John Camden Hotten.

The Original lists of persons of quality, emigrants, religious exiles, political rebels, serving men sold for a term of years, apprentices, children stolen, maidens pressed, and others who went from Great Britain to the American plantations, 1600-1700 : with their ages, the localities where they for online

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Richard Pitt 19

Edward Mawr 19

Jo. Futror 18

Henry AuNNE 16

Ellin Jones 18

William Ridgdell^ 24

Christopher Carnoll 23

Jo. Feeldhouse 19

Tho. Taylor 19

Jo. Grimscroft 27

Jesper Meston 27

John Lee 17

John Skorie 16



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS.



37



Years.
Jo. MOSELY l8

JERREMY Redding i8

Richard Ast 30

John Rolinson 26

Richard Glaister 31

Protherock Alis 24

John TowsE 26

Richard Cave 28

Thos. Goodman 25

Phillipp Conner 21

Launcelot Pryce 21

Uxor Thomazine 18

Kat. Yate 19

averyn cowper 20

John Dunn 26

Leonard Evans 22 ■

Thos. Anderson 18

Edward Cranfield 24

Kjrc^r Ann Cranfield 18

Jo. Baggley 14

Tho. Smith 14

William Weston 30

Thomas Townsend 14

Edward Davies 25

Mary Saunders 26

Jane Chambers 23

Margaret MuDDOCK 21

Roger Sturdev ANT 21

John Wigg 24

John Greenwood 16

Andrew DuNTON 38

John Wise 30

William Hudson 32

Tho. Edenburrow 37

John Hill 50



Years.

Henry Rogers 30

Robert Smithson 23

Nicholas Harvy 30

James Graston 22

Daniell Daniell 18

Reginoll Harris 25

Geo. Burlingham {sic) 20

Jo. Hutchinson 22

James Grund 17

Richard Harman 20

Sam. Ashley 19

Geo. Burlingham {sic) 20

Elizabeth Jackson 17

Sara Turner 20

Mary Ashley 24

Margaret Furbredd 20

Margaret Huntley 20

Richard Doll 25

Thomas Perry 34

Uxor Dorothy 26

Ben. Perry 4

Mary Carlton 23

Abram Silvester 40

Tho. Bolton 18

Richard Champion 19

Richard Champion 18

Abram Silvester 14

Elizabeth NuNicK 20

Jo. Atkinson 30

Richard Hore : 24

Ralph Nicholson 20

Robert More 19

Joan Nubold 20

Thos. Hebden 20



38



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS.



vj. yamt,arii, 1634.



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

Years.

John Phillipps 21

John Allin 23

David JoHNES 24

William White 30

HUMPHERY DAVIES 22

William Cannion 21

Edward Lampeugh 35

George Cliffe 26

Abram Johnson 27

Henry Wells 23

John Usher 26

Edmond Knight 21

Thos. Rasbottom 23

William Griggson 14

Richard Jones 23

Michael White 18

Richard Borne 24

Edward Fletcher 20

Francis South 19

John Conny 20

Robert Skarvill 21

Edward Robinson 18

John Holland 15

Edward Ash 20

Tho. Sandby 17

Thos. Greene 24

Mark Theody 18

William Burt 22



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

Years.

John Bowes 23

Henry CuppLEDiKE 20

Robert Stratford 16

Robert Holland 19

Tho. Borne 22

Edward Roberts , 25

John Carter 26

George Sutton 19

Edward Jennor 24

Joseph Glade 20

Peter Monk 29

Richard Coke 38

IssAC Peter 20

Phillipp Squier 20

Bartholomew Elude 24

Richard Lawrence 20

Daniel Smith 20

John Symes 17

Robert Kett 22

Suzan Hudson 20

Mary Sea 16

John Shettleworth 28

Richard Fryme 26

Robert Holme 22

John More 28

Richard Perie 45

Edward Jones 21

Mark Ellvyn 20



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS.



39



Years.

Henry PuRSLYNN i8

Richard Chitting 23

Thomas Marfutt 22

Richard Edmunds 18

William Prichard 25

Thomas Arnold 18

Richard Chamblis 19

Edward Brunt 25

George Stokes 23

Henry FooKES 21

Robert Granger 21

William Walter 26

John Rods 20

EZECHELL ClEMENTES 20

Thomas Carpenter 20

Thomas Smith 17

John White 27

John Watkinson 22

Joseph Pardy 23

Robert Langridge 20

John Etherington 17

George White 27

Thomas Cockey 25

Anthony Blackgrove 24



Years.

John Higgins 20

William Hodgson 20

Thos. Jenkynns 23

John Greenewood 26

John Place 22

William Hayman 36

Edward Savage 20

John Conniers 21

John More 30

Robert Ground 22

William Bruton 22

William Walton 22

William Seward- 26

Henry Rymes 40

John TowNE 27

Henry Iles 17

Bryan Erle 21

John Fox 19

Robert GiLBY 18

Robert Baker 50

Thomas Peck 20

William Harris 35

Christian Mynnikyn 19



17 February, 1634.

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



Years.

William Usher 22

Richard Hanby 23



Years.

Richard Jackson 17

John Hill 19



40



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS.



Years.

Richard Clynton 23

John Harrison 46

James Read 19

DUNSTON KEMBER 20

William Owen 23

John Free 25

Richard Gane 19

Thomas Richards 19

William Nicks 23

Martin Perkynn •. 20

Anthony Bland 24

John Dymond 29

Thomas Dayil 20

William Walker....' 21

Ralph Harwood 23

Phillipp Philpott 30

James Pallister 28

Richard Clark 21

Daniell Baker 20

John Tayler 23

Thomas Prosser 20

John Craton 20

Thomas Smith 21

John Johnson 18

Richard Holmes 24

Ralph Terrett 24

Henry Tatnum 20

Alexander Smith 18

John Crapp 37

John Faux 36

Joseph Bryan 20

Nevill Hutchins 20

William Walters 22

William Puttex 20

Archibald Weyer 18



Years.

Nathaniel Cobham 17

Jarvaice Dodderidge 21

John Derborn 23

William Seriff 19

John Offword 24

Thomas Lee 20

Robert Richards 18

George H iter 18

John Dreadd 17

Arthur Wynd 17

Richard Osborne 22

John Phillipps 37

John Steevens 13

John Reddhedd 28

William Gibson 18

Thomas Waterman 27

Thomas Jones 19

Jo. NiSOM 23

Edward Layton 30

William Benson 28

John Whitehedd 23

Richard Barnard 23

Henry Long 21

John Wilks 22

Thomas Wellman 21

Tho. Gaton 25

William Allin 25

Tho. Lotteny 20

Robert Porter 20

John Hughes 20

Henry Atkyns 22

Robert Kember 21

Robert Mills 19

John Da VIES 25

Thomas Crowder 21



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS.



41



Years.

Richard Purnell 21

Robert Lynley 20

Henry Holmes 44

John Key 30

John Williams 21

John Fowler 24

John Owen 20

Owen Williams 21

Thomas Drew 26

William Bumstedd 21

Edward Johnson 20

John Bownd 20

John Haies 30

John Lyon 17

William Corser 24

Thomas Trigg 21

Robert NiSBETT 19

William Caddy 21

John Cassedy 20

Alexander More 24

Richard Wellyn 25

Richard Griffes 24

Arthur Yeomans ■. . 24

Nicholas Hobson 23

William Marrow 25

Francis Dene 21

John Philpott 16

John Strattergood 18

Wm. Cant 19

Henrie Speckman . . . .^ . . . 27

John Yates 19

Wm. Ranse 27

George Selman 16

Nicholas Blades 21

John Clark 24



Years.

Tho. Eyerie 19

Tho. Medwell 31

Jo. Basher 20

James Ellerton 18

Richard Hands 19

Medusala Wattes 20

Tho. Hames 19

Phillipp Cartwrite 20

John Loftis 21

Nichell Rocks 21

Jo. Ling 45

Tho. Sherman 26

Wm. Jackson 30

James Goldingham 32

Richard Rainolds 19

Jo. Nokes 20

Francis Symonds 21

Thomas Lurting 21

James Anderson 19

Walter Jago 20

John Bead 22

John Young 19

Thomas Hubbard 20

Edward Browne 24

William Seere 22

Wm. Levyns 22

Jo. Hamond 17

Edward Pullin 27

James Cullimor 22

Jo. DE Park 28

Richard Walton 21

Robert Collie . , 20

Joseph Hepworth 33

William Walters 32

Daniell Smith 33

6



42



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS.



Years.

Richard Trueman 24

William Masters 21

John Clere 26



Years.

Randall Ogden 19

Thomas Browne 1 1



II May, 1634.

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

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



Tun-is,
London.



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

Thomas Stares 31 years. ] Suzan Johnson 12 years.



16 March, 1634.



Mildred,
Bredstret,



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

Yeare. Years.

Francis Stiles 35 Thomas Barber 21

Thomas Bassett 37 Jo. Dyer. 28

George Chappell 20 Jo. Harris 28

Robert Robinson 45 James. Horwood 30

Thqmas Stiles 20 Jo. Reeves , 19



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS.



43



Year

THO. FOULFOOT 22

James Busket 28

Thomas Coop 18

Edward Preston 13

Jo. Cribb 30

Edward Patteson 33

Francis Marshall 30

Richard Heylei 22

Thos. Halford 20



Years

Thos. Haukesworth 23

Jo. Stiles '. 35

Henry Stiles 40

Jane Worden 30

Joan Stiles 35

Henry Stiles 3"

John Stiles 9 mo.

Rachell Stiles 28



22 March, 1634.

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

Years.

Nicholas Davies 40

Sara Davies 48

Joseph Davies 13

P^OBERT Stevens, a sawyer . . 22

John More, a labourer 24

James Haieward 22

Judith Phippin 16



Years.



William Lock 6

Jo. Maddox, a sawyer 43

James Lonnin, glover 26



J



4 servants.



26 March, 1635.

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

William Banks 21 years,

6—2



44



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS.



I April, 1635.

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

Years.

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

Edmond Farrington 47 \ Bucking- / Theis have taken

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

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

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

Thomas Griggs 15"]

William Griggs .... 14 |

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

Mary Griggs 6 j

Janet Griggs 2 J

WiBROE 42 years, wife of John Cooper.

Eliza 49 ,, „ Edward Farrington.

Alyce 37 „ „ William Parryer.

Alyce 43 „ „ George Griggs.

Mary Cooper 13.

Jo. Cooper 10 / „, ,, ,

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

Martha Cooper .... 5 '

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

Sarra Farrington . . 14.
Mathew Farrington 12 /

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

Eliza Farrington . . 8 '

Mary Parryer 7 s

Sarra Parryer 5 I Children of William Parryer.

Katherine Parryer 18 mo. 3



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS.



45



2 April, 1635.

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



Years.

Jo. TUTTELL, a mercer 39

Joan Tuttell 42

John Lawrence 17

William Lawrence 12

Maria Lawrence 9

Abigall Tuttell 6

Symon Tuttell 4

Sara Tuttell 2

Jo. Tuttell i

Joan Antrobuss 65

Maria Wrast 24

Tho. Greene 15

NODHIM Hafire, servant to

Jo. Tuttell 16

Maria Chittwood 24

Tho. Olney, shoemaker .... 35

Maria Olney 30

Thomas Olney 3

Epenetus Olney i

Thomas Carter 25

Michael Willinson 30

Elizabeth Morrison 12



}



Years.

Geo. Giddins, husbandman . . 25

Jane Giddins 20

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

William Wilcockson, lynnen

vvever 34

Margaret Wilcockson 24

Jo. Wilcockson 2

Chas. Harvie 22

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

Maria Beardsley 4

John Beardslie 2

Joseph Beardslie 6 mo.

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

Servants to George Giddins.



46



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS.



3 April, 1635.

James Weaver, statinor 23 years.

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



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

Years.

John Astwood, husbandman 26

Jo. Ruggells 10

Martha Carter 27

Marie Elliott 13

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

Elizabeth Whittimore .... 57

Elizabeth Turner 20

Sara Elliott 6

Robert Day 30

William Peacock, of Nazing,
in Essex • 12

Jo. Ruggells, shoemaker .... 44

Uxor Barbara Ruggells, . . 30

Jo. Ruggells 2

Elizabeth Elliot 8

Giles Payson 26

Isaac Morris 9



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

Eliz. Elliott 30

Lyddia Elliott 4

Phillip Elliot 2

Jo. Peat, husbandman, of Duf-

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

St. Katherines 35

Uxor Hanna Titus 31

Jo. Titus 8

Edmond 5

Edward Keele 14

Jo. GOUDBY 16

Jo. Bill 13

Tho. Greene 15

George Woodward, fish-



monger 35

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



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS.



47



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



Years.

Thomas Hathorne 22

William Morrison 23

Ralph Vaughan 22 & J

Jane Maddockes 21



Years.

Alice Mace 22

Margrett Ellgate 24

Margrett Hartforde .... 22



4 Aj>ril, 1635.

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

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



6 Aprils 1635.

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

Martin Saunders, a carrier 40 years.

Uxor Rache-l Saunders 40 „

r Lea Saunders „ 10 years.

3 children -| Judith Saunders 8 „

^ Martin Saunders 4 „



48 LICENCES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS.

r Marie Fuller 17 years.

3 servants <| Richard Smith 14 „

^ RiCHD. Ridley 16 „

Francis Newcom, husb. . . 30 „

r Rachell Newcom 20 „

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

V Jo. Newcom 9 mo. „

a glover, Anthony Stannion 24 „

Daniel Hanbury 29 „

Francis Dexter 13 „

WillDawes_ IS „

Maria Saunders 15 „



a Taylor, Clement Bates



40 years:



Ann Bates 40

James Bates 14

Clement Bates 12

Rachel Bates 8

Joseph Bates 5

Ben. Bates 2

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

\ Gervase Gold 30



5 children



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



More for the Planter.

Years.

husbandman, Richard Tuttell 42

Ann Tuttell 41

Ann Tuttell 12

Jo. Tuttell, 10

Rebecca Tuttell 6

Isabella Tuttell 70

Marie Wolhonston 30



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS.



49



Years.

husbandman, William Tuttell 26

Elizabeth Tuttell 23

Jo. Tuttell i\

Ann Tuttell 2 i

Tho. Tuttell 3 mo.

Sycillie Clark 16

Marie Bill 11



Years.
PhILLIPP ATWOOD 12

Barthol Faldoe 16

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

Mame Pem. 26

Ma^iePeul c. I

WllfclAM i-EN 16

Francis Bushnell, a carpen-
ter 26



Years.

Maria Bushnell 26

Martha Bushnell i

William Len 16

Maria Smith 18

Elizabeth Swayne 20

Margaret Leach 15

Hanna Smith 18

Ann Wells i S



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

Years.

James Burgis 14

Alexander Thwaits ; 20

Jo. Abbott 16

Jo. Bellomes 12

' Jo. JOHNES 18

Christiom Luddington .... 18

Marie Abbott 16

Marie Coke 14

Marie Peake 15

a taylor, Tho. Pell 22

a glazier, Jo. Bushnell 21



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

7



so-



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS.



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

ISABELL CRADDOCK 30 „



7 April, 1635.

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

Richard Fenn 27 years.



3 April, 1635, at Gravesend.

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

Years.

Ralph Reason 23

Edward Merrifield 19



Robert Wade 35

William Haies 24

Geo. Rishford 24

Mathew Moyses 17

Robert Richardson 20

Jo. Mountain 20

Jo. Willis 29

Jo. French 18



Years.

Tho. Watson 29

David Evans 22

Stephen Garret , 19

Wm. Beddle 19

Richard Lock 20

Abram Watson 19

James Carter 25

Wm. Searsbrick 23

William Church 21

John Reinolds 23



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS.



SI



Years.

Henry Bayin 22

William Lamyn 21

Hanna Roper 23

Henry Lea 30

Edward Smallman 21

Robert Atkinson 23

Tho. Fearfax 22

Mathew- Turner 46

Edward Gass 20

Henry Sentence 20

Edmond Davies 21

Edward Barnes 16

Tho. Nott 18

Jo. Adams 16

Edward Gray 33



Years.

Jo. Watts 21

Edward Fisher 27

Richard Crowder 28

Richard Preston 21

Richard Older. 24

William King 18

John Holmes 22

Nico. Seden 20

Fra. Stott 32

Philip Jenings 25

Tho. Spendergrass 24

Richard Danes 20

Robert Spurr 24

Nicho. Hollis 20



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

Years.

Tho. Berkym 24

Jo. Westgarth 28



Jo. Sweeting 26

James Townson 29

RicHD. Dawson 28

Tho. Greenwood 15

Tho. Iveson 36

Tho Hywood 22

Wm. Banks 23

Jo. Greenly , 20

Daniel Davies 26

Robert Braban 29

Jo. Thomas 25



Years,

Richard Leach 22

Richard Abbott 20

Ambrose Huett 27

Jo. White 25

Jo. Weston 26

William Weston 16

Wm. Howseman 12

RiCHD. Chapman - . . -40

Tho. Cutler 33

James Jackson ■. 33

Jo. Smitheman 23

Robert Savage 21

Geo. Penny 24

7—2



52



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS,



Years.

Jo. Pattman 23

Tho. Coke 30

Jo. Symonds 19

Jo. Boone 12

NicHo. Evans 16

Jo. Wydhouse IS

RiCHD. HOLLINBY 20

Will Lodge 13

Isaac Pratt 22

Jo. Evans 17

James Robards 20

RiCD. Clark 19

Geo. Plunckett 19

Wm. Marrowdin. 19

Jo. Alliday 20

Walter Gibson 25

Jo. Wynkles 20

Jo. Vynn 17

Robert Roe 19

Maurice Willins 18

Dennis Mortagh 30

Gregorie Ogell 15

Jo. Long 20

Tho. Farmer 22

Mathew Westwood 18

Robert Pendred 40

Wm. Beckkitt 26

Jo. Hynd 24

Roger Wills 20

Jo. Sessions 22

Capten Jacob Luke 30

RiCHD. Speed 35

Arthur Watkyns 25



Years.

Jo. Dent 3°

Jo. Sawcott 18

Jo. Bunce 18

Jo. Robinson 26

RiCHD. Pell 22

Jo. Disherd 22

Tho. Lamberd 23

Mary Loveley 35

Anne Loveley 10

Jo. Dukkarth 31

RiCD. Mansfield 22

Wm. Whitlock 31

Jo. Thomson 31

RiCD. Brownley 19

Jo. Mather 21

David Robinson 20

Tho. Evans 20

Wm. Mecham 20

Tho. Tedder 19

Daniel Dennis 22

Luke Stokes 35

Phillipp Henson 21

Jo. JOYNER 25

Robert Johnson 26

Geo. Chapman 17

Wm. Aston 17

Adrian Coke 27

Robert Philkynn 25

Jno. Sympson 29

Steaven Greenly 16

Margaret Lu cocks 27



Annis Percy



24



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND 7HE SEAS. 53



8 April, 1635.

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

Tanners, Wm. Holdred 25 years.

Roger Preston 21 „

Daniel Brodley 20 „

Isaac Stud MAN 30 „



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

Robert Farrands,
Thomas Smith.



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

a miller. Palmer Bingley 21 years.

an ostler, Wm. Butterick 20 „

a miller, Jho. Jewell 27 „



9 April, 1635.

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



54 LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS.

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

Years.

a clothier, James HosMER 28

r Uxor, Ann Hosmer 27

wife and 2 children X Maria Hosmer 2

^Ann Hosmer 3 mo.

., . (■ Marie DoNNARD 24

maid servants i , , , ,

I Marie Martin 19

Jo. Ston 40

Edward Gold 28

Geo. Russell 19

Jo. Massell 15



9 April, 1635,

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

husbandman, Jacob Welsh 32 years.

Geo. Woodward 35 „



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

Years. Years.

Elizabeth WiNCKOLL ... 52



Jo. WiNCKOLL 13



Wm. Swayne aged 16

Francis Swayne 14



17 April, 1635..

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






LICENSES TO GO BMYOND THE SEAS.

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

a mason, Geo. Baron 43 years.

Samuel 12 years.



SS



Jo



I Children of the said mason.



Susan 10

a husbandman, Tho. JOSTLIN 43 years

Rebecca, his wife 43 „

Eliza Ward, a maid servant ... 38 „

Rebecca 18

Dorothy 11

Nathaniel 8

Eliza 6

Mary i



Children of the said
Thomas Jostlin.



10 April, 1635.

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

carrier, Richard Hasfell 54 years.

Uxor, Martha 42 „

Maria Hasfell 17 „

Sara Hasfell 14 „

S daughters. J Martha Hasfell 8 „

Rachell Hasfell 6 „

^ Ruth Hasfell 3 j,

Alice Smith 40 „

Elizabeth Coop 24 „

Jo. Smith ■ 13 „

Job Hawkins 15 ,,



S6



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS.



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

Eylin Hanford 46 years.

r Margaret Hanford 16 „

daughters -^ j.j^j2ABETH Hanford 14 „

RODOLPHUS ElMES IS „

Tho. Stansley 16 ,,



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

William Wild 30 years.

Peter Thorne 20 „

Alice Wild 40 „



II April, 1635.



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

pties. under written hath brought certificates according to order.

Years. Years.
Jo. CLUFFE 22

Jo. Wild 17

Samuel Haieward 22

Jo. Duke 20



a carpenter, Wm. Whitteredd 36

Uxor Elizabeth 30

sonn, Tho. Whittredd... 10



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



Sara Pittnei 22

„ ,.,, ("SaraPitnei 7

2 children \ „ '

(. Samuel Pitney . \\



Margaret Pitney 22

Rachell Deane 31



LICENSES TO GO BEYOND THE SEAS.



57



13 A/>ri/, 1635.

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

Years.

Margerie Washborn 49

Jo. Washborne 141

T1 ,TT M sonns.



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