Bakers Who Sailed to America in 1635

Here is a list of ships that sailed from Britain in 1635 with Bakers listed as passengers. Why 1635? Because that’s only year for which I’ve so far found passenger lists. Hopefully others will turn up, but for now we need to look closely at these. Looking at our documented Bakers in the early 1700s, who were born in the colonies, 1635 is a perfect year for our first English/Irish ancestors to have sailed from the Old Country. You can also download this list as a Word file here.

Baker surnames are highlighted. Some appear to be occupation “baker” rather than a surname, but I’ve included them as well. Note that it’s important to look at who sailed on the same ship with a Baker or Bakers. Name association can represent in-laws, friends, or business partners who later settled in the same areas in America.

Ships from England—Passenger Lists

Passengers on Ship America from London England to Virginia 1635

[In a later note, one of the authors states that “Virginia” was a catch-all phrase used to mean any port on the east coast from Virginia on down to the Caribbean.]

23rd June, 1635. The under-written names are to be transported to Virginea imbarqued in the America. Willm Barker Mr. pr. cert: from the Minister of the Towne of Bravesend of their conformity to the orders & disiplin of the church of England.

First Name–Surname–Age

Richard Sadd 23

Thomas Wakefield 17

Thomas Bennett 22

Steaven Read 24

Willm Sambridge 27

Henry Barker 18

James Foster 21

Thomas Talbolt 20

Richard Young 31

Robert Thomas 20

John Farepoynt 20

Robert Askyn 22

Samuel Awde 24

Miles Fletcher 27

William Evans 28

Lawrence Farebern 23

Matthew Robinson 24

Isack Bull 27

Phillipp Remington 28

Radulph Srpagmy 37

George Chandler 29

Richard Hersey 22

John Robinson 32

Edmond Chipps 19

Tho: Pritchard 32

Jonathan Bronsford 21

Willm Cowley 20

John Shaw 16

Richard Gummy 21

Bartholemew Holton 25

John White 21

Thomas Chappell 33

Hugh Fox 24

David Morris 32

Rowland Cotton 22

William Thomas 22

John Yates 20

Richard Wood 36

James Somers 22

David Bromley 15

Walter Brookes 15

Symon Richardson 23

Thomas Jno.son 19

Jo: Averie 20

John Croftes 20

Thomas Broughton 19

Benjamin Wragg 24

Henry Embrey 20

Robert Sabyn 40

George Brookes 35

Thomas Holland 34

Humfrey Belt 20

John Mace 20

Walter Jewell 19

Willm Bucland 19

Launcelot Jackson 18

John Williamson 12

Phillipp Parsons 10

Henry Parsons 14

Andrew Morgan 26

Willm Brookes 17

Richard Harrison 15

Thomas Pratt 17

John Ecles 16

Richard Miller 12

Robert Lamb 16

Thomas Boomer 13

George Dalmare 8

John Underwood 19

Willm Bernard 27

Charles Wallinger 24

Thomas Rymett 23

Ryce Hooe 36

John Carter 54

Elizabeth Remington 20

Katherin Hibbotts 20

Elizabeth Willis 18

Joan Jobe 18

Ann Nash 22

Elizabeth Phillipps 22

Dorothy Standich 22

Susan Death 22

Elizabeth Death 3

Alice Remington 26

Dorothy Baker 18

Elizabeth Baker 18

Sara Colebank 20

Mary Thurrogood 19

Transcriber: Laura Freeman

Date: March 2003

[Return to index of Ships to Virginia in 1635][Index of Ships to Virginia all years][Index of Ships to Virginia 1623, 1624]

 

Passengers on Ship Assurance of London from London England to Virginia 1635

Theis men and women are to be transported to Virginea imbarqued in the Assurance of London

Isack Bromwell & Geo: Pewsie Master examined by the minister of the Towne of Gravesend of their conformitie in Or. Religion, the men have taken the oath of Alliegeance & Supremacie.

First Name ; Surname ; Years

Robert Brian 27

Maudlin Jones 60

Ann Shawe 32

Jo: Duncombe 46

Sith Haleward 30

Richard Hamey 36

Wm. Holland 35

Henry Snow 26

Marie Southwood 22

Francis Roweson 29

Richard Glover 24

Tho: Pagett 41

Mathew Holmes 21

Elias Harrington 22

Richard Smith 35

Tho: Robinson 24

Evan ap Evan 18

Jo: Browne 21

Robert Frithe 28

James Southern 19

Margerie Baker 39

Sara Rayne 18

Andrew Underwood 22

Philip Johns 22

Henrie Marshall 35

Henry Heiden 30

Elizabeth Sherlocke 29

Thos. Hurlock 40

Samuel Handy 25

Jo: Gater 36

Joan Gater 23

Wm. Leo 35

Josua Titlow 19

Jo: Middleton 23

Robert Howard 22

Samuel Powell 19

Wm. Robbell 19

Robert Wyon 22

Mathew Dixon 18

John Wheeler 23

Jo: North 24

Mountford Newman 27

Robert Steere 37

Wm. Lake 35

Humfrey Wilkins 19

Ann Stilgo 21

Tho: Deacon 19

Robt. Rigglie 19

Beniamin Pillard 18

Robert Davies 28

Jo: Smith 20

Walter Meridith 33

Tho: Phillips 21

James Klingsmill 18

Jo: Bowton 20

Walter Chapman 44

James Arnold 37

Richard Leake 18

Tho: Edwinn 13

Hundgate Baker 22

Jo: Abrock 20

Tho: Hall 15

James Edwin 18

Edward Comins 28

Dennis Hoggin 24

Jo: Friscar 25

Richard Ridges 19

Edward Davies 27

Theodorics Bakewell 21

Jo: Dermot 21

Jo: Morgan 27

Tho: Baycock 46

Ricd Rogers 48

Ricd, Lorkley 51

Jo: Jakes 20

Tho: More 19

Nehemiah Caston 21

Robert Mayes 28

Richard Barnes 38

Jo: Buttler 50

Warram Tuck 20

Jo: Jones 30

Wm. Colture 19

Robert Silby 19

Ricd Bruster 26

Jo: Swanley 21

Wm. Charles 21

Anthony Lee 21

Willm Williams 28

Henry George 19

Jo: Billings 21

Wm. White 18

Robert Lovett 20

Job Jefferie 19

Henrie Haler 22

Richard Symons 30

James Sparks 57

Richard Kirbie 32

James Hingle 40

Tho: Sunnderson 24

Wm. Spicer 20

Willm Thomas 19

Henry Madin 30

Edward Ednall 21

Tho: Jefferies 22

Nics Jackson 22

Tho: Spratt 23

Tho: Leonard 18

Jo: Gater 15

Nics Gibson 22

Jo: Roberts 46

Geo. Mosely 20

James Ravesh 20

Jo: Hales 21

Robert Handley 19

Jo: Aymiss 18

Jo: Tayler 21

Wm. Roffin 18

Ricd Halsey 13

Anty Otland 18

Robert Oldrick 18

Wm. Hall 21

Jo: Copeland 19

John Goad 18

Jo: Pooly 17

Francis Geyer 18

Tho: Craven 17

Ricd Lucas 16

Geo. Cuilidge 18

Lawence Barker 26

Jo: Bowes 20

Jo: Woodbridge 32

Jo: Johnson 20

Jo: Chappell 38

Geo. Whittaker 32

Richard Liversidge 24

Henrie Wood 20

Robert Max 21

Jo: Warren 18

Tho: Turner 18

Jo: Garland 19

Jo: Humfrey 22

Isack Ambrose 18

Wm. Huncote 35

Tho: Williams 19

Tho: Foxcrofte 19

Tho: Hobbs 22

Charles Collohon 19

Marie Averlie 22

Sara Alport 25

Maria Leonard 22

Elizabeth Bateman 23

Thomazin Markeem 26

Tho: Beson 24

Chri: Dixon 24

Isack Kemp 23

Jeremie Slie 19

Jo: O’Mullin 18

Anto Proctor 16

Henry Doun 23

Roger Quintin 21

Wm. Small 18

Wm. Coleman 16

Anto Andrewe 21

Jo: Richardson 18

Wm. Claddin 17

Tho: Gudderedge 17

Rodger Burley 17

Tho: Budd 16

Henry Butler 14

Jo: Budd 15

Jo: Marshall 35

Wm. Read 30

Edward Mitchell 18

Robert Drewrie 16

Ricd Welle 17

Jo: Cotes 17

Jo: Stubber 17

Henry Lee 18

Ricd Ball 17

Jo: Cocke 17

Tho: Syer 14

Jo: Patridge 18

Jo: Johnson 24

Isbell Davis 22

Isabell Bakesby 23

Joan Vallius 17

Marie Chambney 28

Elizabeth Allcott 20

Frances Bakewell 30

Elizabeth Payne 21

Elizabeth Hughson 22

Elizabeth Raynard 20

Marie Olliver 21

Alice Riall 18

Rebecca Parmeter 19

Marie Middleton 17

Ann Goldwell 17

Ann Griffin 26

James Brooks 28

uxor. Alice Brooks 18

Doreas Mercer 30

Ellin Davies 23

Alice Harris 21

Eedie Hollaway 22

Sara Coggin 20

Elizabeth Baker 20

Dorothie Davies 17

Kat: Fulder 17

Eliz: Dicks 18

Sara Greene 20

Margaret Ricord 20

Winnifred Congrave 22

Mathew Plant 23

Jo: More 28

Elizabeth Powell 17

Marie Shorter 20

Marie Lee 14 weeks

Mathew Clatworthy 25

Transcriber: Laura Freeman

Date: March 2003

 

29 June, 1635

Aboard the Abigail, Robt. Hackwell, Mr for New England:

Joseph Fladd 45 A Baker [“A Baker” is either a servant or Joseph’s occupation.]

Jane Fladd 35 Vxor [Uxor—meaning “wife”]

Ellizabeth Fladd 9

Obediah Fladd 4

Joseph Fladd 6 mo.

Edward Marin 19

Suzan Hathway 34

 

Ships Passenger List for Eliza or Elizabeth & Anne, 1635

Founders of New England: Records of Ships Passenger Lists from England to New England between 1620 and 1640. This set of ships passenger lists includes ships to Virginia (a catch-all phrase to mean almost anywhere along the coast), Barbadoes, Bermuda, West Indies and of course New England

Lorine’s Note: This set of records consists of various passenger lists, names of individuals ready to sail to New England, and names of those taking the Oath of Allegiance (in preparation for sailing). It is not always obvious when each ship left. Researchers will have to determine whether or not a ship made more than one sailing each year it is mentioned. The original spelling has been maintained, so you will see “Landen” for “London”, etc. Note that common words found are “uxor” meaning “wife”, “mr” for “Master” (of the ship)

Finding the names: You can browse each list, starting with the one below (scroll down). To browse the passenger lists of all ships I have online for this 20 year period to New England see the list of all known ships that made the voyage. I hope to find passenger lists for every ship on the list, so if you have a ship list, please consider donating it to Olive Tree.

Transcriber: Laura Freeman

 

Please note that the Eliza & Anne is no doubt the Elizabeth & Anne

Eliza & Anne April 1635

17th Aprill 1635. In the Eliza and Ane mr Ro. Cowper* to New England

Thomas Hedsall 47

* Cooper elsewhere, but here it is Cowper.

 

The Elizabeth and Ann

Roger Coop Mr. Theis p’ties hereunder expressed are to be imbarqued for New England having taken the oaths of Allegeance and Supremacie and likewise brought Certificate both from the Ministers and Justices where their abidinges were lastlie, of their conformitie to the discipline and orders of the Church of England and ye they are no Subsedy Men.

Robert Hawkynns 25

Jo: Whitney 35

Jo: Palmerley 20

Richard Martin 12

Jo: Whitney 11

Richard Whitney 9

Nathaniell Whitney 6

Jonathan Whitney 1

Nico. Sension 13

Henry Jackson 29

Wm Hubbard 35

Tho: Hubbard 10

Tho: Eaton 1

Marie Hawkynns 24

Ellen Whitney 30

Abigall Eaton 35

Sara Cartrack 24

Jane Dumand 9

Mary Eaton 4

Marie Broomer 10

Mildred Cartrack 2

Joseph Alsopp 14

xiij Aprilis 1635

 

In the Elizabeth and Ann Mr Roger Coop bound for New England per Cert: from the Maior of Evesham in Com Worr and from the Minister of ye p’ish of their Conformitie.

Margerie Washborn 49

Jo: Washborn 14

Phillipp Washborn 11

15 Aprill, 1635

In the Eliza: and Anne de Lond. Roger Cooper vrs New England.

Percy Kinge 24 Maid Servan to Mr. Rog.Crowley

17 Apr. 1635

The p’tie hereunder named with his wife and children is to be transported to New England imbarqued in the Elizabeth and Ann, Willm Cooper bound thither the p’tie hath brought testimonie from the minister of his conformitie to the orders and discipline of the Church of England and from the two Justices of peace ye be he hath taken the oaths of Allegeance and Supremacie.

Alexander Baker 28

Elizabeth Baker 23

Elizabeth Baker 3

Christian Baker 1

Clement Chaplain 48

Wm Swayne 50

27 Aprilis, 1635

Theis under written names ae to be transported to New England Roger Cooper Mr. 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 Allegeance and Supremacie

Richard Brocke 31 A Carpenter

Edward Sall 24

Daniell Preston 13

4 Maij, 1635

Theis under written names are to be transpoted to New England imbarqued in the Eliz: and Ann p’rd. The p’ties have brought Certificate from the Minister and Justices of th ePeace of their confromitie and that they are no Subsedy Men.

Hen: Wilkinson 25 A Tallow Chandler

Robert Haus 19 A Soape boyler

6 Maij, 1635

Theis under written names are to be transported to New England, imbarqued in the Elizabeth and Ann, Roger Coopr. Mr. 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 ye they are no Subsedy men:

Samvell Hull 25

Wm Swyaden 20

Jo: Halsey 24

Vyncent Potter 21

Rich. Goard 17

Wm Adams 15

Henry Curtis 27

viij Maij, 1635

In the Elizabeth and Ann p;rd. Roger Coopr. Mr. Theis under written names are to be transported to New England imbarqued in the said ship: They brought Cert: of their Conformitie to the Church of England and ye they are no Subsedy men.

John Wylie 25

Jo: Thomson 22

Edmond Weston 30

Garnaliell Geomont 12

Awdry Whitton 45

George Orris 21

Jo: Jackson 27

Elizabeth ffabin 16

Grace Bulldey 33

May 1635

In the Elizabeth and Ann p’rd. Roger Coopr. Mr bound for New England.

Robert Jefferies 30

Marie Jefferies 27 uxor of Robert

Tho: Jefferies 7 Child of Robert

Elizabeth Jefferies 6 Child of Robert

Mary Jefferies 3 Child of Robert

Hanna Day 20

Suzan Browne 21

Robert Carr 21 A Taylor

Calebb Carr 11

Rich: White 30 Carpenter

Tho: Dane 32 Carpenter

Wm Hillard 21 Carpenter

xj Maij, 1635

Theis under 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 Minisiter and Justices of Peace of their conformitie to ye orders and discipline of th eChurch of Engladn, and ye they are no Subsedy men.

Willm. Sourser 26 A Shoemaker

Geo: Wylde 37 A Husbandman

Geo: Parker 23 A Carpenter

xiij Maij, 1635

In the Elizabeth and Ann, Roger Cooper, Mr bound to New England: Theis under written names are to be tranported p’r Certificate from ye Minister of Bennandin in Kent of their Conformitie to ye orders and discipline of ye Church of England.

John Borden 28

Joan Borden 23

Nico. Morecock 14

Bennet Morecock 16

Marie Morecock 10

Jeremy Whitton 8

Mathew Borden 5

Eliz: Borden 3

Thomas Whitton 36

Samvell Baker 30 [Samuell]

14 Maij, 1635

Theis under written are to be transported to New England, imbarqued in the Elizabeth and Ann, Roger Cooper Mr. The p’ties have brought Certificate from the Minister of the p;ish of their Conformitie to the orders and discipline of the church of England.

Richard Sampson 28 A Taylor

Tho: Alsopp 20

Robt: Standy 22

John Oldham 12

Tho: Oldham 10

 

Elizabeth of London to Virginia 1 Aug. 1635

Primo de Augusti 1635

Theis under written names are to be transported to Virginea imbarqued in the Elizabeth de Lo: [London] Christopher Browne Master examined by the Minister of Gravesend touching their conformities to the order and discipline of the Church of England the men have taken Oaths of Allege & Supremacie First Name ; Surname ; Age

Jo: Benford 20

Lodowick Fletcher 20

Jo: Bagby 17

Robert Salter 14

Edward White 18

Steeven Pierce 30

Rich. Beaufort 18

Rich. Chapman 18

Andrew Parkins 18

Jo: Baker 16

Jo: Vaughan 17

Jo: Austin 24

Paul Fearne 24

Thomas Royston 25

Jo: Taylor 18

Yeoman Gibson 16

Thos: Leed 16

Geo: Trevas 18

Wm Shilbom 38

Samuel Growee 38

Wm Glassbrooke 26

Edward Dicks 30

Jo: Bennett 18

Mitchell Saunby 25

Wm Thurgood 13

Samvel Mathew 14

Tho: Frith 17

Women

Katherine Jones 28

Eliz: Sankster 24

Ellin Shore 20

Alice Pindon 19

Sara Everedge 22

Margaret Smith 28

Eliza: Hodman 20

Moules Naxton 19

Marie Burbach 17

Eliz: Rudson 40

Elis: Rudson 5

 

Transcriber: Laura Freeman

Date: March 2003

 

Ships Passenger List for The Elizabeth 1635

Founders of New England: Records of Ships Passenger Lists from England to New England between 1620 and 1640. This set of ships passenger lists includes ships to Virginia (a catch-all phrase to mean almost anywhere along the coast), Barbadoes, Bermuda, West Indies and of course New England

Lorine’s Note: This set of records consists of various passenger lists, names of individuals ready to sail to New England, and names of those taking the Oath of Allegiance (in preparation for sailing). It is not always obvious when each ship left. Researchers will have to determine whether or not a ship made more than one sailing each year it is mentioned. The original spelling has been maintained, so you will see “Landen” for “London”, etc. Note that common words found are “uxor” meaning “wife”, “mr” for “Master” (of the ship)

Finding the names: You can browse each list, starting with the one below (scroll down). To browse the passenger lists of all ships I have online for this 20 year period to New England see the list of all known ships that made the voyage. I hope to find passenger lists for every ship on the list, so if you have a ship list, please consider donating it to Olive Tree.

Transcriber: Laura Freeman

 

The Elizabeth, April 1635

15 Apr. 1635

In the Eliza: de Lond. Wm Stagg vers New England James Walker 15 yers and Sarra Walker 17 yers serute to Jno. Browne (Baker) and to on Wm Bracey (linnen drap) in Cheapside Lond. P’r cert. Of their Conformitie.

Jno Browne Baker [“Baker” is probably Browne’s occupation.]

Wm Bracey Linnen drap

James Walker 15 Servant

Sarra Walker 17 Servant

 

John & Dorothy 1637 or The Rose, 1637

[They both have the same passenger list. Maybe the two ships sailed together, and this passenger list is from both ships.]

Founders of New England: Records of Ships Passenger Lists from England to New England between 1620 and 1640. This set of ships passenger lists includes ships to Virginia (a catch-all phrase to mean almost anywhere along the coast), Barbadoes, Bermuda, West Indies and of course New England

Lorine’s Note: This set of records consists of various passenger lists, names of individuals ready to sail to New England, and names of those taking the Oath of Allegiance (in preparation for sailing). It is not always obvious when each ship left. Researchers will have to determine whether or not a ship made more than one sailing each year it is mentioned. The original spelling has been maintained, so you will see “Landen” for “London”, etc. Note that common words found are “uxor” meaning “wife”, “mr” for “Master” (of the ship)

Finding the names: You can browse each list, starting with the one below (scroll down). To browse the passenger lists of all ships I have online for this 20 year period to New England see the list of all known ships that made the voyage. I hope to find passenger lists for every ship on the list, so if you have a ship list, please consider donating it to Olive Tree.

Transcriber: Laura Freeman

 

John & Dorothy of Ispwich and The Rose of Yarmouth, 1637

A small parchment volume (also in the Rolls Office) labelled on the cover”T G 27.299 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. What is not destroyed of the title of the volume is “A Register of the … of such persons a … and upwards and have … to passe into formigne partes … March 1637 to the 29th day of Septe… by verts of a commission granted to Mr Thomas Mayhew gentleman.” ” These people went to New England with William Andrews of Ipswich, Mr of the John and Dorothay of Ipswich, and with William Andrewes his Sons Mr of the Rose of Yarmouth.

Date; Surname; First Name; Residence; Occupation; Age; Destination

Aprill 8th 1637 Baker John Norwich in Norffoleke Grecar 39 Charles Towne in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Baker Elizabeth wife 31 Charles Towne in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Baker Elizabeth child Charles Towne in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Baker John child Charles Towne in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Baker Thomas child Charles Towne in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Alxarson Marey servant 24 Charles Towne in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Alzxarson Anne servant 20 Charles Towne in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Boalie Bridgett servant 32 Charles Towne in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Arres Samuell servant 14 Charles Towne in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Metcalfe Michill Norwich, Dornix weaver 45 boston in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Metcalfe Sarrah wife 39 boston in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Metcalfe Michill child boston in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Metcalfe Thomas child boston in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Metcalfe Marey child boston in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Metcalfe Sarah child boston in New England Arpill 8th 1637 Metcalfe Elizabeth child boston in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Metcalfe Martha child boston in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Metcalfe Joane child boston in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Metcalfe Rebecca child boston in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Cumberbach Thomas servant 16 boston in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Pers John Norwich in Norff. weaver 49 boston in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Pers Elizabeth wife 36 boston in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Pers John child boston in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Pers Barbra child boston in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Pers Elizabeth child boston in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Pers Judeth child boston in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Gedney John servant 18 boston in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Ludken William Norwich in Norff. Locksmith 33 boston in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Ludken Elizabeth wife 34 boston in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Ludken child boston in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Homes Thomas servant boston in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 page torn page torn Norwich in Norff. Cordwaynar 28 page torn—England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 8th 1637 page torn Samuel child page torn—England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 8th 1637 page torn John child page torn—England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 8th 1637 page torn Elizabeth child page torn—England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 8th 1637 page torn Debra child page torn—England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 8th 1637 Williams Anne servant 15 page torn—England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 8th 1637 Lawes ?neis Norwich in Norff. weaver New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 8th 1637 Lawes ?idda wife 49 New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 8th 1637 Lawes Mary child New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 8th 1637 Lincorne Samuell servant 18 New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 8th 1637 Smith Anne servant 19 New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 8th 1637 Nickerson William Norwich in Norff. weaver 33 boston in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Nickerson Anne wife 28 boston in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Nickerson Nicho. child boston in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Nickerson Robertt child boston in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Nickerson Elizabeth child boston in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Dix Samuell Norwich in Norff. 43 boston in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Dix Ioane wife 38 boston in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Dix Presella child boston in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Dix Abigall child boston in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Storey William servant 23 boston in New England

Aprill 8th 1637 Linsey Daniell servant 18 boston in New England

Aprill 11th 1637 Skerry Henry Great Yarmouth, Co. of Norff. Cordwaynar 31 New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Skerry Elizabeth wife 25 New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Skerry Henry child New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Towne Edmoun apprentice 18 New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Moulton John Ormsby of Norff. husbandman 38 New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Moulton Anne wife 38 New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Moulton Henry child New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Moulton Mercy child New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Moulton Anne child New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Moulton Jane child New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Moulton Bridgett child New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Gooddens Adam servant 20 New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Eden Allis servant 18 New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Moulton Marey Ormsby of Norff. Wydow 30 New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Maston John servant 20 New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Moniton Merrean servant 23 New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Caruear Richard Skratby of Norff. (prt of Ormsby) husbandman 60 New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Caruear Grace wife 40 New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Caruear Elizabeth child (twin) 18 New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Caruear Susanna child (twin) 18 New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Hartt Isache servant 22 New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Elsge Thomas servant 21 New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 underwood marable mayd servant 20 New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Moulton Ruth Ormsby of Norff. sngle woman 20 New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Page Robertt Ormsby of Norff. husbandman 33 New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Page Lucea wife 30 New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Page Frances child New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Page Margrett child New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Page Susanna child New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Moulton William servant 20 New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Wadd Anne servant 15 New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Dowe Henry Ormsby of Norff. husbandman 29 New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Dowe Joane wife 30 New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Dowe child New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Dowe child New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Dowe child New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Dowe child New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 page torn Robertt singleman page torn—

Aprill 11th 1637 Robenson Ellia page torn New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Williames William great Yarmouth page torn 40 New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Williames Alles wife 38 New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Williames child New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Williames child New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 11th 1637 Williames Elizabeth Yarmouth in Norff. sngle woman 31 New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 12th 1637 Rabey Kathren Yarmouth Wattermans wydow New England to remain with her son.

Aprill 12th 1637 Leeds Richard great Yarmouth marrinar 32 New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 12th 1637 Leeds Joane wife 23 New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 12th 1637 Leeds child New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 12th 1637 Smith Henry Newbucknam husbandman 30 New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 12th 1637 Smith Elizabeth wife 34 New England to Inhabitt

Aprill 12th 1637 Smith John child New England to Inhabitt.

Aprill 12th 1637 Smith Sethe child New England to Inhabitt

Aprill 13th 1637 Ropear John Newbucknam Carpenter 26 New England to Remaine

Aprill 13th 1637 Ropear Alles wife 23 New England to Remain

Aprill 13th 1637 Ropear Alles child New England to Remain

Aprill 13th 1637 Ropear Elizabeth child New England to Remain

 

Love, 1635

Founders of New England: Records of Ships Passenger Lists from England to New England between 1620 and 1640. This set of ships passenger lists includes ships to Virginia (a catch-all phrase to mean almost anywhere along the coast), Barbadoes, Bermuda, West Indies and of course New England

Lorine’s Note: This set of records consists of various passenger lists, names of individuals ready to sail to New England, and names of those taking the Oath of Allegiance (in preparation for sailing). It is not always obvious when each ship left. Researchers will have to determine whether or not a ship made more than one sailing each year it is mentioned. The original spelling has been maintained, so you will see “Landen” for “London”, etc. Note that common words found are “uxor” meaning “wife”, “mr” for “Master” (of the ship)

Finding the names: You can browse each list, starting with the one below (scroll down). To browse the passenger lists of all ships I have online for this 20 year period to New England see the list of all known ships that made the voyage. I hope to find passenger lists for every ship on the list, so if you have a ship list, please consider donating it to Olive Tree.

Transcriber: Laura Freeman

 

The Love, July 1635

between 13 & 23 July 1635. Theis under written names are to be transported to New England imbarqued in the Love, Joseph Young Mr.

Willm Cherrall 16 Baker [occupation?]

Vrsula Cherrall 40

Jo: Harman 12

ffrancis Harman 43

Sam Harman 10

Walter Parker 18

Willm> Browne 26 Fisherman

Mary Browne 26

Recommended New England CD for Research

The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776

 

Planter 1635

Founders of New England: Records of Ships Passenger Lists from England to New England between 1620 and 1640. This set of ships passenger lists includes ships to Virginia (a catch-all phrase to mean almost anywhere along the coast), Barbadoes, Bermuda, West Indies and of course New England

Lorine’s Note: This set of records consists of various passenger lists, names of individuals ready to sail to New England, and names of those taking the Oath of Allegiance (in preparation for sailing). It is not always obvious when each ship left. Researchers will have to determine whether or not a ship made more than one sailing each year it is mentioned. The original spelling has been maintained, so you will see “Landen” for “London”, etc. Note that common words found are “uxor” meaning “wife”, “mr” for “Master” (of the ship)

Finding the names: You can browse each list, starting with the one below (scroll down). To browse the passenger lists of all ships I have online for this 20 year period to New England see the list of all known ships that made the voyage. I hope to find passenger lists for every ship on the list, so if you have a ship list, please consider donating it to Olive Tree.

Transcriber: Laura Freeman

 

The Planter, April 1635

2n Aprilis, 1635.—Theis under written names are to be transported to New England imbaqued in the Planter Nic’s Trarice Mr bound thither the p’ties have brought Certificate from the Minsiter of St Albens in Hertfordshire, and Altestacon from the Justtices of peace according to the Lords Order. First Names; Surnames ;Ages

Jo: Tuttell A Mercer 39

Joan Tuttell 42

John Lawrence 17

Wm Lawrence 12

Marie Lawrence 9

Abigall Tuttell 6

Symon Tuttell 4

Sam Tuttell 2

Jo: Tuttell 1

Joan Autrobuss 65

Marie Wrust 24

Tho: Greene 15

Nathan Huford servant to Jo: Tuttell 16

Wm Beardsley A Mason 30

Marie Beardsley 26

Marie Beardsley 4

John Beardsley 2

Joseph Beardsley 6mo:

Allen Perley Husbandman 27

Mary Chitwood 24

Tho: Olney Shoemaker 35

Marie Olney 30

Tho: Olney 3

Etenetus Olney

Geo: Giddins Husbandman 25

Jane Giddinss 20

Tho: Savage Taylor 27

Richard Harvie A Taylor 22

ffrancis Peabody Husbandman 21

Wm Wilcockson Lynen wever 34 34

Margaret Wilcockson 24

Jo: Wilcockson 2

Ann Harvie 22

Willm ffelloe A Shoemaker 24

ffrancis Baker A Taylor 24 [Francis Baker is a taylor by occupation?]

Tho: Carter 25 Servant to Geo: Giddens pred.

Michell Willmson 30 Servantto Geo: Giddens pred

Elizabeth Morrison 12 Servant to Geo: Giddens pred.

3 Aprill 1635

James weauer Statinor 23

Edmond weauer Husbandman 28 dwelling in Anckstrey in Herefordsher & his wife Margarett aged 30 yers.

 

The Planter vjth Aprilis 1635

Theis p’ties heereunder mencioned are to be transported to New England: imbarqued in the Planter nico. Trarice Mr boudn thether: they have brought Certificates from the Justices of Peace and Ministers of ye p’ish that they are comforamblet ot the orders of ye Church of England and are no Subsedy men: they have taken the oath of Supremacie & Allegeance Die et Ano pred.

First Names; Surname; yeres

Martin Saunders A Currier 40

Rachel Saunders uxor 40

Lea Saunders child 10

Judith Saunders child 8

Martin Saunders child 4

Marie ffuller servant 17

Richard Smith servant 14

Rich. Ridley servant 16

ffrancis Newcom Husb: 30

Rachel Newcom wife 20

Rachel Newcom child 21/2

Jo: Newcom child 9mo.

Abti, Stannion A Glover 24

Daniell Hanbury 29

ffrancis Dexter 13

Willm. Dawes 15

Marie Saunders 15

More for the Planter

Richard Tuttell Husbandman 42

Ann Tuttell 41

Anna Tuttell 12

Jo: Tuttell 10

Rebecca Tuttell 6

Isbell Tuttell 70

Marie Wolhouston 30

Willm. Tuttell Husbandman 26

Elizabeth Tuttell 23

Jo: Tuttell 31/2

Elizabeth Swayne 20

Margaret Leach 15

Ann Tuttell 2 a qr. 21/4

Tho: Tuttell 3mo.

Sycillie Clark 16

Marie Bill 11

Phillipp Atwood 12

Barthol: ffaldoe 16

ffrancis Bushnell A Carpenter 26

Marie Bushnell 26

Martha Bushnell 1

Willm. Leach 16

Marie Smith 18

Hanna Smith 18

Ann Wells 15

 

vijth Aprilis 1635

This p’tie under mencioned is to be imbarqued in the Planter bound for New england p’r Cert: from Alderman ffenn of his confomitie he hath taken the oath of Allegeance & Supremacie.

Richard ffenn 27

8 April 1635

Theis p’ties hereunder written are to be transported in the Planter: p’rd. p’r Cert: from the Minsiter of Kingston vupon Thames in the County of Surrey of their conformitie and ye they are no Subsedy men

Palmer Tingley 21 A Miller

Wm Butterick 20 An ostler

Tho: Jernell 27 A Miller

X Aprilis, 1635

Theis under written names are to be transported in the Planter p’rd. Nico.Trarice Mr bound for New England p’r Cert. of the Minister of Sudberie in Sulfolk and from the Maier of the Towne of his conformitie to the orders and discipline of the Church of England and that he is no Subsedy man; he hath taken the oath of Alleg: & Suprem:

Richard Haffell 54 Carrier

Martha Haffell 42 uxor

Marie Haffell 17 Child

Sara Haffell 14 Child

Martha Haffell 8 Child

Rachell Haffell 6 Child

Ruth Haffell 3 Child

Alice Smith 40

Elizabeth Coop 24

Jo: Smith 13

Job Hawkins 15

x Apr. 1635

In the Planter p’rd: Theis under names are to beotransported to New England:

Eglin Hanford 46

Margaret Hanford 16 daughter

Eliz: Hanford 14 daughter

Rodolphus Elmes 15

Tho: Stansley 16

xjo. Die Aprilis 1635

In the Planter p’re: Theis under written names are to be transported to New England p’r Certificate according to order.

Sara Pittnei 22

Sara Pittnei 7 Child of Sara

Samuell Pittnei 1yr. 6mo. Child of Sara

Margaret Pitnei 22

Rachell Deane 31

 

The Winthrop Fleet of 1630

Date: Thu, 14 Mar 91

From: THE GAR

Organization: Samford University Computer Services

Subject: Winthrop Passengers

To: ROOTS-L@NDSUVM1

This list is from the excellent book: _The Winthrop Fleet of 1630_: (An Account of the Vesselseake, Robert Fien English Homes from Original Authorities) by Charles Edward Banks. It is believed by Banks to be a complete list, gathered from many sources.

Abbott, Daniel

Abell, Robert

Agar, William

Alcock, George, ______

Alcock, Thomas

Aleworth, Francis

Andrew, Thomas

Archer, Samuel

Aspinwall, William, Elizabeth, Edward

Audley, (Odlin) John

Baker, John, Charity

Balston, William, Elizabeth

Barsham, William

Bartlett, Thomas

Bateman, William

Baxter, Gregory

Beamsley, William, Anne

Beecher, Thomas, Christian

Belcher, Edward, Christian, Edward Jr.

Bendall, Edward, Anne

Benham, John

Biggs, John, Mary

Black, John

Boggust, John

Boswell, John

Bosworth, Zaccheus

Bourne, Garret

Bowman, Nathaniel, Anna

Bradstreet, Simon, Anne

Brand, Benjamin

Bratcher, Augustine

Brease, ____

Brenton, William

Brett, Isabel

Bright, Henry

Browne, Abraham, Lydia

Browne, James

Browne, Richard, Elizabeth, George, Richard Jr.

Buckland, William

Bugby, Richard, Judith

Bulgar, Richard,_______

Burnell (Bunnell), William

Burr, Jehu,_____, Jehu Jr.

Burroughs, Robert

Cable, John

Cakebread, Thomas, Sarah

Chadwick, Charles, Elizabeth

Chambers, Anne or Annie

Chase, William

Chauner, Margery

Cheesebrough, William, Ann(Stevenson), Sarah, Peter, Samuel, Nathaniel

Child, Ephraim, Elizabeth

Church, Richard

Clarke, John

Clarke, William, Elizabeth

Clough (Cluffe), Richard

Cobbett, _____

Coddington, William, Mary

Colbron, William, Margery

Colby, Anthony, Susanna (Haddon)

Cole, John

Cole, Rice, Arrold

Cole, Robert

Cole, Samuel, Anne

Converse, Edward, Sarah, Phineas, John, Josiah, James

Cooke, Margaret

Cowlishaw, William, Anne

Crabb, John

Crafts, Griffin, Alice, Hannah

Cranwell, John

Cribb, Benjamin

Crugott, James

Dady, William, Dorothy

Deekes (Dix), Edward, Jane

Devereux, John

Diffy, Richard

Dillingham, John, Sarah (Caly), Sarah

Dixon, William

Doggett, John, ____, John Jr, Thomas

Downing, James

Dudley, Thomas, Dorothy (Yorke), Samuel, Anne, Patience, Sarah, Mercy, Thomas Jr.

Dutton, ____

Edmunds, John, Mary

Eggleston, Bigod

Ellis, Arthur

Elston, John

Fayeweather, Thomas

Dady, William, Dones, Charles

Finch, Abraham, Abraham Jr., Daniel, John

Firmin, John

Firmin, Giles Jr., Martha (Doggett)

Fitzrandolph, Edward

Fox, Thomas

Foxwell, Richard, _____, John

Freeman, Samuel, Apphia (Quick), Henry

French, Thomas, Susan (Riddlesdale), Thomas Jr., Alice, Dorcas, Susan,

Anne, John, Mary

Frothingham, William, Anne

Gage, John, Amy

Gager, William

____, _____ (servant to Dr. Gager name unknown)

Garrett, Hugh

Garrett, Richard, ___, Hannah, ____

Gibson, Christopher, Mary

Gibson, Elizabeth

Glover, Ralph

Glover, John, Anne

Goldthwaite, Thomas, Elizabeth

Gosnall, Henry, Mary

Gosse (Goffe), John, Sarah

Goulworth, John

Gridley, Richard, Grace, Joseph, Abraham

Gyver, Bridget,

Haddon, Garrett, Margaret

Hale, Robert, Joan

Hall, John, Joan (Dove)

Hammond, Phillipa

Harding, Robert

Harris, Thomas, Elizabeth

Harwood, Henry, Elizabeth

Hawke, ____

Hawkins, John

Hawthorne, William

Hesselden, Franceis

Hoames, Margaret

Hoffe, ______

Hopwood, Edward

Horne, John

Hosier, Samuel

Howlett, Thomas

Hudson, William, Susan, Francis, William Jr.

Hulbirt, William

Hutchins, Richard

Hutchinson, George, Margaret

Hutchinson, Thomas

Ijons (Irons), Matthias, Anne

James, Edmond, Reana

James, Thomas, Elizabeth

James, William, Elizabeth

Jarvis, John

Johnson, Davy

Johnson, Francis, Joan

Johnson, Isaac, Arbella

Johnson, John, Margaret

Johnson, Richard, Alice

Jones, Bethia

Jones, Edward

Kidby, Lewis, ____, _____, Edward

Kingsbury, Henry, Margaret, Henry Jr.

Kingsbury, Thomas

Knapp, Nicholas, Elinor

Knapp, William, ____, John, Anne, Judith, Mary, James, John, WIlliam Jr.

Knower, George

Knower, Thomas

Lamb, Edward

Lamb, Thomas, Elizabeth, Thomas Jr., John, Samuel

Lamb, Roger

Lawson, Henry

Learned, William, Judith

Leatherland, William

Legge, John

Lockwood, Edmond, Elizabeth, _____

Lockwood, Robert

Lynton, Richard, ____, Anna, Lydia

Lynn, Henry, Sarah

Masters, Johrt

Tyndal, Arthur

Matson, Thomas, Amy (or Ann)

Mayhew, Thomas, ____, Thomas Jr.

Miller, ____

Millett, Richard

Mills, John, Susan, Joy, Mary, John Jr., Susanna, Recompense

Morey, Roger

Morley, Ralph, Catherine

Morris, Richard, Lenora

Morris, Thomas, Sarah

Morton, Mary

Moulton, Thomas, Jane

Mousall, Ralph, Alice

Munt, Thomas, Dorothy

Nash, Gregory, _____

Needham, Ann

Nicolls, _____

Nowell, Increase, Parnell (Gray) n, Jane, Sarah, Lyn (See Audley)

Page, John, Phebe (Paine), John, Daniel

Painter, Thomas, Katherine

Palmer, Abraham, Grace

Palsford, Edward

Palsgrave, Richard, Anne, John, Anna, Mary, Sarah

Parke, Robert, Martha (Chaplin), Thomas, ____, ____, ____

Parker, Robert

Patrick, Captain Daniel, ____

Pelham, William

Pemberton, James, Alice

Pemberton, John, Elizabeth

Penn, James, Katherine

Penn, William

Penniman, James, Lydia

Perry, Isaac

Peters (Pettit), Anne

Phillips, Rev. George, ____, Samuel, Abigail, Elizabeth

Phillips, John, Joan

Phillips, John

Pickering, John, Esther, George, John Jr., Joan

Pickworth, John

Pierce, John, Parnell, Experience, Mercy, Samuel

Plaistow, Josiah

Pollard, Mrs. Anne

Pond, John

Pond, Robert, Mary

Porter, John, Margaret, ___, ___,___,___,

Pratt, Dr. Abraham, Jane

Pynchon, William, Agnes, John, Anne, Mary, Margaret

Rainsford, Edward, ____

Ratcliffe, Philip

Rawlins, Thomas, Mary, Thomas Jr., Nathaniel, John, Joan, Mary

Reade, Thomas, Priscilla

Reading, Joseph

Reading, Miles

Reeder, ____

Revell, John

Reynolds, Robert, Mary, Nathaniel, Ruth, Tabitha, Sarah

Richardson, Ezekiel, Susanna

Royse (Ryse), Robert, Elizabeth

Ruggles, John, Frances, ____

Ruggles, Jeffrey, Margaret

Sales, John, ___, Phebe

Saltonstall, Sir Richard, Richard Jr, Samuel, Robert, Rosamond, Grace

Sampson, Robert

Sanford, John

Saxton, Rev. Giles

Scott, Robert

Seaman, John

Seely, Robert

Sergeant, _____

Sharp, Robert

Sharpe, Thomas, ___, ___, Thomas

Shut, _____

Simpson, _____

Smead, ___, Judith, William

Smith, ____, __ look someone up f

Squire, Thomas

Stearns, Isaac, Mary (Barker), John, Abigail, Elizabeth, Hannah, Mary

Stileman, Elias, Judith (Adams), Elias Jr.

Stoughton, Israel, Elizabeth

Stoughton, Thomas, _____

Sumner, William, Mary (West), William Jr.

Swaddon, Philip

Swanson, Anna

Talmadge, William, _____

Taylor, Gregory, Achsah

Taylor, John, ____, ____

Timewell, William

Tomlins, Edward

Turner, Nathaniel

Turner, Robe_, ___, ____

Smyt

Underhill, John, Helen

Vassall, William, Anne, Judith, Francis, John, Anne

Wade, (Thomas)

Walker, Robert, Sarah

Wall, ____, ____

____,_____ (Servant of Mr. Wall)

Ward, Thomas

Warren, John, Margaret

Waterbury, William, Alice

Waters, John, Frances, Mary, ___, ___

Weaver, ____

Webb, Richard, Elizabeth

Weed, Jonas

Weillust, Joist

Weldon, Robert, Elizabeth

Weston, Francis, Margaret, Lucy

Wilbore, Samuel, Anne

Wilkinson, Prudence, Sarah, John, Elizabeth

Williams, Thomas

Williams, Thomas (alias Harris, may be same as preceding), Robert

Wilsby, ____

Wilson, John

Wilton, David

Wing, Elizabeth

Winthrop, John, Henry, Stephen, Samuel

___,____ (x8) — Winthrop had eight servants, names unknown

Woods, William

Woolrich, John, Sarah

Wormewood, _____

Wright, Richard, Margaret, Eleanor, Robert