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Great Migration: Passengers of the Elizabeth and Ann, 1634

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  • Nathaniel Whitney (c.1625 - 1647)
    Although he immigrated with his family in 1635, he was not mentioned in his father's will on 3 Apr 1673 at Watertown, MA and is presumed to have died before then. No known descendants. Links ) ...
  • Jonathan Whitney (1635 - 1702)
    ) ) Family:Whitney, Jonathan (c1634-1703) Jonathan2 Whitney (John1), son of John1 and Elinor (-----) Whitney,[1] was born about 1634, probably in or near London,[2] and died 1 Jan 1702/3, Sherbor...
  • Richard Whitney, I (1624 - 1719)
    He came to New England with his parents and his brothers in the "Elizabeth and Ann," from London, in April 1635. His age was recorded as 9 years, although he was 11.[7] He and Martha Coldam lived at ...
  • Elinor Whitney (c.1599 - 1659)
    Eleanor Arnold Whitney Find a Grave Detached from Thomas Bray There is simply no convincing evidence yet for the parentage of Elinor Whitney. See under Discussion Tab. Elinor ( ) Whitney (c1599...
  • John Whitney, Sr. (1592 - 1673)
    John1 Whitney (ThomasA) son of Thomas and Mary (Bray) Whitney,[1] was baptized 20 Jul 1592, St. Margaret's, Westminster, England,[2] and died 1 Jun 1673, Watertown, MA, "widower, aged about 84 years"...

Elizabeth and Ann London England to Boston Massachusetts

The following list of passengers on the Elizabeth and Ann was taken from the book "Result of some Researches among the British Archive for Information Relative to The Founders of New England" made in the years 1858, 1859 and 1860. Originally collected for and published in The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, and now corrected and enlarged", by Samuel G. Drake.


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