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ORIOINALLT COLLBCTKD FOR AND PUBUSHED IN THE NEW ENGLAND lUSTORICAL AND 
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BY SAMUEL G. DRAKE, 

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TO 

JOHN BARSTOW, ESQUIRE, 

OF PROYIDENCB, 

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THE VICE PRESIDENTS 

OF 

THE NEW ENGLAND HISTORIC-GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY, 

THIS VOLUME, 

DEVOTED TO THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND, 

IS DEDICATED, 

▲8 ▲ TRIBUTE JUSTLY DUB FOB HIS INTEBKBT IN, AND BNCOUBAOBMBNT OF, 

THE OBJECTS OF THAT SOCIETT. 



BT HIS ASSOCIATE AND FRIEND, 



THE EDITOR. 



INTRODUCTION. 



This designation is not intended to convey the idea that all the names 
of the founders of New England are contained in the following collec- 
tion ; while all such as emigrated with a view to a permanent residence 
during the first years of settlement, or previous to King Philip's war, well 
deserve to be numbered among the Founders of New England ; and 
this, it is thought, sufficiently justifies the designation. 

Nearly the whole of the following work was prepared, (independent 
of any copy,) during a residence in the British Metropolis, in the years 
1858, 1859, and 1860. This statement is made that the reader may 
understand certain expressions ; as, in speaking of New England, t?uU 
country is mentioned, and of England, as this country, &c. In all other 
respects it is presumed that the necessary explanations will be found in 
foot notes, or within brackets. 

I had intended to accompany the work with some indications to anti- 
quaries and genealogists, as to certain localities and means most likely to 
aid them in their investigations in England. But such a labor would 
require the compass of a work itself. 

Such a work would no{ interfere at all with the valuable publication of 
Mr. 3inis, of the British Museum, for what I had intended to do was to 
indicate the English localities of as many of our early New England 
emigrants as my collection of materials would enable me. So that, for 
example, a given name might be sought in a locality where it was known 
to have existed at the period of emigration. The importance of such a 
work will readily be perceived, but its accomplishment cannot be so 
readily performed. I shall therefore close these introductory observations 
with a few desultory remarks concerning researches, records, &c. 

Whoever goes to England expecting to find the genealogy of any par- 
ticular English family settled in New England at an early day, is pretty 
sure, in at least nine cases out of ten, to meet with disappointment. He 



6 THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 

will, if he looks for the names of Smith, Brown, Jones, &c., find enough 
of them ; but, to connect an ancestor bearing one of these names, with 
the ancestor of a New England family of the same surname, is a de- 
sideratum of much uncertainty. The reason of this uncertainty is easily 
explained. In the first place, persons who emigrate are not of\en posses- 
sors of real estate, and hence deeds and wills seldom furnish indications 
referable to them. They leave no deeds or wills in the father land by 
which they can be traced. In the next place, very few emigrants from 
England were landholders, for the reason that for ages little or no land 
has been for sale in quantities within the reach of persons of moderate 
estates. William the Conqueror parcelled out all England to, compara- 
tively, a few of his followers, and the dependents of those followers im- 
proved the vast domains by a sort of tenure, which in time grew into the 
leasing system, by which system, probably, above seven eighths of the 
present inhabitants of that country hold their places of residence and 
business. 

As though the estates thus awarded were not sufficiently extensive, it 
not unfrequently happened that an estate, and sometimes several estates, 
reverted to the crown by confiscation ; and such were conferred on 
some favorite already in possession of extensive domains ; while the 
crown was careful to serve itself plentifully in the first place. The reve- 
nue- to the sovereign fiom the crown lands, even to this day, are by no 
means inconsiderable. 

It sometimes fell out that persons came into possession of lands by 
heirship, where the prospect originally appeared ^ small as to be scarcely 
worthy of attention. But such cases were always rare. 

Hence, for the descendant of a New England emigrant to find' his 
ancestor among the nobility or landed gentry of the period of the emi- 
gration, is about as certain as it would be to find him among those classes 
of the present day ! 

As the great body of emigrants to New England took no pains to trans- 
mit to their descendants any account of their ancestors, or even the places 
whence they came, it is pretty evident they had nothing to expect from 
the one, or any special regard for the other. Where parish registers have 
been preserved, some data are often found and made available in New 
England pedigrees. But they seldom indicate any connection with the 
so called higher classes. 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 7 

Classes were and are very distinct in England. The class of servants, 
the class of tradespeople, the class of mechanics, &c., have continued for 
a long period of time. They mixed very little with those above them. 
Few of these ever became landholders, and few ever thought of a pedi- 
gree. Pedigrees may be said to have origmated with the immediate 
descendants of the possessors of landed estates. They grew out of a ne- 
cessity. Thus Genealogy became a science^ and the learned pursued it as 
a useful and necessary branch of knowledge ; and as such it is general I3' 
pursued in this country, especially in New England. There are those 
who pursue it with a notion that they are heirs to a great estate in Eng- 
land, left by some unknown ancestor. They may thus add something to 
the science of genealogy, and enlarge their own knowledge, while they 
will find no necessity to enlarge their pockets. 

An exceedingly amusing article might be written upon the efforts of 
numerous families and individuals to obtain property left by their ances- 
tors in England, at some remote period, as they imagine. And it may 
be pretty safely asserted, that the majority of such fortune hunters cannot 
trace their own line to their emigrant ancestor! Indeed, some have 
started for England to obtain, as descendants, the property of an indi- 
vidual who never had any descendants ; and this knowledge was within 
the reach of everybody on this side of the Atlantic ! But to take up 
space with these remarks may be considered unnecessary by the intelli- 
gent reader. 

The sources of information in England have been greatly improved 
within the present century. Many restrictions upon the public records 
have been thrown off, and an immense amount of original papers, public 
and private, have found, and are daily finding, their way into that vast and 
well arranged and well conducted repository — the British Museum. And 
though it may be said that much remains to be done, in laying open, col- 
lecting, and arranging the records of England, at the same time it may 
be observed, that the extent and magnitude of what has already been done, 
could it be fully stated, would surpass belief. 

It is high time the British government placed the ancient wills of the 
realm in a position to be consulted and used ; especially those in the 
keeping of the Prerogative (Jourt of Canterbury. This is the most ex- 
tensive collection in the kingdom, and ought to be free for all genealogical 
and other literary uses. Yet the keepers of this repository are obliged to 



8 THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 

subject all applicants to heavy fees. In the beginning of 1659, an attempt 
was made to open Doctors' Commons to literary inquirers. A petition to 
Parliament was drawn up, ably setting forth the advantages which would 
accrue to the literary public by making that depository as free as the 
British Museum. This was headed by Lord Macaulay and other eminent 
gentlemen ; but Parliament thought the time had not come for such lib- 
erality in Doctors' Commons, and thus the matter rests, and may possibly 
rest till another Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas shall appear. 

And here I may be pardoned for referring to thai preeminent anti- 
quary, who was cut off in the prime of life, while successfully advocating 
the cause of a free use of the public records, " whenever it could bo 
done consistent with their safety." Few Americans who visit England 
to examine those records learn how much they are indebted to that gen- 
tleman ; because he had by his perseverance rendered himself unpop- 
ular among some influential officials, who considered his course an in- 
fringement upon their interest. Sir Harris Nicolas, as he was familiarly 
called, possessed those rare qualities of mind which seemed to endow 
him with an intuitive knowledge, to that wonderful extent to which 
few eminent men have attained through a long life. This naturally 
subjected him to the envy of some and the jealousy of others. And 
hence his enlightened views, put forth with regard to the public records, 
were combated from different quarters, and with some success. And 
yet the entering wedge, which he so powerfully drove into the heavy 
doors of the public archives, not only retains its place, but is pretty sure 
eventually to accomplish the great and beneficent object of forcing them 
entirely open. That Sir Harris had co-workers is true, but they can take 
care of themselves. These remarks are made, because it is thought that 
not many Americans appreciate the labors of that gentleman, as, most 
likely, they are unacquainted with them. The majority of his publications 
are now obtainable ; but it is highly probable that when Antiquarian and 
Historical Societies are advanced enough to attempt to collect them, they 
will find them difficult. to be had. The last place of residence of Sir 
Harris in London, was No. 55 Torrington Square, to which the devoted 
American antiquary will not fail to make a pilgrimage when he may visit 
the Metropolis of the British empire ; or, rather, the Metropolis of the 
world. 



THB FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 9 

* It is not very surprising that the progress of collecting, arranging, and 
laying open to the public the muniments of the realm has been slow, if the 
magnitude of these muniments is but partially comprehended. Some idea 
may be formed on this head, by a comparison of our own records with 
those of England. This can be done only by a comparison of the length 
of time the two countries or governments have been in existence. A little 
reflection on this point may warrant the averment, tliat, if all the records 
of the United States were collected together, they would not occupy a 
space equal to that occupied by the British State Paper Oflice alone : to 
say nothing of the magnitude of those in the Tower of London, in the 
Rolls Chapel, the Chapter House, Remembrancer's Office, Treasuries of 
the King's Bench and Common Pleas Remembrance Office, Augmentation 
Office, British Museum, dsc, &c. 

New England, as is well known, was named by, or in the time of, 
Captain John Smith, who explored and surveyed its eastern coast. And 
Smith tells us the name was given because it had been already conferred 
on its western coast, by his great cotemporary, whom he characterizes as 
" the most memorable Sir Francis Drake." Such are Smith's own words. 

Drake had discovered the opposite coast in the South Sea, (as the Pa- 
cific Ocean was then and long af\er called,) in the year 1579, took pos- 
session of it for the Crown of England, and named it New Albion — ^" in 
regard whereof," continues Smith, " this is styled New England" — Albion 
being an ancient name of England. Early grants of territory in America 
by James the First, extended from Sea to Sea ; that is, from the Atlantic 
to the Pacific Oceans, and hence Captain Smith very naturally concluded 
that America, that is, the portion of it within the parallels of Drake's 
discovery, should bear the same name as that which he had given it 
And thus originated the name New England ; a name which, it is hoped, 
it will ever retain, as its appropriateness can never be questioned. 

A list or catalogue of all the ships which brought emigrants to New 
England, from the time of its first discovery until emigration nearly 
ceased in the time of the Commonwealth of England, would be a docu- 
ment of great importance to every inquirer into the history of that coun- 
try. And yet much greater would be the gratification were such a docu- 
ment accompanied by another, containing all the names of those emigrants 
But such lists cannot be hoped for, because they do not exist. What 1 

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1() THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 

have stated towards the close of this volume will probably satisfy inquir-. 
crs upon that subject. 

However humble may have been the condition of those who fled to 
New England, in its primeval and savage state, to found a land for free- 
dom of thought and action, their names will occupy a proud place in the 
History which is yet to be written. And ungrateful must be that descend- 
ant of those founders who will not, in some way, aid to rescue their names 
from oblivion, that they may be engraven upon the tablets of enduring 
annals. 

The accompanying Map of New England is an exact copy of that 
published in 1625, in " Pvrchus his Pilgrimes." It shows the parts of 
America, as they were represented to our Fathers at the period of their 
emigration. It is not only interesting as showing what was then known 
of New England, but especially as it shows who were its then proprietors, 
those proprietors having their names inserted upon it. Captain Smith 
had published an earlier map, but it only faintly resembles this. The 
well known Hondius published a map of the world in 1589. Qn this the 
names New France and Florida cover all the country from Nova Scotia 
to Louisiana. But Smith's map was the first on which \Yt^ name New 
England appeared. On a very early one, accompanying Father Pedro 
Apiano's Cosmographia, 1548, the countries now the United States, Can- 
ada, &c., are denominated " Baccalearum." This curious and singular 
map is pretty nearly copied by Sir Humfrey Gilbert, in his " Discourse 
of a Discoverie for a new Passage to Cataia," 4®, London, 1576. This 
last named work is of excessive rarity. The only copy which I have 
ever seen is in the British Museum. In Master Lewes Robert's *^ Mappe 
of Commerce," 1638, there is a handsome map of the world, on which 
New England is conspicuously laid down. 






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THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 



xij* Aprilis, 1632. — The names of such Men women and children w«h 
are to passe to New England to be resident there vppon a Plantacon, 
have tendred and taken the oath of allegeance according to y* Statute 



John Barcrofte 
Jane Barcrofte 
Hugh Moier 
Henrie Sherborn 



John Greene Abigail Greene 

Perseverance Greene Sara Johnes made servL 

John Greene Joseph Greene 
Jacob Greene 



xxij" Junij 1632. — The names of such Men transported to New Eng- 
land to the Plantacon there pV Cert, from Capten Mason have tendred 
and taken the oath of allegeance according to the Statute 



William Wadsworth 
John Tallcott 
Joseph Roberts 
John Coxsall 
John Watson 
Robert Shelley 
Wilis Heath 
Richard All is 
Thomas Vffett 
Isack Murrill 
John Witchfield 



Jonathan Wade 
Robert Bartlett 
Jo: Browne 
John Churchman 
Tobie Willet 
William Curtis 
Nic« Clark 
Daniel I Brewer* 
Jo: Beniamin 
Richard Beniamin 
William James 



Thomas Carrington 
William Groodwynn 
John White 
James Olmstedd 
William Lewes 
Zeth Graunt 
Nathaniell Richardes 
Edward Ellmer 
Edward Hoi mar 
Jo: Totman 
Charles Glower 



[I have looked through the volume and can find no. others for New 
England.] 

The next volume, containing records of persons emigrating to New 
England, is also in the Rolls Office. It was formerly among the records 
and documents at Carlton Ride.f I should not say it "was found there, for 
I am not aware that it was ever Jost^ but, like thousands of other papers 
and books of records, it was deposited there for safe keeping. But, during 
the two hundred and twenty-four years which have elapsed since the vol- 
ume was made, it has, during some part of that period, not been very 
safely kept, for near a third of it has been damaged by lining long in 
water or a damp place ; yet this damage does not extend but two or three 
inches from the foot of the first pages, and nearly the whole of it can 
be read. 

The volume contains about three quires of foolscap paper, and is bound 



* MS. perfectly plain. 

t On the northerly side of St. James Park, now (1859) being demolished. 



THB FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 13 

in vellum. The first entry in it is ^^zxix^i> Decebr: 1634,^' recording, 
that ^^ Wm Conasley^ aged 22 yeres,'' might ^^ pass to Dort on his af- 
fairs." 

The next entry (apparently made at the same time with the first) under 
the same date, is ^^ Samuell Sharpe aged 55 years dwellen in London." 

Several pages onward, date V^ fiebr: [1634-5] is ^^ Samvel Sharp 54 
yeres old, dwelling in Layden." 

About a third of the volume is taken up with recording the names of 
persons going to some part of the Low Countries, — Holland and Flanders, 
— some to reside and some to return. The last entry is of date 24th 
December, 1635. 

The passengers for New England, Virginia, American islands, dec., are 
entered at the other end of the book. The first date there is "VIti6 
Decembris, 1634," which is followed by a list of twenty-eight soldiers for 
^^ Guttorembeck." The list is prefaced thus : ^^ Post festum Natalis Christi 
1634. Vsqe ad festum Na: Christi 1635." 

On the vellum wrapper or cover is this inscription : 

^^The Register of the names 

of all y« Passinger[8] w«*» 

Passed from y« Port of 

London for an whole 

yeare ending at 

Xmas 1635." 

[The various companies ^^ desirous" of leaving England are entered 
in the order of their application, or nearly so, and hence those for dif- 
ferent parts are so mixed up that a close inspection of the whole is indis- 
pensable, in making out a list for any one destination. My search was 
only for those who went for New England, and I feel quite confident none 
have escaped me. And the readers of the Register may rest assured, 
that, though critical antiquaries may not fully agree as to what every name 
in these lists is, the following is a Jiill and perfect copy of all the lists 
yet discovered. 

For the examining reader's benefit, I have underscored the occupations, 
and some other words or sentences, believing that by that method some 
relief would be afforded to the eye. I have intended to keep to the old 
orthography and use of capital letters, presuming that the descendants of 



14 THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 

those emigrants will ever desire to know how the exact record stands, as 
it is an indication of the state of literature, at least among educated 
clerks, of that age. 

The notes being all my own, throughout, this announcement is to avoid 
signing each of them, or otherwise advertising the reader. Quotation 
marks, too, are generally omitted, as the beginning and ending of the record 
is sufficiently apparent without them. Clerical abbreviations are printed 
to accommodate modern type.] 

xj" Marcij 1634. Theise vnder written names are to be transported to 
New England, having brought Certificate from the Justices of the peace 
and Minister of the p^ish, the p^ie hath taken the oathe of Allegeance 
and Supremacie de p^ochia St. Egiddij Cripplegaie,* 

Peter Howson xxxi yerest and his wife Ellin Howson 39 yeres old. 

Turris London Theise vnder written names are to be transported to 
New England having brought attestacon and Certificate from the Justices 
of peace and Minister of the p'ish according to the LLs of the Councells 
ord^ the p'lie hath taken the oaths of Allegeance and Supremacie. 

Thomas Stares 31 yeres 
Suzan Johnson 12 '^ 



16 Marcij 1634. Theis vnder written names are to be transported to 
New England imbarqued in ye Christian de Lo. Jo** White W bound 
thither, the men have taken ye oath [of] Allegeance & Supremacie. 
Mildred Bredstret.X 



fTrancis Stiles 


35 


Jo: Reeves 


19 


Tho: Bassett 


37 


Tho ffoulfoot 


22 


Tho: Stiles 


20 


James Busket 


28 


Tho: Barber 


21 


Tho Coop § 


18 


Jo: Dyer 


28 


Edward Preston 


13 


Jo: Harris 


28 


Jo: Cribb 


30 


James Horwood. 


30 


George Chappell 


20 



* What I have nnderecored is in the margin, and it according to the MS. 

t I have omitted to repeat the word " yeres " over the colamn of ages as entirely 
superflnoas. 

X In the margin of this list. St. Mildred's was destroyed in the great fire of 
1666, and was rebailt by S' Chr. Wren. 

S Probably Cooper, bat tho MS. is as above, without abbreviation mark. 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 16 



Robert Robinson 


. 41 


Henrie Stiles 


40 


Edward Palteson 


33 


Jane Morden 


30 


ffrancis Marshall 


30 


Joan Stiles 


35 


Rice Heylei* 


22 


Henry Stiles 


3 


Tho: Hal ford 


20 


Jo: Stiles 


9 mo. 


Tho: Haukseworth 


23 


Rachell Stiles 


28 


Jo: Stiles 


35 







22** Marcij 1634. Theis vnder written names are to be imbarqued in 
y' Planter Nic* Trarice M*" bound for New England p'r Certificat from 
Stepney p'ish,t and Attestacon from S*". Tho: Jay, M"^ Simon Muskett 
Justices of the Peace. The men have taken the oathe of Supremacie 
and Allegeance. 

Nicholas davies 40 James Lannin A Glover 26 

Sara davies 48 Robert Stevens A Sawyer 22^ 

Joseph davies 13 John More A labourer 24 [ 4Sgr- 

W" Locke 6 James Haieward 22 fvants 

Jo: Maddox A Sawyer 43 Judith Phippin 16 J 

Prime Aprill 1635. In the Hopewell of London m' W"» Bundocke 
vrsf New England. 

Edm^rLJgiJn^^ \ ^^?"^^i" Buckinghamsher theis have taken 

W» Parryer§ 36 j ^ ® °^^® ^^ ^^'®S* ^" Supremacie 

Geo: Griggs 42 of Landen|| \ 

Phillip Kyrtland 21 of Sherington > in Buckinghamsher. 

nath: Kyrtland 19 of Sherington j 

Wibroe 42 yrs wife of Jo*> Cooper 

Eliza: 49 yeis wife of Edmond ffarrington 

Alyce 37 yeis wife of W" Purryer 

Tho: Griggs 15 yers') 

W»: Griggs 14 " 

Eliza: Griggs 10 ^^ > Children of Geo: Griggs aforsaid. 

Mary Griggs 6 " J 

James Griggs 2 ^^ J 

Alyce Griggs 32 wife of Geo: Griggs 

* The MS. appears to me plain, 
t Uniformly used for parish, 
X Abbreviation of versum or versus. For, towards. 

S I need not apprise the reader that I aim to preserve the exact spelling of names, 
il I do not find Lantkn in most minutely written topographical works, bat I find 
Laundon in Bnckingfaamshire. 



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THE FOUNDERS OP NEW BNOLAlfD. 



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Mary Cooper 13 ') 

Tho Coooer 7 f^^^^^'®*^ ^^ ^^^' Cooper aforsaid 

Martha Cooper 5j 

Phillip Phillip 15 yers sert to Jo*»: Cooper 

Sarra fiarrington 14 1 

Eliza ffarrington 8 j 

Mary Purryer* 7 \ 

Sarra Purryer 5 > Children of W" Purryer 

Katheren Purryer 18 mo j 

2^ Aprilis, 1635. — Theis vnder written names are to be transported to 
New England imbarqued in the Planter Nic"*: Trarice M^" bound thither 
the pUies have brought Certificate from the Minister of St Albonst in 
Hertfordshire, and Attestacdn from the Justices of peace according to the 
Lords Order. 



Jo: Tutlell A Mercer 

Joan Tuttell 

John Lawrence 

W" Lawrence 

Marie Lawrence 

Abigail Tuttell 

Symon Tuttell 

Sara Tuttell 

Jo: Tuttell 

Joan Antrobuss 

Marie Wrast 

Tho: Greene 

Nathan Haford seruani to 

Jo: Tutell 
W" Beardsley A Mason 
Marie Beadsley 
Marie Beadsley 
John Beadsley 
Joseph Beadsley 6 

Allen Perley Husbandman 



39 Mary Chittwood 24 

42 Tho: Olney Shoemaker 35 

17 Marie Olney 30 

12 Tho Olney 3 

9 Etenetus Olney 

6 Geo: Giddins Hushandman 25 

4 Jane Giddins 20 

2 Tho: Savage Taylor 27 

1 Kichard Harvie A Taylor 22 
65 ffrances Pebody Hushandman 21 
24 W" Wilcockson Lynenwever 34 
15 Margaret Wilcockson 24 

!lg Jo: Wilcockson 2 

Ann Harvie 22 

30 Willm fielloe Shoemaker 24 

26 ffrancis Baker A Taylor 24 
4 Tho: Carter 25 \ ServanU 

2 Michell Willmson 30 V to Geo: 
mo: Elizabeth Morrison 12 ) Giddins 

27 pred. 



James weauer Staiinor 



3 Aprill 1635. 
23 



* I need not appriM the reader that I aim to preserve the exact spelling of names. 
t Now St. Albans. 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 



17 



Edmond weauer Husbandman 28 dwelling in Anckslrey* in Hcrcford- 
sher 6c his wife Margarett aged 30 yers 

Theis vnder written names are to be transported to New England im- 
barqued in y" Hopewell M^ W" Bundick. The p'ties have brought Cer- 
tificates from the Minister dc Justices of peace that they are no Subsedy t 
men they have taken the oath of alleg: and Supremacee. 



Jo*>: Astwood Husbandman 


26 


Isack Morris 


9 


Jo: Ruggells 


10 


Jo: Peat Husbandman of : 


\ 


Martha Carter 


27 


Duffillt p'ish in Derbie- 


\S8 


Marie Elliott 


13 


she re 


f 






Edward keele 


14 


p'r Cert: from Stanstede Abbey 


Jo: Goad by 


16 


in com Hert 




Jo: Bill 


13 


Laurence VVhitlimor Hus- 


}63 


Tho: Greene 


15 


bandman 


Isacke DesbroughHti^^and- 


) 


Elizabeth Whittimor 


57 


man^ of ElT-Tisley in 


[l8 


Elizabeth Turner 


20 


com Cambridge 


) 


Sara Elliott 


6 


Eliz: Elliott 


30 


Robert Day 


30 


Lyddia Elliott 


4 


W" Peacock 


12 


Phelip Elliot 


2 


Nazing in Essex. 




Of St. Katherins 




Jo: Ruggells Shoemaker 


44 


Robert Titus Husbandman 


35 


Barbaric Ruggells uxor 


30 


Hanna Titus vxor 


81 


Jo: Ruggells 


2 


Jo: Titus 


8 


Elizabeth Elliot 


8 


Edmond Titus 


5 


Giles Payson 


26 






Geo: Wood ward ^Affion^er 35 p'r 


Certi: from S«" Geo: Whitmor & 


S*" Nic** Raynton two Justices of 


y« Peace in London and from Jo: 


Thorp Minister of y« p'ish of S^ 


Buttolphs Billingsgate. 





vjth Aprilis 1635. 
Theis p'ties heerevnder mencioned are to be transported to New Eng- 
land : imbarqued in the Planter Nic^ Trarice M^" bound thether: they 

* Whether Anckstrey or Auckstre^ is ancertain. Tho only name in Herefordshire 
bearing any affinity to this is AJcecitron or Arkston, in Webtree Hundred. 

t Always so written in the original. And so *' AUegeance." The serions difficulties 
between Charles I. and his Parliament about raising money, gave rise to this matter of 
subsidy. The reader of English history does not require even this intimation, perhaps. 

X Probably Duffidd, in Appletree Hundred. 

3 



18 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 



have brought Certificates from the Justices of Peace and Ministers of y« 
p'ish that they are conformable to the orders of ye Church of England 
and are no Subsedy men: they haue taken the oath of Supremacie 6i 
Allegeance Die et An** pred. 



Martin Saunders A Currier 40 



Rachel Saunders uxor 
Lea Saunders 
Judith Saunders 
Martin Saunders 
Marie ffuller 
Richard Smith 
Rich Ridley 



) 3 chil' ( 

j dren j 

) 3 5er- ( 

I vants i 



40 
10 
8 
4 
17 
14 
16 



ffrancis Newcom Hush: 90 

Rachell Newcom 20 \ wife Sf 
Rachel I Newcom 2J > 2 chiU 

Jo: Newcom 9 moneths ) dren 

Ant** Stannion A Glover 24 

Daniell Hanbury 29 

ffrancis Dexter 13 

Willm Dawes 15 

Marie Saunders 15 



Theis pYies imbarqued in the Eliz: M' W" Stagg bound for New Eng- 
land p'r Cert from the Justices and Ministers of ye p'ish. 



Clement Bates A Taylor 
Ann Bates 
James Bates 
Clement Bates 
Rachell Bates 
Joseph Bates 
Ben: Bates 



14^ 
12 
8 \ 



5 
2 



40 
40 



5 children. 



Jo: Wynchester 
Jervice Gold Servantes* 



19 
30 



More for the Planter. 



Richard Tuttell Husbandman 42 

Ann Tuttell 41 

Anna Tuttell 12 

Jo: Tuttell 10 

Rabecca Tuttell 6 

Isbell Tuttell 70 

Marie Wolhouston 30 

Willm Tuttell Husbandman 26 

Elizabeth Tuttell 23 

Jo: Tuttell 3J 

Elizabeth Swayne 20 

Margaret Leach 15 
Ann Tuttell 2 a qr. [2^] 



Tho: Tuttell 
Sycillie Clark 
Marie Bill 
Phillipp Atwood 
Barthol: ffaldoe 
ffrancis Bushnell A Car- 
penter 
Marie Bushnell 
Martha Bushnell 
Willm Lea 
Marie Smith 
Hanna Smith 
Ann Wells 



3 mo. 
16 
11 
12 
16 



1 



26 

26 
1 

16 
18 
18 
15 



* The scribe made a bnioc against Jo: Wynchester, and began to write tervant against 
that name, bat stopped when he had written w and wrote aervanii against Jervice Gold, 



TUB FOUNDERS OF NBW ENGLAND. 19 

In the Hopewell Willm Bundock M' bound for New England, &c. 



James Burgis 


14 


Marie Coke 


14 


Alexander Thwaits 


20 


Marie Peake 


15 


Jo: Abbott 


16 


Tho: Pell A Taylor 


22 


Jo: Bellowes 


12 


Jo: Bushnell A Glazier 


21 


Jo: Jobnes 


18 


Christian Luddington, 


18 


Marie Abbott 


16 







In the Rabecca of London M' Hodges for New England. 

Peter Vnderwood A Husbandman 22 
Isabell Craddock 30 



vijih Aprilis 1635. This p'tie vnder mencioned is to be imbarqued in 
the Planter bound for New England p'r Cert: from Alderman ffenn of his 
conformitie he hath taken the oath of Allegeance dc Supremacie. 

Richard ffenn 27 



8 Aprilis, 1635. Theis pities herevnder mencioned are to be trans- 
ported to New England : imbarqued in the Elizabeth of London W" Stagg 
M' bound thither : they haue taken the oath of Allegeance and Supremacie 
pV Cert: from the p'ish of St. Alphage Cripple gate the Minister there. 

W» Holdred Tanner 25 Daniell Brodley 20 

Roger Preston Tanner 21 Isack Studman 30 

That theis 3 p'ties p'rd. are no Subsedie men : wee whose names here- 
vnto are written belonging to Blackwell Hall, do averr they are none. 

Robte fiarronds 
Thomas Smith 

Theis pities herevnder written are to be transported in tho Planter : 
p'rd. p'r Cert: from the minister of Kingston vpon Thames in the County 
of Surrey of their conformitie and y^ they are no Subsedy men. 

Palmer Tingley* A Miller 21 

W» Butterick An ostler 20 

Tho: Jernell A Miller 27 



ix^ Aprilis 1635. In the Elizabeth de London p'rd M' WillS Stagg 
bound for New England : Theis vnder written names have brought Cert: 

* I have no question as to this name, thongh tho 7* is imperfectly made. 



20 THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 

from ye Minister of Hauckust* in Kent : and Attestation from two Justices 
of Peace being conformable to the Church of England and that they are 
no Subsedy men : 

James Hosmer A Clothier 28 John Ston 40 

Ann Hosmer vxor 27 Edward Gold 28 

Marie Hosmer 2 ) two Geo: Russell 19 

Ann Hosmer 3 mo, ) children Jo: Mussell 15 
Marie Dounard 24 } two 
Marie Martin 19 I servants 



Nono die Aprilis 1635. In the Raboca M"" Jo Hodges, bound for New 
England. 

Jacob Welsh husbandman 32 

Geo: Woodward 35 

Theis vnder written names are to be transported to New England im- 
barqued in the Rabccca p'rd. 

Elizabeth Winchell 52 W™ Swayne aged 16 

Jo: Winchell 13 ffrancis Swayne 14 



17th Aprill 1635. In the Eliza and Ane M' Ro. Cowpert to New 

England. 

Thomas Hedsall 47 yeres. 



In the Encrease of London, M' Robert Lea vrs New England. 

Geo: Bacon t 43 yers Eliza: Ward a maid servant 38 

Samuell 12 \ children of the Rebecca 18") 

Joh: 8 > said Mason Dorothy 11 I Children of the 

Susan 10 ) [Bacon.] Nathaniel! 8 V said Tho: 

Tho: Jostling Husbandman 43 Eliza 6 I Jostlin 

Rebecca his wife 43 Mary 1 J 

X** Aprilis, 1635. Theis vnder written names are to be transported in 
the Planter p'rd. Nic® Traricc M' bound for New England p'r Cert, of the 

* Ilawkherst then, now Hawkhnrst. 
t Cooper elsewhere, but here it is Cowper. 

X First written Mason, and afterwards erased and Bacon substituted ; but the clerk 
omitted to do the same for the children. 
4 See pedigree of Joseljrne, in Register, vol. xiv. pp. 15, 16. 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 21 

Minister of Sudburie in Sufiblk and from the Maior of the Towne of his 
conformitie to the orders and disciph'ne of the Church of England and 
that he is no Subsedy man ; he hath taken the oath of AUeg: dc Suprem: 

40 

Martha vxor 42 Elizabeth Coop 24 

Marie Haffell 17 1 Jo: Smith 13 

Sara Haffell 14 | „. .,„._r Job Hawkins 15 

Martha Haffell 
Rachell Haffell 
Kuth Haffell 

In the Plantei* p'rd: Theis vnder names are to be transported to New 
England: 

Eglin Hanford 46 Rodolphus Elmes* 15 

Margaret Hanford ) 2 dau- i 16 Tho: Stansley 16 

Eliz: Hanford ) ghters \ 14 



"Jurr 


ier 54 


Alice Smith 




42 


Elizabeth Coop 


17^ 




Jo: Smith 


14 

8 


5 daugh' 


Job Hawkins 


6 


ters 




3 







In the Elizabeth of London: W" Stagg M' bound for New England. 
Wilis Wild 30 Peter Thome 20 Alice Wild 40 



xj° die Aprilis, 1635. In the Eliz: pred. w" Stagg M' bound for New 

England: the p^ies vnder written have brought Certificate according to 
order. 

W» Whitteredd, carpenter 36 Jo: Wild 17 

Elizabeth vxor 30 Samuel Haieward 22 

Tho: whittredd sonn 10 Jo: Duke 20 
Jo: Cluffe 22 



In the Planter p'rd: Theis vnder written names are to be transported 
to New England p'r Certificate according to order. 

Sara Pittnei ^ Margaret Pitnei 22 

Sara Pittnei 
Sam veil Pittney 



Sara Pittnei "^ I o Ch'ld Rachell Deane 31 

^2 ) 



* Settled in Scitaate. See Deane's History of Sdtuate. His wife was Catharine, 
dan. of John Whitcomb, whom he married in 1644. Their ninth child, Rodolphus, b. 

1 668, settled in Middleboroagh, had wife Bethiah , and son Elkanah. This son 

had nine children. 



22 THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 

xiij^ Aprilis 1635. Id the Elizabeth aod Ann M' Roger Coop bouad for 
New Eoglaod per Cert: from the Maior of Evesham io com Worr and 
from the Mioister of y« p'ish of their Conformitie 

Margerie Washboro 49 

Jo: Washborne ) i ^^ 

Phillipp Washborne ^ «>ns j n 



In the Elizabeth de Lo.* W" Stagg M' prd. theis vnder written names 
brought Cert: from the Minister of St. Saviors Southwark of their con- 
formitie 

17 

12 

20 

2 

The vnder written named is to be imbarqued in y« Increase Robert Lea 
M' bound for New England p'r Cert: from Billerecay in Essex from the 
Minister of ye p'ish that he is no Subsedy man. 



4 children 



Tho: Millet 


30 


Joshua Wheat 


Maria Millet vxor 


29 


Jo: Smith 


Versula Greenoway 


32 


Ralph Chapman 


Henrie Bull 


19 


Tho Millet 



W" Rusco hushandman 


41 


Sara Rusco 


9 


et vxor Rebecca 


40 


Marie Rusco 


7 






Samvel Rusco 


5 






W- Rusco 


1 



In the Increase, prd. Theis vnder written names are to be transported 
to New England: p'r Cert: from All Sts Staynings,t Mark Lane of their 
Conformitie to tho Church of England 

Tho: Pago A Taylor 29 Edward Spurkes 22 i 2 ser- 

Elizabeth Page vxor 28 Kat: Taylor 24 } vants 



Tho: Pago 2\ « r -i j 

LT 4i D ^ w 2 children 
Kathenn Pago 1 ) 



Tho Elizabeth and Ann Roger Coop M'. Theis pUies herevnder ex- 
pressed are to be imbarqued for New England having taken the oaths of 



* de fjo, of London. London ii often abbroviatcd bo, and sometimes Lor: ZoA., &c. 

t AUhaUom Sta>'ninfi:, probably. It escaped the f^at fire of 1666. In 1630 it was 
rp|Miircil and beautified, bat not long after the fire, " it fell all down suddenly." Slrype'i 
iStow*a /xmthm. It was anciently called the sione church ; hence stane or stayning. Ibid. 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 



23 



Allegeance and Supremacie and likewise brought Certificate both from the 
Ministers and Justices where their abjdinges were latlie, of their conformitie 
to the discipline and orders of the Church of England and y* they are no 
Subsedy Men. 



Robert Hawkynns hush. 


25 


Tho: Hubbard 


10 


Jo: Whitney 


35 


Tho: Eaton 


1 


Jo: Palmerley 


20 


Marie Hawkynns 


24 


Richard Martin 


12 


Ellen Whitney 


30 


Jo: Whitney 


11 


Abigail Eaton 


35 


Richard Whitney 


9 


Sara Cartrack 


24 


Nathaniell Whitney 


8 


Jane Dainand 


9 


Tho: Whitney 


6 


Mary Eaton 


4 


Jonathan Whitney 


1 


Marie Broomer 


10 


Nic® Sension 


13 


Mildred Cartrack 


2 


Henry Jackson 


29 


Joseph Alsopp 


14 


W«» Hubbard 


35 







In the Suzan and Ellin, Edward Payne M^. for New England. Theis 
p'ties herevnder expressed have brought Certificate from the Minister and 
Justices of their Conformitie and that they are no Subsedy men. 

John Procter husb: 
Martha Procter 
John Procter 
Marie Procter 
Alice Street 
Walter Thornton hueb: 
Joanna Thornton 
John North 
Mary Pynder 
ffrancis Pynder 
Marie Pynder 
Joanna Pinder 
Anna Pynder 
Katherin Pinder 
Jo: Pynder 
Bichard Skofield 
Edward Weeden 
George Wilby 
Hichard Hawkins 
Tho: Parker 
Symon Burd 



40 


Jo: Mansfield 


34 


28 


Clement Cole 


30 


3 


Jo: Jones 


20 


1 


W™ Burrow 


19 


28 


Phillip Atwood 


13 


36 


W™ Suowe 


18 


44 


Edward Lumus 


24 


20 


Richard Saltonstall hush: 


23 


53 


Merriall Saltonstall 


22 


20 


Merriall Saltonstall 9 months 


17 


Tho: Wells 


30 


14 


Peter Coop 


28 


12 


W» Lambart 


26 


10 


Samvel Podd 


25 


8 


Jeremy Belcher 


22 


22 


Marie Clifford 


25 


22 


Jane Coe 


30 


16 


Marie Riddlesden 


17 


15 


Jo: Pellam 


20 


30 


Mathew Hitchcock 


25 


20 


Elizabeth Nicholls 


25 



24 THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 



Tomazin Carpenter 
Ann fibwie 



Edmond Gordcn 
Tho: Sydlie 
Margaret Leach 
Marie Smith 
Elizabeth Swayne 



35 


Grace Bewlie 


30 


25 


Ann Wells 


20 


18 
22 


Dyonis Tayler 
Hanna Smith 


48 
30 


22 
21 


Jo: Buckley 
W» Buttrick 


15 

18 


16 







15 May 1635. Penelopy Pellam 16 yers to passe to her brothers 
plantaco. 

xiiij^ Aprilis 1635. In the Increase of London Mi" Robte Lea bounde 
for New England. Theis haue taken the oathes of Allegeance and Su- 
premacye, and haue brought Certificat of their conformity w^^ are this 
day filed. 

I Robert Cordell Gouldsmith in 
yLimheri* street sent them a 



Samuell Andrews 


37 


Robte Naney 


22 


Robte Sankey 


30 


James Gibbins 


21 



I Way. 



Also Jane the wife of the bouesaid Saml Andrewes 30 

Ellyn Lougie her Seruante aged 20 

Jane Andrewes her daughter aged 3 

Elizabeth Andrewes her daughter 2, 

All for new land in the Increase aforesaid. 



xvth Aprill, 1635. In the Eliza, de Lond. W» Stagg vrs New England. 
Theis p^tis haue taken oathe of Allegeance and of Supremacy before S^ 
W» Whitimort S' Nich*» Ranton. 

Rich. Walker 24 Tho Lettyne 23 

Jo^ Beamond 23 Job: Johnson 23 

W« Beamond 27 WillS Walker 15 



15 Aprill, 1635. In the Eliza: and Anne de Lond. Roger Cooper vrs 
New England. 

Percy Kinge, 24 yers, a maid seruant to M"" Ro: Crowley. 

* So the MS. ; no donbt Lombard St., noted for jewellers. 

* Easily taken for Whitmore, as tho last t is not dotted ; nor are half of that letter 
dotted in the whole MS. 



ff': 






THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 



25 



In ihe Eliza: de Lond. W"* Stagg vers New England James Walker 
15 yers and Sarra Walker 17 yers sernte to Jn® Browne Baker and to on 
W" Bracey Hnnen drop in Cheapside Lond. p'r cert, of their Conformitie. 



viij** Aprilis 1635. Theis vnder written names are to be transported to 
New England imbarqued in the Increase de Lo. Robert Lea M^, The 
pHe pred having brought Certificates from the minister Justices of y^ 
Peace of his conformitie to the Church of England. 



Tho: Bloggett Glover 
Suzun Bloggett vxor 



30 Daniell Blogget 
37 Samvell Blogget 



4 ) 2 chil 
1^ ) dren. 



In the Increase p'rd. The p'tie vnder written hath brought Certificate 
from the Minister of Wapping and from two Justices of peace of his 
Conformitie to y« Church of England to passe in y© said ship for New 
England. 

Tho: Chittingden Lynnen I g, Isack Chittingden 10 I q ck'ld «n 

wever ] Hen: Chittingden 6 ) 

Rabecca Chittingden vxor 40 



Theis vnder written names are to be transported to New England im- 
barqued in the Suzan and Ellin Edward Payne M'. The pUies have 
brought Certificates from y« Ministers and Justices of the peace of they 
are no Subsedy men : and are conformable to y« orders and discipline of 
tHe Church of England. 



} 



3 Chil 
dren. 



Ralph Hudson A drap. 
Marie Hudson vxor 
Hanna Hudson 
Eliz: Hudson 
Jo: Hudson 
Tho: Briggham 
Ben: Thwing 
Ann Gilson* 
Judith Kirk 
Jo: More 
Henry Knowles 
Greo: Richardson 



5^. 
vaiUs, 



Ben: Thomlins 18 

Edward Tomlins 30 

Barbara Fford 16 

Joan Broomer 13 

Richard Brooke 24 

Tho: Brooke 18 

Symon Crosby Hushandm: 26 

Ann Crosby vxor 25 
Tho: Crosby child 8 weeks 

Rich: Rowton Hushandm: 36 

Ann Rowton vxor 36 

Edmond Rowton child 6 



* If tliis name is GilsUm (and I know it is not) we should transcribe HvdsUm, Aiher- 
sion, &c. 

4 



26 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW KNGL/lfND. 



Percivall Greene Husbandm: 32 
Ellin Green vxor 32 

Jo: Trane > „ o . f 25 

Margaret Dix J ^ ^'^^''^' \ 18 
Jo: Atherson 24 



Ann Blason 
Ben: Buckley 
Daniell Buckley 
Jo: Corrington 
Mary Corrington 



27 
11 
9 
33 
33 



XV** Aprilis, 1635. Theis p'ties hereafter expiessed are to be trans- 
ported to New England in ye Increase Robert Lea M'': having taken the 
oathes of AUegeance and Supremacie : As also being conformable to the 
Government and discipline of the Church of England whereof they brought 
testimony p'r Cert, from y® Justices and ministers where there abodes 
have latlie been, (viz.) 



Samvell Morse Husbm: 


50 


Anna Payne 


40 


Elizabeth Morse vxor 


48 


W" Payne 


10 


Joseph Morse 


20 


Anna Payne 


5 


Elizabeth Daniell 


2 


Jo: Payne 


3 


Philemon Dalton A Lynnen 




Daniell Payne 8 weeks 


weauer 


45 


James Bitton 


27 


Hanna Dalton vxor 


35 


W" Potter 


25 


Samvel Dalton 


^ 


Elizabeth Wood 


38 


\V» White 


14 


Elizabeth Beardes 


24 


Marthaw Marvyn Husbandm 


;35 


Suzan Payne 


11 


Elizabeth Marvynn vxor 


31 


Aymes Gladwell 


16 


Elizabeth Marvinn 


31 


Phobe Perce 


18 


Mathew Marvynn 


8 


Henry Crosse Carpenter 


20 


Marie Marvynn 


6 


Tho: Kilborne Husb: 


55 


Sara Marvynn 


3 


fiVancis Kilborne vxor 


50 


Hanna Marvynn 


i 


Margaret Kilborne 


23 


Jo: Warner 


20 


Lyddia Kilborne 


22 


Isack More 


13 


Marie Kilborne 


16 


Samvell Ireland Carpenter 


32 


ffrancis Kilborne 


12 


Marie Ireland vxor 


30 


Jo: Kilborne 


10 


Martha Ireland 


^ 


James Roger 


20 


Wiii Buck Phwrite 


50 


Richard Nunn 


19 


Roger Buck 


18 


Tho Barret 


16 


Jo: Davies A Joyner 


29 


Jo: Hackwell 


18 


Abram flleming Husband: 


40 


Symon Ayres Chirttrgion 


48 


Jo: ffokar Husb: 


21 


Dorothy Ayres 


38 


Tho: Parish Clothier 


22 


Marie Ayres 


15 


John Owdie 


17 


Tho: Ayres 


13 


W" Houghton Butcher 


22 


Symon Ayres 


11 


Willm Payne Husb: 


37 


Rabecca Ayres 


9 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 



27 



Jane Rawlin 

Symon Stone Hushm: 

Joan Stone vxor 

firancis Stone 1 

Ann Stone 1 

Symon Stone > Children 

Marie Stone J 

Jo: Stone J 5 weeks 

Christian Ay res 



Anna Ayres 5 

Benjamin Ayres 3 

Sara Ayres 3 months 

Steven Vpson A Lawyer 23 
Jo: Wyndell* 
Isack Worden ') 
Nathaniell Wood I 5^- 
Elizabeth Streaton [vants, 
Marie Toller 3 




17 Aprilis 1635. Theis p'ties herevnder expressed are to be transport- 
ed to New England imbarqued in y« Elizabeth W™ Stagg M^ Cert, from 
the Minister and Justices of the Peace of their Conformitic to the Church 
of England, they have taken the oaths of Allegeance and Suprcmacie. 



James Bate Husb: 


53 


Mary Smith JiHa 


15 


Alice Bate 


52 


Peter Gardner 


18 


Lyddia Bate 


20 


W» Hubbard 


35 


Marie Bate 


17 


Rachel I Bigg 


6 


Margaret Bate 


12 


Patience fibster 


40 


James Bate 


9 


Hopestill fibster 


14 


Edward Bullock Husb: 


32 


fiTrancis White 


24 


Elizabeth Stedman 


26 


Joan Sellin 


50 


Nathaniell Stedman 


5 


Ann Sellin 


7 


Isack Stedman 


1 


Edward Loomis 


27 


Robert Thornton 


11 


Jo: Hubbard 


10 


Margaret Davies 


32 


Jo: Davies 


9 


Elizabeth Davies 


1 


Marie Davies 


4 


Dorothy Smith 


45 


Jo: Browne 


40 



The p'tie herevnder named with his wife and children is to be trans- 
ported to New England imbarqued in the Elizabeth and Ann, Willm 
Cooper M*". bound thither the p'tie hath brought testimonie from the min- 
ister of his conformitie to the orders and discipline of the Church of 
England and from the two Justices of peace y^ he hath taken the oaths of 
Allegeance and Supremacie. 

Alexander Baker 
Elizabeth Baker vxor 
Elizabeth Baker 



28 


Christian Baker 


1 


23 


Clement Chaplin 


48 


3 


W°» Swayne 


50 



* Possibly Wenddl, bat the MS. is perfectly plain WtfndeU, 



28 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 



27 April is, 1635. Theis vnder written names are to be transported to 
New England Roger Cooper M*". bound thither in the Elizabeth and Ann. 
The p'ties have brought Certificates from the Minister at Westminster and 
the Justices of the Peace, of his Conformitie ; the p'tie hath taken the oaths 
of Allcgeance and Supremacie. 

Richard Brocke -4 Carpenter 31 Daniell Preston 13 

Edward Sail 24 



29 Aprilis, 1635. These vnder written names are to be transported to 

New England imbarqued in the Elizabeth and Ann, Roger Coop"", M^. 

The p'ties have brought Certificate from the Minister of the p'ish and 

Justice of Peace of their conformitie to the orders and discipline of the 

Church of England and y^ they are no Subsedy men. 

9 

6 

4 

19 

21 

21 

16 

22 

ley Taylor 32 

r vxor 31 

4® Maij, 1635. Theis vnder written names are to be transported to 
New England imbarqued in the Eliz: and Ann p'rd. The p'ties have 
brought Certificate from the Minister and Justices of the Peace of their 
conformitie and that they are no Subsedy Men. 

Hen: Wilkinson A Tallow Chandler 25 

Robert Haus A Soape hoyler 19 



Rich Goard» 


17 


Robert Lord 


Tho: Lord A Smith 


50 


Aymie Lord 


Dorothy. Lord vxor 
James Cobbett 


46 
23 


Dorothy Lord 
W°» Samond 


Thomas Lord 


16 


Josias Cobbett 


Ann Lord 
W" Lord 


14 
12 


Jo: Holloway 
Jane Bennet 


John Lord 


10 


W° Reeve 


Joseph ffaber 
Tho: Ponndt 


26 
21 


Christopher Sti 
Suzanna Stanl 



Theis vnder written names are to be transported to New England : 
imbarqued in the Abigail, Richard Hackwell M"". The p'ties have brought 

* May as well be read Goarc as Goard ; for the terminal letter is e or d, and those 
letters are made exactly alike. The d is asoally made a little taller than the e ; but 
when nscd at the end of a word, and neither d nor e before occurring in the same word 
or name, it is not always possible to say which it is. 

t The MS. is undoubtedly Ponnt ; that being tho name understood by the clerk. It 
is nothing uncommon to find d and t thus confounded. 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 29 

Certificate from y« Minister and Justices of their conformitie to the orders 
and discipline of the Church of England. 

ThoiButtolph 32 Nathaniel Tylly 32 

Ann Buttolph vxor 24 Peter Kettell 10 

W*» ffuller 25 Tho: Steevens 12 

Jo: ffuller 15 Eliz: Harding 12 



6 Maij, 1635. Theis vnder written names are to be transported to 
New England, imbarqued in the Elizabeth and Ann, Roger Coop' M'. 
The p'ties have brought Cert: from the Ministers where their abodes were 
and from the Justices of Peace of their conformitie to the orders and 
discipline of the Church of England and y^ they are no Subsedy men : 
they have taken the oaths of Allegeance and Supremacie. 

Samvell Hull* 25 Rich Goard 17 

VV°» Swynden 20 W« Adams 15 

tJo: HalseyJ 24 f Henry CurtisJ 27 

Vyncent Potter 21 



viij** Maij, 1635. In the Elizabeth and Ann p'rd. Roger Coop' M«". 
Theis vnder written names are to be transported to New England im- 
barqued in the said shipp : They brought Cert: of their Conformitie to the 
Church of England and y^ they are no Subsedy men. 



John Wylie 


25 


George Orris 


21 


Jo: Thomson 


22 


Jo: Jackson 


27 


Edmond Weston 


30 


Elizabeth ffabin 


16 


Gamaliell Beomont 


12 


Grace Bulkley 


33 


Awdry Whitton 


45 







Nono die Maij, 1635. Theis vnder written names are to be transported 
to New England, imbarqued in ye Suzan and Ellin, Edward Payne M'. 
The p'ties haue brought Certificates from the minister of the p'ish of their 
conformitie to the Church of England, and that they are no Subsedy men: 
The p'ties haue taken the oaths of Allegeance and Supremacie. 

Peter Bulkley 50 Richard Brooke 24 

Tho: Brooke 20 Elizabeth Taylor 10 

Precilla Jarman 10 Ann Lieford 13 

* Certainly HuU in the original. t So miirked in the original MS.t 



30 THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 

In the Elizabeth and Ann p'rd. Roger Coop' M*". bound for New 
England. 

Robert Jeofferies 30 Suzan Browne 21 

Marie Jeofferies vxor 27 Robert Carr a Tayler 21 

Tho: Jefferics ) rh'1 ( '^ Calebb Carr 1 1 

Elizabeth Jefferies V ^'*"' { 6 Rich. White ) f 30 

Mary Jefferies j ^^' ( 3 Tho: Dane V Carpenters { 32 

HannaDay 20 W» Billiard j (21 



x'f Maij, 1635. Theis vnder written names are to be transported to 
New England imbarqucd in the Eliz. and Ann p'rd. The p'ties have 
brought Certificate from the Minister and Justices of Peace of their con- 
formitie to y® orders and discipline of the Church of England, and y* 
they are no Subsedy men. 

Willm Courser A Shoemaker 26 

Geo: Wylde A Husbandman 37 

Geo: Parker A Carpenter 23 



xij® Maij, 1635. In the Elizabeth and Ann, Roger Cooper, M"". bound 
to New England : Theis vnder written names are to be transported p'r 
Certificate from y® Minister of Bennandin* in Kent of their Conformitie 
to y« orders and discipline of y« Church of England. 



John Borden 


28 


Jeremy Whitton 


8 


Joan Borden vxor 


23 


Mathew Borden 


5 


Nic® Morecock 


14 


Eliz: Borden 


3 


Bennet Morecock 


16 


Thomas Whitton 


36 


Marie Morecock 


10 


Samvell Baker 


30 



14 Maij, 1635. Theis vnder written are to be transported to New 
England, imbarqued in the Elizabeth and Ann, Roger Cooper Mr. 
The p'ties haue brought Certificatt from the Minister of the p'ish of iheir 
Conformitie to the orders and discipline of the Church of England. 

Richard Sampson A Tayler 28 John Oldham 12 

Tho: Alsopp 20 Tho: Oldham 10 

Robt. Standy 22 

* Bcnendcn, in the Lathe of Scray, Rolverdcn Hundred. 



THB FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 31 

xv° Junij, 1635. Theis vnder written names are to be transported to 
New England : imbarqued in the Abigail de Lo: M*" H. Hackwell : The 
p'lie having brought Certificate from the minister of Thisselworth* of his 
conformitie to the orders and discipline of the Church of England. He 
hath taken the oaths of Allegiance and Supremacie. 

Dennis Geere 30 Anne Pancrust 16 

Elizabeth Geere vxor 22 Eliz: Tusolie 55 

Elizabeth Geere \ ^, .,, ( 3 Constant Wood 12 
Sara Geere } ^^^^^''^ } 2 



19 Junij, 1635. Theis vnder written names aro to be transported to 
New England imbarqued in y* Abigail: Hackwell M*" the p'ties having 
brought Certificate from the minister of the p'ish of the little Minories of 
his conformitie and opinion of the descepline of the Church of England. 

W» Tilly 28 Charles Jones 21 

Robert Whiteman 20 Liddia Browne 16 



Abord the James, Jo: May for N. England. 

Tho: Ewer Tayl^ 40 Sara Beale 28 

Sara Ewer 28 Elizabeth Newman 24 

Elizabeth Ewer 4 Jo: Skudder 16 

Tho: Ewer IJ 



xx^ June, 1635. Theis vnder written names are to be imbarqued in 
the Abbigaill de Lo. M' Hackwell, and bond to New England, haue taken 
oathe of Allegance and Supremacie and Conformitie to y« Ch** as pWit 
from Two Justices of Peace and minister of St. Lawrence in Essex : 

Henry Bullocke husbandman 40 Henry Bullocke \ r 8 

Susan Bullocke his wife ASl Mary Bullocke > Children I 6 

Tho: Bullocke j (2 



More xx^ 1635. In the Desire de Lond. Pearce, and bond for New 

* ThistdUm may be found mentioned in the Topographies of that time, bat no Thisde- 
worth or Thttsdworih. Thissdton then, and ThUUeton now, exist in Ratlandshiro. But 
hleworth in Middlesex was sometimes called ITuMdeworth. 



32 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 



Eng. pV Cert, fro ij Justices of Peace and minister of All Saintes* lionian 
in Northapton. 



W" Hoeman hushm: 40 

Winifred Hoeman his toife 35 
Alee Ashbey maid Servant 20 



Hanna Hoeman 
Jeremy Hoeman 
Mary Hoeman 
Sarah Hoeman 
Abraham Hoeman 



I 



J 



5 ChiU 
dren 



6 
4 
2 

u 



xx^^ June, 1635. In the Abbigall de Lond. Hackwell bAd for New 
England p'r Cert, fro of his Conformitie from Justices of Peace and 
minister Eaton Brayf in Com. Bedford. 

Joh: Houghton 4 yers old 



7 July, 1635. In the Defence de Lond: M^ Edmond Bostocke vrs. 
New England p'r Cert, fro ij Justices of Peace and ministers fro Dunsta- 
ble in Com Bedfordshire : 

10 
9 
8 
8 
4 

I 



Robert Longe Inholder 


45 


Anne 


Eliza: Longe his toife 


30 


Mary 


Luce Mercer A seruant 


18 


Rebecca 


Michell ] f 


20 


Joh: 


^™ \ckm^ 


18 
16 


Zachary 
Joshua 


Eliza J I 


12 






xx*h June, 1635. In the Defence de Lond. M' Pearce vers New 
England p'r Cert, fro two Justices of Peace and minister of Towcester in 
Com Northampton : 

Joh: Gould husbandman 25 Grace Gould his wife 25 



xxij June, 1635. In the Abbigall de Lond. Hackwell vers New England 
p'r Cert, fro minister of Craiebroke in Kent. 



* There were numerous churches in Northamptonshire called All Saints, bat none at 
any place bearing a name approaching to Lionian; and I am not able to make the 
record other than I have transcribed it. 

t Near, and to the west of Dunstable. 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 33 

Edw; White husbm: 42 Jo^: Allen husbm: 30 

Martha White his wife 39 Anne Allen his wife .30 

Martha White ) ^,...,j ( 10 Cert. Herrnhill* in Kent. 

8 



Martha White \ nuu ( 
Mary White ] ^^*^^^^^ { 



In the Abigail, p'r Cert, from Justice peace and minister of Stepney : — 

Geo: Hadborne Glover 43 Joseph Borebancke 24 

Anne Hadborne his wife 46 Joane Jorden 16 

Rebecca Hadborne ) Chil- i 10 Servants to Geo: Hadborne. 
Anna Hadborne j dn: \ 4 



22'*». In the Desire de Lond Edw: Boswell vrs New England p'r Cert, 
from S' Henry Mildmaye and minister of Baddow in Essex: 

Joh: Browne Taylor 27 Anne Leake 19 

Tho: Hart » his ser- i 24 

Mary Denny ) vants \ 24 



26 Junij, 1635. In the Abigail, Robert Hackwell M"" to New England 
p'r Cert, from Northton Tho: Martin, maior, and 2 Justices. 

Jo: Harbert shoemaker 23 4^** July Henry Somner 15 

Richard Adams 29 Eliza: Somner 18 

Suzan Adams 26 



17 Junij, 1635. Theis vnder written names are to be transported to 
New England, imbarqued in the Abigail, Robert Hackwell M«" p'r Cert, 
from the minister and Justices of Peace of their Conformitie, being no 
Subsedy men. They haue taken the oaths of Alleg: and Supremacy 
being all Husbandmen : 



Ralph Wallis 


40 


Robert Mere 


43 


Ralph Roote 


50 


Samvell Mere 


3 


Jn® ffreeman 


35 


Edmund Mailing 


40 


Walter Gutsall 


34 


Tho: Jones 


40 


Richard Graves 


23 


Geo: Drewrie 


19 



* Am not quite sure I have spelled this name as the Clerk intended to spell it, bat I 
am quite sure that he meant Hecamehill, as it should have been written in those days. 
Bat in these degenerate days it is written Hemhill — thas farther departing from what it 
took its name originally. 

5 



. V 



\ 



34 



TBB FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 



W" Marshall 


40 


Elizabeth Ellis 


16 


Thomas Knorc 


33 


Ellin Jones 


36 


John Holliock 


28 


Isacke Jones 


8 


George VVallis 


15 


Hester Jones 


6 


Rebecca Price 


14 


Tho: Jones 


3 


Marie ffreetnan 


50 


Sara Jones 


3 mo. 


Elizabeth Mere 


30 


Cesara Covell 


15 


Jo: ffreeman 


9 


Joan Wall 


19 


Sycillie ffreeman 


4 


W°^ Payne 


15 


Jo: West 


11 


Noelt Knorc 


29 


Mary Moninges 


30 


Sara Knore 


7 


Mary Monninges 


9 


Robt Driver 


8 


Anna Monnings 


6 


John Mere 


3 mo. 


Michelaliell* Moninges 


3 






In the Abigail p'red: p'r Ck 


irt: from the minister of their C 


'onformit 


id from the Justices that they 


are no 


Subsedy men : 




Christopher ffoster 


32 


John Rookeman 


45 


ffnincis ffoster vxor 


25 


Elizabeth Rook man 


31 


Rebecca ffoster "j 


r 5 


Jo: Rook man 


9 


Nathaniell ffoster > childn: < 


2 


Hugh Burt 


35 


Jo: ffoster ) 


1 


Ann Burt 


32 


Edward Ireson 


32 


W"' Bassett 


9 


\V"» Almond 


34 


Edward Burt 


8 


Mary Jones 


30 


Tho: ffreeman 


24 


Awdry Almond 


32 


W« Yates 


14 


Annis Almy 


8 


Elizabeth Ireson 


27 


Chri: Almie 


3 


Jo: ffox 


35 


John Strowde 


15 


Richard ffox 


15 


Edward Rainsford 


26 


Jo: Payne 


14 


Robt Sharp 


20 


Edmond ffreeman 


45 



Theis vnder written names are to be transported to New England 
imbarqued in the Blessing Jo: Lecester M^". the p^ies having brought Cert, 
from the minister and Justices of their conformitie being no Subsedy men, 
tooke yc oaths of AUcg: and Supremacic: 

* Notwithstanding the strangeness of this name the MS. is perfectly plain. See 
another version of it in Reg, i, 132. See also Reg, vii, 273 ; viii, 75 ; x, 176. 

t This chriMtian name I read Nod : hat it is impossible to be certain what it is. 
It may Im) the nick-name for Oliver. If so it is the earliest occurrence of its use known 
to me. The last letter was reformed, which b the cause of the indistinctness. 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 



35 



Wilis Cope 


26 


Sara Robinson 


n 


Richard Cope 


24 


Nico: Robertson 


30 


Thomas King 


21 


Jo: Mory 


19 


Jo: Stockbridge 


27 


Charles Stucbridge 


1 


Robert Saiewell 


30 


James Saiewell 


1 


W» Brooke 


20 


Jo: Robinson 


5 


Gilbert Brooke 


14 


Ann Stockbridge 


21 


Nathaniell Byham 


14 


Suzan Saiewell 


25 


Jo: Wassell 


10 


Ann Vassall 


42 


W. Vassall 


42 


Suzan Kins 


30 


Rich: More 


20 


Judith Vassall 


16 


Robert Turner 


24 


Sara Tynkler 


15 


Eliza: Holly 


30 


fTra: Vassall 


12 


Ann Vassal! 


6 


ThomazinMunson* 


14 


Margaret Vassall 


2 


Kat: Robinson 


12 


Mary Vassall 


1 


Mary Robinson 


7 


Elizabeth Robinson 


32 


Robt Onyon 


26 


29 Junij, 1635. Aboard 

ncrland • 


the Ab 


»igall, Robt. Hack well, M^". 


• 

for N« 


Joseph fHudd A Baker 


45 


Joseph fHudd 


i 


Jane fHudd vxor 


35 


Edward Martin 


19 


Elizabeth fHudd 


9 


Suzan Hathway 


34 


Obediah fHudd 


4 







vlti** Junii, 1635. Abourd the Abigail, Robert Hackwell M' p'r Cert 
from the minister of Stepney p'ish of their conformitie : and that they are 
no Subsedy men. 



Henry Collins starch maker 29 
Ann Collins vxcfr 30 

Henry Collins \ ( ^ 

Jo: Collins > children < 3 
Margery ) 12 



Joshua GrifHth 
Hugh Alley 
Mary Roote 
Jo Coke I 

Geo: Burdin j 






Seruants 




In the Abigail pVd pV Cert from the minister and Justices according to 
order. 



Edward ffountaine 
Ralph Sheppard 



28 Thankes Sheppard vxor 23 

29 Sara Shepperd daughter 2 



* Plainly as I have transcribed it. 



36 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 



Prime die Julij, 1635. In the Abigail p'red. 



Ann Gillam 


28 


John Cooke servant 


17 


Ben: Gillam so7in 


1 


Edward Belcher servant 


8 


Thomas Brane husbandm: 


40 


Ann Williams 


10 


Tho: Launder 


22 


Philip Drinker 


39 


William Potter hnsb: 


27 


Elizabeth Drinker vxor 


32 


ffrancis Potter vxor 


26 


Edward Drinker 


13 


Joseph Potter weeks 20 


Jo: Drinker 


8 


Ric»' Carr 


29 


Margt: Tucker 


23 


W" King 


28 


Ellncr Hillman 


33 


George Rum* 


25 


Jo: Terry 


32 


Jo: Stantley 


34 


Jo: Emerson 


20 


James Dodd 


16 


Rich Woodman 


9 


Mathew Abdy 


15 


Elizab: ffreeman 


12 


Edward ffreeman husb 


34 


Alice ffreeman 


17 


Elizabeth fTrceumn -vxor 


35 


Hugh Burt 


15 


Edward ffreeman 


15 


Annis Alcoock 


18 


John ffreeman 


8 


Tho: Thomson 


18 


Jo: Jones 


15 







Sccundo die Julij. In the Abigail pVd p'r Certificate from y« minister 
of Shoredilch p'ish and Stepney p'ish bound to New England. 



John Deyking 


28 


Alice Stecuens 


22 


Jesper Arnold 


40 


Magaret Devocion 


9 


Alice Deyking 


30 


Ruth Bushell 


23 


Ann Arnold 


39 







Theis vnder written names are to be transported to New England 
imbarqucd in the Defence, Tho: Bostock M"" the p'tie hath brought testi- 
mony from the Justices of Peace and ministers in Cambiidgc of his con- 
formitie to the orders and discipline of the Church of England : He hath 
taken y« oaths of Alleg: and Suprem: 



Adam Mott A Taylor 


39 


Jo: Mott 


■ 


ri4 


Sarah Mott vxor 


31 


Adam Mott 




12 


Henry Steevens mason 


24 


Jonathan Mott 


>► children « 


9 


John Shcppard Hushm: 


36 


Elizabeth Mott 


1 


6 


Margaret Sheppard 


31 


Mary Mott 


3 1 


. 4 


Tho: Sheppard 


mo 3 









* So the MS., and not Ram. 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 37 

In the Defence p'rd The: Bostock M"" for New England p'r Cert: from 
the minister of ffenchurch of his conformitie, &c. 

Tho: Boylson* 20 



4th July, 1635. In the Abbigall de Lo: p'r Cert, from the minister and 
Justices of peace of St 01 lives Southwark : 

Ralph Mason Joyner 35 Richard Mason \ ( b 

Anne Mason his wife 35 Samuel 1 Mason > children < 3 

Susan Mason ) ( 1 



In the Defence p'rd. 

Elizabeth ffrench 
Elizabeth ffrench 
Marie ffrench 


30 

6 

2i 


ffrancis ffrench 
Jo: ffrench 


10 
mo 5 



iiij July, 1635. In the Defence de Lond. M*" Thomas Bostocke, vrs 
New England p'r Cert: from the minister and Justices of peace of his 
Conformitie to y® Govmt. of Church of Engl** and no Subsedy man. 

Roger Harlakendent 23 toke oathe of Allegance and Supremacie. 

Eliza Harlakenden his wife 18 Mable Harlakenden his sister 21 

^AnneWood 23^ ,j^ , / e f W» ffrench 30 

Samuell Shepherd 22 I Jb^said Ro^ er \ ^^'^^ ^^^"^^ ^** wife^ 
Joseph Cocke 27 [ ->, , , , ^ \ Robert a man servant 

Geo: Cocke 25 J harlakenden. [g^ra Simes 30 

* There will be found a pedigree of Boylston in the Hist, and Antiqs. of Boston, 
p. 726. 

t In the risitation of Kent, 1574, Additional MSS, (B. M.) Vol. 5532, p, 58 6, is the 
following pedigp?ee : — 

John Harlakendon== 
of W arhom. | ^ Richard Londinoy8=p 

John, of Warhom =: 



Thomas =Mar7 da: of Richard Londinoys. Rooert. 

John, son and heir William, Elizabeth, da:>=Roger, dd»Elizabeth, da: 

2d son. ofHardres. | son. of Blechindon. 

Roger. Richard. Thomas. Mabell. 

Sabflcribed Roger Harlajpendon. 



38 THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 

Qth July. In the Defence de Lend M"" The: Bostocke vrs. New England. 

Joh: Jackson wholesale man in Burchen Lane 30 
P'r Cert, from S*" Geo: VVhitmore* and minister of y« p'ish. 



x^ July, 1635. In the Abigail, Richard Hackwell M' p'r Cert: from 
the minister and Justice of Peace of his conformitie to the Church of 
England and that he is no Subsedy man. 

John Wynthropp 27 Tho: Goad 15 

Elizabeth VVinthropp 19 Elizabeth Epps 13 

Deane VVinthropp 11 Mary Lyne 6 



In the Defence p'rd p'r Cert from the Justices and minister of his con- 
formitie in the Church of England : 

James ffitch A Taylor 30 Abigail ffitch vxor 24 



x'f Die July, 1635. Theis vnder written names are to bo transported 
to New England imbarqued in the Defence of London, Edward Bostock 
M' p'r certificate of his conformitie in Religion and that he is no Subsedy 
man. 

Richard Perk a miller 33 Isabell Perk 7 

Margery Perk 40 Elizabeth Perk 4 

Henry Duhurst 35 



14 July, 1635. In the Defence de Lend. M"" Edmond Bostocke vrs 

New England p'r Cert, from the minister : 

Robert Hill servant to iH' Craddocke 20 



xviij° July, 1635. Theis vnderwritten names to be transported to New 
England in the Pide Cowe p'r Cert: from the minister of his conformitie 
and from S*" Edward Spencer resident neere Branford that he is no Subse- 
dy man : hath taken the oathes of Alleg: and Suprem. 

William Harrison 55 W» Baldin 9 

Joh Baldin 13 



Theis vnder written names arc to be transported to N. England im- 



* The same spelt Whittimor in a previous page. 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 



39 



barqucd in the defence p'red. p'r Cert: from the ministers and Justices of 
their conformitie and y^ they are no Subsedy men : 



Sara Jones 
Sara Jones 
Jo: Jones 
Ruth Jones 
Theophilus Jones 
Rabccca Jones 
Eliz: Jones 
Tho: Donn 
Suzanna ffarebrother 
Eliza ffennick 
W"* Sawkynn 
W. Hubbard Hu,b: 
Judith Hubbard 
John Hubbard 
VV°» Hubbard 
\V°» Read 
Mabel 1 Read 
George Read 
Ralph Read 
Justice Read 
Dorothie Knight 
Nathaniel! Hubbard 
Richard Hubbard 
Martha Hubbard 



34 Mary Hubbard 

15 Robert Colburne 

11 Edward Colborne 

7 Dorothie Adams 

3 (Francis Nutbrowne 
2 W«» Williamson 

i Marie Willmson 

25 Luce Mercer 

25 Jo: ffitch 

25 Penelope Darno 

25 Martha Banes 

40 Jasper Gonn 

25 Ann Gonn 

15 ffebe Maulder 

13 Sym: Roger 

48 Jo: Jenkynn 

30 Robert Keyne 

6 Eliz. Steere 

5 Sarah Knight 
mo. 18 Ann Keyne 

30 Ben: Keyne 

6 Jo: Burtes 

4 Mary Bentley 
22 



20 
28 
17 
24 
16 
25 
23 
19 
14 
29 
20 
29 
25 
7 
20 
26 
40 
18 
50 
38 
16 
29 
20 



13 July, 1635. Theis vnder written names are to be transported to N. 
England imbarqued in the James, Jn** May M'' for N: E: p'r Cert: from the 
minister of their conformity in Religion and that they are no Subsedy men. 



W« Ballard husb: 


32 


Rich. Terry 


17 


Elizabeth Ballard 


26 


Tho: Marshall 


22 


Hester Ballard 


2 


W™ Hooper 


18 


Jo: Ballard 


1 


Edmond Johnson 


23 


Alice Jones 


26 


Samvel Bennet 


24 


Eliza GofTe 


26 


Rich Palmer 


29 


Edmond Bridges* 


23 


Anto Bessy 


26 


Michell Milner 


23 


Edw: Gardner 


25 


Tho: Terry 


28 


W™ Colbron 


16 


Robert Terry 


25 


Henry Bull 


25 



* See Pedigree in New England Hist, and Gen. Register, viii, 252. 



40 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 



Salomon Martin 


16 


Nic. Goodhue clothtoorker 


60 


W°^ Hill wheele write 


70 


Jane Goodhue 


58 


Nic** Buttry " 


33 


John Johnson 


26 


Martha Buttry 


28 


Suzan Johnson 


24 


Grace Buttry 


1 


Eliza: Johnson 


2 


Jo: Hart shoemaker 


40 


Tho: Johnson mo 18 


Mary Hart 


31 


Ralph ffarman Barber 


32 


Henry Tybbot shoemaker 


39 


Alice ffarman 


28 


Elizabeth Tybbott 


39 


Mary ffarman 


7 


Jercnny Tybbott 


4 


Tho ffarman 


4 


Samvell Tybbot 


2 


Ralph ffarman 


2 


Remembrance Tybbott 


28 







Theis vnder written names arc to be transported to N. England im- 
barqued in the Blessing, John Lester M*". the p'ties have brought Cert: 
from the ministers and Justices of their conformitie in Religion and that 
they are no Subsedy men. 



Jo: Jackson Fisherman 
Margaret Jackson 
John Jackson 
Jo: Manifold 
John Burules 
Jo: ffitch 
Nic° Long 
Christian Buck 
Barnabie Davies 
Suzan Danes 
Robert Lewes 
Eliz: Lewes 
Edward Ingram 
Henry Beck 
Jo: Hathoway 
Richard Sexton 
Mary Hubbard 



40 Mary Sprall 

36 Rich. Hallingworth 

2 Suzan Hallingworth 

17 Christian Hunter 
26 Eliz: Hunter 

14 Tho: Hunter 

19 W« Hunter 

26 W°» HoUingworth 

36 Rich Hallingworth 

16 Suzan Hallingworth 

28 Eliz: Hallingworth 

22 Tho: Trentum 

18 Tho: Bigges 
18 Jo: Brigges 
18 Robt. Lewes* 
14 Eliz: Lewes* 
24 



20 

40 

30 

20 

18 

14 

11 

7 

4 

2 

3 

14 

13 

20 

28 

22 



Theis vnder written names arc to be transported to New England im- 
barqued in the Love, Joseph Young M^. 



Willm Cherrall Baker 
Vrsula Cherrall 



26 Jo: Harman 
40 ffrancis Harman 



12 
43 



* It is not probable that there were two Lewises named Robert, and two named EUz: 
of afnes 28 and 22 roflpectively, but such is the Record. 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 41 

Sara Harman 10 Williri Browne Fisherman 26 

Walter Parker 18 Mary Browne 26 



23 July. Theis vnder written nanne is to be transportd to New 
England imbarqued in the Pide Cowe M*" Ashley the p'ty hath brought 
Certificate of his conformitie in Religion and Attestacoo from the Justices 
that he is no Subsedy man : 

Robert Bills Husb: 32 



28 July, 1635. Theis p'sons herevnder expressed are to be transport- 
ed to New England imbarqued in the Hopewell of London, Tho: Babb, 
M' p'r Certificate from the minister of St Giles, Cripplegate, that they are 
conformable to the Church of England. The men have taken the oaths 
of Allegeance and Supremacie. 

Thomas Tredwell A Smith 30 Tho: Blackly 20 

Mary Tredwell 30 Tho: Tredwell 1 



xjth Aug'^ 1635. In the Batcheler de Lo: M' Tho: Webb vers New 
England : 

Lyon Gardner 36 Eliza: Coles* their maid sert, 23 

Mary Gardner his wife 34 W°* Jope 40 

Who are to passe to new England, haue brought Cert: of their Con- 
formitie. 



21 Aug" 1635. In the Hopewell de Lo: M' Babb vrs New England : 

Henry Maudsley 24 

Hath brought Cert, from the minister of his Conformitie hath taken the 
oathe of Allegeance. 

xj** Sept: 1635. Theis vnder written names are to be transported to 
New England imbarqued in the Hopewell p'r Cert: from the ministers 
and Justices of their conformitie in Religion to o^ Church of England : 

* The MS. cannot be mistaken. 



42 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 



and yt they are no Subsedy 


men. 


They have taken y« oaths of 


Alle 


and Suprem : 








W"» Wood Husb: 


27 


Isack Heath Harms* maker 


50 


Elizabeth Wood 


24 


Elizabeth Heath 


40 


Jo: Wood 


46 


Elizabeth Heath 


5 


Robert Chambers 


13 


Martha Heath 


30 


Tho Jn**son 


25 


VV"> Lyon 


14 


Marie Hubbard 


24 


Grace Stokes 


20 


Jo: Kerbie 


12 


Katherin Hull 


23 


Jo: Thomas 


14 


Mary Clark 


16 


Isack Robinson 


15 


Jo: Marshall 


14 


Ann Williamson 


18 


Joan Grave 


30 


Jo: Weekes Tanner 


26 


Mary Grave 


26 


Marie Weekes 


28 


Joan Clevin 


18 


Anna Weekes 


1 


Edmond Chippfield 


20 


Suzan VVithie 


18 


Marg With 


62 


Robert Bay lie 


23 


Tho: Bull 


25 


Marie Wiihic 


16 


Joseph Miller 


15 


Samvel Itounglovc 


30 


Jo: Prier 


15 


Margaret Younglove 


28 


Richard Hutlcy 


15 


Samvel Younglove 


1 


Daniell Prjer 


13 


Andrew Hulls 


29 


Robert Edwardes 


22 


Anthony fTreeman 


22 


Robert Edye 


25 


Twiford West 


19 


Walter LLoyd 


27 


Roger Toothaker 


23 


Ellin Leaves 


17 


Margaret Toothaker 


28 


Alice Albon 


25 


Roger Toothaker 


1 


Barbary Rofe 


20 


Robert Withie 


20 


Jo: fforten 


14 


Henrie Ticknall 


15 


Gabriell Rcldt 


18 



xix Sept. 1635. Theis vnder written names arc to be transported to 
New England imbarqued in the Truelove, Jo: Gibbs, M' the men liave 
taken the oathes of Alleg: and Suprem: 



Thomas Bui chord laboring 

man 40 

Mary Burchard 38 



Elizabeth Burchard 
Marie Burchard 
Sara Burchard 



13 

12 

9 



* Probably arrns maker. The MS. is clear as I liave copied it. It was not ancom- 
mon in those days for English peo])lo to add the h to sach wonls in writing, ns many 
do yet in talking, as hit for it, &c. 

t Possibly Relc. If so tlic final e is rather tall. 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 



43 



Suzan Burchard 


8 


Obediah Hawes 


mo 6 


Jo: Burchard 


7 


Ralph Ellwood 


28 


Ann Burchard mc 


> 18 


Geo: Tayler 


31 


Peter Place . 
W" Beeresto- ^Ja^^J^^*^ 


20 


Elizabeth Jenkins 


27 


23 


Win Preston 


44 


Geo: Beeresto - ^A^^ ti^^ 


21 


Marie Preston 


34 


Edward Howe hushandm: 


60 


W"» Bentley 


47 


Elizabeth Howe 


50 


Alice Bentley 


15 


Jeremie Howe 


21 


Margaret Killinghall 


20 


Sara Howe 


12 


Jo: Bentley 


17 


Ephraim Howe 


9 


Tho: Stockton 


21 


Isacke Howe 


7 


Geo: Morrcy 


23 


W'" Howe 


6 


Richard Swayne 


34 


Jo: Sedgwick 


24 


Sarah Haile 


11 


Jeremy Blackwell 


18 


Samvel Grover 


16 


Lester Gunter 


13 


Eliz: Preston 


11 


Zacharia Whitman 


40 


Sara Preston 


8 


Sara Whitman 


25 


Marie Preston 


6 


Zacha: Whitman 


2i 


Jo: Preston 


3 


Rabecca ffenner 


25 


W™ Joes* 


28 


Tho: Tibbaldes 


20 


Robert Browne 


24 


Thomas Sterte 


15 


Tho: Blower 


50 


Jo: Streme 


14 


Edward JeofTeries 


24 


Ralph Tomkins Hush: 


50 


John Done 


16 


Kat: Tomkins vxor 


58 


Roger Broome 


17 


Elizabeth Tomkins 


18 


Dorothie Lowe 


13 


Marie Tomkins 


14 


Jo: Simpson 


30 


Samvel Tomkins 


22 


Tho: Brighton 


31 


Richard Hawes 


29 


Tho: Rumball 


22 


Ann Hawes 


26 


Edward Parrie 


24 


Anna Hawes 


t 


Jane Walston 


19 



A small parchment volume (also in the Rolls Office) labelled on tho 
cover " T G 27.979 ^ A D 1637—13 Car. I" is occupied with a record 
of persons " desirous to pass beyond seas." Its upper right hand corner 
has been destroyed, by which much of the record is gone. It consists of 
but sixteen written leaves, and much the greatest portion of them is 
taken up with the names of persons going into Holland. It was originally 



* loes or Joes. I cannot torture it into lits. 



44 THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 

a beautiful document, all in a splendid hand. What is not destroyed of 
the title of the volume is 

" A Register of the 

of such persons a --.-- 

and vpwards and haue 

to passe into forraigne partes 

March 1637 to the 29^'» day of Septe - 
by vertu of a commission granted to 
M'' Thomas Mayhew gentleman." 

The above extract will convey some notion of the extent of the injury 
which tlie book has received, from fire, acid or rats; probably acid. 
The first entry is as follows : — 

" March 28, 1637. The Examenation of Edmund Knappe : borne in 
great Killingham and there dewling, gent, aged 25 yeares, is desirous to 
passe into holland to sarue the States." 

I will note only a few others not going to New England. 

Wright. — Isacke, to go to layden in holland, there to inhabit. He was 
of Norwich in Norfolk, was born there, but his age the acid has destroyed. 
He was a single man. 

Page. — Anne, wife of Robart Page to go to holland to see her friends 
and to return. 

RoBENsoN. — John, of Rye in Suffolk, aged 22, tayler, to pass to Rot- 
terdam to seek of his trade and to rctorne. 

Browne. — John, borne in Norwich, gent, aged 55 trauiles into the 
Lowe Cuntres as Post for Letters and other wyes and retornes as his 
byssencs p'mts. 

About four pages are filled with similar entries, and then comes the 
following: — 

" These people went to New England with William Andrews of Ipswich, 
M' of the John and Dorethay of Ipswich, and with William Andrewes his 
Sone M"" of the Rose of Yarmouth. 

" A prill 8»'» 1637. The examinaction of John Baker borne in Norwich 
in NorfTolcke, Grocar aged 39 yeres, and Elizabeth his wife aged 31 
yeares with 3 Children, Elizabeth, John and Thomas, and 4 Saruants, 



THK FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 45 

Marey Alxarson,aged 24 yeares, Anne Alxarson, aged 20 yeares, Bridgett 
Boulle aged 32 yeares and Samuell Arres aged 14 yeares ar all desiroues 
lo goe for Charles Towne in New England ther to inhabltt and remaine. 

" Aprill 8^^ 1637. The examinaction of Nicho: Busbie of Norwich in 
NorfT. weauer, aged 50 yeares and Bridgett his wife aged 53 yeares with 
4 children, Nicho : John : Abraham : and Sarath : are desirous to goe to 
boston in New England to inhabit. 

" Aprill 8^h 1637. The examinaction of Michill Metcalfe of Norwich, 
Dornix,* weauear, aged 45 yeares and Sarraih his wif, aged 39 yeares 
with 8 Children, Michill : Thomas: Marey : Sarrah : Elizabeth : Martha: 
Joane : and Rebeca : and his Saruant Thomas Comberbach, aged 16 
yeares, are desirous to passe to boston in New England to inhabit. 

" Aprill S^h 1637. The examinaction of John Pers of Norwich in 
Norff. weauear aged 49 yeares and Elizabeth his wife aged 36 yeares 
with 4 children, John : Barbre : Elizabeth and Judeth, and one seruant, 
John Gedney, aged 19 yercs, are desirous to passe to boston in New 
England to inhabit. 

" April S'b 1637. The examinaction of William Ludken of Norwich 
in Norff. Locksmith, ther borne, aged 33 yeares, and Elizabeth his wife 
aged 34 yeares, with one child and one Seruant, Thomas Homes, are 
desirous to. goe to Bostone in Newe England, there to inhabit and re- 
maine." 

The two next entries are partly gone. 

" - - - - of Norwich in Norff. cordwaynar, aged 28 years and 

with 4 children, Samuel, John, Elizabeth, and Debra, 

aged 18 yeres, and Anne Williams, aged 15 yeres 

England to Inhabitt. 

" - ncis Lawes, born in Norwich in Norff. and thar liuing, weauer, aged 
- - - idda his wife aged 49 yeares with one child Marey and 2 seruants, 
Samuell Lincorne aged 18 yeares and Anne Smith, aged 19 yeares ar 
desirous to passe for New England to inhabitt. 

" - - - The examinaction of William Nickerson of Norwich in 
Norff. weauear aged 33 yeares and Anne his wife aged 28 yeares with 4 

* Domick, a kind of stuff used for curtains, carpets and hftnj;;ing8, so called from 
Doomick, or Tounuiy^ a city in Flanders, where it was first made. — Phillips and 
Kerset. — Domix. — Bailey. — Domock. — Ooilvie. 



46 THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 

children, Nicho, Robartt, Elizabeth and Anne ; ar desirous to goe to 
Bostone in New England iher to Inhabitt. 

Aprill the 8'^ 1637. The examinaction of Samuell Dix of Norwich io 
Norff. Joynar aged 43 ycares and loane 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. 

Aprill the lU^ 1637. The examinaction of Henry Skerry of Great 
Yarmouth in the County of Norff. Cordwaynar, aged 31 yeares, and 
Elizabeth his wife aged 25 yeares, with one child Henry, and one 
Aprentice, Edmund Townc aged 18 yeares, ar desirous to passe for Now 
England to inhabitt. 

Aprill the 11'^ 1637. The examinaction of .Tohn Moulton of Ormsby* 
in Norf. husbandman, aged 38 yeares and Anne his wife, aged 38 yeares, 
with 5 children, Henry, Mercy, Anne, Jane and Bridgett, and 2 Saruants, 
Adam Gooddens, aged 20 yeres, and Allis Eden aged 18 yers ; ar all 
desirous to passe to New England, there to inhabitt, and abide. 

Aprill the 11'^ 1637. The examinacton of Marey Moulton of Ormsby 
in Norff. Wydow ageed 30 yeares and 2 Saruants ; John Maston, aged 20 
yeares and Mcrrean Moulton aged 23 yeares are desirous to go to New 
England to inhubitt and dwell. 

Aprill the 11^*' 1637. The examinacton of Richard Caruear of Skrat- 
byt in the County of Norff. husbandman, ageed 60 yeares, and Grace 
his wife ageed 40 yeares, with 2 children, Elizabeth, ageed 18 yeares 
and Susanna aged 18 yeares, being twynes, mo*" 3 Saruants, Isacke Hartt, 
ageed 22 yeares, and Thomas FIcge aged 21 yeares, and one Marable 
Vnderwood a mayd seruant, aged 20 yeares, goes all for New England 
to Inhabett and Remavne. 

Aprill the 11**» 1637. The examinaction of Ruth Moulton of Ormsby 
in Norff. Singlewoman aged 20 yeares, is desirous to passe for New 
England there to Inhabitt and dwell. 

Aprill the 11*^ 1637. The examinaction of Robertt Page of Ormsby in 
Norff. husbandman, ageed 33 yeares and Lucea his wife aged 30 yeares, 
with 3 children, Frances, Margrett, and Susanna, and 2 Saruants, William 

* In the vicinity of Norwich. 

t Probahly iSi'rti///«y, now ScrtUktf, a part of Ormsby. 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 47 

Moulton and Anne Wadd ; the one aged 20 yeares the other 15 ycares, 
and are all desirous to passe for New England to inhabitt and Remaine. 

Aprill the 11**» 1637. The examinaction of Henrey Dowe of Ornnsby in 
NorfT. husbandman ageed 29 yeares, and Joane his wife ageed 30 yeares, 
with 4 children and one Saruant Anne Maning, aged 17 yeares, are 
desirous to passe into New England to inhabitt. 

Aprill the 11th 1637. The examinaction of Robertt 

Singleman, is desirous to passe 

Aprill the 11^^ 1637. The examinaction of Ellin Robenson of - - - 
desirous to passe into New England ther to 

Aprill the ll'*> 1637. The examinaction of William Williames of great 

Yarmouth 40 yeares and Alfes his' wife aged 38 

yeares with 2 children ar desirous to goe for 

New England to inhabitt. 

Aprill the Ih^ 1637: The examinaction of Elizabeth Williames of 
Yarmouth in Norff. Single woman aged 31 yeares, is desirous to passe 
into New England ther to inhabitt and Remaine. 

Aprill the 12^** 1637. The examinaction of Kathren Rabey of Yar- 
mouth, a Wattermans wydow, ageed 68 yeares, is desirous to passe into 
New England there to remain with her Sone. 

Aprill the 12th 1637. The examinaction of Richard Leeds of great 
Yarmouth, marrinar, ageed 32 yeares, and Joane his wife aged 23 yeares 
with one child are desirous to passe for New England and there to in- 
habitt and dwell. 

Aprill the 12'h 1637. The examinaction of Henry Smith of Newbuck- 
nam* husbandman, ageed 30 yeares, and Elizabeth his wife ageed 34 
yeares with 2 children, John and Sethe ar desirous to passe into New 
England to inhabitt. 

Aprill 13th 1637. The examinaction of John Ropear of New Buck- 
nam, 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. 

[Then William Lambard and Samuell Clarke wanted to go to Holland, 
and so a large number of others ; the record of which occupies some 
eight pages. John Eyre of Norwich, grocar aged 40 wanted only to go 

* This name will bo found in late Topographical works under Buckingham New. 



48 THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 

and sec the country and if he liked, to stay ; otherwise he would come 
back in 3 months. Simond Scwell of Carlton Rod in Norf. aged 30, 
wanted to go to tlolland only to see his friends, and to return in 3 months. 
Thomas Browne of Carlton in Suff. aged 18, to go to Layden to see an 
" onckell" and to return in three months. Robertt Chapman of Norwich 
" weauear" aged 37, to go to Holland to see the country, &c. &c.] 



These people went to New England with William Goose, M' of the 
Marey Anne of Yarmouth. 

\_Date gone.\ The examinaction of Thomas Paine* of Wrentom in 
Suffolcke weauear ageed 50 yeares, and Elizabeth his wife agced 53 
yeares with 6 children, Thomas, John, Marey, Elizabeth, Dorethey and 
Sarah are desirous to goe for Salem in New England to inhabitt. 

May the 10"» 1637. The examinaction of Margrett Neaue of great 
Yarmouth in Norfl'. wydow, aged 58 yeres, and Rachell Dixson — her 
grand child is desirous to passe into New England to inhabit. 

May the 10^** 1637. The examinaction of Beniemen Cooper of Bram- 
ton in SufTolck husbandman ageed 50 yeares, and Elizabeth his wife 
ageed 48 yeares with 5 children, Lawrence, Marey, Rebecca, Beniemen 
and Francies Fillingham his sone in Lawe ageed 32 yeares, allso his 
sister aged 48 yeares, and 2 seruants, John Kilin and ffeleaman Dickerson, 
are all desirous to goe for Salem in New England and there to inhabitt. 

May the 10'^ 1637. The examinaction of Abraham Toppan of Yar- 
mouth Cooper, ageed 31 yeares and Susanna his wife ageed 30 yeares 
with 2 children. Fetter and Elizabeth, and one mayd saruant, Anne Goodin 
aged 18 yeares are desirous to passe to New England to inhabitt. 

May the 10^^ 1637. The examinaction of William Thomas of Great 
Combcrton in W^orcestcrshire, husbandman, Singleman, aged 26 yeares 
is desirous to passe to Exerden in New England to inhabitt. 

May the lOti« 1637. The examinaction of John Thurston of Wrentom 
in Suff. Carpenter, ageed 30 yeares and Margrett his wife ageed 32 
yeares, with 2 children, Thomas, and John, ar desirous to passe to New 
England to inhabctt. 

May the 10'^ 1637. The examinaction of Luce Poyett of Norwich, 
spinster, agced 23 yeares is desirous to pass into new England and there 
to Remaine. 



* Sec N. Eng. Hist, and Gen. Kcf^., toI. v, p. 331. 



THE FOUNDERS OF NRW ENGLAND. 49 

May the 10^*» 1637. The examinaction of John Borowe of Yarmouth, 
Cooper, ageed 28 yeares, and Anne his wife ageed 40 yeares is desirous 
to passe to Salam in new England, there to inhabitt. 

May the 11^^ 1637. The examinaction of William Grault of Yarmouth, 
Cord way nar, Singleman, ageed 29 yeares, is desirous to passe to new 
England and there to remayne. 

May the 1 l^h 1637. The examinaction of Joane Ames of Yarmouth, 
Wydow, ageed 50 years, 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 l^h 1637. The examinaction of Augusten C 

Alles his wife ageed 40 yeares ----. 

desirous to goe to Salam in New E 

May the ll^h 1637. The examinaction of John Darrell of - - - - 
passe into Salam in New England and there 

May the ll'h 1637. The examinaction of John Gedney of Norwich in 

Norff. .--to passe for New England with his 

wife Sarah ageed 25 yeares Lediah, Hanah and 

John ; mo' 2 Seruants ; William Walker ageed Burges 

ageed 26 yeares are desirous to passe for Salam. 

May the 11^ 1637. The examinaction of Samuell Aiers* of Norwch 
an apintes, ageed 15 yeares ar desirous to passe into New England to his 
M*" John Baker, as he had apointed him. 

The examinaction of John Yonge of St Margretts, Suff. minister, aged 
35 yeares and Joan his wife ageed 34 yeares with 6 children, John, Tho: 
Anne, Rachell, Marey, and Josueph, ar desirous to passe for Salam in 
New England to inhabitt. 

[Against the above entry ^ in the place of the date is written: — ] This 
man was forbyden passage by the Commisionrs and went not from Yar- 
mouth. 

May the 12^h 1637. The examinaction of Samuell Grenfild of Nor- 
wich, weauear, ageed 27 yeares and Barbrey his wife ageed 35 yeares 
with two children ; Marey, and Barbrey, and John Teed, his seruant, 
ageed 19 yeares, ar all desirous to passe into New England to inhabitt. 

May the 12^^ 1637. The examinaction of Thomas Joanes of Elzing in 

* Nearly obliterated in the original, but I feel qnite snre it is Aiers. 
7 



50 THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 

Norff. Buchar, Singleman, ageed 25 ycres, is desirous to passe into New 
England and there to Renr)aine. 

May t!ic 13^^ 1637. The cxaminaction of Thomas OUiuer of Norwich 
Calindcr, ageed 36 yeares and Marey his wife ageed 34 yeares, with 2 
children, Tho: and John, and 2 seruants, Thomas Doged, aged 30 yeares, 
and Marey Sape, ageed 12 yeares, ar desirous to passe for New England 
to inhabett. 

May the 15^^ 1637. The cxaminaction of William Cockram, of South- 
ouid in Suff. marinar, ageed 28 yeers, and Christen his wife, ageed 26 
yeares, with 2 children and 2 Seruantes desirous to passe to new england 
to inhabitt. 

[Then succeeds a list for Holland, &c. Thomas Walter of Norwich, 
Cordwaynar, aged 30, to go to Rotterdam to see some friends, to be gone 
3 months. Anne Thompson and her dau. Bridgett, to go to Holland to 
see friends, for 2 months. Anne Thompson was the wife of John, and of 
the age of 60. They were of Yarmouth. Geo: Bartton of Wollerbe in 
Lincolnshire was allowed 2 months, to go to Holland ^^ to parfett some 
acountcs." His age 41. "Joseph Hay ward of Norwich, dorinx weauear, 
aged 2P," his wf. Sussanna, 26, and servant. Ester Brown, 21, to go to 
Rotterdam to inhabet. Elizabeth Fowlsom, wf. of Tho. Fowlsome, of 
Norwich, aged 27, to go to Newport in Flanders, and Bombake** to 
" seeck mcnes whych is left[?] her by a kinsman. Henry" Ward of 
Worttwcll in Norff. aged 19, to goe ouer Sarue the Staltcs." Christopher 
Hatton of Norwich a pot sellers of earthen Vessells borne in Bradish in 
Norff. ageed about 36 yeares'* to pass to Holland to buy commodities, 
and to return in a month. 17 May, 1623. John Checklie, aged %x 
yeercs, intending to passe over to Rotterdam to serve as a souldier hath 
tendrcd and taken the oath of allegeance, &c. &c. At the end of tho 
entries is the Signature " Henry Hill Deputy for M^ Thomas Mayhew, 
Gentleman." 

The following Lists of New England Emigrants are from Her Majesty's 
State Paper Office. They cannot be referred to by volumes at present, as 
the papers, among which they are, are undergoing a re-arrangement ; a 
conr'ition which usually precludes examinations. But through the kind- 
ness of Mr. Sainsbury, under whose supervision they are being arranged 
and calendered, T have been indulged with the privilege of examinations, 
and allowed to make copies.] 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 



51 



IPSWICH. — A note of the names and ages of all the Passengers which 
tooke shipping in the Elizabeth of Ipswich M'' Willia Andrews bdund for 
new Eng Land the last of Aprill, 1634. 



John Sherman aged yeeres 20 

Joseph Mosse 24 

Richard Woodward 45 

Rose [Woodward]* his wife 50 

Edmond Lewis 33 

Mary [Lewis] his wife 32 

John Spring 45 

Elinor [Spring] his wife 46 

Thurston Raynor 40 

Elizabeth [Raynor] his wife 36 

Thomas Skott 40 

Elizabeth [Skott] hU wife 40 

Henery Kemball 44 

Susan [Kemball] his wife 35 

Richard Kemball 39 
Vrsula [Kemball] his wife 

Isaacke Mixer 31 

Sarah [Mixer] his wife 33 

Martha Scott 60 

George Munninge 37 
Elizabeth [Munninge] hi^ 

wife • 41 

John Bernard 30 

Phebe [Bernard] his wife 27 

Thomas Kilborne 24 
Elizabeth [Kilborne] his wife 20 

John Crosse 50 



Robert Sherin 32 

Humphry Bradstrcet 40 
Bridgctt [Bradstreet] his wife 30 

Henery Glouer 24 

William Blomfield 30 

Sarah [Blomfield] his wife 25 

Robert Day 30 

Mary [Day] his wife 28 

Sarah Reynolds 20 

Robert Goodall 30 

Katherin [Goodall] his wife 28 

Samuell Smithe 32 

Elizabeth [Smithe] his wife 32 

Thomas Hastings 29 

Susan [Hastings] his wife 34 

Susan Munson 25 

Martin Vnderwood 38 
Martha [Vnderwood] /it* «?//(? 31 

Henery Gouldson 43 

Anne [Gouldson] his wife 45 

Anne Gouldston 18 

William Cutting 26 

John Palmer 24 

Danyell Pierce 23 

John Clearke 22 

John ffirmin 46 

Rebecca Isaacke 36 

Anne Dorifall 24 



Ann& [Crosse] his wife 38 

These p^sons aboue named tooke the Oath of Allegeancc and Suprema- 
cy, at his Ma^ts Custome house in Ipswich before vs his Matties Officers 
according to the order of the Lords and others of his Ma'ts most Hono**'* 
Priuy Councell : This xij^** of Nouember 1634. 

Ipswich Custome House Tho Clere, Sec 

Phil. Browne Edw: Man 

pV Custor. Compt. 



* For the sake of aniformity I have added the surnames of wives. I may have 
omitted the brackets in some cases. If so, it can lead to no error. 



52 



THK FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 



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 Elizabeth of Ipswich M*" Willia Andrewes bound for new 
England the last of Aprill 1634. 



Ed: Lewis 
Rich: Woodward 



John Spring 



Thurston Ray nor 



Tho: Scott 



Hen: Kemball 



Rich: Kemball 



Geo: Munnings 
Jno: Bernard 

Humph: Bradstreet 
Willi: Blomficid 






{John Lewis 
Thomas Lewis 
{(xeorge Woodward 
John Woodward 
iiMary Spring 
Henry Spring 
John Spring 
William Spring 
r Thurston Rayner 
Joseph Ray nor 
Elizabeth Ray nor 
Sarah Raynor 

ILidia Raynor 
Edward Raynor 
Elizabeth Kemball 
C Elizabeth Scott 

< Abigail Scott 
I Thomas Scott 

Isaac Mixer 
r Elizabeth Kemball 

< Susan Kemball 
( Richard Cutting 

(Henry Kemball 
Richard Kemball 
Mary Kemball. 
Martha Kemball 
John Kemball 
Thomas Kemball 
John Lauericke 

!Eliz: Munnings 
Abigail Munnings 
r John Bernard 

< Samucll Bernard 
( Tho: King 

{Anna Bradstreet 
John Bradstreet 
Martha Bradstreet 
Mary Bradstreet 
Sarah Bloomfield 






aged 3 yeeres 

3 quarters 
13 
13 
11 

6 

4 

3 quarters 
13 
11 

9 

7 

1 
10 
13 

9 

7 

6 

4 

4 

1 offid halfe 
11 
15 
11 

9 

5 

3 

1 
15 
12 

7 

2 

1 
15 

9 

3 

2 

1 

1 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 



53 



Sam: Smith 



iSamuell Smith 
Mary Smith 
Eliz: Smith 
Phillip Smith 
r Mary Goodale 
< Abraham Goodale 
( Isaacke Goodale 
Mary Gouldson 

[pswich Customehouse this xij^^ of Nouember 1634. 

Phil: Browne Tho: Clere, Sec. 

p'r Custor. Edw: Man 

Compt. 



Robt: Goodale 
Hen: Gouldson 



9 
4 

7 
1 
4 
2 

half a yeere 
15 



IPSWICH. — A Note of the names and ages of all the Passengers which 
tooke shipping In the ifrancis of Ipswich, M^ John Cutting bound for new 
England the last of Aprill, 1634. 



John Beetes aged yeeres 40 

William Haulton 23 

Nicholas Jennings 22 

William Wesiwoode 28 
Bridgett[Wcstwoode]Ai5tri/i5 32 

Cleare Drap 30 

Robert Rose 40 

Margery [Rose] his wife 40 

John Bernard 36 

Mary [Bernard] his wife 38 

William fTreboume 40 

Mary [ffrebourne] his wife 33 

Anthony White ' 27 

Edward Bugbye 40 

Rebecca [Bugbye] his wife 32 

Abraham Newell 50 

ffrancis [Newell] his wife 40 

Just Houlding 23 

John Pease 27 

Robert Winge 60 

Judith [Winge] his wife 43 

John Greene 27 



Robert Pease 27 

Hugh Mason 28 

Hester [Mason] his wife 22 

Rowland Stebing 40 

Sarah [Stebing] his wife 43 

Thomas Sherwood 48 
Alice [Sherwood] his wife 47 

Thomas King 19 

John Ma pes 21 

Mary Blosse 40 

Robert Cooe 38 

Anna [Cooe] his wife 43 

Mary Onge 27 

Thomas Boy den 21 

Richard Wattlin 28 

John Lyuermore 28 

Richard Pepv 27 

Mary [Pepy] 30 

Richard Houlding 25 

Judeth Garnett 26 

Eliz: Hamond 47 

Thurston Clearke 44 



These p^sons aboue named tooke the Oath of Allegance and Suprem- 
acy at his Mamies Custome house in Ips^^ before vs his Mamies Oilicers 



54 



THB FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 



according to tlie order of the Lords and others of his Ma'lies most hono*'** 
Priuy Councell the xij'*» of Nouember 1634. 

Ipswich Custome house Tho: Clere, Sec. 

Phil: Browne Edw: Mann Compt. 

pV Custr. 



IPSWICH. — A Note of all ihc 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 ffrancis of Ipswich M*" John Cutting: bound for new 
England the last of Aprill, 1634. 



Will: West wood 



Robt: Rose 



Will: flTreebouni 

Jn®: Bernard 

Abraha: Newell 
Edward Bugby 
John Pease 



Rowland Stebing 

Mary Blosse 
Tho: Sherwood 



i 



•! 



I 



John Lea 

Grace Newell 

John Rose 

Robert Rose 

Eliz: Rose 

Mary Rose 

Samuel 1 Rose 

Sarah Rose 

Danyell Rose 
l_ Darcas Rose 

Mary ffree bourne 

Sarah flrccbourne 

John Aldburgh 
( ffayth Newell 
(Henry H award 
{ Abraham Newell 
< John Newell 
( Isaacke Newell 

Sarah Bugbye 
/ ffayth Clearko 
} Robert Pease 
( Darcas Greene 
f Thomas Stebing 
I Sarah Stebing 
J Eliz: Stebing 
I John Stebing 
(^ Mary Winche 

Richard Blosse 

{Anna Sherwood 
Rose Sherwood 
Thomas Sherwood 
Rebecca Sherwood 



13 

13 

15 

15 

13 

11 

9 

7 

3 

2 

7 

2 

14 

14 

7 

8 

5 

2 

4 

15 

3 

15 

14 

11 

6 

8 

15 

11 

14 

11 

10 

9 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 55 

/ John Cooe 8 

Robt: Cooe < Robert Cooe 7 

( Bcniamin Cooe 5 

Rich- Penner i ^^^^ ^'^^^ ^ ^"^ ^^^^^ 

Kich. repper \ Stephen Beckett 11 

r Eliz: Hamond 15 

Eliz: Hamond } Sarah Hamond 10 

( John Hamond 7 

Ipswich Customehouse this xij^^ of Nouember 1634. 

Phil: Browne Edw Mann* Compt. 

p'r Custr. 

[The preceding lists arc accompanied by a paper bearing the following 
record : — ] 

To tKe right houno*^* the Lords and others of his ma**" moste honno** 

privie Councell. 

The humble peticon and Certificates of John Cultinge M' of the shipp 

called the ffrancis, and William Andrewes Ma' of the Elizabeth, both of 
Ipswch. 

Right houno"* accordinge to yo' Lo^** order wee heerew^** presente vnio 
yo' L#o"" the names of all the Passengers that wente for newe England in 
the said shipps the Tenth daye of Aprill laste paste. 

Humblie intreatinge yo' Lo"" (they havinge p'formed yo' honno" order) 
that the bondes in that behalfc given may bee delivered back to yor pe- 
ticon's. 

And they as in dutie bound will daylie praye for yo' houno's healthes 
and happynes. 



SOUTH®^. — A List of names of suche Passeng" as shipt themselues 
at the towne of Hampton, in the James of London of iij^ tonnes William 
Coopf M' V" New-England, in and aboute the v* of Aprill, 1635. 

Augustine Clem*, sometime of Thomas Browne, of Malford,J 

Readinget Paynter weav"" 

Thomas W healer Ai« servant HcrculesWoodman,of the same,. 

mercer 

* An evidence that the same Mann did not always spell his own name alike, 
t In Berkshire. X Perhaps MHford in Hants. 



56 



THB FOUNDERS OP NEW ENGLAND. 



John Euered ^ alias ■ r. 

Stephen Eiiered 5 Webb*! w ,1 

Gyles Butler 

George Coussens 

Thomas Col man 

Thomas Goddard 

John Pithouse 



rought 
/ laborers 
or his- 
bandmen 



Anthony Morse ) of Marlborough 

William Morse ) shoomakers. 

John Hide, Tayler, ") 

John Parker, Car- 
penter 

Richard Walker, late of 

shomaker )- Marl 

Maudit Ingles,j: brough 

jfuller 

Thomas Davyes, 
Sawyer j 

Thomas Carpenter, of Ams- 
burv,§ Carpenter 

William Padclcy | ,„j^ ^^ 

skmnr ICniIer ^ London 
xjjdmund Hawes, J 
Edmund Batter, maM//er " 
John Smale, his servant 
Michael Shafllin, Tayler late 
Josuah Verren, Rep'. of 

Thomas Antram,tt?ear?'' V New- 



Thomas Browne, his 

servant 
George S my the, Tayler 
Phillip Varren, Roop*" 
John Greene, surgeon 



Eng. 
land. 



J 



Zacheus Courtis, of Downton,|| 

laborer 
Henry Rose, of Platford,** 

laborer 
Nicholas Bait, of ye Devyes, 

lennen weavr 
Thomas Scoates, of Sar5,tt 

laborer 

John Pike, j f A +•?' 

John Mussel white, j j h 

Sampson Sailer, of Caver- 

sha m ,§§ fisherman 
Flenry Kingc of Brencsley laborer 
William Andrews of Hamps- 

worth. Carpenter 
John Knight ) of Romsey, 
Richard Knight J taylers 
Thomas Smilhe of the same, 

weaver 
Nicholas Holie, thereof, tanner 
Robert ffield of yealing, laborer 
Anthony Thetcher of Sarin, 

tayler and 
Peter Higdon his servant 



James Browne 
Lawrence Seag' 



r 



■1 



youths of 

Hampton 

of about 17 

yeares old. 

of Saril 

Taylers 



Henry Leu age ) 
William Parsons J 
John Emery > of Romsey, 

Anthony Emery j Carpenters. 
William Kemp servant 



* John Evcrcd alias Wobb settled at Chelmsford, Mass., and died 1668. J. w. d. 

t In Wiltshire. 

X A name wliich has been subjected to much torture. Plain Maudit In^ on this 
(original) record. On our (Boston) records, 2 April, 1638, Maudit Ings appears. No 
doubt the same. See History ami Antiquities 0/ Boston, 241, and elsewhere. 

§ Amenimryy in Wilts. 

II Several places bear this name, but this probably is in Wilts. 

** Or Piaitfiml, in Wilts. tt Sarum, Salisbury, in Wilts. 

tt Some twelve places bear this name in different counties. Lonsford-ttq)U is in 
Wilts. H Probably the same place called (wohsham in another list. In Oxfordshire. 



THB FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 57 

The totall number of these men, youthes, and boyes are liij p^sons, 
besids the wives and Children of Dy vers of these. 

Tho: Wurfris Coll' ibm. N. Dingley Compt' 

John Knapp Searcher 

[On a separate sheet accompanying the above : — 1 
Right ho'W' 

After the p'formance of our most humble Duties, may it please y' Lo** 
to receaue hereinclosed a list of the names of suche passeng" as tooke 
shippinge at this porte for New-England, and that onely in Aprill last in 
the good ship Called the James of London whereof William Coop' went 
M'. And thus in Due obedience and observance of yo' hon** Ire Dated 
the last of Decemb' past. Thus wee humbly take leave. Southampton 
the xijth Day of June, 1635. 

Yc Lo** most humble serv* 

Tho: Wurfris, Coll' 
N. Dingley, Compt' 
John Knapp, Searcher 
[Direetion.] To the right ho'"* the lords of his ma*" most honorable 
privie Counsell, this at Whitehall. London. 



[The following list of Emigrants was printed in the New England Hist, 
and Gren. Register, vol. ii, 108, &c., but from a copy so erroneous, it was 
determined to reprint it in this place.] 

The List of the Names of the Passeng" Intended for New England in 
the good shipp the Confidence of London of C C. tonnes, John Jobson, M' 
And thus by vertue of the Lord Treas" wan< of the xj**> of Aprill, 1638. 

Southampton, 24'' Aprill, 1638. 

Ages. 

Walter Hayne of Sutton Man- John Blanford J ,r • 27 

difeild* in the County of John Riddet V ^'^^, 26 

Wilts Lennen weauer 55 Rich Bidlcombe ) «<^''«*^*^ 16 



Eliz: Hayne his wife 

Thomas Hayne \ their sonnes Peter Noyce of Penton in the 

John Hayne > vnder xvj County of South"t yeoman 47 

Josias Hayne j yeares oj age, Thomas Noyce his sonne 15 

Suffrance Hayne I their Eliz: Noyce his daughter 



Mary Hayne J daughters 



i 



* SutUm Manfidd, then ; and I think, now, SutUm MandeviUe. f S(mthampUm. 

8 



58 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 



Robert Dauis 
Jolin Rulter 
Murgareit Dauis 



I his 
i seruanles 



30 
22 
26 



Nicholas Guy of Upton Gray, 
in tlie County of Soulli", 
CarpcnCr 50 

Jane Guy his wife 30 

Mary Guy his daughter 

Joscpli Taynter 

Robert Bay ley 



1 



seruants 



25 
23 



John Bent of Penton* in the 
County of South" Husband' 
man 35 

Martha Bent his wife 

Robert Bent ^ 

William Bent [ their Children 

Peter Bent > all rnder y age 

John Bent I of xij y cares 

Ann Bent \ 



Roger Porter of Long Sut- 
ton in the County of Southn 
Hushandm 

Joane Porter 

Susan Porter 

Mary Porter 

Rose Porter 



55 



his daughters 



John Sanders of Lanfordt in 
the County of Wilts, Hus 
Landman 

Sara Sanders his wife 

John Cole 

Roger Easmen 

Riclmrd Blake 

William Cottle 

Robert King 



seruants 



25 

40 
25 
16 
12 
24 



John RoafT of Melchittj: Parke 

of Wilsheir Husbandman 50 
Ann RoafT ^15 wife 
Hester 'RoafT their daughter 
Thomas Whittle their seruant 18 



John Goodenowe of Semley 

in Wilsheir Husbandman 42 
Jane Goodenowe his wife 
Lydia Goodenowe ) their 
Jane Goodenowe ) daughters 



Edmvnd Goodenowe of Dun- 
head in Wilsheirc Hus- 
bandman 27 
Ann Goodenowe his wife 

C their 
John Goodenowe J sonns 4i 
Thomas Goodenowe J yeares 

l^ and vnder 
Richard Sangar his seruant 18 



Tliomas Goodenowe of Shas- 

bury§ 30 

Jane Goodenowe his wife 
Tliomas Goodenowe his sonne 1 
Vrsula Goodenowe his sister 



EdmvndKerley > ofAshmorc22 
William Kerley ) Husbandmen 
Edmvnd Morres, of Keniton 

Magna in Dorse tsh' Car- 

penter 



Stephan Kent of England|l 
Margery Kent his wife 
George Churche \ 
Hugh Marche > seruants 
Anthony Sadler j 



17 
16 
16 
20 
9 



* There were tlien Pvnton Grafton and Penton Mewsey, t Lawyord. 

X MiUckill Park. Incidentally mentioned, and by only one Topographer that I 
have consulted. 

4 Shafttsburt/f probably, in Dorsetshire. 

Ij Uuther an indelinito locality for so young a couple, but such is the rcconl. 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 



69 



Nicholas Wallington, apoore boy 
Rebecca Kent, seruant 16 



Sara Keenc 



}of GoFi- 
sham* in 31 
Oxon' 21 
husbandmen 
Eliza: Stephens his wife 
Alice Stephens his Mother 

John Lowgie \ . 16 

ri T • / seruants 
CjrraceLowgie ) 



36 



Thomas Jones of Gonsham 

p" Tayler 
Ann Jones his wife 
Four Children vnder x yeeres, 
William Baunsh \ , 24 

Jude Donley } *^^'*'* 



Martha Wild^of Shiplocket in 

Oxfords' spinster 
Mary Wild*" her Daughter 
Augustin Bearce 
John Keene 
Martha Keene 
Eliza: Keene 
Martha Keene 
Josias Keene 



20 
17 
60 
13 



John Binson of Conshamf in 

Ox: husbandman 30 

Mary Binson his wife 
John Binson \ their children 
Mary Binson ) vnder 4 yeares 



William Ilsbey > , ,26 

John Ilsbey ] '^^'^^^^^ 
Barbara Ilsbey his wife 20 

Phillip Dauis his seruant 12 



Joseph Parker of Newbury 
Tanner 



24 



Sarah Osgood of Horrell,§ 

spinster 
Four children. 

William Osgood ) children vn- 
William Jones j der scj years 
Margery Parke seruant 



John Ludwell 
Henry Hangert 
David Whealer 



} 



seruants 



50 
40 
11 



Richard Bidgood, of Romsey, 
m^'chant 



The number of the passengers aforementioned, greate and little, are 
Cx soules. Tho: Wurfres Coll and Ser' 

Hen: Champante Cusf 
N. Dingley Compt' 

[Endorsement,]— SC'TUTOl!^, 1638. The Cert, and List of the 



* Perhaps Godestow. I find no Gonsham, early or late. There is also GodtngUm or 
Goddington, a little to the N. E. of Bicester. Godestow is the site of an ancient Nunnery 
and is now included in Woolvercott, a mile N. of Oxford. 

t Shiplake, by the Thames, two miles south of Henley. 

X Doubtless the same place before named — Gonsham. 

§ There is a HorU in Hamshire, near Linington. 



6U THE FOUNDERS OF NBW ENGLAND. 

Passeng" names gone for New-England in the Confidence of London in 
Aprill 1638. 



SOUTHAMPTON.— The list of the names of Passeng* Intended to 
shipe themselues, In the Beuis* of Hampton of CL. Tounes, Robert Bat- 
ten M' for Newengland, And thus by vertue of the Lord Treasurers war- 
rant of the second of May w^^ was after the restraynt and they some Dayes 
gone to sea Before the Kinges Mat^ Proclamacon Came vnto South^ton. 



No. of persons. 

5t John ffrey,} of Basing,<^ toheJwrite ; his wife and three children. 
4 Richard Austin, taylcr (of Bishopstocke ;<^) his wife and two 

children 40 

1 Robert Knight, his seruant. Carpenter, 

( Christopher Batt, of Sarum, Tanner 37 

8 1 Anne [Batt] his wife 82 

( Dorothie Batt, there sister, and fiue children vnder tenne yeares 20 
r Thomas Good|| \ 24 

3 < Eliza: Blackston > servts 22 

I Rebecca Pond j 18 

i William Carpenter ) r tr ii*t r« j . • • -62 
William Carjenter, Jon. } °f H°'*«"^ <^'"7""" - . -33 
Abigael Carpenter and fower children 10 and vnder - -32 
Tho: Banshott, servt 14 

i Annis Littlefield and six children 38 

9 < John Knight, Carpenter 
\ Heugh Durdal 

{Henery Byley of Sarii tanner 26 
MaryByley 22 
Tho: Reeues, eervt 
John Byley 20 

42 

* There is an ancient Legend of " Sir Bevis of Soothampton." A mount in the 
neighborhood still bcarx tho name of Bcavis' Mount. 

t Against some of the families or parties no num))er is set in tho original— omitted, 
doubtless, in the Imrry of t)usiness. I have supplied tliem. 

t Settled at Andovcr, Mass. See Pedigree, Register, iii, 826. He and hif sons 
spelled their names Frie. Their descendants changeil it to Fry and Frye. J. w. D. 

4 In Hampshire. 

II A little uncertain, as tlie two lost letters arc blotted. 
T Probably IIoriL 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 61 

42 

" Richard Dum' of New england 40 

Alee Dum' 35 

Tho: Dum^ 19 

Joane: Dum' 19 

d'l Jane Dum' -__ 10 

Stcephen Dum'' husbandman 

Dorathie Dum' 6 

Richard Dum' 4 

ThorDuin' 2 



'John Huchinson Carpenter 
firauncis Alcocke vizg 
Adam Moll, tayltr 
Will. Wackefeild 



10-^ 



Nathaunel Parker of London Backer - > Servants • -20 



-30 
-26 
- 19 
-22 



Samuel Poore 
Da'yell Poore 
Alee Poore - 
Ricliard Bayley 
Anne Wackefield 



J 



18 
14 
20 
15 
20 



61 

The noml/ of the passeng" aboue mentioned are Sixtie and one Soules. 

Tho: Wurfres* Coll. and Sear* 
Hen: Champante Gust' 

D. Dingley Compt' 

[Endorsement.] — Southton, 1638. The Cert, and list of the Passeng" 
names gone for New England in the Bevis of Hampton, in May, 1638. 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 

[Several Papers of the following description may serve to show that 
after 1638 a different system prevailed with relation to Emigrants leaving 
England for America.] 

Whereas the Merchants Masters and Owners of the ship the Neptune 
haue by their Petition presented to the Board, being desirous to send the said 
shipp for New Englend, and from thence to Newfound land, and so to 

* I have disposed these names, in erexj instance, as they stand upon the original 
papers, and spelled them as they are spelt 



62 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 



Spaine, for wines to bring for Bristol! and having fraighlcd her with Pas- 
sengers and Prouisions as arc here vnder written can not bee permitted 
by the officer of the Custome in that Port, to put to Sea w^'out speciall 
order from the Bord. Did therefore this day Order that the Lo: high 
Treas. of England should bee hereby pleased and required forth^h to giue 
direcon to the officers of his Ma^' Customes there quietly to permit and 
suffisr the said Marchants, master or owners to clere the said shipp the 
Neptune together with tlie number of passingers and the prouisions here- 
after following, or so much thereof as his Ip. in his judgment, shall find 
fitt ; and that the Oaths of Allegiance, and Supremacy may be taken by 
all the passengers at Croconpill, by the officer appointed for that seruice 
as is vsual in like cases. 



125 Passengers 

150 barrells of becfe 

40 hogsheds of Mault 

40 hogsheds of meale 
150 dozen of stockens 
150 dozen of shoocs 
150 suits of Clothes 
150 dozen of shirts 
150 dozen of drauers 

20 dozin Monmouth Gapps 
200 ells of cloth to make shirts 

20 pounds worth of iron tooles 
1000 weight of candles 

20 dozen of Bootes 



2 Tonns of wine 
100 gallons of Oyle 
10,000 nayles 

one tonne and a half of strong 
water 
10 dozen of hatts 
4 barrells of powder 
20 musketts 
500 weight of small shott 
15 hogsheads of oatemeale 
10 hogsheads of pease 
250 weight of pewter 
500 weight of Sope 
2 Tonnes of vineger 



[Endorsement : — ] 17° Jan. 1639. Order for y® Neptune to goe wth 
passengers and Provisions to New England. Ent. 

[I have met with but four papers of this description in my researches 
in the British Archives, and these are in Her Majesty's State Paper office. 
Thinking they might be interesting to the student in early New England 
history, I have transcribed them for this work. Besides showing what 
commodities were then in greatest demand in that country, it is also shown 
that not much more trouble was taken by the government about Emigrants 
than any other part of the cargo ; as, for aught that can now be found, 
not even a list of the names of those were taken. Nor does it appear, 
that they were not sworn to Allegiance and Supremacy in a lot. 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 63 

The form to each of these three lists or shipments of merchandize being 
the same, those forms to the other two lists are omitted. In the heading 
of the next form is, however, this addition : — " The Merchants, owners, &c. 
of the ship Fellowship of Bristol, sent the said ship the last year from that 
Port to New England laden with Passengers and Provisions, and from 
thence to New found land, and laded fish w^h they carried to Malligo in 
Spaine, and there sould it, lading her from thence back to Bristoll w^h 
wines, and paid his Ma**" great Sumes of money for the Customes thereof." 
Then the form proceeds as in the last.] 

250 Passingers 40 tonne of wyne 

300 Barrells of Beef 200 gallons of oylo 

80 hogsheads of Mault 20,000 of nayles 

80 hogsheads of mealc 3 tonns of strong water 

300 dozn. of stockings 20 dozn. of Hatts 

300 dozen of shoes 8 barrells of powder 

300 suits of clothes 40 Muskets 

300 dozn. of shirts 1000 weight of small shott 

300 dozen, of drauers 30 hogsheads of oatmeale 

40 dozen, of Monmouth Capps 20 hogsheads of pease 

400 ells of cloth to make shirts 500 weight of pewter 

40 pounds worth of iron tooles 1000 weight of Sope 

2000 weight of Candles 2 tonn's of viniger. 

[Endorsement : — ] 17 Jan. 1639. Order for 2 ships of Bristoll to goc 
to New England with passengers and provisions. Ent. 



[The third of these documents is as follows : — ] 

17 Jan. 1639. Whereas George Foxcroft and other Merchants trading 
to New England, Spane, &c. and the owners of the shipp Desire of New- 
england did by their Pet° represent that haueing Estates lying in New- 
england aforesaid, in Clapboards pipe staues, hoopes, fish and other como- 
dities, and intending to buy fish in the Newfound land to transtport into 
Spaine and other places ; — humbly besought the Boord that they might be 
permitted not only to proceed wt** their said shipp in this voyage, but haue 
leaue to take in and carry such passengers and provisions for New Eng- 
land as shalbe offered, without w*** helpe they can not proceed in their 
intencons nor possesse themselues of their Estates in new England ; 



64 THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 

W** their Wps taking into consideracoii, did think fitt and this day Order 
&c. as before.] 

50 passengers 20 quarters Oats and Oat meale 

15 firkins Butter 150 quarters Mault and Barly 

10 C waight Cheese 10 Barrills Powder 

20 hoghd. Beefe 10 thousand Biskett 

10 hoghd. Pork 40 Barrills tallow and suet 

30 quarters Wheat and wheat 200 dozn. shooes 

meale 10 dozn. Bootes 

20 quarters Rye and Rye 20 quarters Pease 

meale 50 hundred weight Candles. 

The like Order for the ship called the William and George w^ the 
Prouisions following, first 

180 passengers. 

[Then follows the invoice of merchandize, which being composed of 
the same items as those already copied, is omitted.] 

[Endorsement : — ] 17° Januarij, 1639. Order for 2 Ships to carry 
Passengers and Provisions to New England. Ent. 



EMIGRANTS FOR ST. CHRISTOPHERS. 

[Among a mass of MSS. exhibited to me in the Rolls Office, there 
a very little book, with a vellum cover, about four by five inches, and 
containing but six leaves. The outside of the cover is thus inscribed :— ] 

*' The Names of such as passed out of the poart of Pllmworth Ano Dme 
1634." 

[What follows is an entire copy of the whole book.] 

Plymouth flebr: 1633. Passengers in the Robert Bonaventure for St 
Christophers 

George fiord of Exon,* aged 30 yeares. 
Stephen Whittington, of Lincolne, 20 yeares. 
John Thomas of St. Tiflrey,t 26 yeres. 
John Liddicott of St. Cullum4 22. 

* Exeter. t Perhaps St. Testh in Cornwall. 

t Probably Colamb in Cornwall. 



THB FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 65 

Wm Clarke of Truro, 20. 
Tho: ffrethy of Perintho,* 24. 
Michaell Bowden of Holston, 27. 
John Badland of Northill, 22. 
Richard Slavelie of Stonehowse, 40 
Richard Cocke of Wincklye, 33 
Henry Rensby of St. Stephens, 28 
Anthony Webb of Lanceston, 20 
Gregory Sam of Chidleigh, 15 
Christopher Carter of St. Gilt, 45 
Martin Rooby of Guindiron, 23 
Wm. Curke of Monleratt, 24 
Henry Thomas of Luxulian, 15 
Stephen Symon of Plimpton, 18 
Mathew Arthur of Plimpton, 18 
Jane Trewin of Plimpton, aged 26 yeares. 
W"» Johnson of London, 32 " 

Reignold ffrost of Tottnes, 15 
John ffarren of P^ter Tauey, 2 
W» Wade of Bodmin, 33 
Nichas Dabbin of St. Stephens, 40 
Andrew Picke of Great Dalby, 34 
John Penington of Symon Ward, 40 
Tho Pollard of Paranenth, 23 
Ellin Nauearro of Penryn, 20 
Rawleigh Edye of Bodmyn, 15 
W"» Dun of Truro, 16 
Anth: Pearse of St. Breage, 16 
Edward Trennueere of Helston, 18 
Robt: Treneeghau, of Helston, 34 
Tego LfCaue of Corke in Ireland, 30 
Rec. for these: 
All husbandmen bound to serve here, some 3 and some 4 yeares. 

* Perhaps Peramthon in Cornwall. 
9 



66 THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 

1633. V mcij. In the Margarett for St. Christophers 

Thomas Roseter of Washboro, 20 yeares. 
Tho: Martin of Cardinham, 24 
John Dustan, of St. Cullom, 26 
Richard Williams of St. Cullom, 30 
John Ncwdon of St. Tue, 28 
Anth: Burrowes of Jacobstow, 20 
Robert Oliver of C red i ton, 20 
Barth: Cornew: of Crediton, 18 
Clement Barry of Exon, 22. 
ffrancis Pedler of St. Breage, 28 
Robt Pedler of St. Breage, 22 
John Merry of Withiell, 28 
Walter Burlace of Luggom, 22 
Samuell fTorgine of Wallen Lizarc^, 26 
Richard Edward of St Virian, 28 
Richard Symondes of Wantage, 28 
Robt Paine of Marrozun, 29 
W'" Badcocke of St. Hillary, 20 
Simon Martin of St. Ives, 18 
George Griffin of Marazion, 18 
Tho: Sleman of St. Hillary, 18 
John Sanders of Marozion, 18 
Thomas Borinthon of Helston, 22 
W™ Writt, of Marozion, 17 
Nichas W^arerman or [of] Marozion, 15 
Samuell Purefoy of St. Ives, 13. 
George Mathew of Ludswan, 23 
Teage Williams, Irishman, 18 



Rect. for them U ^^ ^ 

All husbandmen for the most pt as the former. 



Joseph Boole 
is Debuta ther. 



[Here follows the whole of another book, similar in size and fonn to 
the last named : — ] 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 67 

A list of the names and surnames of those psons w*^^ are bound for 
St Christoph" and haue taken the oath of Allegiance before me M' William 
Gourney, Maior of Dartmouth, they being brought before me the twentyeth 
day of ffebruary in y© yeare of o"^ Lord god 1634. 

Imprimis William Haukins, of Exon, Glouer, aged 25 yeares or there 
abouts. 

James Courtney, of Exon, A Blacksmith Aged 23 yeares or there- 
abouts. 

Richard Skose of Newton Abbot, A Seafaringe Man, 37 yeares or 
thereabouts. 

Francis Boyce of London, a Button hole maker, aged 25 yeares or 
thereabouts. 

William Carkille, of Plimouth, a Saylemaker, aged 21 yeares or there- 
abouts. 

William Gurge, of Exon, a shoemaker, aged 20 yeares or thereabouts. 

Alee Whitmor, of Huniton in Devon, Spinster, aged 25 yeares or there- 
abouts. 

Philipp Stephens of Ashbertan in Devon, Spinster, aged 28 yeares or 
thereabouts. 

Sara Goose of Exon Spinster, aged 18 years or therabouts. 

Judith Stevens of Exon, Spinster, aged 19 years or therabouts. 

Margarett Harwood, of Stokegabriell in Devon, Spinster, aged 22 
yeares or thereabouts. 

Edward Morris, of Exoii a Locker, aged 21 yeares or thereabouts. 

Thomas Bryant of Bampton in Devonshire, a husbandman aged 23 
years or therabouts. 

Willyam May of Maymard in Somersett, a sea man aged 32 yeares or 
therabouts. 

Hulinne Oneth, of St. Stevens in Cornwall, a husbandman, aged 34, 

John Wille in Barnstable in Devon a fieltmaker. Aged 35 years or 
therabouts. 

Symon Weeks, of Exon, a Worsted weaver, aged 16 yeares or there- 
abouts. 

Thomas Jermayne of Exon, an Ostler, aged 30 years. 

John ffrench, of Washford in Ireland, a Seaman, 26 years. 

Willen Bill of Great Torington in Devonshire, a husbandman, aged 28 
yeares. 



68 THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 

John Hocksley, of Stoke Cannon in Devon, a Taylor, aged 28 years. 
James Ruosman, of London, a husbandman, aged 21 years. 
Elizabeth Reed, of Exon, a spinster, aged 19 years or therabouts. 
Mary Harte, of Lyme, a spinster, aged 18 years or therabouts. 
Mary Hoppine, of Exmister, a spinster, aged 20 years. 

Mary Harries of Stoke Pomneroy in Devon, aged 23 years or ther- 
abouts. 

Elizabeth Quicke, of Barnstable in Devon, aged 18 years. 

Elizabeth Hill of Brixam in Devon, aged 24 years. 

Joane Shorte of Exon, Aged 20 years. 

Joane Lauere, of Modbury in Devon, aged 19 years. 

Jane Gouldinge of St. Thom: the Apostle in Devon, aged 16 years or 

therabouts. 

James Worthy Deputy 

for M*" Thoroughgood. 

[The following list is from a paper without date. The Capt. Hopsan 
mentioned in it is the Capt. Hobson of the New England Histories, 
probably.] 

A List of Sea Men's Names w*^** Capt. John Hopson one of his Ma*" 
Councell in Virgenia desireth to be exempted from y« presse in Regarde 
of his Present intended Voyage of Virginia in y® good shipp called y« 
Vnity of y© Isle of Wyghte. 

William Vpton, M"^: Nicholas Sallter 

Richard White, Mate Nicholas Godfrie 

William Godfrie John Persie 

William Mintemo William Oden 

William Poul John Orchard 

Thomas Wooden John Smith 

Thomd^ Wise John Preston. 

Robert Carter Her Maj. St. P. Office. 



PASSENGERS IN THE MARY AND JOHN, 1634. 

[The following very important List of Passengers was communicated 
to the Editor by the Hon. George Lunt of Bosion, and was published in 
the New Engluqd Historical and Genealogical Register for July, 1855. 
Mr. Lunt says " he received it through Mr. Cleveland of Salem.^' It 



THR FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 69 

supplies " a gap long bewailed in the early history of Newbury, as it 
comprises many well-known names of residents of that town and its 
vicinity," who were the original founders of numerous families still bear- 
ing the same names there and elsewhere in New England. 

The following extract from the Records of the Council of State will 
show from what tyranny our fathers escaped in their native land.] 

New England.— At White Hall the last of Feb: 1633. 
Present 

Lo. Arch Bp. of Cant. [William Laud.]* 

Lo. Keeper. [Sir Thomas Coventry.] 

Lo. Privie Seal. [Henry Montague, Earl of Manchester.] 

Lo. High Chamberline. [Robert Bertie, Lord Willoughby of 

Eresby.t 
Earle of Kelly. [Thomas Erskine, first Earl.] 
Lo. [Francis] Cottington. 
Mr. V. Chamb^'line. [Sir Thomas Jermyn, Kt.] 
Mr. Compt*". [Sir Henry Vane, Sen.] 
Mr. Secretary. [Sir Francis] Wyndibank. 

Whereas by Warr* bearing date 22°** of this Present the sev^'all ships 
following bound for New England dc now lying in the River of Thames 
were made staye of untill further order from their L'opps Viz^ the Clem- 
ent & Job, The Reformation, The True Loue, The Elizabeth Bonad ven- 
ture, The Sea Flower, The Mary & John, The Planter, The Elizabeth & 
Dorcas, The Hercules & the Neptune. 

For as much as the Masters of the said ships were this day called be- 
fore the Board dc several Particulars given them in charge to be perform- 
ed io their said Voyage, amongst which the said Masters were to enter 
into several Bonds of One Hundred Pounds a piece to His Maj'tys use 
before the Clarke of the Councell attendant to observe & cause to be ob- 
served & putt in Execuc'on these Articles following viz^ 

1. That all & every Person aboard their Ships now bound for New 
England as aforesaid, that shall blaspheme or profane the Holy name of 
God be severely punish^t. 

* He had not been a year in hifl high office. Qeo. Abbot whom he saccoeded, died 
4 Aog. 1633. 
t Killed in the battle of Edge Hill, 23 October, 1642. 



70 



THB FOUNDERS OF NBW ENOLAND. 



2. That they cause the Prayers contained in the Book of Commoo 
Prayers establisht in the Church of England to be said daily at the usual 
hours for Morning & Evening Prayers & that they cause all peraons 
aboard their said Ships to be present at the same. 

3. That they do not receive aboard or transport any person that hath 
not Certificate from the Officers of the Port where he is to imbarque that 
he hath taken both the Oathes of Alleigeance & Supremacy. 

4. That upon their return into this Kingdom they Certify to the Board 
the names of all such Persons as they shall transport together with their 
Proceedings in the Execuc'on of the aforesaid Articles — Whereunto the 
said M" have conformed themselves — It was therefore & for divers other 
Reasons best known to their Lo^^* thought fitt that for this time they 
should be permitted to proceed on their Voyage, and it was thereupon 
Ordered that Gabriel Marsh Esq*". Marshalle of the Admiralty dc all other 
His Maj'tys Officers to whom their said Warr^ was directed should be 
required upon Sight hereof to discharge all & every the said Ships de 
Suffer them to depart on their intended Voyage to New England. 

Ext. JON MEANTYS. 



The names of such Passengers as took the Oathes of Supremacy, dE 
Alleigeance to pass for New England in the Mary & John of London 
Robert Sayres master. 



24th Mar 1633 
William Trace 
John Marshe 
John Luff 
Henr}' Traske 
William Moudey 
Robert Sever 
Thomas Avery 
Henry Travers 
Thomas Sweete 
John Woodbridge 
Thomas West 
Thomas Savery 
Christopher Osgood 
Philip Fowler 



Richard Jacob 
Daniel Ladd 
Robert Kingsman 
John Bartlett 
Robert Coker 
William Savery 
John Anthony, Led 

behind 
Stephen Jurden 
John Godfrey 
George Browne 
Nicholas Noyce 
Richard Browne 
Richard Reynolds 
Richard Littlehall 



William White 
Matthew Hewlett Her- 
John Wheyler [cules 
William Clarke 
Robert Neuman 
Adrian Vincent 

The 26th day of March. 
Nicholas Easton 
Richard Kent 
Abraham Mussey 
William Ballard 
Matthew Gillett 
William Franklin 
John Mussey 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 71 

Thomas Cole Henry Shorte William Newbey 

Thomas Parker William Hibbens Henry Lunt 

James Noyce Richard Kent Joseph Pope 

John Spencer Joseph Myles Thomas Newman 

William Spencer John Newman John Newman 

For which we gave certificate, together with five others wh^^ are said 
to be left behind to oversee the Chattle to pass in the Hercules viz^ 

The names of the Passengers in the Hercules of London, John Kiddey 
Ma': for New England — 

These six Passengers took their Oathes of Supremacy & Alleigeance 
the 24**> of March and were left behind the Mary & John as intended to 
pass in y« Hercules — Viz^. 

John Anthoney 

WTT^ ^r^''!^ Cert, the six first to Mt'er Sayers as intended 

Thom^ FosteT^ f ^econdh to M' Kiddey to pass in the Hcr- 

William Foster 
Matthew Hewlett 

16th April 1634— Nathaniel Davyes 

George Kinge 

Thomas Rider 

William Elliott 

William Fifeilde 
18 Henry Phelps — 

These Proceedings were Copyed out of an Olde Book of Orders be- 
longing to the Port of South'ton but now remaining at the Custom house 
in Portsmouth the 6'*> Day of December 1735 — 

pr THOMAS WHITEHOUSE. 



[The following items were communicated by Mr. Horatio G. Somerby, 
and published in the New England Historical and Genealogical Register 
for October, 1848. They are from the same source as those in the 
previous pages.] 

29 August William Norton xxv yeres old is to transport himself to New 

1635 England & to imbarque himself in the Hopewell p. cert: 

from the minister of his conformitie to the church discipline 



72 THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 

of England : he hath taken the oath of Allegeance & 
Supremacie. Die et A° pred. 

5 September Thomas Turner of age XLII yeres to passe to New England 
1635 imbarqued in the Hopewell hath brought Certificate of his 
Conformitie & tooke the oath of Allegeance & Supremacie 

(Signed) Thomas Turner. 

8 Sept. Robert Pennaire of age 21 yeres & Tho: Pennaire X yeres 

1635. old aro to imbarque in Mr. Babb bound to New England have 

brought certificate from Doctor Dcnison of his conformitie. 
He hath taken the oath of Allegeance dz; Suprem. 

4 Sept. Robert Edwards 27 yeres who is to pass to Virginia hath 

1635. hath taken the oath of Allegeance 

(Signed) Robert Edwards. 

Tho: Bigmore aged 34 dwelling in New England Fether Seller to 
1635 pass to Amsterdam on his affairs. 



SCOTCH PRISONERS SENT TO MASSACHUSETTS IN 1652, 
BY ORDER OF THE ENGLISH GOVERNMENT. 

[From the first yolame of the Registry of Deeds, Boston, Coanty of Suffolk.] 

[The following extract from Hutchinson's Collection of Original Pc' 
pers doubtless has reference to some Prisoner Passengers in the same 
situation as those whose names are here given. The extract is from a 
letter of Mr. John Cotton, minister of Boston, to Liord General Cromwell, 
dated '' Boston, N. Eng., 28 of the 5th, 1651.'' This letter having beeo 
written before the arrival of these prisoners, could not refer to them, 
although they may have been among those taken at Dunbar. That battle 
was fought September 3, 1650. 

" The Scots, whom God delivered into your hands at Dunbarre, and 
whereof sundry were sent hither, we have been desirous (as we could) to 
make their yoke easy. Such as were sick of the scurvy or other diseases 
have not wanted physick and cliyrurgery. They have not been sold for 
slaves to perpetual servitude, but for 6 or 7 or 8 yeares, as we do our 
owne ; and he that bought the most of them (I heare) buildeth houses for 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 73 

them, for every four an house, layeth some acres of ground thereto, 
which he giveth them as their owne, requiring 3 dayes in the weeke to 
worke for him (by turnes) and 4 dayes for them themselves, and prom- 
iseth, as soone as they can repay him the money he layed out for them, 
he will set them at liberty."] 

London, this 11 : of Nouembe' 1651 : 

M* Tho : Kemble 

Wee whose names are vnder written, freighte" of the sh[ipp] John & 
Sara whereof is Comande*' John Greene Doe Consigne the said shipp & 
servants to be disposed of by yow for ou*" best Advantage & account & 
the whole proceed of the Servants & vojage Retourne in a jojnct stocke 
without any Division in such goods as you conceive will turne best to 
acco"' in the Barbadoes & consign[e] them to M'. Charles Rich for the 
aforesajd acco" & w* other pay yo' meete with fit for this place send 
hither & take the Advise & Asistance of Cap* Jn** Greene in disposal! of 
the Servants Dispatch of the shipp or w* else may any wajes concerne 
the vojage thus wishing the shipp a safe vojage & God^s blessing on the 
same not doubting of you^' best care 6^ diligence, Remajne : 

Signatum et Recognitum in p' ncja you' loving freinds Jo: Beex 
Jo: Nottock notarius publ : Rob* Rich 

Willjam Greene 
Entred & Recorded at the Instant Request of the said M^ Tho: Kemble. 
pr Edw: Rawson Recorder 13*^ May 1652. 

London this 11*^: of Nouembe^, 1651 : 
Capt. Jn°: Greene 

Wee whose names are vnder written freighters of you' shipe the John 
& Sara doe Order yow forthwith as winde & weather shall permitt to sett 
sajle for Boston in New England & there deliver our Orders and Servants 
to Tho: Kemble of charles Toune to be disposed of by him according to 
orders wee have sent him in that behalfe ^ wee desire yow to Advise 
with the sajd Kemble about all that may concerne that whole Jntended 
vojage vsing you' Jndeavtfs with the sajd Kemble for the speediest lading 
you' shipp from New Eng: to the barbadoes with provisions & such other 
things as are in N. E. fitt for the West Indjes where yow are to deliuer 

10 



74 



THB FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 



them to M'- Charles Rich to be disposed of by him for the Joinct aecoP* of 
the freighte's & so to be Retou'ned home in a stocke VDdevided thus 
desiring your Care & industrje in Dispatch and speed of the vojage wish- 
ing you a happy & safe Rctourne wee Remajne you' loving freinds 

Signatum et Rccognitum John Beex 

in p'ncia : Jo : Nottock : nolar Publ : Rob** Rich 

13 May 1652. Will. Greene 

Entred & Recorded p' Edward Rawson Recorde'* 



A LIST OF THE PASSENGERS ABOARD THE JOHN AND SARAH OF LONDON 
JOHN GREENE M" BOUND FOR NEW ENGLAN[d] 



Donald Roye 


W°» Banes ^ 


Patrick Jimson 


James Moore 


Patrick Jones 


John Hanoman 


Walter Jackson 


Andrew Wilson >( 


Andrew Jerris 


Michaell ffossem 


Daniell Monwilliam 


James Jackson 


Daniell Simson 


John Mackenlhow 


Patricke Tower 


John Rosse 


X John Jamnell 


W™ Mackannell 


Sander Milleson 


David Mackhome 


Dani: Mackajne 


Daniell Monlow 


Murtlc Mackjludc 


Scnly Mackonne 


Henry Brounell 


Salamon Sinclare 


James English 


James farfason 


John Gurden 


Dan: Mackennell 


Alester lowe 


W™ Macken 


John Mackey 


Daniell Hogg 


John Cragon 


Danniell Gunn 


Hugh Mackey 


John Graunt 


James Ross 


Daniell Mackannell 


Alestre Mackrore 


John Wilson 


John Croome 


Daniell Mackendocke 


David Jeller 


John Mackludc 


Gellust Mackwilliam 


George Quenne 


Dan: Mack we 11 


James Milward 


John Jenler 


♦♦♦♦ Mackunnell 


W"» Dell 


John Woodell 


John Hudson 


James Micknab 


George Perry 


John Mackholme 


Glester Macktomas 


John Monrow 


John Be mo 


Al mister Mackalinsten 


W» Clewston 


♦♦•• More 


John Coehon 


Daniell Mackhan 


John Crag 


Robert Jenler 


Alester Mackhene 


Robe't Monrow 


Edward Dulen 


Alester Simsou 


Hill Mackie 


John Hogg 


Richard Jackson 


John Mackdonell 


James Mickell 


James Camell 


Allcster Macknester 


John Mackalester 


Dan: Martjn 


John Edminsteire 


Daniell Macknell 


John Hogg 


iv, v/^jW»/^ /'f.'c)'.' 







THE FOUNDERS Olt NEW ENGLAND. 



76 



John Robinson 
John Rosse 
John Rosse 
Hugh Monrow 
Thomas Bereere 
Sjmon Russell 
John Morre 
Edward Punn 
Sannde>' Morrot 
W» ffresell 
John Boye 
John Buckanen 
Patricke Morton 
Danell Makalester 
James Michel 1 
Sander Mackdoell 
James Gurner 
W« Teller 
Origlais Mackfarson 
Nichplas Wall is 
John Murrow 
Robe't Highen 
John Mackhellin 
Allester ♦•••♦ 

Dan: Mackhellin 

««««« ««••« 

Charles Lesten 
W™ Stewart 
John Morre 
Edward ffressell 
David Hinne 
Daniell blacke 
Daniel I Sessor 
Patricke Mackatheme 
Alezand' Tompson 
Danell Kemper 
Daniell How 
John Brow^ 
Sam Shiva*** 
Henry Mack*** 
John Robinson 
Daniel ***** 
Patricke ***** 



5: 



Patricke ***** 

***** [Maclkfarson 
***** Macklyne 
***** Monrow 
***ster Macknell 
Daniell Robinson 

JJames Shone 

ohn Anderson 
James Graunt 
Patricke Crosshone 
John Grant 
John Scott 
Dan: Gordon 
Dan: Ross 
John Hogg 
Patrick Mann 
Ansel 1 Shcrron 
James Ross: 
David Hamilton 
Patricke Mackneile 
David Ross: 
Amos Querne 
Alestre Hume 
Neile Johnson 
Alester Rallendra 
Rory Hamilton 
James Robinson 
David Buckanon 
David Sterling ^ 

Daniell Macknith 
Rob^ Mackfarson 
W™ Munckrell 
Neile Camell 
Sennell Mackneth 
John Mackane 
Dan Shuron 
Rory Machy 
Patricke Graunt 
Patricke Harron 
James Rowe 
Sander Simson 



James Gorden 
Charles Robinson 
Alester Robinson 
Patricke Robertson 
Alester graunt 
Neile Macketh 
Patricke Macknith 
Daniell Macknith 
James Hedeicke 
James Mackhell 
John Curmickhell 
David Hume 
Patrick Macktrelh 
David Anderson 
W™ Beameis 
David Monwilljam 
John Sterling 
John Mann 
W™ Dengell 
Daniell Mann 
Sander Mackcunnell 
Cana Mackurnall 
Patricke Mackane 
Ansell Sotherland 
Sander Miller 
James Pattison 
Alexander Graunt 
Thomas Graunt 
Neile Carter 
Dan: Mackneile 
John Shenne 
Rob^ Mackajne 
Dan: Hudson 
Neile Murrow 
John Cannell 
Evan Tiler 
Jonas Murrow 
Alester Mackhele 
Edward Dengle 
James Kallender 
Jonas Ross 
Neile Mackone 
James Graunt 



t^ 



^rt^i 



^XAju.)^ v5^U*/•Je_ 



76 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 



David Tenler 
James Mackally 
W™ Mackajne 
Alester Tooth 
Austin Stewart 
Laughlell Montrosse 
W°* Mackontoss 
Neile Mackajne 
James Mackrcith 
John Mackforsen 
James Hamilton 
John Graunt 
James Murrow 
W™ Carmackhell 
James Mackneile 
Samuell Mackajne 
Dan: Graunt 
Cha: Stewart 
Neile Stewart 
David Macketh 



David Jameson 
Dan: Simson 
George Ha me 
James Crockford 
David Kallender 
David Patterson 
Alester Anderson 
Patricke Smison 
Robt: Boy 
John Wilson 
Patricke Jacson 
VV" Mackajne 
Dan: Mackhoe 
Dan: Mackajne 
Alester Ross 
Neile Muckstore 
W" Mackandra 
John Boye 
W™ Graunt 
James Graunt 



Henry Smith 
W™ Hidrecke 
Cana Macktentha 
Niele Hogg 
Rob^ Mackhane 
Rob* Stewart 
David Simson 
Laughleth Gordon 
Neile Jameson 
Patrick English 
James Benne 
David Mil ward 
VV™ Anderson 
Sande"" Mackey 
Patrick Sotherland 
Daniel Oneale 
John Woodall 
Christopher Wilson 
John Murrow 



The persons afore named passed from hence in the ship aforementioned 
and are according to order Rcgisted heare. 

Dat. Search office, Grauesend 8*^' Nouember, 1651. 

Giles Barrow \ 

Edw: Pelling / Searchers. 

John Morris ^ 

Jn the Jn® & Sara of London John Greene m"" for New England : — 
Rob* Rich m*"* Jronworke household stuffe & other provisions for Planters 
and scotch p'isone's free by ordinance of Parliament dat 20**> of Octobe*" 
1651. 

S 
G R 

No' two trusses of goods for planters shipt the viiith of Nouem- 

be^ 1651 m'kt && nombred as in the magent. 

John Beadley* Sc. w^h y« Armes of y« Comonwealth. 

Entred 6s Recorded at the Request of m' Thomas kemble. 14 May 1652 

p' Edward Rawson Recorder. 



* It is difficult to decide whether the above name is Beadlcy or Bradley, aa in the 
chirography of Secretary Rawson the letters e and r are often made precisely alike. 



THB FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 



77 



" A LYST OF THE PASINGERS ABORD THE SPEEDWELL 
OF LONDON, ROBERT LOCK MASTER, BOUND FOR NEW 
ENGLAND. 

[The original, of which the followiDg is a copy, is in possession of the Editor.] 

Richard Stratton, aged 

John Mulfoot, 
Richard Smith, 
Francis Brinsley, 
Thomas Noyce, 
Mathew Edwards, 
Joseph Boules, 
William Brand, (Q) ♦ 
John Copeland, (Q) 
Christopher Holder, (Q) 
Thomas Thurston, (Q) 
Mary Prince, (Q) 
Sarah Gibbons, (Q) 
Mary Weatherhead, (Q) 
Dorothy Waugh, (Q) 
Lester Smith, 
Christopher Clarke, 
Edward Lane, 
Tho: Richardson 
John Earle, 
Thomas Barnes, 



II 



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43 


Shudrack Hopgood, 
Thomas Goodynough, 
Nathaniel Goodinough, 


aged 

cc 
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14 

20 
16 


22 
32 


John Fay, 
William Tayler, 
Richard Smith, 


cc 
cc 
cc 


8 

11 

28 


47 


Muhuhulett Munnings, 


cc 


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40 
28 " 
25 
34 


Margaret! Mott, 
Henry Reeue, 
Henery Seker, 
John Morse, 


cc 
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8 
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21 


Nickolus Dauison, 


cc 


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John Baldwin, 


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Mary Baldwin, 
Rebeca Worster, 


cc 
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John Wigins, 
John Miller, 


cc 
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24 


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Thomas Home, 


cc 


11 


19 


John Crane, 


cc 


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17 


Charels Baalam, 


cc 


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20 









"The persons aboue named past from hence [in] the shipp aboue 
mentioned, and are, according to order, registred heare. Dated, Search- 
ers office, Grauesend, 30th May, 1656. 

Edwaed Felling, | Searchers. 
John Philpott, ) 

" Theese were Landed at Boston in N. E. the 27th of the 6th moneth, 
1656. J. E." 



* The eight names against which is the letter Q had a Q set opposite to them in the 
margin of the original paper, denoting, as is supposed, that the indi?idaals were Quak- 
ers. It is said in Sewall's History of the Quakers that there arriyed at Boston two 
other Quakers in July of this year, namely, Mary Fisher and Ann Austin, who were 
reiy ill treated on Uieir arriral, by Gov. Bellingham, though there was yet no law 
against Quakers. 



78 THB FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 

PASSENGERS FOR NEW ENGLAND. 

[From the original in the Editor's possession.] 

1671. A List of the Names of the Passengers on board the Ship Ara- 
bella Richard Sprague Master for New England, May y« 27th, 1671. 

William Shears, John Clarke, Joseph Bortes, 

William Iladwell, Robert Halworthy, Samuel Borthamer, 

William Syton, Eliza Coleman, Robert Gibbert, 

George Ash, Andrew Rodgers, Henry Mumford, 

George Bcarbeik, Joseph Read, Henry Tarlton, 

Robert Collins, Thomas Webb, William Twide, 

William Bently, John Parker, Cooleman. 

Josiah Hobbs, Stephen Bustells, 

Grauesend May 27lh: 1671. The Passengers aboue mentioned were 
all willing to goe to New England as arc Registered according to order. 

William Burnney 

Clarke of y« Passage 

This is a True Coppie as attests Free Grace Beodall 

Cleric. 



DANIEL CUSHING'S RECORD. 

Daniel Cushing of Hingham, one of the Founders of New England, 
left the following record of Norfolk emigrants. Mr. Cushing, nve are 
told, in the excellent Address by Solomon Lincoln, Esq., on the two 
hundredth anniversary of the settlement of Hingham, ^^ was conspicuous 
in the annals of that town, in various public offices, especially in those of 
Town Clerk and a Magistrate." He left among his papers an account of 
those emigrants, which is appended to Mr. Lincoln's Address. It had not 
before been printed. It was thought the propriety of admitting it here 
would not be questioned, and the Author of the Address being applied to, 
kindly allowed it to be added to the other lists in this work. 

'' A list of the names of such persons as came out of the town of Hingham, 
and Towns adjacent in the County of Norfolk, in the Kingdom of Eng- 
land, into New England, and settled in Hingham, in New England t 
most of them as followeth : — 



« THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 79 

1633. Imprimis, in the year of our Lord God 1633, Theophilus 
Gushing came from Hingham in Norfolk, and lived several 
years at Mr. Hains^s (Hayne's) farm and many years before 
he dyed he lived at Hingham, in New England, and there 
he dyed, being about 100 years old, and was blind about 25 
years of the said time. 1 

1633. Edmond Hobart, senior, same from said Hingham, with his 
wife and his son Joshua and his daughters Rebekah and Sarah 
and their servant Henry Gibbs, into New England, and set- 
tled first at Charlestown and after, the said Edmond Hobart 3 
and his son Joshua and Henry Gibbs settled in this Town of 
Hingham. 

Also Ralph Smith came from Old Hingham and lived in this 
town. 1 

1633. Also Nicholas Jacob with his wife and two children, and their 

cosen Thomas Lincoln, weaver, came from Old Hingham, 4 
and settled in this Hingham. 1 

1633. Also Edmond Hobart and his wife came from Old Hingham, 

and settled in this Hingham. 2 

1633. Also Thomas Hobart came from Windham, with his wife and 

3 children, and settled in Hingham. 5 

1634. Thomas Chubbuck and his wife came and settled in this Hing- 

ham. 2 

1635. Mr. Peter Hobart Minister of the Gospell, with his wife and 4 

children, came into New England, and settled in this town of 
Hingham, and was Pastor of the Church years. 6 

1635. Mr. Anthony Cooper with his wife and 4 sons and 4 daughters • 

and 4 servants, came from Old Hingham, and settled in New 14 
Hingham. 

1635. John Farrow and his wife and child came from Old Hingham, 3 
and settled in New Hingham. 

1635. William Large and his wife came and settled at New Hing- 
ham. 2 
Also Greorge Ludkin his wife and son. 3 

1637. John Tower and Samuel Lincoln came from Old Hingham, 2 
and both settled at New Hingham. 

Samuel Lincoln living some time at Salem. 

49 



80 THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 

1638. Mr. Robert Peck preacher of the Gospell in the Town of 
Plingham, in the County of Norfolk, in Old England, with 
his wife and 2 children and two servants came over the sea, 6 
and settled in this Town of Hingham, and he was teacher of 
the Church. 

1638. Mr. Joseph Peck and his wife with 3 sons and daughter, and 

2 men servants and 3 maid servants came from Old Hingham 10 
and settled in New Hingham 

1638. Edward Gillman, with his wife 3 sons and two daughters and 

3 servants, came and settled in this Town of Hingham. 8 
1638. John Foulsham and his wife and two servants, came from Old 4 

Hingham and settled in New Hingham. 

1638. Henry Chamberlin shoe maker his wife and his mother and 

two children, came from Old Hingham and settled at New 5 
Hingham 

1638. Steven Gates his wife and 2 children, came from Old Hing- 
ham, and settled in New Hingham. 4 



37 

1638. George Knights his wife and child came from Barrow, and 

settled in New Hingham. 3 

1638. Thomas Cooper and his wife and two children and two ser- 
vants and two other persons (viz :) John Tufts and Robert 
Skouling, came from Old Hingham, and thereabout, and set- 
tled in New Hingham. 8 

1638. Mathew Cushing and his wife and 4 sons and one daughter, 

and his wife's sister Frances Ricroft, widow came from Old 8 
Hingham and settled at New Hingham. 

1638. John Beale, shoemaker, with his wife and 5 sons and 3 12 
daughters and 2 servants, came from Old Hingham and set- 
tled at New Hingham. 

1638. Elizabeth Sayer and Mary Sayer came from Old Hingham, 

and settled in New Hingham. 2 

1638. Francis James and his wife and 2 servants (to witt) Thomas 

Sucklin and Richard Baxter came from Old Hingham and 4 
settled in New Hingham. 

1638. Philip James his wife and 4 children and two servants (viz) 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 81 

William Pitts and Edward Michell came from Old Hingham 8 
and settled in New Hingham. Philip James dyed soon after 
he came. 

1638. James Buck with his servant John Morfield, came from Old 2 
Hingham and settled in New Hingham. 

1638. Also in the same ship that the above named persons came in, 
came divers other persons out of several towns near to Old 
Hingham, (viz :) Steven Paine with his wife and 3 sons 4 9 
servants, came from Great Ellingham and settled in New 
Hingham. 

1638. John Sutton and his wife and four children came from Atlc- 6 
burraye, (Attleboro') and settled in New Hingham. 

1638. Steven Lincoln and his wife and his son Steven, came from 3 
Windham, and settled in New Hingham. 

1638. Samuel Packer and his wife and child came from Windham, 

and settled in New Hingham. 3 

1638. Thomas Lincoln and Jeremiah Moore came from Windham, 

and settled in New Hingham. 2 

1638. Mr. Henry Smith and his wife and 3 sons and two daughters, 
and three men servants, and 2 maid servants, and Thomas 
Mayer came from Ha**en Hall in Norfolk, and settled in 13 
New Hingham. 

1638. Mr. Bozone Allen and his wife and two servants came from 

Lynn, in Nprfolk, and settled in New Hingham. 4 

Also William Riply and wife and 4 children. 6 

1638. Mathew Hawk and his wife, and his servant John Ferring, 

came from Cambridge, in Old England, and settled in New * 
Hingham. 3 



96 

All the persons above named that came over in the year 

1638, were 133, came in one ship called the Diligent of 
Ipswich ; the master was John Martin of said Ipswich. All 
before named that came before were 42 persons. 133 

42 



All of them settled in this * * Town of Hingham. 
11 



175 



82 THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 

1639. Edmond Pitts and his wife and child and his brother Leonard 
Pitts and Adam Foulslmm, came from Old Hingham and 
settled in New Hingham. 5 

Frances Ricroft died in a few weeks after she came; and 
Mr. Robert Peck his wife his son Joseph and his maid went 
to England again in the year 1641. 

1638. William Riply and his wife and 2 sons and two daughters 

came from Old Hingham, and settled in New Hingham. 6 

1635. John Smart and his wife and 2 sons, came out of Norfolk, in 

Old England, and settled in New Hingham. 4 

1637. Henry Tuttil and his wife, and Isaac Wright, came out of 

Norfolk, and settled in New Hingham. 8 

1637. William Ludkin, the Smith, and his wife came from Norwich, 

and settled in New Hingham. 2 

1637. From ♦ ♦ ♦ in Norfolk came John Cutler, and his wife 7 9 
children one servant. 10 

19 

All the persons that came from Norfolk in Old England in several 
years (viz:) beginning to come in the year 1633, until the year and in 
the year 1639, were 206. The most of them came from Old Hingham, 
and the rest of them from several other towns thereabout and settled in 
this town of New Hingham." 



EMIGRANTS* IN THE HERCULES OF SANDWICH, 

Of 200 tons, John Witherley, master, bound for " the plantation called 
New England in America, with certificates from the ministers where thoy 
last dwelt, of their conversation, and conformity to the orders and dis- 
cipline of the church, and that they had taken the oath of allegiance and 
supremacy." 

Nathaniel Tilden of Tenterden, yeoman, wife Lydia, seven children, 
and seven servants. Certificates from Mr. Jno. Gee, Vicar of Tenterden, 

* From the History of Sandwich, by William Boys, 4to, Canterbury, 1786-92. 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 83 

26 Feb. 1634, Jno. Austin, Mayor of Tenterden, and Fregift Stace, jurat, 
4 Mar. 1634.* 

Jonas Austen, of Tenterden, Constance, his wife, and four children. 
Certificates from Mr. Jno. Gee, 1st Mar. 1634, Jno. Austin, Mayor, and 
Fregit Stace, jurat, 4 Mar. 1634. 

Rob. Brook, of Maidstone, mercer, Ann, his wife, and seven children. 
Certificates from Samuel Marshall, mayor of Maidstone, Tho. Swinnok, 
jurat, Edw. Duke and Rob. Barrel, ministers, 14 Mar. 1634. 

Tho. Hey ward, of Aylesford, taylor, Susannah, his wife, and five chil- 
dren. Certificates from William Colepeper, Caleb Bancks, Edw. Duke, 
Han. Crispe, Franc. Froiden, cler. 14 Mar. 1634. 

Will. Witherell, of Maidstone, schoolmaster, Mary, his wife, three chil- 
dren, and one servant. Certificates from Sam. Marshal, mayor of Maid- 
stone, Tho. Swinnuck, Edw. Duke and Rob. Barrel, cl. 14 Mar. 1634. 

Fannctt .... of Ashford,t hemp dresser. Certificates from Edw. 
Chute, Edm. Hayes, vicar of Ashford, Elias Wood, parson of Hinxhill,| 
4 Mar. 1634. 

Tho. Boney and Han. Ewell, of Sandwich, shoemakers. Certificate 
from Mr. Tho. Warren, rector of St. Peters, in Sandwich, 14 Mar. 1634. 

Will. Hatch, of Sandwich, merchant, Jane, his wife, five children and 
six servants. Certificate from Mr. Tho. Gardener, vicar of St. Mary's, 
Sandwich, 17 Mar. 1634. 

Sam. Hinkley, of Tenterden, Sarah his wife, and four children. Cer- 
tificates, Mr. Jno. Gee, vicar of Tenterden, Jn. Austin, mayor, Fregift 
Stace, jurat, 15 Mar. 1634. 

Isaac Cole, of Sandwich, carpenter, Joan his wife, and two children. 
Certificate from Mr. Tho. Warren, rector of St. Peter, Sandwich, 14 Mar. 
1634. 

A servant. A certificate from Edm. Hayes, vicar of Ashford, 21 Mar. 
1634. 

Tho. Champion, of Ashford. Certificate from Edm. Hayes, vicar, 12 
Mar. 1634. 

* The year in this list most be anderetood 1634-5. 

t In Kent, doabtless; though there were at that day no less than eight Ashfords. 

I Hinksell, Hinxell. The s^ipc, in Kent. 



84 THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 

Tho. Besbecch, of Sandwich, six children and three servants. Certifi* 
catcs from Tho. Warren, rector of St. Peter's, Sandwich, 13 Mar. 16S4. 
Tho. Harman, vicar of Hedcorn, 6 Mar. 1634. 

Jno. Lewis, of Tenterden, Sarah his wife and one child. Certificates 
from Jno. Gee, vicar of Tenterden, 20 Feb. 1634. Jno. Austin, mayor, 
and Fregift Stace, jurat, 1st Mar. 1634. 

Parnel Harris, of Bow, London. Certificate from Jos. Leeth, vicar of 
Bow, London, 19 Mar. 1634. 

James Sayers, of Northburn,* taylor. Certificate from Edw. Nicholls, 
vicar of Northburn, 2 Feb. 1634. 

Comfort Starre, of Ashford, chirurgion. Three children and three 
servants. Certificates from Edm. Hayes, vicar of Ashford, 21 Mar. 1634. 
Jno. Honny wood, Tho. Godfrey, justices. 

Jos. Rootes, of Great Chart. Cert, from Rob. Gorsham, curate of 
great Chart, 20 Mar. 1634. 

Em. Mason, of Eastwell, wid. Certificate from Will. Sandford, rector 
of Eastwell, 16 Mar. 1634. 

Margt. wife of Will Jones, late of Sandwich, now of New England, 
painter. Certificate from Tho. Gardiner, vicar of St. Mary's, Sandwich, 
26 Mar. 1634. 

Jno. Best, of St. George's, Canterbury, taylor. Certificate from Tho. 
Jackson, minister of St. Georges, Canterbury, ult. Feb. 1634. 

Tho. Bridgen, of Faversham, husbandman, his wife and two 

children. Certificates from Jno. Phillips, minister of Faversham, 5 March, 
1634, Jno. Knowler, mayor, and Will. Thurston, jurat. 

[In another part of the same work the following list is found, " of per- 
sons 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 oflice of Dover Castle." Wlicther their destination was for New 
England is left to conjecture. However, it is pretty certain that some of 
them found their way there eventually. The list is "certified under the 
seal of oflice of mayoralty, 9 June, 1637."] 

Thomas Starr, of Canterbury, yeoman, Susan, his wife, and one child. 
* In Kent, Northl)omc in some early topogniphtcs. 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 85 

Edward Johnson, of Canterbury, joiner, Susan, his wife, seven children 
and three servants. 

Nicholas Butler, of Eastwell, yeoman, Joice, his wife, three children 
and five servants. 

Samuel Hall, of Canterbury, yeoman, Joan, his wife, and three ser- 
vants. 

Henry Bachelor, of Dover, brewer, Martha, his wife, and four ser- 
vants. 

Joseph Bachelor, of Canterbury, taylor, Elizabeth, his wife, one child 
and three servants. 

Henry Richardson, of Canterbury, carpenter, Mary, his wife, and five 
children. 

Jarvis Boykett, of Charington, carpenter, and one servant. 

John Bachelor, of Canterbury, taylor. 

Nathaniel Ovell, of Dover, cordwinder, and one servant. 

Thomas Calle, of Faversham, husbandman, Bennett, his wife, and 
three children. 

William Eaton, of Staple, husbandman, Martha, his wife, three chil- 
dren, and one servant. 

Joseph Coleman, of Sandwich, shoemaker, Sara, his wife, and four 
children. 

Matthew Smith, of Sandwich, cordwinder, Jane, his wife, and four 
children. 

Marmaduke Peerce, of Sandwich, taylor, Mary, his wife,* and one 
servant. 



In the Historical Magazine some very valuable notes have been pub- 
lished, contributed by Hon. Henry C. Murphy, Minister at the Hague, 
being extracts from the city records at Leyden, and, by the kind permis- 
sion of the publisher, Mr. C. B. Richardson, we now present such of the 
items as are interesting to the genealogist especially.* 

1. John Robinson, the minister. In 1622 his family consisted of him- 
self, his wife Bridget, children James,t Bridget, Isaac, Mercy, Fear and 

* Tliis synopsis has been kindly famished by Mr. W. H. Whitmorc. 

t Mr. G. Sumner reads this name John. See N. E. liist. and Gen. Reg., xiii, 342. 



86 THB FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 

Jacob, and a maid servant, Mary Hardy. In May, 1629, Bridget m. John 
Grynwich, student of theology, and Robinson's widow was a witness. 

2. Degory Priest of London, m. Sarah Vincent, widow of John V. of 
London, Nov. 4, 161 L She m. 2d, in Leyden, 13 Nov. 1621, Goddard 
Godbert, and is there called " Sarah Allerton, widow of Degory Priest." 
(She was probably a relation of Isaac Allerton, and was married the 
same day.) 

3. Isaac Allerton, of London, m. 4 Nov. 1611, Mary Norris, of 
Newbury, Eng. 

4. William White m. Feb. 1, 1612, Anna Fuller. 

5. Samuel Fuller of London, (whose former wife was Elsie Glas- 
cock,) m. Agnes Carpenter of Wreniham,* Eng. William Hoyt was his 
brother-in-law, and Alice Carpenter was the bride's sister. Both were 
witnesses. 

6. William Bradford, of Austerfield, Eng., m. Nov. 30, 1613, Doro* 
thy May of Witzbuts, Eng. 

7. Moses Fletcher, (former wife was Maria Evans,) m. Sarah Ding- 
by, widow of William D. 

8. Samuel Fuller, (former wife was Anna Carpenter,) m. 27 May, 
1617, Bridget Lee, whose mother Joos Lee was a witness. 

9. Edward Winslow of London m. 16 May, 1618, Elizabeth Barker 
of Chetsum, Eng. Her niece, Jane Phesel, witnessed. 

10. William Bassett, (former wife was Cecil Lecht,) m. Margaret 
Oldham, 13 Aug. 1611. He was published with Mary Butler, 19 March, 
1611, but she died before marriage. 

11. Robert Cushman of Canterbury, Eng., (former wife Sarah Gush- 
man,) m. 3 June, ini7, Mary Chingelton. 

12. George Mour )N, of York, Eng., m. 23 July, 1612, Julia Ann Car- 
penter. Her father Alexander C. and sister Alice C. were witnesses with 
Anna Robinson and Thomas Morton, brother of the groom. 

13. John JeiNNE of Norwich, Eng., m. 1 Nov. 1614, Sarah Carey of 
Moncksoon, Eng. 

14. Stephen Tracy m. 2 Jan. 1621, Trifisa Le . 

15. Richard Mastkkton of Sandwich, Eng., ni. Mary Goodall of 
J^'icester, Eng., 26 Nov. 1619. His bro.-in-law John Ellis witnessed. 



* Mr. Sonicrhy docs not find tho Caq>ontcr family at tliis early date in Wrcntham, 
Kiig. This name should protmhly !>e Wrint/ton. See N. K. Hist, and Gen. Reg., xiv, 196. 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND.- 87 

Others, of the same congregation, were (16) William Pautes, who m. 
Wybra Hausen, 4 Dec. 1610; (17) Raynulph Tickens, who m. 11 
April, 1611, Jane White of Bebel ; (18) William Buckrum of Ipswich, 
Eng., who m. Elizabeth Neal of Scrooby, 17 Dec. 1611 ; (19) Henry 
Crullings, who m. 20 Dec. 1613, Dorothy Pettinger of Moortel ; and (20) 
John Gillies of Essex, who had rn. formerly Elizabeth Pettinger, and 
who m. Rosa Lylse of Yarmouth, 23 JVlarch, 1617. 

Other names are : — 

21. John Jennings of Colchester. 

22. Edward South worth. 

23. William Buckrum of Ipswich. [Sec No. 18.] 

24. Henry Cullens. 

25. Edward Pickering of London. 

26. Roger Wilkins. 

27. Samuel Fcrrier of Caen, France, [who m. 16 May, 1614, Mildreth 
Charles.] 

28. Roger Chandler of Rochester. 

29. Samuel Butler of Yarmouth. 

30. Edmund Jepson. 

31. Roger Wilson. 

32. Henry Wilson of Yarmouth, who m. 16 May, 1616. 

33. Zecheriah Berry. 

34. John Spoonard. 

35. Samuel Lee. 

36. Stephen Butterworth. 

37. Henry Jepson. 

38. Roger Simons of Sarum. 

39. Daniel Fairfield of Colchester. 

40. Thomas Smith of Bury, [who m. Anna, dau. of John Crackston.] 

41. John Codmore. 

42. Thomas Hatfield. 

43. Joseph Parsons of Colchester. 

44. Robert Nelson. 

45. Robert Warrener. 

46. Raynulf Tickens, (brother-in-law of Robinson.) 

47. Isaac Marcus. 



88 THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 

48. Thomas Southworlh. 

49. Abraham Gray. 

50. Henry Marshall. 

51. Alexander Carpenter. 

54. William Hoyt. 
51}. William Jepson. 
51. Robert Smilli. 

55. John Keble. 

56. Thomas Williams. 

57. Jcnatljan Williams. 

58. Henry Wood. 

59. Israel Nes. 

60. William Talbot. 

61. John Ellis. 

62. Anthony Clemens. 

63. Roger White. 
61. Anna Fuller. 

65. Dillen Carpenter, (a female.) 

66. Sarah Priest. 

67. William Lvsle. 

6S, John Reynolds of London. 

69. Edward Goddar. 

70. Catharine Carver. 

71. William Talbot. 

72. Elizabeth Neal. 

73. W^ybran Pautes, (a female.) 

74. William Pautes of Norwich, (see No. 16.) 

75. Joanna Lyons. 

76. Pruce Jennings, (a female.) 

77. Mary Finch. 

78. William Brewer, a printer, and partner of Brewster, called also 
Thomas Brewer. A child of Brewster died 20 June, 1609. 

It is to be hoped that these investigations will be continued, as the 
transcriber states he copied specially only those who came in the first 
four ships, and there is much more on the record. A letter from Robin- 
sonV cliurch, April 28, 1625, announcing liis death, is signed by Roger 
Wiiite. 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 89 

[This work will now be found to contain complete lists of all the Emi- 
grant Founders of New England, which have been brought to light. 
Those printed in the Register, — viz., in vol. i, pages 132, 377-9 ; vol. ii, 
page 407, and vol. ix, pages 265-8, — arc here reprinted. Doubtless 
many of the Emigrants to Virginia, Barbadoes, and other Islands, found 
their way eventually to New England. All of these have been copied, 

• 

and the most of them printed in the Register. Those which have not 
been printed will soon be. 

I have thought it proper to append to the preceding List of Early 
Founders of New England, the King's Commission to Archbishop Laud, 
for governing that country. And notwithstanding its great importance in 
New England History, I am not aware that a perfect copy of it has ever 
been published in that country. Mr. Hubbard has, in his valuable History 
of New England, given an abstract of it, and Governor Pownall has given 
it in Latin in an Appendix to the Fourth Edition of his " Administration 
of the Colonics." 

For similar reasons I give also the Commission to Sir Ferdinando 
Gorges, which constituted him Governor of New England. Both of these 
papers are copied from the originals, with the best care I can take for 
their accuracy.] 

COMMISSION TO ARCHBISHOP LAUD, AND OTHERS, TO 

GOVERN NEW ENGLAND. 

A Commission for y« 

makinge Lawes and Orders 

for Government of English 

Colonies planted in 

Forraigne parts. 

Dated xxviii® Aprilis 

An® Caroli Regis x"* 

Anoq Dm. 1634. 

Charles by the grace of God King of England Scotland firance and 
Ireland Defender of the Faith &c. 

To the most reverend Father in God our welbeloved and most faithfull 
Councellor, William, by divine Providence, Archb"* of Canterburie, of all 
England primate, and Metropolitan, our welbeloved and most faithfull 

12 



90 THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 

Councello'' Thomas Lord Coventry, Lord Keeper of the greate Seale of 
England. The most reverend ffather in Christ, our welbeloved and 
faithfull Councello*" Richard by Divine Providence Archb*' of Yorke 
Primate and Metropolitan, our welbeloved and most faithfull Cozens and 
Councellors, Richard Earle of Portland o^ high Trer of England, Henry, 
Earle of Manchester, Lord Keeper of our privie Seale, Thomas Earle of 
Arundell and Surrey Earle Marshall of England, Edward Earle of Dorsett, 
Chamberlainc to o"" most deare Consort, the Quecne And our welbeloved 
and faithfull Counccllo^ Fraunces Lord Cottington, Chauncello'' and Vnder 
Trcasuro"* of o*" Exchequer, S^ Thomas Edmonds, knight. Treasurer of o"" 
Ilowshold, S*^ Henry Fane knight. Comptroller of the same Howshold, 
S' John Coke, knight, one of our prime Secretaries, and S' Fraunces Winde- 
bancke, knight, one of our prime Secretaries Greeting Whereas 

Very munie of our subiects and of our late Fathers of blessed memorie 
our Soueraigne Lord James King of England, by meanes of Lycence 
Royall, not onlic with desire of enlarging y® Territories of o' Empire, but 
oheifcly out of a pious and religious affection and desire of Propogatinge 
the Ghospell of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, have Planted large 
Colonics of the English Nation in divers Partes of the world altogeather 
vnmanured and voyde of Inhabitants, or occupied of the barbaroas People 
that haue noe knowledge of Divine Wor^P Wee being willing graciouslie 
to provide a remedie for the tranquillitie and quietnes of those People, 
and being very Confident of your faith Wisdome, Justice and provident 
Circumspection, haue Constituted yo" the aforesaid Archb^** of Canter- 
bury Lord Keeper of the greate Seale of England, The ArchW'' of Yorke, 
The Lord Treasuro*" of England, Lord Keeper of the privie Seale, The 
Earle Marshall of England, Edward Earle of Dorsett, firauncis Lord 
Cottington, S^ Thomas Edmonds knight; S^" Henry Fane, knight, S' John 
Coke, knight, and S«" Frauncis Windcbancke, knight, or any five or more 
of yo" o' Commissioners. And to yo° five or more of yo" Wee doe giue 
and committ Power for the Goucrnment and safetie of the said Colonies 
drawnc, or wch out of the English Nation into those partes shalbe drawne, 
to make Lawes Constitutions and Ordinances p^tayning either to the 
publique state of those Colonies or the private profHt of them, and con- 
cerning the lands. Goods, Debts and Succession in those partes, and how 
they shall demcane themselves towards forraigne Princes and their People, 
or how they shall beare themselues towards vs and our Subiectes as well 



THE FOUNDERS 01 NEW ENGLAND. 91 

in any forraignc Partes whatsoever, or on y« Seas in those partes or in 
their returne say ling home, or which may appertaine to y® maintenance of 
the Clergie Government, or to the cure of Soules amonge the People living 
and exercising Trade in those partes by designing out congruent portions 
arising in Tithes oblations and other thinges there accord inge to your 
sound descretions in politicall and Civill Causes, and by having the aduise 
of twoe or three B^^ for the setlinge, makeing and ordering of the busines 
for designing necessarie Ecclicall and Clergie Portions which yo'' shall 
cause to be called and taken to yo", and to make Provision against the 
Violators of those Lawes Constitutions and Ordinances, by imposinge 
penalties and mulctes, imprisonm^ (if there be cause, and that the qualitie 
of the offence doe require it by deprivation of member or life to be inflicted) 
with power also, (our assent being had,) to remove, displace y« Governor 
or Rulers of those Colonies for causes which to yo'' shall seeme lawfull, 
and others in their stead to Constitute, and to require an Accompt of their 
Rule and Government, And whome yo*" shall finde culpable, either by 
Deprivation from the Place or by Imposition of a mulct vpon the Goods 
of them in those Partes to be levied, or banishment from the Provinces in 
which they have been Governo", or otherwise to Chastice according to the 
qualitie of the fault And to Constitute Judges and Magistrates politicall 
and Civell for Civill Causes and vnder the power and forme which to 
yo° fiue or more of yo'' with the Bpps Vicegereull (provided by the 
ArchbP*' of Canterburie for the time being) shall seeme expedient And 
to ordayne Courtes Pretorian and Tribunall as well Ecclicall as Civell of 
Judgmente to determine of the forme and n\anner of proceeding in the 
same, And of appealing from them in matters and Causes as well Crym- 
inall as Civill, Personall, reall and mixt, And to y© Seates of Justice 
what may be equally and well ordered and what crymes, faultes, or 
excesses of Contracies, or iniuries ought to belonge to y© Ecclicall Courte 
and Seate of Justice Provided neverthelesse That the Lawes, Ordi- 
nances and Constitutions of this kind shall not be put in execution before 
Qf Assent be had therevnto in writing vnder o' Signet, signed at least. 
And this Assent being had therevnto and the same publiquely proclaymed 
in y« Provinces in which they are to be executed. Wee will and Com- 
mand that those Lawes, Ordinances, and Constitutions more fully to 
obtayne strength and be confirmed shalbe inviolablie observed of all men 
whom they shall concerne Notwithstanding it shalbe lawfull for yo^ 



92 THB FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 

five or more of yo^ as is aforesaid (although those Lawes CJoDstitutions 
and ordinances shalbe procluyrned with our Royall Assent,) to change, 
revoke and abrogate them, and other new ones in forme aforesaid from 
time to time to frame and make as is aforesaid, and to new cvills arisinge 
or daungers to applie new remedies as is fitting soe often as to yo" shall 
seeme expedient. 

Furthermore yo" shall understand wee have Constituted yo" or every 
fiue of yo'' the aforesaid Archb^' of Canterbury, Thomas Lord Coventrie 
Lord Keeper of the Great Scale of England, Richard ArchbP"* of Yorke, 
Richard Earle of Portland, Henry Earle of Manchester, Thomas Earle of 
Arundel! and Surrey, Lord Cottington, S"" Tho: Edmondes, Knight, 
S^ Henry Fane, Knight, S' John Coke, Knight, and S' Fraunces Winde- 
bancke. Knight, o*^ Commissioners to heare and determine according to 
yo** sound discretions, all manner of Complaintes, either against those 
Colonies or the Rulers and Gouerno" at the instance of the parties greived, 
or at the Accusation brought from home or from thence, betweene them 
and their members to be moved, and to call y® Parties before yo", and to 
the Parties and their Procurators from hence or from thence being heard> 
the full complement of Justice to be exhibited. Giving vnto yo", or any 
fiue or more of yo'' Power, that if yo" shall finde any of the Colonies 
aforesaid, or any of the Cheife Rulers vpon the lurisdiction of others 
by vniust Possession or Vsurpation, or one against another makeing 
greivance, or in Rebellion against vs, or withdrawing from our AUegeance, 
or o' Mandate not obeying (consultation first with vs in that case had,) to 
cause those Colonies or the Rulers of them for the Causes aforesaid, 
either to returne to England, or to Comand them to other places Designed, 
euen as according to your sound discretions it shall seeme to stand with 
equitie, lustice and necessitie. 

Moreover Wee doe giue vnto yo" or any fiue of yo* Power and 
speciall Comaund over all the Charters and Letters Patentes, and Re- 
scriptes Royall of the Regions, Provinces, Islandes or Lands in other 
Partes graunted raising Colonies to cause them to be brought before yo^ 
and the same being reviewed, if any surreptiously, or vnduely hath bine 
obtayncd ; or that by y® same Privilege, Liberties or Prerogatives hurtful! 
to vs or o' Croune or to forraigne Princes haue bine preiudicially suffered 
and graunted, the same being better made knowne vnto yo^ fiue, or more 
of yo*", to command them according to the Lawcs and Customes of Eng- 



THB FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 93 

land to bee revoked, and to doe such other thinges which to y« Government 
profitt and safeguard of the aforesaid Colonies and of o' Subiectes resident 
in the same shalbe necessarie. 

And therfore wee doe Commaund yo^ that about the Premises, at 
Dayes and times which for thies thinges yo^ shall make provision, that 
yo™ be diligent in attendance as it becometh yo'' Giuing in Precept also, 
and firmely enioyning. Wee doe giue Comand to all and singular Cheife 
Rulers of Provinces into which the Colonies aforesaid have bine drawne 
or shalbe drawne and concerning y« Colonies themselves concerning 
others that haue any interest therein that they giue attendance vpon yo™ 
and be observant and obedient to yo' Warrantes in those Affaires as often 
as need shall require, and euen as in o*^ name. 

In testimonie whereof wee haue caused these o*^ Lre' to be made 
Patentes. Witnesse O selfe at Westminster the 28^ Day of Aprill in y« 
10^ yeare of o' Raigne 

By Writt from the Privy Seale 
[Endorsement.] Willis 

Commission for y« making Lawesand Orders for Government of Eng- 
lish Colonies planted in foreign parts. Dated 28^*" April 1634. 

State Paper Office. 



COMMISSION TO SIR FERDINANDO GORGES AS GOVERNOR 

OF NEW ENGLAND. BY THE KING. 

Manyfesting Our Royall pleasure for the establishing a generall Govern^mt 
in Our Territorye of New England for prevention of those evills that 
otherwise might Ensue for default thereof — 

Forasmuch as Wee haue vnderstood and been credibly informed of the 
many inconueniences and mischiefs that haue growne and are like more 
and more to arise amongst Our Subjects all ready planted in the parts of 
New England by reason of the severall opinions differing humors and 
many other differences springing up betweene them and daily like to 
encrease, and for that it rested not in the power of the Council I of New 
England (By our Gracious ffathers royall Charter established for those 
affaires) to redress the same, Without wee take the whole manageing 
thereof into Our owne hands, and apply therevnto Our immediate power and 



94 THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 

authority, Which being perceived by the princi pall undertakers of those 
businesses, They haue humbly resigned the said Charter unto us, that 
thereby there may bee a speedy order taken for reformation of the aforesaid 
Errors and mischeifs. And knowing it to bee a Duty proper to our Royall 
Justice not to suffer such Numbers of Our people to runne to mine and so 
religious and good intents to languish for want of timely remedie and 
Soueraigne assistance Wee haue therefore graciously accepted of the said 
Resignation and doe approue of their good affections to a seruice soe 
acceptable to God and vs, And wee haue seriously aduised with Our 
Councill both of the way of Reformation and of a person meet and able 
for that imployment by whose grauity, moderation and experience Wee 
haue hopes to repair what is amiss and settlem* of those affaires to the 
good of Our people and honour of Our Gouernm*. And for that purpose 
Wee have resolued with Our selfe to imploye Our Servant fferdinando 
Gorges knight, as well for that Our Gracious ffather of blessed memory as 
Wee haue had for a long time good experience of his fidelity, circumspec- 
tion and knowledge of his Gouernem^ in martiall and civill affaires, 
besides his understanding of the State of those Countreys wherein he hath 
been an immediate mover and a princi pall Actor, to the great prejudice 
of his estate, long troubles and the loss of many of his good ffreinds and 
servants in making the first discovery of those Coasts, and taking the first 
seizure thereof as of right belongs to vs Our Crowne and dignity, and is 
still resolued according to Our Gracious pleasure to prosecute the same 
in his owne person. Which resolution and most comendable affection of 
his lo serve vs thcrin, as We highly approve, Soe Wee hold it a property 
of Our princely care to second him with Our Royall and ample authority 
Such as shalbee meet for an employment soe eminent and the perform- 
ance of Our Service therin, wherof Wee haue thought itt fitt to make 
publick Declaration of Our said pleasure, That therby it may appear to 
our good Subjects the resolution Wee haue graciously to prouide for tlie 
peace and future good of those whose affection leads them to any such 
vndertaking, and withall to Signifye that Our further will and pleasure is, 
That none bee permitted to goe in:o any those parts to plant or inhabitt. 
But that they first acquaint Our said Gouerno' therwith, or such other as 
shalbee deputed for that purpose during his aboad iicer in England, And 
who arc to receiue from him or them allowance to pass with his or their 
further directions where to sitt downe most for their perticuler commodi- 
tyes and publick good of our Service (Sauing and rcscruing to all those 



THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 95 

that haue Joyned in the Surrender of the Great Charter of New England 
and haue Grants immediately to bee holden of us for their Severall plan- 
tations in the said Countrye, ffree liberty at all times hereafter to go 
themselues and also to send such Numbers of people to their plantacons 
as by themselues shall bee thought conuenient Heerby strictly charging 
and commanding all our Officers and others to whom it shall or may 
appertaine, to take notice of this our pleasure and to be careful the same 
bee firmely obserued as they or any of them shall answer the same at 
their vttermost perill. Giuen at the Court of Whitehall the 23. day of 
July 1637. and in the Thirteenth yeare of Our Raigne. 

State Paper Office. 

SIR FERDINANDO GORGES, KT. 

The man who persevered so long, and against such adverse fortune, to 
colonize New England, has scarcely received from the historian notice 
proportionate to his sacrifices. Nor is it proposed here to do more than 
to bring into view a few additional materials for the biographer of Sir Fer- 
dinando Gorges. It is a very common and it may be said perhaps a very 
natural error, for biographers to claim too much for their heroes. It has 
been recently asserted* that Sir Ferdinando was "the father of English 
colonization in America." We know of no process of reasoning by which 
to arrive at that conclusion. And according to some notions which have 
crept into our mind, we feel quite sure that, instead of calling Sir Ferdi- 
nando the father of colonization, we should call him at least the great- 
grandson of that gentleman. But we must waive discussion on that head, 
at present, as we are now to deal only with original papers. 

The following pedigrees, from Heralds' Visitations in the British Mu- 
seum, furnish the pedigree of Sir Ferdinando, and his relationship to others 
of the name. Lord Edward Gorges, it appears, was a first cousin to 
Edward Gorges, father of Sir Ferdinando. Robert Gorges, the son of 
Sir Ferdinando, had a commission as governor of New England, came 
here in 1623 with a colony, and settled at Weymouth ; but returned in 
the course of the year. John, the other son, was father of Ferdinando 
Gorges, who published, in 1658, " America painted to the Life." 

* See Historical Magazine, vol. iii, 336. 



96 



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98 THE FOUNDERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 

Sir Arthur Gorges, Chelsea, knighted 1597, d. 1625. He built a 
house on this site [of Stanley House] for his own residence. As the 
Queen [Eliz.] passd by the faire new building. Sir Arthur Gorges pre- 
sented her with a faire jewcll. Sidney papers — Letter from Rowland 
White to Sir Robert Sidney, 15 Nov. 1599. Sir Arthur was the intimate 
friend of Spencer, who made a beautiful elegy on the first Lady Gorges, 
dau. of Viscount Bindon, who d. 1590, entitled Daphnaida^ and her hus- 
band is meant by Alcyon. Sir Arthur's second wife was the Lady Eliza- 
beth, dau. of Henry, Earl of Lincoln, by which marriage he became 
possessed of Sir Thomas Morels house, which, in 1619, he conveyed to 
Lionel, Lord Cranficld. He left by his second wife six children, viz., 
Arthur,(l) first son and heir, a. then 24 (1625), Timoleon,(2) Egremont, 
(3) Carew,(4) Henry ,(5) Elizabeth.— Fau^er'« Hist. Chelsea, i. 56-7, 
2 vols. 8^ 1829. 

On the south side of the church at Chelsea — 

Hero sleeps, and feels no presare of this stone. 
He that had all the Gorges Soals in one, &c. 

The generous and worthy gentleman Arthur Gorges, Esq., eldest sod 

of Sir Arthur Gorges, Kt. The last surviving Branch of the first Male 

Line of that Honourable Family. — Strype^s Stow, ii. B. vi. p. 72. 

• 
In the chancel of the church of St. Michael near Exeter, parish of 

Hevitree, is this inscription to ^^ Thomas Gorges of Hevitree, Esq., 

and Rose, his wife. He departed this life the 17th of October, 1670; 

and she the 14th day of April, 1671. 

The lovinge Tartell havinge mist her mate 
Beg'd she might enter ere they shut the gate 
Their dost lies whose soules to Heaven are gonne 
And waite till Angclls rowlo away the stone. 

JeiJdtu'i Hist. Exeter, 441. 

Arms. — Gorges of Somersetshire bear — Argent a whirlpool azure. 
Crest — A greyhound^s head erased argent collared gules. 

A Devonshire branch l)0.*e — Ermin a fessc between three fleurs-de-lis 
gules. Another — Ermin a fesse between three roses gules. Cerst— An 
annulet, stoned azure. Sec Burke^s Heraldic Dictionary. 



EMIGRANTS FOR ST. CHRISTOPHERS, &C. 



99 



EMIGRANTS FOR ST. CHRISTOPHERS, &c. 

[The following Lists from the same volume as the preceding were copied 
and furnished to the Register by Mr. H. G. Somerby.] 

Register of the names 

of all yfi Passinger w^h 

Passed from y« Porte of 

London for on whole 

yeare Endinge at 

Xp'™* 1635 



vi Januarii 1634 
Theis under written names are to be transported to St. Christophers 
and the Barbadoes, James Romsey M' bound thither have taken y« oath of 
Allegeance. 



John Phillips 
John Allin 
Davie Johnes 
W« White 
Humfrey Davies 
W« Camion 
Edward Lampeagh 
George Cliffe 
Abrain Jn^son 
Henrie Wells 
John Usher 
Edmond Knight 
Tho: Rasbottom 
W«n Griggson 
Richard Jones 
Michell White 
Richard Borne 
Edward Fletcher 
Francis Sowthe 
John Conny 
Robert Skarvill 
Edward Robinson 
John Holland 
Ed«%ard Ash 
Tho. Sandby 
Tha Greene 
Mark Theody 



21 Will«Burt 22 

23 John Bowes 2:) 

24 Henry Cappledike 20 
30 Robt. Stratford 16 

22 Robert Holland 19 
21 Tho: Borne 22 
35 Edward Roberts 25 

26 John Carter 26 

27 George Sotton 19 

23 Edward Jennor 24 
26 Joseph Glade 20 
21 Peter Monk 29 
23 Richard Coke 38 

14 Isack Peter 20 

23 Phillipp Squier 20 

18 Bartholomew Flade 24 

24 Richard Lawrence 20 
20 Daniell Smith 20 

19 John Symes 17 

20 Robert Kett 22 

21 Suzan Hudson 20 
18 Mary Sea 16 

15 j John Shettleworth 28 
20 Richard Fryme 26 
17 1 Robt Holme 22 
24 1 John More 28 
18 Richard Pence 45 



Edward Jones 21 

Mark Ellvyn 20 

Henry Purely m 18 

Richard Chitting 23 

Tho: Marfutt 22 

Richard Edmonds 18 

W» Prichard 25 

Tho: Arnold 18 

Richard Chamblis 19 

Edward Brunt 25 

George Stokes 23 

Henry Fookes 21 

Robert Granger 21 

W» Walter 26 

John Rods 20 

Ezechell Clements 20 

Tho: Carpenter 20 

Tho: Smith 17 

John White 27 

John Watkinson 22 

Joseph Pardy 23 

Robert Langredge 23 

Jn° Etherington 17 

George White 27 

Tho: Cockey 25 

Ant"" Blackgrove 24 

John Higgins 20 



100 



EMIOBANTS FOR ST. CHSISTOFHEBS, ftC. 



Willm Hodgson 


20 


Robt Ground 


22 


Tho: JenkyoDS 


23 


William Bruton 


22 


Jn° Greenewood 


26 


William Walton 


22 


John Place 


22 


Willm Seward 


26 


W™ Hayman 


36 


Henry Rymes 


40 


Edward Savage 


20 


Henry lies 


17 


Jo: Conniers 


21 


Bryan Erie 


21 


John Moore 


30 John Fox 


19 



Robert Gilby 


18 


Robert Baker 


50 


Tho: Peck 


20 


Wilhn Harris 


35 


John Towne 


27 


Christian Mynnikyn 


19 



17 February 1634 

Theis under written names are to be transported to the Barbadoes im- 
barqued in y« Hopewell Capten Tho: Wood M' bound thither. The pas- 
sengers have taken the oath of Allegeance and Suprcmacie. 



Willin Usher 
Rich. Hanby 
Richard Jackson 
Job. Hill 
Richard Clynton 
Jn° Harrison 
James Read 
Dunston Rember 
W" Owen 
Jn° Free 
Richard Gane 
Thomas Richards 
John Nicks 
Martin Perkynn 
Ant° Blades 
Robert Dymond 
Tho: Dayes 
W*" Walker 
Ralph liarwood 
Phillipp Philpott 
James Pallister 
Richard Clark 
Daniell Baker 
John Tayler 
Thomas Pressor 
John f^ton 
Tho: Smith 
John Johnson 
Richard Holmes 
Ralph Terrett 
Henry Tatnam 
Alexander Smith 
John Crapp 



22 


John Faax 


36 


23 


Joseph Bryan 


20 


17 


Nevill Hutchins 


20 


19 


W» Walters 


22 


23 


Willm Puttex 


20 


46 


Archibald Weyer 


18 


19 


Nathaniell Cobham 


17 


20 


Jarvice Dodderidge 


21 


23 j John Derbom 


22 


25 


Willm Seriff 


19 


19 


John Offword 


24 


19 


Tho: Lee 


20 


23 


Robert Richards 


18 


20 


George Hiter 


18 


24 John Dreadd 


17 


29 


Arthur Wynd 


17 


20 


Richard Osborn 


22 


21 


John Phillipps 


37 


2;i 


John Steevens 


13 


30 


John Reddhedd 


28 


28 


W" Gibson 


18 


21 


Tho: Waterman 


27 


20 


Tho: Jones 


19 


23 


Jo: Nisom 


23 


20 


Edward Ijayton 


30 


20 


W°» Benson 


28 


21 


John Whitehedd 


23 


18 


Richard Barnard 


23 


24 


Henry Long 


21 


24 


John Wilks 


22 


20 


Tho: Wellman 


21 


18 


Tho: Gaton 


25 


37 


W- Allin 


25 



Tho: Letteny 
Robert Porter 
John Hashes 
Henry Akyns 
Robert Rember 
Robert Mills 
John Davies 
Thomas Crowder 
Richard Pumell 
Robert Lynley 
Henry Holmes 
John Key 
John Williams 
John Fowler 
John Owen 
Owen Williams 
Tho: Drew 
W™ Bunystedd 
Edward Jn^son 
John Bownd 
John Haies 
John Lyon 
Willm Corfer 
Thomas Trigg 
Robert Nisbett 
Willm Caddy 
John Cassedy 
Alexander More 
Richard Wellyn 
Richard Grifis 
Arthur Yeomans 
Nichol 18 Hobson 
W™ Marrow 



20 
20 
20 
22 
21 
19 
25 
21 
21 
20 
41 
30 
21 
94 
20 
21 
26 
21 
20 
20 
30 
18 
24 
21 
19 
21 
20 
94 
95 
94 
94 
93 
95 



EMIGRANTS FOR ST. CBRISTOFHERS. &C. 



101 



Francis Dene 


211 


Phillipp Cartwrite 
John Loflis 


20 


John Philpott 


16 


21 


John Strattergood 


18 


Michel I Rocks 


21 


W™ Cant 


19 


Jo: Ling 


45 


Henrie Speckman 


27 


Tho: Sherman 


26 


John Yats 


19 


W°» Jackson 


30 


W» Ranse 


27 


James Goldingham 


32 


George Selman 


If) 


Rich. Rainolds 


19 


Nicholas Blades 


21 


Jo: Nokes 


20 


John Clark 


24 


Francs Symonds 
Thomas Lurtray 


21 


Tho: Everie 


19 


21 


Tho: Medwell 


31 


James Anderson 


19 


Jo: Basher 


20 


Walter Jago 


20 


James Ellerton 


18 


John Bead 


22 


Richard Hands 


19 


John Yoong 


19 


Medusala Watts 


20 


Tho: Hubbard 


20 


Tho: Hames 


19 


Edward Browne 


24 



W™ Seere 22 

W" Levyns 22 

Jo: Hamond 17 

Edward Pullin 27 

James Cullimor 22 

Jo: Depark 28 

Richard Walton 21 

Robert Collie 20 

Joseph Hepworth 33 

Willm Walters 32 

Daniell Smith 33 

Richard Trueroan 24 

W"" Masters 21 

Jo: Clere 26 

Randall Ogden 19 

Tho: Browne 21 



26 Martij 1635. 

This under written name is to be innbarqued in the Peter Bonaventure 
Tho: Harman M' bound for y« Barbadoes and St Christophers p' Cerlifi" 
cate fronn St Andrewes p'rish Hoibome: And altestacon from Justice 
Grimpton, and Justice Sheppard hath taken the oaths of AUegeance & 
Supremacie. William Banks 21 yeeres 



To be Imbarqued In the Peter Bonav** de Lend Capt. Harman Vs* Bar- 
bades. Theis p'ties here under expressed have brought Certeficat from 
two Justices of peace that the toke the oathe of AD eg" & S'ppremacie 
and Also cert fro y« ministr of the p'ishe the 3^ Aprill 1635. 



Tho: Hathome aged 1£2 y ers 
W" Morrison 23 

Ralph Vaughan 22 & ^ 



Jane Maddockes 
Alee Mare 



21 
22 



Margrett Ellgate 24 

MargreU Hartforde 22 



4th Aprill 1635 

In the Peter Bonav*' de Lond Capt Harman for Barbados. Theis two 
p'ties brought Cert from two Justices of peace and the ministr of their 
Conformity accord' to order. 

W" Gierke 29 yers. | Tho: Sergeant 23 yers. 



102 



EMIGRANTS FOR ST. CHRISTOPHERS, &C. 



3 Aprilis 1635. At Gravcscnd. 

Theis under written names are to be transported to St. Christophers 
imbarqued in the Paul of London, Jo. Ackh'n, M*^ bound thither, there was 
Cert: brought from the Minister of St. Catherins of their conformitie of 
their discipline and orders to y® Church of England the men did take y^ 
oath of Alleg. and Supremacie. 

Ralph Reason yeres 
Edward Merrifield 
Robert Wade 
WilH Haies 
Geo: Rishford 
Mathew Moyses 
Robert Richardson 
Jo: Mountain 
Jo: Willis 
Jo: French 
Tho: Watson 
David Evans 
Steeven Garret 
W™ Beddle 
Richard Lock 
Abram Watson 
James Carter 



In the Peter Bonaventure, Tho: Harman M' bound for the Barbadoos 
theis under written names p' order : they have taken y« oaths of Su- 
premacie and Allegcance. 



23 


\Vm Scarsbrick 


23 


Edward Gray 


33 


19 


W™ Church 


21 


Jo: Watts 


21 


35 


John Reinolds 


23 


Edward Fisher 


27 


24 


Henry Bngin 
W™ i^myn 


22 


Ric** Crowder 


28 


24 


21 


Ric** Preston 


21 


17 


Hanna Roper 


23 


Ric** Older 


24 


20 ; Henry Lee 


30 


W™ King 


18 


20 , Edward Smallman 


21 


Jo: Holmes 


22 


29 


Robert Atkinson 


23 


Nic° Sedden 


20 


18 Tho: Fearfax 


22 


Fra: Stott 


32 


29 


Mathew Turner 


46 


Phillipp Jeflings 


25 


22 


Edward Gass 


20 


Robert Sparr 


24 


19! Henry Sentence 
19 Edinond Davies 


20 
21 


Tho: Spendergrass 
Nic° Hollis 


24 
20 


20 Edward Barnes 


16 


Ric»» Danes 


20 


19 ! Tho: Nott 


18 






25 


jJo: Adams 


16 







Tho: Berkynn 
Jo: Westgarth 
Jo: Sweeting 
James Townson 


yeres 24 

• 28 
26 
29 


Ric»» Dawson 


28 


Tho: Greenwood 


15 


Tho: Iveson 


36 


Tho: Hywood 
Wb Banks 


22 
2:3 


Jo: Greealy 
Daniell Davies 


20 
26 


Robert Braban 


29 


Jo: Thomas 


25 


RicH Leech 


22 


Rich Abbott 


20 


Ambrose Huett 


27 


Jo: White 


25 


Ju: Weston 


2(i 



Wn» Weston 
W" Houseman 
Ric>* Chapman 
Tho: Cutler 
James Jackson 
Jo: Smitheman 
Robert Savage 
Geo: Penny 
Jo: Pattman 
Tho: Coke 
Jo: Symonds 
Jo: Etoone 
Nic° Evans 
Jo: Mydhonse 
Ric>> Hollinby 
j W" Lodge 
[sack Pratt 
Jo: Evans 



16 James Robards 20 

12 Ric»> Clark 1*J 

40 Gea* Plankett 19 

35 Wb Marrowdin 19 

33 Jo: Alliday 20 

23 Walter Gibson 25 

21 Jo: Wynkles 20 

24 Jo: Vynn 17 
23 Robert Roe 19 
30 Maurice Williams 18 

19 Dennis Mortagh 30 

12 Jo: Dukkarth 31 

16 Rici> Mansfield 22 
15 Gregorie Ogell 15 

20 W" Whitlock 31 

13 Jo: Long 20 

22 Jo: Thompson 31 

17 Tho: Farmer 22 



EMIGRANTS FOK ST. CHBISTOPHERS, &C. 



103 



Ric^ Brownley 


19 


Capten Jacob Lake 


301 


Mathew West wood 


18 Luke Stokes 


35 


Jo: Mather 


21 Richard Speed 


35 


Robert Pendred 


40 Phillipp Henson 


21 


David Robinson 


20 Arthur Watkyna 


25 


Willm Beckkitt 


2G Jo: Joyner 


25 


Tho: Evans 


20 Jo: Dent 


30 


Jo: Hynd 


24 


Robert Jn^son 


26 


W« Mecbam 


20 Jo: Sawcott 


18 


Roger Wills* 


20 Jo: Bunco 


18 


Tho: Tedder 


19 1 Jo: Robinson 


26 


Jo: Sessiops 


22 Ric«» Pell 


22 


Daniell Dennis 


22 


Jo: Disherd 


22 



Tho: Lamberd 23 

Geo: Chapman 17 

W™ Aston 17 

Adrian Coke 27 

Robert Philkyn 25 

Jn° Syropson 29 

Steeven Greenly 16 

Mary Loveley 35 

Ann Loveley 10 

Mar^ret Lucocks 27 

Annis Percy 24 



xiiij^ April is 1635 

Theis under written names are to be transported to the Barbadoes 
imbarqued in the Faulcon de London. Tho: Irish M' p' Certificate from 
the Minister of the p'ish of their conformity to the orders of the church of 
England. The men have taken the oaths of Allegeance and Supremacie. 

Jo: Belton 
Nicolas Flitcroft 
W" Bingham 
Humfrey Morris 
Jo: Dallinger 
Jo: Rogers 
Jo: Spyer 
Francis Smith 
Abraham Halloway 
Joseph Drap' 
Thos Bromby 
Jo: Bromby 
Jesper Giggon 
John Brumwell 
Ricb Dent 
Thomas Goalmay 
Richard Snathe 
Richard Cockman 
Thomas Allin 
Valentine Love 
Robert Hapley 
Tho: Metcalf 
W« Kniffht 
Henrie Gilder 
George Lee 
Anto Goldsworth 
John Church 



Gabriell Bolt 


29 


Owen Bliss 


30 


Geo: Say 
Bassell Teny 
Marmaduke Turner 


26 


2Z 


21 


Jo: Bassett 


19 


Jo: Sheering 


26 


Henrie Biddleston 


17 


Tho: Lett 


22 


Samvel Stor [or Ston, 


or 


Stow] 
James Burt 


17 


13 


Charles Fall 


19 


W« 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 Sheeres 


26 


John Bathe 


23 


Smith Baker 


28 


James Hibbins 


17 



48 


John Scott 


16 


16 


Robert Jones 


25 


18 


Nathaniell Write 


32 


18 


John Jones 


24 


16 


Tho: Wallis 


27 


34 


Toby Ha/^ll 


20 


32 


Geo: Clark 


15 


20 


Tho: Roberts 


18 


20 


Marmaduke Crosby 


28 


21 


Geo: Harris 


17 


59 


Roger Sawter 


17 


27 


Marie Peny 
Elizabeth Elson 


18 


18 


18 


22 


Bridget Gerden 


19 


17 


Katherin Hill 


20 


22 


Marie Newcom 


17 


19 


Benedicte Sherhack 


20 


20 


Marie Crew 


19 


22 


Elizabeth Long 
Winifred Hand 


21 


18 


20 


21 


Elizabeth Curtis 


22 


20 


W" Sturgis 


18 


30 


Tho: Knowles 


16 


18 


Peter Lostell 


14 


16 


Walter Holburd 


24 


18 






21 







104 



EMIGRANTS FOR ST. CHRISTOPHERS, &C. 



16 Aprilis 1635. 

Theis p'ties hereafter expressed are to be transported to the Island of 
Providence imbarqued in y® Expectacion Cornelius Billinge M'« having 
taken the oaths of Allcgeance and Supremacie: As likewise being con- 
formable to the Church of England ; whereof they brought testimonie 
from the Ministers and Justices of Peace, of their Abodes. 



Francis Smith 


36 


Tho: Palmer 


18 


Leonard Smith 


22 


Mathew Hamblen 


38 


W"» Lynlie 


58 


Christian Whetston 


19 


W» Cawdle 


19 


Florence Dickenson 


19 


Jo: Baker 


42 


Jo: Martin 


30 


W" Smith 


20 


Ant» Dowsell 


20 


Richard Slie 


20 


Francis Dales 


20 


Peter Ambrey 


32 


Tho: Feld 


18 


Edward Hassard 


24 


Richard Bull 


17 


Richard Reinolds 


16 


W" Crakins 


15 


Jo: Totnell 


16 



Edward Horsham 


14 


Katherin Webb 


22 


Richard Trendall 


16 


Elizabeth Scott 


20 


W» Read 


16 


Marie Howes 


18 


Mathew Pippin 


20 


Dorothy Lawrence 


28 


Mary Baker 
Elisha Bridges 


42 


Elizab: Horsham 


16 


16 


Alice Goldbam 


26 


Willm Thorp 


30 


Richard Price 


14 


Elizabeth Thorp 


20 


Richard Jjane 


38 


Elizabeth Thorp 


2 


Alice Lane 


ao 


Joan Felver 


50 


Samvell Lane 


7 


Margaret Rolhight 


45 


Jo: Lane 


4 


Ellin Cooper 


24 


Oziell Lane 


3 


Elizabeth Coke 


20 


Jo: Atkinson 


36 


Marie Chaddock 


20 


Love Atkinson 


38 


Elizabeth Hamond 


25 


Elizabeth Owen 


30 


Alice Awbrey 


29 


Marie Mil ward 


21 


Elizabeth Lawrence 


26 


Isack Barton 


27 


Ann Noble 


21 


Abram Ray 


20 


Marie Harrowing 
Millicent Leech 


21 


Dorcas Horsham 


40 


28 


Marie Griffin 


17 


Marie Goodwyn 


20 







24 Aprilis 1635. 

Theis under written names are to be transported to the Island of Provi- 
dence imbarqued in the Expectacion aforesaid, the pities have taken y* 
oath of Alleg* : 



Nicholas Riskynier 31 

W» Randall 26 

Andrew Lcay 24 

Jo: Leay 25 



Jo: Bloxsall 
Sam: Gooden'ff 
Edward Hastings 
Tho: Hobbs 



28 
22 
23 
18 



Jo: Saracele 
Tho: Wilson 



17 
18 



Theis under written names are to be transported to the Barbadoes and 
St. Christophers, imbarqued in tho Ann & Elizabeth Jo: Brookehaven, 
Captcn and M' having taken the oaths of Allcgeance and Supremacie. As 



EMIGRANTS FOR ST. CHRISTOPHERS, &C. 



105 



also being conformable to the orders and discipline of the Church of Eng- 
land and no Subsedy Men, whereof they brought test from the Minister of 
St. Katherins neere y« Tower of London 

John Crofts 
Jo: Mason 
Jo: Oram 
Christopher Fish 
Owen Androwe 
Robert Anderson 
John Greene 
Joseph Wallinffton 
John Haieward 
Thomas Martin 
Edmond Holloway 
Thomas Pierce 
William Hayward 
Edward Wilkinson 
Richard Gale 
Robert Tratt 
Thomas Redman 
Willm Gnibb 
John Golding 
Clement Hutchinson 
Bartholomew Bennet 
Thomas Tyler 
John Prichard 
Giles Barnes 
Hugh Sadler 
HadTord Young 
John Williams 
Andrew Evans 
John Barret 
Joseph Walker 
James Tate 
John Smith 
Nathaniel Bolton 
W- Laydon 
Thomas Aveiy 
Tho: Lieake 
Davie Williams 



30 


Willm Harris 


23 






20 


John Turpin 


22 


Women. 




21 


Francis Saidwell 


18 


Katherin Lloyd 


19 


24 


Mathew Rogers 


21 


Suzan Greene 


20 


18 


Bryan Bourk 


19 


Margerie Barran 
Elizabeth Beniiing 


19 


22 


Ant* Taylor 


26 


18 


25 


Andrew Carr 


23 


Elizabeth Bruster 


18 


19 


Owen Garret 


20 


Joan Smith 


27 


22 


John Frazill 


29 


Suzan More 


21 


16 


John Porter 


24 


Alice Dixon 


21 


17 


Charles Pollington 


26 


Jane Stafford 


29 


19 


Charles Jackson 


18 


Alice Hilton 


18 


18 


liMward Bacon 


25 


Katherin Russell 


20 


17 


Thomas Robinson 


31 


Mary Powell 


23 


16 


Patrick Conly 


21 


Debora Winke 


21 


21 


George Goddin 


31 


Rebeca Bedding 


18 


16 


Arthur Roker 


20 


Mathew Page 


20 


16 


Tho: Dale 


28 


Ann Spicer 
Mary Jones 


26 


21 


John D&vies 


19 


20 


20 


Tho: Burton 


19 


Margery Harding 


20 


18 


Hugh Wynstonly 


20 


Marie Kinderslie 


26 


21 


Bartholomew Draper 


20 






20 


Robert Brook 


25 


Nicholas Greene 


18 


19 


Hugh Tawyer 


18 


Robert Laycock 


18 


20 


W" Greene 


17 


Michell Estplynn 


18 


20 


Patrick Connyer 


20 


James Bell 


19 


16 


Richard King 


23 


Frend Picto 


20 


16 


Willm Barnes 


17 


John Whithedd 


22 


16 


Willm Taylor 


23 


Jo: Mallion 


21 


18 


Robert Sennod 


23 


Tho: Bedlam 


24 


17 


Thomas Perkynn 


29 


Tho: Lone 


19 


14 


Willm Longwith 


26 


Thomas Wazell 


21 


19 


Tho: GuUifer 


28 


Edward Garrard 


26 


17 


John Davies 


18 


John Coke 


22 


18 


Richard Cawood 


25 


Jeremy Hartley 


30 


18 


Richard Dvnley 
Dennis Peke 


19 


Gilbert Holdsworth 


30 


17 


20 







2<^ Maij 1635. 

Theis under written names are to be transported to y* Barbc^doea 
imbarqued in the Alexander Capt. Burche and Gilbert Grimes M' p^ 

14 



106 



EMIGRANTS FOR ST. CHRISTOPHERS, AC, 



Certificate from the Minister where they late dwelt the men tooke the oaths 
of Alieg and Suprennacic die et A° pred. 



Willm Rapan yeres 

Leonard Staples 

Jo: Stanford 

James Manzer 

Jo: Watts 

Tho: Clark 

Michell King 

Henry Broughton 

Geo: Ventimer 

Robert Hardy 

Tho: J)abb 

Geo: Norton 

Wm Huckle 

Edward Kemp 

W» Powell 

Ralph Promd 

Jo: Bullman 

Jo: Watts 

W™ Dench 

Francis Peck 

Jo: Benstedd 

Symon Parler 

Richard Howseman 

Walter Jones 

Phelix Lyne 

Arthur Write 

Lewes Wilhns 

W-n Pott 

Thomas Gilson 

Nic Watson 

Olliver Hookham 

Chri: Buckland 

Jo: Hill 

Anthony Skooler 

Jo: Anderson 

W- Phillipps 

Jo: Befford 

Henry Yatman 

Robert Duce 

Owen Williams 

Jo: Write 

William Clarke 

Edward Halingworth 

Richard Pomell 

Henry Longsha 

Jo: Bush 

Jonathan Franklin 



20 Jo: Phillipps 


20 


22 


Richard Cribb 


19 


24 


Tho: Browne 


18 


27|Jo: Greenwich 


21 


25 Jo: Nedson 


19 


2r> Edward Church 


18 


27 


Ant° Threlcatt 


19 


20iW'» Willis 


17 


20 1 Clement Hawkins 


16 


18j Lewes Hughes 


19 


25 1 John Greene 


22 


22 Richard Marshall 


36 


20{MathewCalland 


16 


29 Lewes David 


28 


19 Geo: White 


18 


26 Geo: Rudglie 


17 


40 '■ Dennis Mc Brian 


18 


19 Jo:Bussell 


36 


10 James Driver 


27 


22 Hugh Johnes 


22 


24 j Tho: Gildingwater 


30 


24 John Ashurst 


24 


19 James Parkinson 


23 


20 Will™ Young 


21 


25 W" Smith 


18 


21 : Morgan Jones 


31 


21 Jo: Richard 


30 


18. Peter Flaming 


16 


21 , Miles Farring 


24l 


2(1 Robert Atkins 


23! 


32 Beniamin Mason 


23 


25 Tho: Rutter 


22 


23 Jo: Howse 


41 


20 Jo: Cole 


20 


21 


James Watts 


35 


17 


W«» Crome 


17 


18 Phillipp Lovell 

21 Uxor ?:iizabeth Lovell 


34 


33 


18 Rowland Mathew 


27 


18 


Robert Sprite 


30 


24 


Jo: Weston 


41 


19 


James Smith 


19 


4(i 


Jo: Smith 


19 


32 


Richard Lee 


22 


23 


W-n Seely 


29 


22 


Edward Plunkett 


20 


17 


Tho: Plunkett 


28 



Rowland Plunkett 18 

Teague Nacton 28 

Dermond O'Bryan 20 

Charles Galloway 19 

James Montgomery 19 

Jn" McCoury 28 

Samvell Priday 20 

Samvell Farron 30 
Edmond Montgomery 26 

Olliver Bassett 14 

Pariy Wy 15 

Daniell Burche 14 

Richard Stone 13 

Thomas Tayler 27 

Edmond Nash 21 

Jo: Herring 28 

W»" Beaton 24 

Tho: Roe 23 

Edward Banks 35 

Tho: Fludd 21 

David Collingworth 23 

W"* Mathews 30 

Tymothie Goodman 27 

Tho: Penson 20 

W°» Anderson 36 

Geo. Merriman 41 

Jo: Dellahay 37 

Robert Lee 33 

Jo: Jackson 24 
Alexander de la Garde 27 

Francis Marshall 26 

Walter Lutterell 30 

Ja* White 15 

Jo: Burton 17 

Symon Wood 14 

Robert Mnssell 14 

Richard Fane 15 

Robert Roberts 18 

W" Lake 14 

Richard Iveson 16 

Humfrey Kerby 18 

Edward Cokes 17 

Henry Morton 30 

James Brett 17 

Tho: Dennis 18 
Tho: More 

Jo: Lawrence 1' 




EHIOBANT8 FOB ST. CHRISTOPHBBS, &C. 



107 



W"» Martin 


13 


Annis Barrat 


20 


Elizabeth Fanner 


20 


Richard Phelpe 


17 


Marie Lambeth 


17 


Margaret Conway 


20 






Ann Mann 


17 


Grace Walker 


34 


Women. 




Elizabeth Warren 


17 


Edith Jones 


21 


Barbarie Reason 


20 


Ann Skynggle 


18 


Alice Guy 


20 


Jane Marshall 


21 


Alice Champ 


20 


Mary Spend ley 


17 


Diana Drake 


19 


Mathew May 


21 


Ann Gardner 


36 


Mary Inglish 


17 


Elizabeth Chambers 


20 










21*> Maij 1635. 







Theis under written names are to be transported to St Christophers, im- 
barqued in the Mathew of London, Richard Goodladd M' p' warrant from 
y® Earle of Carlisle. 

Thomas Knight yeres 
Jo: Hill 
Jo: Rawlins 
Francis Penn 
George Allerton 
Rowland Millington 
Ric*» Thomas 
Roger Thomas 
Richard Griggson 
Jo: firuiling 
Robert Coke 
Clinton Cutler 
Tho: Turner 
Jo: Wood 
W™ Robinson 
Edward Bicrofl 
Jo: Sturdy 
Ant" Netbie 
Robert Wendever 
Samvel Trese 
Evan Jones 
Gabriell Davies 
Edward Eeles^^V^ 
Davie Thomas 
Richard Honibyra 
Christopher Watson 
James Hubbard 
W™ Stoe 

Mathew Tomlinson 
Tho: Hall 
W™ Marsh 
Jo: Hatterton 
Tho: Tcrrill 



21 


Robert Faucer 


40 


Jo: Kibie 


21 


18 


Miles Coventrie 


18 


Tho: Garrett 


20 


18 


Jo: Thomas 


14 


Jo: Goslinn 


20 


22 


Tho: Reeve 


24 


Tho: Milward 


18 


23 


Lewes Anbrey 


13 


Morgan Brint 


19 


24 


James Walker 


30 


Pierce Stapleton 


22 


40 


Tho: Vera 


27 


Geo: Eaton 


27 


22 


Geo. Ball 


51 


Leonard Hunt 


38 


34 


Tho: Gosling 


22 


Jo: Cave 


34 


20 


Jo: Palmer 


19 


W°» Barber 


22 


32 


James Cotes 


21 


Jo: Hoddins 


50 


20 


W" Helaine 


21 


Alexander Tadde 


38 


25 


Mathew Hely 


21 


Robt. Woodstock 


40 


22 


Originall Lewis 
Jo: Thomson 


28 


John Offlent 


20 


26 


34 


Nic" Watts 


18 


22 


W™ Brookes 


25 


Richard Brookes 


16 


26 


Jo: Doe 


22 


Tho: Hadbie 


22 


20 


Mathew Walker 


19 


Tho: Reinolds 


18 


25 


Walter Collins 


18 


Darby Hurlie 
Jo: Hilliard 


18 


20 


Jo: Clinton 


19 


35 


19 


Adam Chestennan 


19 


Robert Lacie 


21 


38 


Hugh Hallowell 


22 


Tho: Bell 


14 


20 


W™ Salmon 


25 


Rowland Morton 


17 


40 


Jo: Tiange 


22 


James Hide 


22 


31 


Richard Lane 


28 


Richard Nelme 


20 


21 


Jo: Greene 


29 


Tho. Hodges 
Edward Thomson 


20 


27 


Edward Warren 


28 


18 


18 


Jo: Paple 


21 


Tho: Williams 


18 


31 


Robert Denten 


26 


Ric** Lee 


18 


25 


W« Elvyn 


23 


Walter Antony 


23 


26 


Geo: Tems 


20 


Charles Caverlie 


17 


38 


Geo: Swales 


19 


Tho: Coxson 


21 


18 


Marmaduke Read 


25 


Tho: Goodwin 


30 



,.' ^\ 



108 



EMIGBANTS FOB ST. CBBIST0FHEB8, &C. 



Nic® Wilcockfl 


21 


W» Knight 
Ant«» Williams 


13 


Geo: Wade • 


16 


Geo: Eeke 


26 


14 


Jo: Fulford 


18 


Rici" Habbard 


18 


Jo: Barloe 


22 


Geo: Smith 


17 


Willm Rush 


20 


W" Parker 


17 


Thomas Powell 


24 


W"» Horn 


22 


Jo: Wood 


18 






Paul Bottell 


32 


Jo: Payne 


18 


WOMBN. 




Jo: Boewell 


17 Daniel! Lee 


25 


Margaret Prichard 


17 


Jo: Woodgreene 


16 Tha Powell 


21 


Jane Burrowe 


17 


Jo: Harlowe 


16 Jo: Smith 


22 


Katherin ArmstroDg 


20 


Robert Warrington 


20 Geo: Dodd 


17 


Mary Barker 


12 


Jo: Reinolds 


20 


Robt Sandley 


20 


RlizAbeth Speere 


20 


Anf True 


18 


Edward Mawfrey 


15 







X Junij 1635. 

Thcis under written names are to be transported to the Bormoodes or 
Sonner- Islands, innbarqued in the Truelove de London. Robert Dennis 

M' being examined by the Minister of Gravcsend concerning their con- 

formitie to the orders and discipline of the Church of England as it now 
stands established : And took the oath of Allegcance. 

Nathaniel Willmson 17 

Phillipp Wharton 14 

W» Henry 18 

Geo: Saires 12 

Nic"" Gaughton 14 

Edward Hedley 13 

W» Sares 17 

Robt Poole 20 

Tho: Jones 17 

Tho: Brvynn 16 

Symon Barrett 16 

Geo: Calverlie 14 

Edward Paraell 16 

W« Lee 18 

W» Tayler 17 

Edward Gibbs 17 

James Reason 97 

Jacob Wilson 18 

Ben: Strange 18 

Ralph Vennable 31 

Tbo: Bloes 10 

Tho: Hedley 11 

Tho: Thomson 17 

Hen: Stonword 18 

Samvell Hubbard 16 

Thomas Bull 13 



Henry More 
W™ Holt 


19 


19 


Jo: Norman 


19 


Ant° Gilliard 


38 


Robt Stock 


26 


Tho: Foster 


27 


Robert Hart 


30 


W» Pendleton 


27 


James Tayler 


28 


Chri. Hart 


20 


Richard Anderson 


30 


Tho: Richards 


24 


Jo: Norris 


18 


David Huswith 


22 


Henry Hill 


24 


Jo: Warren 


19 


Zeverin Viccars 


18 


Geo: Norman 


25 


Gabriell Stockwell 


16 


Tho: Torlie 


27 


Edward Goddin 


16 


Tho: Dorrell 


22 


Richard Cafion 


24 


Uxor, Elizabeth Cafion 23 


Barnard Colman 


26 


Chri. I'uke 


16 



W» Paul 


20 


W" Bates 


17 


Samvell Short 


24 


W™ Hooper 


18 


Richard Hurt 


17 


Willm Wells 


17 


Tho: Dene 


17 


Jo: A Negroe 


18 


Jo: Richards 


21 


Ant° Bullock 


19 


Thomas Bassit 


18 


Edward Aid worth 


13 


Edward Vyncent 


18 


Jo: Truppatt 


17 


Ant° Cooper 


17 


Jo: Lake 


16 


Rich Tayler 


16 


Tho: Mordin 


18 


Edward Sell 


18 


Roger Willms 
Jo: Bay lie 


16 


18 


Francis Woodcott 


16 


Jo: Bee 


17 


Ric>> Greene 


17 


Geo: Palmer 


18 


Tho: Smith 


14 



EMIOBANTS FOK ST. CBHISTOPHEBS, ftC. 



109 



Daniell Hammond 


12 


Francis Hedges 


13 


Tho: Hall 


24 


Geo: Morgan 


12 


Davie Morris 


18 


Humfrey Smith 


14 


Jo: Barnes 


16 


Tho: West 


17 


Francis Watson 


16 


Abraham Claxson 


17 


Hugh Wentworth 


44 


Katherin White 


18 


James Aston 


22 


Ann Taylor 
Elizabeth Groves 


24 


Elizabeth Clark 


18 


Ric^ Daughton 
Mathew Steevens 


13 


35 


Ellen Burrowes 


30 


12 


Jo: Groves 


1 qr. 






Tho: Larkyn 


15 


Blanch Roberts 


20 


Jo: Page 


33 


David Jones 


15 






Tho: Jennison 


21 


George Hanmer 


24 


2 Ministers. 




Sara Page 


31 


Roger Hodges 


17 


Jo: Oxenbridge 


24 


Sara Page 


3 


W« Powell 


15 


Henry Jennings 


24 


Mary Page 
Richard Harris 


3 mo. 


Sampson Meverill 


20 






17 


Hennr Carter 
Jo: Yates 


42 


Benjamin Miller 


30 


Jeffery Wright 


18 


48 


Henry Fletcher 


35 


Samvell Mayo 


10 


Jo: Browne 


16 


Edward Stanghton 


50 


Marie Goffe 


18 


Francis Raynne 


10 


Josias Forster 


431 Jo: Brookes 


12 



Secundo die Septembris 1635. 

Thais under written names are to be transported to St. Christophers : 
innbarqued in the William and John — Rowland Langram M' have been 
examined by the Minister of Gravesend and tooke the oaths of AUeg. and 
Suprem: die et A? p\ 



James Lampley 
W™ Greene 
Henry Daniell 
Rowland Davies 
W" Reddish 
Edward Brownish 
Robert Fitt 
Richard Lewes 
Richard Corie 
Richard Christie 
Jo: Brant 
W" Williams 



19 
18 
20 
20 
20 
20 
18 
26 
18 
20 
24 
21 



Christopher Steevenson 19 

Tho: Barnes 20 

Robert Watler 20 

Andrew Young 40 

Francis Hudson 36 

Jo: Parr 19 

W™ Morley 24 

Ric» Gavyn 21 

Tho: Phillipps 35 

Jo: Willard 16 

Tho: Hanmer 14 



W"» Bumham 


21 


Walter Wall 


16 


W" Bathoe 


18 


Tho: Tupper 


21 


W" Bayhe 


23 


Tho: Brookes 


21 


Nathanill Bernard 


22 


Tho: Price 


20 


Geo: Frie 


19 


Tho: Hart 


25 


Mathew Addison 


17 


Theobald Wall 


18 


Robert Richardson 


33 


Robert Leake 


38 


Barnabie Brooke 


20 


Jo: Cock 


18 


Nic° Cobb 


24 


Jo: Hinson 


21 


Tho: Kkkersoe 


24 


Geo: Carter 


28 


Ric*» Harris 


26 


Henrie Nokes 


27 


Tho: Thompson 


28 



Samvell Knipe 


23 


Jo: Watton 


25 


Jo: Byrall 


29 


Morris Parry 


30 


Jo: Nayler 


20 


Edward Nayler 


21 


Geo: Noble 


22 


W™ Cocks 


20 


Martin Sowth 


19 


W" Greenelefe 


26 


Jo: Sawnders 


17 


Tho: Hames 


16 


John Pinkley 


30 


Robert Thomson- 


22 


W™ Davies 


30 


Richard Beare 


28 


Geo: Ford 


19 


Tho: Lowynn 


20 


Jo: Drake 


18 


Robert Outmore 


38 


Hugh Hilton 


23 


Tho: King 


27 


Lawrence Adderford 


26 






110 



EMIGRANTS FOB ST. CHBISTOFHBBS, AC. 



James Dockkie 


17 


Nathaniel 1 Sirapkins 


26 Jo: Kent 


23 


Ezechell Rennam 


15 


W" Procter 


26 Robert Lynt 


21 


Tho; Harden 


15 


Edward Gressara 


17 Edward Bellis 


21 


Edward Brunt 


26 


W™ Steevens 


21 Tho: Gill 


ao 


Tho: Reinolds 


16 


Tho: Whithedd 


24 W°» Grove 


32 


W'° Benn 


24 


Tho: Clark 


25 Richard Mason 


29 


Phillip Skorier 


26 


W« Stiffiliynn 


16 1 Manley Richardson 
18 Isack Beet 


21 


W"» Worrall 


23 


Jo: Bonn 


23 


Jo: Banson 


27 


W™ Dunbarr 


15 John Pickering 
18 Tho: Archbold 


25 


Henry Bugland 


21 


Jo: Morrish 


19 


Jo: Morton 


24 


Alexander Glover 


37 Mathew Wells 


28 


Jo: Ditchfield 


22; Ed ward King 


25 







Tricessimo die Septembris 1635. 
Aboard the Dorss* John Flower M' bound for y« Bormodes. 



John Redford 


16 


Tho: Stokes 


30 EM ward Simpson 


13 


Robert Ramsey 


15 


W°» Rosden 


16 Edward Grubthom 


14 


John Williams 


16 


Nathaniell West 


15 Jonas Groldenham 


16 


Willm Elliston 


13 


Jo: Donn 


14 


Judith Bagley 


58 


Liibas Wright 


16 


Edward Edwynn 


15 


John Glassenden 


14 


lliifiifrey Holt 


18 


Jo: Sell 


15 


W" Hardinff 

Uxor Sarah Harding 


30 


Tho: Joyner 


16 


Tho: Ireland 


10 


30 


Ric** Tregagell 


18 


EM ward Da vies 


17 


Henry Rosse 


31 


Jo: Loe 


18 


Edward Simpson 


13 


Tymothie Pynder 


26 


Josua Woodcock 


11 


Edward Aldin 


17 


Margaret Pynder 


41 


Robert Fisher 


10 


Tho: Atkins 


16 


Jane Dart 


17 


Tho Sharp 


17 


Tho: Riley 


16 


Geo: Tuck 


40 


Jo: Rowland 


21 


W" Barnes 


15 


Ezia Vyntent 


30 


VVm Wheeler 


22 


Jo: Day 


16 


Uxor Mathew 


30 


W" Pennington 


18 


W"" Barrith 


16 


Minister Daniell Wite 


30 


Jo: Mnthcws 


16 


Jo: Tustin 


16 


Sampson Lort 


30 


Robert Vardell 


20 


Jo: Necklin 


17 


Jo: Miller 


47 


Jo: Heth 


21 


Jo: Hark wood 


20 


John Johnson 


23 


Nathaniell Bonnick 


16 


Humfrey Kemp 
David Thomas 


16 


Richard Jenninp 


35 


Jo: Denmnn 


14 


26 


Uxor Sara Jennings 


18 


Tho: More 


18 


Willm Alburie 


15 


Richard Palmer 


30 


W™ Bruister 


17 


Arthur Thome 


33 


Uxor Ellis Palmer 


21 


George Hubbard 


16 


W™ Cheeseman 


20 


Tho: Griffin 


32 


Edw: Middleton 


15 


John Mitchell 


20 


Ann Griffin 


35 


Francis Russell 


23 


John Casson 


18 


Robert Ridley 


28 


James Rising 


18 


Alexander Brabant 


30 


Elizabeth Ridley, 


30 


Geo: Absolon 


16 


Henry Fulcock 
Jo: Mansfield 


15 


Edward Chaplin 


20 


Jo: MosdcU 


24 


19 


W"» Casse 


19 


W"» Stocker 


19 


Willm Craft 


15 


Petemell Nowell 


46 


Edward Morris 


18 


Richard Haldin 


14 


Christian Wellman 


43 


W'" ThoiiMS 


17 


Geo. Palmer 


27 


Eliz: Aldworth 


15 


Ric** Bunting 


17 


W'» Simpson 


17 







< 



EMIGRANTS FOR ST. CHRISTOPHERS, &C. 



Ill 



2*» die Octobris 1635. 

Aboard the John of London James Waymoth M' bound to St Christo- 
phers. 

John Batcheller 
Sam veil Parker 
Tho: James 
Chri. Thomson 
Alexander Fleetvirood 
Walter Lee 
Edward Dodson 
Gilbert Clark 
Geo: Ileelis 
Richard Elmes 
Richard Smith 



26 


Willm Richardson 


24 


Jo: Sherlock 


20 


19 


Edward Mekins 


18 


Tho: Frost 


28 


25 


Jo: Clymer 


30 


Lewes Evans 


25 


21 


Richard Evans 


21 


Jo: Thomson 


19 


19 


Henrie Feeld 


25 


Richard Townsend 


19 


21 


Henrie Radford 


20 


Mary Goodwin 


18 


21 


Jo: Henman 


19 


Jane Goodwyn 


20 


19 


Tho: Walker 


19 


Martha Lilliot 


20 


19 


Jo: Mulleneux 


24 


Elizabeth Murrin 


21 


21 


Oswell Metcalf 


22 


Joan Hill 


21 


22 


Edward Cooke 


22 


Elizabeth Freeman 


18 



13** die Octobris 1635. 



Aboard the Annitie George Downcs M' bound to S^ Christoph". 



Isack Drake 
Richard Iveson 
Robert Barne 
Tho: Hernden 
Edward Farr 
W™ Burrowe 
Tho: Brewyun 
Marmaduke Borne 
Willm Creswell 
Henrie Hodgskynns 
Robert Payne 
George Hatrell 
Jo: Hippsley 
WilliTi Stanley 
John Snape 
Isack Buck 
Walter Ellitt 
Aymies Halfyard 
Oliver Johnes 
John Smith 
Hamblet Sankey 
Edward Porter 
Tha Galley 
Tho: Pitts 
Jo: Thomson 
Richard Webster 
Lewes Jones 
John Coombes 



25 1 George Coop' 

24 Mathew Preston 
a*) John Pynkston 
23 1 W™ Geies 

28 Willis Vbank 

19 1 Charles Parker 

24 , James Leachman 

2liW»»Cartwrite 

22 Richard West-Garrett 

19 j Wm Harris 
2],JenNicholls 
32; Tho: Rodes 
19 1 Jo: Boughei 

22 1 Edward Grindall 
22 Jo: Vaughan 
33 ; Jo: Godd in 
20 1 Richard Larkyn 
19 1 Richard Bodman 
25 1 Tho: Molton 
23 1 David Owen 
22 Henrie Rowles 
21 Nic° Alford 

20 Samvell Sakell 
24 1 Robert Jones 

25 i Jo: Browne 
24 1 Peter Salmon 
20 Jo: Saunderson 

26 Robert Rolfe 



20 John Jack 
22 Tho: Yott 

27 John Teirrer 
18 John Farmer 
20 W"* Daughten 
18 Rich Skynner 

22 W™ Efferton 
18 James Makyn 
20 W'° Harris 
16 Bastian Petite 
16 John Warren 

20 Rich Phinnei 

21 James Briggs 
21 1 John MusicK 

23 Jo: Griddick 
20 W™ Davies 

32 Robt Heath 
23 Tho: Baggelay 
20 William Yatcman 
26 Richard Grind 

22 W™ Galler 

28 Robert Downe 

23 John Hye 

30 Edward Webb 

33 James Johnson 
20 ; John Avery 

23 Daniell Cannelly 
23 Rice Poke 



27 
24 
24 
24 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
23 
20 
30 
25 
19 
16 
40 
30 
24 
25 
11 
20 
35 
36 
17 
28 
22 
20 
30 



112 



EMIGRANTS FOR ST. CHRISTOPHERS, &C. 



Roger James 
James Curtis 
Clement Haines 
John Fynn 
W°»Goff 
Andrew White 
John Billinghurst 
Morrice Davie 



29 W"» Rule 



20 



22 , Mary Wynd 


18 


22 Market Coles 


21 


30 'Mane Merriton 


21 


11 Kat: Brewett 


16 


24 ; Ellen Channce 


2J 


24 1 Ann Palmer 


29 



Alice Barker 
Patient White 
Isack and / rp_,_ 
Jacob S ^ ^y 
Judith Lloyd 
Marie Maxwell 



3C 
44 



18 
31 



20 Novembris 1635. 

Theis under written names are to be transported to the Barbadoes, im- 
barqued in the Expedition, Peter Blackler M'. The Men have taken the 
oaths of Allcgeance and Supremacie. And have been examined by the 
minister of the Townc of Gravescnd touching their Conformitie to the 
ord" and discipline of the Church of England die et A® p**. 



Minist' Nicholas Bloxa 

als Jagles yeres 31 

Abram Holland 10 

Thomas Hudson 16 

Black well Lawrence 16 

Leonard Briggins 17 

Thomas Clark 27 

Morgan Jenkins 32 

Ric** Pratt 18 

Tho: Freeman 19 

Will™ 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 

Will" Gibson 19 

Jo: Williams 17 

WUliam Steward 21 

John Pierce 18 

Hugh Evans 18 

Brian Aston 21 

Nicholas CoUon 19 

Henry Field 24 

Richard Smith 20 

John Knowles 27 

John Dickenson 24 



John Mann 
Tho: Peacock 
Edward Steevcns 
Thomas Weekes 
Hugh Cheswood 
Jo: Coert 
John Pike 
George Blacklock 
John Coleman 
W™ Watts 
John Bonner 
Willm Snignell 
Tho: Hobin 
Francis Bamit 
Willm Buckley 
John Clark 
Phillipp Mori in 
Henry Rawlins 
Jo: Rudge 
Eklward Evans 
John Hownsefield 
Tho: Davie 
Henry Gowde 
W<» Mellison 
John York 
W™ Carpenter 
John Wynter 
Ja- Waller 
John Sumes 
John Heron 



21 Willm Tayler 26 

17 John Parlin 21 
53 ' W" Jackson 33 
23 ' John Medgley 31 
21 W» Wrench 31 
21 Robert Hurt 19 
30 James Farebank 26 
32 , Henrie Berrisford 32 
40 James Nettleton 93 
28 Thomas Armitage 94 

18 Francis Mann 19 

18 John Felkynn 20 

20 John Jones 90 
23 Richard Lightboand 93 
26 Christopher Haitlie 19 
16 Tho: Wood 

21 Henrie Godfne 

25 Tho: Palmer 19 
42Jo:Humfrey 30 

22 John Smith 33 
20 Ambrose Greene 33 
20|Jo:Hilliard 18 

19 Jo: Browne 96 
25WUlmWarr 19 

26 Mathew WilkiuoD 18 

19, Mathew Gibbont 90 
23,W"Aadley 18 
17 1 James Kingston 

20, Ric>> Smart 
20 1 W>» Walters 36 



I 

\ 



EMIGRANTS FOR ST. CHRISTOPHERS, &C. 



113 



Tho: Davies 
NatlmnicU Nordin 
W™ Pitt 
Jo: Chater 
Ja' Chapman 
Geo: Sterry 
Abram Cheynei 
Jo: Sturton 
Jo: Edens 
Lawrence Brock 
Rici" Beet 
Robert Hobbs 
Peter Jones 
W" Topleife 
Jo: Robinson 
Morrice Jones 
Henry Stint 
Josias Weston 
Francis Birkenhedd 
Edward Jones 
Ellis Williams 
W" Tayler 
Tho: Burnham 
Joseph Boyce 
Jo: Rainescrofl 
Henrie Bostock 
Jefferie Shipp 
W™ Brooke 
Lanncelott Lacon 
W" Plomer 
W°» Sheicrofte 
W"" Coke 
Jo: Jennings 
Tho: Ossebrooke 
Jo: Davenport 
Geo: Burton 
W™ Morgan 
Davie Thomas 
Ric^ Hannis 



23 


Peter Croningburk 


20 


46 


Jo: Hall 


29 


25 


Jo: Compton 


26 


17 


Clement Backford 


30 


24 


Robert Browne 


18 


24 


John K^ 
Howell Pryce 


32 


22 


25 


18 


Edward Aston 


32 


19 


Robt Edwards 


38 


18 


Richard Ash 


24 


18 


John Medley 


») 


2() 


Thomas King 


24 


30 


Richard Snowe 


28 


18 


Robert Filbome 


18 


19 


Pierce Morgan 


23 


21 


Jo: Williams 


17 


18 


Nic° Bro^n 


28 


25 


Ant° Smith 


18 


24 


John Spenceley 


24 


29 


Mathew Shore 


4(i 


18 


Thomas St Parlin 


19 


40 


Dorothy Symonds 


40 


18 


Mary Lupton 


;30 


24 


Ric** Horno 


22 


23 


John Newton 


29 


19 


Thomas Cowdell 


17 


24 


Richard Gibson 


25 


26 


Nicholas Nevell 


19 


32 


George Tayler 


20 


23 


W" Goad 


21 


17 


W°» Marritt 


26 


18 


Roger Eritage 


22 


18 Davie Dodderidge 


20 


27 1 George Fullwood 


19 


30 Ric»» Hamis 


21 


23 j Ralph Webster 


20 


20 Tho: Robinson 


15 


20 Joseph Thomlinson 


26 


21 


Baltazar Dederix 


26 


19 Dec: 1635. 





James Smith 24 

Nic<» Flutter 27 

Nic" Whithedd 24 

W»" Hinkynn 26 

Thomas Gilbert 26 

Richard Seabright 21 

Robert Greenewood 18 

Anthony Ashmore 33 

Launcelott Bromley 44 

Peter Spencer 15 

Thomas Phipps 15 

Davie Thomas 20 

Willin Greene 23 

Jo: Watts 20 

W°» Lock 21 

George I^eas 20 

John Spencer 19 

Henry Antony 19 

James Fossitt 34 

EJenry EUotts 23 

Henry Coke 28 

Richard Bencs 25 

W™ Cosson 20 

W™ Thomson 20 

Thomas Usherwood 28 

W" Haning 30 

John Goad 22 

Richard Moncaster 32 

John Chesting 21 

Roger Sanfora 35 

W"^ Comwell 20 

W" Gosselin 21 

Ja- Coop' 21 

W"* Pnce 22 

Sam: Skynner 22 

Robt Dunstarr 34 

Richard Buck 24 

Nic« Lynton 22 



Theis under-written names are to be transported to the Barbadoes im- 
barqucd in the Falcon Tho: Irish M' the Men have been examined by 
the Minister of the Towne of Grauesend touching their conformitie to the 
Church discipline of England : And also haue taken tho Oaths of Alleg^ 
and Suprem die et A^ pr^ 

15 



114 



EMIGRANTS FOR ST. CHRISTOPHERS, &C. 



Arnold Ownstedd ycrea 
Tho: Skyddell 
Ant' Cadwold 
Phillipp Miller 
Moximillian Prichard 
Tho: Tisfin 
Jo: Butler 
Phines Trusedell 
Bryan Cowley 
Jo: Mason 
Robert Harris 
Abram Shawe 
Geo: Sabyn 
W™ Cartwrite 
Nathan Murfitt 
Jo: Bamett 



30 ! James Spencer 
28 Jo: Chubnell 
2I3;VV"^Ganter 
21 I Jo: Thurrogood 
20 1 Tho: Greene 
28 Richard Richardson 
21 1 Rebecca Burgis 
18 1 Richard Pankc 
80 Leonard Robinson 
H> I Francis Buck 
42 John Uoffg 

20 Robert Symper 

21 Tho: Page 

23 Dennis Britten 
23 Jo: Rogers 
20 James VVolton 



25 ! Jo: Burkett 21 

21 Tho: Harrwell 29 

22 1 Gregorie Booth 18 

20! Edward Howe 19 

16 : Robt Clarke 18 

3(> Francis Martin 18 

17 1 Tho: Webb 22 

19 > Jo: Scott 42 

20 Tho: Evans 23 

20 W"» Phillips 28 

21 James Cotesworth 21 
20 1 Ellinn Robb 27 
20 , filia Elizabeth Robb 7 
20 Tho: Clark 27 
18 

22 



25 decembris 1635. 

Thcis under- written nannes passed in a Catch to the Downes ; and were 
put aboard the aforesaid shipp. 



Tho: Davies 


17 


Griflinn Evans 


40 


W"» CoHisby 


31 


Henry Benson 
Jo: Welsh 


19 


James Terrill 


20 ' Robert Tissall 


30 


a5 


Elizabeth Cossen 


25 Tristram Ford 


21 


Henry Southward 


20 


Jane llickles 


25 Pilias Carpenter 


20 


Ric»» Newbolt 


28 Henry Van Luccom 


24 Richard Hames 


18 


Lawrence Keysie 


28 


Jo: King 


30 Thomas Strcter 


21 


James Robinson 


15 


W»" Flatter 


18 


James Lee 


28 


Ant* Pope 


28 


Jo: Weston 


27 






Jo: Lee 


30 


Tho: Clark 


28 







INDEX OF NAMS OF PASSENGERS. 



Note.— Variations of the same names, are usually given under the most common mode 
of spelling them. 



Ahhott, 19, 69, 102 
AlMly, M 

Ai>soi»ii, no 

Adams. '29. 3.3. 39, 102 

Adderlorii. 109 

Addisiiii, 109 

Aier-i. 19 

Akvers, 100 

Alimii, 12 

Alburie. 110 

Alcock, M, 60 

Aldbiirg, 51 

AMiii. 110 

Aldworth, 108, 110 

Alford. Ill 

Allen. :», 81 

Allcrlon. 86, 107 

Alley, 35 

Alliclav, 102 

Allin.'99, 100, 10:3 

Allit. 1'2 

Almond. 34 

AImy.34 

Alsopp, i3, 30 

Alxiirston, 45 

Ambrcv, 101 

Ames, 49 

Audrey, 107 

Anderson. 75, 76, 101, 105, 

lOCi. 108 
Andrews, 24, 56 
Androwe, \(Xi 
Anthony, 70, 71 
Antony. 107, 113 
Anlram, 56 
Antrobuss, 16 
ArrhlK>ld, 110 
Armitage, 112 
ArmHtrong, lOR 
Arnold. 36, 99 
Arres, 45 
Arthur. 65 
Ash, 78,99, 113 



A!«hl)ey. 32 
Ashinore, 113 
Aiihurbt. 106 

Aston, 103, 109,112,113 
Asiwood, 17 
Atherson, 26 
Atkins, lOti. 110 
AtkiuNOH. Wi, 104 
AtwiKxi, 18,23 
Audlcv, 11'2 
Austin, VA), 83 
Avery. 70. 105, 111 
Awhfey, 1(^1- 
A \ res, 26,27 

B. 

Raalam, 77 

Hachrlor. 85 

Backford, 113 

Bacon. '20, 105 

Badcorkc. iJ6 

Badland. 65 

Biigin, 102 

Baglov. 110. Ill 

Baker', 16. 27. 30, 44, 49, 

IW. 101. 101 
Baldwin. lUi, 77 
Ball, 107 
Bull«rtl.39, 70 
Bancs. 39, 71 
Banks. UK, 106 
Bunitholt. 60 
Bonbon, 110 
Barber. 14, 107 
BarrrofTc, 12 
Rarkcr.86. 108, 112 
Barloe, 108 
Barnard, 100 
Barnes, 77, 102, 105, 109, 

110.111 
Barnett. 114 
Barnit. 1 12 
Barran, 105 
Barret, 26, 105, 107 



Rarrith, 110 

Barrotl. l(M{ 

Barrv, itd 

Bart fell, 12. 70 

Barton, j50, 104 

Ba»lter, 101 

Bas.scit, 1 1, S'l, 86, 103, 106, 

lOU 
BatclK'ller. Ill 
Bates, 18,27, 108 
Bathe. 103 
Bathoc, 109 
Batt, 56, i'A) 
Butter. 56 
Baunbh, 59 
Baxter. 80 
Bay ley, 58, 61 
Baylie,41.108, 109 
Bead. 101. 112 
Bcnlc,31,80 
Bcames, 75 
Bcamond, 24 
Bearbeik, 78 
Bcarcc, 69 
BeanUicy, 16 
BeardcM. 26 
Beare, 109 
Beaton. 106 
Ik'ck, 40 
Beckett, 55, 103 
Bedfling. 105 
Beddle, 102 
Bedlam. 105 

Bee, 108 ,, / 

Bceresto. 43 - -? '^ ' ^ " " 
lieet. 110 
Beetcs, 53 
Boer, 74 
Bi-fTord, 106 
Belrher. 2.1. 36 
Bell. ia'>. 107 
BcIliH. 110 
Bellowe*. 19 
Uclton, 103 



' INDEX OP NAMES OF PASSBKQEHS. 



Benu, 113 


llof Jcl.. 30 


Browmi«b, 109 


Benjanm, 11 




Itownloy, lot 


Bonne, 7C, 110 


llarin>lK>ii, 66 




Bcn«i,28,39, 106 


Hurne.09, 111 


IruiXer, 110 


Bcnning, 105 


Borrow. 4B 


Irumwell, 103 


Benson. 100. 11* 


ll..nc., 7B 


Iniiiing, 107 
{r>int,§», 110 




llntibanicr, 78 


Bent, 58 


Bo>t»Fk, 113 


lra,>l», f06 


Ben Jey.aa, 43,78 


Koxvell, 108 


Irolon. 100 


Beanoni, !<> 


B.<llell, 108 


tryun, 100,111 




!sra" 


lrj»ri,67' 


»«!^^',St,«,63,ftl,I0a 


lufk-neo,76 


IV Ay nil, lot 


iloulJ«,43 


Buck, 16, 40, 81, 111,113, 


BcrriifonJ, 11! 


II«u>k. lOS 


Berry, 87 


Bow'loiii.es 


luektanil, 106 


B«n'e, 63 


BowM.gg 


Ilucklcy S4.t6,ll2 


Ho»b«ch, 8t 


HuwmJ. too 


Buek[um,e7 


BMiy.Sy 


Hoy, 76 


iiagt-JB, 63, H 


I)«M,S1, 113 


Biiyre, 67, 1 13 


BuRirej.'S9 


BewJic, !4 


B„yde„,63 


Birron, 107 


Boy*, 7i, 76 


Bull.M, 39. 43,103, 10*, 108 


Bi<rdr«ion. 103 


BovkcH,e5 


Bull man, JUG 


Bid^i*, fi7 


B..jKlou, 37 
Braton, lOt 


Iull«L, 27,30, 108 

lunee.ioa 


BigS.ST 


nrnhani, no 


tundii^k, 17 


B|ge>,4U 


Bracy,tS 
Bradford, B6 


lundoeke, 15, 19 


Bin, 17, 18, 67 


lu,.,ing. I'lO 


Bradilreci, 14,61,63 




Blllingliiini, lit 


Bwnd,77 


lurehe, lOG 


Bil1i.41 


BrBDe. 3fi 


iurfhard, 43 


UnEhnn., 103 


Brw.1, 109 


turrherd.4« 


HinLi,, 5U 


Brell, lOG 


B«rden,3fi 


Bird, 13 


Brewer, 12, SS 


)urgci,49,lt4 
BorEell,ll4 


Birkeiihcdd, 113 


BrcwelL, lit 


BiiUiD, 26 


Brew>[er, 38 


InrlMa.bG 


Biacki, 76 


Brcwj-un, 111 


Bunih-m, 109.113 


Blackgrove. 99 


Hridp.n,B4 


Barrao**,^, 109 


ntackley, 41 


Bridge,; 39, lOi 


Burrow,!! 108,111 
]lufi,34,3i,99,'lOS 


KUcklurke, lis 


BrigK«,40. Ill 


Biack-eiJ.43 


Brigemt, IIS 


l,„i«,39 


Bi>rk.1niie, 60 


Brig^xm, 125 


Burion, 105, 106, 113 


llliKlet, 100, 101 


Bfiniley, 77 
Biml, r07 


turalM,40 


Blake. 68 


lu>hie,46 


Bianford.O? 


Briiten, 114 


lush. 106 


Blaion, ^ 


B.o<-ke,SB,ll3 


tu^belt, 36 


Blio, lOi 


Brudloy. 19 


Imhnell. 18, 19 


Blwi|eil,25 


HingBB, 113 


Buhkel, 14 


Blo«. i(>8 


BroS,!.,, 103 


1i»<ell. lOG 


Bl«™fieid.01,62 




lu.(elli.78 


alone, Sa.M 


Bronk, 105 


luiler.M, 86, 86, 87,114 


Bia»>r.43 


Hrooke. tS,t9,35,83, 107, 


Biiucrwonh, 87 


BtOKBll, 101 


ICJ. 113 


tullerrick, 19,S4 


Bodinnii, III 


llroarne, 43 


tutlnlph.ig 


Boll, 103 


ltroon«r,£3,l5 


ti.t<ry,4b 


Bolton, 105 


Brow. 76 


B}'him.35 


Boney, B3 


Brown. SO 


tTley.60 


Bonn, 110 




lyrall, 109 


Banner, 113 


:U,4I,'I3.44.48,U.6|-., 




Bounitk, no 


70,101,106, 10^,111,11*, 




Boone, lot 







INDEX OF NAMES OF PISSENOBBS. 



cwkiii. rn 

earmark hEl I, K 
Carpenirt, 14, £6, 60, 8G, SB, 

99, lit, 114 
Carr. 30, 36, IM 
Cunnmau. II 
Carter, I'l. IT, GS.GS.TS, 99, 

lot. ICJ 
Carlcack. -23 
Carlwriglil. 101, 111,114 



nlny. 100 
i)n.1lU 



Vbjdd,.el, lot 
rjuinil>i-rliii, 1» 
Chamheri, -1'^ 107 



Chai.lin.J7, 110 
Cbapniao, ■£■!, 48, 

ITS 
Chaniwll. 11 
Ch»rlc«, 87 



107 



ChciMll 

CbcHtiiig, 1 13 
Chnwnod, 1 12 
Cbeynd, 1 1.) 
Chingcllon, IW 

CfaiiwifHi, It; 

Chriiiie, 109 
Chubliurli, 79 

flM^nell, lit 



rh.as, 102 103, lOS 



Jlnrk. li 18,42, 47. fiS. TO, 
77.78.100, 101, 10J, 103 
K";. 10<J, 110, III, IIS, 



Cole, U3, 41,5b, 71, 3S, 106, 



CambcHAdi. 46 
ComMon, 1 13 
Cnnanlcy, 13 
Cmiiiby, 114 
Conly, 105 



CoomboM, 111, 
C-aD|i,'.!l,!.1,ni,ll3 
Cinprr, 11. 15. 1 G, », 43, 

7!l, 1», tot, lUU 
Cope, 34 



Copland. 77 
Coili-r. lUO 



>rir»«ll, lis 
irrJnelon, '26 
o«-ii>, 114 



CrBdil.*k. 19 
Craft, 110 
Cmsg,74 
Crfieuii, 74 
rrnkiiia, 104 



CrlM>. 14. 106 

<'rockinril,76 
CmfK. HIS 



'iirmirkhtll, 75 
:urli<, K'.^-g, 103, IIS 

■u-hinj,. 79 BO 



118 



INDEX OF NAMES OF PASSENGERS. 



DaltoD, % 

Damanrl, S3 

Dane. 30. 102 

Dancll. 19 

iMiiicll. SG, 109 

Darno. 39 

Dart, no 

Daugiitoii, 109, 111 

Dav«'ii|)ort, 113 

Duvers, 103 

DavKl, lOG 

Davie, IIS 

Davie-H, 15. S6, 27, 40, 60, 71 , 

99, 100, 102, 105, 107, 109, 

110, 111.113, IM 
Davison, 77 
Davis, 5H, 59 
Danes, 40 
Dawes, 18 
Dawson, 102, IIS 
Day, 17, 30,51, 110 
Dayes, 100 
Deanc, 21 
Dcilcrix, 113 
Dell. 74 
Dollnhay, lOG 
Dencli, 106 
Dene. 101, 108 
Dciigic, 75 
Den man, 110 
Dtnnis KKl, 106 
Dennv. 33 
Donl.* 103 
Dcutcn, 107 
Dt'park, 101 
DrrlMirn. 100 
Di'>l>rougli, 17 
Devotion, 3G 
Dexter, la 
Devking. 36 
Di('k<MiM>n. MH, 112 
Dirkt-rson, 48 
Dinj^tty, }»♦) 
Diiiijlev. 57 
Dixheni, KKi 
Ditrhfirid. 110 
Dix. :6. 16 
Dixtin. 1(C> 
Dixscm. 4S 
Dockhie. 110 
D.hM,36. 10}] 
DiMMerMl^c. 100,113 
IKxlson. Ill 
DtM\ 107 
Dtiged.jO 
Dt>no. 4, J 
Don lev. 59 
Dt.nn.*39, no 
Dorifall. 51 
Doni. 108 
Durrell, 108 



Dounanl, 20 
Dow, 47 
Downe. Ill 
Dowjicll, 104 
Drake, 107,109,111 
l)riii),53, 103 
Draper, 105 
Dn-uild. 100 
Drrw. 100 
Drewrio, 3.5 
Drinker, 3(i 
Driver. .U, 106 
Dure. 106 
Duliurst, 38 
Duke, i I 
DukharUi. 102 
Dill en, 74 
Duinmer, 61 
Dunhnr, 110 
Dunn, do 
D.mstan. 113 
Duplal, 60 
Du>tan, CiC} 
Dve. 1(U 
DV«r, 14 
D\nioniJ, 100 
Dynley, 105 

E. 

Kaarle, 77 

Karlv, 71 

F^iiiimen. 58 

ICaston. 70 

Katon, 23. C5, 100, 107 

Ktlens. 113 

Kdininsieire. 74 

KdinonHs, 1)9 

Kd wards, 42.66,71,77,113 

Kdwynn, 110 

Kdve, 12.65 

K/ie. 108 - 

Kelei, 107 4>///-^ 

Egerton, 1 11 

Kkhersoe. 109 

FJIerton, 101 

Kll<;ate, 101 

Elliott, 17, 71 

Ellis, 31, 86.88 

ElliKton. 110 

Ellitt, 111 

Ellmer, 12 

Ellotts, 113 

Ellvyn. 99 

Ellwood. 43 

Elmes.2Mll 

Elsnn. 103 

Elvyn. 107 

F'.merson. 36 

Emery, 56 

English. 74, 76 

E|>|)!i, 38 



Eritaec, 113 

Erle,I0O 

Erskine, 69 

ErvyoD, 108 

Esipl^'un, 105 

EthennfftoD, 99 

Evans, 86, 102, 103, 105, 1 11, 

IIS, 114 
Evered, 56 
Everie, 101 
Ewcll, 83 
Ewer. 31 
Eyre, 47 

F. 
Faber, 18 
Fabin, 29 
Fairfield, 87 
Faldoe, 18 
Pall, 103 
Fane, 106 
Fannell,83 
Farchank, IIS 
FarebroUier, 39 
Farfason, 71 
Farman, 40 
Farmer, 102, 107, 111 
Farr, 111 
Farren, 65 
Farring. 106 
Farring^on, 15, 16 
Farron, lOU 
Farrnuds, 19 
Farrow, 79 
Fassiit, 1 13 
Faucer, 107 
Faux, 100 
Fay, 77 
Fearfax, lOS 
Feeld, 111 
Fel<l, 104 
Felkynn, 112 
Felloe, 16 
Felver, 104 
Fenn, 19 
Fenner, 43 
Fennick; 39 
Ferrior, 87 
Ferrinz, 81 
Field 56. 112 
Fificld, 71 
Filborn, 113 
Fillinirham, 48 
Finch, 88 
Firman. 51 
Fi»h, 105 
Fisher, lOS. 110 
Fitrh, 38. 39, U) 
Fiti, 109 
Flade, 99 
Flaming, 106 
Flailer, 114 



INDEX OF NAMBS OF PASSBNGBBS. 



FleelwDod, in 
. Firee, A6 

FlmMDK, 1f> 

Fklchi-r, Oi. 99, 109 



Fo91er.2T,»,71, lOS 
Pouirooi. u 
Foulsham. 80, 3S 
P«liiU>nc, 39 



Ficcinai], 33, U, SG, IS, 1 1 1 , 
112 

Frciicb, S7, 67, 101 

Pii'ibv. a^ 
Ffe«:ll, 75 
Fro>l.ia,lll 
Frv.tW, m 
Fryror. 99 
FMV«k.llO 
Fuirnid, I'le 
Fuller, 18, 29, 86, SB 
Fullwoud, lid 
Kynn, 112 

a. 

Gale, l(B 
Uailer. Ill 
Ualley, 1 1 1 
Uallowar, 106 
Gaop, 1 01) 
Gardo, 106 

Ganliker.L'7,39,tl.l07 
Gatueu, 53 
Gomliii. II 



Gaofl, 4 



(iilwcin. 100,102,118,113 
Cii<l<lini. 16 
GieRnn, 103 



Glaite. 99 

Gln.l>rrll. £6 
Glauneh.tin 
Clnmniilrn, 110 
Glover.Sl.llO 

finati, 3R,"n3 
f ioa-ll.,v. n 



GiHirtcv.70. 112 
Gnirc.a9. 109. IK 

Gi.lfl. ft.M. Iilli 
Gxldrnhnm. 110 
GoIilIiDin. |{)1 



G>wlall,5I.A3,Se 



Gi.cHlhuo. 10 

(i.Hiil)n, 48 

Gnu'lman, 106 

Goailwyo.ia.irU.IOT. Ill 
I Gnrclon, t4, 75, 76 

GoitiDic, 107 
■■ Goiwlln. lis 
' Gould. 31 

nniil.lin«B, i;3 

GouMxIl. fl.K 

Guwdc. ii: 
' Granicr. 99 



Uic'cik;, li l(i, 17,36,63,51, 
W..7.I.71.99, (05,106, lUT, 

io»,iug, lit, 113,111 

(irpcuolcre. 109 
(•rceiily. 103 

l!r^!iwi«".i;i00,102, 113 



!i. 106 



<liiMilicJ.l, .. 
Gn'saani, no 
GmUlich, Ml 
Grii11ii.66, 101, no 

Grrtllllis. 35 
Griiri, lOQ 
Grlr^t, 15 

{-mi, 90, 107 



GriM-™i,99 
Gmd. Ill 



JullifiT, 109 
iuiiu. 74 
>uiiivc,43,I14 



Ilnckwcl1,!6 

llacllw, 107 

lladburnr.3d 

IIu^»'gI1,7S 

lt»ruril, \c, 

lluica, 100,102 

Haile, 13 

llainM. I III 

lluldin, 110 

ilairord, 15 

llJfyaM. til 

llsll, U5, 107, 109, 113 

lUlooay, 103 

HalowJl. 107 

llnl«y,S9 

lUlH-ontiv.TB 

llBint>leii:j04 

llriiiie,7i;, 101,109,114 

lltinii[lui,75,7G 

ilooni, 1 13 

llunood, 51, 51, lOt , 101, 109 



120 



INDEX OF NAMES OF PASSENGERS. 



Hanhury, 18 

Ilamis. 101, 103 

llaiifurd, 21 

llniif^ert.oU 

llauing, 1 13 

Hatimer, 109 

Hanuis, 113 

Hanonian, 74 

Hansby. 100 

llaploy, 103 

Herbert, 33 

Harflcn, 110 

Harding, 29, 105,110 

Hardy, 86, IOC 

Hark wood, 1 10 

Harlackcnden, 36 

Harlowe, 108 

Harnian, 41 

Harris, 11, 14, 68, 84, 100 

103. 105.109, 111,114 
Harrison, 38, 100 
Ilarron. 76 
Harrowiff, 104 
Harrwclf, 114 
Hart, 11,33, 40,46,68,108, 

109 
Hartforde, 101 
Hartley, 105, 112 
Harvey, 16 
Harwood, 67, 100 
Hassard, lOi 
Hassei,21 
Hastings, 104 
Hatch, 83 
Hatfield, 87 
Hathaway, 35, 40, 51 
Hathorne, 101 
Hatrell, 111 
Hatterton, 107 
Hatton, 50 
Haulton, 53 
Haus, 28 
Hauscn. 87 
Ilaward, 54 
Hawes, 43, 56 
Hawk 81 

Hawkins, 21. 23, 67, 106 
Hawksewortb, 15 
Hayman, 100 
Hayne, 57 

Hayward. 11, 15,21,50, 105 
Hazel, 103 
Heath. 12,42, 111 
Hedcickc, 75 
Hedges, 109 
llcdre>'. 108 
Hedsali, 20 
Heelis, 111 
II el ai no. 107 
Hely, 107 
Henman, 111 



Henry, 108 

Henson, 103 

Hcpworth, 101 

Hernden, 111 

Heron, 112 

Herring. 106 

llerrnhiil. 33 

Heth, 110 

Hewlett, 70, 71 

Hcvlei, 15 

Heyward, 83 

Hibbens,71,103 

Ilickless, 114 

Hide, 5i\, 107 

1 1 id roc ke, 76 

Higdon, 56 

Higffins, 99 

Ilii^hon, 7.3 

Hill. 11.38.40,68,100,103, 

106,107,108,111 
Hilliard, 107, 112 
llillinan.36 
Hilton, 105, 109 
H ink ley, 83 
Hinkynn, 113 
Hiniie, 75 
Hiuson, 109 
Hippsley. Ill 
Hiichcoek, 23 
Hiirr, 100 
Hobart, 79 
Hobbs, 78. 104, 113 
Hobin, 1 12 
Hobson, 100 
Hocksley, 68 
Hoddins, 107 
Hodges, 19, 107, 109 
Hodgkynns, 1 1 1 
Hodgson, 100 
Hoeman, 32 
Hogg, 74, 76. 114 
Flolburd, 103 
Holder. 77 
Holdred, 19 
Holdi worth. 106 . 
Holland, 99, 112 
iTollinby, 102 
Hollings worth, 40, 106 
HoUiock, 34 
Ilollis, 102 
Holloway, 28, 105 
Holly, 35 
Holmar, 12 
Holmen, 99, 100. 102 
Holt, 56. 108, 110 
Homes, 45, 77 
Hoiiibym, 107 
Hookhnin. 106 
Hooper. 39. 108 
Hopgood, 77 
lioppine, 68 



Hopwood, 103 

Home, 113 

Horsham, 104 

Horwood, 14 

Hosmer, zO 

Houghton, 26, 32 

Houlding, 53 

Houseman, 102, 106 

How, 75 

Howe, 43. 104,114 

Hownesfield, 112 

Howse, 106 

Howson, 14 

Hovt, 86, 88 

Hubbanl, 23, 27.39,40,42, 

101, 107,108,110 
Huchinson, 60 
Huckie, 106 
Hudson 24, 74, 75, 99, 109, 

112 
Huetl, 102 
Hughes, 100, 106 
Hull, 29. 42 
Hume, 75 
Hamfrey, 112 
Hunt, 107 
Hunter, 100 
Hurlie, 107 
Hurt, 108,112 
Huswith. 108 
Hulchins, 100. 112 
Hutchinson, 105 
Hutley, 42 
Hye, 111 
Hyn<l, 103 
Hywood, 102 

I. 

lies, 100 

Ilsbey, 51) 

Ingles, 56 

Inglish, 107 

Ingram, 40 

lrclaad,26,110 

Ireson, 34 

Isaack, 51 

Ives, 43 

IvesoD, 102, 106,111 

J. 

Jacson, 76 
Jack, 111 

Jackson. 23, 29, 38, 40, 74, 
100,101,102,105,106,112 
Jacob, 70, 79 
Jagles, 112 
Jago, 101 
Jameson, 76 

James. 12,80,81,111,112 
Jamnell, 74 
Jarman, 29 



i 



^ 



INDKX OF NAMES OF PASSKNGERS. 



121 



Jav, 15 

Jcirries, 30 

JclUr, 71 

Jenkins, 4;1, 112 

Jcukynn, 3\), 100 

Jcnier, 74 

Jennc, 86 

Jennings, 53, 87, 88, 102, 

109. 110,113 
Jenoison, 109 
Jennor, 99 
JeotTviics.l^ 
Jepson, ii7, 88 
Jennavnc, (37,69 
Jerncll, 19 
Jcrvis, 71 
Jimson, 74 
Joancs, 49 
Joes, 43 

Johnes, 12, 19,99. lOfi. Ill 
Johnson, 14, 24, 39. 10, 42, > 

65. 75. 85, 99, 100, 103, ' 

110. Ill 
Jones, 23, 31 , :J3. 'Si, ;3(). 39, 

59, 74, 84, [to, 100, 103, 
105. lOG, 107, 108, 109, 

111. 112, 113 
Jopc, 41 
Jordan, 33 
Josilin, "iO 
Joiner, 103, 110 
Jurden, 70 

K. 

Kallcnder, 75, 76 

Kebic, 88 

Keclc. 17 

Kecne. 59 

Kemhall.5I.52 

Kemp. 56. 106, 110 

Kemper, 75 

Kem,58. 59. 70, 71, 110 

Kerbic, 42. 106 

Kerlev. 53 

Ketl,'99 

Keilell. 29 

Key, 100, 113 

Kcyne, 39 

Kevsic, 114 

KiKie. 107 

Kilbonio, 26, 51 

Kilin. 48 

KillinKliRll,43 

Kinderslic, 105 

King, 21, 35, 36, 52, 53, 56, , 

5% 71. 102,105,106, 109, ■ 

110,11,3,114 
Kint^HDian, 70 
Kingston, 112 
Kirk, 25 
Kirtland, 15 

16 



Knappe, A V 

Knight. 39, 56. 60, 80, 99. 

Iu3, 107, 108 
Knipe. I(i9 
Knore, 34 
Knowlus, 25, 103, 112 

L. 

Lacie, 107 

Laeon, 113 

Lad<l, 70 

Lake, 103,106,108,112 

Lamhnrl. 23, 47 

l.amberd, 103 

LanilH>r(, 112 

Lambelh, 107 

Lampeu^h. 99 

LamjilcT, 109 

Lamyn,'l02 

Lane, 77. 104, 107 

Langc, 107 

Langredge, 99 

linnnin, 15 

Lara^e, 79 

Larkyn, 109, 111 

I.alronie, 71 

Lavcre. 68 

Laveripk,52 

Lqu<I. 69 

Launder, 36 

Lawes, 45 

Lawrence, 16, 99, 104, 106, 

112 
Laycork, 105 
Lay don. 105 
Lay ton, 1(K) 
Lea. 18. 54 
Leach, 18,24 
Leachmnn, 111 
Leake. 33, 105, 109 
Leas, 113 
Leaves. 12,65 
Ljay, 1(^4 

It, 86 
Ti. 87. 100, 102. 103, 

;^, 107. 108, 111,114 

^, 102, 104 
T.eed-t, 47 
Lcsten, 75 
Lett, 103 
Letlenv, 100 
Lcttync, 24 
Levage, 56 
Levins, 11, 101 
Lewes, 40. 109 
Lewis, 12,51,62,84 
liidriicott. 6-4 
Lieford, 29 
Light>)onnd, 1 IS 
Llllrot, 111 
Lincoln. 45, 79, 81 



Lind-ev, '46 

Linir, 101 

LinltlUId, CO 

Liltlehall, 70 

Livermore, 53 

Lloyd, 42, 105,112 

Locke. 15, 102, 113 

Lodge. 102 

Loi>, liO 

Loftis, 101 

Lontiinoys, 37 

Lone, 10.*) 

Long. 32. 10. 100, 102, 103 

Long>ha, 106 

Loiigwiili, 105 

Loomis, 27 

Lord, 28 

Lorl, 110 

Lostcll, ia3 

Lougie, 21, 59 

Love, mi 

LovcU. 106 

Lovlcv, 10.'{ 

Lowe^ 43, 74 

Lowis, 107 

Lowyun. 109 

Loyil. 42 

Lucocks, 103 

Luddingtcin, 19 

Liidken, 15.79,82 

Ludwell, 59 

Luff, 70 

Lumus. 23 

Lunt. 71 

Luplon, 113 

Lurlrav. 101 

Lulterell, 106 

Lvne. 38. 106 

Lvnicy, 100, 1(W 

Lynl, 1 10 

Lvnton, 113 

Lyon, 42, 88. 100 

Lyslc, 87, 88 

M. 

Mack. 75 

Mackajne, 7L 75, 76 
Mackaiester, 74, 75 
Mackalinsten, 74 
Mackally, 76 
Mackane, 75 
Mackannell, 74 
Mackatberne, 75 
Mackcunnell, 75 
Mdckdoel, 75 
Mackdounell, 74 
Macken, 74 
Mackendoche, 74 
Markenthow, 74 
Mackcth, 75, 76 
.Mackey, 74, 75, 76 



122 



INDEX OF NAMKS OF PASSENGERS. 



IMackfarson, lo, 7G 
IVIurkliaii, 71 
.M..rklirll. 7.'> 
.M.icklirllill. IT) 
iMacklii m'. 71. 7<» 
.Miicklii^r. "ill 

M.n'klH'liiif. 71 
!M.irklii<l«<. 'i I 
IMaikiN Ml', 7.') 
.M<uku«'ik'. ~'>, Ih 
.Mackiicllf, 71. 7j 
Mackiu'^ior. 11 
M icknitli. 7.') 
Markiiiiiio. 71. 7j 
.'Mackoiitoo^. 7J» 
Aliicknjso, 71- 

M;iC-kli'MtllH, 7fi 

MarkiliKiiKis. 71 

MarklM'lli, 7."), 7»J 

M.K'kuiiiall. li) 

Alack Will 71 

Mark\\illiam.7^ 

M i<i>ii)X. I.'). 101 

Mak\ii. Ill 

Million. Ul'} 

MaiiiftiNi, 10 

-Ma in. 7.). lo7. ]\Z 

ManiMTiii!^. 1 1 

Alaiiiniii;. .'..», 17 

.M.m«.lifl.l. J.}. lOJ. IK) 

.M.ui/.or, lOf". 

Ma|u"s. .'t.i 

iMarrli«>, .'>J{ 

.M-irciii, .'!7 

.Marr. |0| 

.Marhin. Vli 

iMarnit. 1 1.) 

Marn.w. HK.) 

.Marriiwdtii, lOJ 

Marsh. 70. Ifi7 

MaHiaM. I.), ,11, ;;i), i:.8;:. 

!(*.. Iii7 
Marim. JO. J.l. .u. 10. •^r;.74. 

I(J1. Iii.>-107, lU 
.Miirvvii. J'i 
.M.is.»n. :o. M. :,.), VA, lOJ. 

I0>;. Mo. lu 

Ma-i.Ts. 10] 
^Ia>i<'rliiri. Ikj 
Ma<|..ii. w; 
M.iUiir. nu 

.Maihr\%-. liii. Rv;. no 

M.in.Mrv. II 

V. iii'.irr .5:1 
M.iuirrv. lo;; 

MaxArll. 112 

Mav. (;7.;r»;. iu7 

Mav. r. wl 
y\,nn, lo.J 
Mrltr.aii. KM'. 



: Moriiain. UU 
' Mclffk-v, Hi 

Mcllrv' ll.i 

' .Mi'.lwlil. lOl 
I MikiiH, 111 

: >l.|lls..|l, IIJ 

-Mfirir. M,.VJ 

.M. r.-..;;^. ,;i 

M. rnli.l.l. lOJ 

.Mrninian, Kx] 

Morriitiii, I \Z 

^It'rrv. 'I'l 
I M.'KmIu., I.^). wr,. Ill 

MoviTill. lOU 
I .M.rl.,.|I.!;l 

! .Mn-kcll, 71 15 

Mickii.il'. 71 
I MMUllrion. no 
' Millr..lJ.7;).77,10U,110,lll 

Mlllrsnil, 71 

I .MiMi-it. •:•! 

.M.lliiiiiion, 107 

.Mills. 11)0 
! -MiliuT, ;;iJ 

' Milwaril. 71.7»5, KH. 107 
' ^'iiilcriie. (•" 

Mitrhc-ii. no 

.Mix- r. ,')], J2 

■■ .MnUT, 12 

' Moll. i:o 

.Mol Ill 

Monra-iiT. I IJ 

!Moiiiii:;rs. .i l- 

.M..uk.IM» 

Moiil'iw . 71- 

.Moiirtic, 71. 75 
" Moiiiairuf. (VJ 
■ !Moiii}^.iiii('ry. I0<3 

.Moiiiro^i'. 7») 

^Idiiwilji.nn. 7 I. li) 
; Moorf.7l.iJl. KM) 

'Monlou. !."». Kil! 

.Mor.-. i;». -V), Jil, .?.'». 71, '.'•.». 
! IH), K:.',. Kn;, Ki:;. 110 

MoriM-i>ck. .»<► 

M.Hi'u'kl.iM 

.M..r:;an. UV. 113 

Morli'x. |i>!» 

Moilii'i. 112 

.Morn*. 7.") 

Morri"-«, .").! 

MorrPN . 13 

.Morr.-. 17. r.7. KK3, KVJ. 110 

.Morri^h. 110 

Morrl>'>n, K'». 101 

^loiroi 1.'} 

.M«»r'*i', '2ii, ."l*^ 77 

Morta-h. 102 

Morton. 7,). {«;. lOTi, Kl7, 1 10 

Morv, X} 

M..s'.|,.||, 110 



Mosse. 31 
M..II. ;u;. 77 
.Moii(li»v. 70 
Moalion. I*!. 47 
-Moinitain, 10*2 
.Moyrrs. 102 
Miirksiort', IG 
.Multool. 77 
.MulitMioii.x. Ill 
MiiiiifonI, 73 
-Miiiirhroll, 75 
."Miiuninf^f. 51, 52^ 77 
.MuM>on, ,{5. 51 
Miirfiit 111 
Murrill, 12 
Miirriii, 1 1 1 
iMinrow, 75, 7t) 
Musick, 111 
.Miiskcit. 15 
Mii.sM-ll. 2(», lOG 
.Miis.soy. 70 
.Mn?,«.|fuhile. oG 
.Mv<llioii.>c. 102 
Myios.71 
Mviinikvii, 100 

N. 
Narum, Kk> 
Naiit'V. '21- 
.Na-li^ Km; 
.Navlnr. 101» 
.Nciil.r. ill, H3 
Nravo. 18 
Noavcrro. fi.") 
Nrcklm. no 
iVitMi>on, KHI 
Ncirror. W,i 
Ni'lmc. 107 
NrUon. 37 

Nrs an 

Nril.ic. 107 
.N«li!fi«>n. 112 
Nrvdl, Il.i 
NtrwiM'V, 71 

Ni-wl.oli. lU 
.\(ur(»inl>. 13, 103 
Nl-wiIou. <W 
Nowi'II, 5. J, oi 
NrvMnaii. .JI. 70, 71 
Ni-^\toii. 1 1.) 
Mfluils, 23. Ill 
Nii'krr'ioii, 15 
Nirks, KK> 
Mshni, lilO 
Ni«»oin, KM) 
Noi.le. 101, K)9 
Nok<-, 101. loy 
.Norilf'ii. 1 13 
Normnii. 10«» 
iNorris, V.U, 108 
North, 23 



INDEX OF NAMES OF PASSENGERS. 



123 



Norton, 11.71,106 
Nott. 102 
Nowtll, 110 
Noyfs.57,70,71,77 
Nunii, 26 
Nutbrown, 39 

O. 
O'Bryan, 106 
OHen, 68 
Omciit. 107 
OfTword, 100 
Oijrdeit 101 
Oeell, UH 
ONItT. 102 
Oldham. 30, 86 
Ollivrr, 11.50,66 
Olinstcdd. 12 
Oiiiey, 16 
Ooeale, 76 
Oiiclh, 67 
Oiigc, 5;} 
On von. 3.') 
Oram. 105 
Orchard, 68 
Orris, 2y 
0>born, 100 
(Kgood, 5i),70 
Ossebrooke, 113 
Oulmoro, 109 
Ovell, 85 
Owjiic, 26 
Owen, 100,104,111 
OwnsU'dd, 114 
Oxcnbridge, 109 

P. 

Packer, 81 

Patldev, 56 

Page. 2 ». 4k 46, 105, 109, 1 U 

Paine. 48. 66, 81 

Pallister, 100 

Palmer, 39, 51,10'!, 107, 100, 

110,112 
Palmcrley. 23 
Pancrusl. 31 
Panke, 114 
Paple, 107 
Pardy, 99 
Parish, 2l> 
Parke. 59 
Parker.23, 30, 41, 56, SO, 61, 

71,78,108. Ill 
Parkinson, 106 
Parler, 106 
Parlin, 112 
Pamell. 108 
Parr, 109 
I'arry, 43, 109 
Parryer, 15, 16 
Tursons, 56, 87 



Patlman, 102 
PaiierNon, 15,76 
Padcson, 75 
Paul. 108 
Paulcs, IV7, 88 

Paynp,2<).H108. m 
Payson, 17 

Peal»ody, 16 

Peacock, 17,112 

Pcake, 19 

Pearae, 65 

Pease, 53, 5 i 

Peat, 17 

Peck, 80.82, 100, 106 

Pfdier, 66 

Pcerce, 85 • 

Pek«>. 105 

IVM, 19. lai 

Pellam,23,21 

IVnrc. yj 

Pendleton, 108 

Peiidre<l, 103 

Penn, 107 

Pcnuaire. 71 

IVnnington,65, 110 

Penny. 102 

PeiiMin, 106 

Pepper, 55 

Pepy, 5;3. 55 

Perce, 26 

Percy. 103 

Perk 3JJ 

Perkins 'll, 100, 106 

Perlcy, 16 

Perrv, 74, 103 

Pers], 15 

Persice, 68 

Peter, 99 

Petite. 1 1 1 

Pcttiiiger. 87 

Phelps. 71, 107 

Phoicl. ?J6 

Phillips, 99, 100. 106, 109, 114 

Philpot. 100, 101. 106 

Phinnei, 111 

Phippen, 15. 104 

Pfaipps, 113 

Phylkin. 103 

Picke, 65 

Pickering, 87, 110 

Picto, 105 . 

Pierce. 51, 105, 112 

Pike. 56, 112 

Pinkley, 109 

Pitbouse, 56 

Pittney, 21 

PitU,81.82. Ill, 113 

Place. 4.1, 100 

Plankeit. 10*2 

Plomcr, 113 

Pltiukcit, 106 



Pod<l, 23 

Poke, 111 

Pollard, 65 

Pollinsioii. 105 

Pomell, UX; 

Poud, 60 

Poniid. 28 

P«>nnt, 28 

Poole, 108 

Prorc, 61 

Pope, 71. 114 

Porter. 5JJ, 100, 105, 111 

Pott, 106 

Poller, 26, 29, 36 

Poule, 68 

Powell, 105, 106, 108, 109 

Povctt, JH 

Prnit, 102, 112 

Preston, U, 19, 28, 43, 68, 

102, 111 
Pricc,3.?, 104, 109, 113 
Pr chard. 99. 105, 208,114 
Pridav. IW; 
Prier;42 
Pricil. an, 88 
Prince, 77 
PriKicr.23, 110 
Pronid, KM) 
Pro;,ser, 100 
Pryor, 42 
Pullin, 101 
Punn, 75 
Purefov. 66 
Purucli, 100 
Piirslym. 99 
Puitcx, 100 
Pynder,23, 110 
Pynkslon, 111 



(^uemc, 75 
Uuicke, 68 



Q. 



K. 
Kabey, 47 
Radford, 111 
Rainu]«croA, 113 
Kainolds, 101 
RainsfonI 34 
Rallendra, 75 
Ramsay, 1 10 
Randafl, lOt 
Ranse, 101 
Kapan, 106 
KaAbottom, 99 
Rawlins. 27, 107, 112 
Ray, 104 
Ravnne, 109 
Rayuor,51,52 
Raynton, 17 
Read,.39,78, 100, IM, 107 



124 



INDEX OF NAMES OF PASSENGERS. 



licason, 102, 107, 108 

KeddhcMid. 101 

Kcddish, 109 

Redford, 1 10 

Redman, 105 

Ree<l, 6U 

Reeves. 14, 28, W), 77, 107 

Keld, 42 

Romber, 100 

Reiinain, 1 10 

Reiisby Gd 

Reynolds, 51, 70, 88, 102, 

104,107,108,110 
Rich, 73, 74 

Richards, 12, 100. lOG. 108 
Richardson, 25, 77, 85, 102, | 

lOU, 110, 111, 114 ! 

Ricrort, 80, 82 
Riddet, 57 
Riddlesden. 23 
Rider, 71 
Ridley. 18,110 
Riley. 110 
Riplcv,81,82 
Rixhlord. 102 
Rising, 110 
Rihkymcr, 10*1 
Roatr, 58 
Robards, 102 
Robb, 114 

Roberta, 12, 99. 103, 106, 109 
Robertson, 35, 75 
Robinson, 15, 35. 12. «, 47. 

74,75,85, 8(1,99, 103,105, 

107, 113,114 
Rocks, 101 
Rodcs, 1 1 1 
Ro<igcrs, 78 
Rods. 99 
Roe, 106 

Roirer,26.39, 103, 105, 114 
Roker, 105 
Koife. Ill 
Rollright, 101 
Rooby , 65 
Rookcinan, ?.l 
Koot, 3;!, 3.). 84 
Rojwar, 47. 102 
Rosdcn. 1 10 
Rose, 42, 53, 54, 5(i 
Koscler, Q't 
Row, 74. 75. 76, 110 
Rowe, 75, 102 
Rowland, 110 
Rowle%lll 
Rowtou, 25 
R()^^•. 74 
RuHge, 112 
Rudglic, 106 
RugglcM. 17 
Rule, 112 



Rum, 36 
Riimball,43 
Ruo^man, 68 
Ru.scoe. 22 
Rush, 108 

Russell, 20.75, 105, 110 
Ruilcr,68, 106 
Rymos, 100 

Sabyn, 114 
Sadler, 58, 105 
iSaidwell, 105 
Saiewt'll, 35 
Saires, 108 
riakell, 111 • 
Sail, 28 

Salmon. 107, 111 
Suiter, 56, 68 
Sahon.>.iall, 23 
Sum, iio 
Santond, 28 
Sampson. 30 
Sauby, 99 
Sauders. 58 
Sandley, 108 
Sanford, 1 13 
Sangar, 58 
Sankey,24, 111 
Sapc, 50 
Saracelc. 104 
Sares, 108 

Saunders, 18, GG, 109 
Saunderson, 1 1 1 
Savage, 16. 100, 102 
Savcrv, 70 
Sawcoii, 1C3 
Sawkyn,39 
Sawtcr, 103 
Say, 103 
Sayer, 80. 8-1 
Scar.<>brick, 102 

Scoit,5I, 52.75, 103,101, 114 

Scudder, 31 

Scs», 99 

Seabright, 113 

Seager, 5<) 

Seavcr, 70 

Seddeu, 102 

Se<lgwick, 43 

Semy, 106 

Seerc, 101 

Seker, 77 

Sell, 108. 110 

Sellim, 27 

Selmau, 101 

Sen nod, 105 

^^enuott, 103 

Seusion, 23 

Sentence, 102 



Sergeant, 101 

Seritr. 100 

Sessious, iOS 

Sessor, 75 

Seward, 100 

Sewell, 48 

Sexton, 40 

Sbaffliu, 56 

Sharp, 13,34,110 

Shawe, 114 

Shoeres, 103 

Sheering, 103 

Sbeicrott, 11.3 

Shelley, 12 

Shciiue, 75 

Sbepard, 35, 36 

Shepherd, 37 

Sherborn, 12 

Sherhack, 103 

Sberiu, 51 

Sheilock, III 

Sherman, 51. 101 

Sherwood, 53. 54 

Shettlewortb, 99 

Shipp, 1 13 

Shiva***, 76 

Shoars, 78 

Shone, 75 

Shore, 113 

Short, 68, 71, 108 

Shuron, 75 

Simes, 37 

Simkins, 110 

Simons, 87 

Simpson, 43, 103,110 

Simson, 74. 76, 76 

Siuclare, 74 

Skarville, 99 

Skerry, 46 

Skofield, 23 

Skooier, 106 

Skorier, 1 10 

Skose, 67 

Skott,51 

Skouling. 80 

Skyddcl), 114 

Skyngglo, 107 

Skynner, 111, 113 

Slavclie, 66 

Sleman. 66 

Slio, 101 

Smale, 56 

Smallie, 11 

Smallman, 102 

Smart, 82, 112 

Smison, 76 

Smith. 18, 19, 21,22, 24, XT, 
45, 47. 51,52, 66,68, 76, 
77,79, 81. 82, 86,87,88, 
99, 100,101.103,104,105, 
106,108,109,111,112,113 



INDEX OF NAMES OF PASSENGERS. 



125 



Smithcmnn, 102 

SSinvlhe, o<) 

Snap*!, 1 1 1 

8iiailie, 103 

8ni^iicil. 112 

8uo\v,2.5. 113 

•Soniiier, 33 

Siitherluiid, 15, 16 

HoulUwaTil, 114 

Soutiiworih, K7, 88 

Sowihe, yi), 109 

Spcckiniiii, 101 

SSpcvd, 103 

iS|H!erc, 108 

!S|>«iiccle_)', 113 

&;pciiccr, -71, 113. 114 

»S|)eiidergrass, 1U2 

S/wu(llcv, 107 

8j>ict'r, lOo 

&^I)<»ollarll, 87 

S|iriill.40 

iSpriiig.oI.d'i 

Sl»riif/lOG 

Spurki's, 2i 

Spurr. lOi 

Spy or, 103 

Sqnier, [iV 

StaUbnl. 105 

«iagi;. 18. 19 

Siiiinly, ;^0 

Sliiutorci, km; 

Staniiioii. lo 

Siaiilov. 28, 111 

Staii>li'v, 21 

Staiiik'v, 3() 

Staples', lOG 

Slapk-toii. Ur7 

Stares, \i,\iV 

Starr, 8^ 

Siaii^titon, 109 

SletMiig, d,i. 54 

Siediiiaii. «7 

Siccrc, 39 

Slci'veiisoii, 109 

Sit'phans. (}7 

Storting. 75 

Slerrv. 113 

Slerio. 43 

SicvciH, 15. 29, 36, 69, Gl, 

10», 109. 110,112 
Steward, 112 
Stewart. 75, 76 

stiiniiyiiii. no 

Sliles, 1 K 15 
Slim, 113 
Slock, 108 
Stockbridge, 35 
Slorker, 110 
Siucktoii, 43 
Siuckwell, 108 
Sloe, 107 



Stoke*, d 2. 99. ia3, no 

Sioiie. 20. 27,103, 106 

Stoiiword, 108 

Slor, 103 

Storey, 46 

Stoti, 102 

Stow, laJ 

St. Parliii, 113 

StraiiLre, 108 

Strailoril, 99 

Siraiterf^ood, lOl 

Stratton. 77 

Sirtaion, 27 

Street. 23 

Strenie. 43 

SlretiT, 114 

Strowdt*. 2t\- 

Stucbridge, 35 

Studnian, 19 

Sturdy, 107 

Stur^is, hXi 

Slurtoii, 1 13 

Suckliii, «':0 

Slimes, 112 

Sutloii, 81,99 

Swales, 107 

Sway lie, 1^,20,24,27, 43 

Swcete, 70 

Swi'oiiiio^. 102 

Swviidcii, 29 

Svdlip, 21 

Sy ines, 99 

Svmoii, 65 

Syinoiides. 66, 101, 102,113 

Sy ill per, II L 

Sylon, 78 

T. 
Tadde, 107 
Talbot, 88 
Tallrott. 12 
Tarlioii,78 
Tale, 105 
Tiitiiiiin. 100 
Taw vor. 105 
Tavlor, 2 J, 2*. 29. 13, 77, 

100, la-), 106, 108, 109, 

112, 113 
Ta VII tor. 58 
Teilder, 103 
Tircil, 49 
Teirrer. Ill 
Teller, 75 
Terns, 107 
Teiiler, 75 
Terrell. 100 
Terrill, 107, 114 
Terry. »;. 39, 103 
Thalcber, 56 
Theodv. 9i> 
Thomas, 11, 42, 4S, 49,64, 

65, 102, 107, 109, no, 113 



Thomlins, 25 
'i'hoinlia.son, 113 
Thompson, 50, 102, lfl9 
Tiionisoii, 29, 36, 107, 108, 

111, 113 
Thoriie,21. 110 
Tlioruioii.23,27 
Thorp, 17, 104 
Threlcalt, 106 
Tburrogood, 114 
Thur>toii, 48, 77 
Ttmaiis, 19 
Thwiu^, 25 
Tibbaldcs, 43 
Tirkeiis, 87 
Tickuall, 42 
Tildeii, 82 
Tiler, 75 j 
Tilly, 31 
Tiiigley, 19 
Tihfiii. 114 
Ti.ssall. 114 
Tims, 17 
Toller, 27 
I'oiiikiiis, 43 
Tomliiisoii, 107 
Tompsoii, 75 
Tooiii, 76 
Tootliaker, 42 
Topleile, 113 
Toppan. 48 
'rorlie, 108 
I'otinaii. 12 
T(.tiiell, 104 
Tower, 74, 79 
Tow lie. 46, UX) 
Towiiseiid, 1 1 1 
Townsoii, 102 
i'race, 70 
'I'rapy, 86 
Traiie, J6 
Trarice, 16, 17 
Tra.sk,70 
Trail. 105 
Travers, 70 
Tredwell.41 
Trcgagell, 110 
Trendall, 104 
Trcnceghaii, 65 
Treiiiuiii, 40 
Treiiueerc, G5 
Trese, 107 
Trcwin, Go 
Trigg. 100 
True. 108 
Truemaii. 101 
Trnppj.rt. 108 
Tru>edell, 1 14 
Tuck, 1 lO 
Tucker, 31) 
Tufts, 80 



126 



INDEX OF NAMES OF PASSENGERS. 



Tukc, 108 

TuiiiKjr, 109 

Turner, 17,35,72, 101, 103,107 

TurpiD, 105 

Tusolic, 31 

Tustiii, 110 

Tultell, 16, 18, 82 

Twide, 78 

T>blK)U, 10 

'J'yicr, 105 

TyWvy ^ 

Tynklcr, 35 

U. 

Uhaiik, 111 
Uffeti, 12 

Underwood, 19, 46, 61 
Upson, 27 
Upton, r>8 
Usher, 99, 100 
Ushcrwood, 113 

V. 

Vane, 69 

Van Luccom, 111 

Vardcll, no 

Vassall. 35 

Vassen, 56 

Vaugimn, 101, 111 

Vein, 107 

Vennable, 108 

Venlimer, 106 

Vcrren, 56 

Viccars, 108 

Vinccni, 70, 86, 108, 110 

Vvun, 102 

VV. 

Wadd, 47 

Wade. 12, 65, 102, 103, 108 
Wad.sworili, 12 
Wakefield. 61 
Walkrr, 105,107,111 
Wall, 34. 109 
Waller. 1 l-i 
Wallis.itl,3l,75. 103 
Walliufflon, 59, 105 
Walker. 2*, 25, 49, 56, 100 
Walsion. 43 

Waher,50.99, 100, 101,112 
Wallon, 100. 101 
Wanl, 20, 50 
Warcnnaii, 66 
Warner, 26 
Warr, 112 

Warren,107, 108, III 
Warrcner, 87 
Wurrinuton, 108 
VVarluml>ee, 112 
Wa<ihl»urn. 22 
Wa^<»ell, 35 



Waterman, 100 

Waikinson, 99 

Walkyiis, 103 

Waller, 109 

Wataon, 12, 102, 106, 107, 109 

Waliiin, 5;5 

Wattou, 109 

Walls, 101, 102, 106, 107. 

Waugh,77 [112,113 

Wazzell, 105 

Wealhcihead. 77 

Weaver, 16, 17 

Webb, 5(), 65, 78, 103, 104, 

Webster. Ill, 113 [111,114 

VVcetlen , 23 

Weekes, 42,67, 112 

Wellinun. 100, 110 

Weils. 18,23,34,99, 108,110 

Wellvn. 100 

Wel>'h,20, 114 

Wcndovir, 107 

Went worth, 109 

Wesi,3t,42.70. 109, 110 

West Garrett, HI 

Wesfgarth, 102 

Weslon,29, 102, 106. 1 13, 114 

Westwood, 53, 54, 103 

Weyer, 100 

Wharton, 108 

Whcaler, 55. 59, 110 

Wheat. 22 

Whelston, 11, 104 

Whevler, 70 

White, 12. 14, 26, 27, 30, 3.3, 

6;l, 68, 70, 86, 87, 88, 99, 

102, I0t3, 109, 112 
Whitemaii. 31 

Whiiehodd.lOO, 105, 110,113 
Whillock, 102 
Whilinan, 13 
Whitney, 23 
Whitlcinore. 17, 67 
Whitteredd, 21 
Whittington, 64 
Whittle, 58 
Whitton, 29, 30 
Wigin, 77 
WlRiv, 2^ 
Wilcorki", 108 
Wilrockson, 16 
Wild, 21 
Wilder, 59 
Wilkins, 87 
Wilkinson, 28, 105,112 
Wilks, lOT) 
Willard. 109 
Wille. 67 
Willet, 12 
Williams. 36, 4.5. 47, 66, 88, 

100. 102. 105, 106, 107, 108, 

lOli, 110, 112, 113 



Williamson, 16, 39, 42, lOB 

Willis, 102, 106 

Wills, 103 

Wilson, 74, 76,87,104,106 

Winslow, 11, 86 

Winthrop, 38 

Wincbe, M 

Winchell, 20 

Winchester, 18 

Wing, 53 

Winke, 105 

Wise, 68 

Witchficid, 12 

Witc, 110 

With, 42 

Witbcrell, 83 

Withie, 42 

Wolhouston, 18 

Wolton, 114 

Wood, 26. 27, 31, 37, 42. 88, 

106, 107, 108, 112 
Woodall, 76 
Woodbridge, 70 
Woodcock. 1 10 
Woodcoti. 108 
Woodell, 74 
Wooden, 68 
Woodford, 11 
VVrtotlgreenc, 108 
Woodstock, 107 
Woodman, 36, 55 
Woodward, 17, 20,61, U 
Worden, 27 
Worrall, no 
Worster, 77 
Wrast, 16 
Wrench, 112 
Wright,44, 82, 109, 110 
Write, 103, 106 
Wrilt, 66 
Wurfris. 57 

wy, io;» 

Wvlde, 30 
Wylie.29 

Wynd, 100, 112 • 

Wvndell, 27 
Wyndibank. 69 
Wynklcs, 102 
Wynstonlv. 105 
Wynicr, 112 

Y. 

Yates, 34, 101. 109 
Yatman, 106, 111 
Ycomani*. 100 
Yonge, 49 
York, 112 
Yott, 111 

Young. 101, 105, 106, 109 
Younglovc, 43 



INDEX OF PERSONS, 



PRINCITALLY OF THOSE CONNECTED IN SOME WAY WITH THE 

EMIGKANT FOUNDERS. 



Note— l^hose names to which Mr. is added dcuotcs that they were Masters of Emigrant Ships. 



A. 

AI)l>ot, George. 09 
Aekliii. John, Mr. 102 
Andrews, Wilham, Mr. 41, 51 
A piano. 1*. 110 
Arundel, Karl of, IK) 

Ashley. , Mr. 41 

Athridpe, Count of, 96 
Austin, John, 83, &( 

B. 

Babb, Thomas, Mr. 41, 72 
Bancks, Caleb, 83 
Banks, William, 101 
tSarrel, liobert, 83 
Barrow, Ci lies, 76 
Batten. Uobert, Mr. 60 
Baynard, Thomas, 97 
Bcadlev, John, 76 
Beex. John, 73,74 
Bellineham, Richard, 77 
IWndull, Freegrace, 78 
Bertie, Robert. 69 
Billin(;e. (^irnclius, Mr. 104 
Bindon, Viscount, 93 
Blarklrr. Peter. Mr. 112 
Boole, Joseph. ()(> 
Bostock, Edward, Mr 32. 38 
Bostock, Thomas, .Mr. 3(>, 37,38 
lioswell, Edward, Mr. 33 
Itoys. William, 82 
Bradley, John, 76 
Brookehaven. Jo. Mr. 1(H 
Browne, Philip, 51, 55 
Jiundocke, William, Mr. 15, 17 
Burrhe, -^, Mr. 1('5 
Burnney, William, 78 

C. 

Carlisle, Earl of, 107 
Cary, , 97 



Champnnte, Henry, 59, 61 
Charles I., 17, C9 
('hule, l;:dmond,B3 
Clere, Thomas, 51. 55 
Clyiilon, William, I)c. 96 
Cobhain, Reignold De, 96 
Coke, John. Sir, 90 
Cole(>eper, William, S3 
Coopir. Robert, Mr. 20, 22, 

21,28,29,30 
(Toopcr, William. Mr. 27, 55, 57 
Cordcll, Robert. 24 
Cosengton, i^tephen. 96 
Cottington, Lord, 69, 90 
Cotton, John, 72 
(Coventry, Thomas, Sir, 69, 90 
(^owfier, Robert. See Cooper. 
(Vanfieid. Lord, 98 
Crispe, Han 83 
Cromwell, Oliver, 72 
Culling, John, Mr. 53, 54, 55 

D. 

Dayrell, Marina«!ukc, Sir, 97 
DenisoH, Doctor, 73 
DtMinis, Robert, Mr, 103 
Dingley.N. 57, 59,61 
Dorset, Karl of, 90 
Dowuf s, (leorge. Mr. 1 1 1 
Drake, Francis, Sir, 9 
Duke, Edward, 83 

E. 
Edmonds, Thomas, Sir, 90 
Elizabeth. (|ueen, 98 
English, John, 96 
Epitaphs, 98 
Erskine, Thomas, 69 

F. 
Fane, Henry, Sir. See Vane 



Farronds, R. 19 
Fenn, Alderman, 19 
Kleeges, John. 96 
Flower, John, Mr. 1 10 
Foxrrofi, (Jeorge, G3 
Froidea, Franc, V>3 

G. 

Gardner, Thomas, 83, 84 
Gee, John. })2, 83, 84 
(Jenealogy, Origin of, 7 
fiibbs,Jo:, Mr. 4i 
(lilberl, Humphrey, Sir, 10 
(iodircy, 'I'homas, 81 
(ioodludd. Richard, Mr. 107 
Googc. William. Mr. 48 
(lorges, Ferdiiiaudo, Sir, 89, 

93, 95-97 
Gorsham, Kobrrt, 81 
(iourney, William, 67 
Greene J John, Mr. 7.?, 74, 76 
Cireinc, William, 73.74 
Clrenlield, Thoinns, 96 
(iriines, (iiibert, .Mr. 105 

(iriniston. . 101 

Guyse, John, 97 

H. 

i Hankford, R. 8ir, 96 
! Harding, William, 1«6 

Hanlrcs, . 37 

Harman, Thomas, Mr. 84, 
101-2 

Hackwell, R. Mr. 28, 31^, 35 

Hatch, John, 9«i 
' Hayes. Edmund. aS, 84 

Hill, Henry, 50 

Hodges, J(V, Mr. 19,20 

Honclius Judocus, 10 

Honnywood, John, 84 

Hopson, John. Mr. 68 



12S 



INDEX OF PKRSONS. 



HoM-anl, John, Sir, 90 
Howanl, Lord. 97 
Hulibard, Willinm, 89 
llyoncs, , 97 

1. 

Irish, Thomsus, Mr. 103. 113 

J. 

Jackson, Thomas, 81- 
James 1 9. 90 
Jay, Thomas, Sir. 15 
Jermyii, Thomas. Sir, 09 
Jol)60D, John, Mr. 57 

K. 

Kelly, EnrI of, 09 
Kemble, Tiiomns, 73, 70 
KiiiiiPrslcy, Kdward, 97 
Kuapp, John. 57 
Knowler, John, 84 

L. 

Lancaster, Earl of, 90 
Lanfl^ram, Uowlaixl, Mr. 109 
Loud William. 09, 89 
Lea. Robert. Mr. '20, 24-0 
Let'ih, Jo<i<>ph. 8V 
I.eic*ier, Jo:, .Mr. 31, 41) 
Lincoln, Earl of. 90. 98 
Lincoln, Soloni'ui, 7C 
Lock, Itobert. Mr. 77 
Londiuovs. Richard, 37 
Lovell, ^^Villiam. 90 
Liint. George, 08 
Luttrell, , 97 

M. 

Macaulav, Lord. 8 
Manches'ler, Karl of, 09, 90 
Mann, Edward, 51. 55 
Marshall. Samuel, 83 
Martin, John. Mr. 81 
Martin, 'I'homas, 3.> 
Mnton, Cajflain. 12 
May, Jo:. Wr. 31,39 
Mayhew, Thomas, 14, 50 
MeHnty«<, John. 70 
Mildmayc, Henry, Sir. 33 
Montag-nc, Henry, 09 
Moore, John, 97 
More, ThomaK, Sir, 98 



Morris. John, 70 
Alarsh. Gabriel, 70 
Morton, Thomas. 90 
.Murpljy, Henry C 85 
Mu^kett, Simon, 15 

N. 

Newton, , 90, 97 

Mcholl.s, Edward. 84 
Nicolas, Nicholas Harris, Sir,8 
Norfolk, Duke of, 90. 97 
.Northampton, Marquess of, 96 
Noitock, John, 73 74 

O. 

Ouldhall, Edmund. Sir, 90 
Ouldhall, William, Sir, 90 

P. 

Payne, Edward. Mr. 23, 25, 29 

p,.arce, , Mr. 31,32 

Pedigrees, Origin of, 7; of 
HaHakeiiden, 37; of Gor- 
ges, 90, 97 
Pelling, Edward, 76, 77 
f*hillips, John, 84 
l*hilpolt, John,77 
Portland. Eari of, 90 
Pownall, Thomas, 89 
P<»ynLH, Anthony, Sir, 96, 97 

R. 
Ranton. Sec Raynton. 
Rawison, Fidwardj 73,71,70 
Ravnton, Nicholas, Sir, 17,24 
Rich, Charles, 73, 74 
Rich, Robert, 73, 7 k 76 
Richardson, C". B.. 85 
Roberts. Lewis, 10 
Robinson. John, 85, 88 
Romsev, James, Mr. 99 
Russell', Theobald, Sir, 96 

S. 
Samsbury. W. N., 50 
Sandfnrcf, William, 8 i 
Slh'ppard, Justice, 101 
Sidney, R<ibert, Sir, 98 
Smith. John, 9, 10 
Smith, Thomas, 19 
Somerbv, H. G., 71. fW^, 99 
Southco'u. Edward, Sir, 97 



Speake, George, Sir. 97 
Spencer, Edmund, 98 
Spencer, Edward. Sir, 88 
Spencer, James, 97 
Spragup. Richard, Mr. 78 
Stace, Fregift. 83, 84 
Stagg, William, Mr. 18, 19, 

21, 22, 24-6 
Stcjthcnx, Thomas, 97 
Swinnok, Thomas, 83 
Syres, Robert, 70, 71 

T. 

Thoroughgood, , Mr. 68 

Thorp, J., 17 
Thurston. William, 84 
Trarice, Nicholas, Mr. 15-17. 

20 
Trenchard, , 97 

V. 

Vane, Henry, Sir, 69, 90 

W. 

Walsh, John, Sir, 97 
Warren, Thomas, 83, 84 
Waymoth James, Mr, 111 

Wenb, , 97 

Webb, Thomas. Mr. 41 
Whitcomb, John, 21 
While, John, Mr. 14 
White, Roger, 88 
White, Rowland, 98 
Wliitehou'^c. I'homas, 71 
Whitimor. William, Sir, S4 
Whitor, George. Sir. 17, 38 
Whitmore, W. H., 85 
William the (Conqueror, 6 

Willis, ,93 

Willou«fhby, Lord,69,96 
Witherley. John, Mr. 8S 
Wood, Klias, 83 
Wood, Thomas, Mr. 100—^ 
Worthy. James, 08 
Wren.Christopher, Sir, 14 
Wurfries, Thomas, 57. 59, 61 
Wyndebank, Francis, Sir, 69, 
90 

Y. 

York, Archbishop of, 90 
Young, Joseph, Mr. 40 



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INDEX OF PLACES. 



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A. 

Akccitron, 1*7 
Albion, 9 
Allsaiiits, 32 
Allsainls Stayniiigps, 
Amesbury, 5b 
Arkslon. 17 
Auckiitrey, 17 
Asbberton, G7 
Ashford, 83, 84 
A.sbmnre, o8 
Attlcborough, 81 
Auckstrey, 1/ 
Augmentation Office, 9 
Austcrficid, 8G 
Aylcsford, 83 

B. 

Baddow, 33 
Bampton, 67 

Barbadoes, 89, 99-101-14 
Barnstable, 67, 68 
Barrow, 80 
Bailing, 60 
Batcombc, 97 
Bencnden, 30 
.Bermudas, 108, 110 
Billerecay, 22 
Bishopstoke, 60 
Blackwell Hall, 19 
Blechindon, 37 
Bodmin, 65 
Boston, 4f5, 46, 73, 77 
Brndish, dO 
Brampton, 48 
Branford, 38 
Brencesley, 56 
British Museam, 7-9 
Brixam, 68 
Bury, 87 

C. 

Caen, 87 
Callis, 96 
Cambridge, 81 
Canterbury, 84-6 
Cardinbaro, 66 
Carlton, 48 

17 



Carlton Ride, 12 
Carlton .Rod, 48 
Caversham, 56 
Chapter House, 9 
(Miaringion, 85 
Charlcstown, 45 
Chelsea, 93 
Chctsum, 86 
Chidleigh, 65 
Clovelly, 97 
Colchester, 87 
Corke, 65 
Craicbrook, 32 
Crediton, 66 
Croconpill, 62 
CuUorne, 97 

D. 

Dartmouth. 67 
Devyses, 56 
Doctors Commons, 8 
Dornick, 45 
Downton. 56 
Dover, 84. 86 
Duffield, 17 
Dunbar, battle, 72 
Dunhead, 58 
Dunstable, 32 

E. 

Eastwell, 84, 85 
Eaton Bray, 3:;^ 
Edge Hill, 69 
Ell-Tisley, 17 
Elzing, 49 
Evesham, 22 
Exerden, 48 
Exeter, b4, 66, 67, 98 
Exminster, 68 
Exon, 64, 66-8 

F. 

Faversbam, 84, 85 
Fenchurch, 37 
Florida, 10 

G. 

Genealogy, Science of, 7 



Gonsham, 56, 59 
(iravesend,7G-8, 102, 108 
Great Chart, S\ 
Great (I'ombcrton, 48 
Great Dalby. 65 
(areat Kllingham, 81 
Great Killingham, 4ri 
(treat Torriugtou, 67 
Great Yarmouth, 46-7 
Guindiron, 65 

H. 

Hampsw'orth. 56 
Hampton, 55, 60 
HarplcyC?) Hall, 81 
Hnwkhurst, SO 
Hedcoru, 84 
Helston, 65, 66 
Henley, 59 
Hernhill, 33 
Heviiree, 98 
Hinghara, 78, 79 
Hinxcll, 83 
Holborne. 101 
Holston, 65, 66 
Honiton, 67 
Horrcll, 59, 60 
Horsiugton, 96 

I. 

Ipswich, 44, 51-6, 81, 87 
Island of Providence, 104 
Isle of Wight, 68 
Isleworth, 31 

J. 

Jacobstow, 66 

K. 
Keniton Magna, 58 
Kingston upon Thames, 19 

L. 

Lanceston, 65 
Langford, 56, 58 
Laundcn, 15 
Leicester, S6 
Ley den, 85 



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INDEX OF PLACES. 



Lincoln. 6't 

Little Minories, 31 

London. 8, 36,61,05,07,00. 

8t, 86-^}, yy 
Lon^ Sutton, 58 
Loui.siana, 10 
Ludswaii, 06 
Luggom, 00 
Luxulian, 65 
Lyme, 08 

M. 

Maidstone, 83 
AlarrozuD, G6 
Maymard [Mvnhead], 67 
Meichiti Parke, 58 
Milford,55 
Mod bury, 08 
Monck!>oon, 86 
Monteralt. 05 
Mooriel, 87 

N. 

Nazing, 17 

New AII)ion, 9 

New Buckingham, 47 

Newbury, 09, 86 

New England, orisin rf name, 
9; Maps of. 10; Laud's C'om- 
mis^iion for governing. 89 ; 
Gorges' C.\)nimissiou as Gov- 
ernor of, 93 

New France, 10 

Newton Abbot, 67 

Northborne, 84 

Nortbill, 65 

Northton, 33 

Northwich, 44^, 48^, 86, 88 

Novascotia, 10 

O. 

Ormsby, 46, 47 

P. 

Paranenlh, 65 
Pciligrces, Origin of, 7 
Pcnryn, 65 
Penton,57,58 
Peter Tavey, 65 
Platford, 56 
Plimpton, 65 



I Plymouth, 64, 67 
I Portsmouth, 71 

Prerogative Court, 7 
, Providence (Island of,) 104 



Quakers, 77 



Q. 



R. 



Reading, 55 

Kemcmbraucers' Office, 9 
Rochester, 87 
RollsChapel, 9, 11,43 
Koniscy, 56, 59 
Rye, W 

S. 
Si. Albans, 16 
St. Alphagc, Cripplegate, 19 
St Brage, 05, 06 
St. Buitolphs. 17 
St. Caiherins, 102 
St. Christophers, 6-4, 66-7, 

Sl\:ullum. 64, 00 

St. Giles Cripplegate, 14, 41 

St. (Mt, 05 



St. Hillarv, 00 
St. Ives, bo 



St. Katherius, 17, 105 

St. Lawrence, 31 

St. Margarets, 49 

St. Mildreds, 14 

St. Olives, 37 

St. Saviors, 22 

St. Stephens, 65, 67 

St. I'homas the Apostle, 68 

St. Tiffcy, 64 

St. Tue, 66 

St. Vivian, 66 

Salem, 48, 49 

Salisbury, 56, 00 

Sandwich, 82, 33-6 

Sarum, 56, 00, 87 

Scotch Prisoners, 72, 73 

Scrooby, 87 

Scmley, 58 

Shafihbury, 58 

Shcrington. 15 

Shiplakc, 59 

Skrailey, 46 



Somer Ulands, 108 

Southampton, 55, 57, 59, 60,71 

St)uihold, 50 

Sianstede Abbey, 17 

Staple. 85 

State Pa|>cr Office, 9 

Stepncv, 15, 33, 35, 36 

Stoke Caiuion, 68 

Stoke Gal)riel, 67 

Sioke Pomeroy, 68 

Stonehoiue, 65 

Sudbury, 2J 

Sutton Mandeville, 57 

Symon Ward, 65 

T. 

Tentcrdeu, 8S-4 

Thissel worth, 31 
i Tottnes, 65 
I Towccster, 32 
I Tower of Londoo, 9, 106 
I Truro, 65 

I U, 

. Upton Gray, 58 

V. 

Virginia, 68, 72, 89 

W. 

Wallen Lizard, 66 
Wantage, 66 
Wapping, 25 
Warhom, 37 
Wasbboro, 66 
Washford,67 
Westminster, 93 
Wincklye, 65 
Windham, 79, 81 
Withiell, 66 
Witzbuts, 86 
Wollerbo [WoriAby],50 
Wrotlwell,50 
Wraxall. 97 
Wrentham, 48, 86 
Wriugton, 86 

Y. 

Yarmouth, 44, 47-50, 87 
Yealiog, £6 
York, 86 



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INDEX OF THE SHIPS 



WUICH BROUGHT EMIGRANTS TO NEW ENGLAND, &c. 



A. 

Abigail, 28, 31-8 . 
Alexander, 105 
Amity, 1 1 1 

Ann and Clizahctli, 101 
Arahcila, 78 

K. 

Hatchelcr, 41 
Hevis. 60 
BIcsKinfi^, 34, 40 

C. 

riirisiian, 14 
(Element and Job, 60 
Cou6dcncc, 57, 60 

D. 

Defence, 32. ;}6-l) 
Desire, 31.33, 63 
Diligent. 81 
Dorset, 110 

E, 

Elizabeth. 18, 19. 21, 24-6,55 
Elizabeth Anne, 20, 22, 24 
I-'.lizabeth |{onadvenliirp. 69 
Elizabeth and Dorcas, 69 
Encreasc. iSec Increase. 
Expectation, l&l 



F. 

FaulcoD de London, 103, 113 
Fellowship, Cui 
Frances,. 55 

H. 

Hercules, 69, 71, 82 
Hopewell, 15. 17, 19,41,71, 
72, 100 

L 

Increase, 20,22. 21-6 



J. 
James, 31.39, 55. 57 
John and Sarah, 73, 74, 76 
John of London, 1 1 1 



Love, 40 



M. 



Marpiret, 66 
Mary Anne. 48 
Marv and John, 68-70 
Maifiew. 107 

N. 
Neptane, 61,62, 69 



P. 

^niil of London, 102 
IVler Bonavcniurc, 101-2 
!*i«le Cow. 38, 41 
Planter, 15-21,69 



R. 

Rebecca, 20 
Reformation, 69 
Roln-rt Honaventurc. 61- 
Rose, 44 

S. 
Sea Flower^69 
Speedwell, 77 
Suzan and Ellin, 23, 25, 29 



T. 

Truclove, 42, GO 



Unity, 68 



U. 



W. 

William and Francis, 1 1 
William and (icorge, (>4 
William and John, 109 



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