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Great Migration: Passengers of the Truelove 1635

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  • Ralph Ellenwood (c.1607 - 1674)
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The Truelove left London, England Sept 1635 with her master, John Gibbs, arriving in Massachusetts Bay. The following alphabetical roll is from her departure point, not necessarily who landed. Passenger count was listed as 66, but there are 67 names listed.

"xix Sept 1635

Theis under-written names are to be transported to New england imbarqued in the Truelove Jo: Gibbs Mr, the Men have taken the oaths of Alleg: & Suprem."

Alphabetical listing with age and roll

Charles Banks Topo lists:

  • George and William Barstow from Risborough, Princes, Buckinghamshire, aboard the Truelove, bound for Dedham, Mass. Ref: Banks, Mass. 36 page 10.

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