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Ship  The People of the “SUSAN & ELLEN”



In 1635 the SUSAN AND ELLEN (or Suzan & Ellin) set sail from London to the colonies in Massachusetts. Edward Payne was her Master. She sailed in May, but the date of her arrival is not recorded. That same year around 50 such ships left from London.
[Public Record Office MSS., and Drake:  ‘Founders’, 23, 25, 29].

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[Format: name, age, from and/or occupation, destination] -
 
John Proctor, 42, draper, to Ipswich

   Mrs. Martha Proctor, 28

   John Proctor, 3 - Perhaps the most famous Passenger. He was hanged as a witch during the Salem witch trials.

   Mary Proctor, 1

   Alice Street, 28

 

Walter Thornton, 36, husbandman

   Mrs. Joanna Thornton, 34

 

John North, 20,    , to Ipswich

 

Mrs. Mary Pynder, 53

   Francis Pynder, 20

   Mary Pynder, 17

   Joanna Pynder, 14

   Anna Pynder, 12

   Katherine Pynder, 10

   John Pynder, 8

 

Richard Skolfield, 22,    , to Ipswich

 

Edward Weeden, 22,    , to Lynn The most interesting to me, because we share a last name!

   George Wilby, 16

   Richard Hawkins, 15

 

Thomas Parker, 30,    , to Lynn

   Simon Bird, 20

 

John Mansfield, 34,    , to Boston

 

Clement Cole, 30,    , to Boston - Related to Samuel Cole, who owned the first Inn, in Boston.

   John Jones, 20

   William Burrows, 19

   Philip Atwood, 13

   William Snow, 18

 

Edward Lummus, 24,    , to Ipswich

 

Richard Saltonstall, 23, husbandman, to Watertown - Son of Sir Richard Saltonsall, Founder of Cambridge.

   Muriel Saltonstall 22

   Muriel Saltonstall, ¾ [in other words, 9 months old]

 

Thomas Welles, 30,    , to Ipswich

 

Peter Cooper, 28,    , to Rowley

 

William Lambert, 26

 

Jeremy Belcher, 22,    , to Ipswich

 

Samuel Podd, 25,    , to Ipswich

   Mary Clifford, 25

   Jane Coe, 30

   Mary Riddlesden, 17

 

Matthew Hitchcock, 25,    , to Watertown

   Elizabeth Nichols, 25

   Tomazine Carpenter, 35

   Anne Fowle, 25

   Edmond Gordon, 18

 

Thomas Sydlie, 22

   Margaret Leach, 22

   Mary Smith, 21

   Elizabeth Swayne, 16

   Penelope Pelham, 16

   Anne Welles, 20

   Dionis Taylor, 48

   Hannah Smith, 30

   William Buttrick, 18

 

John Corrington, 33

   Mrs. Mary Corrington, 33

   Ralph Hudson, 42, draper of Kingston-on-Hull, York, to Cambridge

   Mrs. Mary Hudson, 42

   Hannah Hudson, 14

   John Hudson, 12

   Elizabeth Hudson, 5

 

Thomas Brigham, 32, of Yorkshire, to Cambridge

   Benjamin Thwing, 16

   Anne Gilson, 34

   Judith Kirk, 18

 

John More, 41

 

Henry Knowles, 25

 

George Richardson, 30,    , to Watertown

 

Edward Tomlins, 30,    , to Lynn

   Benjamin Tomlins, 18

   Barbara Ford, 16

   Joan Broomer, 13

 

Richard Broke, 24,    , to Lynn

   Thomas Brooke, 18

 

Simon Crosby, 26, husbandman of Spalding-in-the-Moor, Yorks, to Cambridge

   Mrs. Anne Crosby, 25

   Thomas Crosby, 2 mos.

 

Richard Rowton, 36, husbandman, to Salem

   Mrs. Anne Rowton, 36

   Edmond Rowton, 6

 

Percival Greene, 32, husbandman, to Cambridge

   Mrs. Ellen Greene, 32

   Margaret Dix, 18

 

John Trane, 25,    , to Watertown

 

John Atherson, 24

   Anna Blason, 27

 

Rev. Peter Bulkeley, 50, of Odell, county Bedford, to Concord - A very famous Reverend in England, the most famous passenger of their time.

   Mrs. Grace Bulkeley, 30

   John Bulkeley, 15

   Benjamin Bulkeley, 11

   Daniel Bulkeley, 9

   Priscilla Jarman, 10

   Elizabeth Taylor, 10 Too funny!

   Anne Lieford, 13

 

From "The Planters of the Commonwealth, 1620-1640," by Charles Edward

Banks, 1930 (reprinted 1984), pages 131-134: