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The Francis 1634 England to New England

Thanks goes to Geoff Sherwood for transcribing and sending this list to The OLIVE TREE Genealogy.
30 April 1634. Passengers of the Francis of Ipswich, Mr. John Cutting, captain, bound for New England (landed at Plymouth or Boston, MA): from the Pubic Record Office, Kew, Richmond, Surrey TW9 4DU, England)
  • John Beetes aged 40
  • William Haulton 23
  • Nicholas Jennings22
  • William Westwoode 28 and Bridgett his wife 32, John Lea 13, Grace Newell 13
  • Cleeare Draper 30
  • Robert Rose 40 and Margery his wife 40, John Rose 15, Robert Rose 15, Elizabeth Rose 13, Mary Rose 11, Samuell Rose 9, Sarah Rose 7, Danyell Rose 3, Darcas Rose 2
  • John Bernard 36 and Mary his wife 38, Fayth Newell 14, Henry Haward 7
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  • Edwawrd Bugbye 40 and Rebecca his wife 32, Sarah Bugbye 4
  • Abraham Newell 50 and Francis his wife 40, Abraham Newell 8, John Newell 5,
  • Isaacke Newell 22
  • Just Houlding 23 (see Note)
  • John Pease 27, Fayth Clearke 15, Robert Pease 3, Darcas Greene 15
  • Robert Winge 60 and Judith his wife 43
  • John Greene 27
  • Robert Pease 27
  • Hugh Mason 28 and Hester his wife 22
  • Rowland Stebing 40 and Sarah his wife 43, Thomas Stebing 14, Sarah Stebing 11, Elizabeth Stebing 6, John Stebing 8, Mary Winche 15
  • Thomas Sherwood 48 and Alice his wife 47, Anna Sherwood 14, Rose Sherwood 11, Thomas Sherwood 10, Rebecca Sherwood 9
  • Thomas King 19
  • John Mapes 21
  • Mary Blosse 40, Richard Blosse 11
  • Robert Coe 38 and Anna his wife, John Coe 8, Robert Coe 7, Benjamin Coe 5
  • Mary Onge 27
  • Thomas Boyden 21
  • Richard Wattlin 28
  • John Lyvermore 28
  • Richard Pepper 27 and Mary his wife 30, Mary Pepper 3 1/2, Stephen Beckett 11
  • Richard Houlding 25
  • Judeth Garnett 26; Elizabeth Hamond 47
  • Thurston Clearke 44.
Note: Robin L. Holden, Sr., web master for "JEFFCO Upstate NY Genealogical Research and the HOLDEN Surname"sends The Olive Tree this note:

My ancestors sailed to the US on the Francis in 1634. Their names were Richard and Justinian HOLDEN. The log for the Francis as you have posted is incorrect. I have copies of the log here and their names are:

Richard Holden 25 of Lindsey, county Suffolk Watertown (Destination)
Justinian Holden 23 of Lindsey, county Suffolk Watertown (Destination)
The surname is "HOLDEN" not "HOLDING"
The source number was 263, Banks The Planters of the Commonwealth. page 122

My webpage is http://www.flash.net/~robinl/jeffco.html

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