Willyam Aspinall -      Robert Oarker
Wm Baulston -     Elizabeth Chambers
[Gov] Richard Bellingham -
           Elizabeth Boaneo, Mary Cogswell,
             Rebekah Dixon, Hugh Gunnyson
Edward Bendall -        Robert Turnor
Willyam Brenton -
                   Willyam Dennyn, Anne Nidds
George Burdon -  Johanna Andrewes
Thomas Buttall -
            Herman Atwood, George Clifford
John Button -                   John Gayle
Wilyam Coddington -
                     Anne Dorryfal, Anne Essex,
    Margaret Steele, Nathaniell Woodward
John Coggeshall -
Marie Martin, Anne Shelley, Judeth Garnett
[Rev] John Cotton -
                 Martha Blackett, Marie Bonner,
              Phoebe Burley, Margarett Burnes,
                 Marie Chappell, George Curtys,
            Thomas Sautell, Richard Trewsdale
William Coulborne -
                Jarrad Bourne, Edmund Bowne,
                                         Mathewe Innes
Jacob Elyott -
                    John Cleemond, Bettrise Hall,
                                 Michaell Hopkinson

James Everill -
                 Richard Magson, Hanna Penn
Mr Fowles -                    Mary Coffyn
Willyam Francklyn - Robert Mader
Thomas Grubbe -          Jellyan Vyall
Robert Harding -        Judeth Lyvars
[English Mayor] Atherton Haulgh
               Ellen Bazill, Nathaniel Chappell,
                      Susana Cooke, Mary Coy,
                            Ellen Pell, Esther Ward
Valentine Hill -           Johannah Blott
Martin Holman -             Joan Anter
Edward Hutchinson -
              Martha Hammond, Judye Smyth,
                                       Gamaliell Wayte
Willyam Hutchinson -
                                       Edward Dennys
Robert Keayne -      Penelope Darloe
Thos Leveritt -
           Edward Bates, Frances Hammond,
            Anthony Harker, Marye Mathews
Olyver Mellowe -         Marie Gibson
Sister Messengers -     Ruth Willyams
John Mylam -           Nicholis Charlett
Anne Newgate -              Marie Lukas
John Newgate -   Theodorus Atkinson
Thomas Oliver -          Priscilla Dause

Edmund Quinsey -
           Katherine Mekins, Thomas Mekins,
                           Thomas Mekins the yngr,
        William Wardall, Elizabeth Woodroffe
Judith Quinsey -                 Alice Pyce
Mr. Rowe -               William Letherland
John Sampford -            Robert Scott
Robert Scott -                  Faith Newell
James Smith -             Thomas Grundy
John Sweete -                 Samuel Bright
Willyam Ting -                 Alice Sharpe
[Capt] John Underhill -
                                        Margery Hindes
[Sir] Henry Vane -
                               Alexander Winchester
Gamaliell Wayte -   Elizabeth Scuddar
Henry Webb -
                       Ruth Knevitt, Robert Towle
Mr Willyams -         Margarett Browne
Nicholis Willys -
        Wm Townesend, Elizabeth Woolstone
[Rev] John Wilson -
            Thomasine Browne, Francis Clarke,
                    Helen Codde, Dorcas French,
                      John Handsett, Grace Lodge
[Gov] John Winthrop -
        Thomasine Browne, Willyam Browne,
                  Josiah Ferman, Dorcas French,
                       Marie Hudd, Johanna King,
                                       Elizabeth Wybert

In a class system between Nobility & the Yeomanry, English Gentry were, for the most part, people of education & good background. They were owners of land, or members of professional status; people of courtesy & civility.
They were accustomed to having servants to help with house upkeep, meals, landscaping & the like.
When the stockholders of the Massachusetts Bay Company sailed for the New World, many of their servants came with them, their fare paid & living quarters provided with the family housing.
There were those who brought with them only one servant, but the more affluent among the Gentry could have as many as six.
The significant point to consider is: how many the number of those servants who were willing to break with their ‘Old World’ ties, risk a 3,000 mile ocean voyage, & face the difficulties of creating a totally new ‘English Village,’ in a strange & forbidding ‘Wilderness’.
There is a story which emerges from this success: an ‘American Way’ of seizing opportunites to build on a foundation of freedom & law, with the security of a church membership in which they had “promissed to bind themselves in mutual love & respect, each to other.” [FCB Covenant.]
In this setting, one can improve one’s station in life with hard work & ‘right living.’ These characteristics caused the emigrants to more easily bring a Commonwealth into being. They had come to stay, and to prosper.
NB ‘Mr.’ is the typical greeting of a gentleman, as Sister is for women in the colonial world. Professional status is carried by brackets.