Passengers For Virginia

June 20, 1635. Theis under written names are to be transported to Virginea imbarqued in the Phillip Richard Morgan Mr. the men have been examined by the minister of the towne of Gravesend of their conformitie to the orders & disipline of the Church of England: And tooke the oath of Alleg die et A° pred.
[Figures following the several names are the years of age.]

John Hart, 33
John Coachman, 28
John Reddam, 32
John Shawe, 30
George Hill, 23
George Bonham, 31
Win. Rogers, 35
Edward Halock, 32
Ric: Dawson, 31
Peter Johnson 36
William Bransby, 34
Nicholas Rippen, 31
James Quarrier, 22
Wm. Taylor, 36
James York, 21
Thomas Gorham, 19
Nathaniell Disnall, 23
John Taylor, 16
John Gorham, 18
Richard Wilson, 19
Robert Morgan, 33
Samuel Milner, 18
Tymothie Featlie, 23
Wm. Arundell, 32
Alexander Leake, 22
John Mason, 16
William Emson, 33
James Habroll, 22
Richard Johnson, 19
John Lawter, 17
Thomas Edwards, 20
Robert Davies, 28
Richard Upcott, 26
Thomas Peslett, 23

WOMEN.

Ellin Burgis, 45
Katherin Bowes, 20
Suzan Trask, 25
Marcie Langford, 24
Elizabeth Willerton, 18
Sara Shawe, 18
Marie Baker, 25
Ann Barnie, 23   

SOURCE: Vol, I, No 8, February 24, 1912 Genealogy: a journal of American ancestry