Tracing Your History. I may have found the 1st Recorded Example of White Privilege in America in 1640?

My long lost super distant Grandfather was the following man-John Brown.  He left England on Bona Nova in April, 1621.  But then here comes a real fight to whether these Young Settlers would Live to Exist? Then-

In 1622, the Indians attacked and attempted to remove these Settlers from their Soil along the James River.  1/3 of the Settlers were Killed.

Interestingly. He was an Indentured Servant and he had agreed to 7 years of Servitude for his transportation from England.  But he was released from his last two years. In the following site, John Brown was made free and released from his last two years of seven years as working as a servant on the Roland Truelove Plantation.  I found this weird seeing that my own kin was NOT FREE and planted and harvested on a Plantation. Serving as a non-free servant to be hunted down if he ran.  The following exert came from a wonderful piece of History which discusses lots of interesting Facts from Our Past-

The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography: Volume 26

Philip Alexander BruceWilliam Glover Stanard

 

January 1, 1918

Virginia Historical Society.

 

VIRGINIA MAGAZINE OP HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY

ORICAL TERRE RA HISTOR 29 Dec RGINIA ORGANI SOCIEM VARTERE CONOCREET TRADERE BE RED MAR WCH 10 . 18

PUBLISHED QUARTERLY BY THE VIRGINIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31 , 1918

 

 

MINUTES OF THE GENERAL COUNCIL AND GENERAL COURT

Page 363-

Nathaniel Causey sworne & examined saveth that he hath seene a letter written by Rowland Truelove & others of that Company ( 5 ) directed to William White signifyeinge 17 ) unto him yt whereas hee had formerly written unto them in be halfe of John Browne their servant yt they would release some of ye time of his service ‘ dew unto them , they did write in ye said letter , that they were content to release two years of the said John Browne his time if hee ye said Mr White did please and yt said letter was in ye hands of Vir James Corker for Carter ) , master of the Anne . 3 . It is ordered uppon ye former oath of Mr Causey who is alsoe deputed as overseer of the Truelove plantation , that the said John Browne be made free & released from thise two . . . yeares time of service remaining , he having alreadye served five veares .

 

Pages 352 & 353-

A record of Wessell Webling his Indentures . To all to whom these presents shall come greating in o ‘ r Lord God everlasting , know ye that I Wessell Webling sonne of Nicholas Webling of London , Brewer , for & in consideration yt I have beene furnished & sett out & am to be transported unto Vir ginia at ye costs & charges of Edward Bennett of London , merchant , & his associates & in consideration that they have promised & covenanted to maintain me w ’ th sufficient meat , drink & apparell , doe by these presents bind myhelf an appren tise unto ye said Edward Bennett for the full terme of three yeares to begin the first ( sic . feast ) of St Michaell the Archangel next after the date of these presents , promise & bind myself to doe & perform all the said time of my aprentishipp true & faithfull service in all labours & business as the said Edward Bennett or his assigns shall imploy me in & to be tractable & obedient as a good servant ought to bee in all such things as shall be commanded me by ye said Edward Bennett or his Assignes in Virginia & at the end of the said terme of three yeares the said Edward Bennett do promise to give unto ye said apprentice a house & 50 acres of land in Virginia to hold to me my heirs & assignes for ever , according to ye custome of land there holden & also shall give the said apprentice neces sary & good apparell & ye sayd apprentice shall inhabit & dwell uppon ye said land & shall pay yearly for ye said ffiftye acres of land fro ’ after yt he shalbe therof possessed unto ye said Edward Bennett ye yearly rent of 50 shillings sterling for ever & two days work yearly & to all & singular ye covenants aforesaid one ye party & behalfe of the said apprentice [ 62 ] to be performed & kept in manner & forme as aforesaid , The said apprentice bindeth himselfe to his said Master In these presents . In witnes whereof ye partyes aforesaid to these present Indentures have sett their hands & seales the 25 of Septemb . 1622 .

Page 368-

The Quarter Court A Court at James Citty the 8th of January 1626 , present S ‘ r George Yeardley , Knt . , Governor & c , Capt . West , Capt . Smyth , Mr Claybourne , Capt Tucker , Mr Persey , Mr fferrar . It is ordered whereas Thomas Gates hath bene drunke & misbehaved himselfe w ‘ th much disorder , that ye said Thomas Gates shall pay for a fine twenty waight of tobacco & give in bond w ’ th security of his good behaviour & appearance at the next quarter Court . George Graves sworne and examined sayeth that the In ventory by him brought into the Court this present day is true & perfect Inventory of all the goods & chattels of Robert Linsey ( 9 ) who was the last spring caryed by ye Indians to Pamunkey . The oath of John Jaxon

https://books.google.com/books?id=2dMRAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA355&lpg=PA355&dq=what+was+Rowland+Truelove+and+Company&source=bl&ots=Xyj31f91iY&sig=ACfU3U2kSn7uYnUS73haykine7ktYpvz6g&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiOn_yO5vjpAhVBMn0KHXGEAXIQ6AEwA3oECAMQAQ#v=onepage&q=what%20was%20Rowland%20Truelove%20and%20Company&f=false

He also served as a Burgess who was an elected person to represent the community where they lived.

And in the 1624 Census and 1625 Muster, there was a very small number of Blacks recorded.  But all but 44 of all people, regardless of Color, we’re Recorded in 1625.  Instead of Slaves. They gathered men and women from the Streets of London and from the Prisons.  So, at this time, the Slave Trade had not exploded and those willing to work were granted Land.  100 and 50 Acre Tracts were awarded informs of Patents.

I have purchased a highly sought after book comprised by very Learned men and women at Prestigious Professors that did an enormous amount of Research.  And after, I research it. I will add more.  But Slavery and Slaves has always been an item that I’ve researched and here is some information that you might like –

1619: First Africans

In August 1619, “20 and odd Negroes” arrived on the Dutch Man-of-War ship at Point Comfort, several miles south of the Jamestown colony. This is the earliest record of Africans in colonial America.[30] These colonists were freemen and indentured servants.[31][32][33][34] At this time the slave trade between Africa and the English colonies had not yet been established.

AfricansatJamestown1619

Above is a Video that an amazing black friend of mine who sent this to me.  I highly recommend it for YOU.

The first Africans in Virginia were a group of 20 to 30 enslaved people originally from the Kingdom of Ndongo in modern Angola, who arrived in 1619 in the colony of Virginia. They had been part of a larger group heading to Mexico, and were taken after an attack on their Portuguese slave ship by English privateers.

Records from 1623 and 1624 listed the African inhabitants of the colony as servants, not slaves. In the case of William Tucker, the first Black person born in the colonies, freedom was his birthright.[35] He was son of “Antony and Isabell”, a married couple from Angola who worked as indentured servants for Captain William Tucker whom he was named after. Yet, court records show that at least one African had been declared a slave by 1640; John Punch. He was an indentured servant who ran away along with two White indentured servants and he was sentenced by the governing council to lifelong servitude as a Slave.  Is this possibly the 1st example of White Privilege?  I mean, this could be the very 1st example where it all began and was recorded.  This action is what officially marked the institution of slavery in Jamestown and the future United States.

And my family’s 1st-

Biography

England flag
John Brown was born in England.
John Brown was a US Southern Colonist.
John was born around 1597.[1] He departed London in Apr 1621 arriving in Virginia aboard the Bona Nova.[2][3] He arrived while there was peace with the local tribes but in less than a year, 22 Jun 1622, Opechancanough led the tribes on a brutal massacre that left only 893 settlers alive (some say as many as 1095). Some of the survivors fled back to England but it is said that the numbers were few. The massacre did have an effect on politics in the mother country, however.[4]
For various reasons, the original Charter had been revoked and Virginia came under control of the Crown. Administrators were sent to report on the status of affairs one result of which was a ‘muster’ or ‘accounting’ of the people and property in the colony. From that muster, we see that on 16 Feb 1624, John was living Chaplin’s Choice and he was still there during the 21 Jan 1625 muster where he was described as the head of household.[5][6]
John was identified as a servant of Rowland Truelove and Company. He already had served for five years and was freed of the two additional years he was supposed to serve. On 16 Oct 1629, he served as the Burgess for West and Shirley Hundred (Eppes) Island.[7]

But when I research stuff. You always have hopes of finding things, but dates and stuff are often varying depending on who wrote the Record.  Here is two Ship Lists for Bona Nova-a Total of 230 Passengers and below is their Occupations-

First and Second Jamestown Ship Lists
Occupation
Original Settlers
May 16071super distant st Resupply
January 1609
Council 6 1
Gentlemen 47 28
Labourers 12 21
Cooper (barrel maker) 0 1
Carpenter 4 0
Blacksmith 1 1
Sailer (sail maker) 1 0
Barber 1 0
Bricklayer 1 0
Mason 1 0
Tobacco pipe maker 0 1
Tailor 1 6
Drummer 1 0
Preacher 1 0
Boyes 4 0
Jeweler 0 1
Refiners and goldsmiths 0 4
Gunsmith 0 1
Perfumer (wig maker) 0 1
Apothecaries (druggists) 0 2
Surgeon 1 1
Occupation unknown 28 51
TOTAL MALE 110 120
TOTAL FEMALE 0 0
Note: A gentleman was a person of wealth who was not used to working with his hands.
Adapted from John Smith, The General Historie of Virginia, New England, and the Summer
Isles, Book III, 1624

Voyage dates for the Bona Nova are not definite, was there more than one voyage?

Bona Nova left London in 1618, arriving in Virginia, unknown date.  The master was Captain John Huddleston.

Coldham reports Bona Nova sent by the Virigina Company August 1619 with 120 persons, pg 22

Passengers in alphabetical order: (Roll order listed below)

Addams, Robert - Muster at Martin's Hundred, listed with Augustine Leak.
Banum, Elizabeth - 1620 voyage, aged 43 at muster in Elizabeth City, wife of John on the Susan.
Barrett, Francis - muster at Hog Island as servant to Lt Barkley.
Barrett, Walter - aged 26 at muster in Elizabeth City under Jonas Stockton's muster
Barry, William (Sgt.) - muster at Elizabeth City, 15 servants.
Benett, Thomas - muster at Neck-of-Land near James City. Wife Margery on the Gift. 
Boyse, Allice - wife of Luke on 1619 Edwine
Brocke, John - aged 19 at muster in Elizabeth City, under Thomas Flynt.
Browne, John - Age 28 in Virginia Muster, January 21, 1624/5, 1621 voyage
Browninge, William - at muster at Colledg Land
Calder, Thomas - aged 24 at muster, Elizabeth City, servant to Sgt William Barry.
Campion, Robert - muster at Colledg Land.
Chamberlin, Rebecca aged 37 at muster in Elizabeth City, wife of Francis on the Marmaduke.
Chambers, John - Age 21 in Virginia Muster, January 20, 1624/5, 1621 voyage
Claxon, John - hired servant, muster at Treasuror's Plantation as servant to George Sands.
Crouch, Thomas - aged 40 at muster under Edward Blaney at Blaney Plant, James City. 
Crowder, Mr. Hugh - muster at Crowder's Plantation, James City, 5 servants.
Davis, Richard - aged 22 at muster in Elizabeth City under Jonas Stockton's muster
Dickson, Stephen - aged 25 at muster, Elizabeth City, servant to Sgt William Barry.
Dore, James - Age 19 in Virginia Muster, January 21, 1624/5, 1621 voyage
Dorie, Gregory - aged 36 at muster, Elizabeth City. Listed with unk wife and daughter born in VA.
Evands, William - aged 23 at muster, Elizabeth City, servant to Sgt William Barry.
Floid, Nathaniell - aged 24 at muster under Edward Blaney at Blaney Plant, James City. 
Forth, John - aged 16 at muster in Elizabeth City, servant to Francis Chamberlin
Gany, Anna - aged 24 at muster in Elizabeth City, wife of William on 1616 George.
Gaskoyne, Thomas - aged 34 at muster at Eastern Shore.
Gayne, William - aged 36 at muster in Elizabeth City.
Goodman, Robart - aged 24 at muster in Elizabeth City under John Ward's muster.
Gyffith, Ambrose - aged 16 at muster in Elizabeth City under Thomas Garnett.
Hall, Thomas - muster at Treasuror's Plantation, James City.
Hampton, William - aged 34 at muster in Elizabeth City, listed with Joane Hampton.
Hampton, William - aged 40 at muster at Elizabeth City under Edward Waters.
Harwood, Paule - aged 20 at muster in Elizabeth City as servant to Edward Waters.
Hattfild, Joseph - aged 24 at muster, Elizabeth City, servant to Sgt William Barry.
Hill, Francis - aged 22 at muster, Elizabeth City, servant to Sgt William Barry.
Hill, John - aged 26 at muster in Elizabeth City as servant to John Banum.
Hobson, Edward - at muster at Colledg Land
Hopson, Thomas - aged 12 at muster at Mathews Plant, James City as servant to Capt Samuel Mathews. 
Jefferson, John - at muster in James City.
Johnson, Mrs Edward - unk age, at muster in Elizabeth City with husband (on the Abigaile) and child born in VA.
Jones, Thomas - Age 35 in Virginia Muster 1624/5
Knight, Benjamin - aged 28 at muster Eastern Shore, servant to Capt William Epes.
Lane, Alice - aged 24 at muster in Elizabeth City under Edward Waters.
Lauckfild, John - aged 24 at muster in Elizabeth City, wife Alice on 1621 Abigaile.
Leak, Augustine - Muster at Martin's Hundred, listed with Robert Addams, wife, Winifred, on 1623 George.
Levett, George - aged 29 at muster in Elizabeth City as servant to Thomas Garnett.
Longe, Elias - muster at Treasuror's Plantation, James City.
Mansfield, David - hired servant, muster at Treasuror's Plantation as servant to George Sands.
Marloe, Thomas - at Virginia muster 1624/5
Mitchell, Maudlin - aged 21 at muster at Elizabeth City. Wife of Francis on the Neptune?
Moore, Leonard - at muster at Colledg Land
More, John - aged 36 at muster in Elizabeth City, wife Elizabeth came on the Abigaile.
Morris, John - aged 24 at muster in Elzabeth City as one of William Tucker's men.
Mountney, Lenord - aged 21 at muster in Elizabeth City, under Alexander Mountey's muster.
Osborne, Ralph - aged 22 at muster, Elizabeth City, servant to Sgt William Barry.
Osborne, Thomas (Lt.) Virginia muster at Celledge Land with three servants 
Ottowell, Thomas - aged 40 at muster under Edward Blaney at Blaney Plant, James City. 
Penrise, Robart - aged 12 at muster in Elizabeth City as servant to Edward Waters.
Phillips, Thomas - muster at Hog Island as servant to Lt Barkley.
Pilkinton, William - muster at Treasuror's Plantation, James City.
Popeley, Richard - aged 26 at muster in Elizabeth City under Jonas Stockton's muster
Raughton, Ezekiah - at muster at Colledg Land, wife Margrett on Warwick
Rimwell, Adam - aged 24 at muster in Elizabeth City under John Ward's muster.
Robisonn, Richard - 1623 voyage, aged 30 at muster, Elizabeth  City as servant to John Banum
Rogers, George - aged 23 at muster under Edward Blaney at Blaney Plant, James City. 
Rookines, William - aged 26 at muster, Elizabeth City, servant to Sgt William Barry.
Russell, John - aged 19 at muster in James City, servant to Edward Blaney.
Salford, Mary - aged 24 at muster, daughter of Robart on the John & Francis and sister to John on the 1616 George?
Seirson, Cutbert - aged 22 at muster, Elizabeth City, servant to Sgt William Barry.
Shelley, John - aged 23 at muster under Edward Blaney at Blaney Plant, James City. 
Sherley, Daniell - aged 30 at muster at Colledg Land
Smith, Nicholas - aged 18 at muster at Crowder's Plantation as servant to Hugh Crowder.
Smith, Osmond - 1620 voyage, aged 17 at muster servant to Doctor John Potts at James City,  January 1624
Smith, Susanna - muster at Archer's Hope, James City, wife of John on 1611 Elizabeth 
Spilman, Hanna - age 23 at muster in Elizabeth City, wife to Thomas on the 1616 George?
Stockton, Jonas - aged 40 at muster Elizabeth City.
Stockton, Timothey - aged 14 at muster in Elizabeth City under Jonas Stockton's muster
Thrasher, Robart - aged 22 at muster at Elizabeth City.
Tyos, John - muster at Treasuror's Plantation, James City.
Upton, Georg - Age 26 in Virginia Muster as Abraham Peirsey's servant, January 20, 1624/5, 1622 voyage 
Vaghan, John - aged 23 at muster, Elizabeth City, servant to Sgt William Barry.
Walters, William - aged 27 at muster at Mathews Plant, James City as servant to Capt Samuel Mathews. 
Weldon, William - at muster at Colledg Land
White, Edward - muster at Treasuror's Plantation, James City.
Willcockes, John Capt. - muster at Eastern Shore, listed with Henrie Charlton, aged 19 
Worlidge, William - aged 18 at muster in Elizabeth City, servant to Francis Chamberlin
Wynwill, Christopher - aged 26 at muster in Elizabeth City under John Ward's muster.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Hopson, Thomas~Age 12 in Virginia Muster, February 4, 1624/5 
Walters, William~Age 27 in Virginia Muster, February 4, 1624/5 

Departed in August, 1619, with 120 passengers. Sent by the Virginia Company. 
(Source: The Voyage...To Verginia 1619 by Ferdinando Yate) November, 1619 

The Bona Nova, from London, arrived at Virginia Source: "Hotten's Lists" Burthen: 200 tons (Source: The Voyage...To Verginia 1619 by Ferdinando Yate) 

Passengers from the Port of London on the Bona Nova to Virginia: 
Barry, William (Sgt.)  ~See name in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Brocke, John  ~Age 19 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Calder, Thomas  ~Age 24 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Claxon, John  ~See name in Virginia Muster, February 4, 1624/5 
Crowder, Mr. Hugh  ~See name in Virginia Muster, February 4, 1624/5 
Dickson, Stephen  ~Age 25 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Evands, William  ~Age 23 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Gaskoyne, Thomas  ~Age 34 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Goodman, Robart  ~Age 24 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Gyffith, Ambrose  ~Age 33 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Hattfild, Joseph  ~Age 24 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Hill, Francis  ~Age 22 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Hobson, Edward  ~See name in Virginia Muster, January 23, 1624/5 
Levett, George  ~Age 29 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Mansfeild, David  ~See name in Virginia Muster, February 4, 1624/5 
Morris, Joh  n~Age 24 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Osborne, Ralph  ~Age 22 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Osborne, Thomas (Lt.)  ~See name in Virginia Muster, January 23, 1624/5 
Rimwell, Adam  ~Age 24 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Rookines, William  ~Age 26 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Seirson, Cutbert  ~Age 22 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Sherley, Daniell  ~Age 30 in Virginia Muster, January 23, 1624/5 
Smith, Susanna  ~See name in Virginia Muster, February 4, 1624/5 (Her husband, John, arrived on the Elsabeth in 1611) 
Vaghan, John  ~Age 23 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Weldon, William  ~See name in Virginia Muster, January 23, 1624/5 
Wynwill, Christophe  r~Age 26 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 1620 

The Bona Nova, from London, arrived at Virginia Passengers from the Port of London on the Bona Nova to Virginia 
Banum, Elizabeth~Age 43 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Barrett, Walter~Age 26 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Davis, Richard~Age 22 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Dorie, Gregory~Age 36 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Gany, Anna~Age 24 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Gayne, William~Age 36 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Hall, Thomas~See name in Virginia Muster, February 4, 1624/5 
Hampton, William~Age 40 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Hill, John~Age 26 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Knight, Benjamin~Age 28 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Lane, Alice~Age 24 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Longe, Elias~See name in Virginia Muster, February 4, 1624/5 
Mitchell, Maudlin~Age 21 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
More, John~Age 36 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Mountney, Lenord~Age 21 in Virginia Muster, February 7,1624/5 
Penrise, Robart~Age 12 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Pilkinton, William~See name in Virginia Muster, February 4, 1624/5 
Popeley, Richard~Age 26 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Robisonn, Richard~Age 22 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Salford, Mary~Age 24 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Smith, Osmond~Age 17 in Virginia Muster, January 24, 1624/5 
Spilman, Hanna~Age 23 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Stockton, Jonas~Age 40 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Stockton, Timothey~Age 14 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Thrasher, Robart~Age 22 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Tyos, John~See name in Virginia Muster, February 4, 1624/5 
White, Edward~See name in Virginia Muster, February 4, 1624/5 
Willcockes, John~See name in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 

1621 The Bona Nova, from London, arrived at Virginia. (The Bona Nova departed Virginia May [16], 1621.2) 
Sources: (1) "Hotten's Lists", Virginia Musters (2) Letter, dated May [16], 1621, from Jabez Whittaker, in Virginia, sent to Sir Edwin Sandys, London, 
on the departing Bona Nova. (S.M. Kingsbury, "Records of the Virginia Company", 1933, v.III, page 297) Ship and Passenger Information: 
Browne, John~Age 28 in Virginia Muster, January 21, 1624/5 
Dore, James~Age 19 in Virginia Muster, January 21, 1624/5 
Hampton, William~Age 34 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Lauckfild, John~Age 24 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Smith, Nicholas~Age 18 in Virginia Muster, February 4, 1624/5~Entered in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 

April, 1622 The Bona Nova, from London, arrived at Virginia Passengers from the Port of London on the Bona Nova to Virginia: 
Ship and Passenger Information: 
Boyse, Allice~See name in Virginia Muster, January 24, 1624/5 (Her husband. Luke, arrived on the Edwin in May, 1619) 
Chamberlin, Rebecca~Age 37 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Chambers, John~Age 21 in Virginia Muster, January 20, 1624/5 
Forth, John~Age 16 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Harwood, Paule~Age 20 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 
Upton, Georg~Age 26 in Virginia Muster, January 20, 1624/5 
Worlidge, William~Age 18 in Virginia Muster, February 7, 1624/5 

Before 1624/5 The Bona Nova, from London, arrived at Virginia Passengers from the Port of London on the Bona Nova to Virginia before February 4, 1624/5, 
but voyage date not specified: 
Addams, Robert~See name in Virginia Muster, February 4, 1624/5 
Barrett, Francis~See name in Virginia Muster, February 4, 1624/5 
Benett, Thomas~See name in Virginia Muster (his wife Margery arrived in the Gift or Guift) 
Browninge, William~See name in Virginia Muster 
Campion, Robert~See name in Virginia Muster 
Crouch, Thomas~Age 40 in Virginia Muster, February 4, 1624/5 
Floid, Nathaniell~Age 24 in Virginia Muster, February 4, 1624/5 
Jefferson, John~See name in Virginia Muster 
Jones, Thomas~Age 35 in Virginia Muster 
Leak, Augustine~See name in Virginia Muster, February 4, 1624/5 (His wife, Winifred, arrived on the George in 1623) 
Marloe, Thomas~See name in Virginia Muster 
Moore, Leonard~See name in Virginia Muster 
Ottowell, Thomas~Age 40 in Virginia Muster, February 4, 1624/5 
Phillips, Thomas~See name in Virginia Muster, February 4, 1624/5 
Raughton, Ezekiah~See name in Virginia Muster (his wife Margrett arrived in the Warwick) 
Rogers, Georg~Age 23 in Virginia Muster, February 4, 1624/5 
Russell, John~Age 19 in Virginia Muster 
Shelley, John~Age 23 in Virginia Muster, February 4, 1624/5
Bona Nova sources:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~virginiahuddlestons/captain_john_huddleston_of_the_b.htm

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