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Ships Passenger List for The Elizabeth 1635

Founders of New England: Records of Ships Passenger Lists from England to New England between 1620 and 1640. This set of ships passenger lists includes ships to Virginia (a catch-all phrase to mean almost anywhere along the coast), Barbadoes, Bermuda, West Indies and of course New England
Lorine's Note: This set of records consists of various passenger lists, names of individuals ready to sail to New England, and names of those taking the Oath of Allegiance (in preparation for sailing). It is not always obvious when each ship left. Researchers will have to determine whether or not a ship made more than one sailing each year it is mentioned. The original spelling has been maintained, so you will see "Landen" for "London", etc. Note that common words found are "uxor" meaning "wife", "mr" for "Master" (of the ship)
Finding the names: You can browse each list, starting with the one below (scroll down). To browse the passenger lists of all ships I have online for this 20 year period to New England see the list of all known ships that made the voyage. I hope to find passenger lists for every ship on the list, so if you have a ship list, please consider donating it to Olive Tree.
Transcriber: Laura Freeman

The Elizabeth, April 1635
Theis p'ties imbarqued in the Eliz: Mr. Wm. Stagg bound for New England p'r Cert from the Justices and Minister of ye p'ish.

First Name ;Surname ; Occupation; Remarks C

  • lement Bates 40 A Taylor
  • Ann Bates 40
  • James Bates 14 Child
  • Clement Bates 12 Child
  • Rachell Bates 8 Child
  • Joseph Bates 5 Child
  • Ben: Bates 2 Child
  • Jo: Wynchester 19
  • Jervice Gold 30 Servant The scribe made a brace against Jo: Wynchester, and began to write servant against that name, but stopped when he had written so and wrote servants against Jervice Gold
8 April, 1635
Theis p'ties hereunder mencioned are to be transported to New England: imbarqued in the Elizabeth of London Wm Stagg Mr bound thither: they have taken the oath of Allegeance and Supremacie p'r Cert: from the p'ish of St. Alphage Cripple gate the Minister there.

First Name; Surname ;Age Wm Holdred 25
Roger Preston 21
Daniell Bradley 20
Isack Studman 30
That theis 3 p'ties p'rd. are no Subsedie men: wee whose names here-vote are written belonging to Blackwell Hall, do averrthey are none.
Robert ffarronds
Thomas Smith

ixth Aprilis 1635
In the Eliazbeth de Londonp'rd Mr Willm Stagg bound for New England: Theis under written names have brought Cert: from ye Minister of Hauckust* in Kent: and Attestation from two Justices of Peace being conformable to the Church of England and that they are no Subsedy men: *Hauekust then, now Hawkhurst.
  • James Hosmer A Clothier 28
  • Ann Hosmer vzor 27
  • Marie Hosmer child 2
  • Ann Hosmer child 3mo.
  • Marie Dounard servant 24
  • Marie Martin servant 19
  • John Ston 40
  • Edward Gold 28
  • Geo: Russell 19
  • Jo: Mussell 15
xo April 1635
In the Elizabeth of London: Wm Stagg Mr bound for New England,

Willm Wild 30
Peter Thorne 20
Alice Wild 40

xj die Aprilis, 1635
In the Eliz: pred. Wm Stagg Mr bound for New England: The p'ties under written have brought Certificate according to order

Wm Whitteredd 36 Carpenter
Elizabeth Whitteredd 30 uxor
Tho: Whitteredd 10 Child
Jo: Cliffe 22
Jo: Wild 17
Samuel Haieward 22
Jo: Duke 20

xiij. Apr. 1635
In the Elizabeth de London Wm Stagg Mr prd. theis under written names brought Cert: from the Ministerof St. Saviors Southwark of their conformitie

Tho: Millet 30
Maria Millet 29 uxor
Versala Greenaway 32
Henrie Bull 19
Joshua Wheat 17
Jo: Smith 12
Ralph Chapman 20
Tho: Millet 2

xvth Aprill, 1635
In the Eliza. De Lond. Wm. Stagg vre New England. Theis p'ties have taken oather of Allegeance and of Supremacy fefore Sr. Wm Whitimor Sr Nicho. Ranton.

Rich Walker 24
Joh. Beamond 23
Wm Beamond 27
Tho: Lettyne 23
Joh. Johnson 23
Willm Walker 15

15 Apr. 1635
In the Eliza: de Lond. Wm Stagg vers New England James Walker 15 yers and Sarra Walker 17 yers serute to Jno. Browne (Baker) and to on Wm Bracey (linnen drap) in Cheapside Lond. P'r cert. Of their Conformitie.

Jno Browne Baker
Wm Bracey Linnen drap
James Walker 15 Servant
Sarra Walker 17 Servant

17 Aprilis 1635
Theis p;ties hereunder expressed are to be transported to New England imbarqued in ye Elizabeth Wm Stagg Mr. Cert. From the Minister and Justices of the peace of their Conformitie to the Church of England, they have taken the oaths of Allegeance and Supremacie.

First Name; Surname; Years ; Occupation;

  • James Bate 53 Husb:
  • Alice Bates 52
  • Lyddia Bate 20
  • Marie Bate 17
  • Margaret Bate 12
  • James Bate 9
  • Edward Bullock 32 Husb:
  • Elizabeth Stedman 26
  • Nathaniell Stedman 5
  • Isack Stedman 1
  • Robert Thornton 11
  • Margaret Davies 32
  • Elizabeth Davies 1
  • Dorothy Smith 45
  • Mary Smith 15 Filia (Daughter) of Dorothy
  • Peter Gardner 18
  • Wm Hubbard 35
  • Rachell Bigg 6
  • Patience ffoster 40
  • Hopestill ffoster 14
  • ffrancis White 24
  • Joan Sellin 50
  • Ann Sellin 7
  • Edward Loomis 27
  • Jo: Hubbard 10
  • Jo: Davies 9
  • Marie Davies 4
  • Jo: Browne
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The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776

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