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The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776
 
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The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776:
 
SEC. II, CHAP 30, 1635
 
17 May 1635.
Richard Kemp who was appointed as Secretary in Virginia in August 1634 and arrived there in December reports on the disturbances created by Captain Martin, Francis Pott and William English, Sheriff of York, who assembled a multitude in the house of William Barrene in York to complain about taxation. They were apprehended and brought before the Council but violence ensued. The chief instigator, Dr. Francis Pott, has been sent back to England. Sir John Harvey has also left and Captain John West has been chosen as Governor. (CSPC).

 
SEC. II, CHAP 52, 1657
 
4 August 1657.
A new Governor of Nevis is recommended following the representation of Captain English Smith, late a planter there, of the misconduct of the late Governor, Luke Stokes. (CSPC).
 
SEC. II, CHAP 54, 1659
 
19 January 1659.
Richard Gardner and Thomas English bound to Christopher Hellier, merchant, to serve 4 years in Barbados. Thomas Short of Shepton Mallet, Som, bound to Thomas Edwin, merchant, to serve 4 years in Virginia. William Jones of Bristol, shoemaker, bound to Anthony Cupit to serve 4 years in Barbados. Richard Sarton of Sussex in Kent (sic) bound to Mary Benois to serve 4 years in Virginia. (BRO).
 
SEC. II, CHAP 54, 1659
 
21 September 1659.
Thomas Hopcott of Cheltenham, Glos, and William English of Marlborough, Wilts, yeoman, bound to Thomas Woodward to serve 4 years in Virginia. Joseph Saunders of Pucklechurch, Glos, bound to Walter Evans to serve 4 years in Virginia. Alice Jones of Abergavenny, Monmouth, spinster, bound to Henry Williams, planter, to serve 4 years in Virginia. John Hill of Longhope, Glos, yeoman, bound to James James, mariner, to serve 7 years in Virginia. John Shatford of Bath, Som, tailor, bound to Samuell Whithead to serve 4 years in Virginia. (BRO).
 
SEC. III, CHAP 03, 1662
 
24 September 1662.
The following apprenticed in Bristol: William Stephens to Thomas Nean, 4 years Barbados; John English to John Roach, 4 years Virginia; Joyce Thomas to the same, 4 years Virginia; William Reyney to Robert Baker, 7 years Virginia; David Rogers to John Lane, 6 years Virginia. (BR).
 
SEC. III, CHAP 04, 1663
 
28 January 1663.
The following apprenticed in Bristol: Rebecca James to George Ashby, 7 years Nevis; Hugh Masters to Morgan Lewis, 4 years Barbados; Robert Crowe to John White, 4 years Barbados; Susan Phillips to Thomas Simons, 5 years Nevis; David Beaven to Thomas Tayler, 7 years Nevis; Mathew Biffard to Richard Hambleton, 4 years Nevis; Ambrosse Tayler to English Smith, 4 years Nevis. (BR).
 
SEC. III, CHAP 08, 1667
 
1 March 1667.
Warrant for the following London and Middlesex prisoners in Newgate to be embarked by John Pate for Virginia: William Payne, Edward Evans, John Ward, Thomas Harwood, Robert Allen, William Allen, Jonas Sonier alias Somner, Dorothy Bywater, Nicholas Danse, John English, George Windrewe, William Alexander, Matthew Cotten, William Kellam, Isaac Oliver, John Coughtland, John Smith, Mathew Jones, John Sowell, John Rivers and Nathaniel Hulbert. (PRO: SP44/29/192).
 
SEC. III, CHAP 18, 1677
 
20 February 1677.
The following apprenticed in Bristol: Henry Williams to Dennis Lond, 7 years Nevis or Antigua by Exchange; William Whiteacre to William Bradly, 4 years Barbados by Gabriel; Giles English to same, 4 years Barbados by Gabriel; William English to same, 4 years Barbados by Gabriel; Thomas Lawrence to Richard Treherne, 7 years Jamaica by Isabella, Mr. Dennis Tayler. (BR).
 
SEC. III, CHAP 23, 1682
 
12 April 1682-3 May 1682.
Shippers by the Society of Bristol bound from Bristol for Pennsylvania: Thomas Pascall, Charles Plomley, Walter Reave, Phillip Jorden, Francis Fisher, John Reade, Joseph English, Kenball Britten, John Somers, Giles Knight, Nathaniell Rickards, Thomas Bradford, James Croaft, Mathew Lambert, Thomas Freme, James Freman. (PRO: E190/1144/1).
 
SEC. III, CHAP 23, 1682
 
21-27 July 1682.
Shippers by the John, Mr. Peter [or Phillip] English, bound from London for New England: Joseph Cox, William Barron. (PRO: E190/106/1, 132/1).
 
SEC. III, CHAP 23, 1682
 
14 September 1682-16 October 1682.
Shippers by the Samuel & Thomas, Mr. Thomas Jenner, bound from London for New England: Samuel Wickins, William Ashurst, Benjamin Gerrard, John Anderson, John & Thomas Lane, John English, Theophilus Charte, Robert Hyne, Richard Parrat, Joseph Martin. (PRO: E190/106/1, 132/1).
 
SEC. III, CHAP 25, 1684
 
9 March 1684.
Deposition by Robert Blagrave, aged 22, servant of George Alder of London, scrivener, that George Lockhart and English Smith of New York, merchants, became indebted to Richard Adkinson, citizen and shipwright of London, by bond of 30 June 1683. (LMCD).
 
SEC. III, CHAP 25, 1684
 
29 August 1684.
The following apprenticed in Middlesex: Walter English, aged 13, son of Walter E., to Samuel Berry of Bow, surgeon, 7 years Virginia, with the consent of his father. (GLRO: MR/E/593).
 
SEC. III, CHAP 26, 1685
 
25 May 1685.
The following apprenticed in Bristol: Robert English of Frampton upon Severn, Glos, to John Napper, 4 years Jamaica by Samuel & Mary. (BR).
 
SEC. III, CHAP 39, 1698
 
5 May 1698.
The following apprenticed in Liverpool to James Gordon to serve 4 years [in Virginia or Maryland]: Joseph Stile of Talkell Hill [?Tatenhill], Staffordshire; William English of Farr, Scotland; Samuel Wallington of Prestbury, [Gloucestershire]; Roger Sharples of Lealand [?Leyland, Lancashire]; Richard Hughes of Mould, [Flint]. (LTB).
 
SEC. IV, CHAP 09, 1706
 
9 December 1706.
Thomas English of Christleton, Cheshire, aged 14, apprenticed in Liverpool to Captain John Wright to serve for seven years in Virginia, Maryland or the Caribbean. (LTB).
 
SEC. IV, CHAP 20, 1717
 
February 1717.
Depositions by John English of London, salter, and John English of London, mariner, that John English, son of the first deponent, died a bachelor nine years ago leaving as his heir-at-law his brother, Charles English of London, gent aged 23. John Child of London, merchant deceased, grandfather of the said Charles English, by his will of 30 September 1668, bequeathed to the said John English deceased an estate in New England. An attorney in New England has been authorized to sell the estate. (LMC).
 
SEC. IV, CHAP 39, 1736
 
20-31 August 1736.
The following bound to Neal MacNeal to serve 4 years in Jamaica: William Kirk of Stoughton, Leicestershire, husbandman, [no age given]; James English of St. James Dukes Place, Middlesex, tailor, [no age given]; Daniel Clarke of St. Saviour,Southwark, Surrey, ivory turner, [no age given]; James Stone of Abingdon, Berkshire, vintner, [no age given]; Benjamin Bonwicke of St. George Hanover Square, Middlesex, schoolmaster aged 42; John Whitefoot of St. Paul Covent Garden, Middlesex, carpenter, [no age given]; Edmund Keate of St. John [the Evangelist], Westminster, [no age given]; John Osborn of Hampton, Middlesex, plasterer, [no age given]; Robert Jobson of Aycliffe, Durham, bricklayer and mason aged 45; George Stephens of Aberdeen, Scotland, tailor, [no age given]; Jonathan Fellows of St. Mary Woolnoth, London, distiller aged 31; William Morgan of Narberth, Pembroke, Wales, husbandman, [no age given]; John Daye of Scoulton, Norfolk, writer aged 19; John Thomson of Langar, Nottinghamshire, gardener, [no age given]; John Bagwell of Parkgate, Cheshire, labourer aged 20; James Whitaker of Shoreditch, Middlesex, weaver aged 17, with the consent of his parents John and Elizabeth W.; Joseph Hammond of St. Luke, Middlesex, husbandman, [no age given]. (CLRO: ATSM/54-62, 64-70).
 
SEC. V, CHAP 19, 1768
 
23 August 1768.
Shippers by the Kitty, Mr. Thomas English, bound from Newcastle for New York: Ralph Carr & Co. (PRO: E190/267/1).
 
SEC. V, CHAP 24, 1773
 
Passengers from London to Jamaica by the Fanny, Mr. D. Sinclair: Diana Sinclair of London, aged 21, for health; Elizabeth Achinhed of London, aged 13, to her native country; Ann Perry of Wolverhampton, (Staffs), aged 19, to see her relations; Alexander English of London, no trade, aged 20; Robert John Cleaton of London, no trade, aged 20, to reside; Ann Duff of London, negro child, aged 10, to reside; Samuel Charmichael of London, negro child, aged 10, to reside. (EFE).
 
SEC. V, CHAP 25, 1774
 
Passengers from Newcastle to Boston, New England by the William and Elizabeth, Mr. Askew Hillcoat, to seek better employment: Charles Rutherford of Newcastle, (Northumberland), butcher, aged 22; English Atkinson of Newcastle, joiner, aged 28; John Gamsby of Newcastle, millwright, aged 33; Margaret Gamsby, wife of above, aged 30; Dorothy Gamsby, child of above, aged 10; Ann Gamsby, child of above, aged 8; John Gamsby, child of above, aged 7; George Gamsby, child of above, aged 6; Peter Gamsby, child of above, aged 1. (EFE).
 
SEC. V, CHAP 26, 1775
 
10-17 April 1775.
The following redemptioners to go from London to Maryland by the Adventure, Mr. Charles Henzel: Charles Steward of London, labourer, aged 22; John Chandler of London, watch maker, aged 22; Samuel Griffiths of London, silk weaver, aged 22; William Turner of London, gun barrel maker, aged 45; John Desertembo of London, hatter, aged 25; William Whitewith of London, farmer, aged 22; Benjamin Kelsey of London, labourer, aged 16; Benjamin Corby of London, labourer, aged 15; Thomas McBone of London, farmer, aged 26; Thomas Cleaver of London, labourer, aged 22; Jeremiah Regan of London, tailor, aged 23; James Warner of London, tailor, aged 31; James French of London, hairdresser, aged 25; Richard Mondy of London, glazier, aged 22; William Townsend of London, brewer, aged 16; James Jackson of London, silversmith, aged 19; John Hopkins of London, woollen weaver, aged 19; Thomas Morgan of London, tinman, aged 16; William Tune of London, labourer, aged 17; Henry Emerton of London, shoe maker, aged 21; Joseph Emerton of London, bookbinder, aged 21; Richard Lord of London, bricklayer, aged 15; Edward Dobbis of London, carpenter, aged 21; Mary Dobbis of London, milliner, aged 29; Samuel Nash of London, shoe maker, aged 40; Samuel English of London, waiter, aged 23; William Higgins of London, waiter, aged 22; Francis Broome of London, servant, aged 42; Sarah Broome of London, servant, aged 27; George Hunt of London, labourer, aged 15; Robert Byrne of London, smith, aged 22; Thomas Smith of London, gardener, aged 23; William Jones of London, cooper, aged 24; Edward Hynes of London, farmer, aged 22; George Wilkinson of London, labourer, aged 18; William Dennison of London, painter, aged 16; William Wood of London, farmer, aged 21; Sarah Harper of London, trimming maker, aged 21; Samuel Penny of London, watch maker, aged 19; William Gutt of London, labourer, aged 21; Esther Cunliffe of London, servant, aged 28; Thomas Woodford of Essex, servant, aged 30; Elizabeth Woodford of Essex, servant, aged 30; Mary Roberts of Essex, servant, aged 35; Richard Boniface of Essex, postillion, aged 16; John Nage of Kent, cabinet maker, aged 29; William Flint of Kent, labourer, aged 26; Mary Robinson of Kent, servant, aged 26; Elizabeth Hood of Kent, servant, aged 30; Ashton Lever of Sussex, carpenter, aged 21; John Shove of Sussex, schoolmaster, aged 29; John Salmon of Birmingham, (Warwickshire), founder, aged 16; John Harris of Somerset, baker, aged 29; Isaac Taplin of Somerset, labourer, aged 16; William Howard of Somerset, labourer, aged 15; Mary Hughes of Glasgow, (Scotland), servant, aged 15; Daniel McPhee of Glasgow, joiner, aged 21; William Welsh of Birmingham, (Warwickshire), farmer, aged 30; Gilbert Carty of Ireland, farmer, aged 21; Sarah Bateman of Hertfordshire, servant, aged 21; Thomas Kersey of Norfolk, clerk, aged 22; Thomas Crampton of Nottingham, labourer, aged 15; Philip Kingford of Cornwall, turner, aged 23; James Roads of Northampton, labourer, aged 15; Edward Horrabin of Staffordshire, farmer, aged 22; Robert Bray of Norfolk, labourer, aged 16; Francis Goodbern of Shropshire, painter, aged 25; Edward Williams of Devon, woolcomber, aged 45; Thomas Barne of Liverpool, (Lancashire), sawyer, aged 25; John Norrison of Cheshire, sawyer, aged 36; John Price of Berkshire, labourer, aged 22; Jane Monkhouse of Cumberland, servant, aged 42. Also the following who refused to answer questions: Stephen Jackson; Joseph Eastman; Thomas Wright; Charles Dean; James Beamont. (EFE).
 
SEC. V, CHAP 26, 1775
 
22-29 May 1775.
The following indentured servants bound for four years to go from London to Maryland by the Mermaid, Mr. J. Montgomerie: William Dobberhow of London, cooper, aged 23; John Pringle of London, tailor, aged 27; William Jones of London, smith, aged 25; William Jackson of London, groom, aged 24; William Hatton of London, clerk & book-keeper, aged 21; William Browning of London, surgeon, aged 21; William Chambers of London, cook, aged 28; Harriet Colebrooke of London, lady's maid, aged 21; Joanna Lander of London, lady's maid, aged 28; Mary Banse of London, lady's maid, aged 25; Mary Brown of London, lady's maid, aged 21; John Coleby of London, painter, aged 21; John Gray of London, joiner, aged 28; Thomas Carter of London, smith, aged 22; William Bury of London, smith, aged 22; William Walton of London, groom, aged 20; Brill Dancer of London, poulterer, aged 18; Joseph Floyd of London, plasterer, aged 16; Henrietta James of London, servant, aged 18; Susanna Sweatman of London, housemaid, aged 22; William Young of London, labourer, aged 16; James Edward Smith of London, pewterer, aged 31; Henry Wright of London, cabinet maker, aged 21; John Maxwell of London, gardener, aged 25; William Jones of London, apothecary, aged 21; Robert Boyle of London, gentleman's servant, aged 21; James Tarmdy of London, flax dresser, aged 21; Mary Jones of London, muff maker, aged 21; William Brown of London, plumber, aged 21; William Woard of London, husbandman, aged 32; George Ummell of London, smith, aged 32; Elizabeth Ummell, wife of above, aged 21; John Woods of London, weaver, aged 16; George Harding of Southwark, (Surrey), groom, aged 21; Sarah Wilson of Southwark, housemaid, aged 22; Margaret Evans of Southwark, housemaid, aged 23; Ann Bishop of Southwark, housemaid, aged 21; Susanna Valnant of Southwark, housemaid, aged 22; Mary Jarrod of Southwark, housemaid, aged 28; William Knox of Surrey, husbandman, aged 37; John Pussell of Surrey, tailor, aged 21; Francis Eales of Kent, butcher, aged 21; Patrick Stephens of Essex, joiner, aged 24; William Shaw of Yorkshire, clerk & book-keeper, aged 21; James Favell of Yorkshire, husbandman, aged 26; Richard Halford of Leicester, husbandman, aged 21; Thomas Waters of Dorset, husbandman, aged 16; Edward Walter of Dorset, labourer, aged 15; William Sayer of Tunbridge, (Kent), wheelwright, aged 27; William Hawksford of Birmingham, (Warwickshire), plater, aged 21; James Ham of Salisbury, (Wiltshire), cordwainer, aged 21; William Munton of Lincoln, grocer, aged 21; David Johnson of Middlesex, cooper, aged 48; John Roberts of Northampton, labourer, aged 15; George Turdy of Norfolk, bricklayer, aged 23; William Wright of Liverpool, Lancashire), clerk & book-keeper, aged 27; King English of Bristol, land surveyor, aged 35; Robert Daile of Deptford, (Kent), labourer, aged 21; John Smith of Norfolk, cooper, aged 42; Thomas Smith of Hertford, shop man, aged 25; Charles Girdler of Berkshire, whitesmith, aged 17; James Oliver of Herefordshire, shoemaker, aged 18; Elizabeth Jenkins of Herefordshire, housemaid, aged 24. (EFE)
 
SEC. VI, CHAP 02 , EMIGRANTS IN BONDAGE
 
English, Ann. Sentenced to transportation at Southwark August
Transported October 1760 Phoenix. Surrey.

English, Christian of St. Saviour, Southwark. Sentenced to
transportation at Quarter Sessions 14 yrs October Transported December
1763 Neptune. Surrey.

English, Elizabeth (1756). See Ward. Middlesex.

English, George. Sentenced to transportation August Transported
September 1725 Forward Landing Certificate Annapolis December 1725.
London.

English, James of Diss. Sentenced to transportation Summer 1731. *
Norfolk.

English, James. Transported May 1737 Forward. Kent.

English, Jane. Awaiting transportation Sentenced by City Borough Court
Summer 1759. Northumberland.

English, John. Sentenced to transportation for ravishing Mary Woolard,
spinster, Lent Reprieved for transportation 14 yrs Summer 1754. Suffolk.

English, Mary. Sentenced to transportation December 1765 Transported 14
yrs January 1766 Tryal. Middlesex.

English, Rebecca. Sentenced to transportation January-June Transported
June 1728 Elizabeth Landing Certificate Potomack August 1729. Middlesex.

Inglish, Sarah. Sentenced to transportation April-May Transported May
1744 Justitia. Middlesex.

English, William. Sentenced to transportation for highway robbery
Summer 1729 Reprieved for transportation 14 yrs Lent 1730.
Gloucestershire.

English, William. Sentenced to transportation July 1763. Middlesex.

Ward alias English, Elizabeth. Sentenced to transportation July 1756.
Middlesex.

 
England, Allen. Rebel Transported 1685.

England, Charles. Reprieved for transportation August 1775. Somerset.

England, David. Sentenced to transportation Summer Transportation Bond
August 1760. Yorkshire.

England, Elizabeth. Sentenced to transportation January Transported
April 1759 Thetis. Middlesex.

England, Elizabeth. Transported April 1762 Neptune. Surrey.

England, George. Reprieved for transportation 14 yrs August 1762.
Somerset.

England, Isaac. Reprieved for transportation 14 yrs November 1769
Transportation Bond to Virginia 1770. Devon.

England, John. Rebel Transported 1685.

England, John. Reprieved for transportation 14 yrs stealing horse
Summer 1721. Northamptonshire.

England, John. Sentenced to transportation August Transported September
1725 Forward Landing Certificate Annapolis December 1725. Middlesex.

England, John. Sentenced to transportation June 1739. London.

England, Philip. Rebel Transported 1685.

England, Richard of Littleham, husbandman. Reprieved for transportation
for Barbados April 1668. Devon.

England, Thomas. Rebel Transported 1685.

England, William. Rebel Transported 1685.

 
SEC. VI, CHAP 02 , SUPPLIMENT TO EMIGRANTS IN BONDAGE
 
English, Ann. Sentenced to transportation at Southwark August
Transported October 1760 Phoenix. Surrey.
 

     
     
     
 
 
 
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