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1 Phebe (Wilson) Barnard was married first to a Whiting. There is some
conflicting sources on this that need to be reconciled.
2 Ursula (Scott) Kimball was the sister of Thomas Scott also on the Elizabeth.
The Elizabeth left Ipswich, Suffolk, England on April 10, 1634. The ship's "master" was William Andrews. Both the master and ship are known to have made subsequent trips although no record (other than departure) of this particular voyage remains. Typically, ships making this voyage weighed between 10 and 100 tons (the Mayflower was quite big at 180 tons) and traveled at 7 - 10 knots with a passenger load of around one hundred. Interestingly, Master William Andrews was known to be an Ipswich man and he eventually settled in New England, on or after 1635.
Justinian Holding/Holden (c1612 - 1691). Bond's Watertown places him on The Elizabeth.