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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3 Responses 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

  2. Cynthia Victor says:

    Looking for any info on my 8th Gr Grandfather, Daniel Robinson(later changes to Robbins). Married Hope Potter in New Haven Plantation, CT.
    Is there any way to trace where he was originally from in Scotland.
    Thank you in advance!

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