Voyages of the Mary and John to Connecticut
The Mary and John, a large ship of 400 tons, is reported to have taken three voyages out of Plymouth, England(1): These are two suggested passenger lists for the ship Mary & John compiled by authors from a variety of sources. No actual recorded passenger list from the Mary & John has come to light and there remain many questions as to who actually sailed on this ship and who came on subsequent ships.
|June, 1607||The Mary & John departed Falmouth, England, for the coast of Maine.|
|October 6, 1607||The Mary & John left the settlers at the mouth of the Kennebec River (now Sabino, Maine), arriving at Plymouth, England, on December 1, 1607.|
|1630||Brought 140 passengers to New England from the West Country (counties of Dorset, Somerset, Devon & Cornwall).|
|About March 26, 1634||The Mary & John departed London for New England.|
For more information, see the Mary and John Passenger Lists.
For More Information
See "Search for the Passengers of the Mary & John 1630" Vols. 1 - 26, published by The Mary & John Clearing House and available in many library genealogy collections.