Person:Thomas Armitage (7)

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Thomas Armitage
b.by abt 1601
  • HThomas Armitage1601 - 1668
  • WSusan MitchellAbout 1604 - About 1652
m. 27 Sep 1625
  1. Susan ArmitageAbout 1635 - About 1673
Facts and Events
Name Thomas Armitage
Gender Male
Birth[2] by abt 1601
Alt Birth? 16 Dec 1602 Leeds, Yorkshire, EnglandCitation needed
Marriage 27 Sep 1625 Bradford, Yorkshire, Englandto Susan Mitchell
Death? 16 Nov 1668 Long Island, New York, United StatesCitation needed

Origins

Other immigrants from Halifax, Yorkshire, Matthew Mitchell, Edmund Wood, and John Lum, settled at Stamford with Thoams and were probably on the James with him in 1635.[2] Anderson notes that a Thomas Armitage married Susan Mitchell at Bradford, Yorkshire, and Severshith and others have thought this might be the immigrant, and that Susan Mitchell was related to Matthew Mitchell, but no one has been able to prove this. [3]

References
  1.   "The Armitage Family," by Bill Putman.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Thomas Armitage, in Anderson, Robert Charles; George F. Sanborn; and Melinde Lutz Sanborn. The Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635. (NEHGS, 1999-2011).

    Origin: Unknown but associated with several other immigrants from Halifax, Yorkshire. Migration: 1635 on the James of Bristol.
    Birth: By abt 1601 based on est date of marriage/first child
    Death: By 1667 if "Anne Hermitage" who married Samuel Barret that year was his widow).

  3. Anderson, citing Seversmith Armitage 115, NYGBR 120:101.
The James of Bristol (1635)
At least three ships called the James sailed in 1635 from England to New England. This one sailed with the Angel Gabriel and three smaller ships, the Bess, the Diligent, and the Mary. The James and the Angel Gabriel were caught in a great storm off the coast of North America. The Angel Gabriel wrecked off the coast of Maine, the James survived barely, making it to Boston after more than 12 weeks at sea.
Sailed: 4 June 1635 from King's Road, Bristol, England under Master John Taylor
Arrived: 17 Aug 1635 at Boston, Massachusetts.

Passengers:
at least 28
Thomas Armitage and family - Barnabas and Dina Fawer - George and Jane Kendrick - Richard Mather and family - Rev. Daniel Maude - Matthew Mitchell and family - John Smith and family - Nathaniel Wales

Resources: Richard Mather's Journal - Passenger List