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Great Migration: Passengers of the Mary & John, 1633/4

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  • James Barker, I (c.1575 - 1634)
    1634, 24 March- Sailed with son James, Jr. on ship "Mary and John" out of Southampton, England. Died on voyage. from New England Families, Genealogical and Memorial By William Richard Cutter :James, so...
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    Detached Joseph Kent, Joshua Kent, Richard Kent Jr. and [Hatte Blejer May 2019]. They belonged elsewhere.Not the same as Richard Kent, of Kent Island in “Kent Island“ section from History of Newbury, M...
  • John Newman, of Ipswich (c.1613 - 1673)
    John Newman ==* Name John Newman* OCCUPATION: Husbandman [ILR 1:46].* Birth est 1613 Origin Unknown (assuming he was aged about 60 when he was freed from training [EQC 5:138]).* Emigration 1634 on the ...
  • Thomas Newman, of Ipswich (c.1614 - 1675)
    Thomas Newman ==* Please read the sketch for Thomas and Sarah Newman in the Great Migration 2:5:254-57* marriage to Sarah ( Surname?) Bef. 1639* ASSOCIATIONS: John Newman was brother of Thomas Newman {...
  • Henry Short (c.1613 - 1673)
    Henry Short died 1673, parents unknown. Married 1) Elizabeth 2) Sarah Glover, who survived him, and married Robert Adams of Newbury next. Sailed from England in 1634 on the ship "Mary and John".===fami...

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Ship Mary and John Passenger List for 1634

The Passenger Ship Roster is Only Partly Accurate

The second trip of the Mary and John to colonial America began shortly after March 24, 1633/4, in London. The master was Robert Sayres (or Sayers).

 

It is not possible to construct a fully accurate passenger ship roster for the Mary and John, as no contemporaneous records have been found. Subsequent lists have been reconstructions and have been found to be full of inaccuracies.

Charles Edward Banks, in The Planters of The Commonwealth in Massachusetts, 1620-1640, Boston, 1930 (p. 87), wrote: "Mary and John, Thomas Chubb, Master. She sailed from Plymouth, England, March 20 [1630], with one hundred and forty passengers from the counties of Somerset, Dorset, and Devon under the patronage of the Reverend John White."

For the voyage that took place in March 1633/4, the Mary and John Clearinghouse has constructed its best estimate of a passenger list. They confess it is only about 60-70% accurate.

Certificate of March 24, 1633/4, London

Robert Sayres (or Sayers), Master

  • John Anthoney(1)
  • Thomas Avery
  • John Bartlett
  • Richard Browne
  • � Mrs. Edith Browne (+)
  • � George Browne
  • William Clarke
  • Robert Coker
  • Phillip Fowler
  • � Mrs. Mary Fowler (+)
  • � Mary Fowler (+)
  • � Samuel Fowler (+)
  • � Hester Fowler (+)
  • � Joseph Fowler (+)
  • � Thomas Fowler (+)
  • John Godfrey
  • Matthew Hewlett***
  • Richard Jacob
  • Henry Jacques
  • Stephen Jurden
  • Robert Kingsman
  • Daniel Ladd
  • Richard Littlehall
  • John Luff
  • John Marshe
  • William Moudey
  • � Mrs. Sarah Moody (+)
  • � Joshua Moody (+)
  • Robert Neuman
  • Nicholas Noyce
  • Christopher Osgood
  • � Mrs. Margery Osgood (+)
  • Richard Reynolds
  • Robert Sever
  • Thomas Savery
  • William Savery
  • Thomas Sweete
  • William Trace
  • Henry Traske
  • Henry Travers
  • Adrian Vincent
  • Thomas West
  • John Whelyer
  • � Mrs. Anne Wheeler (+)
  • � David Wheeler (+)
  • � Anne Wheeler (+)
  • � Roger Wheeler (+)
  • � Elizabeth Wheeler (+)
  • � Mercy Wheeler (+)
  • William White
  • John Woodbridge

Certificate of March 26, 1634, London

  • William Ballard
  • Thomas Cole
  • Mrs. Anna Cole (+)
  • Nicholas Easton
  • � Mrs.
    Easton (+)
  • William Franklin
  • Matthew Gillett
  • William Hibbens (Fribbens on an original copy)
  • � Mrs. Anne Hibbens (+)
  • Richard Kent
  • � Mrs. Jane Kent (+)
  • � Mary Kent (+)
  • � Richard Kent (+)
  • Richard Kent
  • Henry Lunt
  • Abraham Mussey
  • John Mussey
  • Joseph Myles
  • William Newbey
  • John Newman (two on original list)
  • John Newman
  • Thomas Newman
  • � Mrs.
    Newman (+)
  • Rev. James Noyce
  • ��Mrs. Sarah Noyes (+)
  • � Nicholas Noyes
  • Rev. Thomas Parker
  • Joseph Pope
  • Henry Shorte
  • John Spencer
  • William Spencer

^ 1 Originally on the certificate for the Mary & John of London, but remained behind "to oversee the Chattle to pass in the Hercules."

See the Mary and John 1634, 1633/4.

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