington, Christiom, 49 
Ludken, Elizabeth, 290 
•, ^^'iIliam, 290 



Luke, Elias, 503 

LuUett, John, igi 

Lullman, Job, 460 

Lmnliard (or Lumberd), Ro- 
bert, 326 

LuiSus [i.e., Lummus], Ed- 
ward, 59 

Lunthome, Robert, 176 

Lupo, Albiano, 185, 245, 273 

, Elizabeth, 185, 245, 273 

, Phillip, 185, 248 

, Temperance, 245 

, William, 194 

Lupton, Davie, 136 

-Jo., IIS 

•, Maiy, 141 



Lupworth, Micheall, 179 
Lurting, Thomas, 41 
Lusam, William, 233 
Lush (or Luch), Arthur, 327, 

330 

, Henry, 286 

Luther (or Lutter), Edward, 

326, 330 
Lutterell, Walter, 75 
Lyddale, John, 308 
Lyde, Allan, 438 

, Edward, 340 

, Robert, 359 

, Sylvester, 316, 317* 

Lydiatt, Timothy, 384 
Lyllant, Richard Na-sh, alias, 

319 
Lynch, Alice, 383 



Lynch, Morgan, 386 

, Nicholas, 383 

, Richard, 386 

, Sir Thomas, 164 

see Linch 



Lynlie, Wm., 67 
Lynley, Robert, 41 
Lyne (or Line), Christopher, 
386, 456, 461 

, Mary, lOO 

, Phelix, 73 

Lynn, Robert, 385 

Lynt, Robert, 129 

Lynton, Nico., 142, see Linton 

Lyon, Elizabeth, 173 

, John, 41 

, Wm., 130 

Lyte, Paul, 461, 464, 465 
Lyttcot, Leonard, 384 
Lyvermore, John, 279 

MABIN, Edward, 182 
Mac Brian, Dennis, 74 
Mace Breecly, Bryen, 4S2 
Mace Cartie, Charles, 79 

, Owen, 79 

, see Mackartee 

Mace Daniel), AUexander, 481 

, Patrick, 390 

Maccenree, John, 390 
Mace Graugh, Daniell, 481 

, John, 4S2 

Macclahen, Owen, 390 
Maccmash, Charles, 388 
Mac Conry, John, 75 
Maccony, Dinnis, 504 
Maccowdin, Wm., 52 
Mace, Alee, 47 

, John, 96 

Mc Gaw3ni, Brian, loi 

Machem, Jo., 104 

Mackartee, Elisabeth, 431, see 

Mace Cartie 
Mc Kay, Malashus, 83 
Mackelly, Cornelius, 433 
Mackenny, Cornelius, 424 

, John, 424 

, .Susanna, 424 

Mackerness, Jacob, 447 

, John, 447 

Mackgeny, William, 504 
Mackhala, Dennis, 472 
Macklaire, John, 456 
Mackloghlin, Edward, 431 
Macklond, Matthew, 467 
Mackone, Darby, 463 
Mackreiy, Alexander, 438 
Mackward, Fellen, 504 
Macock (or Macocke), Sara (or 

Sarah), 174, 223 



INDEX. 



551 



Macquin, Archibald, 423 

, Frances, 423 

, Nicholas, 423 

Macy (or Masey), George, 327, 

331 

Madder, Elizabeth, 491 

, James, 491 

, Sainuell, 491 

(or Mader), 319*, 325 

Madders, John, 327, 330 
Maddeson, MadcUson 

, Isacke, 172, 209, 

268 

, John, 320* 

, Mary, 172, 207 

Maddockes, Jane, 47 
Maddocks, Margaret, 37 
Maddox, Alexander, 138 

. Jo-. 43 

, Jone, 387 

, Thomas, 194, 504 

Maden, Patrick, 391 
Mader, Wm., 325 
Madford (or Wadford), 

William, 326, 330 
Madin, Henry, 112 
Mageridge, Maggeridge, see 

Mogeridge 
Magettes, Mrs., 441 
Magitt, Henry, 114 
Magner (or Magnor), Charles, 

215, 268 
Magrauhan, Daniell, 491 

, John, 491 

, Miriam, 491 

Magridge, sec Mogeridge 
Magwaine, Owen, 389 
Mahane, John, 389 
Mahewe, see Mayhew 
Mahone, James, 390, see Ma- 

hony 
Mahont, Dermott, 472 
Mahony, Daniell, 388 
Maicockes, Samuell, 269 
Males, Cornelius, 122, see 

Mayes 
Maijor, Robert, 297, jffi Maiov, 

and Major 
Jfain, Andrew, 425 

, Mary, 425 

Maine, Fetter De, 19 1 
Maior, Edward, 36 

, Thomas de la, 228 

, see Maijor 

Major, Peter, 405 

, AVm., 388 

Makynn, James, 135 
Maldman, John, 182 
Mallion, Jo,, 71 
Mallocke, Malachi, 318* 



Mallonee, Daniell, 492 
■, Darby, 492 



, Elizabeth, 492 

, Joan, 492 

, Owen, 492 

, Thomas, 492 

Maltman (or Multman), Tho., 

127 
Man, see Mann 
Manby, John, 192, 196 
Mandeville, Henry, Viscount, 

157 
Manerick, Nathaniell, 391 
Manifold, John, 108 
, Wm., 120 



Maning, see Manning 
Mann, Manne, Man 

, Ann, 75 

, Anuanias, Senr., 493 

, Barnard, 445 

, Edward, 279, 2S0, 2S1, 

282 

, John, 139, 160*, 444 

, Percivall, 193 

, Tho., 84 

, Wm., 84 

Mannell (or Manuell), Robert, 

171 
Mannen, Andrew, 3S7 
Mannering, Joseph, 149 
Manning, RIanning's, Maning 

— • , Anne, 292 

, Edmond, 92 

, Francis, 140 iqj 

, John, 120, 192, 326, 

330 j'b'VT , ^ 

, Peter, 124 

Tlio., 115 



Marfutt, Tho., 39 
Margaret, 426 

Margrett (Negress), 182 
Markcom, Robert, 104 

, Thomazin, 1 1 3 

Markes, Mark's 

, John, 327 

, Richard, 117 

Walgrave, 226 



Markland, Henry, 482 
John, 493 



Marlett, Thomas, 169 
Marlier, Nicolas De la, 15 
Marloe, Thomas, 220 
Maroh, Mary, 390 

, Sarah, 390 

■, Thomas, 390 



Marritt, Wm., 141 
Marriott, Robert, 392 
^larrow, Cornelius, 3S9 

-, Daniel, 310 

■, Katherine, 3S9 

, Wm., 41 



Mannington, Roger, 129 
Mansell, Robert, 390 
Mansfield, Davy (or David), 
180, 234 

, Jo., S9> 133 

-, Richard, 52 



, William, 435 

Manton, William, 138 
Manuell (or Mannell), Robert, 

171, 210 
Manzer, James, 73 
Mapes, John, 279 
Marburie, Gilbert, 249 
March, CoUice, 239 

Samuell, 181, 239 



Marchall, Wm., 456, see Mar- 
shall 
Marchant, Emanuell, 316, 

343 

— , Silus, 338 

-, William, 316, 324, 



338 



Marsan, sec Marson 
Marsden, Francis, 137 
Marsh, Edward, 318*, 320*, 

323 
(or Mursh), Francis, 

115 

, John, 80, H5 

, Wm., So 

Marshall, INIarshal 

. Ann, 228, 429 

, Charle, 194 

, Edward, 183, 260 

, Francis, 43, 75 

, Henrie, ill 

— ■ — , Jane, 75 

, Jarvis, 386 

, John, 80, 113, 130, 

462 

, John Bristowe, 304, 



305(7), see Bristowe 

, Lake, 422, 429 

, Mathew, 35 

, Richard, 74 

, Robert, 176, 228 

Thomas, 107, 327, 



330. 430 

, Walter, 115 

-, William, 92, 329, 



422, 429 
Marson (or Marsan), Edward, 
482, 495 

■, Jane, 495 



Marteaw, Nicholas, 184 
Martha (a Mulatto), 489 
Martin, Marting, Marttin, Mar- 

tyn 
, Antoine, 198 



55^ 



INDEX. 



Martin, Christopher, 350, 375, 

384 , , 

, Edward, 96 

, Francis, 143 

, Gabriell, 456 

, Giles, 219 

, Jeanne, 198 

, Joane, 286 

, John, 67, 122, 



Massling, William, 504 
Masters, Jo., 138 

■, Michell, 124 

•, Wm., 42 



154, 258, 269, 504 

, Marie, 54 

-, Nicholas, 176 



123. 



, Patter, 191 

, Richard, 58, 365 

, Robert, 237, 286 

, Saloman, 107 

, Simon, 154 

-, Thomas, 70, 91, 154, 



161* 



- Wm., 75 
Martue, Niccolas, 249 
Marvynn, Marvyn, Marvinn 

• , Elizabeth, 65 

, Hanna, 65 

, Marie, 65 

■ , Marthaw, 65 

, Mathew, 65 

. , Sara, 65 

Marwood, John, 120, 316* 
Mary, , 182, 186 

(a Negi'ess), 241 

Mascrie, Robert, 121 

Masey {or Macy), George, 327, 

331 
Masie, Alexander, 114 
Mason, Alice, 251 

, Ann (or Anne), 99, 

117 

, Beuiamin, 74 

■ , Captain, 150 

, Elizabeth, 195 

, Frances, 188 

, Francis, 251, 268 

, George, 55, 441, see 

Bacon 

, Hester, 279 

■ , Hugh, 279 

-, John, 70, 94, 142 

, Mary, 1 88 

, Ralph, 99 

, Richard, 99, 129 

, Samuell, 99 

, Susan, 99 

, Sylani, 389 

■ — , Thomas, 115, 193, 481 

, Walter, 1 85 

, William, 36, 102 

(or Masonn), Wyatt, 



Maston, John, 291 
Mastiis, Joseph, 387 
•, Martha, 387 



247 
Massingburd, Wm., 109 



Mathelin, Richard, 304 
Matheman, John, 173, 222 
Mather, George, 389 
•, Jo., 52 



Mathew, Mathews, Mathewes, 
Matthews, Matthewes 

, Edward, 421, 427 

, George, 154, 390 

, Hannah, 421 

, Jo-, 132 

, Robert, 179, 233 

, Roger, 138 

, Rowland, 74 

, Samuell, 118, 179, 

233. 234> 270, 272 

, Tliomas, 335, 338, 340 

, William, 75, 738, 317*, 

467 
Maton, Philippe, 199 
Richard, loi 



Matson, Mattson 

, Benjamin, 3S7, 425 

, Elizabeth, 425, 492 

— , Margaret, 425 

, Marthe, 492 



, Mathew, 390 

, Matthias, 481 

, Smithell, 481 

, Smithy, 492 



Matthews, Matthewes, see Ma- 
thew 
Mattison, Alexander, 391 
Mattson, see Matson 
Maudsley, Henry, 123 
Maul, Thomas, 387 
Maulder, Febe, 107 
Mavvfrey, Edward, 82 
Max, Robert, 112 
Maxwell, Marie, 136 

, Thomas, 48 1 

, Wm. 



May (orMaye), Cornelius, 186, 

247, 272, see Males 

, Elizabeth, 186 

, Henry, i86 

, James, 320, 320*, 322, 

325 

, John, 88, 107, 320*, 482 

, Mathew, 75 

, Richard, 435 

, Willyam, 152 

Maybank, Edward, 241 
Maye, see May 



Mayes, Robert, III, Jdt' Males 
Mayhew (or Mahewe), Thomas, 

160, 159*, 29s 
Maymor, Griffin, 137 
Maynard, Elizabeth, 116, 422 
James, 316, 318, 



343. 386 

, Mai-y, 422 

-, Nicholas, 323, 422, 



445 



-, Thomas, 125 



Mayo, David, 432 

, Samuell, 87 

Mayor, John, 190 
Mayro, James, 173 
Mead, John, 319 

, Samuell, 442 

, William, 333, 335, 341 

Meade, Thomas, 316*, 318, 

343 
Mecham, Wm., 52 
Medcalfe, George, 183, 258 

[? ] Joane, 258 

, Sara, 253 

see Metcalfe 



Medclalfe [Medcalfe], 
Meddowes, Henry, 102 
Medgley, see Medley 
Medinah, Leah, 449 
Medley (or Medgley), John," 
140, 141 

, Robert, 103 



Medwell, The, 41 
Meggeridge, see Mogeridge 
Mekins, Edward, 134 
Mell, William, 504 
Mellison, Wm., 140 
Melloly, James, 391 
Mellowes, John, 364, 366, 406 
Mellows, Elisha, 503 
Melony, Timothy, 387 
Melton, Henry, 129 
Mendam, Arthur, 422, 427 

, Richard, 422, 427, 



428 



Sarah, 422, 427 



Mentis (or Mentis), Thomas, 

175 
Mer, Philippe de le, 198 
Mercado, Moses, 450 
Mercer, Anne, 490 

, Dorcas, 113 

, Elizabeth, 490 

, John, 440 

, Luce, 90, 107 

, William, 490 

Merchant, Emanuel, 317 
Mere, Ehzabeth, 92 

, John, 92 

, Robert, 92 



INDEX. 



SS3 



Mere, Samuell, 92 

-Meredith, Philip, 119, sec ^[e- 
rideth, &c. 

Merick, John, 493 

, Susanna, 493 

, sec Merrick 

Meriday (Meridie or Meritlien), 
John, 191, 192, 193. 

Merideth, Julian, 120, see Me- 
redith, Men-edith 

Merie, Jo. , w^, see Meriy 

Merrell, Thomas, 504 

Merres, Thomas, 259 

MeiTick (or Merricks), John, 
470, 481, see Merick 

Men-idith, Walter, III, sec Me- 
redith, iS:c. 

Merrifield, Edward, 50 

Merriman, Geo., 75 

, Sara, 125 

Merriton, Marie, 136 

Merry, John, 1 54, sec Merie 

Met, Jan De La, 198 

Metcalf, Metcalfe 

, Chrl., 82 

• , Elizabeth, 289 

, James, 35 

, Joane, 280 

, Marev _d9 

, Martha 289 

, Michill, 289 

, Oswell, 134 

, Rebeca, 289 

, Sarrah, 289 

, Thomas, 64, 289 

see Medcalfe 



Meutis (or Mentis), Thomas, 

■75 
Meverill, Sampson, 86 
Meyer (Mire or Myre), Henry, 

333, 338, 340 
Meza, Isack, 450 
Micell, see Michill 
Michaell, Ann, 173 

, John, 209 

Michel), Anthony, 438, 456 

, David, 472 

, Francis, 187 

, John, 3S8 

. Richard, 368, 388 

-, see Mitchell 



Michill (or Micell), George, 

332. 335. 340 
Michleborne, Wm., 447 
Middleton, Midleton 

, Anthony, 182 

, Arthur, 391 

Benjamin, 342, 428, 



462 



Edward, 132, 304 



Middleton, Henrie, 257 

, Jo., Ill 

, Marie, 113 

, Mary, 463, 497, 49S 

Richard, 497, 41 



504 



Thomas, 333, 337, 



340 

Midland, Geo., 103 
Mighill, Ann, 213 
Milboi-n, William, 303 
Milbunie, Jacob, 166* 
Mildmay, Sir Henrj', 91 
Mileman, John, 257 
Miles, Antonio, 137 

, Cicily, 437 

, John, 437 

, Joseph, 461 

, Lewes, 117 

Miller, Benjamin, 87 

, David, 432 

, James, 80, 449 

, John, 133, 316*, - 

342, 501 

, Joseph, 130 

, Katherine, 426 

, Phillipp, 142 

, Richard, 96 

, William, 126, 192, 

Millet, Tho., 57 
Millett, Frances, 192 
, Marie, 57 



Millington, John, 482 
Rowland, So 



J'lills, Edward, 115 

, John, 304, 448, 471 

, Joseph, 125 

, Robert, 40 

, Thomazin, 116 

Millward, Mihvard 

, Henry, 26S 

, John, 507 

, Marie, 68 

— , Tho., Si 

•, William, 507 



Milner, Jolui, 307 

, Michell, 107 

, Robert, 170, 208 

Samuell, 94 



Milnhouse, John, 219 
Milton, Richard, 212 
Milward, see Millward 
Mimes, Thomas, 172 
Ming, David, 309 
Minifie (or Minify), George, 
175, 226 

, John, 326 

Mintrene, Mintren 

, Edward, 256 

, Richard, Sciir., 1S7 



Mintrene, Richard, Junr., 1S7 

, , 250 

Mirch, John, 497 

Mire (Meyer or Myre), Henry, 

333, 338, 340 
Mitchell, Edward, 113 

, Francis, 245 

(or MitchiU), John, 133, 

137,245,327, 331, 334, 338, 

341 

, Maudlin, 245 

. Rob., 333, 336, 340 

, Thomas, 481 

, William, 124 

sec Michell 



Mixer, Isaacke, 280, 282 
Sarah, 280 



Modyford, Sir James, 162 

Mogeridge, (Mageridge, Mag- 
geridge, Magridge, Megge- 
ridge, or Mogi-idge), John, 
316, 317*, 318, 319', 324, 
342 

MohoUand, James, 482 

Moier, Hugh, 150 

Jloises, sec Moyses 

Molder, Nicholas, 442 

Molcsworth, Sir Hender, 165 

Moleton, see Moulton 

Molin, Jo., 116 

Mollins, see MuUins 

Molton, Thomas, 135, 232 

Moncaster, Richard, 142 

Moning's, see Monnings 

Monk, Henry, 482 
Peter, 38 



Monmouth, Duke of, 321 
Monning's, Moning's 

, Anna, 92 

, Mary, 92 

■, Michelaliell, 92 



Monnvs, Joseph, 84 
Montagne, Mousnier de La, 

197 
Montecue, Peeter, 233 
Montgomery, Edmond, 75 

, James, 75 

, Phillip, Earl of, 



158 



-, Thomas, 164* 



Montrevers, Ralph, 436 
Moody, David, 481 
Symon, 119 



Moone, John, 219 

, Martine de, 179 



Moor, George, 399 
Moore, Alee, 48 1 

• , Dorothy, 507 

, Henry, 303 

, John, 308 

70 



554 



INDEX. 



Moore, Joseph, 310 

, Leonard, 202 

, Richai-d, 507 

, Robert, 481 

, Thomas, 316* 

, Wm., 310 

, see More 

Moper, Nathaniell, 1S4 
Morcock, EUzabeth, 219 
Revolt, 219 



-, Thomas, 219 
-, see Morecock 



Mordin, Tho., 86 
More, Alexander, 41 

, Elizabeth, 260 

, Geo., 120 

, Heniy, 85, 136 

, Isack, 65 

, James, 257 

, John, 38, 39, 43, O2, 113, 

183, 260 

, Leonard, 169 

, Mrs., 183 

, Peter, 468 

, Richard, 93 

, Robert, 37, 183, 259 

, Sara, 1 73 

, Suzan, 71 

, Tho., 75, 102, 103, III, 

132, 137 

, Wm., 115, igo 

, .vi'.-' Moore 

I'liorecoLk, Moi'ecocke 

, Bcnnet, 78 

, Marie, 7S 

. Nic°., 78 

; Reignold, 177 

, Thomas, 124, 391 

, see Morcock 

Morecott, John, 462 
Moredecah, Sarah, 450 
Moreland, Thomas, 262 
Moreton, Sir William, 162 

, see Morton 

Morewood, Mr., 180 

, Richard, 173 

Morfin, Jo., 115 
Morfy, James, 109 
Morgan, Morgaine, Moi;gon 

, Andrew, 96 

, David, 462 

, Edmond, 243 

, Edmund, 425 

, Edward, 184, 389, 4G5 

• -, Elisabeth, 425, 435 

, Esther, 425, 437 

, Evan, 435, 456 

, Gabriel, 435 

, Geo., 85 

, John, 111,382,388,405 



Morgan, Mary, 435 

, Pierce, 141 

, Richard, 94 

, Rob., 504 

, Robert, 94, 195 

, Sarah, 435 

, SibiU, 257 

, Thomas, 192, 266, 3S8 

, Walter, 35 

, William, 141 

, alias Broockes, AVil- 

liam, 247 
Morison, Richard, 160, see 

Morrison 
Morley, Henry, 84 

, Richard, 161* 

, Wm., 127 

Morlin, Phillipp, 139 
Morraine, John, 504 
MoiTell, Margaret, 424 
■ — , IS'lcholas, 376, 



Mortimer, Tho., 115 
Morton, Morten 

, Daniel, 467 

(or Moreton), Edu-ard, 



;26, 329 

, Henr)', 75 

, Jo., 128 

, Mathew, 120 

, Nic°., 122 

, Rowland, Si 

-, William, 186, 249 



[4^4 
389, 
MoiTey, Geo., 132, jtv M017 
Morrice, Hugh, 489 

, John, Senr., 304 

, Mary, 4S9 

, Nicolas, 489 

, Richard, 138 



Mory, jo., 93, see Morrev 
Mosdell, Jo., 132 
Moseley, Geo., 112 
Mosely, Henry, 438 

. Jo., 37 

-, Richard, 3S9 



Morris, Bridgett, 467 

, Davie, 87, 95 

, Dorcas, 430 

, Dorothy, 423 

, Edmond, 4S2 

, Edward, 132, 151,467 

, Hugh, 4S1 

, Humfrey, 63 

, Isaac, 46, 387 

, John, 129, 1S5, 244, 



430 



-, Katharin, 427 

-, Maiy, 244, 436 

-, Nathan, 467 

-, Richard, 82, 192, 456, 



Mosley, Joseph, 185, 2:|3 
Moss, Jo., 84 

, Ricliard, 123 

Mosse, Joseph, 280 
Moston, Henry, 120 
Mothropp, Tho., 125 
Mott, Adam, 99, 300 
, Elizabeth, 99 

. Jo-. 99 

, Jonathan, 99 

, Mary, ng 

, Sara, 99 

Moulston, Thomas, 174 
Moulton, Anne, 291 

, Bridgett, 291 

, Henry, 291 

(or Moleton), Hum- 
phry, 327, 331 

, Jane, 291 

, John, 291 

, lilarey, 291 

, Merrean, 291 

, Ruth, 291 

William, 291 



, Sarah, 423 

, Samuell, 176, 240 

, Thomas, 344,423,441, 

456 >¥2- 

, Thomasin, 423 [48 1 

, William, 3S7, 430, 

Morrish, Jo., 128 
Morrison, Elizabeth, 46 

, F.obert, 125 

, Wm., 47 

-, sec Morison 



Morse, Elizabeth, 64 

, John, 316* 

, Joseph, 65 

, Samuell, 64 

Mortagh, Dennis, 52 
Morten, jiV Morton 



Mounday, Mary, 185 

, Robert, 1S5 

see Munday 



Mountack, Andrew, 391 
Mountain, Mountaine 

, John, 50, 391 

-, (late Stow), Marv, 



308 



, Thomas, 441 



Mountfort, Edward, 84 
Mountney, Ale.xander, 1S6, 
257. 273 

■, Lenord, 257 



Mountstephen, Samuel!, 316* 
Mountsteven, John, 163*, 164 
Mowser, Jo., 83 
Moyle, Dorothy, 123 
Moyse, Susanna, 429 
Mnyser, James, 35 



INDEX. 



555 



Moyses, Mathew, 50 

(ov Moises), Theodei", 

169, 202 
Much, Roger, 190, see Mutch 
Mudge, WilHam, 176 
Mulleneux, £dmond, 122 

. Jo-. 134 

MuUenex, WiUiam, 504 
MuUinax, trrs., 456 

, Richard, 456 

JluUins, Mullens, MoUins 

, George, 332, 337, 340 

, Robert, 318*, 319*, 

322 

, Teag, 434 

Multman (or Maltman), Tho., 

127 
Mumford, Richard, 229 
Munday, Robart, 244 

• — , William, 35 

, sa Mounday 

Mundy, Eliz'., 504 
Munjoy, George, 397 
Munnes, William, 262, see 

Mumis 
Mumimg's, Abigail, 2S2 

, Elizabeth, 280, 282 

, George, 280, 282 

Muniis, Thomas, 5°4i ■^'''' 

Munnes 
Jtunrow, AUexander, 482 

, Andrew, 481 

, John, 448 

Munson, Susan, 281 

, Thomazin, 94 

Murfey, Dennis, 470 ) see 
Murfie, Tho., 36 \ Mui-jJiy 
Murfitt, Nathan., 142 
Murford, Richard, 48 1 
Murphe, Biyan, 456 
Murphy, Daniell, 388 

, Mary, 499 

, Morgan, 499 

, AVilliam, 354, 361, 

382, 3S3, 393, 409, 412, 413, 

418 

, see Murfey, &c. 

Murral, David, 421 

, Elisabeth, 421 

, John, 421 

, sec Murril 

Murrell, John, 445, 456 

, Wm., 456 

]\[urrey, Alexander, 499 

, James, 499 

Murril, Murrill 

, Elisabeth, 430 

— , Isack, 150 

, John, 430 

, sec Murral 



Murrin, Elizabeth, 134 

MuiTow, John, 456 

Mursh (or Marsh), Francis, 

"S 
Musgrave, Sir Christopher, 

344 

, Jo., 125 

, Symon, 344 



Musick, John, 135 
Muskett, Simon, 43 
■, Wm., 391 



Mussell, Jo., 54 

, Robert, 75 

Mutch, Margeiy, 226 

, AVilliam, 226 

, see Much 



Mynnikyn, Christian, 39 
Mynter, Jo., 104 
Myre (Mire, or Meyer), Henry, 
333. 338. 340 

NACTON, Teague, 74 

Naile, see Nayle 

Nailer, Elizaljeth, 309, see 

Naylor, &c. 
Naraia.s, David, 450 
Nancarro, Ellin, 153 
Naney, Robert, 60 
Naseby, Moses, 4C7 
Nasfeild, Henrie, 252 
Nash, Ann, 96 

, Edmond, 75 

- — , Richard, 319*, 323 

, Thomas, 377 

, Wm., 120 

, alias Lyllant, Richard, 

319 
Nasy, Daniell, 392 
Nathaniell, 243 
Natt, Richard, 109 
Navaro, Aron, 449 

, Judith, 450 

Navarro, Samuell, 450 

Naxston, Monies, 118 

Nayle (or Naile), William, 170, 

231 
Nayler, Edward, 128 

, Jo., 128 

Naylor, Thomas, 190 
Neagle, Martin, 392 
Neal, Daniel, 428 

, Martha, 42S 

Neale, John, 466 

, Jonathan, loi 

, Thomas, 165* 

456, 466 

, see Xecle 

Neares, Thomas, 1S3 
Neave, Margrett, 293 
Nedham, George, 442 



see 
Nailer 



1 60" 



Nedsom (or Necsom), Jo., 74 
Needes, John, 316* 
Needham, Tho., I2I 

•, William, 168 



Needier, John, 392 

Needome, John, iSo 

Neele, Marie, 124, sec Ncal, 

&c. 
Neesam, Wm., 125 
Neesoni (or Nedsom), Jo., 74 
Neimart (Neinneart, Nevmart, 

or Nevvmart), Petter, 266, 

267 
Nelme, Richard, 81 
Nelson, George, 173, 219 

, Joseph, 79 

, Juhan, 437 

, Thomas, 504 

Nemias, David, 482 

Nepho, Jerome, 317*, 319, 

320, 321, 322, 325 
Nesse, Wm., loi 
Netbie, Auto., 80 
Nettellford, Geo., 119 
Nettleton, James, 140 
Nei'Cll, Nicholas, 141 
Nevill, John, 392 
Nevitt, Roger, 125 
Nevmart, see Neimart 
Newberry, Josejih, 341 
Newbolt, Richard, 143 
Newbott, John, 441 
Newby, Hemy, 84 
Newcom, Francis, 48 

, Jo., 48 

Marie, 64 



, Rachell, 48 

Newcome, WiUiani, 187 
Newdon, John, 154 
Nen-ell, Abraham, 278, 279 

, Fayth, 278 

, Francis [Frances], 279 

, Grace, 277 

, Isaacke, 278 

•, John, 27S 



Newham, Christopher, 374 
Newman, Abraham, 362, 413 

, Elizabeth, 88 

— , Gabriell, 444 

, John, 123, 297 

, Jlargarett, 482 

, Mountford, iii 

, Robert, 188, 253 

, Thomas, 79 

, William, 1S4, 242, 

311 
Nc\vmarl, see Neimart 
Newport, Elisabeth, 422, 429 

, John, 422, 429 

, Susanra, 422, 429 

/C — .-, 



556 



INDEX. 



Newton, Abigail, 392 

, George, 444 

, John, 141 

, Samuell, 382, 

482 
Nice, George, 467 
Nichcott, Huch, 195 

Nicholas, , 195 

Nicholes, see Ni colls 
NichoUas, William, 170 
NichoUs, Elizabeth, 59 

. Jer., 13s 

, John, 305 

, Thomas, 193 

William, 211 



402, 



Norton, AVilliam, 144, 149 
Norwood's, Richard, 304 
Nott, Tho,, 51 
Noun (or Nonn), Good\vife, 

194 
Nowell, George, 333, 337, 340 
■, John, 240 



Oistine, Oistines 

, Angeletta, 492 

, James, 482, 492 

-, Nicholas, 4J82 



-, Peternell, 133 



, see NicoUs 

Nicholson, Francis, 166*, 167* 
168 

, Garret, 136 

— . Ralph, 37 

Nickerson, Anne, 290 

, Elizabeth, 290 

, Nicho., 290 

, Robartt, 290 

, William, 290 

Nicklin, Jo., 133 
Nicks, John, 40 
Nicolas, 492 
Nicolls, John, 498 

(or Nicholes), Marnia- 

duke, 461, 465, 466 

, Sarah, 465, 466 

sec NichoUs 



Nowes (or Nowis), Percifull 
(or Percivall), 316, 318, 342 
Noy, Hester, 450 

, Isaac, 450 

Nubold, Joan, 37 
Nuce, George, 183 
Nunes, Jacob Franco, 449 
Niiilick, sec Nunnick 
Nunn, Richard, 66 

, Tho., 129 

Nunnick, Addam, 129 
Elizabeth, 37 



Nisbett, Robert, 41 
Nisom, Jo., 40 
Nixon, Mary, 482 
Nobb, John, 472 
Noble, Ann, 67 

, Geo., 128 

, Marke, 448, 482 

Noden, Hugh, 163* 
Nokes, Henrie, 128 

, Jo., 41 

Nonn (or Noun), Good^^•ife, 

194 
Nordin, Nathaniell, 140 
Norman, Geo., 85 

, Jo., 85, IIS 

, Matthew, 304 

Normansell, Edward, 192 
Norris, Jo., 85 

, Samuell, 504 

Norron, Katherine, 482 
North, John, 59, iii, 115 

, Nathanael, 310 

, Thomas, 182 

Northampton, Henry, Earl or, 

15s. 156 
Northin, Jo., 79 
Norton, Geo., 73 



Nurse, Robert, 482 
Nusom, Richard, 442 
Nusum, Arthur, 482, 490, 494 

, , Jum., 482, 

490 

, Susanna, 490, 494 

Nutbrowne, Francis, 107 
Nuttall, Robert, 114 
, Thomas, 392 

OAGE, Ann, 203 

, Edward, 203 

-, Thomas, 170, 203, 

268 
Oakley, Francis, 457 
Oats (or Oates), George, 424, 

433. 445 

— , Joseph, 424, 433 

, Hannah, 424, 433 

Obah (a Negress), 489 
Obediente, Abraham, 450 
O'Bryan, Dermond, 75 
Odam, William, 504 
Odell, John, 457 
Odgne, Edmond, 504 
Odiarne, Thomas, 457 
Offlent, John, 81 
OfFvvord, John, 40 
Ogden, Randall, 42 
Ogell, Gregorie, 52 

. Jo., 35 

Ogilby, Ogilsby, Oglesby 

, Elisabeth, 424, 427 

, Frances, 424, 427 

, John, 424, 427, 440 

Ogle, John, 393 
Ohain, Oliani 

, James, 491 

, Jane, 491 

, Patrick, 491 



Okelly, Samuell, 430 
Oker, George, 482 
Okley, Robert, 172, 217 
Old, Susan, 205 
Older, Richard, 51 
Oldham, John, 78 
■, Tho., 78 



Oldrick, Robert, 1 12 
Oldridge, Abell, 393 
Oliues, see Olives 
Oliver, OUiver 

•, Edward, 176 



-, John, 149, 29s, 443 
-, Marey, 295 
-, Margaret, 483, 494 
-, Marie, 113 
-, Robert, 154 
Thomas, 149, 295 



OUves, John, 172 
Olmstedd, James, 150 
Olney, Epeuetus, 45 

, Marie, 45 

, Tho., 45 

O Mullin, Jo., 112 
Onan, Teage, 46S 
Oneal, Ann, 393 

, Daniel, 430 

, Katharin, 430 

Onge, Mary, 279 
Onion, Elizabeth, 227 

, George, 227 

Onyon, Robert, 94 
Oram, Jo., 70 
Orchard, Richard, 109 

, Thomas, 359 

Oree, Daniel, 437 
Oresby, Thomas, 430 
Orpen, John, 439 
Orris, George, 76 
Osborn, Osborne, Osbourn, 
Osbume 

, Alexander, 491 

, Elenor, 491 

, Jenkin, 172, 20S 



, John, 178, 228, 489 

, Mary, 228 

, Moses, 316* 

, Ralph, 182, 261 

, Richard, 40 

, Robert, 393 

, Saniell, 457 

, Thomas, 169, 177, 201 

219 



-, Walter, 318* 
j Osdell, John, 498 
I Osmotherly, Wm., 119 



INDEX. 



S57 



Ossebi'ooke, Tho., 141 
Otland, Ant"., 112 
Ottawell (or Ottowell), Tho- 
mas, 180, 232 

Ottway, Thomas, 175 

Ouerton, see Overton 

Ouills [i.e.. Wills], William, 
189 

Outmore, Robert, 128 

Outram, Robert, 483, see Ovv- 
tram 

Overbury, Heuiy, 428 

Overton, Robert, 482 

Owdell, Isack, 94 

Owdie, John, 65 

Owen, Anne, 440 

, David, 13s 

— , Elizabeth, 68 

, Evan, 312 

, John, 41 

, Lazarus, 313 

, Tho., 121 

, Wm., 40 

, see Owin 

Oweth, Hutinne, 152 

Owin, Beniamin, 179, 258, see 
Owen 

Owly (or Owlye), John, 267 

Ownstedd, Arnold, 142 

Owtram, Dorothy, 4S2, see 
Outram 

Ox (or Oxe), Robert, 365, 410 

Oxenbridge, Jo., 87 

Oxford, Michaell, 297 

PACE, Richard, 270 
Pacheco, Jacob, 450 

, Rebecah, 450 

Pack, Stephen, 137 

, Wm., 104 

Packe, Richard, 187, 253 
Packer, Thomas, 170 
Packson, Anne, 489 
Page, Elizabeth, 58 

-, Frances, 291 

, John, 87, 398 

, Katherin, 58 

, Lucea, 291 

, Margrett, 291 

, Mary, 87 

, Mathew, 71 

, Robert, 115, 291 

, Sara, 87 

, Susanna, 291 

, Tho., 58, 142 

, Wm., loi 

, see Paige 

Paget, William, Lord, 157 
Pagitt, Anthony, 217 
, Tho., in 



Paige, Sarah, 504, see Page 
Paily, Adrian, 457 
Pain, Elisabeth, 424, 432 

, Jonathan, 432 

, Robert, 424, 432 

, Susanna, 424 

, see Payn 

Paine, Dorothey, 293 

, Edward, 471 

, Elizabeth, 293 

,John, 179, 293, 449 

, Marey, 293 

, Robert, 154, 449 

, Sarah, 293 

, (or Payne), Silvauus, 

360, 364 

, Tobias, 504 

, Thomas, 293 

, see Payne 

Painter, EUn, 176 
Palache, Mordecali, 450 
Pall, Thomas, 227 
Palliday, Jo., 79 
Pallister, James, 40 
Palmer, Ann, 136 



165^ 



Ellis, 133 

Francis, 227 
, Geo., 86, 133 
, Joane, 210 
, John, 81, 114, 137, 
, 281, 342, 344, 467 
, Mrs., 171 
, Nicholas, 326, 330 
, Prisilla, 210 
, Rabecca, 124 
, Richard, 107, 133 
, Robert, 437 
, Samuell, 463 
, Thomas, 67, 140, 171, 



(or Pallmer), William, 

104, 127, 467 
Palmerley, Jo., 58 
Pancrtist, Anns, 87 
Panke, Richard, 142 
Panton, Mrs., 457 
Paple, Jo., 8 1 
Paramour, see Parramurc 
Pardy, Joseph, 39 
Pare, Edward, 504 
Paris, Parris 

, Ann, 423 

, Edward, 434, 457 

, Elisabeth, 434 

, George, 457 

, Jane, 431 

, Owen, 394, 398 

, Samuell, 445 

, Thomas, 425, 431, 448 



Paris, William, 423, 443 
Parish (or Parrish), Thoma-,, 

65, 187, 188, 252 
Park, Jo. de, 41 
Parke, Thomas, 189 
Parker, Charles, 135 

Daniell, 3"i8*, 319', 



322 



. Geo., 77 
-. John, 398 
-, Mary, 137 
-, Nathanuel, 300 



, Nicholas, 104 

■' Ralph, 350, 358, 373, 



319* 



374. 3S3. 398, 399 
, Richard, 318 

323, 441. 504 

, Robert, S3 

, Samuel, 134 

, Thomas, 59, 119, 202, 

447 



Walter, 109 

, William, 82, 188, 249, 

334, 337. 340 
Parkhurst, Ant°., 138 
Parkins, Andrew, 118 

, Gressam, 126 

•, Thomas, 194 



Parkinson, Dorithie, 194 
■, James, 74 



Parler, Symon, 73 

Parlin, John, 140 

Parmeton, Rabecca, 113 

Parnell, Edward, 86 

, John, 331 

, Walter, 179 

, William, 179, 25S 

Parr, Elisabeth, 422 

, Georg, 422 

, Jo., 127 

, Petronilia, 422 

PaiTamore, John, 264 

, (or Paramour), Ro- 
bert, 181, 2l8 

Parratt (or Parrett), John, 186, 
243 

PaiTeck, John, 377 

Parrett, see Parratt 

Parrie, Edward, 132, see Parry 

Parris, see Paris 

Parrish, see Parish 

Parry, John, 115 

, Morris, 84, 128 

, Wm., 115 

, see Parrie 

Parryer (or Purryer), Wm,, 44 

Parsons, Daniell, 342 

, Edward, 167, 436, 444 

, (or Parsones), Francis, 

395 



558 



lAWEX. 



T'iii-suns, Henry, 96 

, John, 102, 188, 235, 

316 

, Pliillipp, 96 

, Samuell, 237 

, Tho., 36, 331 

, (or Tassens), Thomas, 

326 

WiUiam, 431,483 



Pari, John, 465 

, Mary, 468 

, Robert, 465, 468 ' 

Tarter, Thomas, 186 
Partin, Parttin, Partten 

, Avis, 206 

, Margi-ett, 170, 206 

, Rebecca, 206 

, Robert, 170,206,267,26 

I'artrklge, Jo., 113 

, William, 167 

TVsar, Paul De, 198 
I'ascall, Plenry, 349 
Pascoll, James, 249 
Passeman, John, 208 
I'assens (or Parsons), Thonia'-, 

326 
Passmore, Jane, 227 
(or Pasmore), Thomas, 

175. 227 
Pastor, Barns, 435 
Patient, Arthnr, 104 

, Nathaniell, 102 

Pntric, Ann, 432 
Patrick, Tho,, 136 
Patten, James, 3*6* 'i\'\ 
Patteson, Edward, 43 
Pattison, James, 122 

, John, 193 

Pattman, Jo., 52 
Paty, Eliza, 393 
I'aul, Joseph, 327, 331 

, Richard, 327, 331 

, Robart, 334, 335, 340 

, Samuell, 351 

, Wm., 86 

Paulett (or Pawlett), Thomas, 

170, 207 
Paulson, Wm., 79 
Paiilus, Cordin, 453 
Pawlett, see Paulett 
Payn, Eleanor, 498, see Pain 
Payne, Anna, 65 

, Daniell, 65 

, Edward, 59, 62, 76 

• , Elizabeth, 113, 483 

, Jo., 65, 82, 93 

, Robert, 135 

(or Paine), Silvanus, 364 

, Suzan, 66 

- — , Tho., loi 



Payne, Tobias, 499 

, William, 65, 92 

, see Paine 

Payson, Giles, 46 

Payton, Hem-y, 195 

, Peter, 120 

, Robert, 36 

Pea, Urselah, 447 

Peach, Arthur, 79 

, Jonathan, 423 

, Sarah, 423 

Peacock, Charles, 109 

, Samuel, 427 

, Tho., 125, 139 

, Wm., 46 

, see Pecock 

' Pead, John, 210, 4S3, sec 
i Peede 

I , Thomas, 394 

I Peak, Christopher, 4S3 

Peake, Marie, 49 

I , Robert, 172, 222 

' , see Peke 

Peale, Larence, 246 

Pearce, Pearse, Pcerce, I'ecrse, 
Peirce, Peirse 

, Anth., 153 

, Benonj', 504 

, Edmond (or Eth\ard), 



, George, 438 

, Hester, 494 

, John, 393, 454, 507 

, Katherme, 507 

, Mr., 89, 90 

, Mrs., 229 

, Nicholas, 233 

, Richard, 343, 457 

(or Peare), Robert, 316, 

31S, 319, 319^ 324, 342 

, Thomas, 323 

, Wm., 271 

, see Pierce 



Pearcey, see Peircy 
Peams, Mr., igi 
Pears, John, 483 
Pearse, see Pearce 
Pearshouse, Chester, 396 
Pearson, Georg., 434 

, John, 393, 428 

, Prudence, 434 

■, Peirson, Pierceson 



Peas, Wm., 127 

Pease, Elisabeth, 422, 427 

, John, 278, 279 

, Robert, 278, 279 

— — , Ursula, 422, 427 
Peat, Jo., 46 
Peboddy, Francis, 45 
Pechey, Lambert, 396 



Peck, Francis, 73 

, Tho., 39 

Pecock, Robert, 483, see Pea- 
cock 

Pedder, Matthew, 497 

Pedler, Francis, 154 

, Robert, 154 

Pedro, John, 258 

Peede, John, 171, see Pead 

Peele, Lawrence, 185 

Peerce, see Pearce 

Peers, Elizabeth, 429 

, John, 429 

Peerse, see Pearce 

Peeter, , 242, 257, sie 

Peter 

Peeter.s, Mary, 205 

Pegden, Mr., 191 

Peirce, see Pearce 

Peirceson, John, 443, see Pear- 
son, Peirson 

Peircy (or Pearcey), Richard, 
316*, 317 

Peir.sby, Richard, 183 

Peirse, see Pearce 

Peirsey, Abraham, 217, 224 

, Elizabeth, 224 

, Mai-y, 224 

Peirson, Cutbert, 182 

(or Peireson), Edward, 



392, 397, 448 

, see Pearson, Peircesun 

Peke, IDennis, 71, see Peake 
Pell, Marie, 49 

, Richard, 52 

, Tho, 49 

Pellam, Penelopy, 60 

. Jo., 59 

Pdsant, Sampson, 194 

, Wolston, 194 

Pelteare, Abraham, 248 
Pelton, George, 231 
Pemberton, Charles, 50S 

, James, 508 

■ — , John, 508 

•, William, 508 



Pembroke, William, Earl of, 

156, 158 
Pemmell, Thomas, 396 
Pen, see Penn 
Pendleton, Mar]', 397 
Wm., 85 



Pendred, Robert, 52 
Penford, Tho., 138 
Penington, Jolui, 153, see Pen- 
nington 
Peniston, Richard, 303 
■, Samuell, 394 



Penn, Francis, 80 
, Robert, 233 



INDEX. 



559 



Penn (or Pen), William, 117, 

163 
Pennaird, Robert, 144 

, The, 144 

Penne, sec Penny 
Penniman, Jane, 395 
Pennington, \Vm., 132, see 

Penington 
Penrice, John, 186 
Penrise, Robart, 254 
Penson, The, 75 
Penny (or Penne), George, 51, 

320, 322 
( , or Pinney), 

John, 320*, 322, 325, 327, 

330, see Pinney 
I'epp [;'.<?., Pepper] 
Pepper, Fra., 121 

, Mary, 278, 279 

, Richard, 278, 279 

Peppet (or Peppett), Gilbert 

(or Gibert), 172, 272 
Perce, Jone, 174 

, Phcbe, 66 

, Richard, 38 

, Thomas, 440 

, Wm., 115, 174 

, see I'crse 

Percy, Annis, 52 

, Robert, 35 

, sec Persey 

Pereing, Sebasting, 504 
Perera, Isaac, 449, 450 
Perk, Elizabeth, 105 

, Isabell, 105 

, Margery, 105 

, Richard, 105 

Perkin, Elisabeth, 421 

, John, 421 

, Richard, 421 

, see Perkynn, P irk ins 

Perkins, Martin, 119 

, Robert, 122 

, William, 149 

, see Perkyns 

Perkinson, Elizabeth, 169 
Perk's, Ann, 79 
Perkynn, Martin, 40 

, Thomas, 71 

, see Perkin 

Perkyns, James, 36, see Per- 
kins 
Perley, Allin, 45 
Perpoynt, Henry, 79 
Perrie, see Perry 
Perridge, Job, 457, jtv Perwidg 
Perriman, John, 457, sec Perry- 
man 
Penin, Ilenry, 399 
, Margarett, 394 



Perrin, see Perryn 
Perrot, Samuel, 422 

, Sarah, 422 

Perrott, Ralph, 4S3 
Perry, Ben., 37 

, Dorothy, 37 

, Edward, 483 

, George, 271 

, Hugh, 143 

(or Perrie), John, 167, 

4S3 

, Jone, 429 

, Marie, 64 

, Mrs., 175 

, Samuell, 457 

, Tho., 37, 126 

, William, 266 

Perryman, Anne, 491 

(or Perriman), 



Richard, 483, 491 

-, see Perriman 



Perryn, John, 123, see Pen in 
Pers, Barbre, 290 

, Elizabeth, 290 

, John, 290 

, Judith, 290 

Perse, Nicholas, i6g 

, Richard, 178 

, see Perce 

Persey, Abra. , 269, see Percy 
Persi\'all, Andrew, 398 
Persons, Riciiard, 2S3 
Perwidg (or Perwidge), Job, 

394, see Perridge 
Pester (Pestor, or Lester), 

Thomas, 31S*, 319*, 323 
Peter (a Negro), 182 

, Isack, 38 

, John, 120 

, see Peeter 

Peterson, Francis, 431 

, John, 266 

, Lawrence, 429 

Petite, Bastian, 135 
Petley, Richard, 102 
Petter, 184 

, Samuell, 504 

Fetters (a Maid), 171 
Petting, Nic"., 114 
Pew, Elizabeth, S3 

, Jo., 114 

, Richard, 83 

Pewsie, Geo., no 
Phclomy, John, 483 
Phelpes, William, 316 
Phildust, Thomas, 222 
Philkyirn, Robert, 52 
Phillip, Phillipes, Phillipp, 

Phillips, Phillipps 
, 1 88 



Phillip, Eliazer, 396 

, Elizabeth, 96, 242 

, Elmer, 170 

■ — , Henry, 1 82 

, James, 102 

■, John, 38, 40, 74, 116, 



19s 



-, Mai-y, 490 



, Phillip, 44 

, Richard, 83, 126 

, Thomas, in, 127, 

173, iSo, iSs, 236, 242 

William, 74, 143, 3:8, 



343, 483, 490 
Philmott, John, 236 
Philpe, Richard, 75 
Philpott, John, 41 

■, Phillipp, 40 



Phinloe, 229 
Phinnei, Richard, 135 
Phil^pin, Judith, 43 

(Phippen, or Shippin), 



William, 334, 337, 341 
Pliipi^s, Thomas, 141 
■ — , Sir William, 

165* 
Phlinton, Pharow, 1S6 
Picke, Andrew, 153 
Pickering, John, 129 
, Mr., 429 



164'', 



Pickett, Adam, 353 
Piclvford, Robert, 397 
Picto, F'rend, 71 
Piddington, Christopher, 82 
Piddock, Wm., 395 
Pidgion, Robert, 192, see 

Pigeon 
Pierce, Danyell, 28 1 
, Elisabeth, 230, 42; 



429 



, John, 139 
-, Jone, 224 
-, Richard, 230, 435 
-, Steven, 118 
-, Thomas, 70, 422 
-, William, 224, 240 
-, see Pearce 



Pigeon, Jo., 122, see Pidgion 
Piggott, John, 457 

, Walter, 138 

, Wm., 79 



Pike, Grace, 490 

, John, 139 

, Oliver, 4S3, 490, 495 

Pile, Sarah, 483 

, Theophiliis, 4S3 

, Wm., 394 

Pilgrim, Thomas, 445, 457 
PiUdnton, Margrett, 235 
, William, 235 



56o 



INDEX. 



Pillard, Benjamin, in 
Pilson, Edward, 397 
Pim, Thomas, 410 
Pinchback, Thomas, 4S3 
Pinder, Joanna, 59 

, Katherin, 59 

, see Pynder 

Pine, Richard, 318* 319*, 

323 
Pinffe, Henry, 182 
Pinke, Henery, 241 

■ -■ John, 395 

Pinkley, John, 128 

Pinney, Azarias, 318*, 320, see 

Penny 
Pinsen, William, 184 
Pinson, Samuel, 318*, 319*, 

323 

Piper, James, called the, 188 

, Wm., 393 

Pippin, Mathew, 67 

Pirkins, Widow, 457, sec Per- 
kins, &c. 

Piscer, Elizabeth, 123 

, Robert, 123 

Pitcher, Tho., 79 

Pitney, Pitnei, Pittnei 

, Margaret, 56 

— , Samuell, 56 

J Sara, 56 

Pitt, John, 440 

, Richard, 36 

, Thomas, 342 

, VVm., 140 

, see Pitts 

Pittman, Arthur, 483 

, Christo., 193 

, Henry, 319, 320*, 325 

(or Puttman), Wm., 

319, 320*, 325 

Pittnei, see Pitney 

Pitts, Francis, 184 

, George, 466 

, Hugh, 483 

, John, 327, 329, 465, 466 

, Thomas, 13S. 3I6^ 31? 

, William, 316, 317*, 343 

, see Pitt 

Pit way, Mary, 121 

, Robert, 121 

Pix, Richard, 389 

Place, John, 39, 308 

, Peter, 131 

Plant, Mathew, 113 

, William, 236 

Piatt, John, 396 

, Lawrence, 84 

Play, Wm., 365, 387, 404, 

414 
Plomer, Wm., 141 



Plowman, Mathew, 165 

, William, 466 

Pluifier [?>., Plummer], John, 

394 
Plumley, George, 326, 330 

'or Plumly), John, 446, 



457 

Plunckett, Geo., 52 
Plunket, Edward, 74 
Plunkett, Rowland, 74 
Tho., 74 



Pockett, William, 483 
Podd, Samuel, 59 
Poet, Georg., 431 
Poke, James, 440 

, Rice, 136 

Polegreen, John, 395 
Pollard, Abraham, 334, 338, 
340 

, Heniy, 508 

, John, 457 

, Joseph, 397 

, Richard, 457 

, Sarah, 50S 

, Tho.-, 153 

Pollen, John, 145 
PoUentin, John, 182 

, Margrett, 182 

, Rachell, 182 



PoUington, Charles, 71 
-, John, 272 



Pomell, Elizabeth, 173 
Pomeroy (Pomre, Pumrey, 

Pumroy, or Jumrey), Daniel, 

332. 338, 340 

(or Pomrey), James, 



326, 329 

Theophilus, 434 



Pomfrett, Thomas, 316", sec 

Pumfrett 
Pon, Michel Du, 198 
Pond, Rebecca, 299 
Ponnt (Pound, or Pount), Tho., 

72, see Pownd 
Pontes [PPountes], John, 174 
Poole, Edward, 284 

, Daniell, 235 

(or Pool), Jeremiah, 316, 

317. 343 

, John, 340 

, Robert, 86, 224 

, Simon, 334, 335, 340 

(or Pool), Sylvester, 316* 

318, 343 

, Tho., 116, 272 

Pooler, Elizabeth, 507 

, Richard, 507 

, Thomas, 507 

Pooley, Grivell, 172, 215 
Pooly, Jo., 112 



Poor, Poore, Pore 

, Abram, 83 

, Alee, 300 

, Anne, 465, 466 

, Danyell, 300 

, David, 496 

, Elizabeth, 496 

— — , Innocent, 195 

, Mary, 397 

, Michaell, 463, 465, 466 

, Miles, 397 

, Peirce, 463, 467 

, Peter, 483 

, Richard, 442 

, Samuel, 300 

Pope, Anto., 143 

, Charles, 395 

, Elizabeth, 187, 256 

, George, 178 

, Humphery, 333, 337, 

340 

, Jo., 124 

, Thomas, 193 

Popeley (or Popely), Richard, 

182, 256 
Popkin, Thomas, 178, 229 
Popleton, William, 212 
Popple, Magnus, 398 
Pore, sec Poor 
Porte, Nicholas, 145 
Porter, Abraham, 175, 225 

■ , Edmond, 137 

, Edward, 135 



, Hem-y, 102 

-, James, 348, 363, 368, 



3S8, 389, 400, 406 

, Jane, 423 

, John, 71, 286 

, Luke, 316, 318, 342 

, Martha, 129 

, Mathew, (&c.), 32G, 

33° 
, Peeter, (&c.), 188, 244, 

262 



, Richard, 286 

, Robert, 40, 423, 483 

, alias Thomas, Peter, 

423 
Portman, Christopher, 398 
Poslett (or Posslet), Richard, 

395, 467 

, Thomas, 94 



Postell, Wm., 105 

Pott, Elizabeth, 174, 223 

, John, 174, 221, 223 

, Wm., 73 

, see Potts 

Potter, Ann, 260 

, Francis [Frances], 97 

, Georg., 434 



INDEX. 



561 



Potter, Hem-y, 183, 260 

, Jo., 104 

, Joseph, 98 

, Rebecca, 495 

, Robert, 483 

, Vyncent, 76 

, 'Williani, 66, 97 

Pottle, Christopher, 396 
Potts, Anto., 104, see Pott 
Poulter, Tho., 129 
Pound (Fount, or Ponnt), 72, 

see Pownd 
^Pountes (Pontes), John, 174 
'ovey, Richard, 159* 
'.^wel, Caleb, 421, 426 

, Elizabeth, 421, 426 

, Mary, 421, 426 

I'owell, Arthur, 397 

, Uaniell, 151 

, Cathren, 184 

, Elizabeth, 114 

■ , Gody, 189 

, Jacob, 316'' 

, James, 84 

, John, 184, 246, 273 

, Kathren, 246, see 

Powell, Cathren 

— , Mary, 71 

-, Micell (or Michaell), 



334, 336. 340 

, Richard, 74 

, Robert, 304 

, Samuel, ill 

, Thomas, 82, 181, 189, 

236, 263 

, Wm., 73, 86 

(or Powle), Wm., 270 



Preston, Eliz., 131 
, George, 138 

, Jo-. 131 

, Joseph, 127 



, Lawrence, 85 

, Marie, 13 1 



, Mathew, 135 

, Richard, 51, 122 

, Roger, 53, 171, 210 

, Sara, 131 



Powis, Tho., Carnocke, 452 
Powle, Nathaniell, 269 

(or Powell), Wm., 270 

Pownd, Jo., 103, see Pound , 

Pownder, Garret, 36 

Poyer, Thomas, 483 | 

Poyett, Luce, 293 

Pran, Georg., 181 

Prater, Thomas, 246 

Pratt, Isabell, 178, 229 

, Isack, 52 

, Richard, 139, 269 

, Thomas, 96 

Praul, John, 402 

Preett, Jacob, 450 

Preist, Henry, 316*, 317*, 343 

, Lawrence, 316* 

, Thomas, 316, 318, 343 

, see Priest 

Pressey, Henry, 297 
Preston, Daniell, 70 
. (or Frestton), Edward, 

43. 438. 448 



, Wm., 131 

Preswell, Wm,, 445 

Prew, John, 318*, 320*, 323 

Price, Ann, 203 

, Edward, 175, 193, 489 

. Henry, 457, 4S3 

, Hugh, 170, 204 

, John, 125, 170, 203, 204, 

266, 319, 360, 37S, 392, 396, 
397, 462, 468, see Urice 

, Judith, 204 

, Margaret, 468 

, Mary, 203 

, Mathew, 125, 483 

, Peter, 104 

, Rebecca, 92 

— — , Richard, 67 

, Tho., 128 

, Walter, 214 

, William, 142, 169, 202, 

442, 483 

, see Prise, Pryse 

Prichard, Henry, 186 

, John, 70 

, Joseph, 136 

, Margaret, 82 

, IMaximiUian, 142 

'- , Thomas, 95, 177, 



192 



-, Wm., 39, 136 
-, see Pritchard 



Prichett, Margci-y, 187 

, Miles, 187, see Piickett 

Prickett, Miles, 245, 273, see 
Prichett 

, Thomas, 194 

Friday, Samuel, 75 

Prideaux, Nicholas, 330, 343, 

424. 457 

•, Rebecca, 424 [&c. 



Frier, Jo., 130, .t^f Fryer, Prior, 
Priest, Walter, 173, see Preist 
Primatt, Humphry, 395 
Prince, Anth°., 441 
John, 443 



Prior (or Pryor), John, 327,330, 

see Prier, Fryer, Pryor 
Prise, Edward, 226 

, Thomas, 1 90 

, see Price, Pryce 



Pritchard, Thomas, 221, set 

Prichard 
Procter, Ant"., 1 12 

, John, 59, 266 

— , Marie, 59 

, Martha, 59 

, Wm., 1 28 

Proctor, AUis, 231 

, John, 179, 231 

, Mrs., 179 

Frophett, Jacob, 191 
Prosser, Thomas, 40 
Prouse(or Prowse), George, 181 

231 
Frothers, Thomas, 324, 460 , 
Front, Edward, 421 ^^^ 

, Katherine, 421 y^ 

, Thomas, 421 ^^ 

, Timothy, yi^lIT, 381, 

396, 401 \ 

ProN\'d, Ralph, 73 
Prowse, see Prouse 
Pryce, Howell, 141 

, Launcelot, 37 

, Thomazin, 37 

, see Price, Prise 

Fryer, Daniell, 130 

, Peter, 105 

, see Frier, Prior, Pryor 

Prynie, Edmond, 103 

Prym \i.e., Frymm], Jane, n6 

Fiynn, Wichell, 125 

Pryor (or Prior), John, 327, 

330, see Prier, Piyer 
Puddiford, John, 442 
Pngett, Christopher, 172 
Puggett, Cesar, 238 
Pullin, Edward, 41 
Pumfrett, Ann, 483, see Pom- 

frett 
Pumrey, &c., see Pomeroy 
Purefoy, Samuell, 154 
Purefray (Purfrey, or Purfry), 

Thomas, 180, 247 
Purnell, Richard, 41 

, Thomas, 125 

Purryer, Alyce, 44 

, Kathren, 45 

, Mary, 45 

, Sana, 45 

(or Pan-yer), Wm., 44, 

45 
Pursell, Tho., 136 
Pursley, James, 499 
Furss, Wm., 472 
Purstynn, Henry, 39 
Puttex, AVilliam, 40 
Pultman, see Pittmau 
Pye, Edward, 460 
— , Georg,, 426 

71 



S62 



INDEX. 



Pynch, Tho., 115 
Pynder, Anna, 59 

, Francis, 59 

. Jo-, 59 

, Margaret, 133 

, Marie, 59 

, Maiy, 59 

■ , Sir Paul, 159 

, Tymothie, 133 

, see Finder 

I'yndon, Alice, 118 
Pynkslon, John, 135 

QAY, Abraham, 449 

Quaile, Ann, 192 

Quale, Hugh, 505 

Quant, Henry, 333, 336, 340 j 

Quarree, Robert, 467 | 

Quarrier, James, 94 

Querk, John, 398 1 

Querke, Richard, 505 

, ^Yilliam, 188, 251 

Quesnee, Pierre, 199 
Quicke, Elizabeth, 152 
(or Quick), Thoma'^, 

317*, 319*, 324 
Quiggen, John, 484 
Quillin, Teague, 127 
Quintin, Roger, 113 
Quinton, Henry, 36 
Quintyne, Heniy, 337, 390, 

508 

, Richard, 398 

, Thomas, 508 

Quithor, Geo., 125 

Qiiyle, Jo., 125 

Quyuie (or Q'ny), Wm., 104, 

122 

RABEV, Kathren, 292 

Raddish, Jo., 79 

Radford, Cornelius, 316, 318, 

343 

, Plenrie, 134 

-, John, 428 



Rainy, James, 347, 348, 366, 
384, 404, 405 

, Luke, 400 

Ralye, see Railey, Rayley 

Ram, George, 98 

■ , Tho., 84 

Ramsey, Jo., 119 

, Roas, 505 

, Robert, 132, 425 

RamshaNv, AYilliam, 181, 237 

Rand, Isaac, 386, 391, 392, 
418 

Randall (or Rendell), Bartho- 
lomew, 333, 33S, 340 

— , Hemy, 316 

. . Wm., 69 



-, Richard, 356, 361, see 



Ratford 
Rafife, Robert, 191 
Ragg, Isaac, 378, 491 

, Katherine, 491 

, Susanna, 491 

Railey (Rawley, or Ralye), 

Andrew, 175, 1S4, 228, see 

Rayley 
Rainolds, Richard, 41, see 

Reynolds 
Rainsecrofte, Jo., 140 
Rainsford, Edward, 93, 401, 

448 
. , John, 484 



Randolph, Edward, 163, 163*, 

165 
Ranke (or Rauke), Richard, 

I go 
Ranse, ^\'m , 41 
Ranton, see Rayntoii 
Rapen, William, 73 
Rapier, Richard, 182 
Rapson, Andrew, 327, 330 
Rasbottom, Tho., 38 
Rastell, Henry, 83 
Ratclife, Ratlife, Ratliffe 

, Ann, 208 

, Elkinton, 174, 236 

, Isack, 20S 

Roger, 170, 208 



Ray, Jo., 125 

Rayley, Jonas, 170, see Kailey, 

&c. 
Rayment, Ann, 434 
Raymie, see Rayne 
Raymon, John, 441 
Raymond, Arthur, 123 
Raymont, AVilliam, 240 
Raynard, Elizabeth, 113 
Raynberd, Niccholas, 262 
Rayne (Raynes, Raynnc, ni- 

Rayinne), Francis, 87, 162 

, Sarah, III, j(^t' Raymif 

Ka)'ner, Raynor 

, Edward, 281 

, Elizabeth, 280, 281 

, Joane, 226 

, Joseph, 281 

, Lidia, 281 

', Sarah, 281 

, Thurston, 280, 2S1 

, AS'assell, 175, 226 

, \Yilliam, 427 

Raynes, Raynne, see Rayne 
Raynor, see Rayuer 
Raynton, Elizabeth, 105 

(or Ranlun), Sir 



Ratford, Francis, 115 

(Rattford, or Radford), 

Richard, 356, 361, 365, 370, 

398, 410, 412, 413 
Ratlife, see Ratclife 
Rauen, see Raven 
Raughton, Ezekiah, 202 

— , Margrett, 202 

, see Rawton 

Rauke (or Ranke), Richard, 

190 
Raven, Christopher, 505 
Ra^■enett, William, 174 
Ravenscroft, Benjamin, 400 
Ravish, James, 112 
Rawlin, Rawlines, Rawlings, 

Rawlins 

Beniamin, 443 



, Henry, 139 

. , Jane, 66 

, John, Senr., 303 

John, 80, 449, 4S4 



-, Wm., 470 



Rawse, Ricliard, 170 
Rawson, Chr., 1 93 
Rawton, Esaias, 169, 

Raughton 
Ray, Abram, 68 



(or 



(or 



Nicholas, 47, 60 
Read, Anthony, 182 
— ; — , George, io5 

. Hamia, 284 

, James, 40 

■ (or Reid), Justice 

Judge), 106, 498 

, Lusan, 284 

, Mabell, 106 

, Marmaduke, Si 

, Mary, 468 

(or Reid), Osmond 

Symon), 334, 337, 340 

, Ralph, 106 

(or Reede), .Stephen (or 

Steeven, 95, 187, 253 

, Susan, 284 

(or Rcade), Thomas, 241, 

267, 443, 468 

, William, 67, 106, 113, 

284 

, see Reed, Reid 

Reading, Robert, 430, see 
Reding, Redding 

Reason, Barbarie, 75 

I , James, 86 

I , John, 326 

j , Ralph, 50 

I , Thomas, 330 

Rebbell, Wm., iii 
I Reddam, John, 94 
I Reddhedd, John, 40, see Red- 
( head 



INDEX. 



5^3 



Redclin, Katherine, 402 
Redding, Hemy, 36 

, James, 35 

. Jeremy, 37 

, sec Reading, Reding 

Xeddish, John, 178, 230 

■ , Wm., 127 

Reddman, Jo., 121 

, Thomas, 70 

, Wm., 102 

, sec Redman 

Redes, Roger, 179 

Redford (or iieeford), John, 

132 

Redhead, Christopher, 177, 
232, see Reddliedd 

Reding, John, igi, sec Read- 
ing, Redding 

Redman, Richard, 4S4, see 
Reddman 

Reed, Elizabeth, 152 

, La^wence, 446 

, see Read, Reid 

Reefe, Mary, 190 

Reeford (or Redford), John, 132 

Reene (or Reeve), Nathanall, 
170 

Rees, Anne, 465 

, Elizabeth, 465 

, Thomas, 176 

Reese, Bartholomew, 471 

, Bennett, 471 

, Lawrance, 507 

, Theadosia, 507 

Reeue, Reeues, see Reeves 

Reeves, Reeve, Reevs 

, Edward, 434 

. John, 42, 319, 319*, 



(or Reene), Nathanall, 
, Thomas, Si, 145, 299, 



Rennam, Ezechell, 12S 
Renney, John, 462 

-, Jmu-., 463 



Rennj', Teague, 484 

Junr., 4S4 



Rensby (or Reusbv), Heniy, 

153 

Rentfree, Robert, 484 

Resbnrie, Jo., 79 

Reusby (or Rensby), llenry, 

153 
Revell, James, 136 
Reynolds, Reignolds, Heinolds 

, 192 

■, Christopher, S3, 1S2, 



241 



— , Hugh, 368, 380 
— , James, 427 
— , Jean, 4S4 
— , John, 50, 82 
— , Mr., 174, 437 
— , Nico., 120 
— , Paule, 180 
— , Richard, 67 
— , Robert, 192 
— , Sarah, 2S0 
— , Simon, 494 
— , Susanna, 438 

Thomas, Si, 123, 



Richardson, John, 104, II 3, 

342. 344, 432. 434. 436 

, Leonard, 125 

, Luke, 115 

, Manley, 129 

, Margaret, 426 

Mary, 430, 484, 



491 



-, Nicholas, 505 

-, Richard, 142, 426 

-, Robert, 50, 128 

-, Symon, 95 

-, Tho., 103 

-, William, 134, 179, 



240, 430 
Richbell, John, 401 

, Richard, 400 

Robert, 401, 4S4 



128, 43S, 457 ^ 

-, see Rainolds 



170 
505 



Wm., 72 

Reid, Adanie, 505 

, John, 505 

, see Read, Reed 

Reignolds, Reinolds, see Rey- 
nolds 

Reid, Gabriell, 131 

Renungton, Remmington 

, Alice, 96 

, Elizabeth, 96 

, Phillipp, 95 

Remnant, James, 400 

, Jone, 400 

Ren, Clare, 219 

Renalles, Paule, 234 

Rendell (or Randall), Bartho- 
lomew, 333 



Reynoldson, Thomas, 447 

Riall, Alice, 113, .fiV Ryale 

Ricai-d, Peter, 126 
I Rice, James, 402 
I , John, 402 

, see Ryce 

I Rich, Roliert, 401, 402, 444, 

463 
Richard, 221, 251 

' , Tames, 396, 401 

, Jo., 74 [484 

Richards, John, 85, 125, 162*, 

, Katherin, S3 

, Latimer (or Laty- 

mcre), 433, 461 

, Nathaniell, 150 

, Richard, 231 

Robert, 40, 316*, 



j Riches, Andrew, 433 

I , Samuel, 433 

; Richier, Isaac, 166 
Rickard, Margaret, 113 

1 , Samuel, 358, 362 

i Ricord, Charles, 396, 400 
j Ricrofte, James, 35 
I Riddall, Sara, 174 
Riddell, William, 104 
Riddlesden, Marie, 59 
Ridgdell, William, 36 
Ridge, Jo., 115 

"-, Tho., 115 

Ridges, Richard, III 
Ridgeway, Ann, 490 

, Elizabeth, 490 

, Nathaniel, 490 

, see Ridgway 

Ridgley, Tlio., 36 
Ridglie, Geo., 74 
Ridgway, Joseph, 462 
Mary, 461 



318, 342, 471 

Thomas, 40, 85, 



Ridley, Daniell, 362 

, Elizabeth, 133 

, George, 399 

, Richard, 48 

Robert, 133 



9. 50s 

-, Wm., 195 



Richardson, Anthony, 491, 496 

, Daniell, 339 

, David, 4S4 

, Elisabeth, 426 

, George, 62, 484, 



491 



Henrie, 137 



Rigglie, Robert, III 
Rigliton, William, Senr., 304 
Riley, Elizabeth, 102 

, Garrett, 35 

, Miles, 35 

, Tho., 133 

Rilsden, Charles, 116 
Rimwell, Adam, 260 
Ripen, see Ripping 
Riply, Richard, 371 
Rippin, AUin, 121 

■, Nicholas, 94 



Ripping (or Ripen), 

topher, 177, 219 
, Ellis, 208 



Chris- 



71—: 



5^4 



INDEX. 



Risby, Thomas, 183 

Rishford, Geo., 50 

Rising, James, 132 

Riskymer [Riskymmer], Nicho- 
las, 69 

Risley, Cressent, 484 

Risson, Judith, 450 

Ri^■ers, John, 314 

, William, 505 

Roach, William, 470 

Roads, George, 183 

Roades, Margreat, 179 \ Rodes 

Roane, Bancks, 399 

Rons, Ramsey, 505 

Roass, Thomas, 505 

Robard's, James, 52 

Robb, Elizabeth, 143 

■ , Ellin, 143 

Robbison, Jdeth, 465 

, John, 46s 

Robensone, Ellen, 292 

Robert, 100, 192, 239, sec 
Robertt 

Roberts, Blanch, 87 

, Edward, 38, 116, 425, 

462 

, James, 178 

■ , John, 112, 312, 435 

, John, ap., 190 

, Joseph, 150 

, Robert, 75 

, Thomas, 64, 190 

, Wra., 399. 

, sec Roberlts 

Robertson, Nic°., 93 

Robertt , 292, sec Ro- 
bert 

Robertts, Christopher, 194 

■ , William, 194 

■ , see Roberts 

Robesonn, James, 220 
Robins, Edward, 127 

, John, 164*, 316, 463 

, The, 83 

Robinson, AUexander, 399, 498 

, Ann, 425 

, C, 436 

, Christopher, 16O*, 

167 



David, 52, 495 

, Edward, 38, 484 

, Elizabeth, 93 

, Henrie, 114 

, Isack, 130 

, James, 143, 460 

, Jeremy, 296 

, John, 52, 85, 94, 95, 

140, 187, 251; 426, 460, 505 

1 Joseph, 461 

, Joyce, 121 



Robinson, Kat., 94 

■ , Leonarcl, 142, 425 

, Maniiss, 484 

, Mathew, 95 

, Mary, 94, 124 

, Richard, 182, 457 

, Sir Robert, 164* 

, Robert, 43, 484 

— , Sara, 93 

-, Thomas, 71, III, 



141, 4S4 

-, William, So, 193, 



425, 457. 4S4 
Robinsonn, Mathcwe, 244 
Robisoim, Richard, 249 
Robson, Thomas, 163, 163* 
Robotham, William, 402 
Roch, William, 470 
Rockly, Raph, 194 
Rocks, Michell, 41 
Rodes, Tho., 135, see Roads 
Rodeway, sec Rodway 
Rodgers, George, 180 

(or Rogers), John, 



333. 335. 338 

sec Rogers 



Rodman, John, 484 

, , Junr., 484 

Sarah, 484 



Rodrigiis, Anthony, 449 

Rods, John, 39 

Rodway (or Rodeway), Stephen, 

333. 337. 340 
Roe (or Row), Christopher, 

316*. 317*, 343 

, Edward, 103 

, Margaret, 460 

, Robert, 52 

, Tho., 75 

, sec Row, Rowe 

Roed's, Roger, 225 
Roett, Lsaac, 448, 457 
Rofe, Barbai'y, 131 

, Wm., 143 

Roffin, Wm., 112 
Rogers, Anne, 493 

, Bryan, 257 

, David, 427 

, Edward, 262 

, Ellener, 102 

, Georg. , 232 

, Henry, 37 

, James, 66 

. John, 63, 125, 143, 



484. 493 

(Rodgers, or Roggers), 



John, 316, 31S, 333, 335, 

338. 340. 343 

, Kaiherine, 493 

, Mary, 129, 423 



Rogers, Mathew, 7° 

, Michael, 432 

, Mr., 423 

, Nathaniel, 1 19 

, Raph, 193 

, Richard, HI 

, Roger, 423 

, Sym., 107 

, Tho., 124, 125 

— , Wm., 94 

Rogerson, Ellin, 102 

, Theoder, 124 

Roker, Arthur, 71 

Rolfe, Elizabeth, 174, 223 

, James, 209 

, John, 270, 271 

, Robert, 135 

Rolinson, John, 37 
Rolles, Jo., 80 
RoUright, Margaret, 67 
Rolls, Benedict, 119 
Romney, Tho., 82 

Sir William, 155 



Romsey, James, 38 
Rooby, Martin, 153 
Rookeman, Rookman 

, John, 93 

— , Elizabeth, 93 



Rookines (or Rookins), \V1 

liam, 183, 260 
Roome, Thomas, 507 
Root, John, 238 
Roote, Mary, 97 

, Nicholas, 177 

, Ralph, 92 

Ropear, AUes, 292 

, Elizabeth, 292 

, John, 292 

Roper, Clement, 217 

, Hanna, 51 

, Margaret, 423 

, Thomas, 191 

-, William, 423 



Rosdell, Tho., 84 
Rosden, Wm., 132 
Rose, Christopher, 399 

, Daniell, 102, 278 

, Dareas, 278 

, Elizabeth, 278, 484 

, John, 176,278,316,316* 

317. 317* 

, Margery, 279 

, Mary, 278 

, Rebecca, 207 

, Robert, 278, 279 

, Samuell, 278 

, Sarah, 278 

, Susanna, 426 

, Thomas, 240 

, William, 342, 344, 432 



INDEX. 



56s 



Roseter, Thomas, 154 
Rosmaii, James, 152 
Ross, William, 399 
Kosse, Henry, 133 

, John, 484 

, Phillip, 471 

, Rebecca, 171 

, Thomas, 161, 267 

Rosser, Humphrey, 427 

Roswell, Mr., 183 

Roth, Richard, 400 

Rottrie, Sophia, 109 

Rou, Jan le, 198 

Rouse, Calelj, 470, 471, sec 

Rowse 
Rousell, George, 317, ja* Row- 
sell 
Rovenson, John, 156 
Row (or Roe), Christopher, 

316*, 317*, 343 

■ , Lawrence, 400 

• , Nich., I $4 

, Peter, 326, 329 

, see Roe 

Rowe, Anne, 457 

, Mary, 262 

• , Nicholas, 262 

, see Roe 

Rowes, John, 183 

Rowinge (or Rownige), Henry, 

172, 217 
Rowland, Jo., 132 

, Richard, 82 

Rowles, Henrie, 135 
Rowlidge, Jo., 117 
Rowlson, Francis, no 

, Thomas, 236 

Rowlston, Sionell [?Lionell], 

254 
Rownige (or Rowinge), Henry, 

172, 217 
Rowse, Thomas, 447, sec 

Rouse 
Rowsell, George, 316*, see 

Rousell 
Rowse well, Thomas, 316 
Rowsley, Elizabeth, 191 

-, William, 191 

Rowton, Ann, 62 

, Edmond, 62 

, Richard, 62 

Roy, Hugh Le, 123 

, Jerome, Le, 199 

Royall, Joseph, 169, 202 

, Sibill, 229 

Koydon, Wm., 399 
Royston, Thomas, 118 
Ruce, Roger, 240, sec Reuse 
Ruck, John, 4S4 
Rud, Symon, 472 



Rudge, Jo., 140 

, Thomas, 401 

Rudle, Robert, 402 
Rudston, Eliz., 118 
Ruese, Roger, 174, sec Ruce 
Ruggells, Barbaric, 46 
Jo., 46 



119, 



Rul, Elisabeth, 438 
Rule, Thomas, 401 

, Wm., 136 

Rumball, Tho., 132 
Rumell, Adam, 182 
Rumley, Elisabeth, 431 
Rumsey, Joseph, 430 
Rundall, Edward, 457 
Rusco, Jlarie, 57, 

, Rabecca, 57 

, Samuel, 57 

, Sara, 57 

, Wm., 57 

Rush, Clinion, 219 

, William, 81 

Rushbrook, Henry, 484 
Rushmore, George, 1S2 
Russell, Edward, 401, 426 

, Francis, 132, 167 

, George, 54, 342 

, James, i5o* 

, John, 36, 10, 

I So, 224 

, Katherin, 71 

, Phillip, 505 

, RandoliDh, 162* 

, Thomas, 472 

Rutten, Elizabeth, 180 
Rutter, Daniell, 316, 317, 342 

, Tho., 74 

Ryale, Joseph, 218, sec Riall 
Ryce, Ann, 1 1 7, see Rice 
Rycord, Hamuell, 484 
Rycraft, Sara, 484 
Ryder, Symon, 399 
Rydie, James, 115 
Ryle, Tho., 117 
Rymes, Henry, 39 
Rymore, Allexander, 4S4 

SABYN, Geo., 142 

(or Sabin), Robert, 

96, 186, 250 

Sacker, John, 261 

Sad, Abraham, 296 

Sadd, Richard, 95 

Saddock, Tho., 137 

Sadler, Hugh, 70 

, Rowland, 116 

, Thomas, 342, 344, 485 

Saford (or Safford), Christo- 
pher, 171, 211 

Sage, Jan, 198 



Sage, Richard, 506 
Saie, Wm., 125, see Say 
Saiewell, Arthur, 83 

, Francis, 70 

, James, 93 

, Robert, 93 

Suzan, 94 



Sailes, Richard, 404 [162 

St. Albans, Henry, Earl of, 
?St. Parlin, Thomas, 141 
Saires, Geo., 86, see Sares 
Sakell, Samuell, 135 
Saker, Jo., 116 
— — , Marie, 1 16 

, Tho., 115 

Salford, John, 186, 250, 273 

, Maiy, 186, 250 

, Robert, 186, 250, 273 

, Sara, 190 



Salisbury, Robert, Earl of, 156 
Sail, Edward, 70 
Salmon, Joseph, 437, 458 

, Margaret, 437 

, Peter, 135 

, Wm., Si 

Salsbury, William, 192 
Salt, Samuell, 404 
Salter, Edward, 103 

, Elizabeth, 174, 223 

, George, 409 

, James, 326, 329 

, John, 185 

, Nicholas, 317*, 319*, 324 

, Rich., 407 

, Richard, 342, 462 

, Robert, n8 

Saltonstall, Merriall, 59 
Richard, 59 



Salvadge, Ensign, 274 
Robert, 18 



38. 505 



Sam, Gregory, 153 

, John, 318*, 319" 

.Sanies, Elizabeth, 102 
Samond, Wm. , 72 
Sampson, John, 330, 330, 
Samuell, 290 
Sams, John, 323 
Sandby, Tho., 38 
Sanderick, see Standerwick 
Sanders, Alexander, 173, 238 

, Benj=., 404 

, David, I Si 

, George, iSl 

, Henery, 217 

, John, 154, 194, 351, 

411, 447 

, Richard, 177, 219 

, William, 330, 342, 44.2 

, sec Saunders, Sawnders 

Sanderwick, sec Staudenvick 



566 



INDEX. 



Sandford, John, 408 
Sandifoi-d, Charles, 469 

, Heni-y, 404 

, John, 470 

[ ?], Richard, 469 

Sandley, Robert, 82 
Sandome, Richard, 406 
Sand" , see Sanders, Saunders 
Sands, Sand's 

, Anthony, 436 

, David, 233 

, George, 174. 234 

, Isaac, 436 

, William, 179, 236 

Sandwich, Edward, Earl of, 

162 
Sandy, Robert, 318*, 319*, 

324 
Sandys, George, 270 
Sanford, Roger, 142 
Sankey, Hamblet, 135 

• -, Robert, 60 

Sankster, Eliz., 118 
Sansom, Richard, 78 
Santen, Lucas, 165 
Sape, Marey, 295 
Sapster, Bridget, 467 

, William, 462, 467 

Sai-acole, Jo., 69 
Sarah, Mordecah, 450 
Sares, Wm., 86, see Saires 
Satchill, Wm., 119 
Sauewell, Daniell, 195 
Samidby, Michell, 118 
Saunders, Edward, 122 

, John, 117, 387 

, Judith, 48 

, Lea, 48 

, Marie, 48 

, IMartin, 47, 48 

, Mary, 37 

■ , Rachell, 47 

, Thomas, 102, 122 

, William, 121, 316, 

31S. 327 



see Sanders, Sawn- 
ders 
Saunderson, Jo., 135, 485 

, Robert, 486 

, Tho., 112 

Savadge, Robert, 259 

, Thomas, 189, 256 

Savage, Ann, 263 

, Edward, 39, 51 

, Thomas, 45, 263 

Savery, John, 469 
Savoiy, Wm., 1 19 
Sawcott, Jo., 52 [217 

Sawell, Thomas, 120, 172, 
Sawier, Thomas, 225 



Sawier, William, 175, 232 

, see Sawyer 

.Sawkynn, Wm., 106 

Sawnders, Edward, 126 

, Jo., 128 

, see Sanders, Saun- 
ders 

Sawter, Roger, 64 

Sawyer, Margarett, 4S5 

, Thomas, 182 

, ^Villiam, iSo 

, see Sawier 

Sawyers, Charles, 465 

, Elizabeth, 465 

Say, Geo., 63, see Sale [159' 

Say & Sele, William, Lord, 

Sayer, William, 35 [319 

Scaniplyn (or Kemplyn), John, 

Scar, Stephen, 442 

Scarburgh, Edward, 162 

Scarfield, William, 120 

Scarsbrick, Wm., 50 

Scawell (or Seawell), Richard, 
485 

Schenckingh, Amarinzia, 490 

■ , Benj"., 490 

(or Shenkingh, 

Sckenken), Bernard, 429, 
45S, 490 

, Elizabeth, 490 

( ), Han- 



nah, 429 



-, Katherine, 490 
Scot, Jane, 421 

, Mary, 421 

, sec Scott, Skott 

Scotchmore, Robert, 124, 221, 

239, sec Scottesmore 
Scott, Abigail, 282 

, Apphia, 263 

, Benjamin, 404, 45S, 485 

, Elizabeth, 67, 282 

, Good wife, 1 88 

, Henry, 176, 221 

, James, 120 

, Jane, 84 

, John, 64, 105, 143, 505 

, Martha, 280 

, Percis, 263 

, Richard, 325 

, Thomas, 282, 407 

, Walter, 188, 263, 331, 

336, 505 

, Wm., 125 

, see Scot, Skott 

Scottesmore, Robert, 176, sec 

Scotchmore 
Scotts, Mr., 313* 
Scriven, Robert, 120 
Scrubs, George, 342 



Scrutton (or Stmtton), John, 

48s 
Scurrier, William, 316*, 317 
Sea, Maiy, 38 
Seabright, Richard, 141 
Sealy, Heniy, 408, 412, j.v 

Seely 
Seaman, George, 337 

, Rob., 333, 340 

■, Thomas, 408 



Se. 



Seamer (Seaman, or Seyn:L)), 

John, 332, 337, 340 
Searl, John, 485 
Searle, Brigett, 194 

-^, Francis, 104 

, Richard, 409 

, Thomas, 441 

, see Serle 

Sears (or Sease), Robert, 332, 

337, 340 
Seaton, John, 119, 498 
Seaward, John, 188, sec 

ward 
Seawell, Davers, 493 

, Elizabeth, 493 

, Richard, 493 

(or Scawell), Richard, 

4S5 
Seay, Widow, 445 
Seden, Nic°., 51, see Seeden 
Sedgewicke, George, 465 
Sedgwick, John, 131, 461, 465 

, Marie, 83 

, Ralph, 405 

, Samuell, 461 

Seeden, Annis, 105, sec Seden 
Seely, Wm., 74, sec Seal)' 
Seemes, Richard, 116 
Seere, Wm., 41 
Seirson, Cutbert, 260 
Sell, Edward, 86 

, Jo-, 133 

Selleck, John, 405 
Selley, John, 243 
Sellin, Ann, 68 

, Joan, 68 

Sellock, John, 3S4 
Selman George, 41 
Selwyn, William, 168* 
Senior, Jacob, 409 

, Joseph, 450 

Sennodd, Robert, 71 
.Sennott, Wm., 63 
Sension, Nico., 58 
Sentence, Henry, 51 
Serano, Jaell, 450 
Sere, John, 236 
Serfatty, Joshua, 407 
Sergeant, Tho., 47 
Seriif, William, 40 



INDEX. 



567 



Serjeant, Richard, 224, 402 
Serle, Elizabeth, 489 

, John, 489 

, Thomas, 489 

, see Searle 

Sertain, Elizabeth, 496 

, Thomas, 496 

Session, Geo., 36 

Sessions, Jo., 52 

.Severne, Jo., 124 

Se^^•ar, Robert, 84, sec Server 

.SeM'ard, John, 249 

, William, 39 

' , see .Sea\\'ard 

Se^^■er, John, 404, sec Sewar 
.Sexton, Richard, 108 

, Thomas, 192 

.Se.xston, Peter, 102 

, Robert, 136 

Seymer, John, 340, see .Seamcr 
Seymor, Florentio, 310 
.Soywell, Thomas, 255 
Sfrane, Almons, 405 
Shalcerly, William, 427 
Shaftesbury, Anthony, Earl of, 

161* 
Shafto, Wm., 363, 371, 388, 

413 

Shahanisse, Daniell, 471, see 
.Shanis 

Shahany, John, 324 

Shale, Robert, 326 

Shanis, Daniell, 470, sec Sha- 
hanisse 

Sharks, George, 191 

Sharji, Boaz, 303 

, Elizabeth, 205 

, Isach, 205 

, Judith, igr 

■ , Mrs., 170 

, Richard, loi 

, Robert, 93, 114 

, Samuell, 172, 205 

, The, 119, 132 

■ , ^\ illiam, 119, 170, 205 

Sharpe, Aser, 360, 372, 381, 

385. 390, 391, 398, 403 

, Elizabeth, 21$ 

, Henry, 308 

, James, 441 

, Mary, 410 

. , Samuell, 215, 26S 

Sharpes, William, 267 
Sharpies, Edward, 173 

, Tho., 84 

Shaw, Annis, 224 

, Thomas, 303, 304, 355, 

398, 418 
Shawe, Abram, 142 
. , Anne, no 



I Shawe, Daniell, 506 

, John, 80, 94, 95 

, Sara, 95 

, Wm., 115 

Sheaperd, see Shepj)ard 
.Sheere, Strenght, 244, see 

Shere 
Sheering, Jo., 63 
■Sheffield, Tliomas, 266 
.Sheicrofte (or Shcrcrofte), 

Wm., 141 
.Shellam, Thomas, 374 
Shelley, John, 174, 1S4, 232 

, Robert? 150 

Shellon, Samuell, 4S5 
.Shenkingh, see .Schenckingh 
.Shenton, Grace, 422 

, Jane, 422 

, Samuell, 422, 445 

Sheppard, Sheaperd, .Shepc- 

heard, Shepheard, .Slrepherd, 

Sheppeard 

, Humfrey, 2S6 

, John, 99, 506 

, Justice, 43 

, Lieutenant, 1S4 

, Margaret, 99 

Ould, iSo, sec Ber- 



180, 



nardo 

, Ralph, 97 

, Robert, 175) 

-32> -35 

, Sanuiell, too 

, .Sara, 97 

, Thankes, 97 

, Tho., 99 

Sheppey (or Sheppy), Thomas, 

170, 204 
Sherborn, Ileurie, 150 
Sherborne, James, 85 
Shercrofte (or Sheicrofte), 

Wm., 141 
Shere, .Stephen, 1S5, see 

.Sheere 
Sheres, Francis, 63 
Sherewood; sec .Sherwood 
Sherliack, Benedicter, 64 
Sherin, Robert, 280 
Sherland, John, 406 
.Sherley (or Shurley), Daniell, 

169, 201 

, Lidia, 213 

.Susaii, 213 



Sherly, Tho., 84 

, see Shirley 

Sherlock, Edward, sen. 



— , Jo., 134 
Sherlocke, Elizabeth, III 
Slrerman, John, 2S0 
, Tho., 41 



119 



Sheron, George, 485 
Sherrick, Jo., 114 
Sherringham, Phillipp, 
.Sherwin, John, 410 
Sherwood, Alice, 279 

, Anna, 278 

(or .Sherewood ) 



Peaceable, 176, 236 
(- 



-), 



Pceter, 243, 254 

, Rebecca, 2 78 

, Rose, 278 1 

, Samuell, 403 

, .Suzan, 85 

, Thomas, 2 78, 279 

.Shettleworth, John, 38 
Shetman, Richard, 440 
Sheword (or Shewoud), 

Thomas, 184, 243 
.Shilborii, Wm., 118 
Shingle, Richard, 296 
Shinglewood, Robert, 80 
Ship, Edmund, 428 

, Jefferie, 140 

.Shipley, Jo„ 115 

Shipman, Wm., 82 

Shippin (or Phippin), \\'illiam, 

334 
Shipton, Wm., 446 
Shirley, William, 430, sec 

Sherley, &c. 
Shoare, James, 355 
Shore, Ellin, ii8 

, Mathew, 141 

, Ricliard, 485 

Shorey, Anthony, 50S 

, William, 508 

Short, Martha, 408 

, Samuell, 85 

, Waltei-, 406 

Shorte, Joane, 152 

, Owen, 485 

Shorter, Jo., 84 

, Marie, 114 

.Shotten (or .Shotton), Nicholas, 

181, 230 
Shovell, Elias, 506 
Shr.iwley, Margrett, 191 
■Shreife, Richard, 190 
.Shrcwabur)', Ann, 431 
(or Shroesbur}'), 

John, 431, 448 
, William, 



Shule, John, iSo 
.Shurke, George, 17S 
Shurland, John, 485 
Shurlc)', sec Sherle)- 
Sibeiy, Thomas, 182 
Sibsey, John, 1S5 
Sicklemore, James, 439 



431 



S68 



INDEX. 



Sickly, Henry, 409 
Sides, Thqmas, 178, 229 
Sidney, John, 410 

, Wm., 447 

Siggins, Tlio., 129 
Silby, Robert, 112, sa Sylbie 
Silconib, William, 496 
Silsby, Mathew, 124 
Silvester, Abram, 37 

, Grace, 461 

. , Madam, 485 

Simes, Beniamin, 184, 242 
(Sims or Sunes), Henry, 

318*, 319*, 323 

, Sarra, 100 

, see Symes 

Siines \i.e., Simmes], Symon, 

104, see Syiues 
Simmes, Symon, 104 

, Wm., 449 

Simmons, Phillip, 458, 459 

, Richard, 343 

Siranell, John, 257 

Simon, Hester Bar, 449, see 

Symon 
Simons (or Symonds), Richard, 

316*, 318, see Symons 
Simpkins, Nathaniel!, 12S, see 

Symkynn 
Simpson, Edward, 133 
, James, 4S5 

■- J"-, 132 ^ „ 

, Thomas, 104, 136, ibl 

■ -, Mr., 133 

Siras, see Simes 
Simson, Heniy, 491 

, James, 491 

, Mary, 491 

, Thomas, 443 

Sindry, John, 410 
Singer, Tho., 36 
Singleton, Jo., 83 
Singnell, William, 139 
Sinklaire, AUexander, 45S 
Sipsey, John, 274 
Sismore, Martha, 172 

, William, 172 

Sister, Gerrart, 297 
Sisters, Elizabeth, 4^5 
Sizemore, William, 269 
Skahane, Teige, 406 
Skaros, George, 485 
Skarvill, Robert, 38 
Skene, Alexander, 167* 
Skerr)', Elizabeth, 291 

, Henry, 291 

Skinner, John, 179, 231 

, Nicholas, 182 

, see .Skynner 

Skofield, Richard, 59 



Skooler, Anthony, 74 
Skorie, Jehn, 36 
Skorier, Phillip, 128 
Skose, Richard, 151 
Skott, Elizabeth, 28a_„ 

, Thomas, 28CJ2. - 

, see Scott 

Skudder, Jo., 88 
Skyddell, Tho., 142 
Skynggle, Ann, 75 
Skynner, Richard, 135 

, Sam., 142 

-, see Skinner 



Slade, John, 316, 318 
Slany, Anthony, 485 
Slate, John, 342 
Slater, Anne, 246 

, Henry, 166 

, John, 246 

, Mary, 498 

Slatier, Martin, 239 
Slaughter, John, 498 

, Mary, 498 

, Thomas, 485 

William, 402 



.Slavelie, Richard, 153 

SlaAVCome, Davey, 145 

Sleight, James, 183, 252 

Sleman, Tho., 154 

Slie, Jeremie, 112 

— , Richard, 67 

— , see Slye 

Slograve, William, 338 

Sluce, Lawrence, 418 

.Slye, John, 471, sec Slic 

Smal, Ann, 428 

Smale, Hugo, 194 

Snialepage (or Smalpage), 

Lawrence, 177, 220 
.Smalewood, see Smalwood 
Small, Wm., 113 
.Smalle, Walter, 297 
Smallie, John, 149 
.Smallman, Edward, 51 
Smalpage, see Smalepage 
Smalwood (or .Smalewood), 

Randall, 176, 225 
Smart, John, 323, 410 

, Richard, 140 

, Samuell, 337 

, Wm., 85 



Smartt, John, 440 

, Samuell, 447 



Smith, Alexander, 40, 304 

-, Alice, S6, 458 

, Ann, 424, 426, 430 

, Anne, 290, 421 

, Antonio, 141 

— , Arthur, 186 

, Charles, 120 



Smith, Christopher, 253, 429 

, Daniell, 38, 41 

, David, 470 

, Dorothy, 68 

-, Edward, 117, 179, 231, 



403 

, Elisabeth (or Eliza- 
beth), 123, 280, 282, 292, 
424, 431, 437, 485, 492 

, Frances, 492 

-, Francis, 63, 67, 231, 



317*. 3>9*. 324 

Junr., 460 



436 



George, 80, 82, 125, 

-, Hanna, 49, 59 
, Heniy, 115, 292, 421, 

424, 426, 432 

, Hester, 403 

, Humfrey, 87 

, Isaac, 406 

, James, 74, 141 

, Jane, 429 

, Joan, 71, 223 

, John, 56, 57, 70, 74, 

82, 109, III, 117, 135, 130, 

140. 177. 178, 179, 220,229, 
231, 258, 292, 334, 337, 409, 
410, 422, 424, 427, 430, 432, 

436, 437. 440. 471, 492 
, Jonas, 83 



, Joseph, 433, 439 

, Judith, 422, 427 

, Katherin, 123 

, Leonard, 67 



50s 



-, Lewes, 122 

Margaret, 118, 405, 

Margerie, 123 

, Marie, 49, 59 

, Mary, 68, 2S2, 422, 

427, 429, 432, 433, 489 

, Mrs., 174, igi 

, ]\Iundiisia, 424, 437 

, Nathaniel, 447 

Nicholas, 180, 234 



-, GUiver, 440 

-, Osborne, I'i'^ 

~, Osmond, 223 

-, Osteii, 17s 

-, Peter, 101 

-, Phillip, 282, 402 

-, Philippa, 422, 432, 

-, Ralph, 429 
, Richard, 48, iii, 134, 

139. 177, 219, 239 

, Robert, 172, 185, 243 

, Roger, 174, 223, 232, 

271 



436 



INDEX. 



569 



Smith, Samuell, 280, 282, 305, 
432, 463 

, Sithe, 292 

, Stephen, 470, 493 

, Susanna, 231 

— — , Thomas, 37, 39, 40, 53, 
86, 115, 120, 137, 174, 177, 
194, 220, 224, 407, 421, 426, 
437> 439 

■ , Thiirlo, 408 

, Walter, 126 

, Widow, 443 

, William, 35, 67, 74, 138, 

1S4, 189, 190, 243, 246, 263, 
326, 329, 332, 334, 404, 406, 
440, 492 

. . Jimr., 335, 336 

, see Smyth 

Smitheraan, Jo., 51 

Sniithick, Henry, 119 

Smithson, Robert, 37 

Smithwicke, Wm., 505 

Smyth, Arthur, 252 

, John, 341 

, Sir Thomas, 156 

, Wm., 341 

Snacknell, Richard, 405 

Snales, Margaret, 123 

Snape, John, 135 

Snapp, Thomas, 188 

Snathe, Richard, 64 

Snellin, Anne, 490 

, John, 490 

, Robert, 490 

Snerling, Robert, 485 

Snijje, Christopher, 4S9 

, Elizabeth, 489 

, John, 485, 489 

, William, 461 

Snoden, Luke, 114 
Snouks, George, 442 
Snow, Snowe 

, George, 3i6», 317*, 343 

, Henry, no 

, Nathaniell, 471 

, Rebecca, 175, 225, see 

(Jrave, Elnor 

, Rich.ird, 141 

, Sara, 175, 225, see Grave 

, Wm., 59 

, sec Swnow 

Snowood, John, 246 
Soanes, Mary, 126 
[Somerhaies?], Anne, 470 

, John, 470 

Somers, Cornwall, 164 

, Sir George, 155 

, James, 95 

, see Summers 

Somersall, John, Senr., 303 



Somersall, Thomas, 191 
Somerton, John, 103 
Sommer, Elisa, 91 
•, Henry, 91 



Sone, George, 408 
Sothey (or Soothey), Ann, 1 76, 
226 

( ), Elizabeth, 



191, 226 

, Henry, 191 

, Mary, 191 

, Mr., 191 

, Mrs. 176 

, Thomas, igi 



Sotterfoyth, Jo., 36 

Sourton, Samuell, 443 

Sousa, Abraham, 449 

Southampton, Earl of 313* 

, Henry, Earl of, 

156 

Southern, John, 175, 225, 273, 
see Sowthern 

Southernes, Mr., 308 

Southward, Henry, 143 

Southwood, Marie, no 

Southworth, Francis, 405, 418 

Sowth, Francis, 38 

, Martin, 128 

Sowthern, Jane, III, see Sou- 
thern 

Spalden, Edmond, 187 

Spalding, Edward, 17G 

Spar, Georg, 433 

SjDarke, Sparkes, Sparks 

, Edward, 58 

, George, iSo 

, James, 112 

, John, 195, 234, 498 

, Joye, 50s 

, Madam, 472 

, Samuell, 407 



Spence, William, 178, 191, 

271, 499 
Spenceley, John, 141 
Spencer, Allice, 228 

, Sir Edward, 106 

, Francis, 35 

James, 142 



, John, 142, 448, 485 

, Kathren, 173 

, Margaret, 506 

, Nicliolas, 163, 163* 

, Peter, 141 

, Robert, 84, 1C3 

, Thomas, 1S2 

William, 82, 117, 228 



229 

Spendergrass, Tho., 51 
Spendley, Mary, 75 
Spenlove, John, 491 

Lowrie, 491 



Spenswick, Mrs., 458 
Spicer, Ann, 71 

, Edward, 122, 129 

. Gregory, 233 

Henry, 129 



--, Richard, 36 
-, Samuell, 405 
-, Wm., 112 



Spight, Fra., 84 
Spilman, Hanna, 252 

(or Spillman), Thomas, 



-, Thomas, 265, 307 



S. ParplmpSt. Parlin], Tho- 
mas, 141 

Sparowhawk, James, 4S5 

Sparrow, Judith, 444 

Sparshott, Edward, 173, 20S 

Speckman, Henrie, 41 

Speed, Richard, 52 

Speere, Eliz., 82 

Speering, John, 326, 329 

Speights, Elizabeth, 491 

, Marie, 491 

(or Speghts), William, 

485, 491 

Spence, Elizabeth, 499 

, James, 327, 331 

, John, 327 

, Mrs., 191 

, Sara, 178, 249 



17s, 186, 1S8, 225, 252, 273 
Spillmans, Captain, 269 
Spittle, Robert, 409 
Sprad, Elinor, 179 
Spraging, Radulph, 95 
Spratt, Mary, 108 

, Tho,, 112 

SpraAve, Cliff, 102 
Spraivson, William, 1 14 
Spreate, Jo., loi 
Spring, Elinor, 280 

, Henry, 28 1 

, John, 28a, 28 1 

Mary, 28 1 



, William, 281 

Springall, Jo., 36 
Springham, Hannah, 422 

John, 338, 422, 



458 



-, .Sarah, 422 



Sprite, Robert, 74 

Spurling, Richard, 172 

Spurr, Robert, 51 

Spuru'ay (Spurwey, or Spur- 

^ nay), Robert, 326, 329 

Spyer, Jo., 63 

Spynk, Robert, 82 

Sqire, John, 303 

Squier, Phillipp,''38 

72 



570 



INDEX. 



Srayne, Richard, 132 
Staber, Peter, 178 
Stacie, Elizabeth, 105 
Stacy, W., 403 
Stafferton, Mr., 176 
Stafford, jane, 71 

, Mr,, 309 

, "William, 249, 251 

Stagg, Wm., 48, 53, 56, 57, 

60, 61, 68 
Stalvers, Henry, 306 

, Mrs., 30s 

Stamford, John, 257 
Stamp (or Stump), Tho., 79 
Stanbridg, Nathanel, 194 
.Stanbridge, William, 95 
Standerick (Standericke, Stan- 

derwicke, Sanderick, or San- 

derwike), Nathaniell, 319, 

320*, 323 
Standich, Dorothy, 96 
Standish, James, 221 
Standon, Mary, 421 

, William, 421 

Standy, Robert, 78 
Stanfast, John, 505, 507 
Stanford, Jo., 73 

, Mary, 489 

, Richard, 115 

, Robert, 485, 489 

Stanley, Christopher, 72 

, Francis, 138 

, Hugh, 126 

• , Morris, 261 

■ , Robert, 408 

, Roger, 221 

, Suzanna, 72 

, William, 135 

Stanly, Mrs., 458 
Stann, Jo., 129 
Stannadge, Thomas, 407 
Stannion, Ant°., 48 
Stansley, Tho., 56 
Stanj.on, John, igi 
Stantley, Jo., 98 
Stanton, Daniell, 367 

, Pearce, 406 

, Tho., 36 

Staple, sec Staples 
Staplehill, AUexander, 151 
Staples (or Staple), Leonard, 

73. 316, 318. 342 

, Richard, 271 

Stapleton, Pierce, 81 

, Walter 405 

, William, 161*, 162* 

Stapons, Cornelius, 488 

, Margaret, 488 

■ , Thomas, 488 

Stares, Thomas, 42 



Starkey, Elizabeth, 175 
Starkie, Peter, 125 
Starling, Wm., 114 
Staueling, see Staveling 
Staughton, Edward, 87 
Staunton, Jo., 126 
Staveling, Mathew, 193 
Staysmore, Francis, 505 
Stebing, Eliz., 278 

, John, 278 

, Rowland, 27S, 279 

, Sarah, 278, 279 

Thomas, 278 



Steddail, William, 79 
Stede (Steed, or Steede), 
Edwyn, 162, 321, 325, 331, 

335. 339, 344. 424. 447. 458 

, John, 166 

, Sic Steed 

Stedhara, John, 449 
Stedman, "Elizabeth, 68 

, Isack, 68 

, Nathaniell, 68 

■, Susanna, 426 



Steed, Calia, 424 

, sec Stede 

Steel, Mary, 403, 404 
Steele, Barbary, 466, 468 

, George, 468 

, Thomas, 466 

Steephens, sec Stephens 
Steere, Richard, 136 

, Robert, III 

Steerer, Eliz., 107 
Steerman, Anthony, 499 
Steevens, Alice, 98 

, Edward, 139 

, Henry, 99 

. Joh". 40. 129, 506 

, Mathew, 86 

, Tho., 73, loi 

. Wni., 83, 126, 128 

, see Stevens, . .Ste- 
phens 
Steevenson, Christopher, 127 
Richard, 120 



Stejabing, Henry, 447 

Stephen, , 192 

Stephens, Steephens, &c. 

(or Stevens), Elias, 



326, 329 



, John, 239, 485 



, Nathaniell, 405 

, Philipp (PPhilippa), 

151 
(or Stevens), Richard, 

175. ^91, 226, 333, 336, 339 

, Sylvester, 406 

. see Steevens, Sle- 



Stepney, Thomas, 256 
Steny, Geo., 140 
Steven, 196 

Stevens (or Stephens), Elias, 
326, 329 

, Hector, 426 

(or Stevans), John. 181, 



296 



-, Judeth, 151 
(or Stephens), Richard, 



333. 33(5, 339 

, Robert, 43 

, Thomas, 426 

■ Steevens, Stephens 



Steward, Amey, 505 

-J John, 424 

, Margaret, 424 

, William, 139 

■, see Sheard 



Stewart, John, 329 
Stibbs, Jo., 120 
Stickland, Margaret, 422 

.William, 379,422,439 



Stiffchynn, Wm., 128 
Stiles, Francis, 42 

, Henry, 43 

, Joan. 43 

, Jo-. 43 

, Rachel, 43 

, Tho., 42 

Stilgo, Ant°., Ill 

Stint, Henry, 140 

Stirrup, James, 306 

Stith, Martin, 436 

Stoat's, Stoakes, see Stokes 

Stocbridge, Ann, 94, sec Stock 

bridge, .Stuckbridge 
Stock, Robert, 85 
Stockbridge, Jo., 93, sec Sloe 

bridge, Stuckbridge 
Stockdell, Edward, 186 ' ' ~ 
Stocker, William, 177, 237 " 
Stockley, John, 403 

, Mary, 403 

Stockton, Jonas, 1S7, 256 

, Timothy, 187, 256 

Tho., 132 



Stockwell, Gabriell, 85 
Stoe, Wm., So, sec Stow 
Stoiks, Goodman, 178 
Stoker, Samuell, 444 
-, Wm., 132 



Stokes, Stoak's, Stoakes 

, Ann, 227 

, David, 304 

, George, 39 



-, Grace, 130 

-, John, 227 

-, Jonathan, 305, 306 

-, Luke, 52 



INDEX. 



IT^ 



Stoke'i, ^richaell, 403 

, Tlio., 132 

. ^Vm., 335, 336, 338, 

, 339 

StoUard, James, 470 
Ston, Henry, 119 

.Jo., 54 

, Moyes, 175, see Stunes 

, Richard, 193 

(Stor, or Stow), Samuel, 

63 
Stone, Ann, 66 , 

, Elizabeth, 238 

, Francis \i.t:, Frances], 

494 

, , 66 

, Hugh, 430 

, Joan, 66 

, John, 66, 180, 181, 234, 

237, 408, 485, 494 

, Marie, 66 

, Tvlaximillian, 23S 

, Richard, 75 

, Robert, 444 

, Sisly, 237 

, Symon, 66 

Stones, Moyses, 244, see Ston 
Stonhouse, Wm., 84 
Stonword, Hen., 86 
Stoodly (or Stoodley), John, 

333. 336, 340 
Stope, Chri., 122 
Stor, Samuel, 63 

, see Ston, &c. 

Storey, William, 290 

Stott, Fra., 51 

Stotter, Jo., 143 

Stout, John, 505 

Stow (or Stowe), John, 303, 

309 

, Mary, 30S, see Mountain 

(Ston or Stor), .Samuel, 63 

, Thomas, 303, 309 

, see Stoc 

Stowes, iMr., 312, 313 

Strachey, William, 171, 23S 

Strafford, Thomas, 437 

Stramige (?), see Straunge 

.Stranfellow, Thomas, 433 

Strange, Ben., 86 

, William, 104, 222 

, see Straunge 

Stratford, Robert, 38 

Strattergood, John, 41 

Stratton, Mary, 435 

. Thomas, 435 

Str.aughan, Wm., 83, see 
Strawne 

Straunge (or Stramige ?) Wil- 
liam, 172 



Strause, Elias, 407 

.Stra\Mie, Henry, 4S5, see 

Straughan 
Streaton, Elizabeth, 66 
Street, Alice, 59 
Streme, Jo., 131 

Thomas, 131 



Stretch, John, 505 
Stretcher, Andrew, 122 
Streter, Thomas, 143 
Stringer, Mr., 309 

Samuel, 120 



Strong, Charles, 327, 330 
Strode, George, 494 

, Heniy, 485 

. John, 162, 163, 458 

Margarett, 485 



Stroude, Mrs. John, 505 
Strowde, John, 93, 115 
Strutt, James, 352, 359, 371, 

; 395. 400. 406 

! Strutton (or Scrutton), John, 

I 485 

I Stuard, John, 441, see Steward 

' Stubber, Jo., 113 
Stucbridge, Charles, 93, see 

Stocbridge, Stockbridge 
.Studdy, Thomas, 485 
Studman, Isack, 53 
Stump (or Stamp), Tho., 79 
Sturdevant, Roger, 37 
Sturdivantt, Edward, 443 
Sturdy, Jo., 80 
Sturgis, Wm., 64 
Sturman, Mary, 505 
Sturton, Jo., 140 
Suckliff, Michell, 136 
Sudburrowe, Peter, 79 
Sudgerner, Rowland, 109 
Suffolk, Thomas, Earl of, 156 
Suillivant, Anthony, 424, 434 

, Cornelius, 432 

, Daniel, 426, 429 

, Deannan, 430 

, Elisabeth, 424, 434 

. John, 424, 434 

, Margaret, 428, 429 

SuUey, Thomas, 178 
Sully, Maudlyn, 247 

, Thomas, 247 

Suinerfild (Summeifild), Niclio- 

las, 262 
Sumes (Summes), John, 140 
SumfiU (Summfilll, John, 188 
Summers, Ann, 507 

(or .Sumers), John, 



338, 343. 507 

, Thomas, 505 

-, sec .Somers 



343, 



Surgisson, Wm., 36 
Susan, , 245 

Susanna (negress), 489 
Sus.5ames, Alexander, 194 
Sutton, Dorothy, 437 

, Ellin, 116 

, George, 38 

, Henry, 377, 486 

, John, 84, 323, 

407. 423. 433, 458 

, Katharin, 423 

, Maiy, 423 

, Nicholas, 173, 215 

, Richard, 163, 461 

, Robert, 121 

, William, 179 

Swain, Martin, 437 
Swaine, Peter, 376, 415, 448 

, see .Swayne 

Swales, Geo., 81 

Swan (or Swann), John, I20, 

425, 469, 470 
Swanley, Jo., 112 

Robert, 410 



Simes, see Simes, Henry 



Swarbeck, John, 220 
Swarris, David, 450 
Swayne, Ann, 117 

, Elizabeth, 49, 59 

, Francis, 54 

, Tho., 116 

, ■\\'m., 54, 69 

■, see Swaine 



Sweet (or Sweete), Robert, 

185, 249 
Sweeting, Jo., 51 

-, Richard, 409r458 



, Samuell, 316* 

Sweetland, James, 386 

■\\'illiam, 349, 373, 



402, 403 
Swift, Mr., 180 
Swifte, Abram, 114 

, Jane, 1 26 

, Jo., 114 

, Thomas, 234 

, Wm., 115 

Swinhow, Thomas, 220, 268 
Swinny, Thomas, 409 
Swnow, Thomas, 177, see 

Snow 
Swynden, Wm., 76 
Syard, Jo., 103 
Sydlie, Tho., 59 
Syer, Tho., 113 
Sylbie, Tobie, 138, see Silby 
Symes, Alexander, 138 

, Margrett, 243 

Symes (Symmes), Beniamin, 

126 
( ), John, 38 

72 2 



572 



INDEX. 



Symes, see Simes, iS:c. 
Symon, Oliver, 114 

— , Stephen, 153 

(an Italian), 194 

, see Simon 

Symondes, Tho., 36 
Symonds, Dorothy, 141 

, Francis, 41 

, James, 137 

) Jo-. 52, 114 

— . , Richard, 112, 154 

, Samuell, 104 

, Wm., 122 

, see Simons 

Symons, John, 194 

(or Simons), Richard, 

269, 316*, 318 

, Samuell, 403 

-, see Simons 



Symper, Robert, 142 
Sympkynn, Ralph, 122, see 

Simpkins 
Sympson, Daniell, loi 

, Geo., 83 

-, John, 52 

, see Simjjson 

TABOR, Anne, 2S3 

, Jane, 283 

, Sarah, 283 

-, Timothy, 2S3 



Tadd, Alexander, 81 
Taggard, Elisabeth, 434 
Taggartt, Alexander, 458 

, James, 445 

Tailor, Barbara, 432 

, Mary, 432 

■ , see Tayler, Taylor 

Talbott, Geo., 80 

, Jo., 83 

, Thomas, 95 

, Wm., 120 

Tallcott, John, 150 
Tanner, Daniell, 185, 247 

, Elisabeth, 431 

, Josias, 228 

, Mary, 431 

Tapper, Thomas, 128, 412 
Tappin (Toppin, or Tuppin), 

Miles, 460, 465, 466 

, William, 466 

Tarborer, Richard, 180 

Taselie, Eliz., 87 

Tatam (or Tattam), Nathaniel, 

170, 209 
Tate, James, 70 

, Tho., 121 

, see Tayte 

Tathill, William, 173 
Tatmmi, Henry, 40 



Tatt's, Robert, 442 
Taverner, Henry, 126 
Tawyer, Hugh, 71 
Tayler, Dyonis, 59 

, George, 124, 131, 141 

, James, 85 

, Jasper, 194 

— ^ , John, 40, 112, 118 

, Nicholas, 119 

, Richard, 86, 136 

, Steeven, 138 

, Thomas, 75 

, Wm., 86, 140 



Ten-y, Thomas, 84, 107 
Terwight, Geo., 330 
Tester, Elisabeth, 432 
Tetloe, Nic°., 82 
Thatcher, Francis, 423 

, Jo., 120 

— , Mary, 423 

, Samuel, 423 

Sylvester, 104 



Taylor, Ann, 87 

. , Anto., 71 

— , Chri., 79 

, Dorothy, 203 

, Elizabeth, 77 

, Fortune, 174 

, John, 94, 122, 253, 



428, 486 

, Jonathan, 449 

, Kat., 58 

, Mary, 203 

, Mrs., 181 

, Rebecca, 253 

, Richard, 170, 203, 

267, 268 

, Robert, 103, 193 

, Thomas, 36, 273 

, '\^'altor, 506 

William, 71, 94, 396 



Thayer, Nathaniel, 412 
Theody, Mark, 38 
Thimbleby, Nicholas, 192 
Thistlethwaite, Peter, 486 
Thomas, 182, 188, 194, 195. 
243, 248, 427 

. , Abrah.am,3i7',320,324 

, Charls, 321, 322, 325, 

342, 344 

, Christopher, 79, 124 

, David, 133, 458 

, Davie, 80, 141 

, Elizabeth, 497 

, Gabriell, 138 

, George, 411 

, Henry, 153 

, John, 51, 80, 116, 

130. I5Z> I79> 233, 470, 

498, 506 

Nathaniel! 



, Zachary, 84 

. , see Tailor 

Tayte, John, 470, see Tate 

Teage, John, 412 

Teague (boy), 471 

Teape (or Teap), Robert, 332, 

338. 341 

, Walter, 319 

Tedder, Tho., 52 

Teed, John, 294 

Teene, John, 467 

Teirrer, John, 135 

Temple, Edward, 173, 190, 205 

, Sir Richard, 161* 

, Thomas, 161 



Temproe, John, 506 
Terns (or Tenis), George, 81 
Terrett, Ralph, 40 
Terrill, James, 143 

, Samuell, 486 

, Tho., 80 

Terry, Anto., 84 

, Bassell, 63 

, Christopher, 411, 458 

, Giles, 85 

, Jo., 98 

, Richard, 107 

, Robert, 107 



436 



172, 217, 

Richard, So, 83 
-, Robert, 95 
-, Roger, 80, 458 
-, Thomas, 115, 122, 149 
-, Thompson, 486 
-, William, 95, 112, 132, 



293. 497 

(an Indian), 188, 255 

Thomkins, John, 104 
Thomlins, Ben., 62 

-, Edward, 62 



Thomlinson, Joseph, 141, 

Tomlinson 
Thompson, Ann, 222 

, Chri.stopher, 506 

, Jane, 494 

, John, 486, 494 

, Lancelott, 489 

• , Mary, 489 

, Roger, 222 

— , Thomas, 486 
— , William, 195 

, see Tompson 

Thomson, Chri., 134 

, Edward, 81, 103 

, Georg, 185 

, Jo., 52, 76, 81, i 

134, 135 

, Morris, 273 

, Paule, 185 



(?) 



INDEX. 



573 



Thomson, Robert, 128 

, Tho., 86, 98, 128 

, William, 124, 142, 

185, 244 

, sec Tomsoii 

Thombrugli, Widow, 441 
Thornburgh, George, 436, 486 
Thorncome, Wm., 114 
Thorne, Arthur, 133 

■ , Henry, 173, 213 

, Peter, 56 

, Thomas, 122 

Thoniebury, Thomas, 253 
Thornegood (or Thorngood), 

Thomas, 176, 182 
Thornehill (or Thomhill), 

Timothy, 164, 469, 506 
Thornton, Joanna, 59 

, Nicholas, 303 

, Robert, 68, 162'"' 

, Walter, 59 

, Wm., 411 

Thorogood (or Thorougood), 
Adam, 187, 253 

, Richard, 433 

Thoroughgood, Edw., 28S 

, see Thurrow- 

good, &c. 
Thorowden, AUice, 218 
Thorowgood, Edward, 159 

, Thomas, 226, 486 

, sec Thurrowgood, 

&c. 
Thorp, Elizabeth, 67 

, John, 47 

, William, 67 

■J'horpe, James, 329, 506 

, John, 412 

Thrasher, Robert, 261 
Thredder, Niccolas, 249 
Threlcatt, Anto., 74 
Threnorden, Edward, 216 

, Eliza 'jeth, 216 

Thresher, Robert, 183 
Throgmorton, John, 189, 208 
Througood, see Thorogood 
Thurrogood, Jo., 142 

, Mary, 96 

Thurrowgood, Wm,, n8 

, sec Thorowgood, 

&c. 
Thursby, James, 192 
Thurston, John, 293 

, Margi-ett, 293 

, Thomas, 293 

Thwait's, Alexander, 49 
Thwing, Ben., 62 

, John. 357 

Tibbalds, Tho., 131 
Tibott, see Tybbott 



Tichbouni, A\'innefred, 486 
Ticldn (or Tinkin), Peter, 318* 
Ticknall, Henrie, 130 
Tickner, Thomas, 446 
Tiffin, Tho., 142 
Tiffing, Jo., 125 
Tighten, W., 121 
Tiler, Elizabeth, 259 

. William, 259 

, see Tyler 

Till, John, 136 
Tilly, Wm., 88, see Tylly 
Tilney, Thomas, 486 
Timothy, John, 316*, 317, 343 
findall, Richard, 506 

, Thomas, 191, 267 

, Widow, 176 



Tine, Elisabeth, 424 

, John, 424 

, Margaret, 424 

Tingley, Palmer, 53 
Tinico, Jacob, 411 
Tinkin, sec Tickin 
Tippin, John, 411 
Tippsley, Francis, 13S 
Tissall, Robert,- 143 



Titcomb, Samuell 
Titloe, Josua, iii 
[Titus], Edmond, 46 

, Jo., 46 

, Hanna, 46 

Robert, 46 



Toothaker, Margaret, 130 
, Roger, 130 



Topleife, Wm., 14.0 
Topliss, ^^'m., 79 
Toppan, Abraham, 293 

, Elizabeth, 293 

, Petter, 293 

■, Susanna, 293 



329 



[340 
336, 



n), Su- 



Tiverton, William, 
Todd, Robert, 259 
Toleman (or Doleman 

samiah, 320* 
Toller, Marie, 66 
Tollie, Tho., 84 
ToUo, Demeuerez Lewis, 412 
Tomkins, Elizabeth, 131 

, Kat., 131 

, Marie, 131 

, Ralph, 131 

, Samne], 131 



Tomlinson, Matliew, 80, sct 

Thomlinson 
Tompson, Ann, 172 

, Nicholas, 180, 234 

, Roger, 172 

, sec Thompson, &c. 

Tomson, George, 244 

■ — , Hather, 256 

, Mr., 257 

, Paule, 244 

, William, 255 

'J'homson 



Tooke, James, i7S,220,.rt'i 
Tooles, Morgan, 411 
Toolie, Tho., 85 
Tooly, Nathan, 127 



Tukt 



Toppin, see Tappin 
Topsail, Humfrey, 36 
Torez, Judieah, 450 
Tothill, Mrs., 447 
Totle, William, 206 
Totman, Jo., 150 
Totnell, Jo., 67 ' 
Toulban, Robert, 138 
Touey, see Tovey 
Tonnsend, see Towiiesend, &c. 
Tovey, Richard, 506 
ToA^'ers, Edward, 116 
Towne, Edmund, 291 

■ , Ed^^■ard, 446 

, John, 39 

Towneseud (or Towiisend), 

Thomas, 327, 329 
Townsend, Alice, 428 
■, Francis, 121 
, John, 448 
(or Towushend), Ri- 



chard, 120, 134, 174, 223, 

363. 4" 

-, Tho., 37 



Townson, James, 51 
Tho., 36 



Towse, John, 37 
Toyer, Kath,, 441 
Trachern, John, 173 
Tracy, Thomas, 266 
Trallopp, Tymothy, 122 
Tramorden, Edward, 172 
Trane, Jo., 63 
Trantt, Richard, 441 
Trarice, Nic»., 43, 45, 47, 55 
Trash (or Trask), Suzan, 95 
Tratt, Robert, 70 
Travel, Samuel, 164 
Travers, Phillip, 444 
Travis, Richard, 410 
Tredwell, Mary, no 

•, Thomas, no 



Tree, John,' 227 

, Richard, 227, 272 

Tregagell, Richard, 132 
Trelieanie, John, 214 
Tremills, Wm., 412 
Tremineere, EtUvard, 153 
Trendall, Richard, 67 
Treneighan, Robert, 153 
Trent, Jo., 79 
Trentum, Tho., 108 



S74 



INDEX. 



Trese, Samuel, 84 
Tretlieivy(or Trethewey), John, 

161, 162 
Trevas, Geo., 118 
Trewin, Jane, 153 
Trigg, Thomas, 41 
Triggs, Thomas, 192 
Trim, Trim, [i.f., Trimmer], 

Valentine, 370, 373, 414 
Trippatl, Jo., 86 
Trockl, Richard, 296 
Troope, vSamuel, 129 
Trott, Pcrient, 307, 309 
Trou, Jan de, 199 
Trowell, Phillipp, 45S, 4S6 
Tro\v.sdale, Ann, 433 
Trubbs, George, 316, 317'' 
True, Ant°., 82 

, John, :o3 

Trueman, Richard, 43 
Trumljall, Thoma.s, 94 
TrumiD (or Trumpe), llum- 

phery, 334, 337, 340 
Truren, John, 327 
Trusdal, WilUam, 425 
Trusedell, Phines, 142 
Trassell, John, 170, 207 
Trye, John, 221 
Tubbs, Edward, 486 
Tubley, Grace, 123 
Tuck, Warram, 112 
Tucke, William, 296 
Tucker, Ann, 506 

, Charles, 163 

, Elizabeth, 244 

, Francis, 305, 306 

, Geo., 122 

, Henry, Senr., 303 

, , 305. 327. 330 

, John, 163*, 164* 

, Margaret, 98 

, Mary, 185, 244 

, ht. George, 303 

, Thoma.5, 119 

, William, 184, 244,273, 



274, 327, 330 
Tudar, Richard, 445, 458 
Tudor, Mary, 430 

, Richard, 430 

Tuke, Chri., 85, sec Tooke 
Tull, John, 461 
TuUie, Jo., 126 
Tulls, John, 466 

, Richard, 466 

Tuppin, see Tappin 

Turdall, John, 412 

Turgis, .Symon, 170, 208 

Turk, Geo., 133 

Turner, Elizabeth, 46, 123 

,Henry, 173,177,214,219 



Turner, Joan, 123 

, John, 83, 41 : 

, Jonathan, 303 

, Joseph, 193 

, Marmaduke, 63 

, Martha, 424 

, Martin, 180, 234 

, Mary, 424 

, Mathew, 51 

, Robert, 85, 93, 170, 



Sara, 37 
Symon, 170 
-, Thomas, 79, 80, 112, 



144, 205, 297 
Turnor, George, 255 

, Roger, 192 

Turpin, Henry, Junr., 458 
, , Senr., 458 

, , 437 

, John, 70 

, Widow, 442 

Turton, Francis, 45S 
Tustin, Jo., 133 
Tuthill, George, 439 
Tuttell, Abigail, 45 

, Ann, 48, 49 

, Anna, 48 

, Elizabeth, 49, S3 

, Isbell, 48 

, Joan, 45 

, Jo-, 45. 48, 49 

Rebecca, 48 



, Richard, 48 

, Sara, 45 

, Symon, 45 

, Tho., 49 

William, 49 



Twine, AVidow, 458 
Tyack, William, 164* 
Tybbott, Tybbot, Tibott 
, Elizabeth, 108 



, Henry, 108 

, Jeremy, 108 

, Remembrance, 108 

Samuell, 108 



Tj'ers, John, ll 
Tyler, Elizabeth, 181 

, Jo., 121 

, Robert, 486 

, Thomas, 70 

, William, i8i 

, sec Tiler 

Tylly, Nathaniell, 73, sec Tilly 
Tynkler, Sara, 94 
Tynman, Robert, 102 
Tyos, John, 235 
Tyres, Samuell, 83 
Tyrwhitt, George, 458 
Tyrwill, Herculous, 458 



Tyse, Wm., 137 
Tysoe, Wm., 486 
Tyzacke, John, 166* 

UBANK, William, 135 
Ufford, John, 486 
Underwood, Andrew, 1 1 1 

, John, 35, 96 

_ _— , Marable, 291 

, Martha, 28^ \~)^iX~ 

■ • , Martin, 'Sbi/ " 

, Mary, 433 

- — , Peter, 50 

Robert, 104 



Union (Vnion or Vinon), 

George, 181 
Uniton (or Vinton), Thomas,486 
Unyon, Tho., 143 
l^Dgate, Richard, 121 
Upham, Elizabeth, 286 

, John, 286 

, , Junr., 286 

, Nathaniell, 286 

■, Sarah, 286 



Uppcott, Richard, 94 
Upson, Steeven, 66 
Upton, John, 172, 217 
Uree, John, 369 
Urquhart, AUexander, 413 
Usfitt, Thomas, 150 
Usher, Ann, 206 

-, Beniamine (or Beny), 



192, 193 

, John, 38 

, William, 39 

Usherwood, Thomas, 142 

Ushur, James, 267 

Utie (or Uty), Ann, (181), 237 

( )_. 181, 237, 270' 

Vaghan, see A'aughan 
Vale, Jacob Fonceco, 450 
Vallin's, Joan, 113 
Valuerde, Abr., 449 
Vanderspike, John, 407 
Van Heck, Katherin, loi 

, OUiver, loi 

, Peter, loi 

Vanlang, Richard, 436 
Van Luccom, Henry, 143 
A'ardell, Robert, 132 
Varier, William, 342 
A^arloe, Phillip, 364, 376 
Varlow, Capt., 434 
\'arnani, Francis, 425 
Vass, Ezekiah, 396 

, Robert, 121 

Vassall, Ann, 93, 94 

, Era., 94 

, Judith, 94 

, Margaret, 93 



INDEX. 



575 



Vassall, Mary, 93 

. Wm., 93 

Vater, see Vawter 
Vaughan, Davie, 1 19 

■ (or Vaglian), John, 

118, 13s, 260, 305, 507 
-, Ralph, 47 



— , Rowland, 109 
-, Sarah, 507 



Vause, Richard, 205 

Vaux, John, 413 

Vawter (or Vater), Robert, 

318*, 319', 320* 
Veazey, Nathanael, 313 
\'eiyard, William, 316 
Venn, Edward, 3iS*,3i9*, 320* 

, Tho., 81 

Vennable, Ralph, 86 
Vennell, John, 296 
Venner, Thomas, 3 1 9, 3 1 9*, 320* 
Ventimer, Geo., 73 
Verdin, Richard, 125 
Vereing, Alice, 5°^ 

, Joshua, 506 

Vergo, Daniell, 173 
, John, 179 



Virgo, John, 240 

, Susan, 240 

Visher, Ann, 116 
Vizard, Joan, 126 
Voh, Phillip le, 427 
Voss, John, 102 

, Morris Furse, aVuTs, 

see Fuss, &c. 
Vynall, Jo., 117 
Vyncent, Edward, Sfi 

. Ezia, 133 

. Alarthew, 133 

sa \'incenl 



340. 



Vynn, Jo., 52 
Vyons, Francis, 122 

WACKEFEILD, Anne, 300 
\Villiam, 300 



Verin, John, 234 

, Nathaniell, 413 

Vernie, John, 176 
Vernnillie, John, 166* 
^''ernon, James, 165* 

, Peter, 413 

Verryard, "William, 318 
Verulam, Francis, Lonl, 157 
Vicars, John, 193 

, Severn, 304 

Viccars, Jo., 109 

, Zeverin, 85 

Vickars, James, 443 
Victor, Michell, 119 
^'iero, Daniell, 209 
Vildy, Edward, 332, 336, 341 
Villermarsk, Dr. De, 431 
Vincencio, Mr., iSo, 235 
Vincene, Joane, 202 

, William, 202 

Vincent, John, 318% 319*, 

324. 436 

, Mrs., 169 

, William, 169, 2G7 

, sec Vyncent 

Viner, Anthony, 412 

Vinicott (or Vincott), Joseph, 

333- 338, 340 
Vinon (or Union), George, 181 
Vinson, Tho., 115 
Vinter, Richard, 324 [486 

Vinton (or Uniton), Tliomas, 
Viper, Tho., 80 
Virbritt, 261 



Wadd, Anne, 291 
Waddine, Thomas, 487 
Waddington, Hanna, 123 
Wade, Dinah, 2S6 

, Edward, 103 

, Elizal^eth, 2S6 

, Geo., 82, 115 

, Hannah, 426 

, John, 136, 426 

, Jonathan, 150 

, Nic°., 63 

, Richard, 2S6 

, Robert, 50 

, Wm., 153 

Wadford (or Madford), Wm., 

326 
Wadham, Richard, 334, 338, 340 
, Roger, 328, 331 

rho., 370 



Walker, Joseph, 70 

, Margaret, 129 

, Mathpw, 8 1 

, Richard, 60, 191 

, Roger, 184, 243 

, Sarra, 61 

, Susan, 434 

, Thomas, 134, 426 

, Walter, 124 

, Wilham, 40,60,169,294 

Walkin, Robert, 190 
Wall, Joan, 92 

, John, 332, 336, see Wale 

, Samuel, 417 

, Thaobald, 128 

, Walter, 128 

Waller, Andrew, 298 

, Charles, 174, 223 

, Edmond, 162 

, Jo., 103, 140 

, Peter, 102 

Walley, Henrv, 507, see 

Whaley 
Wallinger, Charles, 96 
Wallington, Joseph, 70 

William, loi 



^^'.allis, George, 92 

, Ralph, 92 

Tho., 64, 120 



Wadsivorth, \^'illiam, 150, 243, 

254 
Waggitt, Edward, 109 

, Tho., 85 

Waine, Amyte, 250 

, Ann, 187 

•, John, 187, 250 



\\'ainwright, James, 418 

, John, Senr., 303 

-, sec Waynewrite 



Wakefield, Thomas, 95 
Waker, Sarah, 438 
Wakers, Jo., 118 
Walden, Humphrey, 181, 239 

, Samuell, 84 

liomas, 446 



Wale, John, 340, 506, see Wall 
Walford, Elisabeth, 432 

, Muse, 343, 432, 440 



Walker, Edward, lOI, 434, 435 

, Grace, 75 

, James, 61, 8i 

, John, 192, 193, 196,431 



Walrond, Thomas, 4S7 
Walston, Jane, 132 
Walter, Alice, 499 

, Ellinor, 448 

, Richard, 4S7 

, Robert, 162* 

, Thomas, 499 

William, 39 



Walters, Ann, 343 

, Christopher, 486 

, John, 332, 337, 340 

, Richard, 322 

William, 40, 41 



233. 334, 338, 341 
Waltho, Francis, 496 
-, Maiy, 496 



40, 



Walton, Geoige, 459 

, John, 186, 257 

, Margaret, 488 

, Mary, 4S8 

, Richard, 41, 487 

■, William, 39, 4S8 



Waltors, Richard, 506 

Waltum, Robert, 121 

Walwyn, Anne, 496 

(or Walwyne), James, 

496, 506, 507 

Wamsley, John, 193 

Wandall, Ann, 102 

Wailerton [Wannerton], Wil- 
liam, 229 



576 



INDEX. 



Ward, Eliza, 55 

, Elizabeth, 123 

, Henry, 314 

, James, 79 

, Jane, 435 

, John, 182, 260 

, Richard, 121, 487 

, Robert, 80 

, Thomas, 181, 239, 314 

, William, 174, 180,233,487 

Wardd, Richard, 115 
Warden, Thomas, 262 
Wardle, Christopher, 506 
Ware, Esaw de La, 184 
Warner, Ann, 427 

, Ciprian, 104 

, John, 65, 427 

— , Nathaniell, 418 

, Ralph, 426 

, Samuell, 338, 459, 462 

, Stephen, 487 

, Sir Thomas, 436 

, Thomas, 84, 105, 158, 

427, 444 

— , Wm., 121 

Wan-, William, 140 
Warren, Anne, 431 

, Edward, 81 

, Elizabeth, 75 

, George, 333, 336, 340 

, Henry, 84 

(or Warrin), John, 79, 

85, 112, 13s, 333, 337, 340 

, Joseph, 431, 459 

, Nicholas, 326 

, Richard, 297 

Thomas, 351, 363, 



375. 384. 395 

AVarringlon, Robert, 82 

Warrwell, Joseph, 125 

Wartumbee, Richard, 139 

Warwick, Robert, Earl of, 159 

, Earl of, 309 

Wasey, Joseph, 374 

Washborn, Washborne, Wash- 
burn, Wasborne 

, John, 57, 189, 257, 

263, 426 

, Joseph, 36 

, Margerie, 57 

-, Phillipp, 57 



Wasley, John, 487 
Wassell, Jo., 93 
Wasson, Edward, 489 
Waterman, Ann, 123 

, Humphery, 471 

, John, 324 

, Katherin, 85 

, Mr., 309 

, Nicholas, 154 



Waterman, Tho., 40 
Waters, Walters 

, Edward, 187, 253, 272 

, Grace, 187, 253 

. Jo., loi 

, Margarett, 253 

, Mary, 459 

William, 187, 253 



Wathin, Tho., 137 
Walkines, Watkins, Watkyns, 
Wattkines, Wattkins 

, Arthnr, 52 

, Daniell, 189, 231 

, David, 354, 486 

, Eliz., 489 

, Henry, 189 

, Peregree (or Pere- 
grin, &c.), 189, 265 

, Phillip, 4:6 

, Rice, 181, 232 

, Richard, 138 

, Robert, 486 

, Thomas, 487 



Watkinson, John, 39 
Watler, Robert 127 
Watlington, Francis, 351, 3i;4, 
368, 375, 388, 408 
, Mary, 417 



^^'atson, Wattson 

, Abram, 50, !2I 

, Alice, 124 

, Christopher, 80 

, Francis, 87 

, James, 172, 207 

—- , John, 36, 82, 150, 169, 

201, 256 

, Margaret, 102 

, Nic°., 74, 122 

, Thomas, 50, 172, 439 

, William, 103, 434 

-, see Whatson 



see Watkines 



Watt, David, 487 

Walters, see Waters 

Wattkines ] 

Wattkins \ 

Wattlin, Richard, 279 

Watton, John, 119, 128, 191 

^^'atts, Watt's 

, James, 74 

, Jeremy, 104 

, Jo., 51. 73. 141 

, Josias, 116 

, Medusala, 41 

, Nice., 81 

, Richard, 115 

, Thomas, 171, 238 

, Wm., 139 

Wattson, see Watson 
Watty, Henry, 497 
, Pierce, 497 



Wautre, George, 198 
Waycome, William, 190 
Waymoth, James, 134 
Waynewrite, Richard, 83, see 

Wain Wright 
Wayte, John, 471 
Wazell, 'Thomas, 71 
Wazen, Jo., 121 
Weare, John, 296 
Weasell (or Wesell), Niccolas, 

182, 261 
Weaver, Edmond, 46 

, James, 46 

. John, 467 

, Margi-ett, 46 

, Samuell, 181, 23S, 319, 



-, Sarah, 467 

(or Weaver), Thomas, 



167*, 417 

-, William, 329, 461 



, see Wever 

Webb, Anthony, 153 

, Edward, 136, 499 

, Goodman, 176 

, James, 3I6, 317, 343, 471 

, Jane, 472 

, Katherin, 67 

, Richard, 114 

, Samuell, 461 

, Stephen, 177, 232 

, Thomas, 63, 104, 118, 143 

Webbs, Mr., 308 

Webber (or Wheeler), Natha- 
niel, 326, 329 

Weblin (or Webling), Wassell, 
182, 241 

Webster, Anne, 490 

, Edward, 415 

, Elisabeth, 429, 430 

, Francis, 1 03 

, Henry, 414 

, Joan, 237 

, John, 487, 490 

, Ralph, 141 

, Richard, 135 

, Robert, 429, 449 

, Roger, 181, 237 

•, Susanna, 490 



Weeden, Edward, 59 
Weekeham, Gyles, 296 
Weekes, Anna, 130 

, Jo., 116, 130 

, Marie, 130 

, Thomas, 139 



Weeks, Symon, 152 
Welby, William, 168 
Welch, David, 459 

, Edmond, 416 

, John, 303, 362, 471 



INDEX. 



S77 



Wekh, see Welsh 
Welchman, John, 183 

, Lewis, I S3 

Welder, William, 169 
Welding, William, 447, 459 
Weldon, William, 201 
AVellyn, Richard, 4". 
Wellman, Christian, 133 

, Tho., 40 

Wells, Ann, 49, 59 

, Henrie, 38 

, John, 4S7 

, Mathew, 129 

, Richard, 113, 120 

, Robert, 127 

, Tho., 59 

, William, 86 

Welsh, Jacub, 54 

, John, 143, 304 

, see Welch 

Weltden, Anthony, 413 
Wendever, Robert, 80 
Wentworth, Hugh, 87 
Wesell, see Weasell 
West, Anthony, 176, 233 
, Francis, 157, 158, 172, 

257, 268 

, [Frances], 179 

, , Mrs., 257 

, Henry, 194 

, Jane, 424 

, John, 82, 92, 178, 179, 

227, 424 

, Nathaniell, 133, 190, 257 

, Richard, :i5 

, Thomas, 87,178, 229, 424 

, Twiford, 130 

West — Garrett, Richard, 135 
Westbury, Thomas, 417 
Westerlink, Martin, 138 
Westgarth, Jo., 51 
Westlake, Philip, 120 
Westlie, Wm., 117 
Weston, Edmond, 76 

, Francis, 266 

, Hugh, 116 

, Jesper, 36 

.Jo-. 51. 74. 125, 143 

, Josias, 140 

, Sicillia, 116 

, Thomas, 209 

, William,37,5i, 173,208 

Westwood, Westwoode 

, Bridgett, 279 

, Mathew, 52 

, William, 277, 279 

Wethered, John, 298 
Wetherell, Sackford, 258 
Wetherfield, Leonard, 36 
Wethersby, Wethersbie 



Wethersby, , 257 

, Bartholmew, 185, 



Dorythie, 251 



Wethersly, Albiano, 1S5 

Wever, Richard, 103, see Wea- 
ver 

Weyer, Archibald, 40 

Woyly, Michaell, 460 

Wii.il-y, Roger, 164*, see Wal- 
ley 

Wh.ip'.ett, Tho., 120 

Wliarton, PliiUipp, 85 

Whation, Richard, 506, see 
Watson 

Wheat, Josua, 57 

Wheatiie, Richard, 102 
■, Wm., 85 

Wheatly, Christopher, 84 

Wheeler, Sir Charles, 161* 

, Charle;;, 162 

, Edward, 79 

, Henry, 1S3, 259 

, John, III, 415, 463 

(or Webber), Nathaniel, 



326 



-, Richard, 127 
-, Wm., 132, 415 



Wheler, Christopher, 417 
Whetenhall, Charles, 303 
Whetston, Christian, 67 

( Whetstone or Whett- 



ston), John, 116, 149, 321 
322, 325, 331, 335, 339, 344, 

439 

Whetty, Matthew, 498 

Whicker (or Whitker), Benja- 
min, 318*, 320, 324 

■, John, 31S, 320, 325 



Whitby, Richard, 181 
White, Andrew, 136 

, Ann, 125 

, Anthony, 279 

, Charles, 115, 320 

, Cornelius, 303 

, Edward, 90, 118, 235 

, Ellin (or Elen), 102,422 

, Elizabeth, 465 

, Francis, 68 

, Gamaliel, 117 

, George, 39, 74 

, John, 39, 42, 51, 75, 

95, 150, 330 
(Witte, or Wittes), 

John, 326, 327, 331 

, Isack, 136 

, Jacob, 136 

— , Jeremy, 233 

, Katharine, 87 

, Mark, 104 



White, Martha, 90 

, Mary, 90, 428, 465 

, Michell, 38 

, Milicent, 487 

, Nath., 459 

, Patient, 136 

■, Patrick, 487 



, Richard, 77, 422 

, Thomas, 126, 422, 465 

William, 38, 65, 84, 



102, 103, 115, 257 
see Wite 



Wliitefoot, Amos, 414 
Whitehead, Joseph, 418 

-, Tho., 487 

Wh'.tehedd, John, 40 
Whiteing, Kathrine, 448 

, Thomas, 446 

, Wm., 416 

see Whiting 



Whiteliff, George, 414 
Whiten.an, Robert, 88 
Whitfeild, Mathew, 415 

, Roger, 355, 382 

or Whitfild), Gil- 



bertt, 184, 243 
Whitfield, John, 119 
Whitehand, George, 238 
Whithedd, James, 116 

, John, 71 

, Nico., 141 

Tho., 128 



Whithorn, Gabriel, 320* 
Whithorse, Lawrence, 114 
Whitimor, Sir William, 60, see 

Whittimor, Whitmore 
Whiting, John, 465, 467 
■, Richard, 427 



Whitinge, James, 248 
•, see Whiteing 



Whitker, see Whicker 
Whitley, Michell, 120 
Whitlock, Wm., 52 
Whitman, Sara, 131 

, Zacharia, 131 

Whitmarck, Whitmarcke, 
Whitmarke, Whytemark 

, Alee, 284 

, Jane, 284 

, John, 284 

Ouseph (or On- 



seph), 284 

, Richard, 284 

Whitmore, Alee, 151 

• (or Whitmor), Sir 

George, 47, 100 

, Robert, 175, 233 

, see Whitimor, Whit- 
timor 

Whitney, Ellin, 58 



n 



S78 



INDEX. 



Whitney, Jo., 58 

, Jonathan, 58 

. , Nathaniell, 58 

, Richard, 58 

, Samuel, 308 

-, Tho., 58 

Whitt, Edmond, 180 

, Jerime, I So 

, Robert, 194 

, William, 173 

Whittaker, Geo., 112 
Whittakers, Elizabeth, 183 

, isacke, 182 

, Mary, 1S2 

Whittee, Mary, 414 
Whitteredd, Whittredd 

, Elizabeth, 56 

, Tho., 56 

, Wm., 56 

Whittington, Stephen, 152 
Whittimor, Elizabeth, 46 

, Lawrence, 46 

, see Whitimor, Whit- 
more 
Whitton, Awdry, 76 

, Jeremy, 78 

, Thomas, 78 

, see Wilton 

Whitreed, see Whitered4' 
Whitwham, Jo., 119 
Whurter, Vyncent, 116 
Whytemark see V/hitmarck 
Wickham, Benj*., 415 

, Eliz»., 417 

, Joseph, 332, 335, 341 

, Tho., 417 

Wicks, Jo., 115 

-, Matthew, 308 



Wiett, Wm., 154, see Wyatt 

Wiffe, Richard, 257 

Wigg, John, 37 

Winge, Edward, 241 

Wiggin (or Wiggins), Tho., 

114, 125 
Wiggmore, Elias, 125 
Wilbraham, The, 461 
AVilby, George, 59 
Wilcockes, M.hell, 246 
Wilcocks, John, 1S8 

, Maudlin, 188 

, Micheall, lb8 

, Nico., 8i 

, see WiUcockes 

Wilcockson, Margaret, 45 

, Wm., 45 

, see Willcockson 

Wild, Alice, 56 

, Jo., 56 

(or Wile), Robert, 104 

(or Wilde), William,56,4i8 



Wild, see Wylde 

Wile, see Wild 

Wiley, Jone, 426, see Wylie 

Wilkenson, see Wilkinson 

Wilkines, Briggett, 265 

, John, 264, 265 

Willdns, Goodwife, 189 

, Hum'frey, ill 

, John, 189, 415, 461 

, see Wilkyns 

Wilkinson, Daniell, 414 

, Edward, 70 

, Hen., 72 

, Jane, 84 

, Jo., 36, 84, 122 

, Mathew, 140 

, Parnel, 310 

, Tho., in 



Wilks, John, 40 

, Nathaniell, 414 

Wilkyns, Roger, 127, see Wil- 

kins 
Willard, Jo., 127 
WiUcockes, Elizabeth, 246 

, John, 263 

, see Wilcocks 



Willcockson, Jo., 45, see Wil- 
cockson 
Wilier, Thomas, 193- 
Willerton, Elizabeth, 95 
Willet, Tobie, 150 
Willett, Ann, 121 
Willey, Rawley, 507 

William, , 188 

(Ncgi-oes), 172, 244,489 

Williames, Alles, 292 

, Ann, 98 

. Anne, 290 

■ , Elizabeth, 292 

, Roland, 261 

■, William, 292 



Williams, Ann, 422 
Anto., 82 



-, Arthur, 418 

-, Cassandra, 435 

-, Christopher, 324 

-, David, 169, 235 

-, Davie, 70, 137 

-, Edward, 226, 435 

-, Elias, 498 

-, Elizabeth, l3o, 433 

-, Ellis, 140 

-, Henry, 171, 2H 

-, Hugh, 174, 329, 338, 

-, Humfrey, 116 
, John, 41, 70, 132, 

139. 141, 349. 354, 3S5. 397. 
412, 427, 434, 448, 459 
, Joyce, 467 



470 



Williams, Katharin, 422 

, Lewes, 73 

, Matthew, 386, 413 

, Maurice, 52 

, Michell, 124 

, Mrs., 189 

, Owen, 41, 74. 138 

, Pierce, 217 

, Rice ap, 179 

•, Richard, 116, 1 17, 



154. 329. 351. 439. 487 

Robert, 84, 1 14, 



179, 192 

, Roger, 86, 137, 233 

, Rowland, 165*, 183 

-, Simon (or Symon), 



41s, 422 

, Susan, 211 

, Teage, 154 

-, Thomas, 81, 102, 



113, 166*, 171, 210, 326, 

330. 369. 3S55. 390. 39Z. 

396, 401, 407, 413, 416, 
418, 429, 506 

-, William, 112, 1 2 7, 



138, 189, 329, 506 

(or Wills), William, 



326, 327, 329 
Williamson, Ann, 130 

. John, 96, 436 

, Marie, 107 

, Michell, 46 [561 

, Nathaniel, 86, 

, Wm., 107 



Willis, Ann, 222 

, Elizabeth, 96, 423 

, Henry, 413 

, John, 50, 319, 319*, 

320*, 423, 459 

, Mary, 120 

, Richard, 471, 472 

, Thomas, 83, 423 

, Wm., 74 

WillUisson, Beniamone, 145 
Larence, 145 



Willmott (or WiUmatt), Ed- 
ward, 327, 328 

( ), Hugh, 

327, 330 
WiU-.ns, sec Williams 
W.limson, see Williamson 
WiUoughby, Lady Ann, 461 

, Ann, 423 

, Dorcas, 423 

, Francis, Lord, 



160*, l6l 



George, 459 
-, John, 162*, 459 
-, Nicholas, 423 
-, Oliver, 417 



INDEX. 



579 



Willoughby, William, Lord, 

l6l* 

, , 162 

Willoughbye (Willowbey, Wil- 

loby, or Willowsaby), Thomas, 

186, 248, 274 
Willox, Matliew, 446 
Wills, John, 152, 413 

— , Roger, 52 

(or Williams), William, 

326, 327, 329 

? , see Ouills 

Willson, Henry, 173 

, Nicholas, 466 

, Wni.,416 

, see Wilson 

Wilmose, John, 177 
Wilse, Francis, 415 
Wilson, Anthony, 487 

, Charles, 487 

, , Junr., 487 

Clement, 193 



262 



Edward, 79, 487 
Elisabeth, 433 
George, 463 
Heniy, 127, 188, 



215, 



, Jacob, 86 

, James, 296 

, John, 102, 109, 172, 

327. 329- 427 

, Katherin, 105, 117 

, Margavett, 487 

, Mary, 433, 449 

, Nathan, 124 

, Reginald, 163*, 166 

■ , Richard, 94, 105, 446 

, Robert, 105 

■-, Stephen, 433 

, Thomas, 69, 223 

, William, 444, 487 

, see Willson 

Wilton, Francis, 202 
WiUsheir, Benjamin, 466, 468 

, John, 462 

, Lawrence, 468 

'- , Thomas, 463 

' , , Junr., 467, 

d&8 

Senr., 467 



, Widow, 465 

Winch, Sir Humphiy, 162 
Wi.iche, Mary, 278 

, see Wynch 

WlndcoU, Elizabeth, 54 

, Jo., 54 

Windebanlc, Secretary, 114 
Windmile (or Wynwill), 

Christo., 1S2, 263 
Windor. Ann, 181 



Windor, Edward, 193 
Windsor, Thomas, Lord, l5o* 
Wing, Hugh, 240 
Winge, Judith, 279 
Robert, 279 



Wingfield, Harbottle, 162* 

Wingate, Roger, 159*, see 
Wyngate 

Wingatt, John, 415 

Winke, Debora, 71 

Winne, Griffin, 219, j-ffi Wynn 

Winscomb, Joane, 213 

Winslow (or Winsloe), Ed- 
ward, 348, 376, 381, 385 

, Josias, 163 

, .Simon, 163 

, Thomas, 193 

see Wynsloe 



Winter, Ambross, 332, 336, 340 

, Robert, 190 

, Thomas, 272 

, see Wynter 



Wintersall, Thomas, 194 
Winthropp, or Wynthropp 

, Deane, 100 

, Elizabeth, 100 

■, John, 100 



Wise, Abraham, 367 

, Christopher, 487 

, John, 36, 37, loa 

Wiseman, Katherin, 84 
Witchfield, John, 150 
Wite, Daniell, i;;;3, see White 
With (or Withief, Maiy, 130 

, Symon, 195 

With'e \i.e. , Withere], Richard, 
Withering, Jane, 488 [185 

Thomas, 488 



Withers, Susanna. 426 
Withie (or With), Marie, 130 

, Robert, 130 

, Suzan, 130 

, see Withy 



Withington, Tho., 368, 406 
, Wm., 459 



Withy, Jesper, 36, see Withie 
Witte' (Wittes, or White), 

John, 326, 32;, 331 
Witton, jo., 103, see Whitton 
\V.tLS, Goodman, 191 
Wins, see Williams 
WoJdall, Francis, 104 

, Jo., lOI 

Patrick, 102 



Wolfe, Emaiiuell, 41G 
Wolfinden, Jeremiah, 416 
Wolhoiiston, Marie, 48 
WoUey, Richard, 79 
Wollraan, Richard, 120 
Wolrich, John, 177 



Wolrich, Mrs., 177 

, Richard, 303 

Wolton, James, 143 
Wolverstone, Benjamin, 46S 
Elizabeth, 462 



Wood, Abraham, 179, 233 

, Alexander, 363, 364 

, Andrew, 426 

, Ann, 240 

, Anne, 100 

, Constunt, 87 

, Elizabeth, 66, 130 

. Francis, 446, 459 

, Henry, 112, 180 

, James, 416 

, John, 35, 80, 82, 130, 

190, 283 

, Leonard, 105 

, Nathaniell, 66 

• , Percivall, 179, 240 

, Patrick, 138 

, Richard, 95 

, Symon, 75 

, Thomas, 39, 140, 176, 

240. 303 

, William, 130 

, see Wood's 

Woodall, Henry, 182 
Woodbridge, Elizabeth, 124 

, Jo., 112 

Woodcock, Josiia, 132 

, Thomas, 407, 417 

Wookcocke (or Woodcoke), 

William, 316*, 317, 344 
Wood;ooke, John, 2S6 
Woodcott, Francis, 85 
Woodfine, Elizabeth, 492 
Wm., 492 



Woodford, Thomas, 149 
Woodgrene, Jo., 82 
Woodland, John, 436 
Mary, 436 
Peter, 296 



Woodlase, Ann, 203 
Woodley, Ann, 170 
Woodliffe, Jo., 269 
Woodman, Henry, n6 

, Richard, 98 

Wood's, Robert, 1 90, see Wood 
Woodson, Frances, 182 

, John, 172, 216 

, Sarah, 172, 216 

Woodstock, Robert, 81 
Woodward, Christopher, 193, 

206 

, George, 47, 54, 281 

, Hei.ry, 181, 182, 

237, 242 

, Jane, 237 

, John, 281 



/o- 



58o 



INDEX. 



Woodward, Mary, 173 

, Richard, 280, 281 

, Rose, 2S0 

Woodword, SaraiicU, 469 
Woodyard, John, 436 

, Mary, 4 36 

Wooley, Joh.i, 184 
Woolridge, William, 334, 339, 

341 
Woiden, Isaac, 65 

, Jane, 43 

Worli<ige, Henry, 104 

, W.iliam, iSo, 254 

Wormley, Ralph, i£? 
Worrall, Wm., 128 
Wor^am, John, 437 

, Mary, 437 

Worthall, Thomas, 25 1 
Worton, Nathanell, 266 
Wragg, Beniamin, 96 
Wrast, Marie, 45 
Wray, Ralph, 80 
Wrench, Wm., 140 
Wrerni, Tho., 123 
Wright, Alice, 126 

■ , Dorcus, 497 

-, Henry, 497, 507 

— , Horten, 229 

, Jeffery, 87 

, Joane, 261 

, John, 109, 194,256,487 

, Lubas, 132 

, Mary, 414 

, Mr., 196 

, Ralph, 306 

, Richard, 123, 414 

, Robert, 183, 261, 414 

. , Thomas, 443 

■ , William, 4S7 

, see Write 

Wrighton, Mr., 309 
Write, Anhm-, 73 

■ . J"-. 74. 122 

, Nathaniel!, 64 

, Wm., 112 

, see Wright 

Writters, John, 268 
Wulfris, Tho., 300 
Wy, Parry, 75 
Wyatt, Christopher, 487 

, Sir Francis, 157, 160, 

173, 221, 273 

, Hant, 173 

, Margaret, Lady, 1 73 



Wyatt, Ralph, 162* 

, see Wiett 

Wydhouse, Jo., 52 

Wygon, Edward, I04 

Wylde, Geo., 77, see Wild 

Wvlie, Jolin, 76, see Wiley 

Wynch, Jeffery, 123, «? Winch 

Wynchesicr, Jo. . 48 

Wyncott, Ann, 83 

, Dorothie, 83 

VVynd, Arthur, 40 

, JaTios, 83 

, Mary. 136 

Wyodell, Jo., 66 ■ 

Wynes, Tho., 116 

Wyngate, Charles, 84, see Win- 
gate 

Wynkles, Jo., 52 

Wynn, Christopher, 121, see 
Winne 

, Jo., 125 

, Richard, 486 

Wynnstonly, Hugh, 71 

Wynsloe, Edmond, 149, see 
Winslow 

Wynter, John, 140, see Winter 

Wynthropp, see Winthropp 

Wynwill (or Windwile), Chris- 
topher, 182, 260 

Wyon, Robert, III 

Wythins, Jo., 137 

YARD, Wm., 84 
Yardley, s:e Yeardley 
Yarwood, Thomas, 418 
Yateman, William, 135 
Yates, Edward, 238 

, Charls, 421 

, Henry, 498 

— ■ — , Joice, 421 

(orYat's), John, 41, 86, 95 

, Kat., 37 

, Margaret, 421 

, Mr., 183 

, Robert, 119 

, Thomas, 418 

— , Wm., 93 
Ya'.man, Henry, 74 
Yeamans, Eliz*., 507 

, Lady, 472 

Yeardley, Yardley, Yeardly, 
Yearlley 

, Argall, 173, 222 

— . , Elizabeth, 173, 222 



Yeardley, Frances, 173, 222 
Sir George, 157. 



Lady, 



173, 222, 238, 274 

Temperance, 



173, 222 
Yeats, Leonard, 172 
"Yemanson, James, 174 
Yeomans, Arthur, 41 
Yonge, Joane, 245 

, Richard, 245 

[? ], Susan, 245 

, see Young, &c. 

Yonges, Anne, 294 

, Joan, 294 

, John, 14s, 294 

, Jo-ueph, 294 

, Maiey, 294 

, P.achel, 294 

, Tho. , 294 

see Young, &c. 



Yore, Elizabeth, 102 
York, James, Duke of, 160*, 
161, 161*, 162. 164 

, James, 94 

, John, 140 

, Kat., 116 

Yott, Tho., 13s 
Young, Andrew, 127 

, Francis, 125, 342 

, Harford, 70 

, John, 41, 459 

, Joseph, 109 

, Marmaduke, 84 

, Mathew, 418 

, Nathaniell, 137 

, Richard, 95 

. Samuell, 79, 342, 344 

, William, 74 

, see Yonge, Yonges, &c. 

Younge, , 173 

, Jone, 176 

, Richard, 176 

, -Thomas, 159 

Younglove, Margaret, 130 
, Samuel, 130 



ZOROBABELL, 190 
Zouch, Edward, Lord, 156 



es, Debra, 290 
es, Elizabeth, 290 
es, John, 290 
es, Samuell, 290 



THE END. 



BILLING, PRINTER, GUILDFORD, SURREY,