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Monmouth's Rebellion of 1685:
Sir Will. Booth's List of Prisoners sent to Barbadoes

Devon-Shire section (pp. 334-335) of:

Hotten, John Camden (ed.) The Original Lists of Persons of Quality . . .
who went from Great Britain to the American Plantations 1600-1700.
John Camden Hotten, London (1874) Reprinted Empire State Book C. New York, 581pp.

Provided by Stephen Dinham


SIR WILL BOOTH'S List, of Prisoners sent to Barbados

Devon-Shire

TIMOTHY HAWKER of Thorn Combe
JOHN MITCHILL of Thorn Combe
JOHN BAGG of Thorne Combe
WILLIAM SMITH jun; of Vpportre [Uppottery]
MICELL POWELL of Neath Glomorging
WILLIAM WALTERS of Membery
HUMPHERY TRUMP of West Sanford
JOHN BARTLETT of Pitmisser
JOHN CHILCOT [CHILLICOTT] of Tiverton
WILLIAM HARVEY of Memre
WILLIAM HUTCHINGS [HUTCHINS] of Vpportre
JOHN SMITH of Hunington
JOHN CLODE of Vpportre
JOHN CANTLEBURY of Sanford Pefrin
RICHARD WADHAM of Froome
WILLIAM WOOLRIDGE of Tiverton
SIMON POOLE of Bemister
WILLIAM COMBE of Broad Winser
RICHARD EDGAR of Mosterton
WILL: PHIPPIN [SHIPPIN] of High Church
JOHN GALE [JOSEPH GALL] of Coscam
THOMAS MATTHEWS of Chiddicke
JOHN KEELE of Chilton

Put on board the John frigget cap Will: Stokes comand ninty Prisonners consined for the burbadous dated at Dorchester ocbr the 24 1685

WILL: BOOTH

      Shipt at Bristoll


      Barbados

By the Right Honble the Leivt Governor

JOHN ROGERS Cheif Mate and WILLIAM ALEXANDER Second Mate of the Ship John friggott of Bristoll, whereof WILLIAM STOAKES deceased was lately Master, personally appeared before mee, and made Oath on the Holy Evangelist of Almighty God, that the above convicted Rebells by the sd STOAKES taken in att the Port of Bristoll, are the very same Rebells, that were delivered to, and by the said STOAKES, brought in the said Shipp to this Island, and that they were all of them here landed, and delivered to Mr. JOHN BROWNE and Company Factors for Sr. WILLIAM BOOTH Knt., except JOSEPH WICKHAM who dyed on board the said Shipp in Kingroad, and was from thence carryed on Shoare in the Port of Bristoll and there buryed, as alsoe twelve more of them which dyed on board the said Shipp on the voyage and were buryed in the Sea, whose names are as followeth viz, JUSTIPHER GUPPY, THOMAS GILHAMPTON, GEORGE MICELL, EDWARD COUNCELL, GEORGE KEALE, WILLIAM SMITH junr, WILLIAM HUTCHINS, SYMON POOLE, WM. MEAD, FRANCIS CAME, JONAS CROSS and ROBERT PAUL. Given under my hand this 28th. Day of January 1685.

EDWYN STEDE

A true Coppy Attested this
      First day of February 1685
            JNO WHETSTONE Depty Secrty

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