Capt Christopher Newport returned to Virginia with the Second Supply, commanding the Mary and Margaret.. Dates cited are different, arrival at Jamestown are stated to be October 1, 1608 and January 2, 1608. Alexander Brown's records from Jamestown state they left England August and arrived in October.
Alphabetical Order: Abbey Thomas Bedle Gabriell Bedle John Bell Henry, Tradesman Bradley Thomas, Tradesman Burras Anne, maid to Mistress Forrest Burras John, Tradesman Burton George Chroshaw Rawley Clarke John, Tradesman Collings Henry Dauxe John Dowman William Dowse Thomas, Laborer Ellys David, Tradesman Forest Thomas Forrest Mistress Fox Thomas, Laborer Gipson Thomas, Tradesman Graves Thomas Gudderington John Hancock Nicholas, Laborer Hardwin Unknown, Laborer Haryson Harmon Hellyard Unknown Hoult John Hugh David ap, Tradesman Hunt Master Lavander Thomas, Tradesman Ley Henry Lowicke Michaell Mallard Thomas, Laborer Maxes Thomas Milman Unknown Morrell Unknown, Laborer Norton Thomas Oconor Dionis, Tradesman Phelps Thomas, Tradesman Philpot Henry Powell Unknown Master, Tradesman Prat John, Tradesman Rose Unknown, Laborer Russell John Russell William, escaped Indian ambush Dec 1609 Sambage William Scot Unknown, Laborer Shortridge Jefry, Tradesman, escaped Indian ambush Dec 1609 Taler William, Laborer Tucker Daniell, left Virinia 1612, adventurer, Coldham pg 4 Waldo Captaine Richard, Council, drowned in James River Jan 1609 Walker Unknown, Laborer West Master Francis Williams Unknown, Laborer Winne, Captaine Peter, Council, died about April 1609 Wollystone Hugh Wynne Hugh, Tradesman Yarington George ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Source order: Council: Captaine Peter Winne Captaine Richard Waldo Gentlemen: Master Francis West Thomas Graves Rawley Chroshaw Gabriell Bedle John Russell John Bedle William Russell John Gudderington William Sambage Henry Collings Henry Ley Harmon Haryson Daniell Tucker Hugh Wollystone John Hoult Thomas Norton George Yarington George Burton Henry Philpot Thomas Maxes Michaell Lowicke Master Hunt Thomas Forest William Dowman John Dauxe Thomas Abbey Tradesmen: Thomas Phelps John Prat John Clarke Jefry Shortridge Dionis Oconor Hugh Wynne David ap Hugh Thomas Bradley John Burras Thomas Lavander Henry Bell Master Powell David Ellys Thomas Gipson Laboreres: Thomas Dowse Thomas Mallard William Taler Thomas Fox Nicholas Hancock Walker Williams Morrell Rose Scot Hardwin Boys: Milman Hellyard Others: Mistresse Forrest, and Anne Burras her maide eight Dutch men and Poles, with some others Second Supply sources: http://www.apva.org/history/2ndsup.html http://www.jamestowne.org/Jamestowne_Society_Chronology.htm "The First Republic in America" by Alexander Brown
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