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The Winthrop Fleet
of 1630
by Charles Edward Banks
published Boston 1930

APPENDIX A
ALPHABETICAL LIST OF PASSENGERS

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Key to Abbreviations



Savage              Genealogical Dictionary
M.C.R.              Massachusetts Colonial Records
Pope                Pioneers of Massachusetts
Winthrop            Journal of John Winthrop
G.R.                New England Genealogical Register
Winthrop MSS.       Collections Massachusetts Historical Society
Bond                History of Watertown
B.T.R.              Boston Town Record 
Waters & Emmerton   English Gleanings
L. & L. W.          Life & Letters of John Winthrop
Lechford            Notarial Records
Banks MSS.          Collections of the Author
Ch.Ch.Rec.          Charlestown Church Records
Lechford P.D.       Lechford Plaine Dealing
P.C.C.              Prerogative Court of Canterbury
Sewall              Diary of Samuel Sewall
Eliot               Roxbury Church Records
G.L.                Plans of Boston, 1905, by George Lamb
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ABBOTT, Daniel                
Cambridge                   Juror, 18 Sept. 1630 (M.C.R., I, 78). 
                            Freeman 18 May 1631 (ibid., I, 366). 
                            Removed to Providence before 1639. 

ABELL, Robert
Boston                      From Hemington, Leicestershire 
                            (P.C.C., 10 St. John). Applied freeman
                            19 Oct. 1630 (M.C.R., I, 80).Freeman  
                            18 May 1631 (ibid., I, 366). Related to 
                            theCotton family and probably emigrated
                            under influence of Rev. John Cotton or 
                            Rev. Arthur Hildersham of Ashby-de-la-Zouch,
                            who lived a few miles from the home of Abell.
                            Derby, the home of the Cotton family, was 
                            only five miles distant.  Removed 
                            to Weymouth and later to Rehoboth.

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AGAR, William 
Watertown                   Probably from Nazing Essex, or vicinity.
                            An Agar family lived in Nazing, and the
                            mother of Rev. John Eliot was named Lettice
                            Aggar or Agar. William Agar was made a
                            Freeman 18 May 1631 (M.C.R., I, 366).
                            He died in 1684.

ALCOCK, George
Roxbury                     Probably from Leicestershire.
                            Applied freeman 19 Oct. 1630 (M.C.R., I, 80).
                            Freeman 18 May 1631(ibid. 366).
                            Deputy to General Court. Died December 1640.

ALCOCK, _____               Wife of George. Died 1630. 
                            She was sister of Rev. Thomas Hooker
                            (Dudley Letter).
ALCOCK, Thomas
Boston                      Brother of George. Probably from Leicestershire.
                            Member church 1630/1, No. 46. Removed to Dedham
                            (Pope). Freeman 6 May 1635 (M.C.R., I, 370).
                            Died 1657 (G.R., IX, 344). 

ALEWORTH, Francis           Ordered to be sent back by the Lyon in
                            March 1631, as undesirable (M.C.R., I, 82), 
                            but in July he was chosen Lieutenant. 

ANDREW, Thomas 
Watertown                   Probably from Essex. Servant of Josiah Plaistow.
                            Before court 27 Sept 1631 (M.C.R., I, 92). 

ARCHER, Samuel 
Salem                       Applied freeman 19 Oct. 1630 (M.C.R., I, 80).
                            Carpenter. Deposed 1660 aged 52 (b. 1608). 
                            Deposed 1667 aged 58 (b. 1609). 

ASPINWALL, William 
Boston                      Came from Manchester, Lancashire. 
                            Notary public. Deacon 1630. 
                            Applied freeman 19 Oct 1630 (M.C.R., I, 79). 
                            Member church No. 10. Freeman 3 April 1632
                            (M.C.R., I, 367). Returned to England 
                            and died there. 

ASPINWALL, Elizabeth        Wife of William. Member church, No. 16. 

ASPINWALL, Edward           Son of William. Born 1630, just after arrival.

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AUDLEY, (Odlin) John 
Boston                      Probably from London. Member church 1630,
                            No. 139. 'One of the very first inhabitants
                            of Boston' (Sewall), but he was not a freeman 
                            until 1634. Armorer and cutler. Died 1685, 
                            aged 82 years (G.R., VI, 727). 

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BAKER, John 
Charlestown                 No. 12 on first list of inhabitants.
                            Freeman 3 March 1634 (Pope, 28; M.C.R., I, 75).

BAKER, Charity              Wife of John. Admitted church 1630 
                            (Ch.Ch.Rec).

BALSTON, William 
Boston                      "Bolson' in Winthrop's list, possibly
                            variant of Boylston. London is probable origin,
                            but name common in Dorset and Somerset. 
                            Applied freeman 19 Oct. 1630 (M.C.R., I, 80); 
                            juror 1630 (ibid., 81); 
                            removed to Rhode Island 1638 
                            on account of connection with Mrs. Hutchinson's 
                            supporters. 

BALSTON, Elizabeth          Wife of William. Died 'soon.' 
                            Admitted church 1630, No. 39. 

BARSHAM, William 
Watertown                   Juror 1630 (M.C.R., I, 78). Died 3 July 1684. 
                            Wife Annabel (Bland). Origin undetermined,
                            but name is common in Norfolk. 

BARTLETT, Thomas 
Watertown                   Servant to Mr. Pelham 1631. 
                            Died 26 April 1654, aged 60 (b. 1594). 
                            Probably from Essex (M.C.R., I. 86). 

BATEMAN, William 
Charlestown                 From London. Freeman 18 May 1631. 
                            Died 16 Sept. 1631 (M.C.R., I, 78). 

BAXTER, Gregory 
Roxbury                     Perhaps from Sporle, co. Norfolk. 
                            Freeman 6 March 1631/2 (M.C.R., I, 367). 
                            Member church 1631/2 

BEAMSLEY, William 
Boston                      Origin undetermined, but name found 
                            only in Lincoln, Lincolnshire. Probably 
                            came as servant and is called 'laborer' 
                            when admitted to church, 5 April, 1635. 
                            Freeman 25 May 1636 (M.C.R., I, 372).
                            He died 1658. 

BEAMSLEY, Anne              Wife of William. Died about 1643 (B.T.R.).

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BEECHER, Thomas 
Charlestown                 Came from Stepney, Mariner, master of Talbot. 
                            Member church 1631, No. 112. 
                            Died before 29 (5) 1637 (Pope). 

BEECHER, Christian          Wife of Capt. Thomas. Member church 1630, 
                            No. 17. Daughter of James and Christian Barker 
                            of Harwich; married at Whitechapel (Pope). 

BELCHER, Edward 
Boston                      From Guilsborough, co. Northants. 
                            Member church 1630. 
                            Freeman 18 May 1631 (M.C.R., I, 366). 
                            Pipestave culler; soap boiler. 

BELCHER, Christian          Wife of Edward (Pope). 

BELCHER, Edward, Jr.        Son of Edward. 

BENDALL, Edward 
Boston                      From Southwark, co. Surrey. Merchant. 
                            Member church No. 77, 1630/1. 
                            Freeman 14 May 1634 (M.C.R., I, 369).  
                            Dismissed to a church in London 1653 (Pope). 

BENDALL, Anne               Wife of Edward. Died 25 (10) 1637 (Pope). 

BENHAM, John 
Dorchester                  Origin unknown. Freeman 18, May 1631 
                            (M.C.R., I, 80). Probably removed to New Haven. 

BIGGS, John 
Boston                      From Groton, co. Suffolk, or vicinity. 
                            Member church No. 97, 1630/1. 
                            Freeman 4 March 1633/4 (M.C.R., I, 368). 
                            Ipswich 1633. Mentioned in letter of 
                            Bluette of Groton, Suffolk (Winthrop MSS.). 

BIGGS, Mary                 Wife of John. Died 10 (11) 1649/50. 

BLACK, John 
Charlestown                 Origin undetermined. Freeman March 1631/2. 
                            Admitted church 4 (11) 1634/5. 
                            Removed to Salem (Pope). 

BOGGUST,                    John Probably from Boxted, Essex. 
                            John Boggus of Boxted had sons Robert 
                            and William. He was before court Sept. 1630 
                            (M.C.R., I. 77). 

BOSWELL, John 
Boston                      From London. Member church No. 94, 1630/1.
                            Dead soon. 

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BOSWORTH, Zaccheus 
Boston                      From Stowe IX Churches, co. Northants. 
                            Member church No. 98, 1630/1. 
                            Freeman 25 May 1636 (M.C.R., I, 372) 
                            Died 28 (5) 1655. 
BOURNE, Garret
Boston                      Origin undetermined; lived on Boston Neck 
                            (G.L.).  Freeman 6 May 1635 (M.C.R., I, 370). 
                            Removed to Rhode Island. 

BOWMAN, Nathaniel           Applied freeman 19 Oct. 1630 
                            (M.C.R., I, Watertown 80). At Cambridge 1650. 
                            Died 26 January 1681/2. 

BOWMAN, Anna                Wife of Nathaniel. 

BRADSTREET, Simon 
Cambridge                   Born at Horbling, co. Lincoln, March 1603 
                            (adjoining Sempringham). 
                            Probably associated with Earl of Lincoln. 
                            Married Anne Dudley, daughter of Thomas 
                            (M.C.R., I, 73). 

BRADSTREET, Anne            Wife of Simon. Born 1612; died 1672 (Pope). 

BRAND, Benjamin 
Boston                      Applied freeman 19 Oct. 1630 (M.C.R., I, 79). 
                            Probably from Edwardston or Polstead,
                            co. Suffolk (P.C.C., 81 Savill) will of 
                            Benjamin Brand, gent. of Edwardston 1621.
                            Probably rereturned or died. 

BRATCHER, Augustine 
Charlestown                 (Probably Bradshaw.) Origin unknown. 
                            Killed 1630. Inquest 28 Sept. 1630 
                            (M.C.R., I, 77)  He was a servant
                            of Matthew Cradock. [see p.217 vol. I 
                            Great Migration Begins - Anderson]. 

BREASE ______               Probably from Edwardston, Suffolk; 
                            called son- in-law of Mr. Huggins, 
                            a family living in E., and his 'tools' 
                            were to be sent to London before sailing 
                            (L. & L. W.). No further record; 
                            probably died early. 

BRENTON, William 
Boston                      Merchant. From Hamersmith, co. Middlesex 
                            (Savage) Admitted church Oct. 1633. 
                            Freeman 14, May 1634 (M.C.R., I, 369) 
                            Removed to Providence, R.I., 
                            where he died 1673/4 (G.L.)

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BRETT, Isabel               Member church 1630/1, No. 88. 
                            'Gone to Salem' (Boston Church Record). 

BRIGHT, Henry 
Watertown                   From Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk. 
                            Born 1580; aged 80 in 1660. 
                            Member church 1630/1, No. 48. 

BROWNE, Abraham 
Watertown                   From Hawkdon, Suffolk (Bond). 
                            Freeman March 1631/2 (M.C.R., I, 367). 
                            Died 1650. 

BROWNE, Lydia               Wife of Abraham. 
                            They had two children before 1632. (Pope). 

BROWNE, James 
Boston                      Origin undetermined owing to commonness
                            of name. Member church 1630, No. 61. 
                            Freeman 3 Sept. 1634 (M.C.R., I, 78). 

BROWNE, Richard 
Watertown                   From Hawkdon, Suffolk. Freeman 18 May 1631 
                            (M.C.R., I, 366). Aged 81/2 in 1657 (b. 1575/6) 
                            (Bond). He probably came directly from London,
                            where he 'kept a wherry,' and was a 'ruler'
                            in one of the Separatist conventicles 
                            of the city (Hubbard). 

BROWNE, Elizabeth           Wife of Richard. 

BROWNE, George              Son of Richard. Returned to England (Bond). 

BROWNE, Richard, Jr.        Son of Richard. Returned to England (Bond). 

BUCKLAND, William 
Boston                      From Essex. Servant of Josiah Plaistow. 
                            Probably same as the Hingham carpenter.
                            Removed to Rehoboth. Living 1661 (Winthrop). 

BUGBY, Richard 
Roxbury                     Perhaps S. John Hackney, Middlesex. 
                            Applied freeman 19 Oct. 1630 (M.C.R., I, 80). 
                            Freeman 18 May 1631 (M.C.R., I, 366). 
                            Died before 1642. 

BUGBY, Judith               Wife of Richard. She married (2) Robert Parker. 
                            She was born about 1600. (Pope). 
                            [see p.268 vol. I, Great Migration Begins,
                            Anderson]. 

BULGAR, Richard 
Boston                      Probably from London or Southwark. Mason. 
                            He came as assumed 1630, 
                            having married sister of Capt. John Underhill. 
                            Also removed to Dover 1638 with Capt. Underhill.
                            Freeman 18 May 1631 (M.C.R., I, 366.). 

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BULGAR, ___                 Wife of Richard (Winthrop MSS.). 
                            She was 'sister' of Capt. John Underhill. 

BURNELL (BUNNELL), William - 
Boston                      Origin undetermined. Juryman 1630. 
                            Died 1660/1. (M.C.R., I, 77). 

BURR, Jehu 
Roxbury                     Origin undetermined. 
                            Freeman 18 May 1631 (M.C.R., I, 80). Carpenter. 
                            Removed with Pynchon to Springfield, 
                            and Fairfield, Conn. Probably died before 1654. 

BURR, ___                   Wife of Jehu (Eliot). 

BURR, Jehu                  Son of Jehu Senior, born 1625. 

BURROUGHS, Robert           On the Arbella 1630 
                            (Stiles History of Wethersfield, 168.) 

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CABLE, John 
Dorchester                  Probably from Essex. 
                            Brother-in-law of Jehu Burr. 
                            Removed to Springfield and Fairfield, Conn. 
                            First mentioned in 1631 (M.C.R., I. 85). 

CAKEBREAD, Thomas           From Hatfield Broadoak, co. Essex (Banks MSS.)
                            Freeman 14 May 1634 (M.C.R., I, 368); 
                            Ensign 1638; removed to Dedham and 
                            died 1643. Related to Thomas Reade (q.v.), 
                            and to the second wife of John Winthrop, Jr.

CAKEBREAD, Sarah            Wife of Thomas; she married (2) Philemon Whale. 

CHADWICK, Charles 
Watertown                   Freeman 18 May 1631 (M.C.R., I, 366). 
                            Probably from Essex. Born 1596; 
                            died 10 April 1682, Aged 86. 

CHADWICK, Elizabeth         Wife of Charles. 

CHAMBERS, Anne or Annie     Mentioned in Bluette's letter from Groton 
                            1633. Boston church 1631, No. 140.

CHASE, William 
Roxbury                     From co. Essex. Member First Church Roxbury. 
                            Applied freeman 19 Oct. 1630; (M.C.R., I, 80). 
                            Freeman 19 May 1634 (ibid., I, 369).

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CHAUNER, Margery 
Boston                      Member church 1630, No. 116. 

CHEESEBROUGH, William 
Boston                      From Boston, co. Lincoln. Blacksmith. 
                            Born 1594 Juryman 9 Nov. 1630 (M.C.R., I, 78). 
                            Freeman 18 May 1631 (ibid., I, 366). 
                            Removed to Braintree and Rehoboth. 

CHEESEBROUGH, Ann           (Stevenson) Wife of William. Born 1596. 
                            Admitted church 1630. No. 45.

CHEESEBROUGH, Sarah         Daughter of William. 
                            Admitted church 1630, No. 78.

CHEESEBROUGH, Peter         Son of William. 

CHEESEBROUGH, Samuel        Son of William. 

CHEESEBROUGH, Nathaniel     Son of William. 

CHILD, Ephraim 
Watertown                   From Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, or vicinity. 
                            Applied freeman 19 Oct. 1630 (M.C.R., I, 79).
                            Freeman 18 May 1631 (ibid., I, 366). 
                            Died 13 (12) 1662/3 aged 70 (b. 1592). 
                            Bluette of Groton calls him 'my ancient 
                            acquaintance' in letter 1633. 

CHILD, Elizabeth            Wife of Ephraim (Pope). 

CHURCH, Richard 
Boston                      Perhaps from Polstead, Suffolk. Carpenter. 
                            Deposed aged 48 in 1657 (b. 1609). 
                            Removed to Weymouth, Plymouth and Charlestown. 
                            Applied freeman 19 Oct 1630. (M.C.R., I, 80). 
                            Died 1668. He came over as a servant of 
                            'Mr. (Richard) Webb' (Drake, Boston, 132). 

CLARKE, John 
Boston                      From Groton, Suffolk, or vicinity. 
                            Perhaps Mr. John of Braintree 1637. 
                            Mentioned in letter of Bluette of Groton 
                            1633 as 'my scholar.' Freeman 6 Nov. 1632 
                            (M.C.R., I, 368). Member church 1630, No. 138. 

CLARKE, William 
Watertown                   Citizen and skinner of London. 
                            Applied for freeman 19 Oct. 1630, 
                            with his brother-in-law Samuel Freeman 
                            of Watertown (q.v.) Before the Court 
                            9 Nov. 1630 (ibid., 75); Freeman 18 May 1631. 
                            His wife Elizabeth Quick, daughter of 
                            William Quick, citizen and grocer of London. 
                            He returned to England between between 
                            1631 and 1636 and was living in London in 1640 
                            (Lechford). He did not return to New England, 
                            as far as known (Banks MSS.).

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CLARKE, Elizabeth           Wife of William. Returned to England 
                            and died shortly after arrival (Banks MSS.). 

CLOUGH (CLUFFE), Richard 
Charlestown                 Probably from Suffolk. Tailor. 
                            Before court 28 Sept. 1630 (M.C.R., I, 76). 

CORBETT, ____               Sent back to England March 1, 1630/1 
                            (M.C.R., I, 82). 

CODDINGTON, William 
Boston                      Gentleman. Born 4 Feb 1598/9, 
                            son of Edward and Anne (Gifforth). 
                            From Boston, England. Removed to Newport.
                            John Beauchamp calls him 'brother' 
                            in a letter to Mr. Paddy, 1649 
                            (Freeman Gen., 23). (M.C.R., I, 75). 

CODDINGTON, Mary            Wife of William. Died 1630. (Dudley Letter). 

COLBRON, William 
Boston                      From Brentwood, Essex. 
                            Applied freeman 19 Oct 1630. (M.C.R., I, 80). 
                            Freeman 18 May 1631 (ibid., I, 366). 
                            Member church, No. 9. 

COLBRON, Margery            Wife of William. Member church, No. 15. 

COLBY, Anthony 
Boston                      Perhaps from Lincolnshire, near Sempringham,
                            the seat of the Earl of Lincoln, where the
                            name is found. Cambridge 1635; removed 
                            to Salisbury. Member church 1630, No. 93.
                            Freeman 14 May 1634 (M.C.R., I, 369).
                            Died 11 Feb. 1660. 

COLBY, Susanna (Haddon)     (Hoyt, Old Families of Salisbury, 895)
                            Wife of Anthony. Born about 1608.
                            Married (2) William Whitridge. 
                            Died 8 July 1689.

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COLE, John 
Boston                      From Groton, Suffolk, or immediate vicinity.
                            (Winthrop MSS.). 

COLE, Rice 
Charlestown                 Probably from London. 
                            Member church Boston 1630. No. 109. 
                            Freeman 1 April 1633. Died 15 (3) 1646. 

COLE, Arrold                Wife of Rice Cole. Will dated 20 (10) 1662; 
                            probated 26 (10) 1662. 'Brother Solomon Phipps' 
                            mentioned. (Pope).

COLE, Robert 
Roxbury                     From Navestock, Essex. 
                            'Came with first company' (Eliot). 
                            Applied freeman 19 Oct 1630 (M.C.R., I, 80). 
                            Perhaps removed to Providence, Rhode Island, 
                            before 1644 (Winthrop). 

COLE, Samuel 
Boston                      Perhaps from Mersey, co. Essex.
                            Applied freeman 18 Oct. 1630 (M.C.R., I, 80).
                            Confectioner. Member First Church 1630/1, No.
                            42. Will 21 Dec. 1666; probated 13 Feb 1666/7

COLE, Anne                  Wife of Samuel. Member church 1630/1, No. 43.

CONVERSE, Edward 
Charlestown                 Probably from Shenfield, Essex, or vicinity.
                            Juror 1630 (M.C.R., I, 77).
                            Freeman 18 May 1631 (ibid., I, 366).
                            Deposed 24 (1) 1661/2 aged about 72 (b. 1589).
                            Died 10 Aug 1663. (G.R., LIX, 176).
                            Removed to Woburn.

CONVERSE, Sarah             Wife of Edward. Member church 1630, No. 84.

CONVERSE, Phineas           Son of Edward.

CONVERSE, John              Son of Edward.

CONVERSE, Josiah            Son of Edward. Born 1619.

CONVERSE, James             Son of Edward. Born 1621.

COOKE, Margaret             Church member No. 56;
                            received Boston church 1630.

COWLISHAW, William 
Boston                      From Nottingham (Banks MSS.);
                            admitted church Oct 1633;
                            Freeman 4 March 1633/4 (M.C.R., I, 368).
                            No further Record. 

COWLISHAW, Anne             Wife of William. 

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CRABB, John                 Applied freeman 9 Oct 1630 (M.C.R., I, 80)
                            Nothing further known. 

CRAFTS, Griffin 
Roxbury                     From London or Essex.
                            Freeman 18 May 1631 (M.C.R., I, 366).
                            Deputy and Lieutenant. Died 1690.

CRAFTS, Alice               Wife of Griffin Crafts. Born 1600;
                            died 1673 Aged 73 (Pope).

CRAFTS, Hannah              Daughter of Griffin Crafts.

CRANWELL, John 
Boston                      From Woodbridge, Suffolk. 
                            Applied freeman 19 Oct 1630;
                            Freeman 4 March 1633/4. Died 1639.
                            Thomas Marrett was brother-in-law.

CRIBB, Benjamin             He was punished for a misdemeanor in
                            March 1630/1.  Possibly an error for Crabb
                            (q.v.) (M.C.R., I, 85). Nothing further known.

CRUGOTT, James              On record as a juror 26 Sept 1630, but nothing
                            further is known about him either of his origin
                            or residence. Probably died or left the Colony.

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DADY, William 
Charlestown                 Perhaps from Wanstead, Essex, or vicinity. 
                            A butcher. Admitted church Boston 1631/2, 
                            No. 122. Born 1605; died 10 April 1682 
                            aged 77 (g.s.).  Freeman 1 April 1632/3 
                            (M.C.R., I, 367). 

DADY, Dorothy               Wife of William (Wyman, 271). 

DEEKES (DIX), Edward 
Charlestown                 Probably from Essex where families 
                            of Deekes are found. Freeman 4 March 1634/5. 
                            Member of church 1630, No. 49. 
                            Removed to Watertown. 

DEEKES (DIX), Jane          Wife of Edward (Pope). 

DEVEREAUX, John             Probably from Stoke-by-Nayland, co. Suffolk.
                            Came as a minor, as he was born about 1614, 
                            and testified that he came to New England
                             in 1630. (G.R.).

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DIFFY, Richard 
Watertown                   Servant to Sir Richard Saltonstall
                            (M.C.R., I, 81). No further record. 

DILLINGHAM, John 
Boston                      From Bitteswell, Leicester. 
                            Member church 1630, No. 71. Juryman 1631. 
                            Died 1636. 

DILLINGHAM, Sarah (Caly)    Wife of John. Will 14 July 1636; 
                            probated 2 Dec. 1636. 

DILLINGHAM, Sarah           Daughter of John. 

DIXON, William 
Boston                      Probably from Suffolk. 
                            Servant to Governor Winthrop. Cooper. 
                            Died 1666. (M.C.R., I, 105). 
                            Removed to York, ME. 1636. 

DOGGETT, John 
Watertown                   From Suffolk, vicinity of Groton. 
                            Applied freeman 19 Oct 1630. Freeman. 
                            Removed to Martha's Vineyard. 
                            Died 1673 (M.C.R., I, 80). 

DOGGETT, ____               Wife of John. 

DOGGETT, John, Jr.          Son of John. 

DOGGETT, Thomas Son of John. 

DOWNING, James              Servant of Winthrop (Winthrop MSS., W-7a 38). 

DUDLEY, Thomas 
Boston                      From Northamptonshire. 
                            Son of Roger and Susanna (Thorne) Dudley 
                            of Yardley, Northamptonshire. 
                            Baptized 12 Oct 1576. 
                            Steward to Earl of Lincoln at Sempringham. 
                            He was not made a freeman until 1636 
                            (M.C.R., I, 372). 

DUDLEY, Dorothy (Yorke)     Wife of Thomas. 'A gentlewoman 
                            whose extraction and estate were considerable' 
                            (Cotton Mather). Died Dec 1643. 

DUDLEY, Samuel              Son of Thomas. 

DUDLEY, Anne                Daughter of Thomas. 

DUDLEY, Patience            Daughter of Thomas. 

DUDLEY, Sarah               Daughter of Thomas. (G.R., LXXV, 236). 

DUDLEY, Mercy               Daughter of Thomas. 

DUDLEY, Thomas, Jr.         Son of Thomas (G.R. LXXV, 236). 

DUTTON, _______             In Winthrop's list but no further record.

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EDMUNDS, John 
Boston                      Probably from Essex. 
                            Member church 1630, No. 63. 
                            Freeman 18 May 1631 (M.C.R., I, 366). 

EDMUNDS, Mary               Wife of John. 

EGGLESTON, Bigod 
Dorchester                  From Settrington, co. York. 
                            Baptized 20 Feb 1586. 
                            Freeman 18 May 1631 (M.C.R., I, 80) 
                            Removed to Windsor, Conn. 

ELLIS, Arthur               Juryman 28 Sept 1630 (M.C.R., I, 78). 
                            No further record. Probably died or returned. 

ELSTON, John 
Salem                       Probably one of Cradock's servants 
                            (Prince, Chronology). 

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FAYERWEATHER, Thomas 
Boston                      Origin undetermined. Freeman 14 May 1634 
                            (M.C.R., I, 369). Member church No. 101. 
                            Inventory estate taken 8 (11), 1638/9. 

FEAKE, Robert, Gentleman. 
Watertown                   From St. Edmunds, Lombard St., London.
                            Son of James Feake of London, goldsmith. 
                            Applied freeman 19 Oct 1630 (M.C.R., I, 79). 
                            Freeman 18 May 1631 (ibid., I, 366). 
                            Married Mrs. Elizabeth (Fones) Winthrop, 
                            widow of Henry (son of governor). 
                            Removed to Long Island. Died 1662. 

FIENNES, Charles            Brother of Earl of Lincoln. 
                            Returned to England (G.R., LXXV, 236). 

FINCH, Abraham 
Watertown                   Said to have been born 1585 in Yorkshire 
                            (Mead, History Greenwich). Brought three sons 
                            as below. Freeman 3 Sept 1634; 
                            removed to Wethersfield. Called 'Old Finch'; 
                            died 1638. The name Finch is found in many
                            parishes of Essex - a more likely origin
                            of this family. 

FINCH, Abraham, Jr.         Son of Abraham. Said to have been killed
                            by Indians 1637. 

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FINCH, Daniel               Son of Abraham, Watertown. 
                            Freeman 18 May 1631 (M.C.R., I, 365). 
                            Removed to Wethersfield where 
                            he died 27 (11) 1673/4. 

FINCH, John                 Son of Abraham, Watertown. 
                            Removed to Wethersfield and later to Fairfield 
                            where he died 1657 
                            (Fairfield Land Records A-239). 

FIRMAN, John 
Watertown                   From Nayland, co. Suffolk 
                            (Gregory Stone Genealogy). 
                            Freeman 18 May 1631 (M.C.R., I, 366). 

FIRMIN, Giles Jr.           From Nayland, co. Suffolk (Waters & Emerton). 
                            Church member No. 145. Freeman 22 May 1639 
                            (M.C.R., I, 376). 

FIRMIN, Martha (Doggett)    Wife of Giles Firmin. 

FITZRANDOLPH, Edward 
Scituate                    From Sutton-in-Ashfield, Notts. 
                            Came in 1630, according to diary of his 
                            grandson Nathaniel of New Jersey. 
                            Probably an apprentice when he 
                            emigrated, and perhaps one of those freed
                            in 1630 when provisions became scarce 
                            (Dudley Letter). Several of them went
                            to Plymouth Colony and stayed there. 
                            Fitzrandolph married in Scituate. In 1669 
                            he removed to New Jersey (Pope). 

FOX, Thomas 
Boston                      Probably from London or vicinity. Servant
                            to Matthew Cradock. Removed to Cambridge. 
                            Born 1608; died 1693, April 25, aqed 85 
                            (M.C.R., I. 84). 

FOXWELL, Richard 
Boston                      Tailor. Freeman 18 May 1631 (M.C.R., I, 80) 
                            Removed to Plymouth, Scituate, Barnstable. 
                            Probably from St. Bridget's London, as he was a 
                            member of Rev. John Lathrop's church which met
                            in a near-by parish. 
                            Freeman 18 May 1631 (M.C.R., I, 80).

FOXWELL, ______             Wife of Richard. 

FOXWELL, John               Son of Richard. 

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FREEMAN, Samuel             From St. Anne, Blackfriars, London. 
                            Son of John and Priscilla (?) Freeman. 
                            Probably returned to England. 

FREEMAN, Apphia (Quick)     Wife of Samuel. Daughter of William Quick
                            of London. She divorced him and married 
                            (2) Gov. Thomas Prence. 

FREEMAN, Henry              Son of Samuel. 

FRENCH, Thomas 
Boston                      From Assington, co. Suffolk. 
                            Settled Ipswich and died before 5 Nov 1639. 

FRENCH, Susan (Riddlesdale) Wife of Thomas. 

FRENCH, Thomas, Jr.          Son of Thomas, born 1608. 
                            Mentioned in letter of John Bluette of Groton 
                            as 'my scholar' (L.& L.W.). 

FRENCH Alice                 Daughter of Thomas. Born 1610. 

FRENCH, Anne                 Daughter of Thomas. Born 1618. 

FRENCH, John                 Son of Thomas. Born 1622. 

FRENCH, Mary                 Daughter of Thomas. Born 1625. 

FROTHINGHAM, William 
Charlestown                 From Holderness, Yorkshire 
                            (Wyman, Charlestown Genealogies). 
                            Applied freeman 19 Oct 1630; 
                            Freeman 6 March 1631/2 (M.C.R., I, 80). 
                            Died 18 (8) 1651. 

FROTHINGHAM, Anne           Wife of William. Member church Boston 1630; 
                            died 28 July 1674 aged 67 (b. 1607). 

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GAGE, John 
Boston                      Probably from Polstead, Suffolk, near Groton.
                            Member church No. 50. Freeman 4 March 1633/4
                            (M.C.R., I, 368). Removed to Ipswich 1633.
                            Died 24 March 1672/3. 

GAGE, Amy                   Wife of John (Pope).

GAGER, William 
Charlestown                 From Suffolk. Surgeon, 
                            employed by the Massachusetts Bay Company. 
                            Died 20 Sept 1630 (M.C.R., I, 74).

____,_____                  Servant to Doctor Gager, name unknown 
                            (L.&L.W.).

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GARRETT, Hugh               Inhabitant of Charlestown 1630 
                            (Ch. Ch. Rec., 3). 

GARRETT, Richard 
Boston                      Probably from Chelmsford, Essex, or vicinity. 
                            Shoemaker. Member church 1630. 
                            Applied freeman 19 Oct 1630. (M.C.R., I, 78). 
                            Died 28 Dec 1630 (Suff. Deeds, III, 344). 

GARRETT, ____               Wife of Richard (Pope). 

GARRETT, Hannah             Daughter of Richard. Died December 1632. 

GARRETT, _____              Daughter of Richard (Winthrop, I, 54-6). 

GIBSON, Christopher 
Dorchester                  From Wendover, co. Bucks (G.R., LXV, 65). 
                            Chandler. Applied freeman 19 Oct 1630 
                            (M.C.R., I, 80). 

GIBSON, Mary                Wife of Christopher (Pope). 

GIBSON, Elizabeth           From St. Andrew the Great, Cambridge; 
                            born about 1614 Probably came with 
                            some relative, as she was married to 
                            Capt. John Endicott shortly after arrival at 
                            Salem, by Gov. Winthrop assisted by 
                            Rev. John Wilson (Winthrop). 

GLOVER, Ralph 
Boston                      From London. Applied freeman 19 Oct 1630 
                            (M.C.R., I, 79). Admin. estate 2 July 1633. 

GLOVER, John 
Dorchester                  From Rainhill, Lancashire, son of Thomas Glover
                            (Suffolk Deeds I, 333). Tanner. Did not join
                            church until 1638. Removed to Boston. 
                            Will proved 9 Feb 1653. 

GLOVER, Anne ( )            Wife of John. 

GOLDTHWAITE, Thomas 
Roxbury                     Cooper. Entered suit against Mr. Pelham
                            14 June 1631.  Freeman 14, May 1634 
                            (M.C.R., I, 368). Removed to Salem 
                            where he died 1683 aged about 75 years 
                            (Perley, History of Salem, I, 356); 
                            name not found in usual English sources. 

GOLDTHWAITE, Elizabeth      Wife of Thomas (Pope). 

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GOSNALL, Henry 
Boston                      Probably from Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk. 
                            Member church 1630, No. 29. No further record. 

GOSNALL, Mary               Wife of Henry. Member church 1630. 

GOSSE (Goffe), John 
Watertown                   Origin undetermined. Freeman 18 May 1631. 
                            Died Feb 1643/4 (M.C.R., I, 366). 

GOSSE (Goffe), Sarah        Wife of John. She married (2) Robert Nichols 
                            and removed to Southampton or 
                            Southold, Long Island. (Pope). 

GOULWORTH, John             Punished 28 Sept 1630 (M.C.R., I, 77). 
                            No further record. 

GRIDLEY, Richard 
Boston                      From Groton, Suffolk. Mason. 
                            Deposed 2 July 1660 aged 59 years 
                            (G.R., LXXVI, 240) (B.T.R., 1631).

GRIDLEY, Grace              Wife of Richard. (G.R., LXXVI, 240) (Pope). 

GRIDLEY, Joseph             Son of Richard (G.R., LXXVI, 240). 

GRIDLEY, Abraham            Son of Richard (G.R., LXXVI, 240). 

GYVER, Bridget 
Boston                      Member church 1630, No. 147. From Saffron 
                            Walden, co. Essex. 

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HADDON Garrett 
Cambridge                   English origin not determined. Cambridge 1632, 
                            Salisbury 1640. Tailor. 
                            Member church 1630/1, No. 96. 
                            Freeman 14 May 1634 (M.C.R., I, 369). 
                            Deposed 14 (2) 1668 aged about 60 (b. 1608). 

HADDON, Margaret            Wife of Garrett 
                            (Hoyt, Old Families Salisbury, 191). 

HALE, Robert 
Charlestown                 Origin undetermined. Carpenter. 
                            Removed to Malden; became minister at 
                            Beverly (G.R., XIII, 315). 
                            Died 16 (5) 1659 (Ch.Ch.Rec.1630). 

HALE, Joan                  Wife of Robert. She married (2) 
                            Richard Jacob (Pope). 

HALL, John 
Charlestown                 From Whitechapel, London. Carpenter. 
                            Freeman 14 May 1634. Died about Dec 1639 
                            (Ch.Ch.Rec. 1630) (Savage). 

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HALL, Joan (Dove)           Wife of John. From Bethnal Green, 
                            Stepney. Married 1618. Hammond, Philippa 
                            Widow. She married Robert Harding. 
                            Was an adherent of Mrs. Hutchinson. 
                            Member church 1630 

HARDING, Robert 
Boston                      Probably from Boreham, Essex. Brother of
                            Abraham Harding. Merchant, mariner. Juror 1630 
                            (M.C.R., I, 78). Freeman 18 May 1631
                            (M.C.R., I, 366). Newport 1640. 

HARRIS, Thomas 
Charlestown                 This passenger appears under an 'alias Williams'
                            when he requested admission as freeman
                            19 Oct 1630; as Thomas Williams he was made 
                            Freeman 19 May 1631 (M.C.R., I, 80, 366); 
                            died 1632/3. See Williams. 

HARRIS, Elizabeth           Wife of Thomas; she m. (2) William Stilson,
                            1633 (Wyman, Charlestown Gen., 467, 902). 

HARWOOD, Henry 
Boston                      Probably from Shenfield, Essex. Herdman. 
                            Applied freeman 19 Oct 1630 (M.C.R., I, 80). 
                            Freeman 4 March 1632/3. 
                            Removed to Charles- town. 
                            Inventory estate 5 (10) 1637. 

HARWOOD, Elizabeth          Wife of Henry. Admitted church 1632 (Pope). 

HAWKE, ______               In Winthrop's list, but no further record. 

HAWKINS, John               Church member 1630; no further record. 
                            Died soon. 

HAWTHORNE, William 
Dorchester                  From Binfield, Berks. Removed to Salem. 
                            Freeman 14 May 1634 (M.C.R., I, 368). 
                            Ancestor of the famous novelist, Nathaniel 
                            Hawthorne and a distinguished official of the 
                            Colony. (Henry F. Waters, Essex Institute, 
                            XVII, 52).

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HESSELDEN, Francis          Church member 1630, No. 34. 
                            Died soon. No further record. 
                            Perhaps from Boston, Lincolnshire. 

HOAMES, Margaret            Church member 1630, No. 20. No further record. 

HOFFE, ____                 This name appears in Winthrop's list minus his
                            Christian name. No person named Hoffe is found
                            among the early settlers but it is probable 
                            that it refers to Mr. Atherton Hough of Boston, 
                            Lincolnshire, who came to New England 1633 
                            with his pastor, Rev. John Cotton. He may 
                            have been a passenger with Winthrop at this 
                            time for the purpose of viewing the country and 
                            reporting on its desirability for settlement. 
                            Winthrop calls him 'Hoffe' in his Journal. 
                            [see also Great Migration Begins, Anderson -
                            p.1005, vol II; m. 1617/8 Elizabeth (Bulkeley) 
                            Whittingham, dau of Rev. Edward & Olive (Irby)
                            Bulkeley & widow of Richard Whittingham.] 

HOPWOOD, Edward             Returned to England 1630 
                            (Winthrop MSS., W.I., 81). 

HORNE, John                 English origin undetermined. Carpenter. 
                            Freeman 18 May 1631 (M.C.R., I, 366) 
                            Deposed in 1662, aged 60. 

HOSIER, Samuel 
Watertown                   From Colchester, Essex (Lechford). Planter. 
                            Freeman 18 May 1631. Died 29 July 1665 
                            (M.C.R., I, 80). 

HOWLETT, Thomas 
Boston                      From co Suffolk, England. Removed Ipswich 1633. 
                            Deposed 1658, aged 52. Church member 1630. 

HUDSON, William 
Boston                      Probably from Chatham, Kent. Baker. 
                            Freeman 18 May 1631. (Ch Rec., 1630). 
                            Returned to England and became Ensign 
                            in Col. Rainsborough's Regiment. 

HUDSON, Susan               Wife of William (Boston Ch. Rec.) (Pope). 

HUDSON, Francis             Son of William. Born 1611 (Pope). 

HUDSON, William, Jr         Son of William (Pope). 

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HULBIRT, William 
Boston                      Origin undetermined. Removed to Windsor, 
                            Hartford, Northampton. Freeman 2 April 1632 
                            (M.C.R., I, 367). 

HUTCHINS, Richard           Applied freeman 18 May 1630 (M.C.R., I, 80). 
                            No further record. 

HUTCHINSON, George 
Charlestown                 From London. Member church 1630, No. 53. 
                            Freeman 1 April 1634 (M.C.R., I, 368). 

HUTCHINSON, Margaret        Wife of George (Pope). 

HUTCHINSON, Thomas 
Charlestown                 From London. Member church 1630 No. 52. 
                            Marked 'dead.' 

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IJONS (Irons) Matthias      Probably from Danbury or Roxwell co. Essex. 
                            Servant of William Colborn who came 1630. 
                            Had child baptized 5 April 1631 
                            (Boston Ch. Rec.). 

IJONS (Irons) Anne          Wife of Matthias (Boston Ch. Rec.). 

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JAMES, Edmond 
Watertown                   From Earl's Barton, co. Northants. 
                            Applied freeman 19 Oct 1630 (M.C.R., I, 80). 
                            Died before 1640. 

JAMES, Reana                Wife of Edmond (Pope). She m. (2) William 
                            Andrews (Middlesex Deeds III, 7). 

JAMES, Thomas 
Salem                       From Earl's Barton, Member church 1630, No. 149.

JAMES, Elizabeth            Wife of Thomas. Member church, No. 150. 

JAMES, William 
Salem                       From Earl's Barton, co. Northants. 
                            Applied freeman 19 Oct 1630 (M.C.R., I, 80). 

JAMES, Elizabeth            Wife of William. 

JARVIS, John 
Boston                      Juryman 28 Sept 1630 (M.C.R., I. 78). Died 1656.

JOHNSON, Davy 
Dorchester                  Freeman 18 May 1631 (M.C.R., I, 366). 
                            Died 1636. 

JOHNSON, Francis 
Salem                       Probably from London. Merchant. 
                            Nephew of Christopher Colson, an Assistant 
                            of the Massachusetts Bay Company 1629 
                            (M.C.R., IV, 429). Freeman 18 May 1631. 

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JOHNSON, Joan               Wife of Francis Johnson (Pope). 

JOHNSON, Isaac 
Salem                       Born 1601, died Sept. 1630. Son of Abraham 
                            Johnson, Esq. of So. Luffenham, co, Rutland, 
                            but resided at Clipsham, same county. 
                            Married (lic. 5 April 1623) the Lady Arbella, 
                            daughter of Thomas, third Earl of Lincoln 
                            (M.C.R., I, 78). He was the Founder of Boston 
                            (Prince, N.E. Chronology, 249). 

JOHNSON, Arbella            From Sempringham, Lincolnshire. Born 1601; 
                            died August 1630. (M.C.R., I, 78). 

JOHNSON, John 
Roxbury                     Origin undetermined. Freeman 18 May 1631.
                            Constable 19 Oct 1630. Died 30 (7) 1659. 
                            (M.C.R., I, 75). 

JOHNSON, Margaret           Wife of John. Died 9 (4) 1655 (Pope). 

JOHNSON, Richard 
Charleston                  Removed to Salem. Deposed 1663 aged 51. 
                            Freeman 17 May 1637 (M.C.R., I, 367). 
                            He was here before court in March 1631 
                            (M.C.R., I, 84). Origin undetermined. 

JOHNSON,                    Alice Wife of Richard (Pope). 

JONES, Bethia 
Boston                      Member church 1630 (Boston Ch.Rec.). 
                            Removed to Salem (Pope)., 

JONES, Edward 
Charlestown                 From Chester. Mercer. (Harl. MSS., 1972 fo. 44d)
                            Freeman 18 May 1631. (M.C.R., I, 366). 
                            He sold his house and lands in 1644. 
                            No further record. 

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KIDBY, Lewis 
Boston                      The identity of this passenger is not 
                            established, but he was probably a 
                            neighbor of Governor Winthrop in Groton. 
                            In a letter to his wife he mentions the 
                            death of 'one of L. Kidbys sons.' 
                            It is therefore probable that one of the name 
                            living later in Boston was one who survived. 
                            (L. & L. W., II). 

KIDBY, ____                 Wife of Lewis. 

KIDBY, ____                 Son of above. Died 1630. 

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KIDBY, Edward               A sawyer, living in Boston and later in Roxbury,
                            with a family. 

KINGSBURY, Henry 
Boston                      Came in the Talbot from Groton, Suffolk. 
                            First Church member No. 25. 
                            Died soon after arrival (Winthrop). 

KINGSBURY, Margaret         Wife of Henry. First Church member, No. 26. 

KINGSBURY, Henry, Jr.       Son of Henry. Born 1615; died 1 Oct. 1687. 
                            Ipswich, Rowley, Haverhill (Pope). 

KINGSBURY, Thomas           In Gov. Winthrop's list. No further record. 
                            Died or returned. 

KNAPP, Nicholas 
Watertown                   Probably from Bures St. Mary, Suffolk.
                            Sold his land, etc. 6 (3) 1646 
                            (Frost Gen. p. 372). Sold medicine 
                            for the scurvy (M.C.R., I, 83). 

KNAPP, Elinor               Wife of Nicholas (B.T.R.). 

KNAPP, William 
Watertown                   Probably from Bures St. Mary, co. Suffolk. 
                            Born about 1579; died 30 Aug. 1659. 
                            Mentioned 3 Nov 1630 in Colonial Records 
                             (M.C.R., I, 82). 

KNAPP, ____                 Wife of William. 

KNAPP, John                 Son of William. (Pope). 

KNAPP, Anne                 Daughter of William (Pope). 

KNAPP Judith                Daughter of William (Pope). 

KNAPP, Mary                 Daughter of William (Pope). 

KNAPP, James                Son of William (Pope). 

KNAPP, John                 Son of William (Pope). 

KNAPP, William, Jr.         Son of William (Pope). 

KNOWER, George 
Charlestown                 Probably from London. Born 1607; 
                            died 13 Feb. 1674 aged 67. (Lechford, 203). 

KNOWER, Thomas 
Charlestown                 From London. Clothier. (Pope).

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LAMB, Edward 
Watertown                   Origin not determined. Among first settlers 
                            of Watertown (Bond). Died about 1650 and 
                            widow Margaret married (2) Samuel Allen (Pope). 

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LAMB, Thomas 
Roxbury                     Perhaps from Stowe Langtoft, co. Suffolk. 
                            Freeman 18 May 1631 (M.C.R., I, 366). 
                            Died 3 April 1646. 

LAMB, Elizabeth             Wife of Thomas. Buried 28 Nov 1639 (Pope). 

LAMB, Thomas Jr             Son of Thomas (Eliot). 

LAMB, John                  Son of Thomas (Eliot). 

LAMB, Samuel                Son of Thomas (Eliot). 

LAMB, Roger                 Origin not determined. Freeman 18 May 1631 
                            (M.C.R., I, 366). No residence known 
                            and no further record. 

LAWSON, Henry               Probably from London. Mentioned 14 June 1631 
                            (M.C.R., I, 88). No further record. 

LEARNED, William 
Charlestown                 Probably from Bermondsey, Surrey. 
                            Freeman 14 May 1634 (M.C.R., I, 368). 
                            Died 1 March 1645 (Pope). 

LEARNED, Judith             Wife of William. Admitted church 6 (10) 1632 
                            (Ch.Ch.Rec.). 

LEATHERLAND, William 
Boston                      Origin undetermined, but probably London, 
                            as he was servant of Owen Rowe, a silk 
                            merchant of All Hallows, Honey Lane, 
                            London, one of the members of the 
                            Massachusetts Bay Company. Leatherland was
                            a carpenter, born 1608. 
                            Admitted church 24 Nov 1633; 
                            Freeman 4 March 1634/5 (M.C.R., I, 370). 

LEGGE, John 
Lynn                        Probably from London. In the service of 
                            Mr. John Humphrey 3 May 1631 (M.C.R., I, 86). 
                            Deposed 1657, aged 45 (b. 1612). 
                            Will proved 2 (5) 1674. 

LOCKWOOD, Edmond 
Cambridge                   Son of Edmond. From Combs, Suffolk. 
                            Baptized 9 Feb 1594. Winthrop writes about 
                            money to be paid to Downing for Lockwood: 
                            'let Mr. Peirce be payd his bill of provisions 
                            and bring the rest with you' 
                            (Winthrop MSS., W. 7a 45). 

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LOCKWOOD, Elizabeth         Wife of Edmond (Pope). Died soon. 

LOCKWOOD, _____             Child of Edmond. 

LOCKWOOD, Robert            Son of Edmond of Combs, Suffolk. 
                            Baptized 18 Jan 1600. Probably brother of 
                            Edmond (Banks MSS.). He may be the 
                            'Sergeant' following the name of Lockwood
                            in Winthrop's to distinguish the two brothers. 

LYNTON, Richard 
Watertown                   Probably from St. Botolph, Aldgate, London. 
                            Juror 28 Sept 1630 (M.C.R., I, 78). 
                            Died 30 (11) 1665. 

LYNTON, ____                Wife of Richard (Pope). 

LYNTON, Anna                Daughter of Richard (Pope). 

LYNTON, Lydia               Daughter of Richard (Pope). 

LYNN, Henry                 Origin undetermined. In court 28 Sept 1630. 
                            Whipped and banished Sept 1631 
                            (M.C.R., I, 77, 91). Removed to Agamenticus 
                            (York), Maine, and died about 1644 in Virginia. 

LYNN, Sarah                 Wife of Henry (Pope). 

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MASTERS, John 
Watertown                   Probably from Suffolk. Freeman 18 May 1631 
                            (M.C.R., I, 366). Removed to Cambridge. 
                            Died 21 Dec 1639. 

MASTERS, Jane               Wife of John. 

MASTERS, Sarah              Daughter of John (Pope). 

MASTERS, Lydia              Daughter of John (Pope). 

MASTERS, Elizabeth          Daughter of John (Pope). 

MASTERS, Nathaniel          Son of John (Pope). 

MASTERS, Abraham            Son of John (Pope). 

MATSON, Thomas              From London. Admitted church 1630, No. 85 
                            Will 9 June 1676; probated 26 April 1677. 
                            Freeman 4 March 1633/4 (M.C.R., I, 368). 

MATSON, Amy (or Ann)        Wife of Thomas. She was sister-in-law of
                            Mrs. Chambers, widow of Thomas, citizen
                            and cloth-worker of St. Mary Abchurch, London.
                            (Pope). 

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MAYHEW, Thomas 
Watertown                   From Southampton probably, but born in 1592
                            at Tisbury, co. Wilts. Died at Martha's Vineyard
                            (Banks, History of Martha's Vineyard).

MAYHEW, _____               Wife of Thomas, Sr. She died soon after arrival.

MAYHEW, Thomas Jr           Son of Thomas, Sr. The famous Indian missionary.
                            lost at sea 1657 
                            (Banks, History of Martha's Vineyard). 

MILLER, ____                In Winthrop's list, but no further record. 

MILLETT, Richard            Perhaps from London or Southwark. 
                            Applied for freeman 18 Oct 1630 
                            (M.C.R., I, 80); Freeman 11 June 1633 
                            (M.C.R., I, 368). No further record. 

MILLS, John 
Boston                      Perhaps from Lavenham, co. Suffolk. 
                            Said he was descended from a line of 
                            ministers 'unto the third if not the fourth
                            generations'  (will).  Member church No. 33. 
                            Applied freeman 19 Oct 1630 (M.C.R., I, 80); 
                            Freeman March 1631/2 (ibid I, 367). 
                            Died 5 July 1678. 

MILLS, Susan                Wife of John. Member church No. 34. 
                            Died 10 (10) 1675, aged 80 years (Pope). 

MILLS, Joy                  Daughter of John (Pope). 

MILLS, Mary                 Daughter of John. Married James Hawkins (Pope). 

MILLS, John Jr              Son of John (Pope). 

MILLS, Susanna              Daughter of John. Married William Dawes (Pope). 

MILLS, Recompense           Daughter of John (Pope). 

MOREY, Roger 
Salem                       This name appears as Moorey and Mowry. 
                            Origin undetermined. Freeman 18 May 1631 
                            (M.C.R., I, 366). He removed to Rhode Island. 

MORLEY, Ralph 
Charlestown                 From London. Died Sept 1630 (Pope). 

MORLEY, Catherine           Widow of Ralph (Pope) (Wyman, 685). 

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MORRIS, Richard 
Boston                      Probably from London. Held military rank 
                            and wrote a Latin epistle to Capt John
                            Underhill (Lechford). Removed to Dover 1639. 
                            Member First Church 1630 (M.C.R., I, 81). 
                            Probably removed to Portsmouth, R.I. 
                            about 1641. No further record in Massachusetts
                            after 1654. 

MORRIS, Lenora              Wife of Richard. Member church 1630 (Pope). 
                            She was called 'agged and weak' in 1647 
                            (Documentary History, R.I., II, 180). 

MORRIS, Thomas 
Boston                      Probably from Nottingham; died early (Savage). 

MORRIS, Sarah               Wife of Thomas, daughter of William and Anne 
                            Cowlishaw (q.v.). 

MORTON, Mary                She may have come from Colchester and was a
                            servant to Mrs. Downing in 1629 
                            (L. & L. W., 291). Probably the 'Mary M' one 
                            of the servants of Winthrop mentioned in letter
                            to his wife 2 March 1629/30 (ibid.). 
                            Church member No. 86. 

MOULTON, Thomas 
Charlestown                 Origin undetermined. Fisherman and Master of 
                            Ralph Glover's boat 3 Nov 1630 (M.C.R., I, 82). 
                            Deposed 4 (4) 1639, aged 30 (b. 1609). 

MOULTON, Jane               Wife of Thomas. Deposed 1654 aged 45 (b. 1609). 

MOUSALL, Ralph 
Charlestown                 Probably from London. Recorded as 
                            Freeman 18 May 1631 as 'Rafe Mushell' 
                            (M.C.R., I, 366). Deposed 1663 aged 67 
                            (b. 1596). Died 27 March 1665. 
                            [see also Great Migration Begins, Anderson
                            vol II p.1310: has death 30 April 1657; 
                            will dated 13 April 1657]. 

MOUSALL, Alice              Wife of Ralph (Pope). 

MUNT, Thomas 
Boston                      Probably from Colchester, Essex, or vicinity.
                            Mason; apprentice to Richard Garrett (Winthrop) 
                            (Suffolk Deeds III). He died in 1664. 

MUNT, Dorothy               Wife of Thomas. She died 28 (12) 1639. 

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NASH, Gregory 
Charlestown                 Died 1630 (Ch.Ch.Rec.). 

NASH, _______               Wife of Gregory. Died 1630. (Ch.Ch.Rec.). 

NEEDHAM, Ann                Member church 1630, No. 100. Nothing further 
                            is known of her or of her relationship 
                            to others of the name living in the Colony. 

NICOLLS, ____               In Gov Winthrop's list. No further record. 
                            Died or returned. 

NOWELL, Increase 
Charlestown                 From Trinity the Less, Minories, London.
                            Although an Assistant he did not apply for 
                            freeman with the rest and was not elected 
                            until 25 May 1636 (M.C.R., I, 372). 
                            Member of First Church, No. 5. Died 1 Nov 1655. 

NOWELL, Parnell (Gray) Parker Wife of Increase. 
                              Member of First Church, No. 13. She died 
                              25 March 1687 aged 84. She was of a Harwich,
                              Essex family. 

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ODLIN, John See AUDLEY. 

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PAGE, John 
Watertown                   From Dedham, Essex (Wheeler, History of
                            Stonington, 502). Applied freeman 19 Oct 1630
                            (M.C.R., I, 79). Freeman 18 May 1631
                            (ibid., I, 366). Died 18 Dec 1676 aged about 90
                            (b. 1586). 

PAGE, Phebe (Paine)         Wife of John. Died 25 Sept 1677, aged about 87.
                            (Hammond Gen., I, 59). 

PAGE, John                  Son of John. Freeman 8 Oct 1640 
                            (M.C.R., I, 378). 

PAGE, Daniel                Son of John (Pope). 

PAINTER, Thomas             Juryman 28 Sept 1630 (M.C.R., I, 78).
                            Freeman 12 Oct 1640 (ibid., I, 378). 
                            He became an Anabaptist (Winthrop). 

PAINTER, Katherine          Wife of Thomas. She died 1641 (Pope).

PALMER, Abraham 
Charlestown                 From Canterbury, Kent (Banks MSS). Merchant.
                            Died at Barbados about 1653. 

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PALMER, Grace               Wife of Abraham. Died Dec 1660. (Pope).

PALSFORD, Edward            His passage money of 5 pounds was paid,
                            but nothing more is known of him. Either died
                            or returned (L. & L. W., 22 March 1629/30).

PALSGRAVE, Richard 
Charlestown                 Descent claimed from a Norfolk 
                            family Probably from London. 
                            Applied freeman 19 Oct 1630
                            (M.C.R., I, 80); Freeman 18 May 1631 
                            (ibid., I, 366). Member of First Church No. 105.
                            Physician Died between June and October 1651.

PALSGRAVE, Anne             Wife of Richard. 
                            Member of First Church, No. 106.
                            She returned to Stepney, England before 1656
                            but came back to New England where she 
                            died 17 (11) 1669, aged 75 (Pope). 

PALSGRAVE, John             Son of Richard (Pope). 

PALSGRAVE, Anna             Daughter of Richard (Pope). 

PALSGRAVE, Mary             Daughter of Richard (Pope). 

PALSGRAVE, Sarah            Daughter of Richard (Pope). 

PARKE, Robert               Probably from Bures, co. Suffolk, or vicinity.
                            Born about 1585. Came in Arbella
                            (Stiles, History of Wethersfield). He married
                            (2) Mrs. Alice Thompson, widow of John of
                            Preston, co. Northants. May be re- lated to
                            Edward Parke who called Winthrop 'cousin'
                            (see G.R., XL, 38; XLIX, 455. Also Parke Gen.).

PARKE, Martha (Chaplin)     Wife of Robert (History of Wethersfield). 

PARKE, Thomas               Son of Robert. He married Dorothy Thompson, 
                            daughter of his father's second wife, and 
                            lived in Stonington and New London. 

PARKE, _____                Child of Robert (History of Wethersfield). 

PARKE, _____                Child of Robert (History of Wethersfield). 

PARKE, _____                Child of Robert (History of Wethersfield). 

PARKER, Robert 
Boston                      Perhaps from Manchester, co. Lancaster.
                            Savage (III, 355) thinks from Woolpit, Suffolk. 
                            Deposed 1670 aged 66. Servant to Wm. Aspinwall. 
                            Admitted church 9 (1) 1634 

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                            Freeman 4 March 1634/5 (M.C.R., I, 370). 
                            Removed to Cambridge. Married Judith, widow of 
                            Richard Bugby, who died 1682 aged 80. 
                            He died 21 March 1685, aged about 82 years. 

PATRICK, Captain Daniel 
Watertown                   Freeman 18 May 1631 (M.C.R., I, 366). 
                            One of the military officers employed by the 
                            Company. Formerly served in Holland. 
                            Removed to Connecticut where he was killed 
                            about March 1643. 

PATRICK _______             Wife of Daniel. She was a Dutch woman
                            (Winthrop). 

PELHAM, William 
Boston                      Applied freeman 19 Oct 1630. (M.C.R., I, 79). 
                            No record of election as freeman. 
                            Removed to Sudbury. Captain 1645. 

PEMBERTON, James 
Charlestown                 Origin undetermined but probably from Essex. 
                            Freeman 19 Oct 1630 (M.C.R., I, 80). 
                            He died 5 Feb 1661/2. 

PEMBERTON, Alice            Wife of James. 

PEMBERTON, John             Brother of James. Member church 1632 (Pope). 
                            Freeman 1 April 1634 (M.C.R., I, 368). 
                            Returned to England and died in 1654 
                            at Lawford, co. Essex (G.R., XXXIX, 61). 

PEMBERTON, Elizabeth        Wife of John (Pope). 

PENN, James 
Boston                      Probably from London. Appointed a beadle to 
                            attend the Governor 23 Aug 1630 
                            (M.C.R., I, 74). Applied freeman 19 Oct 1630 
                            (ibid., I, 79). Will 29 (7) 1671; 
                            probated 23 (8) 1671. 
                            Member church 1630, No. 31. 

PENN, Katherine             Wife of James. Member church, No. 32.
                            Will 25 Oct 1679 (Suffolk Probate). 

PENN, William 
Charlestown                 From Birmingham, co. Warwick 
                            (Massachusetts Archives, VIII, 92). 
                            Removed to Braintree. Shoemaker 
                            (Ch.Ch. Rec., 3). 

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PENNIMAN, James 
Boston                      From Widford, co. Essex. 
                            Member church, No. 117.
                            Freeman 6 March 1631/2 (M.C.R., I, 367). 
                            Removed to Braintree. He died 26 (10) 1664. 

PENNIMAN, Lydia             Wife of James. Sister of John Eliot. 
                            She m. (2) Thomas Wight. 
                            Member church, No. 118.
Note James and Lydia PENNIMAN are on this List.
However they came on the Lyon in 1631
not a part of the Winthrop Fleet.
this correction is from Carol Taylor member of the Winthrop Society
and the Archivist for the Penniman Family North America


PERRY, Isaac                Origin not determined. 
                            Member church 1630, No. 119. 
                            Freeman 6 March 1631/2 (M.C.R., I, 367). 
                            No further record. 

PETERS, (Pettit), Anne      'Received from Salem.' 
                            Member church 1630, No. 104. 
                            From Saffron Walden. 

PHILLIPS, Rev. George 
Watertown                   A native of Raynham, co. Norfolk,
                            but at time of emigration was 
                            preaching at Boxford, Suffolk. 
                            Died 1 July 1644 (M.C.R., I, 73). 

PHILLIPS, _____             Wife of Rev. George Phillips. She was 
                            daughter of Richard Sergeant. 
                            Died 1630 (Dudley Letter). 

PHILLIPS, Samuel            Son of Rev. George Phillips (Bond). 

PHILLIPS, Abigail           Daughter of Rev. George Phillips (Bond). 

PHILLIPS, Elizabeth         Daughter of Rev. George Phillips (Bond). 

PHILLIPS, John 
Dorchester                  Applied freeman 19 Oct 1630 (M.C.R., I, 80). 
                            Freeman 7 Aug 1632 (ibid., I, 367). 
                            Removed to Boston. Died 1683. 

PHILLIPS, Joan              Wife of John. Died 1675 aged 80 (gravestone). 

PHILLIPS, John 
Boston                      Another of the name; came over as a servant 
                            and was released from apprenticeship the first 
                            year; removed to Plymouth where his Master 
                            sold his time to another (?) 
                            (Drake, History of Boston, 132); probably 
                            identical with John Phillips, later of Duxbury, 
                            where he lived and died in 1691, aged 89 years 
                            (Pope).

PICKERING, John 
Cambridge                   Probably from Suffolk, Sudbury district. 
                            Before Court Sept 1630 (M.C.R., I, 77). 

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PICKERING, Esther           Wife of John. 

PICKERING, George           Son of John. 

PICKERING, John Jr.         Son of John. 

PICKERING, Joan             Daughter of John. 

PICKWORTH, John             Origin unknown; came as a servant and was
                            released during the famine period; 
                            removed to Plymough and married 
                            (G.R., II, 243). 

PIERCE, John 
Dorchester                  Cooper. Freeman 18 May, 1631 
                            (M.C.R., I, 366). He died 1661 (Pope). 

PIERCE, Parnell             Wife of John. Died Oct 1639 (Pope). 

PIERCE, Experience          Daughter of John (Pope). 

PIERCE, Mercy               Daughter of John (Pope). 

PIERCE, Samuel              Son of John (Pope). 

PLAISTOW, Josiah, gentleman 
Boston                      From Ramsden Crays, Essex. 
                            Sent back to England 1 March 1630/1. 
                            (M.C.R., I, 82). 

POLLARD, Mrs. Anne          See Appendix E. 

POND, John 
Boston                      From Groton, Suffolk (Winthrop MSS.). 
                            Returned to England. 

POND, Robert 
Dorchester                  From Groton, Suffolk (Winthrop MSS.). 
                            Carpenter. Died 1637. 

POND, Mary                  Wife of Robert. She married (2) John Blackman. 

PORTER, John 
Roxbury                     Perhaps from Bromfield, Essex. (Banks MSS.). 
                            Freeman 5 November 1633 (M.C.R. I, 368). 
                            Removed to Boston and allied himself with the 
                            supporters of Mrs. Hutchinson and Wheelwright
                            and soon removed to Rhode Island (1638) 
                            settling at Newport. Assistant 1641 was of 
                            Portsmouth 1655 and Wickford 1674 
                            (Hazard, II, 612). 

PORTER, Margaret            Wife of John. 

PORTER, _____               Child of John. 

PORTER, _____               Child of John. 

PORTER, _____               Child of John. 

PORTER, _____               Child of John. 

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PRATT, Dr. Abraham 
Roxbury                     Came from London. Had served as surgeon in
                            Holland with English Army. Juror 1630 
                            (M.C.R., I, 77). Applied freeman 19 Oct 1630 
                            (M.C.R., I, 80). He and his wife were lost 
                            at sea off the coast of Spain in 1644. 

PRATT, Jane                 Wife of Abraham (Pope). 

PYNCHON, William, gentleman 
Dorchester                  From Writtle, co. Essex. Founder of Springfield
                            which he named for a parish adjoining his 
                            ancestral home. Returned to England in 1662 
                            and died there (M.C.R., I, 73). Although an 
                            Assistant he was not in sympathy with the 
                            Puritan rule and a book he had written on a 
                            theoligical subject was burned in the Public 
                            Square in 1651 at Boston. 

PYNCHON, Agnes              Wife of William. Died 1630 (Dudley Letter). 

PYNCHON, John               Son of William. 

PYNCHON, Anne               Daughter of William. (G.R., LXXV, 236). 

PYNCHON, Mary               Daughter of William. (G.R. LXXV, 236). 

PYNCHON, Margaret           Daughter of William. (G.R. LXXV, 236).

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RAINSFORD, Edward           Cooper, merchant. Freeman 17 April 1637 
                            (M.C.R., I, 373). Member church 1630, No. 62. 
                            Deposed 29 (10) 1671, aged about 60 years. 
                            The English historian of this family has not 
                            identified him. 

RAINSFORD, _____            Wife of Edward. Died June 1632 (Pope). 

RATCLIFFE, Philip 
Salem                       Probably from London, a servant of Craddock. 
                            For 'malicious speeches' against government 
                            convicted 14 June, 1631; to have ears cut off 
                            (M.C.R., I, 88). Roger Clapp said he saw the 
                            execution of this barbarous sentence (Memoirs). 

RAWLINS, Thomas 
Roxbury                     Probably from Essex (vicinity of Nazing) 
                            where the name is very common. Carpenter. 
                            Applied freeman 19 Oct 1630; 
                            Freeman 18 May 1631 (M.C.R., I, 80, 366). 
                            Died 15 March 1660. 

RAWLINS, Mary               Wife of Thomas. Died 1639 (Eliot). 

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RAWLINS, Thomas Jr          Son of Thomas (Pope). 

RAWLINS, Nathaniel          Son of Thomas (Pope). 

RAWLINS, John               Son of Thomas (Pope). 

RAWLINS, Joan               Daughter of Thomas (Pope). 

RAWLINS, Mary               Daughter of Thomas (Pope). 

READE, Thomas 
Salem                       From Wickford, Essex. Juror 28 Sept 1630. 
                            (M.C.R., I, 78). Freeman 1 April 1634. 
                            (ibid., I, 368). He returned to England.

READE, Priscilla            Wife of Thomas. She was daughter of John Banks
                            of Maidstone, Kent. 

READING, Joseph 
Boston                      Origin undetermined. Member church, No. 95. 
                            Removed to Cambridge 1633 and later to 
                            Ipswich where he died 1681. 

READING, Miles              Origin undetermined. Cooper. 
                            Freeman 14 May 1634 (M.C.R., I, 368). 
                            Member church No. 82.  Died 1671.

REEDER, ______              In Gov. Winthrop's list. No further record. 
                            Died or returned. 

REVELL, John                From London. Fishmonger. Assistant. 
                            Returned in the Lyon 1630 (Winthrop); 
                            (Dudley Letter). 

REYNOLDS, Robert 
Boston                      Probably from Boxford, co. Suffolk. 
                            Born about 1580 (Gen. of Robert Reynolds, 7). 
                            Cordwainer. First mentioned 1632. 
                            Admitted church 1634. 
                            Freeman 3 Sept 1634 (M.C.R., I, 369). 

REYNOLDS, Mary              Wife of Robert. 

REYNOLDS, Nathaniel         Son of Robert. 

REYNOLDS, Ruth              Daughter of Robert. 

REYNOLDS, Tabitha           Daughter of Robert. 

REYNOLDS, Sarah             Daughter of Robert. 

RICHARDSON, Ezekiel 
Charlestown                 From Westmill, co. Herts. Planter. 
                            Freeman 18 May 1631 (M.C.R., I, 366). 
                            Died 21 Oct 1647. (Ch.Ch.Rec., 3). 

RICHARDSON, Susanna         Wife of Ezekiel. She married (2) Henry Brookes 
                            (Pope). 

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ROYSE (Ryse), Robert 
Boston                      Possibly from Exning, Suffolk. 
                            No. 137 in church list of 1630. 
                            Freeman 1 April 1634 (M.C.R., I, 368). 

ROYSE (Ryse), Elizabeth     Wife of Robert. 

RUGGLES, John               Probably from Glemsford, Suffolk. 
                            Church member No. 129 Boston. 
                            Freeman July 1632 (M.C.R., I, 367). 

RUGGLES, Frances            WIfe of John. Church member No. 37 in 1630. 

RUGGLES, _____              Daughter of John. Died 1631. 
                            (Prince, II, 17, 69). 

RUGGLES, Jeffrey            From Sudbury, Suffolk. 'died soon' 
                            (Ch.Ch.Rec.). 

RUGGLES, Margaret           Wife of Jeffrey. Church member No. 47 
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SALES, John                 From Lavenham, co. Suffolk. 
                            Member church 1630, No. 21. (Ch.Ch.Rec., 3). 

SALES, ____                 Wife of John. 

SALES, Phebe                Daughter of John (Pope). 

SALTONSTALL, Sir Richard 
Watertown                   Of the family of Saltonstall of Yorkshire, 
                            but came from London. 
                            Freeman 18 May, 1631 (M.C.R., I, 73). 
                            He returned to England. 

SALTONSTALL, Richard, Jr.   Son of Sir Richard. (Winthrop). 

SALTONSTALL, Samuel         Son of Sir Richard. (Winthrop). 

SALTONSTALL, Robert         Son of Sir Richard. (Winthrop). 

SALTONSTALL, Rosamond       Daughter of Sir Richard. (Winthrop). 

SALTONSTALL, Grace          Daughter of Sir Richard (Winthrop). 

SAMPSON, Robert             From Kersey, Suffolk. He either died 
                            or returned, probably the former 
                            (L. & L.W., I, 68). 

SANFORD, John 
Boston                      From Essex county, perhaps High Ongar.
                            Merchant. Church member No. 115. 
                            Freeman April 1632. (M.C.R., I, 367).
                            Removed to Rhode Island. 

SAXTON, Rev. Giles 
Charlestown                 From Yorkshire (Magnalia, III, 214, and
                            Lechford P.D.). Juror Sept 1630 (M.C.R., I, 77).
                            Freeman 18 May 1631 (ibid., I, 366). 
                            Probably returned to England. 

SCOTT, Robert 
Boston                      Probably from London (servant of John Sanford);
                            admitted church 15 Dec 1633; haberdasher. 
                            Freeman 10 Sept 1636 (M.C.R., I, 372); 
                            died 1653 (G.L.). 

SEAMAN, John 
Watertown                   Probably from Suffolk, but Genealogy states
                            born in Essex (Seaman Gen., 13). 

SEELY, Robert 
Watertown                   Origin undetermined. 
                            Applied freeman 19 Oct 1630 (M.C.R., I, 80). 
                            Freeman 18 May 1631 (M.C.R., I, 366). 
                            Removed to Wethersfield, New Haven, 
                            Saybrook, and Stratford, Conn., and 
                            New York in succession, dying in 1668 
                            in the latter place (Savage). 

SERGEANT, _____             This name appears in Winthrop's list, but no 
                            further record has been found. No person of 
                            this name is known to have come to New England
                            as early as 1630, and it is possible that 
                            Winthrop meant to designate 'Sergeant' Robert
                            Lockwood by his title as the name appears next 
                            to the one believed to refer to Edmond Lockwood 
                            (see under Lockwood). 

SHARP, Robert 
Boston                      Probably from Roxwell, Essex. Lived near the 
                            Neck (G.L.). No further record; probably died 
                            early or returned to England. 

SHARPE, Thomas 
Boston                      From London. Leather-seller. 
                            Member of church, No. 6. His house burned 
                            16 March 1630/1 (Winthrop). 
                            Returned to England. 

SHARPE, _____               Wife of Thomas. 

SHARPE, _____               Daughter of Thomas. Died 3 Jan 1630/1. 

SHARPE, Thomas              Son of Thomas. 

SHUT, ____                  Sent back to England 1 March 1630/1 
                            (M.C.R., I, 82). 

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SIMPSON, ____               In Winthrop's list, but nothing further known
                            of him. 

SMEAD, ____                 From Coggeshall, Essex. No further record. 
                            Probably died soon. 

SMEAD, Judith               Wife of ____Smead. Sister of Israel Stoughton 
                            (Savage). 

SMEAD, William              Son of Mrs. Judith Smead (Savage). 

SMITH, ____                 From Buxhall, Suffolk. 'Died soon' (L. &L.W.). 

SMITH, ____                 Wife of preceding (L. & L.W.). 

SMITH, ____                 Child of preceding. 'Died soon' (ibid.). 

SMITH, ____                 Child of preceding. 'Died soon' (ibid.). 

SMYTH, Francis 
Roxbury                     Perhaps from Dunmow, co. Essex. Cardmaker. 
                            Juror 1630 (M.C.R., I, 77). 
                            Freeman 18 May 1631 (ibid., I, 366). 

SMYTH, ____                 Wife of Francis. She was buried 15 March 1639 
                            (Pope). 

SQUIRE, Thomas 
Charlestown                 Probably from London. 
                            Freeman 14 May 1634 (M.C.R., I, 368). 
                            Church member 1630, No. 83. 

STEARNS, Isaac 
Watertown                   From Stoke Nayland, Suffolk. Tailor. 
                            Freeman 18 May 1631. (M.C.R., I, 366). 
                            Died 19 June 1671 (M.C.R., I, 86). 

STEARNS, Mary (Barker)      Wife of Isaac. Daughter of John Barker 
                            of Stoke Nayland. (Bond). 

STEARNS, John               Son of Isaac (Bond). 

STEARNS, Abigail            Daughter of Isaac (Bond). 

STEARNS, Elizabeth          Daughter of Isaac (Bond). 

STEARNS, Hannah             Daughter of Isaac (Bond). 

STEARNS, Mary               Daughter of Isaac (Bond). 

STILEMAN, Elias 
Salem                       From St. Andrew Undershaft, London, where he
                            married Judith Adams 28 Aug 1614. 
                            Freeman 3 July 1632 (M.C.R., I, 367). 

STILEMAN, Judith (Adams)    Wife of Elias. 

STILEMAN, Elias, Jr         Son of above, 1616. 

STOUGHTON, Israel 
Dorchester                  From Coggeshall, Essex. Was opposed to the rule
                            of Winthrop and disfranchised for writing an

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                            heretical book. Returned to England and fought 
                            under Cromwell in the Civil War, with the rank 
                            of Lieutenant Colonel in Rainsborough's 
                            regiment. (Savage). He died 1644 at Lincoln. 

STOUGHTON, Elizabeth        Wife of Israel. 

STOUGHTON, Thomas 
Dorchester                  From Coggeshall, Essex. Brother of Israel. 
                            Constable 28 Sept 1630. Applied freeman 
                            19 Oct 1630 (M.C.R., I, 80); Freeman 18 May 1631
                            (ibid., 366). Married to Mrs. Margaret 
                            Huntington, widow of Simon Huntington, in 1635.
                            He removed to Windsor, Conn. where he died 
                            in 1642. 

STOUGHTON, _____            Wife of Thomas (Savage). 

SUMNER, William 
Dorchester                  Born in Bicester, co. Oxford. 
                            Baptized 27 Jan 1604/5. Son of Roger and
                            Joan (Franklin) Sumner. 
                            Died 9 Dec 1688. (Genealogy). 

SUMNER, Mary (West)         Wife of William. Married 22 Oct 1625.
                            Died 7 June 1676 (Pope). 

SUMNER, William, Jr.        Son of William. (Pope). 

SWADDON, Philip 
Watertown                   One of his name was living in Hilmarton, 
                            Wiltshire, 1620. (P.C.C., 23, Soame). 
                            Servant to Robert Seely but purchased his 
                            freedom 1631 and removed to Kittery, Maine. 
                            He was born 1600 and was living in 1673. 

SWANSON, Anna               Member First Church, No. 141. 

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TALMADGE, William 
Boston                      From Newton Stacey, co. Hants. Carpenter. 
                            Freeman 14 May 1634. (M.C.R., I, 369). 
                            Member First Church, No. 59. Removed to Lynn. 

TALMADGE, ____              Wife of William. Died early (Pope). 

TAYLOR, Gregory 
Watertown                   Member First Church 1630, No. 76. 
                            Freeman 14 May 1634 (M.C.R., I, 369). 
                            Removed to Stamford, Conn. where he died 1657. 

TAYLOR,                     Achsah Wife of Gregory (Bond). 

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TAYLOR, John 
Boston                      From Haverhill Suffolk (L. & L.W.). 
                            Applied freeman 19 Oct 1630; 
                            Freeman 18 May 1631 (M.C.R., I, 80, 366).
                            Removed to Lynn. 

TAYLOR, ____                Wife of John. Died soon after arrival 
                            (L. & L.W.)

TAYLOR, ____                Child of John. Died soon. (L. & L.W.). 

TIMEWELL, William           Returned to England in 1630 (Winthrop MSS.). 

TOMLINS, Edward 
Lynn                        From London. Freeman 18 May 1631 
                            (M.C.R., I, 366). Was deputy and Clerk 
                            of the Writs (Savage). 

TURNER, Nathaniel 
Saugus                      Probably from London. 
                            Applied freeman 19 Oct 1630
                            (M.C.R., I, 79); Freeman 3 July 1632 
                            (M.C.R., I, 367). Removed to New Haven. 
                            Captain, deputy. 

TURNER, Robert              Probably from Southwark, Surrey, the origin 
                            of his master Edward Bendall; 
                            admitted church 8 Sept 1633; 
                            Freeman 4 March 1633/4 (M.C.R., I, 368); 
                            innholder; died 1664. 

TYNDAL, Arthur 
Boston                      Son of Sir John Tyndal. From Great Maplestead, 
                            Essex (L. & L.W., I, 17). Brother-in-law to
                            Gov. Winthrop. Returned in Lyon 1631 
                            (ibid., II, 36). 

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UNDERHILL, John 
Boston                      Came directly from Holland where he had been
                            a captain in the military service, but probably
                            from Kenilworth, co. Warwick.
                            Freeman 18 May 1634 (M.C.R., I, 75). 

UNDERHILL, Helen            Wife of Capt John Underhill (Winthrop). 
                            She was a Dutch woman, living in Gornichem, 
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VASSALL, William            Assistant. From Prittlewell, Essex. 
                            Returned to England with the Lyon, 1631 
                            (Dudley Letter). He came again in 1635, 
                            settling at Scituate, but was soon out of 
                            sympathy with the intolerant religious 
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                            practices of the Winthrop government. 
                            Went to England to get relief but failed. 
                            He died 1655/6 at Barbadoes. 

VASSALL, Anne               Wife of William. Daughter of George King
                            of Cold Norton, Essex (G.R., LXXV, 236). 

VASSALL, Judith             Child of William. 

VASSALL, Francis            Child of William. 

VASSALL, John               Child of William. 

VASSALL, Anne               Child of William. 

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WADE, (Thomas)              Probably the person of this name
                            of Northampton who was an Adventurer
                            of the Massachusetts Bay Company and 
                            came over to visit the country, returning 
                            with the Fleet. His stock in the Company 
                            was claimed by members of his family. 
                            (Savage, IV, 377). 

WALKER, Robert 
Boston                      From Manchester, England. Linen weaver. 
                            Born 1601. Deposed 1679, aged 78 years. 
                            Member church, No. 131 (Sewall). 
                            Freeman 19 May 1634 (M.C.R., I, 369). 
                            Died 29 May 1687. 

WALKER, Sarah               Wife of Robert. 

WALL, ____                  In Winthrop's list. Returned with family (W). 

WALL, ____                  Wife of preceding. 

____, ____                  Servant of Mr. Wall.

WARD, Thomas 
Dedham                      Probably from Bedingham, co. Norfolk. 
                            Juror 28 Sept 1630 (M.C.R., I, 78). 

WARREN, John 
Watertown                   From Nayland, Suffolk (Stone Gen., 43). 
                            Freeman 18 May 1631 (M.C.R., I, 366). 
                            Born 1585; died 13 (10) 1667 (W). 

WARREN, Margaret            Wife of John. Died 6 Nov 1662. 

WATERBURY, William 
Boston                      From Sudbury, co. Suffolk. 
                            Member First Church, No. 35. 

WATERBURY, Alice            Wife of William. Member First Church, No. 36. 

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WATERS, John 
Charlestown                 From Nayland, Suffolk. 
                            Member First Church, No. 23.
                            Died soon. Winthrop called him
                            'my old servant' 
                            (Winthrop MSS., W. 7a 47). 

WATERS, Frances             Wife of John. Member First Church, No. 24. 
                            Died soon. 

WATERS, Mary                Daugthter of John. Died soon 
                            (L. & L.W., II 54). 

WATERS, ____                Child of John (ibid.). 

WATERS, ____                Child of John (ibid.). 

WEAVER, ____                Sent back to England 1631 (M.C.R., I, 82). 

WEBB, Richard 
Cambridge                   From Mayland, Suffolk. 
                            Freeman November 1632 (M.C.R., I, 367). 
                            Removed to Hartford. 

WEBB, Elizabeth             Wife of Richard. Member church, No. 120. 

WEED, Jonas 
Watertown                   Origin undetermined. 
                            Freeman 18 May 1631 (M.C.R., I, 366). 
                            Removed to Wethersfield, 1636, Stamford, 1642 
                            and Southhampton, Long Island, 1657, 
                            where he died. 

WEILLUST, Joist 
Boston                      Probably from Holland. Surveyor of Ordnance 
                            and cannonier. In June 1632 he was allowed
                            five pounds towards the cost of transportation 
                            'into his owne country' (M.C.R., I, 97). 

WELDON, Robert 
Charlestown                 Captain in the military service. 
                            Died 16 Feb 1630/1 and was given a military 
                            funeral (Dudley Letter). 

WELDON, Elizabeth           Wife of Captain Robert Weldon. 
                            Member of First Church No. 91. 
                            Marked 'gone to Watertown.' 

WESTON, Francis 
Salem                       Origin undetermined. Freeman 5 Nov 1633 
                            (M.C.R., I, 368). Became an adherent to 
                            Mrs. Anne Hutchinson and was banished. 
                            Removed to Rhode Island. Richard 
                            Harcourt of Warwick, R.I., called Francis 
                            Weston and his wife, 'my uncle and aunt' 
                            (Documentary History, R.I.). 

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WESTON, Margaret            Wife of Francis. 

WESTON, Lucy                Daughter of Francis. Married John
                            Pease of Salem and Edgartown, Mass. 
                            (Banks, History of Martha's Vineyard, 
                            I, 89-103; II, 91-103). 

WILBORE, Samuel 
Boston                      Perhaps from London. Freeman 3 March 1633/4 
                            (M.C.R., I, 368). He became an adherent of 
                            Mrs. Anne Hutchinson, was disarmed and 
                            removed to Rhode Island 

WILBORE, Anne               Wife of Samuel. 

WILKINSON, Prudence 
Charlestown                 A widow. Origin unknow, but probably came 
                            with some relative not identified 
                            (Charlestown Town Rec.). 
                            Her will dated 9 Feb 1655/6. 

WILKINSON, Sarah            Daughter of Widow Prudence. 
                            Married William Bucknam. 

WILKINSON, Elizabeth        Daughter of Widow Prudence. 
                            Married George Felt (Felt Genealogy). 

WILLIAMS, Thomas 
Charlestown                 Origin undetermined. Juror 18 Sept 1630
                            (M.C.R., I, 78). Ferryman. Freeman 18 May 1631
                            (M.C.R., I, 366). No further definite record. 

WILLIAMS, Thomas            alias Harris May be identical with preceding,
                            but nothing further is positively known of
                            him except that he applied for 
                            freeman 19 Oct 1630 (M.C.R., I, 80). 
                            See Harris. 

WILLIAMS, Robert            Perhaps son of Thomas; granted ferry license
                            1641. (M.C.R., I, 341). 

WILSBY, _____               In Winthrop's list, but no further record. 

WILSON, John 
Boston                      Clergyman (M.C.R., I, 73). Son of Rev. William
                            Wilson, Canon of St George's Chapel, Windsor, 
                            but came from Sudbury, co. Suffolk. Pastor of 
                            the First Church, Boston. 

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WILTON, David               Mentioned 1632. Removed to Windsor, Conn., 
                            where he died 5 Feb 1677/8. 
                            Freeman 11 June 1633 (M.C.R., I, 368). 

WING, Elizabeth             Member church, No. 143. 

WINTHROP, John 
Boston                      The Governor. From Groton, co. Suffolk. 

WINTHROP, Henry             Son of Gov. Winthrop. Drowned at Salem
                            2 July 1630. 

WINTHROP, Stephen           Son of Gov. Winthrop. (G.R., LXXV, 236). 

WINTHROP, Samuel            Son of Gov, Winthrop. (G.R., LXXV, 236). 

                            Eight servants of Gov. Winthrop, names unknown)
                            Winthrop Journal, 1853, I. 455). 

WOODS, William 
Boston                      Not identified and origin unknown. 
                            Freeman 18 May 1631. (M.C.R., I, 366). 
                            In Winthrop's list. 

WOOLRICH, John 
Charlestown                 Probably from London. 
                            Applied freeman 19 Oct 1630. (M.C.R., I, 80). 
                            Freeman 4 March 1633/4 (M.C.R., I, 368). 

WOOLRICH, Sarah             Wife of John. Member of First Church, No. 58. 
                            She married (2) William Ayre. 

WORMEWOOD, ____             Sent back to England 1 March 1630/1 
                            (M.C.R., I, 82). 

WRIGHT, Richard 
Boston                      Probably from Ratcliffe, Stepney, London. 
                            Member First Church, No. 89. Servant of 
                            John Humfrey (L. & L.W.). 
                             Freeman 14 May 1634 (M.C.R., I, 369). 

WRIGHT, Margaret            Wife of Richard. Married 8 Jan 1625/6 
                            at Stepney. Member of First Church, No. 99. 

WRIGHT, Eleanor             Daughter of Richard. Testified 29 Dec 1701
                            aged 80 years that she came over with her

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                            father, Richard Wright, in the first ship,
                            to Boston, when she was 9 or 10 years
                            old. She married Richard Clarke. 

WRIGHT, Robert              Citizen and merchant tailor from London. 
                            Sent back under arrest in ship Lyon April 
                            1631 for 'treason' and 'clipping coins'. 
                            (Suffolk Court Files, XLV, 12). 
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Transcribed by Janice Farnsworth March 2001

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