I have information on Thomas Cornish." He came to Virginia on the Duty in 1620." In the complete book of Emigrants 1607-1660 Peter Wilson Coldham , pages 15,46,68 ( PRO:CO1/3/2. ) page 46 - He was there from 1620 to 1637. Page 46 says , "On the Eastern Shore of Virginia Living : Captain William Epp's; Thomas Cornish 25 by Duty 1620". Page 68 says The Eastern shore over the Bay, list Epp's and his indentured servants among Thomas Cornish. Then in another book " Virginia Immigrants and adventurers 1607-1635. Page 72. Talks about Captain Epps came in 1618 to Virginia. Moved to the Eastern shore and he was found guilty of manslaughter. In February 1625 Eppe's the plantation consisted of 2 houses and a Fort. By 1625 Epps staked a claim 450 acres of land , claiming 9 headrights for the land. He was using his men to claim more land. He continued having problems with some of his contemporaries, who termed him as a " Mad and ranking fellow" In 1627 or 1628 Captain Wm. Eppe's left for the West Indies. Placing his land holding to his tenants. It was considered an abandoned land. Page 226 of same book says Thomas Cornish - On Dec.31, 1619 , Officials detained him and sent him to Virginia. In early 1625 he was identified as a 25 year old servant at Captain Williams Epps plantation (74). On Jan. 1, 1637 , Thomas Cornish was mentioned in connection with some timber- cutting on Epps plantation (CBE15,46,68;AMES1:67). Then he is mentioned in Gloucester MA marring Mary Stone in 1641. I want to work with you on this. I have other information. Thank you.