Passenger List for the Confidence 1638

Version 1

Captain John Gibson April 11

 

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CONFIDENCE, of London, two hundred tons, John Gibson, Master. She sailed from Southampton
        the last of April, "by vertue of the Lord Treasurers warrant of the 11th of April,1638."

WALTER HAYNES

55

  linen weaver of Sutton Mansfield, Wilts

Sudbury

 Mrs. Elizabeth Haynes

 John Haynes

 Josias Haynes

 Suffrance Haynes

 Mary Haynes

 John Blandford

27

 servant

 John Riddet

26

 servant

 Richard Biddlecombe

16

 servant

PETER NOYES

47

of Penton, county Hants, yeoman

Watertown

 Thomas Noyes

15

 Elizabeth Noyes

 Robert Davis

30

 servant

 Margaret Davis

26

 servant

 John Rutter

22

 servant

NICHOLAS GUY

50

 carpenter of Upton Gray, county Hants

Watertown

 Mrs. Jane Guy

30

 Mary Guy

 Joseph Taintor

25

 servant

 Robert Bayley

23

 servant

JOHN BENT

35

of Penton, Hants, husbandman

Sudbury

 Mrs. Martha Bent

 Robert Bent

10

 Agnes Bent

8

 William Bent

6

 Peter Bent

4

 John Bent

2

ROGER PORTER

55

of Long Sutton, Hants

Watertown

 Joan Porter

 Susan Porter

 Mary Porter

 Rose Porter

JOHN SANDERS

25

of Langford, Wilts, husbandman

Salisbury

 Mrs. Sarah Sanders (Webmaster note: Sarah was not his wife, but his daughter. Source: The Founders of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, page 37, by Sarah Saunders Smith, pub. 1897.)

 John Cole

40

Roger Eastman *

15

 servant

 Richard Blake

16

 servant

 William Cottle

12

 servant

 Robert King

24

 servant

JOHN ROLFE

50

 husbandman of Melchitt Park, Wilts.

Salisbury

 Mrs. Anne Rolfe

 Thomas Whittle

18

 servant

JOHN GOODENOWE

42

 husbandman of Semley, county Wilts.

Sudbury

 Mrs. Jane Goodenowe

 Lydia Goodenowe

 Jane Goodenowe

EDMUND GOODENOWE

27

 husbandman of Donhead, county Wilts.

Sudbury

 Mrs. Anne Goodenowe

 John Goodenowe

3

 Thomas Goodenowe

1

 Richard Sanger

18

 servant

THOMAS GOODENOWE

30

 of Shaftesbury, county ,Dorset

Sudbury

 Mrs. Jane Goodenowe

 Ursula Goodenowe

 Thomas Goodenowe

1

EDMUND KERLEY

22

 husbandman of Ashmore, county Dorset

 William Kerley

husbandman

Sudbury

 Edmund Morris

of Kington Magna, county Dorset

STEPHEN KENT

27

 of Nether Wallop, county Hants

Newbury

 Mrs. Margery Kent

26

 George Church

16

 servant

 Hugh March

20

 servant

 Anthony Sadler

9

 servant

 Nicholas Wallington

"a poor boy"

 Rebecca Kent

16

 servant

JOHN STEPHENS

31

 of Caversham, county, Oxford, husbandman

Newbury

 Mrs. Elizabeth Stephens

 Mrs. Alice Stephens

mother

 William Stephens

21

 of Caversham, county Oxford, husbandman

 John Lougie

16

 servant

 Grace Lougie

servant

THOMAS JONES

36

 of Caversham, county Oxford, tailor

 Mrs. Anne Jones

 . . . . . . Jones

8

 . . . . . . Jones

6

 . . . . . . Jones

4

 . . . . . . Jones

2

 William Baunsh

24

 servant

 Jude Donley

servant

Mrs. Martha Wilder

of Shiplake, county Oxford, spinster

 Mary Wilder

daughter

 Augustine Bearce

20

 Martha Keene

60

 Elizaheth Keene

13

 Martha Keene

 Josias Keene

 John Keene

17

 Sarah Keene

JOHN BENSON

30

 of Caversham, county Oxford, husbandman

Hingham

 Mrs. Mary Benson

 John Benson

3

 Mary Benson

1

WILLIAM ILSLEY

26

 of Nether Wallop, county , Hants, shoemaker

Newbury

 Mrs. Barbara Ilsley

 Philip Davie

12

 servant

JOHN ILSLEY

24

 of Nether Wallop, county , Hants, shoemaker

Salisbury

JOSEPH PARKER

24

 of Newbury, county Berks, tanner

Newbury

Mrs. SARAH OSGOOD

of Wherwell, county Hants, spinster

Newbury

 Sarah Osgood

9

 John Osgood

7

 Mary Osgood

5

 Elizabeth Osgood

3

 William Osgood

}children under xj years.

 William Jones

}children under xj years.

 Margery Parke servant

JOHN LUDWELL

50

 Henry Hangert

40

 servant

 David Wheeler

11

 servant

RICHARD BIDGOOD

of Romsey, county Hants, merchant

Boston


*John Eastman may have changed his occupation and rank due to political reasons. Source: New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 21