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Passengers on Ship America from London England to Virginia 1635

23rd June, 1635. The under-written names are to be transported to Virginea imbarqued in the America. Willm Barker Mr. pr. cert: from the Minister of the Towne of Bravesend of their conformity to the orders & disiplin of the church of England.

First Name ; Surname ;Age

  • Richard Sadd 23
  • Thomas Wakefield 17
  • Thomas Bennett 22
  • Steaven Read 24
  • Willm Sambridge 27
  • Henry Barker 18
  • James Foster 21
  • Thomas Talbolt 20
  • Richard Young 31
  • Robert Thomas 20
  • John Farepoynt 20
  • Robert Askyn 22
  • Samuel Awde 24
  • Miles Fletcher 27
  • William Evans 28
  • Lawrence Farebern 23
  • Matthew Robinson 24
  • Isack Bull 27
  • Phillipp Remington 28
  • Radulph Srpagmy 37
  • George Chandler 29
  • Richard Hersey 22
  • John Robinson 32
  • Edmond Chipps 19
  • Tho: Pritchard 32
  • Jonathan Bronsford 21
  • Willm Cowley 20
  • John Shaw 16
  • Richard Gummy 21
  • Bartholemew Holton 25
  • John White 21
  • Thomas Chappell 33
  • Hugh Fox 24
  • David Morris 32
  • Rowland Cotton 22
  • William Thomas 22
  • John Yates 20
  • Richard Wood 36
  • James Somers 22
  • David Bromley 15
  • Walter Brookes 15
  • Symon Richardson 23
  • Thomas Jno.son 19
  • Jo: Averie 20
  • John Croftes 20
  • Thomas Broughton 19
  • Benjamin Wragg 24
  • Henry Embrey 20
  • Robert Sabyn 40
  • George Brookes 35
  • Thomas Holland 34
  • Humfrey Belt 20
  • John Mace 20
  • Walter Jewell 19
  • Willm Bucland 19
  • Launcelot Jackson 18
  • John Williamson 12
  • Phillipp Parsons 10
  • Henry Parsons 14
  • Andrew Morgan 26
  • Willm Brookes 17
  • Richard Harrison 15
  • Thomas Pratt 17
  • John Ecles 16
  • Richard Miller 12
  • Robert Lamb 16
  • Thomas Boomer 13
  • George Dalmare 8
  • John Underwood 19
  • Willm Bernard 27
  • Charles Wallinger 24
  • Thomas Rymett 23
  • Ryce Hooe 36
  • John Carter 54
  • Elizabeth Remington 20
  • Katherin Hibbotts 20
  • Elizabeth Willis 18
  • Joan Jobe 18
  • Ann Nash 22
  • Elizabeth Phillipps 22
  • Dorothy Standich 22
  • Susan Death 22
  • Elizabeth Death 3
  • Alice Remington 26
  • Dorothy Baker 18
  • Elizabeth Baker 18
  • Sara Colebank 20
  • Mary Thurrogood 19

Transcriber: Laura Freeman
Date: March 2003

[Return to index of Ships to Virginia in 1635][Index of Ships to Virginia all years][Index of Ships to Virginia 1623, 1624]

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