The 2nd & 3rd ships to land at Plymouth Colony-The Anne & Little James
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Anne & Little James
The ship Anne arrived the latter part of June, and the Little James a week or ten days later. A number of the passengers were the wives and children of persons already in the Colony. “The ship Anne arrived in Plymouth in July, 1623 accompanied by the Little James, bringing new settlers along with many of the wives and children that had been left behind in Leyden when the Mayflower departed in 1620.” Emigrant Ancestors, John Camden Hotten, 1874
“Built by the Plymouth Adventurers to remain at the Colony___ Burthen: 44 tons” William Peirce, Master Anne Emanuel Althan, Captain Little James John Bridges, Master Little James
Columns represent: Name, Occupation and notes, Last Residence, Place in New Colony they resided
1 Anthony Annable All Saints, Cambridge Scituate 2 Jane Annable wife 3 Sarah Annable daughter 4 Hannah Annable daughter listed only as daughters in Hotten's 5 Edward Bangs shipwright Panfield, Essex Eastham 6 Lydia Bangs wife - not listed in Hotten's 7 Jonathan Bangs son - not listed in Hotten's 8 John Bangs son - not listed in Hotten's 9 Robert Bartlett 10 Fear Brewster daughter of Elder Wm. Brewster 11 Patience Brewster daughter of Elder Wm. Brewster 12* William Bridges London 13 Mary Buckett otherwise listed as Mary Becket 14* Edward Burchere 15* Mrs. Burchere 16 Thomas Clarke 17 Christopher Conant grocer St. Lawrence, London also listed from Holland 18 Hester Cooke wife of Francis 19 Jane Cooke daughter - not listed in Hotten's 20 Jacob Cooke son - not listed in Hotten's 21 Hester Cooke daughter - not listed in Hotten's 22 Anthony Dix 23 John Faunce Purleigh, Essex 24 Manasseh Faunce Not in Planters 25 Elizabeth Flavell wife of Thomas Flavell, who came in the ship Fortune listed as "Goodwife" in Hotten's 26 Edmund Floode 27 Bridget Fuller ? wife of Samuel Fuller, the physician on the ship Mayflower from Leyden 28 Godbert Godbertson hatmaker Leyden - listed as Cuthbert Cuthbertson in Hotten's 29 Sarah Godbertson wife - not in Hotten's 30 Samuel Godbertson son - not in Hotten's 31 Sarah Priest step-daughter - not in Hotten's 32 Mary Priest step-daughter - not in Hotten's 33 Timothy Hatherly feltmaker St. Olaves, Southward 34 William Heard 35 Margaret Hickes wife of Robert Hickes, who came in the ship Fortune 36 Hickes children Samuel and Lydia? - not listed in Planters 37 Mrs. William Hilton wife - William had sent for them before his death 38 Hilton two children William and Mary ? 39 Edward Holman Clapham, Co. Surrey? 40* John Jenney Erected corn mill 1636 Norwich, Norfolk 41* Sarah Jenney wife Monk Soham, Suffolk 42* Samuel Jenney son 43* Abigal Jenney daughter 44* Sarah Jenney daughter 45 Manasseh Kempton Colchester, Essex 46 Robert Long 47 Experience Mitchell Duke's Place, London married Jane Cooke daughter of Francis Cooke of the Mayflower 48* George Morton b. abt 1580, England married 1612, Leyden, Holland to Juliana Carpenter, June 1624, Plymouth, Plymouth, Mass merchant Harworth, Co. Notts - listed in Planters with wife but no children 49* Juliana Morton wife 50* Nathaniel Morton became Secretary of the Colony 51* Morton 4 other children John, Ephraim, Patience, Sarah ? 52 Thomas Morton, Jr. son of Thomas who came in the ship Fortune 53 Ellen Newton 54 John Oldham 55 Mrs. Oldham wife - Not in Hotten's 56 Lucretia Oldham sister - Not in Hotten's 57 Frances Palmer wife of William Palmer who came in the ship Fortune 58 William Palmer Jr. son 59 Christian Penn not listed in Planters 60 Abraham Pierce not listed in Planters 61 & 62 Mr. Pierce's two servants. names not indicated 63 Joshua Pratt 64 James Rand St. George, Southwark 65 Robert Rattliffe Ratcliff in Planters 66 Mrs. Rattliffe wife - not listed in Planters 67 Nicholas Snow Hoxton, Co. Middlesex Eastham 68 Alice Southworth widow, later became the second wife of Governor Bradford 69 Thomas Southworth son - not in Hotten's 70 Francis Sprague Duxbury 71 Anna Sprague wife - not in Hotten's 72 Mercy Sprague daughter - not in Hotten's 73 Barbara Standish second wife of Captain Standish, married after her arrival 74 Thomas Tilden Stepney, London 75 Ann ? Tilden wife - not in Hotten's 76 Tilden child not in Hotten's 77 Stephen Tracy Yarmouth, Norfolk 78 Tryphosa Tracy not in Hotten's 79 Tracy child not in Hotten's 80 Ralph Wallen 81 Joyce Wallen wife - not in Hotten's 82 Elizabeth Warren wife of Richard Warren of Mayflower - no Warren's on Hotten's list 83 Mary Warren daughter 84 Elizabeth Warren daughter 85 Anna Warren daughter 86 Sarah Warren daughter 87 Abigail Warren daughter Transcriber's Notes: Patience Brewster - 9th gr. grandmother of transcriber Daughter of William Brewster of Mayflower, wife of Governor of Plymouth Colony, Thomas Prence. *Passengers on Little James Correspondence 11/22/99 passengers #80, 81 WALLEN and #35 HICKES I am a descendent of Ralph and Joyce Wallen, passengers #80 & 81. I know that they stayed in Plymouth after arriving and that they had a son, Thomas Walling before 1630. I have Ralph's date of death between 1633-1634 and Joyce's after 9-7-1643.
I am 12th generation of Edward Holman. His descendants settled smal town in Maine-Holmantown, which later became Dixfield. We live on original homestead site.
I am looking for the parents of William Roberts b. 1800 m. around 1821-25 Tenn. to Margaret ? Children: Andrew Jackson, Mary A.M.,William clark O’Clayburn Van Buren, Elisha, Houston, Lafayette”Fate”, William Clement Scott Robets.
My g-grandfather was named Elbert Paton Roberts, b. 1864 Ashe County, NC, married 1889 to Diada Cansada (Hall) Roberts, b. 1872. Elbert d. 04-01-2944 at home Smyth County, VA buried Slemp Cemetery, Sugar Grove, Grayson Co., VA; Mahala run off by Elbert at some point, per my Aunt Shirley Martin, Chilhowee, VA. No known record of divorce with Mahala or her death/burial. Shirley told me Mahala buried in either Slemp Cemetery or in a small cemetery on a hill behind a Sugar Grove Church and that she died after Albert. Shirley’s parents (my grandparents) were John Wiley and Lona Belle (Hall)Roberts of mostly Smyth and Grayson counties, VA. John was one of Elbert Paton Roberts’ sons. One of John’s daughters was C(K)atherine Roberts Brown (married Paul Brown, Jr. Saltville, VA). She died in North Carolina +25 years ago to be near children of she and Paul. She had remarried a few years before death and several years after Paul died. I was born March 1950 in Warrenton, Fauquier, VA but have lived in Cleveland, Bradley, TN since 06/1956.
Does any of this sound like the Roberts lineage you are in? If so, would like to share information. Again, enjoy your website!