Please note the conflicting dates of 1620 and 1621. If the ship left Sept
1620, it would have had to have landed Jan 1621,
yet so many documents have the ship listed as arriving in the colonies in January of 1620.
The Supply was the companion ship to the Mayflower. It left three weeks late from Bristol, England and found it's way to Barclay, Virginia on January 29, 1620/1
RECORDS OF THE VIRGINIA COMPANY
CLIV. SIR George Yeardley. Certificate to the Council and Company of Virginia of the arrival of Planters at Barklay January 29, 1620/21
Smyth of Nibley Papers, Smith 34
Document in New York Public Library. Autograph signed of "George Yeardley" and "Jo: Pory, Secr.," Seal and Stamp (Double Rose). List of Records No.228
[SEAL] These are to certifie the right Honble Right worshipfull, and others of the Counsell and Comany for this first Southern Colony of Virginia, that there arrived at Barklay in the same country, for the account of that Society, and the Plantation fothe said hundred, upon the 29th of January 1620, these fifty persons underwritten. Vist.
Baily, John, died by 03 Sep 1620 (Bayly) Baker, Robert, died by 03 Sept 1620 Baugh, Thomas (at Virginia for 1624/25 muster 8a) alive 03 Sep 1620 Broadway, Giles, slain by 03 Sep 1620, Alexander listed alive Camme, Nicolas gent, returned to Englnad in "same ship" 1621 (Came) Carter, Giles, died in England Coopy, Joane, died by 03 Sept 1620 Coopy, Antony, son of Joane, alive 03 Sept 1620 Coopy, Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas & Joane, alive 03 Sept 1620 Diuine, Robert Pawlett Divine? Dutton, Richard, died by 03 Sept 1620 Ferriby, Richard gent, slain by 03 Sep 1620 (Fereby) Finche, Margaret his wife (at Virginia for 1624/25 muster with husband John Fludd on 1610 Swan 8a) Finche, Francis, her daughter, married by 01 Aug 1622(at Virginia for 1624/25 muster 8a) Finche, William, son & wife Elizabeth, died by 03 Sept 1620, wife remarried, dtr Francis (listed as son William Fludd at Virginia for 1624/25 8a) same one? not likely. Gibbes, John, servant to Oldsworth (at Virginia for 1624/25 muster, partner to Christopher Safford. 8a) Gifford, Isabell, married Adam Reymer at sea and departed to Joyce Tracy Grevell, Francis, married Mr de la Warr by Sep 3 1620 Hall, George, Hale/Heale? Drummer (at Virginia for 1624/25 muster, aged 13 8a) Heskins, Alice Holden, John gent, died by 03 Sep 1620 (Holmeden) Holland, Gabriel, died by 03 Sep 1620 Holland, Richard Howlett, John the elder, slain by 03 Sept 1620 Howlett, John his sonne, died by 03 Sept 1620 Howlett, William also his sonne, alive at 03 Sept 1620 Jelfe, James, died by 03 Sept 1620 Keene, George gent, returned to England Kemys, Thomas governor, gent, (Kemis) Linzey, Roger, stayed in Ireland (Lindsey) Long, Robert gent, Longe, died by 03 Sep 1620 (Longe) Milton, Richard (at Virginia for 1624/25 muster 8a) Oldsworth, Arnold Esqr. died by 03 Sep 1620 (Oldisworth) Page, John and wife Francis "went not but stayed in Ireland" Prosser, Walter, died by 03 Sept 1620 Rolles, Richard (Rowles) Rolles, Jane his wife Rolles, Benedict their sonne Sheepy, Thomas gent, Shepy (1624/5 VA muster, aged 22 8a) (Shepey) Tracy William Esqr., died Apr 8, 1621 Tracy Mary his wife Tracy Thomas their sonne, returned to England Tracy Joice their daughter, married Capt Nathaniell Powell, both slain by 03 Sep 1620 Vrange, Philip Webbe, Elizabeth, married by 03 Sep 1620 Wilkins, Giles Aboard per Coldham's Emigrants pg 21: Brodway Alexander Bysaker Robert Bysaker Fayth, wife Greene Joane Hopkins Richard Jelfe Jane, wife of James Kemis Arthur, gent Linsey John Pawlet Robert, divine Peirs, William, the elder Piffe William Smyth Richard Smyth Jane, wife Smyth Anthony, son Smyth, William, son
Notes by John Smyth's 03 Sep 1620 list per Coldham pg 20-21
Hotten ( 8a) lists on the 1620 voyage: Bradway, Alexander aged 31 at muster, wife Sisley was on the 1620 Jonathan Collins, John, aged 30 at muster, wife Susan was on the 1613 Treasurer. West, Mrs. Francis (widow)appears in Capt Francis West's muster at Elizabeth City beyond the Hampton River, 1624 with the Captain and Nathaniel born in VA.
From http://www.immigrantships.net/v3/1600v3/supply16200129.html: The ship contained 56 passengers, Tobias Felgate was master, the ship's leak was repaired in Ireland where 6 passengers embarked and remained. Roll order: 1 William Tracy Esq 2 Mary Tracy his wife 3 Thomas Tracy their sonne 4 Ioice Tracy their daughter 5 Francis Grevell 6 Elizabeth Webbe 7 Alice Heskins 8 Isabell Gifford 9 Giles Carter 10 George Hall 11 John Baily 12 Thomas Baugh 13 Gabriel Holland 14 Richard Holland 15 Giles Wilkins 16 Giles Broadway 17 Richard Dutton 18 Richard Milton 19 Ione Coopy 20 Antony Coopy 21 Elizabeth Coopy 22* Philip Wright Vrange 23 John Page 24 Francys his wife 25 John Linzey 26 Roger Linzey 27 Arnold Olsworthy Esq 28 Robert Pawlett Diuine 29 Thomas Kemys gent 30 Robert Long gent 31 Iohn Holmden gent 32 Richard Ferriby gent 33 Thomas Sheepy gent 34 George Keene gent 35 Nicholas Camme gent 36 William Finche 37 Margaret his wife 38 Francis their daughter 39 Iohn Gibbes 40 Robert Baker 41 Iohn Howlett the elder 42 Iohn Howlet his sonnes 43 Willia' Howlet his sonnes 44 Walter Prosser 45 James Ielfe 46 Richard Rolles 47 Jane his wife 48 Benedict Rolles their soone 49 Alexander Broadway 50 Arthur Kemis gent Please note the conflicting dates of 1620 and 1621. If the ship left Sept 1620, it would have had to have landed Jan 1621,
yet so many documents have the ship listed as arriving in the colonies in January of 1620. Supply sources: Coldham's Emigrants ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/shiplists/supply.txt http://www.immigrantships.net/v3/1600v3/supply16200129.html
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