Reconstructed Passenger List of the Britannia,

Compiled by Don Hayworth; Revised November 2012

While performing research to determine the sailing and arrival dates of the Britannia, I discovered many passengers on the Britannia; including some who died at sea.  The discovery of so many passenger names without really trying inspired me to try to compile a list of passengers who sailed on the Britannia.

Preserved wills written, signed, and witnessed aboard the Britannia provided many passenger names and most names of those who died. The preparer of the will invariably died shortly after preparing his will and the wills were probated shortly after the Britannia arrived in Philadelphia. All witnesses to a will made aboard ship were clearly passengers. Wives and children aboard the Britannia were often named in one’s will. Executors and trustees named in the will were often aboard the Britannia, but some were friends or family already in Pennsylvania. Heirs named in one’s will tended to be a mixed bag of friends and family; some aboard ship, some already in Philadelphia, and some back in England. Other names came from the letters of George Haworth. Some of the names, especially children, are from documented family histories that seem to be reliable sources.

All of the passengers on the Britannia were Quakers and all seem to have emigrated from Lancashire and Yorkshire, except for a few servants taken on board in Cork, Ireland. Many of the probable and possible passengers were known to George Haworth and his family still in England and definitely immigrated to Pennsylvania. However, I could not locate proof that they were actually aboard the Britannia as opposed to another ship that arrived in 1699 or a few years earlier or later.

After I concluded my research and posted an earlier passenger list, I discovered that I was not the first to prepare a passenger list for the Britannia. In 2009, William Brooke Fetters (see reference 17) published a list of adult Britannia passengers in an appendix to his biography of John Brooke/Brook/Brookes, a passenger on the Britannia. Since we used many common sources, most of the passengers identified by Mr. Fetters were already known to me. However, Mr. Fetters had access to a number of sources not known to me and identified additional passengers now included in this revised list.

Including the passengers identified by Mr. Fetters, I was able to compile a list of 145 “plus” names.  The plus denotes an unknown number of children of two families referred to only as “my children” in the will of their father. Of these 145 “plus” names, I consider 125 “plus” of them to be “proven passengers” on the Britannia. An additional 6 names I consider to be “probable passengers”. The remaining 14 names are categorized as “possible passengers”. The names of 38 who died at sea or shortly after arrival have also been identified. Note, however, that all “proven passengers” should be considered proven to my personal satisfaction; not necessarily proven in accordance with recognized genealogical standards in all case.

We know that there were more than 200 passengers aboard the Britannia and that about 75 died at sea or ashore shortly after arrival. Most of the unidentified probably fall into one of the following categories:

    1.       Indentured servants – Many well-to-do men with large families were aboard the Britannia. Most probably had a large number of servants, yet only a very few servants have been identified. Servants are seldom named in wills and seldom wrote wills.

   

        2.       Wives of men who survived the voyage – Women seldom wrote wills and are seldom identified unless their husbands died and left a will.

   

    3.       Children of men who survived the voyage – Children never wrote wills, except possibly some older children, and they are seldom identified unless their father died and left a will.

   

    4.       Men of lesser means who survived the voyage - If a man survived the voyage he probably did not write a will aboard the Britannia. Unless he was considered a man of some importance, a close friend, or a relative he would not have been called upon to witness a will or serve as an executor or trustee.

 It is my hope that this list will prove useful to others trying to trace their Quaker ancestors. It is also my hope that others will revise and update this list to make it as accurate and complete as possible by adding and removing names when there is evidence to substantiate revisions.  Don Hayworth, November 2012

Reconstructed Passenger List of the Summer 1699 Sailing of the Britannia

 

Name

AKA

References

Notes

1

Atkinson, Christopher

 

3, 7, 8, 9, 17, 18

Wrote will aboard Britannia; died at sea

2

Atkinson, Margaret (Fell)

 

3, 7, 8, 9, 17

Wife of Christopher Atkinson; named in will

3

Atkinson, William

 

3, 7, 8, 9, 17

Son of Christopher Atkinson; named in will; died ashore - drowned

4

Atkinson, Hannah

 

3, 7, 8, 9, 17

Dau. of Christopher Atkinson; named in will

5

Atkinson, Margaret

 

3, 7, 8, 9, 17

Dau. of Christopher Atkinson; named in will

6

Atkinson, Isabell

 

3, 7, 8, 9, 17

Dau. of Christopher Atkinson; named in will

 

 

 

 

 

7

Atkinson, John

 

7, 8, 9, 17, 18

Brother of Christopher Atkinson; died at sea

8

Atkinson, Susannah (Hynde)

 

7, 8, 9, 17, 18

Wife of John Atkinson; died at sea

9

Atkinson, William

 

7, 8, 9, 17, 18

Son of John Atkinson

10

Atkinson, Mary

 

7, 8, 9, 17, 18

Daughter of John Atkinson

11

Atkinson, John

 

7, 8, 9, 17, 18

Son of John Atkinson

 

 

 

 

 

12

Atkinson, Marie

 

3

Named as heir in will of Benjamin Smithson; probable passenger. (Possibly the same as Mary Atkinson.)

 

 

 

 

 

13

Baines, Alexander

 

3

Named in will of Daniel Morris; possible passenger

14

Baines, Richard

 

3

Named in will of Daniel Morris; possible passenger

 

 

 

 

 

15

Thomas Baker

 

12

Possible passenger but may have arrived earlier than 1699; died ashore August 1699,

16

Mary Baker

 

12

Mentioned in George Haworth letters; widow of Thomas Baker; possible passenger

17

Edward Baker

 

12

Mentioned in George Haworth letters; son of Thomas Baker; possible passenger

18

Rachel Baker

 

12

Mentioned in George Haworth letters; daughter of Thomas Baker; possible passenger

 

 

 

 

 

19

Baldwin, John

Baldwen

Boldwin

1

Obtained leave to come to America from Marsden meeting in November 1698; probable passenger

20

Baldwin, Jennet (Hartley)

 

1

Wife of John Baldwin; probable passenger

 

 

 

 

 

21

Bracken, William

Brackin

Braken

2, 3, 10, 17

Witness to will of George Godsall (or Godslave); witness to will of John Smith

22

Bracken, Hannah (Devers)

 

2

Wife of William Bracken; possibly nee Booker.

23

Bracken, Thomas

 

2

Son of William Bracken

24

Bracken, John

 

2

Son of William Bracken

 

 

 

 

 

25

Brewer, Robert

 

1, 3, 12, 17

Wrote his will aboard the Britannia; death also mentioned in George Haworth letter; died at sea

 

 

 

 

 

26

Brook, John

Brooke(s)

4, 17

Died  ashore in Elsinborough, New Jersey

27

Brook, Frances (Morton)

 

4, 17

Wife of John Brook; died  ashore in Elsinborough, New Jersey

 

 

Name

AKA

References

Notes

28

Brook, James

 

4, 17

Son of John Brook; left ship in Elsinborough, New Jersey

29

Brook, Matthew

 

4, 17

Son of John Brook; left ship in Elsinborough, New Jersey

 

 

 

 

 

30

Brooks, Thomas

 

12

Mentioned in George Haworth letters; possible passenger

 

 

 

 

 

31

Brooke(s), James

Brook

17

Shipper of dutiable goods; (possibly the same as James Brook, son of John Brook)

 

 

 

 

 

32

Burdett, Matthew

 

3, 17

Wrote his will aboard Britannia; died at sea

 

 

 

 

 

33

Caras, William

 

18

Left son in the care of Gabriel Beans; died ashore

34

Caras, Thomas

 

18

Son of William Caras

 

 

 

 

 

35

Cautherey, Sarah

 

17

Servant to John Brook

 

 

 

 

 

36

Clough, George

 

3, 10, 12, 17

Mentioned as shipmate in George Haworth letters; overseer in will of Margaret Lansdale; witness to will of John Smith; executor and trustee in will of Robert Brewer; executor in will of George Godsall (or Godsalve)

37

Cockshaw, Jonathan

Cockshott

17

Brother of  Hannah (Cockshaw) Musgrave

38

Cooper, William

Cowper

Couper

5, 6

Settled in Bucks County, Pennsylvania

39

Cooper, Thomasin (Porter)

 

5, 6

Wife of William Cooper; no records in Pennsylvania; probably died at sea

40

Cooper, Elizabeth

 

5, 6

Daughter of William Cooper

41

Cooper, Henry

 

5, 6, 17

Son of William Cooper; witness to will of Henry Burdett

42

Cooper, Jonathan

Couper

5, 6, 17

Son of William Cooper; witness to will of Benjamin Smithson

43

Cooper, Hannah

 

5, 6

Daughter of William Cooper

44

Cooper, Ann

 

5, 6

Daughter of William Cooper

45

Cooper, Abraham

 

5, 6

Son of William Cooper

46

Cooper, Sarah

 

5, 6

Daughter of William Cooper

47

Cooper, Joseph

 

5, 6

Son of William Cooper

48

Cooper, Israel

 

5,6

Reared as son of William Cooper, but probably out of wedlock son of his daughter Elizabeth

 

 

 

 

 

49

Corbine, Thomas

 

3, 17

Named as heir in will of Matthew Burdett; “Boatswain” on the Britannia.

 

 

 

 

 

50

Cotton, Jane

 

17

Single woman

 

 

 

 

 

51

Croxton, Hugh

 

17

Shipper of dutiable goods; possible passenger

 

 

 

 

 

52

Daves, John

Dares

3, 10, 17

Witness to will of George Godsall (or Godsalve); inconsistent transcription of same name

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Name

AKA

References

Notes

53

Dawson, John

 

12

Mentioned in George Haworth letter of 1712 as “hatter from Rossendale”; possible passenger, but seems to have arrived about 1710

54

Elliott, Andrew

 

12

Mentioned in George Haworth letters; possible passenger

 

 

 

 

 

55

Eaton, Samuel

Eton

3, 17

Witness to will of Daniel Morris; witness to will of Thomas Musgrave

 

 

 

 

 

56

Ford, Sampson

     

3, 17

Witness to will of Robert Brewer

 

 

 

 

 

57

Godsalve, George

Goodsall

Godsall

3, 7, 8, 9, 10, 17

Witness to will of Christopher Atkinson; wrote his will aboard Britannia; died at sea

 

 

 

 

 

58

Growdon, Joseph

 

3, 4

Named trustee in will of Thomas Musgrave; possible passenger, but probably arrived earlier

 

 

 

 

 

59

Haydock, Robert

 

17

Quaker merchant; chartered the Britannia for its voyage to America

 

 

 

 

 

60

Haworth, George

 

12, 17

George Haworth letters name some fellow shipmates as well as some friends from Lancashire who may have come to America on different ships.

 

 

 

 

 

61

Heaton, Robert

 

17

Shipper of dutiable goods

 

 

 

 

 

62

Higginson, Jonathan

 

3, 17

Witness to will of Daniel Morris; witness to will of Robert Brewer

 

 

 

 

 

63

Hinds, Marie

 

3

Named as heir in will of Benjamin Smithson; probable passenger (possibly the same as Mary Hynde)

 

 

 

 

 

64

Hudson, Timothy

 

3, 16, 17

Witness to will of Margaret Lansdale; witness to will of Matthew Burdett; witness to will of John Smith; witness to will of Benjamin Smithson

65

Hudson, William

 

3, 10

Witness to will of Margaret Lansdale; possible passenger

 

 

 

 

 

66

Hughes, John

 

3, 4, 17

Witness to will of Thomas Musgrave

 

 

 

 

 

67

Hynde, Mary

Hind

7, 8, 9, 17

Sister-in-law of Thomas Atkinson

68

Hynde, Alice

Hind

7, 8, 9, 17

Sister-in-law of Thomas Atkinson

69

Hynde, Lydia

Hind

7, 8, 9, 17

Sister in law of Thomas Atkinson; no record in America; probably died at sea

 

 

 

 

 

70

Kennedy, Alice

Kinerley

3, 17

Named in will of Benjamin Smithson; died at sea. (almost certainly the same as Alice Kenworthy (or Kennerly)  in another transcription error)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Name

AKA

References

Notes

71

Kenworthy, John

Kennerly

12, 17

Brother in-law of George Haworth; died at sea. Note that Kenworthy was “commonly known as Kennerly”; a local, colloquial name variation in Yorkshire.

72

Kenworthy, Alice (Haworth)

Kennerly,

Kencerly

12, 17

Wife of John Kenworthy, sister of George Haworth, died at sea

73

Kenworthy, James

 

12

Son of John Kenworthy, died at sea

74

Kenworthy, Infant

 

12, 17

Child of John Kenworthy; born & died at sea

 

 

 

 

 

75

Lace, Thomas

 

3, 17

Witness to will of Robert Brewer

 

 

 

 

 

764

Langdale, Thomas        

Langsdale

3, 10, 17

Witness to will of George Godsall (or Godsalve). (probably the same as Thomas Lansdale)

 

 

 

 

 

775

Lansdale, Thomas

Londsdale

Loynsdall

Lounsdale

Laynfall Loundsdale

3, 10, 15, 16, 17

Named as deceased husband of Margaret Lansdale in her will, died ashore.

78

Lansdale, Margaret (Robinson)

 

3, 10, 15, 16, 17

Wrote her will ashore as widow of Thomas Lansdale; died ashore

79

Lansdale, Elinor (or Eleanor)

 

3, 10, 15

Named as daughter and heir in will of Margaret Lansdale

80

Lansdale, Elizabeth

 

15, 17

Daughter of Thomas Lansdale; died ashore

 

 

 

 

 

81

Laycock, John

 

12

Mentioned in George Haworth letters; possible passenger

 

 

 

 

 

82

Lee, Laurence

 

 

3, 17

Will was written ashore; named as an executor and trustee in the will of Robert Brewer; died ashore

83

Lee, Laurence Mrs.

 

3,17

Mentioned only as wife in will; not an heir; probable passenger, probably died at sea

 

 

 

 

 

84

Mitchell, Henry

 

1, 12, 17

Mentioned in George Haworth letters; died at sea

85

Mitchell, Elizabeth (Foulds)

 

12, 13

Mentioned in George Haworth letters; wife of Henry Mitchell; died ashore

86

Mitchell, John

 

12, 13

Mentioned in George Haworth letters; son of Henry Mitchell; died at sea

87

Mitchell, Richard

 

13, 14

Son of Henry Mitchell

88

Mitchell, Henry

 

13, 14, 17

Son of Henry Mitchell

89

Mitchell, Margaret

 

13, 14

Daughter of Henry Mitchell

 

 

 

 

 

90

Morris, Daniel

 

3, 17

Wrote his will aboard Britannia; died at sea

91

Morris, Elie  (or Elce)

 

3, 17

Wife of Daniel Morris, died ashore

xxx

Morris, Children

 

3, 17

At least two of Daniel Morris’ children were aboard the Britannia but the exact number of children and their names have not been determined

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Name

AKA

References

Notes

92

Musgrave, Thomas

Musgrove,

Murgrave

Mugrave

& several other erroneous spellings

3, 4, 17

Death mentioned in George Haworth letters; named as an executor in will of Matthew Burdett; named as executor and trustee in will of Robert Brewer; named an executor in will of George Godsall (or Godsalve); witness to will of Christopher Atkinson; wrote his will aboard ship; died at sea

93

Musgrave, Hannah (Cockshaw)

 

3, 4, 17

Wife of Thomas Musgrave; left ship at Elsinborough, NJ

94

Musgrave, Thomas

 

3, 4, 17

Son of Thomas Musgrave; left ship at Elsinborough, NJ

95

Musgrave, Abraham

 

3, 4, 17

Son of Thomas Musgrave; left ship at Elsinborough, NJ

96

Musgrave,  Elizabeth

 

3, 4, 17

Daughter of Thomas Musgrave; named as heir in will of Benjamin Smithson; left ship at Elsinborough, NJ

97

Musgrave, William

 

3, 4, 17

Son of Thomas Musgrave; left ship at Elsinborough, NJ

 

 

 

 

 

98

Nicholls, Richard

Nicholas

Nicolles

Nicholes

17

Captain/Master/Commander of the Britannia

 

 

 

 

 

99

Norcross, William

 

10, 17, 18

Died at sea or shortly after coming ashore

100

Norcross, Elizabeth

 

10, 17, 18

Wife of William Norcross

101

Norcross, John

 

10, 17, 18

Son of William Norcross

102

Norcross, Jane (or Sarah)

 

10, 17, 18

Daughter of William Norcross

103

Norcross, William

 

10, 17, 18

Son of William Norcross

104

Norcross, Thomas

 

10, 17, 18

Son of William Norcross

 

 

 

 

 

105

Pearson, Thomas

 

1, 16, 17

Died at sea

106

Pearson, Grace (Veepon)

 

1, 16, 17

Wife of Thomas Pearson, died ashore

107

Pearson, Grace

 

1, 17

Daughter of Thomas Pearson

108

Pearson, Elizabeth

 

1, 17

Daughter of Thomas Pearson

109

Pearson, Sarah

 

1, 17

Daughter of Thomas Pearson

 

 

 

 

 

110

Proctor, Thomas

 

3, 7, 8, 9, 17

Atkinson servant, died ashore, drowned

111

Scholfield, Ellis

 

 

12, 17

Mentioned in George Haworth letters; died at sea

 

 

 

 

 

112

Scott, John

 

1, 17

Witness to will of Christopher Atkinson; named as executor in will of John Smith; died ashore

113

Scott, Jane (Bond)

 

1, 17

Wife  of John Scott

114

Scott, Ann

 

1, 17

Daughter of John Scott

115

Scott, John

 

1, 17

Son of John Scott

116

Scott, Henry

 

1, 17

Son of John Scott

117

Scott, Sarah

 

1, 17

Daughter of John Scott

118

Scott, Thomas

 

1, 17

Son of John Scott

 

 

 

 

 

119

Shaw, Robert

 

3, 17

Named as executor in will of Laurence Lee; also identified as servant of Laurence Lee.

 

 

Name

AKA

References

Notes

120

Shelton, Jane

 

3, 17

Servant and heir in will of Benjamin Smithson

 

 

 

 

 

121

Smith John

 

3, 17

Wrote his will aboard Britannia; died at sea

122

Smith, Ellen (Kellet

 

3, 17

Wife of John Smith; named in his will

123

Smith, Joseph

 

3, 17

Son of John Smith; named in his will

124

Smith, Ruth

 

3, 17

Daughter of John Smith; named in his will

125

Smith, Timothy

 

3, 17

Son of John Smith; named in will of John Smith

126

Smith, Isaac

 

3, 17

Son of John Smith; named in his will

127

Smith, Robert

 

3, 17

Son of John Smith; named in his will

128

Smith, Ann

 

3, 17

Daughter of John ; named in his will

129

Smith, Margaret

 

3, 17

Daughter of John Smith; named in his will

 

 

 

 

 

130

Smith, Richard

Smyth

3, 17

Executor in will of Matthew Burdett; executor & trustee in will of Robert Brewer; heir, executor, trustee & witness in will of Benjamin Smithson

131

Smithson, Benjamin

 

3, 17

Wrote will on Britannia; witness to will of Matthew Burdett; executor & trustee in will of Robert Brewer; died at sea

 

 

 

 

 

132

Stephen, John

 

17

Servant to Robert Haydock; died ashore

 

 

 

 

 

133

Stretch, Joseph

 

17

Shipper of dutiable good

 

 

 

 

 

134

Tomlinson, Elizabeth (Duckett)

 

17

Widow of Thomas Tomlinson

135

Tomlinson, John

 

17

Son of Thomas & Elizabeth Tomlinson

136

Tomlinson, Elizabeth

 

17

Daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Tomlinson

137

Tomlinson, Henry

 

17

Son of Thomas & Elizabeth Tomlinson

138

Tomlinson, Joseph

 

17

Son of Thomas & Elizabeth Tomlinson

139

Tomlinson, Thomas

 

17

Son of Thomas & Elizabeth Tomlinson

 

 

 

 

 

140

Walker, Mary

 

12

Mentioned in George Haworth letters; possible passenger

 

 

 

 

 

141

Whalley, Henry

 

1

From Marsden meeting

 

 

 

 

 

142

Whitacre, John

Whiteacre

Whitaker

11, 17

Married Jane, widow of Thomas Wilson; probable passenger

 

 

 

 

 

143

Wilson, Thomas

Willson

3, 10,11, 16, 17

Wrote his will ashore; died ashore

144

Wilson, Jane

 

3, 10,11, 16

Wife of Thomas Wilson; probably died at sea

xxx

Wilson, Children

 

3, 10, 16

Aboard the Britannia; names not determined

 

 

 

 

 

145

Wright, Richard

 

3, 4, 17

Witness to will of Matthew Burdett; witness to will of Thomas Musgrave

 

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