Possible Winthrop Fleet, but not in Great Migration. There is one mention, though:
In 1655 Edward Baker and Daniel Salmon were involved in a dispute with the undertakers of the ironworks at Lynn. The undertakers had acquired large tracts of land at Braintree, also for the production of iron, and in payment of debt some of this land was transferred to Baker and Salmon, including thirty acres which "the said undertakers bought and sometimes was the land of Barnaby Derreford" [SLR 2:266-70].[ 
Savage's: EDWARD, Lynn 1630, freem. 14 Mar. 1638, had w. Jane, certain. five s. perhaps other ch. beside d. Mary, wh. m. 7 Nov. 1662, George Sumner of Dorchester, hav. foll. her to Northampton where B. liv. many yrs. Leav. s. Joseph and Timothy at N. whose names are misprint. Batter in Geneal. Reg. IX. 88; he went back to L. there d. Mar. 1687, giv. est. to s. John of Dedham, Edward, and Thomas, of Lynn.
AF: Chr 11 Jan 1606 Chippenham, Wiltshire, England, son of John.