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Anne & Little James



Arrived in Plymouth, Massachusetts July 10, 1623

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 
 7  Jonathan Bangs             son - not listed in 
 8  John Bangs                 son - not listed in 
 9  Robert Bartlett 
10  Fear Brewster              daughter of Elder Wm. 
11  Patience Brewster          daughter of Elder Wm. 
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 
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 
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 
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 
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 
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.


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3 Responses to “The 2nd & 3rd ships to land at Plymouth Colony-The Anne & Little James”

  1. Sharon (Hebert) Gilsleider says:

    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.

  2. Patricia Roberts Williams says:

    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.

  3. Jim Roberts says:

    Good information.
    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!

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