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Georgia Settlers, Feb. 1733

There are 115 individual names in 40 families on this list. This list is accurate except where question marks appear.
  1. Amatis, Paul, Italian Silk Man Gardner & Silk Care
  2. Bowling, Timothy, 38, Potash Maker
  3. Calvert, William, 44, Trader in Goods
    • Calvert, Mary, 42, Wife of William
    • Greenfield, William, 19, Nephew
    • Greenfield, Charles, 16, Nephew
    • Greenfield, Sarah, 16, Niece
  4. Cannon, Richard, 36, Carpenter
    • Cannon, Mary 33, wife to Richard
    • Cannon, Clementine, 3, Daughter
    • Cannon, James, 7 months, son, died enroute, 26 Nov. 1732
    • Cannon, Marmaduke, 9, son
    • Hicks, Mary, Servant
  5. Carwell, James, 35 Peruke maker
    • Carwell, Margaret, 32, wife
  6. Causton, Thomas, 40, Calico Printer
  7. Christie, Thomas, 32, Merchant
    • Johnson, Robert, 17, Servant
  8. Clark, Robert, 37, Tailor
    • Clark, Judith, 24, wife
    • Clark, Charles, 11, son
    • Clark, John, 4, son
    • Clark, Peter, 3, son
    • Clark, James, 9 months, son, died on Ann, Dec 22, 1732
  9. Close, Henry, 42, Cloth worker
    • Close, Hanna, 32, Wife
    • Close, Ann, 2, Daughter to Henry
  10. Coles, Joseph, 28, Miller and Baker
    • Coles, Anna, 32, Wife
    • Coles, Anna, 13, Daughter
    • Wellen, Elias Ann, 18, Servant
  11. Cooper, Joseph, 34, Writer
  12. Cox, William, 41, Doctor
    • Cox, Frances, 35, Wife
    • ?Cox, William, 12? Son of William
    • Cox, Eunice, 3, Daughter
    • Lloyd, Henry, 21, Servant
  13. Fitzwater, Joseph, 31, Gardner
  14. Fox, Walter, 35, Turner
  15. Goddard, James, 35, Carpenter and joiner
    • Goddard, Elizabeth, 42, Wife
    • Goddard, John, 9, Son
    • Goddard, Elizabeth, 5, Daughter
  16. Gordon, Peter, 34, Upholsterer
    • Gordon, Katherine, 28, Wife
  17. Gready, John, 22, farmer
  18. Hodges, Richard, 50, Basketmaker
    • Hodges, Mary, 42, Wife
    • Hodges, Mary, 18, Daughter
    • Hodges, Elizabeth, 16, Daughter
    • Hodges, Sarah, 5, Daughter
  19. Hughes, Joseph, 28, Cider Trade
    • Hughes, Elizabeth, 22, Wife
  20. Jones, Noble, 32, Carpenter, Surveyor
    • Jones, Sarah, 32, Wife
    • Jones, Noble W., 10, Son
    • Jones, Mary, 3, Daughter
    • Cormock, Mary, 11, Servant
    • Ellis, Thomas, 17, Servant
  21. Little or Littel, William, 31, Understands Flax and Hemp
    • Little or Littel, Elizabeth, 31, Wife
    • Little or Littel, Mary, 5, Daughter
    • Little or Littel, William, 2, Son
  22. Milledge, Thomas
    • Milledge, Elizabeth, 40, Wife
    • Milledge, John, 11, Son
    • Milledge, Sarah, 9, Daughter
    • Milledge, Richard, 8, Son
    • Milledge, Frances, 5, Daughter
    • Milledge, James, 2, Son
  23. Mugridge, Francis, 39, Sawyer
  24. Muir, James, 28, Peruke Maker
    • Muir, Ellen, 38 Wife
    • Muir, John, 2, Son
    • Satchfield, Elizabeth, 24, Servant
  25. Overend, Joshua, 40, Mercer
  26. Parker, Samuel, 33, Heelmaker
    • Parker, Jane, 36, Wife
    • Parker, Samuel, Jr., 16, Son
    • Parker, Thomas, 9, Son
  27. Penrose, John, 35, Husbandman, Pilot at Tybee, Georgia
    • Penrose, Elizabeth, 46, wife
  28. Pratt, Thomas, 21
  29. Sammes, John, 42, Cordwainer
  30. Scott, Francis, 40, Military
    • Cameron, John Richard, 35, Servant
  31. Stanley, Joseph, 41, Stockingman
    • Stanley, Elizabeth, 35, Wife
    • Mackay, John, 25, Servant
  32. Symes, George, 55, Apothecary
    • Symes, Sarah, 52, Wife
    • Symes, Ann, 21, Daughter
  33. Thibaut, Daniel, 50, Understands vines
    • Thibaut, Mary, 40, Wife
    • Thibaut, James, 12, Son
    • Thibaut, Diana, 7, Daughter
  34. ?Wallis, John
    • ?Wallis, Elizabeth, 27, Wife
  35. Warren, John, 34, Flax & Hemp Dresser
    • Warren, Elizabeth, 27, wife
    • Warren, William, 6, Son
    • Warren, Richard, 4, Son
    • Warren, Elizabeth, 3, Daughter
    • Warren, John, 2, Son
    • Warren, Georgius Marinus - Born on ship, Oglethorpe was godfather.
  36. Waterland, William, 44, Mercer
  37. West, John, 33, Smith
    • West, Elizabeth, 33, Wife
    • West, Richard, 5, Son
  38. Wilson, James, 21, Sawyer
  39. Wright, John, 33, Vintner
    • Wright, Penelope, 33, Wife
    • Wright, John Norton, 13, Son
    • Wright, Elizabeth, 11, Daughter
  40. Young, Thomas, 45, Wheelwright

Herbert Henry, a minister who appears on some lists did make the trip, offering a prayer when the ship arrived in South Carolina.

The Ann set sail from Gravesend, one of a number of ports of London on November 17, 1732. Almost two months later, on January 13, 1733, James Oglethorpe and the colonists arrived at Charles Town, South Carolina. The Ann returned to England on January 20, after dropping the colonists off at Beaufort. Oglethorpe left the colonists the following day to scout a location for the first settlement in the colony of Georgia. Yamacraw Bluffs was the location he picked on January 22, after which he returned to the colonists at Beaufort. On January 30, 1733, Oglethorpe and the colonists left, reaching Georgia on February 1, 1733 (February 12, 1733 new style).

The ship's name was The Ann (no e), however, in many contemporary documents it is spelled with the e, probably because the Queen's name ended with an e.

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