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From: "Greg & Alice Hanna" <>
Subject: [BRUTON] Prisoner transport from England
Date: Fri, 10 Sep 1999 17:59:24 -0700


Now for the horse stealers and food stealers

20 March 1618
[A warrant for the transportation to Virginia of] William LAMBE, prisoner in
Newgate

8 July 1635
Warrant to the Sheriffs of London and Middlesex and the Keeper of Newgate. For
delivery of Maurice Cavenaugh, Richard Greene, Jane Wood, Anthony Bromley, Mary
Fortescue, John Humfreys, Margaret Challicombe, Joan Howell, Jane Pryn, Elizabeth
Branscombe, Mary Burbeck, Elianor Sutton, ELIZABETH WILLIAMS and Thomas Merry, to
Capt. Thos. Hill or Capt. Richard Carleton, to be transported by them into
Virginia, with a claus for executing any of the said prisoners who return.

19 May 1636
Warrant to the Sheriffs and Keepers of the Gaols in Kent, Sussex, Essex, and
Herts. To deliver William Savage, John Richardson, Thomas Browne, alias Anderson,
Richard MARTYN, John Skeete, and George GARRETT, condemned prisoners in said
gaols, to William Drysdell to be transported into his Majesty's Plantation of
Virginia, with proviso that they return not without the King's special license.

5 February 1638
Warrant to the Sherriff of Surrey and the Keeper of the Gaol of White Lion,
Southwark. To deliver to William Flemmen of London, gent., the bodies of Francis
Osborne, alias Stillinge, ALICE WILLIAMS, and five others condemned prisoners in
the said gaol, to be transported to Virginia, with proviso that if they remain
here above 20 days after their enlargement, or return without license, then to be
executed.


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