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Planter 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 Planter, April 1635
2n Aprilis, 1635.---Theis under written names are to be transported to New England imbaqued in the Planter Nic's Trarice Mr bound thither the p'ties have brought Certificate from the Minsiter of St Albens in Hertfordshire, and Altestacon from the Justtices of peace according to the Lords Order. First Names; Surnames ;Ages
  • Jo: Tuttell A Mercer 39
  • Joan Tuttell 42
  • John Lawrence 17
  • Wm Lawrence 12
  • Marie Lawrence 9
  • Abigall Tuttell 6
  • Symon Tuttell 4
  • Sam Tuttell 2
  • Jo: Tuttell 1
  • Joan Autrobuss 65
  • Marie Wrust 24
  • Tho: Greene 15
  • Nathan Huford servant to Jo: Tuttell 16
  • Wm Beardsley A Mason 30
  • Marie Beardsley 26
  • Marie Beardsley 4
  • John Beardsley 2
  • Joseph Beardsley 6mo:
  • Allen Perley Husbandman 27
  • Mary Chitwood 24
  • Tho: Olney Shoemaker 35
  • Marie Olney 30
  • Tho: Olney 3
  • Etenetus Olney
  • Geo: Giddins Husbandman 25
  • Jane Giddinss 20
  • Tho: Savage Taylor 27
  • Richard Harvie A Taylor 22
  • ffrancis Peabody Husbandman 21
  • Wm Wilcockson Lynen wever 34 34
  • Margaret Wilcockson 24
  • Jo: Wilcockson 2
  • Ann Harvie 22
  • Willm ffelloe A Shoemaker 24
  • ffrancis Baker A Taylor 24
  • Tho: Carter 25 Servant to Geo: Giddens pred.
  • Michell Willmson 30 Servantto Geo: Giddens pred
  • Elizabeth Morrison 12 Servant to Geo: Giddens pred.
3 Aprill 1635
  • James weauer Statinor 23
  • Edmond weauer Husbandman 28 dwelling in Anckstrey in Herefordsher & his wife Margarett aged 30 yers.
The Planter vjth Aprilis 1635
Theis p'ties heereunder mencioned are to be transported to New England: imbarqued in the Planter nico. Trarice Mr boudn thether: they have brought Certificates from the Justices of Peace and Ministers of ye p'ish that they are comforamblet ot the orders of ye Church of England and are no Subsedy men: they have taken the oath of Supremacie & Allegeance Die et Ano pred.

First Names; Surname; yeres

  • Martin Saunders A Currier 40
  • Rachel Saunders uxor 40
  • Lea Saunders child 10
  • Judith Saunders child 8
  • Martin Saunders child 4
  • Marie ffuller servant 17
  • Richard Smith servant 14
  • Rich. Ridley servant 16
  • ffrancis Newcom Husb: 30
  • Rachel Newcom wife 20
  • Rachel Newcom child 21/2
  • Jo: Newcom child 9mo.
  • Abti, Stannion A Glover 24
  • Daniell Hanbury 29
  • ffrancis Dexter 13
  • Willm. Dawes 15
  • Marie Saunders 15
More for the Planter
  • Richard Tuttell Husbandman 42
  • Ann Tuttell 41
  • Anna Tuttell 12
  • Jo: Tuttell 10
  • Rebecca Tuttell 6
  • Isbell Tuttell 70
  • Marie Wolhouston 30
  • Willm. Tuttell Husbandman 26
  • Elizabeth Tuttell 23
  • Jo: Tuttell 31/2
  • Elizabeth Swayne 20
  • Margaret Leach 15
  • Ann Tuttell 2 a qr. 21/4
  • Tho: Tuttell 3mo.
  • Sycillie Clark 16
  • Marie Bill 11
  • Phillipp Atwood 12
  • Barthol: ffaldoe 16
  • ffrancis Bushnell A Carpenter 26
  • Marie Bushnell 26
  • Martha Bushnell 1
  • Willm. Leach 16
  • Marie Smith 18
  • Hanna Smith 18
  • Ann Wells 15
vijth Aprilis 1635
This p'tie under mencioned is to be imbarqued in the Planter bound for New england p'r Cert: from Alderman ffenn of his confomitie he hath taken the oath of Allegeance & Supremacie.

Richard ffenn 27

8 April 1635
Theis p'ties hereunder written are to be transported in the Planter: p'rd. p'r Cert: from the Minsiter of Kingston vupon Thames in the County of Surrey of their conformitie and ye they are no Subsedy men
  • Palmer Tingley 21 A Miller
  • Wm Butterick 20 An ostler
  • Tho: Jernell 27 A Miller
X Aprilis, 1635
Theis under written names are to be transported in the Planter p'rd. Nico.Trarice Mr bound for New England p'r Cert. of the Minister of Sudberie in Sulfolk and from the Maier of the Towne of his conformitie to the orders and discipline of the Church of England and that he is no Subsedy man; he hath taken the oath of Alleg: & Suprem:

Richard Haffell 54 Carrier
Martha Haffell 42 uxor
Marie Haffell 17 Child
Sara Haffell 14 Child
Martha Haffell 8 Child
Rachell Haffell 6 Child
Ruth Haffell 3 Child
Alice Smith 40
Elizabeth Coop 24
Jo: Smith 13
Job Hawkins 15

x Apr. 1635
In the Planter p'rd: Theis under names are to beotransported to New England:

Eglin Hanford 46
Margaret Hanford 16 daughter
Eliz: Hanford 14 daughter
Rodolphus Elmes 15
Tho: Stansley 16

xjo. Die Aprilis 1635
In the Planter p're: Theis under written names are to be transported to New England p'r Certificate according to order.

Sara Pittnei 22
Sara Pittnei 7 Child of Sara
Samuell Pittnei 1yr. 6mo. Child of Sara
Margaret Pitnei 22
Rachell Deane 31

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