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Anne, sailed 1623

Sailing to Plymouth

Also see Category: Little James, sailed June - July 1623.

"About 14 days after came in this ship, caled ye Anne, whereof Mr. William Peirce was mr., and aboute a weeke or 10. days after came in ye pinass which in foule weather they lost at sea, a fine new vessell of about 44. tune, which ye company had builte to stay in the cuntrie. They brought about 60 persons ..."[1]

Traveling with the Little James, the Anne left London, England, under Master, William Peirce. The ships arrived Plymouth in June or July of 1623. Historians report this passage brought many family members left behind when the Mayflower and The Fortune had earlier set sail.

The names of passengers aboard the Anne (and/or Little James) are known from the land allotments made after their arrival the colonies. The list appears as "The sales of their grounds which came over in the shipe calle the Anne, according as their were cast, 1623."[2]

James Rande (1 [acre])
Francis Spragge (3 [acres])
Edmond Flood (1 [acre])
Christopher Conant (1 [acre])
Francis Cooke (4 [acres])
Edward Burcher (2 [acres])
John Jenings (5 [acres]}
goodwife Flauell (1 [acre])
Manesseh [&] John Fance (2 [acres])
George Morton & Experience Michell (8 [acres])
Christian Penn (1 [acre])
Thomas Morton Junior [1 [acre])
William Hiltons wife [&] 2 children (3 [acres])
Allice Bradford (1 [acre])
Robart Hickes his wife [&] children (4 [acres])
Brigett Fuller (1 [acre])
Ellen Newton (1 [acre])
Pacience [&] Fear Brewster wth Robart Long (3 [acres])
William Heard (1 [acre])
Mrs Standish (1 [acre])
Marie Buckett adioyning to Joseph Rogers (1 [acre])
Mr. Oulduom [&] those joyned with him (10 [acres])
Cudbard Cudbartsone (6 [acres])
Anthony Anabel (4 [acres])
Thomas Tilden (3 [acres])
Richard Waren (5 [acres])
Bangs (4 [acres])
Robart Rattlife beyonde the swampie & stonie ground ([2] [acres])
Nicholas Snow (x [acres])
Anthony Dixe ([x] [acres])
Mr. Perces .2. Ser: ([x] [acres])
Ralfe Walen ([x] [acres])
Steph: Tracy three acres
Tho. Clarke one acre
Robt Bartlet one acre
Edw: Holman 1. acre. (1 [acre])
ffranc[&] wife to Wit Palmer 1 acre
Josuah Prat [&] Phineas Prat (2 [acres])

[Note: List below is being reviewed]

Alphabetical roll:

Annable, Anthony
From Cambridge, bound for Plymouth. Ref: All Mss. Par. Reg. [36] pg 12
Settled in Scituate
Annable, Jane Momford, wife
Annable, Sarah, daughter
Annable, Hannah, daughter
Bangs, Edward
From Panfield, Essex, bound for Plymouth and Eastham. Ref: Banks Mss. [36] pg 50
Settled in Eastham
Bangs, Mrs. Lydia
Bangs, Jonathan
Bangs, John
Bartlett, Robert
Possibly from Frampton, Dorsetshire, bound for Marblehead. Ref: Essex Antiq. 7/59 [36] pg 33
Or from Wiltshire, bound for Chelmsford, & Woburn. NEGR 40/195 [36] pg 182
Married Mary Warren (Genealogical Guide to the Early Settlers of America: With a Brief History of ..., By Henry Whittemore, pg 29)
Beckett, Mary
Listed as Bucket
Brewster, Patience, dtr of Elder Brewster
Brewster, Fear, dtr of Elder Brewster
Clarke, Thomas
Conant, Christopher
Grocer of Saint Lawrence, Jewry, London
From Budleigh, Devonshire or St Lawrence, Jewry, London, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Pope. [36] pg 20 & 100
Conant, Roger and wife Sarah Conant (Sarah Horton)
Cooke, Mrs. Hester Mahieu - Wife of Francis Cooke on the Mayflower
Cooke, Jacob
Daughter Elizabeth born Plymouth 1647 4 pg 5
Dix, Anthony
Faunce John
From Stow, Maris, Essex, bound for Plymouth. No ship listed. Ref Banks, Mass. [36] pg 52
Faunce, Manasseh
From Stow, Maris, Essex, bound for Plymouth. No ship listed. Ref Banks, Mass. [36] pg 52
Flavel, Mrs. Elizabeth
Wife of Thomas on the Fortune
Flood, Edmond
Fuller, Mrs. Bridget (Lee, Bridget)
Wife of Samuel Fuller, the the physician on the Mayflower
Godbertson, Godbert
Hat-maker of Leyden (aka Cutherbertson from Holland)
Godbertson, Sarah Allerton Vincent Priest
Previous wife of Dregory Priest on Mayflower who died first winter.
Godbertson, Samuel, son
Hatherly, Timothy
Feltmaker of Saint Olaves, Southwark, Surrey
Heard, William
Hick(e)s, Mrs. Margaret
Wife of Robert on the Fortune
Hicks, Samuel, son
Hicks, Lydia, daughter
Hilton, Mrs. ----,
Wife of William who "had sent for them before his death."
Hilton, William, Jr., son
Hilton, Mary, daughter
Holman, Edward
From Godstone, Surrey, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Banks Mss. [36] pg 167
Kempton, Manasseh
From Colchester, Essex, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Burrage. [36] pg 43
Long, Robert
Mitchell, Experience
From Eltisley, Cambridgeshire, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Banks, Mass. [36] pg 13
Morton George
Listed on the Little James by the Planters.
From Harworth, Nott. bound for Plymouth. Ref" Dexter. [36] pg 132
Brought along son Nathaniel and four other children.
Morton, Juliana Carpenter, wife
Listed in "The Planters" as on the Little James
Morton, Nathanial, son of George
Became Secretary of the Colony
Morton, John, son of George
Morton, Ephraim, son of George
Morton Patience, daughter of George
Morton, Sarah, daughter of George
Morton, Thomas, Jr.
Son of Thomas who came on the Fortune
Newton, Mrs. Ellen
Oldham, John
From Derby or St Stephens, London, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Banks, Mass. [36] pg 17 & 103
Oldham, Mrs., wife
Oldham, Lucretia, daughter
Palmer, Mrs. Frances
Wife of William who came in the Fortune
Palmer, William, Jr., son
Penn, Christian, with Oldham group
Pierce, Abraham
Pratt, Joshua
Priest, Sarah
Daughter of Dregory Priest and Sarah Priest-now-Godberston
Priest, Mary
Daughter of Dregory Priest and Sarah Priest-now-Godberston
Rand, James
Rattliffe, Robert
From "Knutsford?" bound for Plymouth. [36] pg 14
Rattliff, Mrs
Snow, Nicholas
From Hoxton, Middlesex, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Banks Mss. [36] pg 111
Southworth, Mrs. Alice (Carpenter)
Widow of Edward, with Mr. Snow, married Gov. Bradford on the Mayflower
Southworth, Thomas, son, or brother of Edward (see note below)
Sprague, Francis
Settled in Duxbury
Sprague, Anna (dau; m Wm Lawrence, see notes on profile page)
Sprague, Mercy (dau; m Wm Tubbs, see notes on profile page)
Standish, Mrs. Barbara
Second wife of Captain [Miles] Standish
Tilden, Thomas
From Wye, Kent, or Stephney, Middlesex, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Banks Mss. [36] pg 85 & 113
Tilden, Mrs. Ann?
Tilden child
Tracy, Stephen
From Yarmouth, Norfolk, bound for Duxbury. Ref: Mayfl Desc. 10/143 [36] pg 123
Tracy, Tryphosa, wife
Tracy, child
Wallen, Ralph Name was "Walling;" misspelled as Wallen
Wallen, Mrs. Joyce, wife of Wallen, Ralph See above.
Warren, Mrs. Elizabeth - Wife of Richard on the Mayflower
Warren, Mary, daughter
Warren, Elizabeth, daughter
Warren, Ann(e), daughter
Warren, Sarah, daughter
Warren, Abigail, daughter
Mr. Perce's two servants, Names not indicated, but may be above.

Sailing to Virginia

Were there two 1623 voyages for the Anne, one to Virginia, one to Plymouth? Or one sailing, first to Plymouth and then to Virginia or vice versa?

Hotten PoQ lists:

  • John Baker III, 1623 voyage, aged 20 at muster Eastern Shore, servant to Capt William Epes. Married Pricilla Palmer daughter of Sir Thomas Palmer and Joan Jordan.
  • Booth, Elizabeth, 1623 voyage, aged 24 at muster, Elizabeth City with Reynold on the Hercules. 8a pg 255
  • Claye, Ann, wife of John Claye on the 1613 Treasurer, both at muster at Virginia 1624. 8a pg 211
  • Farley, Thomas, with wife Molyneux of Sefton Farley,Lady Jane, . 8a pg 230
  • Gouldinge, Sara, 1623 voyage, aged 20 at muster, Elizabeth City as servant to John Banum. 8a pg 249
  • Jornall, John, 1623 voyage, aged 20 at muster, Elizabeth City, servant to Mihell Wilcockes and John Slater. 8a pg 246
  • March, Collice, wife of Samuell on the William & Thomas. 8a pg 239
  • Masonn, Wyatt, 1623 voyage, aged 16 at muster Elizabeth City, servant to William Julian, William Kemp and Thomas Sully. 8a pg 247
  • Nayle, William, 1623 voyage, aged 15 at Burrows Hill muster as servant to John Proctor on the Seaventure. 8a pg 231
  • Rogers, Edwards, 1623 voyage, aged 26 at muster Eastern Shore, servant to Capt William Epes.
  • Shotten, Nicholas, 1623 voyage, aged 40 at muster at Neck-of-Land near James City, servant to Thomas Farley. 8a pg 230
  • Warden, Thomas, 1623 voyage, aged 24 at muster Eastern Shore, servant to Capt William Epes.

Charles Banks Topo also lists:

  • Southworth, Edward, "from Sturton, Nott, bound for Plymouth". Ref: Banks, Mss. [36] pg 133. Note - Edward's widow and either son or brother was aboard, but Edward could not have been, he reportedly died: 1620-1622.


  1. William Bradford, History of Plymouth Plantation, Charles Deane, ed. (1856), 142; digital images, Hathi Trust (accessed 2014).
  2. Records of the colony of New Plymouth, in New England / Printed by order of the legislature of the commonwealth of Massachusetts. Nathaniel B. Shurtleff, ed., 12 vols in 10 (1855-1861), 5-6; digital images, Hathi Trust (accessed 2014).
See also
  • [36] "Topographical Dictionary of 2885 English Emigrants to New England 1620 - 1650" by Charles Edwards Banks, Edited and Indexed by Elijah Ellsworth Brownell, Southern Book Company, Baltimore, 1957 (1)
  • Hotten's P of Q pg xxix to xxx, pages 201-265.
  • english-america.com
  • alden.org
  • pilgrimhall.org

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