Facts and Events
John probably came over by himself about 1632. He was taxed at Plymouth in 1633 but not 1634. His family followed him in April 1635:
13 April, 1635.
IN the ELIZABETH and ANN, Mr. ROGER COOP, bound for New England, p. cert. from the Maior of Evesham, in com. Worwr., & from the Minister of ye parish of their conformitie Years.
MARGERIE WASHBORN .....................49
JO. WASHBORNE ....................14 } 2 sonns.
PHILLIPP WASHBORNE . .........11 }
- ↑ Washburn, George T. Ebenezer Washburn, his Ancestors and Descendants: a family story of 700 years. (Pasumala, SD: American Mission Lenox Press, 1913).
| The Elizabeth and Ann (1635)
|The Elizabeth and Ann, also known as the Eliza and Ann sailed in the spring of 1635. The passengers are found scattered amongst a number of entries in Hotten's Emigrant Ancestors.
|Sailed: ||May? 1635 from London, England under Master Roger Clapp
|Arrived: ||July? 1635 at Boston, Massachusetts
| Joseph Alsop - Thomas Alsop - Baker family - Gamaliell Beomont - John Birden - Grace Bulkley - Robert Carr - Sara Cartrack - Clement Chaplin - James Cobbet - Josias Cobbet - William Courser - Henry Curtis - Thomas Dane - Eaton family - Joseph Faberr - Elizabeth Fabin - Richard Goard - Amivell Hall - O. Halsey - Robert Hans - Robert Hawkins - Thomas Hedhall or Hedsall - John Holloway - Thomas Hubbard - Percy King - Henry Jackson - Robert Jefferies family - Thomas Lord family - Morecock children - Oldham children - George Orris - George Parker - Thomas Pond - Vincen Potter - William Read - William Samond - Richard Sanpson - Nicholas Sension - Robert Standy - Christopher Stanley - William Swayne - M. Swynden - Jo. Thomson - John Whitney family - Washburn family - Edmund Weston - Richard White - Andrey Whitton - Henry Wilkinson - George Wylde - John Wylie