NOTE: The fly boat Martha from Hull, England, Thomas Wildbuys or Wildcup, master, cannont be found in the Port Books. According to Smith, she arrived "at the end of summer" 1677, or from the Bucks Arrivals, in 7 month (Sept.) 1677, bringing "114 passengers" for the Yorkshire Tenth, at Burlington, New Jersey. The following are those stated to have been aboard.
John Batts, servant of George Hutchinson William Black Joshua Boare of Drainfield, Derbyshire. (His wife followed on the Elizabeth and Sarah.) Richard Dingworth or Dungworth Thomas Ellis, servant of George Hutchinson. William Goforth Richard Harrison Thomas Hooten, wrote home shortly after arrival. Staying with Thomas Olive. MArmaduke Horsman William Ley Nathaniel Luke John Lyman George Miles The family of Samuel Odas (Otis) William Oxley Thomas Schooley Edward Season The family of Robert Stacy Samuel Taylor, and sister Alice, later married William Black. William Wood Thomas Wright. He wrote home to his wife 28 Oct. 1677,
having just arrived.
Reference: Samuel H. Smith, History of the Colony of Novo-Caesaria or New Jersey (Burlington, 1765, reprinted 1890)