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

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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 Pierce, Master of the Anne
  • Emanuel Altham, Captain of the Little James
  • John Bridges, Master of the 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 his wife
  3. Sarah Annable their daughter
  4. Hannah Annable and daughter listed only as daughters in Hotten's
  5. Edward Bangs Shipwright from Panfield, Essex, ENG
  6. Lydia Bangs ‧ wife - not listed in Hotten's This is the same Lydia who was a child and single when she crossed, listed below under Hicks
  7. Jonathan Bangs ‧ son - not listed in Hotten's - This child was not yet born
  8. John Bangs ‧ son - not listed in Hotten's - This child was not yet born
  9. Robert Bartlett
  10. Fear Brewster daughter of Elder Wm. Brewster
  11. Patience Brewster daughter of Elder Wm. Brewster
  12. William Bridge of London
  13. Mary Buckett otherwise listed as ‧ Mary BECKET
  14. Edward Burchere
  15. Mrs. Burchere
  16. Thomas Clark of the Plymouth Colony
  17. Christopher Conant, a grocer St. Lawrence, London also listed from Holland
  18. Hester Cooek wife of Francis Cooke, who arrived on the Mayflower
  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 or Dike Profile from:
  23. John Faunce (or Fance)‧ Purleigh, Essex
  24. Manasseh Kempton , would later marry Juliana Morton below. 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, d. in Scituate, 1666
  34. William Heard was given land but not counted in 1627, nor signed the Mayflower Pact.
  35. Margaret Hickes ‧ wife of Robert Hickes who came in the ship Fortune.
  36. Hickes children Samuel, Lydia, Richard, Phebe - 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. Capt John Jenney Erected corn mill 1636, Norwich, Norfolk
  41. Sarah Jenney wife, from Monk Soham, Suffolk
  42. Samuel Jenney son
  43. Abigail Jenney daughter
  44. Sarah Jenney daughter
  45. Robert Long
  46. Experience Mitchell of Duke's Place, London, who married Jane Cooke, daughter of Francis Cooke, Mayflower
  47. George Morton - listed in Planters with wife but no children
  48. Juliana Morton wife of George Morton
  49. Nathaniel Morton , son of Juliana & Geo. who later became Secretary of the Colony
  50. Morton 4 other children John, Ephraim, Patience, Sarah ?
  51. Thomas Morton, Jr. son of Thomas who came in the ship Fortune
  52. Ellen Newton
  53. John Oldham
  54. Mrs. Oldham wife, and mother of William Bridges, above - Not in Hotten's - relation to the Master John Bridges who sailed on the Little James?
  55. Lucretia Oldham sister - Not in Hotten's
  56. Frances Palmer wife of William Palmer Sr of the Fortune
  57. William Palmer Jr son of the above
  58. Christian Penn not listed in Planters
  59. Abraham Pierce not listed in Planters
  60. Mr. Pierce's two servants. names not indicated ** see bio section of above Abraham Pierce for more info.
  61. Joshua Pratt
  62. James Rand St. George, Southwark
  63. Robert Rattliffe ~ Ratcliff in Planters
  64. Mrs. Rattliffe = wife - not listed in Planters
  65. Nicholas Snow
  66. Alice Southworth ‧ widow, later became the second wife of Governor Bradford; sister of Juliana Morton
  67. Thomas Southworth - son - not in Hotten's
  68. Francis Sprague
  69. Anna Sprague wife - not in Hotten's
  70. Mercy Sprague daughter - not in Hotten's
  71. Barbara Standish second wife of Captain Standish, married after her arrival
  72. Thomas Tilden of Stepney, London
  73. Ann ? Tilden wife - not in Hotten's
  74. Tilden child not in Hotten's
  75. Stephen Tracy Yarmouth, Norfolk
  76. Tryphosa Tracy not in Hotten's
  77. Tracy child not in Hotten's
  78. Ralph Wallen
  79. Joyce Wallen wife - not in Hotten's
  80. Elizabeth Warren wife of Richard Warren of Mayflower - no Warren's on Hotten's list
  81. Mary Warren daughter
  82. Elizabeth Warren daughter
  83. Anna Warren daughter
  84. Sarah Warren daughter
  85. Abigail Warren daughter

More information on Passenger list


  • Eugene Aubrey Stratton, Plymouth Colony: Its History and Its People, 1620-1691
  • Charles Banks, Planters of the Commonwealth
  • Emigrant Ancestors, John Camden Hotten, 1874
  • Strangers and Pilgrims, Travelers and Sojourners, Jeremy Bangs , 2009


  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.

{corrections/duplications noted by sources and links, listed}