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Re: Pendarvis Surname
Posted by: Randy Floyd Date: April 02, 2001 at 22:43:01
In Reply to: Re: Pendarvis Surname by Bernice Robinson of 638

The following was extracted from the available records I have at home. The passenger and crew lists come from the Shaftesbury Papers and the rest from the Warrants for Land. I did notice that those arriving as late as September of 1670 were not considered First Fleet per the Warrants. I think First Fleet can be defined fairly literally. Those not departing from England on the Carolina, or one of her sister ships, are presumed to have been picked up in Bermuda, Barbadoes, Nevis, Kinsale, etc. and in the actual first arrival of settlers.



Passengers of the Carolina:

Master means head of the family
Servants include kin, dependents, employees, and servants

Capt. Sullivan (Florence) master (other servants listed below)
His servants:
Ralph Marshall (not considered a servant in the warrants)
James Montgomery
Richard Alexander
Stephen Wheelwright
Thomas Kinge
Elizabeth Dimmocke (Dimock)
Elizabeth Mathews

Stephen Bull, master
His servants:
Robert Done
Burnaby Bull (not considered a servant in the warrants)
Thomas Ingram (not considered a servant in the warrants)
Jonathan Barker
John Larmouth (Larmott)
Dudley Widzier (Woodyer)

Edward Hollis and Joseph Dalton, masters (Hollis rcvd no land, and Dalton rcvd for * following servants and 1 other, see below)
Their servants:
George Prideox (Prideaux) *
Thomas Younge (Young) *
Henry Price
William Chambers *
John Dawson *
William Roades (Rhodes) *
Alfra (Affra) Harleston (married John Coming/s)
Jane Lawson *
Susanna Kidder

Thomas and Paule Smith, masters (* those claimed by Paul’s adm. George Beadon) (in 1675 Thomas claimed ** servants, and one other listed below, as his in partnership with James Smith)
Their servants:
Alice Rixe (Rix) **
John Hudlesworth (Huddleston) **
Jo. Burroughs
Hugh Wigleston (Wigglesworth) **
Elizabeth Smith *
Andrew Boorne (Burne) *
Francis Noone

Mr. Hambleton (Major Edward Hamilton), master—(said to have not been aboard)
His servants:
Thomas Gourden
William Lumsden
Jo. Frizen
Stephen Flinte
Edward Young
Jo. Thompson
Samuell Morris
Thomas Southell
Agnis Payne
Jo. Reed

Jo. Rivers, master
His servants:
Thomas Poole
Robert Williams
Henry Burgen
Mathew Smallwood

Nicholas Cartwright, master
His servants:
Thomas Gubbs
Jo. Loyde
Martin Bedson
Stephen Price
William Jenkins

Morris Mathews, master
His servants:
Abraham Phillips
Reginold Barefoot
Mathew Hewitt
Elizabeth Curle

William Bowman, master
His servants: (Joseph West rcvd land for importing these servants)
Abraham Smith
Millicent Howe, (married Originall Jackson)

Dr. Will Scrivener, master
His servant:
Margaret Tuder

Will Owens, master
His servants:
John Humpfreys
Christopher Swade
John Borley

Thomas Middleton and Elizabeth, his wife, masters
Their servants:
Richard Wright
Thomas Wormes (Worme)

Samuell West, master
His servants:
Andrew Searle
William West

Joseph Bailey, master
His servant:
John Carmichael

Free passengers with no servants:
Mr. Thomas Rideall
Mr. William Haughton
Mr. William Kennis, (wife Joanna and son William listed in warrants though not listed as being on the Carolina)
Mr. Thomas Humfreys
Elizabeth Humpfreys, (she and presumed husband Thomas Humfreys had a child with them)
Marie Clerke
Sampson Darkenwell
Nathaniel Darkenwell
Mrs. Sarah Erpe
Elizabeth Erpe
Martha Powell
Mrs. Mary Erpe
Thomas Moteshed

(The use of ‘Mrs.’ was most often a title of respect rather than a determinate of marriage at this time in history)

Mr. Read, steward to Major Hamilton, William Bowman, Mr. Thomas Humfreys, his wife and child, all left the boat when it stopped in Ireland, but it is not reported whether they (except for Read and Bowman, who did not) returned or not. Some historians have interpreted mention of these in Shaftesbury’s papers as having permanently deserted, bur the record does not state such.

Many of these passengers, though listed on the Carolina, are known to have been on one of the other two ships for at least part of the journey, as they were rescued from the other ships’ wrecks.

Crew of the Carolina:
Captain Henry Brayne, Master
John Comings, Mate, (owned rights to half a servant, John Neale)(Comings married servant Affra Harleston)
Richard Dyas (Deyos), Gunner, rcvd land for a servant
Richard Cole, Carpenter
Peter Salter, Trumpeter
Arthur Roper, Boatswain
John More
Thomas Joy
William Orr
Thomas Sumers
George Gray
Henry Jones, a young man (called a servant in the warrants) (claimed as servant by Thomas and James Smith)
James Shepard
John Williamson, listed as a master in the warrants with 2 servants
James Roberson
John Rippett
Allexander John Stowne
Henry Ffaro
Hailes Porter, Carpenters mate


Crew of the Port Royall
Captain John Russell, Master
William Allan, Carpenter
Peter Stanford, Boatswain
Tobias Cox
Lewes Corson
George Ffaro
Robert Chappell, Mate

Crew of the Albemarle
Captain Edward Baxter, Master
George Buggy
John Rogers
George Young
Henry Buck

In addition:
Captain Joseph West, later Governor, and fifteen servants belonging to the Lords Proprietors were said to be on the Carolina. West certainly was as he wrote letters from Ireland giving the ship as his address.


Persons listed in the warrants as being members of the First Fleet who do not appear (at least as far as I can tell) on the passenger or crew lists:
John Carr, a servant
Henry Wood and wife Alice, servants (Alice may have been one of the servants listed)
John Boone (Boon), servant to Paul Smith
William Bevin, servant
Henry Hughes, (with John comings owner of half a servant, John Neale)
John Neale (servant to Henry Hughes and John Coming)
Richard Cole, master
His servants:
Dennis Mahoone
Richard Crossland
Servant to Joseph Dalton in addition to those listed under Carolina passenger list:
William Burges
Hugh Carterett (Cartwright) and partner:
George Beadon (Bedon), both free (George Beadon was Administrator to the estate of Paul Smith who was deceased before Nov. 23, 1672 and as Adm. Rcvd lands for Smith’s estate—including for Smith’s arrival, and that of 2 of Smith’s servants. Paul Smith was listed on the Carolina as owning servants with his brother Thomas Smith)
Thomas Thompson and wife Sarah, free
Mr. Henry Simonds, free
Elizabeth, wife of Joseph Pendarvis and her daughter Priscilla aged under 16
Joanna Kennis and son William aged under 16, wife and son to William Kennis listed on the Carolina
Servants to John Williamson, presumed crew member on the Carolina:
Edmund Pursell
John Kinsell
John Sullivan, free
Hugh Sherdon, servant
Anthony Churne, free
Elizabeth, wife of Anthony Churne, servant (could be one of the Elizabeths from the Carolina)
Other servants to Florence O’Sullivan of the Carolina, these not listed as being on the Carolina:
John Dale
John Mare
George White
William Bevin
Bryan Fitzpatrick
Daniell Sullivan
John Scott
Aaron Allouron
Teige Shugeron
Henry Woodward, picked up in Nevis, free, had been to Carolina before settlement
William Cockfield, servant of Paul Smith who was on the Carolina
Michael Moron, wife and child under 16 years (Michael was dead by Nov. 23, 1672 and Florence O”Sullivan was listed as his Executor)
Colonel William Sayle, deceased by Nov 23, 1672 with Capt. Nathaniel Sayle and James Sayle as his executors, he arrived with servants or family, etc:
Capt. Nathaniel Sayle
Mrs. Mary Gand
Charles Rilley
George Roberts
John, Sr., a negro
Elizabeth, a negro
John, Jr., a negro
Christopher Edwards, servant to Richard Deyos, Gunner of the Carolina
Mr. William Owen, master of following servants, also rcvd land of Mr. William Scrivener of the Carolina
Owen’s servants:
John Barley
Christopher Swaine
Robert Hunt
John Williams
Benjamin Gilbert
Mary, wife of Thomas Hurt, she arrived free
Jehu Berringer , master with many servants not named
James Williams and wife Martha, servants
Elizabeth Beadon, wife of George Beadon by April 19, 1675, (she rcvd a freed servants or child’s portion)

() are noted added by me.


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