First Supply consisted of the John and Francis and the Phoenix, per the records from the colony in 1624. The John and Francis with Captain Christopher Newport left London October 4, 1607, Gravesend October 18th, along with the Phoenix and Captain Francis Nelson in consort, waited for the winds until November 2 at Falmouth. They reached Santo Domingo Dec 9th, lost sight of the Phoenix with her 40 men in a fog, and reached Jamestown Saturday evening, Jan 12th. 120 settlers left on the two ships, only 100 reached Virginia. The Phoenix arrived some time after the John and Francis. The John and Francis would return to England April 10, 1608, carrying Edward Wingfield, Archer, an Irishman named Francis McGuire, and an Indian, Namontack, arriving in England May 31st.. The Phoenix finally arrived April 20th having wintered over in the West Indies, then left Virginia June 12, 1608 with Captain Nelson and Captain John Martin.
Alphabetical: Abots Jefrey Alberton Robert, Perfumer Barnes Robert Bayley William Beckwith William, Tailor Belfield Richard, Refiner Bentley William, Laborer Bouth John, Laborer Brislow Richard, Laborer Burket William, Laborer Burne James Cantrill William Causey William Coo Thomas Cotton Robert, Tobacco-pipe-maker Cutler Robert Dawson William, Refiner Dole Richard, Blacksmith Feld Thomas ,Apothecary Fetherstone Richard Forest George Gittnat Post, Surgeon Goodyson Raymond, Laborer Gradon Richard, Laborer Gryvill William Gurganay Edward Harford John, Apothecary Harper John Hill George Hope, Thomas Tailor Johnson William, Refiner Keffer Peter, Gunner Killingbeck Richard Leds Timothy Lewes John, Couper May William, Laborer Miler Richard, Laborer Molynex Richard Morton Ralfe Nelstrop Rowland, Laborer Nickoles John Perce William, Laborer Perkins Francis, Laborer Phetyplace Michaell Phetyplace William Pory Peter Pots Richard Powell John, Tailor Pretty George Prodger Richard Ransacke Abraham, Refiner Rodes Christopher Russell Doctor Salvage Richard, Laborer Salvage Thomas, Laborer Scrivner, Matthew Council, drowned in James River Jan 1609 Sickelmore Michaell Simons William, Laborer Speareman John, Laborer Spence William, Laborer Stalling Daniell, jeweler Taverner John Towtales Laurence,Tailor Ven Nicholas, Laborer Vere Unknown, Laborer Ward William, Tailor Watkings James Worley Richard Wyffin Richard Wyles Bishop, Laborer Yonge William, Tailor Unknown Michaell, Laborer ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Source Order: Council: Matthew Scrivner Gentlemen: Michaell Phetyplace William Phetyplace Ralfe Morton William Cantrill Richard Wyffin Robert Barnes George Hill George Pretty John Taverner Robert Cutler Michaell Sickelmore Thomas Coo Peter Pory Richard Killingbeck William Causey Doctor Russell Richard Worley Richard Prodger William Bayley Richard Molynex Richard Pots Jefrey Abots John Harper Timothy Leds Edward Gurganay George Forest John Nickoles William Gryvill Laborers: Raymond Goodyson John Speareman William Spence Richard Brislow William Simons John Bouth William Burket Nicholas Ven William Perce Francis Perkins Francis Perkins William Bentley Richard Gradon Rowland Nelstrop Richard Salvage Thomas Salvage Richard Miler William May Vere Michaell Bishop Wyles Tailors: John Powell Thomas Hope William Beckwith William Yonge Laurence Towtales William Ward Refiners: William Dawson Abraham Ransacke William Johnson Richard Belfield Apothecaries: Thomas Feld John Harford Daniell Stalling, jeweler Peter Keffer, Gunner Robert Alberton, Perfumer Post Gittnat, Surgeon John Lewes, Couper Robert Cotton, Tobacco-pipe-maker Richard Dole, Blacksmith Others: Christopher Rodes James Watkings Richard Fetherstone James BurneFirst Supply sources:
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