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PLANTER of London for Boston Massachusetts 1635

PLANTER of London, Nicholas Trerice, Master. She sailed from London April 1635 and arrived at Boston on Sunday, June 7, 1635.

The following passengers have brought certificate from the Minister of St. Albons [St. Albans]: in Hertfordshire, and Attestations from the Justices of peace according to the Lords Order


 John Tuttle 39 mercer
 Joan Tuttle 42
 John Lawrence 17
 Wm Lawrence 12
 Mary Lawrence 9
 Abigail Tuttle 6
 Symon Tuttle 4
 Sara Tuttle 2
 Jo: Tuttle 1
 Joan Antrobus 65
 Mary Wrast 24
 Tho: Greene 15
 Nathan Haford 16 Servant to Joh: Tuttle
 William Beadsley 30
 Mrs. Mary Beadsley 26
 Mary Beadsley 4
 John Beadsley 2
 Joseph Beadsley 6 mos.
 Allen Perley 27 hushandman
 Mary Chittwood 24
 Tho: Olney 35 shoemaker
 Marie Olney 30
 Tho: Olney 3
 Etenetus Olney 1
 Geo: Giddins 25 husbandman
 Jane Giddins 20
 Tho: Savage 27 tailor
 Richard Harvie 22 tailor
 Francis Peabody 21 husbandman
 Wm Wilcockson 34 linen weaver
 Margaret Wilcockson 24
 Jo: Wilcockson 2
 Anne Harvie 22
 W1ll1am Felloe 24 shoemaker
 Franc1s Baker 24 tailor
 Michael Williamson 30 servant to Geo. Giddins
 Tho: Carter 25 servant to Geo. Giddins
 Elizabeth Morrison 12 servant to Geo. Giddins

*****

James Weaver 23 statloner
Edmond Weaver 28 husbandman dwellling in Aymestrey, Herefordshire and his wife Margaret 30

*****

22 March 1634: to be imbarqued in ye Planter, Nic. Trarice Master bound for New England with certificate from Stepney Parish and Attestation from Sir Thomas Jay, Mr. Simon Muskett, Justices of the PEace. The men have taken the oath of Supremacy and Allegiance


 Nicholas Davies 40
 Sara Davies 48
 Joseph Davies 13
 Wm Locke 6
 Jo: Maddox 43 sawyer
 James Lannin, 26 a glover
 Robert Stevens 22 sawyer and servant
 John Moore 24 labourer and servant
 James Hayward 22 servant
 Judith Phippen 16 servant

*****

2 April 1635 The parties herunder mentioned are to be transported to New England imbarqued in the Planater, Nic. Trarice Master bound thether. They have brought certifcates from Justices of Peace and Ministers of ye parish that they are comformable to the orders of ye Church of England and are no Subsidy men. They have take the oath of Supremacy and Allegiance


  Martin Saunders 40 currier
 Rachel Saunders uxor [wife] 40
 Leah Saunders 10 child
 Judith Saunders 8 child
 Martin Saunders 4 child
 Mary Fuller 15 servant
 Richard Smith 14 servant
 Richard Ridley 16 servant
 Francis Newcom 30 husbandman
 Rachel Newcom 21 wife
 Rachel Newcom 2 1/2 child
 Jo: Newcom 9 mos. child
 Anthony Stanion 24 glover
 Daniel Hanbury 29
 Francis Dexter 13
 William Dawes 15
 Marie Saunders 15

*****

2 April 1635 More for the Planter:


 Richard Tuttle 32 husbandman,
 Anne Tuttle 41
 Anne Tuttle 12
 John Tuttle 10
 Rebecca Tuttle 6
 Isabel Tuttle 70
 Mary Wolhouston 30
 William Tuttle 26 husbandman
 Elizabeth Tuttle 23
 John Tuttle 3 1/2
 Elizabeth Swayne 20
 Margaret Leach 15
 Anne Tuttle 2 1/4
 Thomas Tuttle 3 mos.
 Cicely Clark 16
 Mary Bill 11
 Philip Atwood 12
 Bartholomew Faldoe 16
 Francis Bushnell 26 carpenter
 Mary Bushnell 26
 Martha Bushnell 1
 William Lea 16
 Mary Smith 18
 Hannah Smith 18
 Anne Wells 15

*****

7 April 1635. This party is to be imbarqued in the Planter bound for New England with certificate from Alderman Fenn of his conformitie he hath take the oath of Allegiance and Supremacy

Richard Fenn 27

*****

8 April 1635. These parties herunder are to be transported in the Planter. Certificate from the minister of Kingston upon Thamse in the County of Surrey of their conformity and that they are not Subsidy men.

Palmer Tingley 21 miller
Wm Buttrick 20 hostler
Thomas Jewell 27 miller

*****

10 April 1635 The underwritten names are to be transported in the Planter Nic. Trarice Master bound for New England with certificate of the Minister of Sudbury in Suffolk and from the Mayor of the Town of his conformitie to the orders and discipline of the Chruch of England and that he is no subsidy man, he hath taken the oath of Alleg. and Suprem.


 Richard Haffield 54 currier
 Martha uxor [wife] 42
 Mary Haffield 18 daughter
 Sarah Haffield 14 daughter
 Martha Haffield 8 daughter
 Rachel Haffield 6 daughter
 Ruth Haffield 3 daughter
 Alice Smith 40
 Elizabeth Coop 24
 Jo: Smith 13
 Job Hawkins I5

*****

10 April 1635. In the Planter. These under names are to be transported to New England.

Eglin Hanford 46
Margaret Hanford 16 daughter
Elizabeth Hanford I4 daughter
Rodolphus Elmes I5
Tho: Stanley 16

*****

11 April 1635. In the Planter. These under names are to be transported to New England.

Sarah Pitney 22
Sarah Pitney 7 child
Samuel Pitney 1 1/2 child
Margaret Pitney 22
Rachel Deane 31

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