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Ancestor
Ship
Date
From
Arrival
Notes
John Rolfe
Sea Venture->
Deliverance or Patience
Left 1609
Arrived 1610
Plymouth, England
Jamestown, Virginia

The Sea Venture was a new ship and was wrecked in Bermuda on the way. They had to spend the winter in Bermuda making two new ships, in part out of wood from the Sea Venture.

William Pierce
Sea Venture->
Deliverance or Patience
Left 1609
Arrived 1610
Plymouth, England
Jamestown, Virginia

See above

Joan Pierce
Blessing
1609
Arrived Before
October 14, 1609
Plymouth, England
Jamestown, Virginia

4-year-old Joan and her mother Jane came at a later date than father William Pierce. Reference is from Colonial Surry by Broddie The Blessing was one of the eight other ships that left with the Sea Venture. After the storm, The Blessing (along with The Lion, The Falcon and the Unitie) were separated/lost from Sea Venture. The Captain was Gabriel Archer and Captain Adams.

John Price
Starr
Left March 27, 1611
Arrived May 22, 1611
Lands End, England
Point Comfort, Virginia

Reference: Musters of the Inhabitants in Virginia 1624/1625 and Adventurers of Purse and Person Virginia 1607-1624/5

Cecily Reynolds
Swan
August 1610/1611
London, England
Jamestown, Virginia

Some sources says she came alone as a 10-year-old. These sources says her parents and younger sister had come earlier between August 1609 and May 1610. Other sources say she came with William Pierce – her uncle.

William Farrar
The Neptune
Left April 1618
Arrived August 1618
England
Jamestown, Virginia

Reference: Musters of the Inhabitants in Virginia 1624/1625 pages 201 thru 265

Anne Mathews
Francis Bonaventure
Left April and Arrived Aug 1620
England
Virginia

Anne Mathews was born in 1603 and was a young maid when the floundering Virginia Company was looking for talent.
The Governor, “wished that a fit hundredth might be sent of woemen, made young and uncorrupt to make wifes of the Inhabitante & by that means to make the men there more settled and lesse moveable, who by defect thereof (as is creditably reported) stay there but to get soething and then to returne for England; wch will breed a dissolucon, and so an overthrow of the plantation. These woemen if they marry to the publiq ffarmers, to be transported at the charges of the Company their charges of transportation, and it was never fitter time to send them than nowe.” (Minutes of the Virginia Company, 11/3/1619). As a result 90 Maids were sent the next spring. Ann arrived in Virginia on the Francis Bonaventure in April or August of 1620, and married John Price.

John Alden
Mayflower
Left September 6, 1620
Arrived November 11, 1620
London, England

Plymouth, Massachusetts

The Mayflower embarked about sixty-five passengers in London at its homeport in the Rotherhithe district on the Thames about the middle of July in 1620. It continued down the Thames to the English Channel. Had to turn back twice before making the final voyage.
William Mullins
Alice Mullins
Priscilla Mullins
Mayflower
Left September 6, 1620
Arrived November 11, 1620
London, England
Plymouth, Massachusetts
The Mayflower embarked about sixty-five passengers in London at its homeport in the Rotherhithe district on the Thames about the middle of July in 1620. It continued down the Thames to the English Channel. Had to turn back twice before making the final voyage.
Peter Montague
Charles
Left Prob July 1621
Arrived October or November 1621
London, England
Jamestown, Virginia
Virginia Company. “ A NOTE OF THE SHIPPING, MEN, AND PROUISIONS SENT AND PROUIDED FOR Virginia, … IN THE YEERE 1621.” lists 3 The Charles 120. Tun: in July.... 080 Persons
Humphrey and Ann Hyde
Jonathan
1630
England
Cambridge, Massachusetts

Reference: Seymour Conn issue of Friday July 13, 1883 p.217

Richard Nevitt
The Ark and The Dove
Left November 22, 1633
Arrived February 24, 1634
Isle of Wight, England

Point Comfort, Virginia

Ark was a 400 ton English merchant ship hired by Cecil Calvert (2nd Baron Baltimore)to bring roughly 140 colonists and their equipment and supplies to the new colony of Maryland. After a stay of about 3 weeks on St. Clement's Island in the Potomac River, the settlers occupied an Indian village they had purchased on the St. George's (later the St. Mary's) River about 12 miles from Point Lookout where the Potomac River enters the Chesapeake Bay. The new settlement was named St. Mary's City. In the early summer of 1634, the Ark returned to England. The pinnace Dove which had been purchased by Cecil Calvert and the investors in the colony remained for the settler's use.
Richard Thompson
The Ark and The Dov
Left November 22, 1633
Arrived February 24, 1634
Isle of Wight, England

Point Comfort, Virginia

See Above
John Herbert
Abigail
Left
Arrived 1635
London, England

Massachusetts

He was a 23 year old shoemaker from Northampton, England. This was the brother of our Elizabeth Herbert. Did she come at the same time????
John Gedney
The Maryanne of Yarmouth
May 10, 1637
Yarmouth, England
Massachusetts

Reference: Examinations of passengers to New England on the Mary Anne of Yarmouth

Moses Payne
The Castle
1638
Yarmouth, England
Cambridge, Massachusetts

John Bishop
The Paul
Bef 1638
London, England
Virginia

Sponsored the following hence must have been in Virginia before:
Robert Andrw 1643
William Andrews in 1643
John Bonner in 1638
Jeffrey Denchfield in 1643
Adrian Foard in 1643
Robert Hanscome in 1643
symon Hasleton in 1643
Ann Inghton in 1651
Ralph Lester in 1643
Mary Mason in 1653
Phillipp Pendergast in 1643
Elizabeth Sidney in 1643
Richard Smith in 1643
Symon Symonds in 1643
Robert Taylor in 1643
John Tompkins in 1638
Mary Wade in 1653
Thomas Warner in 1643
John Wright in 1638

Miles Merwin
Susan and Ellen
1640
from
arrived

or 1630 on the Mary and John

Johann Valentine Bressler/Preslar
Fame
1710
Arrived 6/14/1710
London, England
New York

Captain was Walter Houxton - German Passenger Lists, 1710

Daniel McPherson
Scipio
Left March 30, 1716
Arrived before June 2, 1717
Liverpool, England
Virginia or Maryland

Reference: Calendar of State Papers, Colonial Series, America and West Indies, 1574-1739

Wolff Kaifer/Anna Blankenbuhler
Scott
Arrived 1717/1718
London, England
Virginia

Eighty-odd Germans from Wuerttemberg, Baden, and the Palatinate agree with Capt. Tarbett in London to take them to Pennsylvania in the ship Scott. Capt. Tarbett hijacks the Germans to Virginia where they become indentured servants of Lt. Gov. Spotswood

John Clore
Scott
Arrived 1717/1718
London England
Virginia

See notes on Kaifer.