Family:William Hatch and Jane Young (3)

Facts and Events
Marriage License[1] 9 Jul 1624 Canterbury, Kent, EnglandThanington
Marriage[1] aft 9 Jul 1624 Canterbury, Kent, England(probably)
Children
BirthDeath
1.
chr. 7 Aug 1625 Wye, Kent, England
aft 1643
2.
chr. 3 Dec 1626 Wye, Kent, England
3.
bef 31 Jul 1628 Wye, Kent, England
bur. 31 Jul 1628 Wye, Kent, England
4.
chr. 9 Aug 1629 Wye, Kent, England
bet 13 Sep 1653 and 1656
5.
chr. 19 Jun 1631 Wye, Kent, England
 
6.
chr. 3 Nov 1633 Wye, Kent, England
bur. 6 Nov 1633 Wye, Kent, England

On 17 March 1634/5, "Wm Hatch of Sandwich, merchant, & Jane his wife," with their children "Walter," "John," "Willm," "Anne" and "Jane," with a certificate of conformity from "Mr. Thos Gardener, Vicar of St. Marie's in Sandwich," and along with five servants, "Wm Holmes," "Joseph Ketchrell," "Simon Ketcrell," "Symon Sutton," and "Lidia Wells," were enrolled at Sandwich as passengers for New England on the Hercules [NEHGR 75:219]

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 William Hatch, in French, Elizabeth. Genealogical Research in England - Hatch. New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (New England Historic Genealogical Society, Jul 1916), 70:250-251.

    1624 William Hatch, of Ashford, woollen draper, bachelor, about 25, and Jane Young of Thannington, maiden, about 27, whose friends are dead, at Thannington, 9 July. Bondsmen: Edward Young of Thannington, husbandman, and William Page of Canterbury, blacksmith [from the original licence in the Diocesan Registry, Canterbury, partially printed in Cowper's Canterbury Marriage Licences, Series 2, column 471].


Hercules (1635)
From Hotten:s Original Persons: "Of all such persons as embarked themselves in the good ship called the Hercules, of Sandwicxh, of the burthen of 200 tons, John Witherley, master, and therein transported from Sandwich to the plantation called New England in America; with the cerificates from the ministers where they last dwelt of their conversation, and conformity to the orders and discipline of the church, and that they had taken the oath of allegiance and supremacy. (The certificates, all dated February and March, 1634, are here omitted.)
Sailed: early 1635 from Sandwich, Kent, England under Master John Witherley
Arrived: summer 1635 at Boston, Massachusetts Bay Colony

Passengers:
~50 (Full List)
Jonas Austen family - Thomas Besbeech family (and Egelden children, servant Agnes Love, Thomas Neuley, Joseph Pacheing) - James Bennet - Jno. Best - Thomas Bonney - Thomas Bridgen family - Robert Brook family (and Gallant children) - Thomas Champion - Isaac Cole family (servant Rose Tritton) - Hen. Ewell - Parnel Harris - William Hatch family (servants Joseph Ketchrell - Simon Ketcrell - William Holmes, Symon Sutton, Lydia Wells)- Samuel Hinkley family - Thomas Heyward family - Margaret Johnnes - Jno. Lewis family - Em. Mason - Jos. Rootes - James Sayers - Comfort Starre family (servant John Turkey) - Nathaniel Tilden family (servant Sara Couchman, Edward Ford, Thomas Lapham, Marie Perien) - Fannet not Wise - William Witherell family (servant Anne Richards) -

Resources: Primary Sources:
Other information: Sandwich history - Hotten's list - Bisbee (longer list and includes history of lists)