The 'Good ship Hercules of Sandwich' left Sandwich, England in1634 with her master, John Witherley. Hercules of Dover

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.)"

Alphabetical roll:
Austen Jonas of Tenterden (From Staplehurst, Kent, bound for Cambridge, Hingham and Taunton. Ref: NEGR 67/166. 36 pg 83)
Austen Constance, wife
Austen Jonas, son
Aysten Lidia, daughter
Austen Mary, daughter
Austen child
Bennet James, Tilden servant (From Tenterden, Kent, bound for Scituate, Cambridge. Ref: NEGR 75/218 & 79/108. 36 pg 85)
Besbeech Thomas of Sandwich
Besbeech Mary, daughter
Besbeech Alice, daughter
Besbeech Elizabeth, daughter
Best John of Canterbury, Tailor (From Sandwich, Kent, bound for Salem. Ref: Pope. 36 pg 82)
Boney, Thomas of Sandwich, Shoemaker
Brigden, Thomas of Faversham, Husbandman
Brigden Mrs, wife and two children not named
Brooke Robert of Maidstone Mercer
Brooke Anne, wife
Brooke Thomas
Brooke Samuel
Brooke John
Brooke Elys (Elizabeth?)
Brooke Dorothie
Champion Thomas of Ashford
Cole Isaac of Sandwich, Carpenter
Cole Joan, wife
Cole Issac, son
Cole Jane or Anne, child
Couchman Sara, Tilden servant
Dunkin Samuel, Starre servant (Duncan, Samuel, from Ashford, Kent, bound for Cambridge. Ref: NEGR 75/219 and 79/108. 36 pg 74)
Egelden Jane, child with Thomas Besbeech
Egelden Sara, child with Thomas Besbeech
Egelden John, child with Thomas Besbeech
Ewell Edward of Sandwich, shoemaker
Ford Edward, Tilden servant (Foed, from Tenterden, Kent, bound for Scituate. Ref:  NEGR 75/21 and 79/208. 36 pg 83)
Gallant Abraham, child with Brooke family
Gallant James, child with Brooke family
Harris Parnell of Bow, in London
Hatch William of Sandwich, Merchant
Hatch, Jane, wife
Hatch Walter, son
Hatch John, son
Hatch William, son
Hatch Anne,  daughter
Hatch Jane, daughter
(Banks Topo lists Hatch, Thomas from Wye, Kent to Scituate. Ref: NEGR 7/256 36 pg 85. He is also listed as the Castle)
Heyward Thomas of Aylesford, Tailor
Heyward Susanna, wife
Heyward Thomas, son
Heyward John, son
Heyward Elizabeth, daughter
Heyward Susan, daughter
Heyward Martha, daughter
Hinckley Samuel of Tenterden
Hinckle, Sara, wife
Three (four per Hotten) children:
Hinckley Susan, daughter
Hinckley Sara, daughter
Hinckley Mary, daughter
Hinkle Elizabeth, kinswoman, niece of Samuel
Holmes William, Hatch servant (Holmes, William, from Sandwich, Kent. Ref: NEGR 75/217 and 79/108 36 pg 82)
Jeakins Edward, Tilden servant (Jenkins, from Tenterden, Kent, bound for Scituate. Ref: NEGR 75/219 and 79/108. 36 pg 84)
Jenings Robert, Hatch servant (Jennings, Robert, from Sandwich, Kent. Ref: NEGR 75/217 and 79/108 36 pg 82)
Johnes, Margaret of Sandwich Wife of William Johnes, painter
Ketchell/Ketchrell Joseph, Hatch servant (From Sandwich, Kent. Ref: NEGR 75/21 and 79/208. 36 pg 82)
Ketchell/Ketchrell Simon, Hatch servant (From Sandwich, Kent. Ref: NEGR 75/21 and 79/208. 36 pg 82)
Lapham Thomas, Tilden servant 
Lewis John of Tenterden
Lewis Sarah, wife
Lewis, Sarah, daughter
Love Agnes, Besbeech servant
Mason Emme, widow of Eastwell
Neuley Thomas, Besbeech servant (Nealy, Thomas, from Ashford, Kent. Ref: NEGR 75/219 and 79/108. 36 pg 74)
Pacheing/Pacheury Joseph, Besbeech servant (Patchen, Joseph, from Ashford, Kent, bound for Cambridge and Roxbury. Ref: NEGR 75/219 and 79/108. 36 pg 74)
Perien Marie, Tilden servant 
Richards Anne, Witherell servant
Rootes Joseph of Great Chart (Root, Josiah, from Great Chart, Kent, bound for Salem. Ref: Genealogy. 36 pg 77)
Sayers James of Northbourne, Tailor
Starre Comfort of Ashford, Chirurgeon
Starre Thomas, son (Starr, Thomas, from Canterbury. Ref: Pope. 36 pg 77)
Starre Comfort, daughter
Starre Mary, daughter
Starrte listed three servants, only two named with "Truth shall prevail Starre"
Sutton George, Tilden servant (From Tenterden, Kent, bound for Scituate. Ref: NEGR 75/219 and 79/108. 36 pg 84)
Sutton Symon, Hatch servant
Tilden Nathaniel of Tenterden, Yeoman
Tilden Lydia, wife
Tilden Joseph, son
Tilden Thomas, son
Tilden Stephen, son
Tilden Marie, daughter
Tilden Sara, daughter
Tilden Judeth, daughter
Tilden Lidia, daughter
Tritton Rose, Cole servant of Ashford
Turkey John, Starre servant (Turvey, John, from Ashford, Kent, bound for Cambridge. Ref: NEGR 75/219 and 79/108. 36 pg 75)
Wells Lidia, Hatch servant
Wines, Faint not(Fannet) of Ashford Hemp-dresser (Wines, Faint-Not, from Ashford, Kent, bound for Charlestown. Ref: NEGR 75/219 and 79/108. 36 pg 74)
Witherell William of Maidstone, Schoolmaster
Witherell Mary, wife
Witherell Samuel, son
Witherell Daniel, son
Witherell Thomas, son
Fannett (unk last name0 of Ashford, hemp-dresser.


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HOTTEN, John Camden.

A LIST OR REGISTER

Of all such persons as embarked themselves in the good ship called the HERCULES, of Sandwich, of the burthen of 200 tons, John Witherley, master, and therein transported from Sandwich to the plantation called New England in America; with the certificates 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.)

Masters of Families. Children. Servants.

NATHANL. TILDEN of Tenterden yeoman and Seven children, Seven servants, LYDIA his wife

JONAS AUSTEN of Tenterden and CONSTANCE his wife Four children.

ROB. BROOK of Maidstone mercer and ANNE his wife. Seven children.

THO. HEYWARD of Aylesford taylor and SUSANNAH his wife Five children.

WILL. WITHERELL of Maidstone schoolmaster and MARY his wife Three children One servant

FANNET ...... of Ashford hemp-dresser

THO BONEY and HEN. EWELL of Sandwich, shoemakers

WILL.HATCH of Sandwich merchant and JANE his wife Five children Six servants

SAM. HINKLEY of Tenterden and SARAH his wife Four children.

ISAAC COLE of Sandwich carpenter and JOAN his wife Two children.

THO. CHAMPION of Ashford

THO. BESBEECH of Sandwich Six children Three servants

JNO. LEWIS of Tenterden and SARAH his wife One child

PARNEL HARRIS of Bow London

JAMES SAYERS of Northbourn taylor

COMFORT STARRE of Ashford chirurgion Three children Three servants

JOS. ROOTES of Great Chart

EM. MASON of Eastwell wid.

MARGT. wife of Will. Johnes late of Sandwich, nowof New England, painter }

JNO. BEST of the said parish taylor.

THO. BRIDGEN of Faversham husbandman and ...... his wife. }

History of Sandwich, by W. BOYS, 1792, pp. 750-1.

HOTTEN, John Camden. Original Lists of Persons of Quality, Emgrants, Religious Exiles, Political Rebels, serving men sold for a term of years, apprentices, children stolen, maidens pressed, and others who went from Great Britain to the American plantations, 1600-1700, with their ages, the localities where they formerly lived, names of the ships in which they embarked, and other interesting particulars from MSS. in the public record office. 700 pp. 4to. cl. New York, 1880.

Hercules sources:
http://www.open-sandwich.co.uk/history/timeline/hercules.htm
http://english-america.com/spls/635ne017.html

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