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Ships Passenger List for Elizabeth, 1634

The following Lists of New England Emigrants are from Her Majesty's State Paper Office.
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.
Transciber: Laura Freeman

Elizabeth April 1634
IPSWICH. A note of the nmaes and ages of all the Passengers which tooke shipping in the Elizabeth of Ipswich Mr Willis Andres bound for new England the last of Aprill, 1634.

  • John Sherman 20
  • Joseph Mosse 24
  • Richard Woodard 45
  • Rose Woodard 50 Wife
  • Edmond Lewis 33
  • Mary Lewis 32 Wife
  • John Spring 45
  • Eliner Spring 46 Wife
  • Thurston Raynor 40
  • Elizabeth Raynor 36 Wife
  • Thomas Skott 40
  • Elizabeth Skott 40 Wife
  • Henery Kemball 44
  • Susan Kemball 35 Wife
  • Richard Kemball 39
  • Vsula Kemball
  • Isancke Mixer 31
  • Sarah Mixer 33 Wife
  • Martha Scott 60
  • George Munnings 37
  • Elizabeth Munnings 41 Wife
  • John Bernard 30
  • Phebe Bernard 27
  • Thomas Kilborne 24
  • Elizabeth Kilborne 20 Wife
  • John Crosse 50
  • Anne Crosse 38 Wife
  • Robert Sherin 32
  • Humphey Bradstreet 40
  • Bridgett Bradstreet 30 Wife
  • Henery Glouer 24
  • William Bloomfield 30
  • Sarah Bloomfield 25
  • Robert Day 30
  • Mary Day 28 Wife
  • Sarah Reynolds 20
  • Robert Goodall 30
  • Katherin Goodall 28 Wife
  • Samuell Smithe 32
  • Elizabeth Smithe 32 Wife
  • Thomas Hastings 29
  • Susan Hastings 34 Wife
  • Susan Munson 25
  • Martin underwood 28
  • Martha underwood 31 Wife
  • Henery Gouldson 43
  • Anne Gouldson 18 Wife
  • William Cutting 26
  • John Palmer 24
  • Danyell Peirce 23
  • John Clarke 22
  • John flirmin 46
  • Rebecca Isnacke 36
  • Anne Dorifall 24
These p'sons aboue named tooke the Oath of Allegeance and Supremacey, at his Ma' ts Custome house in Ipswich before vs his Ma'ties Officers according to ther order of the Lords and others of his Ma'ts most Honor. Priny Counecil: This xij of Novemeber, 1634
Ipswich Custome House. House Tho. Clere, Sec
Phil. Browne P'r Cussor
Edw: Man Compt.

ELizabeth, April 1634
IPSWICH,----A Note of all the names and ages of all those which did not take the Oath of Allegiance or Supremacy being under age shipped in of Port. In the Elizabeth of Ipswich Mr Willm. Andrewes bougn for new England the last of Aprill 1634.
  • Ed. Lewis Parent
  • John Lewis 3 Child
  • Thomas Lewis 9mo Child
  • Rich. Woodward Parent
  • George Woodward 13 Child
  • John Woodward 13 Child
  • John Spring Parent
  • Mary Spring 11 Child
  • Henry Spring 6 Child
  • John Spring 4 Child
  • William Spring 9mo Child
  • Thurston Raynor Parent
  • Thurston Raynor 13 Child
  • Joseph Raynor 11 Child
  • Elizabeth Raynor 9 Child
  • Sarah Raynor 7 Child
  • Lidia Raynor 1 Child
  • Edward Ry 10 Child
  • Elizabeth Kemball 13 Child
  • Tho: Scott Parent
  • Elizabeth Scott 9 Child
  • Abigail Scott 7 Child
  • Thomas Scott 6 Child
  • Isaac Mixer 4 Child
  • Hen: Kemball Parent
  • Elizabeth Kemball 4 Child
  • Susan Kemball 1yr 6mo. Child
  • Richard Cutting 11 Child
  • Henry Kemball 15 Child
  • Richard Kemball 11 Child
  • Richard Kemball Parent
  • Mary Kemball 9 Child
  • Martha Kemball 5 Child
  • John Kemball 3 Child
  • Thomas Kemball 1 Child
  • John Lauericke 15 Child
  • Geo: Munnings Parent
  • Eliz: Munnings 12 Child
  • Abigail Munnings 7 Child
  • Jno: Bernard Parent
  • John Bernard 2 Child
  • Samuell Bernard 1 Child
  • Tho: King 15 Child
  • Humph: Bradstreet Parent
  • Anna Bradstreet 9 Child
  • John Bradstreet 3 Child
  • Martha Bradstreet 2 Child
  • Mary Bradstreet 1 Child
  • Willm: Blomfield Parent
  • Sarah Bloomfield 1 Child
  • Sam: Smith Parent
  • Samuell Smith 9 Child
  • Mary Smith 4 Child
  • Eliz: Smith 7 Child
  • Phillip Smith 1 Child
  • Robt: Goodale Parent
  • Mary Goodale 4 Child
  • Abraham Goodale 2 Child
  • Isaacke Goodale 6mo
  • Hen: Gouldson Parent
  • Mary Gouldson 15 Child
Ipswich Custome House. House this xijth of November 1634.
Tho. Clere, Sec
Phil: Browne p'Custo.
Edw: Man Compt.

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