Passengers on the John and Sarah as found in David Dobson’s Directory of Scots Banished to the American Plantations, 1650-1775:

Updated: 16 Feb 2014

THIS LIST IS INCOMPLETE!!! I WILL BE ADDING MORE NAMES IN DAYS TO COME!

Passengers on the John and Sarah as found in David Dobson’s Directory of Scots Banished to the American Plantations, 1650-1775:

Alastair Anderson [#1] -  “Royalist soldier captured at Worcester. Transported on the John and Sarah, master John Greene, from Gravesend to Boston 13 May 1652.”

John Anderson [#3] -  “Royalist soldier captured at Worcester. Transported on the John and Sarah, master John Greene, from Gravesend to Boston 13 May 1652.”

William Anderson [#4] -  “Royalist soldier captured at Worcester. Transported on the John and Sarah, master John Greene, from Gravesend to Boston 13 May 1652.”

David Hamilton [#61] - “Royalist soldier captured at Worcester. Transported on the John and Sarah, master John Greene, from Gravesend to Boston 13 May 1652.”

James Hamilton  [#62] - “Royalist soldier captured at Worcester. Transported on the John and Sarah, master John Greene, from Gravesend to Boston 13 May 1652.”

Rory Hamilton [#63] - “Royalist soldier captured at Worcester. Transported on the John and Sarah, master John Greene, from Gravesend to Boston 13 May 1652.”

John Hanoman [#64] – “Royalist soldier captured at Worcester. Transported on the John and Sarah, master John Greene, from Gravesend to Boston 13 May 1652.”

David Maccolm [#144] - “Royalist soldier captured at Worcester. Transported on the John and Sarah, master John Greene, from Gravesend to Boston 13 May 1652.”

John Maccolm [#143] - “Royalist soldier captured at Worcester. Transported on the John and Sarah, master John Greene, from Gravesend to Boston 13 May 1652.”

Neil Maccone [#145] - “Royalist soldier captured at Worcester. Transported on the John and Sarah, master John Greene, from Gravesend to Boston 13 May 1652.”

Cana MacConnell [#118] -  “Royalist soldier captured at Worcester. Transported on the John and Sarah, master John Greene, from Gravesend to Boston 13 May 1652.”

Daniel MacConnell [#114] -  “Royalist soldier captured at Worcester. Transported on the John and Sarah, master John Greene, from Gravesend to Boston 13 May 1652.”

Alexander McConnell [#117 Sander] -  “Royalist soldier captured at Worcester. Transported on the John and Sarah, master John Greene, from Gravesend to Boston 13 May 1652.”

William McConnell [#116] -  “Royalist soldier captured at Worcester. Transported on the John and Sarah, master John Greene, from Gravesend to Boston 13 May 1652.”

Hugh Monro -  “Royalist soldier captured at Worcester. Transported on the John and Sarah, master John Greene, from Gravesend to Boston 13 May 1652.”

John Monro -  “Royalist soldier captured at Worcester. Transported on the John and Sarah, master John Greene, from Gravesend to Boston 13 May 1652.”

Robert Monro -  “Royalist soldier captured at Worcester. Transported on the John and Sarah, master John Greene, from Gravesend to Boston 13 May 1652.”

David Patterson [#203] -  “Royalist soldier captured at Worcester. Transported on the John and Sarah, master John Greene, from Gravesend to Boston 13 May 1652.”

James Patterson [#204]-  “Royalist soldier captured at Worcester. Transported on the John and Sarah, master John Greene, from Gravesend to Boston 13 May 1652.”

Henry Smith [#242] -  “Royalist soldier captured at Worcester. Transported on the John and Sarah, master John Greene, from Gravesend to Boston 13 May 1652.”

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The married mother of two lads and two lasses and the grandmother of Aidan. I enjoy family life, family history, traveling, Jane Austen, knitting and my new interest: blogging.
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One Response to Passengers on the John and Sarah as found in David Dobson’s Directory of Scots Banished to the American Plantations, 1650-1775:

  1. Susan M. Grady says:

    February 18, 2014
    Dear Ms. Teresa Hamilton/Pepper Rust,
    Thank you for posting the list of the passengers on the John and Sara. One of these passengers, who I have found on lists before, is Walter Jackson. Hew worked in saw mills in Oyster River (now Durham), New Hampshire and he died there. I have visited Durham. He is the ancestor of my 92-year-old mother, Ruth Louise Jackson Sinclair (Mrs. John P. Green) of Waltham, Massachusetts. Several years ago I snet you information about Walter Jackson. If you need me to send you the information again, I will be glad to do so.

    Sincerely,

    Ms. Susan M. Grady Bowen
    Falls Church, Virginia

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