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The English origins of the Mary & John passengers
Ann Natalie Hansen
|Statement||Ann Natalie Hansen .|
|LC Classifications||F74.D5 H28 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||122 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||122|
|LC Control Number||84071841|
About the Ship Mary and John It Carried Phelps' from England to the Colonies. On 20 March , as part of what was later described as the Great Migration, the ship Mary & John sailed from Plymouth, England, with passengers. The families were all recruited by the Rev. John . Mary & John The following Lists of New England Emigrants are from Her Majesty's State Paper Office. Lorine's Note: This set of records consists of various passenger lists, names of individuals ready to sail to New England, and names of those taking the Oath of Allegiance (in preparation for sailing).It is not always obvious when each ship left.
English origins. Hopkins was baptized 30 April at Upper Clatford, Hampshire, England, the son of John Hopkins and Elizabeth Williams. He died between 6 June and 17 July Not much is known about his early life in Hampshire, but his family appears to have removed to Winchester, Hampshire, by His father died there in , and by he had moved to Hursley, Hampshire. Important Note: The origins of William White in England were just recently discovered in in a collaborative research project by Caleb Johnson, Sue Allan, and Simon results of this research were published in the following peer-reviewed genealogical articles: Caleb Johnson, Sue Allan and Simon Neal, "The English Origin and Kinship of Mayflower Passengers William White and Dorothy.
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Nearly all of the Mary and John passengers came from the West Country counties of Somerset, Dorset, Devon, and West Country towns of Dorchester, Bridport, Crewkerne and Exeter.
The passengers of the Mary and John founded one of the first towns in New England, Dorchester, Massachusetts in and also founded the town of Windsor, Connecticut five years later in : Search for the Passengers of the Mary and John, Passengers and Their Children (): Spear, Burton W.: Books.
Search for the Passengers of the Mary & John,Volumes Burton W. Spear Snippet view - Search for the Passengers of the Mary & John,Volumes The Passengers by John Marrs paints a scary picture of the future and I began to wonder whether this could actually happen one day as driverless cars become more advanced.
As I read it reminded me of those debates we had at school – about a hot air balloon which is losing height rapidly and will soon crash because it is s: 'English immigrant ship Mary and John - Voyage to America The Mary and John made four documented voyages to the New World.
See also Immigrant Ships of New England. The fourth trip of the Mary and John to colonial America began shortly after Ma /4, in Southampton. The master was Robert Sayres (or Sayers).
A number of the passengers played significant roles in the founding. An official passenger list for the Mary and John has never been found. Offers paper volumes of research on the topic, videos and photo books.
The "Mary and John" would have been similar to this Mayflower~type ship In the year one of my ancestors, Henry Wolcott, emigrated from England to America. Here is the story of his passage. Notes taken from: "The Mary and John II ~ Tour to England " The Mary and John Genealogy Video Series, Volume 2.
The Passengers of the May Flower in [pg 47] Passengers of the Mary and John, p. Passengers For New England,pg Passengers For New England, pg First Settlers of New Hampshire. The names of Stewards and Servants sent b y John Mason, Esq., into this province of New Hampshire.
pg Passengers For Virginia,pg Mary and John was a ton ship that is known to have sailed between England and the American colonies four times from to She was during the later voyages captained by Robert Davies and owned by Roger Ludlow (–), one of the assistants of the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
The ship's first two voyages to North America were to what is now Maine in June and September Search for the Passengers of the Mary and John, by Burton W. Spear, MarchMary & John Clearing House edition, Paperback in English - Rev. ed edition. Dorchester, Dorset. Nearly all of the Mary and John passengers came from the West Country counties of Somerset, Dorset, Devon, and West Country towns of Dorchester, Bridport, Crewkerne and Exeter.
The passengers of the Mary and John founded one of the first towns in. Add to Print List Remove from Print List Notes. Also on title page: The Mary & John Clearing House. Contents: vol. Passengers & their children -- v. Descendants' return to the ancestral homes -.
English Passengers is one of the best novels I have ever read. A story told by multiple narrators, it initially focuses on a Manx smuggling vessel which sets off for England only to get chartered to set sail to Van Diemen's Land (Tasmania) because some crazy reverend is convinced that Van Diemen's Land is the site of the Garden of Eden/5().
Photoreproduced by The Higginson Book Company. Appendix B: Passengers of the Mary and John in See also: Hansen, Ann Natalie. English origins of the "Mary & John" passengers. Columbus, OH: At the Sign of the Cock, Kuhns, Maude Pinney. Mary and John. A story of the founding of Dorchester, Massachusetts, Elder John Strong, for instance, definitely came with the Mary and John passengers inbecause four presidents of the United States are descended from him.
Another passenger list of the Mary and John in was compiled by Charles E. Banks in "The Planters of the Commonwealth" in in honor of the Boston Tercentary (). The ship “Mary and John” sailed Ma from Plymouth, Devon, arrived in Massachusetts Bay in the bounds of the territory of the company headed by Winthrop.
The colonists settled on Dorchester Neck. Here is a partial list of passengers; mostly those who ultimately removed to. Source: Burton W. Spear, Search for the Passengers of the Mary and JohnVolume 12 (Toledo, Ohio: Burton W.
Spear,  [page 72] BLAKE ENGLISH ANCESTRY FROM CHART IN WILTSHIRE. The following BLAKE ancestry was taken from a 4 ft. by 12 ft. chart, on file at the Wiltshire Record Office, in Trowbridge, Wilts., England.
Phelps Arrival in New England from About Researching the Mary and John Origins of the Mary & John Passengers Voyages of the Mary and John to Connecticut Ship Mary and John Passenger List for Ship Mary and John Passenger List for Henry Phelps on the Hercules Voyage of the Hercules in /34 Ship Recovery Voyage to Dorchester /34 Warrent and Order.
The Winthrop fleet of ; an account of the vessels, the voyage, the passengers and their English homes, from original authorities Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., p.
8°. APK Excellent background material on the early emi- grants, giving details of preparations, voyage, origins, etc.Get this from a library! Search for the passengers of the Mary & John, [Burton W Spear].The Abigail of London (Master: Richard Hackwell) sailed from foreign ports, the last being Plymouth, England on June 4, She sailed with about passengers aboard along with livestock.
She arrived in Boston about October 8, with smallpox aboard. Passengers.