Family:Adam Mott and Elizabeth Creed (1)

Facts and Events
Marriage[1] 28 Oct 1616 Saffron Walden, Essex, England
Children
BirthDeath
1.
est 1617
2.
aft 2 Apr 1661
3.
est 1623
4.
est 1626
aft 1655
5.
est 1629

After Elizabeth's death, Adam remarried and sailed with his children and new wife to America: On 2 July 1635, "a tailor, Adam Mott," aged 39, "uxor Sara Mott," aged 31, and "children," "Jo[hn] Mott," aged 14, "Adam Mott," aged 12, "Jonathan Mott," aged 9, "Elizabeth Mott," aged 6, and "Mary Mott," aged 4, with a certificate of conformity from the minister at Cambridge, were enrolled at London as passengers for New England on the Defence [Hotten 99].


Defence (1635)
Sailed: Late July 1635 from London, England under Master Edward Bostocke
Arrived: 8 Oct 1635 at Massachusetts Bay Colony

Passengers:
~100 (Full List)
Thomas Boylston - Richard Champney family - George and Joseph Cocke - Robert and Edward Colburne - Penelope Darno - Elizabeth Fenwick - James Fitch and family - French family - Jasper and Ann Goun - Eglin Hanford and family - Roger and Mabel Harlakenden - William Holman and family - William Hubbard and family - Jo Jenkynn- John Jones and family - Robert Keayne and family - Robert Longe and family - Adam Mott and family - Francis Nutbrowne - Rich Peck - William Read and family - Symon Roger - William Sawkyn - Samuel Shepherd - John (Thomas?) Sheppard and family - Sarah Simes - Henry Stevens - William and Marie Williamson - Ann Wood

Resources: Primary Sources:
Other information: Passenger list


References
  1. Adam Mott, in Anderson, Robert Charles; George F. Sanborn; and Melinde Lutz Sanborn. The Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635. (NEHGS, 1999-2011), 2:5:183.

    MARRIAGE: (1) Saffron Walden, Essex, 28 October 1616 Elizabeth Creed [TAG 35:108]. (Moriarty reported the surname of this bride as "Creel" but Boyd's Marriage Index has it as "Creed". The final letter of the surname is lost in an inkblot in the microfilm of the original parish register. A survey of Boyd's Marriage Index and Essex probate indexes reveals many instances of "Creed" and "Creek" but none for "Creel", so we have accepted the reading in Boyd's Marriage Index.)