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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 and 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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THE ORIGINAL LISTS. 





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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 



1600-1700. 



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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. 

37 




JOHN CAMDEN HOTTEN : LONDON, 1874 

Reprinted: EMPIRE STATE BOOK CO. 

NEW YORK 



live JtUmba-tf 0f 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 
BY THE EDITOR, 

JOHN CAMDEN HOTTEN. 



CONTENTS. 



REGISTER OF THE NAMES OF ALL THE PASSENGERS FROM 
LONDON DURING ONE WHOLE YEAR, ENDING CHRISTMAS, 



1635 ......... 

In the Ship Bonaventure 



Hopewell 

,, Christian 

Planter ... 

Peter Bonaventnre 

Hopewell 

Elizabeth 



Rebecca 
Paul 
Eliza S 



Ann 



Encrease ... 

Susan 6- Ellen 

Falcon ... 

Expectation 

Ann r> Elizabeth . 

Abigail ... 

Alexander 

Plain Joane . 

Matthew... . 

Speedwell 

Thomas 6- John . 

Truelove ... 

James ... 

Defence ... 



J. Ricrofte, Master ... 
J. Romsey, Master... 
I. Wood, Master 
J. White, Master ... 
N. Trarice, Master... 

I. Harman, Master... 
W. Bundocke, Master 
W. Stagg, Master ... 



33, HS 

35 

... 38 

39 

... 42 

43, 45, 47, 48, 50, 53, 

55,56 

43,47. 5' 

44, 46, 49 

48, 53, 53, 5, 57, 60, 
61,68 

50,54 
50 



Hodges, Master 

Acklin, Master 

R. Cowper [or Cooper], Master 54, 57, 58, 

61, 69, 72, 76, 77, 78 

R. Lea, Master ... 55,57,58,60,61,64 
E. Payne, Master ... ... 59,62,76 

T. Irish, Master ... ... 63,142 

C. Billinge, Master ... 67, 69 

J. Brookhaven, Master ... ... 70 

R. Hackwell, Master 73, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 

92, 96, 97, 98, 99, 10 

Burche & G. Grimes, Masters ... 73 

R. Buckam, Master ... ... 78 

R. Goodladd, Master ... ... 80 

J. Chappell, Master ... ... 82 

R. Lambard, Master ... ... 83 

R. Dennis, Master ... ... ... 85 

J. May, Master ... ... 88, 107 

. Pearce, Master ... ... 89, 90 



Vlll 



CONTENTS. 



In the Ship Defence... 



Blessing .. 
Philip ... 
America ... 
Transport 
Paul 
Pied Cow 
Love 
Alice 
Hopewell 
Assurance 
Primrose 
Merchants Hope 
Elizabeth 
Bachelor ... 
Globe 

Safety ... 
George 
Thomas ... 
William & John . 
David 
Truelove ... 
Dorset 
John 
Amity 
Constance 
Abraham 
Expedition 
Friendship 



E. Bostocke, Master 

J. Lester, Master ... 

R. Morgan, Master 

W. Barker, Master 

E. Walker, Master... 

L. Belts, Master ... 

Ashley, Master 

J. Young, Master . . 

R. Orchard, Master 

T. Babb, Master ... 

I. Bromwell 1. Pewsie, Masters 

Douglass, Master ... 

H. Weslon, Master 

C. Browne, Master 

T. Webb, Master ... 

J. Blackman, Master 

J. Graunt, Master ... 

J. Severne, Masler... 

H. Taverner, Masler 

R. Langram, Master 

J. Hogg, Master 

J. Gibbs, Master ... 

J. Flower, Master ... 

J. Waymoth, Master 

G. Downes, Master 

C. Campion, Master 

J. Barker, Master ... 

P. Blackley, Master 

, Master ... 



PAGE 

105, 106 
93, 108 

... 94 

95 

... 101 
... 103 

1 06, 110 

109 

109 

no, 123, 130, 144 

1 10 
114 

116 
117 
III 

119 

121 

124 
126 
127 
I2 9 

ISI 

132 
134 
134 
136 
138 
139 
145 



PASSENGERS BY THE COMMISSION AND SOLDIERS ACCORD- 
ING TO THE STATUTE, CHRISTMAS, 1631, 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 



I47-IS4 
155-168 

169-196 
197-199 
201-265 



CONTENTS. 



PACE 

PATENTS GRANTED TO SETTLERS IN VIRGINIA (CIRCA) 
1626 ... ... ... ... ... ... 266-274 

RETURNS OF THOSE wno EMBARKED FROM IPSWICH AND 
WEYMOUTH FOR NEW ENGLAND, 1634 TO 1637 ... 275-286 

From Ipswich, in the Ship Francis ... J. Cuttingc, Master ... 277,279 
Elizabeth... VV. Andrewes, Master 277,280,281 
Weymouth, in the Ship [1635]... , Master ... 283-286 

REGISTER OF PERSONS ABOUT TO PASS INTO FOREIGN 
PARTS, FROM MARCH TO SEPT., 1637... ... ... 287-298 

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

Yarmouth, in the Rose ... W. Andrewes, Junr. Master 289 

Southampton, in the Virgin^ 1639] ... J .Weare & J. Delahay, Masters 296 

/w[i638] ... ... 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 100 Prisoners to be transported from TAUNTON, by John 

Rose, of London, Merchant ... ... ... ... ... 316 

Invoice of 68 Men-servants shipped on Board the Jamaica Merchant, 

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 Geromc 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 



CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

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 Win. 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 n from EXETER 341 

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

TICKETS GRANTED TO EMIGRANTS FROM BARBADOES TO 
NEW ENGLAND, 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., 1678-9 ... ... ... ... 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 [1678-9] ... ... 465-6 

Burials ... 466-8 

ST. ANDREWS Owners of Lands, Number of Acres, 

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

Parish Registers of CHRISTCHURCH Landowners, Acres, Servants, Ne- 
groes ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 473-488 

Parish Registers of CHRISTCHURCH Baptisms [1678-9] ... 489-93 

Burials [1678-9] 493-6 

ST. JAMES' Baptisms ... ... ... 49 6 -7 

Burials 497-9 

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

Parish Registers of ST. JOHN'S Baptisms [1678-9] ... ... 57-8 



CONTENTS. 



XI 



PAGE 


LIST OF SHIPS CONVEYING EMIGRANTS TO VIRGINIA BE- 


FORE 1625-6, MENTIONED IN ... ... ... 101-26$ 


Abigail 


George 


Phoenix 


Ambrose 


Gift 


Prosperous 


Ann 


Great Hopewell 


Return 


Blessing 


God's Gift 


Sampson 


Bona Nova 


God Speed 


Samuel 


Bonaventure 


Hercules 


Sarah 


Bonny Bessie 


Hopewell 


Seaflower 


Charity 


Jacob 


Sea Venture 


Charles 


James 


Southampton 


Concord 


Jonathan 


Star 


Delaware 


John & Francis 


Supply- 


Deliverance 


London Merchant 


Susan 


Diana 


Margaret 


Swallow 


Discovery 


Margaret & John 


Swan 


Due Return 


Marmaduke 


Temperance 


Duty 


Mary Ann Margaret 


Tiger 


Edwin 


Mary & James 


Treasurer 


Elianor 


Mary Margaret 


Trial 


Elizabeth 


Marygold 


Truelove 


Falcon 


Mary Providence 


Unity 


Flying Hart 


Neptune 


Warwick 


Francis Bonaventure 


Noah 


William & John 


Furtherance 


Patience 


William & Thomas 



INTRODUCTION. 



1ITTLE could even the most sanguine of the early emigrants to 
America have contemplated the subsequent effect which their 
action would work upon the world's history. Some of them, it is true, 
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 



xiv INTR OD UCTJON. 



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 o 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 WlNTHROP, 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, was ISAAC JOHNSON, who, as is well known, 
married the Lady ARABELLA FYNES, 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 regiment, 
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. DUDLEY had received a legal education, under his 
relative, Sir AUGUSTINE NlCHOL, 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 



INTR OD UCTfON. xv 

Chamber to pay a fine of 3000 for his bhare 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 tie . 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 scene dyvers tymes, about 
a month or six weekcs 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. THOMAS 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, sometytne a 
weeke together. * " EDWARD HERON. 

" Yet maye you please further to vnderstande, that this Mr. DUDLYE 
beynge reported to have 300!! p. an., some saye 4Ooli, refused vpon our 
earnest request to beare 30^. 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. 



XVI 



INTRODUCTION. 



" Since the writinge hereof, I vnderstande that one ADDAM RESTON ' 
brother in law vnto the s'l Mr. HOLLANDE, came ridinge through our 
strecte on fridayc in the nyght, the 2Oth of this month, with a gentle- 
woman behindc him, supposed to be the wyfe of Mr. HOLLANDE 
goeyngc towards Boston ; and an other gent, seeminge vnwillinge to 
be knownc. 

" You maye allsoe please to take into your consideration that one 
BENIAMINE DICKOSON of Boston adviscth, that the toune of Boston is 
able and ought to contribute to the charge and expencc of theyrc late 
mayor & Emv. TILLSON, or anye else, that suffer trouble in cause of 
the loanc; and to hclpc towards theyre losses, p JOHAN HOBSON, 
Collector. 

" The same DvKCONSON was 3!! 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 ASCOUGII, 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 England, and there attained positions of eminence. The 
London prisons were soon filled with the more important of the cb- 
jcctors, from various parts of the country, but chiefly fronLthe city of Lon- 
don, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire, Essex, and Gloucestershire. 

* State Papers, Chas.L, Domestic Series, Vol. V, No. 36, Record Office. 



INTRODUCTION. xvii 



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, but were not 
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 KNIGHTLEV, 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, whe^ 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 1860, Mr. SAMUEL GARDNER DRAKE, of Boston (Mass.), pub- 
lished his "Result of some RtscarcJies 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 



INTR OD UCTION. xix 



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 body of this work, 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 Hercules, of Sandwich, 
of the burthen of 200 tons, John Withcrley, 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 Families. Children. Servants 

NATHANL. TILDEN of Tenterden yeoman and i Seven Seven 
LYDIA his wife J by name by name 

JONAS AUSTEN of Tenterden and CONSTANCE his ) 

... f Four, 

wife j 

ROB. BROOK of Maidstone mercer and ANNE his ) Seven 

wife t 

THO. HEYWARD of Aylesford taylor and SUSANNAH } 

his wife } Five " 

WILL. WITHERELL of Maidstone schoolmaster ) 

and MARY his wife 1 Three One 



XX- 



INTROD UCT10N. 



Masters of Families. Children. 

FANNET of Ashford hemp-dresser. 

THO BONEY and HEN. EWELL of Sandwich, shoe- 
makers 

WILL. HATCH of Sandwich merchant and JANE his 
wife 

SAM. HINKLEV of Tenterden and SARAH his wife Four. 

ISAAC COLE of Sandwich carpenter and JOAN his ) 

... r Two. 

wife 



Servants 



Five 



Six 



A Servant. 



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 SAVERS 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 
JNO. BEST of the said parish taylor. 
THO. BRIDGEN of Faversham husbandman and \ 

his wife. 

History of Sandwich, by W. BOYS, 1792, pp. 750-1. 



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 

SARAH his wife 
EDWARD JOHNSON of Canterbury joiner and 

SUSAN his wife 



i child 



7 children 3 servants 



1NTROD UCTION. 



xxi 



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 F'aversham 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 9* 
History of Sandwich, by W. 



3 children 5 serv. 

3 serv. 

4 serv. 

I child 3 serv. 
5 children I serv. 

I serv. 
3 children 

3 children i serv 

4 children 
4 children 

i serv. 

June, 1637. 

BOYS, 1792, p. 752. 



We have next to notice the record compiled by Mr. DANIEL GUSH- 
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 1NTR OD UCTION. 



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 of 
Mr. HAINS, as he is described in the original. Hitherto, Governor 
HAYNES has always been regarded as an Essex man, and lie 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 very 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 GUSHING 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 Wramplingham, which they enjoyed at the time 
Mr. HAYNES married into that family. 

This list of Mr. CUSHING'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. 



INTRODUCTION. xxiii 



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, Fortune, Ann, and Little James. 

Among other notices contained in this list, are the following : 
WILLIAM BRADFORD, of Austerfield, Eng., m. Nov. 30, 1613, 

DOROTHY MAY, of Witzbuts, Eng.* 
EDWARD WINSLOW, of London, m. 16 May, 1618, 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 th e 
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 Pilgrims, or the Life 
and Times of William Brewster" Philadelphia, 1857, pp. 401 410. 



* Both Bradford and Winslow sailed in the Mayflower. 

t 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. 



xxiv 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 by 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. KATHERTNE, 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 ROWLAND ; 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 Winslow'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 mj6$o, 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. RESOLVED, a son ; 
married and had five children. PEREGRINE, a 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 over 

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, his 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 



INTR OD UCTION. xxvii 



first' sickness. A daughter came some years 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 WlNSLOW ; 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 commonly, but 
incorrectly reckoned in the number of the first company of 
passengers for the Colony ; Bradford himself says : " Two other 
seamen were hired to stay a year ; * * when their time was 
out they both returned." Accordingly he says of the Mayflower 
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 liundred 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 2 



xxviii INTR OD UCTION. 



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

Being parts of families, with others, 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 jn the Fortune, became an exemplary man in the 
Colony, and succeeded Elder Brewster in the eldership, in 1649. 

STEPHEN 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 SlMONSON. 



INTRODUCTION. xxix 



HUGH STATIE. 

JAMES STEWARD. 

WILLIAM TENCH. 

JOHN WINSLOW ; brother of Mr. Edward Wins low. 

WILLIAM WRIGHT. 



LIST OF THOSE WHO CAME OVER IN THE ANN AND 

LITTLE JAMES. 

The vessels parted company at sea ; the Ann arrived the latter part of June, and the Little 
James some week or ten days later ; part of the number were the wives and children of 
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. 
MANASSEII 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. 



xxx INTRODUCTION. 



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

his death. 

EDWARD HOLMAN. 
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. Perec'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 



1NTR OD UCTION. xxxi 



Mayhevv 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 knovy that many ships sailed from Bristol, among others Tlte Angel 
Gabriel and TJie 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 m the The Griffin, 
with John Haynes and the Revd. Thomas Hooker ? Where are the lists 
of Tlte 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 



xxxii INTRODUCTION. 



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 transported, as we 
now understand the word. 

The Summer Islands, mentioned at pages 301 314, and elsewhere, 
are now called the Bermudas. In 1609, Sir GKOKGE 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 tlie Summer 
Islands" 

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. 



[Regijster of the names 
of all y e Passinger w ch 
Passed from y e Port of 
London for on whole 
yeare Endinge at 

Xp mas 1 63 5. 




Passinger w ch Passed from y e Port of 

London. 



Post festnm Natalis Christi 1634. vsq' ad festum Na: Christi 

1635 

Secundo Januarij 1634 

IHEIS vnder written are to be transported to Virginea'imbarqued 
in y e Merch' bonavunture JAMES RICROFTE M r bound thither 
have taken y e oath of Allegeance. 



yeres 

WittM SAYER 58 

BAZILL BROOKE 20 

ROBERT PERCY 40 

CHARLES MILLIARD 22 

EDWARD CLARK 30 

Jo: OGELL 18 

RICHARD HARGRAVE 20 

Jo: ANDERSON 20 

FRANCIS SPENCER 23 

JOHN LEWES 23 

RICHARD HUGHES 19 

JOHN CLARK 19 

W M GUY 18 

JOHN BURD 18 

JAMES REDDING 19 

RICHARD COOPER . .18 



yeres 

ANDREW JEFFERIES 24 

W M MUNDAY 22 

ARTHUR HOWELL 20 

Jo: ABBY 22 

JAMES MOYSER 28 

MATHEW MARSHALL 30 

W M SMITH 20 

GARRETT RILEY 24 

MILES RILEY 20 

WlftM BURCH 19 

PETER DOLE 20 

JAMES METCALF 22 

Jo: VNDERWOOD 23 

ROBERT LUCK 25 

JOHN WOOD 26 

WALTER MORGAN 23 

52 



PASSINGER 



PASSED FROM 



[1634 



HENRIE IRISH 16 

GEORGE GREENE 20 

HENRY QUIXTON 20 

Jo: BRYAN 25 

ROBERT PAYTON 25 

Tuo: SYMOND'S 27 

MICHELL BROWNE *35 

Jo: HODGES 37 

Jo: EDMOND'S 16 

GARRET POWNDER 19 

Jo: WISE t28 

HENRY DUXNELL 23 

SYMON KENNEDAY 20 

THO: HYET 22 

THO: JAMES 20 

JO SOTTERFOYTH 24 

EMANUELL BOMER 18 

LEONARD WETHERFIELD 17 

JAMES LICKBURROWE 20 

THO: SINGER 18 

JESPER WITHY 21 

ROBERT KERSLEY 22 

Jo: SPRINGALL 18 

THO: JESOPP 18 

JAMES PERKYNS 42 

DANIELL GREENE 24 

W M HUTTON 24 

Jo: WILKINSON 19 

HUGH GARLAND 20 

RICHARD SPICER 18 

HUMFREY TOPSALL 24 

THO: STANTON 20 

Jo: WATSON 28 

THO: MURFIE . . 20 



JOHN FOUNTAINS 18 

HENRY REDDING 22 

LOUGIITON BOSTOCK l6 

JOHN RUSSELI 19 

Tno: RIDGLEY 23 

ROBERT HARRIS 19 

Wilbi MASON 19 

VICTOR DERRICK 23 

JOHN BAMFORD 28 

GEO: SESSION 40 

Jo: COOKE 47 

THO: TOWNSON 26 

THO: PARSON 30 

MICHELL HOPKINSON 27 

W'SuRGissoN 25 

EDWARD FISHER 35 

ROBERT FISHER 34 

RICHARD ELLIS 29 

Jo: ATKINSON 24 

JO. HlCKCOMBOTTOM 24 

JOSEPH WASHBORN 22 

RICHARD PITT 19 

EDWARD MAIOR 19 

Jo: FAVOR 18 

HENRY ANMER 16 

ELLIN JONES 18 

WlftM RlDGDELL 24 

CHRISTOPHER CARNOLL 23 

Jo: FEELDHOUSE 19 

THO: TAYLOR 19 

Jo: GRIMSCROFT 27 

JESPER WESTON 27 

JOHN LEE 17 

JOHN SKORIE 16 



* [Tliis age is uncertain, the first figure having been altered ; it, however, looks like a 3 followed 
by two 5's.] 

t [It is doubtful whether this age is 18 or 28.] 



1634] 



Y F - PORT OF LONDON. 



37 



JO: MOSELY ',.., 18 

JEREEMY REDDING 18 

RICHARD AST 30 

JOHN ROLINSON 26 

RICHARD GLAISTER 31 

PROTHEROCK ALIS 24 

JOHN TOWSE 26 

RICHARD CAVE 28 

THO: GOODMAN 25 

PHILLIPP CONNER 21 

LAUNCELOT PRYCE 21 

Vxor THOMAZIN 18 

KAT: YATES. 19 

AVERYN COWPER 2O 

Jo: DUNN 26 

LEONARD EVANS 22 

THO: ANDERSON 18 

EDWARD CRANFIELD 24 

mor ANN CRANFIELD 18 

Jo: BAGGLEY 14 

THO: SMITH 14 

With! WESTON 30 

THO: TOWNSEND 14 

EDWARD DAVIES 25 

MARY SAUND RS 26 

JANE CHAMBERS 23 

MARGARET MADDOCK'S 21 

ROGER STURDEVANT 21 

JOHN WIGG 24 

JOHN GREENWOOD 16 

ANDREW DUNTON 38 

JOHN WISE 30 

W M HUDSON 3 2 

THO: EDENBURROW 37 

JOHN HILL 50 



HENRY ROGERS 30 

ROBERT SMITHSON 23 

NIC A : HARVY 30 

JAMES GRASTON [or GRAFTON] 22 

DANIELL DANIELL 18 

REGINOLL HAWES 25 

GEO: BURLINGHAM* 2O 

JO: HUTCHINSON 22 

JAMES GRAME t 17 

RICHARD HARMAN 20 

SAM: ASHLEY 19 

GEO: BURLINGHAM 20 

ELIZABETH JACKSON 17 

SARA TURNER 20 

MARY ASHLEY 24 

MARGERIE FURBREDD 20 

MARGARET HUNTLEY 20 

RICHARD DOLL 25 

THO: PERRY 34 

vxor 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 

RIC R HORE 24 

RALPH NICHOLSON 20 

ROBERT MORE 19 

JOAN NUBOLD 20 

THO: HEBDEN .. . 20 



* {It will be observed that this name is repeated five lines below.] 

t [It is possible that this name may be intended for GRAND ; the last two letters are very badly 
written.] 



PASS1NGEX 



PASSED FROM 



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r/" Januarij 1634. 

|HEIS vnder written names are to be transported to S l Christophers 
the Barbadoes, JAMES ROMSEY M r bound thither have taken 
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yeves 

JOHN PHII.LIPPS 21 

JOHN ALLIX 23 

DAVID JOHXES 24 

WM WHITE 30 

HUMFREY DAVIES 22 

W M CANNION 21 

EDWARD LAMPEUGH 35 

GEORGE CLIFFE 26 

ABRAM JNSOX 27 

HENRIE WELLS 23 

JOHN VSHER 26 

EDMOND KNIGHT 21 

THO: RASBOTTOM 23 

W M GRIGGSON 14 

RICHARD JONES 23 

MICHELL WHITE 18 

RICHARD BORNE 24 

EDWARD FLETCHER 20 

FRANCIS SOWTH 19 

JOHN CONNY 20 

ROBERT SKARVILL 21 

EDWARD ROBINSON 18 

JOHN HOLLAND 15 

EDWARD ASH 20 

THO:SANDBY 17 

THO: GREENE 24 

MARK THEODY 18 

WlttM BURT 22 



JOHN BOWES 23 

HENRY CUPPLF.DIKE 20 

ROB T STRATFORD 16 

ROBERT HOLLAND 19 

THO: BORNE 22 

EDWARD ROBERT'S 25 

JOHN CARTER 26 

GEORGE BUTTON 19 

EDWARD JENNOR 24 

JOSEPH GLADE 20 

PETER MONK 29 

RICHARD COKE 38 

ISACK PETER 20 

PHILLIPP SQUIER 20 

BARTHOLMEW FLUDE 24 

RICHARD LAWRENCE 20 

DANIELL SMITH 20 

JOHN SYfiiES 17 

ROBERT KETT ' 22 

SUZAN HUDSON 20 

MARY SEA 16 

JOHN SHETTLEWORTH 28 

RICHARD FRYMF. 26 

ROB T HOLME 22 

JOHN MORE 28 

RICHARD PERCE 45 

EDWARD JONES 21 

MARK ELLVYN . 20 



1634] 



PORT OF LONDON. 



39 



HENRY PURSTYNN 18 

RICHARD CHITTING 23 

THO: MARFUTT 22 

RICHARD EDMOND'S 18 

W M PRICHARD 25 

THO: ARNOLD 18 

RICHARD CHAMBLIS 19 

EDWARD BRUNT 25 

GEORGE STOKES 23 

HENRY FOOKES 21 

ROBERT GRANGER 21 

W 51 WALTER 26 

JOHN RODS 20 

EZECHELL CLEMENT'S 20 

THO: CARPENTER 20 

THO: SMITH 17 

JOHN WHITE 27 

JOHN WATKINSON 22 

JOSEPH PARDY 23 

ROBERT LANGRIDGE 20 

JN ETHERINGTON 17 

GEORGE WHITE 27 

THO: COCKEY 25 

ANT BLACKGROVE 24 



JOHN HIGGINS 20 

WittM HODGSON 20 

THO: JENKYNNS 23 

JN GREENEWOOD 26 

JOHN PLACE 22 

\V M HAYMAN 36 

EDWARD SAVAGE 20 

JO:CONNIERS 21 

JOHN MORE 30 

ROB T GROUND 22 

WILLIAM BRUTON 22 

WILLIAM WALTON 22 

Withi SEWARD 26 

HENRY RYMES 40 

HENRY ILES 17 

BRYAN ERLE 21 

JOHN Fox 19 

ROBERT GILBY 18 

ROBERT BAKER 50 

THO: PECK 20 

WiftM HARRIS 35 

JOHN TOWNE 27 

CHRISTIAN MYNNIKYN 19 



17 Februarij 1634. 

|HEIS vnder-written names are to be transported to the Barbadoes 
imbarqued in y e Hopewcll Captcn THO: WOOD M r bound thither, 
the passenges have taken the oath of Allegeance Supremacie. 



yeres 
WlftM VSHER 22 

Ric R : HANBY 23 

RICHARD JACKSON 17 



yeres 



JOHN HILL 19 

RICHARD CLYNTON 23 

JN HARRISON 46 



PASSINGEJt Wc PASSED FROM 



['634 



JAMES READ 19 

DUNSTON KEMBER 20 

W M OWEN ,23 

JN FREE 25 

RICHARD GANE 19 

THOMAS RICHARD'S 19 

JOHN NICKS 23 

MARTIN PERKYNN 20 

ANTO BLADES* 24 

ROBERT DYMOND 29 

THO: DAYES 20 

W M WALKER 21 

RALPH HARWOOD 23 

PHILLIPP PHILPOTT 30 

JAMES PALLISTER 28 

RICHARD CLARK 21 

DANIELL BAKER 20 

JOHN TAYLER 23 

THOMAS PROSSER 20 

JOHN EATON 20 

THO: 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 

W M WALTERS 22 

WlftM PUTTEX 2O 

ARCHIBALD WEYER 18 

NATHAN IELL COBHAM 17 



JARVICE DODDERIDGE 

JOHN DECBORN 

WiftM SERIFF 

JOHN OFFWORD 

THO: LEE 

ROBERT RICHARD'S 

GEORGE HITER 

JOHN DREADD 

ARTHUR WVND 

RICHARD OSBORN 

JOHN PHILLIPPS 

JOHN STEEVENS 

JOHN REDDHEDD 

W M GlBSON 

THO: WATERMAN 

THO: JONES 

Jo: NISOM 

EDWARD LA YTON 

WiltM BENSON 

JOHN WHITEHEDD 

RICHARD BARNARD .. 

HENRY LONG 

JOHN WILKS 

THO: WELLMAN 

THO: GATON 

WiftM ALLIN 

THO: LETTENY 

ROBERT PORTER 

JOHN HUGHES 

HENRY ATKYNS 

ROBERT KEMBER 

ROBERT MILLS 

JOHN DAVIES 

THOMAS CROWDER.. 



21 

22 

19 
24 
2O 

18 
18 
17 
17 

22 

37 
13 

28 

18 

27 

19 
23 

30 
28 

23 
23 

21 
22 
21 
25 
25 
2O 
20 
20 
22 
21 

19 
25 
21 



[This name is very faintly written, but I do not think there can be any doubt about it.] 



1 634] 



PORT OF LONDON. 



RICHARD PURNELL 21 

ROBERT LYNLEY 20 

HENRY HOLMES 44 

JOHN KEY 30 

JOHN WILLIAMS 21 

JOHN FOWLER 24 

JOHN OWEN 20 

OWEN WILLIAMS 21 

THO: DREW 26 

W M BUMSTEDD 21 

EDWARD JNSON 20 

JOHN BOWND 20 

JOHN HAIES 30 

JOHN LYON 18 

WittM CORSER 24 

THOMAS TRIGG 21 

ROBERT NISBETT 19 

WiftM CADDY 21 

JOHN CASSEDY 20 

ALEXANDER MORE 24 

RICHARD WELLYN 25 

RICHARD GRIFF'S [GRIFFITHS] 24 

ARTHUR YEOMANS 24 

NICHOLAS HOBSON 23 

W 51 MARROW 25 

FRANCIS DENE 21 

JOHN PHILPOTT 16 

JOHN STRATTERGOOD 18 

W M CANT 19 

HENRIE SPECKMAN 27 

JOHN YAT'S 19 

W M RANSE 2; 

GEORGE SELMAN 16 

NICHOLAS BLADES 21 

JOHN CLARK 24 



THO: EYERIE 19 

THO: MEDWELL 31 

Jo: BASHER 20 

JAMES ELLERTON 18 

RICHARD HANDS 19 

MEDUSALA WATT'S 20 

THO: HAMES 19 

PHILLIPP CARTWRITE 20 

JOHN LOFTIS 21 

MlCHELL ROCKS 21 

Jo: LING 45 

THO: SHERMAN 26 

W M JACKSON 30 

JAMES GOLDINGHAM 32 

RIC R : RAINOLDS 19 

Jo: NOKES 20 

FRANC'S [FRANCIS] SYMOND'S 21 

THOMAS LURTING 21 

JAMES ANDERSON 19 

WALTER JAGO.. 20 

JOHN BEAD 22 

JOHN YOUNG 19 

THO: HUBBARD 20 

EDWARD BROWNE 24 

W M SEERE 22 

\V M LEVYXS 22 

Jo: HAMOND 17 

EDWARD PULLIN 27 

JAMES CULLIMOR 22 

Jo: DE PARK 28 

RICHARD WALTON 21 

ROBERT COLLIE 20 

JOSEPH HEPWORTH 33 

WittM WALTERS 32 

DANIELL SMITH 33 

6 



PASSINGER 



PASSED FROM 



RICHARD TKUEMAN 24 

W M MASTERS 21 

Jo: CLERE 26 



RANDALL OGDEX 19 

THO: BROWNE . . .11 



xj" Marcij 1634 

HEIS vnder written names are to be transported to 
Cripplegate.:"-' MSB New England having brought Certificate from the 
Justices of the peace Minister of the pish the ptie hath taken the oaths 
of Allegeance Supremacie. 

PETER HOWSON xxxj yeres his Wife ELLIN HOWSON 39 yeres old. 



de sjochia Sci ) 
Egiddij [Giles] f 



Turris 
London 



HEIS vnder written names are are (sic) to be transported 
to New-England having brought attestacon Certific 
from the Justices of peace Minister of the pish according to the LLs 
[Lords] of the Councells order the ptie hath taken the oaths of Allegeance 
Supremacie. 

yeres 

THOMAS STARES 3 1 

SUZAN JOHNSON 12 



1 6 Marcij 1634 

HEIS vnder-written names are to be transported to New- 
England imbarqued in y e Christian de Lo: JO: WHITE. 
M r bound thither, the Men have taken y<= oath of Allegeance Su- 
premacie. 



Mildred 
Bredstret 



yeres 

FRANCIS STILES 35 

Tuo: BASSETT 37 

THO: STILES 20 

THO: BARBER 21 

Jo: DYER 28 



yeres 

Jo: HARRIS 28 

JAMES HORWOOD '... 30 

Jo: REEVES 19 

THO: FOULFOOT 22 

JAMES BUSKET 28 



1 634, 1635] 



Y E PORT OF LONDON. 



43 



TIIO: Coop [COOPER] 18 

EDWARD PRESTON 13 

Jo: CRIBB 30 

GEORGE CHAPPELL 20 

ROBERT ROBINSON 45 

EDWARD PATTESON 33 

FRANCIS MARSHALL 30 

RIC R : HEYLEI 22 

THO: HALFORD . ...-20 



THO: HAUKSEWORTH 23 

Jo: STILES 35 

HENRIE STILES 40 

JANE WORDEN 30 

JOAN STILES 35 

HENRY STILES 3 

Jo: STILES 9. Mo: 

RACHELL STILES 28 



22 Marcij 1634 

[HEIS vnder-written names are to be imbarqued in y e Planter 
Nic: TRARICE M r bound for New-England p Certificat from 
Stepney pish, and Attestacon from S r THO: JAY, M r SlMON MUSKETT 
2 Justices of the Peace, the Men have taken the oaths of Supremacie 
Allegeance. 



yeres 



NICHOLAS DAVIES 40 

SARA DA VIES 48 

JOSEPH DAVIES 13 



W M LOCK 6 

A Sawyer Jo: MADDOX 43 

Glover JAMES LONNIN 26 



ROBERT STEVENS 22^ A Sawyer 

JOHN MORE 24 I A Labourer 

JAMES HAIEWARD 22 [4 servants 

JUDITH PHIPPIN i6J 



26 Marcij 1635 

| HIS vnder written name is to be imbarqued in the Peter Bonaven- 
ture. THO: HARMAN M 1 bound for y e Barbadoes S l Christo- 
phers p Certificate from S l Androwes pish Holborne : And Attestacoh 
from Justice GRIMSTON Justice SHEPPARD hath taken the oaths of 
Allegeance Supremacie. 

WitlM BANKS 21 yeeres. 

62 



44 PASBINGER WCH PASSED FROM [1635 

Primo Aprill 1635 
|N the Hopcwcllrt Lond m' W M BUNDOCKE Vs New Engtd 



Jo" COOPER 41 yers \ of oney [Olney]* /-theis haue taken 

EDMOND FARRINGTON 47 yers I in Buckingham- < the othe of Alleg 
\V M PARRYER 36 ) sher ^fsupremcie 

GEO: GRIGG'S 42 jofLanden "| 

1 [? Lavenden]* ! in Bucking- 

PHILLIP KYRTLAND ...21 \of Sherington [ hcasher 
N A KYRTLAND 19 j of Sherington J 

THO. GRIGG'S 15 yers 

W M GRIGG'S..... 14 

ELISA. GRIGG'S 10 

MARY GRIGG'S 6 

JAMES GRIGG'S 2 

WIBROE 42 ys wife of Jo N COOPER 

ELIZA: 49 yers wife of EDMOND FARRIXGTON 

ALYCE 37 yers wife of \V M PURRYERf 

ALYCE 42 yers wife of GEO. GRIGG'S 

MARY COOPER 13. 



Children of GEO: GRIGGS aforsaid 



Jo* COOPER 10 / r 

V Children of To N COOPER aforsaid 
THO. COOPER.., 7 C 

MARTHA COOPER 5' 

PHILLIP PHILLIPP 15 yers seru 1 to Jo N COOPER 

SARRA FARRINGTON... 14^ 
MATHEW FARRINGTON 12 / 
Jo* FAWUNGTON ^Children of EDW. ; FARRINGTON 

ELIZA. FARRINGTON... 8' 

[I have no doubt that Olney and Lavenden are meant ; both which places, as well as Sher- 
ington, are in the Hundred of Newport.] 

t [It is probable that this is intended for PARRYER, a name which appears above ; it is 
however, clearly written PURRYER.] 

J [So in the original ; but doubtless intended for EDMOXD, which name occurs above.] 



"635] 



Y E PORT OF LONDON. 



45 



MARY PURR'YER* 7, 

SARRA PURRYER* 5 I Children of W" PURRYER.* 

KATHREN PURRYER* tSmonthes' 



27 psons 



2" Aprilis 1635 

[HEIS vnder written names are to be transported to New-England 
imbarqued in the Planter NlC: TRARICE M r bound thither the 
pties have brought Certificate from the Minister of S l S l (sic) Albons in 
Hertfordshier Attestacon from the Justices of peace according to the 
Lords order. 



yeres 

A Mercer Jo: TUTTELL 39 

JOAN TUTTELL 42 

JOHN LAWRENCE 17 

W M LAWRENCE 12 

MARIE LAWRENCE 9 

ABIGALL TUTTELL 6 

SYMON TUTTELL 4 

SARA TUTTELL 2 

Jo: TUTTELL i 

JOAN ANTROBUSS 65 

MARIE WRAST 24 

THO: GREENE 15 

NATHAN HEFORDf 16 

servant to Jo: TUTTELL 

MARIE CHITTWOOD 24 

Shoemaker. THO: OLNEY 35 

MARIE OLNEY 30 

THO: OLNEY 3 

EPENETUS OLNEY i 



Husbandman GEO: GIDDINS ... 25 

JANE GIDDINS 20 

THO: SAVAGE, a Tayler 27 

A Tayl r RICHARD HARVIE ... -22 
Husb:man FRANC'S [FRANCIS] 

PEBODDY 21 

Lynnen wever W M WlLCOCK- 

SON 34 

MARGARET WILCOCKSON 24 

JO: WlLLCOCKSON 2 

ANN HARVIE 22 

A Mason W M BEARDSLEY 30 

MARIE BEADSLEY 26 

MARIE BEADSLIE 4 

JOHN BEADSLIE 2 

JOSEPH BEADSLIE 6. mo: 

Husbandman ALLIN PERLEY . 27 
Shoemaker WittM FELLOE ... 24 
A Taylor FRANCIS BAKER ... 24 



* [See note t on previous page.] 

t [This name is very difficult to decipher.] 



4 6 



PASSINGER 



PASSED FROM 



['635 



Tno: CARTER 25. 

MlCIIELL WlLLMSOX [WlL- / 

n > servants to GEO: GlDDINS prd 

LIAMSON] 30 f 

. 12' 



ELIZABETH MORRISON ... 



3 rf Aprill 1635 

Statinor JAMES WEAUER 23 yers f 

Husbandman dwetge in ) EDMOND WEAVER ... 28 yers his wife 
Auckstrey in herefordsher ) MARGRETT aged 30 yers. 

|HEIS vnder written names are to be transported to New-England 
imbarqued in y e Hopewell M r W M BUNDICK. the pties have 
brought Certificate from the Minister f Justices of peace, that they are 
no Subsedy men. they have taken the oath of alleg: f Supremacie. 



Husbandman Jo: ASTWOOD ... 26 

JO: RUGGELLS 10 

MARTHA CARTER 27 

MARIE ELLIOTT 13 

Nazing in Essex. 

Shoemaker Jo: RUGGELLS 44 

V.*WBARBARIE RUGGELLS... 30 

Jo: RUGGELLS 2 

ELIZABETH ELLIOT 8 

GILES PAYSON 26 

ISACK MORRIS 9 

Husbandman. Jo: PEAT 38 

of Duffill* pish 
in Derbieshier. 

EDWARD KEELE 14 

Jo: GOADBY 16 

Jo: BILL 13 

THO: GREENE 15 



p Cert: from Stanstedd Abbeyf 

in com Hert. 
Husb:man LAWRENCE WHITTI- 

MOR 63 

ELIZABETH WHITTIMOR . 57 

ELIZABETH TURNER 20 

SARA ELLIOTT 6 

ROBERT DAY 30 

W M PEACOCK . 12 



Husbandman ISACK DISBROUGH 18 
of Ell-Tisleyj in com 
Cambridge. 

ELIZ: ELLIOTT 30 

LYDDIA ELLIOT 4 

PHILLIP ELLIOT .. 



Husbandman ROBERT TITUS 

of St. Katherins 35 

vxor H ANNA TITUS 31 

Jo: TITUS 8 

EDMOND 5 



* [Probably Duffield, in Appletree Hundred.] 

t [Stansted Abbot is a Township in the Hundred of Braughin, Herts.] 

t [Eltisley, a parish in the Hundred of Longstow.] 



1635] Y E PORT OF LONDON. 47 

GE'O: WOODWARD 35. fishmonger. 

p Certi from S r GEO: WHITMOR S r Nic RAYNTOX two Justices of y e 
Peace in London. from Jo: THORP Minister of y e pish of St Buttolphs 
Billings gate. 



JO be Imbarqued In the PfttrBtnev* dt Lo. m' Cap* HARMAX v r s 

Barbades. 

Theis pties here vnder expressed haue brought Certeficat from two 
Justices of peace that the toke the oathe of Allega Sppremacie Also 
cer' fro ye Ministr of the pishe this 3^ Aprill 1635 

yers 

THO; HATHORNE aged 22 



W M MORRISOX 23 

RALPH VAUGHAN 22 \ 

JANE MADDOCKES 21 



ALCE MACE 22 

MARGRETT ELLGATE 24 

MARGRETT HARTFORDE . 22 



4'* Aprill 1635 

|N the Peter Bonav tr de Lo. m' Cap* HARMAX for Barbades Theis 
two pties brought Cer' from two Justices of peace- the Ministr 
of their Conformity accord to order. 

W M CLERKE 29 yers. | THO: SERGEANT 23 yers. 



vj Aprilis 1635 

|HEIS pties heerevnder mencioned are to be transported to New- 
England : imbarqued in the Planter Nic: TRARICE M 1 ' bound 
thither : they have brought Certificate from the Justices of Peace 
Ministers of y e pish that they are conformable to the orders of y e Church 
of England and are no Subsedy Men : they have taken the oath of 
Supremacie Allegeance die et An prd. 

yeres 

A Carrier MARTIN SAUNDERS 40 

vxor RACHELL SAUNDERS.... 40 



48 PASS1NGEK W^" PASSED FROM [1635 

/ LEA SAUNDERS 10 

3 children \ JUDITH SAUNDR'S 8 

v MARTIN SAUNDERS 4 

/ MARIE FULLER 17 

3 servant's-! RICHARD SMITH 14 

(RIC R : RIDLEY 16 

Husb: FRANCIS NEWCOM 30 

,- RACHELL NEWCOM 20 

wife 2 children-! RACHELL NEWCOM 2j 

vjo: NEWCOin 9 moneths 

A Glover ANT STANNION 24 

DANIELL HANBURY 29 

FRANCIS DEXTER 13 

WiftM DAWES 15 

MARIE SAUNDERS 15 



A Taylor CLEMENT BATES 40 

ANN BATES 40 

[ JAMES BATES 14 

I CLEMENT BATES 12 



JOSEPH BATES 5 

BEN: BATES 2 

servant's P :WYNCHESTER l * 

(. JARVICE GOLD* 30 



Theis pties imbarqued in 
the Eliz. Mr W M STAGG 
,. bound for New England 
p Cert: from the Justic's 
Ministers of y e pish. 



More for the Planter 

Husbandman RICHARD TUTTELL 42 

ANN TUTTELL 41 

ANNA TUTTELL 12 

Jo: TUTTELL 10 

RABECCA TUTTELL 6 

ISBELL TUTTELL 70 

MARIE WOLHOUSTON 30 

* ["The scribe made a brace against Jo : WYNCHESTER, and began to write servant against 
the name, but stopped when he had written se. and wrote servants against JERVICE (JARVICK) 
e.] 



1635] Y E PORT OF LONDON. 49 

Husbandman WittM TUTTELL 26 

ELIZABETH TUTTELL 23 

Jo: TUTTELL 3^ 

ANN TUTTELL 2 a q r 

THO: TUTTELL 3. mo: 

SYCILLIE CLARK 16 

MARIE BILL .. .n 



PHILLIPP ATWOOD 12 

BARTHOL: FALDOE 16 

A Carpenter THO: PELL* 26 

MARIE P/ELL 26 

MA'RIE PELL 



i 



16 

A Carpenter FRANC'S BUSH- 
NELL.. , 26 



MARIE BUSHNELL 26 

MARTHA BUSHNELL i 

WittM LEAf 16 

MARIE SMITH 18 

ELIZABETH SWAYNE 20 

MARGARET LEACH 15 

HANNA SMITH 18 

ANN WELLS 15 



|N the Hopewell WiftM BuNDOCK Mr bound for New-England c. 

JAMES BURGIS 14 

ALEXANDER THWAIT'S 20 

Jo: ABBOTT 16 

Jo: BELLOWES 12 

JO:JOHNES 18 

CHRISTIOM \ LUDDINGTON 18 

MARIE ABBOTT 16 

MARIE COKE 14 

MARIE PEAKE 15 

ATayler THO: PELL 22 

A Glazier Jo: BUSHNELL 21 

* [This and the three following names are crossed through in the original MS.] 

t [It will be seen that this is a repetition of one of the crossed-out names in the first column.] 

J [Probably intended for CHRISTIAN. The original, however, is distinctly written.] 

7 



5 



PASSING ER WCH PASSED FROM 



[1635 



JN the Rabccca of London, M l HODGES for New-England 

A Husbandman. PETER VNDERWOOD 22 

ISABELL CRADDOCK 30 



vij" Aprilis 1635 

[HIS ptie vndcr mencioned is to be imbarqued in the Planter bound 
for New-England, p Cert: from ALDERMAN FENN of his con- 
formitie. he hath taken the oath of Allegeance f Supremacie. 

RICHARD FENN 27 



3 Aprilis 1635 At Gravesend. 

JHEIS vnder written names are to be transported to S< Christophers 
imbarqued in the Paul of London, Jo: ACKLIN, M r bound 
thither, there was Cert: brought from the Minister of S' Katherins of 
their conformitie of their discipline C orders to y e Church of England 
the Men did take y e oath of Alleg: and Supremacie. 



ycres 

RALPH REASON 23 

EDWARD MERRIFIELD 19 

ROBERT WADE 35 

WittM HAIES 24 

GEO: RISHFORD 24 

MATHEW MOYSES 17 

ROBERT RICHARDSON .......... 20 

Jo: MOUNTAIN 20 

Jo: WILLIS 29 

Jo: FRENCH 18 



yeres 

THO: WATSON 29 

DAVID EVANS 22 

STEEVEN GARRET 19 

W M BEDDLE 19 

RICHARD LOCK 20 

ABRAM WATSON 19 

JAMES CARTER 25 

W M SCARSBRICK 23 

W M CHURCH 21 

JOHN REINOJD'S 23 



]' A PORT OF LONDON. 



HENRY BAGIN 22 

W'LAfflYN 21 

HANXA ROPER 23 

HENRY LEE 30 

EDWARD SMALLMAN 21 

ROBERT ATKINSON 23 

Tno: 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 32 



Jo: WATT'S 21 

EDWARD FISHER 27 

RIC R : CROWDER 28 

RIC K : PRESTON 21 

RIC K : OLDER 24 

W'KiNG 18 

Jo: HOLMES 22 

Nic SEDEN 20 

FRA: STOTT 32 

PHILLIPP JENING'S 25 

ROBERT SPURR 24 

THO: SPENDERGRASS 24 

Nic: HOLLIS 20 

RIC R : DANES 20 

49 



|N the Peter Boiiaventurc. THO: HARMAN M r bound for the Bar- 
babodoes, theis vnder written names p order : they have taken 
y c oaths of Supremacie and Allegeance. 



yeres 

THO: BERKYNN 24 

Jo: WESTGARTH 28 

Jo: SWEETING 26 

JAMES TOWNSON 29 

RIC R : DAWSON 28 

THO: GREENWOOD 15 

THO: IVESON 36 

Tno: HYWOOD 22 

W M BANK'S 23 

Jo: GREENLY 20 

DANIELL DAVIES 26 

ROBERT BRABAN 29 

Jo: THOMAS 25 



yercs 

Ric": LEECH 22 

RIC R : ABBOTT 20 

AMBROSE HUETT 27 

Jo: WHITE 25 

Jo: WESTON 26 

W" WESTON 16 

W M HOWSEMAN 12 

Ric n : CHAPMAN 40 

THO: CUTLER 35 

JAMES JACKSON 33 

Jo: SMITHEMAN 23 

ROBERT SAVAGE 21 

GEO: PENNY 24 

7 2 



PASSIJVGER W c " PASSED FROM 



Jo PATTMAN 23 

THO: COKE 3 

Jo: SYMONDS 19 

Jo: BOONE 12 

Nic: EVANS 16 

Jo: WYDHOUSE 15 

RIC E : HOLLINBY 20 

W M LODGE 13 

ISACK PRATT 22 

o: EVANS 17 

AMES ROBARD'S 20 

Ric": CLARK 19 

GEO: PLUNCKETT 19 

W M MACCOWDIN 19 

Jo: ALLIDAY 20 

WALTER GIBSON 25 

Jo: WYNKLES 20 

Jo: VYNN 17 

ROBERT ROE 19 

MAURICE Wilhis [WILLIAMS]. fS 

DENNIS MORTAGH 30 

Jo: DUKKARTII 31 

Ric": MANSFIELD 22 

GRKGORIE OGELL 15 

WWniTLOCK 31 

Jo: LONG 20 

Jo: THOMSON 31 

Tno: FARMER 22 

RIC R : BROWNLEY 19 

MATIIEW WESTWOOD 18 

Jo: MATHER 21 

ROBERT PENDRED 40 

DAVID ROBINSON 20 



WiftM BECKKITT 26 

THO: EVANS 20 

Jo: HYND 24 

W 5 ' MECHAM 20 

ROGER WILLS 20 

THO: TEDDER 19 

Jo: SESSIONS 22 

DANIELL DENNIS 22 

CAPTEN JACOB LAKE 30 

LUKE STOKES 35 

RICHARD SPEED 35 

PHILLIPP HENSON 21 

ARTHUR WATKYNS 25 

JO: JOYNER 25 

Jo: DENT 30 

ROBERT JNSON 26 

Jo: SAWCOTT 18 

Jo: BUNCE 18 

Jo: ROBINSON 26 

Ric": PELL 22 

Jo: DISIIERD 22 

THO: LAMBERD 23 

GEO: CHAPMAN 17 

W M ASTON 17 

ADRIAN COKE 27 

ROBERT PHILKYNN 25 

JN SYMPSON 29 

STEEVEN GREENLY 16 

MARY LOVELEY 35 

ANN LOVELY 10 

MARGARET LUCOCK'S 27 

ANNIS PERCY 24 



1635] Y E PORT OF LONDON. 53 



8 Aprilis 1635 

iHEIS pties herevnder mentioned are to be transported to New- 
England : imbarqued in the Elisabeth of London W M STAGG M r 
bound thither : they have taken the oath of Allegeance C Supremacie 
p Cert: from the pish of St Alphage Cropplegate [Cripplegate] the 
Minister there. 

Tanners W" HOLDRED 25 

ROGER PRESTON 21 

DANIELL BRODLEY 20 

ISACK STUDMAN* 30 

That theis 3 ptics prd are no Subsedie men : wee whose names 
herevnto are written belonging to Blackwell Hall, do averr they are 

none. 

ROB TE FARRANDS. 

THOMAS SMITH. 



j|HEIS pties herevnder written are to be transported in the Planter: 
prd. p Cert: from the Minister of Kingston vpon Thames in the 
County of Surrey of their conformitie : y l they are no Subsedy men. 

A Miller PALMER TINGLEY f 21 

An ostler W M BtJTTERICK 20 

A Miller THO: JEWELL 27 



ix Aprilis 1635 

|N the Elizabeth de London prd M r Wllhl STAGG bound for New- 
England : Theis vnder-written names have brought Cert: from 
ye Minister of Hauckust % in Kent : f Attestation from two Justices of 

* [This fourth name is in a different handwriting from the preceding three, and was doubtless 
inserted after the succeeding paragraph (in which thret only are referred to) had been written.] 

t [The first letter of this name is very faintly marked ; but, after close examination, I cannot 
doubt that it is aT.] 

% [Hawkhurst, in the Lathe of Scray.] 



5 4 PASSINGER WC" PASSED FROM [1635 

Peace being conformable to the Church of England C that they are no 
Subsedy Men. 

yeres 

A Clothier JAMES HOSMER 28 

f Vxor ANN HOSMER 27 

wife 2 children-! MARIE HOSMER 2 

(ANN HOSSMER 3. mo: 

t MARIE DONNARD 24 

maidservts -> MARIE MARTIN 19 

Jo: STON 40 

EDWARD GOLD 28 

GEO: RUSSELL 19 

Jo: MUSSELL 15 



Nono die Aprilis 1635 
jjN the Rabecca M r Jo: HODGES bound for New-England. 

Husbandman. JACOB WELSH 32 

GEO: WOODWARD 35 



|HEIS vnder-written names are to be transported to New-England 
imbarqued in the Rabecca prd. 



ELIZABETH WINCKOLL . . 52 
JO:WINCKOLL 13 



W M SwAYNEaged 16 

FRANCIS SWAYNE 14 



\f l Aprill 1635 
IN the Elisa f Anne m' Ro. COWPER Vs New England 

THOMAS HEDSALL 47 



1635] Tf E PORT OF LONDON. 55 



I N the Encrease of Lond. m' ROBERT LEA v r s New Engtd 

a Mason GEO: BACON* 43 yers : 

SAMUELL ^ yers ) Children of the Said Mason* 

{ j [BACON]. 

SUSAN 10 

a Husbandman THO: JOSTLIN 43 

REBECCA his wife 43 

ELIZA. WARD a maid serut 38 

REBECCA iS ~- 

DOROTHY 1 1 

x T Children of the said 

NATHANIELL .. 08 ^ 

., THO: JOSTLIN 
ELIZA 6 

MARY i 



x? Aprilis 1635 

[HEIS vnder written names are to be transported in the Planter 
prd Nic: TRARICE M r bound for New Engl: p Cert: of the 
Minister of Sudburie in Suffolk f from the Maior 'of the Towne of his 
conformitie to the orders discipline of the Church of England that 
he is no Subsedy man. he hath taken the oath of Alleg: Suprem: 

yeres 

Carrier RICHARD HASFELLf 54 

vxor MARTHA 42 

MARIE HASFELL 17 

SARA HASFELL 14 



5 daughters. 



MARTHA HASFELL 8 

RACHELL HASFELL 6 

^ RUTH HASFELL 3 



* [This name was first written MASON, in mistake, and then altered to BACON ; the correction, 
however, was not made for the children. I therefore suggest, in their case, what is doubtless 
the correct reading, within brackets.] 

t [With some of the daughters, this name appears to be written HAFFELL ; it is, however, 
evidently intended for HASFELL : in the first name, that of RICHARD HASFELL, it is quite 
clear.] 



56 PASSINGER W<=" PASSED FROM [1635 

ALICE SMITH 40 

ELIZABETH Coop [COOPER] 24 

Jo: SMITH 13 

JOB HAWKINS 15 



JN the Planter prd: Theis vnder names are to be transported to 
New-England. 

EGLIN HANFORD 46 

r MARGARET HANFORD 16 

2 daughters | ELIZ . HANFORD ^ 

RODOLPHUS ELMES 15 

THO: STANSLEY . 16 



|N the Elizabeth of London : W M STAGG M r bound for New-England. 

WittM WILD 30 

PETER THORNE 20 

ALICE WILD 40 



xj die Aprilis 1635 

|N the Eliz: prd w" STAGG M r bound for New-England : the pties 
vnder written have brought Certificate according to order 



A Carpenter W M WHITTEREDD 36 

vxor ELIZABETH 30 

sonn THO: WHITTREDD . , 10 



Jo: CLUFFE 22 

Jo: WILD 17 

SAmVEL HAIEWARD 22 

Jo: DUKE 20 



IN the Planter prd : Theis vnder written names are to be trans- 
ported to New-England p Certificate according to order 



SARA PITTNEI 22 

( SARA PITNEI . . 7 



MARGARET PITNEY 22 

RACHELL DEANE 31 



1635] Y E PORT OF LONDON. 57 



xiij" Aprilis 1635 

JN $& Elizabeth f Ann M r ROGER Coop [COOPER] bound for New- 
England p Cert: from the Maior of Evesham in com worc r from 
the Minister of y e pish, of their Conformitie. 



MARGERIE WASHBORN 49 

) 

2 sonns 



Jo: WASHBORNE 14 1 

ii ) 



PHILLIPP WASHBORNE 



|N the Elizabeth de Lo: W M STAGG M' pni: theis vnder written 
names brought Certi. from the Minister of St Savio r s Southwark: 
of their conformitie. 



THO: MILLET 30 

vxor MARIE MILLET 29 

VRSULA GREENOWAV 32 

HENRIE BULL 19 



JOSUA WHEAT 17 

Jo: SMITH 12 

RALPH CHAPMAN 20 

THO: MILLET ... 2 



jHIS vnder written name is to be imbarqued in ^Increase ROBERT 
LEA M r bound for New-England. . p Cert, from Billerecay in 
Essex, from the Minister of y e pish that he is no Subsedy man. 

Husbandmen W M RUSCO 41 

et vxor RABECCA 40 

SARA Rusco 9 . 

MARIE Rusco 71 

>4 children. 
SAmVEL S\ 

W M RUSCO i ) 

8 



PASS1NGER 



PASSED FROM 



['635 



j|N the Increase prd. Theis vnder written names are to be trans- 
ported to New England : p Cert: from All S t>s Stayning's 
Mark-lane of their Conformitie to the Church of England. 

A Taylor TllO: PAGE 29 

ELIZABETH PAGE 28 \ 

THO: PAGE 2 (-wife 2 children. 

KATHERIN PAGE i) 

EDWARD SPARK'S 22 ) 

(. 2 serv's 

KAT: TAYLOR 24 j 



ROGER Coop [COOPER] M r : Theis pties 

herevnder expressed are to be imbarqued for New-England 
having taken the oaths of Allegeance Supremacie likewise brought 
Certificate both from the Ministers Justices where their abiding's were 
latlie of their conformitie to the discipline orders of the Church of 
England, y l they are no Subsedy Men. 



Husb: ROBERT HAWKYNNS . . 25 

Jo: WHITNEY 35 

Jo: PALMERLEY 20 

RICHARD MARTIN 12 

Jo: WHITNEY 1 1 

RICHARD WHITNEY 9 

NATHANIELL WHITNEY .... 8 

THO: WHITNEY 6 

JONATHAN WHITNEY i 

Nic: SENSION 13 

HENRY JACKSON 29 

W H HUBBARD 35 



THO: HUBBARD . ... 10 

THO: EATON i 

MARIE HAWKYNNS 24 

ELLIN WHITNEY 30 

ABIGALL EATON 35 

SARA CARTRACK 24 

JANE DAifiAND 9 

MARY EATON 4 

MARIE BROOMER 10 

MILDRED CARTRACK 2 

JOSEPH ALSOPP 14 



YE PORT OF LONDON. 



59 



8N the Susan f Ellin EDWARD PAYNE Mr for New- England 
Theis pties herevnder expressed have brought Certificate from 
the Minister f Justices of their Conformitie that they are no Subsedy 
Men 



Husbandman JOHN PROCTER . 40 

MARTHA PROCTER 28 

JOHN PROCTER 3 

MARIE PROCTER i 

ALICE STREET 28 

Husb: WALTER THORNTON . . 36 

JOANNA THORNTON 44 

JOHN NORTH 20 

MARY PYNDER 53 

FRANCIS PYNDER 20 

MARIE PYNDER 17 

JOANNA FINDER 14 

ANNA PYNDER 12 

KATHERIN PINDER 10 

Jo: PYNDER 8 

RICHARD SKOFIELD 22 

EDWARD WEEDEN 22 

GEORGE WILBY 16 

RICHARD HAWKINS 15 

THO: PARKER 30 

SYMON BURD 20 

Jo: MANSFIELD 34 

CLEMENT COLE 30 

Jo: JONES 20 

W M BURROW 19 

PHILLIP ATWOOD 13 

W"SNOWE 18 

EDWARD Luinus* 24 



Husb: RICHARD SALTONSTALL 23 
MERRIALL SALTONSTALL .... 22 
MERRIALL SALTONSTALL ..9 Mo: 

THO: WELLS 30 

PETER Coop [COOPER] 28 

W" LAMBART 26 

SAmVEL PODD 25 

JEREMY BELCHER 22 

MARIE CLIFFORD 25 

JANE COE 30 

MARIE RIDDLESDEN 17 

Jo: PELLAM 20 

MATHEW HITCHCOCK 25 

ELIZABETH NICHOLLS 25 

TOMAZIN CARPENTER 35 

ANN FOWLE 25 

EDMOND GORDEN 18 

THO: SYDLIE 22 

MARGARET LEACH 22 

MARIE SMITH 21 

ELIZABETH SWAYNE 16 

GRACE BEWLIE 30 

ANN WELLS 20 

DYONIS TAYLER 48 

HANNA SMITH 30 

Jo: BACKLEY 15 

W M BATTRICK , , 18 



* It is very likely this name may be intended 
plainly written . 



for Lam[m]as ; the second letter is, however, 
82 



6o 



PASSJXGER 



PASSED FROM 



[1635 



15 May 1635 
PENELOPY PEI.LAM 16 yers to passe to her brother plantao" [plantation] 



xitij" Apr His 1635 

IN the Increase of London M r ROB LEA bounde for New Eng- 
land 

Theis haue 
taken the 
oathes of 
Allegance f 



ROBERT CORDELL 
Gouldsmith in 
Limbert Stret* 
sent them a Way v 



SAMUELL ANDREWES aged 37 



ROB TE NANEY 



aged 22 yeres 



ROB TB SANKEY .... aged 30 yeres 
JAMES GIBBONS .... aged 21 yeres 



Also. 



Supremacye, 
and haue 
brought Cer- 
teficat of their 
conformety 
w c '> are this 
_ day filed 



JANE the wife of thabouesaid SAHI ANDREWES 30 y r O All for newland 

ELLYN LONGE her s'runte aged 20 yeares ( [New England] 

JANE ANDREWES her daughter aged 3 yeares Tin the Increase 

ELIZABETH ANDROWES her daughter aged 2 yeares J aforesaid 



xv""-Aprill 1635 
[N the Eliza, de Lond. m' W M STAGG vrs New Englad 



RICH. WALKER 24 yers 

Jo N BEAMOND 23 

W" BEAMOND 27 

THO: LETTYNE 23 

Jo N JOHNSON 23 



theis ptis haue taken Oathe of 
Allegane of Supremacy before 
Sr W M WHITIMOR f S r NICHO: 
RANTON 



WALKER 



15 



* [Doubtless intended for Lombard Street.] 



1635] y PORT OF LONDON. 61 

> 

\$ th Aprill 1635 
JN the Eliza. . Anne de Lon m' ROGER COOPER v r s New England 



PERCY KINGE 24 yers. a Maid seruant to m' Ro: CROWLEY: 



IN the Eliza. . de Lo. m' W M STAGG vrs New England 



JAMES WALKER 15 yers SARRA. WALKER 17 yers: Seru''s to Jo" 
BROWNE a Baker f to on W" BRASEY linen drap in Cheapside 
Lond p Cert, of their Conformity. 



xviij" Aprilis 1635 

|HEIS vnder written names are to be transported to New-England 
imbarqued in the Increase de Lo: ROBERT LEA M r the ptie prd 
having brought Certificat's from the Minister f Justices of y e Peace of 
his conformitie to the Church of England 

yeres 
Glover THO: BLOGGETT 30 

vxor SUZAN BLOGGETT 37 

DANIELL BLOGGET 4) 

, ( 2 children. 
SAMVELL BLOGGET i i ) 



IN the Increase prd. The ptie vnder written hath brought Certifi- 
cate from the Minister of Wapping from two Justices of peace, 
of his Conformitie to y e Church of England: to passe in y e said Ship 
for New-England 

Lynnen wever THO: CHITTINGDEN 51 

vxor RABECCA CHITTINGDEN 40 

ISACK CHITTINGDEN 10 

HEN: CHITTINGDEN 6 



\ 2 children 
' ) 



62 PASSINGER W" 1 PASSED FROM [1635 



|HEIS vnder written names are to be transported to New-England 
imbarqued in the Susan Ellin EDWARD PAYNE M 1 : the pties 
have brought Certificates from ye Ministers Justices of the peace y l 
they are no Subsedy Men : are conformable to y<= orders discipline of 
the Church of England 

A Drap RALPH HUDSON 42 

vxor MARIE HUDSON 42 

/- HAXNA HUDSON 14 

3 children J ELIZ: HUDSON 5 

vjo: HUDSON 12 

THO: BRIGGHAM 32 

'BEN: THWING 16 

ANN GIBSON 34 

servant's-^ JUDITH KIRK 18 

Jo: MORE 41 

LHENRV KNOWLES 25 

GEO RICHARDSON 30 

BEN: THOMLINS 18 

EDWARD THOMLINS 30 

BARBARA FORD 1 6 

JOAN BROOMER 13 

RICHARD BROOKE , . . . 24 

THO: BROOKE 18 

Husbandman SYMON CROSBY 26 

vxor ANN CROSBY 25 

THO: CROSBY 8 week's I j Child 

Husbandman Ric": ROWTON 36 

vxor ANN ROWTON 36 

EDMOND ROWTON 6 1 1 child. 

A Husb:man PERCIVALL GREENE 32 

vxor ELLIN GREENE 32 



YE- PORT OF LONDON. 



To: TRAXE 25-1 

12 servant s 
MARGARET Dix 1 8 j 

Jo: ATHERSON 24 

ANN BLASON 27 



BEN: BUCKLEY 1 1 

DANIELL BUCKLEY 9 

JO: CORRINGTON , 33 

MARY CORRINGTON 33 



xiiij" Aprilis 1635 

|HEIS vnder-written names are to be transported to the Barbadoes 
imbarqued in the Faulcon de London, THO: IRISH M r p Certifi- 
cate from the Minister of the pish of their conformity to the orders of 
the Church of England, The Men have taken the oaths of Allegeance f 
Supremacie. 

GABRIELL BOLT 29 

OWEN BLISS 30 

GEO: SAY 26 

BASSELL TERRY 22 

MARMADUKE TURNER 21 

Jo: BASSETT 19 

Jo: SHEERING 26 

HENRIE BIDDLESTON 17 

THO: LETT 22 

SAMVEL STOR* 17 

JAMES BURT 13 

CHARLES FALL 19 

W M SENNOTT 20 

Jo: BROWNE 20 



THO: WEBB 18 

Jo: HOPWOOD 20 

Nic: WADE 19 

ROBERT DAVERS 14 



HENRY DYE 20 

EDWARD BULL 22 

FARFORD GOLDSMITH 22 

THO: CRISPIN 19 

FRANCIS SHERES 26 

JOHN BATHE 23 

SMITH BAKKR 28 

JAMES HIBBINS 17 

Jo: BELTON 48 

NICOLAS FUTCROFT 16 

W M BlNGHAM 1 8 

HUMFREY MORRIS 1 8 

Jo: DALLINGER 16 

Jo: ROGERS 34 

Jo: SPYER 32 

FRANCIS SMITH 20 

ABRAHAM HALLOWAY 20 

JOSEPH DRAp [DRAPER] 21 



* [The last letter is very indistinctly written : the name may be read as STOR, STON, or STOW.] 



6 4 



PASSfNGEK WCH PASSED FROM 



['635 



THO: BROMBY 59 

Jo: BROMBY 27 

JESPER GlGGON l8 

JOHN BRUMWELL 22 

Ric": DENT 17 

THOMAS GUALMAY 22 

RICHARD SNATHE 19 

RICHARD COCKMAN 20 

THOMAS ALLIN 22 

VALENTINE LOVE 18 

ROBERT HAXLEY 21 

THO: METCALF 20 

W 51 KNIGHT 30 

HENRIE GILDER 1 8 

GEORGE LEE 16 

ANT: BOLDSWORTH 1 8 

JOHN CHURCH 21 

JOHN SCOTT 16 

ROBERT JONES 25 

NATHANIELL WRITE 32 

JOHN JONES 24 

THO: WALLIS 27 



TOBY HAZELL 

GEO: CLARK 

THO: ROBERT'S 

MARMADUKE CROSBY . 

GEO: HARRIS 

ROGER SAWTER 

MARIE PERRY 

ELIZABETH ELSON 

BRIDGET GERDEN 

KATHERIN HILI 

MARIE NEWCOM 

BENEDICTER SHERIIACK 

MARIE CREW 

ELIZABETH LONG 

WINIFRED HAND 

ELIZABETH CURTIS 



W-STURGIS 

THO: KNO\VLES . . . 
PETER LOSTELL . . . 
WALTER HOLBURD 



20 

IS 
18 
28 
17 
'7 
18 
18 

19 

20 

17 

20 

19 
21 

2O 
22 

14 
18 
16 

14 

24 



Aprilis 1635. 

JHEIS pties hereafter expressed are to be transported to New- 
England imbarqued in y e Increase ROBERT LEA M r - having taken 
the oathes of Allegeance f Supremacie : As also being conformable to 
the Governm 1 f discipline of the Church of England whereof they 
brought testimony p Cert: from y e Justices f Ministers where there 
abodes have latlie been, (viz'.) 

yeres 

Husbandman SAMVELL MORSE 50 

vxor ELIZABETH MORSE 48 



* [Crossed through in the original ; the age is doubtftd.] 



1635] YE PORT OF LONDON. 65 

JOSEPH MORSE 20 

ELIZABETH DANIELL 2 

Alynnen wev' PHILEMON DALTON 45 

vxor HANNA DALTON 35 

SAMVEL DALTON s 

W M WHITE 14 

Husbandman MARTHAW MARVYN 35 

vxor ELIZABETH MARVYNN , 31 

ELIZABETH MARVINN 31 

MATHEW MARVYNN 8 

MARIE MARVYNN 6 

SARA MARVYNN 3 

HANNA MARVYNN \ 

Jo: WARNER 20 

ISACK MORE 13 

Carpenter SAMVELL IRELAND 32 

vxor MARIE IRELAND 30 

MARTHA IRELAND \\ 

Plowrite. Wilht BUCK 50 

ROGER BUCK - 18 

A joyner. Jo: DAVIES 29 

A Husbandman. ABRAM FLEMING 40 

Husb: Jo: FOKAR 21 

Clothier. THO: PARISH 22 

JOHN OWDIE 17 

Butcher W M HOUGHTQN 22 

Husb: Wilht PAYNE 37 

ANNA PAYNE 40 

W M PAYNE 10 

ANNA PAYNE 5 

Jo: PAYNE , . . . 3 

DANIELL PAYNE 8. week's. 

9 



66 



PASSINGER 



PASSED FROM 



[1635 



JO: KlLBORNE IO 

JAMES ROGER . , 20 

RICHARD NUNN 19 

THO: BARRET 16 

Jo: HACKWELL 1 8 

Chirurgion SYMON AYRES 48 

vxor DOROTHY AYRES 38 

MARIE AYRES 15 

THO: AYRES 13 

SYMON AYRES 1 1 

RABECCA AYRES 9 

JANE RAWLIN 30 



JAMES BITTON 27 

W M POTTER 25 

ELIZABETH WOOD 38 

ELIZABETH BEARDS 24 

SUZAN PAYNE 1 1 

AYMES GLADWELL 16 

PHEBE PERCE 18 

Carpenter HENRY CROSSE .... 20 

Husb: THO: KILBORNE 55 

vxor FRANCIS KILBORNE .... 50 
MARGARET KILBORNE ..,,.. 23 

LYDDIA KILBORNE 22 

MARIE KILBORNE 16 

FRANCIS KILBORNE 12 

Husbandman" SYMON STONE 30 

vxor JOAN STONE , . 38 

'FRANCIS STONE 16 

ANN STONE 1 1 

SYMON STONE 4 

MARIE STONE 3 

_Jo: STONE 5 weekes 

CHRISTIAN AYRES 7 

ANNA AYRES 5 

BENIAMIN AYRES 3 

SARA AYRES 3. mo: 

A Sawy r STEEVEN VPSON 23 

Jo: WYNDELL 16 

pSACK WORDEN l8 

J NATHANIELL WOOD 12 

ELIZABETH STREATON 19 

TOLLER 16 



children 



seruants 



Y E PORT OF LONDON. 



67 



1 6 Aprilis 1635 

IHEIS pties hereafter expressed are to be transported to the Island 
of Providence imbarqued in ye Expectation CORNELIUS BlL- 
LINGE M r , having taken the Ooaths of Allegeance f Supremacie: As 
likewise being conformable to the Church of England ; whereof they 
brought testimonie from the Ministers Justices of Peace, of their 
Abodes 



FRANCIS SMITH 36 

THO: PALMER 18 

LEONARD SMITH 22 

MATHEW HAMBLEN 38 

W M LYNLIE 58 

CHRISTIAN WHETSTON 19 

W M CAWDLE 19 

FLORENCE DICKENSON 19 

Jo: BAKER 42 

Jo: MARTIN 30 

W M SMITH 20 

ANT DOWSELL 20 

RICHARD SLIE 20 

FRANCIS DALES 20 

PETER AWBREY 32 

THO: FELD 18 

EDWARD HASSARD 24 

RICHARD BULL 17 

RICHARD REINOLD'S 16 

WEAKINS IS 

JO: TOTNELL 16 

EDWARD HORSHAM 14 

RICHARD TRENDALL 16 

WREAD 1 6 

MATHEW PIPPIN . , 20 



MARY BAKER 42 

ELISHA BRIDGES 16 

WiftM THORP 30 

ELIZABETH THORP 20 

ELIZABETH THORP 2 

JOAN FELVER 50 

MARGARET ROLLRIGHT .... 45 

ELLIN COOPER 24 

ELIZABETH COKE 20 

MARIE CHADDOCK 20 

ELIZABETH HAMOND 25 

ALICE AWBREY 29 

ELIZABETH LAWRENCE 26 

ANN NOBLE 21 

MARIE HARROWIGG 21 

MILLICENT LEECH 28 

MARIE GOODWYNN 20 

KATHERIN WEBB 22 

ELIZABETH SCOTT 20 

MARIE HOWES 18 

DOROTHY LAWRENCE 28 

ELIZAB: HORSHAM 16 

ALICE GOLDHAM 26 

RICHARD PRICE 14 

RICHARD LANE 38 

92 



68 



PASSINGER 



PASSED FROM 



['635 



ALICE LANE 30 

SAMVEL LANE 7 

Jo: LANE 4 

OZIELL LANE 3 

Jo: ATKINSON 36 

LOVE ATKINSON 38 



ELIZABETH OWEN 30 

MARIE MILWARD 21 

ISACK BARTON 27 

ABRAM RAY 20 

DORCAS HORSHAM 40 

MARIE GRIFFINN 17 



17 Aprilis 1635 

IHEIS pties herevnder expressed are to be transported to New- 
England imbarqued in y= Elizabeth W* STAGG M r p Cert: from 
the Ministers Justices of the Peace of their Conformitie to the Church 
of England : they have taken the oaths of Allegeance Supremacie 



yeres 

Husb: JAMES BATE 53 

ALICE BATE 52 

LYDDIA BATE 20 

MARIE BATE 17 

MARGARET BATE 12 

JAMES BATES 9 

Husbandman EDWARD BUL- 
LOCK 32 

ELIZABETH STEDMAN 26 

NATHANIELL STEDMAN 5 

ISACK STEDMAN i 

ROBERT THORNTON 1 1 

MARGARET DAVIES 32 

ELIZABETH DAVIES i 

DOROTHY SMITH 45 



filia MARY SMITH 15 

PETER GARDNER 18 

W M HuBBARD 35 

RACHELL BIGG 6 

PATIENCE FOSTER 40 

HOPESTILL FOSTER 14 

FRANCIS WHITE 24 

JOAN SELLIN 50 

ANN SELLIN 7 

EDWARD LOOMES 27 

Jo: HUBBARD 10 

Jo: DAVIES 9 

MARIE DAVIES 4 

Jo: BROWNE 40 



1*35] 



YE PORT OF LONDON. 



69 



JHE ptie herevnder named with his wife children is to be trans- 
ported to New-England imbarqued in the Elizabetli Ann 
WlftM COOPER M r bound thither the ptie hath brought testimony from 
the Minister of his conformitie to the orders discipline of the Church 
of England from the two Justices of peace y l he hath taken the oaths 
of Allegeance Supremacie. 



ALEXANDER BAKER 28 

Vxor ELIZABETH 23 

ELIZABETH BAKER 3 

CHRISTIAN BAKER 

CLEMENT CHAPLIN 48 

W H SWAYNE 50 



yeres 



24 Aprilis 1635 

|HEIS vnder written names are to be transported to the Island of 
Providence imbarqued in the Expectacon aforesaid, the pties have 
taken ye oath of Alleg: 



yeres 

NICHOLAS RISKYMER 31 

W M RANDALL 26 

ANDREW LEAY 24 

Jo: LEAY 25 

Jo: BLOXSALL 28 



SAM: GOODENUFF 22 

EDWARD HASTING'S 23 

THO: HOBBS i s 

Jo: SARACOLE 17 

THO: WILSON \s 



27 Aprilis 1635 

[HEIS vnder written names are to be transported to New- 
England ROGER COOPER M r bound thither, in the Elizabeth 
Ann. the pties have brought Certificate from the Minister at West- 



PASSINGER 



PASSED FROM 



[1635 



minster : f the Justices of the Peace of his Conformitie. the ptie hath 
taken the oaths of Alleg. f Suprem: 

A Carpenter RICHARD BROCKE 31 

EDWARD SALL 24 

DANIELL PRESTON 13 



|HEIS vnder-written names are to be transported to the Barbadoes 
St Christophers, imbarqued in the Ann f Elizabeth JO: 
BROOKEHAVEN Capten f M r having taken the oaths of Allegeance f 
Supremacie. As also being Conformable to the orders f discipline of the 
Church of England f no Subsedy Men. whereof they brought test : from 
the Minister of St Katherins neere y e Tower of London. 



yeres 

JOHN CROFT'S 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 HOLLO WAY 17 

THOMAS PIERCE 19 

WILLIAM HAYWARD 18 

EDWARD WILKINSON 17 

RICHARD GALE 16 

ROBERT TRATT 21 

THOMAS REDDMAN 16 

WiftM GRUBB 16 

JOHN GOLDING 21 

CLEMENT HUTCHINSON. 20 



yeres 

BARTHOLOMEW BENNET 18 

THOMAS TYLER 21 

JOHN PRICHARD 20 

GILES BARNES 19 

HUGH SADLER 20 

HARFORD YOUNG 20 

JOHN WJLLIAMS 16 

ANDREW EVANS 16 

JOHN BARRET 16 

JOSEPH WALKER 18 

JAMES TATE 17 

JOHN SMITH 14 

NATHANIELL BOLTON 19 

W M LAYDON 17 

THOMAS AVERY 18 

THO: LEAKE 18 

DAVIE WILLIAMS 17 

WiftM HARRIS 23 

JOHN TURPIN 22 

FRANCIS SAIEWELL 1 8 

MATHEW ROGERS 21 



PORT OF LONDON. 



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 CONLY [or COULY]... 21 

GEORGE GODDIN 31 

ARTHUR ROKER 20 

THO: DALE 28 

JOHN DAVIES 19 

THO: BURTON 19 

HUGH WYNSTONLY 20 

BARTHOLMEW DRAPER 20 

ROBERT BROCK 25 

HUGH TAWYER 18 

W M GREENE 17 

PATRICK CONNYER 20 

RICHARD KING 23 

WiftM BARNES 17 

WiftM TAYLOR 23 

ROBERT SENNODD 23 

THOMAS PERKYNN 29 

WittM LONGWITH 26 

THO GULLIFER 28 

JOHN DAVIES 18 

RICHARD CAWOOD 25 

RICHARD DYNLEY 19 

DENNIS PEKE 20 

NICHOLAS GREENE... . 18 



ROBERT LAYCOCK 18 

MlCHELL ESTPLYNN 18 

JAMES BELL 19 

FREND PICTO 20 

JOHN WHITHEDD 22 

Jo: MALLION 21 

THO: BEDLAM 24 

THO: LONE* 19 

THOMAS WAZELL 21 

EDWARD GARRARD 26 

JOHN COKE 22 

JEREMY HARTLEY 30 

GILBERT HOLDSWORTH 30 

Wometi. 

KATHERIN LLOYD 19 

SUZAN GREENE 20 

MARGERIE BARRAN 19 

ELIZABETH BENNING 18 

ELIZABETH BRUSTER 18 

JOAN SMITH 27 

SUZAN MORE 21 

ALICE DIXON 21 

JANE STAFFORD 24 

ALICE HILTON 18 

KATHERIN RUSSELL 20 

MARY POWELL 23 

DEBORAWlNKE 21 

RABECCA BEDDING 18 

MATHEW PAGE 20 

ANN SPICER 26 

MARIE JONES 20 

MARGERY HARDING 20 

MARIE KINDERSLIE . . 26 



* [Perhaps intended for LOUE, i.e. LOVE.] 



PASSINGEX We f PASSED FROM 



[1635 



29" Aprilis 1635 

|HEIS vnder written names are to betrans ported to New-England 
imbarqued in the Elizabeth f Ann ROGER Coop [COOPER] M r 
the pties have brought Certificate from the Minister of the pish Justices 
of Peace of their conformitie to the orders discipline of the Church 
of England y l they are no Subsedy-men 



RlC R : GOARD 17 

A Smith THO: LORD 50 

vxor DOROTHY 46 

THOMAS LORD 16 

ANN. LORD 14 

W M LORD 12 

JOHN LORD 10 

JAMES COBBETT 23 

JOSEPH FABERR 26 



THO: FOUNT* 21 

ROBERT LORD 9 

AYMIE LORD 6 

DOROTHY LORD 4 



JOSIAS COBBET 21 

JO: HOLLOWAY 21 

JANE BENNET 16 

W M REEVE . 22 



eodem 29 Aprilis 1635 

A Taylor CHRISTOPHER STANLEY 32 

vxor SUZANNA 31 

W M SAMOND 19 



4 Maij 1635. 

* 

JHEIS vnder-written names are to be transported to New-England 
imbarqued in the Eliz: Ann prd. The pties have brought 
Certificate from the Minister Justic's of the Peace of their conformitie 
f that they are no Subsedy Men. 

A Tallow-Chandler HEN: WILKINSON 25 

ROBERT HAIES 19 A soapeboyler. 



[It is impossible to decide whether this name is PONNT or FOUNT; it is so indistinctly 
written, that it may even be intended for POUND.] 



'635] 



PORT OF LONDON. 



73 



|HEIS vnder-written names are to be transported to New-England: 
imbarqued in the Abigail RICHARD HACKWELL M r : The 
pties have brought Certificate from y e Minister Justices of their 
conformitie to the orders discipline of the Church of England 



THO: BUTTOLPH 32 

vxor ANN BUTTOLPH 24 

W M FULLER 25 

Jo: FULLER 15 



NATHANIELL TYLLY 32 

PETER KETTELL 10 

THO: STEEVENS 12 

ELIZ: HARDING . .12 



2" Maij 1635 

jHElS vnder-written names are to be transported to y e Barbadoes 
imbarqued in the Alexander Capt: BURCHE and GILBERT 
GRIMES M r p Certificate from the Minister where they late dwelt 
the Men tooke the oaths of Alleg. Supremacie die et A prd 



yeres 

Witt.M RAPEN 29 

LEONARD STAPLES 22 

Jo: STANFORD 24 

JAMES MANZER 27 

Jo: WATTS ,... 25 

THO: CLARK 26 

MICHELL KIMP 27 

HENRY BROUGHTON 20 

GEO: VENTIMER 20 

ROBERT HARDY 18 

THO: DABB 25 

GEO: NORTON 22 

W M HUCKLE 20 

EDWARD KEMP 19 



yeres 

W M POWELL 19 

RALPH PROWD 26 

Jo: BULLMAN 40 

Jo: WATT'S 19 

W M DENCH 16 

FRANCIS PECK 22 

Jo: BENSTEDD ,. 24 

SYMON PARLER 24 

RICHARD HOWSEMAN 19 

WALTER JONES 20 

PHELIX LYNE 25 

ARTHUR WRITE 21 

LEWES WiftMS [WILLIAMS] ... 21 

W M POTT 18 

10 



74 



PASSINGEK W CIf PASSED FROM 



[1635 



yeres 

THOMAS GILSON 21 

Nic: WATSON 26 

OLLIVER HOOKHAM 3 2 

CHRI: BUCKLANU 25 

Jo: HILL 23 

ANTHONY SKOOLER 20 

Jo: ANDERSON 21 

W M 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:NEDSOM* 19 

EDV/ARD CHURCH 18 

ANT THRELCATT 19 

W M WlLLIS 17 

CLEMENT HAWKINS 16 

LEWES HUGHES 19 

JOHN GREENE 22 

RICHARD MARSHALL 36 

MATHEW CALLAND 16 

LEWES DAVID 28 

GEO: WHITE . 18 



yeres 

GEO. RIDGLIE 17 

DENNIS M a BRIAN [MACBRIAN] 18 

JO: BUSSELL 36 

JAMES DRIVER 27 

HUGH JOHNES 22 

TlIO: GlLDINGWATER 30 

JOHN ASHURST 24 

JAMES PARKINSON 23 

WittM YOUNG 21 

W M SMITH 18 

MORGAN JONES 31 

Jo: RICHARD 30 

PETER FLAMING 16 

MILES FARRING 24 

ROBERT ATKINS 23 

BENIAMIN MASON 23 

THO: RUTTEK 22 

Jo: HOWSE 41 

Jo: COLE 20 

JAMES WATTS 35 

W M CROWEf 17 

PHILLIPP LOVELL 34 

vxor ELIZABETH LOVELL 33 

ROWLAND MATHEW 27 

ROBERT SPRITE 30 

Jo: WESTON 41 

JAMES SMITH 19 

Jo: SMITH 19 

RICHARD LEE 22 

W M SEELY 29 

EDWARD PLUNKET. 20 

THO: PLUNKLTT 28 

ROWLAND PLUNKETT 18 

TEAGUE NACTON 28 



* \Might be read as NEESOM.] 



t [Or, perhaps, CROME.] 



PORT OF LONDON. 



75 



DERMOND 6 BRYAN 20 

CHARLES GALLOWAY 19 

JAMES MONTGOMERY 19 

JN M a CONRY 28 

SAUIYELL FRIDAY 20 

SAMVELL FARRON 30 

EDMOND MONTGOMERY 26 

OLLIVER BASSETT 14 

PARRY WY 15 

DANIELL BURCH 14 

RICHARD STONE 13 

THOMAS TAYLER 27 

EDMOND NASH 21 

jo: HERRING 28 

W M BEATON 24 

THO: ROE 22 

EDWARD BANK'S 35 

THO: FLUDD 21 

DAVID COLLINGWORTH 22 

W M MATHEWS 30 

TYMOTHIE GOODMAN 27 

THO: PENSON 20 

WiftM 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 

Jo: BURTON 17 

SYMON WOOD 14 

ROBERT MUSSELL 14 



RICHARD FANE ... 
ROBERT ROBERT'S 

W'LAKE 

RICHARD IVESON 
HUMFREY KERBY 
EDWARD COKES ... 
HENRY MORTON... 

JAMES BRETT 

THO: DENNIS 

THO: MORE 

Jo: LAWRENCE ... 

W M MARTIN 

RICHARD PHILPE 



Women. 



BARBARIE REASON 

JANE MARSHALL 

DIANA DRAKE 

MARY INGLISH 

ANNIS BARRAT 

MARIE LAMBETH 

ANN MANN 

ELIZABETH WARREN ... 

ANN SKYNGGLE 

ALICE CHUMP* 

MATHEW MAY 

ELIZABETH CHAMBERS 
ELIZABETH FARMER ... 
MARGARET CONWAY ... 

GRACE WALKER , 

EDITH JONES 

ALICE GUY '. 

MARY SPENDLEY 

ANN GARDNER , 



15 

US' 

14 

16 

1 8 
17 

20 

17 
IS 

33 
17 
13 



20 

21 

1 9 
17 
20 

17 
17 
17 
18 

20 
21 
20 
20 
2O 

34 
21 
20 

17 
36 



[It is possible this name may be intended for CHAMP.] 



IO 2 



7 6 



PASSINGER 



PASSED FROM 



['635 



6 Maij. 1635 

[HEIS vnder-vvritten names are to be transported to New-England 
imbarqued in the Elizabeth Ann ROGER Coop [COOPER] M r , 
the pties have brought Cert: from the Ministers where their abodes were: 
from the Justices of peace of their conformitie to the orders disci- 
pline of the Church of England, y l they are no Subsedy Men, they 
have taken the oaths of Alleg: Suprem: 



SAMVELL HALL 25 

W M SWYNDEN 20 

tjo: HALSEY* 24 



VYNCENT POTTER 21 

RIC R : GOARD 17 

W M ADAMS 15 

fHENRY CURTIS* 27 



viij Maij 1635. 

|N the Elisabeth Ann prd ROGER Coop [COOPER] M r - Theis 
vnder written names are to be transported to New-England 
imbarqued in the said Shipp : They brought Cert, of their Conformite 
to the Church of England y' they are no Subsedy Men. 



JOHN WYLIE 25 

Jo: THOMSON 22 

EDMOND WESTON 30 

GAMALIELL BEOMONT 12 

AWDRY WHITTON 45 



GEORGE ORRIS 21 

tjo: JACKSON* 27 

ELIZABETH FABIN 16 

GRACE BULKLEY 33 



Nono die Maij 1635. 

JHEIS vnder-written names are to be transported to New-England, 
imbarqued in y e Susan Ellin EDWARD PAYNE M r - The pties 
have brought Certificate from the Minister of the pish of their conformitie 



* [The f is in the original.] 



1635] Y E PORT OF LONDON. 77 

to the Churcli of England, that they are no Subsedy Men. the pties 
have taken the oaths of Alleg Suprem: 



yeres 



PETER BULKLEY 50 

THO: BROOKE 20 

PRECILLA JARMAN 10 



yeres 



Ric": BROOKE 24 

ELIZABETH TAYLOR 10 

ANN LIEFORD 13 



|N the Elizabeth Ann prd ROGER Coop [COOPER] M r bound for 
New-England. 

yeres 

ROBERT JEOFFERIES 30 

.MARIE JEOFFERIES 27 

wife 3JTHO: JEFFERIES 7 

children"j ELIZABETH JEFFERIES 6 

'MARY JEFFERIES 3 

HANNA DAY 20 

SUZAN BROWNE 21 

ROBERT CARR 21 ATayler 

CALEBB CARR u 

Ric": WHITE 30x 

THO: DANE 32 (-Carpenters 

W M HlLLIARD . . 21 J 



(1 

c 2 maidserv 1 ' 5 



xj Maij 1635. 

|HEIS vnder-written names are to be transported to New-England 
imbarqued in the Elizabeth Ann prd The pties have brought 
Certificate from the Minister Justices of Peace of their conformitie to 
y e orders discipline of the Church of England, y l they are no 
Subsedy Men. 

A Shoemaker WiftM COURSER 26^ 

A Husbandman GEO: WYLDE 37 I yeres 

A Carpenter GEO: PARKER 23) 



PASSINGER 



PASSED FROM 



[1635 



xij Maij 1635 

IN the Elizabeth Ann ROGER COOPER M r bound to New- 
England : Theis vnder written names are to be transported p 
Certificate from y e Minister of Bennandin* in Kent of their Conformitie 
to y e orders discipline of y e Church of England. 



JOHN BORDEN 28 

vxor JOAN 23 

Nic: MORECOCK 14 

BEXNET MORECOCK 16 

MARIE MORECOCK . . 10 



JEREMY WHITTON 8 

MATHEW BORDEN 5 

ELIZ: BORDEN 3 

bro weverf THOMAS WHITTON 36 
SAMVELL BAKER 30 



14 Maij 1635 

|HEIS vnder-written names are to be transported to New-England 
imbarqued in the Elizabeth Ann ROGER COOPER Mr the pties 
have brought Certificatt from the Minister of the pish of his conformitie 
to the orders discipline of the Church of England. 



yeres 

A Tayler RICHARD SANSOM . 28 

THO: ALSOPP 20 

JOHN OLDHAM 12 



THO: OLDHAM 10 

ROB T STANDY . 22 



xif Maij 1635 

JHEIS vnder-written names are to Virginea : imbarqued in the 
Plaine Joan RICHARD BUCKAM M r . the pties having brought 
Attestacon of their conformitie to the orders discipline of the Church 
of England. 



[Benendon is a parish in the Hundred of Rolvenden, in the Lathe of Scray.] 
t [Meaning not clear.] 



1635] 



YE PORT OF LONDON. 



79 



ROBERT BRIERS 21 

JN JOHNSON 20 

ROBERT COKE 25 

Jo: ALSOPP 50 

W M PIGGOTT 50 

W M TOPLISS 30 

THO: ARNOLD 30 

W M PAULSON 23 

Jo: NORTHIN 22 

THO: TURNER 21 

Jo: BEDDELL 22 

Jo: BARROWE 26 

Jo: TRENT 27 

Jo: COKER 21 

HENRIE DONOLDSON 25 

W" LAVOR 22 

CHRI: DAVIES 22 

CHRI: TAYLOR 22 



DANIELL CLARK 33 

RICHARD DAY 32 

ROBERT LEWES 23 

LUKE BLAND 20 

Jo: WARREN 27 

JAMES WARD 18 

THO: STUMP* 32 

TOBIAS FRIER 18 

WILLM STEDDALL 26 

CHRI: THOMAS 26 

RICHARD FLEMING 24 

MATHEW LEm 20 

HENRY PERPOYNT 22 

THO: HALL 21 

EDWARD WILSON 22 

Jo: PALLIDAY 23 



yeres 

RICHARD WOLLEY 36 

WiftM CLARK 27 

W M BALDWINN 24 

W 51 COLLINS 20 

THO: PITCHER 20 

JOSEPH NELSON 26 

FRANCIS GRAY 15 

SAMVELL YOUNG 14 

ROBERT Hurr 14 

Jo: RADDISH 23 

THO: BULKLEY 32 

ROBERT BROOKE 33 

RICHARD DOWNES 34 

ARTHUR PEACH 20 

W M JAMES 26 

TYM: BLACKETT 40 

ROGER KOORBE 25 

ANN PERK'S 27 

THO: BRITTON 26 

W M COLLINS 34 

Jo: RESBURIE 30 

HENRY JACKSON 24 

CHARLES M a CARTIE 27 

OWEN M 1 CARTIE 18 

CHARLES FLANE 18 

RICHARD LAWRENCE 20 

THO: GODBITT 20 

Nic: KENT 16 

THOMAS NEWMAN 15 

PETER SUDBURROWE 20 

THO: LLOYD 20 

W M HITCHCOCK 27 

FRANCIS BARBER 18 

EDWARD WHEELER . 18 



* [May, however, l>e read STAMP.] 



8o 



PASSINGER 



PASSED FROM 



[1635 



JAMES MILLER 18 

Jo: SHAWE 21 

Jo: MARSHALL 21 

Jo: ARIS 19 

ROBERT WARD 22 

Tuo: VIPER 26 

ROB T SHINGLEWOOD 26 

GEO: SMITH 34 



Jo: HUGHES 30 

GEO: TALBOTT 18 

ROBERT GILBERT 18 

Jo: BENNET 18 

Jo: ROLLES 22 

JAMES WYND 23 

JN MARSH 26 

RALPH WRAY 64 



21" Maij 1635 

|HEIS vnder-written names are to be transported to S' Christo- 
phers, imbarqued in the Mat/iew of London, RICHARD GOOD- 
LADD M r p warrant from ye Earle of Carlisle. 



yeres 

THOMAS KNIGHT 21 

Jo: HILL 18 

Jo: RAWLINS 18 

FRANCIS PENN 22 

GEORGE ALLERTON 23 

ROWLAND MILLINGTON 24 

Ric": THOMAS \o 

ROGER THOMAS 22 

RICHARD GRIGGSON 34 

Jo: BRUNING 20 

ROBERT COKE 32 

CLINTON CUTLER 20 

THO: TURNER 25 

Jo: WOOD 22 

W M ROBINSON 26 

EDWARD BICROFT 22 

Jo: STURDY 26 

ANT. NETBIE . , .20 



yeres 

ROBERT WENDEVER 25 

SAMVEL TRESE 20 

EVAN JONES 19 

GABRIELL DAVIES 38 

EDWARD EELES 20 

DAVIE THOMAS 40 

RICHARD HORRIBYNN 31 

CHRISTOPHER WATSON 21 

JAMES HUBBARD 27 

W M STOE 18 

MATHEW TOMLINSON 31 

THO: HALL 25 

W M MARSH 26 

Jo: HATTERTON 38 

THO: TERRILL 18 

ROBERT FAUCE [or FANCE] ... 40 

MILES COVENTRIE 18 

Jo: THOMAS 14 



'635] 



Y E PORT OF LONDON. 



8r 



yeres 

THO: REEVE 24 

LEWES AWBREY 30 

JAMES WALKER 30 

THO: VENN 27 

GEO: BALL 51 

THO: GOSLING 22 

Jo: PALMER 19 

JAMES COTES 21 

W M HELAWE 21 

MATHEW HELY 21 

ORIGINALL Lowis 28 

Jo: THOMSON , 34 

W" BROOKES 25 

Jo: DOE 22 

MATHEW WALKER 19 

WALTER COLLINS 18 

Jo: CLINTON 19 

ADAM CHESTERMAN 19 

HUYN HALLOWELL 22 

W" SALMON 25 

Jo: LANGE 22 

RICHARD LOVE 28 

Jo: GREENE 29 

EDWARD WARREN 28 

Jo: PAPLE 21 

ROBERT DENTON 26 

W M ELVYN 23 

GEO: TEMS [or TENIS] 20 

GEO: SWALES 19 

MARMADUKE READ 25 

Jo: KIBE 21 

THO:GARRETT 20 

Jo: GOSLINN 20 

THO: MILWARD 18 

MORGAN BRINT 19 



yeres 

PIERCE STAPLETON 22 

GEO: EATON 27 

LEONARD HUNT 38 

Jo: CAVE 34 

W M BARBER 22 

Jo: HODDINS 50 

ALEXANDER TADD 38 

ROB T WOODSTOCK 40 

JOHN OFFLENT 20 

Nic: WATTS 18 

RICHARD BROOKES 16 

THO: HADBIE 22 

THO: REINOLDS 18 

DARBY HURLIE 18 

Jo: HILLIARD 35 

ROBERT LACIE 21 

THO: BELL 14 

ROWLAND MORTON 17 

JAMES HIDE 22 

RICHARD NELME 20 

THO: HODGES 20 

EDWARD THOMSON 18 

THO: WILLIAMS 18 

RIC R : LEE 18 

WALTER ANTONY 23 

CHARLES CAVERLIE 17 

THO: COXSON 21 

THO: GOODWYNN ,... 30 

NlC: WlLCOCKS 21 

GEO: EEKE 26 

RIC R : HUBBARD 18 

Wittoi RUSH 20 

W" DONN 22 

PAUL BOTTELL 32 

JO: BOSWELL 17 

II 



PASS1NGER 



PASSED FROM 



[1635 



JO: WOODGREFNE l6 

Jo: HARLOWE 16 

ROBERT WARRINGTON 20 

Jo: RF.IXOLDS 20 

AXT- TRUE 18 

W M KNIGHT 13 

ANT* WILLIAMS 14 

Jo: BARLOE 22 

W" PARKER 17 

Jo: WOOD 1 8 

Jo: PAYNE 18 

DANIELL LEE 25 

THO: POWELL 21 

Jo: SMITH 22 

GEO: DODD 17 



ROH T SANDLEY 2O 

EDWARD MAWKREY 15 

GEO: WADE 16 

Jo: FULFORD 18 

GEO: SMITH 17 

THO: POWELL 24 

Women. 

MARGARET PRICHARD 17 

JANE BURROWE 17 

KATHERIN ARMSTRONG 20 

MARY BARKER 12 

Euz: SPEERE . 20 



28 Maij 1635 

HEIS vnder- written names are to be transported to Virginea im- 
barqued in the Speedwell of London JO: CHAPPELL M r being 
examined by the Minister of Gravesend of their conformitie to the 
orders discipline of the Church of England have taken the oath of 
Allegeance. 

WiftM BASFORD 19 

Jo: WATSON 22 

JO: GlLGATE 22 

ROB T SPYNK 20 

RICHARD ROWLAND 20 

THO: CHILDS 30 



HENRY BEERE 24 

Jo: WEST 30 

RICHARD MORRIS 19 

Nic: TETLOE 35 

W M SHIPMAN 22 

NATHAN IELL FAIERBROTHER . 21 

RICHARD BAYLIE 22 

W" SPENCER 17 

JAMES LOWDER 20 

CHRI: METCALF 19 

lEREMYBURR 20 



JO: CURDEN 22 

THO: ROMNEY 19 

Jo: HARRIS 20 

CHRISTOPHER PIDDINGTON .. 18 
EDMOXD CLARK 16 



YE PORT OF LONDON. 



JONAS SMITH 22 

W M HYNTON 25 

Jo: MOWSER 22 

SAMVELL TYKES 21 

W M STEEVENS 22 

THO: BUSBY 19 

RICHARD HARVY 32 

THO: ROBINS 17 

Jo: BEEBY 17 

Jo: TURNER 19 

SAinVELL HOLMES 20 

Jo: BEVER 24 

Jo: TALBOTT 27 

EDWARD AUSTIN 26 

THO: GREENE 24 

RICHARD BROWNE 19 

W M APPLEBY 32 

ROBERT PARKER 21 

W 51 CUNNINGHAM 21 



THO: WILLIS 19 

W M STRAUGHAN 22 

GEO: SYMPSON , 19 

RICHARD PHILLIPS 20 

ARTHUR SAIEWELI 25 

MELASHUS MKAY 22 

RICHARD THOMAS 20 



KATHERIN RICHARD'S 19 

MARIE SEDGWICK 20 

ELIZABETH BIGGS 10 

DOROTHIE WYNCOTT 40 

ANN WYNCOTT 1 6 

PHILLIPP BIGGS 6. mo: 

ELIZABETH PEW 20 

FRANCIS LANGWORTH 25 

CHRI: REINOLDS 24 

ABRAM POORE 20 

ELIZABETH TUTTELL 25 



vj" Junij 1635 

/ 
1HEIS vnder-written names are to be transported to Virginea 

imbarqued in the Thomas John RICHARD LAMBARD M r : 
being examined by the Minister de Gravesend concerning their confor- 
mitie to the orders discipline of the Church of England : And tooke 
the oath of Allegeance. 



yeres 

RICHARD PEW 23 

RICHARD WAYNEWRITE 24 

CHRI: HOUGHTON 19 

RICHARD JONES 24 

FRANCIS GARRET 25 

RICHARD DALLY 18 



yeres 

EDWARD Dix 19 

W M CHAPLIN 18 

Jo: SINGLETON 1 8 

GEO: DICKENSON 19 

GEO: HAWKINS 18 

HENRY RASTELL 30 

II 2 



8 4 



PASSINGER 



PASSED FROM 



[1635 



FRA: SPIGHT 21 

WAYMIE 26 

\V M HYNTON 20 

Jo: EDWARDSON 22 

THO: MANN 23 

Roir ALDRED 24 

ZACHARY TAYLOR 24 

HUMFREY GRUDGE 21 

W M WHITE 22 

JOSEPH MONNYS 21 

W M YARD 21 

CHRISTOPHER WHEATLY .... 28 

ROBERT HEED 27 

EDWARD COLES 20 

MORRIS JONES 28 

WARDIN FOSSITT 22 

THO: CHAMBERLIN 20 

Jo: SHORTER 26 

ANT- TERRY 50 

ROBERT WiftMS [WILLIAMS]. . 44 

THO: ROSDELL 23 

THOMAS TERRY 25 

CHARLES WYNGATE 22 

Jo: HAMPTON 30 

Jo: EVANS 22 

ROBERT SEWAR 23 

RICHARD BERRY 23 

OWEN HUGHES 27 

JO: SUTTON 24 

W M STONHOUSE 43 

W" CLARK 18 

JO: DlCKENSON 22 

THO: BELL 17 

W BETT 20 

JAMES CROSS ' 27 



SYLUS FOSTER 22 

EDWARD MOUNTFORT 20 

HENRY NEWBY 24 

Jo: EEDEN 19 

THO: SHERLY 23 

Jo: THOMSON 24 

HENRY WARREN 15 

Jo: WILKENSOX 28 

RALPH' HUDSON 17 

THO: ALLIN 33 

\V M JONES 17 

TIIO: SHARPLES 20 

W M CROOKE 23 

WittM BEAD 15 

LAWRENCE PLATT 15 

ROBERT SPENCER 21 

SAMVELL WALDEN 1 6 

HENRY MORLEY 25 

BEN: EASY 13 

Jo: Moss 21 

JANE WILKINSON 20 

ANN BROOKES 18 

KATHERIN WISEMAN '19 

JANE SCOTT 19 

JANE CATESBY 20 

JAMES POWELL 12 

W M MANN 25 

THO: WARNER 26 

THO: RAM 19 

GRIFFIN JONES 21 

THO: TOLLIE 17 

W M JONES 21 

MORRIS PARRY 30 

MARMADUKE YOUNG 24 

WiftM WHITE . , 22 



'635] 



PORT OF LONDON. 



yeres 

JAMES SHERBONE 15 

W M GARDENER 15 

Jo: ROBINSON 19 

ROBERT TURNER 16 

THO: CLARK 16 

GILES TERRY 33 

EDWARD CRESSITT 20 

THO: WAGGITT 17 

MARY FORD 22 

KATHERIN WATERMAN 20 

SUZAN SHERWOOD 22 

GRACE BYCROFT . . 20 



yeres 

FRANCIS HUNTER 19 

FRANCIS ASHBORN 20 

WDIXON 18 

W M SMART 20 

LAWRENCE PRESTON 21 

W M WHEATLIE 17 

W M LACY 18 

JAMES BANK'S 30 

GEO: COBCRAFTE 22 

GEO: KENNYON 25 

Jo: KENNYON 21 



X? Junij 1635 

|HEIS vnder-written names are to be transported to the Bormoodes 
or Somer-Islands, imbarqued in the Truelove de London, ROBERT 
DENNIS M r , being examined by the Minister of Gravesend concerning 
their conformitie to the orders discipline of the Church of England as 
it now stands established : And tooke the oath of Allegeance. 



I yeres 

HENRY MORE 19 

W M HOLT 19 

Jo: NORMAN 19 

ANT GILLIARD 38 

ROB T STOCK 26 

THO: FOSTER 27 

ROBERT HART 30 

W M PENDLETON 27 

JAMES TAYLER 28 

CHRI: HART 20 

RICHARD ANDERSON 30 

THO: RICHARDS 24 

Jo: NORRIS 18 



yeres 

DAVID HUSWITH 22 

HENRY HILL 24 

Jo: WARREN 19 

ZEVERIN VICCARS 18 

GEO: NORMAN 25 

GABRIELL STOCKWELL 16 

THO: TOOLIE 27 

EDWARD GODDIN 16 

THO: DORRELL 22 

RICHARD CANON 24 

vxor. ELIZABETH CANON .... 23 

BARNARD COLMAN 26 

CHRI: TUKE.. , 16 



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[1635 



yeres 

W M PAUI 20 

W" BATES 17 

SAinvELL SHORT 24 

W M HOOPER 1 8 

RICHARD HURT 17 

Withi WELLS 17 

THO: DENE 17 

Jo: A Negroe 18 

Jo: RICHARDS 21 

ANT BULLOCK 19 

THOMAS BASSIT 1 8 

EDWARD ALEWORTH* 13 

EDWARD VYNCENT 1 8 

Jo: TRIPPATT 17 

ANT COOPER 17 

Jo: LAKE 16 

RIC R : TAYLER 16 

THO: MORDIN 18 

EDWARD SELL 18 

ROGER WittMs [WILLIAMS] .. 16 

Jo: BAYLIE 18 

FRANCIS WOODCOTT 16 

Jo: BEE 17 

RIC R : GREENE 17 

GEO: PALMER 1 8 

THO: SMITH 14 

NATHANIEL WiitoisoN [WIL- 
LIAMSON] 17 

PHILLIPP WHARTON 14 

W M HENRY 18 

GEO: SAIRES 12 

Nic: GAUGHTON 14 

EDWARD HEDLEY 13 

W M SARES 17 



yeres 

ROB T POOLE 20 

THO: JONES 17 

THO: EWYNN 16 

SVMON BARCOTT 16 

GEO: CALVERLIK 14 

EDWARD PARXELI 16 

W" LEE 18 

W M TAYLER 17 

EDWARD GIBBS 17 

JAMES REASON 27 

JACOB WILSON 1 8 

BEN: STRANGE 18 

RALPH VENNABLE 21 

THO: BLOES 10 

THO: HEDLEY 1 1 

THO: THOMSON 17 

HEN: STONWORD 13 

SAlTlVELL HUBBARD 1 6 

THOMAS BULL 13 

DANIELL HAIHOND 12 

GEO: MORGAN 12 

Jo: BARNES 16 

ABRAHAM CLAXSON 17 

JAMES ASTON 22 

RIC K DAUGHTON 13 

MATHEW STEEVENS 12 

THO: LARKYNN 15 

DAVID JONES 15 

GEORGE HANMER 24 

ROGER HODGES 17 

W M POWELL 15 

SAMPSON MEVERILL 20 

HENRY CARTER 42 

Jo: YATES 48 



* [May, however, be read as ALDWORTH.] 



PORT OF LONDON. 



ycres 

Jo: BROWNE 16 

FRANCIS RAYNNE [or RAYMIE] 10 

FRANCIS HEDGES 13 

DAVIE MORRIS 18 

THO: WEST 17 

HUGH WENTWORTH 44 

ANN TAYLOR 24 

ELIZABETH GROVES 35 

Jo: GROVES i q r 

BLANCH ROBERT'S 20 

2 Ministers. 

JO: OXENBRIDGE 24 

HENRY JENNING'S ' 24 



BENIAMIN MILLER 30 

HENRY FLETCHER 35 

EDWARD STAUGHTON 50 



JOSIAS FORSTER 43 

THO: HALL 24 

HUMFREY SMITH 14 

FRANCIS WATSON 16 

KATHERIN WHITE 18 

ELIZABETH CLARK 18 

ELLIN BURROWES 30 

Jo: PAGE 33 

THO: JENNICOM 21 

SARA PAGE 31 

SARA PAGE 3 

MARY PAGE 3. mo. 

RICHARD HARRIS 17 

JEFFERY WRIGHT 18 

SAMVELL MAYO 10 

MARIE GOFFF. 18 

Jo: BROOKES 12 



xv" Jitnij 1635 

iHEIS vnder written names are to be transported to New-England: 
imbarqued in the Abigail de Lo: M r - H: HACKWELL: The ptie 
having brought Certificate from the Minister of Thisselworth* of his 
conformitie to the orders f discipline of the Church of England. He hath 
taken the oaths of Allegeance f Supremacie. 



yeres 

DENNIS GEERE 30 

( ELIZABETH GEERE . 22 
2 I 
\ ELIZABETH GEERE . 3 

SARA GEERE 2 



wife 
children j 



ANNS PANCRUST 16 

ELIZ: TASELIE 55 

CONSTUNT WOOD 12 



* [Is it possible that this is intended for IsLEWORTH? I can find no TmssELWORTH.] 



88 



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[1635 



19 Junij 1635 

IHEIS vnder written names are to be transported to New-England 
imbarqued in y e Abigail: HACKWELL M r the pties having 

brought Certificate from the Minister of the pish of the litle Miniries of 
his conformitie opinion of the discipline of the Church of England. 



yeres 

W M TILLY 28 

ROBERT WHITEMAN .. 20 



CHARLES JONES 21 

LIDDIA BROWNE.. . 16 



jBOARD the James Jo: MAY for N. England. 



Tayler THO: EWER 40 

SARA EWER 28 

ELIZABETH EWER 4 

THO: EWER ii 



SARA BEALE 28 

ELIZABETH NEWMAN 24 

Jo: SKUDDER 16 



xx"' June 1635 

IHEIS vnder Written names are to be imbarqued in the Abbigall 
de Lnd [London] m' HACKWELL bofid to New Engtd 

haue taken oathe of Allegance Supremacie Conforable [conformable] 
to y e Ch as p Cer 1 from Two Justices of Peace minsf of S< Lawrence 
in Essex 

HENRY BULLOCKE 4Oyers husbandman 

SUSAN his wife 42 

{HENRY 8 
MARY 6 
THO: 2 



1635] W- PORT OF LONDON. 89 

more xx"' 1635 

JN the defence de Lond m' PEARCE bod for New Engtd p 

Cert, fro ij Justices of Peace Ministr of All Saint's homan.* in 
Northapton. 

W M HOEMAN 40 yers husbandman 

his wife WINIFRID ... 35 

ALCE ASHBEY 20 yers amaid Seruant. 

(HANNA 8 

5 Chlldren { JEREMY 6 

MARY 4 

SARRA 2 

ABRAHAM .. i q" r 



xx"' June 1635 

IN the Abbigall de Lo. m' HACKWELL bod for New Engtd p 

Cer' from.'f of his Conformity from Justices of Peace f 
Ministr Eaton BrayJ in Co Bedford. 

Jo N HOUGHTON 4 [? 40] yers old. 



f> Jully 1635 

BOSTOCKEII 
|N the defence de Lond. m' EDWARD PLAr.CS vrs New Engtd p 

Cert fro ij Justices of peace mim'str fro Dunstable in Com 1 
Bedfordsher: 

ROBERT LONGE 45 yers Inholder 

ELIZA: his wife 30 

* [There is no place bearing this name in Northampton. Query, is it a misspelling of the 
name HOEMAN in next line, wrongly written in here, and not afterwards erased ?] 

t [Sic. The word must be omitted, to make sense.] 

J [Eaton Bray is a Township in the Hundred of Manshead.] 

[Or- EDMOND. The word is blotted in the original.] 

|] [So in the original. There would seem to have been more than one ship called the Defence, 
since we find the names of four different commanders to ships so named : EDWARD Bos- 
TOCKE (as here) ; TEARCE (June 20) ; EDWARD BOSWELL (June 22) ; THOMAS BOSTOCK 
(July 2).] 

12 



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'MlCHELL 20"^ JOSHUA 3 q r trs old 

SARRA 18 

ROBERT 16 LUCE MERCER... iS.aseruant 

ELIZA 12 

x Children { ANNE 10 

MARY 9 

REBECCA 8 

Jo* 6 

^ZACHERY 4. 

xx"' June 1635 

IN the Defence de Lond m' PEARCE vrs New Engtd p Cert fro 

two Justices of Peace f Minstr of Towcester in Co 1 ' Northampton 

JO N GOULD 25 yers husbandman 

GRACE his wife 25 yers 

xxij"' June 1635 

JN the Abbigall de Lond. m' HACKWELL vrs New Engtd p 
Cer< fro Minstr of Crancbroke* in Kent. 

EDW. WHITE 42 yers husbandman 

f his wife MARTHA 39 

(MARTHA 10 

ij Children ,. 

(.MARY 08 

Jo* ALLEN 30 yers husbandman 

his wife ANNE 30 

p Cert hernehil* in Kent 



* [Both Cranbrook and Herne-Hill are in the Lathe of Scray.J 



1635] YE PORT OF LONDON. 9 t 

|N the Abbigall. 

p Cer 1 - from Justice peace Minisf of Stepney. 

GEO: HADBORNE 43 yers Glouer. 

his wife ANNE 46 

( REBECCA 10 

2Ch.ldren] 

' x \ INJNA .............. 4 

JOSEPH BOREBANCKE 24 > Seruant's to GEO: HAL>- 

JOAXE JORDEN l6 J BORNE. 



|N the Defence de Lo. m' EDW: BOSWELL vrs New England p 
from S r Henry Mildmay f Ministr of Baddow* in Essex. 

Jo s BROWNE 27 yers. Taylor. 

/- THO: HART .... 24 
his 3 seruant's-J MARY DENNY . . 24 

V.ANNELEAKE .. 19 



26 Jun ij 1635 

N the Abigail ROBERT HACKWELL M r to New-England p Cert: 
from Northton Tho. Martin Maior f 2 Justices 

Shoemaker Jo: HARBERT ................ 23 

Bricklayer RICHARD ADAMS ............ 29 

SUZAN ADAMS .............. 26 



4'* 7*//x 

HENRY SOMNER ............ 15 

ELISA. SOMNER ............ 18 

* [There arc two BaJdovs, Great and Little, in the Hundred of Chelmsford.] 

12 2 



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[1635 



17 Junij 1635 

jHEIS vnder written names are to be transported to New-England, 
imbarqued in the Abigail ROBERT HACKWELL M r p Cert from 
the Minister f Justices of Peace of their Conformitie, being no Subsedy 
Men. they have taken y oaths of Alleg: Supremacy being all Hus- 
bandmen 



yeres 

RALPH WALLIS 40 

RALPH ROOTE 50 

JN FREEMAN 35 

WALTER GUTSALL 34 

RICHARD GRAVES 23 

ROBERT MERE 43 

SAMVELL MERE 3 

EDMOND MAKING 40 

THO: JONES 40 

GEO: DREWRIE 19 

W M MARSHALL 40 

THOMAS KNORE 33 

JOHN HALMACK 38 

GEORGE WALLIS 15 

RABECCA PRICE 14 

MARIE FREEMAN 50 

Jo: FREEMAN 9 

SYCILLIE FREEMAN 4 

Jo: WEST 1 1 



MARY MON ING'S 30 

MARY MONNING'S 9 

ANNA MONNING'S 6 

MlCHELALIELL MONING'S . . 3 

ELIZABETH ELLIS 16 

ELLIN JONES 36 

ISACK JONES 8 

HESTER JONES 6 

THO: JONES 3 

SARA JONES 3. mo: 

CESARA COVELL 15 

JOAN WALL 19 

W" PAYNE 15 

NOLL KNORE 29 

SARA KNORE 7 

ROB T DRIVER 8 

ELIZABETH MERE 30 

JOHN MERE 4 3. mo: 



|N the Abigail f>r A: p Cer': from the Minister of their conformitie 
from the Justices, that they are no Subsedy men. 



CHRISTOPHER FOSTER 32 | vxor FRANCIS FOSTER 25 



Y PORT OF LONDON. 



(RABKCCA FOSTER . . 5 

children/NATHANIELL FOSTER 2 

(jo: FOSTER i 

EDWARD IRESON 32 

W* ALMOND 34 

MARY JONES 30 

AWDRY ALMOND 32 

ANNIS ALMY 8 

CHRI: ALMIE 3 

JOHN STROWDE 15 

EDWARD RAINSFORD 26 

ROB T SHARI- 20 

JOHN ROOKEMAN 45 



ELIZABETH ROOKMAN 31 

Jo: ROOKEMAN 9 

HUGH BURT 35 

ANN BURT 32 

W" BASSETT 9 

EDWARD BURT 8 

THO: FREEMAN 24 

W M YATES 14 

ELIZABETH IRESON 27 

Jo:Fox 35 

RICHARD Fox 15 

Jo: PAYNE 14 

EDMOND FREEMAN 45 



|HEIS vnder-written names are to be transported to New-England 
imbarqucd in the Blessing Jo: L.ECESTER M r the pties having 
brought Cert from the Minister Justices of their conformitie being no 
Subscdy Men, tooke y e oaths of Alleg: Supremacie. 

WiltM COPE 26 

RICHARD COPE 24 

THOMAS KING 21 

Jo: STOCKBRIDGE 27 

ROBERT SAIEWELL 30 

W M BROOKE 20 

GILBERT BROOKE 14 

NATHANIELL BYHAM 14 

Jo: WASSELL 10 

W* VASSALL 42 

RIC K : MORE , 20 



ROBERT TURNER 24 

ELIZA: HOLLY 30 

ANN VASSALL 6 

MARGARET VASSALL 2 

MARY VASSALL i 

ELIZABETH ROBINSON 32 

SARA ROBINSON \.\ 

Nic: ROBERTSON 30 

Jo: MORY.... 19 

CHARLES STUCBRIDGE i 

JAMES SAIEWELL i-J 



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Jo: ROBINSON 5 

ANN STOCBRIDGE 21 

SUZAN SAIEWELI 25 

ANN VASSALL 42 

SUZAN KING 30 

JUDITH VASSALL 16 



SARA TYNKLER 15 

FRA. VASSALL 12 

THOMAZIN MUNSON 14 

KAT: ROBINSON 12 

MARY ROBINSON 7 

ROB T ONYON 26 



20 Junij 1635 

]HEIS vnder-written names are to be transported to Virginea im- 
barqued in the Phillip RICHARD MORGAN M 1 " the Men have 
been examined by the Minister of the towne of Gravesend of their con- 
formitie to the orders discipline of the Church of England: And tooke 
the oath of Alleg. die et A prd. 



JOHN HART 33 

JOHN COACHMAN 28 

JOHN REDDAM 32 

JOHN SHAWE 30 

GEORGE HILL 23 

GEORGE BONHAM 31 

W" ROGERS 35 

EDWARD HALOCK 22 

RIC R : DAWSON 31 

PETER JOHNSON 36 

WitiM BRANSBY 34 

NICHOLAS RIPPIN 31 

JAMES QUARRIER 22 

ISACK OWDELL 22 

W M TAYLOR 36 

JAMES YORK 21 

THOMAS GORHAM 19 

NATHANIELL DISNALL 23 



JOHN TAYLOR 16 

JOHN GORHAM 1 8 

RICHARD WILSON 19 

ROBERT MORGAN 33 

SAinVELL MlLNER 1 8 

TYMOTHIE FEATLIE 23 

W M ARUNDELL 32 

ALEXANDER LEAKE 22 

JOHN MASON .. 16 

Wilhi ENSON 33 

JAMES HABROLL 22 

THOMAS TRUMBALL 22 

RICHARD JNSON 19 

JOHN LAWTERS 17 

THOMAS EDWARDS 20 

ROBERT DAYIES 28 

RICHARD VPPCOTT 26 

THOMAS POSLETT 23 



'635] 



YE PORT OF LONDON. 



95 



Women. 

ELLIN BURGIS 45 

KATHERIN BOWES 20 

SUZAN TRASH [or TRASK] . . 25 



MARGIE LANGFORD 24 

ELIZABETH WILLERTON 1 8 

SARA SHAWE 1 8 

MARIE BAKER 25 

ANN: BARNIE 23 



j 1635 



23" 

JHEIS vnder-written names are to be transported to Virginea 
imbarqued in the America WlftM BARKER M r : p Cert: from 
the Minister of the Towne of Gravesend. of their conformity to the 
orders discipline of the Church of England. 



RICHARD SADD 23 

THOMAS WAKEFI ELD 17 

THOMAS BENNETT 22 

STEEVEN READ 24 

WiftM 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 

MILES FLETCHER 27 

WILLIAM EVANS 23 

LAWRENCE FAREBERN ....... 23 

MATHEW ROBINSON 24 

ISACK BULL 27 

PHILLIPP REMINGTON 29 

RADULPH SPRAGING 37 

GEORGE CHAUNDLER 29 



RICHARD HERSEY 22 

JOHN ROBINSON 32 

EDMOND CHIPPS 19 

THO: PRICHARD 32 

JONATHAN BRONSFORD ...... 21 

WlftM COWLEY 20 

JOHN SHAWE 16 

RICHARD GumY 21 

BARTHOLMEW HOLTON 25 

JOHN WHITE 21 

THOMAS CHAPPELL *33 

HUGH Fox 24 

DAVIE MORRIS 32 

ROWLAND COTTON 22 

WILLIAM THOMAS 22 

JOHN YATES 20 

RICHARD WOOD 36 

JAMES SOMERS 22 

DAVIE BROMLEY 15 

WALTER BROOKES 15 

SYMON RICHARDSON 23 



[The original has been altered, and is not clear ; it is possible the age should be 23.] 



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THOMAS JNSON 19 

Jo: AVERIE 20 

JOHN CROFTES 20 

THOMAS BROUGHTON 19 

BENIAMIN WRAGG 24 

HENRY EMBRIE 20 

ROBERT SABYN 40 

GEORGE BROOKES 35 

THOMAS HOLLAND 34 

HUMFREY BELT 20 

JOHN MACE 20 

WALTER JEWELL .'.. 19 

WittM BUCLAND 19 

LAUNCELOT JACKSON 18 

JOHN WILLIAMSON 12 

PHILLIPP PARSONS 10 

HENRY PARSONS 14 

ANDREW MORGAN 26 

WittM BROOKES 17 

RICHARD HARRISON 15 

THOMAS PRATT 17 

JOHN EELES 16 

RICHARD MILLER 12 

ROBERT LAMB.. , 16 



THOMAS BOOMER 13 

GEORGE DULMARE 8 

JOHN VNDERWOOD 19 

WittM BERNARD 27 

CHARLES WALLINGEB 24 

THOMAS DvmETT 23 

RYCE HOOE 36 

JOHN CARTER 54 

Women. 

ELIZABETH REMINGTON .... 20 

KATHERIN HIBBOTT'S 20 

ELIZABETH WILLIS 1 8 

JOAN JOBE 18 

ANN NASH 22 

ELIZABETH PHILLIPS 22 

DOROTHY STANDICH 22 

SUZAN DEATH 22 

ELIZABETH DEATH 3 

ALICE REmlNGTON 26 

DOROTHIE BAKER 18 

ELIZABETH BAKER 1 8 

SARA COLEBANK 20 

MARY THURROGOOD 19 



29 Jiniij 1635 
(BOARD the Abigail, ROB T HACKWELL, 



for New-England. 



A Baker JOSEPH FLUDD 45 

vxor JANE FLUDD 35 

ELIZABETH FLUDD 9 

OBEDIAH FLUDD 4 



JOSEPH FLUDD .., J 

EDWARD MARTIN 19 

SUZAN HATHWAY 34 



1635] Y F - PORT OF LONDON. 97 

vltlo Jiuiij 1635 

JBOARD the Abigail RODERT HACKE\YELL M r p Cert from the 
Minister of Stepney pish of their conformitie : f that they arc 

no Subsedy men. 

ycres 

Starchmaker HENRY COLLINS 29 

v. xor ANN COLLINS 30 

f HENRY COLLINS 5 

3 children \ Jo: COLLINS 3 

^ MARGERY COLLINS 2 

JOSUA GRIFFITH 25, 

HUGH ALLEY 271 



MARY ROOTE *. 15 ( 

Jo: COKE 27 ' 

GEO: BURDIN 24 



servant's 



]N the Abigail prd p Cert from the Minister f Justices according to 
order. 

yercs 

EDWARD FOUNTAINE 28 

yercs 

RALPH SHEPPARD 29 

THANKES SHEPPARD 23 ),., or . ,. 

J I Wife f Daughter. 
SARA SHEPPARD 2 { 



Primo die Julij 1635 
JN the Abigail prd. 

ANN GILLAM 28 

sonn BEN: GILLAM i 

Husbandman THOMAS BRANE 40 

THO: LAUNDER 22 

Husb: WILLIAM POTTER 27 

vxor FRANCIS POTTER 26 

13 



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[1635 



JOSEPH POTTER 20 week's. 

RIC R : CARR 29 

WKlNG 28 

GEORGE RAM 25 

Jo: STANTLEV 34 

JAMES DODD 16 

MATHEW ABDY 15 

Husb: EDWARD FREEMAN .. 34 
vxor ELIZABETH FREEMAN ..35 

EDMOND FREEMAN 15 

JOHN FREEMAN 8 

Jo: JONES 15 

JOHN COOKE ....is*) 

\ servant 
EDWARD BELCHER 18* -> 

ANN WILLIAMS 10 



PHILLIP DRINKER 39 

vxor ELIZABETH DRINKER . . 32 

EDWARD DRINKER 13 

Jo: DRINKER 8 

MARG T : TUCKER 23 

ELLNER HILLMAN 33 

Jo TERRY 32 

Jo: EmERSON 20 

Ric": WOODMAN 9 

ELIZAB: FREEMAN 12 

ALICE FREEMAN 17 

HUGH BURT 15 

ANNIS ALDCOCK 1 8 

THO: THOMSON 1 8 



Secundo die Julij 

JN the Abigail prd. p Certificate from y e Minister of Shorditch 
pish Stepney pish. 

JOHN DEYKING ........ 25") 

JESPER ARNOLD ........ 40 

ALICE DEYKING ........ 30 f yeres> 

ANN ARNOLD .......... 39 J 

ALICE STEEVENS ........ 22 

MARGARET DEVOCION ____ 9 

RUTH BUSHELL ........ 23 



bou d to 



JHEIS vnder written names are to be transported to New-England 
imbarqued in the Defence THO: BOSTOCK, M r the ptie hath 
brought testimony from the Justices of Peace Minister in Cambridge 



* [These figures are not clear in the original.] 



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PORT OF LONDON. 



99 



of his conformitie to the orders f discipline of the Church of England: 
he hath taken y e oaths of Alleg: Suprem: 

yeres 

A Taylor ADAM MOTT 39 

vxor SARA MOTT 31 

Mason. HENRY STEEVENS 24 

Husb: JOHN SHEPPARD 36 

MARGARET SHEPPARD 31 

THO: SHEPPARD 3. mo. 

Jo: MOTT 14" 

ADAM MOTT 12 

JONATHAN MOTT 9 } children. 

ELIZABETH MOTT 6 

MARY MOTT 4. 

IN the Defence prd THO: BOSTOCK M r for New England, p Cert: 
from the Minister of Fenchurch of his conformitie fc. 
THO: BOYLSON 20 yeres 



4 rt Jully 1635 

|N the Abbigallte Lo: p Cer' from the Ministr 
of S f Oliues Southwarke : 

RALPH MASON -. 35 yers 

his wife ANNE 35 yers 

/- RICHARD 5 yers 

3 Children -J SAMUELL 3 yers 

( SUSAN i yere 



Justice of peace 



Joyner 



IN the Defence prd: 

ELIZABETH FRENCH 30 

ELIZABETH FRENCH 6 

MARIE FRENCH 2 



FRANCIS FRENCH 10 

Jo: FRENCH 5. mo. 



IOO 



PASSINGER W<=" PASSED FROM 



iiij" 1 Jully 1635 

j|N the Defence de Lond m' THOMAS BoSTOCKE vrs New Engtd p 
Cer': from the Minstr Justice of Peace, of his Conformity to y e 
Gou'm' [Government] of Churche of Engtd No Subsidy man. 

ROGER HARLAKENDEN aged 23 tokeoatheof Allegancef Supremacie 
ELIZA his wife ............ 18 

MABLE his sister .......... 21 

ANNE WOOD his seru' .... 23" 

SAMUELL SHEPHERD ser 1 . . 22 
JOSEPH COCKE .......... 27 

GEO: COCKE .............. 25 

W u FRENCH ............ 30 

ELISA. his wife ............ 32 

ROBERT a Man ser': .... 



SARRA SIMES 



Scruan 1 '* to y e afore said ROGER ) 
HARLAKENDEN. ) 



6 th Jully. 

JN the Defence de Lond. m' THO: BOSTOCKE vrs New Engtd 



Jo N JACKSON 30 yers whole Sale Man in Burchenlane 
p Cer 1 from s r GEO: WiiiTMORE f Ministr of y e pish 



x'Julij 1635 

|N the Abigail RICHARD HACKWELL M r p Cert: from the Minister 
Justice of Peace of his conformitie to the Church of England f 
that he is no Subscdy Man 



ycres 

JOHN WvNTiiRorp 27 

ELIZABETH WINTHROPP .... 19 
DEANE WINTIIROPP 1 1 



Tuo: GOAD 15 

ELIZABETH EPPS 13 

MARYLYNE 6 



1*35] 



PORT OF LONDON. 



101 



IN the Defence prd. p Cert from the Justic's Minister of his con- 
formitie to the Church of England. 

A Taylor JAMES FITCII ...... 30 | vxor ABIGALL FITCH 24 



4" Julij 1635. 

jjHEIS vnder-written names are to be transported to Virginea im- 
barqued in the Transport of London EDWARD WALKER M r p 
Certificate from the Minister of Gravesend of their conformitie to the 
orders discipline of the Church of England. 



yeres 

OLLIVER VAN HECK 35 

vxor KATHERIN VAN HECK . . 34 

PETER VAN HECK 7 

RICHARD MATON 23 

W M PAGE 18 

ROBERT KEVYNN 19 

PETER SMITH 25 

BRIAN M a GAWYN 3 

DANIELL SYMPSON 17 

PATRICK BREDDY 21 

HENRY CASTELL 22 

STEEVEN BLOCK 18 

GOWEN LANCASTER 28 

ROBERT FARRAR 24 

BRYAN GLYNN 20 

HUMFREY HADNET '22 

Jo: WODDALL 18 

WiftM WALLINGTON 32 

RICHARD SHARP 15 

MARMADUKE KIDSON . ..>.. 18 



Jo: GODFREY 21 

RICHARD CRITCH 27 

ELLIS BAKER 21 

JONATHAN NEALE 12 

Jo: BUSH 17 

W M NESSE 23 

Jo: SPREATE 20 

THO: STEEVENS 25 

Jo: WATERS 29 

ROB T FOSSITT 26 

WALTER DOWNES 24 

SYMON JONES 40 

ROBERT JENKINSON 18 

FRANC'S CLARK 28 

FRANCIS BICK 23 

THOMAS CRANFIELD 14 

THO: PAYNE 23 

PHILLIP JONES 22 

JOHN GOODSON 21 

STEEVEN BEANE.. . 20 



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GEO: BARBER 20 

RICHARD WHEATLIE 32 

RICHARD LLOYD 28 

HENRIE BARNES 22 

Tuo: MORE 21 

JOHN HARRISON 30 

W M HUDSON 20 

\V MASON 30 

MARK BRIGGOLL 21 

HENRY PORTER 30 

PATRICK WODDALI 20 

JOHN GEE 18 

RICHARD COOPER 28 

RICHARD EGGLESTON 24 

W M HARBERT 15 

JOHN WISE 18 

THOMAS COLES 32 

THO: WILLIAMS 18 

GEORGE ASHON 22 

PETER SEXSTON 20 

THO: JOHNSON 23 

THOMAS SAUNDERS 20 

JOHN LEE 16 

ROBERT FAREST 20 

RICHARD BICK 18 

WittM HARDISSE 22 

DANIELL ROSE 25 

RICHARD ANDERSON 17 

JAMES PHILLIPS 26 

ROBERT TYNMAN 21 

PETER WALLER 24 

RICHARD PETLEY 22 

ROGER HOLLIDGE 19 

W M REDDMAN 18 

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: HATCHET 19 

ROBERT HONNIBORN 21 

Jo: PARSON 18 

ALEXANDER BURLIE 18 

W'HART 26 

NATHANIELL PATIENT 16 

HENRY ARMSTRONG 22 

Women. 

KATIIERIN 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 

W M WHITE 7 wcckes old 

ELLENER ROGERS 19 

DOROTHIE CHARLES 20 

HESTER BROTHERTON 18 

MARGARET WATSON 18 

OLIFF SPRAWE 21 

ANN BRISCO 22 

ANN GUDDERIDGE 23 

RABECCA LANE 22 

ELIZABETH YORE 23 



PORT OF LONDON. 



103 



RALPH GOLTHORP 20 

EDWARD THOMSON 24 

W M WHITE 37 

ROBERT LEWES 38 

BARNABIE BARNES 35 

EDWARD ISDN 20 

JOHN SOMERTON 24 

Jo: RUSSELL 14 

ROBERT BATEMAN 20 

W M COOKE 20 

HENRY BANISTER 22 

THO: RICHARDSON 26 

Jo: WALLER....... 19 

RICHARD WEVER 27 

JOHN TRUE 26 

Jo: HORNE 21 

ROBERT MEDLEY 16 

RICHARD ATKINSON 21 

Jo: POWND -20 

EDWARD ROE 17 

FRANCIS WEBSTER 27 



Jo: SYARD 38 

GEO: MIDLAND 19 

W M 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 1 6 

JOHN HARRIS 28 

Jo: BAYLIE 42 

Jo: HATHORN 20 

EDWARD DRUE 18 

Jo: ARP 19 

EDMOND PRYME.. . 16 



vj Julij 1635 

|N the Pauls of London LEONARD BETTS Mr bound to Virginca 
p Certificate from the Minister of Gravesend of their Conformitie 
to the Church of England. 



ADRIAN FORD 26 

W M EAST 23 

ROBERT CAPLIN 22 

EDWARD WADE 24 



THO: GREENE 21 

Jo: JONES 18 

THO: BAREFOOTE 19 

ROBERT TAYLOR.. . 18 



IO4 



PASSINGER WC PASSED FROM 



[1635 



Jo: RICHARDSON 22 

RICHARD HUGHES 20 

ROBERT MARKCOM 22 

PETER PRICE 23 

JOHN DAVIES 23 

NICHOLAS PARKER 23 

JOHN GILL 19 

Jo AYNIS 21 

ARON EVERETT 20 

LAUNCELOTT LIMRICK 20 

W M STRANGE 25 

W H PALMER 18 

PHILLIP BAGLEY 19 

CIPRIAN WARNER 21 

HENRY DUDMAN 18 

THO: HITCHCOCK 22 

GILES COLLINS 20 

Jo: MACHEM 18 

ROBERT WILE [or WILD] 21 

JOHN THOMKINS 25 

SYLVESTER THATCHER 21 

NICHOLAS Fox 20 

JEREMY WATTS 21 

JOHN Coop [COOPER] 24 

HENRY BANK'S 19 

NATHANIEL DEANE 27 

THOMAS LISTER 22 

EDWARD WYGON 20 

W" JACKSON 26 

THO: SIMPSON 17 

DANIELL COLLIER 30 

JOHN COOKE 20 

ARTHUR PATIENT 22 

HUGH HARRISON 22 

W M PACK 27 



FRANCIS LATTNER 17 

WittM BERRY 17 

DAVID FLUDD 17 

Jo: HODGES 17 

SAMVELL BURNET 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 

W M JACKSON 26 

THO: DRAPER 26 

ANT. POTT'S 27 

MARK WHITE 25 

W M HlCKEY 22 

FRANCIS SEARLE 28 

WlftM RlDDELL 16 

Jo: POTTER 26 

WILLIAM CAPELL 25 

Jo: MYNTER 16 

W M HAREFINCH 30 

SYMON SimES 15 

ANTHONY DAY 22 

RICHARD EGGLESTON 16 

Jo: COURTNEY 32 

ROBERT VNDERWOOD 30 

W M QUYNIE 40 

NICHOLAS CLARK 31 

SAMVELL SYMONDS 30 

Jo: GILL 34 

MATHEW BENNET 18 

WiftM HIND 35 



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PORT OF LONDON. 



2childr:- 



MARGARET HINDE 30 

AUGUSTIN HARWOOD 25 

KATHERIN WILSON 28 

r ROBERT WILSON ... 6 
' I RICHARD WILSON ... 5 

LEONARD WOOD 22 

W M POSTELL 22 

CHARLES FORD 33 

JOHN SCOTT 26 

THOMAS FLEXNEY 23 

JOHN HERON 18 

THO: BAKER 16 

WiftM HUGHES 20 

Jo: COXSHEDD 14 

PETER PRYER 26 

BENIAMIN HOOKE 20 

Jo: GIBBS 35 

GEO: DAWE 23 

HUGH BEACON 25 

Jo: BISHOPP 23 



SAMVELL DAVIES 24 

THO: WARNER.. . 12 



Women. 

GRACE ALDERMAN 22 

MARY HUSBAND 20 

ALICE FULLER 22 

ELIZABETH RAYNTON 16 

ELIZABETH COLLINS 20 

DOROTHIE BRADLIE 18 

GRACE JONES 24 

SYBBILL COURTNEY 33 

JOAN BOWDEN 24 

ANNIS SEEDEN 22 

JOAN COLCHESTER 23 

ELIZABETH STACIE 20 

DOROTHY DAY 17 

ANN EMMERTON 20 

MARTHA HOLLAND 24 



xj" die Julij 1635 

[HEIS vnder- written names are to be transported to New-England 
imbarqued in the Defence of Lndon [London], EDWARD Bos- 
TOCK M r p Certificate of his Conformitie in Religion that he is no 
Subsedy-man. 

A Miller RICHARD PERK 33 "l 

MARGERY PERK ... 40 | 

ISABELL PERK 7 f yeres 

ELIZABETH PERK ... 4 J 



HENRY DUHURST 35 



io6 



PASSINGER 



PASSED FROM 



14" Jvlly 1635 

|N the Defence de Lond m' EDMOND BOSTOCKE Vs New England 
p Cer' from the Minstr 

ROBERT HILL, 20 yers seru 1 to m' CRADDOCKE. 



xviij" July 1635 

[HEIS vnder written name is to be transported to New-England 
imbarqued in the Pidc-Coivc p Cert: from the Minister of his 
conformitee from S r EDWARD SPENCER resident neere Branford that 
he is no Subsedy man. hath taken the oathe of Alleg. Suprem. 

WittM HARRISON ssyeresold 

Jo: BALDIN 13 

W M BALDIN 9 



[HEIS vnder-written names are to be transported to N. England 
imbarqued in the defence prd p Cert: from the Minist's Justic's 
of their conformitie y' they are no Subsedy Men. 



SARA JONES 34 

SARA JONES 15 

Jo: JONES 11 

RUTH JONES 7 

THEOPHILUS JONES 3 

RABECCA JONES 2 

ELIZ. JONES \ 

THO: DONN 25 

SUZANNA FAREBROTHER 25 

ELIZ: FENNICK 25 



W" SAWKYNN 25 

Husb: W M HUBBARD 40 

JUDITH HUBBARD 25 

JOHN HUBBARD 15 

W M HUBBARD 13 

W M READ 48 

MABELL READ 30 

GEORGE READ 6 

RALPH READ 5 

JUSTICE READ 18 Mo: 



PORT OF LONDON. 



107 



DOROTHIE KNIGHT 30 

NATHANIEL HUBBARD 6 

RICHARD HUBBARD 4 

MARTHA HUBBARD 22 

MARY HUBBARD 20 

ROBERT COLBURNE 28 

EDWARD COLBORN 17 

DOROTHIE ADAMS 24 

FRANCIS NUTBROWNE 16 

W M WILLIAMSON 25 

MARIE WiftiMSON 23 

LUCE MERCER 19 

Jo: FITCH 14 

PENELOPE DARNO 29 



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 July 1635 

IHEIS vnder-written names are to be transported to N. England 
imbarqued in the James JN MAY M r for N. E. p Cert: from the 
Ministers of their conformitie in Religion f that they are no Subsedy 
Men. 



Husb: W H BALLARD 32 

ELIZABETH BALLARD 26 

HESTER BALLARD 2 

Jo: BALLARD i 

ALICE JONES 26 

ELIZA: GOFFE 26 

EDMOND BRIDGES 23 

MlCHELL MlLNER 23 

THO: TERRY 28 

ROBERT TERRY 25 

RlC R :TERRY 17 

THO: MARSHALL... . 22 



W M HOOPER 18 

EDMOND JOHNSON 23 

SAMVEL BENNET 24 

RIC R : PALMER 29 

ANT BESSY 26 

ED\V: GARDNER 25 

W" COLKRON l6 

HENRY BULL 25 

SALOMON MARTIN 16 

wheelewrite. W M HlLL 70 

Nic BUTTRV 33 

MARTHA BUTTRY 28 

142 



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PASSED FROM 



[1635 



GRACE BUTTRY i 

Shoemaker Jo: HART 40 

MARY HART 31 

Shoemaker HENRY TYBBOT ... 39 

ELIZABETH TIBOTT 39 

JEREMY TVBBOTT 4 

SAMVELL TYBBOT 2 

REMEMBRANCE TYBBOTT 28 

Cloth Worker Nic: GOODHUE 60 
JANE GOODHEW 58 



JOHN JOHNSON 26 

SUZAN JOHNSON 24 

ELIZA: JOHNSON 2 

TIIO: JOHNSON 18 mo. 

Barber RALPH FARMAN 32 

ALICE FARMAN 28 

MARY FARMAN 7 

THO: FARMAN 4 

RALPH FARMAN . . 2 



JHEIS vnder written names are to be transported to N. England 
imbarqued in the Blessing JOHN LESTER M r the pties have 
brought Cert: from the Minisfs Justices of their conformitie in Religion, 
that they are no Subsedy Men. 



fisherman Jo JACKSON 40 

MARGARET JACKSON 36 

JOHN JACKSON 2 

Jo: MANIFOLD 17 

JOHN BURLES 26 

Jo: FITCH 14 

Nic: LONG 19 

CHRISTIAN BUCK 26 

BARNABIE DAVIES 36 

SUZAN DANES [or DAUES] ... 16 

ROBERT LEWES 28 

ELIZ: LEWES 22 

EDWARD INGRAM 18 

HENRY BECK 18 

Jo: HATHOWAY 18 

RICHARD SEXTON 14 

MARY HUBBARD 24 



MARY SPRATT 20 

RIC R : HALLINGWORTH 40 

SUZAN HALLINGWORTH 30 

CHRISTIAN HUNTER 20 

ELIZ: HUNTER 18 

THO: HUNTER 14 

W M HUNTER n 

W M HOLLINGWORTH 7 

Ric": HALLINGWORTH 4 

SUZAN HALLINGWORTH 2 

ELIZ: HALLINGWORTH 3 

THO: TRENTUM 14 

THO: BIGG'S 13 

Jo: BRIGG'S 20 

ROB' LEWES* 28 

ELIZ: LEWES* .. .22 



[It will be observed that these names also appear in the first column.] 



1 635] 



PORT OF LONDON. 



109 



JHEIS vnder-writtcn names are to be transported to New-England 
imbarqued in the Love JOSEPH YOUNG Mr- 



Baker WlftM ClIERRALL 26 

VRSULA CHERRALL 40 

Jo: HARMAN 12 

FRANCIS HARMAN 43 



SARA HARMAN 10 

WALTER PARKER 1 8 

fisherman WittM BROWNE 26 

MARY BROWNE . 26 



JHEIS vnder-written names are to be transported to Virginea, im- 
barqued in the Alice RICHARD ORCHARD M r the Men have 
taken the oaths of Allegeance C Suprem: 



EDWARD HUGHES 21 

JAMES MORFY 21 

ROBERT HAGGAR 33 

THO: ASKEW 21 

Ric": COOKE 21 

MILES ATKINSON 22 

ROWLAND VAUGHAN 19 

RICHARD NATT 1 8 

FRA: JENKINSON 28 

WiliM KENDRIDD 20 

Jo: WILSON 29 

ROB T BAXTER 21 

Jo: BENTLEY 34 

JO: HOLDSWORTH 2O 

Jo: WRIGHT 21 

CHARLES PEACOCK 28 



CHRI: HUDSON 30 

Jo: SMITH 20 

Jo: Coop [COOPER] 20 

EDWARD WAGGITT .'.... 20 

Jo: VICCARS 35 

THO: ATKINSON 27 

ROWLAND SUDGERNER 21 

W 51 MASSINGBURD 23 

JO: H-UTTON I/ 

ELIZABETH DEW 32 

ANN DEW 9 mo. 

RACHELL ADAMS 1 6 

Avis DEACON 19 

HANNA CLIFFORD 20 

ELIZ: BLANCH 20 

SOPHIA ROTTRIE 16 



no PASSINGER W"' PASSED FROM [1635 



23 July 

[HIS vnder-writtcn name is to be transported to New-Knyland 
imbarqued in the rictc-Con'c, M' ASHLEY: the ptie hath 

brought Certificate of his conformitie in Religion f Attestacon from the 
Justices that he is no Subscdy man. 

Husb: ROBERT BILLS 32 



28 July 1635 

] H El S psons hcrcvndcr expressed are to be transported to New- 
England, imbarqued in the Hopnvell of London, Tno: BAUB, 
M r p Certificate, from the Minister of S' Giles Cripplegate, that they are 
conformable to the Church of England, the Men have taken the oaths 
of Allegeance, Supremacie. 



yei-s 



A Smith THOMAS TREDWELL 30 
MARY TREDWELL 30 



yercs 

THO: BLACKLY 20 

THO: TREDWELL. , i 



[24 

JHEIS vnder-written names are to be transported to Virginea im- 
barqued in the Assurance de Lo: ISACK BROMWELL GEU. 
PEWSIE M r examined by the Minister of the Towne of Gravesend of 
their conformitie in o r Religion, the men have taken the oaths of Alle- 
geance Supremacie. 



yeres 

ROBERT BRIAN 27 

MAUDLIN JONES 60 

ANN SHAWE 32 

Jo: DUNCOMB 46 

SITH HAIEWARD 30 



RICHARD HAMEY [or HAMDY] 38 

W M HOLLAND 35 

HENRY SNO,WE 26 

MARIE SOUTHWOOD 22 

FRANCIS ROWLSON 29 



* [There is no date to this list ; but a list of troops to be transported to Flanders, which pre- 
cedes it in the original MS., is thus dated.] 



1*35] 



Y E PORT OF LONDON. 



in 



JANE SOWTHERN 19 

MARGERIE BAKER 39 

SARA RAYNE 18 

ANDREW VNDERWOOD 22 

PHILLIPP JOHNS 22 

HENRIE MARSHALL 35 

HENRY HEIDEN 30 

ELIZABETH SHERLOCKE 29 

THO: HURLOCK 40 

SAinVEL HANDY 25 

Jo: GATER 36 

JOAN GATER 23 

W M LEE 36 

JOSUA TITLOE 19 

JO: MlDDLETON 23 

ROBERT HAIWARD 22 

SAMVEL POWELL 19 

RICHARD GLOVER 24 

THO: PAGITT 41 

MATHEW HOLMES 21 

ELIAS HARRINGTON 22 

RICHARD SMITH 35 

THO: ROBINSON 24 

EVAN AP-EVAN 19 

Jo: BROWNE 21 

ROBERT FRITH 23 

THO: WILKINSON 23 

DENNIS HOGGIN 24 

Jo:FRiccAR 25 

RICHARD RIDGES 19 

EDWARD DAVIES 27 

THEODORUS BAKEWELL 21 

Jo: DERMOT 21 

Jo: MORGAN 27 

THO: BAYCOCK 46 



RIC R : ROGERS 48 

Ric": LOCKLEY 51 

Jo: JAKES 20 

THO: MORE 19 

Jo: BAKER 22 

NEHEMIAH CASON* .., 21 

ROBERT MAYES 28 

RICHARD BARNES 38 

Jo: BUTTLER 50 

W M REBBELL 19 

ROBERT WYON 22 

MATHEW DIXON 18 

JOHN WHEELER 23 

Jo: NORTH 24 

MOUNTFORD NEWMAN 27 

ROBERT STEERE 17 

W M LAKE 35 

HUMFREY WlLKINS 19 

ANT STILGO 21 

THO: DEACON ...; 19 

ROB T RlGGLIE 19 

BENIAMIN PILLARD 18 

ROBERT DAVIES 28 

Jo: SMITH 20 

WALTER MERRIDITH 33 

THO: PHILLIPS 24 

JAMES KINGSMILL 18 

JO. BOWTON 2O 

WALTER CHAPMAN 44 

JAMES ARNOLD 37 

RICHARD LEAKE 18 

THO: EDWYNN 13 

HANDGATE BAKER 22 

Jo: ABROCK 20 

THO: HALL 15 



[ * Second letter not clearly written : the name might be read COSON.] 



I I 2 



PASSINGER 



PASSED FROM 



[1635 



JAMES EDWIN 18 

EDWARD Cofiiixs 28 

Jo: GATER 15 

Nic GIBSON 22 

Jo: ROBERT'S 46 

GEO: MOSELY 20 

JAMES RAVISH 20 

Jo: HALES 21 

WARRAM TUCK. 20 

Jo: JONES 30 

W'COLTURE 19 

ROBERT SILBV 19 

RIC B : BRUSTER 26 

JO: SWANLEY 21 

W M CHARLES 21 

ANTHONY LEE 21 

WiftM WILLIAMS 28 

HENRY GEORGE 19 

Jo: BILLINS 21 

W M WRITE 18 

ROBERT LOVETT 20 

JOB JEFFERIE 19 

HENRIE HALER 22 

RICHARD SYMONDS 30 

JAMES SPARK'S 57 

RICHARD KIRBIE 32 

JAMES HINGLE 40 

THO: SAUNDERSON 24 

W M SPICER 20 

WittM THOMAS 19 

HENRY MADIN 30 

EDWARD EDNALL 21 

THO: JEFFERIES 22 

Nic: JACKSON 22 

THO: SPRATT 23 



THO: LEONARD 1 8 

THO: BESON 24 

CHRI: DIXON 24 

ISACK KEMP 23 

JEREMIE. SLIE 19 

Jo: 6 MULLIN 18 

ANTO PROCTER 16 

ROBERT HANDLEY 19 

Jo: AYMIES 18 

Jo: TAYLER 21 

W M ROFFIN 1 8 

RIC R : HALSEY 13 

ANT OTLAND 18 

ROBERT OLDRICK 18 

W M HALL 21 

JO COPELAND 19 

JOHN GOAD 18 

Jo: POOLY 17 

FRANCIS GAYER 18 

THO: CRAVEN 17 

Ric": LUCAS 16 

GEO: CULLIDGE 18 

LAWRENCE BARKER 26 

Jo: BOWES 20 

JO: WOODBRIDGE 32 

Jo: JOHNSON 20 

Jo: CHAPPELL 38 

GEO: WHITTAKER 32 

RICHARD LIVERSIDGE 24 

HENRIE WOOD 20 

ROB T MAX 21 

Jo: WARREN 18 

THO: TURNER 18 

Jo: GARLAND 19 

Jo: HUMFREY 23 



Y PORT OF LONDON. 



ISACK AMBROSE 18 

W M HUNCOTE 35 

THO: WILLIAMS 19 

THO: FOXCROFTE 19 

THO: HOBBS 22 

CHARLES COLLOHON 19 

HENRY BONN 23 

ROGER QUINTIN 21 

W M SMALL 18 

W M COLEMAN 16 

ANT ANDROWE 21 

Jo: RICHARDSON , 18 

W M CLADDIN 17 

TlIO: GUDDERIDGE 17 

ROGER BURLEY 17 

THO: BARD 16 

HENRY BUTLER 14 

Jo: BUDD 15 

JN MARSHALL 35 

W H READ 30 

EDWARD MITCHELL 18 

ROBERT DREWRIE 16 

Ric": WELLS 17 

Jo: COTES 17 

Jo: STUBBER 17 

HENRY LEE 18 

Ric": BALL 17 

Jo: COOKE 17 

THO: SYER 14 

Jo: PARTRIDGE 18 

Jo: JOHNSON 24 

Women. 

ISBELL DAVIES 22 



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 BATEMAM 23 

THOMAZIN MARKCOM 26 

ANN GOLDWELL 17 

ANN GRIFFINN 26 

JAMES BROOKES 28 

vxor. ALICE BROOKES 18 

DORCAS MERCER 30 

ELLIN DAVIES 23 

ALICE HARRIS 21 

EEDIE HOLLOWAY 22 

SARA COGGIN 20 

ELIZABETH BAKER 20 

DOROTHIE DAVIES 17 

ELIZABETH RAYNARD 20 

MARIE OLLIVER 21 

ALICE RIALL 18 

RABECCA PARMETON 19 

MARIE MIDDLETON 17 

KAT: FULDER 17 

ELIZ: DICK'S 18 

SARA GREENE 20 

MARGARET RICKORD 20 

WlNNIFREDD CONGRAVE 22 

MATHEW PLANT 23 

Jo: MORE 28 

15 



114 



PASSINGER 



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[1635 



ELIZABETH POWELL 17 

MARIE SHORTER , 26 



MARIE LEE -14 weekes 

MATHE\V CLATWORTHY 25 



1 88 



27" July 1635 

|HEIS vnder-written names are to be transported to Virginea im- 
barqued in the Primrose Capten DOUGLASS, M r ' p Certificate 
vnder y e Ministers hand of Gravesend, being examined by him touching 
their Conformitie to the Church Discipline of England The Men have 
taken the oaths of Allegeance f Supremacie. 



WILLIAM SPRAWSON 28 

fetch off by Jo: SYMOND'S 18 

M. Secretary RjrHATCn WFRI! T.6 

Windebanks - lcHAK1J VVLtfb JO 

Warrant. LUKE SXODEX 21 

W" STARLING 18 

LAWRENCE WHITHORSE 17 

ROBERT NUTTALL 18 

Jo: HALL 24 

MATHEW BURR 27 

THO: DAGGETT 21 

Jo: BALDWYNN 27 

THO: BRUXSTON 20 

HENRY BANBRIDGE 18 

Nic: PETTING 24 

ROBERT WILLIAMS 21 

W M THORNCOME 19 

THO: WIGGIN 21 

CHRI: LEGG 19 

HENRIE ROBINSON 26 

Jo: SHERRICK 19 

Jo: PALMER 18 



W M ALDERTON 35 

THO: CLIFTON 25 

W M BROWNE 19 

ALEXANDER MASIE 21 

GEO: LEE 16 

THO: BEANE 21 

Jo: PEW 16 

GEORGE COTTINGHAM 20 

Jo: SWIFTE 23 

GEO: FOWLER 22 

THO: FARRABY 26 

ROBERT SHARP 21 

W M EVANS 25 

W M HARRIS 50 

THOMAS COKE 24 

ABRAM SWIFTE 23 

OLIVER FAYRIE 25 

OLIVER SYMON 30 

HENRY MAGGITT 29 

THO: BALES 18 

W M ALLINSON 25 



* [There are 221 names in the list, 
together, will yield 221.] 



It will be observed that adding these two numbers 



' PORT OF LONDON. 



WALTER MARSHALL 

Jo: SHIPLEY 

THO: SMITH 

Jo: JOHNSON 

Jo: WICK'S 

RIC R : WEST 

GEO. WADE 

W M PERCE 

Jo: BEETELL 

FRANCIS RATFORD . . 

Jo: MORFIN 

Jo: LEE 

Jo: BALME 

Jo: STROWDE 

W M Fox 

THO. PYNCH 

RlC R 'GlLL 

HENRY DIKES , 

W M SHAWE 

HENRY SMITH 

RALPH HUNT , 

Jo: LUPTON 

JAMES RYDIE 

GARRET COOKE .... 

Jo: MERIE 

OLLIVER CLIFFORD 

WittM WHITE 

THO: MORTIMER.... 

Jo: RIDGE , 

THO: VINSON 

FRANCIS DELLICAT 

THO: RIDGE , 

RICHARD GARY 

THO: MANNING'S . . , 
W M PARRY , 



17 

21 

18 

21 
26 
21 
19 
19 
20 
20 
2O 
25 

34 
'7 

21 

32 
26 

33 

25 

22 
22 
25 
45 
2O 

17 

18 
23 

20 

16 
18 
20 
23 
17 
16 
16 



JAMES HALL 

ROBERT BENTON . . 

THO: MASON 

THO: SAKER 

Jo: MARSH 

FRANCIS MURSH* . . 

THO: ADAMS 

PHILIP DAVIES 

EDWARD DANNELL 
HENRY CHAPMAN . . 

Jo: NORTH 

CHARLES WHITE .. 

JOHN PARRY 

GODFREY HUNDLEY 
RICHARD WATT'S . . 
CLEMENT DONN . . . . 
RIC R STANFORD 

BEN: GREGORIE 

EDWARD MILLS 
ROBERT EELIE . . . . 

RIC R : KELLUM 

ROBERT PAGE 

Jo: BALDWYN 

ELLIS HARMAN .... 

Jo: BOTTOMLY 

W M MORE 

SAMVELL BOSWELL 

W M SWIFTE 

\V H GRIFFIN 

Jo: NORMAN ...... 

RICHARD WARDD . . 
FRANCIS JARVICE . . 

THO: THOMAS 

LUKE RICHARDSON 
Jo: FLETCHER 



18 
18 

19 
16 

33 

28 

21 
25 

18 
19 

22 
18 

27 
24 
2 4 
22 
25 
24 
30 

14 

16 
17 

21 

18 

19 

16 
23 

21 
21 
2O 
13 
14 
20 

'7 

18 



* [So in the original ; but probably intended for MARSH.] 



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PASSINGER 



PASSED FROM 



[1635 



ROB T HARRIS 20 

ROBERT FEAT'S 25 

Jo: SAKER 30 

W M JOHNSON 26 

Jo: WEEKES 18 

EDMOND ARDINTON 20 

CHRISTO: BANBRIDGE 19 

ELIZ: MAYNARD 22 

ANN JACKSON 23 

Jo: MOLIN 30 

MARGARET CLARK 21 

W S1 CLARK i 

ELLIN HALY 55 



SICILLIA WESTON 37 

JANE PRYm 18 

ANN VISHER 20 

KAT: YORK 19 

DOROTHY JAKES 29 

AYMIE HUMFRIE 23 

MARGARET JNSON 20 

MARIE SAKER 24 

ELLIN SUTTON 20 

Jo: SAKER i 

Tito: POOLE 43 

Jo: WHETSTON 20 

THOMAZIN MILLS 38 



100 



Vltimo JuKj 1635 

|HEIS vnder-written names are to be transported to Virginea, im- 
barqued in y e Merchant's Hope HUGH WESTON M r : p examinacon 
by the Minister of Gravesend touching their conformitie to the Church 
discipline of England f have taken the oaths of Alleg: Suprem: 

EDWARD TOWERS 26 I CHARLES RILSDEN 27 

HENRY WOODMAN 22 

RICHARD SEEMES 26 

ALLIN KING 19 

ROWLAND SADLER 19 

Jo: PHILLIPS 28 

VYNCENT WHURTER 17 



JAMES WHITHEDD 14 

JOSIAS WATTS 21 

PETER LOE 22 

GEO: BROOKER 17 

HENRY EELES 26 

Jo: DENNIS 22 

THO: SWAYNE 23 



Jo: EXSON 17 

W H LUCK 14 

Jo: THOMAS 19 

Jo: ARCHER 21 

RICHARD WILLIAMS 25 

FRANCIS HUTTON 20 

SAVILL GASCOYNE 29 

Ric": BULFELL 29 

Ric": JONES 26 

THO: WYNES , 30 

HUMFREY WlftMS [WILLIAMS] 22 

EDWARD ROBERT'S 22 

MARTIN ATKINSON 32 



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EDWARD ATKINSON 28 

W M EDWARD'S 30 

NATHAN BRADDOCK 31 

JEFKERY CURRISH 23 

HENRY CARRELI 16 

THO: RYLE 24 

GAMALIEL WHITE 24 

RICHARD MARK'S 19 

THO: CLEVER 16 

Jo: KITCHIN 16 

EDMOND EDWARD'S 20 

LEWES MILES 19 

Jo: KENNEDAY 20 

SAfii: JACKSON 24 

DANIELL ENDICK 16 

Jo: CHALK 25 

Jo: WNALL .....' 20 

EDWARD SMITH 20 

Jo: ROWLIDGE 19 

W M WESTLIE 40 

Jo: SMITH 18 

Jo: SAUNDERS 22 

THO: BARTCHERD 16 

THO: DODDERIDGE 19 

RICHARD WILLIAMS . 18 



Jo: BALLANCE 19 

W M BALDIN 21 

W M PEN 26 

Jo: GEERIE 24 

HENRY BAYLIE 18 

Ric": ANDERSON 50 

ROBERT KELUM 51 

RICHARD FANSHAW 22 

THO: BRADFORD 40 

W" 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 

ELLIN HAWKES . 18 



66 



Primo die Augusti 1635 

[HEIS vnder-written names are to be transported to Virginea, im- 
barqued in the Elisabeth de Lo: CHRISTOPHER BROWNE M r 
examined by the Minister of Gravesend touching their conformitie to the 
ord rs discipline of the Church of England the Men have taken the oaths 
of Alleg: Supremacic. 



FASSINGEK W CH PASSED FROM 



[1635 



Jo: BENFORD 20 

LODOWICK FLETCHER 20 

Jo: BAGBIE 17 

ROB T SALTER 14 

EDWARD WHITE 18 

STEEVEN PIERCE 30 

RIC R : BEAUFORD 18 

RIC R : CHAPMAN 18 

ANDREW PARKINS 18 

Jo: BAKER 16 

Jo: WAKERS 16 

Jo: VAUGHAN 17 

YEOMAN GIBSON 16 

THO: LEED 16 

GEO: TREVAS 18 

W M SHILBORN 20 

SAinVEL GROWCE 38 

W M GLASBROOKE 21 

EDWARD DICK'S 30 

Jo: BENNETT 18 

MICHELL SAUNDBY 25 



W M THURROWGOOD 13 

SAiTivELL MATHEW 14 

THO: FRITH 17 

Jo: AUSTIN 24 

PAUL FEARNE 24 

THOMAS ROYSTON 25 

Jo: TAYLER 1 8 

Women. 

KATHERIN JONES 28 

ELIZ: SANKSTER 24 

ELLIN SHORE 20 

ALICE PYNDON 19 

SARA EVEREDGE 22 

MARGARET SMITH 28 

ELIZAB: HOEMAN 20 

MOULES NAXSTON 19 

MARIE BURBACK 17 

ELIZ: RUDSTON 40 

ELIZ: RUDSTON 5 



26 



xj ih Aug" 1635 
IN the Batcheler de Lo: m' THO. WEBB vrs New Engtd 



LYON GARDNER 36 yers his wife MARY 34 yers, ELIZA. COLES 23 
yers, their maid Seruan 1 , W M JOPE 40 yers, who are to passe to 
new England, haue brought Cert, of their Conformity. 



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YE PORT OF LONDON. 



119 



vij" August i 1635 

[HEIS vnder-witttn names are to be transported to Virginea 
imbarqued in the Globe of London JEREMY BLACKMAN M r , 
have been examined by the Minister of Gravesend of their Conformitie. 
f have taken the oaths of Alleg: Supremacie. 



Minister JOHN GrOODBARXE ... 30 

EDWARD LEWES 21 

Jo: WHITWHAM 26 

Jo: BABINGTON 20 

WSATCHILL 22 

THO: GOWEN 18 

SYMON MOODY 20 

THOMAS TUCKER -21 

Jo: WATTON 20 

Jo: RAMSEY 30 

RICHARD BATES 16 

Witfoi BOWLER 14 

HENRY HOPES 23 

W" 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 

W M SAVORY 25 

EDWARD KING 21 

NATHANIEL ROGERS 17 

MlCHELL VICTOR l8 

WSHARP 21 

W M OSMOTHERLY 14 



GEO: NETTELLFORD 19 

THO: PARKER 22 

PHILIP MEREDITH 12 

ROBERT COPPYN n 

\V M BROWNE 20 

ROBERT YATES 25 

W M GRIFFITH '.. 18 

OLOUGH BERNE 19 

JAMES COPLEY 22 

THO: BLITHE 20 

W M HOWARD 16 

Jo: HALE 14 

NICHOLAS TAYLER 17 

BENEDICT ROLLS 16 

MARTIN PERKINS 18 

W M ENNIS 22 

DAVIE VAUGHAN 18 

Jo: SEATON 19 

THO: BOWYER 19 

ABRAM BENTLEY 20 

RIC R : ADAMS 22 

JOHN RUSSELL 15 

W M BURTON 20 

MATHEW BATEMAN 20 

Jo: BYNSTEDD 20 

MICHELL HAYNES 21 

THO: JNSON 21 

JOHN WHITFIELD 20 



120 



PASSINGEX 



PASSED FROM 



['635 



HENRY MOSTON 23 

ALLIN HAMOCK 32 

GEORGE FORTH 27 

CHARLES SMITH 22 

MATHEW MORTON 19 

W M LEWES 25 

ROBERT ARNOLD 30 

Jo: THATCHER 22 

W M NASH 22 

PETER PAYTON 22 

ROBERT BALDRY 18 

EDWARD LANGSTEDD 18 

JAMES SCOTT 21 

W M ANDROWES 18 

Jo: BLAND 26 

PHILIP WESTLAKE 20 

Jo: MARWOOD 17 

Jo: GRIFFITH 20 

Jo: HOWGATE 17 

LUKE HANES [or HAUES] 27 

Jo: STIBBS 19 

JEFFERY WYNCH 20 

RICHARD ABBOTT 25 

RIC B : STEEVENSON 19 

THO: SMITH 30 

ANT: CARTER 22 

GEO: MORE 25 

ROBERT GANNOCK 20 

Ric": COOKE 46 

RICHARD TOWNSEND 28 

NICHOLAS JERNEW 28 

THO: WALLIS 32 

WlttM SCARFIELD 22 

S AM VEL STRINGER 17 

Nic: REINOLD'S 38 



JOHN PETER 

RICHARD WOLLMAN . . 
EDWARD CLEIBORN . . 

NICHOLAS BATE 

W BATE 

RICHARD WELLS 

RICHARD GUY 

Jo: SWANN 

EDWARD LENE 

THO: SAWELL 

THO: WHAPLETT 

MABELL EATON , 

SARA CLEYTON 

ANN LEVYNNS , 

MARY WILLIS 

ANN CREEDE 

JULIAN MERIDETH , 

LUCIE BUCKLE 

JOAN JERNEW 

ELIZ: JERNEW , 

ROBERT SCRIVEN 

ROBERT ISHAM 

Jo: ARMSBY 

WLENNON* 

MICHELL WHITLEY . . . 

Jo. MANNING'S 

W M BARLOE 

EDWARD HOLLINBRIGG. 

W M MANIFOLD 

GREGORIE ALLIN 

W" TALBOTT 

GEO: HAWLEY 

EDWARD HODGSKYNNS. 

MARK GILL 

THO: HARRWOOD 



20 

22 
20 
24 

35 
26 

23 
18 

32 
29 

21 
27 
27 
31 
22 
22 
38 

18 
30 

25 
18 

14 
30 
19 
23 

20 

19 
27 
20 
17 
14 
17 
21 
22 
26 



* [Or LEMON. The strokes of the letters are thick and clumsy.] 



Y E PORT OF LONDON. 



121 



ABRAM WATSON 17 

ALLIN RIPPIN 28 

JOHN HOBSON 25 

THO: CHAPMAN 26 

ROBERT VASS 19 

RICHARD WARD 23 

GEO: ALDIN 20 

W M WARNER 25 

GEO.: GRACE 25 

CHRISTOPHER HAMOND .... 32 

JACOB AVERIE 33 

GEO:AVERIE 23 

FRANCIS BULLOCK 26 

RICHARD VPGATE 21 

ANN WILLETT 23 

JOYCE ROBINSON 20 

MARGARET BAYLIE 20 

MARY BRACKLEY 20 



FRANCIS TOWNSEND 21 

FRANCIS TOWNSEND 2 

THO: NEEDHAM 13 

THO: AXSTELL 35 

Jo: REDDMAN 46 

ROBERT MASCRIE 32 

ROBERT CROUCH 15 

THO: OWEN 23 

THO: KNIBB 23 

ROBERT WALTUM 26 

DEBORA BARNIE 23 

Jo: TYLER 16 

THO: GREGORIE 15 

THO: TATE 22 

THO: HANCOCK 15 

FRA: PEPPER 16 

W M SAUND R 'S 19 



x" Aug tl 1635 

[HEIS vnder-written names are to be transported to Virginea, 
imbarqued in the Safety, JOHN GRAUNT M r 



yeres 

JOHN HARDON 27 

RICHARD HAIEWARD 33 

BARTHOL: HOSKYNS 34 

ANT HAIES 24 

Jo: CATTS 23 

Jo: WAZEN 19 

HENRY GADLING 16 

RICHARD HOPKINS 25 

ROBERT SUTTON 17 

ROBERT PITWAY 27 



yeres 

MARY PITWAY 4 

Jo: JONES 29 

MATHEW GOUGH 22 

ROBERT BODDY 19 

Jo: CARTER 22 

THOMAS HEATH 23 

Jo: HORNWOOD 21 

FRANCIS BARKER -21 

W TIGHTON 24 

CHRISTOPHER WYNN 20 

16 



122 



PASSINGER 



PASSED FROM 



JO: HEmlNG 

RALPH SYMPKYXN . . . 

JAMES BARNES 

CHRI: STOPE 

ROBERT LENDALI, . . . 

DAVID KIFFIN 

W* SYMONDS 

TYMOTHY TRALLOPP . 
HENRY DUGDELL . . . 

JOHN LOWND 

JAMES ATKINSON . . . 

Nic: WATSON 

Jo: TAYLOR 

ARTHUR RAYMOND . 

EDWARD SPICER 

ROBERT HARRWOOD . 
RICHARD FOSTER . . . 

Jo: BELL 

GABRIELL FISHER . . . 

THO: BROWNE 

CORNELIUS MAIES . . . 
STEVEN GORTON . . . 

Jo: GLOSTER 

Jo: PIGEON 

THOMAS THORNE . . . 

Jo: WRITE 

RICHARD PRESTON. . . 
ANDREW STRETCHER 
ALEXANDER HARVIE. 
EDMOND JENKINS . . . 

Nic: MORTON 

Jo: BAY 

JAMES PATTISON 

W H LOWTHER 

EDWARD SAUNDERS . 



25 
28 

25 
24 

20 

24 
32 
21 
2O 
16 

16 
16 
18 

20 
21 
17 

16 

30 
36 
18 

12 

35 
23 
i5 
13 
IS 
17 
H 
IS 
IS 
17 
16 

21 

24 
40 



JAMES BETHELI 

Jo: BROWNE 

Jo: GIBSON 

THO: BELK 

GEO: TUCKER 

THO: JENNIONS 

ROBERT PERKINS 

Jo: MARTIN 

EDMOND FARRELL 

W M HASSELL 

EDWARD GIFFORD 

ROGER GILBERT 

RICHARD ALLIN 

Jo: WILKINSON 

FRANCIS VYONS 

WiftM DAVIES 

RICHARD ALDERLEY . . 
HENRY DALLEPER 

RICH: HUDSON 

Jo: HILL 

EDMOND MULLENEUX 
HUMFREY BLACKMAN 
RICHARD COTTON 

JAMES ALLIN 

MARTIN CHURCH 

HENRY GILBERT 

W-Q'NY* , 

BRIAN KELLY 

LEWES SMITH 

THO: DOE , 

THOMAS SAUNDERS . . 
EDWARD SAUNDERS . . 

THOMAS CARTER 

THOMAS AP THOMAS . . 
RICHARD CAUNT 



27 

25 
30 
37 

22 
24 
25 
23 
20 

24 
30 

16 

22 
U 

25 
27 
26 

18 
30 

22 
2O 
16 
20 
19 

16 

34 

20 
20 
22 
33 
13 

9 

25 
30 
36 



[Clearly so in the original.] 



Y PORT OF LONDON. 



'23 



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 

WittM KARSEWELL 20 

W M 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 PISCER 44 



MARIE LERRIGO 19 

MARGARET HOMES 23 

ALICE ASHTON 20 



HANNA WADDINGTON 16 

ELIZABETH HOLLOWAY 26 

ELIZ: GOLD 17 

ELIZABETH FRISBY 24 

ELIZ: SMITH 50 

MARGARET CARD 24 

MARGERIE SMITH 22 

ELIZAB: PISCER 16 

ELIZABETH WARD 25 

JOAN GRIFFIGE .' 35 

ELIZ: TURNER 44 

JOAN ALLIN 20 

MARIE BOOTH 19 

JANE CUTTING 17 

W M HINDSLEY 23 

KATHERIN SMITH 18 

THOMAZIN BROAD 24 

ANN WATERMAN 1 8 

JOAN TURNER 21 

JANE FOXSLEY ...." 25 

ROSE HILLS 22 

ANN CROFT'S 16 

GRACE TUBLEY 20 

MARGARET SNALES 22 

ANN HOLLAND 19 

ANN FOSSITT 34 

DOROTHY MOYLE 24 



21 



IN the Hopeivell de Lo: m' 



i 1635 

BAMJ, v's New Engtd 



HENRY MAUDSLEY 24 yers hath brought Cer'- from the Ministr of his 
Conformity hath taken the oathe of Allegance. 

1 6 2 



124 



PASSIXGEIt Wen PASSED FROM 



[1635 



21 Aug" 1635 

JHEIS vnder-written names are to be transported to Virginca, 
imbarqued in the George Jo: SEVERNE M r bound thither p 
examination of the Minister of Gravesend fc. 



yeres 

MICHELL MASTERS 21 

Tuo: MORECOCK 26 

JO: GlLLAM 21 

THO: GlLLAM 18 

HUMFREY HlGGINSON 28 

MATHEW SILSBY 31 

THO: BULLARD 32 

THO: ROGERS 15 

NOWELL LLOYD 16 

ANN HIGGINSON 25 

FRANCIS FOSTER 18 

ROBERT SCQTCHMORE 39 

Jo: EVANS 19 

RABECCA PALMER 19 

ARTH R BODILIES 19 

PETER MANING 25 

DANIELL BOWYER 30 

MICHELL WILLIAMS 18 

CHRI: KIRK 23 

RICHARD GENNEY 20 

CHRISTOPHER THOMAS 21 

WALTER WALKER 23 

Jo: POPE 28 

ANTO 'HODGSKINS 22 

JOHN BELL 21 

ANN LAYFIELD 30 

Jo: HUTCHINSON 47 

ALICE LEVITT . 16 



yeres 

MARY BURTWEZILL 18 

ALICE WATSON 30 

JOAN LUDCOLE 18 

NATHAN: WILSON 23 

THEODOR ROGERSON 20 

W M THOMSON 22 

Jo: JONES 17 

MICHELL HEDLY 24 

EDWARD ABBS 37 

W M COLDER 22 

THO: HAND 20 

GEORGE Fox 14 

Jo: DAYNIE 20 

W M 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 

W M DlCKENSON 21 

W M MITCHELL 15 

MARIE NEELE 13 

ANN COOPER 20 

GEO: TAYLER . , 20 



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125 



HENRY KILBY 

Jo: FYNCH 

GEO: QUITHOR 

THO: MOTHROPP 

JAMES HORNER 

Jo: RAY 

Ric": DIXON 

Tno: PEACOCK 

Jo: ROGERS 

GRIFFITH HUGHES 

ANN WHITE - 

Jo: QUYLE 

T.HO: ALLIN 

Jo: BUTLER 

THO: PURNELL 

VALENTINE BISHOPP . . . 

W M CLOWDLSLIE* 

RICHARD VERDIN 

Jo: BADDAM 

ELIAS WIGGMORE 

SUZAN HARE 

RICHARD HIDE ....... 

ROBERT DUNHAM 

Jo: GOODRIDGE 

Jo. TIFFING 

HENRY CUTLING 

LEONARD RICHARDSON. 
JESPER HODGSKYNS . . . 

Jo: WYNN , 

THO: HOWELL 

LAWRENCE BARWICK . . , 

Jo: MUSGRAVE , 

EDWARD LILLIE 

Jo: GOODSON , 

MICHELL PRYNN ..... 



27 
27 
25 

21 
24 
21 
20 
19 

18 

24 
19 
15 
17 
13 

16 
ii 
26 

24 
40 

24 
24 
24 
30 

19 
19 
40 

43 
24 
25 
20 
, 20 

37 
. 19 

25 
25 



ALEXANDER GREENE 40 

JAMES BANKES 35 

OLIFF GiBbiNs i3 

CONSTANCE FISTER 23 

W M SCOTT 24 

RALPH BROWNE 23 

Ron T MORRISON 21 

EDWARD GREENE 6 

THO: BANK'S 4 

ELIZ: BANK'S 9 mo. 

Jo: ALLIN 21 

LEWES JAMES 30 

THO: WIGGINS 20 

SARA MERRIMAN 20 

ARTHUR FIGISS 40 

W M HlNSHAWE 5 20 

ROGER NEVITT 20 

MATHEW PRICE 20 

Ric : JAMES 33 

W" NEESAM 21 

THO: BUCK 17 

GEO: SMITH 20 

JOSEPH MILLS 20 

THO: ROGERS 16 

Jo: RICHARDS 17 

W M SAIE 17 

GEO: CRANWELL 23 

Jo: WESTON 20 

FRANCIS BLAKE 1 8 

THO: MAYNARD 22 

Jo: PRICE 34 

PETER STARKIE. 22 

JAMES HAWKINS 17 

JOSEPH WARRWELL 17 

FRANCIS YOUNG 21 



[So in the original : doubtless intended for CI.OWDESUE.] 



126 



PASSIXGEK We" PASSED FROM 



['635 



THO: COXMEK 22 

THO: PERRY 18 

Jo: STAUNTON 27 

THO: WHITE 16 

RIC K : PHILLIPS 14 

JANE SWIKTE 23 

MARGERY CARTER 23 

GRESSAM PAR'KINS 19 

W M BLOCK 23 

THO: GADSBY 19 

Minister. RICHARD JAMES 33 

VRSULA JAMES 19 

ARTHUR FIGISS 33 



FRAN-CIS HAVERCAMI- 17 

EDMOND JONES 22 

HENRY HAWLKV 34 

ROIJERT BURR 19 

W M MILLER 29 

\V M CURTIS 19 

THO: BEOMONT 29 

Jo: COVELL 1 8 

MARY LOVETT 1 8 

JOAN VIZARD 1 8 

W M STEEVKNS 22 

THO: HORROCK'S 22 

MARY SOANES 26 



152 



[HEIS vnder-written names arc to be transported to Virginea im- 
barqued in the TJiomas HENRY TAVERNER M r , have been 
examined by the Minister of Gravesend touching their conformitie in o 1 
Religion, C c. 



Jo: LEWES 16 

W M GREENE 18 

WALTER SMITH 20 

W M BURTON 24 

Jo: HILL 15 

JOSEPH BROWNING 20 

THO: FOUCH 16 

EDWARD SAWNDERS 20 

W" JAMES 18 

Jo: TULLIE 20 

JANE GIBBS . . . . 27 

MARY CHADD 17 

JANE COLERACK 22 

ALICE WRIGHT . 2 1 



EDWARD ERLE 43 

RICHARD CRANE 32 

ADAM CROWE 19 

JACOB DENTON 20 

HUGH STANLEY 16 

BENJAMIN SYUIES 42 

MARY JOLLY 21 

ELIZ: AYRES 26 

HUMFREY AWDRY 21 

EDWARD JOHNSON 28 

JO: COLLOPP 22 

PETER RICAKP 19 

HENRY GEW 20 

W M ADAMS 24 



iJ5] 



Y E PORT OF LONDON. 



127 



ROB T JAMES-. 18 

Jo: BROWTON 20 

RIC R : WHEELER 24 

ROBERT WELLS 30 

Jo: GRESSAM 22 

TEAGUE QUILLIN 20 

W" PEAS 19 

BARTHOLM: FURBANK 20 

ROBERT JOHNSON 27 

MARY JOHNSON 23 

ALICE JNSON 22 

ELIZ: JOHNSON 18 

MARY LUCIE 20 

JOAN LOOKER 20 

SUZAN JENNOWAY 26 



EDWARD ROBINS 33 

GEO: DAWE 23 

JOSEPH PRESTON 20 

ANANIAH DYER 24 

ROGER WILKYNS 33 

Jo: BOOTH 19 

PETER HARBYNN 21 

THO: MALTMAN [^MULTMAN] 17 

Nic: FOLLY 16 

HUGH FOUCHE 17 

MlCHELL HUTCHINSON 1 6 

W M PALLMER 17 

W M CHAMBERLIN 16 

NATHAN: TOOLY 19 

HENRY WILSON 12 

58 



Secundo die Septembris 1635 

JHEIS vnder-written names are -to be transported to S< Christo- 
phers: imbarqued in the William John ROWLAND LANGRAM 
M r - have been examined by the Minister of Gravesend tooke the oaths 
of Alleg: Suprein: die et A pd 



JAMES LAMPLEY 19 

W M GREENE 18 

HENRY DANIELL 20 

ROWLAND DAVIES 20 

W M REDDISH 20 

EDWARD BROOMISH 20 

ROBERT FITT 18 

RICHARD LEWES 26 

RICHARD CORIE 18 

RICHARD CRISTIE 20 

Jo: BRUNT 24 



W WILLIAMS 21 

CHRISTOPHER STEEVENSON... 19 

THO: BARNES 20 

ROBERT WATLER , 20 

ANDREW YOUNG ' 40 

FRANCIS HUDSON 36 

Jo: PARR 19 

W M MORLEY 24 

RlC R :GAVYN 21 

THO: PHILLIPPS 35 

Jo: WILLARD 16 



128 



PASSINGER 



PASSED FROM 



THO: HANMER 14 

W M BURNHAM 21 

WALTER WALL 16 

W M BATHOE 18 

THO: TAPPER 21 

W M BAYLIE 23 

THO: BROOKES 21 

NATHANIELL BERNARD 22 

THO: PRICE 20 

GEO: FRIE 19 

THO: HART 25 

MATHEW ADDISON 17 

THEOBALD WALI 18 

ROBERT RICHARDSON 33 

ROBERT LEAKE 38 

BARNABIE BROOKE 20 

Jo: COCK 18 

Nic: COBB 24 

Jo: HINSON 21 

THO: EKKERSOE 24 

GEO: CARTER 28 

Ric": HARRIS 26 

HENRIE NOKES 27 

THO: THOMSON 28 

SAmvEL KNIPE 23 

Jo: WATTON 25 

Jo: BYRALL 29 

MORRIS PARRY 30 

Jo: NAYLER 20 

EDWARD NAYLER 21 

GEO: NOBLE 22 

W M COCK'S 20 

MARTIN SOWTH , 19 

W M GREENELEFE 26 

Jo: SAWNDERS 17 



THO: HAMES \pr HAINES]. 

JOHN PINKLEY 

ROBERT THOMSON 

W H DAVIES 

RICHARD BEARE 

GEO: FORD 

THO: LOWYNN 

Jo: DRAKE 

ROBERT OUTMORE 

HUGH HILTON 

THO: KING 

LAWRENCE ADDERFORD , 

JAMES DOCKKIE 

EZECHELL RENNAM 

THO: HAIDEN 

EDWARD BRUNT 

THO: REINOLDS 

W M BENN 

PHILLIP SKORIER 

W M WORRALL 

Jo: BENSON 

HENRY BUGLAND 

Jo: MORTON 

JO: DlTCHFIELD 

NATHANIELL SIMPKINS... 

W M PROCTER 

EDWARD GRESSAM 

W M STEEVENS 

THO: WHITHEDD 

THO: CLARK 

W M STIFFCHYNN 

Jo: BONN 

W M DUNBARR 

Jo: MORRISH 

ALEXANDER GLOVER . 



16 
30 

22 

30 
28 

19 
20 

18 

38 

23 
27 
26 
17 

*i3 
15 
26 
16 

24 
26 

23 
27 

21 
24 
22 
26 
26 

'7 
21 

24 
25 

16 
18 

15 
18 

37 



[Originally written 15, but afterwards altered.] 



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Y E POUT OF LONDON. 



129 



EDWARD KING 25 

Jo: KENT 23 

ROBERT LYNT 21 

EDWARD BELLIS 21 

THO: GILL 30 

W H GROVE 32 



RICHARD MASON 29 

MANLEY RICHARDSON 21 

ISACK BELT 23 

JOHN PICKERING 25 

THO: ARCHBOLD 19 

MATHEW WELLS 28 



JHEIS vnder written names 
imbarqued in the David Jo 
the Minister of Gravesend, tc. 

EDWARD BROWNE 25 

SAMVEL TROOPE 17 

W M HATTON 23 

DANIELL BACON 30 

ROBERT ALSOPP 18 

TEDDER JONES 30 

THO: SIGGINS ... 18 

ABELL DEXTER 25 

RIC R : CATON 26 

HENRY SPICER 28 

THO: GRANGER 19 

JO: BONFOLLYf 21 

ROGER MANNINGTON 14 

JOSUA CHAMBERS 17 

HENRY MELTON 23 

DAVID LLOYD 30 

DONOUGH GORHIE 27 

GER: BUTLER 27 

ADDAM NUNNICK 25 

Jo: STANN 27 

EDWARD SPICER 18 

Jo: FEELDING 19 



are to be transported to Virginea 
; HOGG M r - have been examined by 

Jo: MORRIS 26 

RICHARD BROOKES 30 

ROBERT BARRON 18 

JONATHAN BARNES 22 

HENRY KENDALL 17 

THO: POULTER 3 1 

Jo: LAMB 22 

THO: NUNN 22 

Jo: STEEVENS 19 

EDWARD CRABBTREE 20 

W M BARBER 17 

ANN BEEFORD [or BEDFORD] . 25 
MARTHA PORTER 20 

GURTRED LOVETT l8 

JANE JENNING'S 25 

MARGARET BOLD 3 

MARY ROGERS 20 

MARGARET WALKER 20 

FREESE BROOMAN 20 

ELIZ: JONES 20 



* [It will be observed that these totals are not always correct; there are 104 names in this 
: fifth letter is indistinctly written ; it looks like an e, but has a 

17 



dot above it.] 



PASSINGER W CH PASSED FROM 



xj Sept: 1635 

IHEIS vnder-written names are to be transported to New- England 
imbarqued in \.\\e.HopeivcllTtf.o: BABB, m r p Cert from the Minis- 
ters f Justices of their conformitie in Religion to o r Church of England: 
C .y l tne y are no Subsedy Men. they have taken y e oaths of Alleg: 
Suprem. 



yeres 

Husb: WiftM WOOD 27 

ELIZABETH WOOD 24 

Jo: WOOD 26 

ROBERT CHAMBERS 13 

THO: JNSON 25 

MARIE HUBBARD 24 

Jo: KERBIE 12 

Jo: THOMAS 14 

ISACK ROBINSON 15 

ANN WILLIAMSON 18 

Tanner. Jo: WEEKES 26 

MARIE WEEKES 28 

ANNA WEEKES i 

SUZAN WlTHIE 18 

ROBERT BAYLIE 23 

MARIE WITHIE 16 

SAmVEL 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 



ROBERT WITHIE 20 

HENRIE TICKNALL 15 

Harnis maker ISACK HEATH... 50 

ELIZABETH HEATH 40 

ELIZABETH HEATH 5 

MARTHA HEATH 30 

W M LYON 14 

GRACE STOKES 20 

THO: BULL 25 

JOSEPH MILLER 15 

Jo: FRIER 15 

RICHARD HUTLEY 15 

DANIELL FRYER 13 

KATHERIN HULL 23 

MARY CLARK 16 

Jo: MARSHALL 14 

JOAN GRAVE 30 

MARY GRAVE 26 

JOAN CLEVEN 18 

EDMOND CmppFiELD [CHIP- 

PERFIELD] 20 

MARY WITH 62 

ROBERT EDWARD'S 22 

ROBERT EDGE 25 

WALTER LLOYD 27 



PORT OF LONDON. 



ELLIN LEAVES 17 

ALICE ALBON 25 

BARBARY ROFE . . 20 



Jo: FORTEN 14 

GABRIELL RELD 18 

54 



xix Sept: 1635 

jHEIS vnder-written names are to be transported to New-England 
imbarqued in the Truelove Jo; GlBBS M r . the Men have taken 
the oaths of Alleg: Suprem. 



yeres 
Labouring man. THOMAS BUR- 

CHARD 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 

W M BEERESTO 23 

GEO: BEERESTO 21 

Husbandmen EDWARD HOWE. 60 

ELIZABETH HOWE 50 

JEREMIE HOWE 21 

SARA HOWE 12 

EPHRAIM HOWE 9 

ISACK HOWE 7 

W M HOWE 6 

Jo: SEDGWICK 24 

JEREMY BLACKWELL 18 

LESTER GANTER [W-GUNTER], 13 

ZACHARIA WHITMAN 40 

SARA WHITMAN 25 

ZACHA: WHITMAN 2j 



RABECCA FENNER 25 

THO: TIBBALD'S 20 

THOMAS STREME 15 

Jo: STREME 14 

Husb: RALPH TOMKINS 50 

vxor KAT. TOMKINS 58 

ELIZABETH TOMKINS 18 

MARIE TOMKINS 14 

SAMUEL TOMKINS 22 

RICHARD HAWES 29 

ANN HAWES 26 

ANNA HAWES 2\ 

OBEDIAH HAWES 6. mo 

RALPH ELLWOOD 28 

GEO: TAYLER 31 

ELIZABETH JENKINS 27 

W M PRESTON 44 

MARIE PRESTON 34 

ELIZ: PRESTON u 

SARA PRESTON 8 

MARIE PRESTON 6 

Jo: PRESTON 3 

W M JOES* 28 

WILLIAM BENTLEY 47 

ALICE BENTLEY 15 



* [This name may be read as IVES.] 



172 



132 



PASSINGER WCH PASSED FROM 



MARGARET KILLINGHALL 20 

Jo: BENTLEY 17 

THO: STOCKTON 21 

GEO: MORREY 23 

RICHARD SRAYNE 34 

SARAH HAILE 11 

SAMVEL GROVER 16 

ROBERT BROWNE 24 

Tno: BLOV/ER 50 

EDWARD JEOFFERIES 24 



JOHN DONE 16 

ROGER BROOME 17 

DOROTHIE LOWE 13 

Jo: SIMPSON 30 

THO: BRIGHTON 31 

TlIO: RUMBALL 22 

EDWARD PARRIE 24 

JANE WALSTON 19 

*66 



Tricessimo die Septcmbris 1635 
(BOARD the Dors' JOHN FLOWER M r bound for y c Bormodos. 



JOHN REDFORD [or REEFORD] 16 

ROBERT RAMSEY 15 

JOHN WILLIAMS 16 

WittM ELLISTON 13 

LUBAS WRIGHT 16 

HUMFREY HOLT 18 

THO: JOYNER 16 

RIC R : TREGAGELL 18 

Jo:LoE 18 

JOSUA WOODCOCK 11 

ROBERT FISHER 10 

THO: SHARP 17 

Jo: ROWLAND 21 

W K WHEELER 22 

W M PENNINGTON 18 

Jo: MATHEWS 16 

ROBERT VARDELL , 20 



Jo: HETH 21 

NATHANIELL BONNICK 16 

Jo: DENMAN 14 

THO: MORE 18 

W M BRUISTER 17 

GEORGE HUBBARD 16 

EDW: MIDDLETON 15 

FRANCIS RUSSELL 23 

JAMES RISING 18 

GEO:ABSOLON 16 

Jo: MOSDELL 24 

W" STOKER 19 

EDWARD MORRIS 18 

W*THOMAS 17 

Ric": BUNTING 17 

THO: STOKES 30 

W M ROSDEN 16 



[So in the original. But there are 67 names in the list. ] 



PORT OF LONDON. 



133 



NATHANIELL WEST 15 

Jo: DONN 14 

EDWARD EDWYNN 15 

Jo: SELL 15 

THO: IRELAND 10 

EDWARD DAVIES 17 

EDWARD SIMPSON 13 

EDWARD ALDIN* 17 

THO: ATKINS 16 

THO: RILEY 16 

W M BARNES 15 

Jo: DAY 16 

W M BARRITH 16 

Jo: TUSTIN 16 

Jo: NICKLIN 17 

Jo: HARKWOOD 20 

HUMFREY KEMP 16 

DAVID THOMAS 26 

WILLM ALBURIE 15 

ARTHUR THORN E 33 

W M CHEESEMAN 20 

JOHN MITCHELL 20 

JOHN CASSON 18 

ALEXANDER BRABANT 30 

HENRY FULCOCK 15 

Jo: MANSFIELD 19 

WittM EAST 15 

RICHARD HALDIN 14 

GEO: PALMER 27 

W M SIMPSON 17 

EDWARD SIMPSON 13 



EDWARD GRUBTHORN 14 

JONAS GOLDENHAM 16 

JUDITH BAGLEY 58 

JOHN GLASSENDEN 14 

W M HARDING 30 

vxor SARA HARDING 30 

HENRY ROSSE 31 

TYMOTHIE PYNDER 26 

MARGARET PYNDER 41 

JANE DART 17 

Minister GEO: TURK 40 

EZIA VYNCENT 30 

MtwMARTHEW 30 

Minister DANIELL WlTE 30 

SAMPSON LORT 30 

Jo: MILLER 47 

JOHN JOHNSON 23 

RICHARD JENNING'S 35 

vxor SARA JENNING'S 18 

RICHARD PALMER 30 

vxor ELLIS PALMER 21 

THO: GRIFFIN 32 

ANN GRIFFIN 35 

ROBERT RIDLEY 23 

ELIZABETH RIDLEY 30 

EDWARD CHAPLIN 20 

W-CASSE 19 

PETERNELL NOWELL 46 

CHRISTIAN WELLMAN 43 

ELIZ: ALDWORTH 15 

95 



[Originally written ALLIN, afterwards altered to ALDIN.] 



'34 



PASSINGER 



PASSED FROM 



2" die Octobris 1635 

jjBOARD the John of London JAMES WAYMOTH M r bound to 
S' Christophers 



JOHN BATCHELLER 26 

SAiiivEL 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 

Witfoi RICHARDSON 24 

EDWARD MEKINS 18 

Jo: CLYMER 30 

RICHARD EVANS 21 

HENRIE FEELD 25 

HENRIE RADFORD 20 

Jo: HENMAN 19 



THO: WALKER 19 

JO: MULLENEUX 24 

OSWELL METCALF 22 

EDWARD COOKE 22 

Jo: SHERLOCK 20 

THO: 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 octobris 1635 
jlBOARD the Amitic GEORGE DOWNES M v bound to S l Christo- 



ISACK DRAKE ..................... 25 

RICHARD IVESON ............... 24 

ROBERT BARNE .................. 33 

THO: HERNDEN .................. 23 



EDWARD FARR .................. 28 

W M BURROWE ..................... 19 

THO: BREWYNN .................. 24 

MARMADUKE BORNE ............ 21 



PORT OF LONDON. 



135 



Withi CRI?SWELL 22 

HENRIE HODGSKYNNS 19 

ROBERT PAYNE 21 

GEORGE HATRELL 32 

Jo: HIPPSLEY 19 

Wift.M STANLEY 22 

JOHN SNAPE 22 

ISACK BUCK 33 

WALTER ELLITT 20 

AYMIES HALFVARD 19 

OLIVER JOHNES 25 

JOHN SMITH 23 

HAMBLET SANKEY 22 

EDWARD PORTER 21 

THO: GALLEY 20 

THO: PITT'S 24 

Jo: THOMSON 25 

RICHARD WEBSTER 24 

LEWES JONES 20 

JOHN COOMBES 26 

GEORGE Coop [COOPER] 20 

MATIIEW PRESTON 22 

JOHN PYNKSTON 27 

W M GEIES./ IS 

WiftM VBANK 20 

CHARLES PARKER 1 8 

JAMES LEACHMAN -22 

W M CARTWRITE 1 8 

RICHARD WEST-GARRETT . . 20 

W M HARRIS 16 

JER: NICHOLLS 16 

Tno: RODES 20 

Jo: BOUGHEI 21 

EDWARD GRINDALL 21 

Jo: VAUGHAN 23 



Jo: GODDIN 20 

RICHARD LARKYNN 32 

RICHARD BOEMAN 23 

Tno: MOLTON 20 

DAVID OWEN 26 

HENRIE ROWLES 22 

Nic: ALFORD 28 

SAMVELL SAKELL 23 

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 

W M DAUGHTON 20 

Ric": SKVNNER . . 20 

W M EGERTON 20 

JAMES MAKYNN 20 

W 51 HARRIS 20 

BASTIAN PETITE 23 

JOHN WARREN 20 

Ric": PHINNEI 30 

JAMES BRIGG'S 25 

JOHN MUSICK 19 

Jo: GRIDDICK 16 

W" DAVIES 40 

ROB T HEATH 30 

THO: BAGGELAY 24 

WILLIAM YATEMAN 25 

RICHARD GRIND 1 1 

W J1 CALLER 20 

ROBERT DOWNE 35 



136 



PASSINGER WC PASSED FROM 



JOHN HYE 36 

EDWARD WEBB 17 

JAMES JOHNSON 28 

JOHN AVERY 22 

DANIELL CANNELLY 20 

RICE POKE 30 

ROGER JAMES 29 

JAMES CURTIS 18 

CLEMENT HAMES 22 

JOHN FYNN 22 

WiftM GOFF 30 

ANDREW WHITE 11 

JOHN BlLLINGHURST 24 

MORRICE DAVIE 24 

W M RULE.. . 20 



MARY WYND 18 

MARGARET COLES 21 

MARIE MERRITON 21 

KAT:BRE\VETT 16 

ELLIN CHAUNCE [^CIIANNCE] 21 

ANN PALMER 29 

ALICE BARKER 30 

PATIENT WHITE 44 

ISACK e 1 

T ( Iwynns 2 

JACOB... ) 

JUDITH LLOYD 18 

MARIE MAXWELL . .21 



24* Octobris 1635 
[IBOARD the Constance, CLEMENT CAMPION M r bound to Virginia. 



yeres 

JOHN WADE 21 

GARRET NICHOLSON 23 

JOHN BURROWES 18 

W M BETT 21 

THOMAS SIMPSON 24 

THO: PATRICK 22 

JOHN TILL 20 

JOSEPH PRICHARD 17 

W M BENNERMAN 18 

RIC R : TAYLER 18 

JOHN GRIFFIN 26 

SAmvEL JACKSON 21 



yevcs 

GEO: ATKINSON 16 

ROBT SEXSTON 24 

THO: PURSELL 26 

UA'VIE LUPTON 23 

HENRIE MORE 20 

MlCHELL SUCKLIFF l8 

GEORGE ATTERBORN 20 

RIC R : STEERE 24 

THO: LEER 18 

W M PRICHARD 34 

JAMES COTES 22 

JAMES REVELL 20 



PORT OF LONDON. 



137 



yeres 

W M ANDROWES 2O 

SYMON GARR 14 

W HUNT 21 

THO: JACKSON 23 

MILES COKE 23 

CHRI: CHAMBERS 24 

DAVIE WILLIAMS 24 

Nic: HUGGINS 24 

Jo: DAVIES 20 

WiftM JONES 25 

HENRIE RICHARDSON 21 

ROGER WILLIAMS 19 

JO:WYTHINS 24 

THO: JAY 25 

ELIZABETH BREWER 17 

ISACK BEVER 24 

ALICE BRASS 15 

THO: MORE 26 

W M KlNG 21 

Jo: MITCHELL 22 

THO: HALL 21 

ROBERT ELLIS 22 

JAMES HAIES 28 

JOHN HANCOCK 17 

Ric": GRAY 21 

W M TYSE 20 

THO: WATHIN 35 

CHARLES HUGHES 50 

JAMES SYMONDS 20 

JO>CLARK 38 

GEO: DYOS 38 



Jo: PALMER 12 

GRIFFIN MAYMOR 21 

FRANCIS MARSDEN 19 

STEEPHEN PACK 22 

GEO: DAVIE 22 

HENRIE JOHNSON 27 

JO:ASHCROFTE 33 

MATHEW GOWGH* 28 

THO: DIGGLIN 22 

ROBERT BASKERVILE 22 

NATHANIELL YOUNG 20 

THO: HODSON 20 

SAMPSON ALKYNN 24 

Jo: COKE 24 

JOHN DE CANE 20 

Jo: ELLIOTT 36 

W" GILLAM 27 

THO: SMITH 24 

ANT MILES n 

CHRI: BOYCE 38 

THO: SADDOCK 17 

MARY PARKER 15 

W M HULETT 19 

WALTER JENKYNS 3 

EDMOND PORTER 35 

EDWARD HERROTT 35 

HUGH DOUGLAS 22 

WALTER COLLY 19 

JOAN CARRAWAY 22 

THO: HART 18 

85 



* [There is a flourish at the end of this name in the original ; I do not think it is intended for 
a final i.] 

18 



138 



PASS7NGER ]Y C " PASSED FROM 



[1635 



|BOARD the Abraham of London JOHN BARKER M r bound to 
Vinrinca. 



TOBIE SYLBIE 20 

ROBERT HARRISON 3 2 

WiliM LAWRENCE 22 

JOHN JOHNSON 35 

W M FISHER 25 

STEEVEN TAYLER 17 

THO: PENFORD 3 

W" SMITH 25 

THO: ARCHDIN 18 

RiC": MORRICE 17 

WALTER PIGGOTT 19 

RICHARD WATKYNS 20 

JO:BRAUNCII 13 

Jo: CLARK 20 

GABRIELL THOMAS 3 

DAVIE JONES 21 

ALEXANDER MADDOX 22 

FRANCIS TIPPSLEY 17 

EMANUELL DAVIES 19 

W M WILLIAMS 25 

ROGER MATHEWS . . 28 

Jo: MASTERS 23 

WILLM MATHEWS 18 

Jo: BRITTEN 18 

GEORGE PRESTON 20 

ROBERT TOULBAN 23 



HENRY DOBELL 20 

GEORGE BREWETT 1 8 

FRANCIS STANLEY 23 

WiHM FREEMAN 46 

EDWARD GRIFFITH 33 

WiftM MANTON 30 

OWEN WILLIAMS 40 

THO: FLOWER 32 

Jo: BULLAR 32 

Jo: CLANTON 26 

ALEXANDER SYMES 19 

ANT- PARKHURST 42 

Jo: HILL 36 

ALEXANDER GREGORIE 24 

MARTIN WESTERLINK 20 

PATRICK WOOD -24 

THO: KEDBY 25 

ROGER GREENE 24 

WiftM DOWNES -4 

Jo: BURNETT 24 

THO: ALLIN 3 1 

SIMON FARRELL 19 

Tno: CLEMENT'S 30 

WHUNT 20 

KATHERIN ALDWELL 33 

Si 



1635] 



PORT OF LONDON. 



'39 



20 Novembris 1635 

JHEIS vnder-written names are to be transported to the Barbadoes 
imbarqued in the Expedition PETER BLACKLER M r - The Men 
have taken the oaths of Allegeance C Supremacie : And have been 
examined by the Minister of the Tovvne of Gravesend touching their 
Conformitie to the ord r s C discipline of the Church of England die et 
Aprd 



yeres 
Minister NICHOLAS BLOXA 

[BLOXAM] ats INGLES 31 

ABRAM HOLLAND 19 

THOMAS HUDSON 16 

BLACK WELL LAWRENCE 16 

LEONARD BRIGGINS 17 

THOMAS CLARK 27 

MORGAN JENKINS 32 

Ric": PRATT 18 

THO: FREEMAN 19 

WiftM 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 

WiftM GIBSON 19 

Jo: WILLIAMS 17 

WILLIAM STEWARD 21 

JOHN PIERCE 18 

HUGH EVANS 18 



yeres 

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 

W* WATTS 28 

JOHN BONNER 18 

WlttM SlNGNELL 18 

THO: HOBIN 20 

FRANCIS BARNIT 23 

WiftM BUCKLEY . , . ... 26 

JOHN CLARK 16 

PlIILLIPP MORLIN 21 

HENRY RAWLINS 25 

18 2 



140 



PASSIMGER WCH PASSED FROM 



[1635 



JO: RUDGE 42 

EDWARD EVANS 22 

JOHN HOWNSEFIELD 20 

THO: DAVIE 20 

HENRY GOWDE 19 

W M MELLISON 25 

JOHN YORK 26 

W M CARPENTER 19 

JOHN WYNTER 23 

Jo: WALLER 17 

JOHN SufnES 20 

JOHN HERON 20 

WiliM TAYLER 26 

JOHN PARLIN 21 

W M JACKSON 33 

JOHN MEDGLEY 21 

W M 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 2O 

JOHN SMITH 22 

AMBROSE GREENE 23 

Jo: HILLIARD 18 

Jo: BROWNE 26 



WitiM WARR 19 

MATHEW WILKINSON 18 

MATHEW GIBBONS 20 

W M AWDLEY 19 

JAMES KINGSTON 22 

RIC R : SMART 20 

W M WALTERS 26 

THO: DAVIES 23 

NATHANIELL NORDIN 46 

W* PITT 25 

JO: ClIATER 17 

Jo: CHAPMAN 24 

GEO: STERRY 24 

ABRAM CHEYNEI 22 

Jo: STURTON 18 

Jo: EDENS 19 

LAWRENCE BROCK 1 8 

Ric":BEST 18 

ROBERT HOBBS 26 

PETER JONES 30 

W M TOPLEIFE 18 

Jo: ROBINSON 19 

MORRICE JONES 21 

HENRY STINT 18 

JOSIAS WESTON 25 

FRANCIS BIRKENHEDD 24 

EDWARD JONES 29 

ELLIS WILLIAMS 1 8 

W H TAYLER 40 

THO: BURNHAM 1 8 

JOSEPH BOYCE 24 

Jo: RAINSECROFTE 23 

HENRIE BOSTOCK 19 

JEFFERIE SHIP 24 

W" BROOKE 26 



1*35] 



Y B PORT OF LONDON. 



141 



LAUNCELOTT LACON 32 

W M PLOMER 23 

W M SHEICROFTE* 17 

W M COKE 18 

Jo: JENNING'S 18 

THO: OSSEBROOKE 2J 

Jo: DAVENPORT 30 

GEO: BURTON 23 

W M MORGAN 20 

DA VIE THOMAS 20 

RIC R : HANNIS 21 

PETER CRONINGBURK 20 

Jo: HALL 29 

JO: COMPTON 26 

CLEMENT BACKFORD 30 

ROBERT BROWNE 18 

JOHN KEY 32 

HOWELL PRYCE ." 25 

EDWARD ASTON 32 

ROB T 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 SPARLiNf 19 

DOROTHY SYMONDS 40 



MARY LUPTON 

RiC": HORNE 

JOHN NEWTON 

THOMAS COWDELL 

RICHARD GIBSON 

NICHOLAS NEVELL 

GEORGE TAYLER 

W GOAD 

W M MARRITT 

ROGER ERITAGE 

DAVIE DODDERIDGE . . . 
GEORGE FULLWOOD . . . 

RIC R : HAMIS 

RALPH WEBSTER 

THO: ROBINSON 

JOSEPH THOMLINSON . 
BALTAZAR DEDERIX . . . 

JAMES SMITH 

Nic: FLATTER 

Nic: WHITHEDD 

WHlNKYNN 

THOMAS GILBERT 

RICHARD SEABRIGHT. . . 
ROBERT GREENEWOOD . 
ANTHONY ASHMORE . . . 
LAUNCELOTT BROMLEY. 

PETER SPENCER 

THOMAS PHIPPS 

DAVIE THOMAS 

WittM GREENE 

Jo: WATTS 

W M LOCK 

GEORGE LEAS . . 



30 

22 

29 
17 
25 
19 
2O 
21 
26 
22 
2O 

19 
21 

20 

15 
26 
26 
24 
27 
2 4 
26 
26 
21 

18 
33 
44 
IS 
IS 
20 

23 
20 

21 
20 



* [Or SHERCROFTE. The fourth letter is not clear.] 

t [The first two letter? are capitals in the original ; possibly the name is intended for 
S[r] PARLIN.] 



142 



PASSINGER WCH PASSED FROM 



[1635 



JOHN SPENCER 19 

HENRY ANTONY 19 

JAMES FASSITT 34 

HENRY ELLOTTS 23 

HENRIE COKE 28 

RICHARD BENES 25 

W" COSSON 20 

\V M THOMSON 20 

THOMAS VSHERWOOD 28 

W M HANING 30 

JOHN GOAD 22 

RICHARD MONCASTER 32 



Jonx CHESTING 21 

ROGER SANFORD 35 

WlltM CORNWELL 2O 

W M GOSSELIN 21 

Jo: Coop [COOPER] 21 

W M PRICE 22 

SAM: SKYNNER 22 

ROB T DU NSTARR 34 

RICHARD BUCK 24 

Nic: LYNTON 22 

205 



19 Dec: 1635 

fHEIS vnder-writtcn names are to be transported to the Barbadoes 
imbarqued in the Falcon THO: IRISH M r the Men have been 
examined by the Minister of the Towne of Gravescnd touching their 
conformitie to the Church Discipline of England : And also have taken 
the oaths of Alleg: Suprciu. Die et A pnt 



yeres 

ARNOLD OWNSTEDD 30 

THO: SKYDDELL 28 

ANT CADWOLD 23 

PIIILLIPP MILLER 21 

MAXIMILLIAN PRICHARD 20 

THO: TIFFIN 28 

Jo: BUTLER 21 

PHINES TRUSEDELL 18 

BRYAN COWLY 30 

Jo: MASON 19 

ROBERT HARRIS 42 

ABRAM SHAWE 20 

GEO: SABYN 21 

\V M CARTWRITE 23 

NATHAN: MURFITT 23 



yeres 

Jo: BARNET 20 

JAMES SPENCER 25 

Jo CHUBNELL 21 

W" GUNTER 22 

JO: TlIURROGOOD 2O 

THO: GREENE 16 

RICHARD RICHARDSON 36 

RABECCA BURGIS 17 

RICHARD PANKE 19 

LEONARD ROBINSON 20 

FRANCIS BUCK 20 

JOHN HOGG 21 

ROBERT SYMPER 20 

THO: PAGE 20 

DENNIS BRITTIN [or BRITTON] 20 



'635] 



Y E PORT OF LONDON. 



'43 



Jo: ROGERS^ 18 

JAMES WOLTON 22 

JO: BURKITT 21 

TIIO: HARRWELL 29 

GREGORIE BOOTH 18 

EDWARD HOWE 19 

ROB T CLARK 18 

FRANCIS MARTIN 18 

THO: WEBB .. , 22 



Jo: SCOTT 42 

TIIO: EVANS 23 

W" PHILLIPS 28 

JAMES COTESWORTH 21 

ELLINN ROBB 27 

filia ELIZABETH ROBB 7 

TIIO: CLARK 27 

46 



25 Decembris 1635 

JHEIS vnder-written names passed in a Catch to the Downcs : and 
were put aboard the aforesaid Shipp. 



W M ROFE 20 

Jo: LAWNDER 16 

W" ATWELL 21 

HUGH PERRY 27 

Jo: STOTTER 26 

RIC R : HUGHES 28 

TIIO: DAVIES / 17 

HENRY BENSON 19 

Jo: WELSH 35 

HENRY SOUTHWARD 20 

RIC R : NEWBOLT 28 

LAWRENCE KEYSIE 28 

JAMES ROBINSON 15 

ANT POPE 28 

Jo: LEE 30 

GRIFFINN EVANS 40 

JAMES TERRILL 20 

ELIZABETH COSSEN 25 



JANE HICKLES 25 

HENRY VAN LUCCOM 24 

Jo: KING 30 

W" FLATTER 18 

Jo: WESTON 27 

THO: CLARK -, . . 28 

W- M CONISBY 31 

ROBERT TISSALL 30 

THO: VNYON [i.e. UXVON] 19 

TRISTRAM FORD 21 

ELIAS CARPENTER 20 

RICHARD HAMES 18 

THOMAS STRETER 21 

JAMES LEE 28 

32 

In all . . 78 



i 4 4 PASSINGER WC" PASSED FROM [1635 



2\July 

|ANE GIBBS of age. 25 yeeres resident in Virginea to passe to 
Flushing about certen her affares. 



29 Augusti 1635 

JILLIAM NORTON xxv yeres old is to transport himself to 
New-England 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 Suprem. die et A prd 



iiij* Sep tr 1635 

[OBERT EDWARD'S. 27 yers who is to passe to Virginia hath 

taken the oathe of Allegance 

ROBERT EDWARDS: 



v' die Septembris 

fHOMAS TURNER of age xlij yeres to passe to New England 
imbarqued in the Hopewell hath brought Certificate of his Con- 
formitie, tooke the oaths of Allegeance Supremacie. 

THOMAS TURNER 



viij" die Sept. 

Turner ROBERT PENNAIRD of age 21 yeres THO: PEN- 
NAIRD x yeres old are to [be] imbarqued in* M r BABB bound to 
New-England have brought Certificate from Doctor DENISON of his 
conformitie. he hath taken the oaths of Alleg Suprem 

* [So in the original ; name of ship omitted.] 



1636! YE PORT OF LONDON. 145 



|HESE men Whose names are heere vnder written belonginge vnto 
the Friendshipe of London, nowe ridinge att An Ankere in the 
reuer of Themes bound for Vergenia: March 1636 

LEONARD BETTS Master 
JOHN GOODWENE Masters Mat 
JOHN CHAMBERS y e other Mate 
SAMVELL LAWSONE gunner 
DAUEY SLAWCOME Carpenter 
JOHN YONGES botsman 
RICHARD DAUES Cooper 
LARENCE WILLKISSON q': Master 
JOHN HUCHENS Carpenters Mate 
JOHN LEE 
WILLIAM BLORKE 
JOHN POLLEN 
RICHARD BONNER 
THOMAS REEUES 
NICHOLAS PORTE 
RICHARD FRYE 
BENIAMONE WILLKISSON 
JOHN BLAKE 
THOMAS GRIBELL Cooke 
HENERY JOYCE 
and A boye 



'9 



A Booke of Entrie for 
Passengers by y e Comis- 
sion, e Souldiers accor- 
ding to the Statute 
passing beyond the seas 
begun at Christ- 
mas 1631. and 
ending at 
Christmas 
1632* 



* [This is the title on the cover of the original. It really refers only to the book from which 
the matter in the next two pages has been extracted ; but for convenience the lists, pp. 151154, 
have been arranged under it. The " souldiers " were not for America, and their names are there- 
fore not reprinted.] 



A Booke of Entrie for Passengers, 

&c. 



vij Marrij 1631 

j HE names of such Men as are to be tr be [sic] transported 
New-England to be resident there vppon a plantacon ha 
tendred f taken the oath of allegeance according to the Statute 

viz': 



THOMAS THOMAS 
THOMAS WOODFORD. 
JOHN SMALLIE. 
JOHN WHETSTON. 
W HILL. 
WiltM PERKINS 
WALTER HARRIS 
JOSEPH MANNERING 



JOHN LEVINS 
THOMAS OLLIVER. 
JOHN OLLIVER. 
THOMAS HAEWARD 
EDMOND WYNSLOE 
JOHN HART 
WI&M NORTON. 
ROBERT GAMLIN 



i 5 o A BOOKE OF ENTRIE 1632 

xij" Aprilis 1632 

IgTSlHE names of such Men women and children w* are to passe to 
HaJffll New-England to be resident there vppon a Plantacon" have 
tendred taken the oath of allegeance according to y e Statute. 

JOHN BARCROFTE. JOHN GREENE. 

JANE BARCROFTE. JACOB GREENE. 

HUGH MOIER. ABIGALL GREENE. 

HENRIE SHERBORN SARA. JOIINES madserv 1 . 

JOHN GREENE JOSEPH GREF.NK. 
PERSEVERANCE GREENE. 



xxij Junij 1632 

|HE names of such Men transported to New-England to the Plan- 
tacon there p Cert: from Capten MASON have tendred and taken 
the oath of allegeance according to the Statute 

WILLIAM WADSWORTH Nic: CLARK. 

JOHN TALLCOTT DANIELL BREWER 

JOSEPH ROBERT'S. Jo: BENIAMIN. 

JOHN COXSALL RICHARD BENIAMIN. 

JOHN WATSON. WILLIAM JAMES. 

ROBERT SHELLEY. THOMAS CARRINGTON. 

WittM HEATH. WILLIAM GOODWYNN. 

RICHARD ALLIS JOHN WHITE. 

THOMAS VSFITT JAMES OLMSTEDD. 

ISACK MURRILL. WILLIAM LEWES 

JOHN WITCHFIELD ZETH GRAUNT 

JONATHAN WADE NATHANIELL RICHARD'S. 

ROBERT BARTLETT EDWARD ELLMER. 

Jo: BROWNE. EDWARD HOLMAR. 

JOHN CHURCHMAN. Jo: TOTMAN. 

TOBIE WILLET CHARLES GLOWER. 
WILLIAM CURTIS 



1634] FOR PASSENGERS. 151 



Names of those psons that went from Dartmouth to the Bar- 
badoes beinge sworne before me ALLEXANDER STAPLEHILL 
Maio r of Dartmouth the 15 th day of Aprill Ano Dni 1634 

Impris DANIELL POWELL of Curmer. 



LIST of the names and surnames of those psons w ctl are bound for 
S l Christoph rs haue taken the oath of Allegeance before M r 
WILLIAM GOURNEY Maio r : of Dartmouth they beinge brought befor me 
the Twentyeth day of February in y e Yeare of o r lord god 1634 

Inprimis WILLIAM HAUKINS of Exon A Glover Aged 25 years or there 

abouts 

JAMES COURTNEY of Exon A Blacksmith Aged 23 Years or there- 
abouts 
RICHARD SKOSE of Newton Abbot A Seafaringe man 37 Years or 

thereabouts 
FRANCIS BOYCE of London a Button hole maker aged 25 Yeares or 

thereabouts 
WILLIAM CARKILLE of Plimouth A Saylemaker aged 21 Years or 

thereabouts 

WILLIAM GURGE of Exon a Shoemaker aged 20 Yeares or thereabouts 
ALCE WHITMORE of Huniton in Devon Spinster Aged 25 Years or 

thereabouts 
PHILIPP* STEPHENS of Ashberton in Devon Spinster Aged 28 Yeares or 

therabouts 

SARA COOSE of Exon Spinster aged 18 Years or therabouts 
JUDETH STEVENS of Exon Spinter [Spinster] aged 19 Years or therabouts 
MARGARETT HARWOOD of Stoke-gabriell in Devon spinster Aged 22 

Years or therabouts 

EDWARD MORRIS of Exon a Locker aged 21 years or therabouts 
THOMAS BRYANT of Bampton in Devonshire a husbandman aged 23 

Years or therabouts 

* [Probably intended for PHILIPPA.] 



i S2 A BOOKE OF ENTRIE [1634 

WILLYAM MAY of Myniard in Somersett a sea man aged 32 Yeares or 

therabouts 

HUTINNE OWETH of S l Steevens in Cornwall a husbandman Aged 24 
JOHN WILLS in Barnstable in Devon a Feltmaker Aged 35 Years or 

thereabouts 

SYMON WEEKS of ExoTT a Worsted weaver aged 16 years or thereabouts 
THOMAS JERMAYNE of Exo~n an Ostler aged 30 Years 
JOHN FRENCH of Washford in Ireland a seaman 26 years 
WILL"' HILL of great Torington 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 Years or thereabouts 
MARY HARTE of Lyme a Spinster aged 18 Years or there abouts 
MARY HOPPINE of Exmister a spinster aged 20 Yeares 
MARYES HARRIES of Stoke Pommeroy in Devon aged 23 Years or 

therabouts 

ELIZABETH QUICKE of Barnstable in Devon aged 18 Years 
ELIZABETH HILL of Brixam in Devon aged 24 Years 
JOANE SHORTE of Exon Aged 20 Yeares 

JOANE LANERS [or LAUERS] of Modbury in Devon aged 19 Years 
JANE GOULDINGE of S l Thorn, the Apostle in Devon aged 16 years or 

therabouts 

JAMES WORTHY 
Deputy. 

for M r - THOROUGIIGOOD 



The Name of such as passed out of the Poart of Plimworth 

A no Dnie 1634 
PASSENGERS. 



IN the Robert Bonaventure for S l Christophers. 



GEORGE FORD of Exon aged 30 yeares. 
STEPHEN WHITTINGTON of Lincolne 20 yeares. 
JOHN THOMAS of S l Tissey 26 yeares. 



1634] FOR PASSINGERS. 153 

JOHN LIDDICOTT of S f Cullum 22 yeares. 

W M CLARKE of Truro 20 yeares. 

THO: FRETHY of Perintho 24 yeares. 

MICHAELL BOWDEN of Helston 27 yeares. 

JOHN BADLAND of Northill 22 yeares. 

RICHARD SLAVELIE of Stonehowse 40 yeares. 

RICHARD COCKE of Wincklye 33 yeares. 

HENRY RENSBY [or REUSBY] of S l Stephens 28 yeares. 

ANTHONY WEBB of Lanceston 20 yeares. 

GREGORY SAM of Chidleigh 1 5 yeares. 

CHRISTOPHER CARTER of S l Gilt 45 yeares. 

MARTIN ROOBY of Guindiron 23 yeares. 

W,, CURKE of Monteratt 24 yeares. 

HENRY THOMAS of Luxulian 15 yeares. 

STEPHEN SYMON of Plimpton 18. yeares. 

MATHEW ARTHUR of Plimpton 18. yeares. 

JANE TREWIN of Plimpton 26 yeares. 

W" JOHNSON of London 32 yeares. 

REIGNOLD FROST of Tottnes 15 yeares. 

JOHN FARREN of Peter Tany 2 yeares. 

W M WADE of Bodmin 33 yeares. 

NICHAS DABBIN of S l Stephens 40 yeares. 

ANDREW PICKE of Great Dalby 34 yeares. 

JOHN PENINGTON of Symon Ward 40 yeares. 

THO: POLLARD of Paraneuth 23 yeares. 

ELLIN NANCARRO of Penryn 20 yeares. 

RAWLEIGH EDYE of Bodmyn 1 5 yeares. 

W" DUN of Truro. 16 yeares. 

ANTH: PEARSE of S Breage 16 yeares. 

EDWARD TREMINEERE of Helston 18. yeares. 

ROB T TRENEIGHAN of Helston 34 yeares. 

TEGO LEANE [or LEAUE] of Corke in Ireland 30 y* 

Rec. for these 

All husbandmen bound to serve there some 3 and some 4 yeares. 

3O 



154 A BOOKE OF ENTRIE FOR PASSINGERS. [1633 

1633. \" ni cij {MarcJi\. 
IN the Margarett for S l Christophers. 



THOMAS ROSETER of Washford 20 yeares. 
THO: MARTIN of Cardinham 24 yeares. 
JOHN DUSTON of S l Cullom 26 yeares. 
RICHARD WILLIAMS of S' Cullom 30 yeares. 
JOHN NEWDON of S' Tue 28. yeares. 
JOHN HEWBRAYNE of Josias Newton 20 y re 
ANTH: BURROWES of Jacobstow 20 yeares. 
ROBERT OLIVER of Crediton 20 yeares. 
EARTH: CORNEW, of Crediton 18. yeares. 
CLEMENT BARRY of Exon 22 yeares. 
FRANCIS PEDLER of S l Breage 28 yeares. 
ROB T PEDLER of S l Breage 22 yeares. 
JOHN MERRY of Withiell 28. yeares. 
WALTER BURLACY of Luggan 22 yeares. 
SAMUELL FORGIUE of Wallen Lizard 26: y rs 
RICHARD EDWARD of S l Vivian 28. yeares. 
RICHARD SYMOND'S of Wantage 28 yeares. 
ROB T PAINE of Marrozion. 29 yeares. 
W M BADCOCKE of S l Hillary. 20 yeares. 
SIMON MARTIN of St Ives. 18 yeares. 
JOHN MARTIN of S l Ives. 18. yeares. 
GEORGE GRIFFIN of Marozion 18 yeares. 
THO: SLEMAN of St Hillary 18 yeares. 
JOHN SANDERS of Marozion 18. yeares. 
THOMAS BORINTHON of Helston 22 yeares. 
W M WlETT of Marozion. 17 yeares. 
NICHAS. WATERMAN or [of] Marozion 15 y rs ' 
SAMUELL PUREFOY of S l Ives 13 yeares. 
GEORGE MATHEW. of Ludswan 23 y s 
TEAGE WILLIAMS Irishman 18. yeares 

li s d 

reed, for them o. 15 o 

All husbandmen for the most pt as the former. 

JOSEPH BOOLE 
is Debutie ther 






[ENTRIES RELATING TO AMERICA, &c., 

TAKEN FROM THE 

INDEXES TO THE PATENT ROLLS, 

COMMENCING 4 JAMES I. (1606), 
AND ENDING 14 WILLIAM III. (1702).] 



2O 2 



[The following entries, (pp. 155 168*), relating to Proclamations, Commissions, and Grants 
of Offices, Land, &c., in different parts of America and elsewhere, are taken from the Indexes 
to the Patent Rolls in the Public Record Office, commencing in 1606 (4 James I.), and ending hi 
1702 (14 William III.). There are several entries of the appointment of Commissioners to ad- 
minister oaths to persons desirous of passing beyond the seas, (officers being stationed for this 
purpose at the ports of London, Harwich, Weymouth, Kingston-upon-Hull, the Cinque Ports, 
&c.) ; and the student will find among them valuable hints upon which to base more detailed 
researches. These entries must embody very many memoranda throwing light upon questions of 
settlement in America. We may add, that licenses were necessary, on leaving England, not only 
for civilians, but also for soldiers, whether under command, or going singly to join their regi- 
ments. Reference to Roll and Part is given at the end of each paragraph.] 






[ENTRIES RELATING TO AMERICA, &c.] 



JOMMISSION granted to Sir HENRY BILLINGSLEY and Sir WIL- 
LIAM ROMNEY, Knights, and others, to minister an oath to all 
women and persons under the age of One-and-twenty years, 
that shall desire to go over the seas, at our port of London, &c. 
(Pat. 4 Jac. I. part 12.) 

Commissions granted to the Mayor of Kingston-upon-Hull ; the Cus- 
tomer and Comptroller of the Haven of Harwich ; the port 
or haven of Weymouth ; to administer an oath to aH persons 
under the age of One-and-twenty who are desirous to pass the 
Seas from the said ports ; also to HENRY, EARL OF NORTH- 
AMPTON, to appoint Deputies to administer an oath to all per- 
sons of convenient age who pass the seas at the Cinque Ports. 
(4 Jac. I. p. 12.) 

Proclamation licensing all manner of persons under the age of One-and- 
twenty years upon due examination of them to pass beyond the 
Seas. (Pat. 4 Jac. I. p. 12.) 

10 April. Grant to Sir THOMAS GATES, Sir GEORGE SOMERS, Knts. 
and others, special license to make habitation and plantation, 
and to deduce a Colony of people into that part of America 
called Virginia. (Pat. 4 Jac. I. p. 19. ) 

Commission granted to THOMAS, LORD ELLESMERE, Lord Chancellor 
of England, to award Commissions to divers men for exami- 
nation of all such persons as go out of the kingdom at any of 
the Ports of London, Harwich, Weymouth, and Kingston-upon- 
Hull. (Pat. 4 Jac. I. p. 24.) 

20 July. Grant to THOMAS, LORD ELLESMERE, Lord Chancellor of 
England, of a special Warrant for licensing such as go beyond 
the Seas. (5 Jac. I. p. 22.) 

29 July. Grant to HENRY, EARL OF NORTHAMPTON, of a special license 
to appoint deputies for ministering the oath of Allegiance to 
such as pass beyond the Seas. (5 Jac. I. p. 22.) 



i S 6 ENTRIES RELATING TO AMERICA, &e. 

21 May. Grant to HENRY,EARLOFNoRTHAMPTON,Commission special, 
by his Deputies, to examine all such as shall pass from the 
Cinque Ports beyond the Seas, &c. (6 Jac. I. p. 20.) Another 
of the loth Oct. (same year), p. 30. 

7 October. Grant to THOMAS, LORD ELLESMERE, Commission special, 
to seal several Commissions directed to several persons for the 
Port of London, licensing persons going beyond the Seas. (6 
Jac. I. p. 30.) 

1 May. Grant to Sir THOMAS CROMPTON, Sir THOMAS SMYTH, Knts., 

and others, Commission special, to minister an oath to all 
passengers that desire to pass over the Seas at the Port of 
London, and to examine them. (6 Jac. I. p. 37.) 
23 May. Grant to ROBERT, EARL OF SALISBURY, THOMAS, EARL OF 
SUFFOLK, HE.XRY, EARL OF SOUTHAMPTON, WILLIAM, EARL 
OF PEMBROKE, and divers others, to plant and inhabit in Vir- 
ginia, and to incorporate by the name of Treasurer and Com- 
pany of Adventurers and Planters of the City of London, for 
the first Colony in Virginia. (7 Jac. I. p. 8.) 

2 May. Grant of Incorporation, by the name of the Treasurer and Com- 

pany of Adventurers and Planters of the City of London and 
Bristol, for the Colony and Plantation in Newfoundland. (8 Jac. 
I. p. 8.) 

12 March. Grant to the Treasurer and Company of Adventurers and 
Planters of the City of London, for the first Colony in Virginia, 
all the Islands in any part of the Ocean, bordering upon the 
Coast of the Colony in Virginia, &c., to their heirs and succes- 
sors ; with full power for keeping a Lottery. (9 Jac. I. p. 14.) 

28 August. Grant to ROBERT HARECOURT, Esq., Sir THOMAS CHAL- 

LONER, Knt., and JOHN RoVENSON, Esq., and to the heirs of 
the said ROBERT, all that part of Guiana or continent of 
America lying between the River of Amazons and the River 
of Desscquebe, et alia, (u Jac. I. p. 9.) 

9 Aug. Commission to EDWARD LORD Zoucn, Lord Warden of 
the Cinque Ports, concerning the examining and licensing of 
passengers, with Instructions touching the same. (13 Jac. I. 
P- 16.) 

29 J une. Incorporation of the Governor and Society of the City of London, 

for planting of the Summer Islands, &c. (13 Jac. I. p. 19.) 

3 November. The King grants, ordains, establishes and confirms that 

LODOWICK,DUKE OF LENOX, GECRGE.MARQUIS OF BUCKING- 
HAM, and divers others, be the first modern and present Coun- 
cil established at Plymouth in the county of Devon, for the plant- 



ENTRIES RELATING TO AMERICA, &c. 157 



ing, ruling and governing of New England in America, and that 
they shall elect and choose others to the number of forty persons, 
and no more, to be of that Council, and that they shall be incor- 
porated by the name of the Council established at Plymouth 
for the governing of New England in America. (18 Jac. I. p. 16.) 

24 January. Grant to FRANCIS, LORD VERULAM, Warrant special, to 
make out divers Commissions to such Justices, Officers and 
Ministers, and to such ports of this Realm as he shall think 
convenient, for the taking of an oath of all such as shall pass 
beyond the Seas. (The form of oath is iccited in this patent.) 
(18 Jac. I. p. 1 6.) 

31 Dec. Grant to Sir GEORGE CALVERT, Knt, of Newfoundland. (20 
Jac. I. p. 14.) Similar grant made to the said Sir GEORGE CAL- 
VERT, on the 7th April. (21 Jac. I. p. 19). 

Proclamation against irregular and disobedient persons and disorderly 
trading into New England, in America. (20 Jac. I. p. 16.) 

Commission directed to the Supervisor General of the Customs in the 
port of London, to examine such persons as pass beyond the 
Seas, and to minister unto them an Oath. A similar Warrant 
granted to JOHN, Bishop of Lincoln. (21 Jac. I. p. 19, in dorso.) 

Commission directed to Sir WILLIAM JONES, Sir NICHOLAS FORTES- 
CUE, Knts., and others, to view, peruse and consider all Char- 
ters, Letters Patent, Proclamations and Commissions concern- 
ing the Colonies or Plantations in Virginia. (21 Jac. I. p. 19.) 

Commission directed to HENRY, VISCOUNT MANDEVILLE, WILLIAM,' 
LORD PAGET, and divers others, giving them power and autho- 
rity to take into their considerations the state of the Colony 
and Plantation in Virginia, and to consider of all matters con- 
cerning the people's safety, their strength and government. (22 
Jac. I. p. I.) 

20 December. Grant to GEORGE, DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM, Lord Warden 
of the Cinque Ports, Commission special, for him, or his deputies, 
to examine upon oath all passengers going beyond the Seas 
from those Ports, and to grant them licences ; with instructions. 
(22 Jac. I. p. 14.) 

26 August. Grant to Sir FRANCIS WYATT, Knt., FRANCIS WEST, Sir 
GEORGE YARDLEV, Knt., and others, Commission special, for 
the better government of the people in Virginia. (22 Jac. I. p. 17.) 

1 8 September. Commission, appointing Sir GEORGE YARDLEY, Knt., 
Governor in Virginia. (22 Jac. I. p. 17.) 

9 November. The King constitutes EDWARD DiCHFElLD and others to 
be his officers to search and sec that no Tobacco be brought 



iS8 ENTRIES RELATING TO AMERICA, &>c. 

into this Kingdom from foreign parts, except from Virginia and 
the Summer Islands. (22 Jac. I. p. 4.) 

Proclamation for the settling the Plantation of Virginia, (i Chas. I. p. 4.) 

13 September. Grant to THOMAS WARNKR, and others, the Custody of 
the Islands of St. Christophers, the Barbadoes and " Moncerat " 
[Mountserrat] in the Continent of America, (i Chas. I. p. 6.) 

19 May. Grant to GEORGE, DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM, WILLIAM, EARL OF 

PEMBROKE, PHILLIP, EARL OF MONTGOMERY, JAMES, EARL OF 
CARLISLE, and divers others, that they shall be one body politic 
and corporate of themselves, by the name of Governor and 
Company of Noblemen and Gentlemen of England, for the 
Plantation of Guiana ; and that they shall have perpetual 
succession. (3 Chas. I. p. 5.) 

26 March. Grant to JOHN HARVEY, FRANCIS WEST, and divers others, 
Commission special, to be the present Governor and Council for 
the Colony and Plantation in Virginia. (3 Chas. I. p. 3.) 

4 March. Grant to SAMUEL ALDERSEY, THOMAS ADAMS, and others, all 
that part of New England, in America, lying and extending 
between the bounds and limits in an Indenture expressed, with 
divers liberties, jurisdictions and royalties, to them and their 
heirs for ever. (4 Chas. I. p. 1 1.) 

20 September. Grant to GEORGE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY, and 

others, Commission special, to reprieve and stay from execution 
such persons as stand convicted,, or hereafter shall be convicted, 
for small offences, who for strength of body or other ability shall 
be thought fit to be employed in foreign discoveries, or other 
services beyond the Seas. (4 Chas. I. p. 23.) 

4 Feb. Grant to Sir WILLIAM ALEXANDER, Knt, and others of a 
Commission special, to make a voyage into the Gulf and River 
of Canada and the parts adjacent for the sole trade of Beaver 
Wools, Beaver Skins, Furs, Hides and Skins of Wild Beasts. 
(4 Chas. I. p. 34.) 

25 May. Grant to PATRICK CRAFORD and MATHEW BYRKENHEAD,the 
office of clerks for the writing and entering of licences and 
passes granted by any Commissioners to persons going be- 
yond the seas from the ports of Bristol, Beaumaris, Chester 
and Liverpool. (6 Chas. I. p. 5.) 

19 Nov. Commission special directed to all Mayors, Recorders, Cus- 
tomers and other Officers within all port towns, ports and 
havens to examine and minister an oath to all passengers be- 
yond the seas, except merchants and their factors. (6 Chas. I. 
p. 6, in dorse.) 



ENTRIES RELATING TO AMERICA, &c. 159 



4 December. Grant to ROBERT, LORD BROOKE, and others, to incorporate 
by the name of the Governor and Company of Adventurers of 
the City of Westminster, for the plantation of the Island of 
Providence, Henrietta, and the adjacent Islands lying upon the 
Coast of America. (6. Chas. I. p. i.) 

Proclamation forbidding the disorderly trading with the "Salvages" 
in New England in America, especially the furnishing ofthe 
Navies in those and other ports of America, by the English, 
with weapons and habiliments of war. (6 Cha's. I. p. 11.) 

19 Nov. Grant to EDWARD THOROWGOOD, the office of Clerk for writing 
of licences and passes to be granted by Commissioners to any 
person going out of this Realm, for 21 years. (6 Chas. I. p. 6.) 

22 June. Grant to ROBERT, EARL OF WARWICK, and others, Governor 
and Company of Adventurers of the City of Westminster, for 
the plantation of the Islands of Providence, Henrietta, and the 
adjacent Islands, lying upon the coasts of America ; all other 
Islands not formerly granted unto them, beginning at 6 degrees 
from the Equinoctial line towards the North, and extending 
from thence to 24 in Latitude towards the Tropic of Cancer, and 
between the degrees of 290 and 310 of Longitude, and Meridian 
distance through all the said latitude, as the said degrees are 
in common computation reckoned and accompted in this King- 
dom, to their heirs and successors. (7 Chas. I. p. 14.) 

27 June. Grant to EDWARD, EARL OF DORSET, HENRY, EARL OF DEN- 
BIGH, and others, Commission special, to consider how the 
Virginia Plantation now standeth, and to consider what com- 
modity may be raised in those parts. (7 Chas. I. p. 20.) 

1 1 May. Grant to SIR WILLIAM ALEXANDER, and others, to collect 
Beaver Skins, &c., similar to the Grant made 4 Feb., 4 Chas. I. 
p. 34, (which see). (9 Chas. I. p. 7.) 

23 September. Grant to THOMAS YOUNGE, gent., Commission special, 
to discover, find out, and search what parts are not yet inhabited 
in Virginia and America, and other parts thereunto adjoining. 
(9 Chas. I. p. i.) 

3 April. Grant to ROBERT, EARL OF WARWICK, HENRY, EARL OF 
I IOLLAND, WILLIAM, LORD SAY AND SELE, ROBERT, LORD 
BROOKE, -and others, Merchants Adventurers of the City of 
London, trading into the parts of America, (i I Chas. I. p. 8.) 

Commission Special, directed to the Recorder of the City of London, SIR 
PAUL PYNDER, Kn 4 - , and others, for the taking of oaths of such 
persons as shall desire to go beyond the seas, and for the doing 
of many other things, such as in discretion shall seem meet to 
them, (i i Chas. I. p. 9.) 

21 



160 ENTRIES RELATING TO AMERICA, 



2 April. Grant to Sir JOHN HARVYE, Knt., Commission special, to be 
the present Governor of the Colony and Plantation in Virginia, 
with several powers and authorities therein mentioned. (12 
Chas. I. p. 21, in (torso.) 

10 April. Grant to WILLIAM, AKCHKP. OF CANTER ISUKY, THOMAS, 
LORD COVENTRY, Keeper of the Great Seal, and others, Com- 
mission special, for the government of all persons within the 
Colonies and Plantations beyond the seas, according to the 
Laws and Constitutions there ; and to constitute Courts as 
well Ecclesiastical as Civil for the determining of Causes there. 
(12 Chas. I. p. 21, in (torso.) 

10 May. Grant to THOMAS MAHKWE, the office of clerk of the passes 

and licences in the Outports, and the writing and registering of 
the same, and of the names of all those that shall go out of this 
Kingdom beyond the Seas, for 21 yearj in reversion. (12 
Chas. I. p. 14-) 

13 November. Grant to JAMES, MAROUIS OF HAMILTON, HENRY, 
EARL OF HOLLAND, and others, all that whole Continent, 
Island or Region commonly called Newfoundland, bordering 
upon the Continent of America, to them and their heirs. (13 
Chas. I. p. 32.) 

Proclamation against the disorderly transporting his Majesty's subjects 
to the plantations within the parts of America. (13 Chas. I. 
p. 15.) 

11 January. Grant to Sir FRANCIS WYATT, Knt, Commission special, 

to be Governor of the Colony and plantation in Virginia during 
pleasure. (14 Chas. I. p. 29.) 

>Q March Grant to RICHARD MORISON, Esq., the office of Captain or 
Keeper of the Castle of " Poynte Comfort," within the Lord- 
ship of Virginia, during pleasure, in reversion. (14 Chas. I. 

p. 38.) 

Proclamation to restrain the transporting of passengers and provisions 
to New England without licence. (14 Chas. I. p. 6, in (torso.) 

16 December. Grant to HENRY ASHTON, Esq., PETER HAY, Esq., and 
others, Commission special, to declare in his Majesty's name, in 
all public assemblies and places of the Islands and province 
of Barbadocs, against HENRY HAWLEY, to be Governor or 
Lieutenant General of the said Island ; and to charge arid 
require him and his Deputy or Agents, under his and their 
Allegiance, forthwith to yield up the said office and place of 
government, and all the incidents thereunto, unto HENRY 
HUNCKES, or to such person or persons as the EARL OF CAR- 
LISLE shall appoint. (15 Chas. I. p. 23, in (torso.) 



ENTRIES RELATING TO AMERICA,. d-r. 159* 

3 April. Grant to Sir FERDINAND GORGES, Knt, all that part, purpart 
and portion of the main land or country, now commonly 
called or known by the name of New England in America, to 
him and to his heirs. (15 Chas. I. p. 25.) 

6 August. ROGER WINGATE, Esq., appointed King's Treasurer within 
the Lordship of Virginia for life. (15 Chas. I. p. 23.) 

Commission to JAMES, DUKE OF LENNOX, and others, for the tendering 
of an Oath to all persons that go beyond the seas, except 
women, and children, and sailors. (16 Chas. I. p. 13.) 

9 August. Grant to Sir WILLIAM BERKELEY, Knt., and divers others, 

Commission special, to be the present Council of and for the 
colony and plantation in Virginia, and to perform and execute 
the places, powers, and authorities incident to a Governor there. 
(17 Chas. I. p. 6.) 

31 July. Grant to Sir WILLIAM BERKELEY, Knt, and others, Com- 
mission special, to be present Governor and Council of and 
for the colony and plantation in Virginia, and for the managing 
of affairs there, during pleasure. (12 Chas. II. p. 26, in dorso.) 

22 December. Grant to all Mayors, Recorders, Customers, Comptrollers, 
Surveyors, and Searchers in all ports of England and Wales, a 
special Commission to minister an Oath to all and every person 
or persons that shall be licensed to go beyond the seas. (12 
Chas. II. p. 31, in dorso.) 

2 August. FRANCIS CRADDOCK, Esq., appointed Provost Marshal Ge- 
neral of the Barbadocs for life. (12 Chas. II. p. 32.) 

17 August. JOHN DAWES appointed Secretary of the Islands of Barba- 
does, and to the Governor and Council there : also clerk of the 
several Courts there, during life. (12 Chas. II. p. 23.) 

8 January. THOMAS LlNCII appointed Provost Marshal of Jamaica for 
life. (12 Chas. II. p. 30.) 

22 September. Grant to THOMAS MAYHEW, Esq., of the office of clerk 
and clerkship of all Licences or passes in the Outports made, 
and to be made, to any person or persons, to go unto any foreign 
parts or places beyond the sea ; and also the office of Register 
[Registrar] of the names of all the said persons for the term of 
21 years in reversion. (12 Chas. II. p. 24.) 

26 January. Confirmation of several Laws, concerning the people in 
Newfoundland, and upon the sea adjoining, and the bays, 
creeks and fresh rivers there. (12 Chas. II. p. 17.) 

10 January. RICHARD POVEY appointed Secretary of and for Jamaica 

for life. (12 Chas. II. p. 30.) 

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12 September. Major JAMES RUSSELL appointed Governor of Nevis, 

during pleasure. (12 Chas. II. p. 35.) 

21 November. Grant to FRANCIS, LORD WiLLOUGHBY, all and singular 
prize ships, vessels, ordnance, furniture, ammunition, tackle and 
apparel, goods, chattels, merchandize, and lading whatsoever in 
the late Wars between this nation and the Dutch taken and 
seized at sea, in harbour, and at land, in or near the Islands of 
Barbadoes, St. Christophers, and other Islands in the parts of 
America, not sold or disposed of, accompted for, and discharged 
by sufficient discharges or acquaintances, or not pardoned, and 
discharged by his Majesty, or authority of Parliament, without 
any accompt whatsoever to be rendered or made for the same. 
(12 Chas. II. p. 27.) 

13 March. ElJE ASHMOLE, Esq., appointed Secretary of Suranam [Su- 

rinam] and clerk of the King's Courts there. (13 Chas. II. p. 44.) 

27 Sept. THOMAS BREEDON appointed Governor of Laccady and Nova 
Scotia, during life. (13 Chas. II. p. 16.) 

13 May. Grant to JOHN, EARL OF BATH, of 200 acres of land in the 
parish of St. George, Barbadoes, to him and his heirs. (13 
Chas. II. p. 40.) 

8 February. Commission appointing EDWARD DOYLEY to be Governor 
of Jamaica, with instructions. (13 Chas. II. p. 4.) 

1 February. JOHN MANNE, gent., appointed Chief Surveyor of Jamaica 

during pleasure. (13 Chas. II. p. 8.) 

Proclamation for the encouraging of Planters in Jamaica. (13 Chas. II. 
p. 17, in dorso.) 

2 August THOMAS, LORD WINDSOR, appointed Governor of Jamaica. 

(13 Chas. II. p. 46.) 

10 June. Revocation of Letters Patent appointing THOMAS BREEDON 
Governor of Laccady and Nova Scotia. (14 Chas. II. p. 6.) 

1 5 March. Grant to WILLIAM DAVIDSON and others, licence special to 
dig for all mines of gold and other metals in Jamaica, for two 
years. (14 Chas. II. p. n.) 

17 Feb. JAMES, DUKE OF YORK, appointed High Admiral of Dunkirk, 
New England, Virginia, &c. (14 Chas. II. p. 12.) 

23 April. Grant to the Governor, &c., of the English Colony of Con- 
necticut in New England, of an Incorporation with divers privi- 
leges. (14 Chas. II. p. 1 1.) 

7 Feb. Grant to the Company for propagating of the Gospel in New 
England, an Incorporation with divers privileges. (14 Chas. II. 
P- ii.) 



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17 July. THOMAS TEMPLE, Esq., appointed Governor of Laccady, and 

other the territories in America, for life. (14 Chas. II. p. 5.) 

1 8 November. Grant to FRANCIS, LORD WiLLOUGHBY, all those Is- 

lands called the Caribee Islands, containing in them the Islands 
of St. Christopher's alias St. Aristooall, Granado alias Greinada, 
St. Vincent, St. Lucy alias St. Lucre, Barbidas alias Barbadoes, 
Mittalania alias Martenico, Domenico, and others, to hold the 
same for 7 years. (14 Chas. II. p. 20.) 

24 March. Grant to GEORGE, DUKE OF ALBEMARLE, ANTHONY, 
LORD ASHLEY, and others, all that territory or track [tract] of 
land called Carolina. (15 Chas. II. p. 2.) 

17 July. Commission to THOMAS TEMPLE, Esq., to be Governor of 
several places in America. (15 Chas. II. p. 18.) 

Grant to JOHN CLARKE and others, Inhabitants of New England, of 
divers liberties, &c. (15 Chas. II. p. 15.) 

9 April. Grant to THOMAS ROSSE and others, the office of Receiver Ge- 
neral, of all sums of money due and payable from the several 
plantations in Africa and America, for life. (15 Chas. II. p. II.) 

Grant to the Governor and Company of Rhode Island of divers 
privileges. (15 Chas. II. p. 15.) 

2 June. Grant to FRANCIS, LORD WILLOUGHBY, and others, of the 

main tract of land, being part of the continent of Guiana in 
America, called Surinam. (15 Chas. II. p. 10.) 

13 August. Grant to JOHN COLLINS, of a moiety o'f the profits of the 
Isle of Barbada, alias Barbuda [Barbadoes], reserved to the King 
for 7 years, and after the expiration of the said 7 years, then 
grants it to the said JOHN for 31 years. (16 Chas. II. p. u.) 

26 April. JAMES DREBBLE appointed Escheator of the Isles of Bar- 
badoes and Caribee, for life. (16 Chas. II. p. 3.) 

12 March. Grant to JAMES, DUKE OF YORK, and his heirs, all that part 
of the main land of New England, and several Islands adjacent. 
(i6Chas. II. p. 8.) 

17 Feb. Grant to THOMAS ELLIOTT, of certain Copper Mines and 
other metals in Nova Scotia, for 31 years. (16 Chas. II. p. 17.) 

29 May. Grant to Sir GEORGE CARTERET, Knt., and JOHN TRETHE- 
\VY, one annuity of 5oo/. per annum, to be paid out of one 
moiety of the profits arising out of the Caribee Islands, and due 
or payable to the Crown during the lives of WILLIAM LEY and 
JAMES CARTERETT. (17 Chas. II. p. 5.) 

3 April. Declaration that the commodities of Jamaica shall pay no cus- 

toms for the space of five years. (17 Chas. II. p. 3.) 



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20 December. Grant to Sir JAMES MoDYFORD, Knt, licence to dis- 
tinguish the Island of Providence alias St. Katharine, into 
counties, towns, manors, lordships and other privileges. (18 
Chas. II. p. 4.) 

4 February. WILLIAM WILLOUGIIBY, Esq., appointed Captain General 
of the Caribcc Islands for three years. (18 Chas. II. p. 4.) 

19 March. EDWARD SCAREURGII appointed Surveyor General of Vir- 
ginia during life. (19 Chas. II. p. 8.) 

8 May. Grant to HENRY, EARL OF ST. ALBANS, JOHN, LORD BERKE- 
LEY, Sir WILLIAM MORETON, and JOHN TRETHEWEY, all that 
entire tract, territory, or parcel of land in America, and 
bounded by and within the head of the rivers Tappahanockc, 
alias Rappahanocke, and Quiriough or Patawomack rivers, to 
them and their heirs. (21 Chas. II. p. 4.) 

i November. Grant to CHRISTOPHER, DUKE OF ALBEMARLE, WILLIAM, 
EARL OF CRAVEN, JOHN, LORD BERKELEY, ANTHONY, LORD 
ASHLEY, Sir GEORGE CARTERET, Sir PETER COLLITON, &c., 
all those Islands called the Bahama Islands or the Islands of 
Lucayos, lying in the degrees of 22 to 27, and all ports, havens, 
creeks, &c., to their heirs and assigns. (22 Chas. II. p. 9.) 

ii January. Grant to EDWARD, EARL OF SANDWICH, RICHARD, LORD 
GORGES, WILLIAM, LORD ALLINGTON, THOMAS GREY, and 
HENRY BLOUNCKER, Esquires, Sir HUMPHRY WINCH, Sir 
JOHN FINCH, and EDMOND WALLER, several yearly salaries, 
viz 1 : to the EARL OF SANDWICH, 7<X>/. per annum, and to the 
rest (to each) 5OO/. per annum, they being of the Council for 
Foreign Plantations. (22 Chas. II. p. 8.) 

6 August. Grant to FRANCIS RAYNES, all the lands and estates of one 

HENRY EDLYN, lying and being in the Island of Barbados, 
escheated to the Crown by his being executed for the murder 
of his wife. (22 Chas. II. p. i.) 

8 July. EDWYN STEED appointed Provost Marshal General of the 

Barbadoes, for life. (22 Chas. II. p. i.) 

9 Sept. Grant to JOHN STRODE to farm the Imposts upon the growth of 

the Leeward Islands, for 7 years. (22 Chas. II. p. 5.) 

23 March. Sir ERNEST BRYAN, Knt., appointed Escheator in the 
Barbadoes and the Caribee Islands, for life. (23 Chas. II. p. 3.) 

4 April. Commission for JAMES, DUKE OF YORK, and others, to be of 
the Council for Foreign Plantations. (23 Chas. II. p. 2.) 

7 March. CHARLES WHEELER appointed Captain General of the 

Caribee Islands. (23 Chas. II. p. 2.) 



ENTRIES RELATING TO AMERICA, c-r. 161* 

19 June. Commission appointing Sir RICHARD TEMPLE, Knt, to be 
of the Council of Foreign Plantations. (23 Chas. II. p. 2, /// 
dorso.) Another Commission (same part) dated 15 Aug. 

17 November. ALEXANDER CULPEPER appointed Surveyor in Virginia, 

during pleasure. (23 Chas. II. p. 8.) 

1 6 September. ROBERT CLOWES appointed Chief Clerk to attend the 
Supreme Council in the town of St. lago, in Jamaica, during 
life. (24 Chas. II. p. 3.) 

27 September. Commission granting to ANTHONY, EARL OF SHAFTES- 

BURY, and others, a standing Council for Trade and Traffic both 
at home and for the Foreign Plantations. (24 Chas. II. p. 4.) 

19 July. Grant to WILLIAM, EARL OF KiNNOUL, in consideration of a 
surrender by him made of his interest in the Caribee Islands, 
one annuity of 6oo/. per annum for five years, to be paid out of the 
four and a half per cent. Customs from those Islands, and after 
the expiration of five years the like annuity of iooo/. per annum 
to be paid for ever. (24 Chas. II. p. i.) 

10 February. . Revocation of the Grant formerly made to Sir CHARLES 
WHEELER, of the Government of the Leeward Islands. (24 
Chas. II. p. 2.) 

10 February. WILLIAM STAPLETON appointed Governor of the Lee- 
ward Islands during pleasure. (24 Chas. II. p. 2.) 

6 July. WILLIAM, LORD WILLOUGIIBY, appointed Captain General, and 
Governor in Chief, of the Barbadoes and Caribee Islands, during 
pleasure. (24 Chas. II. p. 2.) 

13 April. Grant to LEONARD COMPEARE and THOMAS MARTYN, Esq., 
the office of Receiver of the Duties upon all Wines, Brandies, 
&c., imported into Jamaica, for life. (26 Chas. II. p. 2.) 

29 June. Grant to JAMES, DUKE OF YORK, of several Islands and main 
land, near New England, particularly bounded, to him and his 
heirs, &c. (26 Chas. II. p. 5.) 

28 March. RICHARD MORLEY, Esq., appointed Secretary of Barbadoes, 

and Clerk of the Courts there, during life. (26 Chas. II. p. 2.) 
8 July. THOMAS, LORD CULPEPER, appointed Lieutenant and Governor 
General of Virginia, during life. (27 Chas. II. p. 7.) 

1 8 March. Grant to GEORGE GOSSELYNG, of all the lands, tenements, 

goods, and chattels of his brother JAMES GOSSELYNG, in the 
Island of Jamaica, forfeited by his being an alien. (27 Chas. 
II. p. 2.) 

27 January. The King declares and confirms several Laws concerning his 
people in Newfoundland, and upon the sea adjoining, &c. (27 
Chas. II. p. ii.) 



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Proclamation to prohibit commodities into Foreign Plantations, but from 
England only. (27 Chas. II. p. 10.) 

1 1 March. JOHN RICHARDS appointed Secretary of the Barbadoes, for 
life. (27 Chas. II. p. 2.) 

25 June. RoiiERT THORNTON, gent., appointed Provost Marshal of 
Jamaica, for life. (27 Chas. II. p. 7.) 

3 September. HARBOTTLE WINGFIELD, gent, appointed Clerk of the 
Court of Common Pleas at Port Royal, Jamaica. (27 Chas. II. 

P- 3-) 

27 January. RALPH WYATT appointed Clerk of the Market in Barba- 
does, during pleasure. (27 Chas. II. p. 11.) 

10 October. Commission granted to Sir WILLIAM BERKELEY, to pardon 
the Rebels in Virginia upon their submission. (28 Chas. II. p. I.) 

10 October. HERBERT JEKFERY, and others, Commissioners appointed 
to enquire and report the grievances of the Inhabitants of 
Virginia. (28 Chas. II. p. I.) 

10 October. Captain ROBERT WALTER, Commissioner, appointed Go- 

vernor of Virginia, in the absence of HERBERT JKFFERY. (28 
Chas. II. p. i.) 

9 October. HERBERT JEFFERY appointed Governor of Virginia in the 
place of Sir WILLIAM BERKELEY. (28 Chas. II. p. i.) 

11 November. Commission granted for HERBERT JEFFERYES to be 

Lieutenant Governor of Virginia. (28 Chas. II. p. 3.) 

9 March. GARRETT COTTER appointed Secretary and Marshal of the 

Islands of Nevis, Teago, and Mountserrat, for three lives. (28 
Chas. II. p. 5.) 

10 October. Grant to the Governor and Council of Virginia ; a special 

pardon for passing Acts of State to the Rebels. (28 Chas. II. 
p.i.) 

Same date and part, the King confirms and grants to the Inhabitants 
of Virginia, privileges, &c. 

Commission to JOHN" WILLOUGHBY, and others, to administer an oath 
to Sir JONATHAN ATKINS, appointed Captain General of the 
Caribee Islands ; another, to RANDOLPH RUSSELL, and others, 
to administer an oath to WILLIAM STAPLETON, appointed 
Captain General of the Caribee Islands, lying leeward of Guada- 
loup, and for WILLIAM STAPLETON to administer an oath to the 
Deputy Governors of the same. (29 Chas. II. p. 10.) 

27 April. CHARLES HERBERT appointed Chief Clerk in the town of 
St. lago de la Vaga, in Jamaica. (29 Chas. II. p. 4.) 

i March. CHARLES, EARL OK CARLISLE, appointed Governor and Cap- 
tain General of Jamaica. (30 Chas. II. p. 6.) 



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13 April. The King confirms divers Laws made in Jamaica. (3oChas. 
II. p. 7.) The heads of the Bills are forty in number. 

26 September. Grant to EDWARD RANDOLPH, Esq., and others, Commis- 
sion to administer an oath to JOSIAS WlNSLOW, Governor of 
New Plymouth ; also to BENEDICT ARNOLD, Esq., Governor of 
Rhode Island and Providence Plantation; to JOHN LEVEKETT, 
Esq., Governor of Massachusetts Bay ; and to WILLIAM LEET, 
Esq., Governor of the Corporation of Connecticut. (30 Chas. II. 
p. i.) 

20 April. Indenture between the King and ROBERT SPENCER, JOHN 

STRODE, CHARLES TUCKER, and HENRY DANIEL, Esquires, as 
to the Imposts and Customs due to the King, of four and a half 
percent, in the Islands of Barbadoes, Nevis, Antegua, Mountser- 
rat, and St. Christopher's for seven years. (30 Chas. II. p. 4.) 

21 June. JOHN BINDLOSS and SIMON WINSLOW appointed Chief Clerk, 

Register [Registrar], and Sole Examiner in the Court of Chan- 
cery in Barbadoes for their lives. (31 Chas. II. p. 5.) 

6 December. THOMAS, LORD CULPEPER, appointed Lieutenant and 
Governor General of Virginia, for life. (31 Chas. II. p. 2.) 

2 August. GARRETT COTTER appointed Secretary and Marshal of the 
Islands of Nevis, St. Christopher's, Antegua, and Mountserrat, 
for three lives. (31 Chas. II. p. 6.) 

Commission to JOHN CUTTS, and others, for governing the Colony of 
New Hampshire, in America. (31 Chas. II. p. 6.) 

8 May. CHARLES JONES appointed Postmaster and Register of the 
Admiralty in Barbadoes. (31 Chas. II. p. 5.) 

5 April. THOMAS ROBSON appointed Clerk of the Market in Bridgtown, 

in Barbadoes, during pleasure. (31 Chas. II. p. 5.) 
20 March. NICHOLAS SPENCER appointed Secretary in Virginia, during 

pleasure. (31 Chas. II. p. 6.) 

8 December. Concerning Laws to be made in Virginia : the confir- 
mation of Tithes, &c. (31 Chas. II. p. 2.) 

24 February. JOHN BlNDLOSSE appointed Clerk of the Markets in 
Jamaica. (32 Chas. II. p. 2.) 

6 March. JOSEPH CRISPE appointed Escheator in the Leeward Islands. 

(32 Chas. II. p. 2.) 

19 May. WILLIAM BLATHWAITE, E_q., appointed Surveyor and Audi- 
tor General of all the Revenues in America. (32 Chas. II. p. 2.) 

28 October. RICHARD SUTTON appointed Governor of Barbadoes, &c- 
(32 Chas. II. p. 3.) 

28 February. Grant made to WILLIAM PENN, Esq., of a tract of land, 

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with the Islands belonging to it, in America, bounded on the 
east by Delaware, &c. (33 Chas. II. p. 2.) 

2 September. Sir THOMAS LYNCH appointed Governor of Jamaica. 
(33 Chas. II. p. 2.) 

21 April. OBEDIAH CLAYTON and SAMUEL TRAVEL appointed Clerks 

of the Passes, for 21 years. (33 Chas. II. p. 3.) 

9 May. EDWARD CRANFEILD, Esq., appointed Governor of New Hamp- 
shire. (34 Chas. II. p. i.) 

14 Nov. CORNWALL SOMERS, gent., appointed Postmaster in Barbadoes, 
vice CHARLES JONES, deceased. (34 Chas. II. p. 8.) 

14 December. TIMOTHY THORNHILL, of Barbadoes, created a Baronet. 
(34 Chas. II. p. 9.) 

22 March. The King doth give and grant to JAMES, DUKE OF YORK, 

his heirs and assigns, the town of Newcastle, alias Delaware, 
and fort thereunto belonging, situate between Maryland and 
New Jersey ; and all that tract of land within the circle of 
twelve miles about the said town situate upon the river De- 
laware ; and all Islands in the said river ; and the said river 
and soil thereof, lying north of the said circle ; and all that 
tract of land upon Delaware river, beginning 12 miles south 
from the said town of Newcastle, alias Delaware, and extend- 
ing south to Cape Lopin. To be holden of the manor of 
East Greenwich, co. Kent, in free and common socage, and not 
in capite or by knight's service, yielding and rendering there- 
fore every year four beaver skins, when the same shall be de- 
manded, or within ninety days after such demand made with 
several powers and authorities, amongst others to exercise Mar- 
tial Law. (35 Chas. II. p. i.) 

23 Nov. GEORGE HANNAH, Esq., appointed Provost Marshal General 

of Barbadoes. (35 Chas. II. p. 2.) 

28 Sept. FRANCIS, LORD HOWARD of Effingham, appointed Lieuten- 
ant and Governor General of Virginia, during pleasure. (35 
Chas. II. p. 2.) 

i January. RICHARD CONY, Esq., appointed Lieutenant Governor and 
Commander in Chief of the Bermuda or Summer Islands, 
during pleasure, with power of constituting officers ; the places 
of Sheriff, Provost Marshal, and Secretary of the said Islands 
always excepted. (36 Chas. II. p. 7.) 

1 1 December. JOHN MOUNTSTEVEN, Esq., appointed Provost Marshal 
General of Jamaica, during pleasure ; to execute by deputy, 
first approved by the Governor, or some of the Council there, 
for the time being. (36 Chas. II. p. 8.) 



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17 December. JOHN TUCKER, gent., appointed Provost Marshal Gene- 
ral, or Sheriff, and Secretary of Bermuda, alias the Summer 
Islands, to exercise by himself or deputy, during pleasure. (36 
Chas. II. p. 8.) 

2 July. THOMAS ROBSON, gent., appointed Clerk of the Markets of St 
Michael's, alias Bridge Town, Spikes Town, and all the Towns 
in the Barbadoes. (i Jac. II. p. i.) 

1 1 April. JOHN MOUNTSTEVENS, Esq., appointed Provost Marshal 
General of Jamaica, (i Jac. II. p. 4.) 

17 October. GEORGE HANNAY, Esq., appointed Provost Marshal Gene- 
ral of Barbadoes. (i Jac. II. p. 8.) 

15 October. EDWARD RANDOLPH, Esq., appointed Collector, Surveyor, 
and Searcher of the Customs, within the colonies of New 
England, which office was erected the 15 Oct., 33 Chas. II., 
with a salary of ioo/. per ann. (i Jac. II. p. 8.) 

8 October. The King doth erect, constitute, and appoint a President and 
Council to take care of the territory and dominion of New 
England, commonly called Massachusetts Bay ; and appoints 
JOSEPH DUDLEY, Esq., to be the first president, (i Jac. II. p. 8.) 

28 October. FRANCIS, LORD HOWARD, of Effingham, appointed Lieu- 
tenant and Governor General of Virginia, (i Jac. II. p. 8.) 

21 October. NICHOLAS SPENCER, Esq., appointed Secretary in Virginia, 
(i Jac. II. p. 9.) 

21 October. ALEXANDER CULPEPER, Esq., appointed Surveyor General 
in Virginia, (i Jac. II. p. 9.) 

17 October. REGINALD WILSON, of Jamaica, gent., appointed Clerk of 
the Naval or Navy Office in Jamaica, (i Jac. II. p. 9.) 

28 October. Sir PHILIP HOWARD, Knt., appointed Captain General and 
Governor in Chief, in and over Jamaica, and the other territories 
depending thereon, (i Jac. II. p. 10.) 

5 December. Grant to HUGH NODEN, Merchant Taylor of London, of 
five shares of land, with the edifices thereupon, situate in the 
Summer Islands alias Bermuda, to him and his heirs for ever. 
To be held in free and common socage, by fealty only, (i Jac. 
II. p. 10.) 

8 January. ARCHIBALD CARMICHAEL, appointed Clerk of the Navy in 
Barbadoes. (2 Jac. II. p. 2.) 

30 April. RICHARD CONY, Esq., is constituted Lieutenant Governor 
and Commander in Chief of Bermuda or Summer Island : a 
Quo Warranto being issued, and Judgment thereon entered 
against the Bermuda Company. (2 Jac. II. p. 6, in dorso.) 

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9 June. Grant to Colonel JOHN LEGG, CHRISTOPHER GUISE, and 
JOHN ROBINS, (upon the surrender of ROGER WHALEY,) the 
office of Master or Registrar, for the taking cognizance of the 
free consents of such persons as shall go into the plantations 
in America or elsewhere. (2 Jac. II. p. 7.) 

29 June. JOHN TUCKER appointed Secretary and Provost Marshal 
General of the Bermuda or Summer Islands. (2 Jac. II. p. 9.) 

3 June. Sir EDMUND ANDROS appointed Governor of New England. 

(2 Jac. II. p. 9.) 

10 June. THOMAS DUNCAN, Esq., appointed Governor of New York. 
(2 Jac. II. p. 9.) 

9 Sept. THOMAS MONTGOMERY appointed Attorney General of Bar- 
badoes. (2 Jac. II. p. 10.) 

9 Sept. Sir ROBERT ROBINSON appointed Governor of Bermuda. 
(2 Jac. II. p. 10, in dorso^ 

28 Sept. Sir NATHANIEL JOHNSON to be Governor in and over the 
Islands of Nevis, &c., known by the name of the Caribee 
Islands. (2 Jac. II. p. 10, in dorso.} 

25 Nov. Commission for the DUKE OF ALBEMARLE to be Governor of 
Jamaica. (2 Jac. II. p. 1 1.) 

28 Dec. WILLIAM TYACK, gent., appointed Escheator of the Leeward 
Islands. (2 Jac. II. p. 12.) 

4 March. Grant to CHRISTOPHER, DUKE OF ALBEMARLE, of all 

Wrecks of plate, gold, silver, &c., on the north side of Hispa- 
niola, or about the Islands of Bahama and Florida. (3 Jac II. 
p.i.) 

2 March. Grant to CHRISTOPHER, DUKE OF ALBEMARLE, of all Mines 
of Gold, &c., in the Colonies of America. (3 Jac. II. p. 2.) 

12 August. Ratification of the Letters Patent made to the DUKE OF 

ALBEMARLE on the 4th March. (3 Jac. II. p. 7.) 

23 August. Grant to the DUKE OF ALBEMARLE, the sole use of saw 
mills in the plantations of America, (New England excepted), 
for the term of 14 years. (3 Jac. II. p. 8.) 

1 3 August. The King erects the office of Provost Marshal General of 

New England, and grants the same to Sir WILLIAM PHIPPS. 
(3 Jac. II. p. 8.) 

12 November. HENRY HORDESNELL, Esq., appointed Justice, or Chief 
Judge of the Bermuda or Summer Islands. (3 Jac. II. p. 9.) 

January 20. Proclamation for the more effectual reducing and suppress- 
ing pirates or privateers in America. (3 Jac. II. p. 9.) 



ENTRIES RELATING TO AMERICA, &f. 165 

4 November. . MATHEW PLOWMAN appointed Collector and Receiver of 

New York, with a salary of 2OO/. per annum, vice LUCAS SAN- 
TEN. (3 Jac. II. p. 10.) 

20 October. Grant to the EARL OF FEVERSHAM, of all Wrecks, &c., on 
the north side of the main land of America. (3 Jac. II. p. IO.) 

28 February. Grant to ROBERT BRENT, all Wrecks, &c., in or upon any 
of the rocks, shelves, seas, or banks, on or near the coast of 
America, between the Bermudas and Porto Rico, or between 
Cartagena and the Havanna. (4 Jac. II. p. 3.) 

5 May. The King authorises the DUKE OF ALBEMARLE, (during his 

being Governor of Jamaica), to confer knighthood upon any 
six deserving persons, according to his own discretion, in that 
Island. (4 Jac. II. p. 4.) 

20 April. The King erects and establishes the office of Secretary and 
sole Register [Registrar] in New England, and grant the said 
office to EDWARD RANDOLPH, Esq. (4 Jac. II. p. 4.) 

27 September. The King confirms to THOMAS, LORD CULPEPER, an 
entire tract of land in Virginia, bounded within the springs of 
the rivers of Tapphannock and Quiriough, to him, his heirs and 
assigns for ever yielding and paying therefore, 61. i$s. ^d. 
(4 Jac. II. p.;.) 

5 September. Grant to JOHN, EARL OF BATH, ANTHONY, LORD 

FALKLAND, and others, the use of the ship Farsight, to take 
up and recover Gold near Hispaniola. (4 Jac. II. p. 7.) 

25 September. HENRY FIFIELD, gent, appointed Secretary and Provost 
Marshal General of the Summer Islands, alias the Bermudas. 
(4 Jac. II. p. 8.) 

7 April. Sir EDMUND ANDROS appointed Captain General and Gover- 

nor over the Massachusetts Bay, &c. (Pennsylvania and the 
county of Delaware only excepted, vide Pat. 3 June, 2 Jac. II.) 
(4 Jac. II. p. 8.) 

6 April. Major HENRY CARRE appointed Provost Marshal General of 

Jamaica, (i Will. & Mary, p. I.) 

19 July. HENDER MOLESWORTH, of Jamaica, Esq., created a Baronet, 
(i Will. & Mary, p. 2.) 

8 August. ARCHIBALD CARMICHAELL appointed Clerk of the Navy in 

the Barbadoes. (i Will. & Mary, p. 4.) 
25 July. Sir HENDER MOLESWORTH appointed Captain General of 

Jamaica, (i Will. & Mary, p. 4.) 
3 August. JAMES KENDALL, Esq., appointed Captain General of 

Barbadoes, St. Lucca, &c. (i Will. & Mary, p. 4.) 



1 66 ENTRIES RELATING TO AMERICA, &c. 

14 September. CHIDLEY BROOKE appointed Collector and Receiver of 

New York, (i Will. & Mary, p. 5.) 

8 August. REGINALD WILSON appointed Clerk of the Navy in Jamaica. 
(i Will. & Mary, p. 5.) 

3 October. Grant to JAMES KENDALL, (who was made Governor of 
Barbadoes on the 3d of August last), a salary of I2OO/. a year, 
(i Will. & Mary, p. 6.) 

3 October. Grant of a large Commission to JAMES KENDALL, lately 

made Governor of Barbadoes. (i Will. & Mary, p. 6.) 

26 October. CHRISTOPHER CODRINGTON, Esq., appointed Governor of 
the Islands of Nevis, &c. (i Will. & Mary, p. 6.) 

15 November. HENRY FIFEILD* appointed Secretary and Provost Mar- 

shal of Bermuda, (i Will. & Mary, p. 7.) 

8 November. ISAAC RICHIER appointed Governor of Bermuda, &rc. (r 
Will. & Mary, p. 7.) 

23 December. WILLIAM, EARL OF IXCHIQUIN, Lieutenant General of 
Jamaica, appointed Vice Admiral of the said Island, (i Will. 
& Mary, p. 8.) 

12 December. RICHARD LLOYD appointed Clerk of the Crown in 

Jamaica, (i Will. & Mary, p. 8.) 

6 November. The King erects an office to be called the Secretary of 

New York, and appoints MATHEW CLARKSON to the same, 
(i Will, fc Mary, p. 8.) 

25 November. JOHN SXEDE appointed Clerk of the Markets of St. 
Michael, alias Bridge-town, &c., in Barbadoes. (i Will. &- Mary, 
p. 8.) 

4 January. HENRY SLATER appointed Governor of New York, (i 

Will. & Mary, p. 8.) 

7 October. \VILLIAM, EARL OF INCHIQUIN, appointed Lieutenant or 

Governor General of Jamaica, (i Will, fc Mary, p. 8.) 

13 December. THOMAS FERNELEY, Esq., appointed Secretary of the 

Islands of St. Christopher's, &c. (i Will. & Mary, p. 9.) 

12 December. EPAPHRODITUS HOUGHTON appointed Provost Marshal 
General of the Islands of St. Christopher's, (i Will. & Mary, 
p. 9.) 

17 January. Colonel WILLIAM COLE appointed Secretary in Virginia, 
(i Will. & Mary, p. 9.) 

31 December. CHRISTOPHER CODRINGTON, Captain General of Nevis, 
appointed Vice Admiral of the said Island, (i Will. & Mary, 

P-9-) 

* [See 25 Sept., 4jac. II.] 



ENTRIES RELATING TO AMERICA, d-v. 165* 

25 February.. GEORGE HANWAY appointed Provost Marshal General of 
Barbadoes. (2 Will. & Mary, p. 2.) 

5 November. FRANCIS, LORD HOWARD of Effingham, appointed Go- 
vernor General of Virginia. (2 Will. & Mary, p. 5.) 

4 December. JOSEPH BATHURST and RICHARD DODINGTON, appointed 
Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas of Jamaica. (2 Will, fc 
Mary, p. 6.) 

25 November. Grant to THOMAS NEALE, Esq., of all Wrecks, &c., within 
twenty leagues of the Bermudas. (2 Will. & Mary, p. 6.) 

27 June. LIONEL COPLEY, Esq., appointed Governor of Maryland. 
(3 Will. & Mary, p. 2.) 

4 June. ROWLAND WILLIAMS, Esq., appointed Clerk of the Navy of 

the Leeward Caribee Islands. (3 Will. & Mary, p. 3.) 

5 September. Sir THOMAS LAWRANCE appointed Secretary of Mary- 

land. (3 Will. & Mary, p. 6.) 

7 October. The King incorporates the inhabitants of Massachusetts 
Bay in New England, &c. (3 Will. & Mary, p. 7.) 

I October. THOMAS BELCHAMBER appointed Provost Marshal General 

of the Islands of St. Christophers, &c., vice EPAPHRODITUS 
HAUGHTON. (3 Will. & Mary, p. 7.) 

30 November. JAMES VERNON, Esq., appointed Chief Clerk of St. lago 
de la Vaga, Jamaica. (3 Will. & Mary, p. 8.) 

I 1 January. JOHN PALMER, Esq., appointed Secretary of St. Christo- 

phers, &c. (3 Will. & Mary, p. 9.) 

12 December. Sir WILLIAM PHIITS appointed Captain of Massachu- 
setts Bay. (3 Will. & Mary, p. 9.) 

I March. Sir EDMOND ANDROS appointed Lieutenant and Governor 
General of Virginia. (4 Will. & Mary, p. i.) 

18 March. BENJAMIN FLETCHER appointed Captain General and Go- 
vernor of New York. (4 Will. & Mary, p. 2.) 

I March. SAMUEL ALLEN, Esq., appointed Governor of New Hamp- 
shire. (4 Will. & Mary, p. 2.) 

5 July. Grant to THOMAS NEALE of all Wrecks, &c., on the Coast of 
Bermudas, or within 20 Leagues. (4 Will, i: Mary, p. 5.) 

1 6 July. Grant to THOMAS NEALE, of all Treasure Trove in the little 
Island called Ireland, near the Bermudas. (4 Will. & Mary, 
P. SO 

20 September. WILLIAM BRODRICKE appointed Attorney General in 
Jamaica. (4 Will. & Mary, p. 6.) 



1 6 6* ENTRIES RELATING TO AMERICA, e-r. 

20 September. WILLIAM BEESTON, Esq., appointed Governor of Ja- 

maica. (4 Will. & Mary, p. 6.) 

22 August. Grant to THOMAS NEALE of all mines of gold within their 
Majesties' plantations in America, for 51 years; yielding and 
paying a sixth part. (4 Will. & Mary, p. 6.) 

19 August. The King and Queen, in consideration of 400^., do give 

unto THOMAS NEALE, Esq., all Wrecks, <Scc., between Carta- 
gena and Jamaica ; and between either of those two places and 
the Havanna. (4 Will. & Mary, p. 6.) 

16 January. CHRISTOPHER ROBINSON, Esq., appointed Secretary in 
Virginia. (4 Will. & Mary, p. 8.) 

8 February. Licence granted to found a College in the West part of 
Virginia. (4 Will. & Mary, p. 9.) 

21 October. BENJAMIN FLETCHER (lately made Governor of New York), 

appointed Governor of Pennsylvania. (6 Will. & Mary, p. 10.) 

I March. JOHN GODDARD, Esq., appointed Governor and Commander 
of the Bermuda or Summer Islands. (5 Will. & Mary, p. i.) 

20 February. The King pardons GEERRARD BEECKMAN, MYNDERT 

COARTEN, THOMAS WILLIAMS, JOHN VERNNILLIE, ABRAHAM 
BRASIER, and ABRAHAM GOVERNEUR, all of New York ; all 
treasons and murders for the death of JosiAH BROWN, of New 
York (is particularly mentioned). (5 Will. & Mary, p. i.) 

10 March. Grant to MAINHARDT, DUKE OF LEINSTER, of all Wrecks, 
&c., &c., between the Latitudes of 12 Degrees South and 40 
Degrees North, by him to be recovered at any time within 20 
years after the date hereof, (the Bermudas, Cartagena, and Ja- 
maica excepted) for several terms of years, one full tenth of the 
premises reserved to the King and Queen. (5 Will. & Mary, 

p.!.) 

IO February. FRANCIS NICHOLSON, Esq., appointed Captain General 
and Governor of Maryland. (5 Will, fc Mary, p. 2.) 

27 January. WILLIAM BARNES, Esq., appointed Provost Marshal Ge- 
neral of the Islands of St. Christopher's, Nevis, Mountserrat 
and Antegua, during pleasure. (5 Will. & Mary, p. 2.) 

25 April. Grant to THOMAS NEALE, Esq., and JOHN TYZACKE, gent., 
all Wrecks, &c., &c., within 30 Leagues of the Isle of Stables, 
and betwixt 40 and 50 Degrees of North Latitude, to be gotten 
and recovered by them within seven years after the date hereof. 
(5 Will. & Mary, p. 3.) 

1 5 ApriL Grant to the Widows and Children of JACOB LEISLER and 
JACOB MILBURNE, of New York, all the real and personal 
estates of the said LEISLER and MILBURNE, executed for 



ENTRIES RELATING TO AMERICA, &t. 167 

treason or supposed treason, in the Colony of New York. 
(5 Will. & Mary, p. 4.) 

1 3 December. Grant to Sir JOHN HOSKYNS, of Harewood, co. Hereford, 
Knt. & Bart, all those Islands called Ascension, Trinidad, and 
Martin Vaz, to him, his heirs and assigns, for ever yielding and 
paying the fourth part of the profits of all mines of gold and silver 
wrought in the said Islands on the 5th Nov. yearly. To be 
holden of the manor of East Greenwich, in socage, and not in 
capite, nor by knight s service. (5 Will. & Mary, p. $) 

26 December. FRANCIS RUSSELL, Esq., appointed Captain General and 
Governor in Chief of the Islands of Barbadoes, Sta. Lucia, 
Dominico, St. Vincent's, &c., commonly called the Caribee Is- 
lands, lying and being to windward from Guadaloupe. (5 Will. 
& Mary, p. 5.) 

26 June. Colonel RALPH WORMLEY appointed Secretary of Virginia, 
(vice CHRISTOPHER ROBINSON, Esq., deceased,) to hold the 
same by himself or deputy, during pleasure. (5 Will. & Mary, 
p. 6.) 

10 June. BENJAMIN FLETCHER, Esq., Governor of New York and 
Pennsylvania, to be Commander of the Militia of Connecti- 
cut!. (5 Will. & Mary, p. 7, in dorso.) 

8 March. EDWARD CRANFEILD, Esq., appointed Clerk of the Navy in 
Barbadoes, vice ARCHIBALD CARMICHAEL, Esq., deceased, 
during pleasure. (6 Will. & Mary, p. I.) 

17 January. Revocation of the appointment of GEORGE HANNAH to 
the office of Provost Marshal of Barbadoes, and appoints 
JAMES HANNAH, Esq., to the said office. (7 Will. III. p. 4.) 

1 6 April. JOHN PERRIE, Esq., appointed Provost Marshal General of the 
Islands of St. Christopher's, Nevis, Mountserrat, and Antegua, 
during pleasure, vice WILLIAM BARNES, Esq., deceased. (8 
Will. III. p. 4.) 

i May. WILLIAM BRODERICK, Esq., appointed Attorney General of 
Jamaica. (8 Will. III. p. 6.) 

26 June. WILLIAM PARTRIDGE, Esq., appointed Lieutenant Governor 
of New Hampshire, during pleasure. (8 Will. III. p. 8.) 

4 January. SAMUEL DAY, Esq., appointed Lieutenant Governor and 
Commander in Chief of the Bermudas or Summer Islands. (9 
Will. III. p. 3.) 

22 February. EDWARD PARSONS, Esq., appointed Secretary of St. 
Christopher's, Nevis, Mountserrat, and Antegua, and other 
Leeward Caribee Islands, during pleasure. (9 Will. III. p. 4.) 

21** 



1 68 ENTRIES RELATING TO AMERICA, &c. 

iS June. RICHARD, EARL of BELLOMONT, appointed Captain General 
and Governor in Chief of Massachusetts Bay ; also Governor 
and Commander in Chief of all that province of New Hamp- 
shire within New England, extending from three miles north- 
ward of Merrimac River unto the province of Main. (9 Will. 
III. p. 6, in dor so?) 

iS June. RICHARD, EARL OF BELLOMONT, appointed Captain General 
and Governor in Chief of New York, (9 Will. III. p. 7.) 

24 July. RALPH GREY, Esq., appointed Captain General and Governor 
in Chief of the Islands of Barbadoes, Sta. Lucia, Dominico, 
St. Vincent's, &c., and the rest of the Islands, &c., commonly 
called the Caribee Islands. (9 Wilt. III. p. 7.) 

17 July. JOHN BABER, Esq., appointed Secretary of Jamaica, and Com- 

missary of the Stores and Clerk of the Enrolment of Deeds, 
&c., during pleasure. (9 Will. III. p. 7.) 

1 8 August. The King releaseth unto Sir WILLIAM BEESTON, Knt, 

Lieutenant Governor of Jamaica, all offences and neglects 
committed for his not taking the oaths, appointed to be taken 
by the Governors of Colonies in Asia, Africa, or America. 
(10 Will. III. p. 5.) 

12 August. GEORGE GOLDING, Esq., appointed Provost Marshal Gene- 
ral of Jamaica, during plea s urc. (10 Will. III. p. 7.) 

20 July. FRANCIS NICHOLSON, Esq., appointed Lieutenant and Gover- 
nor General of Virginia. (He succeeded Sir EDWARD ANDROS, 
Knt, who obtained leave to return home for the recovery of 
his health.) ( i o Will. 1 1 1 . p. 8.) 

19 October. NATHANIEL BLAKESTON, Esq., appointed Captain Gene- 

ral and Governor in Chief of Maryland. (10 Will. III. p. 9.) 

20 September. THOMAS LAWRENCE, Esq., appointed Secretary of 

Maryland, during pleasure. (Letters Patent appointing Sir 
THOMAS LAWRENCE, Bart., of the 5th Sept., 3 Will. & Mary, 
are revoked.^ (10 Will. III. p. 10.) 

6 May. WILLIAM NEEDHAM, gent., appointed Clerk of the Crown and 

Clerk of the Peace of Jamaica, during pleasure. (11 Will. III. 
p.i.) 

25 March. WILLIAM WELBY, Esq., appointed Secretary of Barbadoes, 
during pleasure, (n Will. III. p. i.) 

7 June. EDWARD JONES, gent, appointed Secretary and Provost Mar- 

shal General of the Bermudas, alias Summer Islands, (i i Will. 
III. p. 2.) 



ENTRIES RELATING TO AMERICA,&c. 167* 

1 8 May. EDWARD CHILTON, of the Middle Temple, Barrister, appointed 
Attorney General of Barbadoes. (i i Will. III. p. 2.) 

5 January. Sir WILLIAM BEESTON appointed Captain General and 
Governor in Chief of Jamaica, during pleasure, (u Will. III. 
P-4-) 

17 March. ALLEN BRODERICK, Esq., appointed Attorney General of 
Jamaica, during pleasure, (i i Will. III. p. 5.) 

29 August. ALEXANDER SKENE appointed Secretary of, and Clerk of 
the several Courts in Barbadoes, during pleasure, (i i Will. III. 
p. 6.) 

13 May. CHRISTOPHER CODRINGTON, Esq., appointed Captain General 
and Governor in Chief over the Islands of Nevis, St. Christo- 
pher's, Mountserrat, Antegua, Barbadoes, Anquilla, &c. (n 
Will. III. p. 6, in dorso.) 

23 Nov. RALPH GREY, Esq., and others, appointed Commissioners at 
Barbadoes, Sta. Lucia, Dominico, St. Vincent's, &c., for examin- 
ing of Piracies. Similar Commissions to STAFFORD FAIRBORE, 
and others, for Newfoundland ; to BENJAMIN BENNET, Esq., 
and others, for the Bermudas or Summer Islands ; to NATHAN 
BLACKSTON, Esq., for Maryland and Pennsylvania ; to CHRIS- 
TOPHER CODRINGTON, Esq., for St. Christopher's, Mountserrat, 
Antigua, Barbouda, [Barbadoes] Anguilla, &c, commonly called 
the Caribee Islands ; to FRANCIS NICHOLSON, Esq., for Vir- 
ginia and Carolina ; and to RICHARD, EARL OF BELLOMONT, 
for Massachusetts Bay, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island. 
(12 Will. III. p. i.) 

13 December. SAMUEL Cox, Esq., appointed Clerk of the Navy Office 
in Barbadoes, during pleasure. (12 Will. III. p. i.) 

23 November. RICHARD, EARL OF BELLOMONT, and others, appointed 

Commissioners for examining of Piracies at New York, East 
and West, New Jersey, and Connecticut ; also to Sir WILLIAM 
BEESTON, Knt, for Jamaica and the Bahama Islands. (12 
Will. III. p. i, in dorso.) 

24 September. BENJAMIN BENNETT, Esq., appointed Lieutenant Go- 

vernor and Commander in Chief of the Bermuda or Summer 

Islands, during pleasure. (12 Will. III. p. 2.) 
4 March. THOMAS WEAVOR, Esq., appointed Collector and Receiver 

of New York (during pleasure), with a salary of 20O/., vice 

CHIDLEY BROOK, who was appointed 14 Dec., i Will. & Mary. 

(12 Will. III. p. 4.) 
1 1 July. Sir THOMAS LAWRENCE, Bart., appointed Secretary of Mary- 

land, during pleasure. (13 Will. III. p. I.) 

21** 2 



i68* 



ENTRIES DELATING TO AMERICA, &>e. 



31 July. WILLIAM SELWYN, Esq., appointed Captain General and 
Commander in Chief of Jamaica, during pleasure. (13 Will. 
III. p. I, in dor so.) 

9 September. EDWARD HYDE, Esq., commonly called LORD CORN- 
BURY, appointed Captain General and Governor in Chief of 
New York, during pleasure. (13 Will. III. p. 2.) 

27 November. HENRY CARPENTER, Esq., appointed Secretary of the 
Islands of St. Christopher's, Nevis, Mountserrat, and Antegua, 
and other the Leeward and Caribee Islands, during pleasure, &c. 
(13 Will. III. p. 3.) 

13 February. MlTFORD CROWE, Esq., appointed Captain General and 
Governor in Chief over the Islands of Barbadoes, Sta. Lucia, 
Dominico, St. Vincent, &c. (14 Will. III. p. I.) 

13 February. JOSEPH DUDLEY, Esq., appointed Captain General and 
Governor in Chief of Massachusetts Bay, (14 Will. III. p. i) ; 
also Governor and Commander in Chief of New Hampshire, 
during pleasure. (14 Will. III. p. i, in dorso.) 



Lists of the 

Livinge and 

Dead in Virginia 

Febr: 16 th 1623.* 



[i.e. 162 j.] 



A List of Names; of the Living in 

Virginia 

february the 16 1623 



Att y Collcdg Land. 
THOMAS MARLETT 
CHRISTOPHER BRANCH 
FRANCIS BOOT. 

WILLIAM BROWING [BROWNING] 
WALTER Coop [COOPER] 
WILLIAM WELDER 
LEONARD MORE 
DANIELL SHURLEY 
PEETER JORDEN 
NICHOLAS PERSE 
WILLIAM DALBIE 
ESAIAS RAWTON 
THEODER 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 



Att y Neck of Land. 

LUKE BOYS 
M r s BOYS 
ROBERT HALAM 
JOSEPH ROYALL 
JOHN DOD'S 
M rs DOD'S 

ELIZABETH PERKINSON 
WILLIAM VINCENT 
M VINCENT 



170 



THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



Living 

ALLEXANDER BRADWAYE 
his wife BRADWAYE 
JOHN PRICE 
his wife PRICE 
ROBERT TURNER 
NATIIANIELL REEUE* [REEVE] 
Seriant W M SHARP 
M rs SHARP. 
RICHARD RAWSE 
THOMAS SHEPPY 
WILLIAM CLEMENS 
THOMAS HARRIS 
his Wife HARRIS 
ANN WOODLEY 
MARGRETT BERMAN 
THOMAS FARMER 
HUGH HILTON 
RICHARD TAYLOR 
vx. TAYLOR 
JOSUA CHARD 
CHRISTOPHER BROWNE 
THOMAS OAGE 
Vx: OAGE 
infans OAGE 
HENRY COLTMAN 
HUGH PRICE 
Vx PRICE 
infans PRICE 
M r * COLTMAN 
ROBERT GREENE 
vx. GREENE 
infans GREENE. 



infantes 



Living 

Att West and S her low hundred 
JOHN HARRIS 
DORITHE HARRIS 

. , . f HARRIS 
infants 

\ HAR-RIS 
THOMAS FLOYD 
ELLIAS LONGE 
WILLIAM NICHOLLAS 
ROGER RATCLIFE 
ROBERT MILNER 
ROBERT PARTTIN 
MARGRETT PARTTIN 
( PARTTIN 
1 PARTTIN 
HENRY BENSON 
NICHOLAS BLACKMAN 
NATHANELL TATTAM 
MATHEW GLOSTER 
SYMON TURGIS 
NICHOLAS BALEY 
ANN BAYLEY 
ELMER PHILLIPS 
THOMAS PAULETT 
THOMAS BAUGH. 
THOMAS PACKER 
JONAS RAYLEY 
JOHN TRUSSELL 
CHRISTOPHER BEANI: 
JOHN CARTTER 
HENRY BAGWELL 
THOMAS BAGWELL 
EDWARD GARDINER 
RICHARD BIGGS 



* [Might poiaibly be lead as RKENK. 



THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



171 



- Living 
M rs BIGGS 
WILLIAM BIGGS ^ 
THOMAS BIGGS I fit 
RICHARD BIGGS ) 
WILLIAM ASKEW 
HENRY CARMAN 
ANDREW DUDLEY 
JAMES GAY 
ANTHONY BURROWS 
REBECCA ROSSE 
M. ( ROSSE 
\ ROSSE 
FETTERS, a maid. 

At Jordans Jorney 
SISLYE JORDAN 

TEMPERANCE BAYLIFE 

MARY JORDAN 

MARGERY JORDAN 

WILLIAM FARRAR 

THOMAS WILLIAMS 

ROGER PRESTON 

THOMAS BROOKES 

JOHN PEEDE 

JOHN FREME 

RICHARD JOHNSON 

WILLIAM DAWSON 

JOHN HELY 

ROBERT MANUELL [or MANNELL] 

ANN LINKON 

WILLIAM BASSE 

Mrs- BASSE 

CHRISTOPHER SAFORD 

vx SAFORD 

JOHN CAMINGE 

THOMAS PALMER 



Living 
M rs - PALMER 

filia PALMER 

RICHARD ENGLISH 

NATHANIEL CAUSEY 

Mrs CAUSEY 

LAWRANCE EVANS 

EDWARD CLARKE 

vx CLARKE 

infans CLARKE 

JOHN GIBBS 

JOHN DA VIES ' 

WILLIAM EMERSON 
HENRY WILLIAMS 
vx WILLIAMS 
HENRY FISHER 
vx FISHER 
infans FlSHER 
THOMAS CHAPMAN 
vx CHAPMAN 
infans CHAPMAN 
EDITH HOLLIS 



At fionrdien hundred 
RICHARD GREGORY 
EDWARD ALBORN 
THOMAS DILLIMAGER 
THOMAS HACK 
ANTHONY JONES 
ROBERT GUY 
WILLIAM STRACHEY 
JOHN BROWNE 
ANNIS BOULT 
WILLIAM BAKER 
THEODER BERISTON 
WALTER BLAKE 
THOMAS WATTS 22 



172 



THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



Living 

THOMAS DOUGHTY 
GEORGE DEVERELL 
RICHARD SPURLING 
JOHN WOODSON 
WILLIAM STRAUNGE* 
THOMAS DUNE 
JOHN LANDMAN 
LEONARD YEATS 
GEORGE LEVET 
THOMAS HAWAY 
THOMAS FILENST ' 
ROBERT SMITH 
THOMAS GRINDER 
THOMAS GASKO 
JOHN OLIUES [OLIVES] 
CHRISTOPHER PUGETT 
ROBERT PEAKE 
EDWARD TRAMORDEN 
HENRY LINGE 
GIBERT PEPPET 
THOMAS MIMES 
JOHN LINGE 
JOHN GALE 
THOMAS BARNETT 
ROGER TOMPSON 
ANN TOMPSON 
ANN DOUGHTY 
SARA WOODSON 

f Negors 
Negors 

. I Negors 

V J | Negors 

I Negors 
^Negors 



Living 
GRIVELL POOLEY minster 



men 



S AMU ELL SHARP 

JOHN VPTON 

JOHN WILSON 

HENRY ROWNIGE [or ROWINGE] 

NATHANIELL THOMAS 

WILLIAM BARRETT 

ROBERT OKLEY 

RICHARD BRADSHAW 

THOMAS SAWELL 

JOHN BAMFORD 

ANTHONY 

WILLIAM 

JOHN 

ANTHONY 

an Negors woman 

the rest at West and Sherlow 
hundred Hand 

CAP: ISACKE MADDESON 
MARY MADDESON 
THOMAS WATTSON 
JAMES WATTSON 
FRANCIS WEST 
ROGER LEWIS 
RICHARD DOMELOW 
WILLIAN HATFEILD 
THOMAS FOSSETT 
ANN FOSSETT 
JENKIN OSBORNE 
WILLIAM SISMORE 
MARTHA SISMORE 
STEPHEN BRABY 
ELIZABETH BRABY 



* [I believe this is correct ; hut the third letter is blotted in the original ; and there is, be 
sides, a dot near the end of the woi-.l, which makes it possible to read it as STRAMIGE.] 



THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



'73 



Living 

EDWARD TEMPLE 
DANIELL VERGO 
WILLIAM TATHILL boy 
THOMAS HAILE boy 
RICHARD MOREWOOD 
EDWARD SPARSHOTT 
BARNARD JACKSON 
WILLIAM BROCKE 
JAMES MAYRO 



At Cliaplains dioise 
ISACKE CHAPLAINE 
M r s CHAPLAINE 
JOHN CHAPLAINE 
WALTER PRIEST 
WILLIAM WESTON 
JOHN DUFFY 
ANN MICHAELL 
THOMAS PHILLIPS 
HENRY THORNE 
ROBERT HUDSON 
ISACKE BANGTON [or BAUGTON] 
NICHOLAS SUTTON 
WILLIAM WHITT 
EDWARD BUTTLER 
HENRY TURNER 
THOMAS LEY 
JOHN BROWNE 
JOHN TRACHERN 
HENRY WILLSON 
THOMAS BALDWYNE 
ALLEXANDER SANDERSON 
DAVID ELLIS 
SARA MORE 
ANN a Maid. 



Living 

At James Cittye and w' A the 

Corporacou therof. 
S r FRANCES WYATT Govcno': 
MARGRETT LADY WYATT 
HANT WYATT Minister 
KATHREN SPENCEU 
THOMAS HOOKER 
JOHN GATHER 
JOHN MATHEMAN 
EDWARD COOKE 
GEORGE NELSON 
GEORGE HALL 
JANE BURTT 
ELIZABETH POMELL 
MARY WOODWARD 



S r GEORGE YEARDLEY Knight 
TEMPERANCE LADY YEARDLY 
ARGALL YA~RDLEY 
FRANCES YEARDLEY 
ELIZABETH YEARDLEY 

KlLIBETT HlCHCOCKE 

AUSTEN COMBES 
JOHN FOSTER 
RICHARD ARRUNDELL 
SUSAN HALL 
ANN GRIMES 
ELIZABETH LYON 

YOUNGE 

Negro 1 . 



Negro ) 



women 



ALICE DAVISON vid: 
EDWARD SHARPLES 

22 2 



THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



Living 
JONE DAVIES 

GEORGE SANDS Trasu' 
Cap: W M PERCE 
JONE PERCE 
ROBERT HEDGES 
HUGH W" [WILLIAMS] 
THOMAS MOULSTON 
HENRY FARMOR 
JOHN LIGIITFOOTE 
THOMAS SMITH 
ROGER RUESE 
ALLEXANDER GILL 
JOHN CARTWRIGHT 
ROBERT AUSTINE 
EDWARD BRICKE 
WILLIAM RAVENETT 
JOCOMB ANDREWS 
vx 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 

Cap: ROGER SMITH 
M rs SMITH 



Living 

ELIZABETH SALTER 
SARA MACOCKE 
ELIZABETH ROLFE 
CIIRI: LAWSON 
vxor ciiis LAWSON 
FRANCES FOULLER 
CHARLES WALLER 
HENRY BOOTH 



Cap: RAPH HAMOR 
M'-s HAMOR 
JEREME CLEMENT 
ELIZABETH CLEMENT 
SARA LANGLEY 
SISLEY GREENE 
ANN ADDAMS 
ELKINTON RATCLIFE 
FRANCIS GIBSON 
JAMES YEMANSON 



JOHN PONTES 
CHRISTOPHER BEST. 
THOMAS CLARKE 
M r REIGNOLD'S 
Mr HICK MORE 

VX HlCKMORE 

SARA RIDDALL 



EDWARD BLANEY 
EDWARD HUDSON 
vx HUDSON 
WILLIAM HARTLEY 
JOHN SHELLEY 
ROBERT BEW 
WILLIAM WARD 



THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



'75 



Living 

THOMAS MENTIS [or MEUTIS] 
ROBERT WHITMORE 
ROBERT CHAUNTREE 
ROBERT SIIEPPARD 
WILLIAM SAWIER 
LANSLOTT DAMPORT 
MATH: LOYD 
THOMAS OTTWAY 
THOMAS CROUCH 
ELIZABETH STARKEY 
ELINOR 

M rs PERRY 

infans PERRY 

FRANCES CHAPMAN 

GEORGE GRAUES* [GRAVES] 

vx GRAUES* 

REBECCA SNOWE 

SARA SNOWE 

JOHN ISGRAUE [ISGRAVE] 

MARY ASCOMBE vid 

BENAMY BUCKE 

GERCYON BUCKE 

PELEG BUCKE 

MARA BUCKE 

ABRAM PORTER 

BRIGETT CLARKE 

ABIGALL ASCOMBE 

JOHN JACKSON 

vx JACKSON 

EPHRAIM JACKSON 



M r JOHN BURROWS 
M r s BURROWS 



Living 

ANTHONY BURROWS 
JOHN COOKE 
NICHOLAS GOULDSMITH 
ELIAS GAILE 
ANDREW HOWELL 
ANN ASHLEY 

JOHN SOUTHERN 
THOMAS PASMORE 
ANDREW RALYE 



NATH: JEFFERYS 
vx JEFFERYS 
THOMAS HEBBS 



CLEM T DILKE 
M rs DILKE 
JOHN HINTON 



RICHARD STEPHENS 
WASSELL RAYNER 
vx RAYNER 
JOHN JACKSON 
EDWARD PRICE 
OSTEN SMITH 
THOMAS SPILMAN 
BRYAN CAWT 



GEORGE MINIFY 
MOVES STON 



Cap': HOLMES 
M r CALCKER 
M rs CALCKER 
infans CALCKER 



[Might be read as CRANES.] 



THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



Living 

PECEABLE SHERWOOD 
ANTHONY WEST 
HENRY BARKER 
HENRY SCOTT 
MARGERY DAWSE 



Mr CANN 
Cap: HARTT 
EDWARD SPALDING 
vx SPALDING 
piier SPALDING 
Puella SPALDING 
JOHN HELIN 
vx HELIN 
pucr HELIN 
infans HELIN 



THOMAS GRAVE et vx 
JONE GRAVE 
WILLIAM GRAVE 
RICHARD YOUNGE 
vx YOUNGE 
JONE YOUNGE 

RANDALL SMALWOOD 
JOHN GREENE 
WILLIAM MUDGE 



M r * SOTHEY 

ANN SOTHEY 
ELIN PAINTER 

GOODMAN WEBB 



Living 

in the inainc 
RICHARD ATKINS 
vx ATKINS 
WILLIAM BAKER 
EDWARD OLIVER 
SAMWELL MORRIS 
ROBERT DAVIS 
ROBERT LUNTHORNE 
JOHN VERNIE 
THOMAS WOOD 
THOMAS REES 



MICHEALL BATT 
vx BATT 

vid's TlNDALL 

M r STAFFERTON 
vx STAFFERTON 
JOHN FISHER 
JOHN ROSE 

THOMAS THORNEGOOD 
JOHN BADSTON 
SUSAN BLACKWOOD 



THOMAS KINSTON 
ROBERT SCOTTESMORE 
ROGER 'KID 

NICHOLAS BULLINGTON 
NICHOLAS MARTTIN 



JOHN CARTER 

CHRISTOPHER HALL 

DAVID ELLIS 

vx ELLIS 

JOHN FROGMORTOX 

ROBERT MARSHALL 



THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



'77 



, Living 
THOMAS SWNOW* 
JOHN SMITH 
LAWRANCE SMALPAGE 
THOMAS CROSSE 
THOMAS PRICHARD 
RICHARD CROUCH 



CHRISTOPHER REDHEAD 
HENRY BOOTH 



RICHARD CARVEN 
vx CARVEN 
JOHN HOWELL 
WILLIAM BURTT 
WILLIAM STOCKER 
NICHOLAS ROOTE 



infans 



SARA KIDDALL 

( KIDDALL 
I KIDDALL 
EDWARD FISHER 
RICHARD SMITH 
JOHN WOLRICH 
M rs WOLRICH 
JONATHIN GILES 
CHRISTOPH: RIPEN 
THOMAS BANKS 
FRANCES BUCHER 
HENRY DAWLEN 
ARTHUR CHANDLER 
RICHARD SANDERS 
THOMAS HELCOTT 
THOMAS HICHCOCKE 



Living 

GRIFFINE GuNiEf 
THOMAS OSBOURN 
RICHARD DOWNES 
WILLIAM LAWRELL 

THOMAS JORDAN 

EDWARD BUSBEE 

HENRY TURNER 

JOSUA CREW 

ROBERT HUTCHINSON 

THOMAS JONES 

v.v JONES 

REIGNOLD MORECOCKE et vx 

RICHARD BRIDGWATTER et [vx 

M r THO: BUN 
M rs BUN 
THOMAS SMITH 
ELIZABETH HODGES 



WILLIAM KEMP 
i'x KEMP 

HUGH BALDWINE 

vx BALDWINE 
JOHN WILMOSE 



THOMAS DOE 
vx DOE 



GEORGE FRYER 
vx FRYER 
STEPHEN WEBB 



* [Clearly so in the original.] 
t [Apparently so ; but it might also be read as GUME, or GUIXE.] 



i 7 8 



THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



Living 

in yams Hand 
JOHN OSBOURN 
VX OSBOVRN [OSBOURN] 
GEORGE POPE 
ROBERT CUNSTABLE 



infans 



WILLIAM JONES 

vx JONES 

JOHN JOHNSON 

vx JOHNSON 

f JOHNSON 
I JOHNSON 

JOHN HALL 

vx HALL 

WILLIAM COOKSEY 

vx COOKSEY 

infans COOKSEY 

ALICE KEAN 



ROBERT FITTS . 
vx FITTS 
JOHN REDDISH 

JOHN GREVETT 
vx GREVETT 
JOHN WEST 
THOMAS WEST 
HENRY GLOVER 

GOODMAN STOIKS* 
vx STOIKS 
infans STOIKS 
M r ADAMS 
M r LEET 



Living 

WILLIAM SPENCE 
vx SPENCE 
infans SPENCE 
JAMES TOOKE 
JAMES ROBERTS 
ANTHONY HARLOW 



SARA SPENCE 
GEORGE SHURKE 
JOHN BOOTH 
ROBERT BENNETT 

y neck of land. 
M r KlNGSMEALE 
VX KlNGSMEALE 

. , f KlNGSMEALE 

infans \ 

(. KlNGSMEALE 

RAPH GRIPHIN 
FRANCES COMPTON 
JOHN SMITH 
JOHN FILMER 
EDWARD a Negro 
THOMAS SULLEY 
vx SULLEY 
THOMAS HARWOOD 
GEORGE FEDAM 
PETER STABER 
THOMAS POPKIN 
THOMAS SIDES 
RICHARD PERSE 
vx PERSE 
ALLEN his man 
ISABELL PRATT 



[First written STOCKS, then altered.] 



THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



179 



Living 

THOMAS ALNUTT 
vx ALNUTT 
JOHN PAINE 
ROGER REDES 
ELINOR SPRAD 

Ouer the River 
JOHN SMITH 
vx SMITH 
infans SMITH 
JOHN VERGO 
RICHARD FENN 
WILLIAM RICHARDSON 
ROBERT LINDSEY 
RICHARD DOLFEMB 
JOHN BOTTAM 
JOHN ELLIOTT 
SUSAN BARBER 
THOMAS GATES 
v x GATES 
PERCIVALL WOOD 
ANTHONY BURRIN 
WILLIAM BEDFORD 
WILLIAM SAND'S 
JOHN PROCTOR 
M rs PROCTOR 
PHETTIPLACE CLOSE 
HENRY HORNE 
RICHARD HORNN 
THOMAS FLOWER 
WILLIAM BULLOCKE 
ELLIAS HINTON 
JOHN FOXEN 
EDWARD SMITH 



Living 

JOHN SKINNER 
MARTINE DE MOONE 
WILLIAM NAILE 
THOMAS FITTS 
ELIZABETH ABBITT 
ALICE Firrs 

At y' Plantacoit, oner ag 1 James 

Cittie 

Cap': SAM: MATHEWS 
BENIAMIN OWIN 
RICE AP WILLIAMS 
JlRO a Negro 
WALTER PARNELL 
WILLIAM PARNELL 
MARGREAT ROADES 
JOHN WEST 
FRANCIS WEST Vid 
THOMAS DAYHURST 
ROBERT MATHEWS 
ARTHUR GOULDSMITH 
ROBERT WILLIAMS 
MORICE LOYD 
ARON CONWAY 
WILLIAM SUTTON 
RICHARD GREENE 
MATHEW HAMAN 
SAMWELL DAVIES 
JOHN THOMAS 
JOHN DOCKER 
ABRAM WOOD 

MlCHEALL LUPWORTH 

JOHN DAVIES 
LEWIS BALY 

23 



i8o 



THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



J. iving 

JAMKS DAKIKS 
ALICE HOLMES 
HEXRY BARLOW 
THOMAS BUTTON 
EDMOKD WIIITT 
ZACHARIA CRISPE 
JOHN BURLAND 
THOMAS HAWKINS 
THOMAS PHILLIPS 
PAULE REINOLD'S 
NICH: SMITH 
ELIZABETH WILLIAMS 
HUGH CRUDER 
EDWARD HUDSON 
ROBERT SHEPPARD 
THOMAS OTTAWELL 
THOMAS CROUCH 
ROBERT BEW 
JOHN RUSSELL 
ROBERT CHANTRY 
GEORGE RODGERS 
LANSLOTT DAMPORTT 
JOHN SHULE 
NATH: LOYD 
WILLIAM SAWYER 
WILLIAM WARD 
WILLIAM HARTLY 
JERIME WHITT 
Liuetenht PURFREY 
EDWARD GRINDALL 
Mr SWIFT 
WILLIAN HAMES* 



Living 

GEORGE GURR 
HENRY WOOD 
JOHN BALDWINE 
JOHN NEEDOME 
WILLIAM BINCKS 
NICHOLAS TOMPSON 
JOHN DENCY [or DEUCY] 
ERASMUS CARTTER 
JOHN EDWARD'S 
GEORGE BAYLEY 
GEORGE SPARKE 
NICHOLAS COMIN 
NICHOLAS ARRAS 
MARTTIN TVRNER 
JOHN STONE infans 
DAVY MANSFIELD 
JOHN DENMARKE 
ELIZABETH RUTTEN 
GOODWIFE BINCKS 
a servant of m r MoREWOOD's 

the glase hoivse 
VlNCENCIO 

BERNARDO 

OULD SHEPPARD his sonn 
RICHARD TARBORER 
Mrs BARNARDO 

At Arc/mrs hoop. 

Leftennat HARRIS 
ROWLAND LOTTIS 
I'X LOTTIS 



* [There is a riot above this word, but I fancy it is of later date than the original writing 
If it be part of the word, we must read the name as HAINES.] 



THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



181 



Living 

JOHN ELISON 

vx ELISON 

GEORGE SANDERS 

THOMAS CORDER 

JOSEPH JOHNSON 

GEORG PRAN 

JOHN BOTTOM 

THOMAS FARLY 

vx FARLEY 

a Child 

NICHOLAS SHOTTON 

At Hogg Hand 

DAVID SAND RS mfister [minister] 

JOHN VTIE [UTIE] 

Mrs VTIE 

JOHN VTIE infrias [infans] 

WILLIAM TYLER 
ELIZABETH TYLER 
RICHARD WHITBY 
WILLIAM RAMSHAW 
RICE WATKINS 
THOMAS FOSKEW lost 
HENER ELSWORU 
THOMAS CAUSEY 
GEORGE VNION* [UNION] 
HENRY WOODWARD 
ROGER WEBSTER 
JOHN DOUSTON 
JOSEPH JOHNSON 
RICHARD CROCKER Child 
WILLIAM HICHCOCKE, lost 
GEORGE PROWSE 
ROBERT PARRAMORE 



L iving 

JOHN JARVICE, ats, GLOVER 
JOHN BROWNE 
WILLIAM BURCIIER 
JOHN BURCHER 
JOHN FULWOOD 
THOMAS BRANSBY 
THOMAS COLLY 
THOMAS SIMPSON- 
THOMAS POWELL 
NICHOLAS LONGE 

At martins hundred 

WILLIAM HARWOOD 

SAMWELL MARCH 

HUGH HUES 

JOHN JACKSON 

THOMAS WARD 
JOHN STEVANS 
HUMPHRY WALDEN 
THOMAS DOUGHTIE 
JOHN HASLEY 
SAMWELL WEAVER 
Vid's JACKSON 
filia JACKSON 
r * TAYLOR ) 
ANN WINDOK 
ELIZABETH BYGRAUE 
M r LAKE 

M r BURREN 

[OHN STONE 
SAMWELL CULLEY 
foHN HELLINE 
HELLIN 



[I am not quite sure as to this name ; it certainly miff At be read as ViNuN.J 

.232 



182 



THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



Living 

a french man et i<x 
THOMAS SIBERY 

At Wanvick Squeakc 

JOHN BATT 
HENRY PINFFE 
WASSELL WEBLIN 
ANTHONY READ 
FRANCES WOODSON 
HENRY PHILLIPS 
FETTER COLLINS 
CHR: REINOLD'S 
EDWARD MABIN 
JOHN MALDMAN 
THOMAS COLLINS 
GEORGE RUSHMORE 
THOMAS SPENCER 
GEORGE CLARKE 
RICH: BARTLETT 
FRANCS" BANKS 
JOHN JENKINS 
THOMAS JONES 
WILLIAM DENHAM 
PETER , 
ANTHONY / 
FRANC'S f ne S res 
MARGRETT J 
JOHN BENNETT 
NICHOLAS SKINNER 
JOHN ATKINS 
JOHN POLLENTIN 
RACHELL POLLENTIN 
MARGRETT POLLENTIN 
MARY a maid 



Living 

HENRY WOODWARD 
THOMAS SAWYER 
THOMAS a boye 

At the Indian thickett 

HENRY WOODALL 
GREGORY DORY 
JOHN FOSTER 
JOHN GREENE 
JOHN WARD 

CHRIST6: WlNDMILE 

RICHARD RAPIER 
CUTBERT PEIRSON 
ADAM RUMELL 
RICHARD ROBINSON 
JAMES a french ma 

At Elizabeth Cittye 

Cap ISACKE WHITTAKERS 
MARY WHITTAKERS 
CHARLES ATKINSON 
CHARLES CALTHROP 
JOHN LANKFEILD 
BRIDG'S FREEMAN 
NICHOLAS WESELL 
EDWARD LOYD 
THOMAS NORTH 
ANTHONY MIDDLETON 
RICHARD POPELY 
THOMAS HARDING 
WILLIAM JOY 
RAPH OSBORNE 
EDWARD BARNES 
THOMAS THORNGOOD 






THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



183 



Living 
ANN ATTKINSON 

LANKFEILD 

MEDCLALFE* 
GEORGE NUCE 
ELIZABETH WHITTAKEUS 
GEORGE ROADS 
EDWARD JOHNSON 
WILLIAM FOULLER 
REINOLD GOODWYN 
JAMES LARMOUNT 
JOHN JACKSON 
vid's JOHNSON 
vid's FOWLER 
2 french men 
GEORGE MEDCALFE 
WALTER ELY 
THOMAS LANE 
BARTHELMEW HOPKINS 
JOHN JEFFERSON 
ROBERT THRESHER 
JOHN ROWES 
M r YATES 
ROBERT GOODMAN 
vx ELY 
infans ELY 

Cap RAWLEIGH CRASH AW 
ROBERT WRIGHT 
JAMES SLEIGHT 
JOHN WELCHMAN 
JOHN MORE 
HENRY POTTER 
M r ROSWELL 
WILLIAM GAWNTLETT 



pue 



Living 

OSBORNE SMITH 
vx MORE 
vx WRIGHT 
vx WRIGHT 
filia WRIGHT 
THOMAS DOWSE 
SAMWELL BENNETT 
WILLIAM BROWNE 
WILLIAM ALLEN 
LEWIS WELCHMAN 
ROBERT MORE 
M DOWSE 
vx BENNETT 

| BENNETT 

I BENNETT 

At Bticke Row 
THOMAS FLINT 
JOHN HAMPTON 
RICHARD PEIRSBY 
WILLIAM ROOKINS 
ROWLAND WILLIAMS 
STEVEN DIXON 
THOMAS RISBY 
HENRY WHEELER 
JAMES BROOKS 
SAMWELL KENNELL 
JOHN CARNING 
THOMAS NEARES 
ROBERT SALVADGE 
WILLIAM BARRY 
JOSEPH HATFIELD 
EDWARD MARSHALL 
AMBROSE GRIFFITH 



[Query MEDCALFE. See twelve lines below.] 



1 84 



THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



Living 

FETTER ARRUXDELL 
ANTHONY BONALL } frcnchnlcn 

LA GAURD 
JAMES BONALL 
JOHN ARRUNDELL 
JOHN HANIE [or HAINE] 
NICH: Row 
RICHARD ALTHROP 
JOHN LOYD 
urHAMK* 
vx HAMPTON 
ELIZABETH ARRUNDELL 
MARGREAT ARRUNDELL 

At Basse Choise 
Cap: NETHANIEL BASSE 
SAMWELL BASSE 
BENIAMIN SIMES 
THOMAS SHEWORD 
BENIAMINE HANDCLEARE 
WILLIAM BARNARD 
JOHN SHELLEY 
NATHANIELL MOPER 
NATHA: GAUMON 
MARGRETT GILES 
RICHARD LONGE 
vx LONGE 
infans LONGE 
RICHARD EVANS 
WILLIAM NEWMAN 
JOHN ARMY 
PETER LANGDEN 



L iving 
HENRY 

ANDREW RAWLEY 
FETTER 

more at Elizabeth Cittic 

Liuetennat SHEPPARU 
JOHN POWELL 
JOHN WOOLF.V 
CATHREN POWELL 
JOHN BRADSTON 
FRANC'S PITTS 
GILBERTT WHITFEILD 
PETER HEREFORD 
THOMAS FAULKNER 
ESAW DE LA WARE 
WILLIAM CORNIE 
THOMAS CURTISE 
ROBERT BRITTAINE 
ROGER WALKER 
HENRY KERSLEY 
EDWARD MORGAINE 
ANTHONY EBSWORTH 
AGNES EBSWORTH 
ELINOR HARRIS 
THOMAS ADDISON 
WILLIAM LONGE 
WILLIAM SMITH 
WILLIAM PINSEN 

Cap W M TUCKER 
Cap NICH: MARTEAW 
Leftermt ED: BARKLY 



* [It is possible that a dot may have been omitted from this word, and that the lady's name 
should be read HANIE or HAINE : she may have been wife to the man mentioned four lines 
above.] 



THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



'85 



Living 

DANIELL TANNER 
JOHN MORRIS 
GEORG THOMSON 
PAULE THOMSON 
WILLIAM THOMSON- 
PASTA CHAMPIN 
STEPHEN SHERE 
JEFFERY HALL 
RICH: JONES 
WILLIAM HUTCHINSON 
RICHARD APLETON 
THOMAS EVANS 
WESTON BROWNE 
ROBERT MOUNDAY 
STEVEN CVLLOE 
RAPH ADAMS 
THOMAS PHILLIPS 
FRANCIS BARRETT 
MARY TUCKER 
JANE BRAKLEY 
ELIZABETH HIGGINS 
MARY MOUNDAY 
CHOUPOUKE an Indian 
ANTHONY I Negres 

ISSABELLA ) 
Leftenht LUPO 
PHILLIP LUPO 
BARTHOLMEW WETHERSBY* 
HENRY DRAPER 
JOSEPH HAMAN 
ELIZABETH LUPO 
ALBIANO WETHERSLY* 
JOHN LAYDON 



Living 
ANN LAYDON 
VIRGINIA LAYDON 
ALICE LAYDON 
KATHERNE LAYDON 
WILLIAM EVANS 
WILLIAM JULIAN 
WILLIAM KEMP 
RICHARD WITII'E [WITHERE] 
JOHN JORNALL 
WALTER MASON 
SARA JULIAN 
SARA GOULDOCKE 
JOHN SALTER 
WILLIAM COALE 
JERENY DICKENSON 
LAWRANCE PEELE 
JOHN EVANS 
MARKE EVANS 
GEORGE EVANS 
JOHN DOWNEMAN 
ELIZABETH DOWNEMAN 
WILLIAM BALDWIN 
JOHN SIBSEY 
WILLIAM CLARKE 
RICE GRIFFINE 
JOSEPH MOSLEY 
ROBERT SMITH 
JOHN CHEESMAN 
THOMAS CHEESMAN 
EDWARD CHEESMAN 
PETTER DICKSON 
JOHN BAYNAN 
ROBERT SWEET 



* [Sic in orig.] 



i86 



THE LI WAG IN VIRGINIA. 



Living 

JOHN PAKRETT 
WILLIAM FOUKS 
JOHN CLACKSON 
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. child 
THOMAS WILLOWBEY 
OLIUER 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 
REYNOLD BOOTH 
MARY 



Living 

ELIZABETH BOOTH child 
Cap: THO: DAVIES 
JOHN DAVIES 
THOMAS HUGES 
WILLIAM KILDRIDGE 
ALEXAND" MOUNTNEY 
EDWARD BRYAN 
PERSIVALL IBOTSON 
JOHN PENRICE 
ROBERT LOCKE 
ELIZABETH IBOTSON 
ANN IBOTSON 
EDWARD HILL 
THOMAS BEST 
HANNA HILL 
ELIZABETH HILL 
ROBERT SALFORD 
JOHN SALFORD 
PHILLIP CHAPMAN 
THOMAS PARTER 
MARY SALFORD 
FRANCIS CHAMBERLIN 
WILLIAM HILL 
WILLIAM HARRIS 
WILLIAM WORLIDGE 
JOHN FORTH 
THOMAS SPILMAN 
REBECCA CHAMBER LIN 
ALICE HARRIS 
PHAROW PHLINTON 
ARTHUR SMITH 
HUGH HALL 
ROBERT SABIN 
JOHN COOKER 



THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



187 



Living 

HUGH DlCKEN 
WILLIAM GAYNE 
RICHARD MINTREN Junio r 
JOANE FLINTON 
ELIZABETH FLINTON 
REBECCA COUBBER 
RICHARD MINTREN senior 
JOHN FRYE 
WILLIAM BROOKS 
SIBILE BROOKS 
WILLIAM BROOKS 
THOMAS CRISPE 
RICHARD PACKE 
MILES PRICHETT 
THOMAS GODBY 
MARGERY PRICHETT 
JONE GOODBY 
JONE GRINDRY 
JOHN JUIMAN 
MARY GRINDRY 
JOHN GRINDRY child 
JOHN WAINE 
ANN WAINE 
MARY ACKLAND 
GEORGE ACKLAND 
JOHN HARLOW 
WILLIAM CAPP'S 
EDWARD WATTERS 
PAULE HARWOOD 
NICH: BROWNE 
ADAM THROUGOOD 
RICHARD EAST 
STEPHEN READ 
GRACE WATTERS 



Living 

WILLIAM WATTERS 
WILLIAM GANEY 
HENRY GANEY 
JOHN ROBINSON 
ROBERT BROWNE 
THOMAS PARRISH 
EDMOND SPALDEN 
ROGER FARBRACKE 
THEODER JONES 
WILLIAM BALDWIN 
LUKE ADEN 
ANNA GANY 
ANNA GANY fillia 
ELIZABETH POPE 
REBECCA HATCH 
THOMASIN LOXMORE 
THOMAS GARNETT 
ELIZABETH GARNETT 
SUSSAN GARNETT 
FRANCES MICHELL 
JONAS STOCKTON 
THIMOTHEE STOCKTON 
WILLIAM COOKE 
RICHARD BOULTEN 
FRANCES HILL 

JOHN JACKSON 

RICHARD DAVIES 

ANN COOKE 

DICTRAS CHRISMUS 

THOMAS HILL 

ARTHUR DAVIES 

WILLIAM NEWCOME 

ELIZABETH CHRISMUS 

JOANE DAVIES 



i88 



THE LIVING TN VIRGINIA. 



Living 

THOMAS HETHERSALL 
WILLIAM DOUGLAS 
THOMAS DOUTHORN 
ELIZABETH DOUTHORN 
SAMWELL DOUTHORN a bo[y] 
THOMAS an Indian 
JOHN HAZARD 
JOANE HAZARD 
HENRY 
FRANCES MASON 

MlCHEALL WlLCOCKS 

WILLIAM QUERKE 
MARY MASON 
MAUDLIN WILCOCKS 
M r KETH mister 
JOHN BUSH 
JOHN Coop [COOPER] 
JONADAB ILLETT 
JOHN BARNABY 
JOHN SEAWARD 
ROBERT NEWMAN 
WILLIAM PARKER 
THOMAS SNAPP 
CLEMENT EVANS 
THOMAS SPILMAN 
THOMAS PARRISH 

At the Eastern Sliore 

Cap WILLIAM EPPS 
M rs EPPS 
FETTER EPPS 
WILLIAM 
EDMOND CLOAKE 
WILLIAM BIBBY 



Living 
THOMAS CORNISH 
JOHN FISHER 
WILLIAM DRY 
HENRY WILSON 
FETTER PORTER 
CHRISTO: CARTTER 
JOHN SumFiLL 
NICHOLAS GRAUNGER 
JAMES vocat PIPER 
EDWARD 
JOHN 
THOMAS 
GEORGE 

CHARLES FARMER 
JAMES KNOTT 
JOHN ASCOMB 
ROBERT FEN NELL 
PHILLIP 

DANIELL COGLEY 
WILLIAM ANDREWS 
THOMAS GRAUES 
JOHN WILCOCKS 
THOMAS CRAMPE 
WILLIAM COOMES 
JOHN PARSONS 
JOHN COOMES 
JAMES CHAMBERS 
ROBERTT BALL 
GOODWIFE BALL 
THOMAS HALL 
ISMALE HILLS 
JOHN TYERS 
WALTER SCOTT 
GOODWIFE SCOTT 



THE LIVING IN VIRGINIA. 



189 



Living 

ROBERT EDMOND'S 
THOMAS HICHCOCKE 
JOHN EVANS 
HENRY WATTKINS 
PEREGREE WATTKINS 
DANIELL WATTKINS 
JOHN BLOWER 
GODY BLOWER 
JOHN 

a boy of M r CANS [or CAUS] 
JOHN How 
JOHN BUTTERFEILD 
WILLIAM DAVIES 
FETTER LONGMAN 
JOHN WILKINS 
GOODWIFE WILKINS 
THOMAS POWELL 
GODY POWELL 
THOMAS PARKE 



Living 

WILLIAM SMITH 
EDWARD DREW 
NICHOLAS HOSKINS 

and his Child 
WILLIAM WILLIAMS 
Mrs WILLIAMS 
JOHN THROGMORTON 
BENNANINE* KNIGHT 
CHAD GUNSTON 
ABRAM ANALIN [or AUALIN, 

i.e. AVALTN] 
THOMAS BLACK LOCKE 
JOHN BARNETT 
THOMAS SAVADGE 
WILLIAM BEANE 
SALOMAN GREENE 
JOHN WASBORNE 
WILLIAM OUILLS. 



* [Evidently a misspelling for BENJAMINE.] 



24 2 



A List of the names of the Dead in 
Yirgn a since Aprill last 

february 16: 1623 



Collcdg 

JOHN WOOD -. 

WILLIAM MORE 
THOMAS NAYI.OR }-kild 
JOHN HUNTER 
JAMES HOWELL 
WILLIAM LAMBERTT 

At t/te neck of land 
MOSES CONYERS 
GEORGE GRIMES 
WILLIAM CLEMENTS 
THOMAS FERNLEY kid [killed] 
EDWARD 

At Jurdains Jorncy 
ROGER MUCH 
MARY REEFE 
ROBERT WINTER 
ROBERT WOOD'S 
RICHARD SHREIFE 
THOMAS BULL 
JOHN KINTON 
DANIELL 

At west and Sherlow hundred 
SAMWELL FOREMAN 
ZOROBABELL 



2 Indians 

one Negar 

THOMAS ROBERTS 

JOHN EDMONDS 

JOHN LASEY 

DANIELL FRANCKE 

Cap: NATH WEST 

CHRISTOPHER HARDING kild 

At flower de hundred 
JOHN MAYOR 
WILLIAM WAYCOME 
THOMAS PRISE 
ROBERT WALKIN 
JOHN FETHERSTON 
JOHN AP ROBERTS 
RICHARD JONES 
RICHARD GRIFFIN 
RICHARD RANKE [or RAUKE] 
WILLIAM EDGER 
JOHN FRY 
DIXI CARPENTER 
WILLIAM SMITH 
JAMES CINDUARE* 
EDWARD TEMPLE 
SARA SALFORD 



* [Spelling not very clear ; may be read ClNDNAKE or CINDVARE.] 



THE DEAD IN VIRGINIA. 



191 



Dead 

JOHN STANSON 
CHRISTO: EVANS 

At James Ciltie 
M r SOTHEY 
JOHN DUMPONT 
THOMAS BROWNE 
HENRY SOTHEY 
THOMAS SOTHEY 
MARY SOTHEY 
ELIZABETH SOTHEY 
THOMAS CLARKE 
MARGRETT SHRAWLEY 
RICHARD WALKER 
VALLENTYN GENTLER 
FETTER BRISHITT 
HUMPHRY BOYSE 
JOHN WATTON 
ARTHUR EDWARD'S 
THOMAS FISHER 
WILLIAM S PENCE ) j . 
M 1 " 5 SPENCE ) 
GEORGE SHARKS 
JOHN BUTH 
M r COLLINS 

vx 

M r PEGDEN 
FETTER DE MAINE 
GOODMAN ASCOMB 
GOODMAN WITTS 
WILLIAM KERTON 
Mr ATKINS 
THOMAS HAKES 
FETTER GOULD 



Dead 

ROBERT RAFFE 
AMBROSE FRESEY 
HENRY FRY 
JOHN DINSE 
THOMAS TINDALL 
RICHARD KNIGHT* 
JOHN JEFFEREYS* 
JOHN HAMUN* 
JOHN MERIDIEN* 
JOHN COUNTWANE* 
THOMAS GUINE [or GUNIE]* 
THOMAS SOMERSALL 
WILLIAM ROWSLEY 
ELIZABETH ROWSLEY 
a maid of thers 
ROBERT BENNETT 
THOMAS ROPER 

M r FlTZIEFFERYS 

M f s SMITH 
FETTER MARTTIN 
JAMES JAKINS 
M r CRAPPLACE 
JOHN LULLETT 
ANN DIXON 
WILLIAM HOWLETT 
M r FURLOW S child 
JACOB PROPHETT. 
JOHN REDING 
RICHARD ATKINS his child 
JOHN BAYLY 

WILLIAM JONES his s r vant 
JOHN M r PEARNS servant 
JOSIAS HARTT 
JUDITH SHARP 



* [See next page, where these names are repeated.] 



192 



THE DEAD IN VIRGINIA. 



Dead 
ANN OUAILE 

REIGNOLD'S 
WILLIAM DIER 
MARY DIER 
THOMAS SEXTON 
MARY BAWDRYE 
EDWARD NORMANSELL 
HENRY FELL 

ENIMS [or EUIMS] 
ROGER TURNOR 
THOMAS GUINE [or GUNIE]* 
JOHN COUNTWAY* 
JOHN MERIDAY* 
BENIAMINE VsHERf 
JOHN HAMAN* 
JOHN JEFFERYES* 
RICHARD KNIGHT* 
JOHN WALKER 

HOSIER 

WILLIAM JACKSON 
WILLIAM APLEBY 
JOHN MANBY 
ARTHUR COOKE 
STEPHEN 

At f Plantacoii oner against 

James Cittic- 
HUMPHRY CLOUGH 
MORRIS CHALONER 
SAMWELL BETTON 
JOHN GRUFFIN 
WILLIAM EDWARDS 
WILLIAM SALSBURY 



Dead 

MATHEW GRIFFINE 
ROBERT ADWARD'S 
JOHN JONES 
THOMAS PRICHARD 
THOMAS MORGAINE 
THOMAS BIGGS 
NICHOLAS BUSHELL 
ROBERT WILLIAMS 
ROBERT REYNOLD'S 
EDWARD HUIES 
THOMAS FOULKE 
NATHEW JENINGS 
RICHARD MORRIS 
FRANCES BARKE 
JOHN EwiNsf 
SAMWELL FISHER 
JOHN Ewis 
JAMES CARTTER 
EDWARD FLETCHER 
ADERTON GREENE 
MORICE BAKER 
ROBERT M r EWINS man 
ROBERT PIDGION 
THOMAS TRIGGS 
JAMES THURSBY 
NICHOLAS THIMBLEBY 
FRANCES MILLETT 
JOHN HOOKS 
THOMAS LAWSON 
WILLIAM MILLER 
NICHOLAS PATRICE 
JOHN CHAMP 
JOHN MANING 



* [It will be noticed that these names, 
given above (see previous page).] 



although in some cases with different spellings, are 
' ' t [Repeated on next page.] 



THE DEAD IN VIRGINIA. 



93 



- Dead 

RICHARD EDMONDS 
DAVID COLLINS 
THOMAS GUINE [or GUNIE]* 
JOHN VICARS 
JOHN MERIDIE* 
BENY VSHER* 

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 
CHRISTO: PITTMAN 
THOMAS WILLER 
SAMWELL FULSHAW 
JOHN WAMSLEY 
ABRAM COLMAN 
JOHN HODGES 
NAAMY BOYLE 

At Hog Hand 
WILLIAM BRAKLEY 
PETTER DUN 
JOHN LONG 

At martins hundred 
HENRY BAGFORD 
NICHOLAS GLEADSTON 



Dead 

NICHOLAS DORINGTON 
RAPII ROGERS 
RICHARD FRETHRAM 

OHN BROGDEN 

fOHN BEANAM 

FRANCES ATKINSON 

ROBERT ATKINSON 

JOHN KERILL 

EDWARD DAVIES 

PERCIVALL MAN 

MATHEW STAUELING 

THOMAS NICHOLLS 

2 Childrens of y e French men 

JOHN PATTISON 

vx PATTISON vkild 

EDWARD WINDOR^ 

THOMAS HORNER 

JOHN WALKER 

THOMAS POPE 

RICHARD STON 

JOHN CATESBY 

RICHARD STEPHENS 

WILLIAM HARRIS 

CHRISTOPHER WOODWARD 

JOSEPH TURNER 

At Wanvicke Squeak 

JOSIAS COLLINS 
CLEMENT WILSON 
WILLIAM ROBINSON 
CHR: RAWSON 
THOMAS WINSLOW 
vx WINSLOW 
infans WlNSLOW 



[Again repetitions. See previous page.] 



194 



THE DEAD IN VIRGINIA. 



Dead 

ALEXANDER SUSSAMES 

THOMAS PRICKF.TT 

THOMAS MADDOX 

JOHN GREENE 

NATHANEL STANBRIDG 

JOHN LITTON 

CHRISTO: ASH 

vx ASH 

infans ASH 

NETHANIEL LAME [^LAINE] \ 

_ fkiki 

JANE FISHER J 

PHILLIP JONES 

EDWARD BANKS 

JOHN SYMONS 

THOMAS SMITH 

THOMAS GRIFFIN 

GEORGE CANE 

ROBERT WHITT 

SYMON an Italian 

At Elizabeth Cittie 
CHARLE MARSHALL 
WILLIAM HOPKICKE 
DORITHIE PARKINSON 

\VlLLIAM ROBERTTS 

JOHN FARRAR 
MARTIN CUFFE 
THOMAS HALL 
THOMAS SMITH 
CHRISTOPH' ROBERTTS 
THOMAS BROWNE 
HENRY FEARNE 
THOMAS PARKINS 
M r HUSSY 



Dead 

JAMES COLLIS 
RAPH ROCKLY 
WILLIAM GEALES 
GEORGE JONES 
ANDREW ALLINSON 
WILLIAM DOWNES 
RICHARD GILLETT 
GOODWIFE NONN [or NOUN] 
HUGO SMALE 
THOMAS WINTERSALL 
JOHN WRIGHT 
JAMES FENTON 
CISELY a Maid 
JOHN GAVETT 

?- Irishmen 
JOHN J 



JOCKY ARMESTRONGE 
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 
BRIGETT SEARLE 
ANTHONY ANDREW 
EDMOND CARTTER 
THOMAS 



THE DEAD IN VIRGINIA. 



'95 



Dead 

WILLIAM GAUNTLETT 

GILBERT kild 

CHRISTO: Welchman 
JOHN MILLIARD* 
GREGORY MILLIARD 
JOHN MILLIARD* 
WILLIAM RICHARDS 
ELIZABETH a maid 
Cap: HITCHCOCKE 
THOMAS KENINSTON 
Cap: LINCOLNE 
CHAD: GULSTONS 
vx GULSTONS 
in/cms GULSTONS 
GEORGE COOKE 
RICHARD GOODCHILD 
CHRISMUS his child 
ELIZABETH MASON 
SYMON WITH 
WHITNEY GUY 
THOMAS BRODBANKE 
WILLIAM BURNHOUSEJ 
JOHN SPARKS 
ROBERT MORGAINE] 
JOHN LOCKE 
WILLIAM THOMPSON 
THOMAS FULHAM 
CUTBERD BROOKS 



Dead 

INNOCENT POORE 
EDWARD D UPPER 
ELIZABETH DA VIES 
THOMAS BUWEN 
ANN BARBER 
WILLIAM LUCOTT 

NICHOLAS kild 

HENRY BRIDGES 
HENRY PAYTON 
RICHARD GRIFFIN 
RAPHE HARRISON 
SAMWELL HARVIE 
JOHN Box 
BENIANINE Box 
THOMAS servant 
FRANCES CHAMBERLINE 
BRIDGETT DAMERON. 
ISARELL KNOWLES 
EDWARD BENDIGE 
WILLIAM DA VIES 
JOHN PHILLIPS 
DANIELL SAUEWELL 

WILLIAM JONES 
ROBERT BALLS wife 
ROBERT LEAUER 
HUGH NICHCOTT 
JOHN KNIGHT. 



* [Sic in orig.] 



196 



THE DEAD IN VIRGINIA. 



JUT of the Ship cald the Furtherance 



JOHN WALKER 

HOSIER 

WILLIAM JACKSON 
WILLIAM APLEBY 



JOHN MANBY 
ARTHUR COOKE 
STEVEN 



|UTof the Gods gift 

M r CLARE master 
WILLIAM BENNETT 



|UT of the Margrett and John. 

M i LANGLEY 

M 1 WRIGHT 

the gunner of the William and John. 



[162 1 ? 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 Ambassador of the Most Serene King of Great 
Britain to go and inJiabit 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 Jtave communicated to the said 
Ambassador, and not otherwise, on tlie faith of which we have unani- 
mously 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. As stated above, the original docu- 
ment is in French. The version here given has the authority of 
Mr. Sainsbury, of Her Majesty's Public Record Office. The signa- 
tures are very indistinctly ivritten^* 

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. 1 1, 1621, and a contemporary copy is 
preserved in the State 1'aper Department of Her Majesty's Public Record Office. It is signed 
by JOHN FERRAK, 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 oatli of allegi- 
ance 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 convenient numbers in 
the principal cities, boroughs, and corporations in Virginia.] 

252 



198 WALLOONS AND FRENCH. 

HENRY LAMBERT, woollen draper ; wife. 

*GEORGE B&AVA, 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 GOURDEMAN, 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. 
*GlLLAlN BROQUE, labourer ; young man. 

GEORGE WAUTRE, musician ; wife and four children. 
*JAN SAGE, serge maker ; wife and six children. 

*MARIE 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. 
*FRAN$OIS 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. 
*GREGOIRE LE JEUNE, shoemaker ; wife and four children. 

MARTIN FRAMERIE, musician ; wife and one child. 



WALLOONS AND FRENCH. 199 

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. 
*MiCHEL 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. 



[MUSTERS 

OF THE 

INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 

I62f] 



[MUSTERS 



OF THE 



INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 

i6af] 



Colleclg 

Land 
llenrico 



JHE MUSTER of the Inhabitant's of the Colleclge: 
Land in Virginia taken the 23* of January 1624. 



Liuetennt THOMAS OSBORNE arived in the Bono, Nova November 1619 

Servant's 

DANIELL SHERLEY aged 30 yeres came in the Bono. Nova 1619 
PEETER JORDEN aged 22 in the London Marchannt 1620 
RICHARD DAVIS aged 16 yeres in the Jonathan 1620* 

ROBERT LAP^VORTH came in the Abigaile 
JOHN WATSON came in the William & Thomas 
EDWARD HOBSON came in the IJoiia Nova 1619 

CHRISTOPHER BRANCH came in the London Marchannt 
MARY his wife in the same Shipp 
THOMAS his sonne aged 9 Month's 

WILLIAM BROWINGE came in the Bona Nova 
MATIIEW EDLOW came in the Ncptnnc 1618 
WILLIAM WELDON came in the Bona Nova 1619 

* [The short rtifcs here and hereafter in these "Musters," indicate the emission of lists of the 
stores brovight by passengers, given in the original, but omitted here as of no general interest.] 

26 



202 MUSTERS OF 2HE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 
Colledge Land. 

FRANCIS WILTON came in the Jonathan 

EZEKIAH RAUGHTON came in the Bona Nova. 
MARGRETT 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 Marcliannt 



jhe MUSTER of the Inhabitant's of the Neck-of- 

Corporation of 

Charles cuty. Land in the Corporation of Charles Cittie in 

Virginia taken the 24* of January 1624. 

LUKE BOYSE aged 44 yeares arived in theEdwine in May 1619 
ALLICE his wife arived in the Bona-Noua in Aprill 1622 

Servant's 

ROBERT HOLLAM aged 23 yeares in the Bonaventure August 1620 
JOSEPH ROYALL aged 22 yeares in the Charitie July 1622 



The MUSTER of JOSUAH CHARD 
JOSUAH ClIARD aged 36 yeares in the Seavcnture May 1607 
ANN his wife aged 33 yeares in the Bony besse August 1623 



The MUSTER of JOHN Don's 

JOHN DOD'S aged 36 yeares in the Susan Constant Aprill 1607 
JANE his wife aged 40 yeares 



The MUSTER of WILLIAM VINCENE 
WILLIAM VINCENE aged 39 yeares in the Mary & James 
JOANE his wife aged 42 yeares 



MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 203 



Charles c\ttie The MUSTER of THOMAS HARRIS 

THOMAS HARRIS aged 38 yeares in the Prosperous in May 

ADRIA his wife aged 23 yeares in the Marniadnke in November 1621 

ANN WOODLASE theire kinswoman aged 7 yeares 

Servant's 
ELIZABETH aged 15 yeares in the Margrett & John 1620 



The MUSTER of JOHN PRICE 

JOHN PRICE aged 40 yeares in the Starr in May 

ANN his wife aged 21 yeares in the Francis Bonavcnliire August 1620 

MARY a Child aged 3 Months 



The MUSTER of HUGH HILTON. 
HUGH HILTON aged 36 yeares in the Edwine in May 1619 



The MUSTER of RICHARD TAYLO" 

/ 

RICHARD TAYLOR aged 50 yeares in the Mary Margrett September 1608 
DOROTHY his wife aged 21 yeares in tins London Marc/taunt May 1620 
MARY theire Child aged 3 months. 

Servant's 
CHRISTOPHER BROWNE aged 18 yeares in the Dutie in May 1620 



The MUSTER of THOMAS OAGE 

THOMAS OAGE aged 40 yeares in the Starr in May 
ANN his wife in the Neptune in August 1618 
EDWARD theire sonn aged 2 yeares, 

26 2 



204 MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 



Charles CiuTe' The MUSTER of ROBERT GREENLEAFE 

ROBERT GREENLEAFE aged 43 yeres in the Tryall August 1610 
SUSAN his wife aged 23 yeres in the Jonathan May 1620 
THOMAS theire sonn aged 3 yeres 
ANN a daughter aged 22 week's 



The MUSTER of HENERY COLTMAN 

HENERY COLTMAN aged 30 yeres in the Noah August 1610 
ANN his wife aged 26 yeres in the London Marchannt May 1620 



The MUSTER of HUGH PRICE 

HUGH PRICE aged 35 years in the William & John January 1618 
JUDITH his wife aged 24 yeres in \h&Marygold May 1619 
JOHN his sonn aged 2 yeres. 



The MUSTER of THOMAS FARMER 
THOMAS FARMER aged 30 yeres in the Tryall 1616 



The MUSTER of THOMAS SHEPPEV 
THOMAS SHEPPEY aged 22 yeres in the Supply January 1620 



The MUSTER of ALLEXANDER BRADWAY 

ALLEXANDER BRADWAY aged 31 yeres in the Supply January 1620 
SISLEY his wife aged 28 yeres in the Jonathan May 1620 
ADRIA theire daughter aged 9 Months. 



MUSTERS OF THE INHABITAN1S IN VIRGINIA. 205 



Neck-of-Land. Jhe M USTER of WlLLIAM SHARP 

Charles Cittie 

WILLIAM SHARP aged 40 yeres in the Starr in May 
ELIZABETH his wife aged 25 yeres in the Bonaventitre August 1620 
ISACK his sonn aged 2 yeres 
SAMUELL his sonn aged 2 Months 

Servant's 
RICHARD VAUSE aged 20 yeres in the Jonathan May 1620 



West&Sheriey The MUSTER of the Inhabitant's of West and 

hundred. 

Charles cutie Sherley Hundred taken the 22 th of January 

1624. 

RICHARD BIGG'S his MUSTER 

RICHARD BIGG'S aged 41 yeres arived in the Swann in August 1610 
SARAH his wife aged 35 yeres in the Marygold May 1618 
RICHARD theire Sonn aged 3 yeres 

THOMAS TURNER his Cozen aged 11 yeres in y e Marygold 1616 
SUSAN OLD his Cozen aged 10 yeres in the Marygold 1616 

Servant's 

JAMES GUY aged 20 yeares in the Marygold 1622 
WILLIAM BROCK aged 26 yeres in the Margrett in May 1622 
EDWARD TEMPLE age 20 yeres in the Margrett May 1622 
MARY PEETERS aged 16 yeres in the London Marchant May 1620 



WILLIAM BAYLEYS MUSTER 

WILLIAM BALEY aged 41 yeares in the Prosperous in May 1610 
MARY his wife aged 24 yeres in the George 1617 
THOMAS his Sonn aged 4 yeares 



206 MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 
West & 

hundr7d. ROBERT PARTINS MUSTER 

ROBERT PARTIN aged 36 yeares in the Blcssinge in June 1609 
MARGRETT his wife aged 36 in the George 1617 
ROBERT ^ / aged 4 Months. 

Avis V theire Children -j aged 5 yeares. 
REBECCA ) ^ aged 2 yeares. 

Servant's 

THOMAS HALE aged 20 yeares in the George 1623 in October 
ELLIN COOKE aged 25 yeares in the London Marcliannt June 1620 



CHRISTOPHER WOODWARD'S MUSTER 

CHRISTOPHER WOODWARD aged 30 yeares in the Tryall'm. June 1620 
JOHN HIGGINS \ h j s tn , s j aged 21 yercs in the George 1616 
RICE HOWE ) t aged 26 yeres in the Giftc 1618 

Servant's 

MATHEW GLOSTER aged 20 yeres in the Warwick 1621 
WILLIAM TOTLE aged 18 yeres in the George 1623 
JOHN CANON aged 20 yeres in the Abigaile 1622 



The MUSTER of AMIAS BOLTE] 
AMIAS BOLTE aged 23 yeares in the Neptune in August 1618 



The MUSTER of JOHN COLLINS 

JOHN COLLINS aged 30 yeares in the Snply 1620 
SUSAN his wife aged 40 yeres in the Treasurer 1613 
ANN VSHER aged 8 yeares born heare 



MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 207 



West& 

The MUSTER of HENERY BENSON 



HENERY BENSON aged 40 yeares in the Francis Bonwenture August 

1620 
NICHOLAS BLACKMAN his ptner aged 40 in the same Shipp 



West & Sherley 

m' THOMAS PAWLETT'S MUSTER 



THOMAS PAWLETT aged 40 yeares in the Neptune in August 1618 

Servant's 
JOHN TRUSSELL aged 19 yeres in the Southampton 1622 



The MUSTER of WILLIAM ASKEW 
WILLIAM ASKEW aged 30 yeres in the Prosperous in May 1610 



The MUSTER of REBECCA ROSE Widdow 

REBECCA ROSE aged 50 yeares in the Mary gold in May 1619 
MARMADUKE HILL j Children j aged 1 1 yeres 1 ^ ^ same shi 
JANE HILL ( aged 14 yeres ) 



The MUSTER of m' s MARY MADDISON Widdow 

MARY MADDISON aged 30 yeares in the Treasuror 1618 
KATHERIN LAYDEN a Child, aged 7 yeares 

Servant's 

JAMES WATSON aged 20 yeares in the George 1623 
ROGER LEWES aged 19 yeares in the Edivin in May 1617 



2o8 MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 
West & Sherley 

The MUSTER of ROBERT* BAGWELL (*" 



HENERY* BAGWELL aged 35 yeares in the Deliverance 1608 
SVMON TURGIS aged 30 yeares in the William & Thomas 1618 

Servant's 

RANDALL BAWDE aged 30 yeares in the Due Returns 1623 
CHARLES aged 19 yeares in the Jacob 1624 



The MUSTER of ROBERT MILNER 

ROBERT MILNER aged 24 yeares in the Francis Bonaventure August 1620 
JOHN PASSEMAN aged 29 yeres in the Jonathan May 1620 
JENKIN OSBORN aged 24 yeres in the George 1617 
WILLIAM WESTON aged 25 yeres in the Jonathan May 1620 



The MUSTER of JOHN THROGMORTON tf 
JOHN THROGMORTON aged 24 yeares in y e William & Thomas 1618 
CHYNA BOYSE aged 26 yeres in the Georg in May 1617 

Servant's 

EDWARD SPARSHOTT aged 31 yeares in the Scafloure 1621 
FRANCIS DOWNING aged 24 yeres in the Returne March 1624 
ELLIS RIPPING aged 23 yeares in the Retnrne 1624 



The MUSTER of ROGER RATLIFE 
ROGER RATLIFE aged 44 yeares in the Gcorg in May 1619 
ANN his wife aged 40 in the George in May 1619 
I SACK his Sonn aged 9 Months 



* [So in the original. It will have been observed, that generally the name in the heading 
is the same as the first name in the list.] 



MUSTEJtS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 209 



Sherley hundred. 

charies cittie The MUSTER of NATHANIELL TATAM 
NATHANIELL TATAM aged 20 yeares in the George May 1619 



The MUSTER of m' s KATHERINE BENETT Widdow 

KATHERINE BENETT aged 24 yeres in the Abigail 1622 
WILLIAM BENETT her sonn aged 3 week's 

Servant's 
RANDALL CREW aged 20 yeres in the Charles 1621 



DEAD at WEST & SHERLEY. and at SHERLEY HUNDRED. 

1624. 

ANDREW DUDLEY, came in the Tnteloue 1622 

RAPH FREEMAN, in the Margctt and John 1622 

m' WILLIAM BENET Minister in the Seafloure 1621 

Cap 1 ISACK MADDESON 

JAMES CROWDER in the Retume 1623 

DANIELL VIERO in the George 1623 

BARNARD JACKSON in the Margrett f John 1623 

THOMAS WESTON in the George 1623 

JAMES ROLFE Liueterint GIBB'S Man 

JOHN MlCHAELL I slaine by the Indians. 

FEANCIS Cap' MADISONS Man. J 



The MUSTER of the Inhabitant's of JORDAKS JORNKV 
taken the 2i th of January 1624 

The MUSTER of m' WILLIAM FERRAR f m' s JORDAN 

WILLIAM FERRAR aged 31 yeares in the Neptune in August 1618 
SiSLEY JORDAN aged 24 yeres in the Swan in August 1610 

27 



210 



MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 



Jordans Jorncy. 
Charles Cittie 

MARY JORDAN her daughter aged 3 yeares , 
MARGRETT JORDAN aged i yeare V borne he arc. 

TEMPERANCE BALEY aged 7 yeares 

Servant's 

WILLIAM DAWSON aged 25 yercs in the Discouery March 1621 
ROBERT TURNER aged 26 yeres in the Tryall June 1619 
JOHN HELY aged 24 yeares in the Charles November 1621 
ROGER PRESTON aged 21 yeares in the Discoucrie March 1621 
ROBERT MANUELL aged 25 yeres in the Charles November 1621 
THOMAS WILLIAMS aged 24 yeares in the Dutic May 1618 
RICHARD JOHNSON aged 22 yeares in the Southampton 1622 
WILLIAM HATFEILD aged in the Southampton 1622 
JOHN PEAD 35 yeares old in the same Shipp 
JOHN FREAME aged 16 yeares in the same Shipp 



The MUSTER of THOMAS PALMER 

THOMAS PALMER arived in the Tyger November 1621 
JOANE his wife in the same Shipp 
PRISILLA her daughter aged xj yeares 

Servant's 
RICHARD ENGLISH aged xj yeares in the James 1622 



The MUSTER of ROBERT FISHER 

ROBERT FiSHER arived in the Ehabcth May 161 1 
KATHERINE his wife in the Marmaduk October 1621 
SlSLY theire daughter aged i ycarc 

Servant's 
IDYE HALLIERS a Maid servant aged 30 yeares in y= Jonathan 1619 



MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 



211 



Jordans Jorney 

The MUSTER of JOHN CLAYE 

JOHN CLAYE arived in the Treasurer February 1613 
ANN his wife in the Ann August 1623 

Servant's 
WILLIAM NlCHOLL's aged 26 yeres in the Dutie in May 1619 



The MUSTER of CHRISTOPHER SAFFORD 

CHRISTOPHER SAFFORD arived in the Treasurer 1613 
JOHN GIBE'S his ptner in the Supply 1619 

Servant's 
HENERY LANE aged 20 yeres in the Southampton 1623 



The MUSTER of HENERY WILLIAMS 

HENERY WILLIAMS arived in the Treasurer 1613 
SUSAN his wife in the William & Thomas 1618 



The MUSTER of WILLIAM BRANLIN 

WILLIAM BRANLIN arived in the Margrctt & John 1620 
ANN his wife in the Tntelone 1622 



The MUSTER of JOHN FLUDD 

JOHN FLUDD arived in the Swan 1610 
MARGETT his wife in the Supply 1620 
FRANCES FINCH her daughter in the Suply 1620 
WILLIAM FLUDD his sonn aged 3 week's. 

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212 



MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 



Jordansjorney. jj^ MUSTER of THOMAS CHAPMAN* 



THOMAS CHAPMAN arived in the Tryall 1610 
ANN his wife in the George 1617 
THOMAS his sonn aged 2 yeare 
ANN theire daughter aged 6 week's 



The MUSTER of JOSEPH BULL 
JOSEPH BULL arived in the Abigaile 1622 



The MUSTER of JOHN DAVIES 

JOHN DAVIES arived in the George 1617 
WILLIAM EMERSON his ptner in the Sampson 1618 

Servant's 

WILLIAM POPLETON aged in the James 1622 
EUSTICE DOWNES aged 25 yeares in the Abigail 1622 



The MUSTER of THOMAS CAWSEY. 
THOMAS CAWSEY arived in the Francis Bonaventure 1620 



The MUSTER of THOMAS IRONMONGER 
THOMAS IRONMONGER arived in the 



The MUSTER of RICHARD MILTON 
RICHARD MILTON arived in the Suffy 1620 



* [The fifth letter of this name is not clear ; the word begins with an ascending letter, and 
misfit be read as CHAPLAIN ; but it is certainly CHAPMAN in the next line.] 



MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 213 



charks citttr The MUSTER of NATHANIELL CAWSEY 

NATHANIELL CAWSEY arived in the Phoenix 1607 
TnOMASlNE his wife in the Lyon 1609 

Servant's 

EDWARD DENISON aged 22 yeares ) 
JAMES BONNER aged 20 yeares } anved m the Traf6mf 
JAMES DORE age 19 yeares in the Bona Nova 1621 
LAURANCE EVANS aged 15 yeares in the James 1622 
JOANE WlNSCOMB aged 20 yeares in the George 1618 



DEAD at JORDANS JORNEY 1624 

LIDIA SHERLEY came in the George 1623 
SUSAN SHERLEY an Infant. 



The MUSTER of the Inhabitant's of CHAPLAINS 
Charles CnovsE and the Trueloucs Company taken the 
i I th January 1624 

The MUSTER of Ensigne ISACK CHAPLAINE 

ISACK CHAPLAINE arived in the Starr 1610 

MARY his wife in the James 1622 

JOHN CHAPLAINE his kinsman aged 15 yeares in the James 1622 

Servant's 

ROBERT HUDSON aged 30 yeares % 
HENERY THORNE aged 18 yeares f 

JOHN DUFFILL aged 14 yeares f"** In the ? ames l622 
IVIE BANTON a Maid servant 
ANN MlGHILL a Maid servant arived in the George 1619 



214 MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 



C ctt !!&* The MUSTER of WALTER PRICE 

WALTER PRICE arived in the IVt'ttm & Thomas 1618 
HENERY TURNER arived in the John & Francis 1615 

Servant's 
EDWARD FALLOWES aged 30 yeares in the Hopewell 1623 



The MUSTER of THOMAS KEIE 

THOMAS KEIE aged 30 ariued in the Prosperous June 1619 
SARAH his wife in the Trnelone 1622 



The MUSTER of JOHN BROWNE 
JOHN BROWNE aged 28 yeares in the Bona Nova Aprill 1621 



The MUSTER of JOHN TREHEARNE 
JOHN TREHEARNE aged 33 yeares in the Trnelone 1622 



The MUSTER of DAVID JONES' 
DAVID JONES aged 22 yeares in the Trnelone 1622 



The MUSTER of JOHN Box 
JOHN Box aged 23 yeares in the Trnelone 1622 



Murderers for the forte 3 



MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 215 



DEAD at CHAPLINS CHOISK 1624. 

HENERY WILSON came in the Trueloue 1622 slaine by ye Indians 
NICHOLAS SUTTON in the James 1622 slaine by the Indians 
NICHOLAS BALDWIN in the Trueloue 1622 slaine by the Indians 
WILLIAM BARNETT in the Trueloue 1623. 



Pierseys The MUSTER of the Inhabitant's of PEIRSEYS HUN 

hundred. 

DRED taken the 2O th of January 1624. 

S AMU ELL SHARPE arived in the Seaventnre 1609 
ELIZABETH his wife in the Margrett and Joint 1621 

Servant's 
HENERY CARMAN aged 23 yeares in the Duty 1620 



The MUSTER of m' GRIVELL POOLEY Minister 

GRIVELL POOLEY arived in the Jawzs 1622 

Servant's 

JOHN CHAMBERS aged 21 yeares in the Bona Nova 1622 
CHARLES MAGNER aged 16 yeres in the George 1623 



The MUSTER of HUMFREY KENT 

HUMFREY KENT arived in the George 1619 

JOANE his wife in the Tyger 1621 

MARGRETT ARRUNDELL aged 9 yeares in the Abigaile 1621 

Servant's 
CHRISTOPHER BEANE aged 40 yeares in the Neptune 1618 



2 1 6 MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 



Tierseys 

hundred. The MUSTER of TlIOMAS DoUGHTIE 

THOMAS DOUGHTIE arived in the Marigold 1619 
ANN his wife in the Marmadukc 1621 



The MUSTER of EDWARD AUBORN 
EDWARD AUBORN arived in the Jonathan 1620 



The MUSTER of WILLIAM BAKER 
WILLIAM BAKER arived in the Jonathan 1609 



The MUSTER of JOHN WOODSON 

JOHN WOODSON 1 . ., ~ 

\ in the George 1619 
SARAH his wife J 



The MUSTER of EDWARD TIIRENORDF.N 

EDWARD THRENORDEN arived in the Diana 1619 
ELIZABETH his wife in the George 1619 



The MUSTER of NICHOLAS BALY 
NICHOLAS BALY arived in the Jonathan 1620 
ANN his wife in the Mannaduk 1621 



The MUSTER of JOHN Lirrs 
JOHN LlPrs arived in the London Marchannt 1621 



MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 217 



arived in the Southampton 1623 



Pierseys hundred. 

The MUSTER of m' ABRAHAM PEIRSEYS Servant's. 

yeres. 

THOMAS LEA aged SCT 

ANTHONY PAGITT 35 

SALOMAN JACKMAN 30 

JOHN DAVIES aged 45 

CLEMENT ROPER 25 

JOHN BATES aged 24 

THOMAS ABBE 20 

THOMAS BROOK'S 23 

WILLIAM JONES 23 

PEETER JONES 24 

PIERCE WILLIAMS 23 

ROBERT GRAUES 30 

EDWARD HUBBERSTEAD 26 

JOHN LATHROP 25 

THOMAS CHAMBERS .. 24 

WALTER JACKSON 24 

HENERY SANDERS 20 

WILLIAM ALLEN 22 

GEORG DAWSON 24 

JOHN VPTON aged 26 in the Bonanova 1622 

JOHN BAMFORD aged 23 yeares in the James 1622 

WILLIAM GARRETT aged 22 in the George 1619 

THOMAS SAWELL aged 26 in the George 1619 

HENERY ROWINGE aged 25 yeares in the Temperance 1621 

NATHANIELL THOMAS aged 23 yeres in the Temperance 1621 

RICHARD BROADSHAW aged 20 yeares in the same Shipp 

ROBERT OKLEY aged 19 yeares in the William & Thomas 1618 

Negro 



Negro 
Negro 
Negro 



'4 Men 



28 



218 MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 

Picrscys hundred. 

ALI.ICE TIIOROWDEN 1 ^ scrvant - s arived in the Southampton 1623 



KATHERINE LEMAN 

Negro Woman. 

Negro Woman and a yong Child of hers. 



S' SAMUELL ARGALL'S Cattell 



DEAD at PEIRSEYS HUNDRED Anno Drii 1624 



JOHN LINICKER. 
EDWARD CARLOWE. 
ROBERT HUSSYE. 
JACOB LARBEE. 



JOHN ENGLISH. 
CHRISTOPHER LEES Wife. 
ELIZABETH JONES. 



pasbeiiaygiH The MUSTER of the Inhabitant's of PASBEIIAYS & 

C orporation 

a'u mes l ^ e MAINE ta k en tne 3"' of January 1624 belong- 

ing to the Corporation of James Citty 
ADAM DlXON arived in the Margrcti cr John 

JOSEPH RYALE arived in the William & Thomas 

GEORGE FRIER arived in the William 6- Thomas 
VRSULA his wife in the London Marcliant 



ALLEN KENISTON arived in the Margrctt & John 



ROBERT PARAMOUR arived in the Sivan 



WILLIAM KEMP arived in the George 
MARGRETT his wife in the George 
ANTHONY his Sonn aged 7 week's 

RICHARD BRIDGWATTER arived in the Londi-n Marchannt 
ISBELL his wife in the same Shipp 



HUGH I-LVWARD arived in the Starr 
SUSAN his wife in the George. 



MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 219 

Pasbehaighs - 
James Citty 

HENERY TURNER arived in the London Marchannt 



JOSEPH CREW arived in the London Marchannt 

THOMAS JONES arived in the London Marchannt 
MARGRETT his wife in the same Shipp 

EDWARD BOURBICTH in the London Marchannt 

REVOLL MORCOCK arived in the Jonathan 

ELIZABETH his wife 

THOMAS his Sonne aged i yeare. 



EDWARD FISHER arived in the Jonathan 
SARAH his wife in the Warwick 
EDWARD KTLDALE her sonn aged 6 ycares 
CLARE REN a girle aged 10 yeares. 

JOHN MOONE arived in the Returne 1623 

Servant's. 
JULIAN HALLERS aged 19 yeares \ 

GILES MARTIN aged 23 yeares >in the Tritelotie 1623 



CLINION RUSH aged 13 yeares 

RICHARD SMITH arived in the London Marchannt 



The MUSTER of the Governors Men at Pasbehaighs 
THOMAS JORDEN aged 24 came in the Diana. 
JOHN MlLNHOUSE aged 36 in the London Marchannt 
RICHARD SANDERS aged 25 in the Francis Bonaventure. 
GRIFFIN WINNE aged 28 in the Francis Bonaventure. 
ARTHURE CHANDLER aged 19 in the Jonatlian. 
WILLIAM DORRELL aged 18 in the Trticlone. 
CHRISTOPHER RIPPING 22 in the Francis Bonaventure. 
THOMAS OSBORN aged 1 8 in the Francis Bonaventure. 
GEORGE NELSON aged 19 in the Francis Bonaventure. 

FRANCIS BUTLER aged 18 in the Francis Bonaventure. 

282 



220 MUSTEXS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 

1'asbehaighs 
James Citty 

THOMAS BLANCH'S aged 17 in the Francis Bonaventure. 
HENERY DOWTIE aged 19 in the Jonathan. 



JOHN SWARBECK came in the 

the Maine. 
James Citty. 

THOMAS MARLOE came in the Bono, Nova. 

THOMAS BUNN 

BRIDGITT his wife 

THOMAS his sonn aged i yeare 

Servant's 

JOHN SMITH aged 30 yeares | }n ^ M 
THOMAS SMITH aged 16 yeres ) 
THOMAS JONES aged 35 in the Bonn Nova 
JAMES ROBESONN aged 35 in the Sivan. 
ELIZABETH HODGES a Maid servant in the Abigails 

THOMAS SWINHOW came in the Diana. 

Servant's 
LAWRANCE SMALEPAGE aged 20 yeres in the Abigails 



JOHN CARTER came in the Prosperous. 

_^___ 

DAVID ELLIS in the Mary Margrett 
MARGRETT his wife in the Margrett & John 

JAMES TOOKE arived in the 

WILLIAM BINK'S came in the George 
ANN his wife in the George 



MlCHAELL BATT came in the Hercules. 
ELLIN his wife in the Warwick. 



ROBERT LINCE came in the Treasurer. 



HUGH BALDWINS came in the Tryall 
SUSAN his wife in the 



MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 221 

the Maine. 
James Citty 

ROBERT SCOTCHMORE came in the George 1623 

THOMAS KNISTON cane [KENISTON came] in the George 1623 

Servant's 
ROGER KlDD aged 24 yeares in the George 1623 

ROBERT CHOLMLE ) e in the Ckaritie 

JAMES STANDISH -> 



The MUSTER of DOCTO' POTT'S Men in the MAINE 

THOMAS LEISTER aged 33 yeares 
ROGER STANLEY aged 27 
THOMAS PRITCHARD aged 28 

HENERY CROCKER aged 34 Beanie in the Abigaile 1620 
THOMAS CROSSE aged 22 
JOHN TRYE aged 20 
WALTER BEARE aged 28 
RANDALL HOLT aged 18 yeares in the George 1620 
The rest of his servant's, Provisions, Amunition &ct. at JAMES CiTTY. 



DEAD at PASBEHAIGHS & in the MAINE 1624. 
JOACHIM ANNDREWS. 
HENERY SCOTT. 

RICHARD ) 2 Men of m> BuNNS 
RICHARD ) 



James The MUSTER of the Inhabitant's of JAMES CITTIE 
taken the 2 4 th of January 1624 

The MUSTER of S 1 FRANCIS WYATT K l &ct. 
S r FRANCIS WYATT K' Governo' (^ came in the George 1621 

Servant's 
CHRISTOPHER COOKE aged 25 in the George 1621 



222 MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 

James Ciuy. 

GEOKG HALL aged 13 in the Suply 1620 
JONATHAN GILES 21 in the Triall 1619 
JOHN MATIIEMAX 19 in the Jonathan 1619 
JANE DAVIS 24 in the Abigaile 1622 



The MUSTER of S r GEORGE YEARLEY K 1 &ct. 



S 1 ' GEORGE YEARLLEV K l if- came in the Deliuerance 1609 

TEMPERANCE LADY YEARLLEY came in the Fanlcon 1608 

m' ARGALL YEARLLEY aged 4 yeares 

m' FRANCIS YEARLLEY aged i yeare I Children borne heare 

m's ELIZABETH YEARLLEY aged 6 yercs J 

Servant's at JAMES CITTY 
RICHARD GREGORY aged 40 -. 

ANTHONY JONES 26 / . , _ 

Vcame m the Temperanncc 1620 
THOMAS DUNN 14 C 

THOMAS PHILDUST 1 5 

THOMAS HATCH 17 in the Duty 1619 

ROBERT PEAKE 22 in the Margrett & Jofai 1623 

WILLIAM STRANGE 18 in the George 1619 

ROGER THOMPSON 40 in London Marchannt 1620 

ANN his wife 

RICHARD ARRUNDELL in the Abigail 1620 

GEORG DEVERILL 18 in the Temperanncc 1620 

THOMAS BARNETT 16 in the Elsabeth 1620 

THEOPHILUS BERISTON 23 in the Treasurer 1614 

Negro Men. 3 

Negro Woemcn. 5. 

SUSAN HALL in the William & Thomas 1618 

ANN WILLIS in the Temperance 1620 

ELIZABETH ARRUNDELL in the Abigail 1620. 

The rest of his servant's at HOG ILAND. 






MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 223 

citty. The MUSTER of DOCTO' JOHN POTT 

Docto' JOHN POTT j ^^ {n the G 

m's ELIZABETH POTT j 

Servant's. 

RICHARD TOWNSHEND aged 19 yeares in the Abigailc 1620 
THOMAS WILSON aged 27 yeares in the Abigaile 1620 
OSMOND SMITH aged 17 yeares in the Bonn Nova 1620 
SUSAN BLACKWOOD a Maid servant in the Abigailc 1622 



The MUSTER of CAI> T RCCKR SMITH 

Cap' ROGER SMITH came in the Abigailc 1620 

m' s JOANE SMITH came in the Blcssingc 

ELIZABETH SALTER aged 7 yeares came in the Scaflonrc 

ELIZABETH ROLFE aged 4 yeares | bomc . Virginia 

SARAH MACOCK aged 2 yeares. j 

Servant's 

CHARLES WALLER aged 22 came in the Abigaile 1620 
CHRISTOPHER BANKUS aged 19 yeares in the Abigaile 1622 
HENERY BOOTH aged 20 in \\\cDittic 
HENERY LACTON aged 18 yeares in the ' Hojnvcll 1623 

The rest of his men theire Provisions Armcs &ct. Over the Walter. 



The MUSTER of CAP T RAT-II HAMOR 
Cap 1 RAPH HAMOR 
m' s ELIZABETH HAMOR 
JEREMY CLEMENT | hcr Childrcn . 
ELIZABETH CLEMENT 

Servant's 

JOHN LIGHTFOOTE in the Seaventtire 
FRANCIS GIBE'S a boy in the Seafower. 
ANN ADDAMS a Maid servant. 

The rest of his servant's.. Provisions Armes ? at Hoc-lLAND. 



224 MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 

james citty The MUSTER of CAP T WILLIAM PIERCE 

Cap' WILLIAM PIERCE came in the Sea-venture 
m' s JONE PIERCE his wife in the Blessinge 

Servant's 

THOMAS SMITH aged 17 yeares in the Abigaile 
HENERY BRADFORD aged 35 yeres in the Abigaile 
ESTER EDERIFE a maid servant in the Jonathan 
ANGELO a Negro Woman in the Treasurer. 

The rest of his servant's ; Provisions, Armes, Munition &ct at 
MULBERY ILAND. 



The MUSTER of m' ABRAHAM PEIRSEY Marchannt 

m' ABRAHAM PEIRSEY came in the Susan 1616 

ELIZABETH his daughter aged 15 yeres ) . ., c ,, ,- 

\ came in the Southampton 1623 

MARY his daughter aged 1 1 yeres .' 

Servant's. 

CHRISTOPHER LEE aged 30 yeres 

RICHARD SERIEANT aged 36 yeres \ & . the Sonthampton l6 
ALICE CHAMBERS | maid servant>s> 
ANNIS SHAW 



The rest at Peirseys Hundred. 



The MUSTER of m' EDWARD BLANF.Y. 
m' EDWARD BLANEY came in the Francis Bonavcnture 

Servant's 

ROBERT BEW aged 20 came in the Dutic. 
JOHN RUSSELL aged 19 in the Bona Nova. 



The rest of his Servant's Armes &ct at his Plantacon Over y Walter. 
ROBERT POOLE came in the 

JAMES HICMOTT came in the Bonaventure 
his wife in the 



MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 



225 



James Cittie. - 

JOHN SOUTHERN came in the George 1620 

Servant's. 
THOMAS CRUST aged came in the George 1620 

RANDALL SMALEWOOD came in the 

GEORGE GRAUE came in the Seaventure 

ELNOR his wife in the Susan 

JOHN GRAUE theire sonne aged 10 yeares 

REBECCA SNOW ) , 

SARA SNOW I her daughters " 



EDWARD CADGE came in the Marmadnke 
NATHANIELL JEFFREYS came in the Gift, 

JOHN JACKSON came in the 

JOHN JACKSON his sonn aged 9 yeares 

GERCIAN BUCK aged 10 yeares 

THOMAS ALNUTT came in the Gifte 
his wife in the Marygold 

Servant's. 
ROGER ROED'S aged 20 yeares in the Bony bess. 

PEETER LANGMAN came in the William & Thomas. 

MARY his wife came in the 

PEETER ASCAM her sonn aged i yeares 

ABIGAILE ASCAM her daughter aged 4 yeres. 

BENOMY BUCK aged 8 yeres 

PELEG BUCK aged 4 yeres 

Servant's 

ABRAHAM PORTER aged 36 yeares in the 
THOMAS SAWIER aged 23 yeares in the 



m' JOHN BURROWES came in the 

BRIDGETT his wife 

MARA BUCK aged 13 yeares 

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226 MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 
James Citty. 

Servant's 

JOHN COOKE aged 27 yeares 
NICHOLAS GOULDFINCH aged 19 yeres 
JOHN BRADSTON-aged i3-yefes* 
THOMAS THOROWGOOD aged 17 yeres 
ELLIAS GAILE aged 14 yeares 
ANDREW HOWELL aged 13 yeres 
ANN ASHLEY aged 19 yeres 

The Cattell belonging to m' BUCKS Children 

ELIZABETH SOOTHEY came in the Soutftampton 
ANN SOOTHEY her daughter 

JOHN JEFFERSON came in the Bona Nova 
WALGRAUE MARK'S in the Margrett & John. 



WILLIAM MUTCH came in the Jonathan 
MARGERY his wife in the George 1623 

RICHARD STEEFHENS came in the George 1623 

Servant's. 

WASSELL RAYNER aged 28 yeres came in the 
THOMAS SPILLMAN aged 28 yeres in the George 1623 
EDWARD PRISE aged 29 yeres in the George 1623 
JOANE RAYNER wife of WASSELL RAYNER 



GEORGE MINIFFE arived in the Samuell July 1623 

Servant's 

JOHN GRIFFIN aged 26 yeares in the William & John 1624 
EDWARD WILLIAMS aged 26 yeres came in the same Shipp. 



JOHN BARNETT aged 26 yeres came in the Jonathan 1620 



* [Thus erased in the original.] 






AfUST&RS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 227 

James Ileand - 

JOHN STOAK'S ) . ... , 

> came in the Warwick. 
ANN his wife ) 



RICHARD TREE came in the George 
JOHN his Sonne aged 12 yeres 

Servant's 
SILVESTER BULLEN aged 28 yeres came in the 



WittM LASEY ) . , ,. . 

t came in the Southampton 1024 
SUSAN his wife ) 



JOHN WEST came in the Bony bess 
THOMAS CROMPE came in the 



JOHN GREEVETT came in the 
ELLIN his wife in the 



THOMAS PASSMORE ) . ,, ^ 

\ came in the George. 

JANE his wife 

Servant's. 

THOMAS KERFITT aged 24 yeares in the Hopudl 
ROBERT JULIAN aged 20 yeares in the Jacob. 
JOHN BUCKMUSTER aged 20 yeres 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 bona venture. 
ELIZABETH his wife in the same Shipp. 
FRANCIS PALL a boy aged 6 yeares 
THOMAS PALL a boy aged 4 yeres 

JOHN HALL came in the John & Francis. 
SUSAN his wife in the London Marchant 



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228 MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 



James Hand. 

ROBERT MARSHALL came in the George 
ANN his wife in the same Shipp 

THOMAS GRUBB came in the George 

JOHN OSBORN came in the 
MARY his wife in the 

WILLIAM SPENCER came in the Sarah. 

ALLICE his wife in the 

ALLICE theire daughter aged 4 yeres. 

THOMAS GRAVE came in the 
MARGRETT his wife in the 
WILLIAM theire Sonn aged 3 yeres 
JONE theire daughter aged 6 yeres. 

GABRIELL HOLLAND came in the John & Francis. 
REBECCA his wife in the same Shipp 

JosiAS TANNER aged 24 yeres came in the 
ANDREW RAILEY came in the 
WILLIAM COOKSEY 
THOMAS BAGLEN 
WILLIAM CARTER 

JOHN JOHNSON 

ANN his wife 

JOHN his sonn aged i yeare 

ANN his daughter aged 4 yeres 

ALICE KEAN a Maid servant. 

JOHN HITCHY 
THOMAS DE LA MAIOR. 



MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 



229 



DEAD at JAMES CITTIE & in the ILAND 1624 
RICHARD MUMFORD 
GEORGE CLARKE 
BARTLOMEW BLAKE 
WILLIAM WASJERTON 

SlBILL ROYALL 

GOODWIFE JEFFEREYS 
THOMAS POPKIN 
THOMAS SIDES 
THOMAS WEST 
W M SPENCER a Child 

a servant of m' KETHS 
m's PEIRSE 
JOHN GEE 

a servant of PEETER LANGMAN 
PHINLOE 
m's SUSAN KETH. 



ie The MUSTER of the Inhabitant's of the Neck- 
of-Land neare JAMES CITTY taken Febr the 4 th 
1624. 

RICHARD KINGSMELL came in the Delaware 
JANE his wife in the Susan 
NATHANIELL his sonne aged 5 yeares. 
SUSAN his Daughter aged I yeare. 

Servant's 

HORTEN WRIGHT aged 20 yeres came in the Susan 
JOHN JACKSON aged came in the Abigail. 
EDWARD a Negro 
ISBELL PRATT came in the yonatlian 

JOHN SMITH came in the Bonaventure. 
THOMAS BAGWELL came in the 



2 3 o MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 

Neck of Land ncarc 
James Citty 

THOMAS BEXETT came in the Bona Nora 

MARGERY his wife in the Gnift 

SARAH BROMEDG a Child of 2 yeares old. 



JOHN REDDISH came in the 



m' ALNUTT and his servant here Planted rcconed before in the Muster 
of JAMES CITTIE. 



DEAD in this Plantacon 1624 
a Man servant of in' KINGSMELL'S. 



LIUING 

RICHARD PIERCE j came fa the Ncptunc 
ELIZABETH his wife ) 



Archers Hope 
James Citty 

THOMAS BRANSBY came in the Charitie 



Servant's 

NICHOLAS GREENHILL aged 24 yeres 

CHADWALLADER JONES a^ed 22 yeres Vcame in the Marmaduk 1623 
ROBERT CREW aged 23 yeares 



JOHN ELLISON came in the Prosperous 
ELLIN his wife in the Charitie 

Servant's 
JOHN BADELEY aged 24 yeres came in the Hopivcll 1623 

THOMAS FARLEY came in the Ann 1623 
JANE his wife in the same Shipp. 
ANN a Child 

Servant's 
NICHOLAS SHOTTEN aged 40 yeres in the Ann 1623 



MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 231 

Archers Hope. 
James Citty " 

JOSEPH JOHNSON came in the William & Thomas 
MARGRETT his wife in the Abigaile 
GEORGE PROUSE came in the Diana 



DEAD at ARCHERS HOPE 1624 
GEORGE ELLISON a Child 

a Maid servant of m' BRANSBYES. 
WILLIAM BROWNE. 



Burrows Hill 
James Citty 

m' BURROWES and six of his men \v c!l are planted heare are recofied, 

w th theire Armes Provisions f . at JAMES ClTTIE 
JOHN SMITH came in the Elizabeth 1611 
SUSANNA his wife in the Bona Nova 1619 
FRANCIS SMITH his sonne aged i yeare 

Servant's 
JOHN ELLATT aged 15 yeres in the Margrett e- John 1621 

GEORGE PELTON came in the Furtherance 1622 

RICHARD RICHARD'S came in the London Marchant 1620 
RICHARD DOLPHINBE came in the Guift 1618 

Paces Paines 
James Citty / 

JOHN PROCTOR came in the Seaventurc 1607 
ALLIS his wife in the George 1621 

Servant's 

RICHARD GROUE aged 30 yeres in the George 1623 
EDWARD SMITH aged 20 in the George 1621 
WILLIAM NAYLE aged 15 in the Ann 1623 

PHETTIPLACE CLOSE came in the Starr 1608 
DANIELL WATTKINS in the Charles 1621 

Servant's 

MARTIN DEMON aged 15 yeres in the George 1617 
JOHN SKINNER in the Marmaduk 1621 



232 MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 

Paces Paines 
James Citty 

THOMAS GATES came in the Swan 1609 
ELIZABETH his wife in the Warwick. 1620 
WILLIAM BEDFORD in the James 1621 



FRANCIS CHAPMAN came in the Starr 1608 



[C]a P smiths Plant. The MUSTER of CAP T ROGER SMITHS men 

James Citty 

Over y e Walter 
FRANCIS FOWLER aged 23 yeres 

CHRISTOPHER LAWSON 
ALCE his wife 

CHRISTOPHER REDHEAD aged 24 
STEPHEN WEBB aged 25 yeres 



JOHN BUTTERFEILD aged 23 yeres 
WILLIAM BAKER aged 24 yeres 



RICHARD ALFORD aged 26 yeres 
THOMAS HARVIE aged 24 yeres 



THOMAS MOLTON aged 25 yeres 



m r Blaneys Plant. The MUSTER of Hi' EDWARD BLANEYS Men 
James Citty 

Ouer y e Watter. 

RlCE WATKINS aged 30 yeres came in the Francis bonaventure. 
NATHANIELL FLOID aged 24 in the Bona Nova. 

GEORG ROGERS 23 

JOHN SHELLEY 23 

THOMAS OTTOWELL 40 Vm the Bo aN - 

THOMAS CROUCH 40 

ROBERT SHEPPEARD 20 in the Hopwdl. 
WILLIAM SAWIER 18 in the Hopwell. 
ROBERT CHAUNTRIE 19 in the George 



MUSTERS OP JHE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 



in' Blaneys Plant, 
James Citty 

WILLIAM HARTLEY 23 in the diaries 
LAWLEY DAMPORT 29 in the Duty 
WILLIAM WARD 20 in the Jonattian 
JEREMY WHITE 20 in the Tyger 
JOHN HACKER 17 in the Hopivell 
ROBERT WHITMORE 22 in the Duty 



233 



cam 



came in the Southampto 1622 



Cap' Mathews Plant 
James Citty 

Cap* SAMUELL MATHEWS came in the Southampton 1622 
m* DAVID SAND'S Minister came in the Bonaventure 1620 

Servant's. 
ROBERT MATHEWS aged 24 

ROGER WILLIAMS 20 

SAMUELL DAVIES 18 

HENERY JONES 25 

AARON CONAWAY 20 

JOHN THOMAS 18 

MICHAELL LAPWORTH... 16 

WILLIAM LUSAM 27 

WILLIAM FEILD 23 I in the Charles 162 1 

PEETER MONTECUE 21 J 

ROBERT FERNALL 31 in the London Marchant 1619 
WALTER Coop [COOPER] 33 in the Jonathan 1619 
WILLIAM WALTERS 27 in the Bona Nova 1618 
NICHOLAS CHAPMAN 31 in the Jonattian 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 Furtlurance 1622 
THOMAS HOPSON 12 in the Bona Nova 1618 
ABRAHAM WOOD 10 in the Margrett John 1620 



J 3 4 MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 

Cap 1 Mathews Plant 
James Citty 

WILLIAM KINGSLEY 24 \ in the Marmadnk l62 , 

THOMAS BRIDGES 12 ) 

ARTHURE GOLDSMITH 26 came in the Diana 1618 



Crovvders Plant. 
James Citty 

m' HUGH CROWDEK came in the Bona Nova 1619 

Servant's 

RICHARD BALL in the George 1617 
THOMAS HAWKINS in the yamcs 1622 
PAULE RENALLES in the Tryall 1619 
NICHOLAS SMITH a boy of 18 yeres in the Bona Nova 1621 
JOHN VERIN a boy of 14 yeares in the George 1623 



In' Treasurers Plant. 

The MUSTER of m' GEORG SAND'S Esquire 
m' GEORG SANDIS Esquire Treasure' fc came in the George 1621 

Servant's 

MARTIN TURNER 
GEORGE BAILIFE 
JOHN SPARK'S 

JOHN DANCY 

>came m the George 1021 
JOHN EDWARD s 

NICHOLAS TOMPSON 

ROSAMUS CARTER 

JOHN STONE a boy 

NKHOLAS COMON in the ^ 1622 



NICHOLAS EYRES a boy ) 



DAVID MANSFEILD j - n the Bona Nova l6 hired servant - s 

JOHN CLAXON 

THOMAS SWIFTE ) jn thc T freemeii 

JOHN BALDWINF 






MUSTEK S OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 235 

m r Treasurers Plant. 

hired. DANIELL POOLE a french man 

liis wife 

a yong Child of theires 



m r Treasurers Plant. 
Jnines Citty 

The MUSTER of those that Liue in y' TREASURORS Plant. 

ROBERT SHEAPERD came in the George 1621 

JAMES CHAMBERS in the Dntie 1620 

JOHN PARSONS "| 

WILLIAM BENGE 

JOHN EVENS \- in the Marygold 1619 

ROBERT EDMUND'S 

JOHN COMES 

JOHN Tvos ~] 

WILLIAM PILKINTON 

\. in the Bona Nova 1020 
ELIAS LONGE r 

THOMAS HALL 

MARGRETT PILKINTON | weomen 

JANE LONC; 

m' ViNCENcro the Italian 

m' BERNARDO 

his wife 

a Child 

ZACIIARY CRIPP'S came in the Margrctt & 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 jamcs 1622 



30 2 



236 MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 



m' Treasurers Plant. 
James Citty 



DEAD at all these PLANTATIONS Over the Watter 1624 

JOHN PHILMOTT i ELLAS HENTON 

WILLIAM PLANT THO: FITCH 



ENECHA FITCH 

JOHN SERE 

WILLIAM SAND'S 

GEORG GURR ~| slaine by the 

WILLIAM COMES j Indians 

ROBERT EVARS. 

PEACEABLE SHEREWOOD. 

WILLIAM HALL 



THOMAS ROWLSON 
EDWARD JONES 
JOHN DIMSDALE 
JOHN DOCKER 
ROBERT ALDRIDGE 
RICHARD GREENE 
JAMES DAVIS 
DAVID WILLIAMS 
JOHN FOXEN 

Hog Hand 

The MUSTER of CAP T RAPH H AMORS servant's 

JEFFEREY HULL came in the George 
MORDECAY KNIGHT in the William & John 
THOMAS DOLEMAN in the Returne 
ELKINTON RATLIFFE in the Seafloure 
THOMAS POWELL in the Seafloure. 
THOMAS COOPER in the Returne 
JOHN DA VIES in the Guifte. 



The MUSTER of LIUETENNT BARKLEY. 

Liuetennt EDWARD BARKLEY in the Vnitie. 
m' s JANE BARKLEY in the Seafloure. 
JANE BARKLEY his daughter. 

Servant's 

THOMAS PHILLIP'S )-..,, 

\ in the Bona Nova 
FRANCIS BARRETT ) 



MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 



237 



Hog Hand 

ROBERT MARTIN in the George. 
KATHERIN DAVIES in the Southampton. 



JOHN VTY came in the Francis Bonaventure 
ANN his wife in the Seafloure. 
JOHN his Sonn in the Seafloure. 

Servant's 

WILLIAM BURT j m the Bon 
WILLIAM STOCKER ) 
RICHARD BICKLEY in the Returne. 



JOHN CHEW came in the Charitie. 
SARAH his wife in the Seafloure. 

Servant's. 

ROGER DELK in the Southampton. 
SAMUELL PARSON in the Hopewell. 
WALTER HASLEWOOD in the Due Returne. 



HENERY ELWOOD 

WILLIAM RAMSHAW 

JOHN STONE in the Swann 

SlSLY his wife in the Seafloure. 

HENERY CROCKER in the Marygold 

JONE his wife in the Swan. 

HENERY WOODWARD in the Diana. 

JANE his wife 

THOMAS HITCKOCK in the Marygold 

ALICE his wife 

ROGER WEBSTER 

JOANE his wife 

JOANE D'AVIS. 



MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRG1XIA. 



Hog Hand. 

The MUSTER of S r GEORO YEARLLF.VS Men 

MAXIMILLIAN STONE aged 36 came in the Temperance 1620 
ELIZABETH his wife in the same Shipp. 
MAXIMILLIAN his sonn aged 9 months. 
ROBERT GUY 22 in the Swann 1619 
EDWARD YATES 18 in the Duty 1619 
CESAR PUGGETT 20 in the Diana 1619 
ALLEXANDER SANDERS 24 in the Trttelotie 1623 
WILLIAM STRACHEV 17 in the Temperance 1620 
GEORGK WHITEHAND 24 in the Temperance 1620 
HENERY KING 22 in the Jonatlian 1620 
JOHN DAY 24 in the London Marchannt 1620 
The wife of JOHN DAY in the same Shipp 

JOHN ROOT in the Gttift -\ 

WALTER BLAKE in the Stvati ,- Dwellers. 

THOMAS WATT'S in the Treasurer. * 

DAVID BUTTON ) ~ 

\ Dead 
RICH: BAKER J 

The rest of his servant's. Provisions 
Armes &ct reconed at James Citty 



Martins Hundred. 

The MUSTER of the Inhabitant's of MARTINS HUNDRED 

taken the 4 th of February 1624. 
m' WILLIAM HARWOOD came in the Francis Bonaventure 

Servant's 
HUGH HUGHS came in the Guiftc. 

ANN his wife - 

THOMAS DOUGHTIE aged 26 tcame in the Abigail. 

JOHN HASLEY aged 22 yeres ) 

SAMUELL WEAVER 20 in the Bony bess 
ELIZABETH BYGRAUE 12 came in the Warwick. 



MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 239 



Martins Hundred'- 

ELLIS EMERSON , 

ANN his wife Icame in the George 1623. 

THOMAS his sonn aged 1 1 J 

Servant's. 

THOMAS GOULDING aged 26 yeres came in the George 1623 
MARTIN SLATIER aged 20 cam fro Canada in the Swan 1624 



ROBERT ADDAMS ) . ., ,, ,, 

J- came in the Bonn Nova. 
AUGUSTINE LEAK ) 

WINIFRED LEAK his wife came in the George \ 623 

Servant's 
RICHARD SMITH aged 24 yeres came in the George 1623. 



STEEPHEN BARKER came in the James 
HUMPHREY WALDEN in the Warwick 



came jn 



JOHN JACKSON ............ \ 

ANN his Wife ............... ' 

A Child aged 20 week's 

Servant's. 

THOMAS WARD aged 47 yeres ... \ . . , , . , 

w * > came in the Warwick 

JOHN STEEPHENS 35 yeres ...... 

SAMUELL MARCH came in the William 6- Thomas. 

COLLICE his wife in the Ann 1623 

SAMUELL CULLEY came in the London Marcliamt 

ROBERT SCOTCHMORE and his Company now planted heare are reconned 
before in the MAINE 



DEAD at MARTINS HUNDRED this yeare 

ALLICE EMERSON a girle 

ROBERT a boy of m' EMARSONS 

a girle of JOHN JACKSONS 
a Child of SAMUELL MARCH. 



240 MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 

Mulburic Hand. 

The MUSTER of the Inhabitant's att MULBURY I LAND 
taken the 25 th of January 1624. 

The MUSTER of CAP T WILLIAM PIERCES servant's 

RICHARD ATTKINS aged 24 came in the London MarcJuinnt 

ABIGALL his wife \ came Jn the Abigall 

WILLIAM BAKER aged 20 . J 
ROBERT ASTON 29 in the Treasurer 
HUGH WING 30 "1 

ROBERT LATHOM 20 ~ 

>came in the George 1020 
RICHARD ALDON 19 i 

THOMAS WOOD 35 J 
ROGER RUCE came in the Charles 
ALLEXANDER GILL 20 in the Bony bess 
SAMUELL MORRIS 20 in the Abigail 
THOMAS ROSE 35 in the Jonathan 
ROBERT HEDGES aged 40 yeres 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 Margrett & John 

RICHARD DOWNES came in the Jonathan 



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 






MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 241 

Mulbury Hand 

ANTHONY BARAM came in the Abigail 
ELLIZABETH his wife in the William & Thomas 



THOMAS HARWOOD came in the Margrett & John 1622 
GRACE his wife in the George 

Servant's. 
THOMAS READ aged 65 yeres 



Wnriscoynck. 

The MUSTER of the Inhabitant's at WARISCOYACK 
taken the 7* of Febr 1624. 

The MUSTER of m' EDWARD BENNETT'S servant's 

HENERY PINKE came in \\\z London Marcliannt 1619 

JOHN BATE in the Addam 1621 

PEETER COLLINS in the Addam 1621 

WASSELL WEBLTNG | - n the l62J 

ANTONIO a Negro J 

CHRISTOPHER REYNOLD'S % 

LUKE CHAPPMAN Lin the John & Francis 1622 

EDWARD MAYBANK 

JOHN ATTKINS, 

WILLIAM DENUM tin the Gnifte 1623 

FRANCIS BANK'S ) 

MARY a Nergro Woman in the Margrett & John 1622 



[Basses Choyse] 

A MUSTER of the Inhabitance of BASSES CHOYSE 

CAP T NATHANIELL BASSE his MUSTER 

NATHANIELL BASSE aged 35 in the furtherance 1622 
WILLIAM BARNARD aged 21 in the furtherance 1622 
EDWARD WIGGE aged 22 in the Abigail 1621 



242 MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 



Basses Choyse 

The MUSTER of THOMAS PIIILLIPES 

THOMAS PIIILLIPES aged 26 in the William and Tliomas 1618 
ELZABETII PIIII.LIPES aged 23 in the sea Flower 1621 



The MUSTER of THOMAS BENNETT 

THOMAS BENNETT aged 38 in the Neptune 1618 
MARY BENNETT aged 18 in the Southampton 1622 
ROGER HEFORD aged 22 in the Rcturne 1623 
BENIAMINE SIMES aged 33 in the 



RICHARD LONGE his MUSTER 

RICHARD LONGE aged 33 in the 

ALICE LONGE aged 23 in the London Alarchant 1620 

ROBART LONGE a Child borne in Virginia 



Wariscoyack 

RICHARD EVAND'S his MUSTER 
RICHARD EVAND'S aged 35 in the Neptune 1618 



WILLIAM NEWMAN his MUSTER 

WILLIAM NEWMAN aged 35 in the FurUierance 1622 
JOHN ARMY aged 35 in the Furtherance 1622 



HENRIE WOODWARD his MUSTER 
HENRIE WOODWARD aged 30 in the 
JOHN BROWNINGK aged 22 in the Abigail 1621 

Servant's 

AMBROSE aged 25 in the Marmidnckc 1621 

PEETER aged 19 in the Margctt and John 1620 



MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 



243 



Wariscoyack 



JOHN SELLEY 

NATHANIELL HAUKWORTH [or 

HANKWORTH] 
THOMAS SHEWOUD 
BENIAMIN HANDCLEARE 



A list of the DEAD in WARISCOYACKE 1624. 

MARGRETT SYMES 
NATHANIELL | Servant>s 
THOMAS 

of 3VT BENNET'S men } 
slayne by the Indianes ) 



Newportes 
newes 



M r DANNIELL GOOKINES MUSTER 



Servantes 



WILLIAM WADSWORTH aged: 26 
WILLIAM FOOCKES aged: 24 
THOMAS CURTIS aged: 24 
PEETER SHERWOOD aged: 21 
GILBERT WHITFILD aged: 23 
RISE GRTFFIN aged: 24 
WILLIAM SMITH aged: 23 
ANTHONIE EBSWORTH aged: 26 
ISAYE DELYWARR aged 22 
HENRIE CARSLEY aged: 23 
ROGER WALKER aged: 22 
EDMOND MORGON aged: 22 
WILLIAM CLARKE aged: 25 
JOSEPH MOSLEY aged: 21 
JOHN PARRATT aged: 36 
ROBART SMITH aged: 22 
WILLIAM CRONEY aged: 24 
WILLIAM LONGE aged: 19 
ANNE EBSWORTH aged: 44 
ELLNOR HARRIS aged: 21 






All \v cl1 Came in^the Flyingt Harte. 
1621: 



in the Prouidcnce 
1623* 



DEAD in this Plantato 
one ARMESTRONGE 



* [I suppose this refers to the whole of the names from DELYWARR to HARRIS ; but there 
is no " brace" in the original.] 

312 



244 MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 



Elizabeth Cittie 

CAPT WILLIAM TUCKER his MUSTER 

Capt WILLIAM TUCKER: aged: 36: in the Mary and James: 1610 
M rs MARY TUCKER aged: 26: in the George: 1623. 
ELZABETH TUCKER borne in Virginia in August: 

GEORGE TOMSON aged: 17 -j 

PAULE TOMSON aged: 14 I in the George 1623: 

WILLIAM THOMSON u ) 

PASCOE CHAMPION aged 23 ) . 

\- m the E Honor 1621: 
STRENGHT SHEERE aged: 23 

THOMAS EVAND'S aged: 23 

STEPHEN COLLOWE aged: 23 J-in the George: 1625. 

ROBART MUNDAY aged: 18 

MATHEWE ROBINSONN aged: 24 in \hegrcate hopeivcll 1623: 

RICHARD APPLETON aged: 19: in the James 1622. 

JOHN MORRIS aged 24: in the Bona Nona: 1619. 

MARY MORRIS aged 22: in the George 1623 

WILLIAM HUTCHINSON aged 21: in the Diana 1618 

PEETER PORTER aged 20 in the Tygcr 1621. 

WILLIAM CRAWSHAW an Indean Baptised. 

ANTONEY Negro: ISABELL Negro: and WILLIAM thcirc Child Baptised 



i* 

::::( 



JOHN DOWNEMAN his MUSTER 

JOHN DOWNEMAN aged: 33: in the John and Francis: id i: 
ELZABETH DOWNEMAN aged: 22: in the Wanuickc 1621. 
MOYSES STONES aged: 16: in the Bone Bcs 1623 



JOHN LAYDON his MUSTER 

JOHN LAYDON aged 44: in the Susan 1606 

ANNE LAYDON aged 30: in the Mary Margcli 1608 



MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 245 



Elzabcth Cittie 

VIRGINIA LAYDON ., 

ALCE LAYDON / . 

> borne in Virginia. 
KATIIERIN LAYDON l 

MARGERETT LAYDON . ' 



WILLIAM COLE his MUSTER 

WILLIAM COLE aged 26 in the Neptune 1618 
FRANCIS COLE aged 27 in the Susan 1616 
ROGER FARBRASE aged 26 in the Elsabetk 1621 



MILES PRICKETT and FRANCIS MITCHELL their MUSTERS. 

MILES PRICKETT aged 36 in the Starr: 1610 
FRANCIS MITCHELL aged 38 in the Neptune 1618 
MAUDLIN MITCHELL aged 21 in the Bona Nona 1620 
JOHN MITCHELL borne in Virginia 1624 



RICHARD YONGE his MUSTER 

RICHARD YONGE aged 31 in the George 1616 
JOANE YONGE aged 26 in the Guifte 1618 
JOANE YONGE aged 2 borne in Virginia 
SUSAN aged 12 in the Sivan 1624 



LEIUETE&: ALBIANO LUPO his MUSTER 

ALBIANO LUPO aged 40 in the Swan 1610 
ELIZABETH LUPO aged 28 in the George 1616 
TEMPERANCE LUPO aged 4 borne in Virginia 

Servant's 

HENRIE DRAPER aged 14 in the George 1621 
JOSEPH HAM aged 16 in the Wanvicke 1621 



246 MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 



Elzabeth Cittie 

JOHN POWELL his MUSTER 

JOHN POWELL aged 29 in the SivaUo-uje 1609 
KATHREN POWELL aged 22 in \\\G. fiyinge Hart 1622 
JOHN POWELL borne in Virginia 

Servant's 
THOMAS PRATER aged 20 in the Marie Providence 1622 



LARENCE PEALE his MUSTER 

LARENCE PEALE aged 23 in \\\z.Margett and John 1620 
WILLIAM SMITH aged 30 in the Jacob 1624 



ROBART BRITTIN his MUSTER 
ROBAKT BRITTIN aged 30: in the Edwin 1618 



MIHELL WILCOCKES and JOHN SLATER their MUSTER 

MIHELL WILCOCKES aged 31 in the Prosporouse 1610 
ELZABETH WILLCOCKES aged 23 in the Concord 1621 
JOHN SLATER aged 22 in the George 1617 
ANNE SLATER aged 17 in the Guyft 1622 

Servant's 

JAMES FEILD aged 20 in the Swan 1624 
JOHN JORNALL aged 20 in the Ann 1623 
THEODORE JOONES aged 16 in the Margett and John 1620 



JOSEPH COBB his MUSTER 

JOSEPH COBB aged 25 in the Trcasoror 1613 
ELZABETH COBB aged 25 in \\\zBone Bes 1623 
JOHN SNOWOOD aged 25 in the 



MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 247 



Ekabeth Cittie 

CORNELIUS MAY his MUSTER 
CORNELIUS HAVE aged 25 in the Pronidcncc 



WILLIAM MORGAN ats BROOCKES his MUSTER 

WILLIAM MORGAN aged 30 in the Starr 1610 
WILLIAM MORGAN aged 2 borne in Virginia 



M' WILLIAM JULIAN his MUSTER. 

WILLIAM JULIAN aged: 43: in the Hcmtlcs 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 

Servant's 

THOMAS FLOWER aged 22 in the George 1623 
WYATT MASONN aged 16 in the Ann 1623 



LEIUETEN THOMAS PURKRAY his MUSTER 
THOMAS PURFRY aged 43 in the George 1621 
CHRISTOPHER COLETHORPE aged 18: in the Furtherance 1622 
DANNIELL TANNER aged 40 in the Sampson 1618 

Servant's 

HENRIE FEELDES aged 26 in the Jaeob 1624 
WILLIAM BAULDWIN 



JOHN BARNAIU: his MUSTER 
JOHN BARNACIE aged 21: in the London Marchant 1620 



248 MCSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 

L'1/abeth Cittie 

JOHN HAZARD his MUSTER 
JOHN HAZARD aged 40 in the William and Thomas 1618 

Servant's 
ABRAHAM PELTEARE aged 14 in the Suv/i 1624. 



JERIMIAH DICKINSON his MUSTER. 

JERIMIAII DICKINSON aged 26 in the Margctt and John 1620 
ELZABETH DICKINSON aged 38 in the Margctt and John 1.623 



PHILLIP Luro his MUSTER 
PHILLIP Luro aged 42 in the George 1621 



EXSIGXE THOMAS WILLOBY his MUSTER 
THOMAS WILLOBY aged 23 in the Prosporousc 1610 

Servant's 

JOHN CHAUNDLER aged 24 in the Hercules 1609 
THOMAS aged 20 in fa&grcate hopewett 1623 
ROBERT BENNETT aged 24 In the Jacob 1624 
NiccOLAS DAVIS aged 13 in the Mariegoitld i6iS 



JOHN HATTON his MUSTER 

JOHN HATTON aged 26 in the Tresorcr 1613 
OLIUE HATTON aged 32 in the Abigail 1620 



M r CISSE Minister his MUSTER 

M r GEORGE KETH aged 40 -v 

JAMES WHITINGE aged 16 I in the George 1617 

JOHN KETH aged ii J 






MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 249 



Elzabeth Cittie 

SUSAN BUSH her MUSTER 

SUSAN BUSH aged 20 in the George 1617 
SARA SPENCE aged 4 borne in Virginia 

Servant's 

CLEMENT EVAND'S aged 30 in the Edwin 1616 
WILLIAM PARKER aged 20 in the Charles 1616 
JOHN SEWARD aged 30 in the Gcife 1622 
GILBERT MARBURIE aged 32 in the Southampton 1622 
THOMAS KILLSON aged 21 in the True/one 1623 



CAP T NICCOLAS MARTUE his MUSTER 

NiGCOLAS MARTUE aged 33 in the Francis Bonaventure 
PETER ECCALLOWE aged 30 in the Southampton 
WILLIAM STAFFORD aged 17 in \\\z furtherance 



M' JOHN BANUM and ROBART SWEETE theire MUSTER 

JOHN BANUM aged 54 in the Susan 1616 
ELZABETH BANUM aged 43 in the Bonn Nona, 1620 
ROBART SWEETE aged 42 in the Neptune 1618 

Servant's 

NlCCOLAS THREDDER aged 30 in the Katherin 1623 
RICHARD ROBISONN aged 22 in the Bonanona 1620 
JOHN HILL aged 26 in the Dona Nona 1620 
WILLIAM MORTON aged 20 in the Margctt and John 1620 
JAMES PASCOLL aged 20 in the Wanvicke 1621 
ROBART DRAPER aged 16 in the Jacob 1624 
SARA GOULDINGE aged 20 in iheAnn 1623 

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2<;o ML'STERS Of TJfE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 



Elzabcth Ciltic 

RICHARD MINTKEM; his MUSTER 

RICHARD MIXTRENE aged 40 in \\\c Margctt and John 1620 

WILLIAM BEAXE aged 25 in the Diana 1618 

EDWARD MINTREXE aged 12 in the Margett and Joint 1620 

Joiix IXMAN aged 26 in \\\c falcon 1619 

WILLIAM BROWNE aged 14 in the Soitthamton 1622 



ANTIIOXEY BURROES his MUSTER 
ANTHONEY BURROES aged 44 in the George 1617 



JOHN WAIXE his MUSTER 

JOHN WAINE aged 30 in the Neptune 1618 
AMYTE WAIXE aged 30 in the S-^an 1610 

GEORGE ACKLAXD aged 7 ) , . ,,. 

borne in Virginia 
MARY ACKLAXD aged 4 ) 

JOHN HARLOW aged 28 in the Sampson 1619 
ROBART SABYN aged 30 in the marget and Join 1622 
PHILLIP CHAPMAN aged 23 in the flyingc Hart 1621 



M' ROBART SALI-ORD his MUSTER and Joux SALFORD. 

M' ROBART 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 Nona 1620 

Servant's 

WILLIAM ELLISON aged 44 in the Swan 1624 
THOMAS FAULKNER aged 28 in the Alary Proiddensc 1622 



MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 251 
Elzabeth Cittie 

BARTHOLEMEW WETHERSBIE and RICHARD BOULTOX their 

MUSTERS 

BARTHOLEMEW WETHERSBIE aged 30 in the Pronidencc 1616 
DORYTHIE WETHERSBIE aged 30 in the London Marchant 1620 
RICHARD BOULTOX aged 28 in the Maty and James 1610 
RICHARD aged 15 in the Swan 1624 



JOHX GUNDRIE his MUSTER 

JOHN GUNDRIE aged 33 in the Starr 1610 
MARIE GUNDRIE aged 20 in the George 1618 
JOHN GUNDRIE aged 2 borne in Virginia 



FRANCIS MASON his MUSTER 

FRANCIS MASON aged 40 in the John and Francis 1613 
ALICE MASON aged 26 in the Margtt and John 1622 
FRANCIS MASON borne in Virginia 

Servant's 

WILLIAM QUERKE aged 30 in the Marmaduckc 1621 
THOMAS WORTHALL aged 14 in the Marmadnckc 1621 
WILLIAM STAFFORD aged 16 in the furtherance 1622 
HENRIE GANY aged 21 in the Dutie 1619 
JOHN ROBINSON aged 21 in the Margett and John 1622 



FARRAR FLINTON his MUSTER 

FARRAR FLIXTOX aged 36 in the Elzabeth 1612 
JOANE FLINTON aged 38 in the Elzabeth 1612 
WILLIAM BENTLIE aged 36 In the Jacob 1624 

3 - 2 



252 MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 

Elzabeth Cittic 

Servant's 

ARTHUR SMYTH aged 25 | in thc Margct and y ohn , 622 
HUGH HALL aged 13 

MATHEW HARDCASTELL aged 20 in thc Jacob 1624 
HENRIE NASFEILD aged 19 in the Swan 1624 



JAMES SLEIGHT and FRANCIS HUFF theire MUSTER 

FRANCIS HUFF aged 20 in the Swan 1624 
JAMES SLEIGHT aged 42 in thc Tryall 1610 



LEIUETF.N JOHN CHISMAN his MUSTER 

JOHN ClIISMAN aged 27 in thc Jtyingc hart 1621 
EDWARD CHISMAN aged 22 in thc Promdencc 1623 



M' THOMAS SPILMAN his MUSTER 

THOMAS SPILMAN aged 24 in the George 1616 
HANNA SPILMAN aged 23 in thc Bona No'na 1620 
ELIZABETH HILL borne in Virginia 

Servant's 

ROBART BROWNE aged 25 in the Mary goitld 1618 
REBECCA BROWNE aged 24 in the Southampton 1623 
THOMAS PARRISH aged 26 in the Cliarity 1622 
JOHN HARRIS aged 21 in thc Jacob 1624. 



OLIVER JINKINES his MUSTER 

OLIVER JINKINES aged 30, in the mary James 1610 
JOANE JlNIClNES aged 26 in the George 1617 
ALLEXAND' JINKINES borne in Virginia 



HfUSTEJlS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 253 

Elzabeth Cittie - 

WILLIAME GAYNE and ROBART NEWMAN theire MUSTER 

ROBART NEWMAN aged 25 in the Neptune 1618 

WILLIAM GAYNE aged 36 in the Bonn Nona 1620 

JOHN TAYLOR aged 34 in the Siuan 1610 

REBECCA TAYLOR aged 22 in the Margctt and John 1623 

JOHN COKER aged 20 

RICHARD PACKE aged 23 in the Wanvicke 1621 

ABRAHAM AVELIN aged 23 | in ^Ekateh 1620 

ARTHUR AVELIN aged 26 J 



THOMAS GODBY his MUSTER 

THOMAS GODBY aged 38 in the Deliitance 1608 
JOANE GODBY aged 42 in the Flyinge Hart 1621 
JOHN CURTIS aged 22 in the Flyinge Hartc 1621 
CHRISTOPHER SMITH aged 23 in the Returns 1624 



M' EDWARD WATERS his MUSTER 

EDWARD WATERS aged 40 in the Patience 1608 
GRACE WATERS aged 21 in the Diana 1618 

WILLIAM WATERS "I , .,,... 

\ borne in Virginia 
MARGERETT WATERS J 

WILLIAM HAMPTON aged 40 in the Bona Nona 1620 
JOANE HAMPTON aged 25 in the Abigail 1621 
THOMAS LANE aged 30 in the Treasurer 1613 
ALICE LANE aged 24 in the Bona Nona 1620 
THOMAS THORNEBURY aged 20 in the George 1616 

Servant's 
ADAM TIIOROGOOD aged 18 jn 



NICCOLAS BROWNE aged 18 ) 

PAULE HARWOOD aged 20 in the Bona Nona 1622 

STEPHEN REEDE aged 17 in the George 1618 



254 MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 

Elzabeth Cittie 

MATHTAS FRANCISCO aged 18 in the Jacob 1624 
ROBART PENRISE aged 12 in the Bona noua 1620 



CAP T THOMAS DAVIS his MUSTER 

Cap' THOMAS DAVIS aged 40 in the John and Francis 1623 
THOMAS HEWES aged 40 in the John and Francis 1623 



M' FRANCIS CHAMBERLIN his MUSTER 

FRANCIS CHAMBERLIN aged 45 in the Marmaditcke 1621 
REBECCA CHAMBERLIN aged 37 in the Bona Nona 1622 
FRANCIS CHAMBERLIX aged 3 borne in Virginia. 

Servant's 

JOHN FORTH aged 16 1 in the Bona Nona , 622 

WILLIAM WORLIDGE aged 18 ) 
SIONELL* ROWLSTON aged 30 in the God's Guifte 1623 
RICHARD BURTON aged 28 in the Swan 1624 



PERCIVALL IBOTTSON his MUSTER 

PERCIVALL IBOTTSON aged 24 in the Neptune 1618 
ELZABETH IBOTTSON aged 23 in thzFlyingc Hart 1621 
JOHN DAVIS aged 24 in the John and Francis 1623 

Servant's 

WILLIAM GREENE aged 28 in the Hopavell 1623 
ROBART LOCKE aged 18 in the Warivicke 1621 



M' DANNIELL COOKINS his MUSTER 



WILLIAM WADSWORTH aged 26 
WILLIAM FOULKE aged 24 



THOMAS CURTIS aged 24 
PEETER SHEREWOOD aged 2 1 



[So in the original : probably intended for LIONEL 






MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 255 



Elzabeth Cittie ~ THOMAS BoUl.DINGE his MUSTER 

THOMAS BOULDINGE aged 40 in the Swan 1610 
WILLIAM BOULDINGE borne in Virginia. 
WILLIAM COXE aged 26 in the Godspccdc i5io 
RICHARD EDWARD'S aged 23 j in the Jacob l6 
NICCOLAS DALE aged 20 



& 



REYNOLD BOOTH his MUSTER 

REYNOLD BOOTH aged 32 in the Hercules 1609 
ELIZABETH BOOTH aged 24 in the Ann 1623 

Servant's 

GEORGE LEVETT aged 29 in the Bona Nona 1619 
THOMAS SEYWELL aged 20 in the Tyger 1623 



THOMAS GARNETT his MUSTER 

THOMAS GARNETT aged 40 in the Sivan 1610 
ELZABETH GARNETT aged 26 in the Ncplnns 1618 
SUSAN GARNETT aged 3 borne in Virginia 
AMBROSE GYFFITH aged 33 in the Bona Nona 1619 
JOYSE GYFFITH aged 20 in the Jacob 1624 



THOMAS UUNTHORNE his MUSTER 

THOMAS DUNTHORNE aged 27 in the Margett and John 1620 
ELZABETH DUNTHORNE aged 38 in the Tryall 1610 

Servant's 

WILLIAM TOMSON aged 22 ^ 
GEORGE TURNOR aged 27 tin the Swan 1624 
GEORGE BANCKES aged 1 5 ) 
THOMAS an Indian Boayc 
ELZABETH JOONES aged 30 in \\\z Patience 1609 
SARA JOONES aged 5 borne in Virginia 



256 MUSTEKS OF THE IXHA1UTAXTS i.V VIRGINIA. 



Elzabeth Cittic 

THOMAS STEPNEY his MUSTER 
THOMAS STEPNEY aged 35 in the Sn'an 1610 



M' STOCKTON his MUSTER 

JONAS STOCKTON aged 40 in the bona Nona 1620 
RICHARD POPELEY aged 26 

RICHARD DAVIS aged 22 I 

>in the Bona Nona 1620 
WALTER BARRETT aged 26 ( 

TIMOTHEY STOCKTON aged 14 ' 

Sei-vant's 

WILLIAM DUGLAS aged 16 in the Margctt and John 1621 
JOHN WATSON aged 24 in the Sican 1624 



TOBIAS HURST his MUSTER 
TOBIAS HURST aged 22 in the Treasurer 1618 



M' WILLIAM GANY his MUSTER 

WILLIAM GANY aged 33 in the George 1616 
ANNA GANY aged 24 in the Bona Nona 1620 

Servant's 

ANNA GANY borne in Virginia 
THOMASIN EESTER aged 26 in the Falcon 1617 
ELIZABETH POPE aged 8 in thcAbbigall 1621 
JOHN WRIGHT aged 20 

WILLIAM CLARKE aged 20 / j 

y n the Ambrose 1623 
HATHER TOMSON aged 18 ' 

THOMAS SAVADGE aged 18 



MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 



257 



Elzabeth Cittie ~ 

ALLEXANDER MOUNTNEY his MUSTER 

ALLEXAND' MOUNTNEY aged 33 in the Mary James 1610. 
LENORD MOUNTNEY aged 21 in the Bonn Nona 1620 
JOHN WALTON aged 28 in the Elzabetk 1621 
BRYAN ROGERS aged 18 in the Elaabeth 1621 
JOHN WASHBORNE aged 25 in the Jonathan 1619 



A list of the BURIAL 

WESTON BROWNE Aprill. 20. 

RICHARD WIFFE Aprell 26 

JOHN MILEMAN Aprell 28 

JOHN JACKSON Maye 12 

EDWARD HILL Maye 15 

PEETER Maye 16 

JAMES MORE June 24 

M' TOMSON 

PHILLIP COOCKE July 8 

THOMAS EBES July 12 

M' CHAMBERLINS Man July 17 

SlBILL MORGON July 1 8 

WETIIERSBY August 8 
JAMES CHAMBERLIN August u 



LES in ELZABETH CITTY 1624. 

M' FENTON Minister Septemb' 5. 
WILLIAM WHITE Septemb' 12. 
JAMES CHAMBERLIN Septemb' 22 
MARY DOWNEMAN a Child Nou- 

cmb' 23. 

JOHN STAMFORD Septemb' 30 
THOMAS DAVIS 
PEETER DICKENSON 
RICHARD EASTE 
THOMAS HUNTER 
JOHN SIMNELL* 
HENRIE MIDDELLTON 
SAMMUELL LAMBERT 
JOHN BUSH. 



A MUSTER of the Inhabitente of ELIZABETH CITTIE beyond 
Hampton River. Beinge the Companyes land. 

CAP' FRANCIS WEST his MUSTER 

Cap 1 FRANCIS WEST Counseler aged 36 in the Mary Ann Margett 1610 
M rs FRANCIS WEST Widdowe in the Supply 1620 
NATHANIELL WEST borne in Virginia 

* [This name has been altered from some previous spelling : but it is doubtless correct a 
printed.] 

33 



258 MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IX VIRGINIA. 



Elzabeth cittie Servant's 

JOANE FAIRECHILD aged 20 in the George 1618 
BENJAMIN OWIN aged 18 in the Swan id 2^ 
WILLIAM PARXEI.L aged 18 in the Sontlia:npti n 1622 
WALTER COUPER aged 22 in the Neptune i6i>-' 
REINOULD GODWIN aged 30 in the Abigail 1620 
JOHN PEDRO a Ncger aged 30 in the Swan 1623 



CAP Jonx MARTIN his MUSTER 

Cap 1 JOHN MARTIN "| 

SACKFORD WETIIE RF.I.L aged 2 \ I 

JOHN SMITH aged 31 y\n the Swan 1624 

JOHN HOWARD aged 24 

JOHN ANTHOXIK aged 23 J 



GEORGK MEDCALFE his MUSTER 
GEORGE MEDCALFE aged 46 
SARA MI.DCALFE aged 30 in the Hopewdl 1624. 
JOANE A Child. 



EDWARD JOHNSON his MUSTER 
EDWARD JOHNSON aged 26 in the Abigail 1621 

in the BffiiaNoita 1621 
A Child borne in Virginia 



JOHN LAUCKFILD his MUSTER 
JOHN LAUCKFTLD aged 24 in the Bona Nona 1621 
ALICE LAUCKFILD aged 24 in the Abbigall 1621 
SAMMUELL KENNELL aged 30 in the Abigail 1621 






MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 259 



El/abeth Cittic 

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 

ELZABETH ELY aged 30 in the Warwicke 1622 
ANN ELY borne in Virginia 



WILLIAM TILER his MUSTER 

WILLIAM TiLER in the Francis Bonavcntitre 1620 
ELIZABETH TILER in the Francis Bonavcnturc 1620 

Servant's 

ROBART MORE aged 50 in the Prouidence 1622 
WILLIAM BROWNE aged 26 in the Prouideitcc 1622 
ROBART TODD aged 20 in the Hopcwell 1622 
ANTHONIE BURT aged 18 in the Hopwcll 1622 
SAMIELL BENNETT aged 40 in the Prouidencc 1622 
JOANE BENNETT in \\\z pi-outdanc 1622 



THOMAS FLYNT his MUSTER 

THOMAS FLYNT in ihe>iana 1618 

THOMAS MERRES aged 21 in the Francis Bona Venture 1620 

HENRIE WHEELER aged 20 in the Tryall 1620. 

JOHN BROCKE aged 19 in the Bonn Nona 1619 

JAMES BROOKES aged 19 in the Jonathan 1619 

ROBART SAVADGE aged 18 in the Elzabeth 1621 

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260 MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 
El/:abeth Cittie 

JOHN WARD his MUSTER 

JOHN WARD in the Ekabcth 1621 

ADAM RIMWELL aged 24 in the Sofia iwiia 1619 

CHRISTOPHER WYNWILL aged 26 in the Bona Nona 1619 

OLIUER JENKIN aged 40 

JOANE JENKIN a littell Child 

HENRIE POTTER aged 50 

ANN POTTER in the London Marchant 

ROBART GOODMAN aged 24 in the Bona Nona 1619 



GREGORIE DOME his MUSTER 

GREGORIE DORIE aged 36 in the Bona Nona 1620. 
his wiffe a littell Child borne in Virginia 



JOHN MORE his MUSTER 

JOHN MORE adge 36 in the Bona Nona 1620 
ELZABETH MORE in the Abigail 1622. 



SARGENT WILLIAM BARRY his MUSTER 
WILLIAM BARRY in the Bona Nona 1619 

Servant's 

RICHARD FRISBIE aged 34 in the Jonathan 1619 
WILLIAM ROOKINES aged 26 in the Bona Nona 1619 
JOSEPH HATTFILD aged 24 in the Bona Nona 1619 
CUTBERT SEIRSON aged 22 in the Bona Nona 1619 
JOHN GIBBES aged 24 in the Abigail 1621 
FRANCIS HILL aged 22 in the Bona Nona 1619 
JOHN VAGHAN aged 23 in the Bona Nona 1619 
EDWARD MARSHALL aged 26 in the Abigail 1621 



MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 261 



Elzabeth Cittie 

WILLIAM JOYCE aged 26 in the Abigail 1621 
WILLIAM EVAND'S aged 23 in the Bono. Nona 1619 
RALPH OSBORNE aged 22 in the Bono, Nona 1619 
MORRIS STANLEY aged 26 in the hopeivell 1624 
NICCOLAS WEASELL aged 28 in the Abigail 1621 
STEPHEN DICKSON aged 25 in the Bona Nona 1619 
THOMAS CALDER aged 24 in the Bona Nona 1619 



WILLIAM HAMPTON his MUSTER 

WILLIAM HAMPTON age 34 in the Bona Nona 1621. 

JOANE HAMPTON 

JOHN ARNDELL age 22 in the Abigail 1621 



ANTHONIE BONALL his MUSTER 

ANTHONIE BONALL age 42 ) . 

\ in the Abigail 1621 
ELIAS LEGARDO age 38 

ROBART WRIGHT age 45 in the Swan 1608 
JOANE WRIGHT and two Children borne in Virginia 
WILLIAM BINSLEY age 18 in the Jacob 1624 
ROBART GODWIN age 19 in the Swan 1624 

VlRBRITT 1 . f , i *u Jt* i 

> two frenchmen in the Abigail 1622 
OBLE HERO ) 



ROBART THRASHER his MUSTER 

ROBART THRASHER age 22 in the Bona Nona 1620 
ROLAND WILLIAMES age 20 in the Jonathan 1623. 

Servant 
JOHN SACKER age 20 in the Marget and John 1623 



JOHN HANEY age 27 in the Margett and John 1621 



262 MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 



Mc/abcth Cittic 

ELZABETH HANIE in the Abigail 1622 
NICHOLAS ROWE in the Elzabeth 1621 
MARY ROWE in the London Marcliant 1620 



Servant's 
LAND ae , 
RALPH HOOLE 



THOMAS MORELAND J age , 9 in the ^^ l62I 
> 



A list of the DEAD beyond Hampton River 

of M' BON ALES Servant i 

W DOWSE his men 2 

M' PEETER ARNDELL 



The Eastcmc A MUSTER of the Inhabitance of the Easterne 

Shore. 

Shore ouer the Baye. 
CAP T WILLIAM EPES his MUSTER, (in the William and Thomas 

MARGRETT EPES in the George 1621 

Servant's 

NlCCHOLAS RAYNBERD age 22 in the Swan 1624 
WILLIAM BURDITT age 25 in the Susan 1615 
THOMAS CORNISH age 25 in the Dntic 1620 
PEETER PORTER age 19 in. the Tiger 1621 
JOHN BAKER age 20 in the Ann 1623 
EDWARD ROGERS age 26 in the Ann 1623 
THOMAS WARDEN age 24 in the Ann 1623 
BENIAMINE KNIGHT age 28 in the Bona Nona 1620 
NICCOLAS GRANGER age 15 in the George 1618 
WILLIAM MUNNES age 25 in the Sampson 1619 
IlENRlE WILSON age 24 in the Sampson 1619 
JAMES BLACKBORNE age 20 in the Sampson 1619 
NICHOLAS SufiiERFiLD age 15 in the Sampson 1619 



MUSTEXS OF TIIR INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 263 



' hc shorf n< CAP T JOHN WILLCOCKKS his MUSTER 

Cap' JOHN WILLCOCKKS in the Bonn Nona 1620 
HENRIE CHARLTON age 19 in the George 1623 



Ancient THOMAS SAUAGF. his MUSTER 

THOMAS SAVAGE in the John and Francis 1607 
ANN SAVAGE in the Sea Flower 1621 

Servant's 

JOHN WASHBORNE age 30 in the Jonathan 1620 
THOMAS BELSON age 1 2 



CAP T THO: GRAVES his MUSTER 
Cap' THOMAS GRAUES in the Mary and Margrett 1607 



WALTER SCOTT his MUSTER 

WALTER SCOTT in the Hercules 1618 
APPHIA SCOTT in the Gift 1618 
PERCIS SCOTT borne in Virginia 



THOMAS POWELL his MUSTER 
THOMAS POWELL in the Sampson 1618 



WILLIAM SMITH his MUSTER 
WILLIAM SMITH age 26 in the Sampson 1618 



EDWARD DREWE his MUSTER 
EDWARD DREWE age 22 in the Sampson 1618 



2 6 4 MUSTERS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 



Kalernc shore ClIARLES HARMAN his MUSTER 

CHARLES HARMAN age 24 in the Furtherance 1622 
JOHN ASKUME age 22 in the | ^. 
ROBERT FENNELL age 20 in the t 
JAMES KNOTT age 23 in the George 1617 



NICHOLAS HODGSKINS his MUSTER 

NICHOLAS HODGSKINES age 27 in the Edwin 1616 
TEMPORANCE HODGSKIXES in the Jonathan 1620 
MARGRETT HODGSKINS borne in Virginia 



SOLLOMAN GREENE his MUSTER 
SOLLOMAN GREENE age 27 in the Diana 1618 



THOMAS GASKOYNE his MUSTER 
THOMAS GASKOYNE age 34 in the Bona Nona 1619 



WILLIAM ANDROS at the age 25 in the Treasurer 1617 
DANNIELL CUGLEY age 28 in the London Marchant 1620 



JOHN BLORE his MUSTER 

JOHN BLORE age 27 in the Star 1610 

FRANCIS BLORE age 25 in the London Marchant 1620 

Servant's 

JOHN PARRAMORE age 17 in the Bona Venture 1622 
JOHN WILKINES 









MUSTEKS OF THE INHABITANTS IN VIRGINIA. 265 



Kasteme shore 

ROBART BALL his MUSTER 
ROBART BALL age 27 in the London Mar chant 1619 



WILLIAM BIBBIE his MUSTER 

WILLIAM BIBBIE age 22 in the Swan 1621* 
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 Mary gould 1618 
BRIGGETT WILKINES age 20 in the Wanvicke 1621 



PERREGRIM WATKINES his MUSTER 
PERREGRIN WATKINES age 24 in the George 1621 



WILLIAM DAVIS his MUSTER 
WILLIAM DAVIS age 33 in the William and Thomas 1618 



DEAD in this Plantation 1624 

THOMAS HELCOTT. 
JOHN WILKINES. 



* [Not quite clear : may be 1620, blotted.) 

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[PATENTS GRANTED, &c.l 



THE CORPORACON OF HENERICO 

[1626.] 

ON the Northerly side of James River, from the Fallcs downe to 
Hcncrico. Contayning about x Miles in length, arc y c publiquc 
Land's, reserved f laid out, whcrof 10,000: Acres, for the 
Vniucrsitie Lands, 3000 Acres for the Companys Lands, w ll< 
other Land belonging to the Colledge ; the Comon Land for 
the Corporacon 1500 Acres. 



On the Southcrley side bcgining from the Falles, their arc these 
PATTENTS graunted (vizt. 

JOHN PETERSON 100: Acres 

ANTHONY EDWARD'S 100: 

NATHANELL WORTON 100: 

JOHN PROCTER IGO: 

THOMAS TRACY 100: 

JOHN BILLIARD 100: 

FRANCIS WESTON 300: 

PHETTIPLACE CLOSSE 100: 

v By Pattent. 
JOHN PRICE 150: 

PKTTER NEVMART+ 120:$ 

WILLIAM PERRY 100: 

JOHN BLOWER 100: Surrendred 

for the vse of the Iron \Vorkes. 

EDWARD HUDSON 100: 

THOMAS MORGAN 150: 

THOMAS SHEFFIELD 150: 



* [There is a duplicate of this list,, but it agrees in the main : we have indicated in notes 
nil differences of any importance in the spelling of names.] 
t [Ni.u \i \RT in the duplicate list.] 
J [Apparently 12O, though blotted ; but in the duplicate list it is IOO.] 



PATENTS GRANTED, 6-v. 



267 



In COXENDALE, w th in the same Corporacon of HENERICO. 

EDWARD BARKLEY 12 Acres 

RICHARD BOLTON 100 

ROBERT AUKLAND* 200 

JOHN GRIFFIN 50 

* }- By Pattent. 

FETTER NEiNNEARTf 40 

THOMAS TINDALL 100 

THOMAS READE 100 



JOHN LAYDEN 200 

THE CORPORACON OF CHARLES CITTIE 

GEORGE GRINESJ 30 Acres planted 

WILLIAM VINCENT 100 planted 

RICHARD TAYLOR 100 planted 

ROBERT PARTTKN 50 

THOMAS DOUSE 400 

GEORGE CAWCOTT too 

ISACK.E CHAPLINE 50 

THOMAS ROSSE 100 

JOHNOWLYE 5 o f By Patient. 

JOSUAII ClIARDE .. IOO 

JOHN DODD'S 50 

WILLIAM SHARPES 40 

JAMES VSHUR 100 

WILLIAM CRADOUKE 100 

JOHN OWLY 150 

TIIEOPHILUS BERISTON 100 



[AcKLAND in the duplicate li-t.] t [Ni:iMAKl in the duplicate list.J 

J [GKlMtb in the duplicate list.] 

342 



263 



PATENTS GRANTED, d-r. 



JOHN HARRIS 200 Acres planted 

ROBERT PAKTTIN 100 planted 

NATHANIEI.L CAUSEY 200 

JOHN CARTTER 40 

Captaine MADDISON 250 planted 

RICHARD BIGGS 150 planted 

FRANCIS MASON 50 

HENRY BAGWELL 50 

SAMUEI.L JARRATT* 100 

J ()IIN DADE I0 } By Pattent. 

THOMAS SWINHOW 300 

THOMAS HOBSON 150 

SYMON FORTESCUE 100 

THOMAS OAGUE 100 

WILLIAM BALY 100 

JOH-N WRITTERS 100 

Leift: RICH: GRUDGE 250 

JOHN CARR 100 

RICHARD TAYLOR 100 

ROUERT BOURNE 250 planted 



Laid out for the Company Land belowe SHERLEY HUNDRED Hand 
3000 Acres 



Claimed by CAPTAINE FRANCIS WEST, att WESTOUER 500 Acres 



Vppon APMATUCKE RIVER 

WILLIAM FARRAR 100 Acres 

HENRY MILWARD 250 

CHARLES MAGNOR 650 

SAMUELL SHARPE 100 

HrMTHKKY KENT 50 



By Pattent. 



* [JtKRATT in the duplicate list.] 



PATENTS GRANTED, &>f. 



269 



M r ABRA: PERSEY 1150 Acres 

RICHARD SYMONS 100 

ARTHUR ANTONYE 150 Acres " v ^ attent 

WILLIAM SIZEMORE 100 Acres 

WILLIAM DOWGLAS 250 Acres 

Here is Land laid out for CHARLES CITTIE, and the Comon Land. 

The Territory of CREATE WEYONOKE. 

CHRISTOPHER HARDING roo Acres 

WILLIAM BAILY 50 

RICHARD PRATT 150 

WILLIAM JARRET* 200 

Capt Jo: WOODLIFFE 550 

TEMPERANCE BAILY 200 ^ By Pattent 

SAMUELL JORDAN 450 planted 

TEMPERANCE BAILY 200 planted , 

ISACKE CHAPLIN 200 planted 

Capt: NATHANIELL POWLE ... 600 Acres 

M r SAMUELL MAICOCKES Diuident. 

PERSEYS hundred 1000 Acres planted 

TANKS WAYONOKE ouer against ) A 

1 C 2 200 Acres. 
PERSEYS hundred 

Captaine SPILLMANS Diuident, 

MARTTIN BRANDON belonging to Captaine JOHN MARTTIN by Pattent 
out of England (planted). 

Vppon the easterly Side of Chapokes Creeke, is appointed 500 Acres, 
belonging to y e place of Treasure by order of Courtt 

JOHN MARTTIN 100 Acres -v 

GEORGE HARRISON 200 I By Pattent 

SAMUELL EACH 500 

* [JERRATT in the duplicate list.] 



2 70 



PATENTS GRANTED, 



On the Northerly Side, is the land belonging to Southampton hundred 
Containeing looooo: Acres, extending from Tanks Wayonoke 
downe to the mouth of Chicahomny River. 



THE CORPORACON OF JAMES CITTIE 

Adioyneing to the mouth of Chicohominy River ther are 3000 Acres of 
Land, laid out for y e Company 3000 Acres, laid out for the place of 
the Gouerner (planted) in w ch are Some smale parcells, graunted by 
Sir THOMAS DALE and Sir SAMUELL ARGALL (planted) 

M r RICHARD BUCKE 750 Acres planted ) 

The GEABE [GLEABE] LAND 100 ) 

In the Hand of James Cittie, are many parcells of land, graunted to the 
inhabitant's by Pattent, and order of Courtt 

The Territory of TAPPAHANNA ouer against JAMES CITTIE. 

JOHN DODD'S 150 Acres 

JOHN BURROWS 150 planted 

RICHARD PACE 200 planted 

FRANCIS CHAPMAN 100 y By Pattent 

THOMAS GATES 100 

M r JOHN ROLFE 400 planted 

Capt W" POWELL* 200 planted 

Capt SAMUELL MATHEWS Diuident planted 
Captaine JOHN HURLESTONS Diuident planted 

JOHN BAINHAM 200 Acres planted 1 

M r GEORGE SANDYS 300 planted 

EDWARD GRINDON 150 planted 

WILLIAM EWENS 1000 planted f B y Pattent 

Capt W M POWELL* 550 planted 

Ensigne Jo: VTIE 100 

ROBERT EUERS .. 100 Acres 



* [I'uWLE, in each case, in the duplicate li^ 



PA TENTS GRA NTED, &c. 271 



In Hog Hand MARY BAILY 500 Acres planted (by pattent 
Southiipton hundred in Hog Hand planted 

Captaine RAPHE HAMAR* by Clame in Hog Hand. 250 Acres 
planted 

ARCHERS HOPE 

Capt ROGER SMITH 100 Acres planted , 

RICHARD KINGSMELL 200 ibyorderof Courtt. 

M r \V" CLAYBOURXE 250 J 

Ensigne W M S PENCE ) A 

\ 300 Acres planted 
JOHN FOWLER ) 

JOHN JOHNSON 100 

RICHARD KINGSMELL 300 

WILLIAM FAIRFAX 200 

JOAKIN ANDREWES 100 

JOHN GRUBB 100 

JOHN JEFFERSON 250 

GEORGE PERRY 100 

RICHARD STAPLES 150 

RICHARD BREWSTER 100 

/ 

MARTTINS HUNDRED Containeing as is Alledged 80000 Acres part 
planted 



Nere MULBERY I LAND 

NATHAN ILL HuATTf 200 Acres s 

CaptW M PEERCE N / 

Mr JOHN ROLFE with some 1 1700: Acres planted \ y Pattent 
others ., ' 



> By Pattent. 



* [I I AMOR in the duplicate list.] 

t [Ajiparently so, though the second and third letters are blotted ; but it is clearly Hi TT 
in the duplicate list.] 



2 7 2 



PATENTS GRANTED, 



\V.\ROSQUOIACKE Plantacon Contayncing downe ward's, from Hog 
Hand xiiij tcn miles by the River side, in w c '> are these pattents 
following (vizt) : 

JOHN CARTER 100 Acres 

CHRISTOPHER DANIKLL too 

ADAM DIXSON 100 

JOHN BERRY 100 

THOMAS WINTER 100 

By Pattent 
JOHN POLLINGTON 600 

THOMAS POOLE too 

ANTHONY BARHAM 100 

Capt NETHA: BASSE 300 planted 

GILES JONES 150 planted 

BLUNT POINTE 

M r W M CLAYBOURNE 500 Acres by orde' of Court 

JOHN BAINHAM 300 Acres by pattent 

Capt RAPHE HAMER* 500 Acres by order of Court 

GILBERT PEPPETT 50 Acres planted } B pat t e nt 

FRANCIS GIFFORD 50 Acres planted 3 

Captaine SAMUELL MATHEWS his Diuedent by order of Court, planted. 

THOMAS HETHERSALL 200 Acres 

CORNELIUS MAY 100 

RICHARD CRAUEN 150 

RICHARD TREE 50 j* By Pattent. 

RICHARD DOMELAWE 150 

PERSIUALL IBBISON 50 

EDWARD WATTERS 100 Acres 



* [H.-vMOR in the duplicate libt.] 



PATENTS GRANTED, Sv. 



Belowe BLUNT POINT 

Capt JOHN HURLESTONK ... 100 Acres -> 

ROBERT HUTCHINS 100 Acres _} by P attent 

JOHN SOUTHERNE 40 Acres -i 

Sr FRANCIS WYATT 500 Acers } by Order of Courtt 

MORRIS THOMSON 150 Acres 

JOHN SALFORD 100 

PHARAOH FLINTON 150 , 

LEIFT CHILES ALINGTON too 

WILLIAM BENTLEY 50 

THOMAS GODBY 100 Acres 

THE CORPORACON OF ELIZABETH CITTIE 

NEWPORTS NEWES 1300 Acres plantd -^ 

The GLEAB LAXD 100 planted 

M"- KEYTH* too planted 

THOMAS TAYLOR 50 planted 

JOHN POWELL 150 planted 

Capt W M TUCKER 150 

RICHARD BOULTON 50 Acres Claimed planted 

JOHN SALFORD 50 Acres planted 

ROBERT SALFORDf roo planted 

ROBERT SALFORDf 100 

MILES PRICKETT 150 planted 

JOHN BUSH 300 planted 

WILLIAM JULIAN 150 planted 

LEIFT: LUPO 350 planted ^-by pattent 

ELIZABETH LUPO 50 

THOMAS SPILMAN 50 planted 

EDWARD HILL 100 planted 

ALEXANDER MOUNTNEY 100 planted 

WILLIAM COLE 50 planted 

WILLIAM BROOKS 100 planted 

The GLEAB LAND 100 planted 

ELIZA: DONTHORNEj 100 planted \ . pattent 

WILLIAM GANY 200 planted J 

* [KF.TH in the duplicate list.] t [Thus repeated in the original 

J [DUNTHORNE in the duplicate list.] 

35 



274 



PATENTS GRANTED, &>c. 



bv Pattent. 



WILLIAM CAPPS divident planted 

WILLIAM LANDSDELL 100 Acres plantd 

M r W M CLAYBOURNE 150 planted 

JOHN GUNNERY 150 planted 

MARY BOULDIN 100 planted 

THOMAS BOULDIN 200 planted 

M r FETTER ARUNDELL 200 

BARTHOLMEW HOSKINS 100 

Capt RAUGHLY CROSHAW ^ 

betweene Fox hill Pe- I So 

monkey River J 

THO: WlLLOWSABY about 2 -\ 

miles w lll in the mouth of \ 200 Acres, by order of Court 

Pemonkey River 

On the Easterly Side of Southampton River, their are 3000 Acres, be- 
longing to the Company at Elizabeth Cittie, planted, And 1500* 
Acres Comon Land, 



On y e South Side of the maine River against ELIZABETH CITTIE 

THOMAS WILLOUGHBYE 100 Acres 

THOMAS CHAPMAN 100 

THOMAS BREWOOD 200 

JOHN DowNMANf 100 

Capt W" TUCKER 650 

JOHN SIPSEY 250 

LEIFT: Jo: CHEESMANJ 200 



>- by pattent 



The Easterne shore Ouer the Bay 

JOHN BLOWER 140 Acres 

Ensigne SALVADGE his Diuident 

Sir GEORGE YARDLY at Hangers 3700 Acres by Order of Court 

Certaine others have planted their, but no Patients haue bene 
graunted them, the Companyes and the Secretaryes Tennants, were 
alsoe their Seated but no land ordered, to bee laid out for them, as in the 
other 4 Corporacons. 



[150 in the duplicate list.] 



| [CliESMAM in the duplicate list.] 



t [DOWNEMAN in the duplicate list.] 






[PORTS OF IPSWICH AND WEYMOUTH, 



RETURNS OF THOSE WHO EMBARKED 

FOR NEW ENGLAND. 

16341635.] 



35-2 



[RETURNS OF THOSE WHO EMBARKED 
FOR NEW ENGLAND. 

1634-1635.] 



To the right honno ble the Lords & others of his Ma 1 '" nioste honno ble 

privie Councell. 

The humble peticon Certificates of Joi-lX CUTTINGE 
Ma r of the Shipp called the Francis, and WILLIAM 
ANDREWES Ma r of the Elizabeth, both of Ipsw ch 

Right honno ble accordinge to yo' Lopps order, wee doe heerew th presente 
vnto yo' Lopps, the names of all the Passengers that vvente for Newe- 
England in the said Shipps the Tenth daye of Aprill laste paste. 

/ Humblie iritreatinge yo' LoPP s (they havinge pforemed yo' 
honno's order) that the bond's in that behalfe given may 
bee delivered back to yo' peticon's. 

And they as in dutie bound will daylie praye for yo' 
honno's healthes happynes 



IPSWICH A Note of all the names and ages of all those which 
did not take the Oath of Allegiance or Supremacy being vnder 
age shipped in our Port In the Francis of Ipswich M' JOHN CUTTING: 
bound for New England the last of Aprill 1634 

..(JOHN LEA aged 13 yeres 

WILL: WESTWOOD:* J ' 

(GRACE NEWELL ...aged 13 yeres 

* [The " braces " arc not in the original, hut 'have been inserted for the sake of clearness.] 



2 7 8 



EMBARKED FOR NEW ENGLAND. 



Ron 1 : ROSE: 



WILL: FREEBOURX:.. 



JN: BERNARD: 



9 
7 
3 

2 

7 

2 



ABRAHA: NEWELL. 



EDWARD: BUGBY.... 
JOHN: PEASE: 

ROWLAND: STEBING: * 

MARY: BLOSSE: 

THO: SHERWOOD: ... 

RoB T :CooE: 

RICH: PEPPER:.. 



r JOHN ROSE aged 15 [yeeres] 

ROBERT ROSE aged 15 

ELIZ: ROSE aged 13 

MARY ROSE aged u 

SAMUELL ROSE aged 

SARAH ROSE aged 

DANYELL ROSE aged 

L DARCAS ROSE aged 

MARY FREEBOURNE . aged 
SARAH FREEBOURNE aged 

JOHN ALDBURGH aged 14 

| FAYTH NEWELL aged 14 

I HENRY HAWARD aged 7 

f ABRAHAM NEWELL... aged 8 

I JOHN NEWELL aged 5 

* ISAACKE NEWELL ...aged 2 

SARAH BUGBYE aged 4 

f FAYTH CLEARKE aged 15 

ROBERT PEASE aged 3 

I DARCAS GREENE aged 15 

f THOMAS STEBING ...aged 14 

SARAH STEBING aged u 

ELIZ: STEBING aged 6 

JOHN STEBING aged 8 

I MARY WINCHE aged 15 

RICHARD BLOSSE aged u 

ANNA SHERWOOD ...aged 14 

ROSE SHERWOOD aged u 

THOMAS SHERWOOD . aged 10 
REBECCA SHERWOOD aged 9 

f JOHN CODE aged 

< ROBERT COOE aged 

* BEXIAMIN COOE aged 

r MARY PEPp [PEPPER] aged 3 and halfe 



8 
7 
5 



STEPHEN BECKETT... aeed u 



EMBARKED FOR NE IV ENGLAND. 



279 



f ELIZ: HAMOND aged 15 [yeeres] 

ELIZ: HAMOND: -| SARAH HAMOND aged 10 

I JOHN HAMOND aged 7 

Ipswich Customehouse this xij* of Nouember 1634 

PHIL: BROWNE EDW: MANN Compt 

Custr. 



IPSWICH A Note of the names and ages of all the Passengers 
which tooke shipping In the Francis of Ipswich M' JOHN CUT- 
TING bound for new England the last of Aprill 1634 



yeeres 

JOHN BEETES aged 40 

WILLIAM HAULTON aged 23 

NICHOLAS JENNING'S ...aged 22 
WILLIAM WESTWOODE \ aged ) 28 

BRIDGETT his wife ) aged j 32 

CLEARE DRAp [DRAPER] aged 30 

ROBERT ROSE > aged 140 

MARGERY his wife j aged } 40 

JOHN BERNARD ) aged ) 36 

MARY his wife j aged) 38 

WILLIAM FREBOURNE i aged } 40 

MARY his wife ) aged J 33 

ANTHONY WHITE aged 27 

EDWARD BUGBYE } aged } 40 

REBECCA his wife ) aged J 32 

ABRAHAM NEWELL ...} aged j 50 

FRANCIS his wife j aged j 40 

JUST HOULDING aged 23 

JOHN PEASE aged 27 

ROBERT WINGE aged 60 

JUDITH his wife aged 43 

JOHN GREENE aged 27 



[yeeres] 

ROBERT PEASE aged 27 

HUGH MASON | aged -j 28 

HESTER his wife I aged} 22 

ROWLAND STEBING . . . -) aged ) 40 

SARAH his wife j aged J 43 

THOMAS SHERWOOD... -| aged 48 

ALICE his wife Jaged 47 

THOMAS KING aged 19 

JOHN MAPES aged 21 

MARY BLOSSE aged 40 

ROBERT COOE | aged -| 38 

ANNA his wife J aged j 43 

MARY ONGE aged 27 

THOMAS BOYDEN aged 21 

RICHARD WATTLIN aged 28 

JOHN LYUERMORE aged 28 

RICHARD PEPp [PEPPER] > aged 27 

MARY his wife j aged 30 

RICHARD HOULDING ...aged 25 

JUDETH GARNETT aged 26 

ELIZ: HAMOND aged 47 

THURSTON CLEARKE ...aged 44 



EMBARKED FOR NEW ENGLAND. 



These psons aboue named tooke the Oath of Allegeance and Supre- 
macy at his Maties Custome house in Ips wch before vs his Maties Officers 
according to the order of the Lords & others of his Maties most hono ble 
Priuy Councell: This xij th of Nouember 1634 

Ipswich Customehouse THO CLERI scr 

EDW: MANN Compt 
PHIL BROWNE 
Custr. 



JPSWICH A Note of the names and ages of all the Passengers 
which tooke shipping In the Elizabeth of Ipswich M' WILLTA 
ANDREWS bound for new EngLand the last of Aprill 1634 



yeeres 

JOHN SHERMAN ......... aged 20 

JOSEPH MOSSE ............ aged 24 

RICHARD WOODWARD \ aged 45 
ROSE his wife ............ I aged 

EDMOND LEWIS ......... \ aged 

MARY his wife ......... /aged 

JOHN SPRING ............ \aged 

ELINOR his wife ......... J aged 

THURSTON RAYNOR... | aged 
ELIZABETH his wife ... f aged 
THOMAS SKOTT ......... \ aged 

ELIZABETH his wife ... ) aged 
HENERY KEMBALL ...-(aged 
SUSAN his wife ......... J aged 

RICHARD KEMBALL . . . ^ aged 
VRSULA his wife ......... /aged 

ISAACKE MIXER, ...... | aged 31 

SARAH his wife ......... I aged 33 

MARTHA SCOTT ............ aged 60 

GEORGE MUNNING'S... | aged 37 
ELIZABETH his wife ... J aged 41 



50 
33 
32 
45 
46 
40 
36 
40 
40 
44 
35 
39 



[yeeres] 
30 
27 



JOHN BERNARD \ aged 

PHEBE his wife / aged 

THOMAS KILBORNE ... ) aged 24 

ELIZABETH his wife ... ) aged 20 

JOHN CROSSE ^ aged 50 

ANNE his wife jaged 38 

ROBERT SHERIN aged 32 

HUMPHRY BRADSTREET-| aged 40 

BRIDGETT his wife jaged 30 

HENERY GLOUER aged 24 

WILLIAM BLOMFIELD . ~| aged 30 

SARAH his wife Jaged 25 

ROBERT DAY ) aged 30 

MARY his wife /aged 28 

SARAH REYNOLD'S aged 20 

ROBERT GOODALL ) aged 30 

KATHERIN his wife ... j aged 28 

SAMUELL SMITHE ) aged 32 

ELIZABETH his wife ... j aged 32 

THOMAS HASTING'S ... 1 aged 29 

SUSAN his wife /aged 34 



EMBARKED FOR NEW ENGLAND. 



281 



[yeeres] 

SUSAN MUNSON ......... aged 25 

MARTIN VNDERWOOD | aged 
MARTHA his wife ...... ) aged 

HENERY GOULDSON ...} aged 
ANNE his wife ......... ) aged 

ANNE GOULDSTON ...... aged 



38 
31 
43 
45 
18 
26 



[yeeres] 

JOHN PALMER aged 24 

DANYELL PIERCE aged 23 

JOHN CLEARKE aged 22 

JOHN FIRMIN aged 46 

REBECCA ISAACKE aged 36 

ANNE DORIFALL aged 24 



WILLIAM CUTTING aged 

These psons aboue named tooke the Oath of Allegeance and Supre- 
macy, at his Mat's Custome house in Ipswich before vs his Maties Officers 
according to the order of the Lords & others of his Mat's most Hono hle 
Priuy Councell : This xij* h of Nouember, 1634. 

THO CLERI Scr 
Ipswich Custome House 

PHIL. BROWNE EDW: MAN 

Custr Compt 



IPSWICH A Note of all the names and ages of all those which 
did not take the oath of Allegiance or Supremacy being vnder 
age shipped in o' Port In the Elisabeth of Ipswich M r WlLLlA AN- 
DREWES, bound for New England the last of Aprill 1634 

JOHN LEWIS: aged 3 yeeres 
THOMAS LEWIS: aged 3 quarters 
GEORGE WOODWARD: aged 13 
JOHN WOODWARD: aged 13 



ED: LEWIS: 



RICH: WOODWARD: 



MARY SPRING: aged n. 

JOHN: SPRING: J HENRY SPRING aged 6 

1 JOHN SPRING aged 4 

WILLIAM SPRING aged 3 quarters 
C THURSTON RAYNER aged 13 
JOSEPH RAYNOR aged 1 1 
ELIZABETH RAYNOR aged 9 
THURSTON: RAYNOR:... ^ SARAH RAYNOR aged 7 

LIDIA RAYNOR, aged i 
EDWARD RAYNOR aged 10 
*- ELIZABETH KEMBALL aged 13 

36 



282 



EMBARKED FOR NEW ENGLAND 



I 



ELIZABETH SCOTT aged 9 [yceresj 



HEN: KEMBALL:.. 



RICH: KEMBALL 



THO: SCOTT: -] ABIGAIL SCOTT aged 7 

THOMAS SCOTT aged 6 
ISAACK MIXER aged 4 
ELIZABETH KEMBALL. aged 4 
SUSAN KEMBALL aged i and halfe 
RICHARD CUTTING aged 1 1 

' HENRY KEMBALL aged 15 yeeres 
RICHARD KEMBALL aged 1 1 
MARY KEMBALL aged 9 
MARTHA KEMBALL aged 5 
JOHN KEMBALL aged 3 

^ THOMAS KEMBALL aged i 
JOHN LAUERICKE aged 15 

r ELIZ: MUNNING'S aged 12 
\ ABIGAIL MUNNING'S aged 7 

.- JOHN BERNARD aged 2 
J SAMUELL BERNARD aged i 

v THO: KING aged 15 
ANNA BRADSTREET aged 9 
JOHN BRADSTREET aged 3 
MARTHA BRADSTREET aged 2 
MARY BRADSTREET aged i 
WILLI; BLOMFIELD: ... SARAH BLOMFIELD aged i 

/ SAMUELL SMITH aged 9 

SAM: SMITH: ) MARY SMITH a ed 4 

) ELIZ: SMITH aged 7 

^ PHILLIP SMITH aged i 
f MARY GOODALE aged 4 
ROB T : GOODALE: J ABRAHAM GOODALE aged 2 

I ISAACKE GOODALE aged halfe a yeere 
HEN: GOULDSON: MARY GOULDSON aged 15 

Ipswich Custome house this xij* of Nouember 1634 

PHIL: BROWNE. THO CLERI scr 

p Custr. EDW: MAN 

CompT 



GEORGE: MUNNINGS:. 



JN: BERNARD: 



HUMP: BRADSTREET: , 



EMBARKED FOR NEW ENGLAND. 283 



BOUND FOR NEW ENGLAND 

RAYMOUTH 

ye 20 th of 
March 1635* 

1 JOSEPH HALL of Somers* a Ministr aged 40 year 

2 AGNIS HALL his Wife aged 25 y r 

3 JOANE HALL his daughf aged 15 Yeare 

4 JOSEPH HALL his sonne aged 13 Yeare. 

5 TRISTRAM his son aged 1 1 Yeare 

6 ELIZABETH HALL his daughf aged 7 Yeare 

7 TEMPERANCE his daughf aged 9 Yeare 

8 GRISSELL HALLf his daught r aged 5 Yeare 

9 DOROTHY HALLf his daughf aged 3 Yeare 

10 JUDETH FRENCH his s'vamt aged 20 Yeare 

11 JOHN WOOD his s'vaunt aged 20 yeare 

12 ROB T DABYN his s'vamt aged 28 Yeare 

13 MUSACHIELL BERNARD of batcombe Clothier 

in the County of Somersett 24 Yeare 

14 MARY BERNARD his wife aged 28 yeare 

15 JOHN BERNARD his sonne aged 3 Yeare 

1 6 NATHANIELL his sonne aged i Yeare 

17 RICH: PERSONS salter his s'vant: 30: yeare 

1 8 FRANCIS BABER Chandler aged 36 yeare 

19 JESOPE Joyner aged 22 Yeare 

20 WALTER JESOP Weaver aged 21 Yeare 

in 

21 TIMOTHY TABOR of Som's' of Batcombe 

taylor aged 35 Yeare 

22 JANE TABOR his Wife aged 35 Yeare 

23 JANE TABOR his daugh tr aged 10 Yeare 

24 ANNE TABOR his daughf: aged 8 yeare 

25 SARAH TABOR his daughf aged 5 Yeare 

* [Really 1633.] f [So in the original.] 

36-2 



284 EMBARKED FOR NEW ENGLAND. 

26 WiftM FEVER his s'vaunt aged 20 Yeare 

27 JN: WHITMARCK aged 39 yeare 

28 ALCE WHITMARKE his Wife aged 35 yeare 

29 JM* WHITMARCKE his sonne aged n yeare 

Portus 
Waymouth 30 JANE his daughf aged 7 Yeare 

31 OUSEPH \pr ONSEPH] WHITMARKE his sonne 

aged 5 yeare 

32 RICH: WHYTEMARK his sonne aged 2 Yeare 

33 WittM READ of Batcombe Taylor in 
34t Som's" aged 28 Yeare 

35 SUSAN READ his Wife aged 29 Yeare 

36 HANNA READ his daugh tr aged 3 yeare 

37 LuSANj READ his daughf aged i yeare 

38 RICH: ADAMS his s'vante 29 Yeare 

39 MARY his Wife aged 26 yeare 

40 MARY CHEAME his daughf aged i yeare 

41 ZACHARY BICKEWELL aged 45 Yeare 

42 AGNIS BlCKWELL his Wife aged 27 yeare 

43 JN BICKWELL his sonne aged 11 Yeare 

44 JN KlTCHlN his servaunt 23 yeare 
46$ GEORGE ALLIN aged 24 Yeare 

47 KATHERIN ALLYN his Wife aged 

30 yeare 

48 GEORGE ALLYN his sonne aged 16 yeare 

49 WittM ALLYN his sonne aged 8 year 

50: MATHEW ALLYN his sonne aged 6 yeare 

5 1 EDWARD POOLE his s'vaunt aged 26 yeare 

52 HENRY KINGMAN aged 40 Yeares 

53 JOANE his wife beinge aged 39 

54 EDWARD KINGMAN his son aged 16 year 

55 JOANE his daughf aged n: yeeare 

* [Sic. But doubtless intended for JOHN.] 

t [It will be noticed that No. 34 is placed against the name of a place instead of that of a 
person.] 

J [Probably intended for SUSAN.] [There is no No. 45.] 



EMBARKED FOR NEW ENGLAND. 



56 ANNE his daughf aged 9 Yeare 

57 THOMAS KINGMAN his sonne aged 7 Yeare 

58 JOHN KlNGHMAN his sonne aged 2 yeare 

59 J" FORD his servaunt aged 30 Yeare 

60 WILLIAM KINGE aged 40* Yeare 

6 1 DOROTHY his Wife aged 34 yeare 

62 MARY KINGE his daughf aged 12 year 

63 KATHERYN his daughf aged 10 Yeare 

64 WlftM KINGE his sonne aged 8 year 

65 HANNA KINGE his daughf: aged 6 year 
66-f- Somm'. [Somerset.] 

THOMAS HOLBROOKE of Broudway aged 34: yeare 

67 JANE HOLBROOKE his wife aged 34 Yeare 

68 JOHN HOLBROOKE his sonne aged 1 1 yeare 

69 THOMAS HOLBROOKE his sonne aged 10 yeare 

70 ANNE HOLBROOKE his daughf aged 5 yea[re] 

71 ELIZABETH his daughf aged i yeare 

72 THOMAS DIBLE husbandin aged 22 yeare 

73 FRANCIS DIBLE soror aged 24 Yeare 

74 ROBERT LOVELL husbandman aged 40 Year 

75 ELIZABETH LOVELL his Wife aged 35 year 

76 ZACHEUS LOVELL his sonne 15 yeares 
78^ ANNE LOVELL his daughf: aged 16 yeare 

79 JOHN LOVELL his sonne aged 8 yeare 
ELLYN his daughf aged ... i yeare 

80 JAMES his sonne aged i yeare 

8 1 JOSEPH CHICKIN his servant 16 year 

82 ALICE KINHAM aged 22 yeare 

83 ANGELL HOLLARD aged ... 21 yeare 

84 KATHERYN his Wife 22 yeare 

85 GEORGE LAND his servaunt 22 yeare 

86 SARAH LAND his kinswoman 18 yeare 

* [Or 30. One figure is written over the other, and I cannot tell which is the later.] 
t [Thus in the original. This number should evidently come against the next line,] 
J [There is no No. 77 ; but it will bt observed that two lines below there is a name without 
number.] [Originally written LANG.] 



286 EMBARKED FOR NEW ENGLAND. 

87 RICHARD JOANES of Binder 

88 ROB T MARTYN of Badcombe husband m 44 

89 HUMFREY SHEPHEARD husbandm... 32 

90 JOHN VPHAM husbandman 35 

91 JOANE MARTYN 44 

92 ELIZABETH VPHAM 32 

93 JOHN VPHAM Jufi 07 

94 WILLIAM GRAUE [GRAVE] 12 

95 SARAH VPHAM 26 

96 NATHANIELL VPHAM 05 

97 ELIZABETH VPHAM 03. 

Dors 1 RICHARD WADE of Simstuly 

98* Cop [Cooper] aged 60 

99 ELIZABETH WADE his Wife 6t 

100: DINAH his daugh r 22 

101 HENRY LUSH his s'vant aged 17 

102 ANDREWE HALLETT his s'vaunt 28 

103 JOHN HOBLE husbandm 13 

104 ROB T HUSTE husbandm 40 

105 JOHN WOODCOOKE 2 

106 RICH PORTER husband 3 

JOHN PORTER Deputy 
Cleark to EDW: 

THOROUGHGOOD 

[This number should be in the line above.] f [Sic in orig.] 



A Register of the 

of such persons a 

and vpwards and haue t 

to passe into forraigne partes from . . 
march 1637 to the 29 th * day of [S]ept. . 
by vertu of a commission granted to 
m r thomas mayhew gentleman. 



* [The list does not go beyond the igth of September 1637 ; the above date must therefore 
be an error. It should be mentioned that many passages to Holland are included in the original 
document : these we omit, as not pertinent to our object. The last passage for America is dated 
May 15. The dots indicate parts of the indorsement eaten away by age.] 



[A REGISTER OF PERSONS ABOUT TO PASS 
INTO FOREIGN PARTS. 

1637-] 



|HESE people went to New England: with WlLLIAM:*ANDREWES: 
of Ipswich M r of the: John: and Doretltey: of Ipswich and 
With WILLIAM ANDREWES his Sone. M r of the Rose: of Yarmouth. 

Aprill the / 8 th / 1637. The examinaction of JOHN: BAKER: borne in 
No r wch in No r ffolck Grocar / ageed / 39 yeres and ELIZABETH: 
his Wife/ ageed/ 31 yeares with 3 Children ELIZABETH: JOHN: 
and THOMAS and 4 Saruants. MAREY: ALXARSON: aged / 24 
yeares ANNE: ALXARSON: aged / 20 yeares / BRIDGETT 
BOULLE: aged/ 32 yeares/ and SAMUELL: ARRES: aged 14 
yeares ar all desiroues to goe for / Charles Towne in New 
England ther to inhabitt and Remaine //'/ 

Aprill. the / 8 th / 1637. The examinaction of NICHO: BUSBIE: of No r wch 
in No r ff / Weauer / aged / 50 yeares and / BRIDGETT: his Wife 
/aged/ 53 yeares with /4/ Children. NICHO: JOHN: ABRAHAM: 
and SARATH: ar desirous to goe to boston in New England to 
in habitt /// 

Aprill. the / 8* / 1637 The examinaction of MlCHILL: METCALFE: of 
No'wch Do r nix Weauear / aged. 45 yeares and / SARRAH: his 
Wif / aged / 39 yeares with. / 8 Children / MlCHILL: THOMAS: 
MAREY: SARRAH: ELIZABETH: MARTHA: JOANE: and REBECA: 



* [We follow the very peculiar punctuation of this list throughout.] 



37 



290 ABOUT TO PASS INTO FOREIGN PARTS. 

and his Saruant THOMAS COMBERBACH: aged / i6/ yeares ar 
desirous to passe to buston in New England to inhabitt/'/ 
Aprill. the / St' 1 / 1637 The examinaction of JOHN: PERS: of No r wch in 
No r ff Weauear ageed 49 yeares / and ELIZABETH: his Wife aged / 
36 yeares / with 4 Children. JOHN: BARBRE: ELIZABETH: and 
JUDETH and one Saruant / JOHN: GEDNKY aged / 19 yeares. 
are desirous to passe to boston in New England to inhabitt /// 
Aprill. the /8 th / 1637. The examinaction of WILLIAM: LUDKEN: of 
No''wch in No'ff / Locksmith ther bo r ne / agced 33 yeares / 
and ELIZABETH: his Wife / ageed. / 34 yeares. With one Child 
and one Saruant / THOMAS: HOMES: are desirous to goe to 
Bostone in Newe England there to inhabitt / and Remaine /// 

*ES: of No'wch in No r ff / Cordwynar aged / 

28 yeares and. / 

with / 4 / Children SAMUELL: JOHN: ELIZABETH: and DEBRA: 

NS: aged / 18 yeares and ANNE: 

WlLLlAMES: aged / 1 5 yeares / 

England to Inhabitt /// 

RANCIS: LAWES: bo r ne in No'wch in No r ff 

and their liuing Weauear / aged nd LIDDEA: 

his Wife / ageed / 49 yeares / With one Child MAREY: and 2 
saruants. SAMUELL: LINCORNE: aged 18 yeares / and ANNE: 
SMITH: aged. 19 yeares ar desirous to passe fo r New-England 
to inhabitt /// 

8 1637. The examinaction of WILLIAM: NICKERSON: of 

No r wch in No r ff / Weauear / ageed 33 yeares. and. ANNE: his 
Wife / aged / 28 yeares with / 4 Children / NlCHO: ROBARTT: 
ELIZABETH: and ANNE: ar desirous to goe to Bostone in 
New England ther to Inhabitt /// 

Aprill the / 8 th / 1637. The examinaction of SAMUELL: Dix: of No'wch 
in No r ff Joynar ageed 43 yeares / and JOANE: his / Wife / aged 
38 yeares with 2 Children PRESELLA: and ABEGELL: and 2 
Saruantes WILLIAM: / STOREY: and DANIELL: LINSEY: the 
one aged / 23 the other / 18 yeares/ ar all desirous to pass 
to Boston in New England there to Inhabitt /// 
* [The dots here and after indicate parts of the original MS. eaten away by age or damp.] 



ABOUT TO PASS INTO FOREIGN PARTS. 291 

Aprill. the / i I th / 1637 The examinaction. of HENRY: SKERRY: of great 
yarmouth in the County of No r ff / Cordwynar. / ageed / 3 1 yeares 
and ELIZABETH : his Wife / ageed / 25 yeares / with one Child 
HENRY: and / one Aprenties / EDMUND: TOWNE: aged / 18 
yeares. / ar desirous to passe fo r New England to inhabitt /// 

Aprill. the / ii th / 1637 The examinaction of JOHN: MOULTON: of 
Ormsby in No r ff husbandman, aged. 38 yeares., and. ANNE: 
his Wife / ageed / 38 yeares with 5 Children. HENRY: MAREY: 
ANNE: JANE: and / BRIDGETT: and / 2 Saruants. ADAM: 
GOODDENS: aged. 20 yeares and ALI.ES: EDE\: aged 18 yers 
/ ar all desirous to passe to New England there to inhabitt /'/ 
and abide //// 

Aprill. the/ ii th / 1637 The examinaction of MAREY: MOULTON: of 
Ormsby in No r ff / Wydow, ageed / 30 yeares and 2 / Saruants. 
JOHN : MASTON: aged / 20 yeares and MERREAN: MOULTON: 
ageed / 23 yeares / are desirous to goe to New England to 
inhabitt and dwell /// 

Aprill. the / ii th / 1637 The examinaction of RICHARD: CARUEAR: of 
Skratby.* in the County of No r rT / husbandman / ageed / 60, 
yeares, and GRACE: his Wife, ageed, 40 yeares. with / 2 Chil- 
dren. ELIZABETH: ///ageed / 1 8 yeares and, SUSANNA: aged 18, 
yeares. being tvvynes. / mo r 3 Saruants ISACKE: HARTT: ageed, 
22 yeares and THOMAS: FLEGE: aged / 21 yeares. and one 
MARABLE: VNDERWOOD: a mayd. Saruant / ageed, 20 yeares. 
goes all for New England to Inhabitt / and Remaine //// 

Aprill. the /n th / 1637 The examinaction of RUTH: MOULTON: of 
Ormsby in No r ff. Singlewoman. ageed / 20 yeares. is desirous to 
passe for New England there to Inhabitt and dwell /,'/ 

Aprill. the / u th / 1637 The examinaction of ROBERTT: PAGE: of 
Ormsby in No r ff. husbandman, ageed 33 yeares and/ LuCEA: his 
Wife, aged 30 yeares with / 3 Children / FRANCES: MARGRETT: 
and SUSANNA: //' and 2 Saruants / WILLIAM: MOULTON: and 
ANNE: WADD: the one aged 20 yeres the other / 15 yeares. and 
are all desirous to passe fo r New England to inhabitt and 
Remaine. /// 

* [Perhaps Scratley, a part of Ormsby.] *n 2 



\ 



292 ABOUT TO PASS INTO FOREIGN PARTS. 

Aprill. the/ ii th / 1637 The examination of HENREY: DOWE: of 
Ormsby in No r ff husbandman, ageed, 29 yeares. / and JOANE: 
his Wife / ageed 30 yeares with 4 Children, and one Saruant / 
ANNE: MANING, ageed / 17 yeares. are desirous to passe into 
New England to inhabitt //'/ 

Aprill. the / I I th / 1637 The examinaction of R.OBERTT: 

Singleman. is desirous to passe 

Aprill. the / II th / 1637 The examinaction of ELLEN: ROBENSONE: of 

g desirous to passe into New England ther to 

in 

Aprill. the / I I th / 1637. The examinaction of WILLIAM: WiLLlAMES: of 

great yarm 40 yeares. and ALLES: his Wife 

/ ageed. 38 yeares with / 2 Children ar 

desirous to goe fo r New England to inhabitt /// 

Aprill. the / i I th / 1637 The examinaction of ELIZABETH: WILLIAMES: 
of Ya r mouth. in No r ff / Singlewoman ageed 31 yeares / is 
desirous to passe into New England ther to inhabitt and 
Remaine /// 

Aprill. the /1 2* / 1637 The examinaction of KATHREN: RABEY: of 
Yarmouth / a Wattermanes. Wydow. / ageed. 68 yeares. is 
desirous to passe into New England there to Remaine With 
her Sone / 

Aprill. the/ 12* / 1637 The examinaction of RICHARD: LEEDS: of great 
ya'mouth. Marrinar. ageed 32 yeares. and JOANE: his Wife/ageed. 
23 yeares / with one Child / are desirous to passe fo r New 
England and there to inhabitt / and dwell /// 

Aprill. the / 12 th / 1637 The examinaction of HENRY: SMITH: of New- 
bucknam husbandman / ageed 30 yeares. / and ELIZABETH: his 
Wife ageed. 34 /yeares. with 2 / Children JOHN: and SlTHE: ar 
desirous to passe into New England /// to inhabitt /// 

Aprill. the / 13* / 1637 The examinaction of JOHN: ROPEAR: of New 
Bucknam Carpentar. / ageed. 26 yeares. and ALLES: his Wife / 
ageed, 23 yeares / with / 2 Children. ALLES: and ELIZABETH: 
are desirous to goe for New England there to Remaine* /// 

* [Here come a number of entries of passages for Holland.] 



ABOUT TO PASS INTO FOREIGN PARTS. 293 

. . ese people went to New England with WILLIAM: / GOOSE: m r of the 
Marey: Anne: of Yarmouth: /// 

1637 The examinaction of THOMAS: PAINE: of Wrentom 

in Suffolcke / Weauear / ageed / 50 yeares / and ELIZABETH: his 
Wife / ageed / 53 yeares with / 6 / Children / THOMAS: JOHN: 
MAREY: / ELIZABETH: DORETHEY: and SARAH: are desirous 
to goe for Salame in New England to inhabitt 

May: the / io th / 1637 The examinaction of MARGRETT: NEAUE: of 
great yarmouth in No r ff / Wydow. / ageed / 58 yeres / and 
RACHELL: DIXSON: her grand Child is desirous to passe into 
New England to inhabitt / 

May: the/io th / 1637 The examinaction of BKNIEMEN: COOPER: of 
Bramton in Suffolck / husbandman / ageed / 50 / Yeares / and. 
ELIZABETH: his Wife / ageed / 48 yeares With / 5 Children 
LARWANCE: MAREY: REBECA: BENIEMEN: and FRANCIES: 
FILLINGHAM: his Sone/ in Lawe / ageed / 32 yeares allso his 
Sister ageed / 48 yeares / and 2 Saruants / JOHN: KILIN: and 
FELEAMAN: DICKERSON: ar all desirous to goe for Salam in 
New England and there, to inhabitt /// 

May: the/io th / 1637. The examinaction of ABRAHAM: TOPPAN: of 
yarmouth Cooper / ageed / 3 1 yeares and SUSANNA: his Wife / 
ageed. 30 yeares With / 2 Children FETTER: and ELIZABETH: 
and one Mayd / Saruant / ANNE: GOODIN: ageed / 18 yeares 
are desirous to passe to New England to / inhabitt /// 

May: the / io th / 1637 The examinaction of WILLIAM: THOMAS: of 
great Comberton in Wo r stershire husbandman / Singleman / 
ageed / 26 yeares. is desirous to passe to Exerden / in New 
England to inhabitt 

May: the / io lh / 1637 The examinaction of JOHN: THURSTON: of 
Wrentom in Suff / Carpentar / ageed, 30 yeares. and MAH- 
GRETT: his Wife / ageed. 32 yeares. With / 2 Children THOMAS. 
and JOHN: ar / desirous to passe to New England /// to inhabitt /// 

May: the / io th / 1637 The examinaction of LUCE: POYETT: of No r wch 
Spinster / ageed. 23 yeares is desirous to pass into New 
England and there to Remaine /// 



294 ABOU1 TO PASS INTO FOREIGN FAXTS. 

May: the / 10 th / 1637 The examinaction of JOHN: BOROWE of yarmouth 
Cooper / aged 28 yeares. and ANNE: his / Wife / ageed / 40 / 
yeares is desirous to passe to Salam in New England and ther 
to inhabitt 

May: the / i I th / 1637 The examinaction of WILLIAM: GAULT: of yar- 
mouth Cordwynar / Singleman /ageed 29 / yeares is desirous to 
passe to New England and there to Remaine /// 

May: the / i I th / 1637 The examinaction of JOANE: AMES: of yarmouth. 
Wydow / ageed / 50 yeares with / 3 Children RUTH: ageed / 18 
yeares WILLIAM: and JOHN: are desirous to passe for. New 
England and there to inhabitt and Remaine /,/ 

May: the / 1 1 th / 1637 The examinaction of AUGSTEN: CALL 

ALLES: his Wife / ageed / 40 / yeares 

desirous to goe to Salam in New Eng 

May: the/ I i h / 1637 The examinaction of JOHN: DARRELL: of 

. . . .passe into Salam in New England and there 

May: the/ i I th / 1637 The examinaction of JOHN: GEDNEY: of No r wch 
in No r ff Weauear. ... to passe fo r New England / with his Wife 

SARAH: aged 25 yeares LEDIA: HANAH: 

and JOHN: rno r / 2 Saruantcs / WILLIAM: WALKER: ageed 

BURGES : ageed / 26 yeares/ ar desirous 

to passe fo r Salam /// 

May: the / i I th / 1637 The examinaction of SAMUELL: AIRES: of No r wch 
an apintes / ageed / 15 yeares is desirous [to] passe into New 
England to his M r JOHN: BAKER: as he had apointed him /// 

This man was /The examinaction of JOHN: YONGES: of S* Margretts: Suff/ 
s^e y by n P e Minister/ageed 35 yeares.and. / JOAN: his Wife/ ageed / 34 / 
Commission" ] yeares with / 6 / Children / JOHN: THO: ANNE: RACHKLL: 

and went. \ * 

not.from. MAREY: and / JosUEPH: ar desirous to passe fo r Salam: in 

yramouth 

^ New England to inhabitt /// 

May: the/ 12 / 1637 The examinaction of SAMUELL: GRENSILD: of 
No r wch Weauear / ageed, 27 yeares, and BARBREY: his Wife / 
ageed / 35 yeares. With two Children MAREY: and BARBREY: 
arid JOHN: TEED: his Saruant / ageed, 19 yeares ar all de- 
sirous to passe into New England to inhabitt 



ABOUT TO PASS INTO FOREIGN PARTS. 295 

May: the/ 12 th / 1637 The examinaction of THOMAS: JOANES: of Elzing 
in No r ff, Buchar / Singleman / ageed. 25 yeres is desirous to 
passe into New England: and there to Remaine /// 

May: the / 13 th / 1637 The examinaction of THOMAS: OLLIUER: of 
No r wch Calinder / ageed / 36 yeares. and MAREY: his Wife / 
ageed. 34 yeares, with 2 Children. THO: and JOHN: and 2 
Saruants/ THOMAS: DOGED: aged, 30 yeares and MAREY: SAFE: 
ageed / 12 yeares ar desirous to passe fo r New England, to 
inhabit 

May: the/ is th / 1637 The examinaction of WILLIAM: COCKRAM: of 
Southould in Suff /Marinrar/ ageed 28 yeares. /and CHRISTEN: 
his Wife ageed. 26 yeares with 2 Children and / 2 Saruantes 
desirous to passe fo r new england to inhabitt/// 

\Thtnfoli0tO more passages for Holland; and tlie whole is signed :] 
HENRY: HILL Deputy for m' THOMAS MAYHEW Gentleman.// 



SOUTHAMPTON. 



JORTUS SOUTHTON. A List of the Names of such Passengers 
as were shipped in the Virgin of Hampton of 60 tonnes 
JOHN WEARE M r for the Barbathoes, & JOHN DE LA. 
HAY merchant who haue taken the oathes of Allegiance 
& Supremacy the 3O th of Marche. 1639 [1640]. Viz 1 . 

Aged. 
*5/. yeares. MICHAELL EDMOND'S of Crawley Com Southt husband. 

28. JEREMY ROBINSON of Singleton Com Suss hoopmaker. 

29. JOHN VENNELL de eod Cordwayner. 

25. W M FRANCIS of Catterington Com Southt sergweau'. 

[serge-weaver] 

20. JAMES WILSON of Glascowe husbandm. 

20. W M BARNES of Wimborne Com Southt shoemak r 

22. NICHAS BARDIN of Southton Smith 

22. ANDREWE DRUDG of Southton p'd husbandm 

27. ABRAHAM SAD of Southton p'd sergeweau' 

24. JAMES BARREY of Dorchester husbandm 

16. JOHN STEVENS of Ringwood Com Southt husbandm 

15. GYLES WEEKEHAM of Bansteed Coin Surr husbandm. 
1 8. PETER WOODLAND of Southton Ropemaker. 

16. RICHARD SHINGLE of Bevis hill nere Southton. 

17. JAMES HACKER of Andiver Com Southt. 

15. Withl TUCKE of Husborne nere Andiver p'd. 

30. JOHN HUDLICE of Newport in y e Isle of wight taylo r . 

16. JAMES BLANCHE of the Isle of Wight p'd. 

31. RICHARD TRODD of, Southstoneham husbandm. 



* [The first figure is almost effaced,] 



EMBARKED FOR THE BARBADOES. 297 

Aged. 

14. ROB T CLITSON of Andiver p'd. 

12. HENRY HARRIS of Southton p'd. 

12. WiliM DECKE of Wimborne p'd. 

14. WALTER SMALLE of the Isle of Wight p'd. 

12. JOHN BASSETT of Christchurch. 

1 1. ROB T BRUTON of Andiver p'd. 

These si.vc vndcr y cares, & not sworne. 



]HE names of such as were sworne the 8' 1 ' of Aprill, & passed in the 
same Shipp. 

Aged. 

29. yeares. ANDREWE BULLAKER of Southton barbo'. 

24. MlCHAELL OXFORD of Bevis hill husbandin. 

24. ROB T MAIJOR of Southton, Chaundler. 

19. 14. THOMAS GRETRICK RICH. WARREN serv 1 '* 

14. THOMAS TURNER vnder age not sworne. 

22. DANIELL DE LA HAY seaman. 

45. JOHN NEWMAN of Brading in the Isle of wight. 

30. THOMAS HOLMES of Southton Currier. 
24. WlftM COCKERELL. Com Staff Taylo'. 

24. HENRY DAINTY of Byrnesf Coin Dors 1 shoemak 1 . 

25 HENRY PRESSEY of Hamsteed Com Berk glou' [Glover] 

26. GERRART SISTER a form' Inh'itant there. 

29. CHARLES DARVALL. of Southton clothworker. 



14. FRANCIS DESART of Southton. 

14. WiftM GILBERT of Southton p'd. 

eight servt maydes, Not sworne. 

These & the former which passe in this 
Shipp were noe Subsidy men, but 
people & servants of meane condicon. 



298 EMBARKED FOR THE BARBADOES. 



jlORTUS SOUTHTON 



28. June REGNALD ALLEN* of Kent of 30. yeares gent, GERHARD 
1639. HAUGHTON of 30. yeares Com Oxoh gen DAVID 
BlXE of 35. yeares Com Kane gen free planters 
of the Barbathoes. 

JOHN EVENSON of the County of Chest 1 ' THO: EVEN.SON 
his broth r , ANDREW WALLER of 18. yeares Coin 
HeiTf, HUMPHRY BURGIS of 19. yeares of Cornewall, 
JOHN WETHERED of 22 yeares in the County of 
Yeorke serv l ' s to the Planters aboue named, they 
passe in the Boldadventure of Hampton for the 
Isle of Guarnzey, C from thence they take shipping 
for the Barbathoes, who haue taken the oathes 
vt sup a [ut supra] 



[May 1638.] 

[OUTHTON The list of the names of Passcng'^ Intended to shipe 
themselues, In the Beiiis of Hampton of Cl Tonnes, ROBERT 
BATTEN M r for Newengland ; And thus by vertue of the Lord Tre- 
surers Warrant of the second of May. \v c!l was after the restrayne[t] & 
they some Dayes gone to sea Before the King 5 Mat cs . . Proclamacon 
Came vnto Southton. 

Ages. 

JOHN FREY of Basing wlelwrite. [wheelwright] his wife. | 

05 & three Children. I 

40 RICHARD AUSTIN tayler of Bishopstocke. his wife 
05 & two Children. J 

ROBERT KNIGHT his seruant Carpenter. 1 



* [Three entries of passengers for Jersey and Guernsey precede this in the original.] 



ABOUT TO EMBARK FOR NEW ENGLAND. 299 

[Ages] 

37 CHRISTOPHER BATT of Sarum Tanner. ) 
32 ANNE his wife. 

20 DOROTHIE BATT there sister. & fine 
10 & vnder. Children vnder tenne yeares. 

24. THOMAS GOOD \ 

22. ELIZA: BLACKSTON /-serv ls 

1 8. REBECCA POND ' 



62.-WILLIAM CARPENTER j of Honvdl Ca s 

33. WILLIAM CARPENTJUH ... ) 
32. ABIGAEL CARPENTER. 
10 & vnder & fower Children. 
14 THO: BANSHOTT Serv' 



38 ANNIS LITTLEFEILD & six Children 
JOHN KNIGHT Carpenter... \ scrul< 
HF.UOH DURDAL . ..3 



26 HENERY BYLEY of Sam tanner. 
22 MARY BYLEY 

THO:/REEUF.S Serv ts 

20 JOHN BYLEY 

40 
35 
19 
19 
10 



o6 

04 

02 



RICHARD BUM' [DUMMER] of Newengland. 

ALCE DUM' 

THO: DUM' 

JOANE DUM' 

JANE DUM' 

STEEPHEN DUM' husbandman. 

DORATHIE DUM'. 

RICHARD DUM'. 

THO: DUM'.' 



[Evidently either the age or the occupation must be wrong here.] 

38-2 



300 



ABOUT TO EMBARK FOR NEW ENGLAND. 



[Ages] 

30 JOHN HUCHINSON Carpent' 

26 FRAUNCIS ALCOCKE Virg 

19 ADAM MOTT tayler 

22 Wilt WACKEFEILD 

20 NATHANUEL PARKER of London Backer 
18 SAMUEL POORE 

14 DAYELL POORE 

20 ALCE POORE 

15 RICHARD BAYLEY 

20 ANNE WACKEFEILD 

The numb' of the passeng' s aboue mentioned are Sixtie & one Sotiles, 



HEN: CHAMPANTE Cust' 
N. DINGLEY Compt' 



THO: WULFRIS Coft & Fa r 



[THE SOMMER ISLANDS. 

16731679.] 



[THE SOMMER ISLANDS.] 



August the 2$d 1673 
JHE Names of y Govern' & Councill of y e Assembly 



J HEYDON: U.G. [Deputy Governor.] 



HENRY TUCKER sen!'. 
RICHARD WOLRICH 
HENRY MOORE 
JOHN HUBBARD 
JOHN WAINWRIGHT seni'. 
THOMAS WOOD 
JONATHAN TURNER seni r . 
THOMAS LECRAIFT 
CORNELIUS WHITE secretary 

CHARLES WHETENHALL Speaker 

JOHN BRISTOW Juni'. 

SAMUELL BRANGMAN 

BOAZ SHARP 

THOMAS SHAW 

JAMES FARMER 

JOHN WELCH 

THOMAS STOW 

EDWARD SHERLOCK Sen'. 

ROBERT DICKONSON 



S l * GEORG TUCKER 
THOMAS KERSEY 
EDWARD CHAPLAIN 
GEORG BASCOMB 
WILLIAM BASDEN 
PHILLIP LEA 
JOHN RAWLINS sen'. 
NICHOLAS THORNTON 
JOHN ARTHUR 
JOHN STOW 
JOHN SQIRE 
JOHN HUTCHINS 
RICHARD HANGER 
GEORG HUBBARD 
WILLIAM MILBORN 
LAWRENCE DILL 
JOHN Cox 

JOHN SOMERSALL Sen' 
RICHARD JENNINS 
RICHARD PENISTON 



[But possibly S,, i.e. Sir.] 



304 THE SOMMER ISLANDS. 



SEVERN VICARS 
WILLIAM RIGHTON Seni' 
THOMAS HALL 
GEORG BALL 
JOHN MORRICE Sen!'. 
Witt. BURCH 



THOMAS FORSTER 
RICHARD MATHELIN 
NATHANIELL BUTTERFIELD 
HAMOND JOHNSON Clerk 
of y e Assembly 



|N Accompt of the Generall Lands belonging to the Somer 
Islands Comp* taken out M r RICHARD NORWOODS 
Survey booke by him made in the yeares 1662: 1663: 



300 oo oo 



GENERALL LANDS* 

N" acr': roo: Perch 

Begining with S l Georges Island 

i The Governo' holds of the Hono blc Comp a as^ 
belonging to his place Twelve Shares of Land / 
at the East End of S l Georges Island Containe- i 
ing p Estimacon ' 

Namely in the Occupacon of 
DAVID STOKES p Estimation i: share 

JOSEPH GOODFAITII p EstimatT. I : sha: 

JOHN MILLS p Estimat } sha: 

JOHN BEDWELL p Estimat ij 

JOHN MILLS p Estimat i sha: 

ROBERT POWELL p Estimat i sha. 

CORNELIUS EVANS MATTHEW NORMAN \ . 

and ROGER BROWNE p Estimat 3 

ALEXANDER SMITH p Estimation i sha: 

JOHN WELSH JOHN BRISTOWE MARSHALL, 
ROGER BAYLEY HANNAH HOLLOWAY, EDWARD 
MIDDLETON, THO: SHAW JOHN HURT, these 
seaven hold p Estimacon 2 sha: 
The residue of these twelve Shares are in the 
Occupacon of the Governo' himselfe. 

* [There are two copies of this list, one going down to No. 26 only (see p. 307), the other 
to the end, as here. We have printed from the longer and more complete one. There are, 
however, no important variations in them, so far as they both extend.] 



THE SOMMER ISLANDS. 305 

N acr: roo: Perch 

2 Gleabe in the Tenure of m': SAM" SMITH the psent N 

Minister there Two shares Containeing \> stimat. !- 50 oo oo 
[estimation] ................................................ J 



The Sheriffe M r JOHN NICIIOLLS as belonging to his 

Office Power Shares of Land containeing p L 100 oo oo 



l-lc I 

> 050 oo oo 
ine- L 



\ 
L 
Estimat .................................................... ) 

4 The Sectary M r HENRY TUCKER as belonging to-. 

his Office holds of the Hono' 1 ' 1 ' Comp n 2 shares V 050 
Containeing p Estimat ................................. J 

5 M r JOHN VAUGHAN holdcth by Lease from m 1 CASE- -j 

WELL of the Comp 3 ^ Land I sha: containeing)- 025 oo oo 
p Estimat ................................................... J 

6 Leut: EDWARD BRACKLEY holdeth of the Hono' 1 ' 1 -- 

Compa at Will 2 sha: containeing p Estimat. 

7 M 1 ' JOHN BRISTOWE Marshall holdeth of the Hoi 

Comp n as belonging to his Office 2 sha: Containe- \. 050 oo oo 
ing p cstimat 

8 M' s STALVKRS holdeth of the Honoi )Ie Comp n , 

as belonging to the Ferry 2 sha: Containeing |- 50 oo oo 
Estimat ................................................... > 

Sunie 27: shares 

But the whole Island (as formerly measured) conteynes 
706: acres that is 28; sha: and Six acres, 



The Small Islands neare S l Georges. 

Q Two Islands against the East End of S l Georges ) 

....-- ... \ 05 oo 06 

Lyeing m Coinon containeing ) 

jo Pagetts Fort whereof Captaine FRANCIS TUCKER-, 
is Comander \v th the Island whereon it stands I 
sometimes called Penestons Island and a Tcnem' 
or Dwelling house there in the Occupacon of ' 
Leivt: JONATHAN STOKES as belonging to the 
Fort cont J 

39 



3 o6 THE SOMMER ISLANDS. 

N* < iencrnll acr roo: perch. 

1 1 Smiths Fort whereof Captaine GoDHEARD ASER is ) 

Comander the Island Containeing j 

12 Smiths Island in the tenure of Captaine GODHEARD v 

ASER from the Hono 1 * Comp* as Comander of |- 61 02 10 
Smiths Fort cont ' 

13 An Island Called Hen-Island neare the West End of -i QI 

Smiths Island Lyeing in Coinon and Containeing j 

*I3 A small Island Lycing bctwcenc Hen-Island afore- \ 

said and Smiths Island Lyeing in Coinon Con- /- oo 01 20 
taineing ) 

*I4 Long Bird Island in the Tenure and Occupaccn of \ 

JAMES STIRRUP and RALPH WRIGHT Weavers I 46 02 oC 
w ch they hold of the Hono blc Comp a Containeing ' 

*i$ Conny Island Lyeing at Burnt Point in the Occu- \ I4 O7 O2 
paeon of M l HENRY STALVERS containeing J 

*l6 Certaine small Islands in y<= towne harbor Mullett 
bay f towards burnt point about Tenn in number 
cont p estim 02 : oo : oo 

Sum of all these Islands lyeing neare S Georges 165 : 2 : 16 



Davids Island and first the Easterne part thereof which is 
Called y e Companyes land there 

17 Capt FRANCIS TUCKER Comand' of Pagetts Fort 

1 8 holdeth of y e hono ble Comp a A parcell of Land 
neare Davids head in y e occupacon of his Leive- 
tenht JONATHAN STOKES 

Item another pcell there in y e occupacon of JOHN 

HURT, both pcells lyeing together cont p estim 60: oo: 00 

19 MILES HIGGES holdeth of y e hono bl e Compa i sha: 

cont pest 25: oo: oo 

* [This and the succeeding numbers, in the other list, read 14, 151 i6> '6.] 



THE SOMMER ISLANDS. 307 

N": Landes Acr: roo: per 

20 HUGH HARDING holdeth of ye honoWe Compa i Share 

cont p estimat 25: oo: OO 

21 WILLIAM ALLEN holds as aforesaid i share cont pest 25: oo: oo 

22 Capt RICHARD JENNYNGS of Smiths tribe comand 1 of 

Southampton fort holds of y e hono ble Compa as 
belonging to y e Fort in y c occupacon of JOHN 
GRAZBURY RANDALL DAVIS p estim 2 sha: of 
Land cont 50: OO: oo 

23 Lievt THO: HILTON holds of y c hono blc Compa p est 

2 sh: con: 50: oo: oo 

24 . ROBT. BURGHER holds as afores* 1 p est i sh: cont 25: oo: oo 

25 Lievt EDWARD BRANGMAN and his sonne SAMUEL 

BRANGMAN holds as aforesaid p est i sha: cont ... 25: oo: oo 

26 WILLIAM BELL holds of the Hono llle Compa two pcells 

of Land namely one pcell on the South side cont p 
est 13 acres and another pccll on y c North side next 
y e Bay cont pest 12 acres both pcells cont pest 
one Share or 25: oo: oo 



The suifie of these Lands in S Davids called y e Companyes 310: oo: oo 

acr: roo: Per 

The Lands in S Davids Island given by y c hono blc 
Company to Harrington ats Hamilton tribe 

27 THO: SPARKE of Davids Island holdeth freely a pcell 

of land w ch formerly belonged to two shares in 
Hamilton tribe that sometimes were Capt JOHN 
BERNARDS and are there marked (No: 19) cont 
p estimat 10: oo: CO 

28 THO: SPARKE afores d holdeth of m r JOHN MILKER as 

belonging to y e two shares in Hamilton tribe where 
he dwells and another share In y e occupacon of M' s 
Cox widdow In all three Shares being y c Lands of 
M r PERIENT TROTT numbred there: 9 20 he 

holdeth I say as belonging to these 3 sh p est 15: oo: oo 

392 



3 o8 THE SOMMER ISLANDS. 

Generall acr: roo: Per 

29 WILLIAM ADAMS holdeth of JACOB AXTON as be- 
longing to y c Share of M r MATTHEW WICKS in 
Hamilton tribe (No there II th ) pest 05: oo: oo 

30: M'= MARY MOUNTAINE (formerly MARY STOW) hold- 
eth a pcell of Tenn acres belonging to two Shares in 
Hamilton tribe now M r SOUTHERNES (No: 21) 
Item another pcell of Five acres belonging to a 
share in Hamilton tribe in y e free tenure of JOHN 
PLACE (No 30: both pcells lyeing together cont 
p estimat 15: oo: oo 

31 MARY MOUNTAINE afores (l holdeth as belonging to 

two shares in Hamilton tribe being the Shares of 
Capt GEORGE HUBBART of Devonsheire tribe (No 
12) a pcell cont p est 10: oo: oo 

32 Lcivt JOHN Fox holdeth of Capt GODHEARU ASSER 

as apperteyneing to y c 3 shares in Hamilton tribe 
whereon he the said Capt ASSER dwells w cu were 
Late M' DELBRIDGE A pcell cont p estimat 15: oo: oo 

33 HENRY SHARFE holdeth freely a pcell of thirty acres 

34 of w cU 15 acres did formerly belong to y c three 
shares of Capt COVELLS in Hamilton tribe (No 27: 

28) the whole lyeing together Cont p est 30: oo: oo 

35 JOHN LYDDALE holdeth of M' SAM' WHITNEY of 

Sandys tribe as apteyneing to y c Land formerly 
m' DYKES in Hamilton tribe a pcell Cont p 
estimacon 30: oo: oo 

36: M' JOHN MOORE holdeth freely a pcell w cb was here- 
tofore JOHN DAY and apperteyneing to a share in 
Hamilton tribe now M' WEBBS (No 16) cont p 
estimat , 05: oo: OO 

37 JOHN MOORE afores' 1 holdeth of M' MIHIL BUR- 
ROUGHES a parcell of Land apperteyneing to Two 
shares in Hamilton tribe in y e occupacon of y e said 
MIHIL BURROWES (No 22) cont p est 10: oo: oo 



THE SOMMER ISLANDS. 309 

N Landes acr: roo: per 

38 ELIZABETH NAILER holdeth of M' WATERMAN (w ch 

was heretofore M' RICH: CASWKLLS a pcell of Land 
belonging to Five shares in Hamilton tribe w ch are 
thought to be the shares in the tenure of M 1 STA?"- 
FORD M J STRINGER M J WRIGHTON cont p esl 
(No: 13: 14: 15) 25: oo: oo 

39 THO: STOW of Davids Island holdeth freely A pccll 

of Island belonging to a share now or Late in y c 

tenure of Capt CANTER (No. 29) cont pest 05: oo: oo 

40 THO STOW afores'i holdeth of M' JOHN STOWE f he 

of M' PERIENT TROTT a pcell of Land lyeing at 
y e Stocks pointe belonging to Five shares in Hamil- 
ton tribe whereof Fower were y e Earle of WAR- 
WICKS (Norn': 23 24 25 26: one y l Lyes at y- 
Flatts No: 36. the whole pcell here Lyeing together 
Cont p cstimat 25: oo: oo 

The suihe of these lands in Davids Island be- 
longing to: 40: sh: in Hamilt tribe is p estifh 200: OO: oo 

Soc y e whole Islands of S Davids divided as 
aforesaid cont p estimat 510: acres 

But as it was formerly measured it cont 527: acres 



The Islands in Southampton halbo' als Castle Harbor 

acr: roo: pel 

41 Certaine small Islands to y e Nomber of Tenn lyeing in 

Comon neare to Davids Islands, and on the South 

side thereof (for the most pt) cont p estimat 08: oo: oo 

42 The Island called Coopers Island in the tenure and 

occupacon of DAVID MING w cu he holds of y c 

hono llle Comp a conteyneing 77: 2: 20 

43 Foure small Islands lyeing in Comon betweene Davids 

Island Coopers Island cont p estimat 03: 2: 20 

44: Five other small Islands lyeing in Comon neare y e 

South end of Coopers Island cont p estimat 02: 2: oo 



3 io THE SO MM EH ISLANDS. 

GeiienUl acr: roo: per 

45: The Island called None-such lyeing in Comon cont .... 15: 2: 13 
46. Three Small Islands about Nonesuch lyeing in. Comon 

cont oi: oo: oo 

47 South-hampton Fort vndcr y e Comand of Capt RICH 

JENYNGS w th y c Island whereon it stands cont p 

estimat oi: 2: 24 

48 The Fellow of it lyeing next toward y c Northeast in 

Comon oo: 3: 30 

49 Kings Castle vnder y c Comand of our hono blc Govcr- 

no' Capt FLORENTIO SEYMOR, w" 1 y e Island whereon 

it stands cont 03: 2: oo 

50 Charles Fort now decayed (onely there remaine two 

peeces of ordinance dismounted, y c Island cont p 

estimat 03: 3: OO 

5 1 Three Islands lyeing neare Charles Fort Island cont 

p estimat 01: oo: oo 

52 Some other Small Islands lyeing in Comon in South- 

ampton harbor als Castle Harbor cont p estimat ... oi: 3: oo 

Suine of these Islands in Southampton harbor ... 120: 3: 27 

acr: ruo: pel 

N The Generall Land at Tuckers Towne. 

53 Gleab Land in the tenure of m' Abo=Cromby w" 1 the 

Gleabe house cont p estimat 2 sha: 50: oo: oo 

54 M' W M MOORE M' JOSEPH MOORE his sonne holdeth 

of y e hono ble Compa two Tenem 1 * two shares of 

Land cont p estimat 50: oo: oo 

55 SAM LL ATKINSON holdeth of the Hono ble Compa a 

Tenem' f i share of Land cont p estimat 25, oo: oo 

56: DANIEL MARROW holdeth as aforesaid a Tenem' and 

One share of Land cont p est 25: oo: oo 

57 NATHANAEL NORTH holdeth of y e Hono blc Compa a 

Tenemt C one share of Land cont p estimat 25: oo: oo 

58 PARNEL WILKINSON Widd holdeth of ye hono ble 

Compa a tenem'fone share of Land cont p estimat 25: oo: oo 
some thinke she hath more. 



THE SOMMER ISLANDS. 311 

No. Lancles: acr: roo: per 

59 Leivetcnnt W M JONES, Leift at y e Castle holds as be- 

longing to his place A tenem' in his owne occupacorT, 
Item another tenem' in the occupacon of JAMES 
GRAZEBURY Item another tenem' in y e occupacon 
of his Mother MARY JONES w' u two Shares of Land 
in y e occupacon of himselfe and his said assignes 
cont p estimat 50: oo: oo 

60 THO CLINCH W" NEWMAN JOHN BROWNE each of 

them a Tenem' some pcells of Land w* together 
w th y e wast f Comon Land extending from Tuckers 
towne bay allmost to y e Castle cont \> estimat 95: oo: oo 

Suiiie of these Generall Lands at Tuckers towne 
and extending thence to y point neare y e 
Castle is 345: oo: OO 

Touching some of y e Lands at Tuckers towne as alsoe 
in Davids Island I could not bee throughly Informed 
though I made seu'all Journyes Inquiries, but have 
sett them downe according to y e best Informacon I 
could Gather, 



acr: roo: per 

The Island called s Georges conteyneing by estimat 
27 shares but by measure 706: 2: oo 

The other Lands in y<? towne Harbor f soe to Burnt 

pointe cont 165: 2: 16 

Davids Island cont by estimacon 510 acres but by 
measure 527: 3: oo 

Coopers Island Nonesuch and the other small Islands 
there cont 120: 3: 27 

The Generall Land at Tuckers Towne and extending 
to y e pointe neare y c Castle conteynes by estimacon 
345 acr but there secmes to be neare one share more 
by measure namely 370: oo: oo 

_^^^_ tier: ro pc 

Suiue totall of y e Generall Lands 1890: 03: 3: 



THE SOMMER ISLANDS. 



Islands m Comon 

No: 

The Islands in y c Great f Little Sound lyeing in 

Comon to all the Tribes acr . r ,,. ,,.,.. 

No: I The Bigger Island at y bottome of y e Little Sound 
against y Lands of m' JOHN HUBBART cont j> 
estimat 01: 02: 20 

2 The Two Lesser conteyneing p estimat oo: oo: 20 

3 Another Small Island in y Little Sound neare to 

Diggs his Dale in Smiths tribe Cont p estimat oo: 02: oo 

4 An Island Att Bailyes Bay on y ( ' North side of 

Hamilton tribe cont \> estimat oo: 02: 30. 

5 Another there more Westerly cont |> estimat oo: oi: oo 

6 The Greater of y c Islands in ><' Little Sound called 

Trunck Islands in y c occupacon of JOHN ROBERTS 

cont 03; oo: oo 

7 The next there to y f Northwards in y c occupacon of 

y e said JOHN ROBERTS cont p estimat oi: oo: 10 

8 Two other small Islands there conteyneing p estimat oo: or 26 

In the Create Sound 

9 An Island in Crow Lane (lyeing against y e Share of 

Schoole Land given by M' COPELAND) in y^ occu- 
pacon of EVAN O\VEN for yearely rent w lh he payes 
to y e Governo' or Sheriffe for public vses as doe y e 
rest of these Islands yt are Lett out this Island cont 
p estimat 03 : oo: oo 

to Another Island in Crow lane over ag 1 M' S'fOWES 
house to y c Southward lyeing in Comon f and cont 
estimat 03: oo: oo 

1 1 Six small Islands at y e Entring of Crow Lane lyeing 
over from M' STOWES pointe to Salt Kettle pointe 
lyeing in Comon f Cont p estimation 03: oi: oo 



THE SOMMER ISLANDS. 313 

No. To all the Tribes: acr ro: per 

12 Another Island there in y e occupacon of THO: ACK- 

LAND w th the Tenem' thereon cont p estimat 28: 2: 20 

1 3 Two small Islands lyeing betweene y ' last before entred 

and warwicke tribe cont. p estimat oo: 3: oo 

14 An Island in Bosses hole lyeing as aforesaid in Cofiion 

and Cont p estimat oo: 21: oo 

1 5 Another Island there at y e Mill or Mouth of Mangrow 

bay fc cont p estimat OO: i: OO 

1 6 Another more Southerly Lyeing in Comon C cont p 

estimat oo: 2: 30 

17 Another there more Southerly lyeing fc cont p 

estimat oi: oo: oo 

1 8 Another there more Southerly lyeing fc cont p 

estimat oo: 2: oo 

19 A Long Island at y e Entrance of Daniels bay w th a 

smaller further into y e bay, both lyeing in Comon 

Cont p estimat oi: i: oo 

20 A Bigger Island lyeing agt M' STOWES pointe shares to 

y c westward lyeing in Comon Cont p estimat 03: oi: oo 

21 Foure Smaller Islands to y e Westwards lyeing c cont oi: 01: oo 

22 An Island w tb a bay on y e South side of it w" 1 another 

Lesser Island toward's y e Northeast both in ye oc- 
cupacon of LAZARUS OWEN w" 1 the Tenem 1 there 
Cont p estimat 28: i: 30 

23 Another Small Island next y e Two former lyeing in 

Comon f cont p estimat oo: 3: 10 

24 Three small Islands to y 6 Westwards of LAZARUS 

OWEN lyeing in Comon Cont p estimat oi: 2: oo 

25 A Bigger Island Northwest from LAZARUS .OWEN in 

y e occupacon of NATHANAEL VEAZEY or his assignes 

cont p est 13: 3: oo 

26 Another Island neare adioyneing to y e West end in y e 

occupation of y e said NAT VEAZEY or his assignes 

cont p estimat 09: 2: oo 

39* 



3'4 



THE SOMMER JSZANDS. 



No Islands in Comon acr . ro . p er 

27 Elizabeth Island w lh a tenem' there in the occupacon 

of JOHN BURT cont p estimat 21: oo: 10 

28 An Island at y c North head of Elizabeth Island lye- 

ing in Comon cont p estimat oo: 03: 20 

29 Another Island at y e Northwest end of Elizabeth Island 

lyeing in Comon Cont p estimat oi: 02: oo 

30 The Island called pearle Island w th another small 

Island at Spanish pointe another neare Ireland 

all lyeing in Comon cont p estimat O2: oi: oo 

3 1 An Island to y c Southwestward of y e West end of 

Elizab' h Island lyeing in Comon Cont p estimat oi: 02: oo 
32: Another Island there more Southerly lyeing in comon 

cont p estimat 02: oi: 30 

33 Three small Islands more Southerly comon cont p 

estimat 03: oo: oo 

34 An Island called Roundhill Island in y e occupacon of 

HENRY WARD cont p estimat 16: oi: 20 

35 A smaller Island to y e Southward of y' last entred in 

y occupacon of y e said HENRY WARD cont p 

estimat 02: oo: oo 

36 An Island called Tuckers Island w th a Tenem' there 

in y e occupacon of NATHANIEL CONYARD cont p 

estimat 21: oo: oo 

37 The next on y e Northside called y e Lesser Tuckers 

Istd in y e occupat of THO WARD cont p estimat ... 07: 03: oo 

38 Two Small Islands to y e Westward of y e Two Last 

lyeing in Comon Cont p estirnat 00: 02: oo 

39 An Island betweene Tuckers Island Brother Islands 

sometimes called Graves Island lyeing in comon 

cont 06: 02: oo 

40 The Westermost of y e Brother Islands lyeing next to 

Georges pointe w th a Tenem' there in y e occupat of 

JOHN RIVERS cont p estimat 20: on 20 

41 The eastermost of y c Brother Islands lyeing in comon 

f Cont p estimat 13: 3: 3 



THE SOMMER ISLANDS. 



313* 



43 

44 
45 

46 



To all the Tribes: acr: 

An Island neare y e Shore at y e Partition line betweene 
the Lands formerly ye Earle of Southamptons f 
M' Scotts lyeing in Comon Cont p estimat......... 02: 

Two small Islands neare Jews bay lyeing in Comon 
cont p estimat 03: 

Two Islands before y e Entrance of Hearne bay one 
in y c occupacon of JOHN HELYN y c other in y c 
occupacon of his mother w' h a tenem 1 both Cont 
p estimat 17: 

Two- other small Islands w tk in White hearne bay 
lyeing in Comon Cont p estimation 01: 



per 



01: 20 



oo: oo 



01: oo 



oo: 10 



The sume of these Islands lyeing in Comon to 
all y e tribes is 25 3: acr: 2 roo: 36 per: 



The totall of all y e shares of land sett apart for publique use 
as p this booke are eighty six shares 

vera Copia Ex p HENRY DANDG 

RI: BANNER. 



[Indorsed:] 

" Rec d from M 1 BANNER Secry to y e Company 25 Sept: 1684." 



39* 2 



[MONMOUTH'S REBELLION OF i685. 



LISTS OF THE "CONVICTED REBELS" SENT TO 
THE BARBADOES AND OTHER PLANTATIONS 
IN AMERICA.] 



[MONMOUTH'S REBELLION OF 1685.] 



Som's. 
[Somerset.] 



1ECEIPT for one hundred Prisoners to be transported 
from Taunton by JOHN ROSE of London Merchant. 



DANIELT. 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 r 
RICHARD KING 
EMANUELL MARCHANT 
WILLIAM MARCHANT 
JOHN SLADE 
SAMUELL BOND 
JOHN ROGERS 
BERNARD LOVERIDGE 



PERCIVALL Nowis 
WILLIAM SAUNDERS 
WILLIAM VEIYARD 
HENRY CHAMBERS 
THOMAS ROWSEWKI.L 
MATHEW COOKK 
JOHN CRANE 
CHARLES BURRAGE 
WILLIAM LEY 
JOHN ROBINS 
LUKE PORTER 
THOMAS PREIST 
CORNELIUS RADFORD. 
PHILLIP CHEEKE 
ROBERT EARLE 
JOHN MOGRIDGE 
HENRY RANDALL 
JAMES MAYNARD 
JOHN CULVERWEI.L 
GEORGE TRUBBS 
SYLVESTER LYDE 
WILLIAM PHELPES 



3 i6* 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 



ELIAS LOCKBEARE 
SYLVESTER POOI.K 
THOMAS MOORE 
LAWRENCE PREIST 
WILLIAM GOULD 
HENRY PRKIST 
KNOCK GOULD 
JOHN BENNETT 
JOHN BAKER 

SAMUELL MOUNTSTEIMIEN 
THOMAS BUGLAR 
STEPHEN JEFFREVES 
JOHN MORSE 
WILLIAM SCURRIER 
JOHN ENGLAND 
JACOD POWELL 
JOHN GODSALL 
JOHN ANDREWES 
SAMUELL SWEETING 
GEORGE ROWSELI, 
EDWARD BELLAMY 
WILLIAM CROSSE 
JONAS BROWNE 
JOHN CROSSE 
CHRISTOPHER KNIGHT 
THOMAS MEADE 
JOHN NEEDES 
THOMAS PITTS 



ROBERT RICHARDS 
CHRISTOPHER Row 
MATHEW CRAKT jun r 
RICHARD PEIRCY 
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 WOODCOCKE 
JOHN ADAMS 
THOMAS POMFRETT 
JAMES PATTEN 
THOMAS BAM BURY 
JAMES CLIFT 
THOMAS CHAMBERLYNE 
HUMFREY JUSTINE 
ISACK DYER 
RICHARD SYMONS 



Receiued according to his Ma ties order the warrant from the Lord 
Cheife Justice w th a Schedule therevnto annexed of one hundred persons 
attainted of High Treason w ch are by JOHN ROSE Merch 1 to be trans- 
ported into his Ma ties Island of Barbadoes or other his Ma ties plantacoas 
[plantations] in America according to a Condicon of a Recognizance 
entred into by me for that purpose In Wittncssc whereof I haue here- 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 3' 7 

vnto put my hand this 12* day of October in the first yeare of his Ma tics 
Raigne. Annoq, Dm' 1685 

JOHN ROSE 
Wittnesse herevnto 
ROB 1 HYDE 
GILES CLARKE. 



M ROSE'S LIST* 

jNUOICE of Sixty Eight Men Seruants Shipped on board Cap 11 
CHARLES GARDNER in y e Jamaica Merchant for acco* of 
M r JOHN ROSE & Comp a , they being to be Sold for ten Yeares theire 
Names as followeth Viz: 

Age .Trades 

ISAACK DYER 25 year Comber 

JAMES WEBB 18 Hosbanman 

WILLIAM WOODCOKE 19 Comber 

HUMPHRY JUSTIN 17 Ditto. 

RICHARD PEARCEY 20 Ditto. 

JAMES COCKRAM 21 Ditto. 

DANIEL RUTTER 20 , SargeWeauer 

JAMES CLIFT 20 Weauer 

XOPHER HOLBIN 40 Ditto 

THOMAS PITT 18 , Comber 

JOHN TIMOTHY 29 Riben Veauer 

ENOCH GOULD 15 , Wauer 

JERIMIAH POOLE 30 , Clothier 

WILLIAM SCURRIER 22 Weauer 

EMANUEL MERCHANT 20 Plowman 

EDWARD BELLAMY 27 Carpenter 

JOHN GODSALL 27 Boucher 

GEORGE ROUSELL 30 WoolleComber 

* [It will be noticed that so far as names are concerned, this list is in large part a repetition 
of that previously given.] 

40* 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 





Age 




Trades 


THOMAS GOULD 


35 years 


Tayler 


LUKE PORTER 


20 




Showmakcr 


JOHN MAGERIDGE 


23 




Weauer 


JOHN CROSS 


18 




Plowman 


JOHN ROGERS 


38 




Clothier 


ROBERT RICHARDS 


28 




Tayler 


JAMES MAYNARD 


22 




Plowman 


ROBERT PEARCE 


25 




Clothier 


NICHOLAS COLLINGS 


2O 




Weauer 


JOHN GIBBS 


19 




Plowman 


THOMAS MEADE , 


22 




Glouer 


RICHARD SIMONS 


33 




Weauer 


JOHN COCKRAM 


18 




Comber 


BERNARD LOUERIDGE 







Sope boyler 


ROBERT EARLE 


24 




Plowman 


SAMUEL BOND 


20 




, Serge Weauer 


PERCIFULL NOWES 


23 




Hatter 


WILLIAM LEE 


20 




Plowman 


WILLIAM PHILLIP 


26 




Plowman 


SlLUESTER POOLE 


24 




Boucher 


EDWARD KENT 


19 


i) 




WILLIAM SANDERS 


19 




Clothier 


CORNELIUS RADFORD 


20 




Weaer 


CHARLES BURRAGE 


27 




Comber 


JOBE HUNT 


26 




Carrier 


LEONARD STAPLES 


20 




Plowman 


JOHN SLADE 


25 




Sergeweauer 


JONAS BROWNE 


20 




Plowman 


JOHN BAKER 


35 




Sergeweauer 


PHILLIP CHEEKE 


16 




Plowman 


THOMAS PREIST , 


, 20 




Sergeweauer 


WILLIAM VERRYARD 


17 




Carpenter 


MATHEW COOKE 


21 




Plowman 


MATHEW CRAFT 


19 




Weauer 


JOHN BAKER 


27 




Mason 



LISTS OF CONVICTED XEBELS. 



Age Trades 

JOHN CHAMBERLIN 20 years Shoemaker 

SILUESTER LYDE 27 Boucher 

JOHN BRUER 25 , Mason 

GEORGE tRUBBS 28 Plowman 



WILLIAM PITTS 28 

RICHARD KING 18 

JOHN ANDREWS 27 

JOHN MILLER 35 

HENRY PREIST 22 

GEORGE SNOW 19 

ELIAS LOCKEBEAR 18 

XTOPHER Row 34 

HENRY CHAMBER 25 

THOMAS AAUSTIN 27 



Woollecomer 
Plowman 
Woollecomer 
Plowman 

Ditto 
Commer 
Tanner 
Weauer 
Woollcomer 
Mercer 



(in dor so) 9 Dec: 1685 

The men whose names are conteined in the within written list are 
Shipt upon the ace' of JOHN ROSE & company on board the Jam" 
MercJf to be landed & disposed of in Barbados or in Jamaica : 

JOHN ROSE 



RECEIPT for one hundred 
be sent to Barbudos* 



Prisoners on M r NEPHO'S Acc to 



Prisoners in Dorchester Goale to bee Transported 



JOHN MEGGERIDGE 
THOMAS QUICK 
NICHOLAS SALTER 
FRANCIS SMITH 
RICHARD GREEN 
W H MATHEWES 



JOHN FACY 
W M GREENWAY 
RICHARD DANIEL 
PETER KENT 
CHRISTOPHER JEWELL 
ABRAHAM THOMAS 



* [There are three copies of this list, as well as the certificate given in p. 320, each differing 
fh some points from the other. Important variations are mentioned in the footnotes ; the diffe- 
rences in spelling, common at that time, I have not indicated. I have chosen as "copy "that 
which appears, from the signatures, to have been the original document.] 

4O* 2 



3 i8* 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 



JOHN BAKER 
SAMUEL PINSON 
ROBERT CLARKE 
GEORGE EBDON 
SAMUEL DOLEBEER 
BENJAMIN WHICKER* 
JOHN WHICKER 
JOHN HITCHCOTT 
THOMAS FORCEV 
W ' GYLES 
JOSEPH GAGE 
ROBERT MULLENS 
ROGER BRYANT 
CHARLES BROUGHTON 
RICHARD PARKER 
JOHN HAYNE 
JOHN CONNETT 

BARNARDf LOWMAN 

JOHN HEATHFEILD 

EDWARD VENN 

RICHARD PINE 

THOMAS PESTER} [not found there 

and so not deliuered to me] 
JOHN SAM 
HENRY SIMES 



W" DEALE 
W M HAYNES 
THOMAS FRANKLYN | 
W M GUPPY 

AZARIAS PINNEY j \vittnesse*r 

JOHN BOVETT 

ROBERT SANDY 

THOMAS DOLLING 

EDWARD MARSH 

JOHN EASEMOND 

JOHN VINCENT 

ALLEN ENGLAND 

ROBERT VATER" 

JOHN PREW 

OLIVER HOBBS 

PHILIP Cox 

PETER TTCKIN** 

WM CLARKE 

WALTER OSBORNF. 

RICHARD HOARE 

ROBERT FOANE 

DANIELL PARKER 

P r tf BAGWELL 



* [Thus in two lists ; WHITKER in one.] t [BERNARD in the other two Hats.] 

J [In two copies of this list he is called LESTER : in this list it was first so written, and then 
altered to a P. The bracketed words are found only in one of the copies. 

[In one copy clearly written SUNES.] 

|| FRANCLYON in one of the copies ; FRANCKLYN in the other. 

IF In both the copies MALACHI MALLOCKE'S name is left unerased : one differs from the 
original only in using the word "evidences " instead of " witnesses." The other reads thus : 
MALACHI MALLOCKE taken out of my custody for a wittnes 
AZARIAS PINNEY sent away to Bristol!. 
This explains why MALLOCKE'S name is erased; for PINNEY, see the letter in note *, p. 320.] 

** [Written thus in two lists ; TINKIN in one.] 

tt [PETER in two lists.] 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 



Prisoners in Exeter Goale to bee transported 



ABRAHAM HUNT 
CHRISTOPHER COOPER 
EDMUND* BOVETT 
JOHN FOLLETT 



PETER BIRD 

JOHN KEMPLYNf 

WALTER TEAPE 



Prisoners att 
JOHN JOLIFFK 
ROBERT PEIRCF. 
JOHN DODDS 
HENRY PITTMAN 
NATHANIEL BEATON 
PETER! CORDYLION 
W M BIGGS 
W M PUTTMAN 
JOHN COOKE 
JOHN HARCOMBE 
JOHN COLLINS 
NATHANIEL STANDERWICK|| 
RICHARD DYKE 
JOHN DENHAM 
ABRAHAM GOonF.N 
JOHN MEAD 
JOHN BRICE f 



Wells to bee Transported 
ANDREW HOLCOMBP: 
JOHN HOOPER** 
THOMAS VENNER 
LAWRENCE CASWELL 
THOMAS CHYN 
SAMUEL WEAVER 
ROBERT BATT 
JOHN HOOPER** 
JOHN GOALD 
JOHN COOKE 
JOHN JOHNSON 
JOHN WILLIS 

RICHARD NASH ats LYI.LANT 
JOHN FOOT 
JOHN REEVES 
JOHN GILL juii 



Reed according to his Ma tie3 direccons y e Warr' from y e LORD CHEIFE 
JUSTICE \v th a Schedule thereunto annexed of one hundred psons 
attainted of High Treason w cl) are by JERO.M NEPHO to bee transported 
into some of His Majesties Planta"cons in America according to a Con- 
dicon of a Recognizance entred into by me for that purpose In witnes 

* [Thus in two lists ; EDMOND in one.] f [SCAMTLYN in the two other lists.] 

J [PETARD in one list.] [Thus in two lists ; HRIGGS in one.] 

|| [SANDERWICK in one of the two copies ; SANDERWICKE in the other.] 

I [Thus in two lists. PRICE in the other.] 

** [Thus repeated in the original and other lists.] 



3 2o LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 

whereof I have hereunto putt my hand this six Twentieth day of Sep- 
tember In the first yeare of his now Majesties reigne Anoq, Dni 1685 

GEORGE PENNE 

Witness CHARLES WHITE 

ROB T HYDE 
SAM 1 - GEE* 



CERTIFICATE of M r NEPHo's Prisoners Landed at Barbados, f 

LIST of the Convicted Rebells put on Board the Betty of London 
at the Port of Waymouth in the County of Dorsett, JAMES MAY 
Comander, and is according to Bill of Ladeing by him signed bound for 
the Island of Barbados, Uiz'- 



JOHN WHICKER 
BENJAMIN WHICKER 
ROGER BRYANT 



PETER BAGWELL 
ABRAHAM THOMAS 
JOHN BAKER 



* [At the end of one of the copies the following is written : 

Those men are to bee transported to Barbados. 
CEO; PENNE 
That same IM is preceded by the following letter : 



Mr NEPHO'S Acc< of Prisoners 



S' 

Where as you haue signified to me that you are ordered to giue me an exact Ace" of y hundred Rebell- 




ter one wounded man by name EDMUND BOVETT now Remaining In Exeter Goale, and three and thirty 
at Ilchester besides AZARIAS PINNF.Y who was sent in Custody to Bristol! to be transported who it will be 
made appeare upon y e Return of my Express sent for that purpose hath been shipd for some one of his 
Ma'" Plantacions according to his Ma tes order, of y e Rest I haue here annexed an exact List and expect 
with in feue daies by my afore-mentioned messenger the Cirtificat there of I am 

?it Oct. 85. [ y p humble Seruant 

GEORGE PENNE 

The men that are to bee transported as in the list annexed, are to bee Sentt in the Ship 
Rctmti, the Commander is Cap' JAMES MAY:wittness my hand GEORGE PENNE. 

It will be observed that the ship in which the men sailed is called the Betty, in the certificate 
given above. 

t [There is another copy of this list an " Invoyce" of the prisoners made out before they 
f-tarted for the Barbadoes. The following are all the important differences in spelling of names 
&c., as given by it and in the above-printed list. See list for the corresponding numbers. 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 



3'9* 



WILLIAM" BIGGS 
JOHN FOOT 
JOHN DODDS 
RICHARD PARKER 
THOMAS QUICKE 
NICHOLAS SALTEK 
EDWARD VENN 
JOSEPH GAICH 
SAMUELL PINSON 
PETER KENT 
CHRISTOPHER JEWELL 
FRANCIS SMITH 
JOHN UINCENT 
JOHN EASTMOND 
PHILLIP Cox 
JOHN REEUES 
ROBERT MULLENS 
JOHN CONNET (i) 
JOHN FACEY 
JOHN HAYNE 
THOMAS FRANCKLYN 
DANIELL PARKER 
JOHN HEATCHFEILD (2) 
JOHN MOGERIDGE 
ABRAHAM HUNT 
WILLIAM CLARKE 
JOHN SAM 
ROBERT VAWTER. 
WILLIAM MADDER. 
JOHN FOLLETT 
JOHN COLLINS 
JOHN COOKE(S) 



WILLIAM GREENWAY 
WILLIAM GUPPY 
ALLEN ENGLAND 
EDWARD HOARE^) 
RICHARD DANIELL 
LAWRENCE CASWELL 
RICHARD PINE 
SAMUELL DOLBEARE 
ROBERT CLARKE 
ROBERT PEARE (5) 
OLIVER HOBES (e) 
RICHARD GREEN 
JOHN WILLIS 
ROBERT SANDY 
THOMAS PESTOR 
THOMAS VENNER 
WILLIAM HAYNE 
JOHN HITCHCOCK 
WILLIAM GYLES 
CHARLS BRAGHTON (7) 
JOHN KEMPLIN(S) 
PETER BIRD 
RICHARD NASH 
ANDREW HAULKON (9) 
THOMAS FORCY 
CHRISTOPHER COOPER 
JOHN HILL (10) 
JOHN HARCOMB 
PETER CORDELON (n) 
JOHN BOVETT 
HENRY SIMS 
WILLIAM DALE (12) 



(') CUNNET. 

( s ) HEATHFEILD. 

(?) COCKE. 

(*) RICHARD HOARE. 



(') PEARCE. 
() HOBBS. 
(') BROUGHTON. 
( 8 ) KAMPLINN. 



( B ) HAWLKOM, 

( 10 ) GILL. 

(") PETARDCORDELION. 

C 2 ) DEALE. 



3 20 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 



NATHANIELL STANDERWICK (la) 
THOMAS DOLLEN 
ABRAHAM GOUEN 
EDWARD BOVETT(U) 
EDWARD MARSH 
JOHN PREW 



ROBERT FAWN (15) 
SAMUELL WEAVER 
HENRY PITMAN 
WILLIAM PITMAN 
and one Servant woman by name 
SUSANNAH TOLEMAN (ie) 



The Bill of mortallity of the said Rebells that dyed Since they were 
reced on Board and were thrown over board out of the said Ship are 
these uiz. December the sixteenth THOMAS VENNER, Seaventeenth 
W M GUPPY, Eighteenth JOHN WILLIS, Nineteenth EDWARD VENN, the 
same day PHILLIP Cox one and Twentieth ROBERT VAWTER, Five and 
Twentieth WGREENWAY Jannuary the First PETER BIRD, Witnessed 
by the Comander, March' and officers of the said Ship this Eighth day 
of Janu'y 1685* 

JOHN MAY 
JOHN PENNE 
JOHN MADDISON 
GABRIEL WHITHORN 
MALCUM FRASER 



Barbados. 

By the Rt HonWe the Leiut Gouernor 

CAPTAINE JAMES MAY Comander of the ship Betty, JOHN' 
PENNE March' JN MADDISON Mate, GABRIELL WIIITHORN Boats- 
wain & MALCUM FRASER Dcor of s* Shipp, personally appeared before 
mee and made oath on the Holly Evangelists of Allmighty God, that 
the within servants or Convicted Rebells by the said MAY taken in at 
the Port of Waymouth in the County of Dorsett, are the very same 
Convicted Rebells that were delivered to, and by the said MAY brought 
in the said Ship to this Island, and that they were all of them here 



( 13 ) STANDERICK. 



( 14 ) EDMUND. ( 15 ) FO\VNE. 

* [1685-6.] 



( lc ) SUSAN DOLEMAN. 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 321 

landed and delivered to m' CHARLS THOMAS and Company Factors to 
JEROM NEPHO or his assignes Except Eight of them w cl > dyed on 
board the said ship in the voyage, and buried in the sea, whose names 
are mentioned in the within Bill of Mortallity. Giuen vnder my hand 
the 8 th day of Jannuary 1685* 

A true Coppy attested this 

Ninethdayof Janu'y 1685* EDWYN STEDE 

JN WHETSTONE Depty Secrty 



Warr for Delivery of Rebells convict to M 1 NEPHO. 

AUG T S' 

Whereas the several! persons whose names are conteyned in 
a Schedule hereunto annexed remaine now in yo' custody being 
attainted of high Treason for leavying Warr against his Sacred 
Ma tie vnder the late Duke of Monmouth, before mee and other 
his Ma lies Justices of Oyer and Terminer for this Westerne 
Circuit ; And whereas his Ma tie has been pleased to signifie to 
mee, his Royall pleasure of his gratious intentions to extend 
his mercy to the s d persons, and to pardon them their lives 
vpon Condjcon of Transportation into Some of his Ma ties Plan- 
tacons beyond the Seas And for that purpose the said persons 
should bee delivered to JEROME NEPHO or Order, he haveing 
allready pursuant to his Ma ties Comands entred into a Recogni- 
zance for their safe and speedy transportacon into his s (1 Ma ties 

Jeffreys Plantations beyond the Seas according to his Royall directions, 
and is alsoe obliedged to discharge you and all yo' Officers & 
Ministers from further trouble and the Country from further 
charge, relateing to the said persons within tenn dayes after the 
date of these p'sents, and upon such other Conditions as his 
Ma tie has required. 
These are therefore in his Ma tie s name to will and require you forth- 

w' h vpon sight hereof to deliver unto the said JEROME NEPHO or his 

* [1685-6.] 

4' 



322 LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 

Order the said severall persons in the s d Schedule named, in order to 
their Transportacon as aforesaid, and you are hereby directed to take a 
receipt from the person or persons to whome you shall deliver the said 
Prisoners Pursuant to this Order of the Receipt of them, and for soe 
doeing this shall bee yo' Warrant Giuen vnder my hand and scale this 
p'sent 25* day of September, in the first yeare of the Reigne of our 
Soveraigne Lord King James &c Annoq, Dfii 1685. 

To the High Sherriffs of the Counties of Dorsett 
Devon and Somersett, & to his f their 
Deputies & all other Officers whome these 

may concerne. 

A true Coppy attested this 

9 th day of Jannuary 1685 

JNo WHETSTONE Dep'ySecr'y 



[BARBADOES.] 

LIST* of Seaventy two Rebells by his Maty 65 Mercy granted to 
GEROME NEPHO to bee transported to this Island by the Betty 
JAMES MAY Master received by CHARLS THOMAS and JOHN PENNE, 
by order of GEORGE PENNE Esq' being the order of JEROM NEPHO 

Masters. Rebells 

WILLIAM BIGGS 

WILLIAM HAYNE 
RICHARD WALTERS WnjJAM 



MICHAELL CHILD. 



EDMOND BOVETT 

SAMUELL WEAVER 
ROBERT MULLINS 
WILLIAM GILES 
DANIELL PARKER 
JOHN FACEY 



* [The names of the "Rebels" in this List have been given in " A Receipt for 100 Prisoners 
en Mr. Nepho's Account" on page 317"; 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 th e 
Masters to whom they were sold. The variations in the orthography of names have been already 
referred to.] 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 



3 2 3 



Masters. 

THOMAS GIBBS .. 



RICHARD CHEESMAN 
Cap" 1 JOHN SUTTON 



Cap" 1 ROBERT HARISON 
WILLIAM CHESTER Esq' 



Cap'" JOHN GIBBS. 



NICHOLAS MAYNARD 



JOHN SMART 

JOHN CHACE 

THOMAS BERRESFORD 



THOMAS PEARCE 



PETER FLEWILLING , 



REBECCA BEAL 



Rebells 

JOHN EASMAN 
HENRY SIMS 
JOHN COLLINS 



JOSEPH GAICH 
JOHN FOLLETT 

THOMAS DOLLEN 



LAWRENCE CASEWELL 
JOHN FOOT 
RICHARD PINE 



PETER BAGWELL 
JOHN HEATHFEILD 

JOHN HERCOMBE 
JOHN REEVES 
JOHN DODDS 



RICHARD PARKER 



EDWARD MARSH 

JOHN SAMS 

NATHANIELL STANDERICKE 



THOMAS FRANKLYN 
JOHN COOKE 

ROBERT CLARKE 
ANDREW HAUKOM 
JOHN PREW 

SAMUELL PINSON 



JOHN GILL 
CHRISTOPHER JEWELL 
RICHARD NASH 
THOMAS PESTOR 



41 2 



324 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 



Muten 

BARNABAS CHATER 



L,t Collo 11 RICHARD VINTER 
THOMAS HOLEMAN . 



WILLIAM MARCHANT 
JOHN SHAHANY , 



RALPH LANE . 



Collo 11 JOHN WATERMAN., 
CHRISTOPHER WILLIAMS 

MATHEW CHAPMAN 

THOMAS PROTHEES 

THOMAS AUSTIN 

ELIZABETH FOSTER 

THOMAS LINTON 

JOHN GOLDINGHAM 

Cap tn JOHN KING 

DANIELL DEUSBURY .... 
Maj r GEORGE BUSHELL . 
EDWARD HENLEY 



Rebells 

BENJAMINE WHICKER 

JOHN HAYNES 
THOMAS FAUCEY 

ROBERT PEIRCE 



SAMUELL DOLBEARE 
JOHN CONNETT 

OLIVER HOBBS 



ROBERT FOANE 
NICHOLAS 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 



CHARLS BRAUGHTON 



FRANCIS SMITH 



ABRAHAM HUNT 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 



325 



Masters 

RICHARD SCOTT 
JOHN JACKMAN... 



CIIARLS THOMAS and Company .. 



ROBERT liisnopp 
HESTER FOSTER 



Rebells 

ABRAHAM GODDING 



PETTARD CORDELION 

JOHN WHICKER 
CHRISTOPHER COOPER 
JOHN BOVETT 
RICHARD DANIELL 



HENRY PITMAN 
WILLIAM PITTMAN 



JOHN KEMPLIN 



W M MADER dead 



CERTIFICATE of the Disposall of the Rebells sent by 

M r NEPHO. 
Barbados' 

By the R' Hon' b| e the Leiu 1 Gouernor. 

M' CHARLS THOMAS and m' JOHN PENNY Factors for JEROME 
NEPHO Esq r to whom the within Convicted Rebells menconed in this 
List were consigned, personally appeared before mee and made oath on 
the Holy Evangelists of Almighty God, that the said Rebells were de- 
livered 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 here to the Seuerall persons menconed in the Said List, 
Except one of the said Rebells by name WILLIAM MADDER that dyed 
on Shoar Since the Arriveall of the said Ship Giuen vnder my hand the 
First day of February 1685* 

EDWYN STEDE 
A true Coppy attested this ) 
Second day of February 1685* ) 

JNo WHETSTONE Dep'y Secrty 
* [1685-6.] 



326 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 



|R WILLIAM BOOTH'S Receipt for the Prisoners within men- 
con'd on the Account of JAMES KENDALL Esq r - to be sent to 
Barbados* 

Prisoners in DorcJiester Gaole to bee Transported 



EDWARD LUTHER (i) 
JOHN DOWNE 
BENJ: CROWE 
THOMAS BENNETT 
JOHN FISHER 
JOHN MANNING 
ROBERT LuMBARD(2) 
W M WADFORD(S) 
RICHARD KEECH(4) 
GEORGE PLUMLEY 
THOMAS ALLEN 
JOHN REASON 
JOHN SPEERING 
MATHEW PORTER 
ROBERT SPURWAY(5) 
JOHN EDWARDS 
JOHN HARDIMAN 
BARNARD BRYANT 
JOHN MINIFIED) 
JOHN WniTE(7) 
JAMES POMEROY(S) 
ROBERT SHALE(9) 



THOMAS HOARE 
PETER Row 
JOHN LOVERIDGE 
ELIAS STEPHENS(IO) 
JOHN BRIDLE 
THOMAS PARSONS(II) 
NICHOLAS PALMER 
THOMAS WILLIAMS 
MATHEW HuTCHiNS(i2) 
NICHOLAS SMITH 
EMANUELL COLLINS 
ROGER HOBBS(IS) 
JOHN GAY(H) 

JOSEPH HALLETT(l5) 

NATHANIEL WEBBER(ie) 
EDWARD MoRETON(i7) 
JAMES SALTER 
WILLIAM LovERiDGE(i8) 
AMBROSE ASHFORD 
ROGER FRENCH(rg) 

NICHOLAS WARREN(20) 

WILLIAM WiLLs(2i) 



* [There is an " attested copy" of this Receipt, in which the following (see references after 
the names in list) are the more important alterations in spelling, &c. : 

(') LUTTER. ( 8 ) POMREY. (") Left out. 



( ! ) LUMBERD. 

( 3 ) MADFORD. 

( 4 ) KEATCH. 

( s ) Sl'URNAY. 
() Left out. 
( 7 ) WITTE. 



POMREY. 
() Left out. 
( 10 ) STEVENS. 
(") PASSENS. 
(") HUGHENS. 

( l ) HOBES. 

(") GUY. 



(') WHEELER. 
( I7 ) MORTEN. 
(') Left out. 
(") Left out. 
( M ) Left out. 
(") WILLIAMS. 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 



327 



JOHN PRYOR 
W M TUCKER 
W M BROWNE 
SAMUEL LAWRENCE 
JOHN HUTCHINS(22) 
W M CLARKE 
JOHN BROWNE 
ROBERT BURRIDGE 
HENRY TUCKER 
THOMAS BURRIDGE 
JOHN ALLAMBRIDGE(23) 
THOMAS CORNELIUS 
HUMPHRY MOLETON 
EDWARD WiLLMorr(24) 

W" WlLLIAMS(25) 

THOMAS MARSHALL 
RICHARD PAUL 
JOSEPH PAUL 

HUGH WlLLMOTT(26) 

JOHN JOHNSON 
RICHARD ALLENS 
JOHN PITTS 
STEPHEN GAMMAGE(27) 
ANDREW RAPSON 
W* COZEN s(28) 
THOMAS TOWNESEND 
JASPER DYAMOND(29) 
THOMAS GREGORY 



JOHN ALLEN(SO) 
ROBERT HELLYER(SI) 
THOMAS ALLEN(32) 
THOMAS BEST 
THOMAS HELLYER(SI) 
JOHN LONG 

W BENNETT(32) 

JOHN MARKES(32) 
JOHN MITCHELL 
JOHN MADDERS 
THOMAS HALLETT 
JOHN ALSTON 
GEORGE MACY 

JOHN PlNNEY(33) 

CHARLES STRONG 

W M FOODE(34) 

W M SAUNDERS 
JAMES SPENCERS) 
JOHN WILSON 
EDWARD ADAMS 
JOHN ADAMS 
ARTHUR LUSHES) 
JOHN HUTCHINS(37) 
THOMAS BOVETT 
JOHN TRUREN(38) 
JAMES FOWLER 
JOHN WniTE(39) 
FRANCIS LANGBRIDGE 



( w ) HUGENS. 

( M ) ALIMBRIDGE. 

(") WlLLMATT. 

() WILLS. 

(**) WlLLMATT. 

(") GAMIDGE. 



( M ) COUSSENS. 

( w ) DlMAND. 

( 80 ) ALLENS. 

(") HILI.IER, and THOMAS'S 

name is twice given 
( m ) Left out. 
( 33 ) PENNY. 



(") Ltftout. 
( M ) JOHN SPENCE. 
( M ) LUCH. 
( 37 ) HUGENS. 
( M ) Left out. 
( S9 ) WITTES.] 



328 LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 

Reed according to his Majesties direccons the Warr' from- the LORD 
CHEIKE JUSTICE w ltl a Schedule thereunto annexed of One hundred 
persons attainted of High Treason w dl are by JAMES KENDALL Esq r to 
bee transported into his Majesties Island of Barbadoes or other his 
Majesties Plantacons in America according to a Condicon of a Recogni- 
zance entred into by me for that purpose In witnes whereof I have 
hereunto putt my hand this Five and twentieth day of September In the 
first yeare of his now Majesties reignc Anoq, Dni 1685 

WILL: BOOTH 
Wittness herevnto 

SAM: GEE 
ROBT: HYDE* 



CERTIFICAT of the Disposal! of CAPTAIN KENDALLS 

Rebells. 

| ARE ADOS. A List of Ninety Rcbclls by the Happy Retitrnc of 
Pool Cap'" ROGER WADIIAM Comander, with the Names of 
their Masters to whom they were disposed to, by the Hon' ble Collo" JOHN 
HALLETT and Company for acco' of S r WILLIAM BOOTH and Cap tn 
JAMES KENDALL, December i68st 

Servants Names Masters Names 

BENJAMIN CROW 

J HN GuY Lcollo" JOHN HALLETT 

JOHN ALSTONS 

WILLIAM BROWN: 

EDWARD WILLMOTT PETER FLEWELLIN 

RICHARD ALLEN WILLIAM LEWGAR Esq r - 

JOHN BROWN BENJAMIN BIRD 

[The attested copy (dated Jan. 9, 1685 [1685-6]) states that the prisoners were put on 
hoard the Happy Keturue, at Weymouth, in Portland Road, ROGER WADHAM Commander, &c. 
They were delivered to Mr. JOHN BROWNE and Company, Factors for Sir WILLIAM BOOTH, 
Knt., at the Barbadoes.] 

t [It will be noticed thru the same names are in some cases very differently spelt in this and 
the preceding list.] 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 329 



Servants Names Masters Names 

ELIAS STEVENS Cap" 1 JOHN STEWART 

WILLIAM CLARKE ~i 

WILLIAM WILLS 

LCap* W M MARSHALL 
JAMES POMREY I 

EDWARD MORTON ... J 

JAMES SALTER AGNIS FENTON 

JOHN EDWARDS Cap," MATHEW HAVILAND 

JAMES FOWLER 1 

THOMAS CORNELIUS rColloii JOHN FARMER 

ROBERT SPURWEY I 

THOMAS TOUXSEND . 

JOHN HUGENS I Cap"> TOBIAS FRERE 

NATHANIELL WEBBER 

JOHN LOVERIDGE } WILLIAM WEAVER 

JOHN SPEERING Maj r GEORGE LILLINGTON 

THOMAS H ALLETT Collo" SAM LL TITCOMB 

JASPER DIAMOND RICHARD HARWOOD Esq r . 

WILLIAM WILLIAMS > 

ROBERT BURRIDGE j Majr JOHN JOHNSON 

PETER Row ^ 

FRANCIS LAUGHBRIDGE | HESTER FOSTER 

JOHN WILSON STEPHEN GIBBS 

NICHOLAS SMITH HUGH WILLIAMS 

W M CossENs RALPH FRETWELL 

JOHN ADAMS 

. JAMES THORPE 
EDWARD ADAMS j 

THOMAS BOVETT PHILLIP FOUSIIER 

THOMAS ALLEN 

ROBERT HELLIER 

SAMUELL LAWRENCE 

JOHN PITTS 

THOMAS HELLIER 

JOHN FISHER ^ Collo" RICHARD WILLIAMS 

JOHN ALAMBRIDGE 

4 2 



330 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 



RICHARD LTNTOTT 



Servants Names Masters Names 

THOMAS HOAR 

ARTHUR LUSH 

JOHN PRIOR 

JOHN LONG j 

WILLIAM MADFORD 

THOMAS ALLEN 

RICHARD KEATCH 

W T LLIAM TUCKER 

STEPHEN GAMADGE 

JOHN WHITE 

JOHN MADDERS 

EMANUELL COLLINS 

MATHER PORTER "1 

GEORGE PLUMLEY I NICHOLAS PRIDEAUX 

THOMAS WILLIAMS f 

JOHN MANNING J 

JOHN JOHNSON 

ANDREW RAPSON I 

THOMAS BURRIDGE J-JOHN HETHERSELL Esq' 

THOMAS BENNETT 

HENRY TUCKER 

BARNARD BRYANT* 

THOMAS BEST 

THOMAS MARSHALL MOHN BURSTON 

HUGH WILLMATT 

JOHN BRIDLE J 

JOHN HARDEMAN JOHN How 

NICHOLAS PALMER 

JOHN PENNY 5 

CHARLS STRONG 

EDWARD LUTHER 

WILLIAM SANDERS 

THOMAS REASON 



j 



\ Cap tn GEO: TERWIGHT 



Collo 11 JNO; SAMPSON. 



* [The "brace" against this and the four following names is not in the original.] 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 331 

Servants Names Masters 

JOHN MlTTCHELL 

THOMAS PARSONS 

JAMES SPENCE 



JOHN ALLIN 



Cap" 1 JN U PAKNELL 



JOSEPH PAUL 

THOMAS GREGORY 

RICHARD PAUL 

JOHN HUTCHINS JOHN HAYWOOD 

MATHEW H UTCHINS THOMAS H AYSE 

HUMPHRY MOULTON \ 

AMBROSE ASHFORD >- Cap'" WALTER SCOT 

GEORGE MASEY > 

ROGER HOBES Cap'" ROBERT H ARRISSON 

JOHN DOWNE STEPHEN DEVORAX 

JOHNWlTTE -I _ 

1, T v- RICHARD ADAMSON 

ROBERT LAMBERT j 

Barbados, 

By the R* Hon'We the L l Gouernor. 

M' JOHN BROWNE one of the Factors for s r W M BOOTH Kt to 
whom the aboue and within Convicted Rebells menconed in this List 
were consigned personal/ appeared before mee and made oath on th e 
Holy Evangelists of Allmighty God that they were delivered him and 
Company, out of the ship Happy Returne of Pool, ROGER WADHAM 
Comander, and were all of them by him and Company sold and disposed 
of here to the severall persons menconed in the said List, Giuen vnder 
my hand the 8 th day of Janu'y 1685* 

EDWYN STEDE 
A true Coppy Attested this > 
Nineth day of Janu'y 1685* / 
JNo : WHETSTONE Dep'ySecrty 

* [1685-6.] 

42 2 



332 LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 



IK WILL: BOOTH'S LIST of Prisoners sent to Barbados.* 

Suitunersctt. S/iirc. 

Witt: DREW of Bridgwater 

JOHN SEAMER of Chilton 

WILLIAM SMITH of Road 

WILLIAM HALL of Cheard 

JUSTINEAN GUPPY of Tanton (i_) 

GEORGE CARROW of Bridgwater 

THOMAS DENNIS of Bridgwater 

AMBROSS WINTER of West Buckland 

THOMAS GALHAMTON^) of West Zoyland 

WILLIAM DAW of Tanton 

HENRY GIBBONS of Tanton 

ROB: EASTON of Tanton 

GEORGE MICELL of Bridgwater 

DANIEL PuMREY(3) of Tanton. 

EDWARD COUNSELI. of Allerton 

JOHN. WALL of Bridgwater 

JOHN LEAKER(4) of Hunspill [Huutspill] 

EDWARD VILDY of Tanton 

ROBERT TEAPE of Bridgwater 

JOSEPH WICKHAM of Burnam 

JEREMIAH ATKINS of Tanton 

SAMUEL BOONE of Tanton 

JOHN BUSTON of Milverton 

JOHN WALTERS of Tanton 

ROB: SEASE of Tanton (5) 

GEORGE MULLINS of Tanton 

THOMAS BROCKE of Tanton 



* [In an "attested copy " the under-named differences of spelling of names occur (see the 
reference numbers) : 

(') JUZTIPHER GUPPV. ( 3 ) JUMREV. ( 3 ) SEARS. 

(*) GILHAMTON. ( 4 ) LEAKE. 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 333 



ROB: SEAMAN of Tanton 

LAURANCE HUSSEY of Wellington 

Wilt. TIVERTON of Bridgwatcr 

GEORGE WARREN of Milverton 

ROB: COWARD of Road 

JOHN CHAPPELL of Petherton 

WILL: BURROW'S of Corfe () 

Witt: HAYNES of Beckington 

GEORGE KEELE of Chilton (e) 

STEPHEN RODEWAY (7) of Promt 

HENRY QUANT of Tanton 

WILL: MEAD of Bridgwater 

THOMAS GAM AGE of Tanton 

JAMES BAKER of Milverton 

HUMPHERY POPE of Tanton 

JOHN WARRIN of Milverton 

JOSEPH VINICOTT(S) ot Bridg Water 

HENRY MIRE of Bridgwater 

JOHN HARRIS of Hunspill 

FRANCIS CAME of Hunspill 

RICHARD STEPHENS(O) of North Carre 

GEORGE NOWELL of Tanton 

MORRIS FUSSE of Milverton 

JAMES HILLMAN of Milverton 

JOHN STOODLY of Trent 

Wift: BARNARD of Hust 

BARTHOLOMEW RANDALL (10) of West Coter 

JOHN RODGERS (n) of Mackington 

ROB: MITCHELL of Illton 

JONAS CROSSE of Cullington 

RICHARD ALLIN of Creech 

THOMAS MIDLETON of Tanton 



() Left out. ( 9 ) STEVENS. 

(') RODWAY. ( 10 ) RENDELL. 

( 8 ) VINCOTT. ( u ) ROGERS. 



334 LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 

RICHARD BICKHAM (1-2) of Dosin 
JOHN BUDGE of Cheard 
ROBART PAUL of Illton 
OSMOND READ (is) of Tanton 
JOHN BURGES of Tanton 
WILLIAM PARKER of Tanton 
JOHN FARMER of Tanton 
ABRAHAM POLLARD of Cheard 

Devon Shire 

TIMOTHY HAWKER of Thorn Combe 

JOHN MITCHILL of Thorn Come 

JOHN BAGG of Thorncome 

WILLIAM SMITH jun: of Vpportre [Uppottery] 

MICELL POWELL of Neath Glomorging 

WILLIAM WALTER'S of Membery 

HUMPHERY TRUMP of West Sanford 

JOHN BARTLETT of Pitmisser 

JOHN CHILCOT (14) of Tiverton. 

WILLIAM HARVEY of Memre 

WILLIAM HUTCHINGS (15) of Vpportre 

JOHN SMITH of Hunington 

JOHN CLODE of Vppertre 

JOHN CANTLEBURY of Sanford Pefrin 

RICHARD WADHAM of Froome 

WILLIAM WOOLRIDGE of Tiverton 

SIMON POOLE of Bemister 

WILLIAM COMBE of Broad Winser 

RICHARD EDGAR of Mosterton. 

Witt: PHIPPIN (ie) of High Church 

JOHN GALE (17) of Coscam 

C 2 ) BRICKHAM. ( I5 ) HUTCHINS. 

( ls ) SYMOND REID. (") SHIPPIN. 

( 14 ) CHILLICOTT. ( ir ) JOSEPH GAM.. 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 335 

THOMAS MATTHEWS of Chiddicke 
JOHN KEELE of Chilton 

Put on board the John friggct cap WILL: STOKES comand r ninty 
Prisonners consined for the burbadous dated at Dorchester oc br the 
24 1685 

WILL: BOOTH 
Shipt at Bristoll 



Barbados * 

By the Right Hon ble the Leiv' Governo': 

JOHN ROGERS Cheife Mate, and WILLIAM ALEXANDER Second 
Mate of the Ship John Friggott of Bristoll, whereof WILLIAM STOAKES 
deceased was lately Master, personally appeared before mee, and made 
Oath on the holy Evangelist of Almighty God, that the above convicted 
Rebells by the sd 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 this Island, and that they were all of them 
here landed, and delivered to M' JOHN BROWNE and Company Factors 
for S' WILLIAM BOOTH Kn< except JOSEPH WICKHAM who dyed on 
board the said Shipp in Kingroad, and was from thence carryed on 
Shoare 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' JUSTIPHER GUPPY, THOMAS 
GILHAMPTON, GEORGE MICELL, EDWARD COUNCELL, GEORGE KEALE, 
WILLIAM SMITH jun'. WILLIAM HUTCHINS, SYMON POOLE, W M MEAD 
FRANCIS CAME JONAS CROSS and ROBERT PAUL Given under my 

hand this 28 th day of January i685.f 

EDWYN STEDE 
A true Coppy Attested this -j 
First day of February i68sf J 

JNo WHETSTONE Dep'y Secr'7 

* [This certificate, as will be seen from its ending, is taken from the attested copy. 
t [1685-6.] 



336 



LISTS OF CONVICTED XEBELS. 



list of seaventy seaven Convicted Rebells by the John Friggat of 
Bristoll Cap" 1 W M STOAKS Comander Imported 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 Arriveall, 
and one since the arriveall of the said ship to this Island: 






Masters 



Capt n WALTER SCOTT 



J N O & W M HOLDER 



Rebelh 

f JOHN LEAKE 
EDWARD VILDV 
ROBERT EASTON 
JOHN STOODLY 
RICHARD BICKIIAM 
THOMAS DEXXIS 
GEORGE CARROW 
WILLIAM SMITH jun' 
JOHN BARTLETT 
ROBERT MITCHELL 
MICIIAELL POWELL 
HENRY QUANT 
JOHN FARMER 

IRICIIARD ALLEN 



JOHN WALL 
AMBROSE WINTER 
JOHN CANTLEBUKY 
RICHARD EDGAR 
RICHARD STEVENS 

WTlVERTON. 



-THOMAS GAM ADC E 
ROBERT COWARD 
GEORGE WARREN 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 



337 



Masters 



ANN GALLOP 



Rebells 

JOHN WALTERS 
STEPHEN RODWAY 
GEORGE NOWELL 
JOHN WARRIN 
JOHN BURGIS 
WILLIAM PARKER 
JOHN CHILCOTT 
GEORGE SEAMAN 



Collo 11 JOHN FARMER ............... JOHN SEAMAR 

/-WILLIAM HAYNES 
HENRY QUINTYNE Esqr ........... J ROBERT SEASE 

( JOHN BAGG 
SAMUELL SMART ..................... WILT. JAM PHUWN 

,. WILLIAM BURROWES 
WILLIAM DREW 
HUMPHRY POPE 

JOHN BUSTON . J J OHN CLOOD 

JOHN GALE 

OSMAN READ 
WILLIAM COOMB 
BUDGE 

Collo'iJOHN HALLETT ............... r HUMPHRY TRUMPE 

\THOMAS BROCKE 

W M HECTROP ...................... GEORGE MULLINS 

, /-THOMAS Mi DDLETON 
RICHARD HARWOOD Esq> ......... JAMES HILMAN 

' JOHN SMITH 



43 



338 LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 

Masters Rebells 

'TIMOTHY HAWKER 



fi 



JOHN MITCHELL 
Collo" JOHN SAMPSON ^ RICHARD WADHAM 

W M BARNARD 



ES 

BARTHOLOMEW RANDALL 



DC-5FBATTYN \ 

I MORRIS Fuss 



Dcor JOHN SPRINGIIAM HENRY GIBBONS 

JOHN ALCHORNE THOMAS MATHEWS 

OTHNIELL HAGGAT JOHN BUSTON 

JOHN SUMERS JOSEPH VINICOTT 

SILUS MARCHANT WILLIAM HALL 



Major JOHNSON JOHN RODGERS 

JOHN HETHERSELL Esq r JOHN HARRIS 

HUGH WILLIAMS ROBERT TEAP 

WILLIAM ALLAMBY JOHN CHAPPELL 

JOHN DENNEK DANIELL POMRE 

THOMAS BURKE WILLIAM HARVEY 



WILLIAM SLOGRAVE LAWRENCE HUSSE 



SAMUELL WARNER WILLIAM WALTERS 



ANTHONY PALMER WILLIAM DAW 



WILLIAM MARCH T ABRAHAM POLLARD 



LISTS Of CONVICTED REBELS. 339 

Masters Rebells 

( JEREMIA ATKINS 
JOHN BROWNE J SAMUELL BOON 

( WILLIAM WOOLRHJGE 



JOHN KEAL Dead 

Barbados 

By the R l Hon' ble the Leiu' Gowernor. 

M r JOHN BROWNE one of the Factors for S r WILLIAM BOOTH 
K' to whom the within convicted Rebells menconed in this List were 
consigned ; and m' DANIELI. RICHARDSON personally appeared before 
nice and made oath on the Holy Evangelists of Allmighty God, that the 
said Rebells were delivered him the said JOHN BROWNE and Company 
out of the ship John 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 seuerall 
persons menconed in the said List, Except one of the said Rebells 
by name JOHN KEALE that dyed on shoar Since the arriveall of the 
said Ship Giuen vnder my hand the ag" 1 Jann'y: 1685 

EDWYN STEDE 
A true Coppy Attested this 1 
First day of February 1685 ) 

JN WHETSTONE Dep'y Sccr'y 



IK WILLIAM BOOTH'S Receipt for the Prisoners within men- 
con'd 

Att ilie Bride-Lvell at Tannton 



RICHARD STEVENS 
*RICHARD EDGAR 



CHARLES LUCAS 
GEORGE GRAY 



[The names marked with an asterisk are mentioned in previous Lists.] 

432 



340 



LJSTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 



JOHN BARTLETT 
*JOHN STOODLEY 
*ROBT PAUL 
*Roirr MITCHELL 
*JOHN GALE 
*BARTHO: RANDALL 
*JOHN ROGERS 
*W HAYNES 
*WittM BARNARD 
*THOMAS MATHEWES 
*HENRY MEYER 
JOHN BRESSETT 
*RICHARD ALLEN 
JOHN POOLE 
*JOHN BURGES 
*JOHN FARMER 
*RICHARD BICKIIAM 
*HENRY GIBBONS 
JOHN BASON 
*GEORGE NOWELL 
*MORRIS FURSE ats Voss 
*HUMPHREY TRUMP 
*JOHN WARREN 
*GEORGE WARREN 
*HUMPHREY POPE 
*OSMOND READ 
*HENRY QUANT 

*WlttM BUKROUGHS 

*W U DAW 
*W M PARKER 
*ROBT SEASE 
*THOMAS MIDLETON 
*JAMES HILLMAN 
JOHN BRAY 
AMBROSE WINTER 



LAURENCE HUSSEY 
*ROHT SHAMAN- 
EDWARD LYDI: 
*JOHN CHAPPELL 
*ROBT EASTON 
*JOIIN WALTER 
*THOMAS BROCKE 
GEORGE MOLLINS 
*DANIELL PUMROY 
JEREMY ATKINS 
*SAM LL BOONE 
JOHN EDWARDS 



Out of Bridgwattr Prison 5 that 

came from Taunton 
*GEORGE MICHILL 
*W M DREW 
THOMAS DENNIS 

JOHN AVOAKE 

*W M TlVERTON 

JOSEPH VINICOTT 
JOHN SEYMER 
JOHN LEAKER 
*SYMON POOLE 
JOHN WALE 
RICHARD WADIIAM 
*STEPHEN RODWAY 
FRANCIS CAME 
MICHELL POWELL 
JOHN KERLE 
THOMAS GALHAMPTUN* 
GEORGE CARROW 
ABRAHAM POLLARD 
JOHN BUDGE 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 



*W M HARVEY 
*\V" HALL 

*W M PlIIITEN 

*JoiiN CHILCOTT 
*ROBT COWARD 
*JOIIN CANTLEBURY 
*W M WOOLRIDGE 
*W M SMYTH 
JOHN SMYTH 
*W M MEAD 
*GEORGE KEEL 
*EDWARU COUNCELL 

*JOSE1>H WlCKHAM 

JOHN HARRIS 



Out of the Prison' 3 tJiat came from 
Exeter to Taunton. 

*ROBT TEAP 
*TYMOTHY HAWKER 
*W M SMYTH 

JOSEPH NEWBERRY 
*JOHN SMYTH 

JOHN'CLODE 
*JONAS CROSS 
*JOIIN BRAGG 

WlftM HUTCHINS 

*JOHN MITCHELL 
EDWARD VILDY 
JUSTINIAN GUITY 
W" COMBE 
JAMES BAKER 
*THOMAS GAMAGE 
*W WALTER 

Received According to his Ma tics dircccons the Warr' from the Ld 
CHEIF JUSTICE \v th a Schedule therevnto annexed of One hundred 
persons attainted of high Treason w d > are by me to be transported in 
to his Maties Island of Barbadoes according to a Condicon of a Re- 
cognizance entrcd into by me for that puiposc in Wittncss whereof I 
have hcrevnto put my hand this present 2S l1 ' of September in the I st year 
of his now Ma ties reigne Annoq, Dom 1685. 



Witness 

ROB T : HYDE 

SAM L GEE 



WTLL: BOOTH 



(in-dorso) Prison' 8 100 

Bridwell at Taunton 

Bridgewater Prison' 8 

at Taunton 

Exeter Prison' 5 att 
Taunton . . 



56 
33 

1 1 



100 



34 J LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 



JHE sale of Sixty Seavcn Rebells delivered by Cap" 1 CilARl,s 
GARDNER Comander of the Jamaica Marc/taut to CIIARLS 
THOMAS and THOMAS SADLER for acco 1 of Mess rs JOHN PALMER JOHN 
RICHARDSON SAMUELL YOUNG and WILLIAM ROSE the i2 th day 
March 1685. Viz' 

Masters Rebells 

WILLIAM CHESTER Esq 1 THOMAS PITT 

FRANCIS BOND esq r JOHN BRUER 

WILLIAM CROSS 

ROBERT RICHARDS 

JOHN MILLER 

JOHN CROSS 

BENJAMIN MIDDLETON LUKE PORTER 

EDWARD JOURDEN JOHN SLATE 

DANIELL RUTTER 
DANIELL PARSONS I SACK DOVER 

SAMUELL BOND 

MATHEWGRAV J OHN MAGRIDGE 

NICHOLAS GIBBS JAMES COCKRAM 

THOMAS ESTWICKE WILLIAM SANDERS 

RICHARD FORSTALL J OHN ADAMS 

JOHN GRAY CHRISTOPHER HOLBIN 

Majr RICHARD SALTER HENRY CHAMBERS 

FRANCIS YOUNG SILVESTER LOYD 

JOSEPH JONES PERCYFULL Nowis 

WILLIAM BARON J OHN CHAMBERLIN 

ARCHIBALD JOHNSON GEORGE RUSSELL 

HUMPHRY JUSTIN 
LEONARD STAPLE 
THOMAS GOOLD 
GEORGE SCRUBS 
WILLIAM VARIER 
ROBERT PEARCE 



LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 343 

Masters Rebells 

Maj r ABELL ALLEN RICHARD SIMMONS 

ENOCK GOOLD 

JEREMIAH POOL 

JAMES CLIFT 

EMANUELL MARCH T 
GEORGE H ANNAV esqr GEORG SNOW 

WILLIAM CURRIER 

JOHN COCKRAM 
JOHN BAWDEN Esq r JAMES WEBB 

RICHARD KING 
JOHN HETHERSALL Esqr RICHARD PEARCE 

EDWARD BELLEMIE 
GEORGE HARPER CORNELIUS RADFORD 

JOB HUNT 

Maj f GEORGE BUSHELL JOHN BAKER 

Collo" THOMAS COLLETON THOMAS BUGLER 

NICHOLAS COLLINS 

MATHEW COOKE 

CHRISTOPHER ROE 

THOMAS MEADE 

JOHN BAKER 

THOMAS PREIST 
NICHOLAS PRIDEAUX WILLIAM PHILLIPS 

JAMES MAYNARD 

ROBERT KELLY HENRY PREIST 

WILLIAM ALEMBY EDWARD KENT 

MICHAELL CHILD JOHN GIBBS 

CapfJOHN SUTTON ROBERT EARLE 

WILLIAM PITTS 

MUSEWALFORD JOHN GODSAL 

Maj r GEORGE LILLINGTON SILVESTER POOL 

JONAS BROWNE 

JOHN SUMMERS JOHN ROGGERS 

ANN WALTERS JOHN TIMOTHY 



344 LISTS OF CONVICTED REBELS. 

Masters Rebel Is 

Cap" 1 THOMAS MORRIS MATHEW CRAI-TS 

BARNARD LOM:KH>(,I. 
CHARLS THOMAS f THOMAS SAD- ) WILLIAM WOODCOCK i-; 

LER J THOMAS AUSTIN 

EDWARD HURLSTONE PHILLIP CHEEK 

CHARLS BURRAGE 

WILLIAM LEE dead before 
the ship arrived in Barbados 

Barbados 

By the R Hon' ble the L 1 Gouernor. 

M r THOMAS SADLER one of the Factors to whom the within 
convicted Rebells mcnconed in this List were consigned to, personally 
appeared before nice and made oath on the Holy Evangelists of 
Allmighty God that they are the very same Rebells that were delivered 
him and m' CHARLS THOMAS the other Factor for Mcss rs JOHN PAL- 
MER, JOHN RICHARDSON SAMUELL YOUNG W M ROSE out of the 
Ship Jamaica March', whereof CHARLS GARDNER is Comand 1 ' 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 
appeared by the oaths of the Said Comander, and JOHN LLOYD Mate of 
the Said Shipp, Giucn vndcr my hand this 24'^ day of March (1685) 

EDWYN STEDE 
A true Coppy attested this ") 
25 lh day of March 1686 j 

JNO WHETSTONE Depty Secr<y* 



* [There is "An Account of one Hundred and three Convict Rebells taken on board the 
Jamaica March' ClfAKi.s GAKDXEU Comander, at the Port of Waymouth in old England, viz', 
thirty (five p bill of loading, for'acco 1 of s'C'HRlsTorilKR Ml'sc.RAVE, and to bee delivered to 
Cap'" SYMON MUSUKAVI: in Jamaica, and sUty Eight for ncco' of Mess" JOHN PALMER, Jmix 
RICHARDSON, SAMUELI. YOUNG and W ROSK, delivered on the Island of Barbados to in 
CHARLS THOMAS and THOMAS SADLER, the I2' k March 1685." But all the names contained 
in this account have been mentioned in other Lists printed in this book.] 



[TICKETS GRANTED 

TO EMIGRANTS FROM BARBADOES, TO NEW 
ENGLAND, CAROLINA, VIRGINIA, NEW YORK, 
ANTIGUA, JAMAICA, NEWFOUNDLAND, AND 
OTHER PLACES. 

16781679.] 



44 




[B A R B A D O S.-T I C K E T S.] 



LIST of what TICQ TTS - have been granted out of the Secr'y- 
Office of the Island aforesaid for the departure off this Island of 
the several psones hereafter menconed begining in January 1678 
ending in December following. (Viz 1 .) 

Febmiary y" 26"' 1678: 

ALBERCHT HENNIGO in the Ship Judith, for London ROBERT KINGS- 
LAND Command 1 '- time out 



March y e ii" [ 1678 

ARMITAGE HENRY in the ship Society, for Boston, WILLIAM GUARD 
Comander. Security 



March y 20 tk 1678: 

ARIS JOHN in the ship Indeavour for London, JAMES GILBERT Coman- 
der time out 



April I the 26"': 1679 

ADAMSON GEORGE in the Ketch Vnity for Virginia JAMES RAINY, 
Comander time out 



A prill ye 26"' 1679: 

ADAMS THOMAS in the Ship Defeyance for London W* CREED Comander. 

time out 
442 



34 8 TICKETS GRANTED. 



Aprillthe 28"' 1679. 

ALBERT ANN in the ship Mary for Carolina Nicil LOCKWOOD 
Comander time out 



Aprilly 28"' 1679 

ANDERSON MAUGRET in the Ketch Unity for Virginia JAMES RAINY 
Comander. time out 

Aprilly 1 ' 29'* 1679 

ARMSTRONG ANN in the Ship Francis for Antcgoa PETER JEFFERYS 
Comander. time out 

May the first 1679 

ABRAHAM AGNUS in the Ketch Francis f Susan for Boston PHILLIP 
KNELL Comand 1 - time out 



May 2 li 1679 

ARTHUR KATIIERINE in the Ketch Prosperous for Virginia DAVID 
FOGG Comander time out 



May the 2 d 1679 

ADAMS GEORGE in the Ship Adventure for Lond W M JOHNSON 
Comand r> security 



May f 22 1679 

AUST HENRY in the Ship Industry for Bristoll JAMES PORTER Comand 1 

time out 



May the 27"' 1679 

ALLIN ELIAZER in the ship Prudence and Ma:y for Boston JACOB 
GREEN Comand r time out 

June the 14'* 1679 

ALLISON THOMAS in the ship Johns Adventure for Jamaica HOWARD 
WlNSLOW Comand r time out 



TICKETS GRANTED. 



349 



July the 8 M 1679 

ALDERSON THOMAS in the ship Friendship for London JOHN WILLIAMS 
Comander time out 

August the 1 8"' 1679 

AVERY MARY in the Ship Golden Fleece for London HENRY PASCALL 
Comand r time out 

October the 4 1679 

ATHERTON W M in the Ship Nathaniell for Boston W M CLARKE Comand 11 

time out 



November the 25": 1679 

ABUDIENT ABRAHAM in the Ketch Phoenix for Antcgoa ROBERT 
FLEXNY, Comand security 

November the 25. 1679 

ARE SARAH in the Sloop Katherine for Antegoa ANDREW GALL, 
Comand r security 

Novemb r 27"' 1679 

ALSOP KATHERINE in the Sloop KatJierine for Antegoa ANDREW 
GALL Comand r security 

Februray 13 1678* 

BOWDLER ANDREW in the ship James for New Yorke WILLIAM 
SWEETLAND Comander time out 



February the 17'* 1678 

BROWN RACHAELL, in the Barq, Adventure for Antegoa CHRISTOPHER 
BERROW Comander security 

February i8 M 1678 

BLAKE JOHN in the sloop Resolution for Montscratt JOHN INGLEBY 
Comander time ou* 



TICKETS GRANTED. 



March first 1678 

BARWELL JOHN in the Constant Warwick friggott for Lond Cap' RALI'H 
DELAVALL Comand 1 ' time out 



March the 5"' 1678 

BILKORD JAMES in the Pink Seaventure for Antegoa GEORGE BAT- 
TERSBY Comand' time out 



March the 12'* 1678 

BARTON JAMES in the Ketch W'" and Susan for New England RALPH 
PARKER Comand r time out 



March the 22 1678 

BANCKS JOSEPH in the Ketch W m Susan for New England RALPH 
PARKER Comander time out 



March the 27"' 1679 

BARNARD HUMPHRY Senior and Jun 1 ' in the Ketch Maty and Sarah for 
Carolina GEO: CONWAY Comand 1 ' time out 



Aprill the first 1679 

BATES RICHARD in the ship Expedition for London JOHN HARDING 
Comander time out 



Aprill the third 1679 

BROWNING ANN in the Ship Martin for Newfoundland CHRISTOPHER 
MARTIN Comander. time out 



Aprill 4"' 1679 

BAGNALL JOHN in the Sloop Rnttcr for Jamaica EDWARD DUKFEILD 
Comander time out 



Apr ill the f l 1679 

BlCKLE THOMAS in the Sloop May Flower, for Bermudcs KIAVARD 
HUBBERT Comand 1 ' security 



TICKETS GRANTED. 351 



Aprill the \\"' 1679 

BuRGOSS ABRAHAM in the Ketch W" f John for New England JOHN 
SANDERS Comander time out 



Aprill the i5 M 1679 

BRETT JOHN in the Ship Honor for London THOMAS WARREN 
Comander time out 



Aprill the if' 1679 

BARNES NICHOLAS in the Barq, Blessing for Prouidence FRANCIS WAT- 
LINGTON Comand 1 . time out 



Aprill the if 1679 

BUSHELL W M in the Ship P carle for Antegoa, RICH" WILLIAMS 
Comand r time out 



Aprill the 19"' 1679 

BALL JAMES in the ship Pelican, for London JOHN COCKF, Comander 

security 

Apr-ill the 22"' 1679 

BALRICK THOMAS in the Ship Hope for London JOSEPH BALL Co- 
mander. security 

Aprill f 29"' 1679 

BAGWELL FRANCIS in the Keatch Calicta for Topsham SAMUELL PAUL 
Comand 1 ' time out 



May f 5 M 1679 

BINCKS CHARLES Esq r in the Ship Expcrim" for London ALLAN COCK 
Comand 1 ' time out 



May the 5"' 1679 

BREARLY MARTIN in the Ship White Fox London JOHN LEE Comand 1 ' 

time out 



352 TICKETS GRANTED. 

May the Sixth 1679 

Box ANN in the Ketch Prosperous for Virginia DAUID FOGG, Co- 
mander time out 

May the 6'* 1679 

BURNE DENNIS A servant belonging to M r - HENRY APLEWHITE in 
the Ketch Prosperous for Virginia DAVID FOGG Comander 



May the f' 1679 

BROWN W M in the Ship Merchants Adventure for Leverpool JOHN 
GREIGS Comand r time out 



May y 8"' 1679 

BLACKLEECH JOHN Senior and Jun r for Boston in y e Ketch May Floiver 
ROBERT KITCHIN Comand r time out 



May the io' 7 ' 1679 

BISHOP ROBERT in the ship experiment for London ALLAN COCK 
Comand r - security 

May the 16"' 1679. 

BROME JOHN in the Ketch Prouidence for Boston MARKS HUNKING 
Comand r time out 



May the if* 1679. 

BOLTON AMBROSS in the ship New Concord, for Lond JAMES STRUTT 
Comand r time out 

May y e 29'* 1679 

BOND THOMAS in the Ketch Elinf- for Boston JOHN FLETCHER 
Comander time out 

May the 21" 1679 

BERROW CHRISTOPHER in the ship Society, of Bristoll EDMOND DITTY 
Comand r time out 



TICKETS GRANTED. 353 



June the 2 d 1679 

BOWHANE TEAG in the ship Society, for Bristoll EDMOND DITTY 
Comand r - time out 



June f 22 d 1679 

BREAD THOMAS, in the Ship Prouidence for Boston TIMOTHY PROUT 
Comand r time out 

July the first 1679 

BIRD HENRY in the Ship Amity for London BENJ A GROVE Comand r 

time out 

July the i* 1679- 

BRADLEY MICHAELL in the ship Amity for London BENJ A GROVE 
Comand r time out 



July y 4'* 1679 

BUTLER JOHN in the Ketch New London for ditto ADAM PICKETT 
Comander time out 



Jiily the f k 1679 

BOLTON SAMUELL in the Ship Bare for London W M DICKINS Comand r 

security 

July y I2 M 1679 

BROWNE HUGH in the ship Baclielor for London W* 1 KNOTT Comand r 

time out 

July the 21 1679 

BROGRAVE HENRY in the Ship Malligoe Merck" for London ROGER 
HOMER Comand 1 ' time out 



Aiigust the first 1679 

BODKIN MARTIN in the ship Young W'" for Virginia THO. CORNISH 
Comander time out 

45 



354 TICKETS GRANTED. 



August the third 1679 

BODKIN Nicil in the ship Young William for Virginia THO CORNISH 
Comander time out 

Aiigust the 9 M 1679 

BARKER JOHN Laborer in the ship friendship for London JOHN W MS 
Comander time out 

August the \\ th 1679 

BEVENISTER ELIAM* in the Ship friendship for London JOHN WIL- 
LIAMS Comander time out 



August, y i2 tA 1679 

BEARD JOHN in the ship friendship for Lond JOHN WILLIAMS 
Comand r time out 

Aiigust the 15"' 1679 

BODINGHAM JOHN in the Ship friendship for New EngH W M MURPHY 
Comander security 

A ugust y 1 9 M 1679 

BUTLER ELINOR A Seru" belonging to M r W M BULKLEY in the Ketch 
Neptune for Virginia Jo: KNOTT Coinand 



September y e 16: 1679 

BROWNE FRANCIS in the Barq, blessing for Burmudos FRANCIS WAT- 
LINGTON Comander time out 



September the 30" 1679 

BRANDBY ELIZ A a Servant belonging to DAVID WATKINS in the sloop 
Rutter for Jamaica ED: DUFFEILD, Comd 

* [There is a doubt as to this name ; it has been written over another which is only par- 
tially erased.] 



TICKETS GRANTED. 355 

October f 2 d 1679 

BLUNT GEORGE in the Ship Lixboa Merchn for New Yorke ROGER 

WHITFEILD Comander time out 



October the third 1679 

BARTON CHRISTOPHER in the Ship Barbados Merchant for Virginia 
JAMES COCK Co'mand r security 

October the 4'* 1679 

BELFOUR JAMES in the Sloop true friendship for Antegua CHARLES 
KALLAHANE Comand r - time out 



October y* 4'* 1679 

BISHOP THOMAS in the Ship Virgin for Leward Islands THOMAS 
ALUMBY Comander security 

October f 4."' 1679 

BANISTER RICH" in the sloop true Freindship for Antegoa CHARLES 
KALLAHANE Comander time out 



October f 6"' 1679 

BUTCHER JOHN in the Sloop true friendship for Antegua CHARLES 
KALLAHANE Comand r security 

October y 9'* 1679 

BENSON MARY in the Sloop Endeavor for Carolina THOMAS SHAW 
Comand r security 

October y 13" 1679 

BATTISON JULIAN in the Barq, Endeavor for Carolina THOMAS SHAW 
Comand r time out 



October the 20'* 1679 

BUTTLER WALTER in the Keatch John f Sarah for New Yorke JAMES 
SHOARE Comander security 

452 



356 TICKETS GRANTED, 

November y c f 1 ' 1679 

BABBINGTON THOMAS a Servant belonging to THO: GLADDIN in the 
Barq, Adventure for Jamaica EDWARD DUFFEILD Comand r 



November y 1 20"' 1679 

BENTLY MARTIN in the Ketch Mary Sarah for providence GEORGE 
CONWAY Comander security 

November 25"' 1679 

BREAD THOMAS in the Ketch Phoenix for Leward Islands ROBERT 
FLEXNY Comander security 

November y* 25 1679 

BREAD ARTHUR in the Ketch Phoenix for the Lew 1 - Islands ROBERT 
FLEXNY Comander security 



December the i8' 7 ' 1679 

BARROW, REBECCA in the ship Ann and jane for London RICH" RAD- 
FORD Comander time out 



December the i\ t!l 1679 

BROOK THOMAS in the ship Reconcry for Jamaica JAMES BROWN 
Comander time out 



December '2^"' 1679 

BULKLY W" in the ship Ann Jane for London RICHARD RATFORD 
Comander security 

December the 29"" 1679 

BARNEWELL ROBERT in the Ship Rccouery for Jamaica JAMES BROWN 
Comander time out 



December the 30"' 1679 

BURKE JEOFFERY in the Sloop trite friendship for Antegoa CHARLES 
KALLAHANE Comand r time out 



TICKETS GRANTED. 357 



January the 4"' 1678* 

CRILLICK JANE a Servant belonging to JOHN FOLLITT in the ship Old 
head of Kingsale ROBERT BARKER ComancT for Lew d - 



January the f h 1678 

CARTER ELINOR in the ship Joseph and Ann for Carolina SAMUELL 
EVANS Comander security 

January the 15'* 1678 

CHAPLIN JEREMIAH in the Ship Joseph f Ann for Carolina SAMUELL 
EVANS, Comand r security 

January the $\ st 1678 

CRAGG JOHN in the Ketch Freindship for New England JOSEPH 
HARDY Comand r time out 



February y 22* 1678 

CLAYPOOLE NORTON in the Ship Bachelors Delight for NYorke 
ROBERT GREENWAY Comander time out 



March the first 1678 

CLARKE ANN in the ship Samuell for London JOHN CLARKE 
Comander time out 

March the 5"' 1678 

CLAYPOOL JOHN in the Ship Patience for Lond THOMAS HUDSON, 
Comander time out 

March the 6' 7 ' 1678 

COOPER THOMAS in the Pinke Blessing for New Yorke JOHN TIIWING 
Comand r - time out 

March the IO M 1678 

GARY RICHARD in the Pink Seaventure for Antegua GEORGE BAT- 
TERSBY Comander security 

"* [1678-9.] 



358 TICKETS GRANTED. 



March the io' ; ' 1678 

CANTING DENNIS in the Ship Mary for Carolina NICH LOCKWOOD, 
Comand r time out 



March the \\ th 1678 

COLLYER AMBROSS in the Ship Society for Boston W M GUARD Comander 

time out 

March the 21 1678 

COLWELL SAMUELL in the Ketch W m f Susan for New England 
RALPH PARKER Comand r time out 



March the 2i st 1678 

CORNELIUS FRANCIS in the Barq> Joseph for Saltertudos STEPHEN 
CLAY Comander time out 

March / 24* 1678 

CLARKE PORCAS in the ship Supply for London JOSEPH FREEMAN 
Comand 1 time out 

Aprill the first 1679 

CHAMBERLAINE MARMADUKE in the Ship Endeavor hi London JAMES 
GILBERT Comander time out 



Aprill the first 1679 

CAMPANELL MORDICAY in the Ketch 'Swallmv for Newengland JOSEPH 
HARDY Comand r time out 

Aprill the first 1679 

CROSSING W M in the Ship Blessing for Boston SAM LL RlCKARD Comand r 

security 

Aprill the third 1679 

COOPER MARY in the Ship Mary for Carolina NICHOLAS LOCKWOOD 
Comand r the said COOPER a seru" of ROB T DANIELL. 



TICKETS GRANTED. 359 



Aprill the 22* 1679 

CAREW THOMAS in the Ship Bmj* of Topsham ROBERT LYDE 
Comander time out 



April y e 25'* 1679 

COLTHROUGH PETER in the Ship Samuell and Eliz" for London 
THOMAS ORCHARD Comander time out 



May the 3* 1679 

CURSTIS JOHN in the Ship Concord for London JAMES STRUTT, Com- 
ander time out 

May the IO M 1679 

CLARKE MARY in the Ship Experiment for Lond ALLAN COCK 
Comander security 

May the 22: 1679 

CoULBURNE JOHN in the Ship Conclusion for London W M SEEDING 
Comand r 



May the 28'* 1679 

CORNISH EDWARD A Serv" belonging to JOHN HARRIS in the ship 
W m John for Boston, SAM LL LEGG Comand r 



May the 31'' 1679 

CLOVAN THO.* in the Sloop true friendship for Neuis CHARLES KALLA- 
HANE Comand r security 

July the first 1679 

COLE THOMAS Jun r in the Ship Prevention for Surranam BARNARD 
BOOGHERT Comander time out 

* [Seethe entry of Oct. 2nd, where this man is re-entered as for Antegua.] 



360 TICKETS GRANTED. 



July the 2 d 1679 

COLLINS JOHN in the Ketch Neptune for Carolina JOSEPH KXOTT 
Comander time out 

July the 28"' 1679 

CAWFEILD RICH" in the Ship Young William for Virginia TllOMA 
CORNISH Comand 1 ' security 



August the 2 d 1679 

COTTINGHAM KATHERINE in the Ship Eliz"- for Jamaica SiLVANUS 
PAINE Comander time out 

August the <)"' 1679 

COLLINS JOHN in the Barq, Platacon for Carolina ASER SlIARPE 
Comander 

Aiigust the thirteenth 1679 

CALLAY THOMAS in the Keatch Neptune for Virginia JOSEPH KNOTT 
Comander time out 

August y 25 t/l 1679 

Cox FRANCIS in the ship John and James for New England GILES 
HAMLIN Comand r time out 

September i d 1679 

COLE JAMES in the Sloop John and Francis for Antequa JOHN HOW- 
ARD Comander security 

September the 18"' 1679 

COLLIS ALEXANDER in the Ship Hope for New England JOHN PRICE 
Comander time out 

September y 20"' 1679 

CHESTER SAMPSON in the Ship Malligo Mercliant ROGER HOMER 
Comander for Lond time out 



TICKETS GRANTED. 361 



September 22* 1679 

CHAPLIN THOMAS in the Ship Malligo Merck' 1 for London ROGER 
HOMER Coinander time out 



October the 2 rf 1679 

CLOVAN* THOMAS in the Sloop true friendship for Antegua CHARLES 
KALLAHANE Comander time out 



October the 6"' 1679 

CHARLES EUAN in the Sloop true frimdsliip for Antegua CHARLES 
KALLAHANE Comander time out 



November the 3 rf 1679 

COTINHO MOSES HENRIQUES in the Barq ; Adventure for Jamaica 
EDWARD DUFFEILD Comander time out 



November y 6"' 1679 

COURTNEY W M in the Sloop Hopnvcll for Antegua W M MURPHY 
Oomander time out 



November the: zf !l 1679 

CORBETT WILLIAM in the Sloop Kathcrine for Antegua ANDREW 
GALL Comander time out 



December the is' 7 ' 1679 

CRISP ROGER in the Ship Ann and Jane for Lond RlCH D RADFORD, 
Comand r time out 



February \^ h 1678 

DANG MARGARETT in the Sloop Resolution for Nevis JOHN INGLEBY 
Comander time out 

* [In the entry of May 3ist he is bound for Nevis.] 

4 6 



362 TICKETS GRANTED. 



February 21*' 1678 

DENTON JOHN in the Ship Endeavour for Virginia ABRAHAM NEWMAN 
Comander time out 



March the first 1678 

DOLDRON GRACE in the Ship Samnell for London JOHN CLARKE 
Comander time out 



March the IO M 1678 

DOLEBERRY ANDREW in ,the Ship Society for Boston W M GUARD 
Comander time out 



March the 20"' 1678 

DEVENISH JOHN in the Ship Endeavor for London JAMES GILBERT 
Comander time out 



Aprill the first 1679 

DICKINSON FRANCIS in the ship Blessing for Boston SAMUELL RICK- 
ARD Comander security 

Aprill the fourth 1679 

DANIELL ROBERT in the Ship Mary for Carolina NICHOLAS LOCK- 
WOOD Comander time out 



Aprill the f* 1679 

DUKES W M in the Barq, Adventure for Carolina DANIELL RIDLEY 
Comand r time out 

Aprill the 9'* 1679 

DANIELL JOHN in the Barq, Johns Adventure for Ant egua JOHN WELCH 
Comand r time out 

Aprill 22: 1679 

DAVIES ELIZ A - A serv" belonging to MILLIARD HOLDIP in the ship 
Lend" Mei-ch" for Lond EDW: DESWORTH, Comd 



TICKETS GRANTED. 363 

Abrill the 22 d 1679 

DRAX HENRY Esq r in the Ship Honor for Loud THOMAS WARREN 
Comander time out 

Aprill the 22 1679 
DENSY JANE in the Ship Hope for London JOSEPH BALL Comander 

security 

Aprill the 25"' 1679 

DRAYTON THOMAS jun r in the ship Mary for Carolina NICHOLAS 
LOCKWOOD Comand r time out 



Aprill the 28^1679 

DAVIES JANE A Servant to RICH U TOWNSEND in y e Ship Nat/iaiiiell 
for Boston W M CLARKE Comand 1 



May the 2 d 1679 

DAVIES SAMUELL in the Ketch Prosperous for Virginia DAVID FOGG 
Comander time out 

May the 13: 1679 

DAVIES JOHN jun v in the Ship Roe Buck for London W M SIIAFTO 
Comand r security 

May 13" 1679 

DOWELL DENNIS in the Ship Industry for Bristoll JAMES PORTER 
Comander time out 

May the 14"' 1679 

DANGERFEILD WALCUP in the ship Bachelor for Bristoll ROGER BAGG 
Comander time out 

May the 23'' 1679 

DUNNOHOE TEAG in the ship Margaret for Bew Morris* ALEXANDER 
WOOD Comand 1 ' time out 

* [i.e., Beaumaris.] 

46 2 



364 TICKETS GRANTED. 



May the 24 1679 

DUBOYES JOHN in the Ship Supply for Boston JOHN MELLOWES 
Comander time out 



June the II M 1679 

DUNNOHOE CORNELIUS and JEFFORY in the ship Margrett for Bew 
Morris ALEXANDER WOOD Comand 1 ' time out 



June the u"' 1679 

DAVIES, JOHN in the ship Coast Friggott for Lond- PHILLIP VARLOE 
Comander time out 

June the II M 1679 

DAVIES JOHN of Christ Church in the Ketch Joseph for New Yorke 
ABRAHAM KNOTT Comander security 



July the 21 1679 

DAVIES PETER in the Pinke Neptune for -Carolina JOSEPH KNOTT 
Comander time out 

July the 29"' 1679 

DRAN MAREN A servant belonging to JACOB LEROUX in the Ketch 
Dove for Antegoa JOHN GRAFT ON Comand r 



August the first 1679 

DUNDAS W M in the ship Young William for Virginia THO: CORNISH 
Comander time out 

August the 2 d 1679 

DAWSON TREMMIT in the ship Eli? for Jamaica SILVANUS PAYNE 
Comander time out 

August the 2 d 1679 

DAVIES KATIIERINE a servant belonging to JOHN AUSTIN in the ship 
Young William for Virginia THOMAS CORNISH 



TICKETS GRANTED. 365 



Septemb" the 27"' 1679 

DANIELL WJLBERT in the Ship Supply for Virginia JOHN ADY Coman- 
der time out 



November f 15"' 1679 

DEWER STEPHEN in the Barq, Resolution for Antegoa Tno GILBERT 
Comander time out 



Decemb' the 15" 1679 

DEXTER W M in the Ship Ann and Jane for Lond" RICHARD RATFORD 
Comander time out 



December the 22* 1679 

DOUSE BRIDGETT in the ShipAfi/t jane for Lond RICHARD RATT- 
FORD Comander time out 



December the 22: 1679 

DOWNING JOHN in the Ship Laivrell for Nevis ROBERT Ox Comander 

time out 

December the 24^' 1679 
DAVY ROBERT in the Ship Ann and Jane for London RlCH D RATFORD 

Comander time out 



December y 24."' 1679 

DE WEVER LEVVIN in the ship Blossom for Surranam RICH" MARTIN 
Comander security 



March the 13'* 1678 

ENDERBEE OLIUER in the Ship Ann and Mary for Antegua JOHN 
JOHNSON Comander security 

March the 2O M 1678 

ELSON W M in the Ketch Begining for New Yorke W" PLAY Comander 

time out 



3 66 TICKETS GRANTED. 



Aprill the 25 1679 

EVANS LEWIS in the Ketch Unity for Virginia JAMES RAINY Comandcr 

^ time out 

Aprill the 26"' 1679 
EARLE JOHN in the ship Dcfyancc for Lond- W" CREED Comand 1 ' 

security 

Aprill the 26"' 1679 

ELLISTON GEORGE in the ship NatJianidl for Boston W M CLARKE 
Comander time out 

Aprill the 28'* 1679 

EDWARDS JOHN in the ship Society for Bristoll EDMOND DITTY 
Comander time out 



May the 24 1679 

ELLICOTT VINES in the ship Supply for Boston JOHN MELLO\VES 
Comander security 

June the 20"' 1679 

EUA.NS W M in the ship W'" and Robert for London GILES BOND 
Comander time out 



July y 21: 1679 

EVANS EDWARD in the Pink Neptune for Carolina JOSEPH KNOTT 
Comander time out 

July the 26"' 1679 
EASTCHURCH WILLIAM in the Ship Joseph for Lond. 



July the 31 1679 

EMERY JOHN a Servant belonging to Liev'' Coll - HALLETT in the 
Ship Young William for Virginia THO CORNISH Comand r 



TICKETS GRANTED. 367 

September the I2 t/l 1679 

ELLINSWORTH W M in the Pink Portsmouth for Road Island JOSEPH 
BRIAR Comand 1 ' time out 



October the 2 d 1679 

ELLIOTT HENRY in the Sloop true friendship for Antegoa CHARLES 
CALLAHANE Comand r time out 



Feb r * theft 1 ' 1678 

FANNING ANDREW a servant belonging to DANIELL STANTON in the 
Ship Diligence for New England JER: JACKSON 



Febrriary the 13'* 1678 

FORBUSH JAMES in the Ship two Brothers for Jamaica RICE JEFFERYES 
Comander time out 



March the 4"' 1678 

FITZRANDOLPH PHILLIP in the ship Vnity for Saltertudos ABRAHAM 
WISE Comand r security 



March the 19"' 1678 

FYERS JONE in the ship Katherine for Bristoll ROBERT DAPWELL 
Comander time out 

March the 24'* 1678 

FITZ JAMES EDWARD in the Ship Merch" Bonadventure for London 
W M BULKLEY Comander time out 



March the 26"' 1679 

FRANKLIN THOMAS in the Ship Supply for Loud JOSEPH FREEMAN 
Comander time out 



368 TICKETS GRANTED. 



March the 29"' 1679 

Fox STEPHEN in the ship Mary for Carolina NiCH LOCKWOOD 
Comander time out 



March the 29'* 1679 

Fox PIIILLIS in the ship Mary for Carolina NiCH LOCKAVOOD 
Comander time out 



March the 31: 1679 

FRANSUM JOSEPH in the Barr^ Blessing for Prouidence FRANCIS WAT- 
LINGTON Comander time out 



April the 29"' 1679 

FITZ NICHOLS MARY a Serv u - belonging to RICH D MICHELL sen r - in 
the ship Nathaniell for Boston W M CLARKE Comander 



May the Sixth 1679 

FEAGHERY THOMAS in the Ship John Tito: for Prouidence THO. 
JENOUR Comander time out 



May the%' h 1679 

FINN TEAGE in the Ship Industry for Bristoll JAMES PORTER Coman- 
der time out 



May the i4 /7 ' 1679 

FOSTER HESTER in the ship Ann and Elis?'- for Leverpoole HUGH 
REYNOLDS Comander time out 



May the 21 1679 

FlTZ JARRELL JOHN in the ship Swalloiv for Leverpoole THO WITH- 
INGTON Comander time out 



TICKETS GRANTED. 369 



May the 23 1679 

FONTLEROY JAMES in the ship Prudence and Mary for Boston JACOB 
GREEN Comander time out 



May the 26"' 1679 

FARRER JAMES in the ship Conclusion for Lond- W M BEEDING Coman- 
der time out 



May the 28"' 1679 

FRENCH SAMUELL in the Ketch Joseph and Mary for New Yorke 
ABRAHAM KNOTT Comand r time out 



May the thirtieth 1679. 

FOWLER JOSHUA in the ship John and Mary for London JOHN UREE 
Comand r ' security 

y ime the fourth 1679 

FLEMG [? FLEMING] EDMOND in the ship Society for Bristoll EDMOND 
DITTY Comand r time out 



Jime the \\ th 1679 

FELL LIBIA in the Ketch John and Sarah for New Yorke PETER 
CAROW Comander time out 



July the 21 : 1679 

FRITH SAMUELL in the Pinke Rebecca for Virginia THOMAS WILLIAMS 
Comander time out 



Jnly the 26"' 1679 

FORD FRANCIS in the ship Mallego Merc/t"-for London ROGER HOMER 
Comand r time out 

47 



37 o TICKETS GRAFTED. 



October the first 1679 

FEAR FRANCIS in the ship Barbados Merchant for Virginia JAMES COCK 
Comander time out 



y 29"' 1679 

FARRELL HUGH in the Barq., Dove for Nevis ANTHONY JEXOUR 
Comander time out 



November the 26'* 1679 

FARRELL ROGER in the Sloop Katherlnc for Antegua ANDREW GALL 
Comander security 

December the 22 1679 

FAVELL CHRISTOPHER in the ship Ann and Jane for London Rici-P 
RATTFORD Comand r time out 

December 24."' 1679 

FARROR EDMOND in the ship Ann Jane for London RICH D RATT- 
FORD Comand 1 ' time out 



March the io' ; ' 1678 

GRIGG ROBERT ALCE GRIGG in the ship Mary for Carolina] NICHO- 
LAS LOCKWOOD Comander time out 



March the \\"' 1678 

GARDNER GEORGE in the Ship Samaritan for Leverpo[ol] VALENTINE 
TRIM Comand r time out 



March the 18'* 1678 

GRESTNINH JACOBUS in the Pink Desire for Pool THO WADIJAM 
Comander security 



TICKETS GRANTED. 371 



March the 20"' 1678 

GOLDING PERSIVALL ia the ship White Fox for London JOHN LEE 
Comandcr time out 



March the 22 rf 1678 

GERISII BENJAMIN in the Ketch Mary for Boston JOHN GARDNER 
Comander time out 



Aprill the f l 1679 

GODFRY MARY in the Ship Mary for Carolina Nicil LoCKWOOD 
Comand 1 time out 



Aprill the 12" 1679 

GOODING JOSEPH in the Barq, Boiieta RICH D RlPLY Comand r for 
Jamaica time out 



Aprill the 2^" 1 1679 

GlTTES HENRY in the Ship Mary for Carolina NICHOLAS LOCKWOOD 
Comander time out 



May the 6"' 1679 

GOLDING FERCIVALL in the Ship Concord for London JAMES STRUTT 
Comand r 



May the 6' 7 ' 1679 

GIBBS RlCH in the ship Bachelor for Bristoll ROGER BAGG Comand r 

time out 

May the 14"' 1679 

GIBBS EDWARD in the ship Roe Buck for Lond W M SHAFTO Comander 

time out 
472 



372 TICKETS GRANTED. 



May the 23 1679 

GOGIN WILLIAM in the ship Bacliclor for Bristoll ROGER BAGG Coman- 
der time out 



July the 22 d 1679 

GRAY ROBERT in the Keatch Endeavor for New England LAWRENCE 
CUTT Comandcr time out 



August the g"' 1679 

GORDEN GEORGE in the ship Plant:icoii for Carolina AsER SHARPE 
Comander time out 



August the 1 6"' 1679 

GORTON JOHN A servant belonging to JOHN BROWNE in the Ketch 
Neptune for Virginia JOSEPH KNOTT Comand r 



August the I9 M 1679 

GODFFREE GILBERT a seru belonging to M r W M BULKLY in the 
Ketch Neptune for Virginia JOSEPH KNOTT Coiliand 



September y i d 1679 

GRIFFIN DENNIS in the sloop John and Francis for Antegua JOHN 
HOWARD Comand r 



October the first 1679 

GoTHER HENRY in the Sloop Rutter for Jamaica EDWARD DUFFEILD 
Comander time out 



October the 2* 1679 

GORTON RICH" in the Sloop Rutter for Jamaica EDWARD DUFFEILD 
Comander time out 



TICKETS GRANTED. 373 



October the f* 1679 

GREENSLATT THOMAS in the Sloop true friendship for Antegua 
CHARLES KALLAHANE Comand r security 



Novemtf the 25'* 1679 

GIDION ROWLAND in the Ketch Phvnix for Antegua ROBERT 
FLEXNY Comand r security 



February n' /l 1678 

HAYEM ABRAHAM in the ship James for New Yorke W M SWEETLAND 
Comander time out 



March the 3^ 1678 

HATTON ROBERT in th2 Sloop Hunter for Surranam WALTE[R] Assu- 
EROS Comander time out 



March, the f 1678 

HOLLARD THOMAS in the Constant Warwick Frigott for London Cap' 
RALPH DELAVALL Comand r security 



March the 11"' 1678 

HOLLOWAY RICH 3 in the ship Samaritan for Leverpool VALENTINE 
TRIM Comander time out 

March the 12'* 1678 

HERRICK ISAAC in the Ketch W m Susan, for New Engla[nd] 
RALPH PARKER Comander time out 



March the 2o' A 1678 

HARVEY, GRIFFITH, in the ship Merck" Bonadvmturc, fo[r] London 
W M BULKLY Comander time out 



374 TICKETS GRANTED. 



March the 21 1678 

HAMILTON ADAM in the Ketch W m Susan for New England RALPH 
PARKER Comand r time out 



March the 24'* 1678 

HEYWOOD JOHN in the Pinke Submission for London CHRISTOPHER 
NEWHAM Comandcr time out 



March the 24"' 1678 

HlGLEY JOHN in the Ketch Mary for Boston JOHN GARDNER Coman- 
der time out 



March the 28"' 1678 \? should be 1679]. 

HASELL WILLIAM in the Ship Olline Tree for Bristoll THOMAS SHEL- 
LAM Comander time out 



Aprill tJie first 1679 

HAWTON GERARD in the ship Expedition for London JOHN HARDING 
Comander time out 



Aprill the first 1679 

HAVILAND MILES in the Ketch Swallmu for Rhoad Island JOSEPH 
HARDY Comander time out 



Aprill the 2 rf 1679 

HENDLY DANIELL and ELIZ A in the ship Olive Tree for Bristoll THOMAS 
SHELLAM Comandr time out 



Aprill the$' 1 1679 

HETHERINGTON KATHERINE in the Pink Greyhound for London 
JOSEPH WASEY Comander time out 



TICKETS GRANTED. - 7S 



A prill the IO M 1679 

HOWELL SARAH in the Barq, Prouidancc for Burmudos FRANCIS WAT- 
LINGTON Comander time out 



Apr ill the 10" 1679 

HtJRLES, ELIZ^ in the ship Martin for Newfoundland CHRISTOPHER 
MARTIN Comand' tlme out 

Aprill the 19"' 1679 
HIGGISON HENRY in the ship frcinds Advcntnrc for Lond JOHN 

BLADES Comander 

time out 

Aprill the 19"' 1679 
HOLLIDAY MARY in the ship Recovery for New Yorke THOMAS CHIN- 

NERY Comander 

time out 



Aprill the 22'' 1679 
HOLDIP MILLIARD in the Ship LO# Merck" for London EDWARD 

DESWORTH Comander 

secunty 

/ 

Aprill the 22 1679 

HOLT ROWLAND in the Ship Honor for London THOMAS WARREN 
Lomander 

time out 

Aprill the 30"' 1679 

HACKER FERDINANDO in the ship Fmrcffax for London Nicm FAIRE- 
FAX Comander 

time out 

May the z' 1 1679 
HEALY W in the ship Society for Bristoll EDM DITTY Comander 

time out 



376 TICKETS GRANTED. 



May ike third 1679 

HURST W M in the Ship Adventure for Lond W M JOHNSON Comand r 

time out 

May the third 1679 

HOLSEY RICHARD in the Sloop Batchdor for Leward PETER SWAINE 
Comand r time out 



May the 2$"' 1679 

HACKETT ROBERT in the ship Society for Bristoll EDMOND DITTY 
ComancU time out 



May the 23^ 1679 

HALEY DENNIS in the ship Society for Bristoll EDMOND DITTY 
Comander time out 



May the 31 1679 

HELMES JOHN in the Ketch Nick" Rebecca for New Yorke NICHOLAS 
BLAKE Comand r time out 



June the 2 rf 1679 

HOOK W M in the Barcj, Hopavdl for Boston NICHOLAS MORRELL 
Comander security 

June the 13 1679 

HUNT DENNIS in the ship Coast Fnggott for London PHILLIP VAR- 
LOE Comander time out 



June the 14 1679 

How ELIZ A - in the Ship Johns Adventure for Jamaica EDWARD WIN- 
SLOW Comander time out 



TICKETS GRANTED. 377 



June the 17"' 1679 

HOOPER DANIELL in the Ketch Joseph for New Yorke ABRAHAM 
KNOTT, Comand 1 ' time out 



June the 21 1679 

HARRIS EDWARD in the Ship Experiment for Lond, HENRY SUTTON 
Comandr time out 



Jime the 21 1679 
HILL JOHN in the ship Charles for Lond THOMAS NASH Comander 

security 



June the 21 1679 

HOUGH W M in the Ship W>" f? Robert for London GILES BOND 
Comander time out 



yune the 28 1679 

HUNT JOHN in the ship Providence for Boston TIMOTHY PROUT 
Comander time out 



Jnly the third 1679 

HoRNE GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS in the ship W'{ Ann for London 
PHILLIP HANGER Comander time out 



y^lly t/te IO M 1679 

HUGHS ANDREW in the ship Amity for Lond BENJ A GROVE 
Comand'- time out 



July the 31 1679 

HALL GILES ju v in the Ketch John f Mary for Boston JOHN PARRECK 
Comandr security 

48 



378 TICKETS GRANTED. 



Atigust the 14 1679 

HERBERT HENRY in the Ship John C Henry for Bristo[l] THOMAS 
CADES Comander time out 



August the 2Q lh 1679 

HOBBS ELIZ A in the ship Robert for Lond RICHARD COCK Comander 

time out 



September the if' 1679 

HARKER JOHN in the ship Hope for New Engl d JOHN PRICE Comander 

time out 

September the i8 // 1679 

HOLDSWORTH ARTHER in the Ship T/tomas f Sarah for Lonfdon] 
JAMES DAY Comander time out 



October tJie 7"' 1679 

HOTEN MARGERY in the Sloop Affrka for Leward Islands ANTHONY 
BURGESS Comander security 



October the f A 1679 

HILK JOHN in the Sloop true friendship for Antegua CHARLES KAL- 
LAHANE Comander security 



October the f' 1679 

HANCOCK ALEXANDER in the Sloop true freittdship for Antequa 
CHARLES KALLAHANE Comander security 



October the 20'* 1679 

HASELL PETER in the Ship Happy rettirne for London ISAAC RAGG 
Comand r time out 



TICKETS GRANTED. 379 



October the 29'* 1679 

HALE BARNABIE and THO How Serus belonging to Coll" CHRISTO- 
PHER CODRINGTON in the Barcfc Done for Nevis ANTHONY JENOUX 
Comander 



October the 29"' 1679 

HOLT JOSEPH in the Sloop Hopewell for Antegoa JOHN AYRES 
Comand r time out 

November y 6 IA 1679 

HUNT LUKE in the Barq, Adventure for Jamaica EDWARD DUFFEILD 
Comander time out 



November the 2f k 1679 

HANNAH, ANDREW a Serv" belonging to W M STICKLAND in the Sloop 
Katturine for Antegua ANDREW GALL Comander 



December the 24'* 1679 

HOLEMAN ROGER in the Sloop true freindship for Antegua CHARLES 
KALLAHANE Comand r time out 



March the n th 1678 
JARMIN SYMON in the Ship Society for Boston W M GUARD Comander 

time out 

March the 14"' 1678 

JACCSON W M in the ship Ann and Mary for Antegoa JOHN JOHNSON 
Comander time out 

March the 2O M 1678 

JACCSON GEORGE in the Ship Merch" Bonadventttre for London W" 
BULKLEY Comand r time out 

482 



3 So TICKETS GRANTED. 



March the 29"' 1679 

JlPSON SARAH in the ship Mary for Carolina NlCH LOCKWOOD 
Comand r time out 



A frill the <f 1679 

JACOB JOHN in the Ketch Providence for New England MARKE HUNK- 
ING Comander time out 



Apr ill the 19"' 1679 

JOHNSON NATHANIELL in the friends Adventure for Antegua, JOHN 
LONG Comander time out 



May the 9'* [Pig] 1679 

JONES JOHN jun r in the ship Aim and Eliz* for Leverpool HUGH REY- 
NOLDS Comander time out 



May t/ie 20"' 1679 

JONES ROBERT in the Ship Rose and Croivn for London THOMAS 
CROFTS Comander security 



May the 22* 1679 

JORDAN W M , in the Ship Prudence and Mary for Boston JACOB GREEN 
Comander 



May the 22 d 1679 

JOHNSON JOHN in the Ketch Joseph for New Yorke ABRAHAM KNOTT 
Comander time out 



May the 22 d . 1679 

JONES RICH" in the Ship Battchelor for Bristoll ROGER BAGG Comander 

time out 






TICKETS GRANTED. 381 

May the 23* 1679 

JAMES WILLIAM in the Ship Society for Bristoll EDMOND DITTY 

Comander time out 



June the n"' 1679 

JELSON JOELL in the Ship Bachelor for Bri.stoll ROGER BAGG Comander 

time out 



June the 11"' 1679 

IRISH GEORGE in the ship Bachelor for Bristoll ROGER BAGG Comander 

time out 

June the if 1 1679 

JENKINS OWEN in the Ketch Jo/ins Adventure for Jamaica EDWARD 
WlNSLOE Comand 1 ' time out 



June the i8 M 1679 

JONES SAMUELL in the Ketch Johns Adventure for Jamaica EDWARD 
WlNSLOE Comand r security 



the 27'* 1679 

INGLEBY NICHOLAS in the ship Prouidence for Boston TIMOTHY PROUT 
Comand r security 



August the i3 M 1679 

JACCSON JAMES in the Barq, Hopewell for Virginia THO CURLE 
Comander time out 



August the 14'* 1679 

JONES ELIZ A - in the Barq, Plantacon for Carolina ASER SHARPE 
Comander security 



3 8 2 TICKETS GRANTED. 

September the fourth 1679 

JAMES RICH" A serv" belonging to Coll SAM- L NEWTON in the ship 
Joseph for New Yorke STEPHEN CLAY Comand r 



September the if' 1679 

JOHNSON NATHANIELL in the Sloop true freindship for Antegua 
CHARLES KALLAHANE Comander time out 



September the 13 1679 

JORDAN JAMES in the ship Mallego Merch" for London ROGER HOMER 
Comander time out 

September the 19"' 1679 

JENKINS JANE in the Ship Lixboa Merch" for New Yor[k] ROGER 
WHlTFEILD Comander security 



September the 26"' 1679 

JENNINGS MICHAELL in the Sloop Rntter for Jamaica EDWARD DUF- 
FEILD Comand r time out 



October the 7"' 1679 

JENNINGS WILLIAM, in the Sloop True friendship for Antegufa] 
CHARLES KALLAHANE Comand'- security 



October the 29'* 1679 

JOHN MORGAN in the Barq, Dove for Neuis ANTHONY JENNOR, 
Comander. time out. 

Nouember the 7 1679 

JONES WILLIAM in the Sloop Hopnvell for Antegua W M MURPHY 
Comandr time out 



TICKETS GRANTED. 



383 



Nouember the f' 1679 

JONES HECTOR in the Sloop Hopewell for Antegua W" MURPHY 
Comander 



time out 



Aprill the 24'* 1679 

KING WILLIAM in the ship friends Adventure for Lond EDWARD 
BLADES Comander security 



May the z d 1679 

KENNEDY JOHN and ELLINOR his wife in the Ship Society for Bristoll 
EDMOND DITTY Comander timeout 



May the 28'* 1679 

KYTE JOHN in the Ship Prudence and Mary for Boston JACOB GREEN 
Comand'" 



time out 



August the 2 d 1679 

KEITH HENRY in the Ship Young William for Virginia THO: CORNISH 
Comand r 



time out 



November tJte 29"' 1679 

KEW NICHOLAS in the Bar<t Resolution for Antegua THO GILBERT 
Comander security 



Fefr* if 7 ' 1678 

LYNCH NICHOLAS and ALICE his Wife in the Barq, Adventure for 
Antegua CHRISTOPHER BERROW Comand r time out 



March the i8' ; ' 1679 [1671] 

LOCK ANN in the Ketch, W>" f Susan for New England RALPH 
PARKER Comand' time out 



384 TICKETS GRANTED. 



March the 20'* 1679 [1674] 

LYTTCOT LEONARD in the Ship Supply for Lond JOSEPH FREEMAN 
Comander security 



April I the first 1679 

LEE HENRY in the Ketch Unity for Virginia JAMES RAINY Comander 

time out 



Aprill the third 1679 

LEE HENRY in the Ship Martin for Newfoundland CHRISTOPHER 
MARTIN Comand 1 ' time out 



Aprill the 16"' 1679 

LANGLEY W M in the Ship Brothers Adventure for New Yorke JOHN 
SELLOCK Comand r time out 



Aprill the 21" 1679 
LOPES ABRAHAM in the ship Hope for Lond JOSEPH BALL Comand r 

time out 



Aprill the 22'' 1679 

LQWTHER CHRISTOPHER a servant belonging to Coll HENRY DRAX 
in the Ship Honor for Lond THO WARREN Comand 1 ' 



May the 12"' 1679 

LANGTON THOMAS in the Ketch Prosperous for Virginia DAUID FOGG 
Comand r time out 



May the 28' 7 ' 1679 

LYDIATT TIMOTHY in the Ship W" John for Boston SAMUELL LEGG 
Comander time out 



TICKETS GRANTED. 385 



June the if' 1 1679 

LONGSON WILLIAM in the Ketch John'sAducnturc for Jamaica EDWARD 
WlNSLOW Comand 1 security 



July the if' 1679 
ke Rebecca for Virgi 
mander time out 



LEE RICH" in the Pinke Rebecca for Virginia THOMAS W MS Co- 



July the 29"' 1679 

LEROUX JACOB in the Ketch Dove for Antegua JOHN GRAFTON 
Comand'' security 



Augiist the &"' 1679 

LEWGAR JOHN in the ship freindship for London JOHN WILLIAMS 
Comand 1 time out 



August the 13"' 1679 

LADSON JOHN in the Barr^ Plantaion for Carolina AbER SllARPE 
Comander time out 



August the 28"' 1679 
LLOYD JOHN in the ship Barbados Merck" for Leward Islands 

time out 



September the 2 li 1679 

LANGFORD HARRY in the Ship Joseph for New Yorke STEPHEN CLAY 
Comander time out 



September the 15''' 1679 

LYNN ROBERT in the Ship Mallego Merck" for Lond ROGER HOMER 
Comand' time out 

49 



3 86 TICKETS GRANTED. 



September the 16"' 1679 

LYNCH RICHARD in the Sloop true friendship for Nevis CHARLES 
KALLAHANE Comand 1 ' time out 



October the 25"' 1679 

LEE HENRY in the Ship Happy returns for Lond ISAAC RAND 
Comand 1 security 

Nouember the 24"' 1679 

LlLBURNE RlCH u in the Ketch Mary Sarah for Prouidence GEORGE 
CONOWAY Comancl 1 ' security 



November the 2<)" L 1679 

LYNCH MORGAN in the Barq^ resolution for Antegua THOMAS GIL- 
BERT Comand 1 ' the said LYNCH being a Seru" belonging to JOHN 
CODRINOTON Esq r . 

December the 22: 1679 

LYNE CHRISTOPHER Esq r in the Ship Recovery for Jamaica JAMES 
BROWNE Comand r 



December the 31. 1679 

LOPEZ TELLES ABRAHAM in the ship Recovery for Jamaica JAMES 
BROWN Comand 1 time out 



January the 4"' 1678 

MAYNARD JAMES A Seru" belonging to MATHEW W MS - in the ship 
Old head of Kingsale for Lew (1 ROBERT BARKER Comand 



January the 28"' 1678 

MARSHALL JARVIS in the Ship James for New Yorke JAMES SWEET- 
LAND Comander time out 



TICKETS GRANTED. 37 



FetP li"' 1678 

MASTUS JOSEPH and MARTHA MASTUS in the Ship Patience for 
London THOMAS HUDSON Comand r time out 



March the IO M 1679 [1678] 
MORRIS W M in the Ship Society for Boston W M GUARD Comand" 1 

time out 



March the 14'* 1678 

MELONY TIMOTHY in the Ship Ann and Mary for Antegua JOHN 
JOHNSON Comand r security 



March the 18'* 1678 

MORRIS ISAAC in the Ketch Begining for New Yorke W M PLAY 
Comand r time out 



March the 19"' 1678 

MADDOX JONE in the Ketch Begining for New Yorke W" PLAY 
Comand r time out 



Aprill the f 1 1679 

MATTSON BENJ A in the Ship John and Mary for Lond EDWARD 
CALCOTT Comand r time out 



Aprill the V h 1679 

MANNEN ANDREW in the Ship Mary for Carolina NICHOLAS LOCK- 
WOOD Comand 1 ' time out 



Aprill the IO M 1679 

MAUL THOMAS in the Ketch W" f? John for New England JOHN 
SAUNDERS Comand 1 ' time out 

492 



388 TICKETS GRANTED. 



Apr ill the 17"' 1679 

MAJOR W M in the Barq, Blessing for Prouidence FRANCIS WATLIXGTOX 
Comander time out 



April I the 28"' 1679 

MAHONY DANIELL in the ship/mw^r Adventure for Antegua JOHN 
LONG Comand 1 time out 



Aprillthe 25"' 1679 

MICIIELL RICH" in the Ship Nathan" for Boston \V ' CLARKE 
Comander security 



A prill the 25 1679 

MICHELL JOHN in the Ship Nathan 11 for Boston W 1 ' CLARKE 
Comander time out 



May the 8'* 1679 

MORGAN JOHN in the Ship Society for Bristoll EDMOND DlTTY Co- 
mander time out 



May the 8' A 1679 

MACCMASH CHARLES in the Ship Roc Buck for Lond W M SHAFTO 
Comander security 



May the 13"' 1679 

MURPHY DANIELL in the Ship Industry for Bristoll JAMES PORTER 
Comander time out 



May the 14"' 1679 

MORGAN THOMAS in the Ship Bachelor for Bristoll ROGER BAGG 
Comand r time out 



TICKETS GRANTED. 389 



May the 14"' 1679 

MAGWAINE OWEN in the ship Industry for Bristoll JAMES PORTER 
Comand r time out 



May the if' 1679 

MATHER GEORGE in the Ship Hannah and Eliff 1 for Lond RICH" Fix 
Comand r security 



May the 19"' 1679 

MASON SYLAM in the Ship W m John for Boston SAMUELL LEGG 
Comander time out 



May the 23* 1679 

MARROW CORNELIUS KATHERINE in the Ship Society for Bristoll 
EDMOND DITTY Comander time out 



May the 24"' 1679 

MOSELY RICHARD in the Ship W m John for Boston SAMUELL 
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 
Comandr time out 



May the 28"' 1679 

MORRELL NICHOLAS in the Ship Prudence and Mary for Boston JACOB 
GREEN Comander time out 



390 TICKETS GRANTED. 



May the 30"' 1679 

MACCLAHEN OWEN in the Ship Society for Bristoll EDMOND DITTY 
Comander time out 



June the i8 M 1679 

MATTSON MATHEW in the Ship Concord for Lond W M FOSTER 
Comander time out 



June the 14'* 1679 

MARCH THOMAS, MARY SARAH in the Ship Society for Bristoll 
EDMOND DITTY Comand r time out 



July the f 1679 

MACCENREE JOHN in the Pink Reoecca for Virginia THOMAS W MS 
Comand r time out 



July the i6' A 1679 

MATTHEWS GEORGE in the Pink Elis* for Boston JOHN BONNER 
Comander time out 



July the 2i st 1679 

MANSELL ROBERT in the Ship Rich* and Mary for New England 
SAMUELL FITCH Comand r security 



August the 12'* 1679 

MAHONE JAMES A Seruant belonging to HENRY QUINTYNE Esq r in the 
Plantacoii for Carolina ASER SHARPE Comand r 



August the 13'* 1679 

MACCDANIELL PATRICK in the Ketch Neptune for Virginia JOSEPH 
KNOTT Comand r time out 



TICKETS GRANTED. 391 



'August the 14"' 1679. 

MiDLETON ARTHUR in the Barq, Plantacoii for Carolina ASER 
SHARPE Comand 1 ' time out 



September the 16"' 1679 

MOUNTACK ANDREW in the Ship Eliz" for Holland ALLEXANDER 
MATTISON Comand r security 



October the first 1679 

MADEN PATRICK in the Sloop true friendship for Antegua CHARLES 
KALLAHANE Comand r time out 



October the 2" r 1679 

MUSKETT W M in the Sloop Rutter for Jamaica EDWARD DUFFEILD 
Comander time out 



October the fourth 1679 

MELLOLY JAMES in the Ship Virgin for Virginia THO : ALLUMBY 
Comander security 



October the f h 1679 

MOUNTAINS JOHN in the Sloop true freindship for Antegua CHARLES 
KALLAHANE Comand r security 



October the 25'* 1679 

MORECOCK THOMAS in the Ship Happy returne for London ISAAC 
RAND Comand r security 



November the 21 1679 

MANERICK NATHANIELL in the Ketch Phoenix for Antegua ROBERT 
FLEXNY Comander security 



392 TICKETS GRANTED. 

December the 23* 1679 

MARRIOTT ROBERT in the Ship Recouery for Jamaica JAMES BROWNE 
Comand 1 time out 



March the f' 1678 

NEUILL JOHTS' in the ship Society for Boston W M GUARD Comander 

time out 



July the 15'* 1679 

NEWTON ABIGALL in the Ship Etta? for Boston JOHN BONNER Co- 
mand r time out 



Jidy the 22* 1679 

NEEDLER JOHN in -the Pink Rebecca for Virginia THOMAS WILLIAMS 
Comand r time out 



August the 4."' 1679 

NEAGLE MARTIN in the Ship Young William for Virginia THOMAS 
CORNISH Comand 1 ' time out 



September the 4."' 1679 

NEUILL JOHN in the Ship Pearle for Leward Islands EDWARD PEIR- 
SON Comander security 



September y' iS' 7 ' 1679 

NASY DANIELL in the ship Hope for New England JOHN PRICE 
Comander time out 

October the \^ !Ii 1679 

NUTTALL THOMAS in the ship Happy returnc for Lond ISAAC RAND 
Comand r time out 



TICKETS GRANTED. 393 

October y' 2 d 1 679 

ONEAL ANN in the Sloop Rutter for Jamaica EDWARD DUFFEILD 

Comand r time out 



Nouemb" the io' A 1679 

OLDRIDGE ABELL in the Sloop Hopeivell for Antegua W M MURPHY 
Comand r time out 



Nouember y* 20"' 1679 

OGLE JOHN in the Ketch Mary and Sarah for Prouiden [Providence] 
GEORGE CONOWAY Comand r security 



N member y 1 24^ 1679 

OSBURNE ROBERT a Seru" belonging to RICH" LILBURNE in y e Ketch 
Mary and Sarah for Prouidence GEORGE CON\VAY Comand r 



January the 13"' 1678 

PATY ELIZ A in the Ship Joseph and Ann for Carolina SAMUELL EVANS 
Comand r time out 



February the 21 : 1678 

PEIRCE JOHN in the Ship Judith for Lond ROBERT KINGSLAND 
Comander time out 



February 2%"' 1678 

PEARSON JOHN in the Ship Samuell for London JOHN CLARKE 
Comander 



March the third 1678 

PIPER W M in the Ship bcgining for Virginia Tiro: BOSSINGEK 
Comand r time out 

50 



394 TICKETS GRANTED. 



March the third 1678 

PERRIN MARGARF.TT in the ship Arthur for Lond HENRY COSKER 
Comand r security 



March the fifth 1678 

PERWIDGE JOB in the ship Expedition for Virginia JollX HARDING 
Comander time out 



March the 13 1678 

PILE W" in the Barq, Susanna for Carolina HUGH BABELL Comander 

time out 



March the 21 1678 

PARRIS OWEN in the Barq, Joseph for Saltertudos STEPHEN CLAY 
Comand' security 

March the 28"' 1679 

PERWIDG Jon in the Ship Endcawr for London JAMES GILBERT 
Comander renewed 



April I the first 1679 

PEAD THOMAS in the Keatch Swallow for Road Island JOSEPH HARDY 
Comand 1 time out 



Aprill the fifth 1679 

PLUinER JOHN in the Barq, May fflowcr for Prouidence EDWARD 
HUBBERT Comander time out 



Aprill the $"' 1679 

PENISTON SAMUELL in the Barq, May fflowr for Providence EDWARD 
HUBBART Comand 1 ' lime out 



TICKETS GRANTED. 395 



Aprill the i6 M 1679 

PRIMATT HUMPHRY in the Hoiwr for London THO: WARREN 
Comand 1 ' security 

Aprill the 16"' 1679 

POLEGREEN JOHN in the Ship Honor for London THOMAS WARREN 
Comander security 



Aprill the 22* 1679 

POPE CHARLES in the Ship Honor for Lond THOMAS WARREN 
Comander time out 



Aprill the 22* 1679 

PENNIMAN JANE in the Ship Honnor for London THOMAS WARREN 
Comand'' time out 



Aprill the 25"' 1679 

PlDDOCK W M in the Ship Freinds Adventure for London ED\V D BLADES 
Comand 1 ' time out 



Aprill the 28"' 1679 

POSLETT RICH? in the Ship Conclusion for Lond W M DEEDING Co- 
mander time out 



May the 2 d 1679 

PlNKE JOHN in the Ketch Prosperous for Virginia DAVID FOGG 
Comander time out 



May t/'teS"' 1679 

PARSONES FRANCIS in the Ship Concord for Lond JAMES STRUTT 
Comand 1 ' time out 

502 



396 TICKETS GRANTED. 



May the 1$"' 1679 

POTTLE CHRISTOPHER in the Pink Dymond for Topsham EZEKIAH 
VASS Comandcr time out 



May the 14"' 1679 
PRICE JOHN in the Ship Bachelor for Bristoll ROGER BAGG Comand 1 

time out 



May the 19'* 1679 
PRICE JOHN in the Ship Bachelor for Bristoll ROGER BAGG Comand' 

time out 

May t/ie i<)"' 1679 

PEMMELL THOMAS in the Ship Rose and Crown for Lond THOMAS 
CROFTS Comand 1 time out 

*June the 16"' 1679 

PLATT JOHN in the Ketch Joseph for New Yorke ABRAHAM KNOTT 
Comand 1 time out 



June the if' 1 1679 
PECHEY LAMBERT in the ship Ruth for Lond W M TAYLOR Comand 1 

time out 

June the 2$"' 1679 

PHILLIPS ELIAZER in the Ship Prouidence for Boston TIMOTHY PROUT 
Comand 1 ' time out 

\July the 2i d 1679 

PEARSHOUSE CHESTER in the Pink Rebecca for Virginia TlIO W MS 
Comand 1 ' time out 



* [In the original the name of RICORD percedes this ; but in order to keep to the alpha- 
betical arrangement I have transposed it among the R's, and to its proper date (see p. 400).] 

t [A similar remark applies to the name RICHARD, which stands here in the original (see p. 
401).] 



TICKETS GRANTED. 397 



July the 2g"' 1679 

POOR MILES in the KETCH Done for Antegua JOHN GRAFTON Comand 1 ' 

time out 



August the 9 //( 1679 

POWELL ARTHUR in the Ship Friendship for Lond JOHN WILLIAMS 
Comand 1 



August the 1 8"' 1679 

POOR MARY A seru 11 belonging to M' W H BULKLEY in the Ketch Nep- 
tune for Virginia JOSEPH KXOTT Comander 



August the ig' 7 ' 1679 

PICKFORD ROBERT in the Ketch Neptune for Virginia JosEi'H KNOTT 
Comand 1 ' time out 



September the i st 1679 

POLLARD JOSEPH in the Pinke Trent for Boston GEORGE MUNJOY 
Comand r time out 



September the 4"' 1679 

PICKFORD ROBERT in the Ship Pearle EDW U PEIRSON Comand r for 
Lew d Islands renewed 



September the 8"' 1679 

PENDLETON MARY in the Ship Trent for Boston GEORGE MUNJOY 
Comand r time out 



September the 15"' 1679 

PlLSON EDWARD in the Ship Hope for New England JOHN PRICE 
Comander time out 



398 TICKETS GRANTED. 

October the u" 1 1679 

PORTMAN CHRISTOPHER in the Sloop Endeavor for Carolina THOMAS 
SHAW Comand 1 time out 



October the \ i"' 1679 

POPPLE MAGNUS in the Sloop Endeauor for Carolina THOMAS SHAW 
Comand r time out 



October the 29"' 1679 

PARKER JOHN a Seruant belonging to Collo CHRISTOPHER CODRING- 
TON in the Barq, Done for Neuis ANTHONY JENNOR Comand'' 



October the 29 1679 

PAGE JOHN a Seruant belonging to Collo CHR: CODRINGTON in the 
Barq, Done for Neuis ANTHONY JENOUR Comand 



Nouember the 27'* 1679 

PARRIS OWEN in the Barq, Resolution for Antegua THOMAS GILBERT 
Comand r time out 



December the 23'' 1679 

PERSIVALL ANDREW in the Ship Ann Jane for Lond RICH U RATT- 
FORD CoTnand r security 



March the \f l 1678 

QUERK JOHN a Servant belonging to THOMAS ALLEN in the Ketch 
W'" Susan for New England RALPH PARKER Comand 1 



August the 12"' 1679 

QUINTYNE RICH U in the Barq, Plantacon for Carolina ASER SHARPE 
Comand 1 time out 



TICKETS GRANTED. 399 



February the 25" 1678 

ROSE CHRISTOPHER in the Ship Patience for Lond THOMAS HUDSON 
Comand 1 ' security 



February the 27"' 1679 [1678] 

ROVDON W M in the Constant Warwick Friggott for London Cap' RALPH 
DELAUALI, Comand 1 ' time out 



March the 3 rf 1678 

RYDER SYMON A seruant belonging to GEORGE MOOR in the Ship 
Vineyard for Virginia HENRY PERRIN Comand r 



March the third 1678 

ROANE BANCKS in the Sloop Hunter for Surranam WALTER ASSUEROS 
Comand r time out 



March the 12"' 1678 

ROBINSON ALLEXANDER in the Ship Ann Mary for Antegua JOHN. 
JOHNSON Comand 1 ' security 



March the 21 1678 

ROSS WILLIAM in the Ketch IV" f Susan for New England RALPH 
PARKER Comand 1 ' time out 



March the 26: 1679 

ROBERTS W M in the Pinke Endcauor for Lond JAMES GILBERTS 
Comand r time out 



Aprill the 2* 1679 

RIDLEY GEORGE in the Sloop Rntter for Jamaica EDW DUFFEILD 
Corhand r time out 



400 TICKETS GRANTED. 

April I the 12 th 1679 

Row LAWRENCE in the ship Robert for Boston NATHAN HAYMAN 
Comander time out 



Apr ill the 19"' 1679 

ROTH RlCH D in the Ship Recovery for New Yorke THOMAS CHINERY 
Comander time out 



Apritttkeyj* 1679 

REMNANT JAMES and JONE his Wife in the Ship Industry for Bristoll 
JAMES PORTER Comand 1 time out 



May the 6 th 1679 

RAINY LUKE A servant belonging to M r HENRY APLEWHITE in the 
Ketch Prosperous for Virginia DAUID FOGG Comand r 



May the 13" 1679 

RiCHBELt RICHARD in the Ship Experim" for London ALLEN COCK 
Comander security 



May the 19" 1679 

RAVENSCROFT BENJ A in the Ship Rose and Crowne for Lend THOMAS 
CROFTS Comandr time out 



May the 20"' 1679 

REMNANT JAMES f JOXE in the Ship New Concord for Lond JAMES 
STRUTT Comandr renewed 



*\May the 24'* 1679 

RICORD CHARLES in the Ship Society for Bristoll EDMOND DITTY 
Comander time out] 

{TO 5 name is entered among the P's in the original, as is the case with RICHARD, JAMES, 
at bottom of next.page.] 



TICKETS GRANTED, 401 



May the 28"' 1679 

RAINSFORD EDWARD in the Ship W m John for Boston SAMUELL 
LEGG Comand r time out 



May the 28"' 1679 

RUSSELL EDWARD in the Ship W m John for Boston SAMUELL 
LEGG Comand r time out 



May the 28"' 1679 

RICHBELL ROBERT in the Ship W" John for Boston SAMUELL LEGG 
Comander time out 



June the 28"' 1679 

RICH ROBERT Senior in the Ship Amity for London BENj 1 GROVES 
Comander time out 



July 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 



Jiily the 17'* 1679 

RUDGE THOMAS in the Briganteen Brother's Adventure for New Yorke 
ROBERT DARKIN Comand r security 



\July the 21 1679 

RICHARD JAMES in the Pinke Rebecca for Virginia THOMAS WILLIAMS 
Comand r time out] 

51 



403 TICKETS GRANTED. 



August the third 1679 

RICE JAMES and JOHN in the Ship Young W'" for Virginia THOMAS 
CORNISH Comand r time out 



August y 15"' 1679 

RICH ROBERT in the ship Postilion for New England JOHN PRAUL 
Comand r security 



August y 15" 1679 

RUDLE ROBERT in the Ship John and Henry for Bristoll THOMAS 
CADES Comander time out 



September the 4."* 1679 

ROBOTHAM WILLIAM in the Ship Joseph for New Yorke STEPHEN 
CLAY Comand r a serv" belonging to Coll SAM LL NEWTON 



Nouember the third 1679 

REDDIN KATHERINE a Sen'" belonging to MARTIN HAYES for 
Jamaica in the Barq, Adventure EDW D DUFFEILD Comander 



January the fourteenth 1678 

SLAUGHTER WILLIAM a Serv" belonging to JOHN JENNINGS in the 
ship Joseph Ann for Carolina SAM LL EUANS Comand r 



January the 14'* 168 [1678] 

SERJEANT RICH D in the Ship Joseph and Ann for Carolina SAMUELL 
EVANS Comander security 



January the 28"' 1678 

SMITH PHILLIP in the Ship James for New Yorke W M SWEETLAND 
Comand r time out 



TICKETS GRANTED. 403 



February the \\" 1 1678 

SYMONS SAMUELL in the Ship James for NewYorke W M SwEETLAND 
Comand r 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 Two Brothers for Jamaica RlCE 
JEFFERYS Comand r time out 



February the if' 1 1678 

STEEL MARY in the ship Merck" Bonaduenture for London W JI BUCK- 
LEY Comand r time out 



February the 25"' 1678 

SMITH HESTER in the Barq, Plantacoh for Carolina ASER SHARPE 
Comand r time out 



Merck the V* 1678 

STOAKES MICHAELL in the Ship Society for Boston WILLIAM GUARD 
Comander time out 



March the \\ ih 1678 
STACY VV in the Ship Society for Boston W M GUARD Comand 1 ' 

time out 



March the 12"' 1678 

SMITH EDWARD in the Barq, Susannah for Carolina HUGH BABELL 
Comander security 

512 



404 TICKETS GRANTED. 



March the 18'* 1678 

SANDERS BENJ A in the Ketch begin ing for New Yorke W M PLAY 
Comand r time out 



March the 26"' 1679 

STEEL MARY* in the Ship Supply for London JOSEPH FREEMAN 
Comand r 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 A in the Ship Expedition for Lond JOHN HARDING 
Comand r time out 



Aprill the first 1679 

SMITH W M in the Ketch Unity for Virginia JAMES RAINY Comand 1 ' 

time out 



Aprill the $* 1679 

SALT SAMUEL!, in the Ship Change for London W M KlXG Comander 

time out 



Apr ill the 12"' 1679 

SANDIFORD HENRY in the ship Robert for Boston NATHAN HAYMAN 
Comander time out 

* [See under date Feb. 17, in previous page.] 



TICKETS GRANTED. 45 



Aprill the 15"' 1679 

SFRANE ALMONS in the Ship Eli? for Neuis PETER MAJOR 
Comand r time out 



Aprill the 19" 1679 

STEPHENS NATHANIELL in the Ship Recoiiery 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 the 22 d 1679 

SPICER SAMUELL in the Ship Hope for London JOSEPH BALL 
Comander time out 



Aprill the 26"' 1679 

SMITH MARGERETT a Seru" belonging to THOMAS DOXEY in the Ship 
Brothers Aduenture for New Yorke JN SELLECK Com r 



Aprill the W' 1679 

SNACKNELL RICH D in the Ship Nathan" for Boston W M CLARKE 
Comand r time out 



May the 2 d 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 Bristoll EDMOND DITTY 
Comander time out 



406 TICKETS GRANTED. 



May the IO M 1679 

STANTON PEARCE in the Barq> Resolution for Antcgua JOHN INGLE- 
BEE Comand r time out 



May the 12"' 1679 

SHORT WALTER in the Ship Bachelor for Bristoll ROGER BAGG 
Comand r time out 



May the 14" 1679 

SKAHANE TEIGE in the Ship Industry for Bristoll JAMES PORTER 
Comand r time out 



May (he 14^ 1679 

SMITH ISAAC in the Ship Supply for Boston JOHN MELLOWES 
Comand r time out 



May the \$ k 1679 

SANDOME RICH D in the Ship Swallow for Leuerpoole THO WITH- 
INGTUN Comander time out 



May the 20'* 1679 

SMITH WILLIAM in the Ship New Concord for Lond JAMES STRUTT 
Comandr time out 



May the 20'* 1679 

STEPHENS SYLVESTER in the Ketch Nick" f Rebecca for New Yorke 
NICHOLAS BLAKE Comand'- time out 



May the 2i d 1679 

SHERLAND JOHN jun^ in the Ship Prudence and Mary for Boston 
JACOB GREEN Comand'- time out 



TICKETS GRANTED. 407 

May the 28"' 1679 

SERFATTY JOSHUA in the Ship Montcing Starr for Surranam JOHN 

UANDERSHKE Comand r security 



May the 29'* 1679 

SPARKES SAMUELL in the Ship W m John for Boston SAM LL LEGG 
Comand r time out 



May the 29"' 1679 

SALTER RICH in the Ketch W m f John for Boston SAM LL LEGG 
Comander time out 



June the 2$' A 1679 

SUTTON JOHN in the ship Prosperous for Lond THOMAS WOOD- 
COCK Comand r time out 



July tkeg* 1679 

SMITH THOMAS in the Ship Bachelor for London W M KNOTT Co- 
mander time out 



July the 15" 1679 

SCOTT THOMAS in the Pink Rebecca for Virginia THOMAS WILLIAMS 
Comander time out 



July the 22 d 1679 

STANNADGE THOMAS in the Pinke Rebecca for Virginia THOMAS 
WILLIAMS Comand r time out 



July the 22* 1679 

STRAUSE ELIAS in the Ship Experim" for London THOMAS AUBONY 
Comand r time out 



408 TICKETS GRANTED. 



A^^g^lst the 2* 1679 

STOXli JOHN in the ship Bachelors Ddigltt for Lond" ROBERT 
GREENWAV Comander time out 



August the i6 M 1679 

SEALY HENRY in the Ketch Neptune for Virginia JOSEPH KNOTT 
Comand r time out 



August the i6' 7 ' 1679 

SMITH THURLO a Serv" belonging to HENRY SEALY in the Keatch 
Neptune for Virginia JOSEPH KNOTT Comand r 



September the 1 6 M 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' 1 for London ROGER 
HOMER Comander time out 



September the 22 d 1679 

SEAMAN THOMAS in the Ship Thomas Sarah for London JAMES 
DAY Comander time out 



October the first 1679 

SHORT MARTHA in the Ship Barbados Mcrch" for Virginia JAMES 
COCK Comand. time out 



October the first 1679 

SANDFORD JOHN in the Ship Barbados Merch" for Virginia JAMES 
COCK Comand r time out 



TICKETS GRANTED. 



October the 2'' 1679 

SEARLE RICH" A Serv" belonging to JAMES COATES in the Sloop 
Rntti r 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, Done for Neuis ANTHONY JENOUR 
Comand' 

security 

October the 29"' 1679 

SMITH JOHN a Sen* belonging to Coll" CHRISTOPHER CODRINGTON 
in the Barq, Done for Nevis ANTH<> JENOR 



November the 3^ 1679 

SWEETING RICH" in the Barq, Adnentnre for Jamaica EDWARD 
DUFFEILD Comander 

time out 

Notiember the 6" 1679 

SIDDY HENRY in the Barq, Adventure for Jamaica EDWARD DUF- 
FEILD Comand r 

security 

Nouember the f l 1679 

SALTER GEORGE in the Sloop Hopewell for Antegua W MURPHY 
Comand r 

time out 

Nouember the 29"' 1679 

SPITTLE ROBERT in the Sloop Kathcrine for Antegua ANDREW GALL 
Comand r 

time out 

52 



4 io TICKETS GRANTED, 



December the 15'* 1679 
SIDNEY JOHN in the Ship Lawrell for Lew 1 ROBERT OXE Comand r 

security 



December the 22 d 1679 

SMITH JOHN in the Ship Ann and Jane for -Lond RICH" RATT- 
FORD Coinander time out 



December the 24"' 1679 

SMART JOHN in the ship Ann Jane for Lond RICH" RATT- 
FORD Comander security 



December 2^ k 1679 

SHERWIN JOHN in the Ship Ann C Jam for Lond RICH RATT- 
FORD Comander security 



December the 24"' 1679 

SINDRV JOHN in the ship Recovery for Jamaica JAMES BROWNE 
Comander time out 



December the 30"' 1679 

SWANLEY ROBERT in the Ship Ann and Jane for London RICH" 
RATTFORD Comander time out 



December the 31'' 1679 

SHARPE MARY in the Ship Recouery for Jamaica JAMES BROWNE 
Comand r time out 



Febrttary the 2 I st 1678 

TRAVIS RICHARD in the Ship Fellowship for Antegua THOMAS PIM 
Comand r time out 



TICKETS GRANTED. 411 



March the first 1678: 

TIPPIN JOHN in the Constant Warwick Friggott for London Cap 1 
RALPH DELAVALL Comander time out 



Aprill the \\ tk 1679 

TINICO JACOB in the Ketch W'" and John for New England JOHN 
SANDERS Comander time out 



Aprill the 19'* 1679 

TOOLES MORGAN in the Ship Freinds Admnturc for London EDWARD 
BLADES Comander time out 



Aprill the 25" 1679 

THORNTON W M in the ship Freinds Adventure for Lond EDWARD 
BLADES Comander time out 



Aprill the ?& tk 1679 

TOWNSEND RICHARD in the Ship Nathan 11 for Boston W" CLARKE 
Comander time out 



Aprill the 29 : 1679 

TURNER JOHN in the ship Nathaniell for Boston W M CLARKE 
Comander time out 



May the 10'* 1679 

TERRY CHRISTOPHER jun r 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 

522 



412 TICKETS GRANTED. 



Jime the 26 : 1679 

TEAGE JOHN in the ship Freindship for London JOHN WiLLUMS 
Comander time out 



the 12"' 1679 

TOLLO DEMEUEREZ LEWIS in the ship Baclielor for Lond W M KNOTT 
Comander time out 



July the \1 th 1679 

THAYER NATHANIELL in the ship Society for Boston W" GUARD 
Comander time out 



August the i6 M 1679 

TURDALL JOHN in the Ketch Neptune for Virginia JOSEPH KNOTT 
Comand r a Serv" belonging to HENRY SEALY 



September f 18'* 1679 

TAPPER THOMAS in the ship Malligo Merch" ROGER HOMER Co- 
mander for London time out 



November the 7'* 1679 

TREMILLS W M in the Sloop Hopewcll for Antegua W" MURPHY 
Comander time out 



December the \\" 1 1679 

THORPE JOHN in the ship Ann and Jane for London RlCH" RATT- 
FORD Comander time out 



March the IO M 1678 

VINER ANTHONY in the Ship James for Antegua PAUL CREAN 
Comander time out 



TICKETS GRANTED. 413 



May the 2 d 1679 

VAUX JOHN in the Ship Roe Buck for London W M SHAFTO Co- 
mander time out 



July the 1 6'* 1679 

VERIN NATHANIELL in the Pink Rebecca for Virginia THOMAS 
WILLIAMS Comander time out 



Nouember y 8"* 1679 

URQUHART ALLEXANDER in the Sloop Hopeivell for Antegua W" 
MURPHY Coiiiander time out 



December y 24' 1679 

VERNON PETER in the ship Ann and Jane for Lond RICHRATT- 
FORD Comander security 



January tlie 4" 1678 

WILLIAMS MATTHEW in the Ship Old head of Kingsale for Leward 
ROBERT BARKER Comander time out 



February \\ th 1678 

WILLIS HENRY in the Ship Dilligence for Boston JEREMIAH JACSON 
Comander time out 



February the if' 1 1678 

WILLS JOHN in the ship Endeauour for Virginia ABRAHAM NEWMAN 
Comand r time out 



March the 10"' 1678 

WELTDEN ANTHONY in the Ship Society for Boston W M GUARD 
Comander security 



414 TICKETS GRANTED. 



March the 12" 1678 

WHITELIFF GEORGE in the Ship Samaritan for Leverpool VALENTINE 
TRIm [? TRIMMER] Comand r security 



March the 19'* 1678 

WHITTEE MARY in the Ketch begining for New Yorke W M PLAY 
Comand r time out 



March the 19"' 1679 [1678] 

WRIGHT ROBERT and MARY in the Ketch begining for New Yorke 
W" PLAY Comand r time out 



March the 21" 1678 

WlLKS NATHANIELL in the ship Merch" Bonadventure for London 
W M BUCKLEY Comander security 



March the zf' 1679 

WRIGHT RICH in the Ketch Mary and Sarah for Carolina GEORGE 
CONOWAY Comand r time out 



March the 31" 1679 

WHITEFOOT AMOS in the ship Robert for Boston NATHAN HAYMAN 
Comand r time out 



Aprill the 10'* 1679 

WILKINSON DANIELL in the Barq, Resolution for Prouidence DANIELL 
ACKLIN Comand r y e said WILKINSON a Seru" belonging to 
ROBERT HALL 



Aprill the 15" 1679 

WEBSTER HENRY in the ship Robert for Boston NATHAN HAYMAN 
Comand r time out 



TICKETS GRANTED. 415 



Aprill the 19'* 1679 

WILSE FRANCIS in the ship Hope for Lond JOSEPH BALL Co- 
mand 1 ' time out 



Aprill the 26"' 1679 

WEBSTER EDWARD in the Ship Nathan* for Boston W M CLARKE 
Comand r time out 



Aprill the 26" 1679 

WILKINS JOHN in the ship Nathan 11 for Boston W M CLARKE 
Comander time out 



Aprill the 26"' 1679 

WILLIAMS SYMON in the ship Francis for Leward PETER JEFFERYS 
Comander security 



May the 2 d 1679 

WHITFEILD MATHEW in the Ketch Prosperous for Virginia DAVID 
FOGG Comand 1 ' time out 



May (he 5'* 1679 

WHEELER W" in the Sloop Bachelor for Leward PETER SWAINE 
Comander time out 



May (he 8" 1679 

WINGATT JOHN in the Ketch Prosperous for Virginia DAVID FOGG 
Comand 1 time out 



May the 20"' 1679 

WICKHAM BENJ A in the Barq, Resolution for Antegoa JOHN INGLEBE 
Comand r security 



416 TICKETS GRANTED. 

Jlfay the 26"' 1679 

WIIITEING W M in the ship Francis and Susan for Boston PHILLIP 
KNELL Comander time out 



May the 26 th 1679 

WATTKINS PHILLIP in the ship Pntdence and Mary for Boston 
JACOB GREEN Comander time out 



June the 18'* 1679 

WOLFE EMANUELL in the Ship Thomas and Susan for Boston DAVID 
EDWARDS Comandt security 



June the i8 M 1679 

WOOD JAMES in the ship Thomas and Susan for Boston DAUID 
ED\V DS Comand r time out 



July the is"' 1679 

WlLLSON W 51 in the Barq, Rebecca for Virginia THO WILLIAMS 
Comand r time out 



July the 1 8'* 1679 

WELCH EDMOND a Seru" belonging to JOHN HOPCROFT in the Pink 
Rebecca for Virginia THO: W MS Comander 



August the first 1679 

WHEELER JOHN jun r in the Ship Returm for New Engt d THOMAS 
HARVEY Comand r security 



Augjtst the 19"' 1679 

WOLFINDEN JEREMIAH in the Sloop tme freindship for Nevis 
CHARLES KALLAHANE Comand<- time out 



TICKETS GRANTED. 



August y 28"' 1679 

WHELER CHRISTOPHER in the Ship Robert for London RICH D COCK 
Comander security 



September the first 1679 

WlCKHAM ELIZ A j n t h e Sloop John Francis for Antegua JOHN 
HOWARD Comander time out 



September the first 1679 

WESTBURY THOMAS in the Ship Barbados Merck" for Lew d Islands 
EDWARD GRIFFIN Comand r time out 



September the 3* 1679 

WATLINGTON MARY in the Sloop John Frances for Antegua 
JOHN HOWARD Comand f 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 Tkomas Sarak for Lond JAMES 
DAY Comand r time out 



October the 6"' 1679 

WlCKHAM THOMAS in the Sloop True freindskip for Antegoa 
CHARLES KALLAHANE Comand r security 



October y* f l 1679 

WALL SAMUELL in the Sloop true freindskip for Antegua CHARLES 
KALLAHANE Comand r security 



October y' 8"' 1679 

WILLOUGHBY OLIVKR in the Sloop Affrica for Antegoa ANTHONY 
BURGESS Comand r security 

53 



4 ,8 TICKETS GRANTED. 

October f \f l 1679 

WtLDE W M in the Ship Happy Returns for Lond ISAAC RAND 
Comand' tim e out 



October y c 24" 1679 

WAINWRIGHT JAMES in the ship Happy Retume for London ISAAC 
RAND Comand r time out 



Nouember y' first 1679 

WHITEHEAD JOSEPH in the Ship Three Brothers for New Yorke PETER 
Boss Comand r security 

Nouemlf y' 7"' 1679 

WILLIAMS ARTHUR in the Sloop Hopewell for Antegua W M MURPHY 
Comand' time out 



Decemfr y* 6"' 1679 

WARNER NATHANIELL in the Sloop Unity for Jamaica LAWRENCE 
SLUCE Comander time out 



May the 2* 1679 

YATES THOMAS A Seru" belonging to FRAN: SOUTHWORTH in the 
Keatch Prosperous for Virginia DAUID FOGG Comd. 



July / i8 //( 1679 

YOUNG MATHEW in the Pink Rebecca for Virginia THOMAS WIL- 
LIAMS Comand r time out 



No^lemb r y 1 4"' 1679 

YARWOOD THOMAS in the Barc^ Endeavor for Carolina THOMAS SHAW 
Comand r 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. 

16781679.] 



532 



[PARISH REGISTERS.] 



BARBADOS 



The Parish of 
S< Michaels. 



BAPTISMS. 



1678 

March 31. JoiCE y e daughter of CHARLS & MARGARET YATES. 

THOMAS y e Son of HENRY & ANNE SMITH. 
April. 2. ESTHER y 6 daughter of FRANCIS & ELISABETH HALL. 
1 6. MA.RY y e daughter of CALEB & ELISABETH POWEL. 
25. MARY y e daughter of JANE SCOT. 

LOVEL y c Son of JOHN & ELINOR HOBCRAFT. 
JANE y e daughter of JONE DAVIS. 

May. 5. MARY y e daughter of WILLIAM & MARY STANDON. 
7. SUSANNA y e daughter of JOHN & ANNE HALL. 
15. WILLIAM y e Son of STEVEN & MARGARET LANSDALE. 
19. MARY y e daughter of FRANCIS & KATHARINE HARDING 
DAVID y e Son of JOHN & ELISABETH MURRAL. 

19. JOHN y c Son of RICHARD & ELISABETH PERKIN. 
EDWARD y c Son of THOMAS & KATHARINE PROUT. 

20. EDWARD y e Son of EDWARD & HANNAH MATTHEWS. 

28. RICHARD y c Son of Maj r THOMAS JELLY & MARY his Wife. 
June. 3. MARGARET y e daughter of M r JOHN CRISP & SARAH his wife. 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



1678. 

June. 9. WILLIAM y c Son of WILLIAM & MARGARET STICKLAND. 
ELISABETH y daughter of JOHN & ELISABETH GOSNEL. 
KATHARIN y e daughter of SIMON- & ANN WILLIAMS, 

Christian Negroes. 
16. ELISABETH y e daughter of URSULA PEASE. 

MARY y e daughter of JOHN & JUDITH SMITH. 

20. ANDREW y e Son of ANDREW & SARAH GODFREY. 

24. ARTHUR y c Son of RICHARD & SARAH MENDAM. 

25. PETRONILIA y c daughter of GEORG & ELISABETH PARR. 
28. ANN y e daughter of THOMAS & ELISABETH CLARK. 

July. 25. HANNAH y e daughter of U r JOHN SPRINGHAM, & SARAH 
his wife. 

26. JANE y e daughter of M r SAMUEL SHENTON & GRACE his wife. 
August. 9. WILLIAM y e Son of STEPHEN & MARGARET LANDSDALE. 

19. MARY y e daughter of NICHOLAS & ELISABETH MAYNARD. 

LAKE y e Son of Capt WILL. MARSHAL. 

21. CLEMENT y e Son of ROBERT & REBECCA LANIERE. 

25. ELISABETH y e daughter of JOHN & SUSANNA NEWPORT. 
September. 7. FRANCES y e daughter of M r ROBERT CODRINGTON & 

ELISABETH his Wife. 
8. WILLIAM y e Son of ROBERT & MARY ELLIS. 

22. HANNAH y e daughter of JOHN & MARY LISWEL. 

26. THOMAS y e Son of RICHARD & ELEN WHITE. 
28. DAVID y e Son of HUGH & JANE DAVIS. 

October. 7. CHRISTOPHER y c Son of Major JOHN HALLET & MARY 
his Wife. 

13. JOHN y e Son of JOHN & MARGARET AWMAN. 
EDWARD y e Son of BRASIL & REBECCAH BENFIELD. 

14. ELISABETH y e daughter of M r THOMAS PIERCE & ELISA- 

BETH his Wife. 

2O. MARY y e daughter of M r JOHN SMITH & PHILIPPA his Wife. 
SARAH y e daughter of SAMUEL & SARAH K.'J V/Jfe *PERROT. 
November. 3. MARY y e daughter of THOMAS & ANN KANNIDAY. 

* [Thus crossed through in the original.] 



PARISH REGISTERS. 423 

1678. 



November. 10. PETER, alias THOMAS y e Son of ROBERT & JANE PORTER. 

1 1. JONATHAN y e Son of JONATHAN & SARAH PEACH. 

14. EDWARD y e Son of M r NATHANIEL BRANCKER & MARY 

his Wife. 

17 ELISABETH y e daughter of JACOB & PRISCILLA ALLEN. 
December. 8. RICHARD y c Son of JOHN & MARY BUTCHER. 

12. FRANCIS y e Son of M r FRANCIS BOND & ELISABETH his 

Wife. 

13. WILLIAM y e Son of WILLIAM & ANN PARIS. 

15. THOMAS y e Son of DANIEL & ELISABETH FRISEL. 

17. ELISABETH y e daughter of M r WILLIAM BARNS & SARAH 

his Wife. 

22. ANN y e daughter of NICHOLAS & DORCAS WILLOUGHBY. 
27. JOHN y e Son of STEPHEN & ELISABETH CORNISH. 

ANN y e daughter of JOHN & MARY HARWOOD. 
January, i. WILLIAM y e Son of WILLIAM & MARGARET ROPER, 
JOHN y e Son of LAWRENCE & MARY ENGLAND. 

8. THOMAS y e Son of M r THOMAS FERGUSSON & ELISABETH 

his Wife. 

9. THOMAS y e Son of JOHN & ELISABETH WILLIS. 

12. KATHARIN y<= daughter of M r JOHN SUTTON & MARY 
his Wife. 

14. CHARLS y e Son of CHARLS CAVENAUGH. 

20. NICHOLAS y c Son of ARCHIBALD & FRANCES MACQUIN. 

22. JOHN y<= Son of MILLIARD HOLDIP & FRANCES his Wife. 
February, 6. DOROTHY & THOMASIN y e daughters of Capt. THOMAS 

MORRIS & SARAH his Wife. 
ROGER y Son of M r ROGERS & MARY his Wife. 
9. ELISABETH y e daughter of M r GEORG CHENEY & MARY 
his Wife. 

23. SAMUEL y Son of FRANCIS & MARY THATCHER. 

27. ELISABETH y c daughter of ROGER COWLEY Esq 1 ', & 

SUSANNA his Wife. 

March. 6. FRANCIS y e Son of Capt. FRANCIS BURTON & JUDITH his 
Wife. 



4 2 4 PARISH REGISTERS. 



1678. 

March. 13. SARAH y e daughter of CHARLS & MARTHA LEIGH. 

19. REBECCA y e daughter of NICHOLAS PRIDEAUX & REBECCA 

his Wife. 

22. FRANCES y e daughter of M r JOHN OGILBY & ELISABETH 
his Wife. 

23. ANN y e daughter of DANIEL & BARBARA LAWRENCE. 

'679 30. JAMES y e Son of JOHN & ELENOR FITZGERARD. 

JOHN y c Son of JOHN & SUSANNA CRAG. 
April. 1 3. CORNELIUS y e Son of JOHN & SUSANNA MACKENNY. 
14. ABRAHAM y e Son of THOMAS & MARY HAWKINS. 
19. ALICE y e daughter of THOMAS & BRIDGET JOHNSON, 
25. JOSEPH y<= Son of GEORG & HANNAH OATS. 
May. 13. GILES y e Son of GILES & MARY ELDRIDG. 
June. 3. JOHN y c Son of M r JOHN STEWARD & MARGARET his Wife. 
4. THOMAS y" Son of MARY KING. 
8. JOHN y e Son of ANTHONY & ELISABETH SUILLIVANT. 

16. MATTHEW y e Son of FRANCIS & THOMASIN CHRISTIAN. 
22. THOMAS y e Son of JOHN & JANE JANES. 

JOHN y e Son of THOMAS & JANE WEST. 
July. 15. WILLIAM y e Son of WILLIAM & ELISABETH HERBERT. 

24. ELISABETH ERPEY. 

25. THOMAS y e Son of DANIEL & SARAH GUN. 
MARY y<= daughter of MARTHA TURNER. 

27. EDWARD y e Son of JEFFRY & PRISCILLA BATLEY. 
29. HENRY y c Son of ANN SMITH, Wid. 

August. 5. ELISABETH y e daughter of M r RICHARD BUNNY and 

HANNAH his Wife. 

10. TIMOTHY y Son of TIMOTHY & MARGARET ENNYS 
NICHOLAS y e Son of NICHOLAS & MARGARET MORREL. 
DARBY y e Son of LANTHIL & MARY HALLOW AY. 

17. SUSANNA y e daughter of ROBERT & ELISABETH PAIN. 
ELISABETH y* daughter of JOHN & MARGARET TINE. 

22. EDWYN y e Son of EDWYN STEED Esq r & CALIA his Wife. 

26. MUNDUSIA y e daughter of JOHN & ELISABETH SMITH. 

28. ELISABETH y e daughter of M r ROBERT & SUSANNA BECKLES. 



PARISH REGISTERS. 425 

1679. 

September. 2. MARY y c daughter of ANDREW & MARY MAIN. 
5. WILLIAM y e Son of LEONARD & ANN ROBINSON. 
10. ESTHER y c daughter of EDMUND & ELISABETH MORGAN. 
12. GEORGY' Son of Capt. FRANCIS BURTON & JUDITH his Wife. 
21. ELISABETH & MARGARET y e daughters of M r BENJAMIN 

& MARGARET MATSON. 
25. MARGARET y e daughter of M r THOMAS & MARGARET DOD- 



107. 



The Parish of 

BARBADOS &**/ , 

S Michaels. 



1678 

March 26 th JOHN SWAN Master of y e Hope of Amsterdam. 

28. M r WILLIAM FLETCHER. 

30. FRANCIS BOYS'S child. 

3 1 . FRANCIS VARNAM. 
April, i. WILLIAM FELLOW. 

2. VRSULA GREY. 
ROSE FORD. 

3. ALICE y e daughter of HENRY & MARY LELAM. 
ROGER JONES from y e Almshous. 

4. MARTHA CLAY. 

8. EDWARD ROBERTS. 
M r ROBERT RAMSEY. 

14. JOHN HUGHS. 

15. JONE ALLEN a Widdow. 

16. WILLIAM TRUSDAL. 
HENRY JENNISON. 

17. M r THOMAS PARIS, Merch' 
WILLIAM MILLER. 

54 



426 PARISH REGISTERS. 



1678. 

April. 1 8. MARY y daughter of CALEB & ELISABETH POWEL. 

19. AGNES y<* daughter of M r THOMAS FORRESTER & JANE 

his Wife. 
MARGARET y e daughter of- RICHARD & ELISABETH 

RICHARDSON. 

22. ELISABETH y e daughter of JOHN & JANE CARN.* 
HANNAH y e wife of JOHN WADE. 
MARGARET, a distracted Woman. 
24. RALPH WARNER. 
WILLIAM FERRIMAN. 

27. KATHARINE MILLER. 
M r HECTOR STEVENS. 

28. PATRIC KILHAMMY. 

29. SUSANNA WITHERS. 
May. 4. EDMUND JOY. 

5. M r JOHN JONES chief Mate of y e Arany Marc/tanf, M r JOHN 

HALL, M r 

SUSANNA STEDMAN. 
THOMAS y e Son of HENRY & ANN SMITH. 

6. SUSANNA ROSE. 

7. GEORG HILL. 

9. THOMAS STEVENS Gunner of y e Thomas & Susan 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 c Almshous. 
1 8. JONE WILEY. 

20. ANDREW WOOD. 
JOHN WASHBURN. 
DANIEL SUILLIVANT. 

THOMAS ENGLISH, from y e Almshous. 

21. SARAH BUNTING. 

EDWARD RUSSEL, from y Almshous. 

[Seems to have been originally written CORN, and then altered to CARN.] 



PARISH REGISTERS. 4*7 

1678. 

May. 22. EDWARD MATTHEWS. 

27. THOMAS JAMES. 

28. JOHN HOLLIN. 

29. JOHN WILLIAMS, from y e prison. 

31. KATHARINE y e daughter of DENIS & ALICE DAYLEY. 
June. 4. WILLIAM RAYNER. 
5. 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 r THOMAS WARNER & ANN his Wife. 
THOMAS * a Serv 1 to L.Cot JOHN CODRINGTON. 
MARY y e daughter of JOHN & JUDITH SMITH. 

23. MARY JACKSON. 

25. ARTHUR y e Son of RICHARD & SARAH MENDAM. 

28. JOHN y" Son of ANN AUSTIN, Widdow. 

29. ANN y e daughter of THOMAS & ELISABETH CLARK. 
PHILLIP LE VOH. 

ROGER y* Son of THOMAS & L,<ETITIA CLARK. 
GEORG y e Son of GEORG & ELISABETH DODSON. 
July 3. JOHN FILKS, a Serv' to RICHARD WHITING. 

KATHARIN MORRIS. 
5. NOAH FLETCHER. 

7. JOHN WILSON. 

8. JAMES REYNOLDS. 

SAMUEL PEACOCK, mate of y Africa C JOHN HURLOCK 
Com d - 

9. DAVID ROGERS. 
10. JOHN DAN. 

12. FRANCES y daughter of M r JOHN OGILSBY & ELISABETH 
his Wife. 

[Ulank in original.] 

542 



428 PARISH REGISTERS. 

1678. 



July 13. Two daughters of JOHN PEARSON, infants. 
15. GUALTER GRIFFIN. 

15. MARGARET SUILLIVANT. 

16. ALICE y daughter of M r ROBERT CODRINGTON. 
KATHARIN HOSKINS. 

17. 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 r WILLIAM DAVIS Citisen & Merchant of London. 

29. RICHARD HOWES. 

30. WILLIAM ASTIN. 

August, i. Capt. THOMAS BROWN, from y e Almshous. 
ANTHONY HALL. 

2. DANIEL NEAL, from y e Almshous. 

3. MARTHA NEAL. 
RICHARD MENDAM, a child. 

5. MARGARET BLAND. 
WILLIAM BUNNEL. 
7. MARY CONNET. 

M s SARAH FRITH. 
9. JOHN TAYLOR. 
12. ELISABETH GUY. 
14. M r THOMAS LARKHAM. 

16. MARY HORN, Widdo\v. 
ANDREW, from y c Almshous. 
ALICE TOWNSEND. 

17. MARY WHITE. 

WILLIAM LEIGH y Son of CHARLS & MARTHA LEIGH. 
19. JOHN RADFORD. 



PARISH REGISTERS. 429 

1678. 



August. 19. SARAH COOK. 

EDWARD CHAMBERLAIN. 

20. M r RICHARD BUTTON. 
BARTHOLOMEW JONES. 

22. ALEXANDER HILGROVE. 
26. THOMAS WILLIAMS. 
MARY HACKWOOD. 
28. LAKE y e Son of Capt. WILLIAM MARSHAL. 

30. ELISABETH y e daughter of JOHN & SUSANNA NEWPORT. 

31. RALPH HENLY. 
September. i , H EN R Y B AN K S. 

MARY SMITH. 

4. KATHARIN CRADDOCK. 

5. LAWRENCE PETERSON. 

7. SUSANNA MOYSE. 

8. SAMUEL JONES. 

A Child of DANIEL & MARGARET SUILLIVANT. 

FRANCES y e daughter of ROBERT & ELISABETH CODRINGTON. 
10. ANN MARSHAL. 
12. JANE y Wife of ROBERT HOLMAN. 
1 5. ELISABETH y e Wife of JOHN PEERS, Esq r 
19. NICHOLAS BREWER. 

21. THOMAS HOG. 

22. HAGAR a Christian Negro. 
ELISABETH PIERCE. 

25. HANNAH y e daughter of M r BERNARD SCKENKEN. 
RALPH y e Son of CHRISTOPHER & JANE SMITH. 

26. ROBERT ALDRIDG. 

28. M r EDWARD BUSHEL Merch 1 
HUGH DAVIS. 

29. NICHOLAS CONEY. 

30. M' PICKERING. 
JONE PERRY. 

October, i. JONE y c wife of CHRISTOPHER HODGES. 

ELISABETH > daughter of ROBERT & ELISABETH WEBSTER. 



430 PARISH REGISTERS. 

1678. 



October. 2. M r THOMAS ORESBY. 
3. M r HUGH STONE. 
ROBERT READING. 
ELISABETH WEBSTER. 
9. ROGER y c Son of ROGER COWLEY Esq s & SUSANNA his 

Wife. 

ANN y* Wife of THOMAS HATTON. 
10. MARY y e Wife of PATRIC GOLANE. 

13. ANN y e 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 & MARY 

his wife. 

17. JOHN LOCKTON. 
JANE ELLIOT. 

19. SAMUEL OKELLY. 

21. MARY y e daughter of WILLIAM RICHARDSON. 

23. JAMES BAYNS. 

JOHN KELLEY from y Almshous. 

24. ELISABETH BLANCHFLOWER. 
THOMAS MARSHAL. 

31. M r JOSEPH RUMSEY from y e prison, 

WILLIAM SHIRLEY. 
November, i. SARAH BLACKMAN. 

JOHN y e Son of WILLIAM & DORCAS MORRIS. 

3. SUSANNA y c daughter of HENRY & ANN BUNTING, 

4. JOHN y c Son of JOHN & ELISABETH MURRIL. 

5. ELISABETH HUNT. 

6. GEORG ELLIOT. 

7. ZECHARIAII DUNSTHORP. 

15. KATHARIN y< Wife of DANIEL ONEAL. 

16. MARY y e Wife of ABEL DEAN. 

18. JOHN y e Son of JOHN BAILY & JANE CONNER. 

19. MARY y e Wife of M r RICHARD TUDOR. 



PARISH REGISTERS. 431 



1678. . 

November. 23. MARY y c Wife of JOHN BRUSH. 
24. M r THOMAS BONNET. 

26. THOMAS GRANT. 

ANNA HENRY y e daughter of ANTHONY HENRY. 

27. WILLIAM y e Son of JOHN & ANN SHREWSBURY. 
30. JAMES JONAS. 

December. 2. ELISABETH SMITH. 

ROBERT CLARK. 
3. GEORG POET. 

5. FRANCIS PETERSON. 

6. M r JOSEPH HUSSEY. 

11. HANNAH HARRIS. 
WILLIAM BROUGHTON. 

12. ELISABETH y c daughter of MARY TANNER. 

15. JANE DAVIS. 

1 6. JOHN WALKER. 

17. MARY y e daughter of WILLIAM BLACKMAN. 
A poor woman from D r DE VlLLERMARSK. 

19. PHOEBE y c Wife of M r WILLIAM CAPS. 

24. THOMAS y e Son of THOMAS & JANE PARIS. 

25. ANN y Wife of M r JOSEPH WARREN. 

26. ABIGAIL y e Wife, and ELISABETH y e 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 e Son of BENJAMIN & AMEY JONES. 

11. EDWARD MACKLOGHLIN. 

ELISABETH y c Wife of JOHN ADAMS, alias ADAMSON. 

12. ELISABETH y e Wife of CHRISTOPHER BANCROFT. 
JOHN HORTON. 

ELISABETH RUMLEY. 



432 PARISH REGISTERS. 

1678. 



January. 14. M* BARNET y e Wife of M r WILLIAM BARNKT. 
15. M r EDWARD CRISP, Merch' 

CHARLS y c Son of CHARLS CAVENAUGH. 
17. DAVID MAYO. 

30. SAMUEL COLLINS. 

31. CORNELIUS SUILLIVANT. 
February. 4. DAVID MILLER. 

6. JOHN y e Son of M r JOHN HAM & SUSANNA his Wife. 

BERNARD CORNELIUS, a Norman belonging to y e Endeavor 

of N. England, SAM. SMITH, Com r 
9. EDWARD BERRIDG. 
10. ELISABETH y e daughter of EDWARD & JONE GISLINGHAM. 

12. MARGARET y e Wife of PETER BEAL. 

1 3. REBECCA y e daughter of ROBERT & GRACE GRIFFITH. 

14. ANN PATRIC Serv' to SUSAN HALL. 
BARBARA y e daughter of MARY TAILOR. 

15. EDWARD FARTHING belonging to y e Endeavor of London, 

JAMES GILBERT Com r 

20. MARY y e daughter of M r JOHN SMITH & PHILIPPA his Wife. 
JAMES y e Son of ROGER & SARAH DYER. 

21. MICHAEL ROGERS, belonging to his M ties Frigat, y e Eitrofa, 

Capt. WILL. LONG Com r 

26. JOHN BUCKLY Serv' to M r BROOKS. 

27. JONATHAN y e Son of THOMAS & SARAH ELLARCE.* 

28. JOHN RICHARDSON. 
March 3. GEORG ADSON. 

6. HENRY SMITH. 

9. JONATHAN y e Son of ROBERT & ELISABETH PAIN. 
10. WILLIAM ROSE. 
ELISABETH BROWN. 
ELISABETH TESTER. 

12. GEORG BRADLEY. 

13. ELISABETH y e daughter of MUES WALFORD. 
21. MARY LETHERLAND. 

* [This name may be read ELLAREE.] 



PARISH REGISTERS. 433 

1679. , 

March. 26. WALTER BUSH. 

28. Capt. ANDREW RICHES Com r of y e White Fox of London, 
& his Son SAMUEL RICHES, who were both killd by 
y e bursting of a gun. 
31. JACOB BASTIONS, Serv 1 to M r LATIMER RICHARDS of 

S l Georges. 

April, i. JAMES FOWLER. 
GRISSEL ALLEN. 
2. ELISABETH WILSON, from y e almshous. 

SARAH y e daughter of CHARLS & MARTHA LEIGH. 
5. RICHARD THOROGOOD. 
12. JOHN SUTTON. 

14. ZEBULON y e Son of M r JOHN CUNNINGHAM & ANN his Wife. 
ELISABETH ELLIOT, Widdow. 

15. THOMAS y e Son of DANIEL & ELISABETH FRISSEL. 

17. THOMAS STRANFELLOW. 
ELISABETH WILLIAMS. 

1 8. ELISABETH y e daughter of STEPHEN & MARY WILSON. 
20. MARY y e Wife of M r JOSEPH SMITH, Merch* 

CORNELIUS MACKELLY. 
2r. ELISABETH DICK. 

STEPHEN y e Son of JOHN LIZARD. 
22. ELISABETH BEACH AM. 

WILLIAM AVERY. 
24. HENRY GITLY. 

26. MARY UNDERWOOD. 

27. THOMAS FERRIMAN. 

May. i. JOSEPH y e 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 r ROBERT BLAKE. 

9. MARY y e Wife of DENIS COCKLIN. 

15. HUMPHREY KELLEY. 
JANE ATKINS. 

M r GREGORY HALLET. 

23. ANN RAYMENT. 

24. TEAG MULLINS. 
ROBERT DANES. 

25. PHILLIS y c Wife of JOHN KINGSTON. 

29. JOHN JONES 

30. JAMES y c Son of M r WILLIAM BOWEN. 

31. M r JOHN GILLIARD of y e Guianabo of London, SAM. 

JONES Com r 
June. i. SAGE y e Wife of JAMES ANDREWS. 

ELISABETH y e Wife of THOMAS LAMBERT. 

RICHARD HENDY of y Coast Frigat, Capt. VARLOW, Com'- 

2. SUSAN y c wife of EDWARD WALKER. 

ISAAC HOGDON. 
GEORG POTTER. 

3. PRUDENCE y e wife of M r GEORG PEARSON. 

4. EDWARD REEVS. 
M>- WILLIAM BRAG. 

5. ARTHUR Serv' to JOHN RICHARDSON. 

7. JOYCE y e daughter of EDENDEN. 

8. Capt. HENRY HAWLEY. 

9. ANN y e Wife of HENRY BRADLEY. 

11. HENRY KIRBY, a Seaman. 

WILLIAM WATSON of y e .*///*, THEOPHILUS PoMEROY.Conv 
ISAAC COLE belonging to a Guiney-ship, JEHU HAL Corn* 

12. JOHN y e Son of ANTHONY & ELISABETH SUILLIVANT. 
ANN y e Wife of THOMAS KENWOOD. 

13. ELISABETH y e Wife of M r EDWARD PARIS. 

16. JOHN BROWN of y e Friendship, JOHN WILLIAMS Com r 

17. THOMAS ATKINS. 

1 8. ELISABETH TAGGARD. 



PARISH REGISTERS. 435 

1679. 

June. 19. RICHARD MAY. 

20. NICHOLAS FRANCKLIN. 

21. SARAH y e daughter of M r GABRIEL MORGAN & MARY 

his Wife. 

23. WILLIAM MANSFIELD. 

24. M r RICHARD PIERCE. 
KATHARIN CARVIS. 

EDWARD y e Son of EDWARD WALKER. 

27. ROBERT LANE, from y e almshous. 

28. BARNS PASTOR. 

MATTHEW BENTHAM, Serv' to L.Cot. CODRINGTON. 

29. SARAH BLACKWELI.ER. 

30. ANTHONY HAYLEY. 

July. 2. ELISABETH y c daughter of GABRIEL & MARY MORGAN. 

3. Capt. EVAN MORGAN. 

4. Capt. WILLIAM LONG Com r of his M ties Ship y e Europa, 

buried in y e Sea. 

6. GRACE HARVEY, Widdow. 

7. MARY y c Wife of THOMAS STRATTON. 

8. JOHN DICK. 

JOHN BUCKLY, from y e almshous. 

9. GABRIEL MORGAN. 

DAVID FOGO, from y e almshous. 
M r THOMAS BALDWIN. 

1 1. JANE y e Wife of HENRY KARVIS. 
M r JOHN CUNNINGHAM. 

12. M r EDMUND DAWSON. 

13. TIMOTHY GARMAN. 

14. CASSANDRA y e wife of EDWARD WILLIAMS. 
M r JOHN COTTON. 

15. JANE BAGGET. 

ROBERT y c Son of JANE DEMPSTER, Widd. 

17. JANE WARD. 

1 8. JOHN ROBERTS, from y< prison. 

552 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



1 679. 

July 1 8. PETER GASCOIGN. 
19. MARY BUCKLY. 
MARTIN STITH. 
PHILLIP BRIAN. 

21. RICHARD VANLANG. 
SARAH ABBEY. 

WILLIAM BUNNEY, from y e almshous. 
ELENOR daughter of MARY BRIAN, 

22. MARY MORRIS a Christian Negro. 
PHILIPPA y e Wife of M r JOHN SMITH, Mercht. 

23. S r THOMAS WARNER, K' 

24. GEORG SMITH, a Trumpetter to C. ROBINSON. 

25. MARY y e daughter of JOHN WOODLAND. 
M r JOHN RICHARDSON. 

26. WILLIAM ABRAHAM. 

JOHN y e Son of MARY WOODYARD. 

27. NATHANIEL THOMAS. 
August.4. WILLIAM ANDERSON. 

ANN y e wife of PATRIC CAMPEL. 

SARAH y e daughter of C. JOHN JOHNSON & SARAH his Wife. 

5. EDWARD PARSONS. 

6. FRANCIS y e son of C. FRANCIS BURTON & JUDITH his Wife. 

7. JOHN VINCENT. 

8. ELISABETH y e daughter of M r RICHARD & HANNAH 

BUNNY. 
Cot. GEORG THORNBURGH. 

9. RALPH MONTREVERS. 
JAMES DODSWORTH. 
JOHN WILLIAMSON. 

15. MARY y e Wife of M r JOHN COCK. 
THOMAS BANKS. 

17. ELISABETH FREEMAN. 
M r GULLIVER. 

1 8. ISAAC y e Son of ANTHONY SANDS. 
DANIEL LAWRENCE. 



PARISH REGISTERS. 437 

1679. 

August. 1 8. JANE, from y e almshous. 
JAMES, ditto. 

19. ELISABETH DICK. 

20. TEAG CONNER. 

21. ELISABETH JEFFRYS. 
MANUS CALLEN. 

23. MARY y e Wife of JOHN WORSAM, Esq r 

26. JOHN BAL. 

27. ELISABETH y c daughter of M r WILLIAM BARNS & SARAH 

his Wife. 

28. THOMAS STRAFFORD. 
CHARLS HARRISON. 

MUNDUSIA y e daughter of JOHN & ELISABETH SMITH. 
September. 2. ClCILY y* Wife of JOHN MILES. 

4. ESTHER y c daughter of FRANCIS & ELISABETH HAL. 

5. M s JULIAN NELSON Widd. aged 92 years. 

6. M r ROBERT PALMER aged 95 years. 

7. JOHN GREENWOOD. 
JANE DEMPSTER. 

Capt. THOMAS CRUTCHFIELD Com r - of y c Lisbon Merck' of 
London. 

1 1. EDWARD HARDING aged 70 & odd years. 
DOROTHY SUTTON. 

12. JOSEPH y e Son of JOSEPH & MARGARET SALMON. 
14. NICHOLAS BARNWEL from M r REYNOLDS'S. 

1 6. DANIEL OREE, from y e almshous. 
ESTHER MORGAN. 
ELISABETH ERPEY. 

MARTIN SWAIN. 

17. THOMAS SMITH. 

1 8. MARY y e Wife of JOHN HARE. 

19. ALICE y e Wife of THOMAS FOLINSBY. 

20. M r HENRY TURPIN aged 87 years. 
23. KATHARIN CARYL. 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



1679. 

September. 24. M r EDWARD PRESTON. 

GEORG y c Son of Capt. FRANCIS BURTON & JUDITH his 
Wife. 

25. ALEXANDER MACKRERY from L.Col. JELLY'S. 
ELISABETH RUL. 

RICHARD y e Son of RICHARD & JONE ELLIOT. 

26. SUSANNA y c daughter of M r THOMAS & SUSANNA 

REYNOLDS. 
WILLIAM LAWLESS, out of prison. 

27. JOHN COOPER. 

29. JOHN y e Son of M r THOMAS & JANE FORRESTER. 

. 421. 



Ano: 1680 



BARBADOS 



LIST of the Inhabitants in and about the Towne of S Michaells 
w th their children hired Seruants, Prentices, bought Seruants and 
Negroes. 





childrn 
3. 


hired 
Seru 11 
& Prefit 


bought 
Seru" 


Neg" 

6 










6 


Witt" BISHOP & wife 


t 








EDWARD DUFFEILD & wife 


I 






5 


BENJ A GRACE jun r & wife 


2 








ANTHONY MICHELL & wife 


e 








THOMAS GARROTT & wife 


2 








SARAH WAKER 






o 




ABRAHAM LANGFORD 










GEORGE PEARCE & wife 




j 

















PARISH REGISTERS. 



439 



JOHN BARKER 

JOHN BORROWS 

GEORGE TUTHILL 

OLLIUER HUTTON & wife i 

SAMUELL BRUNTTS & Comp a . . . 

DANIELL CLANEY & wife 

REBECCAH JONES 

JOHN ORPEN & wife 

JOSEPH SMITH 

W M BULKLY 

ALLEXANDER HARBIN & wife . . 

W M HARDING & wife i 

WALTER BENTHALL & wife .... 

SAMUELL CARPENDER 

JOHN COSTEEN & wife 

JOSEPH HARBIN & wife 3 

W- STICKLAND & wife i 

THOMAS EMPEROR & wife 2 

RICHARD WILLIAMS & wife 3 

STEPHEN LANGTON & wife 

HENRY DEUILLERMAS & wife . . 2 

JAMES SICKLEMORE 

JOHN BUSSHELL Senior & wife . . 2 

THOMAS DOXY & wife 

JOHN HUTTON & wife 5 

THOMAS WATTSON & wife i 

LUCY BUTTLER 

JOHN WHETTSTON & wife 2 

HENRY CROFTS & wife 2 

CHRISTOPHER FOWLER 

RICH D DEARSLEY & wife 

THOMAS SMITH & wife i 

PETER BAKER & wife . ... 



children 



hired 

Sera" 

& Prent 

I 
2 



bought 
Sera" 



Neg" 

I 
I 

3 
4 
4 
2 

3 
5 
4 
i 
i 
6 
6 

4 
8 
8 

3 
10 

3 
4 



7 
3 

8 
3 
5 

5 

5 

2 

3 

2 



44 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



children 



hired 
Sera 1 " 
&Prefitf 



THOMAS CLARKE & wife i 

JN OGLESBY & wife 4 3 

LETTECIA BATE . . i 

ROB TT DRAPER 

JN SMITH 2 3 

JN HARUEY 

RlCH D FORSTALL 

JOSEPH GROUE 

JN MERCER 

THOMAS PERCE & wife 2 4 

RICH D LENNON & wife 

JN FELTON & wife i 

JAMES POKE & wife 6 2 

FRANCIS CRISTIAN & wife 7 

MUSE WALFORD & wife 4 

ANNE OWEN 

CHARLES COLLINS & wife 2 i 

RICH D SHETMAN & wife 

W M CRITCHLOW & wife 2 i 

GEORGE HARPER & wife . . 2 

COLL BATTE . . i 

CAP TT JN JOHNSON & wife 4 4 

OLLIUER SMITTH . . 4 

JN SMARTT . . i 

THOMAS BREARLY & wife . . i 

JEREMIAH COOKE & Comp* . . 6 

ELIZABETH BANCKS 2 

W M SMITH & wife 

JN PITT 

OWEN DAUIS 

Widd CRISP 

PAUL GWYNE & wife 

W"-GOLD & wife . 



bought 
Sera'" 

2 
I 



5 

i 

2 
I 
2 



Slaues 

I 

6 

4 
5 

12 

3 



4 
i 

8 

4 
16 

4 
3 
i 
6 
8 
3 
7 



i 

20 



2 

6 

5 

4 
i 

3 
i 

4 
6 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



44 r 



children 

HUMRY BROWNE & wife 

JNO COSSENS 

GEORGE FLETTCHER & wife 

CAP T THOMAS MORRIS & wife 3 

JN RAYMON 

THOMAS MOUNTAINS & wife 

JAMES SHARPE & wife 2 

THOMAS HOLLARD & wife 3 

JN HIGGINBOTHAM & wife 

JN NEWBOTT & wife 

JN COCK 

Widd THORNBRUGH 3 

THOMAS SEARLE & wife i 

THO: BLAKE & wife 

THO: ASHENDINE 

GEORGE MASON 

M": MA.GETTESS 

KATH: TOYER 

THOMAS LAMBORNE & wife 
RICH D BRISTOW & wife . . . 

W M HOLLYDAY & wife 4 

W M BROOKE & wife 3 

JN HALLETT Esqr & wife 5 

ROGER CORBITT & wife 
ANTH PRINCE & wife . . 

\V M BlCKNALL 

MARTIN CREAMER .... 

JNCHOLEMLEY 

W M EMBEREE 

JN CuiSP jun r & wife 

RICH" PARKER & wife 

JN STUARD & wife 

RICH" TRANTT 



hired 

scrut" 

& 1'retl" 



4 
3 



I 

o 



bought 
scru'" 



I I 

2 





i 



i 
56 



Slauc* 

3 
i 

12 
II 

I 

3 
18 

3 
i 

i 
8 
6 

2 
2 
I 

4 
i 

2 



5 

14 
9 
5 

2 

2 
2 
2 

2 

4 
8 



442 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



children 

HUGH ARCHER & wife. .. 

GEORGE SNOUKS , 

GEORGE NEDHAM & wife 2 

W M SANDERS 

Widd TURPIN , 

ROB TT TATT'S 

W M PRICE 

W M BAYNES & wife .... 
JAMES VICKARS & wife.. 
THOMAS BISHOP & wife 
ROGER DYER & wife . . 

RICH" BUNNEY & wife i 

CHARLES JUES [?!VES] & wife 

JN HANCOCK & wife 

RICH" NUSOM & wife l 

MARY DOUE 

RICH D ATTWOOD & wife 

M 1 * DAUIS 

SAMUELL MEAD & wife 3 

Widd LAROCH 

W M CAPFS 

JN PUDDIFORD & wife 

DANIELL BREWER 

GAMALIELL ELLIS 

Widd BUSH 

STEPHEN SCAR & wife , 

NATHANIELL ELDRED & wife 

JN JOHNSON & wife 

RICH" POORE & wife 

ROGER ANDERSON & wife l 

JN BOLES 

NICHOLAS MOLDER & wife 
JN HUDSON & wife 



hired 

sen;'" 

t Pren"" 

3 
I 

I 
I 

O 
02 

O 
2 

O 

I 
I 

I 



bong' 
scru" 1 



O 

2 



Slaus 

6 

6 

i 



o 
i 

2 
I 

3 



4 
i 

5 

i 

9 

2 

3 
3 

i 

2 

3 

2 

I 
I 

3 

2 

4 
2 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



443 





children 


hired 
sera 1 " 
& Prentt' 


bough 1 
seru u 


Slaues 
I 


JN FIOPCROFTT & wife 




o 


T 


2 


ROB TT LANDALL & wife 










ROB TT GRAY & wife 








4 










I 


ABELL DEANE 








I 


THOMAS FORRESTOR & wife 
XTOPHFR AKERS & wife 




I 


I 


5 


JN CRESWELL & wife 




3 




2 


ANDREW HAWKINS & wife 




" 




I 


HESTER LANE 




" 




I 






" 




1 


THOMAS WRIGHTT & wife ...... 




* * 




1 






" 




A 


THO - READ & wife 




* * 




I 






* " 


" 


e 


THOMAS SIMSON & wife 




" 


" 


i 








* * 


2 










I 


W M CRAGG 








I 


W M PARRIS 








2 


ROB TT LANIER & wife 




a 






XTOPHEH FRANKLING & wife . . 
ABRAHAM FIFEILD & wife 


I 






2 
I 


JOHN OLLIUER & wife 


.. 


i 




I 


Widd BAINES 


4 






4 


BENJAMIN RAWLINGS & wife .... 
JN PEIRCESON 








2 

3 


SAMUELL SOURTON 




4 




i 


R r CH D HALLETT 


t f 


i 




4 


BENJ A MATTSON & wife 


2 






2 


EDWARD STURDIUANTT 


.. 






I 


HUGH HALL & wife 


2 


f f 


.. 


8 













56- 



444 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



child' 

JN BARNES 

JN DEUENISII & wife 2 

JN FIREBRASS & wife 

ROB TT HUSSEY & wife 2 

MATHEW HAUILAND 

JACOB LEGAY 

JN MAN & wife 5 

ROB TT BECKLES & wife 3 

JUDITH SPARROW i 

HENRY FISSHER & wife 3 

ROB TT RICH jun r & wife i 

Widd BRAGG 3 

SAMUELL GIFFORD & wife 2 

MARTIN HAYES & wife i 

SAMUELL STOKER & wife 2 

THOMAS WARNER & wife 3 

W M CANNINGS & wife 2 

BRIDGETT COLLETT 2 

THOMAS LOWE & wife 

SAMUELL BALLARD & wife i 

THOMAS FERCHARSON & wife ... 5 

PHILLIP TRAUERS 

GEORGE NEWTON 

JN BAYLEY & wife 2 

EDWARD PARSONS & wife . 2 

Widd BARROWMAN 

GABRIELL NEWMAN & wife 3 

MARY CHAPMAN i 

RICH D ADDAMSON & wife 4 

BENJ A HASSELL 

ROB TT STONE & wife i 

THOMAS DOD & wife 5 

W M WILSON & wife . 2 



hired 
scruaii" 1 
& Prctf 



bought 
serii'" 



Slavics 

2 
4 

6 

i 

3 
6 

4 
1 1 

1 1 
13 

2 

s 

4 
7 
8 

4 

2 
I 

17 

1O 

I 

5 

12 
2 

4 
5 
9 

2 

I 

2 

II 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



445 



j children 

JOSEPH BORDEN & wife 2 

SAMUELL PARRIS 

RlCH D TUDAR & wife 2 

MATIIEW DEANE & wife 2 

JN HASELL & wife 3 

SAMUELL SHENTON & wife 

GUY & wife 

W" LITTON & wife 5 

HENRY LELLAND & wife 3 

JN LEGAY 2 

THOMAS HESLERTON & wife .... 
EDMOND JEFFERRES & wife .... 

Widdo SEAY 

THOMAS PILGRIM & wife 

GEORGE BREAD & wife 

W M JORDAN & wife i 

W" COPE & wife 5 

THOMAS ELES & wife i 

THOMAS HORNER & wife 2 

W* PRESWELL 

THEOPHILUS BARRODALL 3 

DOWNES DANIELL 

JAMES TAGGARTT & wife 

NATHANIELL CLAIRE & wife .... 

JN HUDSON & wife 2 

OLLIUER GILHAMPTON & wife . . 3 

THOMAS CLOUAN & wife 2 

NICHOLAS MAYNARD & wife .... 5 

GEORGE DATES & wife 

BARNARD MAN & wife 

JN DAUIS & wife 

JN MURRELL & wife 2 

Widd BOUEY 



hired 
seruant 1 
& Prentt 1 

I 
I 



bougtt 
serutl' 



3 
o 



Sbues 

14 

I 

id 

2 
20 

3 

I 

3 
ii 

3 
6 
6 



3 
5 
6 

4 
3 



2 

4 
10 

3 
3 
i 

2 
2 

2 
2 

* 



446 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



children 

\V M HARDING Vintner & wife 

THOMAS TICKNER & wife 

VALLENTINE COPMAN & wife. . . . i 

W SI SHIPTON & wife i 

GEORGE CHEYNEY & wife i 

Jxo BRADHAM 
OWEN DAYLEY & wife 
FRANCIS WOOD & wife 
HENRY BYRCH & wife 
ROB TT HOLE & wife 
MATHEW WILLOX & wife 
JN HEATON 

RICH D WILSON & wife 2 

W M BIDDLE & wife 2 

M rs HOSKINS 2 

BENJ A ELLY & wife i 

GEORGE HANNAH & wife 2 

JN HUNTER & wife 

RICH D ALFORD & wife 2 

THOMAS WHITEING & wife i 

THOMAS BRINGHURST & wife 

JN HAYWOOD & wife i 

HENRY FREMAN & wife 
J NO PLUMLY 4? EL: BROWNE 
EDWARD TOWNE & wife 
LAUGHLINE BAYNE & wife 

THOMAS WALDEN & wife i 

BENJ A JONES & wife 

W M CLIGGATT & wife i 

LAWRANCE REED & wife 
ROB TT HEWITT & wife 

EDWARD HUNTT & wife 3 

NATHANIELL BRANKER & wife . . i 



hired 
seruanti 
& I'rentt' 

I 



bougtt 
serult. 

I 
2 



I 
I 
2 
I 
3 



Slaues 
I 

3 
4 

5 

2 

I 

4 
6 
8 

3 

i 

4 
3 
o 

10 

4 
5 

H 
5 
3 
3 
9 

3 
o 

2 
I 

I 

13 

s 

5 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



447 



children 

NATHANIELL SMITH & wife 2 

STEPHEN GASCOYNE Esq r & wife . 
EDWINE STEED Esq r & wife .... 2 

BENJ A DWEIGHTT & wife 3 

THOMAS REYNOLDSON & wife 

HENRY STEPBING 

RICH D FORD & wife .... l 

HENRY HARUEY & wife 
JN FREDERICK & wife. , 

THOMAS PARKER 

JAMES ELY & wife 3 

JONATHAN HUTCHINSON.. . 

URSELAH PEA 

RICH D: HALL & wife 

W M WELDING 

THEOPHILUS BOWDEN 

JN LEGARD 

JN SANDERS k wife 

STEPHEN CLAY & wife 

JACOB: MACKERNESS & wife 

W" SIDNEY & wife 5 

THOMAS BIFFIN & wife 

RICH D BARRETT 

THOMAS ROWSE & wife . . 

M rs TOTHILL 

SAMUELL SMARTT & wife 
SUSANAH BEEKE , 

W" MlCHLEBORNE & wife 

JN FISHER 

JACOB: LEGAY sen r 2 

CHRISTOPHER JACSON & wife .... l 
W" MACKERNESS 

Widd HAYWOOD . 



hired 

seru" 1 

& Pren'" 



7 

I 



f 

6 
I 
i 



2 

3 
7 

2 



bough' 
sera'" 



Slaues 

I 

O 

7 

12 

3 
I 



I 

13 

5 
4 
7 



4 
7 

2 

7 
3 
i 

13 

5 

2 

I 

3 
S 

2 
2 



448 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



EDWARD PRESTTON 

Widd BALDWINE 

JN TOWNSEND & wife 2 

JN MUNROW & wife 

JN SHROESBERRY & wife 

JN MILLS & wife 

ISAAC ROETT 

CHARLES LEE & wife 

BENJ A BIRD & wife 

BASELL DUNKLY wife 

MARTIN DALLISON & wife 

MARY LISTER 

ANNE KEW 

KATHRINE WHITEING 

JN HUNTER 2 

JN SPENCER wife 2 

W* MAXWELL & wife 

Doctor RICHARD LAWFORD .... 

THOMAS PARRIS & wife 2 

EDWARD RAINSFORD 

SAMUELL DYER 

EDWARD PEIRESON & wife 

MARKE NOBLE & wife 

FRANCIS LOUELL 

JOHN CHASON fc wife 2 

W M BEALE 

DANIELL JONES 

PETER SWAINE & wife 3 

JN LADSTON & wife 

ELLINOR WALTER 2 

JN WILLIAMS & wife 4 

JN LAM PLY & wife 

MARY BUSHER 



children 



hired 

sent"' 

& 1'ren'" 



bought 
seni 1 " 



Slaucs 
i I 

7 

4 
i 

i 
7 
5 
i 

i 

6 
i 
i 

2 
I 

3 
i 
i 

i 
4 

2 
I 

4 
9 

* 

2 

5 
4 
3 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



449 



children 

MARY WILSON 

JN RAWLINGS & wife 

JAMES MILLER & wife 

EDWARD FENNELL & wife i 

JONATHAN TAYLOR & wife 

W M SIMMES & wife i 

ROB TT WEBSTER & wife 

ROB TT PAINE & wife 6 

JN PAINE & wife 

JN STEDHAM 

MADAM FITS JAMES 

THE JEWES Jewes 

JACOB FRANCO NUNES 4 

ARON NAUARO 7 

ARON BARRUCH 5 

PAUL DEUREDE 2 

ISAAC PERERA 2 

DAUID RALPH DEMEREADO 3 

LEWIS DIAS 6 

ABRAHAM QAY 2 

ABRAHAM BARRUCH 3 

DAUID ISRAELL 5 

ANTHONY RODRIGUS 3 

ABRAHAM SOUSA 2 

LEAH MEDINAH 7 

ISACK ABOF 2 

ABRAHAM BURGES ARON 2 

MOSES HAMIAS 2 

M 1 ' 5 LEAH DECOMPAS 3 

HESTER BAR SIMON 5 

DANIELL BOYNA 3 

ABRAHAM LOPES 2 

ABR: VALUERDE 2 



hired 

semen" 

& Pren" 



bought 
seru" 



Slaues 

I 
I 
I 

4 
3 
8 

2 
I 
2 
2 



I 
I I 

5 
3 

4 
II 

8 

2 

3 

3 

10 

2 

I 

2 
I 
I 
I 

I I 
I 

4 



57 



45 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



JUDIEAH TOREZ 

MOSES MERCADO 

JAELL SERANO 

ELIAH LOPEZ 

ISAAC GOMEZ 

JOSEPH SENIOR 

ISAAC PERERA 

ISACK MEZA 

SOIOMAN CORDOZA .... 
ABRAHAM OBEDIENTE.. 

JUDITH RISSON 

DAUID NAMIAS 

MOSES ARROBAS 

GABRIELL ANTUNES . . 

JACOB PREETT 

SARAH ATKINS 

ABRAHAM COSTANIO . . 



sons slauo 



2 ' 2 



Total of Inhabit 404. 



SAMUELL NAUARRO . . . 
RACHELL BURGES . . , 
MORDECAH PALACHE , 
REBECAH PACHECO . . , 
REBECAII BARRUCH . . , 

JACOB PACHECO , 

RACHELL LOPEZ 

JACOB FONCECO VALE , 
MORDECAH SARAH . . , 
SAMUELL DLCHAUIS 

DAUID SWARIS .' 

JUDITH NAUARO 

HESTER NOY 

JUDIH ISRAELL 

MOSES DESAUIDO .... 
ISACC NOY . . . , 



Mem d that y e Town of S l Michael 
only has returnd an Acco'- of 
Children 

Total of Inhabitants . 



(Men. 



(Children ..402 

Total of White servants 4 12 

Total of Negroes 132$- 



4 
6 



I 

5 
4 
5 
4 

2 

5 

2 
2 
2 



p slaues 

I 
2 



I 

4 
i 

4 
I 

4 

2 
I 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



[BARBADOES.] 

LIST of Owners and possessors of land Hired Seruants & Appren- 
tices, Bought Seruants & Negroes in ye Parish oi S'. Michaells.* 



acres 
land 

THOMAS ASHENDINE 5 

BARTHO ALDSWORTH 46 

ANTHONY ANTHONY 

CORNELIOUS AUSTRIAN 5 

ALLIN THOMAS 7 

ALLEXANDER ANTOR 7 

JACOB. ALLEN . . 

B 

> Ac' 

THEO: BARRADALL 4 

BORDEN JOSEPH 9 

BONETT EDW D PLANT* 88 

FRANCIS BOND Esq r 160 

Coft W* BATE 125 

FRANCIS BURTON 130 

THOMAS BATSON 35 

JN BATTYNE jun r 32 

JN BOUCHER 3 

GEORGE BIRKEHEAD 8 

HUGH BRANDON 25 

JN BIRD 6 

JN BARRON 14 

HUMPHRY BROGDON 10 

ALLICE BAINES 30 

JN BARNES 15 



hired 
Seru" 



2 

3 
r 

2 
I 
2 
I 

I 



bought 
Seru" 



Neg ' 

3 
16 

15 
6 

10 

2 

3 



94 
93 
60 
60 

20 
21 

I 
10 

6 

2 

6 

14 

16 
11 



* [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.] 

572 



452 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



W M BARRON 


acres 
land 
IQ 


hired 

seru"* 

I 


boug 1 
Ser 


Neg" 
I C 


W M BARNETT 


I e 




I 


1 3 
| J 


J N BRETT 


A 








JOSEPH BEEDLE 


8 




^ 




W M BUSSHEY 


10 


1 




JA 


JN BIGNALL sen r 


7 






ll r 
j j 


JN BIGNALL jun r 


IO 


I 


2 






6 






*4 


W M BRAGG 


TO 








ALLEXANDER BARRAMAN 








o 


JERREARD BOUCHER 










PHILLIP BREWSTER 








3 


CORNELIOUS BRYAN 








3 


DANIELL BOYNA 


IO 






9 


C 
CAPPS. WILLIAM 


ac' 
1 2 


hired 
seru"" 


boug" 
Ser' 


r 4 

Slau. 


JN CRISP sen r 


cfi 




* * 




ROGER COWLEY Es4 r 


i u 

8 




2 


7 


W M CANNINGS 






3 


40 


M rs COATHER 


T C 


* * 


" 


5 


THO: CARNOCK Poaus* 


*5 

8 


I 






JN CHACE 


60 




2 




PATICK CARNEY 








24 


KATHRIN CLEANER -f- 


2O 






i 


W M CLIGGATT 


f 1 






4 


CHRICTOPHER COALE 


1 J 















" 


i 


JN CLEANERf 


in 


1 


" 


IO 


THO: CLARK Ct^rs-* 


-yr\ 


* * 


" 




NICHO. CHANDLER 




* * 


* * 




HENRY CLEAUER 





* * 


" 













3 



[Thus erased in the original.] 
t [So in the original : but see CLEAUER [CLEAVER] at the bottom 



of the pngc.] 



fAKISH JKE( 


rlSTSJR 


X 




453 




ac" 

3Q 


hired 
seru 1 " 


boug" 
Ser'" 


Slau 1 


JN CODDRINGTON Esq r 


3OO 


I 


c 


7^7 




7 


j 


5 


1 J/ 


BENJ* CAIME 


/ 

I 3 


2 




'3 
a 


W M COCKMAN 


1 J 
IA 


5 






GEORGE CLARKE ... 


^ 
2O 


O 




f. 


SYMON OOOPER 


8O 






7ft 


ALLEX: COACHMAN his Estate . . 


8 
8 








CORDIU PAULUS 




* * 






JN CATTLIN 


r 








BOHAM CARTER 


5 


" 






D. 
BENJ A DWIGHT 


land 
2C 


hire* 
Seru tw 

T 


bog" 
Ser" 


Slaues 
I 3 


DAUIS W M 


IOI 






1 J 

? C 


DUNIDGE W M 


I C 






j J 


THOMAS DRAYTON 


12 










t 








JN DICK 


c 








GILES DEBOYCE 


3 

16 


* * 








c 








ROGER DUNN 


7 








E 
W M EMBRFE * 


/ 

acres 
land 

IO 


boug" 
scrutt' 


hired 
seru"" 


Negros 

I 


J N ELLIOTT 


35 


I 




6 


JAMES ARD 


7 




I 


i 


M rs ELLACOTT 


27 


I 


2 


6 


LAWRANCE ENGLAND ju r 


IO 






3 


SEABORNE EGGINTON 


2 






i 




1 









454 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



F. 

RlCH D FORSTALL 


acres 
land 

2Q4 


hired 
seru'" 

4 


Ixnigh* 
seru" 1 

6 


Negroes 
I2Q 


GEORGF FLFTCIIFR 


IO 








JN FARMER 


170 


3 


c 


Q7 


HENRY FEAKE 


8 







} 


RICH" FIFFILD 


12 




I 


8 


J N FOWLER 


8 


I 




I 


PHILIP FONSEIRE 


25 


I 




IQ 


ROGER FAUELL 








y 


ROB VT FFAUER 


IO 








JOANE FULLER 


?O 


I 


I 


16 


FRANCIS FROSTT 


y~* 








G. 
BENJAMIN GRACE 


IO 


J 


2 


IO 


RICH" GAYTON 


26 


I 




26 


ELLIZAB: GRITTON 


CO 


I 




26 


ELLZ - GOODMAN 


J w 
\c\ 


I 




8 


JN GRIGGORY 


IOA 


I 




8? 


PETER CODING 


- U 4 






"i 


H. 
H \RRIS JN 


land 
Ac'. 

2O 


hired 
seru"* 

I 


bong" 
Seru 1 " 


Neg" : 
6 


H ALLETT J N Esq r 


->2O 


4 




84 


HUTCHIXSON JN 


c 






c 


1 1 \\VKSWORTH JN 


63 


I 




18 


SAMIELL HANSON 


IOI 








RALPH HASSELL 


IO 


i 




TO 


RlCH D HOWELL & GUY Esq' s 

SYMON HUNTT dead 


605 

AO 


5 

I 


20 


405 


]' K \XCIS H VRDING 


IO 






-4 













PARISH REGISTERS. 



455 



DANIELL HURLOW 


land 
Ac'. 

17 


hired 
seru 1 " 

I 


bong" 
Seru 

I 


Neg : 

C 


CHRISTOPHER HOOPER 


2; 


I 




IO 


FRANCIS HALL 


26 


I 




20 


EDWARD HUNTT 


c 








JN HAWKSWORTH* 


6? 


j 


I 


20 


DANIELL HARWOOD 


10 






2 


JN HANDY 


56 


I 


2 


AQ 


EDWARD HARDING 


? 






7 


SAMUELL HYATT 


J 

7O 






J 


FRANCIS HARDWICK 


J^ 
IO 








JN HAM 


20 








Widd HAMBLIN 


4" 






I 




20 


" 




IO 


W* HECTHROP 








1 2 




IO 


" 






JN HILL 


IO 


* " 


I 


5" 


JN HARE 




" 




7 




r 


" 




J 




3 









SAMUELL HATHWAY 







" 




I 


ac' 




hired 
seru"' 


bougi 
Seru'" 


Negroes 


THOMAS JELLY 




I 




2o 


JN JEFFERRES 




3 




/O 


ALLEX JENNISON 




2 




4 


JN JOHNSON 


3 











W M JACOBS 










* 


K. 




C2 


j 


I 


3 

T7 










' / 



* [This name will also be found six lines from the bottom in p. 454 ; the number of servants, 
however, is different.] 



45 6 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



LEER THOMAS 234 

ROGER LOUELL 13 

XTOPHER LYNE 53 

PHILLIP LANCASTER 50 

JN LEDRA 27 

\V M LITTON 4 

RICH D LAYTON 50 

M rs LUCOMB 9 

NICHOLAS LANGWORTHY 12 

GEORGER LILLINGTON 32 

M rs LOUELL 7 

THOMAS LINKS 6 

THOMAS LUCOMB 

M 

MORRIS THOMAS 144 

EUAN MORGAN 140 

GABRIELL MARTIN 10 

W M .MARCHALL 180 

RICH D MORRIS 35 

JN MACKLAIRE 6 

W M MURRELL ii 

M rs MULLINAX 7 

RlCH D MULLINAX 9 

ANTHONY MICHELL 5 

BRYAN MURPHE 9 

JN MURROW 3 

JN MURRELL 

N. 
NEALE THO: 



hired 
seru'" 



boug 1 
Seru 1 " 



18 



Negroes 

160 

5 



25 

7 

3 
27 

6 
ii 



27 

12 

5 



IOO 

72 

S 

52 

12 

6 
8 
3 
5 
4 
H 
3 

2 



16 






PARISH REGISTERS. 



457 




SAMELL OSBORNE 


ac' 
4O 


o 


I 


37 


THOMAS ODIARNE 


IOI 


I 




17 


FRANCIS OAKLEY 


6 








JN ODELL 


e 






2 


P 
NICHOLAS PRIDEAUX 


3 




ft 




RICH D PEARCE 


230 
y r 


2 




76 


THOMAS PILGRIM 


1 3 





* * 


80 


EDWARD PARRIS 




I 


* * 


34 


JN PIGGOTT 


35 


I 





12 


M rs PANTON 




" * 


* 


I 


GEORGE PARRIS 


i'? 


* * 





3 


ADRIAN PAILY 


o^ 

t 


I 


* * 


2 3 


Widd PlRKINS 


j 

16 





* * 


i 


JN PERRIMAN 


7 





* 




JOB PERRIDGE 


/ 

7 




* * 





SAMUELL PERRY 


/ 





* * 


4 


HENRY PRICE 


e 




" 




JN PLUMLEY 


3 





* * 




JN POLLARD 


J 5 


I 


'. 




RICH D POLLARD 






" 


" 


R 
EDWARD RUNDALL 


1 1 


I 





vtf 




22 










12 


O 






W M ROBINSON 


1 86 


2 


l 


M( 




28 






7 




1 




















PARISH REGISTERS. 



s 

BARNARD SHENKINGH 


land 
.ic' 

IO 


hired 
Seru" 1 


bougt 
Seru lt 


Negroes 




SO 


I 


2 


4O 




IO 






4 




IO 










3O 






18 




jy 

to 


I 




22 




5Q 






18 




12 


2 




?o 




1 20 


I 




ion 




12 






6 




22 


I 




28 




IO 


j 




12 




IO 


I 




7 




IQ 


I 




8 


T 
TURPIN HENRY Sen r 


IO 






7 




8 










4 






2 




25 






3 




12 






3 




IO 






6 




AT) 


I 


2 


33 




*T7 
C 


3 




4 










4 


HENRY TURPIN jun r 


17 






5 




/ 






4 




9 
























PARISH REGISTERS. 



459 



W ac 

WILLIS JN 5 

WARREN JOSEPH 6 

FRANCIS WOOD 10 

W M WELDING 10 

W M WlTHINGTON 20 

MARY WATERS 15 

JN WlLLOUGHBY 5 

GEORGE WALTON 30 

GEORGE WILLOUGHBY 26 

SAMUELL WARNER 10 

JN WILLIAMS 

DAUID WELCH 5 

NATH: WHITE tj 

BRIDGET FERRELL (sic) 5 

Y 
JOHN YOUNG 4 

Tot. of Inhabitants 225. 

Total of Acres 7063. 

Total of Serv ts 303. 

Total of Negro's 3746. 



5 

H 
10 



9 
9 



8 

2 
13 



* [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 1 are Owners of 
Land in the Parish of S 1 Georges in y Island 
of Barbados taken by the command of his Ex- 
cellency S r Jonathan Atkins K 1 y e 23 lk Day of 
December: 1679 



Number of 
Acres 



Number of 
White 
Seruants 



Number of 
Negroes 



ROBERT DAUERS Esq r 305 

M r ROBERT DAUERS Junio r 47 

M r JAMES ROBINSON 6 

M r JOHN ROBINSON 12 

M r WILLIAM DAUIS 10 

M r JOHNKOKER 

M r THOMAS BROWNE 

M rs SARAH HORSWOOD 

M rs MARGARET ROE 40 

M's ELLI.VOR BOWDLER 

M r JOB: LULLMAN 6 

EDWARD PYE Esq r 400 

M r THOMAS PROTHERS 55 

M r WILLIAM CATLINE 

M r HENRY EUANS 106 

Mrs FRANCIS HOLDIP 19 

M r JOHN HOLDIP 

M r BRIAN BLACKMAN 10 

M r FRAN: SMITH Jujo' 6 

M r MILES TOPPIN 30 

M r HENRY BURRELL 15 

M r MlCHAELL WEYLY , 10 

M r FRAN: BELL 12 

M r JOHN JEMOT 8 

M r HENRY EASTWICK 50 

M r JOHN GOLDINGHAM 118 

M r RICHARD EASTWICK 40 



200 



4 
10 

5 
3 
4 
6 

2 
2 

IQO 
15 

5 
42 

9 

7 

10 

18 

38 

3 

10 
8 

5 

37 
76 

20 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



461 



Masters & mistreses names y t are owners of 
Land in the~Parish of S' Georges in y c Island of 
Barbados taken by the command of his Ex- 
cellency S r . Jonathan Atkins K, y, 23"" Day of 
December: "1679 



Number of 
Acres 



Number of 

White 

Servants 



Number of 
Negroes 



M r MARMADUKE NICHOLES 30 

M r FRAN: BOND 105 

M r JOHN GIBBONS 7 

M r EDWARD CLEYPOLK 335 

M r RICHARD SUTTON 106 

M r GEORGE BRIGGS 140 

M r JOHN BATTINE Senjo r 172 

M r SAMUELL WEBB 

M r THOMAS BLACKMAN 

The Lady ANN WlLLOUGHBY .... 317 

M r SAMUELL COWARD 20 

M rs GRACE SILUESTER 515 

M r THO: WlLBRAHAM 20 

M r HENRY HARDING 95 

Coll XTOPHER LINE & Sonn 272 

M r WALTER CHAMELL 33 

M K MARTHA ALT 36 

M r JOHN WILKINS 40 

M r JOSEPH MILES 

M r JOSEPH ROBINSON 5 

Majo r PAULE LYTE 235 

cap' JOHN COUSSINS 70 

M r JOHN COUSSINS Senjo r 60 

M r WILLIAM SNIPE 

M r LATYMORE RICHARDS 12 

M r SAMUELL SEDGWICK 12 

M r JOHN SEDGWICK 10 

M r JOHN LAHANE 10 

M r PHILLIP FUSHEIR 7 

M r WILLIAM WEAUER 100 

M rs MARY RIDGWAY 39 



12 

5 
i 
i 



10 



3 
i 

8 



13 
60 

3 

86 

60 

64 

81 

i 

i 

1 60 

4 

22O 
6 

54 
27 

22 
8 

6 
3 

120 

50 

So 

4 
8 

5 
5 
4 
3 
30 



4 62 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



Masters & M 1 ': names that are owners of 
Land in y' Parish of S'Georges in The Island ol 
Barbados Taken by the Command of His Ex- 
cellency S r Jonathan Atkins K 1 y e 23 lh Decem- 
ber 1679 



Number of 
Acres 



Number: of 
White 
Sera" 



Number of 
Negroes 



M" ELIZABETH BARNES 57 

M rs ELIZABETH WOLUERSTONE .... 20 

M r JOHN PRICE 10 

M r JOSEPH RIDGWAY 40 

M r EDWARD ROBERT'S 10 

M r WILLIAM BRADSHAW 10 

M r ROBERT CUSTIS 10 

M r RICHARD LINTOTT 144 

M r WILLIAM SAPSTER 46 

M r JOHN MARSHALL 

M r HENRY GORGES 125 

M r BENJA MIDDLETON 379 

M r JOHN WILTSHEIR 140 

Mr BASILL DIXWELL 37 

M r WILLIAM GREENE 100 

M r ROBERT HOOPER 219 

M r RICHARD SALTER 217 

M r SAMUELL HANSON 57 

M r WILLIAM HARMER 32 

M r SAMUELL WARNER 4 

M r JOHN BATTINE Jujo r 190 

M r JOHN TULL i O 

M r DAUID MORGAN 20 

M r THOMAS GUNSTONE ,. . . 165 

M r JOHN RENNEY 15 

M r WILLIAM HARRIS 29 

M r GABRILL DEANE 22 

M r GEORGE KEYSER I0 4 

M r JOHN MORECOTT 55 

M r BARNES Widdoe 15 

M r RICHARD BRITLAND 25 



2 

4 
6 
i 



40 
6 

i 
6 

7 
8 

7 
60 

14 

2 

58 
130 

43 

19 

42 

117 

1 20 

105 

12 

16 

80 

8 

19 

42 

8 

2 

14 
42 
27 
13 

'9 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



4 6 3 



Masters & jnistreses Names y t are owners of 
Land in ye Parish of S' Georges in y e Island 
of Barbados taken by the command of his Ex- 
cellency S, Jonathan Atkins K' ye 23 th Decem- 
ber 1679 



Number of 
Acres 



Number of 
White 
Seru" 



Number of 
Negroes 



Mr GEORGE WILLSON 16 

M r JAMES BUTLER 

M r THOMAS LEARE 127 

S r PETER LEARE 336 

M r THOMAS BATTSON no 

M r SAMUELL PALMER 70 

M r CHARLES BUTT ALL 48 

M r GEORGE GREENE his Planta .... 258 

Collonell HEN: DRAX 705 

WILLIAM BULKELY Esq r his sonn . . 380 

SAMUELL HUSBANTS Esq r 420 

M r THO: WILTSHEIR Deceased .... 1 80 
M r JAMES BUTT & MARY MIDDLE- 
TON 42 

M r SAM: SMITH 26 

M r JOHN WHEELER 20 

M r ROBERT RICH 40 

M r JONATHAN ANDREWES 37 

M r PEIRSE POOR 9 

M rs . APPLEWHITE Widdoe 169 

M r s BOOTH Widdoe 10 

M r JOHN RENNEY Jujo r 7 

M r JOHN ROBINS 7 

Mr JOHN ELLIOTT 10 

S r THOMAS BENDISH 72, 

M r JOHN EVANS 10 

M r DARBY MACKONE 7 

M r WILLIAM CLARKE 6 

M r MlCHAELL POORE 6 

M r ANTHO: LORD 6 



7 
3 

75 

123 

75 

35 

44 

52 

327 

174 

220 

93 

2 

6 



464 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



Master & mistreses Names y 1 are owners of 
Land in y Parish of S' Georges in y Island of 
Barbados taken by the command of his Excel- 
lency S r Jonathan Atkins K' y 23" December 
1679 



Number of 
Acres 



is 



Number of 
White 
Sera" 



II I 



M r ROBERT DAWSON 

M r BlTLER & COLETON 

Suihe Totall 

Baptized in The aboue S (1 
pish p the Register Booke 
from y e 25 march 78: to y e ( ^ 
29: 7 ber 1679 

Buried in S d Parish in y* 
time. . 66 



p JN COUSSINS & PAULE LYTE, Church Wardens 



Number of 
Negroes 



43i6 



(In-dorso 



Acco 1 of Inhabitants 122 

Land &c in the parish 
of S l George. 

Rec (1 3 d June 1680. 



PARISH REGISTERS. 465 



BARBADOS. BAPTISMES. 

HILDREN BAPTIZED in the parish of St Georges from 
march the 25 th - 1678. till September y e 29 th 1679 

d 
MILES y e Sonne of MILES TUPPIN: baptized Aprill 01 78 

JOHN y c Sonne of JOHN PITTS baptized Aprill 04- 

JOHN y c Sonne of LAWLAND CLAREE . .baptized Aprill 12 

JDETH y e daughter of JOHN ROBBISON. .baptized May 30 

ANNE y e Daughter of MICHAEL PORE; . . baptiz'd July 06 

MARY, & ELIZABETH y c daughters of THOMAS WHITE . . July 18 
SAMUEL, y e Sonnne [sic] of JAMES DOWNING. . baptiz'd . .July 21 
SARAH y e daughter of MARMADUKE NICOLLS. . baptiz'd . .July 26 
GEORGE y e Sonne of JOHN SEDGEWICKE ....baptized ..July 30 
ELIZABETH y e daughter of WILLIAM GREENE, baptized August 07 
ANNE y e daughter of MATTHEW JENNINS . . . .baptized august 25 

PAUL y e Sonne of PAUL LYTE baptized august 31 

HENRY y e Sonne of DANIEL GUNNE baptized . .7ber. 14 

JOHN y e Sonne of EDWARD MORGAN baptized.. -7ber. 22 

MARGARET y e daughter of GEORGE KEYZAR 8ber 03 

SAMUEL y e Son of BONAVENTURE JELLFES baptized. . . ,8ber 13 

JOHN y c Sonne of JOHN WHITING baptized 8ber 25 

THOMAS y e Sonne of JOHN DOLLSTAN baptized 8ber 3 1 

HESTER y e daughter of ALEXANDER CROOKSHANK 9ber 03 

JOHN y c Sonne of WILLIAM ALLEN baptized gber 24 

HENRY y e Sonne of JOHN GOULDINGHAM xber 04 

ELIZABETH y e Daughter of ANNE REES widdow xber 06 

JOHN y e Sonne of ROBERT PART baptized xber 09 

JOHN y e Sonne of JOHN BRADFORD baptized January 26 - 8 

JOHN y e Sonne of JOHN JEMMOT baptized february 19 

ELIZABETH y<= daughter of CHARLES SAWYERS march 06 

59 



466 PARISH REGISTERS. 



SARAH y e daughter of EDWARD GIIJBS baptized march 21 

GEORGE y c Sonne of JOHN PITTS baptized Aprill. 23-1679 

BENJAMIN y e Sonne of Widdow WlLTSHEiR Aprill 25 

NATHANAEL y e Sonne of HENRY HARDING baptiz'd June 10 

WILLIAM y e Sonne of JONATHAN ANDREWES baptiz'd ...June 15 

ELIZABETH the daughter of JOHN HANDY baptized July 20 

MARMADUKE y e Sonne of MAKMADUKE NICOLLS July 22 

RICHARD y e Sonne of JOHN TULLS baptized 7ber 04 

JOHN y c Sonne of JOHN IPSLEY baptized ;ber. 07 

WILLIAM y e Sonne of MILES TAITIN; baptiz'd 7ber 15 



Coppied out of y c register- p. me. DANIEL DYKE Cleric 

booke for y parish of S l Georges 
in y e Island of Barbados. December y e 8 th 1679. 



BARBADOS. 

jjURIALLS iny c parish of S l Georges from y e 25' h -of March: 1678. 
untill y e 29 lh September. 1679. 

BURIALLS 

JOHN y c Sonne of LAWLAND CLARKE buried Aprill-i4-i678 

WILLIAM PLOWMAN buried May 12 

THOMAS, y c Sonne of BARBARY STEELE buried May 31 

SARAH y e Wife of WILLIAM DAVIS buried June 13 

JOHN BOOTH buried June 14 

JOHN y e Sonne of THOMAS NEALE buried July 07 

ANNE y c daughter of MICHAEL PORE buried July 07 

SARAH y e daughter of MARMADUKE NICOLLS august 01 

RICHARD LACON'S daughter buried ...august 05 

NICHOLAS WILLSON buried ...august 26 



PARISH REGISTERS. 467 

Burialls 

WILLIAM y e Sonne of JOHN PALMER buried ;ber 07 

THOMAS WILTSIIEIR Junio r buried ;ber 19 

JOYCE WILLIAMS buried /ber 20 

AMY y e Wife of WILLIAM BRETTLAND buried 7ber 28 

AMY y e Wife of THOMAS BROOKMAN buried 8ber 07 

ELIZABETH y e daughter of WILLIAM GREENE buried 8bcr 09 

ROBERT QUARREE* buried 8ber 14 

RICHARD HARRIS buried 8ber 25 

JOHN WHITING buried 8ber 28 

JAMES y e Sonnc of JOHN HOLMAN buried 8ber 29 

WILLIAM y e Sonne of WILLIAM MATTHEWES, buried 8ber 30 

ELIZABETH JONES gber 02 

NATHAN MORRIS gber u 

ROBERT HOSKINS buried gber 20 

CHARLES y e Sonne of CHARLES CHEYNY buried xber 17 

ANNE y e Wife of JAMES GAD buried xber 28 

THOMAS WILTSHEIR Senio r buried xber 31 

BRIDGET y e daughter of EDWARD MORRIS ...buried... January 04-^? 
PETER LITTLEWOOD buried... January 30 

RICHARD POSSLET buried... January 30 

BRIDGET y e wife of WILLIAM SAPSTER buried February 01 

ROSE y e daughter of ROBERT GRAVES buried Feb 02 

MATTHEW MACKLOXD buried Feb r 09 

JOHN CRAGE buried Feb r 12 

DANIEL MORTON buried Feb r 28 

SARAH y e wife of JOHN WEAVER buried... march 02 

RICHARD FOOT buried . . . march 19 

MOSES NASEBY buried... March 27-1679 

SAMUELL BROOKES buried... Aprill 03-1679 

JOHNTEENE buried... Aprill 04 

MARY GRAVES buried... Aprill - 16 

PEIRCE PORE buried... Aprill 17 

GEORGE NICE buried May 02 

* [The firbt letter in the MS. is blotted, but 1 do not think there can be much doubt as to the 
name.] 

592 



4 68 PARISH REGISTERS. 

Burialls 

PETER MORE buried May-o4-i679 

THOMAS COLTON buried May OS- 
MARY y e Daughter of SAMUEL Bovs May 06 

ALEXANDER BUCKLE buried May 07 

CHARLES ANDREWES buried May 22 

JOHN HOLLOWELL buried June 05 

BENJAMIN WOLVERSTON buried June 1 1 

TEAGE ONAN buried. t .... June 14 

HENRY JONES buried June 24 

FRANCES y e Wife of OLIVER COTTOM buried July 01 

ABIGAIL ye daughter of EDWARD CLAYPOLE July 16 

JANE y e daughter of WILLIAM A VERY July 25 

MARGARET y e Wife of JOHN PRICE July 28 

GEORGE y e Sonne of BARBARY STEELE buried July 31 

JOHN ye Sonne of RICHARD HARLOW buried... august 10 

MARY ye daughter of THOMAS READ buried.. . august u 

MARTHA y e wife of ANGUIS BANES buried... august 12 

WILLIAM DAVIS buried... august 25 

LAWRENCE y e Sonne of THOMAS WILTSIIEIK 

Junior, deceasd buried /ber. 03 

BENJAMIN ye Sonne of THOMAS WILTSHEIR 

j unio r deceasd buried 7ber 06 

WILLIAM CRAFTS buried 7ber 07. 

SAMUEL y e Sonne of BONAVENTURE JELLFES buried 7ber 23 

MARY y e Daughter of ROBERT PART buried 7ber 23 



(66) 

Coppied out of y e register- December y 8 th 

booke for y c parish of S l Georges. 1 679. 

in ye Island of Barbados. pr. me DANIEL DYKE Cleric. 

[endorsed] BARBADOS 

Acco' of Christnings . 36. 
Burials 66. 

in the Parish of 
St. George. 

Rec (i 3 d June. 1680. 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



469 



List of the Masters & Mistresses names w tlx what Lands & 
Seruants & negrees they haue, & Asoe what Christenings & 
Burialls hath been in the Parish of S l . Andrews. 



Masters & Mistris names 


Acres 
of 
Land 


Seruants: 


Sfegroes: 


Christnings 


Burialls: 


Leu' BASSILL GIBBES 


I -!Q 


> nien 


O4t; 




tr 

I : man 


JOHN FOORD Esq 1 ': 


->Rn 


4' men 


1 2O 




4; men 


Cap'" JOHN GIBBES 


->oo 


i ' man 


ocn 




2* Children 


THOMAS LEAKE Esq r 


I ?O 




060 






M r RICHARD EDWARDS 


1 JVJ 

in 




O?I 




i Q A n A T_F 


Cap tn ABBLL* ALLEYNE 


.i 1 - 1 
i\6 




TIC 






Cap tn SAMUELL WOODWORD . . 


j lu 
1 2O 




046 






M r JOHN HOULDER 


C7 




OA.I 






The Widdow HUTCHINS 


TO 




CX*>1 






M r JOHN SWANN 






uw_5 
Old 






M r SAMUELL AUSTEN 


6 




OO' 






JOHN BODEN Esq r 












M r RICHARD MORRIS 


^5<J 
T T C 




1 4j 
n^ c 






M r EDWARD JORDAN 


1 1 5 

^8 




U 35 
n in 






THOMAS RICHARDS 


12 




008 






Docto r EDWARD LAM MY 






OO5 






M rs MARTHA HAMERLY 


R6 




OIO 




2 


M r GEORGE HURST 












JOHN SAVERY 


c } 










M r WILLIAM HAWKSWORTH . . 


53 
18 




006 






Cap tn TYMOTHY THORNHILL . . 


1 7O 


I' man 


I ">O 




3" mf n 


M rs ANNE JOHNSTON 


roc 




OA. I 






L* CHARLES SANDIFORD 


i<->3 

T e 




OO4 






Lt WILLIAM HALL 


1 3 




ooo 






Cap tn ARCHIBALD JOHNSTON. . 
M r W M DOTTEN 


40 
60 


3: men 


036 

fin 


two Sonns 


irboy 




109 


3. men 









[?ABELL.] 



470 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



Masters & mistris mines 


Acres 
of 
Laud 


ScniniM-: 


NVaroes 


Cliristnings 


Uinialla: 


L' JOHN SANDIFORD 


75 


i: man 


33 






Docto r JOHN HAYWARD 


JQ 




006 




I ' Boy 


JOHN SOMERHAIES Esq r 


140 


2: men 


051 


one ANNE 


I'Girle 


JOHN MERRICK Esq r 


?fifi 


6: men 


167 






M r ALLEXANDEK BARTLETT . . 
M r JOHN JEPHSON ...... 


12 
IO 




006 
003 






WILLIAM ROACH 






OOI 




I Boy 


M r JOHN BURGES 


AQ 




016 






M r DAVID SMITH 


6 










M r STEPHEN SMITH 


CO 




008 






M rs MARY COBHAM 


87 


0- 


26 




2: 


M r ROBERT HAYTE 


18 




oo 1 ; 






Doctor STEPHEN GIBBES 


?8 




014 






M r HUGH WILLIAMS 


IO 




OOi 






M r THOMAS BROOKES 


12 




02 1 






M r W M RAWLINGS 


Q 




004 






The \Viddow ELLICOTT 


8fi 




OIO 






M r JOHN TAYTE 


ifi 




005 






M r HUGH DUNN 


IO 




















j- 


DENNIS MURFEY 


T A 






i 




M r THOMAS CADLE 


J 4 






i: 


i: 


JOHN BOOTHMAN . 






OOI 






DANIELI DONAVAN 






ooo 




i 




4 




001 






M r JOHN SWAN 












M r HENRY COLLETT 






02 






JOHN THOMAS 






003 






ANDREW FALLIN 






OOI 






DANIELL SHANIS 






OOI 






JAMES STOLLARD 






OOI 






WILLIAM ROCH* 






OOI 



















[A pen has been drawn through these names in the Orig. MS.] 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



471 



Masters & mistris names 


\CVCS 

of 
.and 


beruants: 


Negroes: 


Christnings 


)urialls: 


GEORGE DE\T 






Oo6 






JAMES WEBB 






OOI 






M r ROBERT ENGLISH 






004 






PHILIP CHARLES 






DOT 






JOHN SMITH 






OO'' 






TEAGUE Boy 






OOI 






M r JOHN SLYE 


26 




005 






M r THOMAS COPPIN 


12 




OOQ 






Cap 1 ABELL GAY 






O28 






The Widdow GAY 


IOO 




OIQ 






L 4 JOHN MILLS 






QO 








6R 




12 







M r ANDREW FOLLYN 


36 




OI 




2'. 


M r DAMELL SHAHANISSE 


IO 








I: 


M r GEORGE BUSTIA.N 


TO 




OOI 






M r JOHN WELCH 


TO 




OOI 






M r ROBERT HIUE 


*V 

IO 






two Sonns 




M r ROBERT HEWITT 


TO 




one 






M r HENRY KELSOLL 


TOC 




020 






M rs HELLEN CANTEY 


lu i 
20 




OO7 


aug te 




M r BARTHOLOMEW REESE .... 


I "i2 




(_"_!/ 

O?I 




U 


M r THOMAS BERESFORD ...... 


1 80 


2 


O28 






L l BENNETT REESE . . 


60 




no6 






M r NATHANIELL SNOW 


1 80 




OA8 






M r CALEB ROUSE .... 


7(5 










M r EDWARD PAINE . . 


/ u 

r 




(JUJ 






L l HUMPHERY WATERMAN . . 
M r ROBERT RICHARDS 


D 

1 86 
6n 


V 


092 

?t 






M r WILLIAM DAVIES 


8-> 


i: 


^D 
22 








Q^ 










M r PHILLIP ROSSE 


yj 
12 




OO4. 




i: 


M r RICHARD WILLIS 


r 










DANILL DYNEGELL 


5 

e 























472 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



masterb & mistris names 


Acres 
of 
Land 


Seruanls 


N'cgroes 


Christnings 


Burialls 


RALPH FRETTWELL Esq v 




I 














OO6 






M r THOMAS RUSSELL 






OO5 












OI4 






M r DAVID MICHELL 


IO 










JOHN NOBB 






on 2 












QQC 






JAMES BINNEY 






r\m 












CO I 












oo'* 






THOMAS JOHNSTON 






008 












OOI 












OO I 






DANIELL DOUGLE 






no j 
















































UUj 

no? 






HENRY LAYTON & \ 




( 


UU3 






JANE WEBB 3 




| 




















Total., . iog 


W7 


47 


2248 


18 


44. 



Lands in dispute between") 
the Lady YEAMANS Madam >- 719 
FARMER Madam SPARKS Amo ts J 

Lands in this parish & the") 
owners lives in other parishes > 1 260 
Amounts to ) 

Totall 7576 



MATTHEW GREY Minister 
JOHN FOORD 

BASILL GIBBES.. Churchward 



(endorsed) BARBADOS. 

Ace' of Inhabitants . . 109. 

Christnings 18. 

Burials 44. 

Land &c in S 4 Andrew's parish. 
Rec d 3 rt June. 1680. 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



473 



Ano: :68o(?) 

True and Perfect List of all y e Names of y e Inhabitants in ye 
Parrish of Christ Church, with an Exact accompt of all ye Land, 
white Seruants ; and Neg' s within y e Said parrish Taken This 22 th 
Decemb' 1679 



A 
ADAM JOHN 


acres 
Land 

TO? 


w" Seniants 


Ncg" 
/c. 


ARNETT ....DAUID 


*y* 
CO 






ANDREWS . . ROGER 


JW 

. . IO 




T e 


ADAMS CONRADT 


IO 














ANDERSON ..ADAM 


t 






ASHBURNER .WILLIAM 


.... 5 
T 2 






AUSTINE .... THOMAS 


*J 

, . e 














ADDICE ....EDWARD... ,. 


?n 






ADDIS JOHN ORPHANT 


3 






ANDERSON . . WILLIAM 


o 
? 






AUSTINE <' . . . JOHN 






T^ 


ALSOPP .... EDWARD 


3 






ASHURST.. .. JOHN 








ASHURST BENIAMIN 


33 




II 

>7 


ANDREWS . . THOMAS 


5- , 




... 7 


ARTHUR ....MICHAELL 




. "3 




ARNETT .... PATRICK 




* " O 






7! 




.... 3 


ANDERSON . .THOMAS 


71 

2i 










411 


... .10 


.. 18$ 



60 



474 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



BlSHOPP . . . 


B. 


acres 
Land 

. .202 


w" SeruaiHs 
.... 2 


Ncg" 
. .6; 


BUCKWORTH 


. .RICHARD 


. .188 


. e 


. .6? 


BON NEXT . . 


..THOMAS deed. . . . 


,.n8 






BOND 




.. 60 






BROWNE . . 


. .STEPHEN 


. 8; 


I 


. . 16 


BARRY .... 




. . oj 

. I A 




T 2 


BLANCH ARD 


. .WILLIAM 


. . izf 

T C 






BULL 


. . .CHRISTOPII* .... 


. . 15 

18 




j 


BOXFIELD . 




. . 5 




.... j 


BAKER 


. . .ESIAS 


. . 1 




.... I 


BRIGSTOCK. 


. . . RICHARD 


. . 7i 






BARNES ... 




. . I 










c e 




. . 17 




. . .JOHN and Comp 1 ' . 


jj 

8i 




... 2 


BOURNE . . . 




1 2 




j 






.7 


T 


I j 


BENTLY . . 


. . .MARTYN Esqu' . . 


. . . ./ 

f) A t 





T Cyt 




. . . .JOHN 


45 

. 3O 


.... 5 


. . i 54 

8 


BLAKE .... 


. . . . NICHOLAS 


j^ 






BAYLY .... 


. . . . ROBERT 








BOURNE . . 


. . . .SAMUELL 










. . ..BENIAMIN 






.... I 


BOULINE (?) 






.... I 








T 2 i 




7 


BURK .... 




*! 

A 




.... / 

? 


BARRY. . . . 


. . . . ALCE 


"+ 

. . IO 






BATEMAN 




.7 










. 32 








. . . . RALPH 


. . S 










... .2 






BANBRIGG 


ROBERT 


ni 






BUTTLER 


. . . .WILLIAM 


JJl 

IO 










. . ? 










' J4 







PARISH REGISTERS. 



475 



BURK 


. ..JAMES 


acres 
Land 

....81 
. . . 10 
....5 
8 
4 

1256* 


w" Seruants 


Net'" 


BUDDING . 
BAYLY 


. . .RICHARD 





8 

f. 




BAXTER . . . 


. . .EDWARD 






BEARD 


. . . RICH" deed .... 








C 


.. 14 


412 


.lores 
Land 

..I6 7 
.. 21 
.. 14 
. . 12 

...-3 

....7 

....6 
....7 
.... i 
....8 
....6 


w" Seruants 

.... 5 
.... 3 


Neg" 

....78 
....17 

.... 7 
6 


COOPER . . . 
CLEMENT . 

ft ARK 


. ..THOMAS 
. . .WILLIAM 


TTij A MPTC 


CONOWAY . 

COUGHLAN . 
CHAFFIN. . . 


...CORNELIUS 
TEAGUE 




.... i 








.... i 


2 


CONNFR 


'RRVFTM 


COCKTON . 

CLARK . . . 


.DANIELL 




.... 2 


. . EDWARD 






COPPINGER. 
GARNER [?C 
CRICHLOW . 
CHRICHLOW 


JOHN 






ARVER] MlCHAELL . . 

. . . ELIZABETH 





.... I 

5 




....9 

.. 20 
.. 60 

O 

.. 15 
. . 10 
....8 




.... 6 
.... ii 

. . , . 31 






CLARK . . . 


. CHRISTOPH' .... 




CASON 






.... 5 
.... 4 
.... 3 
.... 3 

.... 2 

.... 3 


CRICHLOW . 
CLANCEY . 






. ..CORNELIUS 



* 


COLLYER . 

COMELL . . . 


...TOBIAS 




. . 10 

....7 
. \\ 





CLARK 
CONNEY . . . 


WILLIAM and Comp^ 







6O 2 



476 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



CLOUGHAN 
CREEDE 




acres 
Land 

....2 
.. 26 
.. 10 

... .6 

....2i 
... .2 
....3i 

....5 
....9 
.. \2\ 

...-S 

.. 38 
....5 

.. 15 

13 

4 

558 


w" Seruants 


Neg 1 ' 






2 

4 


COLLEY 






CORTEENE 
ClIIZELL 

CAUAN 






DANIELL 
.JOHN 








.... i 
i 
.... 3 
.... 6 

.... 2 


CHAPPELL . . . 


JONAH Deed .... 
[ARGRETT Widdow 
STEPHEN 










CONNEYLAND . 
COPPINE 


PATT: and Comp 1 ' 
.JOHN 






CAREW 






.... 6 


CHURCHER ... 


.THOMAS 




.THOMAS 








.JAMES 






CAMMELL . . . 

DORN . 








D 


.. 9 


216 

Neg'' 
-...31 


acres 
Land 

.. 56 
37 
....3 
....S 
.... I 
.. IO 

.. 61 

....2 


w u Seruants 



"FiOPM 


FRANCIS 


yinwrT T 


RICHARD 




I 
.... I 


T) AYI/CON 


MILLES 




T)ATTTC 


EDWARD 




DANIELL . . . 
DRURY . . 


NICHOLAS . ... 




8 

....25 






T)jriMTJic 


JOHN 




DOLLAR . 


.JOHN 




2 

4 

... 37 

2 


DUKE . . ... . . 


.HENRY ........ 


.. 23 
.. 70 
.. IO 




DUMESNILL .. 
DAUIS . . 


CAREW 




MARGARETT .... 









PARISH REGISTERS. 



477 



DENHAM. . . . 




acres 
Land 


w lf 'Seruants 


Neg' 

T 


DEMSTER . . 




. . . . 6 






DILLON 


. . GARRETT 


.... 20 






DURANT. . . . 


. . NATTHAN 


.... 8 








. .JOHN 


. e 




.... y 


BOWLING .. 


..WILLIAM 


.... 3 






DANIEL .... 




. ,. . S 






DANBY .... 




. * 2 








. .THOMAS 



















EVTON .... 


E 


333 

acres 
Land 

98 


.... 2 

w" Seruants 

, 3 


134 

Neg'' 
7r* 




. . PETER 


.. ..52 




7 <J 






....10 




2 


EUANS . . . . 


. .JOHN 


.... 3 


.... 2 








* .\ 




"i 


EARL 




12 




* * $ 


ELLIOTT . . . . 


. . RICHARD 




j 




/ 
/ 


F 
. .TOBIAS Esqu' .... 


179 

Acres 
Land 

^Q? 


.... 6 

w" Seruants 
. e 


.. 99 

Neg'' 
t tn 


FRERE 


. .JOHN Esqu' 


1 80 




' ' *3" 

80 




. .WILLIAM 


1 2O 




ACt 


FITZGERALD 


. .MORRIS 


. . K 






FA'WELL [i.e. 
FORESTALL.. 


FAREWELL] . .JAMES 
..RICHARD ... f .. 


.. 18 

. . IO 


. 


.... 2 


FAWNE 




. . <! 






FRERE 


..WILLIAM .. 


. . . . I 






FARROW 




.... I 


















47 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



Fov 


. .HUGH 


acres 

Land 
t 


\v" Seru.ints 


Meg 1 ' 


FRAME .... 


. .WILLIAM 


. . IO 






FORD 
FOSTER . . . 


..THOMAS 
. .JOHN 


.. 15 
">C 





.... 9 

.... IO 


FIELD 




. . _j 
. . II 




. c 


FEYFIELD . . 


. . RICHARD 


24 






FELL 




-j 

c 










.... 5 










842 


.... 5 


305 


GUNNING .. 


G. 
. .JOHN 


acres 
Land 

..267 


w" Seruants 


Neg'- 

47 


GRAY 


, , RICHARD deed . . 


..ISO 


5 


55 


CrR FFNTTinp* 


"R Tpt-T APT) 


4O 






GRAY 


. .ROBERT 


.. IS 




..*. . 4 


GREENIDGE 


. .JEAN 


... .O 




.... 4 


GASLEE . . . . 


. .JOHN 


. . 2O 




16 






. . IO 




.... i 


GILHAM 


TOT-TV 


. . A 






GARUEY . . . . 


. .JAMES 


' ' ' '*t 
. . "? 




-. . . . ? 


GOODMAN . 


. .RICHARD 


Q 




.... Q 


GRIGGS . 


. . .JOHN . - .... 


. . IO 










. . S 




.... 2 


GARY ..... 


. . . EDWARD 


. ...8 




.... I 


GREGORY 


ORMOND . . ... 


c 






GRIFFIN . . . . 




5 

. . 30 




.... 3 


GILLES . . . . 


. EDWARD 


IO 




.... 6 


GORDEN . . . 


. .PETER 


. ...8 






GILLES ..... 


. . EDWARD Junio'. . 


r 






GRIGSON 


ROBERT 


.... 3 

. . IO 






GEORGE . . . 










GIBBS 


. . .JOHN 






. . . . 10 
















622 


.... 5 


182 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



479 



H 
HARDING .... HENRY Deed .... 


acres 
Land. 

220 
126 
I/O 
.. SO 

.. 50 

..IOO 

.. 30 

. . 12 
....9 
....5 

....6 
.. 36 


w" Seruants 

.... I 
.... I 
.... 2 




Neg'- 

.... 90 
....56 
....78 
....17 


HASELWOOD . .THOMAS 




HAWEN [or HAUSEN] SAMUELL.. 






HARLSTONE . .EDWARD 


.... I 

* 


.. ..11 
.... 3 


HORNIOLD . .WILLIAM 


TT AOTHORP W^TT T TAM 


HYDE HENRY 


* 


.... 3 


HANMERRY ..NICHOLAS ... 


HUTTON .OLLIUER 






HARRIS ZACHARIAH 








.. 15 
.. 25 

... .2 

....9 

33 
.. 14 
.. 32 
.. 20 

.. 12 

. . IO 
.. 10 

....5 
....9 

.. IO 
.. 28i 

.. 15 

.. 12 
....7 
.. 80 
. 37 


* 


8 


HUMPHRYES . .EDWARD 


HUMPHRYES . . EDWARD .... 






HOLMES JAMES 





* 


.... 3 
18 
.... 4 




HERRINGMAN WILLIAM 




HALLAM . . . . W M Deed 





.. ..10 




HARRIS ANTHONY .... 




- 


.... 6 

2 


HARMAN ....WILLIAM. 


HENDERSON . .FRANCIS 


HUGHINIS .... PATTRICK 


* 


.... 7 


HOGMAN .... ELIZABETH 










....15 
.... 6 

zl 


HAYWOOD .... JOHN 


HOLMES HENRY 


HACKETT ....WILLIAM 







.... 28 
..16 


HAYES THOMAS , 



480 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



HARBERT . 
HACKETT . 
HAUGHTAI? 
HANBURY . 


. . . KDWARD . . . . 


kcrtf 

Land 

13 
.. . 21 
.. 30 
....5 


w" Seruants 


Neg' 

.... 6 


. ..ANN & Compit .. 
IE RICHARD 




















IO 
w" Seruants 


.... 9 
4 

419 

Neg'' 
.... 6 








IRELAND . . 


I 
...THOMAS 


1268 

acres 
Land 

.. 18 
. . 10 

...-3 
....5 

.. IO 


ILAM . . . . 


, . ..RICHARD 


TONES . . t 


, . . .ANTHONY 


.... I 


.... 2 


JELPH'S . 






. . . MARGARETT .... 




! 



2 
.... I 

.... 5 


JONES . 


, . . . ROBERT 


JEAMES . 


. . MARGARETT .... 




KINSLAND . 

KlRTON. % . 


K. 

.NATTHAN LL Esqu'. . 
.. . PHILLIPP deed. . . . 




.. 46 


I 


.. 16 


acres 
Land 

340 
360 
.. IO 
13 
.-..3 

.. 16 

.. 20 

.... I 

....5 

.. 12 


\v u Seruants 

* 5 
.... 9 


Neg" 

I/O 
150 


TTtPPQ 


JEAN .... 


KELLY ... 

TCFZAR 


, .DAUID 


. . 


.... 3 


. TEAGUE ........ 


KFV 


WILLIAM 




.... 


.... 1 
6 


KNIGHTS . 
KNOWLES . 
KENDALL . 


. . JOHN 


. . ANDREW 


. . . WILLIAM deed . . 









2 






779 


.. 14 


315 









PARISH REGISTERS. 



481 



LEWIS 
LEIGH 


L 
EDMOND 
SARAH 


acres 
Land 

214 
172 
.... 10 
....15 


w" Seruants 

.... 8 



.... i 


Keg 1 ' 

72 

...-52 
.... I 

.... 10 
.... 2 


LEWIS 


DAUID. 


LUCAS 


.RICHARD .. 


LAMBERT 


ARTHUR 


LINCK 


.THOMAS 


.... 9 

....15 
... .19 

.. ..42 
.... 9 

.... 30 
..3 








.JOHN 






. . . 


.... 6 

* ^ 

.... 24 
.... i 
.... 9 


LEE 

LETTIS 


JAMES 
.THOMAS 




.THOMAS 


LELAND 


. CHRISTOPII' .... 


LOCKSMITH... 

T OWRF 


.THOMAS . 


TOWN 




6 


LOUELL 

LONGSTAFF . . . 

MAXWELL 

MATTSON . . . 


..CONSTANCE.... 
.ELIZABETH .... 

M 
THOMAS 


i7i 
.... 9 





.... 6 






576 

acres 
Land 
.... 2 4 

. '....11 

.... 5 

.... 12 

.... 5 
.... 7 

.... 2 
.... I 
.... 2 

....13 
....IS 
... .20 
....13 

... 5 

. t 


9 

w tl Seruants 
.... 2 

2 


193 

Neg's. 
30 
.... 12 
.... 2 

.... 3 


MATTHIAS 
ROBERT 


MOORE 


MURFORD .... 
MERRICKS . . . 
MASON 


RICHARD 





JOHN deed 




* 


.... 3 






MITCHELL 
MACC GRAUGH. 
MOODY. 


THOMAS 






DANIELL 




* 


.... 2 
.... 2 
2 
.... 3 

I 

3 

. I 




MORRIS 


.WILLIAM 


MATTSON 




MACC DANIELL..ALLEXAND' .... 
MllNROW ANDRFAV 







MORRIS 


.HUGH,, 



61 



482 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



MARSAN . . . . 


. .EDWARD 


acres 
Land 

.. . . IO 


w" Seruants 


Neg" 

.... 6 

.... 20 

... 2 


MARKLAND . . 
MACC GRAUG 


. . HENRY 




\ JOHN 


.... 5 




. . EDMOND 




MACC BREECI 


,Y BRYEN 


.... 19 




8 
2 
.... 2 


. .HENRY . . , 




MOHOLLAND 
MAY 

MUNROW. . . . 


. .JAMES. ..... 


. . .. IO 

....4| 
....13 




..JOHN 
. . ALLEXAND' 








MlLLINGTON 


. .JOHN 




.... 2 


N 
. . SAMUELL Esqu' 




.. 4 

w" Seruants 
....15 


257* 


I O6 


acres 
Land 

.. 581 
20 

.... 5 

. . . . 10 
48 
....13 
28 
.... 5 
.... 5 


Neg' 
.. 260 


NEMIAS .... 


..DAUID a Jew 


NOBLE 
NORRON.... 
NUSUM .... 


. . MARK 
. .KATHERINE .... 
. ARTHUR 








.... 7 
.... 7 

12 

.... 9 




NUSUM .... 


..ARTHUR Tnnin' 


.... I 


NEWMAN 


..MARGARETT .... 


NIXON 


..MARY 




NURSE 


. . ROBERT 




.... 2 


OKER 







7iS 


....16 

w" Seruants 


.. 309 


acres 
Land 

....6 9 

.. 116 
....67 
.... 5 
4 


Neg" 


OWTRAM .... 


. . DOROTHY 




....28 
....17 


OlSTINE 


. .JAMES .... 


.... I 


OUERTON . . 
OlSTINE 


..ROBERT 


NICHOLAS 




I 







PARISH REGISTERS. 



483 



Ol T TTTFR 


A/T A PflA PTTTT 


acres 
Land 


w" Seruants 


Ncg' 1 


OTTTR A AT 


POTCFRT 


. . . . IO 




















2/5 


I 


....68 


PEARS . . . 


p. 


Acres 
Land 

9IO 


\v" Seruants 


Neg" 

.. 180 


PFR RTTVT AN 


RICHARD 


M 


.... I 


.... 20 


PlNCHBACJ 


c THOMAS 


....38 




.... 1 1 


PILE 




45 


.... I 


.... 12 


PILE.. .. 




. . ..20 




T. 


PERRY . 




15 










. . . . 4i 




7 


Pnrif FTT 


WILLIAM 


3 






PAYNE . > 


. . . ELIZABETH 


.... 4 






PERROTT 


. . . RALPH 


.... 70 




, , K 


PECOCK . 




, 7 


.... 2 


. 7 


POYER . 




... 13 




T. 


PARSONS . . 


. . . .WILLIAM deed . . 


.... 4 






PlTTMAN 




. I $ 




. c 


PITTS . . . 








.... 3 
... 2 


PEAK . . . 


CHRISTOPH' .... 


4. 




.... 2 


PRICE . . . . 




e 




2 


PRICE . . . 




.... 3 

. . 3S 




T e 




....WILLIAM 


' J3 
. . I 




.... 1^ 


PERRY - . . 




t 






POTTER . . 




.... ^ 

A 






PORTER . . 




.... i| 

r 








.. . .OLLlfr deed 


.... 5 

2l 




. 


POORE . . . . 




* *f 

2 






PUMFRETT 




.... _) 






PHELOMY 










PHILLIPPS 


WILLIAM 5 acre 2 Neg' a 


1273 


.. 12 


291 








61- 


-2 



4 3 4 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



QUIGGEN.... 

RlCHBELL . . 
RlSLEY 


Q 

TOTTM 


acres 
Land 

.. 12 

acres 
Land 

SIS 
..148 

.. 50 
75 

7 

.. 47 

.. 10 

33 
.. 45 
44 


w" Seruants 


Neg' 

6 

Neg 1 ' 

140 
. . 04 

....13 
.... 2 

. 3 
....13 
.... 7 

.... 10 
....12 
2 

.... 8 


R 


w" Seruants 
.... I 

\ 




RUSHBROOK 
RODMAN .... 


. . HENRY 


. . SARAH 


RODMAN . . . . 







RODMAN. . . 


. .JOHN Junio' .... 


RICHARDS .. 
RICHARDSON 
RYCRAFT 


TOHTJ 




. . MARY 





* 


. .SARAH 


RICHARDSON 
REYNOLD . . 
ROBINSON . . 
ROBINSON .. 
ROGERS . . . . 




..JEAN Widdow . . 
THOMAS . . 


.. 10 

.. 12} 

.. 124 

.. 15 
....8 
.. 10 
.. 17 
.... i 




O 

. * . 6 
.... 3 
.... 8 


. . ROBERT 




. .JOHN 




RAWLINES . . 


. .JOHN 




. . ELIZABETH 




.... 3 
.... 7 
.... 6 


RICHARDSON 
ROBINSON . . 


. .GEORGE 











ROBINSON . . 
RAINSFORD . 


.WILLIAM 




.... 3 
.... i 


. .JOHN 


...-3 

5 
. . 10 

.. ..2 

.. 44 
.. 10 
....7 

.. IO 

.... I 




. .TEAGUE 






..TEAGUE Jun'. . . . 




t 
.... i 

IO 


RYCORD .... 






RUCK 






REDMAN .... 


. . RICHARD 




ROBINSON . . 
RENTFREE . . 


. . EDWARD 






. . ROBERT 






. .ALLEXAND' 




















PARISH REGISTERS. 



485 



SCAWELL .. i 

[or SEAWELL] ) 
SEARL 


S 
RICH Esqu' 
.JOHN Esqu' .... 


acres 
Land 

550 
365 


w" Seruants 

8 

.... 1 1 


Neg' 1 

.. 2O6 
.. 184 


SILUESTER . . . 




1 80 


.... i 


.... 40 


SCOTT 


.BENIAMIN 


..108 


.... 2 


41 


SHURLAND . . 


JOHN 


.. 30 


. . . .OO 


... .12 


STANFORD . . . 


. ROBERT 


.. 27 




.... 9 




ELIZABETH 


S 




.... 6 


^TFPTTF'N'c; 


TOTTM 


5 






SHELTON 


.SAMUELL ...... 


,...l| 


.... 2 


3 


STRODE ..... 


.HENRY 


.. 30 




.. . .32 


STRAWNE .... 


.HENRY 


....5 




2 




.GEORGE 


.. 10 




.... 6 


SIMPSON 


.JAMES 


....ii 




.... i 


SPEGHT 


.WILLIAM 


.. 22 




... .21 




.ELIZABETH 


.. 36 




. . . . IQ 


DMITRI TMP 


"P ORFRT 








Q A r\r r- T> 


TT-TO\T AQ 


. . 21 






SLANY . 


ANTHONY 










.JOHN 


. . 2O 




.... ) 


SKAROS 


.GEORGE 


5 






SPAROWHAWK 


JAMES 


. .<; 




.... i 


STRODE 


.MARGRETT 




. . I 


--.. 4 


SPENCER 


. JOHN 


. . 23 




.... 4 


SAUNDERSON. 


.JOHN 


. , . .4 




.... 7 


SLAUGHTER . 


. THOM\S ........ 


. . a 




.... i 


STUDDY 


.T.HOMAS 


8 


*' 


.... 2 






6 


* 


.... 3 


SCRUTTON [or 


STRUTTON] .. JOHN 


-...S 








SAWYER 


. MARGARETT .... 


. . 10 






SNIPE 


JOHN 







^ 


SHORE 


. RICHARD 


. 10 







4 86 



PARISH REGISTERS. 





acres 
Land. 

. . IO 


w" Scruants 


Neg' 


SAUNDERSON.. ROBERT 


.... 5 












_ 




1511 


....25 


615 


T 


acres 
Land. 

. . 40 


w" Seruants. 


Xeg- 
. . . . IO 


TROWELL PHILLIPP 


34 




... .21 


TYLER ROBERT 


. . 21 






TAYLOR . . . . . .JOHN 


. . 12 




.... 6 


THOMPSON TOHV 


8 






THOROWGOOD THOMAS 


.... i 


.... I 


.... i 


TERRILL SAMUELL 


3! 




i.i. 2 


TUBES EDWARD . 


, 71 






TILNEY THOMAS 


' ' / 1 

. . 10 




.... I 


THOMAS THOMPSON 


8 




.... I 


THISTLETIIWAITE . . PETER 

TlCHBOURN WlNNEFRED 


....8 
.. 17 
.... i 




* 


.... T 

.... 6 
.... i 










V 

VINTON [or VNITON] ..THOMAS . . 
VFFORD ..JOHN 


I7*i 

acres 
Land 

.. 17 

. . <; 


.... I 

AV U Seruants 
. . 


.. 58 

Neg' 1 

.... 9 










W 


.. 22 

acres 
Land 

. . 2O 


* 
\v" Seruants 


.. .. 9 

Neg' 1 

.... 6 




. . 60 





.... 8 


WALTERS ....CHRISTOI-H' .. 


..112 
... .5 





....28 











PARISH REGISTERS. 



487 



\A7t3 TflHT 


VVir T T A\T 


acres 
Laud 

... .2 


w" Serumits 


Neg' 


WALROND . . . 




340 


18 


170 


WASLEY 


.JOHN 


... .1 






\VATTKINES 


THOMAS . . . 


. . IO 






WEBSTER . . . 


.JOHN 


. <> 




.... I 


WISE 


CHRISTOPH" 


IQ 






WILLIAMS . . . 


. RICHARD ........ 


. .406 


.... 2 


. . 2OO 


WRIGHT 




. . 4O 


.... 4 


, 7 


WARNER . . . . . 


.STEPHEN 


.. 18 




1 1 


WATT 


.DAUID. 


. . 10 




in 


WILSON 


.ANTHONY 


6 






WHITE 




, I* 




6 


WILSON .... 


. EDWARD 








WILSON .... 


, .CHARLES 


. . 2O 




.... 4 

6 


WILSON 


.CHARLES Junio'.. 


C 








.RICHARD 


.... 5 
,. 2 l 










! 

->l 








. . WILLIAM 


*s 

T/1 










J 4 






WELLS 


..JOHN 


. . . .y 

e 






WILSON .... 


. . MARGARETT .... 


.... 5 






WARD 


..RICHARD 









WADDINE . . . 


.THOMAS 


-> 






WYATT .... 


. CHRISTOPH* .... 








WHITEHEAD 


.Tiio: deed 


o e 





... 6 


WALTON .... 


..RICHARD 


. . ^5 




2 
















III2 


24 


492 












Total of 
Inhabitants 


J4io 









4 88 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



The Sum Totall of Euery Lott Conteined in y e w th in 
List Alphabettically Drawne and Cast upp att y e Foote 



acres Land 
I2 97 8| 



w" Seru" 1 



Negros 
4723 



JNo KENNEY 

RICH ELLIOTT j Church Wardens 

JNo ADAMS J 



BARBADOS 

j|N Extract from y e Register of Christ Church of y e Christnings 
within ye Said Parish from March y e 25: 78. to y e 29 th : of 7b r : 79 



Anno Dom. 1678 
Aprill. 

JANE y e Daughter of THOMAS and JANE WITHERING was bap' y e : 
GRISSEL ye Daughter of TIMOTHY and MARY HUDLEY was bapt y e : 

June 
MARGRET ye Daughter of WILLIAM and MARY WALTON was bap 1 y c : 

July 

THOMAS y e Sonn of CORNELIUS and MARGRET STAPONS bap' 
THOMAS y e Sonn of NICOLAS and MARIE CLARE ............ bap' 

August 

MARY y e Daughter of HUMPHREY and ELIZABETH BALL bap 4 
MARY ye Daughter of WILLIAM and MABELL HOWARD bap' 
JOAN y Daughter of BENJ A and KATHERINE FINCH bap 1 y^: 
RICHARD ye Sonn of THOMAS and ELIZABETH HASELWOOD bap* y: 



26"' 
27* 



y e : 

ye; 

y c : 
ye; 



26 th 



PARISH REGISTERS. 489 

1678 

JOHN ye Sonn of THOMAS and ELIZABETH SERLE bap' y e : 3o' h 

MARY y e [sic] of JOHN and MABELL GITTINGS of y e Age of 
Eighteen years and Seaven moneths was bap 1 in y e P'sence > y e : 31 th 
of EDWARD WASSON and ANNE PACKSON Wittnesses . .. ) 



September 

NICOLAS y e Sonn of HUGH and MARY MORRICE was bap 1 y e : 8 th 
MARY y e Daughter of DOWGALL and MARY CAMPBELL bap' y e : 8 th 
FRANCIS ye Sonn of JOHN and ANN HANSON was bap' y e : i9' h 

ROBERT ye Sonn of ROBERT and MARY STANFORD was bap' ye; 24 th 
JOHN y e Sonn of JOHN and ABIGAILL COLLINS was bap' y e : 29 th 

October 

CHRISTOPHER y e Son of JOHN and ANNE SNIPE was bap' ye 13* 

WILLIAM ye Son of JOHN and MARGERY HINCH was bap' y e : 20 th 

LANCELOTT ye Son of LANCELOT and MARY THOMPSON bap' ye 2o th 

JANE y e Daughter of W" and ELIANOR DA VIES was bap' y e 24 th 
MACHELL y e Daughter of EDWARD and MACHELL ALSOPE bap' y e 



November 

RICHARD ye Sonn of RICHARD and MARY BRIDGESTOCK bap' y e io th 
ISABELL ye Daughter of ROBERT and KATHERINE CHURCH bap' y e 17"' 
MARTHA y e Daughter of JAMES and HANNA ANDERSON bap' y e 24 th 
W" y e Son of OBAH a Christian Negroe Woman was bap' y e 24 th 

SUSANNA a Negroe Woman of JOHN OSBOURN'S was bap' y e 24 th 

whose vndertakers were HERBERT GRIFFITH, ANN KELLY, and 

ELIZ: WATKINS 
W" y e Son of y e Said SUSANNA, whose vndertakers were RALPH 

BRETTON, and EDWARD PRICE, and MARY SMITH was baptized y e 24 th 
MARTHA a Moletto Daughter of y e s d Jo" OsBURN and SUSANNA 

bap' y e 24 th 
THEOPHILUS ye Son of RICHARD and ELIZABETH LUCAS was 

baptized y e 26 th 

ALEXANDER ye Sonn of THOMAS and ANN IRELAND was bap' ye 28 th 

62 



490 PARISH REGISTERS. 

1678 

MARGRET y c Daughter of ROBERT and ELIZABETH BRADLY 

was bap' y c : 28 th 
MARY y<= Daughter of ROBERT and ELIZABETH JONES was bap' ye 28 th 

December 

SARAH ye Daughter of GEORGE and ELYY HARE was bap' y c p' 

GRACE y e Daughter of OLIVER and GRACE PIKE was bap* y e : io' h 

ANNE y e Daughter of JOHN and SUSANNA WEBSTER was bap 1 y r; 1 ' 1 
RICHARD ye Sonn of ZACHARIE and ELIZABETH HARRIS was 

bap' ye 26"' 
MARY y e Daughter of W M and MARY PHILLIPS was bap 1 y e 30"' 

January 167! 

JOB y e Son of WALTER and DOROTHY HART of about. -, 
22. years of Age his Chosen wittnesses WALTER HART I bap' y<= 2^ 
and THOMAS HAYES ) 

CHARITY y e Daughter of WALTER and DOROTHY HART , 
of about 19 years of Age whose Wittnesses were / 
WALTER HART THOMAS HAYES and ELIZABETH f ba P l X e 2<t 
JEWSON and JANE HAYES ' 

ELIZABETH of y e age of 8 years, and KATHERINE of y c \ 
Age of Seaven years and AMARINZIA of y e Age of 5 / 
years, and BENJ A of ye Age of 7 moneths, all children f 
of BERNARD and ELIZABETH SCHENCKINGH were bap' ' 

ELIZABETH ye Daughter of NATHANIEL and ANN 
RlDGEWAY of y e Age: Ii : years was bap' y e 4 th 

JOHN y e Sonn of ROBERT and ANNE SNELLIN was bap 1 y e / th 

ELIZABETH y e Daughter of WILLIAM and ANNE MERCER 

was bap' y c 19 th 

PHILOCLEON y Daughter of RICHARD and JANE GREENIDGE 

was bap 1 y e 2 1 th 

CHRISTOPHER ye Sonn [of] CHRISTOPHER and ANNBuLLwas bap' ye 22"' 

ARTHUR y e Son of ARTHUR and SUSANNA NUSUM was bap' ye 22 th 



PARISH REGISTERS. 491 

February. 
i<57f 

MARY of y e Age of 5 years and 6 moneths, and HENRY \ 
the Age of 4 months, Daughter and Son of JAMES and V bap* y e 13 th 
MARY SIMSON .................................... . ........ were-' 

JOHN y e Son of DANIELL and MIRIAM MAGRAUHAN was bap' y e i8 th 
KATHERINE ye Daughter of RICHARD and ELIZABETH 

CAREW was bap 1 y e 28 th 
ANTHONY y e Sonn of GEORGE and MARY RICHARDSON was bap 1 y e 28 th 

March 

ANNA y e Daughter of PETER and MARY JARRET was bap' y e 7 th 
ANNE y e Daughter of RICHARD and ANNE FERRYMAN bap' ye i i'h 
SAMUELL y e Sonn of JAMES and ELIZABETH MADDER was bap' y e 12 th 
JN the Sonn of JOHN and MARY BYNO .................. was bap' y e i3"> 

LUCY of y e Age of 2 years and Six rnoneths, and ANTHONY \ 
ten dayes old, Daughter and Son of ANTHONY and MABELL V y e 13 th 
HARRIS ................. ..................................... were bap') 

CONRAD ye Son of CONRAD and ELIZABETH ADAMS... was bap' y c 23 th 
ROBERT y e Son of ROBERT and REBECCA HANSON ...was bap' y e 23 th 
ELIZABETH ye Daughter of W M and MARIE SPEIGHTS was bap' y e 



Aprill 

JAMES ye Son of HENRY and SUSANNA CHRUCTHLOE was bap 1 ye 4^ 
ELIZABETH ye Daughter of PEREGRINE and ISABELL GUARD 

was bap' ye 6 th 
ELENOR y e Daughter of ALEXANDER and ELENOR OSBOURN 

was bap' ye ig'h 
JNO ye Sonn of JOHN and LOWRIE SPENLOVE ........... was bap' ye 26 th 

JAMES y e Sonn of PATRICK and JANE OHAIN (or OHANI) was bap' ye 26 th 
KATHERINE y e Daughter of ISAAC and SUSANNA RAGG was bap' ye 26 th 

May 

MARY ye Daughter of JN and HESTER ADAMS ...... was bap ye 3d 

62 2 



492 PARISH REGISTERS. 



1679 

WILLIAM ye Son of WILLIAM and ANN BRIDGESTOCK was bap' y e i i th 

JOHN the Son of JAMES and MARY HOLMES was bap' y e is th 

WILLIAM y<= Son of MARGARET COOK Widdow was bap' y e 14 th 

June 

ELIZABETH ye Daughter of SMITHY and MARTHA MATSON 

was bap' y e 14 th 
JAMES the Sonn of JOHN and MARY JELPII was bap' y e 29 th 

July 

JAMES y e Son of JAMES and ANGELETTA OISTINS ... was bap' y e 2 d 
SUSANNA y e Daughter of JOHN and ELIZABETH GASELEE was bap' y e 3 d 
EDWARD y e Son of STEPHEN and MARGRET CHASE was bap' y e 8 th 

GEORGE y e Son of GEORGE and ANN GILES was bap' y e 8 th 

NICOLAS y e Son of NICOLAS BIDLECOMB by a Negroe Woman 

was bap' y e 9 th 
ANNE ye Daughter of JN and ANNE CREED was bap' y e 13 th 

August 

JOHN ye Son of JOHN and ANNE DANIELL was bap' y e 7 th 

MARY ye Daughter of ROGER and MARY CLARKE ... was bap' y e 7 th 

JOHN y Son of JOHN and ELIZABETH SMITH was bap' ye 28 th 

DANIELL ye Son of DARBY and ELIZABETH MALLONEE was bap' ye i7 th 
THOMAS y c Son of OWEN and JOAN MALLONEE was bap 1 y e 3i th 

September 

WILLIAM of ye Age often moneths Son of WILLIAM and FRANCES 

SMITH bap' ye 3 d 

WILLIAM ye Son of W M and ELIZABETH WOODFINE was bap' ye 7^ 
SAMUEL of y e Age of 7 months Son of DAVID and JANE ARNET. 

was bap' y e 9"' 

KATHERINE ye Daughter of TEAGE and KATHERINE KEYZAR 

was bap 1 ye 9 th 



PARISH REGISTERS. 493 

1679 

ANNE y e Daughter of JOHN and KATHARINE ROGERS was bap' y e 15 th 

W M ye Son of WILLIAM and JOAN COLE was bap 1 y e * th 

WALTER ye Son of RICHARD and CHARITY HICKMAN was bapt y c 25* 
DAVERS ye Son of RICHARD and ELIZABETH SEAWELL was bapt ye 26 th 

October 

THOMAS ye Son of THOMAS and ELIZABETH HUGHS . was bap 1 y e i3"> 

JOHN ye son of JOHN and SUSANNA MERICK was bapt y e jgth 

JOHN y e Sonn of JOHN and MARY BUNNYON was bap 1 y e i6 th 

ELIZABETH y e Daughter of JAMES and REBECCA CRUTCHLOE 

was bap 1 y e 17 



Total 93f JN KENNEY N 

RICH: ELLIOTT I Church Wardens 
JN: ADAMS J 



BARBADOS 

|N Extract from ye Register of Christ Church of ye Burialls w th in 

y e Said Parish from March y e 25 th 1678. to September y e 29* 

1679 

Anno Doin 1678 
May 



JOHN ye Son of JOHN MARKLAND buried ye 31"' 

June 

ANNANIAS MAN Senio' buried y e 4 th 

MARY y e Wife of W M HALLUM buried y e 17^ 

JANE BRYAN buried y e 2o th 

WILLIAM HARGROVE buried 

* Date doubtful, owing to the orig. MS. being split, 
t Jit should be 98.] 



494 PARISH REGISTERS. 

July 

1678 

FRANCIS y e Wife of JOHN STONE buried y c 

WILLIAM LEIGH buried y e 19"' 

JANE y e Wife of JOHN COPPIN buried y e 2g th 

August 

JOHN ARCH buried y c 5' h 

JANE the Daughter of THOMAS and ELIZABETH HASELWOOD bur y 26 th 
CHARLES the Son of THOMAS and ANNE IRELAND buried y e 30"' 

SeptemU 

MAJ' RICHARD GRAY buried y e io th 

HESTER the Wife of JN PEERSE Esq' buried y e 15 th 

October 

JOSHUAH CHAPPELL buried y e 5 th 

THOMAS CRAWFORD buried y e 2i th 

KATHERINE the Wife of W M HORNIOLDE buried y e 28 lh 

November 

SIMON REYNOLDS buried y e 2 d 

CHARLES y e Son of JOHN and ELIZABETH BURTON buried y e 28 th 

GEORGE STRODE was buried ye 29 th 

DecemV 
ARTHUR y e Son of ARTHUR and SUSANNA NUSUM buried ye 28^ 

January 167! 

MARGARET OLIVER buried ye 29 th 

JANE y e Wife of JN THOMPSON buried y 31^ 

MABEEL the Wife of ZACHARIAH HARRIS buried ye 3 ith 



PARISH REGISTERS. 495 



February 

STEPHEN SMITH ................................................... buried y e 8 th 

JOHN BUSSIE ...................................................... buried y e 9 th 

JOHN BURTON Junio' ............................................. buried y e io th 

EDWARD ADDISON Junio' ....................................... buried y e io th 

JN BURTON Senio' ................................... ............ buried y e 13 th 

JOHN and his Wife JANE LITTLE .............................. buried y e 13 th 

CHRISTIAN a Negroe Servant of MAJ' KINGSLANDS ...... buried y e 13 th 

JOHN HOLMES ...................................................... buried y c 15"' 

WILLIAM KENDALL ............................................. buried y e i8 (h 

DELIVERANCE ADDISON .......................................... buried y e i8'h 

CHRISTOPHER CLANCY .......................................... buried y e i8'h 

JANE the Wife of EDWARD MARSON ........................ buried y e 26 th 

March 
W M COOK ............................................................ buried y e 2 d 

S' ROBERT RACKET ............................................. buried y e 3 d 

Aprill 

HENRY HARDING ................................................ buried y e 2i th 

OLIVER PIKE ...................................................... buried y e 22 th 

REBECCA POTTER ................................................ buried y e 23 th 

SARAH y e Daughter of ALEXANDER and MARY BLOWDEN buried y e 26 th 

May 
SUSANNA y e Wife of HENRY HOLMES ........................ buried y e i; th 

June 

DAVID ROBINSON ................................................ buried y e io th 

MATHEW GORMON ................................................ buried y e 23 th 

JAMES y e Son of JOHN JELPH ................................. buried y e 24 th 

THOMAS CHESTER ............................................... buried y e 30"' 



e 



496 PARISH REGISTERS. 

1679 

July 

PETER ALSOPE ...................................................... buried y e 

JOHN BASHFORD .................................................. buried y c 3 d 

WILLIAM SILCOMB ................................................ buried ye 5^ 

EDWARD the Sonn of STEPHEN and MARGRET CHASE... buried y e 9 th 
ANTHONY RICHARDSON ............................... .......... buried y e i3 th 

HENRY HOLMES ................................................... buried y e 22 th 

RICHARD BEDFORD ................................................ buried y e 23"' 

MARTHA CAULDWALL ................................... .......... buried y c 28 th 

Artgus t 

MICHAELL CLARK ................................................ buried y e 5<i> 

DOROTHY CALLAHAN ............................................. buried y e 10"' 

MACHELL y e Daughter of EDWARD ALSOPE ............... buried y e 19"' 

September 
SAMUELL y e Son of Cap' DAVID, and JANE ARNET ...... buried y e i3 tl > 

JN KENNEY 

RICH : ELLIOTT i Church Wardens. 

JN : ADAMS 



BARBADOS 

|N account of all the Persons who have been baptized within the 
Parish of S l James since the 25"" of March 1678 to the 29 th of 
September 1679 

1678 May 23 ELIZABETH y e Daughter of THOMAS SERTAIN 
August ii ELIZABETH y e Daughter of DAVID POOR 
Aug 17 MARY ye Daughter of FRANCIS WALTHO 
Aug 25 ANNE ye Daughter of JAMES WALWYN Esq' 

Septemb i JOAN y e 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 y<= Son of JOHN LEECH 
Oct 15 GEORGE ye Son of JOHN LEECH 
Oct 15 SUSANNA ye Daughter of JOHN LEECH 
Oct 1 5 WILLIAM y e 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 y e Daughter of RICHARD CHOM 

December 8 HENRY ye Son of M r WILLIAM CHESTER 
February 23 DORCAS y e Daughter of HENRY WRIGHT 

1679 August 24 PIERCE ye Son of HENRY WATTY 

Aug 27 ANDREW ye Son of L l Colt ANDREW AFFLECK 
September 5 JOHN the Son of M r JOHN HOOKER 
Sept 25 THOMAS y e Son of JOHN DANIEL Esq'. 

Concordat cu Registro 
C. LEGARD 

vicarius ibid 

Baptized in the Parish 
of S l James since y e 
25 th of march 1678 
to y e 29 of Septemb 1679 > 



BARBADOS 

JIN ace' of all the Persons that have been buried within the Parish 

of S l James since the 25 of March 1678 to the 29 of September 

1679 

1678 March 28 MATTHEW y son of MATTHEW PEDDER 

63 




49 8 PARISH REGISTERS. 

Burialls 

1678 Aprill 8 RALFII ye son of M r JOHN HOOKER 
Apr 13 HENRY YATES 
April 29 JOHN HUDSON who was casually drownd 

6 ELEANOR PAYN 

7 ELIAS WILLIAMS 

8 MARY y Daughter of JOHN SLAUGHTER 
23 ROBERT BELL 
31 JOHN THOMAS 

June i NICOLAS LAWRENCE of S t Thomas's Parish 
June 27 MARY SLATE, Serv 1 to Cap' JOSIAS Cox 

July i MATTHEW WHETTY 
July 3 MARY DRISKELL 
July 10 JOHN OSDELL 

i 

September 4 DAVID CALLAHONE 

Sept 1 6 JOHN SPARKE Esq' 

Sept 1 8 JOAN ye Wife of RALPH CARR 

October 9 MARY y e Daughter of RICHARD MIDDLETON 
Octob 14 Cap t ROBERT ARUNDELL 
Octob 16 WILLIAM LINCKLATE, serv< to Judge REID 
Octob 30 JOHN DOWNS 

Novemb i ALEXANDER ROBINSON 
Novem 4 JOHN NlCOLLS 
Nov 14 ELIZABETH COOK. 



December i MICHAEL y e Son of JAMES GOFFE 
Decemb 22 JOHN SEATON 
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 y c Wife of THOMAS WALTER 

July 14 JAMES INNIS 

July 22 TOBIAS PAYNE 

July 27 JOHN yc son of M r JOHN BATT 

July 29 OWEN COLLOHONE 



August 6 ANTHONY STEERMAN 

Agu 7 JOHN ARMITAGE of the Parish of S l Peters who 

was casually drowned 
August 19 FRANCIS BEARNE 
Sept 6 JOHN ye Son of M r JOHN HOOKER 

Sept 7 JAMES ye Son of ALEXANDER MURREY 
Sept 8 CORNELIUS ye Son of DEARMAN DRISKELL 
Sept 1 1 JAMES PURSLEY 
Sept 22 ELIZABETH y= Wife of WILLIAM SPENCE 



Buried in ye Parish of St 
James from y e 25 of March 1678 
to y e 29 of September 1679 



Concordat cu Registro 
C LEGARD vicarius 
ibid 



[indorsed] BARBADOS 



Acco* of Christnings 23. 

Burials 44. 

in S' James Parish. 
Rec d 3 d June 1680. 



632 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



JNN: Acco 1 : of the: land As Itt: Stondeth: In y<? 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 2od December 1679 



A 
AFLICK: ANDREW; Leu 1 Coft 


Seru 11 ,, 


land,, 

.... Q(J 


Neg' 1 ,, 
. . 7O 








. . . ./VJ 

. 7 








2 


















B. 




.. 228 








. . 1 20 


.... 67 








. .11 
















2 






. .AQ 


.... 17 


BALAM* CHARLES Cap' 




..78 


. 22 








7 








... / 


BISSEX WILLIAM m' 




. Q 


A 






. . . y 

. . . . 10 


.... if 
I t 


















BlGGNELL W M Very pore 








BALL: JOHN Dec d his Widdow is pore 





.... 3 


.... I 


C 




1 20 


. .Ai 


Cox: IOSIAS: Cap'.. 


. 


247 


. . .^5 

122 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



CHAMBERLAINE: FRANCIS- Cap' ... . 


Seru",, 


land,, 
.... 2O 


Ncg',, 

....16 


COLLINGS: JAMES 


-? 


121 


.... 10 


CHACE JOHN 






8 






.. .,16 


8 


COURTYERE GEORGE 






.... 8 


CAMERRAME JOHN . .... 




mAZ 




CHAPEMAN RICHARD 


.... I 










"* 












CUTA MATHEW: DAY: THOMAS: 




6 








. c 












D. 






,.te 






.. 57 


.... 60 


DYER: WILLIAM Dec d his Estates 


.... 6 


317 


.. I2O 

.... 16 






8 








.. ..18 


. i 








. . . . j 








. . i 


















E 




171 


78 






/ l 

176 








i/\j 


o 










F. 
FEAKE: HENRY 


.... 8 


: 2AS 


T -7O 


FITTE: ROBERT: . 






. . IA. 



S 02 



PARISH REGISTERS. 



FOSTER: ROBERT' Docto' 


Seru",, 


Land,, 
. 7 


Negrs 

c 








.... ^ 
.... I 










FEAK RICHARD for: NATHfh WILLIAM- 
















FREEMAN WILLIAM pore 




. } 












G 




17 A. 


... 69 


























GRAVE: WILLIAM 




6 


.... 2 
















.... 2 


















GARNER' MILLER & Comp a pore . . . 




. A 












H 




, I 24. 


. . 52 




.... 3 


.... 6"O 


... .50 














.... 6 


. 7 








A. 








.... 1 






6 








IOO 


. . 32 


HOLDER: JOHN' Jun' .. 




..08 




HOPEKINGS SAMUELL 






.... 3 


HILL JOHN.. 









PARISH REGISTERS. 



503 



HOUSFEILD JOHN pore 


Seiu" 


Land 


Ncgros 


HARRISON: ABRAHAM 
















: I : 
JEFFORDS: ELIZ A 








JOHN JOHNSON 
















K 
KNIGHTS BENJ A : Esq r 




300 




KELLEY: ROB T : 




6? 


ISO 


KING ROB T 






37 


KNATCHBULL JOHN , 






.... 3 


KENN MATHEW Docto' 




T C 


3 


KELLEY JOHN 




.... 1^ 


9 


KNIGHTINGALL NATHANIELL pore ... 


o 


.... 4 




KANTY: DARBY pore. . . , 
















L. 
LITTLETON: EDWARD: Esq r 




2f\# 




LANE ANTHONY Cap' .... 




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JHILDREN Baptized in ye : Parrish of S' Johns from ye 25 th day 
of March 1678 to the 29* day of Sep: 1679 Accordinge to the 
parrish Register 

1678 



March 
May 



June 






31 

12 
26 
20 

21 

25 

October 3 

20 

November 3 



24 



26 



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 r JOHN VAUGHAN 
KATHARINE, Daughter of JOHN PEIRCE 
THOMAS, Sonne of THOMAS ROOME 

64 2 



S o8 PARISH XEGISJERS. 



1678 December 9 ELIZABETH, Daughter of Docter JAMES KEITH 

27 ANTHONY, Sonne of WILLIAM SHOREY 
1679 



Aprell- 13 THOMAS & J ^ & ^ g ^ Q{ JQHN 



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 & ) Sonns of Mr JAMS PEMBERTON 

CHARLES J 

September 4 LEOLIN, Sonn of LEOLIN LLOYD 

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, I2O 

Abbs, Edward, 124 
Abby, Jo., 35 
Abdy, Mathew, 98 
Abo-Cromby, Mr., 310 
Abof, Isack, 449 
ADraham, Agnus, 348 

, William, 436 

Abrock, Jo., Ill 
Absolon, Geo., 132 
Abudient, Abraham, 349 
Ackland, George, 187, 250 

, Mary, 187, 250 

(or Aukland), Robert, 

267 

, Tho., 313 

Acklin, Daniell, 414 

, Jo., 50 

Adam, John, 473 
Adams, see also Addams 

' , Andrew, 102 

, Conrad (or Conradt), 

473. 49' 

, Dorothie, 107 

, Edward, 337, 329 

alias Adamson, Elisa- 



beth, 431 

, Elizabeth, 491 

, George, 348 

, Hester. 491 

, John, 51, 316*. 327, 

3 2 9- 342. 488, 49', 493. 496 
alias Adamson, John, 



431 



. Mary, 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, 308 



Adamson, see also Addamson 

- , Elisabeth Adams, 
alias, 431 

-- , George, 347 

, John Adams, alias, 

43' 

- , Richard, 331 
Adaudly, Margaret, 428 
Addams, see also Adams 

- , Ambross, 443 

- , Ann, 174, 223 
, Robert, 239 



Addamson, set also Adamson 
, Richard, 



Adderford, Lawrence, 128 
Addice, Edward, 473 
Addis, John Orphant, 473 
Addison, Deliverance, 495 

, Edward, Junr., 495 

, Mathew, 128 

, Thomas, 184 



Aden, Luke, 187 

Aclson, Georg, 432 

Adward's, Robert, 192 

Ady, John, 365 

Aflick (or Affleck), Andrew, 

497, 500 
Aires, see 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 
Alborn, Edward, 171 
Alburie, William, 133 
Alcocke, Frauncis, 300 
Alcorn (or Alchorne), John, 

338, 473 

Aldburgh, John, 278 
Aldcock, Annis, 98 
Alder. Richard, 174 
Allerley, Richard, 122 
Alderman, Grace, 105 
Aldersey, Samuel, 158 
Alderson, Thomas, 349 
Alderton, \Vm., 114 
Aldin, Edward, 133 

, George, 121 

Aldon, Richard, 240 

Aldred, Robert, 84 

Aldridg (or Aldridge), Robert, 

236, 429 

Aldsworth, Bartho., 451 
Aldwell, Katherin, 138 
Aldworth, Edward, 86 
, Eliz., 133 



AJemby, William, 343, see Al- 

lamby 

Aleworth, Edward, 86 
Alexander, Sir William, 158, 

'59 

, William, 335 

Alford, Nico., 135 

, Richard, 232, 446 



Alimbridge, sec Alambridge 
Alington, Giles, 273 
Alis, Protherock, 37 
Alkynn, Sampson, 137 
Allamby, William, 338, see Al- 

emby 

Allambridge, see Alambridge 
Allcott, Elizabeth, 113 
Allen, see also Allin, and Allyn 

,178 

, Abell, 343 

, Anne, 90 



INDEX. 



Allen, Elisabeth, 423 

, Grissel, 433 

, Jacob, 423, 451, see 

Ailing 
, John, 90, 465 

(or Aliens), John, 327 

, Jone, 425 

, Priscilla, 423 

, Regnald, 298 

, Richard, 328, 336, 340 

, Samuel, 165* 

, Thomas, 326, 327, 329, 

33. 398 
, William, 183, 217, 307, 

465 
Aliens (or Allen), John, 327 

, Richard, 327 

Allerton, George, 80 

Alley, Hugh, 97 

Alleyne, Abbll [Abell], 469 

Alliday, Jo., 52 

Allin, see aha 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 
Allington, William, Lord, 162 
Allinson, Andrew, 194 

, Wm., 114 

Allis, Richard, 150 
Allison. Thomas, 348 
Allumby (or Alumby), Thomas, 

355! 39i 
Allyn, see 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 

Alsop (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 Allumby 
Alxarson, Anne, 289 
, Marey, 289 



Ambrose, 242 

, Isack, 113 



Ames, Joane, 294 

, John, 294 

, Ruth, 294 

, William, 294 

Analin (or Avalin), Abram, 

189, see Avelin, &c. 
Anderson, Adam, 473 

, Hanna, 489 

, James, 41, 489 

. Jo-. 35. 74 

, Margret, 348 

, Martha, 489 

, Richard, 85, 102, 1 1 7 

, Robert, 70 

, Roger, 442 

, Thomas, 37, 473 

.William, 75,436, 473 



Andrew, 428 

, Anthony, 194 

Andrews, Andrewes, Ann- 

drews, Androwe, Androwes 

, Anto., 113 

, Charles, 468 

, Elizabeth, 60 

, Euen, 500 

, James, 434 

, Jane, 60 

, Joachim (or Joakin), 

221, 271 

, Jocomb, 174 

, John, 316*, 317* 

, 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 
, W 7 illiam, 264 



Angelo (Negroes), 174, 224 
Anley, Nathan, IO2 
Anmer, Henry, 36 
Ann (a maid) 173 



Anndrews, see Andrews 
Anthony (or Anthonie) 
, Anthony, 451 

, John, 258 

(Negro), 172, 182, 185 

Antonio (Negro), 241 
Antony (Antoney, or Antonys) 

, Arthur, 269 

, Henry, 142 

(Negro), 244 

, Walter, 8 1 



Antor, Allexander, 451 
Antrobuss, Joan, 45 
Antunes, Gabriell, 450 
Apleby, see Appleby 
Apleton, see Appleton 
Aplewhite (or Applewhite) 

, Henry, 352, 400 

., Mrs. , 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., 138 
Archer, Hugh, 442 

, Jo., 116 

, Joseph, 193 



Ard, James, 453 
Ardinton, Edmond, 116 
Are, Sarah, 349 
Argall, Sir Samuell, 2l8, 270 
Aris, John, 80, 347 
Armestronge, see Armstrong 
Armitage (or Armetage) 

, Henry, 347 

, John, 499 



, Thomas, 140 



Arnisby, Jo., I2O 
Armstrong (or Armestronge) 

, 243 

, Ann, 348 

, Henry, 102 

, Jocky, 194 

, Katherin, 82 



Army, John, 184, 242 
Arndell, John, 261 

, Peeler, 262 

Amet (or Arnett) 
, David, 473, 492, 496 

, Jane, 492, 496 

, Patrick, 473 

, Samuel, 492, 496 

Arnold, Ann, 98 

, Benedict, 163 

, James, in 



INDEX. 



Arnold, Jesper, -98 
, Robert, I2O 

, Tho., 39, 79 

Aron, Abraham Burges, 449 
Arp, Jo., 103 
Arras, Nichols, 180 
Arres, Samuell, 289 
Arrobas, Moses, 450 
Arthur, 434 

, John, 303 

, Katherinc, 348 

, Mathew, 153 

, Michaell, 473 

Arundel (or Arrundell) 

, Elizabeth, 184, 222 

, John, 184 

, Margreat (or Margrett), 

184, 215 

, Tetter, 184, 274 

, Richard, 173, 222 

, Robert, 498 

, William, 94 

Ascam, Abigaile, 225, see Long- 
man 

, Peeler, 225 

Ascomb (or Ascombe) 

, Abigail, 175 

, Goodman, 191 

, John, 188 

, Mary, 175 

Aser, see Asser 
Ash, Christo., 194 

, Edward, 38 

, Richard, 141 
Ashbey, Abraham, 89 

, Alee, 89 

, Hanna, 89 

, Jeremy, 89 

, Mary, 89 f 

, 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, 160* 
Ashmore, Anthony, 141 
Ashon, George, 102 
Ashton, Alice, 123 

, Henry, 160 

Ashurst, Beniamin, 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 

, Win., 52 

Astwood, Jo., 46 

Atherson, Jo., 63 

Atherton, Wm., 349 

Atkins (or Attkins), see Atkyns 

, Abigail, 240 

, Jane, 434 

, Jeremy (Jerrmiah, 

&c.), 33 2 . 339, 34 

, John, 182, 241 

Sir Jonathan, 162* 



460, 461, 462, 463, 464 

, Mr., 191 

, Richard, 176, 191, 240 

, Robert, 74 

, .Sarah, 450 

-, Thomas, 133, 434 



Atkinson (or Attkinson) 
Ann, 183 

Charles, 182 

Edward, 117 

Frances, 193 

Geo., 136 

James, 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 
Atterborn, George, 136 
Attkins, see Atkins 
Attkinson, see Atkinson 
Atwell, Wm., 143 
Atwood, Phillipp, 49, 59 
Attwood, Richard, 442 
Aualin, sec Avalin, Avelin, &c. 
Aubony, Thomas, 407 
Auborn, Edward, 216 
Aukland (or Ackland), Robert, 

267 

Anst, Henry, 348 
Austen, Samuell, 469 
Austin, Ann, 427 

, Edward, 83 
.John, 118, 364,427 



Austin, Richard, 298 

, Thomas, 316", 324, 

344 
Austine, John, 473 

, Robert, 174 

, Thomas, 473 

Austrian, Cornel ious, 451 

Avalin, see Avelin 

Avelin, Avalin, Aualin, or An- 

alin 
, Abram (or Abraham), 

189, 253 

, Arthur, 253 

Averie (or Avery) 

, George, 121 

, Jacob, 121 

, Jane, 468 

, John, 96, 136 



, Marie, 113 

, Mary, 349 

, Thomas, 70 



, William, 433, 468 

Avoake, John, 340 
Awbrey, Alice, 67 

, Lewes, 81 

, Peter, 67 

Awde, Samuel], 95 
Awdry, Humfrey, 126 
Awdley, Wm., 140 
Awman, John, 422 

, Margaret, 422 
Axstell, Tho., 121 
Axton, Jacob, 308 
Aymie, Wm., 84 
Aymies, Jo., 112 
Aynis, Jo., 104 
Ayres, Anna, 66 

Benjamin, 66 

Christian, 66 

Dorothy, 66 

Eliz., 126 

John, 379 

Marie, 66 

Rabecca, 66 

Sara, 66 

Symon, 66 

Tho., 66 

see Aires 

BABB, 123 

, Mr., 144 

, Tho., 1 10, 130 



Babbington, see Babington 
Babell, Hugh, 394, 403 
Baber, Francis, 283 

Tohn, 1 68 

Babington, Babbington 

, Jo., 119 

, Randall, 316* 

, Thomas, 356 



INDEX. 



Backford, Clement, 141 
Backley, Jo., 59 
Bacon, Daniell, 129 

, Edward, 71 

, George, 55, sit Mason 

, John, 55 

, Samuell, 55 

, Susan, 55 

Badcocke, Wm., 154 
Baddam, Jo., 125 
Badeley, John, 230 
Badland, John, 153 
Badston, John, 176 
Barbie, Jo., 118 
Bagford, Henry, 193 
Bagg, John, 334, 337 

, Roger, 363, 371, 372, 

380, 381, 388, 396, 406 
Baggelay, Baggley, see Bagley 
Bagget, Jane, 435 
Baglen, Thomas, 228 
Bagley, Baggley, Baggelay 

, Jo-. 37 

, Judith, 133 

I., Phillip, 104 

, Tho., I3S 

Bagin, Henry, 51 
Bagnall, John, 350 
Bagwell, Francis, 351 

, Henry, 170, 208, 268 

, Pr., 318*, 320, 323 

, Robert, 208 
, Thomas, 170, 229 
Bailife, George, 234 
Baily, John, 430 

, Mary, 271 

, Temperance, 269 

, William, 269 

, see Bailey, Baley, Baly, 

&c. 
Baines, Allice, 451 

, Robert, 193 

, Widow, 443 

, see Banes, Baynes 

Bainham, John, 270, 272, see 

Baynam 

Baker, Alexander, 69 
, Christian, 69 
, Daniell, 40 

i ', Dorothie, 96 
, Elizabeth, 69, 96, 113, 

289 

, Ellis, 101 

, Esias, 474 

, Francis, 45 

, Handgate, 1 1 1 

, James, 333, 338, 341 

, John, 67, III, 118, 194, 

262, 289,- 294, 316, 316*, 

318, 318*, 320, 324, 343 



Baker Margerie, in 

Marie, 95 

Mary, 67 

Morice, 192 

Peter, 439 

Richard, 238 

Robert, 39 

Samvell, 78 

Smith, 63 

Thomas, IOJ, 289 

William, 171, 176, 216, 

232, 240 

Bakewell, Francis, 113 

, Theodoras, III 

Bal, John, 437 

, Thomas, 427 

, set Ball 

Balam, Charles, 500 
Baldin, Jo., 106 

, Wm., 106, 117 

Balclry, Robert, I2O 

Baldwin, Baldwine, Baldwinn, 

Baldwyn, 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, 216 

, Lewis, 179 

, Mary, 205 

, Nicholas, 170, 216 

, Temperance, 210 

, Thomas, 205 

, William, 205, 268 

Ball, Elizabeth, 488 

, Geo., 81, 304 

, Good wife, 188 

, Humphrey, 488 

, James, 351 

, John, 500 

, Joseph, 351, 363, 384, 

45. 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 
Banbridge, Christo.. 116 
Henry, 114 



Banbrig (or Banbrigg), Robert, 

474, 500 

Bancks, Banckcs, 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* 
Banshott, Tho., 299 
Banton, Ivie, 213 
Banum, Elzabeth, 249 
, John, 249 



, see Baynam 

Baram, Anthony, 241 

, Elizabeth, 241 

, see Barham 
Barbe, Adrian, 199 
Barber, Ann, 186, 195 

, Francis, 79 

, Geo., 102 

, Henry, 1 86 

, Susan, 179 

, Tho., 42 

, Wm., 8 1, I V) 

Barcrofte, Jane, 150 

, John, 150 

Barcott, Symon, 86 

Bard, Tho., 113 

Bardin, Nichas., 296 

Barefoote, Tho., 103 

Barham, Anthony, 272, set 

Baram 
Barke, Francis, 193 



INDEX. 



513 



Barker, Alice, 136 

,Francis, ^121 

, Henry, 95, 176 

, John, 138, 354, 439 

, Lawrence, 112 

, Mary, 82 

, Robert, 357, 386, 413 

Steephen, 239 



, William, 

Barkly, Barkley 

, Edward, 184, 236, 267 

, Jane. 236 

Barloe, Jo., 82 

, Wm., 120 

Barlow, Henry, 180 
Baruaby, Barnabe, Barnabie 

, John, 1 88, 247 

Barnard, Humphry, 350 

, Richard, 40 

, William, 184, 241,333, 

338, 34 

Barnardo, Mrs., 1 80 
Barne, Robert, 134 
Barnes, Barns 

, Barnabie, 103 

, Edward, 51, -182 

, Elizabeth (or Elisa- 
beth), 423, 437, 462 

, Giles, 70 

, Henrie, IO2 

, James, 122 

, Jonathan, 129 

, John, 86, 444, 451 

, Nicholas, 351 

-, Olliver, 474 

-, Richard, in 



-, Sarah, 423, 437 
-, Tho., 127 
-, Widow, 462 



, William, 71, 1 19, 133, 

166*, 167, 296, 423, 437 

Barnet, Barnett 

, John, 142, 189, 226 

, Mrs., 432 

, Thomas, 172, 222 

, William, 215, 432, 452 

Barnewel, Nicholas, 437 

Barnewell, Robert, 356 

Barnie, Ann, 95 

, Debora, 121 

Barait, Francis, 139 

Baron, William, 342, see Barren 

Barradall (or Barrodall), Theo- 
philus, 445, 451 

Barraman, Alexander, 452 

Barren, Margerie, 71 

Barrat, Annis, 75 

Barret, Barrett 

, Frances, 185, 236 

, John, 70 



Barret, Richard, 447 

, Tho., 66 

, Walter, 256 

, William, 172 



Barrey, see Barry 
Barrith, Wm., 133 
Barrodall, see Barradall 
Barren, John, 451 

, Robert, 129 

, Wm., 452, see Baron 



Barrow, Rebecca, 356 
, Thomas, 193 



Barrowe, Jo., 79 
Barrowman, Widow, \\\ 
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, 355 
, 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 

, Nathaniel!, 184, 241, 272 

, Samwell, 184 

William, 171 



Bate, Marie, 68 

, Nicholas, 120 

, Wm., 120, 451 

Bateman, Elizabeth, 113 

, John, 474 

, Mathew, 119 

, Robert, 103 



Bates, Ann, 48 
, Ben., 48 

, Clement, 48 

, James, 48 

, John, 217 

, Joseph, 48 

, Rachell, 48 

, Richard, -119, 350 

, Wm., 86 

Bath, John, Earl of, 160*, 165 
Bathe, John, 63 
Bathoe, Wm., 128 
Bathurst, Joseph, 165* 
Batley, Edward,, 424 

, Jeffry, 424 

, Priscilla, 424 



Batson (or Battson), Thomas, 

45, 463 
Batt Anne, 299 

Christopher, 299 

Dorothie, 299 

Ellin, 220 

John, Senr., 500 

, 182, 499 

Michael!, 176, 220 

Robert, 319 

Battala, Jeffery, 507 

, Samuell, 507 



Batte, Coll ., 440 ' 
Batten, Robert, 298 
Battersby, George, 350, 357 
Battine, Battyne, Battyn 

, Doctor, 338 

, John, Senr., 461 

, , Junr., 451, 462 



Bassett, John, 63, 297 

, Olliver, 75 

, Tho., 42 



-, Wm., 93 



Bassit, Thomas, 86 
Bastions, Jacob, 433 
Batcheller, John, 134 
Bate, Alice, 68 
, James, 68 
, John, 241 
, Lettecia, 440 
, Lyddia, 68 
, Margaret, 68 



Battison, Julian, 355 
Battrick, Wm., 59 
Battyn, &c., see Battine 
Baugh, Thomas, 170, 202 
Baugton (or Bangton), Isacke, 

73 

Bauldwin, William, 247, see 

Baldwin 

Bawde, Randall, 208 
Bawdcn, John, 343 
Bawdrye, Mary, 192 
Baxter, Edward, 475 
, Robert, 109 



Bay, Jo., 122 
Baycock, Tho., Ill 
Bayley, Baylie, Bayly, Baylyo 
, Ann, 170 



, Charles, 474 

65 



514 



INDEX. 



Baylcy, George, 180 

, Henry, 117 

, John, 86, 103, 191, 444 

, Margaret, 121 

, Robert, 130, 474 

, Roger, 304 

, Richard, 82, 300, 475, 

500 

, Wm., 128 

Baylife, Temperance, 171 

Baylys, Col., 506 

Baynam, Elizabeth, 1 86, see 

Bainham, Banum 
Baynan, John, 185 
Bayne, Laughline, 446 
Bayncs, Win., 442, see Baines 
Bayns, James, 430 
Beacham, Elisabeth, 433 
Beacon, Hugh, 105 
Bead, John, 41 

, William, 84 
Beads, Mathew, 139 
Beadslie, Beadsley, Beardsley 

, John, 45 

, Joseph, 45 

, Marie, 45 

, Wm., 45 

Beal, Margaret, 432 

, Peter, 432 

, Rebecca, 323 

Be.ile, Sara, 88 

, Wm., 448 

Bcamond, John, 60 

, Wm., 60 

Beanam, John, 193 

Bcane, Christopher, 170, 215 

, Stecven, 101 

, Tho., 114 

, William, 189, 250 

Beard, John, 354 

, Richard, 475 
Beards, Elizabeth, 66 
Bcarclsley, see Beadslie, &c. 
Beare, Richard, 128 

, Walter, 221 

Bearne, Francis, 499 
Beaton, Nathaniel, 319 

, Wm., 75 

Beauford, Richard, 118 
Beava, George, 198 
Beck, Henry, 108 
Beckett, Stephen, 278 
Beckkitt, William, 52 
Beckles, Elisabeth, 424 

, Robert, 424, 444 

, Susanna, 424 

Beckwith, Robert, 103 
Beddell, Jo., 79 
Bedding, Rabecca, 71 
Beddle, Wm., 50 



Bedford (or Bceford), Ann, 129 

, Nathantell, 70 

, Richard, 496 

., William, 179, 232 



Bedlam, Tho., 71 
liedwell, John, 304 
Bee, Jo., 86 
Beeby, Jo., 83 
Beeckman, Gcerrard, 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* 



Beetell, 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., 8 1, 84 

, William, 307 

Bellamy (or Bcllemic), 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, Richard, 142 
Benfield, Brasil, 422 
, Edward, 422 



, Rebeccah, 422 

Benford, Jo., 1 18 
Benge, William, 235 
Beniamin, Jo., 150 

, Richard, 150 

Benet, Benett, sec Bennett, &c. 
Benn, Wm., 128 
Bennerman, Wm., 136 
Bennett, Bcnnet, Benet, Benett 
, Bartholomew, 70 



Bennett, Benjamin, 167* 
, Charles, 316 

, Edward, 241 

-, Jane, 72 



316* 



-, Joane, 259 
-, John, 80, 



u8, 182, 



-, Katherine, 209 
-, Margery, 230 
-, Mary, 242 
, Mathew, 104 
-, Mr., 243 

, Robert, 178, 191, 248 
-, Samuel, 107, 183, 259 



, Thomas, 95, 230, 242, 
326, 330 

, William, 196, 209, 327 



Benning, Elizabeth, 71 
Benson, Henry, 143, 170, 207 

, John, 128 

, Mary, 355 

, William, 40 



Benstedd, Jo., 73 
Benthall, Walter, 439 
Bentham, Matthew, 435 
Bentley, Bently, Bentlie 

, Abram, 119 

, Alice, 131 

, Jo., 109, 132 

, Martin, 356, 474 

-, Mary, 107 



--, William, 131, 251,273 



Bcnton, Robert, 115 
Bcomont, Gamaliel!, 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, 283 

Musachiell, 283 

Nathaniel!, 128, 283 

Phebe, 280 

Samuel!, 282 

William, 96 

Bernardo, , 180, 

Sheppard 

, Mr., 235 

Berne, Olough, 119 
Berresford, see Beresford 
Berridg, Edward, 432 



INDEX. 



515 



Berrisford, see 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, 

33 

Bestt, Francis, 443 
Bethell, James, 122 
Belt, Wm., 84, 136 
Betton, Samuel], 192 
Belts, Leonard, 103, 145 
Bew, Robert, 174, 1 80, 224 
Bewlie, Grace, 59 
Bevenister, Eliam, 354 
Bever, Isack, 137 

- ,Jo., 83 

Bibbie (or Bibby), William, 

1 88, 265 

Bick, Francis, 101 
Richard, 102 
Bickham (or Brickham), 

Richard, 334, 336, 340 
Bickle, Thomas, 350 
Bickley, Richard, 237 
Bicknall, William, 441 
Bickwell, Agnis, 284 

- , John, 284 
-- , Zachary, 284 
Bicroft, Edward, 80 
Biddle, Wm., 446 
Biddleston, Henrie, 63 
Bidlecomb, Nicholas, 492 
Biffin, Thomas, 447 
Bigg, Rachell, 68 
Biggnell, Wm., 500 
Biggs, Elizabeth, 83 

Mrs., 171 



268 



Phillipp, 83 
Richard, 



170, 171, 205, 



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, no 
Binckes, Bincks, Bink's 

, Ann, 22O 

, Charles, 351 

, Good wife, 1 80 

, William, 180, 220 



Bindloss, John, 163 
Bingham, Wm., 63 
Bink's, see Binckes 
Binney, James, 472 
Binsley, William, 261 
Bird, Benjamin, 328, 448 

, Henry, 353 

, John, 451 

, Peter, 319, 319*, 320* 

see Burd 



Birkehead, George, 451 
Birkenhedd, Francis, 140, see 

Byrkenhead 
Bishop, Bishopp 

, Joan, 474 

, Jo., 105 

, Robert, 325, 352 

, Thomas, 355, 442 

, Valentine, 125 

, William, 438 



Bissex, William, 500 
Bitler, Mr. 464 
Bitton, James, 66 
Bixe, Uavid, 298 
Black, Andrew, 472 
Blackborne, James, 262 
Blackett, Tym., 79 
Blackgrove, Anto., 39 
Blackleech, John, 352 
Blackler, Peter, 139 
Blacklock, George, 139 
Blacklocke, Thomas, 189 
Blackly, Tho., no 
Blackmail, Brian, 460 

Humfrey, 122 

Jeremy, 119 

Mary, 431 

Nicholas, 170, 207 

Sarah, 430 

Thomas, 461 

William, 431 



Blackston, Eliza., 299 
(or Blakeston), Na- 
thaniel, 167*, 168 
Blackwell, Jeremy, 131 
Blackweller, Elias, 433 
., Sarah, 435 



Blackwood, Susan, 176, 223 
Blades, Anto., 40 

Edward, 383, 395, 



411 



-, John, 375 
-, Nicholas, 41 



Blake, Bartlomew, 229 

Francis, 125 

John, 145, 349, 500 

Nicholas, 376, 406, 474 

Robert, 434 

Tho., 441 

Walter, 171, 238 
Blakeston, see Blackston 
Blanch, Eliz., 109 
Blanchard, William, 474 
Blanche, James, 296 
Blanchflower, Elisabeth, 430 
Blanck's, Thomas, 220 
Bland, Jo., I2O 

, Luke, 79 

, Margaret, 428 
Blaney, Edward, 174, 224, 232 
Blason, Ann, 63 
Blathwaite, William, 163 
Bliss, Owen, 63 
Blithe, Tho., 119 
Block, Steeven, 101 

, Win., 126 

Blocs, Tho., 86 
Blogget, Bloggett 
, Daniell, 61 
, Samvell, 61 



, Suzan, 6 1 
, Tho., 6 1 



Blomfield, Sarah, 280, 282 
-, William. 280, 282 



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, 189 

, John, 189, 266, 274 

, Tho., 132 



Bloxam, alias Ingles, Nicholas, 

139 

Bloxsall, 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, Anto., 64 
Boles, John, 442 
Bolt, Gabriell, 63 
Bolte, Amias, 206 
Bolton, Ambross, 352 

65-2 



S'6 



INDEX. 



Bolton, Nathaniell, 70 Bostock, Eclmond, 106 


Boxfield, Thomas, 474 
Boyce, Chri., 137 




Boswell 






Bomer, Emanuell, 36 
Bonalcs, Mr., 262 
Bonall, Anthony, 184, 261 






' Tn, k n> 3 


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, Boyse 
Boyse, Allice, 202 
, Chyna, 208 
, Luke, 202 
, Humphry, 191 


, inomas, 09, 90, 99, 
ICO 
Boswell, Edward, 89, 91, see 
Bostock 
, Jo., 81 


Bond, Elisabeth, 423 
, Francis, 342, 423, 451, 
461, 474, 500 
, Giles, 366, 377 
, Samuell, 316, 318, 342 
, Thomas, 352 
Bonett, Edward Plant", 451 
Bonfilly (or Bonfolly), John, 
129 
Bonham, George, 94 
Bonn, Jo., 128 
Bonner, James, 213 


Bottam, John, 179 
Bottel!, Paul, 81 
Bottom, John, 181 
Bottomly, Jo., 115 
Boucher, John, 451 


Bouett, see Bovett 
Bouey, Sfe Bovey 
Boughei, Jo., 135 
Bouldin, Mary, 274 


, John, Ij9, 390 


Braban, Robert, 51 
Brabant, Alexander, 133 
Braby, Elizabeth, 17* 
, Stephen, 172 
BracUU-y, Edward 305 
, Mary, 121 


Bonnett, Thomas, 431, 474 
Bonnick, Nathaniel!, 132 
Booghert, Barnard, 359 
Boole, Joseph, 154 
Boomer, Thomas, 96 
Boon (or Boone) 


Bouldinge, Thomas, 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 


Braddock, Nathan, 117 
Bradford, Henry, 224 


, Samuell, 332, 339, 340 
, Thomas, 433 
Boot, Francis, 169 
Booth, Elizabeth, 186, 255 
, Grcgorie, 143 




Bradham, John, 446 
Bradley, Bradly, Bradlie 


Robert 268 






Ann, 434 


', Mary, 186 
, Marie, 123 


Bovett, Edmond (or Edmund), 
319, 320, 320*, 322 








, Reynold, 116, 255 




Henry, 434 






331. 332. 335. 34 


Bovcy, Widow, 445 
Bowden, Joan, 105 


Michael!, 353 




Boothman, John, 470 
Borden Eliz., 78 


Robert, 474, 490 
Bradshaw, Richard, 172 




Bowdltr, Andrew, 349 


Bradston, John, 184, 226 
Bradstreet, Anna, 282 






Bowen, James, 434 






Borebancke, Joseph, 91 
Borinthon, Thomas, 154 
Borm-, Marmaduke, 134 
, Richard, 38 
Tho 38 


Bowes, John, 38, 1 12 






Bowhane, Teag., 353 
Bowler, William, 119 
Bownd, John, 41 
Bowton, Jo., Ill 
Bowyer, Daniell, 124 
.... Tho 119 




Brad way, Bradwaye 


Borowe, Anne, 294 




204 


i John, 294 
Borrows, John, 439 
Boss, Peter, 418 
Bossinger, Tho., 393 
Bostock (or Bostocke) 


Box, Ann, 352 
, Benianine, 195 
, John, 195, 214 


Bragg, John, 341 
, Widow, -j-n 
, William, 434, 452 



INDEX. 



Brighton (Braughton, or 
Broughton), Charts, 319*, 

324 
Brakley, Jane, 185 

William, 193 

see Brackley 
Branch Christopher, 169, 201 

Mary, 2OI 

Thomas, 201 

see Braunch 
Brancker, Branker 

, Edward, 423 

, Mary, 423 

, Nathaniel!, 423, 446 

Brandby, Eliz*., 354 
Brandon, Hugh, 451 

, Marttin, 269 

Brane, Thomas, 97 
Brangman, Edward, 307 

, Samuell, 303, 307 

Branker, see Brancker 
Branlin, Ann, 2U 

, William, 211 

Bransby, Thomas, 181, 230 

, William, 94 

Bransbyes, Mr., 231 
Brasey, Wm., 6 1 
Brasier, Abraham, 1 66* 
Brass, Alice, 137 
Braughton (Brighton, or 
Broughton), Charts, 319*, 

324 

Braunch, Jo., 138, ste Branch 
Bray, John, 340 
Bread, Arthur, 356 

, George, 445 

, Thomas, 353, 356 

Brearly, Martin, 351 

, Thomas, 440 

Breddy, Patrick, 101 
Breedon, Thomas, 160* 
Brent, Robert, 165 
Bressett, John, 340 
Brett, James, 75 

, John, 351, 452 

Brettland, Amy, 467 

, William, 467 

Bretton, Ralph, 489 
Brewer, Daniel), 150, 442 

, Elizabeth, 137 

, Nicholas, 429 

Brewett, George, 138 

, Kat., 136 

Brewood, Thomas, 274 
Brewster, Phillip, 452 

, Richard, 271 

Brewynn, Tho., 134 
Brian, Elenor, 436 

, Mary, 436 

, Phillip, 436 



Brian, Robert, no 

, set Bryan, Mac Briar. 

Briar, Joseph, 367, sfc Bryer 
Brice (or Price), John, 319 
Bricke, Edward, 174 
Brickham (or Bickham), Rich- 
ard, 334, 336, 340 
Bridges, Kdmond, 107 
, Elisha, 67 
, Henry, 195 



, Thomas, 234 

Bridgestock (or Bridgestocke) 

, Ann, 492 

, Mary, 489 

, Richard, 489, see 

Brigstock 

, William, 492 



Bridgwatter, Isbell, 218 

, Richard, 177, 218 



Bridle, John, 326, 330 
Briers, Robert, 79 
Briggham, Tho., 62 
Briggins, Leonard, 139 
Briggoll, 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, 8 1 
Brisco, Ann, 102 
Brishitt, Petter, 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, 184, 246" 

, Tho., 79 



Broad, Thomazin, 123 
Broadshaw, 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, Daniell, 53 
Brogan, Nico., 141 
Brogden, John, 193 
Brogdon, Humphry, 451 
Brograve, Henry, 353 
Bromby, TO., 64 
, Tho., 64 
Bronic, John, 352 
Bromedg, Sarah, 230 
Bromley, Davie, 95 

, Launcelott, 141 



Bromwell, Isack, no 
Bronsforu, Jonathan, 95 
Broockes, William Morgan, 

alias, 247 

Brook, Brooke, Brookes, 
Brooks 

Alice, 113 

Ann, 84 

Barnabie, 128 

Bazill, 35 

Chidley, 166, 167* 

Cutberd, 195 

George, 96 

Gilbert, 93 

James, 1)3, 183, 259 

John, 87, 474 

Mr., 432 

Richard, 62, 77, 81, 



'23, 



129 

Robert, Lord, 159 
79 



Samuel, 467 

Sibile, 187 

Thomas, 62, 77, 128, 

217, 356, 47 
Walter, 95 

William, 81, 93, 96, 
140 187, 273, 441 
Brookehavcn, Jo., 70 
Brooker, Geo., 116 
Brookes, see Brook 
Brookman, Amy, 467 
, Thomas, 467 



Brooks, see Brook 
Brooman, Freese, 129 
Broome, Roger, 132 
Broomer, Joan, 62 

, Marie, 58 

Broomish, Edward, 127 
Broque, Gillain, 198 

, Louis, 199 

, Robert, 198 



Brotherton, Hester, 102 
Broughton (Braghton or Braugh- 
ton), Charls, 318*, 319*, 324 
, Henry, 73 



, Thomas, 96 

, William, 431 



INDEX. 



BroWing, see Browning, &c. 
Browinge, William, 201 
Brown, Browne 

, Christopher, 117, 170, 

203 

, Edward, 41, 129 

, El., 446 

, Elisabeth, 432 

, Francis, 354 

, Hugh, 353 

, Ilumry, 441 
-, James, 356, 386, 392, 

-, John, 61, 63, 68, 87, 

91, III, 122, 135, 140, 150, 
171, 173, 181,214,311,327, 

328, 33i, 335. 339, 372, 434 
Jonas, 316*, 318, 343 
' iah, 1 66* 
Idia, 88 



410 



, 63'< JJS. 

-, Jonas, 2 

-, Josiah, 

-, Licldia, 

-, Mary, 109 

-, Michcll, 36 

-, Nicholas, 187, 253 



, Phil., 279, 280, 281, 

282 

, Rachaell, 349 

, Ralph, 125 

, Rebecca, 252 

, Richard, 83 

, Robert, 132, 141, 187, 

252 

i Roger, 304 

, Stephen, 474 

, Suzan, 77 

, Thomas, 42, 74, 122, 

191, 194, 428, 460 

, Weston, 185, 257 

, William, 109, 114, 

119, 183,231, 250, 259, 327, 

328- 352 
Browning, Brownmgc 

, Ann, 350 

, John, 242 



Bruton, Robert, 297 
, William, 39 



Bruxston, Tho., 114 
Bryan, Cornelious, 452 

, Edward, 1 86 

, Sir Ernest, 162 

, Henry, 139 

, Jane, 493 

, Jo., 36 

, Joseph, 40 

, see Brian, O'Bryan, &c. 

Bryant, Barnard, 326, 330 
, Roger, 318*, 320, 324 
, Thomas, 151, 



-, Joseph, 126 
-, William, 169 



Brownley, Richard, 52 
Browton, Jo., 127 
Bruer, John, 317*, 342 
Bruister, Win., 132 
Brumwell, John, 64 
Bruncock, John, 433 
Brufiing, Jo., 80 
Brunt, Edward, 39, 128 

, Jo., 127 

Bruntts, Samuell, 439 
Brush, John, 431 

, Mary, 431 

Bruster, Abram, 104 

, Elizabeth, 71 

, Richard, 112 



Brycr, John, 3:6, see Briar 
Bucher, Frances, 177 
Buck, Bucke 

, Bcruiiny, 175, 225 

, Christian, 108 

, Francis, 142 

, Gercyon (or Gercian), 

>75, 225 

, Isack, 135 

, Mara, 175, 225 

, Pcleg., 175, 225 

, Richard, 142, 270 

, Roger, 65 

, Thomas, 125 

, William, 65 
liuckam, Richard, 78 
Buckingham, George, Marquis 

of, 156 

, , Duke of, 

'57, 158 
Buckland, Chri., 74, see Buc 

land 

Buckle Alexander, 468 
Henry, 123 
Lucie, 120 



Buckley, Buckly 
Ben., 63 
1 'aniell, 63 

Humfrey, 119 

John, 432, 435 
Mary, 436 

William, 139,403,414 
s,v liulkly, 



Buckinuster, John, 227 
Bucks, Mr., 226 
Buckworth, Richard, 474 
Bucland, William, 96, 

Buckland 
Budd, Jo., 113 
Budding, Richard, 475 
Budge, John, 334, 337, 340 
Buenno, Beniamin, 474 
Bugby, Bugbye 

, Edward, 278, 279 
, Rebecca, 279 



-, Sarah, 278 



Bugland, Henry, 128 

Buglar (or Bugler), Thomas, 

3>6*. 343 

Bulfell, Richard, 116 
Bulkly, Bulkley, Bulkely 

, Grace, 76 

, Peter, 77 

, Tho., 79 

William, 354, 356, 



3<>7, 372. 373, 379, 397, 439i 
463 

, see Buckley 

Bull, Ann, 490 
, Christopher, 474, 490 

, Edward, 63 

, Henry, 57, 107 

, Isack, 95 

, Joseph, 212 

, Richard, 67 

, Thomas, 86, 130, 190 

Bullaker, Andrewe, 297 
Bullar, Jo., 138 
Billiard, Tho., 124 
Bullen, Silvester, 227 
Bullington, Nicholas, 176 
Bullman, Jo., 73 
Bullock, Bullocke 

-, Anto., 86 

, Edward, 68 

, Francis, 121 

, Henry, 88 

, Mary, 88 



-, Susan, 88 

-, Tho., 88 

-, William, 179, 240 



Built, Jan, 198 

Uumstedd, Wm., 41 

Hun, see Bunn 

liunce, Jo., 52 

Uundock (or Bundicke), Wm., 
44, 46, 49 

Bonn, Bun 

, Bridgitt, 22O 

, Mrs., 177 

-, Thomas, 177, 22O 

Bunnel, William, 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, 118 
Bui'bon, John, 474 



INDEX. 



S9 



Burch, Burche 
, Capt., 73 * 


Burr, Robert, 126 
Bui-rage, Charles, 316, 318, 344 
Burrell, Henry, 460 
Burren, Mr., 181 
Bui-ridge, Robert, 327, 329 


Bush, Widow, 442 
Bushel Bushell 










Burcliard Ann, 131 




Buirin, Anthony, 179 
Burrowes, Burrow, Burrowe, 
Burrows, Burroughes, Burrocs 








0., Ijl 


Busher Mabcll, 117 




Sara, 131 


175, 250 


Bushnell, Francis, 49 


Tkn'-,- TTI 


Ellin 87 




Burcher, John, 181 








Busket, James, 42 
Bussell, Jo., 74 
Busshell, John, Scnr., 439 




joun, 130, 175, 225, 
270, 500 
Mihil ^08 


Burd, John, 35 






^j"' ~^r 


Busshey, Wm., 452 
Bussie, John, 495 
Bustian, George, 471 
Buston, John, 332, 337, 338 
Butcher, John, 355, 423 


Burclin, Geo., 97 
Burditt, William, 262 
Burges, Burgess, Burgis, 




333, 337, 340 
Burston, John, 330 
Burt, Ann, 93 






' FH H 1 07 




, Eliz*, 460 
, Ellin, 95 


' Hugh, 93^98 
, James, 63 


Buth, John, 191 
Butler, Buttler 








.John, 334, 337, 340, 
470 






Burton, Agnes, 474 




, Gcr., 129 














Burgoss, Abraham, 351 
Burhall, George, 500 
Burk, Burke 


438, 45 ', 5o 


142. 353 




- , Lucy, 439 


, John, Jum., 495 


, William, 474 
Butt, James, 463 
Buttall, Charles, 463 
Butterey, Richard, 193 
Buttcrfcild, John, 189, 232 
Butterfield, Nathaniell, 304 
Butterick, Wm., 53 
Buttler, st" Butler 
Buttolph, Ann, 73 


, James, 475 




, Jeoffery, 356 




, Tobias, 474 
Burket, Henry, 103 
Burkitt, Jo., 143 
Burlacy, Walter, 154 
Burland, John, 180 
Buries, John, 107, 108 
Burley, Roger, 113 


438 






Burtt, Jane, 173 
, William, 177 


Burtwe/ill, Mary, 124 
Busbie, Busbcc, Busby 


Button, Thomas, 180 
Buttry, Grace, 108 


Burlie, Alexander, 102 
Burlingham, Geo., 37 
Burne, Dennis, 352, see Byrne 








-Buwen, Thomas, 195 
Bycroft, Grace, 85 
Bygraue (Bygrave), Elizabeth, 
181, 238 
Byham, Nathaniell, 93 
Byley, Henerey, 299 
, John, 299 
, Mary, 299 
Byno, John, 491 


Burnell, Mrs., 452 
Burnham, Tho., 140 
Wm 1-8 


, John, 289 




Burnhouse, William, 195 
Burnet, Samvell, 104 
Burnett, Jo., 138 
Burr, Jeremy, 82 
, Mathew, 114 




Bush, John, 74, 101, 188, 257, 

273 
, Susan, 249 
, Walter, 433 



S 2 



INDEX. 



Byno, Mary, 491 

Bynstedd, Jo., 119 

Byrall, Jo., 128 

Byrch, Henry, 446, see Burch 

Byrkenhead, Mathew, 158, see 

Birkenhedd 
Byrne, Dinnis, 500, see Burne 

CADDY William, 41 
Cades, Thomas, 378, 402 
Cadge, Edward, 225 
Cadle, Thomas, 470 
Cad wold, Anto., 142 
Caime, Benja., 453 
Calcker, Mr., 175 

, Mrs., 175 

Calcott, Edward, 387 
Calder, Thomas, 261 
Call .... Alles, 294 
. . ., Augsten, 294 
Callahan, Dorothy, 496 
Callahane, Charles, 367 
Callahonc, 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 

, 1'atric, 436 

Campion, Clement, 136 

, Jean, 198 

, Philippe, 198 

, Robert, 202 

, Wm., 472 

Can (or Caus), Mr., 189 
Cane, George, 194 

, John de, 137 

Cann, Mr., 176 
Cannelly, Daniell, 136 
Cannings, Wm., 444, 452 
Cannion, Wm., 38 
Canon, Elizabeth, 85 

, John, 206 

, Richard, 85 

Cant, William, 41 
Canter, Capt., 309 
Canterbury, George, Archbp., 

of, 158 
, William, Archbp., 

of, 1 60 
Cantey, Hellen, 471 



Canting, Dennis, 358 
Cantlebury, John, 334, 336, 341 
Cantwell, John, 193 
Capell, William, 104 
Caplin, Robert, 103 
Caps, Capps 

, Cathrin, 194 

, Phoebe, 431 

, William, 187, 274, 431, 

442, 452 

Carew, Elizabeth, 491 
, Katherine, 491 



-, Richard, 476, 491 
-, Thomas, 359 



Carkille, William, 151 
Carlisle, Charles, Earl of, 162* 
, James, Earl of, 158, 

1 60 

Carlowe, Edward, 218 
Carlton, Mary, 37 
Carman, Henry, 171, 215 
Carmichael, Archibald, 163*, 

165, 167 
Carn (or Cora), Elisabeth, 426 

, Jane, 426 

, John, 426 

Garner [?Carver], Michael!, 475 
Carney, Patick, 452 
Carning, John, 183 
Carnock, Tho., 452 
Carnoll, Christopher, 36 
Carow, Peter, 369, see Carrow 
Carpender, Samuel!, 439 
Carpent, William, Junr., 299 
Carpenter, Abigael, 299 

, Dixi, 190 

, Elias, 143 

, Henry, 1 68* 

, Tho., 39 

, Tomazin, 59 

Win., 140, 299 



Carpentier, Martin de, 198 
Carpentry, Jan de, 198 
Carr Andrew, 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 



Carter, Christopher, 153, 188 

, Edmoiul, 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 

, Rosamus, 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 



-, Boham, 453 



Caruear [Carvear], Elizabeth, 
291 

, Grace, 291 

, Richard, 



291 



Susanna, 



291 

Carven, Richard, 177 
[?Carver] Garner, Michael!, 475 
Carvis, Katharin, 435 
Gary, Richard, 115, 357 
Caryl, Katharin, 437 
Casewell, Caswell, Caswells 

, Lawrence, 319,319*, 



323 



-, Mr., 305 
-, Richard, 309 



Cason, Casson 

, John, 133 

(orCoson), Nehemiah, III 

, 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, Ernou, 199 
Caton, Richard, 129 
Cattlin, John, 453 
Catts, Jo., 121 
Cauan, see Cavan 
Cauldwall, Martha, 496 
Caunt, Richard, 122 
Caus (or Cans), Mr., 189 
Causey (or Cawsey), Mrs., 171 



INDEX. 



S 21 



Causey, Nathaniel, 171,213,268 

, Thomas, 181, 212 

, Thomasine, (171), 213 

Cavan, John, 476 

Cave, John, 8 1 

, Richard, 37 

Cavenaugh, Charls, 423, 432 

Caverlie, Charles, 81 

Cawcott, George, 267 

Cawdle, Wm., 67 

Cawfeild, Richard, 360 

Cawood, Richard, 71 

Cawsey, see Causey 

Cawt, Bryan, 175 

Chace, John, 323, 452, 501 

Chadd, Mary, 126 

Chaddock, Marie, 67 

Chaffin, Daniell, 475 

Chalk, Jo., 117 

Challener, Robert, 501 

Challoner, Sir Thomas, 156 

Chaloner, Morris, 192 

Chamber, Henry, 317*, see 
Chambers 

Chamberlain, Chamberlaine, 
Chamberlin, Chamberline, 
C'uamberlins, Chamberlyne 
Edward, 429 
Frances, 195 
Francis, 1 86, 254, 



501 



James, 257 
John, 317*. 342 
Marmaduke, 358 
Mr., 257 

Rebecca, 186, 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 
Chamell, 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, Chaund- 

ler 
Arthur, 177, 219 

George, 95 

John, 1 86, 248 

Margaret, 430 

Nicholas, 452 

Robert, 430 

(? ), Thomas, 248 

Channce (or Chaunce), Ellin, 

136 

Chantry, Robert, 180 
Chapeman, Richard, 501 
Chaplain, Edward, 303 
Chaplaine, Isacke, 173, 213 

, John, 173, 213 

, Mary (173), 213 



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 

, Mathew, 324 

, Nicholas, 169, 233 

, Phillip, 1 86, 250 

, Ralph, 57 

, Richard, 51, 118 

Thomas, 121, 171, 



212, 274 

, Walter, ill 

, see Chappman 

Chappell, George, 43 

, John, 82, 112, 333, 

338, 340 

, Jonah, 476 

, Joshuah, 494 

, Thomas, 95 



Chappman, Luke, 241 
Chard (or Charde) 

, Ann, 202 

, Josuah, 1 70, 202, 267 

Charles, 208 

, Dorothie, IO2 

, Evan, 361 

, Philip, 471 

, Wm., 112 



Charlton, Henrie, 263 
Chase, Edward, 492, 496 
, Margret, 492, 496 
, Stephen, 476, 492, 496 
Chason, John, 448 



Chater, Barnabas, 324 
, Jo., 140 



Chaunce (or Channce), Ell in, 136 
Chaundler, set Chandler 
Chauntree (or Chauntrie), 

Robert, 175, 232 
Cbeame, Mary, 284 ,see Adams 
Cheek (or Cheeke), Phillip, 

316, 318, 344 
Cheesman, Cheeseman, Ches- 

man 

Edward, 185 

John, 185, 274 

Richard, 323 

Thomas, 185 

Wm.,i33 



Cheney, Elisabeth, 423 

, 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, 8 1 
Chesting, John, 142 
Cheswood, Hugh, 139 
Chew, John, 237 

, Sarah, 237 

Cheyney, Cheyny, Cheynei 

, Abram, 140 

, Charles, 467 
, George, 446 



, see Cheney 

Chickin, Joseph, 285 

Chilcot (Chilcott, or Chillicott), 

John, 334, 337, 341 
Child, Michaell, 322, 343 
, Tho. , 453 



Childs, Tho., 82 
Chillicott, see Chilcot 
Chilton, Edward, 167* 
Chinnery(or Chinery), Thomas, 

375, 400, 405 
Chippfield, [i.e., Chipperfield], 

Edmond, 130 
Chipps, Edmond, 95 
Chisman, Edward, 252 

, John, 252 

Chitting, Richard, 39 
Chittingden, Hen., 61 



-, Isack, 61 
-, Rabecca, 6 1 
-, Tho., 61 



Chittwood, Marie, 45 
Chizell, Daniell, 476 
Cholmeley, John, 441 

66 



522 



INDEX. 



Cholmle, Robert, 221 
Chom, Anne, 497 

, Richard, 497 

Choupouke (an Indian), 185 
Chrichlow, see Crichlow 
Chrismus, Dictras, 187 

, Elizabeth, 187 

Christian (a Negro), 495 

, Francis, 424, 440 

, Matthew, 424 

, Thomasin, 424 

Christo. (Welshman), 195 
Christopher, William, 501 
Chructhloe, see Crutchloe 
C'hubnell, Jo., 142 
Chump (or Champ), Alice, 75 
Church Edward, 74 

Isabel!, 489 

John, 64' 

Katherine, 489 

Martin, 122 

Robert, 489 

Win., 50 

Churcher, Thomas, 476 
Churchman, John, 150 
Chyn, Thomas, 319 
Cinduare (or Cindnare), James, 

190 

Cisely (a maid), 194 
Cisse, Mr., 248 
Cissel, James, 452 
Clackson, John, 1 86 
Claddin, Wm., 113 
Claire, Nathaniel!, 445 
Clancey, Cornelius, 475 
Clancy, Christopher, 495 

, Daniel!, 439 
Clanton, Jo., 138 
Clare, Marie, 488 

, Mr., 196 

, Nicolas, 488 

, Thomas, 488 
Claree, John, 465, 466 

, Lowland, 465, 466 

Clark, Clarke 

, Ann, 357, 422, 427 

, Brigett, 175 

, Christopher, 475 

, Daniel!, 79 

, Edmond, 82 

, Edward, 35, 171, 475 

, Elisabeth, 87, 422, 427 

, Francis, 101, 475 

, George, 64, 182, 229, 453 

, Gilbert, 134 

, Giles, 317 

, Henry, 453 

, John, 35, 41, 137, 138, 

>39, 16 1, 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, 318*, 319*, 

323. 431 

Roger, 427, 475, 492 

Sycillie, 49 

Thomas, 73, 85, 128, 139, 

'43. "74, 19'. 422, 427, 440, 
452, 476 

, William, 74, 79, 84, 116, 

153, 185, 1 86, 243, 256, 
318*, 319*, 324, 327, 329, 
349, 363. 366, 368, 388, 45, 
411, 415. 463, 475 

, see Clearke, Clerks 

Clarkson, Mathew, 166 

Clatworthy, Mathew, 114 

Clay, Martha, 425 

, Stephen, 358, 382, 385, 

394, 402, 447 

, see Claye 

Claybourne, Wm., 271, 272, 
274, see Cleibom 

Claye, Ann, 211 

, John, 211 

, see Clay 

Claypole, Abigail, 468 
, Edward, 468 
, see Cleypole 



ICleri, Tho., 280, 281, 282 
Clerke, Wm., 47, see Clark, 

Clearke 

Cleven, Joan, 130 
Clever, Tho., 117 
Cleypole, Edward, 461, see 

Claypole 

Cleyton, Ralph, 124 
, Sara, 120 



Claypool, John, 357 
Claypoole, Norton, 357 
Clayton, Obediah, 164 

, Richard, 104 

j , see Cleyton 

! Claxon, John, 234 
Claxson, Abraham, 86 
Cleaner, John, 452 

, Kathrin, 452 



Clearke, Fayth, 278 

, John, 281 
, Thurston, 279 

, see Clark, Clerke 



Cleaver, Henry, 452 
Cleiborn, Edward, 120, see 

Claybourne 

Clemens, William, 170 
Clement, Clements 

Elizabeth, 174, 223, 



see Hamor 

, Ezechell, 39 

-, Jeremy, 174, 223, see 



Hamor 

, Robert, 501 

, Thomas, 138 

, William, 190, 475 



Clere, Jo., 42 



, 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 

Clinton, Jo., 81, see Clynton 

Clitden, Francois, 198 

Clitson, Robert, 297 

Cloake, Edmond, 188 

Clood (or Clode), John, 334, 

337, 341 

Close (or Closse), Phettiplace, 
179, 231, 266 

Clouan, see Clovan 

Clough, Humphry, 192 

Cloughan, Elizabeth, 476 

Clovan, Thomas, 359, 361, 445 

Clowdeslie (or Clowdlslie), 
Wm., 125 

Clowes, Robert, 161* 

Cluffe, Jo., 56 

Clymer, Jo., 134 

Clynton, Richard, 39, see Clin- 
ton 

Coachman. Alexander, 453 
, John, 94 

Coale, Chrictopher, 452 

, Thomas, 453 

, William, 185 

, see Cole, Coles 

Coarten, Myndert, 166* 

Coates, James, 409 

Coather, Mrs., 452 

Cobb, Elizabeth, 246 
, Joseph, 246 

, Nico., 128 

Cobbet, Josias, 72 

Cobbett, James, 72 

Cobcrafte, Geo., 85 

Cobham, Maryj 470 

, Nathaniell, 40 

Cock, Cocke 

, Allan (or Allen), 351, 

352, 359,400, 4" 

, Geo., loo 

, James, 355, 370, 408 

, John, 128, 319*, 351, 

436, 441, see Cooke 



i 



INDEX. 



5*3 



Cock, Joseph, leo 

, Mary, 436 

, Richard, 153, 378, 417 

Cockerel!, 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, 428 

, Christopher, 166, 

167*, 379, 3?8- 49- 435 
, Elisabeth, 422, 



429 



453 



, Frances, 422, 429 
, John, 386, 427, 

, Robert, 422, 428, 



429 
Coe, Jane, 59 
Coert, John, 139 
Coggin, Sara, 113 
Cogley, Daniell, 1 88 
Coke, Adrian, 52 
Elizabeth, 67 

Henrie, 142 

John, 71, 97, 137 

Marie, 49 

Miles, 137 

Richard, 38 

- Robert, 79, 80 

Tho., 52, 114 

Wm., 141 

Coker, John, 79, 253 
Cokes, Edward, 75 
Colborn, Edward, 107 
Colbron, Wm., 107 
Colburne, Robert, 107 
Colchester, Joan, 105 
Cole, Clement, 59 
, Francis, 245 

, Isaac, 434 
, James, 360 
, Joan, 493 

, Jo-, 74 

, Thomas, 359 

, William, 166, 245, 273, 

493 

, see Coles, Coale 

Colebank, Sara, 96 
Coletnan, John, 139 
, Wm., 113 



Colerack, Jane, 126 
Coles, Edward, 84 

, Eliza., 118 

, Margaret, 136 

, Thomas, 102 

, see Cole, Coales 

Colethorpe, Christopher, 247 
Coleton, Mr., 464 
Colleton, Thomas, 343 
Collett, Bridgett, 444 
, Henry, 470 



Colley, Thomas, 476 

Collie, Robert, 41 

Collier, Daniell, 104, sa CoL- 

lyer 

Collings, James, 501 
, Nicholas, 318 
see Collins 



Collingworth, David, 75 
Collins, Abigaill, 489 
, Ann, 97 
, Charles, 440 



, David, 193 

, Elizabeth, 105 

, Emanuell, 326, 330 

, Giles, 104 

, Henry, 97 

, John, 97, tot, 206, 

319, 319*, 323, 36, 489 

, Josias, 193 

, Margery, 97 

, Mr., 191 

, Nicholas, 343 

, Junr., 316 



241 



-, Fetter (or Peeler), 182, 

-, Samuell, 316*, 432 
-, Susan, 206 



, Thomas, 182 

, Walter, 8 1 
, Wm., 79 
, see Collings 



Collis, Alexander, 360 

, James, 194 

Colliton, Sir Peter, 162 
Collohon, Charles, 113 
Collohone, Owen, 499 
Collon, Nicholas, 139 
Collopp, Jo., 126 
Collowe, Stephen, 244 
Colly, Thomas, 181 

, Walter, 137 

Collyer, Ambross, 358 

, Tobias, 475 

see Collier 



Colman, Abram, 193 
, Barnard, 85 



Colthrough, Peter, 359 
Coltman, Ann, (170), 204 
, Henry, 170, 204 



Colton, Thomas, 468 
Colture, Wm., 1 12 
Colwell, Samuell, 358 
Combe, William, 334, 341 
Comberbatch, Thomas, 290 
Combes, Austen, 173 
Cornell, Dugwell, 475 
Comes, John, 235 

William, 236 



Comin, Nicholas, 180, ste Co- 
mon 

Coniins [i.e., Commins], Ed- 
ward, 1 1 2 

Comon, Nicholas, 234, see Co- 
min 

Compeare, Leonard, 161* 

Compton, Frances, 178 
, Jo., 141 

Conaway, sec Conway 

Coney, Conney, Conny, Cony 

, Edmond, 475 

, John, 38 

, Nicholas, 429 

, Richard, 163*, 164 

Congrave. Winnifredd, 113 

Cofiisby [i.e. Connisby], Wm. 



H3 
only 



Conly (or Couly), Patrick, 7 
Conne, Jacque, 197 
Conner, Bryen, 475 

, Jane, 430 

, Phillipp, 37 

, Teag, 437 



Connet, Mary, 428 

Connett, John, 318*, 319*, 
324, see Cunnet 

Conney, see Coney 

Conneyland, Patt, 476 

Connier, Tho., 126, seeConyer 

Conniers, Jo. , 39, see Conyers 

Conny, see Coney 

Cormyer, Patrick, 71, see Con- 
nier 

Conoway, see Conway 

Conway, Conaway, Conoway 

, Aron (or Aaron), 179, 

233 

, Cornelius, 475 

, George, 350, 356, 386, 

393, 414 

, 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 

662 



5*4 



INDEX. 



Cooe, John, 278 

, 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, 115 

, George, 195 

, Jeremiah, 440 

(or Cocke), John, 36, 98, 

104, 113, 175, 226, 319, 

3 '9*. 323 

, Margarett, 476 

-, Mathew, 316, 318, 343 



, Richard, 109, 120 

, Wm., 103, 187 

Cooker, John, 186 
Cookins, Danniell, 254 
Cooksey, William, 169, 178, 

228 

Coomb, William, 337 
Coombes, John, 135 
Coomes, John, 188 

, William, 188 

Coop, see Cooper 
Cooper, 286 

, Abigail, 431 

, Ann, 124 

, Ant ., 86 

, Beniemen, 293 

, Christopher, 319, 319', 

325 

, Elizabeth, 56, 293, 431 

, Ellin, 67 

, George, 135 

, John, 44, 104, 109, 

142, 188, 438 

, Lawrance, 293 

, Martha, 44 

, Mary, 44, 293, 358 

, Peter, 59 

, Rebeca, 293 

, Richard, 35, 102 

, Roger, 57, 58, 61, 69, 

72, 7, 77, 78 

, Symon, 453 

, Thomas, 43, 44, 236, 

357, 43i, 475 

, Walter. 169, 233 

, Wibroe, 44 

-, Wm., 69 



Copeland, Jo., 112 
Copeland, Mary, 427 
, Mr., 312 



Copley, James, 1 19 
, Lionel, 165* 



Copman, Vallentine, 446 
Coppin, Jane, 494 

, John, 443, 494 

, Thomas, 471 



Coose, Sara, 151 

Covell, Cesara, 92 

Cop [i.e.. Coper], see Cooper 

Cope, Richard, 93 

, William, 93, 445 



Coppine, John, 476 
Coppinger, John, 475 
Coppyn, Robert, 119 
Corbett, Benjamin, 508 
, Mary, 508 



, William. 361 

Corbitt, Roger, 441 
Cordelign (Cordelon, or Cor- 
dylion), Peter (or Petard), 

3'9, 39*, 325 
Cordell, Robert, 60 
Corder, Thomas, 181 
Cordiu, Paulus, 453 
Cordoza, Soloman, 450 
Cordylion, -see Cordelion 
Cone, Richard, 127 
Cork, Margaret, 492 
Corker, Elizabeth, 102 
Corn, see Cam 
Cornbury, Lord, 1 68* 
Cornelius, Bernard, 432 

, Francis, 358 

, Thomas, 327, 329 



Cornew, Earth., 154 
Comie, William, 184 
Cornille, Pierre, 198 
Cornish, Edward, 359 

, Elisabeth, 423 

, John, 423 

, Stephen, 423 

, Thomas, 188, 262,353, 

354, 360, 364, 366, 383, 392, 

402 

Cornwell, William, 142 
Corrington, Jo., 63 
, Mary, 63 



Corser, William, 41 
Corteenc, Ellinor, 476 
Cosker, Henry, 394 
Coson (or Cason). Nehemiah, 

III 

Cossen, Elizabeth, 143 
Cossens ) see Cous- 

Cosson, Wm., 142 f sens, <.Vc. 
Costanio, Abraham, 450 
Costeen, John, 439 
Cote, Eliz., 117 
Cotes, James, 81, 136 

, Jo., 113 

"otesworth, James, 143 
Cotinho, Moses Henriques, 361 



Cotter, Garrett, 162*, 163 
Cottingham, George, 114 

, Katherine, 360 



Cottom, Frances, 468 
, Oliver, 468 



Cotton, John, 435 

, Richard, 122 

, Rowland, 95 

Coubber, Rebecca, 187 
Coughlan, Teague, 475 
Coulburne, John, 359 
Couly (or Conly), Patrick, 71 
Councell (or Counsell), Ed- 
ward, 332, 335, 341 
Countwane (or Countway), 

John, 191, 192 
Couper, Walter, 258 
Courser, William, 77 
Courtney, James, 151 
t Jo., 104 
, Sybbill, 105 

, Wm., 361 

Courtyere, 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, 1 60 
Covett, Robert, 103 
Coward, Rob., 333, 336, 341 
, Samuel!, 461 



Cowdell, Thomas, 141 
Cowley, Elisabeth, 423 

, Roger, 423, 430, 452 

, Susanna, 423, 430 

, William, 95 



Cowly, Bryan, 142 
Cowper, Averyn, 37 

, Ro., 54 

Cox, Francis, 360 

, John, 303 

, Josias, 498, 50x3 

, Mrs., 307 

, Phillip, 318*. 319*, 320 

, Samuel, 167* 

Coxe, William, 255 
Coxsall, John, 150 
Coxshedd, Jo., 105 
Coxson, Tho., 8 1 
Cozens (or Coussens), Wm., 

327, 329 

, see Coussens 



Crabbtree, Edward, 129 
Craddock, Craddocke 

, Francis, 159* 

, Isabell, 50 






INDEX. 



5*S 



Craddock, Katharin, 429 

, Mr."; 106 

Cradouke, William, 267 
Craford, Patrick, 158 
Craft, Crafts 

, Mathew, 318, 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, 101 

Cranich, John, 240 
Cranwell, Geo., 125 
Crapp, John, 40 
Crapplace, Mr., 191 
Crashaw, Rawleigh, 183, St'e 

Crawshaw and Croshaw 
Crauen, SLV Craven 
Craven, Richard, 272 

, Thomas, 112 

, William, Earl of, 162 

Crawford, Thomas, 494 
Crawshaw, William, 244, see 

Crashaw and Croshaw 
Creamer, Martin, 441 
Crean, Paul, 412 
Creed, Creede 

, Ann (or Anne), 120, 492 

, Tohn, 476, 492 

, Wm., 347, 366 

Crenne, Jan de, 199 
Crepy, Abel de, 199 
Cressitt, Edward, 85 
Creswell, Cresswell 

John, 443, 501 

, William, 135 

Crew, Joseph, 219 

, Josua, 177 

, Marie, 64 

, Randall, 209 

, 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, 1 80 

Crispin, Tho., 63 
Cristian, Francis, 440 
Cristie, Richard, 127 
Critch, Richard, IOI 
Critchlow, Wm., 440 
Crocker, Henery, 221, 237 
, Jone, 237 
, Richard, 181 



Croft's, Croftes 

, Ann, 123 

, Henry, 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 

, Marmaduke, 64 



, Symon, 62 

, Tho., 62 

Croshaw, Raughly, 274, see 

Crashaw and Crawshaw 
Cross, Crosse 

, Ann, 280 

, Henry, 66 

, Tames, 84 

, John, 280, 316*, 318, 

342 

, Jonas, 333, 335, 341 
, Thomas, 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, 126 

, Benjamin, 326, 328 

, Mitford, 1 68* 
. (or Crome), Wm., 74 



Crowley, Ro., 61 
Croy, Jan de, 198 
Cruder, Hugh, 180 
Grudge, 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 
Culley, Samuell, 181, 2 
Cullidge, Geo. 1 12 
Cullimor, James, 41 
Culpeper, Alexander, 
163* 

, Thomas, Lord, 161 *, 



, 239 



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 
Currier, William, 343 
Curslis, John, 359 
Curtis, Elizabeth, 64 

, Henry, 76 

, James, 136 

, John, 123, 253 

, Thomas, 243, 254 

, William, 126, 150 

Curtise, John, 1 86 

, Thomas, 184 



Custis, Robert, 462 
Oiita, Mathew, 501 
Cuthbert, Alexander, 497 
, Elizabeth, 497 



Cutler, Clinton, 80 
, Tho., 51 



Culling, Henry, 125 

Cult, Lawrence, 372, see Cults 

Culling, Cultinge 

, Jane, 123 

, John, 277, 279 



-, Richard, 282 
-, William, 281 



Cults, John, 163 

, Roger, 124 

, see Cult 



526 



INDEX. 



Cvlloe (Culloe), Steven, 185 

DABB, Tho., 73 
Dabbin, Nicholas, 153 
Dabyn, Robert, 283 
Dade, John, 268 
Daggett, Tho., 114 
Dainty, Henry, 297 
Dalbey, Joane, 501 
Dalbie, William, 169 
Dalby, William, 233 
Dale, Niccolas, 255 

, Sir Thomas, 27 

, The., 71 

(or Deale), Wn:., 319*, set 

Deale 

Dales, Francis, 67 
Dalleper, Henry, 122 
Dallinger, Jo., 63 
Dallison, Martin, 448 
Dally, Richard, 83 
Dalton, Hanna, 65 

, Philemon, 65 

, Samuell, 65 

Damand [i.e. Dammancl], Jane, 

58 

Damerall, Thomas, 501 
Dameron, Bridgett, 195 
Damont, Jan, 199 
Damport, I^anslott, 175, 180 

, Lawley, 233 

Dan, John, 427 
Danby, John, 477 
Dancy, John, 234 
Dandg, Henry, 313* 
Dane, Tho., 77 
Daneff, James, 453 
Danes, Richard, 51 
, Robert, 434 

(or Daues), Suzan, 108 

Dang, Margarett, 361 
Dangerfield, Walcup, 363 
Daniel Daniell 

190 

Anne, 492 

Christopher, 272 

Daniell, 37 

Downes, ^45 

Elizabeth, 65 

Henry, 127, 163 

John, 362, 472, 477, 

492, 497, 5i 

Nicholas, 476 

Richard, 317*, 319*, 



325 



Robert, 358, 362 
Thomas, 497 
Wilbert, 365 



Daries, James, 180 
Darkin, Robert, 401 
Darno, Penelope, 107 
Darrell, John, 294 
Dart, Jane, 133 
Darvall, Charles, 297 
Dauers, see Davers 
Daues, see Daves 
Daughton, Richard, 86 
, Wm., 135 



Dauis, see Davis 
Davenport, Jo., 141 
Davers, Robert, 63, 460 

, Junr., 460 



Daves, Richard, 145 

(or Danes), Suzan, 108 
, see Davis 



David, Lewes, 74 
Davidson, William, 160* 
Davie, Geo., 137 

, Morrice, 136 

, Tho., 140 

, see Davy 

Davies, Arthur, 187 
, Barnabie, 108 



, Chri., 79 

, Daniell, 51 

, Dorothie, 113 

, Edmond, 51 

, Edward, 37, in, 133, 



193 



362 



-, Klianor, 489 

-, Elizabeth, 68, 1 86, 195, 



-, Ellin, 113 



, Emanuell, 138 

, Gabriell, 80 
, George, 186 
, Humfrey, 38 



, Isbell, 113 

, Jane, 363, 489 

, Joane (or Jone), 174, 



187 

, John, 40, 65, 68, 71, 
104, 137, 171, 179,186, 212, 
217, 236, 363, 364 
, Joseph, 43 

, Katherine, 237, 364 

, Margaret, 68 

, Marie, 68 



, Nicholas, 43, 186 

-, Peter, 364 
, Philip, 115 



Dannell, Edward, 115 
Dapwell, Robert, 367 



, Richard, 104, 187 

, Robert, 94, in 

, Rowland, 127 

, Samuell, 105, 179, 

233, 3 6 3 

, Sara, 43 

, Tho., 140, 143, 186 



Davies, William, 122, 128, 

135- l8 9, '95, 471, 489 
Davis, David, 422 

, Edward, 476 

, Hugh, 422,429 
- , James, 236 

, Jane, 222, 421 



43' 



422, 



, Joane (or Jonc), 237, 

421 

, John, 254, 445 

, Margaret, 476 

, Mrs., 442 

, Niccolas, 248 

, 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 

Dawlen, Henry, 177 
Dawse, Margery, 176 
Dawson, Edmund, 435 

, Georg, 217 

, Hugh, 139 

, Milles, 476 

, Richard, 5.1, 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, 280 

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. ,111 



Deale (or Dale), Wm., 318" 
3 '9*, 32* 



INDEX. 



527 



Dean, Deane 

Abel, 430, 443 

Gabrill, 462 

Mary, 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, 198 
De Carpentry, Jan, 198 
Dechauis, Samuel!, 450 
Decke, William, 297 
Decompas, Leah, 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, 

'97 
Delavall, Ralph, 350, 373, 399, 

4" 
De La Ware, Esau-, 184, see 

Delywarr 

Delbridge, Mr., 308 
De Lecheilles, Jacques, 198 
De Le Marlier, Nicolas, 199 
De Le Mer, Philippe, 198 
De Lielate, Anthuine, 199 
Delk, Roger, 237 
Dellahay, Jo., 75. 
Dellicat, Francis, 115 
Delywarr, Isaye, 243, see De 

La Ware 

De Maine, Fetter, 191 
Demereado, Darvid Ralph, 449 
Demon, Martin, 231 
De Moone, Marline, 179 
Dempster, Jane, 435, 437 

, Robert, 435 

Demster, John, 477 
Denbigh, Henry, Earl of, 159 
Dench, Win., 73 
Dency (or Deucy), John, 180, 

see Densy 
Dene, Francis, 41 

, Tho., 86 
Denham, John, 319, 477 

, William, 182 

Denison, Doctor, 144 

, Edward, 213 

Denman, Jo., 132 
Denmarke, John, 180 
Denner, John, 338 



Dennis, Daniell, 52 


Dickenson, Peeler, 257 

Wm 1 1 j 


366, 
388, 


, Robert, 85 


Dickerson, Feleaman, 293 
Dickins, Wm., 353 
Dickinson, Elizabeth, 248 


Denny, Mary, 91 
Densy, Jane, 363, see Dency 
Dent, Elizabeth, 508 
, George, 471 
, John, 52, 508 
, Richard, 64 




> Jane, 1 74 
, Jeremiah, 248 
Dickonson, Robert, 303 
Dick's, Edward, 118 


Denton, Jacob, 126 
, John, 362 
Robert 8 1 




Dickson, Petler, 185 


Denum, William, 241 
De Pasar, Paul, 198 
Dermot, Jo., HI 
Derrick, Victor, 36 
Desart, Francis, 297 
Desauido [i.e., Desavido], 
Moses, 450 
Desendre, Anthoin, 199 
Desworth, Edward, 362, 375 
De Trou, Jan, 199 
Deucy (or Dency), John, 180 
Deuenish, see Devenish 
Deuillermas, see Devillermas 
Deurede, see Devrede 
Deusbury, Daniell, 324 
Devenish, John, 362, 444 
Deverill, George, 172, 222 
De Villermarsk, Dr., 431 
Devillermas, Henry, 439 
Devocion, Margaret, 98 
Devorax, Stephen, 331 
Devrede, Paul, 449 
Dew, Ann, 109 
, Elizabeth, 109 
De\ver, Stephen, 365 
De Wever, Lewin, 365 
Dexter, Abell, 129 




Dier, Mary, 192 
, William, 192 
Digaud, liarlhelemy, 199 
Digglin, Tho., 137 
Dikes, Henry, 115 
Dilke, Clement, 175 
, Mrs., 175 
Dill, Lawrence, 303 
Dillimager, 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 
Dilchfield, Jo., 128 
Dilty, Eclmond, 352, 353, 
369, 375, 376, 381, 383, 
389. 39, 400, 405 
Dix, Abegell, 290 
, Joane, 290 
, Margaret, 63 
, Presella, 290 
, Samuell, 290 
Dixon, Adam, 218 




Deyking, Alice, 98 




Chri., 112 


Diamond (Dyamond, or Di- 
mand), Jasper, 327, 329 






Dias, Lewis, 449 
Dible, Francis [Frances], 285 




Win % r 




Dichfeild, Edward, 157 
Dick, Elizabeth, 433, 437 
, John, 435, 453 
, see Dick's 
Dicken, Hugh, 187 
Dickenson, Florence, 67 
C,rn 81 


Dixson Adam, 272 


Dixwell, Basill, 462 
Dobell, Henry, 138 
Docker, John, 179, 236 
Dockkie, James, 128 
Dod, Dodd, Dod's, Dodd's 
, Geo., 82 


, Jeremy, 185 
. John. KA. no 



528 



INDEX.. 



Dod, Jane, 202 

, John, 169, 202, 267, 270, 

3'9, 319*- 323 

, Margaret, 425 

, Mrs., 169 

, Thomas, 425, 444 

Dodderidge, Davie, 141 

, Jarvice, 40 

, Tho., 117 

Dodington, Richard, 165* 
Dodson, Kdward, 134 

, Elisabeth, 427 

, Georg, 427 

Dodsworth, James, 436 
Doe, Jo., 81 

, Thomas, 122, '77 

Doged, Thomas, 295 
Dolbeare (or Dqlebeer), Samu- 

ell, 318*, 319*, 324 
Doldron, Grace, 362 
Dole, Peter, 35 
Dolebeer, see 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 
Dollen, Thomas, 320*, 323 
Dolling, Thomas, 318* 
Dollstan, John, 465 

, Thomas, 465 
Dolphinbe, Richard, 231 
Domelawe (or Domelow), 

Richard, 172, 272 
Dona van, Daniell, 470 
Done, John, 132 
Donn, Clement, 115 
, Henry, 113 



' ft" ' 33 

, Tho., 



106 

-, Wm., 8 1 
Donnard, Marie, 54 
Donoldson, Henrie, 79 
Donthorne (or Dunthome), 

Eliza., 273, see Dunthome 

Douthorn 
Dore, James, 213 
Doric, see Dory 
Dorifall, Anne, 281 
Dorington, Nicholas, 193 
Dorn, Francis, 476 

, John, 476 

Dorrell, Tho., 85 

, William, 219 

Dorset, Edward, Earl of, 159 
Dory (or Dorie), Gregory, 182, 

260 



Dot ten, Wm., 469 

Doue, see Dove 

Doughty, Doughtie 

, Ann, 172, 216 
, Thomas, 172, 181, 
216, 238 

, see Dowtie 



Douglas, Douglass 

, Captain, 114 

, Hugh, 137 

, William, 188 

, see Dowglas, Duglas 

Douse, Bridget!, 36$ 

, Thomas, 267 

, see Dowse 

Douston, John, 181 
Douthorn, Elizabeth, 188 

, Samwell, 188 

, Thomas, 1 88 

, see Donthorne, &c. 



Drake, Jo., 128 
Dran, Maren, 364 
Drap, see Draper 
Draper, Bartholmew, 71 

, Cleare, 279 

, Henry, 185, 245 

, Joseph, 63 



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), 



, Robert, 249, 440 

, Tho., 104 



Drax, Henry, 363, 384, 463 
Drayton, Thomas, 363, 453 
Dreadd, John, 40 
Drebble, James, 161 
Drew, Drewe 

, Edward, 189, 263 

, Tho., 41 

, Will., 332, 337, 340 

, see Drue 

Drewrie, Geo., 92 

, Robert, 113 

, see Drury 



Drinker, Edward, 98 

, Elizabeth, 98 

, Jo., 98 



John, 185, 244, 274 

, Mary, 257 

Dowries, Daniell, 445 
, Eustice, 212 



-, George, 134 

-, Henry, 501 

-, Richard, 79, 177, 240 

-, W'alter, IOI 

-, William, 138, 194 

-, see Downs 



Downing, Francis, 208 

, James, 465 

, John, 365 

, Samuel, 465 



Downman, see Downeman 
Downs John, 498, see Downes 



Dowse 



Mr., 262 
Mrs., 183 
Thomas, 183 
see Douse 



Dowsell, Anto., 67 
Dowtie, Henery, 220, 

Doughty 

Doxey, Thomas, 405, 439 
Doyer, Isack, 342 
Doyley, E"dward, 1 60* 
Drake, Diana, 75 

, Isack, 134 



, Phillip, 98 

Driskell, Cornelius, 499 

, Dearman, 499 

, Mary, 498 

Driver, James, 74 
| , Robert, 92 

Drudg, Andrewe, 296 
! Drue, Edward, 103, see Drew 
| Drury, Richard, 476, see Drew- 
rie 

Dry, William, 1 88 

Duboyes, John, 364 

Duce, Gyles, 501 

, Robert, 74 

Dudley, Andrew, 171, 209 

, John, 499 

, Joseph, 163*, i68 

Dudman, Henry, 104 

Duffeikl, Edward, 350, 354, 
356, 36'. 372,379, 382,391, 
393, 399, 42, 49, 43 

Duffill, John, 213 

Duft'y, John, 173 

Dufour, Theodore, 198 

Dugdell, Henry, 122 

Duglas, William, 256, see 
Douglas and Dowglas 

Duhurst, Henry, 105 

Duke, Henry, 476 

, Jo., 56 

Dukes, Win., 362 

Dukkarth, Jo., 52 

Dulmare, George, 96 

Dum' [i.e., Dummer], 
iner 

Dumesnill, Carew, 476 



INDEX. 



5*9 



Dnmmer, Alee, 299 

, DorSthie, 299 

, Jane, 299 

, Joane, 299 

, Richard, 299 

, Steephen, 299 

-, Tho., 299 



Diimpont, John, 191 
Dun, see Dunn 
Dunbarr. Wm., 128 
Duncomb, Jo., 1 10 
Dundas, Wm., 364 
Dune, Thomas, 172 
Dimeing, Henry, 501 
Dungan, Thomas, 164* 
Dunham, Robert, 125 
Dunidge, Wm., 453 
Dunkly, Basell, 448 
Dunn, Dun 

Hugh, 470 

J-, 37 

Fetter, 193 

Roger, 453 

Thomas, 222 

Wm., 153 

Dunnell, Henry, 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 Pon, 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, see Diamond 

Dye, Henry, 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., Dymmett], Tho- 
mas, 96 



Dymockc, William, 501 
Dymond, Robert, 40, see Dia- 
mond 

Dynegell, Danill, 471 
Dynley, Richard, 71 
Dyos, Geo., 137 

EACH, Samuell, 269 
Eakins, Wm., 67 
Earl, Earle 
, John, 366 

, Robert, 316, 318, 343 

, Thomas, 477 

Easemond (Easman, or East- 

mond), John, 318*, 319*, 323 
East, Easte 

, Richard, 187, 257 

, William, 103, 133 

Eastchurch, William, 366 
Easte, see 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 



Ebdon, George, 318* 
Ebes, Thomas, 257 
Ebsworth, Anne, 243 

, Agnes, 184 

, Anthony, 184, 243 



Eccallowe, Peter, 249 

Eden, Alles, 291, sa Edens, 
and Eeden 

Edenburrow, Tho., 37 

Edenden, 434 

, Joyee, 434 

Edens, Jo., 140, see Eden 
, Ederife, Ester, 224 
: Edgar, Richard, 334, 336, 339 

Edge, Robert, 130 
; Edger, William, 190 
1 Edlow, Mathew, 169, 2OI 
\ 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 

, Arthur, 191 

, David, 416 

, Edmond, 117 

, John, 1 80, 234, 326, 



329, 34, 366 

-, Richard, 154, 255, 



469 



Robert, 130, 141, 
144 

[? ], Sarah, 469 

, Thomas, 94 

, William, 117, 192 



Edwardson, Jo., 34 
Edwin, James, 112 
Edwynn, Edward, 133 
, Tho., Ill 



Edye, Rawleigh, 153 
Eeden, Jo. , 84, see Eden 
Eeke, Geo., 81 
Eeles, Edward, 80 

, Henry, 116 

, John, 96 

, see Eles 

Eelie, Robert, 115, see Ely 
Eester, Thomasin, 256 
Egerton, Wm., 135 
Egginton, Seaborne, 453 
Eggleston, Richard, 102, 104 
Ekkersoe, Tho., 128 
Elbridg, William, 194 
Elding, Edward, 501 
Eldred, Nathaniel), 442 
Eldridg, Giles, 424 
, Mary, 424 



Eles, Thomas, 445, see Eeles 
Elinor, , 175 

Elison, see Ellison 
Elizabeth, , 203 

(a Maid), 195 



Ella, Marmaduke, 117 
Ellacott, Mrs., 453, see Ellicott 
Ellarce (or Ellaree), Jonathan, 

432 

, , Sarah, 432 

, Thomas, 



432 

Ellatt, John, 231 
Ellerton, James, 41 
Ellesmere, Thomas, Lord, 155, 

156 

Elley, Benj'., 446 
Ellgate, Margrett, 47 
Ellicott, Vines, 366 

, Widow, 470 

, see Ellacott 

Ellinsworth, Wm., 367 

Elliot, Elliott 

, Elizabeth, 46, 433 

6 7 



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, 488, 

493. 496 

, Sara, 46 

, Thomas, 161 

Ellis, David, 173, 176, 22O 

, Elizabeth, 92 

, Gamaliel!, 442 

, Margrett, 220 

, Mary, 422 

, Richard, 36 

, Robert, 137, 422 

, William, 422 

Ellison, Ellin, 230 

, George, 231 

(Elison),John, 181, 230 

, William, 250 

Elliston, George, 366 

, William, 132 

Ellitt, Walter, 135 

Ellmer, Edward, 150 

Ellotts, Henry, 142 

Ellvyn (or Elvyn) 

, Mark, 38 

, Wm., 8 1 

Ellwood, Ralph, l3i,jElwood 

Elmes, Richard, 134 

, Rodolphus, 56 

Elson, Elizabeth, 64 
, Wm., 365 

Elsword, Hener., 181 

Elvyn, see Ellvyn 

Elwood, Henery, 237, see Ell- 
wood 

Ely, Ann, 259 

, Elizabeth, 259 

, James, 447 

, Walter, 183, 259 

, see Eelie 
Emarson, see Emerson 
Embree (or Emberee), William, 

44', 453 

Embrie, Henry, 96 
Emerson, Emarson, Emerson 

[i.e., Emmerson] 

, Alike, 239 

, Ann, 239 



Jmery, John, 366 
immerton, Ann, 105 
Jmperor, Thomas, 439 
inderbee, Oliver, 365 
indick, Daniell, 117 
lines, Phillipp, 477 
England, Allen, 318*, 319*, 324 

John, 316*, 423 

Lawrence, 423 

, Junr., 453 





**! -*jy 

- Tn 08 






n 




L- 









English 



Mary, 423 
, John, 218 
Richard, 171, 210 
Robert, 471 
Thomas, 426 



Knims (Euines, or Euims), 

John, 192, 193 
Ennis Wm., 119 
Ennys, Margaret, 424 

, Timothy, 424 
Enson, William, 94 
Epes, Margrett, 262 

, William, 262 

Epps, Elizabeth, 100 

, Mrs., 188 

, Fetter, 188 

., William, 188 



Eritage, Roger, 141 
Erie, Bryan, 39 

, Edward, 126 

Erpey, Elisabeth, 424, 437 
Estplynn, Michell, 71 
Estwicke, Thomas, 342 
Ktherington, John, 39 
Euans, see Evans 
Euens, see Ewens 
Euers, see Ewers 
Euims (Euines, or Enims), 

John, 192, 193 
Eumes, John, 501 
Evan, Evan ap, 1 1 1 
Evand's, Clement, 249 
, Richard, 242 



, Thomas, 244 

, William, 261 



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, 185, 

189, 463, 477 

, Lawrance, 171, 213 

, Leonard, 37 

, Lewis, 134, 366 



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 



Evere, Ester, 174 
Everedge, Sara, 118 
Everett, Aron, 104 
Everie, Tho., 41 
Ewens, Richard, 501 
, William, 270 



Ewer, Elizabeth, 88 

, Sara, 88 

., Tho., 88 
Ewers, Robert, 270 
Ewin's (Euines, &c.), John, 192 
Ewis, John, 192 
Ewynn, Tho., 86 
Exson, Jo., 116 
Eyres, Nicholas, 234 
Eyton, William, 477 

FABERR, Joseph, 72 

Fabin, Elizabeth, 76 

Facy (or Facey), John, 317", 

3>9*, 322 
Faierbrother, Nathanieil, 82, 

see Farebrother 
Fairbore, Stafford, 167* 
Fairechild, Joane, 258 
Fairfax, William, 271 
Fairefax, Nicho., 375, see Fear- 
fax 

Faldoe, Barthol., 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, 187 

Farbrase, Roger, 245 

Farebank, James, 140 

Farebem, Lawrence, 95 

Farebrother, Suzanna, 106, see 
Faierbrother 

Farepoynt, James, 95 

Farest, Robert, 102 

Farewell, James, 477 

Farley, Farly 

, Ann, 230 

, Jane, 230 



INDEX. 



Farley, Thomas, 181, 230 
Farman, Alice, ro8 

, Mary, 108 

, Ralph, 108 

, Tho., 108 

Farmer, Charles, 188 

, Elizabeth, 75 

, James, 303 

, John, 135, 329, 334, 

33 6 . 337, 34, 454 

, Madam, 472 

, Thomas, 52, 170, 204 



Farmer, Henry, 174 
Farnarcque, Thomas, 198 
Farnell, Robert, 169 
[Farquaharson], Fercharson, 

Thomas, 444 
Farr, Edward, 134 
Farraby, Tho., 114 
Farrands, Robert, 53 
Farrar, John, 194 

, Robert, IOI 

, William, 171, 268 
Farrell, Edmond, 122 

, Hugh, 370 

, Roger, 370 

, Simon, 138 

Farren, John, 153 
Farrer, James, 369 
Fairing, 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, Edward, 432 
Fassitt, James, 142 
Fatrice, Nicholas, 192 
Fauce (or Fance), Robert, 80 
Faucey, Thomas, 324 
Fauell, see Favell 
Faulkner, Thomas, 184, 250 
Faux, John, 40 

Favell, Christopher, 370 

, Roger, 454 
Favor, Jo., 36 
Fa'well, see Farewell 
Fawn (Foane, or Fowne), 

Robert, 318*, 320*, 324 
Fawne, John, 477 
Fayrie, Oliver, 114 
Feaghery, Thomas, 368 
Feak, Richard, 502 
Feake, Henry, 454, 501 
Fear, Francis, 370 
Fearfax, Tho., 51, see Fairfax 



Fearne, Henry, 194 

, Paul, 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, 478 
Feld, Jo., 124, see Feeld 
Felkynn, John, 140 
Felloe (or Fellow), William, 

45- 425 

Felton, John, 440 
Felver, Joan, 67 
Fenn, Alderman, 5 

, Richard, 50," 179 
Fennel), Edward, 449 

., Robert, 1 88, 264 



Fenner, Rabecca, 131 
Fennick, Eliz., 106 
Fenton, Agnis, 329 

, James, 194 

, Mr., 257 

Fercharson [Farquaharson], 

Thomas, <\<\.\ 
Fergusson, Elisabeth, 423 

, Thomas, 423 
Fern, Henry, 431 
Fernall, Robert, 233 
Ferneley (or Fernley), Thomas, 

166, 190 

Ferrar, William, 209 
Ferrell, Bridget, 459 
Ferriman, 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, Francies, 293 
Filmer, John, 178 
Finch, Benjamin, 488 

, Frances, 211 

, Joan, 488 

, Sir John, 162 

, Katherine, 488 

, see Fynch 

Fine, Richard, 240 

Finn, Teage, 368, see Fynn 

Firebrass, John, 444 

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, IOI 

, Enecha, 236 

, James, 101 

, Jo., 107, 108 

, Samuell, 390 

, Tho., 236 
Fits, Fitt, Fitte, Fills 

, Alice, 179 

, Ann, 227 

, Robert, 178, 127, 227, 501 

, Thomas, 179 

, set Fitz 

Fils James, Madam, 449, see 

Fitz James 

Fitzgerald, Morris, 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, 368 
Fitzrandolph, Phillip, 367 
Flaming, Peter, 74 
Flane, Charles, 79 
Flatter, Nico., 141 
, Wm., 143 



Fleetwood, Alexander, 134 
Flege, Thomas, 291 

6 7 -2 



532 



INDEX. 



Flemg [? Fleming], Edmond, 

36_9 
Fleming, [i.e., Flemming], 

Abram, 65 

, Richard, 79 

Fletcher, Benjamin, 165*, 166*, 

167 

, Edward, 38, 192 

(or Flettcher), George, 

441, 454 

, Henry, 87 

, John, 115, 352 

, Lodowick, 118 

, Miles, 95 

, Noah, 427 

William, 425 



Flewellin (or Flevvilling), Peter, 

323. 328 

Flexney, Thomas, 105 
Flexny, Robert, 349, 356, 373, 

391 

Flint, George, 502 
(or Flynt), Thomas, 183, 

259 
Flinton, Elizabeth, 187 

, Farrar, 251 

, Joane, 187, 251 

, Pharaoh, 273 

Flit, Marie, 198 

Flitcroft, Nicolas, 63 

Floid, Nathaniel!, 232, see 

Floyd 
Flower, John, 132 

, Thomas, 138, 179, 247 

Floyd, Thomas, 1 70, see Floid 
Fludd, David, 104 

, Elizabeth, 96 

, Jane, 96 

, John, 211 

, Joseph, 96 

, Margett, 211 

, Obediah, 96 

, Tho., 75 

, William, 21 1 

Flude, Bartholmew, 38 

Flynt, see Flint 

Foane (Fowne, or Fawn), 

Robert, 318*, 320*, 324 
Fogg (or Fogo), David, 348, 

352- 363, 384, 395, 4o, 405, 

415, 418, 435 
Fokar, Jo., 65 
Folinsby, Alice, 437 

, Thomas, 437 

Follett (or Follitt), John, 319, 

319*. 323, 357 
Folly, Nico., 127 
Follyn, Andrew, 471, 
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, 

3<8", 319* 
tord, Adrian, 103 

, Barbara, 62 

, Charles, 105 

, Francis, 369 

, George, 128, 152 

, Jn., 285 

, Mary, 85 

, Richard; 447 

, Rose, 425 

, Thomas, 478 

, Tristram, 143 

, see Foord 
Foreman, Samuell, 190 
Forest, Jesse de, 199 
Forestall, Richard, 477 
Forgiue [i.e., Forgive], Samuell, 

154 
Forrester, Agnes, 426 

, Jane, 426, 438 

, John, 438 

, Thomas, 426, 438 



Foster, Tho., 85 

, William, 390, 497 



Fouch, Tho., 126 
Fouche, Hugh, 127 
Fouks, William, 186 
Foulfoot, Tho., 42 
Foulke, Thomas, 192 

, William> 2.54 

Fouller, Frances, 174 
., William, 183 



Fountaine, Edward, 97 

I , John, 36 

Fourdrin, Francois, 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 



Forrester, Thomas, 443 
Forstall, Richard, 342, 440, 454 
Forster, Josias, 87 

Thomas, 304 



Forten, Jo., 131 
Fortescue, Sir Nicholas, 157 
, Symon, 268 



Forth, George, 120 

, John, 186, 254 

Foskew, Thomas, 181 
Fossitt, Fossett 

, Ann, 123, 172 

, Robert, IOI 

, Thomas, 172 

, Wardin, 84 



Foster, Christopher, 92 

, Elizabeth, 324 

, Francis, 92, 124 

, Hester, 325, 329, 368 

, Hopestill,. 68 



, James, 95 

.John, 93, 173, 182,478 



, Nathaniel!, 93 

, Patience, 68 

, Rabecca, 93 

, Richard, 122 

, Robert, 502 



-, 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, Marl in, 198 
Francis, 209 

(a Negro), 182 

, William, 296 



Francisco, Mathias, 254 
Francke, Daniell, 190 
Francklin, Nicholas, 435 
Franklin, Jonathan, 74 

(Francklyn, Frank- 



-, Sylus, 84 



lyn, orFrancklyon), Thomas, 
318*, 319*, 323, 367 
Frankling, Christopher, 443 
Fransum, Joseph, 368 
Fraser, Malcum, 320* 
Frazill, John, 71 [2IO 

i Freame (or Freme), John, 171, 
j Freboume, see Freebourne 
Frederick, John, 447 
! Free, John, 40 
Freebourne, Freebourn, Fre- 
bourne, Fribourne 



INDEX. 



533 



Freebourne, Mary, 278, 279 

, Sarah, 278 

, William, 278, 279 \ 

Freeman, Alice, 98 

, Anthony, 130 

, Bennet, 103 

, Bridges, 182 

, Edmond, 93, 98 

, Edward, 98 

Elizabeth, 98, 134, 



436 



- (or Freman), Henry, 



446 

, John, 92, 98 

, Joseph, 358, 

384, 404 

, Marie, 92 

, Raph, 209 



367, 



-, Sycillie, 92 

-, Thomas, 93, 139 

., William, 138, 502 



Frost, Frostt 

, Francis, 454 

, Reignold, 153 

, Tho., 134 

Fry, Frye 
, Henry, 191 
, John, 187, 190 
, Richard, 145 
, see Frie 

Fryer, George, 117, if? Frier 
Fryme, Richard, 38 
Fulcock, Henry, 133 
Fulder, Kat, 113 
Fulford, Jo., 82 
Fulham, Thomas, 195 
Fuller, Alice, 105 
, Joane, 454 

, Jo., 73 o 

, Marie, 48 

, Win., 73 



Gammage, Gamage, Gamadge, 
or Gamidge 

, Stephen, 327, 330 

, Thomas, 333, 336, 

341 

Gane, Richard, 40, see Gayne 
Ganey, Henry, 187, see Gany 
Gannock, Robert, 120 
Ganter (or Gunter), Lester, 131 
Gantois, P., 198 
Gany, Anna, 187, 256 

, Henrie, 251 

, William, 187, 256, 273 

, see Ganey 

Card, Margeret, 1 23, see Guard 
Garde, Alexander de la, 75 
Gardener, Wm., 85 
Gardiner, Edward, 170 
, Thomas, 507 



Freme, see Freame 
Freman, see Freeman 
French, Elizabeth, 99, 100 

, Francis, 99 

, John, 50, 99, 152 

, Judeth, 283 

, Marie, 99 

, Roger, 326 

, Samuell, 369 

, Wm., IOO 

Frere,John, 477 

. , Tobias, 329, 477, see Frier 

, William, 477 

Fresey, Ambrose, 191 
Frethram, Richard, 193 
Frethy, Tho., 153 
Fretwell (or Frettwell), Ralph, 

329- 472 
Frey, John, 298 
Fribourne, see Freebourne 
Friccar, Jo., in 
Frie, Geo., 128, seeYry 
Frier, George, 218 

, Tobias, 79, see Frere 

, 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, ill 

, Samuell, 369 

, Sarah, 428 

, Tho., 118 

Frogmorton, John, 176 



Fulshaw, Samuell, 193 
Fulwood, John, 181 
Fullwood, George, 141 
Furbank, Bartholm, 127 
Furbredd, Margerie, 37 
Furey, Charles, 502 
Furlow,-Mr., 191 
Furse (alias Voss, Fusse, or 
Fuss), Morris, 333, 338, 

34 

Fusheir, Phillip, 4.61 
Fusse, see 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, Joseph, 318* 

Gaich, Joseph, 319*, 323 
! Gaile, Elias, 175, 226 

Gale, John, 172, 334, 337, 340, 
see Gall, Joseph 
, Richard, 70 

Galhampton (Galhamton, Gil- 
hampton, or Gilhamton), Tho- 
mas, 332, 335, 340, see Gil- 
hampton 

Gall, Andrew, 349, 361, 370, 

379, 409 
, Joseph, 334, see Gale, 

John 

Caller, Wm., 135 
Galley, Tho., 135 
Gallop, Ann, 337 
Galloway, Charles, 75 
Garni in, Robert, 149 



Gardner, Ann, 75 

, Charles, 317, 342, 344 

, Edward, 107 

, George, 370 

, John, 371, 374 

, Lyon, 118 

, Mary, 118 

, Peter, 68 

, Thomas, 123 

., William, 507 



Garland, Hugh, 36 
Jo., 112 



Garman, Timothy, 435 
Garner, Mary, 502 

, Miller, 502 

Garnett, Elizabeth, 187, 255 

, Judith, 279 

, Susan, 187, 255 



, Thomas, 187, 255 

Garney, James, 478 
Garr, Symon, 137 
Garrard, Edward, 71 
Garret, Garrett 

, Emond, 502 

, Francis, 83 

, Owen, 71 

, Steeven, 50 

, Richard West, 135 

, Tho., 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, 4,78, 492 

-, Susanna, 492 



Gasko, Thomas, 173 



534 



INDEX. 



Gaskoyne, Thomas, 264, see 

Gascoyne, &c. 
Caspar, Pierre, 198 

Gass, Edward, 51 

Gastrell, Ebedmelcch, 169 

Cater, Joan, 1 1 1 

, Jo., in, 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 

Gauntlett (or Gawntlett), Wil- 
liam, 183, 195 

Gaurd, La, 184 

Gavett, John, 194 

Gavyn, Richard, 127 

Gawntlett, see Gauntlett 

Gawyn, see MacGawyn 

Gay, Abell, 471 

, James, 171 

(or Guy), John, 326, 328 

, Widow, 471 

Gayer, Francis, 112 

Gayne, William, 187, 253, see 
Cane 

Gayton, Richard, 454 

Geales, William, 194 

Gean, Pontus Le, 199 

Gedney, Hanah, 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, 188 

, Henry, 112 

, Thomas, 478 

Gerden, Bridget, 64 

Gerish, Benjamin, 371 

Gew, Henry, 126 

Ghiselin, Claude, 199 

Gibbes, see Gibbs 

Gibbins, Oliff, 125 

Gibbons, Henry, 332, 338, 

34 

, 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 

[? ], Mary, 469 

, Nicholas, 342 

, Phillip, 502 

, Richard, 371 

, Sarah, 466 

, Stephen, 329, 470 

, Thomas, 323 

Gibbson, Gibson 

, Ann, 62 

, Francis, 174 

, John, 122, 502 

, Mathew, 502 

, Nico., 112 



Gill, Mark, 120 
, Richard, 115 
, Thomas, 129 
Cillam, Gilham, Gillham 

, Ann, 97 

, Ben., 97 

, Emanuell, 502 

Jo., 124, 478 



, Tho., 124 
Wm., 137 



Cille, Jan., 199 
Gilles, Edward, 478 

1 , Junr., 478 

Gillett, Richard, 194 
Gilliard, Anto., 85 
, John, 434 



Gilson, Thomas, 74 
Gislingham, Edward, 432 
, Elisabeth, 432 



-, Richard, 141 
-, Walter, 52 
-, William, 40, 139 
-, Yeoman, 118 



, Jone, 432 

Gitly, Henry, 433 
Gittes, Henry, 371 
Gittings, John, 489 
-, Mabell, 489 



-, Mary, 489 



Giddins, Geo., 45, 46 
, Jane, 45 



Gidion, Rowland, 373 
Gifford, Edward, 122 
, Francis, 272 



, Samuell, 444 

Giggon, Jesper, 64 
Gilbert, , 195 



-, Henry, 122 
, James, 347, 358, 362, 

394, 399, 432 

, Nathaniel!, 478 

, Robert, 80, 431 

, Roger, 122 

-, Thomas, 141, 365,383, 



I Gladdin, Tho., 356 

i Glade, Joseph, 38 
Gladwell, Aymes, 66 
Glaister, Richard, 37 
Clasbrooke, Wm., 118 
Glassenden, John, 133 
Gleadston, Nicholas, 193 
Glenester, Robert, 123 
Clifford, Hanna, 109 [? Clif- 
ford] 
Closter, Jo., 122 

., Mathew, 170, 206 



386, 398 

-, William, 297 



Gilby, Robert, 39 
Gilder, Henrie, 64 
Gildingwater, Tho., 74 
Giles, Ann, 492 

George, 492 

Jonathan, 177, 222 
Margrett, 184 

William, 322 

see Gyles 

Gilgate, Jo., 82 
Cilhampton, Olliver, 445 

, see Galhauipton 



Gilham, Gillham, see Giilam 
Gill, Allexander, 174, 240 

, John, 104, 319*, 323 

, , Junr., 319 



Glouer [.., Glover] 
Glover, Alexander, 128 

, Henry, 178, 280 

, John Jarvice, alias, 

181 

, Richard, in 

Glower, Charles, 150 
Glyiin, Bryan, 101 
Goad, John, 112, 142 

, Tho., 100 

, Wm., 141 
Goadby, Jo., 46 
Goald, John, 319 
Goard, Richard, 72, 76 
Codbehere, Benjamin, 431 
Godbitt, Tho., 79 
Codby, Joane, 253 

, Thomas, 187, 253, 273 

Coddard, John, 166* 
Coddin, Edward, 85 
, George, 71 



.Jo, 135 

, see GoOi 



ing 



INDEX. 



535 



Godding, Gooden or Goden, 
Abraham, 315, 320*, 325, 
see Goding 

Godffree, Gilbert, 372 

Godfrey, Andrew, 422 

, Jo., 101 

, Sarah, 422 

Godfrie, Henrie, 140 

Godfry, Mary, 371 

Goding, Peter, 454, se>- God- 
ding, &c. 

Godsall (or Godsal), John, 

3i6*. 3'7, 343 

Godwin, Reinould, 258, see 
Goodwyn 

, Robert, 261 

Goeing, Frances, 499 

, John, 499 
Goff, William, 136 
Goffe, Eliza, 107 
, James, 498 

, Marie, 87 

, Michael, 498 

Gogin, William, 372 
Golane, .Mary, 430 
, Patric, 430 
Gold, Edward, 54 

, Eliz., 123 

, Jarvice, 48 

, William, 440 
Goldenham, Jonas, 133 
Colder, Win., 124 
Golding, George, 1 68 

, John, 70 

, Percivall, 371 

, see Colliding 

Goldham, Alice, 67 
Goldingham, James, 41 

, John, 324, 460 

, see Colliding- 

ham 
Goldsmith, Arthure, 234 

, Farford, 63 

, see Gouldsmith 

Gold well, Ann, 113 
Golthorp, Ralph, 103 
Gomez, Isaac, 450 
Gonn, Ann, 107 
, Jasper, 107 
Good, Thomas, 299 
Goodale, Abraham, 282 

, Isaacke, 282 

, Maty, 282 

, Robert, 282 

Goodall, Katherin, 280 

, Robert, 280 

Goodbarne, John, 119 
Goodby, Jone, 187 
Goodchild, Richard, 195 
, Chrismus, 195 



Gooddens, Adam, 291 
Goodeii, set' Godding 
Goodenuff, Sam , 69 
Goodfaith, Joseph, 304 
Goodhew, jane, 108 
Goodhue, Nico., 108 
Good in, Anne, 293 
Gooding, Joseph, 371 
Goodladd, Richard, 80 
Goodman, Ellz., 454 

, Richard, 478 

, Robert, 183, 260 
, Tho., 37 



, Tymothie, 75 

Goodridge, Jo., 125 
Goodson, John, IOI, 125 
Goodwene, John, 145 
Goodwinn, Mary, 134 
Goodwyn, Goodwynn 

Jane, 134 

Marie, 67 

Reinold, 183, set God- 



Tho., 8 1 
William, 150 



Gookines, Daniell, 243 
Goold (or Gould), Enock, 316*, 

3'7, 343 

, Thoma?, 316, 342 



, see Gould 
Goose, William, 293 
Gorden, Edmond, 59 
, George, 372 
, Peter, 478 



Gorges, Sir Ferdinand, 159* 

, Henry, 462 

, Richard, Lord, 162 
Gorham, John, 94 

, Thomas, 94 

Gorhie, Donough, 129 
Gorman (or Gormon), Matthew, 

478, 495 
Gorton, John, 372 

, Richard, 372 

, Steven, 122 



Gosling, Tho., 8 1 
Goslinn, Jo., 81 
Gosnel, Elisabeth, 422 
, John, 422 



Gosselin, Wm., 142 
Gosselyng, George, 161* 

, James, 161* 

Gother, Henry, 372 

Gough (or Gowgh), Mathew, 

izi, 137 

Gould (or Goold), Enock, 316* 

3 '7. 343 

, Grace, 90 

, John, 90 

, Fetter, 191 



lould, Thomas, 318 

, William, 316* 

see Goold 



jouldfinch, Nicholas, 226 
moulding, Thomas, 239, see 

Golding 

iouldinge, Jane, 152 
, Sara, 249 



iouldingham, Henry, 465 

, John, 465 

-, sec Goldingham 



Gouldocke, Sara, 185 
iouldsmith, Arthur, 179 

, Nicholas, 175 

, see Goldsmith 



Gouldson, Gouldston 

, Anne, 281 

, Henery, 281, 282 



, Mary, 282 

jouldwell, Henry, 186 

Gourdeman, Jean, 198 

~ourney, William, 151 

Governeur, Abraham, 166* 

Gowde, Henry, 140 

Gowen, Tho., 119 

Gowgh, see Gough. 

Cirace, Benjamin, 454 

, Junr.,438 
, Geo., 121 



Grafton (or Graston), James, 37 
, John, 364, 385, 397 



Grame (or Grand), James, 37 
Crane (or Graves), George, 175 
Granger, Niccolas, 262 

, Robert, 39 

, Thomas, 129 

, see Graunger 

Grant, Thomas, 431, jivGraunt 

Grasson, Wm., 123 

Graston (or Grafton), James, 

37 
Graue, Graues, see Grave, 

Graves 
Graunger, Nicholas, 188, 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 Crane), George, 

175 

, Mary, 467 

, Richard, 92 

, Robert, 217, 467 

, Rose, 467 



INDEX. 



Graves, Thomas, 188, 263 
Gray, Edward, 51 

, Francis, 79 

, George, 339 

, John, 342 

, Mathew, 342 

, Richard, 137, 478, 494 

, Robert, 372, 443, 478 

, see Grey 

Graye, Jone, 176, 228 

, Margrett, 228 

, Thomas, 176, 228 

, William, 176, 228, 502 

Grazbury, John, 307. 
Gra2ebury, James, 31 1 
Greefeson, William, 139 
Green, Jacob, 348, 369, 380, 

383, 389, 406, 411, 416 

, Richard, 317*. 319*, 324 

, see Greene 

Greene, Abigail, 150 

, Aderton, 192 

, Alexander, 125 

, Ambrose, 140 

, Daniell, 36 

, Darcas, 278 

, Edward, 125 

, Elizabeth, 465, 467 

, Ellin, 62 

, George, 36, 463 

. Jacob, 150 

John, 70, 74, 8l, 150, 



176, 182, 194, 279 
-, Joseph, 150 



, Nicholas, 71 

, Percivall, 62 

, Perseverance, 150 

, Richard, 86, 179, 236 

, Robert, 102, 170 

, Roger, 138 

, Saloman (or Sollo- 

man), 189, 264 

, Sara, 113 

, Sisley,-i74 

, Suzan, 7 1 

-, Thomas 38, 45, 46, 83, 



103, 142 

--, William, 71, 126, 127, 



141, 254, 462, 465, 467 
Greenelefe, Wm. ( 128, see 

Greenleafe 
Greenewood, John, 39 

, Robert, 141 

, set Greenwood 

Greenhill, Nicholas, 230 
Greenidge, Jane, 490 

, Jean, 478 

, Philocleon, 490 

, Richard, 478, 490 

Greenleafe, Ami, 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 

, see Grevett 

Gregorie, Alexander, 138 
, Ben, 115 

, Tho., 121 

, see Griggory 



Gregory, Ormond, 478 

, Richard, 171, 222 

, Thomas, 327, 331 

, see Griggory 



Greigs, John, 352 
Grenier, Antoine, 198 
Grensild, Barbrey, 294 

, Marey, 294 

, Samuell, 294 



Gressam, Edward, 128 
, Jo., 127 



Grestninh, Jacobus, 370 
Gretrick, Thomas, 297 
Grevett, John, 178, see Gree- 
vett 
Grey, Matthew, 472 

, Ralph, 167*, 168 

, Thomas, 162 
, Ursula, 425 

, see Gray, Graye 

Gribell, Thomas, 145 
Griddick, 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 
Win., 115 



Griffin, see Griphin and Gruffin 
Griffith, Ambrose, 183 

, Edward, 138 

, Grace, 432 

, Herbert, 489 

, To., 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 

, Richard, 80 

, Robert, 478 

, Wm., 38 



Grimes, Ann, 173 
, Gilbert, 73 



, George, 190 

(or Grines), George, 



267 

Grimscroft, jo., 36 
Grimston, Anthony, IO2 
, Justice, 43 



Grind, Richard, 135 
Grindall, Edward, 135, 1 80 
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, Ellizabeth, 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 
Gmbb, John, 271 

, Thomas, 228 

, William, 70 

Grubthorn, Edward, 133 
Grudge, Humfrey, 84 
Gruffin, John, 192, see Griffin, 

&c. 

Gualmay, Thomas, 64 
Guard, Elizabeth, 491 

, Isabell, 491 

, Peregrine, 491 

, William, 347, 358, 362, 

379, 3 8 7, 392, 43, 412, 4"3 , 

, see Gard 

Gudderidge, Ann, 102 

, Tho., 113 

Gume (Gunie, or Gume), Grif- 

fine, 177 
( ), Thomas, 191, 

192, 93 

Guise, Christopher, 164* 
Gullifer, Tho., 71 
Gulliver, Mr., 436 
Gulstons, Chad., 195, see Gun- 

ston 
Gume (Guine or Gunie), Grif- 

fine, 177 
Guiiiy [i.e., Gummy], Richard, 

95 

Gun, Daniel, 424 

, Sarah, 424 

, Thomas, 424 

, see 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 

Gunner)', John, 274 

Gunning, John, 478 

Gunston, Chad., 189, see Gul- 
stons 

Gunstone, Thomas, 462 

Gunter (or Ganter), Lester, 131 

, Wm., 142 

Guppy, Justinean (or Juzti- 
pher, 332, 335, 34' 

, Wm., 318*, 319*, 320* 

Gurge, William, 151 

Gurr, George, 180, 236 

Currish, Jeffery, 117 



Qutsall, Walter, 92 
Guy, 445, 454 

, Alice, 75 

, Elisabeth, 428 

, James, 205 

(or Gay), John, 326, 328 

, Richard, 120 

, Robert, 171, 228 

, Whitney, 195 

, William, 35 

Gwyne, Paul, 440 
Gyffith, Ambrose, 255 

, Joyse, 255 

-, see Griffith 



Gyles, Wm., 318*, 319*, see 
Giles 

HABBARD, Joan, 496 

, William, 496 

Habbittell, Geo., 123 
Habing, Thomas, 502 
Habroll, James, 24 
Hach, Thomas, 171 
Hacker, Ferdinando, 375 

, James, 296 

, John, 233 



Hacket, Hackett 

, Ann, 480 

, Sir Robert, 494 

, Robert, 376 

., William, 479 



Hackwell, Hackewell 

, , 88, 89, 90 

, H., 87 

, Jo., 66 

, Richard, 73, 100 

, Robert, 91, 92, 96, 



97 

Hackwood, Mary, 429 
Hadbie, Tho., 81 
Hadborne, Anna, 91 

, Anne, 91 

, Geo., 91 

, Rebecca, 91 



Hadnet, Humfrey, 101 

Haeward, Thomas, 149, see 
Haieward, Haiward, Hay- 
ward 

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"., 12 1 

, James, 137 

, John, 41 

, Robert, 72 

, William, 50 



Haies, see Hayes 
Haieward, 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 
Haines (or Hames), Thomas, 

128 

, William, 



180 



-, see Haynes 



Haiward, Robert, II J, see Hae- 
ward, &c. 

Hakes, Thomas, 191 

Hakesby, Isabell, 113 

Hal, Elisabeth, 437 

, Esther, 437 

, Francis, 437 

, Jehu, 434 

, tee Hall 

Halam, Ro,bert, 169, see Hal- 
lam, Hallum 

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 Hafiingworth 

Hall, Agnis, 283 

, Anne, 421 

P-], , 469 

, Anthony, 428 

, Christopher, 176, 227 

, Dorothy, 283 

, 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, 188, 194, 235, 304 

Tristram, 283 

William, 112, 236, 332, 

338, 341, 469 

, see Hal 

Hallam, Win., 479, j t v Halam, 

Hallum 

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 

Halliack, John, 92 
Halliers, Idye, 210 
Hallingworth, Halingworth 

Edward, 74 

Eliz., 108 

Richard, 108 

Suzan, 108 

jsrHollingworth 

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, u6, see Haley, 

Hayley, &c. 
Ham, John, 432, 455 

, Joseph, 245 

, Susanna, 432 
Haman (or Hamun), John, 191, 

192 

, Joseph, 185 

, Mathew, 179 

, see Hayman 

Hamar, see Hamor 
Hamblen, Mathew, 67 
Hamblin, Widow, 455 
Hamdy (or Hamey), Richard, 

no 

Hamer, see Hamor 
Hamerly, see Hammerly 



Hames, Clement, 136 

, Richard, 143, see 

Hamis 

, Tho., 41 

(or Haines), Tho., 128 

( ), William, 



180 
Ilamey (or Ilamdy), Richard, 

no 

Ilamias, Moses, 449 
Hamilton, Adam, 374 
- , James, Marquis of, 

160 

I [amis, Richard, 141, see Hamcs 
Hamlin, Giles, 360 
Hammerly, Martha, 469 
Hamock, Allin, 120 
Hamon, Mathew, 235 
Hamond (or Hammond) 

, Christopher, 121 

, Daniell, 86 



, Elizabeth, 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 



184, 



, William, 253, 261 

Hamun (or Haman), John, 191, 

192, see I layman 
Hanbury, Daniell, 48 

, Nicholas, 480 

Hancock, Alexander, 378 

, John, 137, 442 

, Tho., 121 

Hand, Tho., 124 

, Winnifred, 64 

Handcleare, Beniamine, 

243 

Handley, Robert, 112 
Hands, Richard, 41 
Handy, Elizabeth, 466 

, John, 455, 466 

, Samuell, in 

Hanes (or Haues), Luke, I2O 
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, 14! 
Hanson, Ann, 489 

, Francis, 489 
, John, 489 

, Rebecca, 491 



-- , Robert, 491 
-- , Samuell, 454, 462 
Hanway, George, 165* 
Harbert, Edward, 480 

- , Jo-, 9> 

- , Wm., IO2 
Harbin, Allexander, 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, 



495 



-, Hugh, 307 



, John, 350, 374, 394, 

404 

, Katharine, 421 

, Margery, 71 

, Mary, 421 

, Xathanael, 466 

-, Sara, 133 

, Thomas, 182 

, Wm., 133, 439, 446 

Hardiss, Joan, 102 
Hardisse, William, 102 
Harden, John, 121 
Hardwick, Francis, 455 
Hardy, Joseph, 357, 358, 374, 

394, 44 

, Robert, 73 



Hare, Bryan, 124 

, Elvy, 490 

, George, 490 

, John, 437, 45; 

, Mary, 437 

, Sarah, 490 

, Suzan, 125 

Harecourt, Robert, 156 
11 arc (inch, Wm., 104 



INDEX. 



539 



Hargrave, Richard, 35 
Hargraves, Allis, 479 
Hargrove, William, 493 
Harison, see Harrison 
Ilarker, John, 378 
Ilarkwood, Jo., 133 
Harlakenden, Eliza, 100 

, Mable, loo 

, Roger, 100 
Harlow, Harlowe 

, Anthony, 178 

, John, 82, 187, 250, 

468 

, Richard, 468 

Harlstone, Edward, 479 
Harman, Captain, 47 

, Charles, 264 

, Kllis, 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, 268, 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, 1 86 

, Charts, 437 

, George, 269 

, Hugh, 104 

, John, 39, 102 

, Raphe, 195 



Harrison, Richard, 96 

(Ilarison, or Harris- 



son), Robeit, 138, 323, 331 

- , William, 106 
Harrowigg, Marie, 67 
Harrwell, Tho., 143 
llarrwood, see llarwood 
Hart, Harte, Ilartt 

- , Captain, 176 

- , Charity, 490 

- , Chri., 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 

- , Wra., IO2 
Hartey, John, 316 
Hartforde, Margrett, 47 
Hartlie, Christopher, 140 
Hartley, Jeremy, 71 

, William, 174, 180,233 
Haruey, see Harvey 
Harvey, Harvye, Harvy, Ilarvie 
-- Alexander, 122 
Ann, 45 



--- Grace, 435 
Griffith, 373 



- Henry, 447 
Sir John, 160 



John, 158, 440 

- Nicholas, 37 

Richard, 45, 83 
-- Samuell, 195 

Thomas, 232, 416 

William, 334, 338, 341 
Harwood, llarrwood 
--- , Ann, 423 

- , Augustin, 105 
- , Daniell, 455 

, Grace, 241 

, John, 423 

- , Margarett, 151 
-- , Mary, 423 

- , Paule, 187, 253 
-- , Ralph, 40 
-- , Richard, 329, 337 
- , Robert, 122 

-, Thomas, 120, 178, 



241 



-, William, 181, 238 



Hasfell, Marie, 55 

, Martha, 55 

, Rachell, 55 

, Richard, 55 



Hasfell, Ruth, 55 
-, Sara, 55 



Hascll, John, 445 

, Peter, 378 

, William, 374 

, see Hassell, Hazel 



Hosehrood, Elizabeth, 488, 494 

, Jane, 494 

, Richard, 488 

, Thomas, 479, 488, 

494 

Itaslcwood, Walter, 237 
Hasley, John, 181, 238 
Hassard, Edward, 67, see 

Hazard 
Hassell, Benjamin, -|/|/[ 

, Ralph, 454 

, Win., 122 

, sec Hasell, Hazel 



Hastings, Edward, 69 

, Susan, 280 

, Thomas, 280 



Hatch, Rebecca, 187 
, Thomas, 222 



Hatchet, Tho., 102 
Hatfeild, Hatfield, Hattfitd 

, Joseph, 183, 260 

, William, 172, 210 



Hathorn, Jo., 103 
Hathorne, Tho., 47 
Hathoway, Jo., 108 
Hathway, Samuell, 455 

, Suzan, 96 

Hatrell, George, 135 
Hatterton, TO., 80 
Hattfild, tee Hatfeild 
Hatton, Ann, 430 

, Charles, 479 

, John, 248 

, Olive, 248 

, Robert, 373 

, Thomas, 430 

, Wm., 129 



Hanby, Richard, 39 

Haues (or Hanes), Luke, I2O 

Haughtaine, Richard, 480 

Haughton (or Houghton), 
Epaphroditus, 165*, 166 

, Gerrard, 298, see 

Hawton 

Hauiland, see Haviland 

Haukins, see Hawkins 

Haukom, see HawlUom, &c. 

Haukseworth, Tho., 43, see 
Hawksworlh 

Haukworth (or Hankworth), 
Nathaniel!, 243, see Hawks- 
worth 

Haulkom, see Hawlkom 

Haulton, William, 279 

682 



540 



INDEX. 



Hausen (or Hawcn), Samuell, 

479 

Havercamp, Francis, 126 
Haviland, Mathew, 329, 444 

, Miles, 374 

Haward, Henry, 278.' 

, Hugh, 218 

, Susan, 218 
, see Hayward 
Ha way, Thomas, 172 
Hawen (or Hausen), Samuell, 

479 
Hawes, Ann, 131 

, Anna, 131 

, Obediah, 131 

, Reginoll, 37 

, Richard, 131 

Hawker, Timothy, 334, 338, 341 
Hawkes, Ellin, 117 
, Mary, 117 

, Wm., 124 

Hawkins, Abraham, 424 

Andrew, 443 

Clement, 74 

Geo., 83 

James, 125 

Job, 56 

Mar)-, 424 

Richard, 59 

Thomas, 180, 234, 



424 



William, 151 
see Hawkynns 



Hawksworth, John, 454, 455, 

459 

, 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, 1 60 

Hayem, Abraham, 373 

Hayes, Jane, 490 

, Martin, 402, 444 

, Thomas, 479, 490 

, see Haies 
Hayley, Anthony, 433, see 

Haly, Haley, Heylei 



Hayman, Nathan, 400, 404, 
414 

, William, 39 

Hayman, see Unman 
Hayne, Haynes 

, John, 318*, 319*, 324 

, Michel!, 119 



, William, 318*. 319*, 

322, 333, 33.7. 340 

, see Haine, Haines 



Hayse, Thomas, 331 
Hayte, Robert, 470 
Hayward, John, 470 

, William, 70 

, see Haward, Hae- 



ward, c. 
Haywood, John, 331, 446, 479 

, Widow, 447 

, see Hey wood 



Hellier, iiv Ilellyer 
HcHin, &c., jivHelin 
i Hellue, Robert, 193 
Ilellyer (Hellier or Hillier), 

Robert, 327, 329 
( ), Thomas, 327, 

329 
Helmes, John, 376 

, Thomas, 502 

Ilely, John, 171, 2IO 

, Mathew, 81 

, see Healy 

Ilelyn, sa' Ilelin 

Heraing [/.., Hemming], Jo., 

122 

Henderson, Francis, 479 
, Wm., 472 



['Hazard], Henry, 188 

, Joane, 188 

, John, 188, 248 

, see Hassard 



Hazell, Toby, 64, see Hasell, 

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, IOI 

, Olliver Van, IOI 

, Peter Van, 101 

Hecthrop (or Hectrop), Wm., 

347, 455 
Hedges, Francis, 87 

, Robert, 1 74, 240 



Hedley, Hedly 

, Edward, 86 

, Michell, 124 

, Tho., 86 



Hedsall, Thomas, 54 
Heetl, Robert, 84 
Heelis, Geo., 134 
Heford, Nathan, 45 
, Roger, 242 



Heiden, Henry, in, see Hai- 

den, Heydon 
Helawe, Wm., 81 
Helcott, Thomas, 177, 265 
Helin (Hellin, Helline, or He- 

lyn), John, 176, 181, 313* 



Hendly, Daniell, 374 
Eliz", 374 



Hendry, Jo., 123 
Hendy, Richard, 434 
Henley, Edward, 324 
Henly, Ralph, 429 
Henman, Jo., 134 
Henry, 184, 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 
Mersey, Richard, 95 
Heslerton, Thomas, 445 
Heth, Jo., 132 

Hetherington, Katherine, 374 
Hethersall, Thomas, 188, 

272 
Hethersell (or Hethersall), 

John, 330, 338, 343 
Ilewbrayne, John, 154 
Hewes, John, 502 

, Thomas, 254 

, set Hughes, Hughs, 

Hues 






INDEX, 



Hewitt, Robert, 446, 471, see 

Huett 
Heydon, J. , 303, see Haiden, 

Heiden 
Heylei, Richard, 43, sa Haley, 

Hayley 

Heywood, John, 374, see Hay- 
wood 

Hibbins, James, 63 
Hibbott's, Katherin, 96 
Hichcocke, Kilibett, 173 

, Thomas, 177, 189 

, William, 181 

, see Hitchcock 
Hickcombottom, Jo., 36, see 

Higginbotham 
Hickey, Wm., 104 
Hickles, Jane; 143 
Hickman, Charity, 493 

, Richard, 493 

, Walter, 493 

Hickmore, Mr., 174 
Hicmott, James, 224 
Hide, Jamas, 81 

, Richard, 125 

, see Hyde 

Higges, Miles, 306 
Higginbotham, John, 441, 455, 

see Hickcombottam 
Higgins, Elizabeth, 185 

, John, 39, 206 

Higginson, Ann, 124 

, Humfrey, 124 

, Margaret, 502 
Higgison, Henry, 375 
Higley, John. 374 
Hilgrove, Alexander, 429 
Hilk, John, 378 
Hilman, jvt- Hillman 
Hill, Edward, 186, 257, 273 

, Elizabeth, 152, 186, 252 

, Frances, 187 

, Francis, 260 

, George, 94, 426 

, Hanna, 1 86 

, Henry, 85, 293 

, Jane, 207 

, Joan, 134 

, John, 37, 39, 74, 80, 122, 

126, 138, 186, 249, 377, 455, 

497. S2 

(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, Ellner, 98 

(or Hilman), James, 



333. 337, 34 
Hills, Ismale, 188 

, Rose, 123 

, set Hill 

Hilton, Alie, 71 

, Hugh, 128, 170, 203 

, Tho., 



Hinch, John, 489 

, Margery, 489 
, William, 489 



Hincle, Margaret, 105 

, William, 104 

, see Hynd 



Hindsley, Wm., 123 
Hine, Robert, 471 
Hingle, James, 112 
Hinkynn, Wm., 141 
Hinshawe, Wm., 125 
Hinson, Jo., 128 
Hinton, Ellias, 179 

, John, 175 

, see Hynton 

Hippsley, Jo., 135 
Hitchcock, Hitchcocke 

n Captain, 195 

, John, 319*, 324 

, Mathew, 59 



-, Tho., 104 
-, Wm., 79 
-, see Hichcock, Hitc- 



kock 

Hitchcott, John, 318* [? Hitch- 
cock] 

Hitchy, John, 228 

Hitckock, Alice, 237 

, Thomas, 237 

, see Hichcock, Hitch- 
cock, &c. 

Hiter, George, 40 

Hoare, Edward, 319* 

, Richard, 318*, 319*, 



324 



(or Hoar), Thomas, 

3 2 6, 33 
-- , see Hore 
Hobbs, Hobs, Hobes 

Elizabeth, 378 

Humility, 426 

Oliver, 318*. 319*, 



324 



Robert, 140 
Roger, 326, 331 
Tho., 69, 113 



Hobcraft, Elinor, 421 



Hobcraft, John, 421 
, Lovel, 42 1 



Hobes, see Hobbs 

Hobin, Tho., 139 

Hoble, John, 286 

Hoblyn (or Holbin), Christo- 
pher, 316*, 317, 342 

Hobs, see Hobbs 

Hobson, Edward, 104, 169, 
20 1 

, John, 121 



, Nicholas, 41 

, Thomas, 169, 268 



Hocksley, John, 152 
Hoddins, Jo., 81 
Hodges, Christopher, 429 

, Elizabeth, 177, 220 

, Jo., 36, 54. '04- '93 

, lone, 429 

, Mr., 50 

, Roger, 86 

, Tho., 81 

Hodgskines, Hojgskins, Hod- 
skyns, Hodskynns 

, Antonio, 124 

, Edward, 120 

, Henrie, 135 

1 , Jesper, 125 

, Margrett, 264 

, Nicholas, 264 

, Temperance, 264 

Hodgson, William, 39 
Hodson, Tho., 137 
Hoeman, Elizabeth, 118 

, Wm., 89 

, Winifrid, 89 



Hog, Thomas, 429, sec Hogg 
Hogdon, Isaac, 434 

H gg, J-> '29, 142. see Hog 
Hoggin, Dennis, in 
Hogman, Elizabeth, 479 
Holbin (or Hoblyn), Christo- 
pher, 316*, 317, 342 
Holbrooke, Anne, 285 

, Elizabeth, 285 

, Jane, 285 

, John, 285 

, Thomas, 285 

Holburd, Walter, 64 
Holcombe, see Hawlkom, &c. 
Holder John, 336 

, Junr., 502 

Meletiah, 502 

Nicholas, 479 

Wm., 336 

see Houlder 



Holdip 



423 



Frances, 423, 460 
Hilliard, 362, 375, 



-, John, 423, 460 



54* 



INDEX. 



HoUlred, Wm., 53 
Holdsworth, Arther, 378 

, Gilbert, 71 

, Jo., 109 

Hole, Robert, 446 
Holcman, Roger, 379 

, Thomas, 324 
Hollam, Robert, 202 
Holland, Abram, 139 

, Ann, 123 

, Gabriell, 169, 228 

, Henry, Earl of, 159, 
160 

, John, 38 

, Manila, 105 

, Rebecca, 228 

, Robert, 38 

, Thomas, 96 

, Wm., 1 10 

Hollard, Angell, 285 

, Katheryn, 285 

, Thomas, 373, 441 
Holliday, Mary, 375, see Hol- 

lyday 

Hollidge, Roger, 102 
Hollingworth, Wm., 108, see 

Hallingworth 
Hollin, John, 427 
Hollinbrigg, Edward, I2O 
Hollinhy, Richard, 52 
Hollinsworth, Ralph, 455] 
Hollis, Edith, 171 

, Nico., 51 

Holloway, Edmond, 70 

, Eedie, 113 

, Elizabeth, 123 

-, Hannah, 304 



-, Jo., 72 

-, Richard, 373 



Hollowell, John, 468 
Holly, Eliza., 93 
Hollyday, Wm., 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, 

496 

, James, 479, 492 

, John, 51, 479, 492, 

494 

, Mary, 492 

, Mathew, in 

, Richard, 40 

, Samuell, 83 



Holmes, Susanna, 495 

, Thomas, 297 

Holsey, Richard, 376 
Holt, Humfrey, 132 

, Joseph, 379 

, Randall, 221 

, Rowland, 375 

, Wm., 85 

llolton, Bartholmew, 95 

Home, John, 265 

Homer, Roger, 353, 360, 361, 

369, 382,385, 408, 412, 417 
Homes, Margaret, 123 

, Thomas, 290 

Honniborn, Robert, 102 
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 

Hopcroft, John, 416, 443 
Hopekings, Samuell, 502, see 

Hopkins 

Hopes, Henry, 119 
Hopkicke, William, 194 
Hopkins, Annis, 117 

, Barthelmew, 183 
, Richard, 121 



-, see Hopekings 



rlopkinson, Michell, 36 
rloppine, Mary, 152 
riopson, Thomas, 233 
iopwood, Jo., 63 
iordesnell, Henry, 164* 
lore, Richard, 37, see Hoare 
iorn, Mary, 428 
lorne, Gustavus Adolphiis, 

377 

-, Henry, 179 



--, Jo., 103 

-, Richard, 141 



lorner, James, 125 

, Thomas, 193, 445 



lorniold, Horniolde 

, Katherine, 494 

, William, 479, 494 

lornn, Richard, 179 
iornwood, Jo., 121 



Horribynn, Richard, 80 
Horrock's, Tho., 126 
Horsham, Dorcas, 68 

, Edward, 67 

-, Elizabeth, 67 



Horswood, Sarah, 460 
Horton, John, 431 
, Robert, 427 



Horwood, James, 42 

Hosier, , 192, 196 

Hoskins, Hoskyns 

Bartholmew, 121, 274 

Sir John, 167 

Katharin, 428 

Mrs., 446 

Nicholas, 189 

Robert, 467 



Hosmer, Hossmer 
Ann, 54 
James, 54 
Marie, 54 



Hoten, Margery, 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, 

4'7 

, Mabell, 488 

, Mary, 488 

, Sir Philip, 163* 
, William, 119, 488 



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. 



543 



Howell, Saralu 375 

, Tho., 125 

Howes, Marie, 67 
, Richard, 428 
Howgate, Jo., 120 
Howlett, Randall, 174 

, William, 191 

Hownesfield, John, 140 
Howse, Jo., 74 
Howseman, Richard, 73 

, \Vm., 51 

Howson, Ellin, 42 

, Peter, 42 

Huatt (or Hull), Nathanill, 271 
Hubbard George, 132, 303 
James, 80 
John, 68, 106, 303 
Judith, 106 
Marie, 130 
Mary, 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 Hutch- 
ins 
Huchinson, John, 300, see 

Hutchinson 
Hucker, Walter, 316* 
Huckle, Wm., 73 
Hudlice, John, 296 
Hudley, Grissel, 488 

, Mary, 488 

, Timothy, 488 

Hudson, Chri., 109 

, Edward, 174, 180, 266 

, Eliz., 62 



498 



-, Francis, 127 
-, Hanna, 62 

John, 62, 442, 



445, 



, Marie, 6t 

, Ralph, 62, 84 

, Richard, 122 

, Robert, 173, 213 

, Suzan, 38 

, Thomas, 139, 357, 387, 

399 

, Wm., 37, 102 

Hues, Hugh, 181, see Hewes, 

Hughs, &c. 



Huett, Ambrose, 51, see Hew- 

ett 

Huff, Francis, 252 
Hugens, set Hutchins 
Huges, Thomas, 186 
Huggins, Nico., 137 
Hughens, sec Hutchins 
Hughes, Charles, 137 

, Edward, 109 

, Griffith, 125 

, John, 40, 80 

, Lewes, 74 

, Owen, 84 

, Richard, 35, 104, 143 

, William, 105 

see Hewes, Hues, 



Hughs 
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, 130 
Humfrpy, Jo., 112, 140 
Humfrie, Aymie, 1 16 
Humphryes, Edward, 479 
Hunckes, Henry, 160 
Huncote, Wm., 113 
Hundley, Godfrey, 115 
Hunking, Marke, 352. 380 
Hunt, Abraham, 319, 319*, 

324 

Dennis, 376 

Edward, 103 

Elisabeth, 430 

Job, 316*, 318, 343 

John, 124, 377 

I^onard, 8 1 

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 



Huntley, Margaret, 37 
Huntt, Edward, 446, 455 



Huntt, Symon, 454 

see Hunt 
Hurles, Eliza., 375 
Hurlestone (or Hurlestons), 
John, 270, 273, see Hurl- 
stone 

Hurlie, Darby, 81 
Hurlock, C. John, 427 

, Tho., Ill 
Hurlow, Daniell, 455 
Hurlstone, Edward, 344, see 

Hurlestone 
Hurst, George, 469 
Tobias, 256 
Wm., 376 



Hurt 



John, 304, 306 



Richard, 86 
Robert, 140 
Toby, 1 86 
Husband, Mary, 105 
Husbants, Samuell, 463 
Husse, Hussey, Hussy, Hussye 
, Joseph, 431 
Lawrence, 333, 



34 



338, 



-, Mr., 194 

-, Robert, 218, 444 



Huste, Robert, 286 
Huswith, David, 85 
Hutchins, Anthony, 139 

(or Hugens), John, 



303, 327, 329, 33 1 
(or Hughens), 

Mathew, 326, 331 

, Nevill, 40 

, Robert, 273 

, Widow, 469 

(or Hutchings), 



William, 334, 335, 341 

:, see Huchens 

Hutchinson Clement, 70 

Jo., 37, 124, 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 

, Olliver, 439, 479 

, Wm., 36 



Hyatt, Samuell, 455 
Hyde, Edward, 168* 

, Henry, 479 

, Robert, 317, 320, 328, 

341 



544 



INDEX. 



Hyde, see Hide 

Hye, John, 136 

Hyet, Tho., 36 

Hynd, Jo., 52, see Hinde 

Hynton, Wm., 83, 84, seeHin- 

ton 
Hywood, Tho., 51 

IBOTSON, Ibottson, Ibbison 

, Ann, 186 

, Elizabeth, 186, 



254 



Persivall, 1 86, 



254, 272 

Jlam, Richard, 480 
lies, Henry, 39 
Illett, Jonadab, 188 
Inchiquin, William, Earl of, 166 
Ingleby (Inglebee, or Inglebe), 

John, 349, 361, 406, 415 

, Nicholas, 381 

Ingles, see Bloxam 

Inglish, Mary, 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, 480, 489, 

494 
Ireson, Edward, 93 

, Elizabeth, 93 

Irish, George, 381 

, Henrie, 36 

, Tho., 63, 142 

Ironmonger, Thomas, 212 
Isaacke, Rebecca, 281 
Isabell (Negress), 244 
Isgraue [i.e., Isgrave], John, 

175 

Isham, Robert, 120 
Ison, Edward, 103 
Israeli, David, 449 

, Judith, 450 

Issabella (Negress), 185 
[?Ives] Jues, Charles, 442 

(or Joes), Wm., 131 

Iveson, Richard, 75, 134 
, Tho., 51 

JACCSON, George, 379 

, James, 381 

, Wm., 379 

. , j Jacson 



Jacckson, see Jackson 
Jack, John, 135 
Jackman, John, 325 

, Saloman, 217 

Jackson, Ann, 116, 239 

, Barnard, 173, 209 

, Charles, 71 

, Elizabeth, 37 

, Ephraim, 175 

, Henry, 58, 79 



-, James, 5 1 
-, Jer., 367 

-, John, 75, 76, 100, 108, 
175, 181, 183,187, 225, 229, 



239, 257 
, La 



uncelot, 96 
, Margaret, 108 
, Mary, 427 
, Nico., 112 
, Richard, 39 
, Samuell, 117, 136 



, Tho., 137 
, Walter, 217 
, Widow, 181 

-, William, 41, 104, 140, 



192, 196 

-, see Jaccson, Jacson 



Jacob, Henry, 104 

, John, 380 

Jacobs, Henry, 443 
, Wm., 445 



Jacobsone, Aron, 507 
, John, 507 



Jacson, Christopher, 447, 455 

, Jeremiah, 413 

, see Jaccson, Jackson 



Jago, Walter, 41 
Jakes, Dorothy, 116 

, Jo., Ill 

Jakins, James, 191 
James, , 437 

, Lewes, 125 

, Richard, 125, 126, 382 

, Robert, 127 

, Roger, 136 

, Thomas, 36, 134, 4*7 

, Ursula, 126 

, William, 79, 126, 150, 

38i 

(a Frenchman), 182 

(an Irishman), 194 

, called the Piper, 188 

Jane, , 437 

Janes, Jane, 424 

, fohn, 424 

, Thomas, 424 

Jarman, Precilla, 77 
Jarmin, Symon, 379 
Jarratt (or Jerratt), Samuell, 

263 



Jarret, Anna, 491 

, Mary, 491 

, Peter, 491 

(or Jerratt), William, 269 

Jarvice, Francis, 115 
, alias Glover, John, 

181 
Jay, Sir Thomas, 43 

, Thomas, 137 

Jeame^, Margarett, 480 

Jeenes, Henry, 471 

Jefierit, Jefferies, Jeffereys, Jef- 

ferres, Jefferyes, JcfTery, Jef- 

ferys, Jeffreyes, Jeffreys, Jef- 

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 
Jellies, Bonaventure, 465, 468 
, Samuel, 465, 468 



Jelly, L.-Col., 438 

, Mary, 421 

, Richard, 421 

, Thomas, 421, 455 

Jelph, James, 492, 495 

, John, 480, 492, 495 

, Mary, 492 

, see Jellfes 

Jelson, Joell, 381 

Jemmot (or Jemot), John, 460, 

465 

Jenings, see Jennings 
Jenkin, Joane, 260 

, Oliver, 260 

, see Jinkines, Jenkins, 

Jenkynns 
Jenkins, Edmond, 122 

, Elizabeth, 131 

, Jane, 382 

, John, 182 

, Jone, 1 86 

, Owen, 381 

, Mary, 186 



-, Morgan, 139 



INDEX. 



545 



Jenkins, see Jenkin, Jinkincs, 

Jenkynns 
Jenkinson, Fra., 109 

, Oliver, 1 86 

, Robert, 101 

enkynn, Jo., 107 I see 
enkynns, Tho., 39 > Jenkin, 
enkyns, Walter, 137 ) &c. 
ennicom, Tho., 87 
ennings, Henry, 87 

, Jane, 129 

, John, 141, 402 

, Michaell, 382 

, Mathew, 192 

, Nicholas, 279 

-, Phillipp, 51 



, Richard, 133 

- , Sara, 133 

, William, 382 

, *Jennins, Jennyngs 

Jennins, Anne, 465 

, Matthew, 465 

, Richard, 303 

, see Jennings, Jennyngs 

Jennions, Tho., 122 
Jennison, Allex, 455 

, Henry, 425 

Jennor, Jenor, fenour, Jenoux 

, Anthony, 370, 379, 

382, 398, 409 

, Edward, 38 

-, Thomas, 368, 404 



Jennoway, Suzan, 127 
Jennyngs (or Jenyngs), Rich- 
ard, 307, 310 
Jephson, John, 470 
Jermayne, Thomas, 152 
Jernew, Eliz., 120 

, Joan, 1 20 

, Nicholas, I2O 

Jerratt, see Jarratt, Jarret 
Jesop, Walter, 283 
jesope, , 283 

Jesopp, Tho., 36 
jeune, Gregoire le, 198 
Jewell, Christopher, 317*1 

3 '9*, 323 

, Tho., 53 

, Walter, 96 

Jewson, Elizabeth, 490 
Jinkines, Allexander, 252 

, Joane, 252 

, Oliver, 252 

, see Jenkin, Jenkins, &c. 

Jipson, Sarah, 380 
Jiro(a Negro), 179 
JiVson, see Johnson 
Jo., .wf John 
Joane [?Medcalfe], 258 
Joanes, Richard, 286 



Joanes, Thomas, 295 

, see Jones, &c. 

Jobe, Joan, 96 
Joes (or Ives), Win., 131 
John, , 188, 189, 191 
-, (Irishman), 194 

, Morgan, 382 

, (Negro), 86, 172 
Johnes, David, 38 
, Hugh, 74 

-, Jo., 49 

, Oliver, 135 

, Sara, 150 

, jff Jones, Joanes, &c. 

Johns, Phillipp, 1 1 1 
Johnson, Abram, 38 

Alice, 127, 424 

Ann, 228 

Archibald, 342 

Bridget, 424 

Edmond, 107 

Edward, 41, 126, 183, 



258 

Eliza., 108, 127 
George, 102 
Hamond, 304 
Henrie, 13; 

{ames, 136 
ohn, 40, 60, 79, 1 08, 
112, 113, us, 133. I3. I?", 
228, 271, 319, 327,329.33, 
365, 379- 38, 387, 399, 436, 
440, 442, 455, 503 

Joseph, 1 8 1, 231 

Major, 338 

Margaret, 116, 231 

Mary, 127 

Sir Nathaniel, 164* 

Nathaniell, 380, 382 

Peter, 94 

Richard, 94, 171, 210 

Robert, 52, 127 

Sarah, 436 

Suzan, 42, 108 

Thomas, 96, 102, 1 08, 
130, 424 

Widow, 183 [376 

William, 116, 153,348, 



Jones, Charles, 88, 163, 164 

Daniell, 448 

Davie, 138 

David, 86, 214 



"9. 



Johnston, Anne, 469 

Archibald, 469 
Thomas, 472 
Joliffe, John, 319 
Jolly, Mary, 126 
Jonas, James, 431 
Jones, Alice, 107 

, Amey, 431 

, Anthony, 171, 222, 480 

, Bartholomew, 429 

, Benjamin, 431, 446 

, Chachvallader, 230 



, Edith, 75 

, Edmond, 126 

, Edward, 38, 140, 168,236 
, Elizabeth, 106, 129, 218, 

381, 467, 490 

, Ellin, 36, 92 

, Evan, 80 

, Giles, 272 

, George, 194 

, Grace, 105 

, Griffin, 84 

, Hector, 383 

, Henry, 233, 468 
, Hester, 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, uo 

, Morgan, 74 

, Morrice, 140 

, Morris, 84 

, Peter, 140, 217 

, Phillip, IOI, 194 

, Rabecca, 106 

, Rebeccah, 439 

, Richard, 38, 83, 116, 

185, 190, 380 

, Robert, 64, 135, 380, 

480, 490 
, Roger, 425 
, Ruth, 106 



, Samuell, 381, 429, 434 

-, Sara, 92,.io6 

, Symon, IOI 

, Tedder, 129 

, Theoder, 187 

, Theophilus, 106 

, 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 

, see Jones, Joanes, &c. 



6 9 



546 



INDEX. 



Jope, Wm., 118 

Jordan, Edward, 469, see Jour- 
den 

, James, 382 

, Margery, 171 

, Margre'tt, 210 

, Mary, 171, 210 

, Samuell, 269 

, Sisley, 171, 209 

, Thomas, 177 

, \Vm., 380, 445 

Jorden, Joane, 91 

, Peter, 169, 201 

, 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, 3i, 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, Jane, 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 



Keal 



Keech, see Keatch 
Keel, see Keal 
Keele, Edward, 46, se, 
Keie, Sarah, 214 
, Thomas, 214 
, see Key 
Keith, Elizabeth, 508 
, Henry, 383 

, James, 508 

, see Keth 
Kelly, Ann, 489 
., Brian, 122 
, David, 480 
., Robert, 343, 503 
Kelley, Humphrey, 434 

, John, 430, 503 

Kellum, Richard, 115 
Kelsoll, Henry, 471 
Kelum, Robert, 117 
Kemball, Elizabeth, 281, 282 
, Henery, 280, 282 
, John, 282 
, Martha, 282 
, Mary, 282 
, Richard, 280, 282 
, .Susan, 280, 282 
, Thomas, 282 
Ursula, 280 



Keinber, Robert, 240 
Kemp, Anthony, 218 

, Edward, 73 

, Humfrey, 133 

, Isack, 112 

, Margrett, 218 

, Mary, 497 

, Ralph, 497 

, Thomas, 497 

, William, 177, 185, 218, 

247 

Kemplin (Kemplyn, Kamplinn, 
or Scamplyn), John, 319, 

3'9% 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, Ellinor, 383 
--- , John, 383 
Kennell, Samuell, 183, 258 
Kenney, John, 488, 493, 496 
Kennyon, Geo. , 85 



, Jo., 



Kent, Edward, 316, 318, 343 
, Humfry (&c.)i 215, 268 

, Joane, 215 

-, Jo., 129 

, Nico., 79 

-, Peter, 317*, 319*, 324 
Kentt, Humry, 455 



Kerbie, Jo., 130 
Kerby, Humfrey, 75 

Kerfitt, Thomas, 227 
Kerill, John, 193 
Kerle, see Keal 
Kersey, Thomas, 303 
Kersley, Henry, 184 
, Robert, 36 



see Kirbie, 
Kirby 



Kerton, William, 191 
Keth, George, 248 

, John, 248 

(or Keyth), Mr., 188, 229, 

273 

, Susan, 229 

, see Keith 
Kelt, Robert, 38 
Kettell, Peter, 73 
Kevynn, Robert, IOI 
Kew, Anne, 448 

, Nicholas, 383 
Key, John, 41, 141 

, William, 480 

Keyne, Ann, 107 

, Ben., 107 

, Robert, 107 



Keyser, sec 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, 

221 

Kiddall, Sara, 177 
Kidson, Marmaduke, IOI 
Kifhn, David, 122 
Kilborne, Dunston, 40 

., Elizabeth, 280 



176, 



, Francis [Frances], 66 

, Jo., 66 

-, Lyddia, 66 



, Margaret, 66 

, Marie, 66 

, Thomas, 66, 280 



Kilby, Henry, 125 
Kildale, Edward, 219 
Kildridge, William, 186 
Kilhammy, Patric, 426 
Kilin, John, 293 
Killinghall, Margaret, 132 



INDEX. 



547 



Killson, Thomas, 249 
Kimp, Michell7 73 
Kinderslie, Marie, 71 
King, Allin, 116 

, Edward, 119, 129 
, Henery, 238 

, John, 143, 324 

, Mary, 424 

, Richard, 71, 316, 317*, 

343. 48o 

, Robert, 503 

, Suzan, 94 

, Thomas, 93, 128, 141, 

279, 282, 424 
, William, 51, 98, 137, 

383, 44 
Kinge, Dorothy, 285 

, Hanna, 285 

, Katheryn, 285 

, Percy, 61 

, Mary, 285 

, William, 285 

Kinghman, scv Kingman, John 
Kingman, Anne, 285 

, Edward, 284 

, Henry, 284 

, Joane, 284 

-, (or Kinghman), John, 



285 



-, 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, 1 1 1 
Kingston, James, 140 

, John, 434 

, Phillis, 434 
Kinham, Alice, 285 
Kinnoul, William, Earl of, 

161* 

Kinsland, Nathaniell, 480 
Kinston, Thomas, 176 
Kinton, John, 190 
Kipps, Jean, 480 
Kirbie,Richard,H2 j 
Kirby, Henry, 434 \ 
Kirk, Chri., 124 

- , Judith, 62 
Kirton, Phillipp, 480 
Kitchin, John, 1 1 7, 284 

- -- , Robert, 352 
Kithly, Phillip, 235 



Kerby 



Knatchbull, John, 503 

Knell, Phillip, 348, 416 

Knibb, Tho., 121 

Knight Keniamin, 189, 262 
Dorothie, 107 
Christopher, 316* 
Edmond, 38 
John, 195, 299, 316' 
Mordecay, 236 
Richard, 191, 



193 



192, 



Robert, 298 
Sara, 107 
Thomas, 80 
Win., 64, 82 



Knights, Benjamin, 503 
, John, 480 



Knightingall, Nathaniell, 503 

Knipe, Samuel, 128 

Kniston (or Keniston), Thomas, 

221 
Knore, Noll, 92 

, Sara, 92 

, Thomas, 92 



Knott, Abraham, 364, 369, 
377, 38, 396 

, James, 188, 264 

, John, 354 

, Joseph, 360, 364, 366, 

372, 39, 397, 48, 412 

, Wm., 353, 407, 412 

Knowles, Andrew, 480 

, Henry, 62 

, Isarell, 195 

, John, 139 

, Tho., 64 



Koker, John, 460 
Koorbe, Roger, 79 
Kullaway, 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, 

"94 
Lake, Jacob, 52 



Lake, Jo., 86, 139 

, Mr., 181 

, Wm., 75, in 

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, 190 
Lambeth, Marie, 75 
Lambonie, Thomas, 441 
Lame (or Laine), Nethaniel, 

194 

Lammas, Edward, 59 
Lammy, Edward, 469 
Lampeugh, Edward, 38 
Lampley, James, 127 
Lamply, John, 448 
Lamyn li.c., Lammyn], \Vm., 

5 1 

Lancaster, Gowen, 101 
, Phillip, 456 



Land, George, 285 

, Sarah, 285 
Landall, Robert, 443 
Landman, John, 172 
Landsdale (or Lansdnle), 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, 183, 253 



Laners (or Lavers), Joane, 152 

Lang, see Land 

Langbridge (or Laughbridge), 

Francis, 327, 329 
Langden, Peter, 184 
Lange, Jo., 8 1 

69 2 



INDEX. 



Langfurd, Abraham, 438 

, Harry, 385 

, Marcie, 95 

Langham, Thomas, 503 
Langley, Mr., 196 

, Sara, 174 

, Win., 64, 384 

Langman, Mary, 225 

, Peeler, 225, 229 

Langram, 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, 

4". 443 
Lankfeild, , 183 

, John, 182 

Lansdale, see Landsdale 
Lapworth, Michael), 233 

, Robert, 201 

Larbee, Jacob, 218 
Larkham, Thomas, 428 
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 
Laughbridge (or Langbridge), 

Francis, 327, 329 
Launder, Tho., 97, see Lawn- 

der 

Lavericke, John, 282 
Lavers (or Laners), Joane, 152 
Lavor, Wm., 79 
Lawes, [F]rancis, 280 

, 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, 07 

, John, 45, 75 

, Marie, 45 

, Nicolas 498 

-, Richard, 38, 79 



, Samuel, 327, 329 

, Sir Thomas (165*), 



167*, 168 

, Thomas, 168 

, William, 45, 138 

, see Lawrance 



Lawson, Alee, (174), 232 

, Christopher, 174, 232 

, Thomas, 192 



Leauer, see Leaver 
Leave (or Leane), Tego, 
Leaver, Robert, 195 
Leaves, Ellin, 131 
Leay, Andrew, 69 

, Jo., 69 
Leca, Jan., 198 
Lecester, Jo., 93, sec Leister 

Lester 

Lecheilles, Jacques de, 198 
Lecraift, Thomas, 303 
Ledra, John, 456 
Lee, Anthony, 112 
, Charles, 448 



Lawsone, Samuel), 145 
Lawters, John, 94 
Laycock, Robert, 71 
Layden, John, 267 

, Katherin, 207 



Laydon, Alice, 185, 245 

, Anne, 185, 244 

, John, 185, 244 

, Katherin, 185, 245 

, Margerett, 245 

, Virginia, 185. 245 

, Win., 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, see Leech 
, Margaret, 49, 59 



384, 



, Christopher, 224 

, Daniel), 82 

, George, 64, 114 
, H-" y, 51, 113, 

386 

, James, 143, 481 

.John, 36, 102, 115, 143, 

'45. 35>. 37 

, Marie, 113, 114 

, Richard, 74, 81, 385 



Leachman, James, 135 
Leager, Widow, 503 
Leak, Augustine, 239 

, Winifred, 239 

Leake, Alexander, 94 

> Anne, 91 
(or Leaker), John, 332, 

336. 34 

, Richard, HI 

, Robert, 128 

, Thomas, 70, 469 



, Robert, 75 

, Tho., 40 

, Walter, 134 

, William, 86, III, 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, Christopher, 218 
Leet, Mr., 178 

, William, 163 

Legard, C., 497, 498 
, John, 447 



Leaker, see Leake, John 
Leane (or Leave), Tego, 153 
Leare, Sir Peter, 463 

, Thomas, 463 

Leas, George, 141 
Leaue, see Leave 



Legardo, Elias, 261 

Legay (or Lagaye), Jacob, 

Senr., 447, 503 

, Jacob, 444 

, John, 445 

Le Gean, Pontus, 199 
Legg, Christopher, 114, 119 

, John, 164* 

, Samuel), 359, 384, 389. 

401, 407 
Leigh, Charts, 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 Jeune, Gregoire, 198 
Lelam, Alice, 425 

, Henry, 425 

, Mary, 425 

Leland, Christopher, 481 

Lelland, Henry, 445 

Lem [i.e., Lemrn], Mathew, 

79 

Leman, Kathprine, 218 
Le Marlier, Nicolas De, 199 
Lemon (or Lennon), Win., 

120 

Lendall, Robert, 122 
Lene, Edward, 120 
Lennon, Richard, 440 

(or Lemon), Wm., 120 

Lennox, James, Duke of, 159* 
, Lcdowick, Duke of, 

156 

Leonard, Tho., 112 
Le Rou, Jan, 198 
Leroux, Jacob, 364, 385 
Le Roy, Hugh, 123 

, Jerome, 199 

Lerrigo, Marie, 123 

Leslie, John, 507 

Lester, John, 108 

, see Pester, Lecester, 

Leister 

Letherlnnd, Mary, 432 
Lett, Tho., 63 

Letteny, Tho. , 40, sec Lettyne 
Lettis, Thomas, 481 
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, 108 

Roger, 207 

William, 120, 150 

see Lewis 

Lewgar, John, 385 
, William, 328 



Lewis, David, 481 

, Edmond, 280, 281, 481 

, Hugh, 503 

, John, 281, 481 

, Mary, 280 

, Roger, 172 

, Thomas, 281 

, see Lewes 

Ley, Thomas, 173 

, William, 161, 316, sec 

Lee 

Lickburrowe, James, 36 
Liddicott, John, 153 
Lieford, Ann, 77 
Lielate, Anthoine de, 199 
Lightbound, Richard, 140 
Lightfoote, John, 174, 223 
Lilburne, Richard, 386, 393 
Lillie, Edward, 125 
Lillington, George, 329, 343, 

456 

Lilliot, Martha, 134 
Limrick, Launcelott, 104 
Lince, Robert, 220 
Linch, Thomas, 159*, sec 

Lynch 

Linck, Thomas, 481 
Lincklate, William, 498 
Lincoln, Elizabeth, 102 

, John, Bishop of, 157 

, see Linkon 



Little, Jane, 495 
., John, 495 



Littlefeild, Annis, 299 
Littleton, Edward, 503 
Littlewood, Peter, 467 
Litton, John, 194 

, Wm., 445, 456 



Lincolne, Cap., 195 

Lincome, Samuell, 290 

Lindsey, Robert, 179 

Line, nvLyne 

Ling (or Linge), John, 41, 172 

Linge, Henry, 172 

Linicker, John, 218 

Linkon, Ann, 171, see Lincoln 

Links, Thomas, 456 

Linsey, Daniell, 290 

Linton, Thomas," 324, see Lyn- 

ton 

Lintott, Richard, 330, 462 
Lipps, John, 216 
Lister, Mary, 448 

, Thomas, 104 

Liswel, Hanna, 422 

, John, 422 

, Mary, 422 



Liversidge, Richard, 112 
Livett, see Levett 
Lizard, John, 433 



Lizard, Stephen, 433 
Lloyd, David, 129 

, John, 344, 385 

, Judith, 136 

, Katherin, 71 

, Leolin, 508 

, Maudlin, 117 

, Nowell, 124 

, Richard, 102, 166 

, Tho., 79 

, Walter, 130 

, see Loyd 

Lock, Ann, 383 

, Richard, 50 

, Wm., 43, 141 
Locke, John, 195, 472 

, Robert, 186, 254 
Lockbeare (or Lockebeare), 

Elias, 316*, 317* 
Lockley, Richard, in 
Locksmith, Thomas, 481 
, Lockton, John, 430 
, Lockwood, Nicholas, 348, 358, 

362, 363, 368, 370, 371, 380, 

387 

Lodge, Wm., 52 
Loe, Jo., 132 

I , Peter, I !6 

Loftis, John, 41 

Lone (or Love), Tho., 71 

Long, Elizabeth, 64 

, Henry, 40 

, Jane, 235 

-, John, 52, 193, 327, 330, 

380, 388 ' 

, Katherin, 102 

, Nic -, 108 

, Will., 432, 435 

Longe, Alice, 242 

, Anne, 90 

, Elias (or Ellias), 170, 

285 

, Eliza, 89, 90 

, Ellyn, 60 

, John, 90 

, Joshua, 90 

, Mary, 90 

, Michell, 90 

, Nicholas, 181 

, Rebecca, 90 

, Richard, 184, 242 

, Robert, 89, 90, 242 

, Sarra, 90 

, William, 184, 243 

, Zachery, 90 

Longman, Fetter, 189 
Lonnin, James, 43 
Longsha, Henry, 74 
Longson, William, 385 
Longstaff, Elizabeth, 481 



55 



INDEX. 



Longwith, William, 71 
Looker, Joan, 127 
Loonies, Edward, 68 
Lopes, Lopez 

, Abraham, 384, 449 

, Eliah, 450 

, Rachell, 450 

, Telles Abraham, 386 
Lord, Ann, 72 

, Antho., 463 

, Aymie, 72 

, Dorothy, 72 

, John, 72 

, Robert, 72 

j Thomas, 72 

, William, 72 

Lort, Sampson, 133 
Lostell, Peter, 64 
Lottis, Rowland, 180 
Loue, sir Love 
Louell, siv Lovell 
Louericlge, stv Loveridge 
Love, Mary, 503 

, Richard, 81 

(or Lone), Tho., 71 

Valentine, 64 

Loveley, Lovely 

, Ann, 52 

, Mary, 52 

Lovell, Anne, P.85 

, Constance, 481 

, Elizabeth, 74, 285 

, Ellyn, 285 

, Francis, 448 

, James, 285 

, John, 285 

, Mrs., 456 

, Phillipp, 74 

, Robert, 285 

Roger, 456 



-, Zacheus, 285 



Lovely, siv Loveley 
Loveridge, Bernard (&c.), 316, 
3'8, 344 

, John, 326, 329 

, William, 326 

Lovett, Gurtred, 129 

, Mar) r , 126 

, Robert, 112 

Lowder, James, 82 
Lowe, Dorothie, 132 

, Thomas, 444 

Lewis, Original!, 81 
Lowman, Barnard (&c.), 318* 
Lownd, John, 122 
Lowre, John, 481 
Lowther, Christopher, 384 

, Luke, 503 

, Win., 122 

Lowynn, Tho., 128 



Loxmorc, Thomasin, 187 
Loyd, Edward, 182 

lohn, 184 

Math., 175 

Moricc, 179 

Nath., I So 

Silvester, 342 

JYV Lloyd 

Lucas, Elizabeth, 489 

Charles, 339 

Richard, 112, 481, 489 

Theophilus, 489 

Liiccom, Henry Van, 143 
Luch (or Lush), Arthur, 327, 

33 

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 
, William, 290 



Luke, Elias, 503 

Lullett, John, 191 

Lullman, Job, 460 

Lumbard (or Lumberd), Ro- 
bert, 326 

Lufiius [i.e., Lummus], Ed- 
warj, 59 

Lunthorne, Robert, 176 

Lupo, Albiano, 185, 245, 273 
, Elizabeth, 185, 245, 273 

, Phillip, 185, 248 

, Temperance, 245 

, William, 194 

Lupton, Davie, 136 

Jo., 115 

, Mary, 141 



Lupworth, Micheall, 179 
Lurting, Thomas, 41 
Lusani, William, 233 
Lush (or Luch), Arthur, 327, 

33 

, 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 Nash, alias, 

319 
Lynch, Alice, 383 



Lynch, Morgan, 386 

, Nicholas, 383 

, Richard, 386 
, Sir Thomas, 164 
-, sec 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 

Lytc, Paul, 461, 464, 465 
Lyttcot, Leonard, 384 
Lyvcrmore, John, 279 

MAR1N, Edward, 182 
Mac Brian, Dennis, 74 
Mace Breecly, Bryen, 482 
Mace Cartie, Charles, 79 
, Owen, 79 

. , ,r,v Mackartee 

Mace Daniell, Allexander, 481 

, Patrick, 390 

Maccenree, John, 390 
Mace Graugh, Daniell, 481 

, John, 482 
Macclahen, Owen, 390 
Maccmash, Charles, 388 
Mac Conry, John, 75 
Maccony, Dinnis, 504 
Maccowdin, Wm., 52 
Mace, Alee, 47 

, John, 96 

Me Gawyn, Brian, IOI 

Macliem, Jo., 104 

Mackartee, Elisabeth, 431, Jv<? 

Mace Cartie 
Me Kay, Malashus, 83 
Mackelly, Cornelius, 433 
Mackenny, Cornelius, 424 

, John, 424 

, Susanna, 424 



Mackerness, Jacob, 447 
, John, 447 



Mackgerry, William, 504 
Mackhala, Dennis, 472 
Macklaire, John, 456 
Mackloghlin, Edward, 431 
Macklond, Matthew, 467 
Mackone, Darby, 463 
Mackrery, Alexander, 438 
Mackward, Fellen, 504 
Macock (or Macocke), Sara (or 
Sarah), 174, 223 



INDEX. 



Macquin, Archibald, 423 

, Frances, 423 

, Nicholas, 423 

Macy (or Masey), George, 327, 

331 
Madder, Elizabeth, 491 

, James, 491 

, Samuell, 491 

(or Macler), 319% 325 

Madders, John, 327, 330 
Maddeson, Maddison 
, Isacke, 172, 209, 

268 



-, John, 320* 

, Mary, 172, 207 

Maddockes, Jane, 47 
Maddocks, Margaret, 37 
Moddox, Alexander, 138 

, Jo-, 43 

, Jone, 387 

, Thomas, 194, 504 

Mad en, Patrick, 391 
Macler, Win., 325 
Madford (or Wadford), 

William, 326, 330 
Madin, Henry, 112 
Magridge, Maggeridge, see 

Mogeridge 
Magettes, Mrs., 441 
Magitt, Htnry, 114 
Magner (or Magnor), Charles, 

215, 268 
Magrauhan, Dai.iell, 491 

, John, 491 

, Miriam, 491 

Magridge, see 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, see Maior, 

and Major 
Main, Andrew, 425 

, Mary, 425 

Maine, Fetter De, 191 
Maior, Edward, 36 

, Thomas de la, 228 

, see Maijor 

Major, Peter, 405 

, Wm., 388 
Makynn, James, 135 
Maldman, John, 182 
Mallion, Jo., 71 
Mallocke, Malachi, 318* 



Mallonce, Daniull, 492 
, Darby, 492 

, Elizabeth, 492 

, Joan, 492 

, Owen, 492 

, Thomas, 492 

Mailman (or Multman), Tho., 

127 

Man, St.v Maun 
Mauby, John, 192, 196 
Mandeville, Ilenry, Viscount, 

"57 

Manerick, Nathaniel!, 391 
Manifold, John, 108 
, Win., 1 20 



Mailing, sfi Manning 
Mann, Manne, Man 
, Ann, 75 

, Annanias, Senr., 493 

, Barnard, 445 

, Edward, 279, 280, 281, 

282 

, John, 139, 160*, 444 

, Percivall, 193 

, Tho., 84 

, Wm., 84 

Mannell (or Manuell), Robert, 

171 

Manncn, Andrew, 387 
Mannering, Joseph, 149 
Manning, Manning's, Mailing 
, Anne, 292 



, Edmond, 92 



, Francis, 140 

, John, 120, 192, 326, 



33 



-, I'eter, 124 
-, Tho., 115 



Mannington, Roger, 129 
Mansell, Robert, 390 ' 
Mansfield, Davy (or David), 
1 80, 234 

, Jo., 59, 133 

, Richard, 52 

-, William, 435 



Manton, William, 138 
Manuell (or Mannell), Robert, 

171, 2IO 

Manzer, James, 73 
Mapes, John, 279 
Marburie, Gilbert, 249 
March, Collice, 239 

, Samuell, 181, 239 

Marchall, Wm., 456, see Mar 

shall 
Marchant, Emanuell, 316, 

343 

, Silus, 338 

, William, 316, 324, 



338 



\Iarfutt, Tho., 39 
tlargaret, 426 

rtargrell (Negress), 182 
Markcom, Robert, 104 

, Thomazin, 113 



Markes, Mark's 

, John, 327 
, Richard, 117 

, Walgrave, 226 

Marklancl, Henry, 482 

, John, 493 
Marlett, Thomas, 169 
Earlier, Nicolas De la, 199 
Vlarloe, Thomas, 220 
Maroh, Mary, 393 
, Sarah, 390 
, Thomas, 390 



Marritt. Win., 141 

Marriott, Robert, 392 

Marrow, Cornelius, 389 
, Daniel, 310 
, Katherine, 389 
, Win., 41 

Marsan, see Marson 

Marsden, Francis, 137 

Marsh, Edward, 318*, 320*, 

323 

(or Mursh), Francis, 



-, John, 80, 115 
-, Wm., 80 



Marshall, Marshal 

, Ann, 228, 429 
, Charle, 194 

, Edward, 183, 260 

, Francis, 43, 75 



, Henrie, III 

, Jane, 75 
-, Jarvis, 386 



.John, 80, 113, 130, 
462 

, John Bristowe, 304, 

305(?), see Bristowe 

-, Lake, 422, 429 



, Mathew, 35 

, Richard, 74 

, Robert, 176, 228 
Thomas, 107, 327, 



33, 43 

, Waller, 115 

-, William, 92, 329, 



422, 429 
Marson (or Marsanl, Edward, 
482, 495 

', Jane, 495 



Marteaw, Nicholas, 184 
Martha (a Mulatto), 489 
Martin, Marling, Martlin, Mar- 

tyn 
, Antoine, 198 



552 



INDEX. 



Martin, Christopher, 350, 375, 

384 

, Edward, 96 

, Francis, 143 
, Gabriell, 456 

, Giles, 219 

, Jeanne, 198 

, Joane, 286 

, John, 67, 122, 123, 

154, 258, 269, 504 

, Marie, 54 

, Nicholas, 176 

, Fetter, 191 

, Richard, 58, 365 

, Robert, 237, 286 

, Saloman, 107 

, Simon, 154 

, Thomas, 76, 91, 154, 

161* 

, Wm., 75 
Marine, Niccolas, 249 
Marvynn, Marvyn, Marvinn 

, Elizabeth, 65 

, Hanna, 65 

, Marie, 65 

, Marthaw, 65 

, Mathew:, 65 

, Sara, 65 

Manvood, John, 120, 316* 
Mary, , 182, 186 

(a Negress), 341 

Mascrie, Robert, 121 

Masey (or Macy), George, 327, 

33 

Masie, Alexander, 114 
Mason, Alice, 251 

, Ann (or Anne), 99, 

117 

, Beniamin, 74 

, Captain, 150 

, Elizabeth, 195 

, Frances, 188 

, Francis, 251, 268 

, George, 55, 441, see 

Bacon 
, Hester, 279 

, Hugh, 279 

, John, 70, 94, 142 

, Mary, 188 

-, Ralph, 99 



Massling, William, 504 
Masters, Jo., 138 

, Michell, 124 

-, Wm., 42 
1 Maston, John, 291 
Mastus, Joseph, 387 

, Martha, 387 

Mathelin, Richard, 304 
Matheman, John, 173, 222 
Mather, George, 389 
, Jo., 52 



., Richard, 99, 129 
, Samuell, 99 
-, Susan, 99 
-, Sylam, 389 



, Thomas, 115, 193, 481 

, Walter, 185 

, William, 36, 102 

(or Masonn), W r yatt, 

247 
M assirigburd, Wm., 109 



Mathew, Mathews, Mathewes, 
Matthews, Matthewes 

i , Edward, 421, 427 

, George, 154, 390 

, Hannah, 421 

, Jo., 132 

, Robert, 179, 233 

1 , Roger, 138 

, Rowland, 74 
, Samuell, 118, 179, 
233. 234, 270, 272 
, Thomas, 335, 338, 340 

| , William, 75, 138, 317*, 

467 

Maton, Philippe, 199 
, Richard, 101 



Matson, Mattson 

, Benjamin, 387, 425 
-, Elizabeth, 425, 492 



, Margaret, 425 

-, Marine, 492 



, Mathew, 390 

, Matlhias, 481 



, Smithell, 481 

, Smilhy, 492 

Matthews, Malthewes, see Ma- 
thew 

Mattison, Alexander, 391 

Malison, see Matson 

Maudsley, Henry, 123 

Maul, Thomas, 387 

Maulder, Febe, 107 

Mawfrey, Edward, 82 

Max, Roberl, 112 

Maxwell, Marie, 136 

, Thomas, 481 

, Wm., 448 

May (or Maye), Cornelius, 186, 
247, 272, see Maies 

, Elizabeth, 186 

, Henry, 186 

, James, 320, 320", 322, 

325 

, John, 88, 107, 320*, 482 

, Mathew, 75 

, Richard, 435 

, Willy-am, 152 

i Maybank, Edward, 241 
: Maye, stv May. 



Mayes, Robert, in, see Maies 
Mayhew (or Mahewe), Thomas, 

160, 159-, 295 
Maymor, Griffin, 137 
Maynard, Elizabeth, 116, 422 
James, 316*, 318, 



343. 386 

, Mary, 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, 2$g 

, see Metcalfe 

Medclalfe [Medcalfe], 183 

Meddowes, Henry, 102 
Medgley, see Medley 
Medinah, Leah, 449 
Medley (or Medgley), John, 

140, 141 

, Robert, 103 

Medwell, Tho., 41 
Meggeridge, see Mogejidge 
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 Meutis), Thomas, 

7S 

Mer, Philippe de le, 198 
Mercado, Moses, 450 
Mercer Anne, 490 

Dorcas, 113 

Elizabelh, 490 



, John, 440 

, Luce, 90, 107 

William, 490 



Merchanl, Emanuel, 317 
Mere, Elizabelh, 92 

, John, 92 

, Roberl, 92 



INDEX. 



553 



Mere, Samuell, 92 

Meredith, Philip, 119, sec Me- 
rideth, &c. 

Merick, John, 493 

, Susanna, 493 

, see Merrick 

Meriday (Meridie or Meridien), 
John, 191, 192, 193. 

Merideth, Julian, 120, sec Me- 
redith, Merredith 

Merie, Jo., 115, see Merry 

Merrell, Thomas, 504 

Merres, Thomas, 259 

Merrick (or Merricks), John, 
470, 481, see Merick 

Merridith, Walter, III, see Me- 
redith, &c. 

Merrifield, Edward, 50 

Merriman, Geo., 75 

, Sara, 125 

Merriton, Marie, 136 

Merry, John, 154, see Merie 

Met, Jan De La, 198 

Metcalf, Metcalfe 
Chri., 82 
Elizabeth, 289 



James, 35 
Joane, 289 
Marey, 289 
Martha 289 
Michill, 289 
Oswell, 134 
Rebeca, 289 
Sarrah, 289 
Thomas, 64, 289 
see Medcalfe 



Meutis (or Mentis), Thomas, 

175 

Meverill, Sampson, 86 
Meyer (Mire or Myre), Henry, 

333, 338. 34 
Meza, Isack, 450 
Micell, see Michill 
Michaell, Ann, 173 

, John, 209 

Michell, Anthony, 438, 456 

, David, 472 

, Francis, 187 

, John, 388 

, Richard, 368, 388 

, see Mitchell 

Michill (or Micell), George, 

332. 335, 340 
Michleborne, Win., 447 
Middleton, Midleton 

. , Anthony, 182 

, Arthur, 391 

-, Benjamin, 342, 428, 



462 



-, Edward, 132, 304 



Middleton, Henrie, 257 

, Jo., in 

, Marie, 113 

, Mary, 463, 497, 498 

, Richard, 497, 498, 



54 
, Thomas, 333, 337, 

34 

Midland, Geo., 103 
Mighill, Ann, 213 
Milborn, William, 303 
Milburne, Jacob, 166* 
Mildmay, Sir Henry, 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*, 317*, 

342, 5 

, Joseph, 130 

, Katherine, 426 
142 



, Richard, 96 

, William, 126, 192, 425 
Millet, Tho., 57 
Millett, Frances, 192 
, Marie, 57 



Milling! on, John, 482 
-, Rowland, 80 



Mills, Edward, 115 

, John, 304, 448, 471 

, Joseph, 125 

, Robert, 40 

, Thomazin, 116 

Millward, Milward 

, Henry, 268 

, John, 507 

, Marie, 68 



, Tho., 8 1 

, William, 307 



Milner, John, 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 

Muttrene, Mintren 

, Edward, 250 

, Richard, Senr., 187 



Mintrene, Richard, Junr., 187 
250 



Mirch, John, 497 

Mire (Meyer or Myre), Henry, 

333. 338. 340 
Mitchell, Edward, 113 

, Francis, 245 

(or Mitchill), John, 133, 



137, 245, 327, 33', 334, 338, 
34' 

Maudlin, 245 

Rob., 333, 336, 340 

Thomas, 481 

William, 124 

see Michell 



Mixer, Isaacke, 280, 282 
, Sarah, 280 



Modyford, Sir James, 162 

Mogeridge, (Mageridge, Mag- 
geridge, Magridge, Megge- 
ridge, or Mogridge), John, 
3', 317*, 3'8, 3'9*, 324, 
342 

Moholland, James, 482 

Moier, Hugh, 150 

Moises, see Moyses 

Molder, Nicholas, 442 

Molesworth, Sir Hender, 165 

Moleton, see MouUon 

Molin, Jo., 116 

Mollins, set Mullins 

Molton, Thomas, 135, 232 

Moncaster, Richard, 142 

Moning's, see Mohnings 

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 

, Marline de, 179 

Moor, George, 399 
Moore, Alee, 481 

, Dorothy, 507 

, Henry, 303 

, John, 308 

70 



554 



INDEX. 



Moore, Joseph, 310 

, Leonard, 202 

, Richard, 507 

, Robert, 481 

- , Thomas, 3 1 1 > 

, Win., 310 

, see More 

Moper, Nathanieli, 184 
Morcock, Elizabeth, 219 

, Revolt, 219 

Thomas, 219 



-, st\' Morecock 



Mordin, Tho., 86 
More, Alexander, 41 

, Elizabeth, 260 

, Geo., 1 20 

, Henry, 85, 136 

, Isack, 65 

> James, 257 

, John, 38, 39, 43, 62, 113, 
183, 260 

, Leonard, 169 

, Mrs., 183 

-, Peter, 468 

, Richard, 93 

, Robert, 37, 183, 259 

, Sara, 173 

, Suzan, 71 

, Tho., 75, 102, 103, in, 

I3 2 . '37 

, Wm., 115, 190 

, see Moore 

Morecock, Morecocke 
Bennet, 78 
Marie, 78 
Nic., 78 
Reignold, 177 
Thomas, 124, 391 
sec Morcock 



Morgan, Mary, 435 
Pierce, 141 

Richard, 94 

Rob., 504 

Robert, 94, 195 
Sarah, 435 

Sibill, 257 

Thomas, 192, 26f>, 388 
- Walter, 35 

William, 141 

alias Broockes, Wil- 



160, 



Morecott 



liam, 247 
Morison, Richard, 

Morrison 
Morley, Henry, 84 

, Richard, 161* 

- , Wm., 127 
Morlin, Phillipp, 139 
Morraine, John, 504 
Morrell, Margaret, 424 [424 

, Nicholas, 376, 389, 

Morrey, Geo., 132, stv Mory 
Morrice, Hugh, 489 

, John, Senr., 304 

, Mary, 489 

,'Nicolas, 489 

Richard, 138 



Mortimer, Tho., 115 
Morton, Morten 

, Daniel,. 467 

(or Moreton), Kilivanl, 

326, 329 

, Henry, 75 

, Jo., 128 

, Mathew, 120 

, Xic"., 122 

. Rowland, 8 1 

, William, 1 86, 249 



John, 462 



Moredecah, Sarah, 450 
Moreland, Thomas, 262 
Moreton, Sir William 162 

, see Morton 

Morewood, Mr., 180 

, Richard, 173 

Morfin, Jo., /1 15 
Morfy, James, 109 
Morgan, Morgaine, Morgon 

Andrew, 96 

David, 462 

Edmond, 243 

Edmund, 425 

Edward, 184, 389, 465 

Elisabeth, 425, 435 

Esther, 425, 437 

Evan, 435, 456 

Gahriel,.435 

Ceo., 86 



Morris, Bridget!, 467 

, Davie, 87, 95 
, Dorcas, 430 

, Dorothy, 423 

, Edmond, 482 

, Edward, 132, 151, 467 

, Hugh, 481 

, Humfrey, 63 

, Isaac, 46, 387 

, John, 129, 185, 244, 

43 

, Katharin, 427 

, Mary, 244, 436 
, Nathan, 467 
Richard, 82, 192, 456, 



Mory, Jo., 93, see Morrey 
Mosdell, Jo., 132 
Moseley, Geo., 1 12 
Mosely, Henry, 438 

, Jo., 37 

, Richard, 389 

Mosley, Joseph, 185, 24.5 
Moss, Jo., 84 

, Richard, 123 

Mosse, Joseph, 280 
Moston, Henry, 120 
Mothropp, Tho., 125 
Mott, Adam, 99, 300 
, Elizabeth, 99 

, Jo-, 99 

, Jonathan, 99 

, Mary, 99 

, Sara, 99 

Moulston, Thomas, 174 
Moulton, Anne, 291 

~, Bridget!, 291 

, Henry, 291 

(or Moleton), Hum- 
phry, 327, 33 

, Jane, 291 

-, John, 291. 



, Marey, 291 

, Merrean, 291 

, Ruth, 291 

, William, 291 



469 



456 



Sarah, 423 
, Samuel), 176, 240 
Thomas, 344,423,441, 



Thomasin, 423 

, William, 387, 

Morrish, Jo., 128 
Morrison, Elizabeth, 46 

, Robert, 125 

, Wm., 47 

see Morison 



[48. 
43. 



Mounday, Mary, 185 

, Robert, 185 

, see Munday 

Mountack, Andrew, 391 
Mountain, Mountaine 

, John, 50, 391 

(late Stow), Alary, 



308 



-, Thomas, 441 



Morse, Elizabeth, 64 

] , John, 316* 

! , Joseph, 65 

, Samuel), 64 

Mortagh, Dennis, 52 
, John, HI, $>, -JSS, 465 Morten, .r,y Morton 



Mountfort, Edward, 84 
Mountney, Alexander, 186, 
257, 273 

-, Lenord, 257 



Mountstephen, Saimtell, 316* 
Mountsteven, John, 163*, 104 
! Mowser, Jo., 83 
Movie, Dorothy, 123 

Moy.se, Susanna, 429 
M'iyscr, James, 35 



INDEX. 



555 



Moyses, Matlicw, 50 

(or ^Moises), Theoder, 

169, 202 

Much, Roger, 190, see Mutch 
Mudge, William, 176 
Mulleneux, Edmoncl, 122 

, Jo., 134 
Mullenex, William, 504 
Mullinax, Mrs., 456 

, Richard, 456 

Mullins, Mullens, Mollins 

, George,' 332, 337, 340 
, Robert, 318*, 319', 

322 

, Teag, 434 

Mailman (or Mailman), Tho., 

127 

Mumford, Richard, 229 
Munday, Robart, 244 

, William, 35 

, see Mounday 

Mundy, Eliz*., 504 
Munjoy, George, 397 
Munnes, William, 262, see 

Munns 
Munning's, Abigail, 282 

, Elizabeth, 280, 282 

, George, 280, 282 

Munns, Thomas, 504, see 

Munnes 
Munrow, Allexander, 482 

, Andrew, 481 

, John, 448 
Munson, Susan, 281 

, Thomazin, 94 

Murfey, Dennis, 470 j see 
Murfie, Tho., 36 \ Murphy 
Murfitt, Nathan., 142 
Murford, Richard, 481 
Murphe, Bryan, 456 
Murphy, Daniell, 388 

, Mary, 499 
, Morgan, 499 

, William, 354, 361, 

382. 383, 393, 49, 4'2, 4'3, 

418 

, see Murfey, &c. 

Murral, David, 421 

, Elisabeth, 421 

, John, 421 

, see Murril 

Murrell, John, 445, 456 

, Wm., 456 

Murrey, Alexander, 499 

, James, 499 

Murril, Murrill- 

-, Elisabeth, 430 

, Isack, 150 

, John, 430 

, see Murral 



Murrin, Elizabeth, 134 

Murrow, John, 456 

Mursh (or Marsh), Francis, 

s 

Musgrave, Sir Christopher,- 

344 
-- , Jo., 125 

Symon, 344 



Mustek, John, 135 
Muskett, Simon, 43 
- , Wm., 391 
Mussell, Jo., 54 
-- , Robert, 75 
Mutch, Margery, 226 
, William, 226 



, tee Much 

Mynnikyn, Christian, 39 
Mynter, Jo., 104 
Myre (Mire, or Meyer), Henry, 
333, 338, 340 

XACTOX, Teague, 74 

Naile, see Nayle 

Nailer, Elizabeth, 309, sec 

Naylor, &c. 
Xamias, David, 450 
Nancarro, Ellin, 153 
Naney, Robert, 6o__ 
Naseby, Moses, 467 
Nasfeild, Henrie, 252 
Xash, Ann, 96 

Edmund, 75 

Richard, 319*, 323 

Thomas, 377 

Wm., 1 20 

alias Lyllant, Richard, 

3>9 

Nasy, Daniell, 392 
Xathaniell, 243 
Natt, Richard, 109 
Xavaro, Aron, 449 
, Judith, 450 



Navarro, Samuell, 450 

Xaxston, Moules, 118 

Nayle (or Naile), William, 1 79, 

231 

Nayler, Edward, 128 ) 

, Jo., 128 \ *?. 

Xaylor, Thomas, 190 ) 
Xeagle, Martin, 392 
Neal, Daniel, 428 
, Martha, 428 
Neale, John, 466 

, Jonathan, IOI 

, Thomas, 165'" 

456, 466 

, see Xccle 
Xeares, Thomas, 183 
Xeave, Margrett, 293 
Xedhnm, George, 442 



i6C ;1 



Xedsom (or Xeesom), Jo., 74 
Xeedes, John, 316* 
Xeeclham, Tho., 121 

, William, 168 
Xeedler, John, 392 
Xeedome, John, 180 
Xeele, Marie, 124, see X\-al, 

fee. 

Xeesam, Wm., 125 

Xeesom (or Nedsom), Jo., "4 

Xeimart (Neinneart, Nevmarl, 

or Xewmart), Fetter, 266, 

267 

Xelme, Richard, 8 1 
Xelson, George, 173, 219 

, Joseph, 79 

, Julian, 437 



-, Thomas, 504 



3'9, 



Xemias, David, 482 
Xepho, Jerome, 317*, 

320, 321, 322, 325 
Xesse, Win., 101 
Xetbie, Anto., 80 
Nettellford, Geo., 119 
Xettleton, James, 140 
Nevcll, Nicholas, 141 
Xevill, John, 392 
Xevitt, Roger, 125 
Xevmart, see Neimart 
Xewberry, Joseph, 341 
Xewbolt, Richard, 143 
Xewbott, John, 441 
X'ewby, Henry, 84 
Xewconi, Francis, 48 
, Jo., 48 

, Marie, 64 
, Kachell, 48 
Xewcome, William, 187 
Xewdon, John, 154 
Newell Abraham, 278, 2T) 
Fayth, 278 

Francis [Frances], 2/y 
Grace, 277 
Isaacke, 278 
John, 278 
Xewham, Christopher, 374 
Newman, Abraham, 362, 413 
, Elizabeth, 88 
, Gabriell, 444 
, John, 123, 297 
, Margarett, 482 
, Mountford, in 



, Robert, 188, 253 

, Thomas, 79 

, William, 184, 2^2, 

3'" 

Xcwniurl, see Neimart 
Newport, Elisabeth, 422.. 429 

, John, 422, 429 
, Susani a, 422, 429 

703 



556 



INDEX. 



Newton, Abigail, 392 

, George, <\\\ 

, John, 141 

, Samuell, 382, 402, 

482 

Nice, George, 467 
Nichcott, Huch, 195 

Nicholas, , 195 

Nicholes, see Nicolls 
Nichollas, William, 170 
Nicholls, Elizabeth, 59 

, Jer., 135 

, John, 305 

, Thomas, 193 

William, 211 



| Norton, William, 144, 149 
Norwood's, Richard, 304 
Nott, Tho., 51 
Noun (or Nonn), Goodwife, 

194 
Nowell, George, 333, 337, 340 



-, see Nicolls 



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), Manna- 
duke, 461, 465, 466 

, Sarah, 465, 466 

, see Nicholls 

Nisbett, Robert, 41 

Nisom, Jo., 40 

Nixon, Mary, 482 

Nobb, John, 472 

Noble, Ann, 67 

, Geo., 128 

, Marke, 448, 482 

Noden, Hugh, J&3* 

Nokes, Henrie, 128 

, Jo., 4 

Nonn (or Noun), Goodwife, 
194 

Nordin, Nathaniell, 140 

Norman, Geo., 85 

,Jo., 85, 115 

, Matthew, 304 

Normansell, Edward, 192 

Norris, Jo., 85 

, Samuell, 504 

Norron, Katheriue, 482 

North, John, 59, in, 115 

, Nathanael, 310 

, Thomas, 182 

Northampton, Henry, Earl of, 

'55. '5 
Northin, Jo., 79 
Norton, Geo., 73 



-, John, 240 
-- , Peternell, 133 
Nowes (or Nowis), Percifull 
(or Percivall), 316, 318, 342 
Noy, Hester, 450 

- , Isaac, 450 
Nubold, Joan, 37 
Nuce, George, 183 
Nunes, Jacob Franco, 449 
Nunick, see Nunnick 
Nunn, Richard, 66 

- , Tho., 129 
Nunnick, Addam, 129 
-- , Elizabeth, 37 
Nurse, Robert, 482 
Nusom, Richard, 442 
Nusum, Arthur, 482, 490, 494 
--- , -- , Junr., 482, 

490 

-- , Susanna, 490, 494 
Nutbrowne, Francis, 107 
Nuttall, Robert, 114 
--- , Thomas, 392 



Oistine, Oistines 

, Angeletta, 492 

, James, 482, 492 

, Nicholas, 482 



Okelly, Samuell, 430 
Oker, George, 482 
Okley, Robert, 172, 217 
Old, Susan, 205 
Older, Richard, 51 
Oldham, John, 78 
, Tho., 78 



Oldrick, Robert, 112 
Oldmlge, Abell, 393 
Oliues, see Olives 
Oliver, Olliver 

, Edward, 176 



OAGE, Ann, 203 
, Edward, 203 

, Thomas, 1 70, 

268 
Oakley, Francis, 457 



203, 



-, John, 149, 295, 443 

-, Marey, 295 

-, Margaret, 483, 494 

-, Marie, 113 

-, Robert, 154 

, Thomas, 149, 295 

Olives, John, 172 
Olmstecld, James, 150 
Omey, Epenetus, 45 

, Marie, 45 

, Tho., 45 



O,Mullin, Jo., 112 
Onan, Teage, 468 
Qiieal, Ann, 393 

, Daniel, 430 

, Katharin, 430 

Onge, Mary, 279 
Onion, Elizabeth, 227 
, George, 227 



Oats (or Gates), George, 424, Onyon, Robert, 94 



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 
Ddgne, Edmond, 504 
Odiarne, Thomas, 457 
OfHent, John, 8 1 
OflTword, John, 40 
Ogden, Randall, 42 
Ogell, Gregorie, 52 

Ogilby, Ogilsby, Oglesby 

, Elisabeth, 424, 427 

, Frances, 424, 427 

, John, 424, 427, 440 
Ogle, John, 393 
Ohain, Ohani 

, James, 491 

, Jane, 491 

, Patrick, 491 



Oram,. Jo., 7 
Orchard, Richard, 109 
, Thomas, 359 



Oree, Daniel, 437 
Oresby, Thomas, 430 
Orpen, John, 439 
Orris, George, 76 
Osborn, Osborne, Oibourn, 
Osburne 

, Alexander, 491 

, Elenor, 491 



, Jenkin, 172, 208 

, John, 178, 228, 489 

, Mary, 228 

, Moses, 316* 

, Ralph, 182, 261 

, Richard, 40 

, Robert, 393 

, Samell, 457 

, Thomas, 169, 177, 201 

219 

, Walter, 318* 

Osdell, John, 498 
Osmotherly, Wm., 119 



INDEX. 



557 



Ossebrooke, Tho., 141 

OtlancI, Ant ., 112 

Ottawell (or Ottowell), Tho- 
mas, 180, 232. 

Ottway, Thomas, 175 

Ouerton, see Overtoil 

Ouills [i.e., Wills], William, 
189 

Outmore, Robert, 128 

Out ram, Robert, 483, sa Ow- 
tram 

Overbury, Henry, 428 

Overton, Robert, 482 

Owdell, Isack, 94 

Owdie, John, 65 

Owen, Anne, 440 

David, 135 

Elizabeth, 68 

Evan, 312 
John, 41 

Lazarus, 313 

Tho., 121 

Wai., 40 

set Owin 

Oweth, Hutinne, 152 

Owin, Beniamin, 179, 258, Stv 

Owen 

Owly (or Owlye), John, 267 
Ownstedd, Arnold, 142 
Owtram, Dorothy, 482, ste 

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., 101 

, see Paige 

Paget, William, Lord, 157 
Pagitt, Anthony, 217 
, Tho., Ill 



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, 4*9 

- Sarah, 293 

(or Payne), Silvanus, 

S 6 ^. 3<H 

- Tobias, 504 
Thomas, 293 
*< Payne 

Painter, Elin, 176 
I'alache, Mordecah, 450 
Pall, Thomas, 227 
Palliday, Jo., 79 
Pallister, James, 40 
Palmer, Ann, 136 
-- , Anthony, 338 

- , Ellis, 133 

, Francis, 227 

- , Geo., 86, 133 

- , Joane, 210 

John, 81, 114, 137, 



165*, 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 
Pancrust, Anns, 87 
Panke, Richard, 142 
Panton, Mrs., 457 
Paple, Jo., 8l 
Paramour, see Parramore 
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), Thomas, 

65, 187, 188, 252 
Park, Jo. de, 41 
Parke, Thomas, 189 
Parker, Charles, 135 

, Daniell, 318*, 319*. 



-, Geo., 77 
-, John, 398 



, Mary, 137 

, Nathanuel, 300 



, Nicholas, 104 

, Ralph, 350, 358, 373, 

374, 383- 398, 399 

, Richard, 318", 319*, 

323, 441, 504 

, Robert, 83 

, Samuel, 134 
, Thomas, 59, 119, 2O2, 

4*7 

, Walter, 109 

, William, 82, 188, 249, 

334, 337, 34 
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, 258 

Parr, Elisabeth, 422 

, Georg, 422 

, Jo., 127 

, Petronilia, 422 

Parramore, John, 264 

, (or Paramour), Ro- 



bert, 181, 218 
Parratt (or Parrett), John, 1 86, 

,243 

Parreck, John, 377 
Parrett, sec Parratt 
Parrie, Edward, 132, SiV Parry 
Parris, see Paris 
Parrish, see Parish 
Parry, John, 115 

, Morris, 84, 128 

, Wm., 115 

, see Parrie 

Parryer (or Purryer), Wm., 4^ 
Parsons, Daniell, 342 

, Edward, 167, 436, 444 



, (or Parsones), Francis, 

395 



55 



INDEX. 



Parsons, Henry, 96 

, John, 102, 188, 235, 
116 

-, Phillipp, 96 



, Samuell, 237 



, Tho., 36, 331 

-, (or 1'assens), Thomas, 



326 



, William, 431,483 



Part, John, 465 

, Mary, 468 
, Robert, 465, 468 
Partcr, Thomas, 186 
Partin, Partlin, Parttcn 

, Avis, 206 

, Margrett, 170, 206 

, Keljecca, 206 

, Robert, 170,206,267,268 

Pail ridge, Jo., 113 

, William, 167 

'asar, Paul DC, 198 

'ascall, Henry, 349 

'ascoll, James, 249 

'asseman, John, 208 

'assens (or Parsons), Thomas, 

326 
Passmore, Jane, 227 

(or Pasmore), Thomas, 

175, 227 

Pastor, Barns, 435 
Patient, Arthur, 104 

, Nathaniel!, 102 

Patric, Ann, 432 
Patrick, Tho., 136 
Patten, James, 316* 
1'atteson, Edward, 43 
Pattison, James, 122 

, John, 193 
Pattman, Jo., 52 
Paty, Eli/a, 393 
Paul, Joseph, 327, 331 

, Richard, 327, 331 

, Robart, 334, 335, 340 

, Samuell, 351 

. , Wm., 86 

Paulett (or Pawlett), Thomas, 

170, 207 

Paulson, Wm., 79 
Paulus, 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., IOJ 



Payne, Tobias, 499 
, William, 65, 92 

, see Paine 

Payson, Giles, 46 
Payton, Henry, 195 

, Peter, 120 

, Robert, 36 

.Pea, Urselah, 447 
Peach, Arthur, 79 
, Jonathan, 423 

, Sarah, 423 
Peacock, Charles, 109 

, Samuel, 427 

, Tho., 125, 139 



Peck, Kranci^, 73 

, Tho., 39 

Pecock, Robert, 483, see Pea 

cock 

Pedder, Matthew, 497 
Pedler, Francis, 154 
Robert, 154 



, Wm., 46 

, see Pecock 

Pead, John, 2IO, 



4*3, 



Peede 

, Thomas, 394 

Peak, Christopher, 483 
Peake, Marie, 49 
, Robert, 172, 222 
, see Peke 
Peale, Larence, 246 
Pearce, Pearse, Peercc, Pecrse, 
Peirce, Peirse 
, Anth., 153 

, Henony, 504 

, Edmond (or Edward), 



Pedro, John, 258 

Peede, John, 171, see Pead 

Peele, Lawrence, 185 

Peerce, see Pearce 

Peers, Elizabeth, 429 

, John, 429 

: Peerse, see Pearce 

Peeler, , 242, 257, .<* 

Peter 
1 Peelers, Mary, 205 

Pegden, Mr., 191 

Peirce, see Pearce 
| Peirceson, John, 443, see Pear- 
son, Peirson 

Peircy (or Pearcey), Richard, 

3>6*, 3'7 

Peirsby, Richard, 183 
Peirse, see Pearce 
Peirsey, Abraham, 217, 224 
, Elizabelh, 224 
, Mary, 224 



89 



-, George, 438 
-, Hesler, 494 
-, John, 393, 494, 507 
-, Katherme, 507 
-, Mr., 89, 90 
-, Mrs., 229 
-, Nicholas, 233 
-, Richard, 343, 457 
(or Peare), Robert, 316, 



Peirson, Cutbert, 182 

(or Peireson), Edward, 

392, 397, 448 

-, see Pearson, Peirceson 



318, 319, 319*, 324, 342 

, Thomas, 323 

, Wm., 271 

, see Pierce 



Pearcey, see Peircy 
Pearns, Mr., 191 
Pears, John, 483 
Pearse, see Pearce 
Pearshouse, Chester, 396 
Pearson, Georg., 434 

, John, 393, 428 

, Prudence, 434 

, Peirson, Pierceson 



Peke, Dennis, 71, se." Peake 
Pell, Marie, 49 

, Richard, 52 

, Tho, 49 
Pellam, Penelopy, 60 
, Jo., 59 
Pelsant, Sampson, 194 
, Wolston, 194 
Pelteare, Abraham, 248 
Pelton, George, 231 
Pemberton, Charles, 508 
, James, 508 



Peas, Win., 127 

Pease, Elisabeth, 422, 427 

, John, 278, 279 

, Robert, 278, 279 

, Ursula, 422, 427 

Peat, Jo., 46 
Peboddy, Francis, 45 
Pechey, Lambert, 396 



-, John, 508 
-, Willi; 



illiam, 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, John, 153, see Pen- 

nington 
Peniston, Richard, 303 

, Samuell, 394 
Penn, Francis, 80 
I , Robert, 233 



INDEX. 



559 



Term (or Pen), William, 117, 

163 
1'ennaircl, Robert, 144 

, Tho., 144 
I'enne, see Penny 
1'cnniman, Jane, 395 
1'ennington, Wm., 132, see 

Penington 
Penrice, John, 186 
Penrise, Robart, 254 
i'enson, Tho., 75 
Penny (or Penne), George, 51, 

32, 322 

( , or Pinney), 

John, 320*, 322, 325, 327, 
330, see Pinney 

Pepp [i.e.. Pepper] 

Pepper, Fra., 121 

, Mary, 278, 279 

, Richard, 278, 279 

1'eppet (or Peppett), Gilbert 
(or Gibert), 172, 272 

1'erce, Jone, 174 

, Phebe, 66 

, Richard, 38 

, Thomas, 440 

, Win., 115, 174 

, set Perse 

Percy, Annis, 52 

, Robert, 35 

, see Persey 

Pereing, Sebasting, 504 

Perera, Isaac, 449, 450 

Perk, Elizabeth, 105 

, Isabel!, 105 

, Margery, 105 

, Richard, 105 

Perkin, Elisabeth, 421 

, John, 421 

, Richard, 421 

, see Perkynn, I'irkins 

Perkins, Martin, 119 

, Robert, 122 

, William, 149 

, see Perkyns 

Perkinson, Elizabeth, 169 

Perk's, Ann, 79 

Perkynn, Martin, 40 

, Thomas, 71 

, sec Perkin 

Perkyns, James, 36, sec Per- 
kins 

Perley, Allin, 45 

Perpoynt, Henry, 79 

I'errie, see Perry 

Perridge, Job, 457, see Penvidg 

Perriman, John, 457, see Perry- 
man 

1'errin, Henry, 399 

, Margaret t, 394 



Perrin, see Perryn- 
Petrol, Samuel, 422 
Sarah, 422 



PerroU, Ralph, 483 
Perry, Ben., 37 

, Dorothy, 37- 

, Edward, 483 

, George, 271 

, Hugh, 143 

(or I'errie), T<>h, 167, 

483 

, Jone, 429 

, Marie, 64 

, Mrs., 175 

, Samuell, 457 

, Tho., 37, 126 

, William, 266 

Perryman, Anne, 491 

or Perriman), 



Richard, 483, 491 

, see Perriman 



i * 

,Jc 
, Jvi 



Perryn, John, 123, see Pcnin 
Pers, Barbre, 290 

Elizabeth, 290 
~ohn, 290 
_ udith, 290 
Perse, Nicholas, 169 

, Richard, 178 

, see. Perce 

Persey, A bra., 269, see Percy 
Persivall, Andrew, 398 
Persons, Richard, 283 
Perwidg (or Perwidge), Job, 

394, see Perridge 
Pester (Pestor, or Lester), 

Thomas, 318*, 319*, 323 
Peter (a Negro), 182 

Isack, 38 

, John, 1 20 

, 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, 83 

, Jo., 114 

, Richard, 83 

Pewsie, Geo., no 
Phelomy, John, 483 
Phelpes, William, 316 
Phildust, Thomas, 222 
Philkynn, Robert, 52 
Phillip, Phillipes, Phillipp, 

Phillips, Phillipps 
, 188 



Phillip Eliazer, 396 

Elizabeth, 96, 242 

Elmer, 170 

Henry, 182 

James, 102 

John, 38, 40, 74, 1 1 6, 



'95 



Mary, 490 
Phillip, 44 
Richard, 83, 126 
Thomas, in, 127, 
173, 180, 185, 236, 242 
-, William, 74, 143, 318, 



343, 483, 490 
Philmott, John, 236 
Philpe, Richard, 75 
Philpott, John, 41 

, Phillipp, 40 



1'hinloe, 2?9 

Phinnei, Richard, 135 

Phippin, Judith, 43 

(Phippen, or Shippinl, 

William, 334, 337, 341 
Phipps, Thomas, 141 
, Sir William, 

165* 

Phlinton, Pharow, 186 
Picke, Andrew, 153 
Pickering, John, 129 
, Mr., 429 



164*, 



Pickett, Adam, 353 
Pickford, Robert, 397 
Picto, Frend, 71 
Piddington, Christopher, 82 
Piddock, Wm., 395 
Pidgion, Robert, 192, see 

Pigeon 
Pierce, Danyell, 281 

Elisabeth, 230, 422, 



429 



-, John, 139 

, Jone, 224 

, Richard, 230, 435 

, Steven, 118 

, Thomas, 70, 422 

, William, 224, 240 

Ti , set Pearce 

Pigeon, Jo., 122, see Pidgion 
Piggott, John, 457 

, Walter, 138 

, Wm., 79 



Pike, Grace, 490 

, John, 139 

, Oliver, 483, 490, 495 

Pile, Sarah, 483 

, Theophilus, 483 

, Wm., 394 

Pilgrim, Thomas, 445, 457 
Pilkinton, Margrett, 235 
, William, 235 



560 



INDEX. 



Pillard, Benjamin, III 
Pilson, Edward, 397 
Pirn, Thomas, 410 
Pinchback, Thomas, 483 
Tinder, Joanna, 59 

, Katheriiv59 

, 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", 

3 2 3 
Piper, James, called the, 188 

, Wm., 393 

Pippin, Mathew, 67 

Pirkins, Widow, 457, j.r Per- 
kins, &c. 

Piscer, Elizabeth, 123 

, Robert, 123 

Pitcher, Tho., 79 

Pitney, Pitnei, Pittnci 

, Margaret, 56 

, Samuell, 56 

, Sara, 56 

Pitt, John, 440 

, Richard, 36 

, Thomas, 342 

, Wm., 140 

, see Pitts 

Pittman, Arthur, 483 

, Christo., 193 

, Henry, 319, 320*, 325 

(m Puttman), Wm., 

319, 320*, 32; 

Pittnei, see Pitney 

Pitts, Francis, 184 

, George, 466 

, Hugh, 483 

, John, 327, 329, 465, 466 

, Thomas, 135, 316*, 317 

, William, 316, 317*, 34> 

, see Pitt 

Pit way, Mary, 121 

, Robert, 121 

Pix, Richard, 389 

Place, John, 39, 308 

, Peter, 131 

Plant, Mathew, 113 

, William, 236 

Platt, John, 396 

, Lawrence, 84 

Play, Wm., 365, 387, 404, 
414 

Ploraer, Wm., 141 



Plowman, Mathew, 165 

, William, 466 

Fluffier [i.e., Phimmer], 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 

, Henry, 508 

, John, 457 

, Joseph, 397 

, Richard, 457 

, Sarah, 508 

, Tho., 153 



Pollen, John, 145 
Pollentin, John, 182 

, Margrett, 182 

Rachell, 182 



Pollington, 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", see 

Pumfrett 1 

Pon, Michel Du, 198 
Pond, Rebecca, 299 
Ponnt (Pound, or Fount), Tho., 

72, see Pownd 
Pontes pPountes], John, 174 
Poole, Edward, 284 

, Daniell, 235 
(or Pool), Jeremiah, 316, 

r7, 343 

, John, 340 

, Robert, 86, 224 
, Simon, 334, 335, 340 
(or Pool), Sylvester, 316*, 

3>8, 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, Ant., 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, see Poor 
Porte, Nicholas, 145 
Porter, Abraham, 175, 225 

, Edmond, 137 

, Edward, 135 



, Henry, 102 

, James, 348, 363, 368, 

388, 389, 400, 406 

, Jane, 423 

, John, 71, 286 

, Luke, 316, 318, 342 

, Martha, 129 

-, Mathew, (&&), 326, 



33 



262 



Peeler, (&c.), 188,244, 

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. 



56' 



Potter, Henry, 183, 260 



, Jo., 104 

, Joseph, 



. . . . 98 
, Rebecca, 495 

, Robert, 483 

, Vyncent, 76 

, William, 66, 97 

Pottle, Christopher, 396 
Potts, Anto., .104, see Pott 
Poulter, Tho., 129 
Pound (Fount, or Ponnt), 72 

sec Powncl 

PPountes (Ponies), John, 174 
Povey, Richard, 159* 
Powel, Caleb, 421, 426 

, Elizabeth, 421, 426 

-, Mary, 421, 426 



well, Arthur, 397 
Daniell, 151 



, Cathren, 184 

, Elizabeth, 114 

, Gody, 189 

, Jacob, 316'* 

, James, 84 

, John, 184, 246, 273 

: , Kathren, 246, set 

Powell, Cathren 

, Mary, 71 

-, Micell (or Michaell), 



334, 336, 34 

, Richard, 74 

, Robert, 304 

, Samuel, 1 1 1 



, Thomas, 82, 181, 189, 

236, 263 

, Wm., 73, 86 

(or Powle), Wm., 270 

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 Prestton), Edward, 

43.438,448 



Preston, Eli/., 131 

George, 138 

Jo., 131 

Joseph, 127 

Lawrence, 85 

Marie, 131 

Mathew, 135 

Richard, 51, 122 

Koger, 53, 171, 210 

Sara, 131 

Wm., 131 
Preswell, Wm., 445 
Prew, John, 318*, 320*, 323 
Price, Ann, 203 
, Edward, 175, 193, 489 

, Henry, 457, 483 

, Hugh, 170, 204 

, John, 125, 170, 203, 204, 



266, 319, 360, 378, 392, 396, 
397, 462, 468, see Bricc 

, 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 
Maximillian, 142 
Thomas, 95, 177, 



192 



Wm., 39, 136 
see Pritchard 



Prichett, Margery, 187 

, Miles, 187, see Prickett 



Prickett, Miles, 245, 273, see 

Prichett 

, Thomas, 194 

Friday, Samuel, 75 

Prideaux, Nicholas, 330, 343, 

424, 457 

, Rebecca, 424 [&c. 

Prier, Jo., iy>,see Pryer, Prior, 
Priest, Walter, 1 73, see Preist 
?rimatt, Humphry, 395 
'rince, Anth"., 441 
, John, 443 



Prior (or Pryor), John, 327,330, 
see Prier, Pryer, Pryor 
rise, Edward, 226 
, Thomas, 190 
, see Price, Pryce 



Pritchard, Thomas, 221, see 

Prichard 
Procter, Ant"., 112 

, John, 59, 266 

, Marie, 59 

, Martha, 59 

Wm., 128 



Proctor, Allis, 231 

, John, 179, 231 

, Mrs., 179 

Prophett, Jacob, 191 
Prosser, Thomas, 40 
Prouse (or Prowse), George, 8l 

231 

Prothers, Thomas, 324, 460 
Prout, Edward, 421 

, Katherine, 421 

, Thomas, 421 

, Timothy, 353, 377, 38", 

396, 401 

1'rowd, Ralph, 73 
Prowse, see Prouse 
Pryce, Howell, 141 

I^auncelot, 37 

Thomazin, 37 

see Price, Prise 

Pryer, Daniell, 130 

Peter, 105 

see Prier, Prior, Pryor 

Pryme, Edmond, 103 

Pryfti [i.e., Prymm], Jane, 116 

Prynn, Michell, 125 

Pryor (or Prior), John, 327, 

330, see Prier, Pryer 
Puddiford, John, 442 
Pugett, Christopher, 172 
P'jggett, Cesar, 238 
Pullin, Edward, 41 
Pumfrett, Ann, 483, see Pom- 

frett , 

Pumrey, &.C., su Pomeroy 
Purefoy, Samuell, 154 
Purefray (Purfrey, or Purfry), 

Thomas, 1 80, 247 
Purnell, Richard, 41 
Thomas, 125 



Purryer, Alyce, 44 
Kathren, 45 



, Mary, 45 

, Sarra, 45 
(or Parryer), Wm., 44, 



45 

Purscli, Tho., 136 
I'ursley, James, 499 
Purss, Wm., 472 
I'urstynn, Henry, 39 
?uttex, William, 40 
'uttman, see Pittman 
J ye, Edward, 460 
, Georg., 426 

71 



S 6 2 



INDEX. 



Pynch, Tho., 115 
Pynder Anna, 59 

Francis, 59 

Jo., 59 

Margaret, 133 

Marie, 59 

Mary, 59 

Sir I'aiil, 159 

Tymothie, 133 

sec Pincler 

Pyndon, Alice, Il8 
1'ynkston, John, 135 

QAY, Abraham, 449 
Quaile, Ann, 192 
Quale, Hugh, 505 
Quant, Henry, 333, 336, 340 
Quarree, Robert, 467 
Quarrier, James, 94 
Querk, John, 398 
Querke, Richard, 505 

, William, 188, 251 

Quesnee, Pierre, 199 
Quicke, Elizabeth, 152 

(or Quick), Thomas, 

3'7*, 3>9*, 324 
Quiggen, John, 484 
Quillin, Teague, 127 
Quintin, Roger, 1 1 3 
Quinton, Henry, 36 
Quiutyne, Henry, 337, 390, 

508 

, Richard, 398 

, Thomas, 508 

Quithor, Geo., 125 

Quyle, jo., 125 

Quynie (or Q'ny), Wm., 104, 

122 

RABEY, Kathren, 292 

Raddish, Jo., 79 

Radford, Cornelius, 316, 318, 

343 

, Henrie, 134 

, John, 428 

, Richard, 356, 361, see 

Ratford 

Rafle, Robert, 191 
Ragg, Isaac, 378, 491 

, Katherine, 491 

, Susanna, 491 

Railey (Rawley, or Ralye), 

Andrew, 175, 184, 228, see 

Rayley 
Rainolds, Richard, 41, see 

Reynolds 

Rainsecrofte, Jo., 140 
Rainsford, Edward, 93, 401, 

448 
, John, 484 



Rainy, James, 347, 348, 366, j 

384, 404, 405 

, Luke, 400 

Ralye, sec Railey, Rayley 
Ram, George, 98 

, Tho., 84 
Ramsey, Jo., 119 

, Roas, 505 

., Robert, 132, 425 



Ramshaw, William, 181, 237 

Rand, Isaac, 386, 391, 392, 
418 

Randall (or Rendell), Bartho- 
lomew, 333, 338, 340 

, Henry, 316 

, Win., 69 



Randolph, Edward, 163, 163*, 

165 
Ranke (or Rauke), Richard, 

190 

Ranse, Wm , 41 
Ranton, stv Rayiiton 
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, 208 



, Roger, 170, 208 

Ratford, Francis, 115 

(Rattford, or Radford), 

Richard, 356, 361, 365, 370, 

398, 410, 412, 413 
Ratlife, see Ratclife 
Rauen, see Raven 
Ranghton, Ezekiah, 202 

, Margrett, 202 

, see Rawton 



Rauke (or Ranke), Richard, 

190 

Raven, Christopher, 505 
Ravenett, William, 174 
Ravenscroft, Benjamin, 400 
Ravish, James, 1 1 2 
Rawlin, Kawlines, Rawlings, 

Rawlins 

, Beniamin, 443 

, Henry, 139 

, Jane, 66 

, John, Senr., 303 

, John, 80, 449, 484 

"iVni., 470 



Rawse, Richard, 170 
Rawson, Ch?., 193 
Rawton, Esaias, 169, see 

Raughton 
Ray, Abram, 68 



Ray, Jo., 125 

Rayley, Jonas, 170, jv Railey, 

&c. 

Raymcnt, Ann, 434 
Raymie, see Rayne 
Raymon, John, 441 
Raymond, Arthur, 122 
Raymont, William, 240 
Raynard, Elizabeth, 113 
Raynberd, Niccholas, 262 
Rayne (Raynes, Raynne, or 

Rayinne), Francis, 87, 162 

, Sarah, 1 1 1 , see Raynne 

Rayner, Raynor 

, Edward, 281 

, Elizabeth, 280, 281 

, Joane, 226 

, Joseph, 281 

, Lidia, 281 

, Sarah, 281 

, Thurston, 280, 281 

, \Vassell, 175, 226 

, William, 427 



Raynes, Raynne, see Rayne 
Raynor, see Rayner 
Raynton, Elizabeth, 105 

(or Ranton), Sir 



Nicholas, 47, 60 
Read, Anthony, 182 

, George, 106 

, Hanna, 284 

, James, 40 

(or Reid), Justice (or 

Judge), 106, 498 

, Lusan, 284 

, Mabell, 106 

, Marmaduke, 81 

, Mary, 468 

(or Reid), Osmond (or 

Symon), 334, 337, 340 

, Ralph, 106 

(or Reede), Stephen (or 

Steeven, 95, 187, 253 

, Susan, 284 

(or Reade), Thomas, 241, 

267, 443, 468 
, William, 67, 106, 113, 

284 

, see Reed, Reid 

Reading, Robert, 430, sec 

Reding, Redding 
Reason, Barbaric, 75 

, James, 86 

, John, 326 

, Ralph, 50 

, Thomas, 330 



Rebbell, Wm., in 
Reddam, John, 94 
Reddhetld, John, 40, see Red- 
head 



INDEX. 



563 



Reddin, Katherine, 402 
Redding, Henry, 36 

, James, 35 

. Jeremy, 37 

, see Reading, Reding 

Reddish, John, 1 78, 230 

, Wm., 127 

Reddman, Jo., 121 

, Thomas, 70 

, Wm., 102 

, see Redman 

Redes, Roger, 179 

Redford (or Reeford), John, 

132 

Redhead, Christopher, 177, 
232, see Reddhedd 

Reding, John, 191, see Read- 
ing, Redding 

Redman, Richard, 484, see 
Reddman 

Reed, Elizabeth, 152 

, Lawrence, 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, Recvs 

, Edward, 434 

, John, 42, 319, 319*, 

323 
(or Reene), Nathanall, 

170 
, Thomas, 81, 145, 299, 

S5 
, Wm., 72 

Reid, Adame, 505 
, John, 505 

, see Read, Reed 

Keignolds, Remolds, see Rey- 
nolds 

Reid, Gabriell, 131 

Remington, Reinmington 

, Alice, 96 

, Elizabeth, 96 

, Phillipp, 95 

Remnant, James, 400 

, Jone, 400 

Ren, Clare, 219 

Renalles, Paule, 234 

Rendell (or Randall), Bartho- 
lomew, 333 



Rennam, Ezechell, 128 
Renney, John, 462 

, , Junr., 463 



Renny, Teague, 484 

-, Junr., 484 



Rensby (or Reusby), Henry, 

'53 

Rentfree, Robert, 484 
Resburie, Jo., 79 
Reusby (or Rensby), Henry, 

'S3 

Revell, James, 136 
Reynolds Reignolds, Remolds 
192 
Christopher, 83, 182, 



241 

Hugh, 368, 380 

James, 427 
ean, 484 

John, 50, 82 

Mr., 174, 437 

Nico., 120 

Paule, 1 80 

Richard, 67 

Robert, 192 

Sarah, 280 

Simon, 494 

Susanna, 438 

Thomas, 81, 123, 
128, 438, 457 

, see Rainolds 

Reynoldson, Thomas, 447 
Riall, Alice, 113, see Ryale 
Ricard, Peter, 126 
Rice, James, 402 

, John, 402 

, see Ryce 

Rich, Robert, 401, 402, 444, 

463 
Richard, 221, 251 

, James, 396, 401 

-, Jo., 74 [484 



Richards, John, 86, 125, 162*, 
, Katherin, 83 

, Latimer (or Laty- 

more), 433, 461 

, TSTathaniell, 150 

-, Richard, 231 



, Robert, 40, 316*, 

318, 342, 471 

, Thomas, 40, 85, 

469, 505 

. , Wm., 195 

Richardson Anthony, 491, 496 
Daniell, 339 
David, 484 
Elisabeth, 426 
George, 62, 484, 



Richardson, John, 104, 113, 

342, 344, 432, 434, 436 
Leonard, 125 
Luke, 115 
Mauley, 129 
Margaret, 426 
Mary, 430, 484, 



491 



491 



-, Henrie, 137 



Nicholas, 505 
Richard, 142, 426 
Rebert, 50, 128 
Symon, 95 
Tho., 103 
William, 134, 179, 



240, 430 
Richbell, John, 401 
, Richard, 400 
, Robert, 401, 484 



Riches, Andrew, 433 
, Samuel, 433 



Richier, Isaac, 166 
Rickard, Margaret, 113 

, Samuel, 358, 362 

Ricord, Charles, 396, 400 
Ricrofte, James, 35 
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, Tho., 36 
Ridglie, Geo., 74 
Ridgway, Joseph, 462 

, Mary, 461 

Ridley, Uaniell, 362 

, Elizabeth, 133 

, George, 399 

, Richard, 48 

, Robert, 133 



Rigglio, Robert, III 
Righton, William, Senr., 304 
Rilcy, Elizabeth, 102 

, Garrett, 35 

, Miles, 35 

, Tho., 133 

Rilsden, Charles, 116 
Rimwell, Adam, 260 
I Ripen, see Ripping 
Riply, Richard, 371 
Rippin, Allin, 121 

, Nicholas, 94 



Ripping (or Ripen), Chris- 
topher, 177, 219 
, Ellis, 208 



71 2 



564 



INDEX. 



Risby, Thomas, 183 

Rishford, Geo., 50 

Rising, James, 132 

Riskyffier [Riskymmer], Nicho- 
las, 69 

Risley, Cressent, 484 

Risson, Judith, 450 

Rivers, John, 314 

, William, 505 

Roach, William, 470 

Roads, George, 183 ) see 

Roades, Margreat, 1 79 \ Rodes 

Roane, Bancks, 399 

Roas, Ramsey, 505 

Roass, Thomas, 505 

Robard's, James, 52 

Robb, Elizabeth, 143 

, Ellin, 143 

Robinson, jdeth, 465 

, John, 465 

Robensone, Ellen, 292 

Robert, 100, 192, 239, j<v 
Robert t 

Roberts, Blanch, 87 

Edward, 38, 116, 425, 



462 



'ames, 178 

lohn, 112, 312, 435 

ohn, ap., 190 

oseph, 150 
Robert, 75 
Thomas, 64, 190 
Wm., 399. 
see Robert ts 



Robertson, Nic"., 93 

Robertt , 292, sec Ro- 
bert 

Robertts, Christopher, 194 

, William, 194 

, set Roberts 

Robesonn, James, 220 

Robins, Edward, 127 

, John, 164", 316, 463 

, Tho., 83 

Robinson, Allexander, 399, 498 

, Ann, 425 

, C., 436 

, Christopher, 166", 

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 



-, Joseph, 461 
-, Joyce, 



Robinson, Kat., 94 

, Leonard, 142, 425 
, Manuss, 484 
, Mathew, 95 
, Mary, 94, 124 
, Richard, 182, 457 
-, Sir Robert, 164* 
, Robert, 43, 484 
, Sara, 93 
, Thomas, 71, in, 



141, 484 
, William, 80, 193, 

425. 457, 484 
Robinsonn, Mathewe, 244 
Robisonn, Richard, 249 
Robson, Thomas, 163, 163" 
Robotham, William, 402 
Roch, William, 470 
Rockly, Raph, 194 
Rocks, Michell, 41 
Rodes, Tho., 135, see Roads 
Rodeway, see Rodway 
Rodgers, George, 180 
(or Rogers), John, 

333, 335- 338 
see Rog 



Rodman, John, 484 

, , Junr., 484 

, Sarah, 484 



Rodrigua, Anthony, 449 

Rods, John, 39 

Rodway (or Rodeway), Stephen, 

333. 337, 34 
Roe (or Row), Christopher, 

316*, 317*. 343 

, Edward, 103 

, Margaret, 460 

, Robert, 52 

, Tho., 75 

, see Row, Rowe 

Roed's, Roger, 225 
Roett, Isaac, 448, 457 
Rofe, Barbary, 131 

, Wm., 143 
Roffin, Wm., H2 
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, 318, 333, 335, 

338, 340, 343 

, Katherine, 493 

, Mary, 129, 423 



Rogers, Mathew, 70 
Michael, 432 
Mr., 423 
Nathaniel, 119 
Raph, 193 
Richard, in 
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 
Rollright, 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), Wil- 
liam, 183, 260 
Roome, Thomas, 507 
Root, John, 238 
Roote, Mary, 97 

, Nicholas, 177 

, Ralph, 92 

Ropear, Alles, 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. 



565 



Roseter, Thomas, 154 

Rosman, James, 152 

Ross, William, 399 

Rosse, 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, Caleb, 470, 471, see 
Rowse 

Rousell, George, 317, sec Row- 
sell 

Rovenson, John, 156 

Row (or Roe), Christopher, 

3l6*. 3'7*, 343 

Lawrence, 400 

Nich., 184 

Peter, 326, 329 

see Roe 

Rowe, Anne, 457 

Mary, 262 

Nicholas, 262 

see Roe 

Rowes, John, 183 

Rowinge (or Rownige), Henry, 

172, 2'7 
Rowland, Jo., 132 

, Richard, 82 

Rowles, Henrie, 135 
Rowlidge, Jo., 117 
Rowlson, Francis, no 

, Thomas, 236 

Rowlston, Sionell [ ? Lionel!], 

254 
Rownige (or Rowinge), Henry, 

172, 217 
Rowse, Thomas, 447, see 

House 
Rowsell, George, 316*, see 

Rousell 

Rowsewell, Thomas, 316 
Rowsley, Elizabeth, 191 

, William, 191 

Rowton, Ann, 62 

, Edmond, 62 

, Richard, 62 

Roy, Hugh Le, 123 

, Jerome, Le, 199 

Royalf, Joseph, 169, 202 

, Sibill, 229 

Roydon, Wm., 399 
Royston, Thomas, 118 
Ruce, Roger, 240, see Reuse 
Ruck, John, 484 
Rud, Symon, 472 



Rudge, Jo., 140 

, Thomas, 401 

Rudle, Robert, 402 
Rudston, Eliz., 118 
Ruese, Roger, 174, see Ruce 
Ruggells, Barbaric, 46 

, Jo., 46 

Rul, Elisabeth, 438 
Rule, Thomas, 401 

, Wm., 136 

Rumball, Tho., 132 
Rumell, Adam, 182 
Rumley, Elisabeth, 431 
Rumsey, Joseph, 430 
Rundall, Edward, 457 
Rusco, Marie, 57 

, Rabecca, 57 

, Samuel, 57 

, Sara, 57 

, Wm., 57 

Rush, Clinion, 219 

, William, 8 1 

Rushbrook, Henry, 484 
Rushmore, George, 182 
Russell, Edward, 401, 426 

, Francis, 132, 167 

, George, 54, 342 

, James, 160* 

, John, 36, 103, 119, 



i So, 224 

, Katherin, 71 

, Phillip, 505 

, Randolph, 162* 

-, Thomas, 472 



Rutten, Elizabeth, 180 
Rutter, DanieU, 36, 317, 342 
, Tho,, 74 



Ryale, Joseph, 218, see Riall 
Ryce, Ann, 117, see Rice 
Rycord, Samuell, 484 
Rycraft, Sara, 484 
Ryder, Symon, 399 
Rydie, James, 115 
Ryle, Tho., 117 
Rymes, Henry, 39 
Rymore, Allexander, 484 

SABYN, Geo,, 142 

(or Sabin), Robert, 



96, 1 86, 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, 2n 
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, 116 

, Tho., 115 

halford, John, 186, 250, 273 

, Mary, 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., 81 



Salsbury, William, 192 
Salt, Samuell, 404 
Sailer, Edward, 103 

, Elizabeth, 174, 223 

, George, 409 

, James, 326, 329 

, John, 185 

, Nicholas, 3I7*,3I9*, 324 

i-, Rich., 407 

, Richard, 342, 462 

^, Robert, 118 
Saltonstall, Merriall, 59 

, Richard, 59 

Salvadge,- Ensign, 274 
, Robert, 183 



Sam, Gregory, 153 

, John, 318*, 319* 

Sames, Elizabeth, 102 
Samond, Wm., 72 
Sampson, John, 330, 338, 505 
Samuell, 290 
Sa'ms, John, 323 
Sandby, Tho., 38 
Sanderick, see Standenvick 
Sanders, Alexander, 173, 238 
, Ben)'., 404 



, David, 181 
-, George, 181 



, Henery, 217 

, John, 154, 194, 351, 

411, 447 

, Richard, 177, 219 

, William, 330, 342, 442 
, see Saunders, Sawnders 



Sanderwick, see Standenvick 



566 



INDEX. 



Sandforcl, John, 408 
Sandiford, Charles, 469 

, Henry, 404 

, John, 470 

[ ?], Richard, 469 

Sandley, Robert, 82 
Sandome, Richard, 406 
Sandra t sec 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, Hamhlet, 135 

, Robert, 60 

Sankster, Eliz., 118 
Sansom, Richard, 78 
Santen, Lucas, 165 
Sape, Marey, 295 
Sapster, Bridget, 467 

, William, 462, 467 

Saracole, Jo., 69 
Sarah, Mordecah, 450 
Sares, Win., 86, sec Saires 
Satchill, Win:, 119 
Sauewell, Daniel), 195 
Saundby, Michell, 118 
Saunders, Edward, 122 

. , John, 117, 387 

, Judith, 48 

, Lea, 48 

, Marie, 48 

, Martin, 47, 48 

, Mary, 37 

, Rachell, 47 

, Thomas, 102, 122 

, William, 121, 316, 

3l8, 327 
, .v.v 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 
Savory, Win., 119 
Sawcott, Jo., 52 [217 

Sawell, Thomas, I2O, 172, 
Sawier, Thomas, 225 



Sawier, William, 175, 232 
-, see Sawyer 



Snwkynn, Wm., 106 
Sawnders, Edward, 126 

, Jo., 128 

see Sanders, 



ders 

Sawter, Roger, 64 
Sawyer, Margarett, 485 

, Thomas, 182 

, William, 1 80 

, see Sawier 

Sawyers, Charles, 465 

, Elizabeth, 465 

S.i\-, Geo., 63, siv Saie [159 
Say & Sele, William, Lord, 
Sayer, William, 35 [319 

Scamplyn (or Kemplyn), John, 
Scar, Stephen, 442 
Scarburgh, Edward, 162 
Scarfield, William, I2O 
Scarsbrick, Win., 50 
Scawell (or Seawell), Richard, 

485 

Schenckingh, Amarinzia, 490 
, Benj"., 490 

(or Shenkingh, 

Sckenken), Bernard, 429, 



Scrutton (or Strutton), John, 

485 

Scurrier, William, 316*, 317 
Sea, Mary, 38 
Seabright, Richard. 141 
Saun- i Sealy, Henry, 408, 412, j.v 

Seely 
Seaman, George, 337 

, Rob., 333, 340 

, Thomas, 408 



Seamer (Seaman, or Seyir.cr), 

John, 332, 337, 340 
Searl, John, 485 
Searle, Brigett, 194 

, Francis, 104 

, Richard, 409 

, Thomas, 441 

Serle 



458, 490 



Elizabeth, 490 
( ), Han. 



nah, 429 

, Kutherine, 490 
Scot, Jane, 421 

, Mary, 421 

, see Scott, Skott 

Scotchmoro, Robert, 124, 221, 

239, .<.-( Scottesmore 
Scott, Abigail, 282 

, Apphia, 263 

, Benjamin, 404, 458, 485 

, Elizabeth, 67, 282 

, Goodwife, -188 

, Henry, 176, 221 

, James, 120 

, Jane, 84 

, John, 64, 105, 143, 505 
, Martha, 280 

, Tercis, 263 

, Richard, 325 

, Thomas, 282, 407 

..Walter, 188, 263, 331, 

336, 5S 

, Win., 125 

, Siv Scot, Skott 

Scottesmore, Robert, 176, j.v 

Scotchmore 
Scotts, Mr., 313* 
Scriven, Robert, I2O 
Scrubs, George, 342 



Sears (or Seasc), Robert, 332, 
337,340 

Seaton, John, 119, 498 

Seaward, John, 188, j.v Up- 
ward 

Scawell, Davers, 493 

, Elizabeth, 493 

, Richard, 493 

(or Scawell), Richard, 

485 

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, sir Seden 
Seely, Wm., 74, * Scaly 
Seemes, Richard, 1 16 
Seere, Win., 41 
Scii>on, Cutbert, 260 
Sell, Edward, 86 

.Jo-, "33 

Selleck, John, 405 
Selley, John, 243 
Sellin, Ann, 68 
, Joan, 68 
Sellock, John, 384 
Selman George, 41 
Sclwyii, William, l6S* 
Senior, Jacob, 409 
-, Joseph, 450 



Sennodd, Robert, 71 
Sennott, Win., 63 
Sension, Nico., 58 
Sentence, Henry, 51 
Serano, Jaell, 450 
Sere, John, 236 
Serfatty, Joshua, 407 
Sergeant, Tho., 47 
Seriff, 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 

Sewar, Robert, 84, see Sewer 

Seward, John, 249 

, William, 39 

, see Seaward 

Sewer, John, 404, see Sewar 
Sexton, Richard, 108 

, Thomas, 192 

Sexston, Peter, 102 

, Robert, 136 

Seymer, John, 340, see Seamer 
Seymor, Florentio, 310 
Seywell, Thomas, 255 
Sfrane, Almons, 405 
Shakerly, William, 427 
Shaftesbury, Anthony, Earl of. 

161* 
Shafto, Win., 363, 371, 388, 

413 

Shahanisse, Daniell, 471, see 
Shanis 

Shahany, John, 324 

Shale, Robert, 326 

Shanis, Daniell, 470, see Sha- 
hanisse 

Sharks, George, 191 

Sharp, Boaz, 303 

Elizabeth, 205 

Isack, 205 

Judith, 191 

Mrs., 170 

Richard, 101 

Robert, 93, 114 

Samuell, 172, 205 

Tho., 119, 132 

William, 119, 170, 205 

Sharpe, Aser, 360, 372, 381, 

385. 390, 39', 398, 43 

Elizabeth, 215 

Henry, 308 

James, 441 

Mary, 410 

Samuell, 215, 268 

Sharpes, William, 267 
Sharpies, Edward, 173 

, Tho., 84 

Shaw, Annis, 224 

, Thomas, 303, 304, 355, 

398, 418 
Shawe, Abram, 142 

- , Anne, no 



Shawe, Daniell, 506 
, John, 80, 94, 95 
-, Sara, 95 



, Wm., 115 

Sheaperd, see Sheppard 
Sheere, Strenght, 244, see 

Shere 

Sheering, Jo., 63 
Sheffield, Thomas, 266 
Sheicrofte (or Shercrofte), 

Wm., 141 

Shellam, Thomas, 374 
Shelley, John, 174, 184, 232 
, Robert, 150 



Shelton, Samuell, 485 
Shenktngh, see Schenckingh 
Shenton, Grace, 422 
, Jane, 422 



, Samuell, 422, 445 
Sheppard, Sheaperd, Shepe- 

heard, Shepheard, Shepherd, 

Sheppeard 

Humfrey, 286 
John, 99, 506 
Justice, 43 
Lieutenant, 184 
Margaret, 99 
Quid, I So, see Ber- 



nardo 



232, 235 



Ralph, 97 
Robert, 175, 

Samuell, 100 
Sara, 97 
Thankes, 97 
Tho., 99 



180, 



Sheppey (or Sheppy), Thomas, 

170, 204 

Sherborn, Henrie, 150 
Sherborne, James, 85 
Shercrofte (or Sheicrofte), 

Wm., 141 
Shere, Stephen, 185, see 

Sheere 

Sheres, Francis, 63 
Sherewood, see Sherwood 
Sherhack, Benedicter, 64 
Sherin, Robert, 280 
Sherland, John, 406 
Sherley (or Shurley), Daniell, 

169, 201 

, Lidin, 213 

, Susan, 213 



Sherly, Tho., 84 

, see Shirley 

Sherlock, Edward, sen., 303 
>Jo., 134. 



Sherlocke, Elizabeth, III 
Sherman, John, 280 
, Tho., 41 



Sheron, George, 485 
Sherrick, Jo., 114 
Sherringham, Phillipp, 119 
Sherwin, John, 410 
Sherwood, Alice, 279 

; , Anna, 278 

(or Sherewood), 

Peaceable, 176, 236 



Peeter, 243, 254 

, Rebecca, 278 

, Rose, 278 

, Samuell, 403 

, Suzan, 85 

, Thomas, 278, 279 

Shettleworth, John, 38 
Shetman, Richard, 440 
Shev/ord (or Shewoud), 

Thomas, 184, 243 
Shilborn, Wm., 118 
Shingle, Richard, 296 
Shinglewood, Robert, 80 
Ship, Edmund, 428 

, Jefferie, 140 

Shipley, Jo., 115 

Shipman, Wm., 82 

Shippin (or Phippin), William, 

334 

Shipton, Wm., 446 
Shirley, William, 430, see 

Sherley, &c. 
Shoare, James, 355 
Shore, Ellin, 118 

-, Mathew, 141 

-, Richard, 485 

Shorey, Anthony, 508 
, William, 508 



Short, Martha, 408 

, Samuell, 86 

, Walter, 406 

Shorte, Joane, 152 
, Owen, 485 



Shorter, Jo., 84 

, Marie, 114 

Shotten (or Shotton), Nicholas, 

181, 230 

Shovell, Elias, 506 
Shrawley, Margrett, 191 
Shreife, Richard, 190 
Shrewsbury, Ann, 431 

(or Shroesbury), 



John, 431, 448 

, William, 431 



Shule, John, 180 
Shurke, George, 178 
Shurland, John, 485 
Shurley, see Sherley 
Sibery, Thomas, 182 
Sibsey, John, 185 
Sicklemore, James, 439 



568 



INDEX. 



Siddy, Henry, 409 
Sides, Thomas, 178, 229 
Sidney, John, 410 
, Wm., 447 
Siggins, Tho., 129 
Silby, Robert, 112, se.- Sylbie 
Silcomb, William, 496 
Silsby, Mathew, 124 
Silvester, Abram, 37 

, Grace, 461 

, Madam, 485 

Simes, Beniamin, 184, 242 
(Sims or Sunes), Henry, 

318*. 319*, 323 

, Sarra, loo 

, see Symes 

Simes [i.e., Simmes], Symon, 

104, see Symes 
Simmes, Symon, 104 

, Wm., 449 
Simmons, Phillip, 458, 459 

, Richard, 343 
Simnell, John, 257 
Simon, Hester Bar, 449, stc 

Symon 
Simons (or Symonds), Richard, 

316*, 318, see Symons 
Simpkins, Nathaniel!, 128, see 

Symkynn 

Simpson, Edward, 133 
, James, 485 

, J"-, 132 

, Thomas, 104, 136, 181 

, Mr., 133 

Sims, see Simes 
Simson, Henry, 491 

, James, 491 

, Mary, 491 

, Thomas, 443 

Sindry, John. 410 
Singer, Tho., 36 
Singleton, Jo., 83 
Singnell, William, 139 
Sinklaire, Allexander, 458 
Sipsey, John, 274 
Sismore, Martha, 172 

, William, 172 

Sister, Gerrart, 297 
Sisters, Elizabeth, 485 
Sizemore, William, 269 
Skahane, Teige, 406 
Skaros, George, 485 
Skarvill, Robert, 38 
Skene, Alexander, 167* 
Skerry, Elizabeth, 291 

, Henry, 291 
Skinner, John, 179, 231 

, Nicholas, 182 

, see Skynner 

bkofield, Richard, 59 



Skooler, Anthony, 74 
Skorie, Jehn, 36 
Skorier, Phillip, 128 
Skose, Richard, 151 
Skott, Elizabeth, 280 

, Thomas, 280 

, set Scott 

Skudder, Jo., 88 
Skyddell, Tho., 142 
Skynggle, Ann, 75 
.Skynner, Richard, 135 

, Sam., 142 

sec Skinner 



Slade, Jphn, 3:6, 318 
Slany, Anthony, 485 
Slate, John, 342 
Slater, Anne, 246 

, Henry, 1 66 

, John, 246 

, Mary, 498 
Slatier, Martin, 239 
Slaughter, John, 498 

, Mary, 498 

, Thomas, 485 

, William, 402 

Slavelie, Richard, 153 

Slawcome, Davey, 145 

Sleight, James, 183, 252 

Sleman, Tho., 154 

She, Jeremie, 1 12 

, Richard, 67 

, see Slye 

Slograve, William, 338 

Sluce, Lawrence, 418 

Slye, John, 471, see Slic 

Smal, Ann, 428 

Smale, Hugo, 194 

Smalepage (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 



Smith, 



John, 440 
Samuell, 447 
Alexander, 40, 304 
Alice, 56, 458 
Ann, 424, 426, 430 
Anne, 290, 421 
Antonio, 141 
Arthur, 186 
Charles, 120 



Smith, Christopher, 253, 429 
, Daiiiell, 38, 41 



, David, 470 

, Dorothy, 68 



, Edward, 117, 179, 2; i, 

403 

, Elisabeth (or Kli/.i- 

beth), 123, 280, 282, 292, 

424, 43', 437, 485, 492 

, Frances, 492 

, P'rancis, 63, 67, 231, 

3'7*, 3 ' 9", 324 

, , Junr., 460 

-, George, 80, 82, 125, 

-, Hanna, 49, 59 

, Henry, 115, 292, 421, 



436 



424, 426, 432 
, Hester, 403 

, Humfrey, 87 

, Isaac, 406 

, James, 74, 141 

, Jane, 429 

, Joan, 71, 223 



, John, 56, 57, 70, 74, 

82, 109, ui, 117, 135, 13.1, 

140, 177, 178, 179, 220, 22 9 , 

231, 258, 292, 334, 337, 409, 
410, 422, 424, 427, 430, 432, 

436, 437, 44, 47', 492 

, Jonas, 83 

, Joseph, 433, 439 

, Judith, 422, 427 

, Katherin, 123 

, Leonard, 67 

, Lewes, 122 

-, Margaret, 118, 405, 



SOS 



-, Margerie, 123 

, Marie, 49, 59 

, Mary, 68, 282, 422, 

427, 429, 432, 433, 489 

, Mrs., 174, 191 

, Mundusia, 424, 437 

, Nathaniel, 447 

., Nicholas, 180, 234 



-, Olliver, 440 

-, Osbome, 183 
, Osmond, 223 
, Osten, 175 
, Peter, IOI 
, Phillip, 282, 402 



, Phihppa, 422, 432, 

43 

, Ralph, 429 

, Richard, 48, III, 134, 

139, 177, 219, 239 

, Robert, 172, 185, 243 

, Roger, 174, 223, 232 



INDEX. 



569 



Smith, Samuell, 280, 282, 305, 

432, 463 

Sithe, 292 

Stephen, 470, 495 

Susanna, 231 

Thomas, 37, 39, 40, 53, 

86 115, 120, 137, 174, 177, 
194, 220, 224,407,421,426, 

437, 439 
Thurlo, 408 

Walter, 126 

Widow, 443 

William, 35, 67, 74, 138, 

184, 189, 190, 243, 246, 263, 

326. 329, 33 2 . 334, 404, 406, 
440, 492 

. . Juni'-r 335, 336 

, see Smyth 

Smitheman, Jo., 51 
Smithick, Henry, 119 
Smithson, Robert, 37 
Smithwicke, Wm., 503 
Smyth, Arthur, 252 
, John, 341 

, Sir Thomas, 156 

, Wm., 341 

Snacknell, Richard, 465 
Snales, Margaret, 123 
Snape, John, 135 
Snapp, Thomas, 188 
Snathe, Richard, 64 
Snellin, Anne, 490 

, John, 490 

, Robert, 490 

Snerling, Robert, 485 
Snipe, Christopher, 489 

, Elizabeth, 489 

, John, 485, 489 

, William, 461 

Snoden, Luke, 114 
Snouks, George, 442 
Snow, Snowe 

George, 316*. 317*, 343 

Henry, no 

Nathaniell, 471 

Rebecca, 175, 225, see 



Gr 



ave, Elnor 



Richard, 141 

Sara, 175, 225, see Grave 

Wm., 59 

see Swnow 
Snowood, John, 246 
Soanes, Mary, 126 
[Somerhaies?], Anne, 470 

, John, 470 

Somers, Cornwall, 164 

, Sir George, 155 

, James, 95 

, see Summers 
Sotoersall, John, Senr., 303 



Somersall, Thomas, 191 
Somerton, John, 103 
Sommer, Elisa, 91 
, Henry, 91 



Sone, George, 408 
Sothey (or Soothey), Ann, 176, 
226 

- ( ), Elizabeth, 



191, 226 

, Henry, 191 

, Mary, 191 

, Mr., 191 

, Mrs. 176 

, Thomas, 191 
Sotterfoyth, Jo., 36 
Sourton, Samuell, 443 
Sousa, Abraham, 449 
Southampton, Earl of 313* 
, Henry, Earl of, 

156 
Southern, John, 175, 225, 273, 

see Sowthem 
Southernes, Mr., 308 
Southward, Henry, 143 
Southwood, Marie, no 
Southworth, Francis, 405, 418 
Sowth, Francis, 38 
, Martin, 128 



Sowthern, Jane, Ml, see Sou- 
thern 

Spalden, Edmond, 187 
Spalding, Edward, 176 
Spar, Georg, 433 
Sparke, Sparkes, Sparks 

, Edward, 58 

, George, 1 80 

, James, 1 12 

, John, 195, 234, 498 



, Joye, 505 

, Madam, 472 

, Samuell, 407 

, Thomas, 265, 307 



S. Parplin [?St. Parlin], Tho- 
mas, 141 

Sparowhawk, James, 485 

Sparrow, Judith, \/\<\ 

Sparshott, Edward, 173, 208 

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 



Spence, William, 178, 

271, 499 

Spenceley, John, 141 
Spencer, Allice, 228 

, Sir Edward, 106 

, Francis, 35 

, James, 142 



19', 



, John, 142, 448, 485 

, Kathren, 173 

, Margaret, 506 

, Nicholas, 163, 163* 

, Peter, 141 

, Robert, 84, 163 

, Thomas, 182 

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, Haima, 252 

(or Spillman), Thomas, 



175, 186, 188, 226, 252, 273 
Spillmans, Captain, 269 
Spittle, Robert, 409 
Sprad, Elinor, 179 
Spraging, Radulph, 95 
Spratt, Mary, 108 

, Tho., 112 

Sprawe, Oliff, 102 
Sprawson, William, 114 
Spreate, Jo., 101 
Spring, Elinor, 280 
, Henry, 281 



, John, 280, 281 

, Mary, 281 



, William, 281 

Springall, Jo., 36 
Springham, Hannah, 422 

John, 338, 422, 



458 



-, Sarah, 422 



Sprite, Robert, 74 
Spurting, Richard, 172 
Spurr, Robert, 51 
Spurway (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 

Stabcr, Peter, 178 

Stacie, Elizabeth, 105 

Stacy, W., 403 

Stafferton, Mr., 176 

Stafford, Jane, ^\ 

, Mr., 309 

, William, 249, 2$I 

Stagg, Wm., 48, 53, 56, 57, 
60, 61, 68 

Stalvers, Henry, 306 

, Mrs., 305 

Stamford, John, 257 

Stamp (or Stump), Tho. , 79 

Stanbridg, Nathanel, 194 

Stanbridge, William, 95 

Standerick (Standericke, Stan- 
derwicke, Sanderick, or San- 
derwike), Nathaniel!, 319, 

32*, 323 

Stand ich, 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 
Stanson, John, 191 
Stantley, Jo., 98 
Stanton, Daniell, 367 

, Pearce, 406 

, Tho., 36 

Staple, see Staples 

Sta] ilehill, Allexander, 1.51 

Staples (or Staple), Leonard, 

73. 3i6, 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 
Standing, ice Staveling 
Staughton, Edward, 87 
Staunton, Jo., 126 
Staveling, Mathew, 193 
Staysmore, Francis, 505 
Stebing, Eli/., 278 

, John, 278 

, Rowland, 278, 279 

, Sarah, 278, 279 

, Thomas, 278 



StaMall, William, 79 
Stede (Steed, or Steede), 
Edwyn, 162, 321, 325, 331, 

335- 339. 344, 424, 447. 45 
, John, 166 

, see Steed 



Stedham, John, 449 
Stedman, Elizabeth, 68 

, Isack, 68 

, Nathaniel!, 68 



, Susanna, 426 

Steed, Calia, 424 

, see Stede 

Steel, Mary, 403, 404 
Steele, Barbary, 466, 468 

, George, 468 

~, Thomas, 466 
Steephens, see Stephens 
Steere, Richard, 136 

, Robert, ill 

Steerer, Eliz., 107 
Steerman, Anthony, 499 
Steevens, Alice, 98 

, Edward, 139 



, Henry, 99 

, John, 40, 129, 506 

, Mathew, 86 

, Tho., 73, 101 



, Wm., 83, 126, 128 
, se<- Stevens, Ste- 
phens 

Steevenson, Christopher, 127 
, Richard, 120 



Stepbing, Henry, 447 

Stephen, , 192 

Stephens, Steephens, &c. 

or Stevens), Elias, 



326, 329 

, John, 239, 485 

, Nathaniell, 405 

, Philipp (PPhilippa), 

IS' 

(or Stevens), Richard, 

175, 193, 226, 333, 336, 339 

, Sylvester, 406 

, see Steevens, Ste- 
vens 



Stepney, Thomas, 256 

Sterry, Geo., 140 

Steven, 196 

Stevens (or Stephens), Elias, 

326, 329 

- , Hector, 426 

(or Stevans), John, 181, 



296 
, Judeth, 151 

(or Stephens), Richard, 



333. 336, 339 
. Robert, 43 

, Thomas, 426 

, see Steevens, Stephens 



Steward, Amey, 505 

- , John, 424 

- , Margaret, 424 
-- , William, 139 

-, see Sheard 



Stewart, John, 329 
Stibbs, Jo., 120 
Stickland, Margaret, 422 

William, 379,422,439 



Stiffchynn, Wm., 128 
Stile>, Francis, 42 

, Henry, 43 

, Joan, 43 

. Jo-. 43 

, Rachel, 43 

, Tho., 42 

Stilgo, Ant"., II I 
Stint, Henry, 140 
..Stirrup, James, 306 
Stith, Martin, 436 
Stoat's, Stoakes, s,v Stokes 
Stocbridge, Ann, 94, see Stock 

bridge, Stuckbridge 
Stock, Robert, 85 
Stockbri'lge, Jo., 93, see Slor 

bridge, Stuckbridge 
Stockdell, Edward, 1 86 
Stocker, William, 177, 237 
1 Stockley, John, 403 
, Mary, 403 



Stockton, Jonas, 187, 256 

, Timothy, 187, 25(1 

, Tho., 132 



Stockwell, Gabriel), 85 
Stoe, Win., 80, stv Stow 
Stoiks, Goodman, 178 
Stoker, Samuel!, 444 

, Wm., 132 
Stokes, Stoak's, Stoakes 
, Ann, 227 



, David, 304 

, George, 39 



-, Grace, 130 

-, John, 227 

-, Jonathan, 305, 306 

-, Luke, 52 






INDEX. 



57i 



Stokes, Michaell, 403 

. Tho., 132 

, Wm., 335, 336, 338, 

339 

Stollard, James, 470 
Ston, Henry, 119 

. J-. 54 

, Moves, 175) see -Stones 

, Richard, 193 

(Stor, or Stow), Samuel, 

63 
Stone, Ann, 66 

, Elizabeth, 238 

, Francis [i.e., Frances], 

494 


, , DC 

, Hugh, 430 

, Joan, 66 

, John, 66, 180, 181, 234, 

237, 408, 485, 494 

, Marie, 66 

, Maximillian, 238 

, Richard, 75 

, Robert, 444 

, Sisly, 237 

, Symon, 66 

Stones, Moyses, 244, see Ston 
Stonhouse, Win., 84 
Stonword, Hen., 86 
Stoodly (or Stoodley), John, 

333, 336, 34 
Slope, Chri., 122 
Stor, Samuel, 63 

, see Ston, &c. 

Storey, William, 290 

Stott, Fra., 51 

Stotter, Jo., 143 

Stout, John, 505 

Stow (or Slowe), John, 303, 

39 

, Mary, 308, sec Mountain 

(Ston or Stor), Samuel, 63 

, Thomas, 303, 309 

, see Stoe 

Stowes, Mr., 312, 313 

Strachey, William, 171, 238 

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 

Straughan, Wm., 83, see 
Strawne 

Straunge (or Stramige ?) Wil- 
liam, 172 



Strause, Elias, 407 

Strawne, Henry, 485, see 

Straughan 

Streaton, Elizabeth, 66 
Street, Alice, 59 
Stremc, 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 

, Henry, 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, 

485 

Stuard, John, 441, see Steward 
Slubber, Jo., 113 
Stucbridge, Charles, 93, see 

Slocbridge, Slockbridge 
Sluddy, Thomas, 485 
Sludman, hack, 53 
Slump (or Slamp), Tho., 79 
Slurdevanl, Roger, 37 
Sturdivantt, Edward, 443 
Sturdy, Jo., 80 
Sturgis, Wm., 64 
Slurman, Mary, 505 
Sturlon, 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 

, Dearman, 430 
, Elisabeth, 424, 434 
, John, 424, 434 
, Margaret, 428, 429 



Sulley, Thomas, 178 
Sully, Maudlyn, 247 

, Thomas, 247 

Suiiierfild (SummeifiM), Nicho- 
las, 262 

Sumes (Summes), John, 140 
Sumfill (Summfilll, John, 188 
Summers, Ann, 507 
(or Sumers), 7^>hn, 

338- 343, 507 

, Thomas, 505 

-, see Somers 



Sunes, see Simes, Henry 



Surgisson, Wm., 36 

Susan, , 245 

Susanna (negress), 489 

Sussames, Alexander, 194 

Sutton Dorothy, 437 
Ellin, u 6 
George, 38 
Henry, 377, 486 
John, 84, 323, 343, 



Swain, 



407, 423, 433, 458" 
Katharin, 423 
Mary, 423 
Nicholas, 173, 215 
Richard, 163, 461 
Robert, 121 
William, 179 
Martin, 437 
Peter, 376, 415, 448 
see Swayne 
Swales, Geo., 81 
Swan (or Swann), John, 120, 

425, 469, 470 
Swanley, Jn., 112 

-, Robert, 410 



Swarbeck, John, 220 
Swarris, David, 450 
Swayne, Ann, 117 

Elizabeth, 49, 59 

Francis, 54 

Tho., 116 

Wm., 54, 69 

see Swaine 



Sweet (or Sweete), Robert, 

185, 249 
Sweeting, Jo., 51 

, Richard, 409, 458 



, Samuell, 316* 

Sweetland, James, 386 

William, 349, 373, 



402, 403 
Swift, Mr., 180 
Swifte, Abram, 114 

, Janej 126 

, Jo., 114 

, Thomas, 234 

, Wm., 115 

Swinhow, Thomas, 220, 268 
Swinny, Thomas, 409 
Swnow, Thomas, 177, fee 

Snow 

Swynden, Wm., 76 
Syanl, Jo., 103 
Sydlie, Tho., 59 
Syer, Tho., 113 
Sylbie, Tobie, 138, see Silby 
Symes, Alexander, 138 

, Margrett, 243 
ijyfnes (Symmes), Beniamin, 

126 
( ), John, 38 

72 2 



572 



INDEX. 



Symes, see Simes, &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 

, Samuel), 104 

, Wm., 122 

, set Simons 
Symons, John, 194 

(or Simons), Richard, 
269, 316*, 318 

, Samuell, 403 

, st'e Simons 

Symper, Robert, 142 
Sympkynn, Ralph, 122, Sit 

Simpkins 
Sympson, Daniel], IOI 

, Geo., 83 

, John, 52 

, u'C Simpson 

TABOR, Anne, 283 

, Jane, 283 

, Sarah, 283 

, Timothy, 283 

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 

, set Tayte 

Tathill, William, 173 
Tatnum, Henry, 40 



Tail's, Robert, 442 
Taverner, Henry, 126 
Tawyer, Hugh, 71 
Tayler, Dyonis, 59 

, George, 124, 131, 141 

, James, 85 



, Jasper, 194 

, John, 40, 112, Il8 

, Nicholas, 119 
-, Richard, 86, 136 



, Sleeven, 138 

, Thomas, 75 
, Wm., 86, 140 



Taylor, Ann, 87 
, Anio., 7 { 
, Chri., 79 
, Dorolhy, 203 
, Elizabeth, 77 
Fortune, 174 



, John, 94, 122, 

428, 486 

, Jonathan, 449 

, Kat., 58 

, Mary, 203 

, Mrs., 181 

, Rebecca, 253 

Richard, 170, 



253, 



203, 



267, 268 

, Robert, 103, 193 

, Thomas, 36, 273 

, Walter, 506 

-, William, 71, 94, 396 



, Zachary, 84 

, see Tailor 

Tayte, John, 470, sue Tate 

Teage, John, 412 

Teagua (boy), 471 

Teape (or Teap), Robert, 332, 

338, 341 

, Waller, 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, Anio., 84 

Bassell, 63 

Christopher, 411, 458 

Giles, 85 

Jo., 98 

Richard, 107 

Robert, 107 



Terry, Thomas, 84, 107 
Terwighl, Geo., 330 
Tester, Elisabeth, 432 
Tetloe, Nic"., 82 
Thatcher, Francis, 423 
, Jo., 120 
, Mary, 413 
, Samuel, 423 
, Sylvester, 104 



Thayer, Nathaniel, 412 
Theody, Mark, 38 
Thimbleby, Nicholas, 192 
Thistlethwaite, Peler, 486 
Thomas, 182, 188, 194, 195, 
243, 248, 427 

, Abraham,3i7*,32O,324 

, Chads, 321, 322, 325, 



342. 344 

, Christopher, 79, 124 

, David, 133, 458 

-, Davie, 80, 141 



, Elizal>eth, 497 
-, Gabriel], 138 



, George, 41 1 

, Henry, 153 

, John, 51, 80, Il6, 



130, 152, 179, 233, 470, 
498, 506 

-, Nathaniel], 172, 217, 



436 



-, Richard, 80, 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, see 

Tomlinson 
Thompson, Ann, 222 

, Christopher, 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, 84, 

'34, 135 

, Morris, 273 

, Paule, 185 



INDEX. 



573 



Thomson, Robert, 128 

, Tho., 86, 98, 128 

William, 124, 142, 



185, 244 



, see Tomson 



Thornbrugh, Widow, 441 
Thornburgh, George, 436, 486 
Thorncome, Wm., 114 
Thorne, Arthur, 133 

, Henry, 173, 213 

, Peter, 56 

, Thomas, 122 

Thomebury, Thomas, 253 
Thornegood (or Thorngood), 

Thomas, 176, 182 
Thornehill (or Thornhill), 

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., 286 
, see Thurrow- 

good, &c. 

Thorowden, Allice, 218 
Thorowgood, Edward, 159 

, Thomas, 226, 486 

, see Thurrowgood, 

&c. 
Thorp, Elizabeth, 67 

, John, 47 

, William, 67 

Thorpe, James, 329, 506 

, John, 412 

Thrasher, Robert, 261 
Thredder, Niccolas, 249 
Threlcatt, Anto., 74 
Threnorden, Edward, 216 

, Elizabeth, 216 

Thresher, Robert, 183 
Throgmorton, John, 189, 208 
Througood, see Thorogood 
Thurrogood, Jo., 142 

, Mary, 96 

Thurrowgoqd, Wm., 118 
, see Thorowgood, 

&c. 

Thursby, James, 192 
Thurston, John, 293 

. , Margrett, 293 

, Thomas, 293 

Thwait's, Alexander, 49 
Thwing, Ben., 62 

, John, 357 

Tibbalds, Tho., 131 
Tibott, see Tybbott 



Tichbourn, Winnefred, 486 
Tickin (or Tinkin), Peter, 318* 
Ticknall, Henrie, 130 
1'ickner, 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 
Tindall, Richard, 506 

, Thomas, 191, 267 

, Widow, 176 



Tine, Elisabeth, 424 

, John, 424 

, Margaret, 424 
Tingley, Palmer, 53 
Tinico, Jacob, 41 1 
Tinkin, see Tickin 
Tippin, John, 411 
Tippsley, Francis, 138 
Tissall, Robert, 143 
Titcomb, Samuell, 329 
Titloe, Josua, 1 1 1 
[Titus], Edmond, 46 
, Jo., 46 
, Hanna, 46 
, Robert, 46 



[340 

Tiverton, William, 333, 336, 
Todd, Robert, 259 
Toleman (or Doleman), Su- 
sannah, 320" 
Toller, Marie, 66 
Tollie, Tho., 84 
Tollo, Demeuerez Lewis, 412 
Tomkins, Elizabeth, 131 

, Kat., 131 

, Marie, 131 

, Ralph, 131 

, Samuel, 131 



Tomlinson, Mathew, So, jv 

Thomlinson 
Tompson, Ann, 172 

, Nicholas, 180, 234 

, Roger, 172 

, see Thompson, &ci 



Tomson, George, 244 

Mather, 256 

Mr., 257 

Paule, 244 

William, 255 

see Thomson 



Tooke, James, 1 78,220,^1- Tuke 
Tooles, Morgan, 411 
Toolie, Tho., 85 
Tooly, Nathan, 127 



Toothaker, Margaret. 130 
, Roger, 130 



Topleife, Wm., 140 

Topliss, Wm., 79 

Toppan, Abraham, 293 
, Elizabeth, 293 
, Petter, 293 
, Susanna, 293 



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 

Tounsend, see Townesend, &c. 

Tovey, Richard, 506 

Towers, Edward, n6 

Towne, Edmund, 291 
, Edward, 446 
, John, 39 

Townesend (or Townsend), 
Thomas, 327, 329 

Townsend, Alice, 428 

, Francis, 121 

, John, 448 

(or Townshend), 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 
Trance, Nic., 43, 45, 47, 55 
Trash (or Trask), Suzan, 95 
Tratt, Robert, 70 
Travel, Samuel, 164 
Travers, Phillip, w\ 
Travis, Richard, 410 
Tredwell, Mary, no 

, Thomas, no 



Tree, John, 227 

, Richard, 227, 272 
Tregagell, Richard, 132 
Trehearne, John, 214 
Tremills, Wm.; 412 
Tremineere, Edward, 153 
Trendall, Richard, 67 
Treneighan, Robert, 155 
Trent, Jo., 79 
Trentum, Tho., 108 



574 



INDEX. 



Trese, Samuel, 84 

Trethewy (or Trethewey), John, 

161, 162 

Trevas, Geo., 118 
Trewin, Jane, 153 
Trigg, Thomas, 41 
Triggs, Thomas, 192 
Trim, Trim, [i.e., Trimmer], 

Valentine, 370, 373, 414 
Tiippatt, Jo., 86 
Trodd, Richard, 296 
Troope, Samuel, 129 
Trott, Pcrient, 307, 309 
Trou, Jan de, 199 
Trowell, Phillipp, 458, 486 
Trowsdale, Ann, 433 
Trubbs, George, 316, 317* 
True, Ant"., 82 
, John, 103 
Trueman, Richard, 42 
Trumball, Thomas, 94 
Trump (or Tmmpe), Hum- 

phery, 334, 337, 340 
Truren, John, 327 
Trusdal, William, 425 
Trusedell, Phines, 142 
Trussell, 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 
'-. 35. 327, 33 



John, 163*, 164* 
Margaret, 98 
Mary, 185, 244 
St. George, 303 
Thomas, 119 
William, 184, 244, 273, 



274, 327, 330 
Tudar, Richard, 445, 458 
Tudor, Mary, 430 

, Richard, 430 
Tuke, Chri., 85, see Tooke 
Tull, John, 461 
Tullie, Jo., 126 
Tulls, John, 466 
- , Richard, 466 
Tuppin, see Tappin 
Turdall, John, 412 
Turgis, Symon, 170, 208 
Turk, Geo., 133 
Turner, Elizabeth, 46, 123 



Turner, Joan, 123 
, John, 83, 411 

, Jonathan, 303 

, Joseph, 193 

, Marmaduke, 63 



, Martha, 424 
, Martin, 1 80, 234 
, Mary, 424 

, Mathew, 51 

, Robert, 85, 93, 170, 



-, Sara, 37 

-, Symon, 170 

-, Thomas, 79, So, 112, 



Tyse, Win., 137 
Tysoe, Wm., 486 
Tyzacke, John, 166* 

UBANK, William, 135 

Ufibrd, John, 486 

Underwood Andrew, ill 
John, 35, 96 
Marable, 291 
Martha, 281 
Martin, 281 
Mary, 433 



144, 205, 297 
Tumor, George, 255 

, Roger, 192 
Turpin, Henry, Junr., 458 

, , Senr., 458 

, , 437 

, John, 70 

, Widow, 442 



Turton, Francis, 458 
Tustin, Jo., 133 
Tuthill, George, 439 
Tuttell, Abigail, 45 

, Ann, 48, 49 

, Anna, 48 



, Elizabeth, 49, 83 

, Isbell, 48 
, Joan, 45 

. J-. 45. 48, 49 

, Rebecca, 48 

, Richard, 48 



, Sara, 45 

, Symon, 45 

, Tho., 49 

-, William, 49 



Twine, Wido\y, 458 
Tyack, William, 164* 
Tybbott, Tybbot, Tihott 

, Elizabeth, 108 

, Henry, 108 

, Jeremy, 108 
, Remembrance, 108 

, Samuell, 108 



Tyers, John, 188 
Tyler, Elizabeth, 181 

Jo., 121 

Robert, 486 

Thomas, 70 

William, 181 

i see Tiler 

1 Tylly, Nathaniel!, 73, see Tilly 
Tynkler, Sara, 94 
Tynman, Robert, 102 
Tyos, John, 235 
Tyres, Samuell, 83 
Tyrwhitt, George, 458 
Tyrwill, Herculous, 458 



Peter, 50 
Robert, 104 
Union (Vnion or Vinon), 

George, 181 

Uniton (orVinton),Thomas,486 
Unyon, Tho., 143 
Upgate, Richard, 121 
I Upham, Elizabeth, 286 
-, John, 286 

, , Junr., 286 

, Nathaniel!, 286 
, Sarah, 286 



Uppcott, Richard, 94 

Upson, Steeven, 66 

Upton, John, 172, 217 

Uree, John, 369 

Urquhart, Allexander, 413 

Usfitt, Thomas, 150 

Usher, Ann, 206 

, Beniamine (or Beny), 

192, '93 

, John, 38 

William, 39 



Usherwood, Thomas, 142 

Ushur, James, 267 

Utie (or Uty), Ann, (181), 237 

( ), >8i, 237, 270 

Vaghan, see Vaughan 
Vale, Jacob Fonceco, 450 
Vallin's, Joan, 113 
Valuerde, Abr., 449 
Vanderspike, John, 407 
Van Heck, Katherin, 101 

, Olliver, 101 

, Peter, 101 

Vanlang, Richard, 436 
Van Luccom, Henry, 143 
Vardell, Robert, 132 
Varier, William, 342 
Varloe, Phillip, 364, 376 
Varlow, Capt., 434 
Vamam, Francis, 425 
Vass, Ezekiah, 396 

, Robert, 121 

Vassall, Ann, 93, 94 

, Fra., 94 

, Judith, 94 

, Margaret, 93 



INDEX. 



575 



Vassal!, Mary 93 

, Wm., 93 

Vater, see Vawter 
Vaughan, Davie, 1 19 
(or Vaghan), John, 

118", 135, 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 
Veiyard, William, 316 
Venn, Edward, 3l8*,3l9*, 320* 

, Tho., 8 1 

Vennable, Ralph, 86 
Vennell, John, 296 
Venner, Thomas, 3 1 9, 3 9*. 3^* 
Ventimer, Geo., 73 
Verdin, Richard, 125 
Vereing, Alice, 56 

, Joshua, 506 

Vergo, Daniell, 173 

, John, 179 

Verin, John, 234 

, Nathaniel!, 413 

Vernie, John, 176 
Vernnillie, John, 166* 
Vernon, James, 165* 

, Peter, 413 

Verryard, William, 318 
Verulam, Francis, Lord, 157 
Vicars, John, 193 

, Severn, 304 

Viccars, Jo., 109 

, Zeverin, 85 

Vickars, James, 442 
Victor, Michel!, 119 
Viero, Daniell, 209 
Vildy, Edward, 332, 336, 341 
Villerrnarsk, Dr. De, 431 
Vincencio, Mr., 1 80, 235 
Vincene, Joane, 202 

, William, 202 

Vincent, John, 318*, 319*, 

324, 436 

-, Mrs., if 



-, William, 169, 267 
-, see Vyncent 



Virgo, John, 240 

, Susan, 240 

Visher, Ann, 116 
Vizard, Joan, 126 
Voh, Phillip le, 427 
Voss, John, 102 

, Morris Furse, alias, 340, 

set Fuss, &c. 
Vynall, Jo., 117 
Vyncent, Edward, 86 
, Ezia, 133 



, Marthew, 133 

, see Vincent 



Vynn, Jo., 52 
Vyons, Francis, 122 

WACKEFEILD, Anne, 300 
, William, 300 



Wadd, Anne, 291 
Waddine, Thomas, 487 
Waddington, Hanna, 123 
Wade, Dinah, 286 

Edward, 103 

Elizabeth, 286 

Geo., 82, 115 

Hannah, 426 

John, 136, 426 

Jonathan, 150 

. Nic., 63 

Richard, 286 

Robert, 50 

Wm., 153 

Wadford (or Madford), Wm., 

326 
Wadham, Richard, 334, 338, 340 

, Roger, 328, 331 

, Tho., 370 



Walker, Joseph, 70 
Margaret, 129 

Mathew, 8t 

Richard, 60, 191 

Roger, 184, 243 

Sarra, 6 1 

Susan, 434 

Thomas, 134, 426 

Walter, 124 

WiIliam,4O,6o,i69,294 

Walkin, Robert, 190 

Wall, Joan, 92 
, John, 332, 336, see Wale 

, Samuel, 417 

, Thaobald, 128 

, Walter, 128 

Waller, Andrew, 298 

, Charles, 174, 22J 

, Edmond, 162 

, Jo., 103, 140 

, Peter, IO2 



Viner, Anthony, 412 

Vinicott (or Vincott), Joseph, 

333. 338, 34 

Vinon (or Union), George, 181 
Vinsou, Tho., 115 
Vinter, Richard, 324 [486 

Vinton (or Uniton), Thomas, 
Viper, Tho., 80 
Virbritt, 261 



Wadsworth, William, 150, 243, 

254 
Waggitt, Edward, 109 

' , Tho., 8 S 

Waine, Amyte, 250 

, Ann, 187 

, John, 187, 250 

Wainwright, James, 418 

, John, Semv, 303 

, see Wnynewrite 

Wakefield, Thomas, 95 
Waker, Sarah, 438 
Wakers, Jo., 118 
Walden, Humphrey, 181, 239 

' , Samuel!, 84 



-, Thomas, 446 



I Wale, John, 340, 506, see Wall 
I Walford, Elisabeth, 432 

j , Muse, 343, 432, 440 

, Walker, Edward, 101, 434, 435 

j , Grace, 75 

I , James, 61, 8 1 

, John, 192, 193, 196, 431 



Walley, Henry, 507, set 

Whaley 

Wallinger, Charles, 96 
Wallington, Joseph, 70 

, William, IOI 



Wallis, George, 92 

! , Ralph, 92 

, Tho., 64, 120 

Walrond, Thomas, 487 
Walston, Jane, 132 
Walter, Alice, 499 

, Ellinor, 448 

, Richard, 487 

, Robert, 162* 

, Thomas, 499 

-, William, 39 



Walters, Ann, 343 

, Christopher, 486 

, John, 332, 337, 340 

, Richard, 322 

, William, 40, 41, 140, 



233. 334, 338, 34i 
Waltho, Francis, 496 



-, Mary, 496 



Walton, George, 459 

, John, 186, 257 

, Margaret, 488 

, Mary, 488 

, Richard, 41, 487 

, William, 39, 488 



Walters, Richard, 506 
Wai turn, Robert, 121 
Walwyn, Anne, 496 

(or Walwyne), James, 



496, 506, 507 
Wamsley, John, 193 
Wandall, Ann, 102 
j Wanerton [Wannerton], Wil 
liam, 229 



S76 



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 

Warr, William, 140 
Warren, Anne, 431 

, Edward, 8 1 

, Elizabeth, 75 

, George, 333. 336, 340 

, Henry, 84 

(or Warrin), John, 79> 

85. "2- "35. 333, 337, 34 
-, Joseph, 431, 459 



-, Nicholas, 326 
-, Richard, 297 
Thomas, 351, 



363, 



375- 384, 395 

Warrington, 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., 101 

, Margarctt, 253 

, Mary, 459 

William, 187, 253 



Wathin, Tho., 137 
Walkines, Watkins, Watkyns, 
Wattkines, Wattkins 
Arthur, 52 
Daniell, 189, 231 
David, 354, 486 
Eliz., 489 
Henry, 189 
Peregree (or Pere- 



grin, &c.), 189, 265 
Phillip, 416 
Rice, 181, 232 
Richard, 138 
Robert, 486 
Thomas, 487 



Watkinson, John, 39 
Waller, Robert 127 
Watlington, Francis, 351, 354, 
368, 375, 388, 408 
-, Marj', 4" 7 



Watson, Wattsun 

, Abram, 50, 121 
, Alice, 124 
, Christopher, So 



-- , Francis, 87 
-- , James, 172, 207 
, John, 36, 82, 1,50, 169, 

201, 256 
-- , Margaret, 102 

- , Nic ., 74, 122 
-- , Thomas, 50, 172, 439 

, William, 103, 434 

- , see Whntsoii 
Watt, David, 487 
Walters, see Waters 



Wattlin, Richard, 279 
Walton, John, 119, 128, 191 
Walls, Wall's 

James, 74 

- Jeremy, 104 

Jo., 5', 73- '41 
-- Josias, 116 
-- Medusala, 41 
-- Nic., 81 

- Richard, 115 

- Thomas, 171, 238 

- Wm., 139 
Watlson, see Watson 
Watly, Henry, 497 

- , Pierce, 497 



Waulre, George, 198 
Waycome, William, 190 
Waymolh, James, 134 
Waynewrite, Richard, 83, see 

Wainwright 
Wayte, John, 471 
Wazell, Thomas, 71 
Wazen, Jo., 12 1 
Weare, John, 296 
Weasell (or Wcsell), Niccolas, 

182, 26: 
Weaver, Edmond, 46 

, James, 46 

, John, 467 

, Margrett, 46 

, .Samuel], 181. 238, 319, 

320", 322 

, Sarah, 467 

(or Weaver), Thomas, 



167*. 417 

, William, 329, 461 

-, see Wever 



Webb, Anthony, 153 

- Edward, 136, 499 

- Goodman, 176 

- James, 316, 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 
Elisabelh, 429, 430 



--- Francis, 103 
- 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 
\Vclch, David, 459 

, Edmond, 416 

, John, 303, 362, 471 



INDEX. 



577 



Welch, see Welsh 
Welshman, }ohn, 183 

, Lewis, 183 

Welder, William, 169 
Welding, William, 447, 459 
Wcldon, William, 201 
Wellyn, RicharJ, 45 
Wellmnn, Christian, 133 

, Tlio., 40 

Wells, Ann, 49, 59 

Henrie, 38 

John, 487 

Mathew, 129 

RicharJ, 113, 120 

Robert, 127 

Tho., 59 

William, 86 

Welsh, Jacob, 54 

> John, 143, 304 

, ta Welch 

Weltden, Anthony, 413 
Wendever, Robert, So 
Wentworth, Hugh, 87 
Wesell, see Weasell 
West, Anthony, 176, 235 
-, Francis, 157, 158, 172, 

257, 268 

, [Frances], 179 

, , Mrs., 257 

, Henry, 194 

, Jane, 424 

, John, 82, 92, 178, 179, 

227, 424 

, Nathaniel!, 133, 190, 257 

, Richard, 115 

, Thomas, 87,178, 229, 424 

, Twiford, 130 

West Garrett, Richard, 135 
Westbury, Thomas, 417 
Westerlink, Martin, 138 
Westgarth, Jo.,, 51 
Westlake, Philip, 120 
Westlie, Wra., 117 
Weston, Edmond, 76 

, Francis, 266 

, Hugh, 116 

36 

74, 125, 143 
140 
Sicillia, 116 

, Thomas, 209 

, Willi.im,37,si,i73,2o8 
Westwood, Westwoode 

, Bridgett, 279 

, Mathew, 52 

, William, 277, 279 

Wethered, John, 298 
Wetherell, Sackford, 258 
Wetherfield, Leonard, 36 
Wethersby, Wethersbie 



-, nugn, i 
-, Jespur, ; 
-, Jo., 51, 
-, Josi.is, I 



Wethersby, , 257 

, Bartholmew, 185, 



251 



-, Dorythie, 251 



Wethersly, Albiano, 185 

Wcver, Richard, 103, see Wea- 
ver 

Weyer, Archibald, 40 

Weyly, Michael!, 460 

Whaley, Roger, 164*, see Wai- 
ley 

Whaplett, Tho., 120 

Whai-ton, Phillipp. 85 

Whauon, Richard, 506, set 
Watson 

Wheat, Josua, 57 

Wheatlie, Richard, 102 
, Wm., 85 

Wheatly, Christopher, 84 

Wheeler, Sir Charles, 161* 

, Charles, 162 

, Edward, 79 

, Henry, 183, 259 

, John, in, 416, 463 

(or Webber), Nathaniel, 



326 



-, Richard, 127 
-, Win., 132, 415 



Wheler, Christopher, 417 
Whetenhall, Charles, 303 
Whetston, Christian, 67 

(Whetstone or Whctt- 



ston), John, 116, 149, 321, 
322. 325, 331, 335, 339, 344. 
439 

Whetty, Matthew, 498 

Whicker (or Whitker), Benja- 
min, 318*, 320, 324 

, John, 318, 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. '5. 33 
(Witte, or Wittes), 

John, 326, 327, 331 

, I sack, 136 

, Jacob, 136 

, Jeremy, 233 

, Katharine, 87 

, Mark, 104 



White, Martha, 90 

Mary, 90, 428, 465 

Michel!, 38 

Milicent, 487 

Nath., 459 

Patient, 136 

Patrick, 487 

Richard, 7 /, 422 

Thomas, 126, 422, 465 

William, 38, 65, 84, 

102, 103, 115, 257 
see Wite 



Whitefoot, Amos, 414 
Whitehead, Joseph, 418 

, Tho., 487 
Whitehedd, John, 40 
Whiteing, Kathrine, 448 

, Thomas, 446 

, Wm., 416 

see Whiting 



Whiteliff, George, 414 
Whiteman, Robert, 88 
Whitfeild, Mathew, 415 

, Roger, 355, 382 

(or Whitfild), Gil- 



bertt, 184, 243 
Whitfield, John, 1 19 
Whitehand, George, 238 
Whithedd, James, 116 
, John, 71 

, Nico., 141 

Tho., 128 



Whithorn, Gabriel, 320* 
Whithorse, Lawrence, 
Whitimor, Sir William, 

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 Whilmor), 



Sir 



George, 47, 100 

, Robert. 175, 233 

, see Whitimor, Whit- 



timor 
Whitney, Ellin, 58 

73 



573 



INDEX. 



Whitney. 



Whitt, E 
' l er 



Jo., 5 8 
Jonathan, 58 
Nathamell, 58 
Richard, 58 
Samuel, 308 
Tho., 58 

Imond, 180 



me, I So 
Robert, 194 

, William, 173 

Whittaker, Geo., 112 
Whittakers, Elizabeth, 183 

, Isacke, 182 

, Mary, 182 

Whittee, Mary, 414 
Whiueic-cld, Whittredd 

, Elizabeth, 56 

, Tho., 56 

Win., 56 



Wild, see Wylde 

Wile, see Wild 

\Yiley, lone, 426, see Wylie 

WilkeiiMm, s<'t' Wilkinson 

Wilkines, Briggett, 265 

, John, 264, 265 
Wilkins, Goodwife, 189 

, Hiimfrey, III 

, John, 189, 415, 461 

, set Wilkyns 

Wilkinson, Daniell, 414 

, Kdward, 70 

, Hen., 72 

, Jane, 84 

J-> 3 6 > 84, 122 

, Mathew, 140 

, Parnel, 310 

Tho., ill 



Whittington, Stephen, 152 
Whittimor, Elizabeth, 46 

, Lawrence, 46 

, see Whitimor, Whit- 
more 
Whitton, Awdry, 76 

, Jeremy, 78 

, Thomas, 78 

, see Witton 

Whitreed, see Whiteredd 
Whitwham, Jo., 119 
Whurter, Vyncent, 1 16 
Whytemark see Whitmarck 
Wickham, Benj'., 415 

, Eliz-., 417 

, Joseph, 332, 335, 341 

, Tho., 417 

Wicks, Jo., 115 

, Matthew, 308 
Wiett, \Vm., 154, see Wyatt 
Wifle, Richard, 257 
W'gg, John, 37 
Wigge, Edward, 241 
Wiggm (or Wiggins), Tho., 

114, 125 

Wiggmoie, Elias, 125 
Wilbraham, Tho., 461 
Wilby, George, 59 
Wilcockes, Mihell, 246 
Wilcocks, John, 188 

, Maudlin, 1 88 

, Micheall, 1 88 

, Nic., 81 

, set Willcockes 

Wilcockson, Margaret, 45 

, Wm., 45 

, stf Willcockson 
Wild, Alice, 56 

, Jo., 56 

(or Wile), Robert, 104 

(or Wilde), William,56,4i8 



Wilks, John, 40 
, Nathaniel!, 414 

Wilkyns, Roger, 127, j<v Wil- 
kins 

Willard, Jo., 127 

Willcockes, 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 

(Negroes), 172, 244,489 

Williames, Alles, 292 
, Ann, 98 

, Ar.ne, 290 

-, Elizabeth, 292 

, Roland, 261 

, William, 292 

Williams, Ann, 422 

, Ant"., 82 

, Arthur, 418 

, Cassandra, 435 

, Christopher, 324 
, David, 169, 236 
, Davit-, 70, 137 
. Edward, 226, 435 

, Elias, 498 

, Elizabeth, 180, 433 

, Ellis, 140 

, Henry, 171, 211 

.Hugh, 174, 329, 338, 
470 

, Iliunfrey, 116 

, John, 41, 70, 132, 

39, 141, 349, 35-1. 3&5. 397, 
412, 427, 434, 448, 459 
, Joyce, 467 



William*, Katharin, 4.^2 
, Lewes, 73 

, Matthew, 386, 413 

, Maurice, 52 

, Michel], 124 

, Mrs., 189 

, Owen, 41, 74, 138 

, Pierce, 217 

, Rice ap, 179 

Richard, u6, 117, 



'54, 329, 35". 439, 487 

, Robert, 84, 114, 

'79, '9-2 

, Roger, 86, 137, 2',3 

, Rowland, 165', 183 

, Simon (or Symon), 

415, 422 

-, Susan, 2 1 1 



, Teage, 154 
, Thomas, 81, 
113, 166*, 171, 210, 



102, 
326. 



33, 369. 3*5. 
396. 401, 407, 
418, 429, 506 

, William, 112, 127, 



39, 
4'3. 



392. 
416, 



138, 189, 329, 506 

(or Wills), William, 



326, 327, 329 
Williamson, Ami) 130 

, John, 96, 436 

, Marie, 107 

, Michell, 46 

, Nathaniel, 

, Win., 107 

Willis, Ann, 222 

, Elizabeth, 96, 423 



[501 

86, 



, Henry, 413 
, John, 50, 319, 
320*, 423, 459 
, Mary, I2O 
, Richard, 471, 472 
, Thomas, 83, 423 
Wm., 74 



3'9* 



Willkisson, Beniamone, 145 

, Larence, 145 
Willmott (or Willmatt), Ed- 
ward, 327, 328 

- (- ), Hugh, 

327, 33 

Witrms, stY Williams 
Wi*rhnson, see Williamson 
Willoughby, Lady Ann, 461 
, Ami, 423 

, Dorcas, 423 

Francis, Lord, 



160", 161 



George, 459 
-, John, 162", 45 
-, Nicholas, 423 
-, Oliver, 417 



INDEX. 



579 



Willoughby William, Lord, 
161* 



Willmighbye (Willowbey, Wil- 
loby,or\Villowsaby), Thomas, 
i80, 248, 274 

Willox, Mathew, 446 

Wills, John, 152, 413 

, Roger, 52 

(or Williams), William, 

326, 327, 329 

? , j, v Quills 

Willson, Ik'iiry, 173 

, Nicholas, 466 

, Wm., 416 

, ssi' \Vil>on 

Wilmose, John, 177 
Wilse, Francis, 415 
Wilson, Anthony, 487 

, Charles, 487 

, - , Junr., 487 
, Clement, 193 

, Edward, 79, 487 

, Elisabeth, 433 

, George, 463 

, Henry, 127, 188, 215, 

262 

, Jacob, 86 

, James, 296 

, John, 102, 109, 172, 

327, 329, 427 

, Katherin, 105, 117 

, Margarett, 487 

, Mary, 433. 449 

, Nathan, 124 

, Reginald, 163*, 166 

, Richard, 94, 105, 446 

-, Robert, 105 



, Stephen, 433 

, Thomas^ 69, 223 

, Williani, 444, 487 

, see Willson 

Wilton, Francis, 202 
Wiltsheir, Benjamin, 466, 468 

, John, 462 

, Lawrence, 468 

, Thomas, 463 

, -, Jnnr., 467, 

468 

, , Senr., 467 

, Widow, 466 

Winch, Sir Humplicy, 162 
Winche, Mary, 278 

, see Wyneli 

Winckoll, Elizabeth, 54 

, J-. 54 

Windebank, Secretary, 114 
Windmile (or Wynwill), 

Clmsto., 182, 260 
Windor. Ann, 181 



Winrlor, Edward, 193 
Windsor, Thomas, Lord, 160* 
Wing, Hugh, 240 
Winge, Judith, 279 
Robert, 279 



Wingfield, Jlarljoltle, 162* 

Wingate, Roger, 159*, iff 
Wyngate 

Wingatt, John, 415 

Winkc, Debora, 71 

Winnc, Griffin, 219, see Wynn 

WiiiscumK 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, loo 



, John, ico 



Wise, Abraham, 367 
, Christopher, 487 
, John, 36, 37, 102 
Wiseman, Katherin, 84 
Witchfield, John, 150 
Wite, Daniell, 133, see White 
With (or Withie), Mary, 130 

, Symon, 195 
With'e [i.e., Withere], Richard, 
Withering, Jane, 488 [185 

, Thomas, 488 

Withers, Susanna, 426 
Withie (or Wilh), Marie, 130 
, Robert, 130 



, Suzan, 130 

, see Withy 

Withington, Tho., 368, 406 

, Wm., 459 

Withy, lesper, 36, see Withie 
Witte "(Wut'js, or White), 

John, 3^6, 327, 331 
Wilton, jo., 103, see Whitton 
Witts, Gno:lrn.iii, 191 
Ww, see Williams 
Wocldall, Francis, 104 

, Jo., 101 

, Patrick, 102 

Wolfe, Em v.iucll, 416 
Wolfinden, Jeremiah, 416 
Wolhouston. Marie, 48 
Wolley, Richard, 79 
Wollinan, Richard, 120 
Wolrich, John, 177 



\Volrich, Mrs., 177 

, Richara, 303 

Wolton, James, 143 
Wolverstone, Benjamin, 468 
--, Elizabeth, 462 
Wood, Abraham, 179, 233 

, Alexander, 363, 364 

, Andrew, 426 

, Ann, 240 

, Anne, loo 

, Constunt, 87 

, Elizabeth, 66, 130 

, Francis, 446, 459 

, Henry, 112, 180 

, James, 416 

, John, 35, 80, 82, 130. 

100, 283 

, Leonard, 105 

, Nathaniell, 66 

, Percivall, 179, 240 

, Patrick, 138 
, Richard, 95 

, Symon, 75 

, Thomas, 39, 140, 176, 
240, 303 

, William, 130 

, s:e Wood's 

Woodall, Henry, 182 
Woodbridge, Elizabeth, 124 

, Jo., 112 
Woodcock, Josua, 132 

, Thomas, 407, 417 
Wookcocke (or Woodcoke), 

William, 316*, 317, 344 
Woodcooke, John, 286 
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, 116 

, Richard, 98 

Wood's, Robert, 190, set Wood 
Woodson, Frances, 182 
, John, 172, 216 



, Sarah, 172, 216 

Woodstock, Robert, 81 
Woodward, Christopher, 193, 
2 06 

, George, 47, 54, 281 
, Henry, 181, 182, 
237, 242 

, Jane, 237 

, John, 281 

73 2 






580 



INDEX. 



Woodward, Mary, 173 

, Richard, 280, 281 

, Rose, 280 

Woodword, Samuel!, 469 
Wood yard, John, 436 

, Mary, 436 

Wooley, John, 184 
Woolridge, William, 334, 339, 

341 

Worden, Isaac, 66 

- , Jane, 43 
Worlklge, Henry, 104 

, W.lliam, 185, 254 

Wormley, Ralph, 167 
Worrall, Win., 128 
Worsam, John, 437 

, Mary, 437 
Worthall, Thomas, 251 
Worton, Nathalie!!, 266 
Wragg, Bsniamin, 96 
Wrast, Marie, 45 
Wray, Ralph, 80 
Wrench, Wm., 140 
Wrenn, Tho., 123 
Wright, Alice, 126 

, Dorcas, 497 

, Henry, 497, 507 

, Horten, 229 

, Jeffery, 87 

, Joane, 261 

, John, 109, 194,256,487 

, Lubas, 132 

, Mary, 414 

, Mr., a 96 

, Ralph, 306 

, Richard, 123, 414 

, Robert, 183, 261, 414 

- , Thomas, 443 

, William, 487 

, see Write 

Wrighton, Mr., 309 
Write, Arthur, 73 

, J<>-, 74, '22 

, Nathaniel!, 64 

, Wm., 112 

, see Wright 

Writters, John, 268 
Wulfris, Tho., 300 
Wy, Parry, 75 
Wyatt, Christopher, 487 

, Sir Francis, 157, 160, 

173, ^2l, 273 

, Hant, 173 

, Margaret, Lady, 173 



Wyatt, Ralph, 162* 
- , see \Viett 

Wydhouse. Jo., 52 

W>'."n, Ed ward, 104 

Wy'lde, Geo , 77, sft Wild 

Wylie, John, 76, sea Wiley 

Wynch, Jeffery, 123, see Winch 

Wynchestcr, Jo.. 48 

Wyncott, Ann, 83 
, Dorolhie, 83 

\Vyad, Arthur, 40 
, James, 80 

, Mary, 136 

Wyndell, Jo., 66 

Wynes, Tho., 116 

Wyngate, Charles, 84, see Win 
gate 

Wynkles, To , 52 

Wynn, Christopher, 121, see 
Winne 

, Jo., 125 

, Richard, 486 

Wynnstonly, Hugh, 71 

Wynsloe, Edmond, 149, see 
Window 

Wynter, John, 140, see Winter 

Wynthropp, see Winthropp 

Wynwill (or Windwile), Chris- 
topher, 182, 260 

Wyon, Robert, 1 1 1 

Wythins, Jo., 137 

YARD, Wm., 84 
Yardley, set Yeardley 
Yarwood, Thomas, 418 
Yateman, William, 135 
Yates, Edward, 238 
CharU, 421 

Henry, 498 

Joice, 421 

(or Yat's), John, 41, 86, 95 

Kat., 37 

Margaret, 421 

Mr., 183 

Robert, 119 

Thomas, 418 

Wm., 93 

Yatman, Henry, 74 
Yeamans, Eliz*., 507 

, Lady, 472 

Yeardley, Yardley, Yeardly, 
Yearlley 

, Arga',1, 173, 222 

, Elizabeth, 173, 222 



Yeardley, Frances, 173, 222 
, Sir George, 157, 

173, 222, 238, 274 

, Temperance, Lady, 

173, 222 

Yeats, Leonard, 172 
Yemanson, James, 174 
Ycomans. Arthur, 41 
Yonge, Joane, 245 
, Richard, 245 

[? ], Susan, 245 

, see Young, &c. 

Yonges, Anne, 294 
, Joan, 294 

, John, 145, 294 

, Josueph, 294 

, Marey, 294 

, Rachel, 294 

, Tho., 294 

, see Young, &c. 

Yore, Elizabeth, 102 
York, James, Duke of, 

161, 161*, 162. 164 

, James, 94 

, John, 140 

, Kat., 116 

Yott, Tho., 135 
Young, Andrew, 127 

, Francis, 125, 342 

, Harford, 70 



160" 



.John, 41,439 

, Joseph, 109 

, Marmaduke. 84 

, Mathcw, 418 

., Nathaniel!, 137 

, Richard, 95 

, Samuell, 79, 342, 344 

, William, 74 



, see Yonge, Yonges, &c. 

Younge, ,173 



-, Jone, 176 



, Richard, 176 

, Thomas, 159 

Younglove, Margaiet, 130 
, Samuel, 130 



ZOROBABELL, 190 
Zouch, Edward, Lord, 156 



es, Debra. 290 

es, Elizabeth, 290 

es, John, 290 

es, Samuell, 290 



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