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Hercules Passenger List (1635)

List of passengers on the 1635 voyage of the ship "Hercules" from Sandwich, England, to Plymouth in "New England."


"A list of all such persons as embarked themselves in the good ship Hercules of Sandwich of the burden of 200 tonnes or thereabouts whereof next under God, John Witherly was Master and therein transported from this town and part of Sandwich to the Plantacion called New England in America together with a brief note of the certificates from the ministers where they have dwelt, of their conversation and conformity to the orders and discipline of the Church and that they have taken the Oath of Allegiance and Supremecy according to the order of the L'ds of His M'ats most Noble Prince Counsill of the last of Dec. 1634 videlt."

For a history of the passenger list, click here.

Certificates Masters of Families Children Servants
Ffrom Mr Gee Vicar
of Tenderden and
from John Austen
Mayor of Tenderden
Ffregift Stace, Jurat
There dated 4 Mch. 1634
Natamil Tilden of
Tenderden, Kent
Yoeman and Lidia his wief
Joseph
Thomas
Stepen
Marie
Sarah
Judeth
Lidia
Thos. Lapham
Geo. Sutton
Edw. Fford
Edw. Jeakins
Sarah Couchman
Marie Perien
James Bennet
Ffrom the same
2 Mch. 1634
4 Mch. 1634
Ffrom Sam'l Marshall
Mayor of Maidstone,
Thos. Swinnock Jurat,
Edw'd Duke and Rob't
Barrell, Ministers
There 14 Mch. 1634
Jonas Austin of
Tenderden and
Constance, his wief.
Jonas Austin
Lidia Robinson Austen
a little childe
Robt. Brooke of
Maidstone in Kent
Mercer and Anne
his wief.
Thomas Brooke
Sam'l Brook
Elys Brooke
Dorothie Brook
Ffrom Wm Culpepper,
Caleb Banckes, Edw. Duke
and Hen. Crispe, Ffrancis
Ffroiden, Clerk, 14 Mch.
1634.
Thos. Hayward of
Aylesford in Kent
Taylor and Susannah
his wief.
Thos.
John
Elizabeth
Susan
Martha
Abra. Gallant
James Gallant
Ffrom Edw. Chute
Edm. Hayes; Vicar of
Ashford; Elias Wood
pson of Hinehill, 4 Mch. 1634
Hempdresser
Elias Woodson of
Hinehill, 4 Mch. 1634
Ffanet Notwise Ashford
Hempdresser
Mayor Maidstone & as above
14 Mch. 1634
William Witherell of
Maidstone Schoolmaster
and his weif.
Sam'l
Daniel
Thomas
Anne
Richard
Ffrom Mr. Thos. Warren
Rector of St. Peters
Sandwich, 14 Mch. 1634
Ffrom Mr. Thos. Gardner
Vicar of St. Maries in
Sandwich 17 Mch. 1634
Thos Bonney and Edwd
Ewell of Sandwich,
Shoemakers.
Wm. Hatch of Sandwich,
Merchant and Jane
his wief.
Walter
John
Willm
Anne
Jane
Wm. Holmes
Joseph Ketchell
Robt Jenings
Simon Ketchell
Symon Sutton
Lidia Wells
Ffrom Mr. John Gee
Vicar of Tenderden
As above 16 Mch. 1634
Samuel Hinckley of
Tenderden and
Sara his wief.
Susan
Sara
Mary, children and
Eliz. Hincle, a kinswoman
Ffrom Thos. Warren of
Sandwich 14 Mch. 1634
Edw'd (sic) (?) Edmd
Hayes Vicar of Ashford
12 Mch. 1634
Isaac Cole of
Sandwich, Carpenter
and Joane his wief.
Isaac and
Anne
Rose Tritton
of Ashford.
The same Thos. Champion of
Ashford
Mr. Thos. Warren of
Sandwich and
Thos. Harmon Vicar
of Hedcorn Mch 1634
Thomas Besbeech
of Sandwich, Kent.
Mary
Alice
Thos. Neuley
Jos. Pacheing
Agnes Love
Elizab Egelden*
Jane Egelden*
Sara Egelden*
John Egelden*
*Several sources contributed to the reconstruction of this Herucles passenger list of 1635 (see below). One source, has the Egeldens as children. Another identifies Elizabeth as Mrs. Elizabeth (Bennet) Egelden, widow of Stephen Egelden, who later married Joseph Pacheing and moved to Fairfield, Connecticut.
Jno Gee & Vicar of
Tenderden as above
28 Feb. 1634
1 Mch 1634
John Lewis of
Tenderden and
Sara his wief.
Sara Lewes
Jos. Leech Vicar
of Bow in London
19 Mch. 1634
Parnell Harris of
The Parish of Bow
in London
Edw. Nicholls, Vicar
of North Bourn
2 Feb. 1634
Ja. Sayers of
North Bourn, Kent
Taylor
Edm. Hayes, Vicar of
Ashford in Kent
21 Mch. 1634
Comfort Starre of
Ashford in Kent
Chirurgeon
Thomas
Comfort
Mary
Sam'l. Dunkin
John Turkey
Truthshall
Prevail, Starre
Rob't. Gorman, Jurat
of Great Chart in
Kent 20 Mch. 1634
Jos. Rootes
of Great Chart
Wm. Sandford, Rector
of Eastwell in Kent
16 Mch. 1634
Emme Mason of the Parish
of Eastwell; widow
Thos Gardner of
Sandwich as above
Margaret, wief of Wm.
Jones late of Sandwich
Now of New England, Painter.
Thos. Jacobson of
St. George, Canterbury
Feb. 1634
John Best of the
same Parish, Taylor
John Phillips Master
of Faversham, 5 Mch
John Knosler, Mayor
Wm. Thurston, Jurat
Thos. Brtigden of the
same town and two
children, husbandman and...
his wief.

Md that all those that have noe certificates affixed that they have taken the Oath of Supremacy and Allegiance took the said oathes before the Mayor of Sandwich.

The Mayor and Jurat of Sandwich


The following is a short history of the Hercules passenger list, taken from a great website, "English-America," that is now sadly defunct.

The list has a history of numerous updates, each published, some reprinted, and separately corrected in various publications. One list, copied from the original records of Sandwich, co. Kent, England, was found later to be partial (in that the numbers of children and servants were given, rather than names). A copy of the list was made by William Boys (in his "History of Sandwich," 1786.) James Savage included a copy of Boys' list in an article ("Gleanings for New England History," 1843.) The Boys' list was also printed in Samuel Drake's "Founders of New England" (1860) and in the New England Historical and Genealogical Register (NEGHR, 1861.) The "Somerby Manuscripts" contain a copy made from Boys' "History of Sandwich." These sources were duplicated in other various publications, including Drake's version in John C. Hotten's book (1874.) A copy was finally made from the original list at Sandwich, England by J. A. Jacobs, a curator there. That list contained some differences in names and numbers of people, and included the names missing from the other lists. The "complete" Sandwich list was provided to the NEHGR by Eben Putnam for publication (1921), with the note that Hotten had not included it in his book. Then an additional article by Elizabeth Bartlett, who had copied them from the Sandwich original in 1911, was printed in the NEHGR providing many corrections to the Putnam list (and noting that Hotten had included the other list.)


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