Passenger list, ship Anne, 1623. The ship Anne arrived in Plymouth in July, 1623 accompanied by the Little James, bringing new settlers along with many of the wives and children that had been left behind in Leyden when the Mayflower departed in 1620. This ship passenger list is reconstructed from the 1623 Division of Land, the passenger list compiled by Charles Banks in Planters of the Commonwealth, and the research found in Eugene Aubrey Stratton's Plymouth Colony: Its History and Its People, 1620-1691. The author is a descendant of Anne passengers Ellen Newton, Mrs. Elizabeth Warren, Anna Warren, Mrs. Barbara Standish, Mary Buckett, and Francis Sprague.
Same source, Passenger List, ship Fortune, 1621. The ship Fortune arrived at Plymouth on November 9, 1621, just a few weeks after the First Thanksgiving. This passenger list is based on the 1623 Division of Land, the passenger list compiled by Charles Edward Banks in Planters of the Commonwealth, by material published occasionally by Robert S. Wakefield in the Mayflower Quarterly, and by the information found in Eugene Aubrey Stratton's Plymouth Colony: Its History and Its People, 1620-1691. The author is descended from Fortune passengers John Adams, William Bassett, and Moses Simmons
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|Mary Clark||16||The Hopewell,||1635 (2nd)||27||September 1665, London to New England, Tho: Babb, Mr p Cer|
The ABIGAIL 1635, 17 Funij 1635. HEIS vnder written names are to be transported to New England, from Ye Port of London, imbarqued in the Abigail. Robert Hackwell Mr. p Cert. from the minister - Justice of Peace of their Conformitie, being no Subsedy Men they have taken ye oaths of Alleg: Supremacy being all Husbandmen. These records are from The Original Lists of Persons of Quality 1600-1700 by John C. Hotten
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Elizabeth, 17 April 1635. Pties herevnder expressed are to be transported to New England inbarqued in Ye Elizabeth Wm Stagg Mr p Cert: from the Ministries & Justices of the Peace of their conformitie to the Church of England: they have taken the oaths of Allegience & Supremacie. These records are from The Original Lists of Persons of Quality 1600-1700 by John C. Hotten
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Board the Dorset, 1635. John Flower Master bound for ye Bormodos. Tricessimo die Septembris 1635. These records appear as they are, from The Original Lists of Persons of Quality 1600-1700 by John C. Hotten.\
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1630, THE WINTHROP FLEET: Eleven vessels brought ' the Great Emigration' of this year,viz: ARBELLA the flagship, AMBROSE, WILLIAM AND FRANCIS, TALBOT, HOPEWELL, JEWEL, WHALE, CHARLES, SUCCESS, MAYFLOWER, TRIAL. The first five ships sailed April 8 from Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, and arrived at Salem June 13 and following days. The other half of the fleet sailed in May and arrived in July at various dates. Altogether they brought about seven hundred passengers of whom the following are presumed to have been on these ships.
|JOHN CLARKE||of county Suffolk||Boston|
|WILLIAM CLARKE||of London||Watertown|
|Mrs. Elizabeth Clarke|
LYON, 1632. William Peirce, Master, sailed from London June 22, 1632 and arrived September 16, 1632 at Boston. 'He brought one hundred and twenty three passengers, whereof fifty children, all, in health. They had been twelve weeks aboard and eight weeks from Land's End.'
PLANTER 1635 of London, Nicholas Trerice, Master. She sailed from London April 2, 1635 and arrived at Boston on Sunday, June 7, 1635.
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