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Sunday, July 4, 2010

1635 Abigail

The Abigail left London, England April to July 1635 with her master, Robert Hackwell, arriving in Massachusetts Bay.


Alphabetical by family with age and roll number:
(By roll number listed below)


Abdy Matthew 15, #134 (From Wantage, Berkshire, bound for Boston. Ref: PCC and Pell pg 275. 36 pg 6)
Also listed from Southwark (S Olave) Surrey, bound for Boston. Ref: Banks, Mass. 36 pg 119)
Adams Richard 29 bricklayer of Northampton, #41
Adams Susan 26, of Northampton, #42
Alecock Annis 18, #155
Allen Jo. 30, husbandman #30
Allen Ann 30, wife of John #31
Alley Hugh 27, Collins servant #114
Almond William 34, #86
Almond Audrey 32, #88
Almy Annis 8, #89
Almy Chr: 3, #94
Arnold Jesper 40, #158 (Jasper, aka Shoreditch, from Stephney, Middlesex. Ref: Banks, Mass. 36 pg 113)
Arnold Ann 39, #160
Bassett William 9, #103
Belcher Edward 8, Freeman servant #138
Borebancke Joseph 24, Hadborne servant #36
Brane Thomas 40, husbandman #124
Browne Lydia 16, #19
Bullocke Henry 40, #20 (From St Lawrence, Essex, bound for Charlestown, MA. Ref: Pope. 36 pg 52)
Bullocke Susan 42, wife of Henry #21
Bullocke Henry 8, child of Henry #22
Bullocke Mary 6, child of Henry #23
Bullocke Thomas 2, child of Henry #24
Burdin George 20, #117
Burt Hugh 35, #101 (From St Clement, Eastcheap, London, bound for Lynn, MA. Ref: Aspinwall. 36 pg 99)
Burt Ann 32, #102
Burt Hugh 15, #151
Burt Edward 8, #90
Bushell Ruth 23, #163
Buttolph Thomas 32, #1
Buttolph Ann 24 wife of Thomas, #2
Carr Richard 29, #129
Collins Henry 29, starchmaker #108 (From Stephney, Middlesex, bound for Lynn, MA 36 pg 112)
Collins Ann 30 wife of Henry, #109
Collins Henry 5, child of Henry #110
Collins Jo: 3, child of Henry #111
Collins Margery 2, child of Henry #112
Cooke Jo: 27, Collins servant #116
Cooke John 15, Freeman servant #137
Covell Cesar 15, #72
Devotion Margaret 9, #162
Deyking John 25, #157
Deyking Alice 30, #159
Dodd James 16, #133
Drewrie George 19, #52 (Drury, George, from Grinstad, Sussex, bound for Cambridge. Ref: JGB Hill Gen pg 81. 36 pg 171)
Drinker Philip 39, #140
Drinker Elizabeth 32, wife of Philip #141
Drinker Edward 13, child of Philip #142
Drinker Jo: 8, child of Philip #143
Driver Robert 8, #77
Ellis Elizabeth 16, #66
Emerson Jo: 20, #147
Epps Elizabeth 13, #173, listed with Winthropp family
Foster Christopher 32, #80
Foster Francis 25, wife of Christopher #81
Foster Rebecca 5, child of Christopher #82
Foster Nathaniel 2, child of Christopher #83
Foster Jo. 1, child of Christopher, #84
Fountaine Edward 28, #118
Fox Jo: 35, #104
Fox Richard 15, #105
Freeman John 35, #45
Freeman Marie 50, #58
Freeman Jo: 9, #59
Freeman Sycillie 4, #60
Freeman Thomas 24, #91
Freeman Edmund 45, #107
Freeman Edward 34, husbandman #135
Freeman Elizabeth 35, wife of Edward #136
Freeman Elizabeth 12, #149
Freeman Alice 17, #150
Freeman Edmund 15, #152
Freeman John 8, #153
Fuller William 25, #3
Fuller Jo: 15, #4 (John)
Gatsell Walter 34, #46
Geere Dennis 30, #9 (From Falmer, Sussex, bound for Lynn, MA. Ref: PCC 51 Pembroke. 36 pg 171)
Geere Elizabeth 22 wife of Dennis, #10
Geere Elizabeth 3, child of Dennis #11
Geere Sara 2, child of Dennis #12
Gillam Ann 28, #122
Gillam Benjamin 1, child of Ann #123
Goade Thomas 15, #172, listed with Winthropp family
Graves Richard 23, #47
Griffith Joshua 25, Collins servant #113 (From Stephney, bound for Lynn. Ref: Pope. 36 pg 112)
Hadborne George 43, glover #32 (George Hepburn, from Southwark (S Savious), Surrey, bound for Charlestown, MA. Ref: Banks, Mass. 36 pg 168)
Hadborne Anne 46, wife of George #33
Hadborne Rebecca 10, child of George #34
Hadborne Anna 4, child of George #35
Hallinck John 38, #55
Harbert Jo. 23, shoemaker of Northampton #38
Harding Elizabeth 12, #8
Hillman Elliner 33, #145
Houghton Jo. 4, #25 (John, from Eaton Bray, Befordshire to Dedham, Mass. Ref: Pope. 36 pg 1)
Ireson, Edward 4, #85
Ireson Elizabeth 27, #93
Jones Ellin 36, #67 (4 children)
Jones Isack 8, #68
Jones Hester 6, #69
Jones Thomas 3, #70
Jones Sara 3mo, #71
Jones Thomas 40, #51 (alone?)
Jones Mary 30, #87 (alone?)
Jones Jo: 15, #154 (alone?)
Jones Charles 21, #18 (alone?)
Jordan Joan 16, Hadborne servant #37
Kettell Peter 10, #6
King William 28, #130
Knore Noll 29, #75
Knore Sara 7, #76
Knore Thomas 33, #54
Launder Thomas 22, #125
Lyne Mary 6, #174, listed with Winthropp family
Marshall William 40, #53
Mason Ralph 35, joiner #164
Mason Anne 35, wife of Ralph #165
Mason Richard 5, child of Ralph #166
Mason Samuel 3, child of Ralph #167
Mason Susan 1, child of Ralph #168
Mere Robert 43, #48
Mere Elizabeth 30, #78
Mere John 3 mo, #79
Mere Samuel 3, #49
Monnings Edmund 40, #50 (Munnings, from East Donyland, Essex, bound for Cambridge. Ref: Banks, Mass. 36 pg 48)
Monnings Mary 30, #62
Monnings Mary 9, #63
Monnings Anna 6, #64
Monnings Michelaliel 3, #65
Pancrust Anns 16, #13, listed with Geere family
Payne William 15, #74
Payne Jo: 14, #106
Potter William 27, husbandman #126
Potter Frances 26, wife of William #127
Potter Joseph 4mo, #128
Price Rebecca 14, #57
Rainsford Edward 26, #96
Ram George 25, #131
Rookeman John 45, #98
Rookeman Elizabeth 31, #99
Rookeman John 9, #100
Roote Ralph 50, #44
Roote Mary 15, Collins servant #115
Sharpe Robert 20, #97
Sheppard Ralph 29, #119
Sheppard Thanks 23, wife of Ralph #120
Sheppard Sara 2, child of Ralph #121
Somner Henry 15, of Northampton #39 (Henry Summers from Bideford, Devonshire, bound for Woburn, Ma. Ref: Wyman. 36 pg 19)
Somner Elisa 18, of Northampton #40
Stantley Jo. 34, #132
Steevens Alice 22, #161
Steevens Thomas 12, #7
Strowde John 15, #95
Terry Jo: 32, #146
Thomson Thomas 18, #156
Tilly William 28, #16 from Barnstable and Boston, came from Little Minories, England
Tucker Margaret 23, #144
Tusler Elizabeth 55, #14, orig Taselie, listed with Geere family
Tylly Nathaniel 32, #5
Wallis Ralph 40, #43
Wallis Joan 19, #73
Wallis George 15, #56
West Jo: 11, #61
White Edward 42, husbandman #26
White Martha 39, wife of Edward #27
White Martha 10, child of Edward #28
White Mary 8, child of Edward #29
Whiteman Robert 20, #17
Williams Ann 10, #139
Wood Constant 12, #15, listed with Geere family
Woodman Richard 9, #148
Wynthropp John 27, #169
Wynthropp Elizabeth 19, #170
Wynthropp Deane 11, #171
Yates William 14, #92

Banks Topo also lists:
Brackenbury, Richard and William, from Folke or Holnest, Dorsetshire, bound for Salem. Ref: Banks, Mass. 36 page 32. Gott, Charles, from Cambridge traveling on the Abigail, bound for Salem. Ref: Banks, Mass. 36 page 12.Haight, John, from Dorsetshire, bound for Salem 1629. Ref: Hist Rec of Putman Co., NY pg 452. 36 page 37.Vane, Sir Henry from London, bound for Boston. Ref: Winthrop. 36 page 108.



Sworn May 4, 1635

Buttolph Thomas 32, #1
Buttolph Ann 24 wife of Thomas, #2
Fuller William 25, #3
Fuller Jo: 15, #4
Tylly Nathaniel 32, #5
Kettell Peter 10, #6
Steevens Thomas 12, #7
Harding Elizabeth 12, #8


Sworn June 15, 1635 at Thesselworth
Geere Dennis 30, #9
Geere Elizabeth 22 wife of Dennis, #10
Geere Elizabeth 3, child of Dennis #11
Geere Sara 2, child of Dennis #12
Pancrust Ann 16, #13
Tusler Elizabeth 55, #14
Wood Constant 12, #15


Sworn June 19, 1635 at Little Minories
Tilly William 28, #16
Whiteman Robert 20, #17
Jones Charles 21, #18
Browne Lydia 16, #19

Sworn June 20, 1635 at St Lawrence, Essex
Bullocke Henry 40, #20
Bullocke Susan 42, wife of Henry #21
Bullocke Henry 8, child of Henry #22
Bullocke Mary 6, child of Henry #23
Bullocke Thomas 2, child of Henry #24


Sworn June 20, 1635 at Eaton Bray, Bedfordshire
Houghton Jo. 4, #25


Sworn June 22, 1635 at Cranbrook, Kent
White Edward 42, husbandman #26
White Martha 39, wife of Edward #27
White Martha 10, child of Edward #28
White Mary 8, child of Edward #29
Allen Jo. 30, husbandman #30
Allen Ann 30, wife of John #31

Sworn June 22, 1635 Stephney, London
Hadborne George 43, glover #32
Hadborne Anne 46, wife of George #33
Hadborne Rebecca 10, child of George #34
Hadborne Anna 4, child of George #35
Borebancke Joseph 24, Hadborne servant #36
Jordan Joan 16, Hadborne servant #37


Sworn June 26, 1635
Harbert Jo. 23, shoemaker of Northampton #38


Sworn Juyl 4, 1635
Somner Henry 15, of Northampton #39
Somner Elisa 18, of Northampton #40
Adams Richard 29 bricklayer of Northampton, #41
Adams Susan 26, of Northampton, #42

Sworn June 17, 1635
Wallis Ralph 40, #43
Roote Ralph 50, #44
Freeman John 35, #45
Gatsell Walter 34, #46
Graves Richard 23, #47
Mere Robert 43, #48
Mere Samuel 3, #49
Monnings Edmund 40, #50
Jones Thomas 40, #51
Drewrie George 19, #52
Marshall William 40, #53
Knore Thomas 33, #54
Hallinck John 38, #55
Wallis George 15, #56
Price Rebecca 14, #57
Freeman Marie 50, #58
Freeman Jo: 9, #59
Freeman Sycillie 4, #60
West Jo: 11, #61
Monnings Mary 30, #62
Monnings Mary 9, #63
Monnings Anna 6, #64
Monnings Michelaliel 3, #65
Ellis Elizabeth 16, #66
Jones Ellin 36, #67
Jones Isack 8, #68
Jones Hester 6, #69
Jones Thomas 3, #70
Jones Sara 3mo, #71
Covell Cesara 15, #72
Wallis Joan 19, #73
Payne William 15, #74
Knore Noll 29, #75
Knore Sara 7, #76
Driver Robert 8, #77
Mere Elizabeth 30, #78
Mere John 3mo, #79
Foster Christopher 32, #80
Foster Francis 25, wife of Christopher #81
Foster Rebecca 5, child of Christopher #82
Foster Nathaniel 2, child of Christopher #83
Foster Jo. 1, child of Christopher, #84
Ireson, Edward 4, #85
Almond William 34, #86
Jones Mary 30, #87
Almond Audrey 32, #88
Almy Annis 8, #89
Burt Edward 8, #90
Freeman Thomas 24, #91
Yates William 14, #92
Ireson Elizabeth 27, #93
Almy Chr: 3, #94
Strowde John 15, #95
Rainsford Edward 26, #96
Sharpe Robert 20, #97
Rookeman John 45, #98
Rookeman Elizabeth 31, #99
Rookeman John 9, #100
Burt Hugh 35, #101
Burt Ann 32, #102
Bassett William 9, #103
Fox Jo: 35, #104
Fox Richard 15, #105
Payne Jo: 14, #106
Freeman Edmund 45, #107


Sworn June 30, 1635 at Stephney, London
Collins Henry 29, starchmaker #108
Collins Ann 30 wife of Henry, #109
Collins Henry 5, child of Henry #110
Collins Jo: 3, child of Henry #111
Collins Margery 2, child of Henry #112
Griffith Joshua 25, Collins servant #113
Alley Hugh 27, Collins servant #114
Roote Mary 15, Collins servant #115
Cooke Jo: 27, Collins servant #116
Burdin George 20, #117
Fountaine Edward 28, #118
Sheppard Ralph 29, #119
Sheppard Thanks 23, wife of Ralph #120
Sheppard Sara 2, child of Ralph #121
Gillam Ann 28, #122
Gillam Benjamin 1, child of Ann #123
Brane 40, Thomas husbandman #124
Launder Thomas 22, #125
Potter William 27, husbandman #126
Potter Frances 26, wife of William #127
Potter Joseph 4mo, #128
Carr Richard 29, #129
King William 28, #130
Ram George 25, #131
Stantley Jo. 34, #132
Dodd James 16, #133
Abdy Matthew 15, #134
Freeman Edward 34, husbandman #135
Freeman Elizabeth 35, wife of Edward #136
Cooke John 15, Freeman servant #137
Belcher Edward 8, Freeman servant #138
Williams Ann 10, #139
Drinker Philip 39, #140
Drinker Elizabeth 32, wife of Philip #141
Drinker Edward 13, child of Philip #142
Drinker Jo: 8, child of Philip #143
Tucker Margaret 23, #144
Hillman Elliner 33, #145
Terry Jo: 32, #146
Emerson Jo: 20, #147
Woodman Richard 9, #148
Freeman Elizabeth 12, #149
Freeman Alice 17, #150
Burt Hugh 15, #151
Freeman Edmund 15, #152
Freeman John 8, #153
Jones Jo: 15, #154
Alecock Annis 18, #155
Thomson Thomas 18, #156
Deyking John 25, #157
Arnold Jesper 40, #158
Deyking Alice 30, #159
Arnold Ann 39, #160
Steevens Alice 22, #161
Devotion Margaret 9, #162
Bushell Ruth 23, #163
Mason Ralph 35, joiner #164
Mason Anne 35, wife of Ralph #165
Mason Richard 5, child of Ralph #166
Mason Samuel 3, child of Ralph #167
Mason Susan 1, child of Ralph #168
Wynthropp John 27, #169
Wynthropp Elizabeth 19, #170
Wynthropp Deane 11, #171
Goade Thomas 15, #172
Epps Elizabeth 13, #173
Lyne Mary 6, #174

Sources:
1.

1635 Hull's Company Ship

The Rev. Hull Company

Weymouth, England to Boston, MA
20 March 1635


This could be the ship Blessing of Ipswich England
From Vol. I, History of Weymouth Massachusetts in four volumes [1923]; published by the WEYMOUTH HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Wright and Potter Printing; Company, Boston.


Page 72 Chapter XV THE COMING OF THE HULL COMPANY
      During the summer of 1634, according to a record in the Town Records of Dorchester, "there went out to New England 20 ships, with 2000 planters." (See the Western Antiquary, Vol.6, p.88.) In 1635 Weymouth was numbered among the towns of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. The Gorges' claim had now become of no weight, and the Gorges party had transferred this interest to the Province of Maine. Weymouth began to take a prominent part in the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
      In 1635 there came a large addition to the population of Weymouth. This was the Hull Company, already mentioned and a statement made where their names can be found, but it seems best that the list should be given. They came from Weymouth in England, but some of them were from other towns in Dorset and in counties near by.
      We now find that the influence of Boston is felt as the center of the Bay State Colony, for permission had to be given to Hull and his company to settle in Wessagusset. Thus on July 8, 1635, the General Court of Boston passed an order giving permission to the Rev. Joseph Hull, with twenty-one families numbering about one hundred persons, to settle at
Wessagusset.
     The people of this company became prominent in the affairs of Weymouth, and some of their descendants hold that position to-day. In 1870 Mr. H. G. Somerby, who had been making investigations in England, discovered a list of the Hull passengers and sent it to Mr. William L. Appleton of Boston, with the following letter:


LONDON, September, 1870.
My DEAR MR. APPLETON: - Amongst a bundle of miscellaneous manuscripts just turned up in the Public Record Officer I find with other documents relating to New England, the following list of passengers which I have the pleasure of sending to you for publication in the Register.
I remain, yours very truly,
H. G. SOMERBY.


Mr. Appleton gave the list to the Register and it was published in the New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. XXV, pages 13, 14 and 15, January, 1871.


PAGE 73 THE COMING OF THE HULL COMPANY BOUND FOR NEW ENGLAND
Weymouth, ye 20 of March, 1633
 

1 Joseph Hull of Somerset, minister, aged 40 years.
2 Agnes Hull, his wife, aged 25 years. Second wife of Mr. Hull
3 Joane Hull, his daughter, aged 15 years.
4 Joseph Hull, his son, aged 13 years.
5 Tristram, his son, aged 11 years.
6 Elizabeth, his daughter, aged 7 years.
7 Temperance, his daughter, aged 9 years.
8 Gressell, his daughter, aged 5 years.
9 Dorothy, his daughter, aged 3 years.
10 Judith French, his servant, aged 20 years.
11 John Wood, his servant, aged 20 years.
12 Robert Dabyn, his servant, aged 28 years.
13 Musachiell Bernard of Batcombe, Clothier of the County, Somerset, aged 24 years.
14 Mary Bernard, his wife, aged 28 years.
15 John Bernard, his son, aged 3 years.
16 Nathaniel, his son, aged 1 year.
17 Rich Persons, salter and his servant, 30 years.
18 Francis Baber Chandler, aged 36 years.
19 Jesope Joyner, aged 22 years.
20 Walter Jesop Weaver, aged 21 years.
21 Timothy Tabor in somss of Botcomhe, taylor, aged 35 years.
22 Jane Tabor, his wife, aged 35 years.
23 Jane Tabor, his daughter, aged 10 years.
24 Anne Tabor, his daughter, aged 8 years.
25 Sarah Tabor, his daughter, aged 5 years.
26 William Fever, his servant, aged 20 years;
27 John Whitmarks, aged 39 years.
28 Alice Whitmarke, his wife, aged 35 years.
29 John Whitmarck, his son, aged 11 years.
30 Jane, his daughter, aged 7 years.
31 Onseph, his son, aged 5 years.
32 Rich, his son, aged 2 years.
33 William Read of Batcombe, taylor in Somerset, aged 28 years.
34
35 Susan Read, his wife, aged 29 years.
36 Harma Read, his daughter, aged 3 years.
37 Susan Read, his daughter, aged 1 year.
38 Rich Adams, his servant1 aged 29 years.
39 Mary Adams, his wife, aged 26 years.
40 Mary Cheame, his daughter, aged 1 year.
41 Zachary Bickwell, aged 45 years.
42 Agnis Bickwell, his wife, aged 27 years.
43 John Bickwell, his son, aged 11 years.
44 John Kitchin, his servant, aged 23 years.
45
46 George Allin, aged 24 years. (would have to be 54 not 24 due to children's ages)
47 Katherine Allin, his wife, aged 30 years.
48 George Allin, his son, aged 16 years.
49 William Allin, his son, aged 8 years.
50 Matthew Allin, his son, aged 6 years.
51 Edward Poole, his servant, aged 26 years.
52 Henry Kingman, aged 40 years.
53 Joane, his wife, aged 39 years.

PAGE 74 THE EARLY HISTORY OF WEYMOUTH
54 Edward Kingman, his son, aged 16 years.
55 Joane, his daughter, aged 11 years.
56 Anne, his daughter, aged 9 years.
57 Thomas Kingman, his son, aged 7 years.
58 John Kingman, his son, aged 2 years.
59 Jonathan Ford, his servant, aged 30 years.
60 William Kinge, aged 40 years.
61 Dorothy, his wife, aged 34 years.
62 Mary Kinge, his daughter, aged 12 years.
63 Katlieryne, his daughter, aged 10 years.
64 William Kinge, his son, aged 8 years.
65 Hanna Kinge, his daughter, aged 6 years.
66 Thomas Holbrooke of Broadway, aged 34 years.
67 Jane Holbrooke, his wife, aged 34 years.
68 John Holbrooke, his son, aged 11 years.
69 Thomas Holbrook, his son, aged 10 years.
70 Anne Holbrooke, his daughter, aged 5 years.
71 Elizabeth, his daughter, aged 1 year.
72 Thomas Dible, husbandman, aged 22 years.
73 Francis Dible, aged 24 years.
74 Robert LovelI, husbandman, aged 40 years.
75 Elizabeth Lovell, his wife, aged 35 years.
76 Zachetis Lovell, his son, aged 15 years.
77 Anne Lovell, his daughter, aged 16 years.
78 John Lovell, his son, aged 8 years.
79 Ellyn Lovell, his daughter, aged 1 year.
80 James, his son, aged 1 year.
81 Joseph Chickin, his servant, aged 16 years.
82 Alice Kinham, aged 22 years.
83 Angell Hollard, aged 21 years.
84 Katheryn, his wife, aged 22 years.
85 George Land, his servant, aged 22 years.
86 Sarah Loud, his kinswoman, aged 18 years.
87 Richard Joanes of Dinder.
88 Robert Martyn of Bakombe, husbandman, aged 44.
89 Humfrey Shepheard, husbandman, 22 years.
90 John Upham, husbandman, aged 35 years.
91 Joane Martyn, aged 44 years.
92 Elizabeth Upham, aged 32 years.
93 John Upham, Junior, aged 7 years.
94 William Grane, aged 12.
95 Sarah Upham, aged 26.
96 Nathaniel Upham, aged 5 years.
97 Elizabeth Upham, aged 3 years.
98 Dorss Richard Wade of Simstuly Cop, aged 60.
99 Elizabeth Wade, his wife, aged 60 years.
100 Dinah, his daughter, aged 22
101 Henry Lush, his servant, aged 17 years.
102 Andrew Hallett, his servant, aged 28 years.
103 John Noble, husbandman, aged 13 years.
104 Robert Ruste, husbandman, aged 40 years. (on other sources listed as Huste)
105 John Woodcooke, aged 2 years. [correction: should be 20 years]
106 Rich Porter, husbandman, aged 3 years. [correction: should be 30 years]

JOHN PORTER,
Deputy Clarke to Edward Thoroughgood.
The list is slightly imperfect and some of the names are those of persons who did not remain permanently in Weymouth. William Kinge and family removed to Salem; and the Kings who are


PAGE 75 THE COMING OF THE HULL COMPANY


mentioned so much in Weymouth's history were the descendants of John King, who belonged to the Weston Colony.

In some cases there seems to be mistakes in the record, as in the case of Richard Porter, who is given as a husbandman, for how could a person be a husbandman at three years of age? One naturally asks the question does the figure 3 and 2 here and in other cases mean years, or that there were three of the name Rich Porter. If the latter is the meaning, then there are also two persons named John Woodcooke. The proper explanation, I think, is that the "0" is left out and that the record should be 20 and 30, not 2 and 3.



       Rev. Joseph Hull was for a time the minister of the town, and as the town was incorporated in 1635, that year was important in the history of the town, and it began then to have representatives to the General Court, and became a part of the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
      In the year 1635 and 1636 commissioners were appointed to set the boundary lines between Mount Wollaston and Weymouth, and the Fore River and Smelt Brook formed a part of that line, also the boundary between Weymouth and Bare Cove, now Hingham, and part of that line was Back River and Fresh River, and on a line with Plymouth Colony.
     In September, 1635, Wessagusset was incorporated as a town under the name "Weymouth," and the first men to go as deputies to the General Court were William Reade, John Bursley and John Upham. Correspondence October 2, 2002 passenger Ford (servant of Kingman)
01. John Ford Father of Andrew Ford was A Bond Servant to Henry Kingman Emigrated on 20 March 1636 on the Ship: The Blessing of Ipswich England.
02. Descendants of Andrew Ford of Weymouth, Massachusetts Part 1; the First Six Generations: Complied by Elizabeth Cobb Stewart, Published by Capitol City, Press Montpelier, Vermont, 1968. Page 1. Reference Andrew Ford 1620-1693.


Seventh and Eight Generations: Complied by Elizabeth Cobb Stwart 1983. and the Ninth and Tenth Generations: Complied by Elizabeth Cobb Stewart.

03. Mrs. Eleanor M. Bamford's Ford Family Notes in the New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Volume 53. Page 160-181 April 1922.
04. In Search of Dr. John Perley Ford 1794-1869 His Life and Times, Early


Allied Families, Ancestors, And Descendants. By Robert Wayne Ford, 1995, Publisher; Gateway Press, Baltimore, MD. Reference Andrew Ford Sr., 1620-1693.


05. the History of Weymouth, Massachusetts, Weymouth Historical Society, 1923 ( 4 Volumes ).
06. the History of the Town of Abington, 1866 has a Section on Andrew Ford


Pages 378-383.
07. A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, 1860 Volume 2. Pages 182-184.
08. The Original List of Persons of Quality;... Who went from Great Britian to the American Plantations, 1600-1700, 1931, Pages 283-286.
09. 1642 Andrew's Birth date is Established by the fact that he had to be Twenty-one or Older to be a Landowner as Recorded in Weymouth, Massachusetts.
10. Married Ellinor Lovell in 1648 Daughter of Robert Lovell and Elizabeth b. 1634 England. Emigrated With Her Parents On the Same Ship as John Ford Father of Andrew Ford.
11. Plymouth Deeds, Volume 3. Page 210. 20 Jul. 1683 the Date of a Deed Which Ellinor Signed with her Mark and 25 Feb. 1693. the Date of Andrew Ford Will Which Does Not Include Ellinor Lovell-Ford his Wife.
12. Will of Robert Lovell Dated 3 April 1651 and Probated 25 June 1672. ( History of Weymouth, Volume 3. Page 392).
13. 3 May 1654 Andrew Ford was Made A Freeman of the Massachusetts Bay Colony  (Records of the Governor and Company of the Massachusetts Bay in New England, Ed. by Nathaniel B. Shurtleff, 1854, Volume 4. Part 1. Page 460).
14. 24 Nov. 1662 At the Annual Town Meeting Andrew Ford , James Lovell Were Among Four Men Chosen to Be Wardens for the Ensuing Year.( History of Weymouth, 1923, Volume 2, Page 511).
15. 29 Oct. 1678 show that Andrew Ford, Sr. "in Weymouth" Took the Oath of Allegiance to Charles II with His Sons, Andrew Jr., James, Nathaniel, Samuel, and Ebenezer ( Records of Suffolk County Court 1671-1680, Part 2, Page 974, Colonial Society of Massachusetts, Publications, Volume 30, 1933).
16. 1664 in Addition to his land in Weymouth, Massachusetts Bay Colony. Andrew Ford Acquired Property in the Plymouth Colony to the South. Along with his Brother-in-Law, James Lovell.( Records of the Colony of New Plymouth in New England, Ed. by Nathaniel B. Shurtleff, Volume 2. Page 54, Volume 3. Page 182., Volume 4, Page 74, 82, 97, and 99, Volume 5. Page 5.).
17. 1668 Representatives of the Plymouth Court ( Plymouth Colony Deed Volume 3, Page 128).
18. Andrew Ford was Living in Weymouth, MA. 2 Feb. 1692. ( Plymouth County, Deed Volume 3, Page 212 ).
19. Andrew Ford his Will Dated 25 Feb. 1693 Stated that he was Late of the



Sources:
1. Vol. I, History of Weymouth Massachusetts in four volumes [1923] published by the WEYMOUTH HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Wright and Potter Printing Company, Boston.
2. http://www.immigrantships.net/v3/1600v3/hullcompany16350320.html#notes

1637 Mary Ann

10-15 May. Examinations of passengers to New England on the Mary Anne of Yarmouth, Mr. William Goose:


Alphabetical order:

Ames Joane 50, Widow from Yarmouth, bound for New England
Ames Ruth 18
Ames William
Ames John
Borowe John 28, Cooper from Yarmouth, bound for Salem
Borowe Anne 40
Burges [---] 26, servant for John Gedney
Call Augsten, bound for Salem
Call Alles 40
Cockram William 28, Mainer from Southoldt, Suffolk with 2 unk servants
Cockram Christen 26, wife of William
Cockram children 2
Cooper Benjemen 50, Husbandman of Brampton, Suffolk, bound for Salem
Cooper Elizabeth 48
Cooper Lawrance
Cooper Marey
Cooper Rebeca
Cooper Benjemen
Cooper [---] 48 Sister of Benjamin Cooper
Darrell John, bound for Salem
Dixson Rachell, grand daughter of Margaret Neave
Doged Thomas 30, servant for Thomas Olliver
Feleaman Dickerson, Servant of Benjamin Cooper
Fillingham Francies 32, son in law of Benjamin Cooper
Gault William 29, Cordwainer and single man from Yarmouth, bound for New England
Gedney John, Weaver from Norwich, bound for Salem
Gedney Sarah 25
Gedney Ledia
Gedney Hanah
Gedney John
Goodin Anne 18, sevant to Abraham Toppan
Grenfild Samuell 27, Weaver from Norwich, bound for New England
Grenfild Barbrey 35
Grenfild Marey
Grenfild Barbrey
Joanes Thomas 25, Butcher from Elsing, Norfolk single man, bound for New England
Jones Samuell 15, Apprentice from Norwich, bound to his master, John Baker in New England
Kilin John, Servant of Benjamin Cooper
Olliver Thomas 36, Calinder from Norwich, bound for New England
Olliver Marey 34
Olliver Thomas
Olliver John
Paine Thomas 50 Weaver of Wrentham, bound for Salem
Paine Elizabeth 53
Paine Thomas
Paine John
Paine Marey
Paine Elizabeth
Paine Dorothey
Paine Sarah
Neave Margrett 58, of Great Yarmouth, bound to New England
Poyett Luce 23, spinster from Norwich, bound for New England
Sape Marey 12, servant for Thomas Olliver
Teed John 19, servant for Samuell Grenfild
Thomas William 26, Husbandman and single man, bound for Exerden
Thurston John 30, Carpenter from Wrentham, Suffolk, bound for New England
Thurston Margrett 32
Thurston Thomas
Thurston John
Toppan Abraham 31, Cooper of Yarmouth, bound for New England
Toppan Susanna 30
Toppan Petter
Toppan Elizabeth
Walker William, servant for John Gedney
Yonges John 35, Minister from St Margaret's, Ipswitch, Suffolk, bound for Salem.
[Sidelined: "This man was forbidden passage by the Commissioners and went not from Yarmouth."]
Yonges Joan 34
Yonges John
Yonges Thomas
Yonges Anne
Yonges Rachell
Yonges Marey
Yonges Josueph

Source order:


10-15 May. Examinations of passengers to New England on the Mary Anne of Yarmouth, Mr. William Goose:


Thomas Paine of Wrentom [Wrentham], Suffolk, weaver aged 50 and Elizabeth his wife aged 53, with 6 Children Thomas, John, Marey, Elizabeth, Dorothey and Sarah, to Salem to inhabit.
Margrett Neave of Great Yarmouth, widow aged 58 and her grandchild Rachell Dixson, to New England to inhabit.
Benjemen Cooper of Bramton [Brampton], Suffolk, husbandman aged 50 and Elizabeth his wife aged 48, with 5 children Lawrance, Marey, Rebeca, Benjemen and his son-in-law Francies Fillingham aged 32, also his sister aged 48 and 2 servants John Kilin and Feleaman Dickerson, to Salem to inhabit.
Abraham Toppan of Yarmouth, cooper aged 31 and Susanna his wife aged 30, with 2 children Petter and Elizabeth, and 1 maidservant Anne Goodin aged 18, to New England to inhabit.
William Thomas of Great Comberton, Worcestershire, husbandman and singleman aged 26, to Exerden, New England, to inhabit.
John Thurston of Wrentom [Wrentham], Suffolk, carpenter aged 30 and Margrett his wife aged 32, with 2 children Thomas and John, to New England to inhabit.
Luce Poyett of Norwich, spinster aged 23, to New England to remain.
John Borowe of Yarmouth, cooper aged 28 and Anne his wife aged 40, to Salem to inhabit.
William Gault of Yarmouth, cordwainer and singleman aged 29, to New England to remain.
Joane Ames of Yarmouth, widow aged 50, with 3 children Ruth aged 18, William and John, to New England to inhabit.
Augsten Call[---] and Alles his wife aged 40, to Salem to inhabit.
John Darrell of [------], to Salem to inhabit.
John Gedney of Norwich, weaver [---] with his wife Sarah aged 25 [---] [children] Ledia, Hanah and John, and 2 servants William Walker aged [------][---] Burges aged 26, for Salem.
Samuell Jones of Norwich, apprentice aged 15, to go to his master John Baker in New England.
John Yonges of St. Margaret's, [Ipswich], Suffolk, minister aged 35 and Joan his wife aged 34, with 6 children John, Thomas, Anne, Rachell, Marey and Josueph, for Salem to inhabit. [Sidelined: "This man was forbidden passage by the Commissioners and went not from Yarmouth."]
Samuell Grenfild of Norwich, weaver aged 27 and Barbrey his wife aged 35, with 2 children Marey and Barbrey, and his servant John Teed aged 19, to New England to inhabit.
Thomas Joanes of Elzing [Elsing], Norfolk, butcher and singleman aged 25, to New England to remain.
Thomas Olliver of Norwich, calinder aged 36, and Marey his wife aged 34, with 2 children Thomas and John, and 2 servants Thomas Doged aged 30 and Marey Sape aged 12, to New England to inhabit.
William Cockram of Southould [Southholdt], Suffolk, mariner aged 28 and Christen his wife aged 26, with 2 children and 2 servants, to New England to inhabit. (PRO:E157/21).

Charles Banks Topographical lists the following passengers:
Greenfield, Samuel - from Norwich, Norfolk, bound for Salem, Ipswitch and
Hampton NH. Ref: Banks Mss. 36 pg 120.
Jones, Thomas - from Elsing, Norfolk, bound for Newbury. Ref: Pope.
36 pg 114.
Kilham, Augustine - from Wrentham, Suffolk, bound for Salem. Ref: Perley
Salem 2/149. 36 pg 165.
Neave, Richard - from Yarmouth, Norfolk, bound for Salem. Ref: Pope.
36 pg 123.
Paine, Thomas - from Wrentham, Suffolk, bound for Salem. Ref: Pope.
36 pg 164.
Thomas, William - from Comberton, Wiltshire, bound for Newbury. Ref: Savage.
36 pg 183.
Thurston, John - from Wrentham, Suffolk, bound for Salem and Dedham. Ref:
Hotten. 36 pg 164.

Sources:
1. Coldham pg 187-188
2. Hotten P of Q pages 294
3. Banks Topo page 120
4. http://www.packrat-pro.com/ships/maryanne.htm



1635 Plain Joan

15 May 1635

"Theis under-written names are to Virginea: imbarqued in the Plaine Joan Richard Buckam Mr. the pties having brought Attestacon of their conformities to the orders & discipline of the Church of England.


Alphabetical Order:


Alsopp Jo 50
Aris Jo 19
Arnold Tho 30 - from Cheselborne, Dorsetshire or Kelshale, Suffolk, bound for Providence, RI. Ref: Austin 246. 36 pg 31 & 156
Baldwinn Wm 20
Barber Francis 18
Barrowe Jo 26
Beddell Jo 22
Bennet Jo 18
Blackett Tym 40
Bland Luke 20
Briers Robert 21
Britton Tho 26
Brooke Robert 33
Bulkley Tho 32
Cartie Charles 18 (MaCartie?) (yes)
Cartie Owen Ma 18 (MaCartie?) (yes)
Clark Daniell 33
Clark William 27
Coke Robert 25
Coker Jo 21
Collins Wm 20
Collins Wm 34
Davies Chris 22
Day Richard 32
Donoldson Henrie 25
Downes Richard 34
Flane Charles 18
Fleming Richard 24
Frier Tobias 18
Gilbert Robert 18
Godbitt Tho 320
Gray Francis 15
Hall Tho 21
Hitchcock Wm 27
Hughes Jo 30
Hutt Robert 14
Jackson Henry 24
James Wm 26
Johnson John 20
Kent Nico 16
Koorbe Roger 25
Lavor Wm 22
Lawrence Richard 20
Lem Mathew 20
Lewes Robert 23
Lloyd Tho 20
Marsh Jno 26
Marshall Jo 21
Miller James 18
Nelson Joseph 26
Newman Thomas 15
Northin Jo 22
Palliday Jo 23
Paulson Wm 23
Peach Arthur 20
Perk's Ann 27
Perpoynt Henry 22
Piggott Wm 50
Pitcher Tho 20
Raddish Jo 23
Resburie Jo 30
Rolles Jo 22
Shawe Jo 21
Shinglewood Robt 26
Smith Geo 34
Steddall Willm 26
Stump Tho 32 (Stamp?)
Sudburrowe Peter 20
Talbot Geo 18
Taylor Chris 22
Thomas Chri 26
Topliss Wm 30
Trent Jo 27
Turner Tho 21
Viper Tho 26
Ward James 18
Ward Robert 22
Warren Jo 27
Wheeler Edward 18
Wilson Edward 22
Wolley Richard 36
Wray Ralph 64
Wynd James 23
Young Samuell 14

Source order:


Briers Robert 21
Johnson John 20
Coke Robert 25
Alsopp Jo 50
Piggott Wm 50
Topliss Wm 30
Arnold Tho 30
Paulson Wm 23
Northin Jo 22
Turner Tho 21
Beddell Jo 22
Barrowe Jo 26
Trent Jo 27
Coker Jo 21
Donoldson Henrie 25
Lavor Wm 22
Davies Chris 22
Taylor Chris 22
Clark Daniell 33
Day Richard 32
Lewes Robert 23
Bland Luke 20
Warren Jo 27
Ward James 18
Stump Tho 32 (Stamp?)
Frier Tobias 18
Steddall Willm 26
Thomas Chri 26
Fleming Richard 24
Lem Mathew 20
Perpoynt Henry 22
Hall Tho 21
Wilson Edward 22
Palliday Jo 23
Wolley Richard 36
Clark William 27
Baldwinn Wm 20
Collins Wm 20
Pitcher Tho 20
Nelson Joseph 26
Gray Francis 15
Young Samuell 14
Hutt Robert 14
Raddish Jo 23
Bulkley Tho 32
Brooke Robert 33
Downes Richard 34
Peach Arthur 20
James Wm 26
Blackett Tym 40
Koorbe Roger 25
Perk's ann 27
Britton Tho 26
Collins Wm 34
Resburie Jo 30
Jackson Henry 24
Cartie Owen Ma 18 (MaCartie?)
Cartie Charles 18 (MaCartie?)
Flane Charles 18
Lawrence Richard 20
Godbitt Tho 320
Kent Nico 16
Newman Thomas 15
Sudburrowe Peter 20
Lloyd Tho 20
Hitchcock Wm 27
Barber Francis 18
Wheeler Edward 18
Miller James 18
Shawe Jo 21
Marshall Jo 21
Aris Jo 19
Ward Robert 22
Viper Tho 26
Shinglewood Robt 26
Smith Geo 34
Hughes Jo 30
Talbot Geo 18
Gilbert Robert 18
Bennet Jo 18
Rolles Jo 22
Wynd James 23
Marsh Jno 26
Wray Ralph 64

Sources:
1. Hotten P of Q pages 78-80
2. http://www.packrat-pro.com/ships/plainjoan.htm