Mary and John 1630 Passengers

By Charles Edward Banks

Passengers of the Mary and John in 1630, Appendix B from The Winthrop Fleet of 1630, An Account of the Vessels, the Voyage, the Passengers and their English Homes from Original Authorities.

The list shows the names of heads of families and the number in each family sailing in this ship. It gives the county of origin and the place of settlement after arrival, with other notes of identification.

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Names in this online transcription include Baskom, Clapp, Cooke, Densow, Drake, Duncan, Dyer, Ford, Gallop, Gaylord, Gibbs, Gillett, Greenway, Hannum, Hill, Holman, Hoskins, Hull, Lovell, Ludlow, Maverick, Moore, Phelps, Pinney, Pomeroy, Richards, Rockwell, Rossiter, Southcote, Sylvester, Terry, Tilley, Upsall, Warham, Way, Williams, Wolcott.

Labels: Immigration & Passenger Lists

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