Family:John Washburn and Margery Moore (1)

Facts and Events
Marriage[1] 23 NOV 1618 Bengeworth, Worcestershire, England
Children
BirthDeath
1.
2.
ABT 1624
 

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 }


References
  1. 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

Passengers:
~100
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

Resources: Transcription of records from Hotten Founders of New England (NEHGR)