The "SUCCESS" (miscalled
SURREY in many records, as Shourd, and in Cushing and Sheppard; and as SURCKRESS in
HINSHAW, Stephen NICHOLS, master (Controller's Book E 190/74/1), loaded for NJ at London
from 19 Aug. to 7 Sept. 1678; arrived April 1679. Probably having first stopped by
Bermuda or in the Caribbean. It brought:
William BIDDULPH, loaded 27 August
William CROUCH, loaded 29 August
John DENT, loaded 4 September
James DUNSON, or Dennison, loaded 7 September
Hugh HARTSHORNE, loaded 21 August
John HAWES, loaded 30 August
Joseph JACKSON, loaded 7 Sept.
Samuel JACKSON, loaded 26 August
Marmaduke RANDALL, loaded 31 August
Thomas WOODRUFF OR WOODROFE OF Gloucs., wife Edith; children: Thomas Edith, John, Isaac,
and Mary born
at sea; and a servant,Allise HARVEY.
John RICHARDSON loaded gunpowder on 28 August but is know to have come over later.
Perhaps he came on
this trip and returned. Edward MANN, a London merchant also loaded goods but is
known to have remained
in London. This is probably the "London Ship" mentioned in Woodward and
Hagman (page 10) and elsewhere,
on which came:
Does anyone recognize this Thomas KIRBY???