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Great Migration: Passengers of the Anne & Little James, 1623

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  • Patience Whitney (1615 - 1691)
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  • John Faunce, of Plymouth Colony (1600 - 1653)
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Anne & Little James Arrived in Plymouth, Massachusetts July 10, 1623

"The ship Anne arrived in Plymouth in July, 1623 accompanied by the Little James, bringing new settlers along with many of the wives and children that had been left behind in Leyden when the Mayflower departed in 1620." Emigrant Ancestors, John Camden Hotten, 1874


"Built by the Plymouth Adventurers to remain at the Colony___ Burthen: 44 tons"

  • William PEIRCE, Master Anne
  • Emanuel ALTHAN, Captain Little James
  • John BRIDGES, Master Little James
  • Columns represent: Name, Occupation and notes, Last Residence, Place in New Colony they resided [1]

Passenger list, ship Anne, 1623

  • 1 Anthony Annable All Saints, Cambridge ‧ Scituate
  • 2 Jane Annable ‧ wife
  • 3 Sarah Annable ‧ daughter
  • 4 Hannah Annable ‧ daughter listed only as daughters in Hotten's
  • 5 Edward BANGS ‧ shipwright Panfield, Essex Eastham
  • 6 Lydia Bangs ‧ wife - not listed in Hotten's
  • 7 Jonathan Bangs ‧ son - not listed in Hotten's
  • 8 John Bangs ‧ son - not listed in Hotten's
  • 9 Robert BARTLETT ‧
  • 10 Fear Brewster ‧ daughter of Elder Wm. Brewster
  • 11 Patience Brewster ‧ daughter of Elder Wm. Brewster
  • 12* William BRIDGES ‧ London
  • 13 Mary BUCKETT ‧ otherwise listed as ‧ Mary BECKET
  • 14* Edward Burchere ‧
  • 15* Mrs. Burchere ‧
  • 16 Thomas Clarke ‧
  • 17 Christopher Conant ‧ grocer St. Lawrence, London also listed from Holland
  • 18 Hester Cooke ‧ wife of Francis
  • 19 Jane Cooke ‧ daughter - not listed in Hotten's
  • 20 Jacob COOKE ‧ son - not listed in Hotten's
  • 21 Hester Cooke ‧ daughter - not listed in Hotten's
  • 22 Anthony DIX ‧
  • 23 John FAUNCE ‧ Purleigh, Essex
  • 24 Manasseh Faunce ‧ Not in Planters
  • 25 Elizabeth Flavell ‧ wife of Thomas Flavell, who came in the ship Fortune listed as "Goodwife" in Hotten's
  • 26 Edmund Floode ‧
  • 27 Bridget Fuller ‧ ? wife of Samuel Fuller, the physician on the ship Mayflower from Leyden
  • 28 Godbert Godbertson ‧ hatmaker Leyden - listed as Cuthbert Cuthbertson in Hotten's
  • 29 Sarah Godbertson ‧ wife - not in Hotten's
  • 30 Samuel Godbertson ‧ son - not in Hotten's
  • 31 Sarah Priest ‧ step-daughter - not in Hotten's
  • 32 Mary Priest ‧ step-daughter - not in Hotten's
  • 33 Timothy Hatherly ‧ feltmaker St. Olaves, Southward
  • 34 William Heard ‧
  • 35 Margaret Hickes ‧ wife of Robert Hickes, who came in the ship Fortune
  • 36 Hickes children Samuel and Lydia? - not listed in Planters
  • 37 Mrs. William Hilton ‧ wife - William had sent for them before his death
  • 38 Hilton two children William and Mary ?
  • 39 Edward Holman Clapham, Co. Surrey?
  • 40* John Jenney ‧ Erected corn mill 1636 Norwich, Norfolk
  • 41* Sarah Jenney ‧ wife Monk Soham, Suffolk
  • 42* Samuel Jenney ‧ son
  • 43* Abigal Jenney ‧ daughter
  • 44* Sarah Jenney ‧ daughter
  • 45 Manasseh Kempton ‧ Colchester, Essex
  • 46 Robert Long ‧
  • 47 Experience Mitchell Duke's Place, London married Jane Cooke daughter of Francis Cooke of the Mayflower
  • 48 George Morton b. abt 1580, England married 1612, Leyden, Holland to Juliana Carpenter, June 1624, Plymouth, Plymouth, Mass merchant Harworth, Co. Notts - listed in Planters with wife but no children
  • 49* Juliana Morton ‧ wife
  • 50* Nathaniel Morton ‧ became Secretary of the Colony
  • 51* Morton 4 other children John, Ephraim, Patience, Sarah ?
  • 52 Thomas Morton, Jr. ‧ son of Thomas who came in the ship Fortune
  • 53 Ellen Newton ‧
  • 54 John Oldham ‧
  • 55 Mrs. Oldham ‧ wife - Not in Hotten's
  • 56 Lucretia Oldham ‧ sister - Not in Hotten's
  • 57 Frances Palmer ‧ wife of William Palmer Fortune
  • 58 William Palmer Jr. ‧ son
  • 59 Christian Penn ‧ not listed in Planters
  • 60 Abraham Pierce ‧ not listed in Planters
  • 61 & 62 Mr. Pierce's two servants. names not indicated
  • 63 Joshua Pratt
  • 64 James Rand St. George, Southwark
  • 65 Robert Rattliffe ~ Ratcliff in Planters
  • 66 Mrs. Rattliffe ‧ wife - not listed in Planters
  • 67 Nicholas Snow ‧ Hoxton, Co. Middlesex Eastham
  • 68 Alice Southworth ‧ widow, later became the second wife of Governor Bradford
  • 69 Thomas Southworth ‧ son - not in Hotten's
  • 70 Francis Sprague ‧ Duxbury
  • 71 Anna Sprague ‧ wife - not in Hotten's
  • 72 Mercy Sprague ‧ daughter - not in Hotten's
  • 73 Barbara Standish second wife of Captain Standish, married after her arrival
  • 74 Thomas Tilden Stepney, London
  • 75 Ann ? Tilden ‧ wife - not in Hotten's
  • 76 Tilden child not in Hotten's
  • 77 Stephen Tracy ‧ Yarmouth, Norfolk
  • 78 Tryphosa Tracy ‧ not in Hotten's
  • 79 Tracy child not in Hotten's
  • 80 Ralph Wallen ‧
  • 81 Joyce Wallen ‧ wife - not in Hotten's
  • 82 Elizabeth Warren ‧ wife of Richard Warren of Mayflower - no Warren's on Hotten's list
  • 83 Mary Warren ‧ daughter
  • 84 Elizabeth Warren ‧ daughter
  • 85 Anna Warren ‧ daughter
  • 86 Sarah Warren daughter
  • 87 Abigail Warren daughter

links

Sources

  • Eugene Aubrey Stratton, Plymouth Colony: Its History and Its People, 1620-1691
  • Charles Banks, Planters of the Commonwealth
  • Emigrant Ancestors, John Camden Hotten, 1874

Citations

  1. This ship passenger list is reconstructed from the 1623 Division of Land, the passenger list compiled by Charles Banks in Planters of the Commonwealth, and the research found in Eugene Aubrey Stratton's Plymouth Colony: Its History and Its People, 1620-1691.