Was the ship called "Elizabeth" part of the Puritain Migration?

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There was a man named Robert Sherin age 32,on that ship.He came along with the Scotts and the Kimballs. Those families were also family members of mine.That I can prove. But Robert Sherin"s name is spelled different than mine. And he kind of vanishes after he gets to Massachusetts. I think that since the other families are kin he is too.Please help.
in Genealogy Help by Teresa Davis G2G6 Mach 3 (34.8k points)

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Here is his profile:

https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Sherin-25

He came on that ship, but as you say, no records in the New World after that.  Anderson, the main source for the Puritan Great Migration, mentions speculation by Savage that he was also called Robert Sherwin, but Anderson found no documentary support for the existence of a Robert Sherwin in Ipswich or Essex County records in the decades after 1634.
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Could he have went to or been sent to Barbados?

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