She died in Plymouth, February 19, 1664. James Rande (Rand) – Per Banks he was possibly from St. George's parish, Southwark, London. Member of the 1626 Purchasers investment group as “Capt Miles Standish.” Myles Standish died in 1656. There were other passengers who married Mayflower passengers after arrival: Fear Brewster/Isaac Allerton, Mary Becket/George Soule, Christian Penn/Francis Eaton & Francis Billington, Experience Mitchell/Jane Cooke, Nicholas Snow/Constance Hopkins, Sarah Warren/John Cooke, Robert Bartlett/Mary Warren. In the 1627 'Division of Cattle' he is listed with the seven members of the Francis Cooke family in Lot #1, as "Experience Michaell" including his (future) wife Jane and the other Cooke family members, the two Pratts, and three other single men. Born on 27 December 1388, Anne Mortimer was the eldest of the four children of Roger Mortimer, 4th Earl of March (1374–1398), and Eleanor Holland (1370–1405). They were financed by Thomas Weston's investment group, the Merchant Adventurers, also those who financed Mayflower in 1620 and Fortune in 1621. His wife Amy was mentioned in a 1644 deed. She was the eldest of the five daughters of Alexander Carpenter of Wrington, co. Somerset in England and of Leiden in Holland. Member of the 1626 Purchaser investment group. He died before 14 May 1689, date of inventory. Member of the 1626 Purchaser investment group as "Experience Michell." He was ship’s cooper on Little James. Anne's father was a descendant of Lionel, Duke of Clarence, second surviving son of King Edward III of England, an ancestry which made Mortimer a potential heir to the throne during the reign of the childless King Richard II. Married sometime after arrival before 1627 and by whom he had all his known children. His name is not in the 1627 'Division of Cattle' and he may have returned to England. He was not in the 1627 'Division of Cattle'. Arrived with his family including his sister Lucretia. Living in Salem in 1636. No further record and may have died or left the colony. In the 1623 land division, his name does not appear but he may have been represented by John Oldham’s 10 shares. Another had been the spouse of a now-deceased Pilgrim – Sarah Priest Cuthbertson. Married 1613 in Leiden. View Anne Roger’s profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. In the 1627 'Division of Cattle' the four Annables shared "one red heyfer" and "two shee goats" which they shared with the other eight people in their lot #8 including the three Brownes, the three Fullers, two Fords, and Damaris Hopkins. Anne de Mortimer (27 December 1388 – c. 22 September 1411) was a medieval English noblewoman who became an ancestress to the royal House of York, one of the parties in the fifteenth-century dynastic Wars of the Roses. He appears in the 1623 land division under an erroneous name of “Manasseh” (with John Faunce as “Fance”). (Mrs) Bridget (Lee) Fuller – Third wife of Samuel Fuller, an English Separatist from Leiden who was a, Godbert Godbertson (also known as Cuthbert Cuthbertson) – Hat maker from Leiden, Holland. Ralph Wallen – Arrived with his wife Joyce. Lost at sea in 1639. He was a son-in-law of John Oldham, married to his daughter Mary Oldham. View the profiles of professionals named "Anna Roger" on LinkedIn. Received three shares in the 1623 land division, indicating he was accompanied by a wife and child. His wife may have been deceased and both females with him may have been his daughters. These totaled about 14 persons. Edward Bangs – Born c.1591 - 86 in 1677. The marriage was undertaken secretly and probably with haste, without the knowledge of her nearest relatives, and was validated on 23 May 1408 by papal dispensation. He married Juliann Carpenter, then about twenty-five, in Leiden on July 22, 1612. Standish was Plymouth Colony's chief military officer. Member of the 1626 Purchaser investment group as "Manaseth Kempton." Received land in 1623 division as "Anthony Dixe" but number of shares received is illegible. His second wife Sarah, sister of Pilgrim Isaac Allerton, was twice widowed, the last from. Anne's master was William Peirce and Little James had two young men in charge – Master John Bridges, master mariner, and a novice captain, Emmanuel Altham, a Merchant Adventurer. Leiden records call him a “brewer’s man” of Norwich, Norfolk. Married. Pierce (1623), Joshua Pratt – Per Banks he was a brother of Phineas Pratt who came on, Mary Priest (step-daughter of Godbert Godbertson) – daughter of, Sarah Priest (step-daughter of Godbert Godbertson) – daughter of. He came over directly from Leiden. Died in Plymouth 1654, (Mrs) Elizabeth Flavell – Wife of Thomas Flavell, who had come over with an unnamed son in. Thomas Morton Junior – Son of Thomas Morton who came on, (Mrs) Ellen (Elinor) Newton – She was a young widow of age 25 when she emigrated, dying in 1681 at aged 83. Allotted a portion in the 1623 land division, with her sister Fear and Robert Long. 79, no. Sarah Jenney (wife) – She was Sarah Carey of Monk Soham, Suffolk. In the 1627 Division of the Cattle she and her second husband are listed along with the five Morton children. Believed to be from Devon, born c. 1603. Named in the 1627 'Division of Cattle' with wife Joyce. No further record indicating he either died or left the colony. Went to London in 1609 and became freeman in 1616. Anne was the mother of Richard, Duke of York, and thus grandmother of kings Edward IV and Richard III. Shipwright by occupation. Died c. 1633. (name unknown) - servant of A. 332, 334, 335, Mayflower Quarterly, vol. Many of the emigrants on the Anne and Little James would eventually be sent back to England as unfit for the task of living and working in a harsh colonial environment. The 1627 Division of Cattle - Eugene Aubrey Stratton. Morton was of York or Nottinghamshire in the north of England. In the spring of 1623 about 90 passengers embarked in two small ships sailing from London to Plymouth Colony for the purpose of providing settlers and other colony support. 79, no. Christopher Conant – Baptized in East Budleigh, Devon in 1588, son of Richard and Agnes (Charles) Conant. Came over as a young, unmarried man and was allotted one share in the 1623 (as Tho. Francis Sprague – Banks states his ancestry is unknown, although it was probable he was married and past middle age when he emigrated. , Around early 1408 (probably after 8 January), Anne married Richard of Conisburgh (1385–1415), the second son of Edmund, Duke of York (fourth son of King Edward III). Banks also states that it is possible Little James had more passengers, but due to size it could not accommodate many. Name of his wife was Tabitha, who later married later married Nathaniel Pickman (Pitman). Timothy Hatherley – A London Merchant Adventurer and felt-maker of St. Olaves, Southwark, London. Lucretia Oldham (sister) – Married Jonathan Brewster, eldest son of Elder William Brewster. But in the December 2013, Fear Brewster – Daughter of Elder William Brewster coming from Leiden. After this voyage Anne was to return to its regular cargo shipping work and Little James was to remain in the colony for fishing, cargo and military service. Robert Bartlett – Cooper (barrel maker) by occupation. Pierce (1623), (name unknown) – servant of A. Upon Roger Mortimer's death in 1398, this claim passed to his son and heir, Anne's brother Edmund, Earl of March. Stephen Tracey (Tracy) – He was a mariner by occupation. Anthony Dix (Dixe) – Mariner by occupation. Bradford states that some of the new settlers were useful persons and became “good members to the body”, some being the wives and children of men there already, some since the Fortune came over in 1621. By the 1627 'Division of Cattle' he had married Juliana (Carpenter), widow of George Morton, they all being. 4, pp. His wife died sometime after that year. Edward Burcher – Per Banks he was probably of Southwark St. Saviour parish, London.  She had two brothers, Edmund, 5th Earl of March (1391–1425), and Roger (1393–1413? Barbara (unknown) – Future (2nd) wife of Myles Standish. ), as well as a sister, Eleanor.. Robert Ratcliffe (Rattlife) – He was a native of Cheshire. Married Alice Collard in Southwark in 1614. Nicolas (Nicholas) Snow – Banks believed he was of Hoxton, Middlesex, (London), son of Nicholas Snow. In the 1623 land division "Mr Ouldom and those joyned with him" received ten shares covering his family and others of his group, numbering about ten persons. As a single man he received one share in both the 1623 division as "Edw. View Anne Roger’s profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. Een groot assortiment aan voor dames kleding Gratis retouren Achteraf betalen Baptized at, (Mrs) Alice (Carpenter) Southworth – born about 1591, one of five daughters of Alexander and Priscilla Carpenter of Wrington, co. Somerset in England and later Leiden, Holland. In the 1623 land division he is listed with the eight shares of the George Morton family. There are 20+ professionals named "Anna Roger", who use LinkedIn to exchange information, ideas, and opportunities. Married c. 1629 Mary, daughter of, Mary Buckett – until recently nothing has been known of her ancestry. But Bradford also related about those unfit for such a hardship settlement: “And some were so bad, as they were faine to be at charge to send them home again next year.” And the state of the passengers is relayed in an apologetic letter sent by Robert Cushman, former Leiden agent in London, to Bradford: “… It greeveth me to see so weake a company sent you, and yet had I not been here they had been weaker…Shuch and shuch came without my constente: but the importunitie of their freinds got promise of our Treasurer in my absence.”, From these statements it can be learned the reason that so many of the first arrivals disappeared from Plymouth after a few years of experiencing that hardship existence. Edward Holman – Banks believed he was from Clapham, Surrey per Stratton. Received two shares in the 1623 land division as "Robart Rattlife" indicating his wife was with him. The 1627 Division of Cattle - Caleb H. Johnson, This page was last edited on 20 March 2020, at 09:52. Elizabeth Warren (jr) (daughter) – later married Richard Church. The 1626 Purchasers - Eugene Aubrey Stratton. Bliv medlem af Facebook, og få kontakt med Anne Roger og andre, du måske kender. They had arranged independent emigration privileges with the Pilgrim authorities. May have arrived as a servant. Ann (Anna) Warren (daughter) – later married Thomas Little. Vis profiler af personer, der hedder Anne Roger. Per Stratton he resided in the Bay Colony. Thomas Clarke - Son of John and Mary (Morton) Clarke, baptized Stepney (London) c. 1599-1600. He came again as a settler in 1632 on. Join Facebook to connect with Anna Roger and others you may know. Manassah (Manasseh) Kempton – From Berwick-upon-Tweed on the Scottish border. Clarke) and 1627 divisions. Died c. 1643. In later years he stated in a petition he came over with his father-in-law in 1623. Sarah Godbertson (wife) - She died in a 1633 epidemic. In the contingent on board Anne were about 15 persons associated in some way with Mayflower passengers who had come over in 1620. Anne Mortimer died soon after the birth of her son Richard on 22 September 1411. May have died or left the colony. Had four acres in 1623 land division (as Anthony Anable). Mary Warren (daughter) – later married Robert Bartlett. Received one share in both the 1623 division as "John Fance" and 1627 divisions as "John ffance." (Mrs) ___ Bangs – possibly died before 1627. He was baptized in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk in 1596, son of Stephen and Agnes (Erdley) Tracy. After a three-month voyage, Anne arrived in Plymouth, per Bradford, on July 10, 1623 and Little James a week or ten days later. Samuel Godbertson (son) – Also known as Samuel Cuthbertson or shortened to Cuthbert. 79, no. , There are no separate passenger lists for each ship, as those that sailed in these ships were grouped together in records under Anne when the official land division was made in 1623 with assignment of acreage lots by name. Occupation of say(cloth)-weaver in Leiden where he married Tryphosa Lee in 1621. Received one share in 1623 land division (as James Rande) but was not in 1627 'Division of Cattle'. Later resided in Colchester, Essex. Anna Sprague (wife or daughter – status unknown). Pinches, John Harvey; Pinches, Rosemary (1974), The Royal Heraldry of England, Heraldry Today, Slough, Buckinghamshire: Hollen Street Press, Burke's Peerage & Baronetage, 106th Edition, Charles Mosley Editor-in-Chief, 1999, Page: 15, 1222, William Donn de Burgh, 3rd Earl of Ulster, Elizabeth de Burgh, 4th Countess of Ulster, "Fitzalan, Richard, third earl of Arundel", "Holland, Sir Thomas, first Earl of Kent of the Holland family (d. 1360)", "Mortimer, Edmund (V), fifth earl of March", "Mortimer, Roger (VI) de, fourth Earl of March", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Anne_de_Mortimer&oldid=978688474, Wikipedia articles incorporating a citation from the ODNB, Short description is different from Wikidata, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 16 September 2020, at 11:25. It was believed she may have been related to one or more of the. Member of the 1626 Purchaser investment group (Plymouth and London) as "Mr Hatherley." Married (1) c. 1627 Jane Cooke, daughter of Mayflower passenger Francis Cooke. Died 1674.  Following their mother's death in 1405, the sisters fared less well than their brothers and were described as "destitute", needing £100 per annum for themselves and their servants. Experience Mitchell – Banks states he was from Duke’s Place, a parish in Aldgate, London, son of Thomas Mitchell of Cambridge, who was also of Amsterdam and Leiden. Thomas Tilden – Per Banks probably from Tenterden, Kent, where he was baptized in 1593, younger brother of Nathaniel Tilden who emigrated in 1635. Banks says both were daughters. This group received "halfe" of another animal in "consideration" for sharing with the "poore". 79, no. Also see: The ships Anne and Little James, In the spring of 1623 about 90 passengers embarked in two small ships sailing from London to Plymouth Colony for the purpose of providing settlers and other colony support. Voyage. Some joined husbands or future husbands: Hester Cooke, Bridget Fuller, Alice (Carpenter) Southworth who married William Bradford, Elizabeth Warren and Barbara Standish. Taxed in Southwark in 1628. Arrived on the. Juliann * (Carpenter) Morton – Per Banks she was baptized in March 1584 at St. James church in Bath, co. Somerset. From that it is thought that he may have had a family of wife and two children with him on. These were the 140-ton supply ship Anne and the smaller, new 44-ton pinnace Little James which had been outfitted for military service. Member of the 1626 Purchaser investment group. See the complete profile on LinkedIn and discover Anne… , Of the 90-odd passengers, there were about 60 men, women and children total in both ships, many being former English Separatist residents of Leiden, Holland, and with about 30 others being part of an independent emigrant group led by John Oldham. Edmund Flood – Received one share in the 1623 land division, but was not listed in the 1627 'Division of Cattle' per Stratton.  In 1399, Richard II was deposed by Henry IV, of the House of Lancaster, making Edmund Mortimer a dynastic threat to the new king, who in turn placed both Edmund and his brother Roger under royal custody. He had three acres in the 1623 land division as "Steph: Tracy" meaning wife and daughter Sarah must have also been on. , Anne Mortimer and Richard of Conisburgh had two sons and a daughter:. Anne and her sister Eleanor remained in the care of their mother, Countess Eleanor, who, not long after her first husband's death, married Lord Edward Charleton of Powys. Abraham Pierce (or Peirce) – He was named with two servants in the 1623 division as "Mr Perces .2. ser:" Member of the 1626 Purchaser investment group as "Abraham Pearse." It was her line of descent which gave the Yorkist dynasty its claim to the throne. Married (1) Susanna Ring, daughter of Mary Ring who was the mother of all his children – William, Andrew, John, James, Susanna, and Nathaniel. 4, p. 334, 335, Passengers of the Anne and Little James 1623, Rare Book and Special Collections Division at the Library of Congress, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Passengers_of_the_ships_Anne_and_Little_James_1623&oldid=946465574, Articles with self-published sources from January 2018, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. The 1623 land division lists four shares for him under "Bangs." 332-335, Mayflower Quarterly, vol. Juliann’s sister Alice was on the ship accompanying the Little James, the. Did not share in the 1627 'Division of Cattle' and may have moved to Salem. His wife was Patience Morton, daughter of George and Juliana (Carpenter) Morton, passengers on the Little James. Holman" and 1627 division as "Edward Holdman." Per Banks he was of Panfield, Essex, son of John and Jane (Chavis) Bangs. And there were Mary and Sarah Priest, the daughters of the deceased Pilgrim Degory Priest, who had arrived from Leiden and later married Phineas Pratt and John Coombs respectively. Member of the 1626 Purchaser investment group. Premium outfits zonder verzendkosten bestellen bij ABOUT YOU. Annable was also a Member of the 1626 Purchaser investment group. , Mayflower Quarterly, vol. Her ancestry and name of her husband are unknown. He visited Plymouth in 1623 and returned to England. He had three shares in the 1623 land division as "Francis Spragge" and was in the 1627 'Division of Cattle' (as "ffrancis, Anna and Mercye Sprage") with Anna and Mercy Sprague, Anna's status unknown whether wife or daughter, Mercy being a daughter. Anne has 4 jobs listed on their profile. 4, p. 337, Mayflower Quarterly, vol. But author Charles Banks did identify at least four men, three with families, who were passengers on Little James. Lydia Hicks – Daughter of Robert and Margaret Hicks – she arrived with her mother Margaret on, Margaret Hicks (Hix) – (wife of Robert Hicks) – arrived on, Samuel Hicks – (son of Robert and Margaret), (Mrs) ____ Hilton (wife of William Hilton) – Hilton arrived on, William Hilton (jr) (son of William Hilton). After her husband’s death in 1624 she married “Manasseh” Kempton. In 1623 land division as "Ralfe Walen" with unknown shares. Wife of.  She was probably buried at Kings Langley, Hertfordshire, once the site of Kings Langley Palace, perhaps in the conventual church that houses the tombs of her husband's parents Edmund of Langley and Isabella of Castile. In the 1627 division he had one share as "Abraham Peirce." Anne's father was a descendant of Lionel, Duke of Clarence, second surviving son of King Edward III of England, an ancestry which made Mortimer a potential heir to the throne during the reign of the childless King Richard II. William Heard – He received on share in the 1623 land division but did not appear in the 1627 'Division of Cattle'. 4, pp. She did appear in the 1623 land division as “Mrs Standish.” The five-member family appears in the 1627 division with three sons and with the Winslow and White families. View the profiles of people named Anna Roger. Member of the 1626 Purchaser investment group as "Raph Wallen." In the 1623 land division a portion was given to Fear Brewster along with her sister "Pacience Brewster" and Robert Long. They shared a "black heyfer and two shee goates" in their group. He was a member of the 1626 Purchaser Investment group. No shares in 1627 'Division of Cattle'. Anthony Annable – Married Jane Momford in Cambridge 1619. Married, Patience Brewster – Daughter of Elder William Brewster coming from Leiden. Additionally, eight wives accompanied their husbands on these two ships, along with twelve children most brought over by their parents of at least two of whom were Patience and Fear Brewster, daughters of William and Mary Brewster, who had arrived on the Mayflower.. One share in the 1623 land division as "Robt Bartlet." He was living in London in the summer of 1620. Robert Long – He was in the 1623 land division sharing three acres with the sisters Fear and Patience Brewster. See the complete profile on LinkedIn and discover Anne… Abigail Warren (daughter) – later married Anthony Snow. Upon Roger Mortimer's death in 1398, this claim passed to his son and heir, Anne's brother Edmund, Earl of March. In 1636 he was killed in an Indian attack on Block Island. He was beyond middle life on this voyage as the, John Jenney – He was a cooper (barrel maker) by occupation. (Mrs) Frances Palmer - Wife of William Palmer who arrived on, Christian Penn – A female of the John Oldham group but oddly no connection to any other. Lived in the London parish of St. Lawrence Jewry where his brother, (Mrs) Hester (Mayhieu) Cooke – A Huguenot who lived in Canterbury, England and Leiden. Samuel Jenney (son – born on board Little James), George Morton – historically famous to Plymouth Colony by being revealed as the author (possibly with William Bradford and Edward Winslow) of Mourt’s Relations, a manuscript of life and times from the earliest colony days, published in England in 1622. Anne has 9 jobs listed on their profile. John Oldham – Per Banks he was originally from the town of Derby in Derbyshire. Died c. 1670. This later group had been promised a separate living situation in Plymouth apart from the main settlement. These were the 140-ton supply ship Anne and the smaller, new 44-ton pinnace Little James which had been outfitted for military service. She married Governor William Bradford in Plymouth on August 14, 1623, a few weeks after arriving on the ship. She was the widow of Edward Southworth, who died 1621/22, and her future husband was William Bradford. He either died or left the colony. William Bridges – Possible brother or kinsman of John Bridges, Master of Little James. Died in Plymouth 1697/8. John Faunce – His ancestry is uncertain.