One of the  flotilla called the Sea Venture voyage or "Third Supply", including the Sea Venture flagship, the Deliverance and the Patience. See Sea Venture for a total story and passenger listing.

The Deliverance was built in Bermuda by Richard Frobisher from the ship wrecked Seaventure. The building of the eighty ton pinnace started September 7, 1609, and completed by May 20, 1610, when they again took to the sea towards Jamestown with the Patience, a thirty ton pinnace built at the same time by George Somers.

The following entiries were obtained from my Hotten book 8a from the Musters of the Inhabitants in Virginia 1624/1625 chapters, pages 201 thru 265, which lists the muster captain, and what ship the individual arrived on.

Bagwell, Henery, 1608 voyage, aged 35 at muster, listed on Robert Bagwell's muster.
Godby, Thomas 1608 voyage, aged 38 at muster Elizabeth City with John Curtis and Chris. Smith.
Yearly, Sir George (Knight) 1609 voyage, muster at James City 1624. His wife, Lady Temerance, on the Falcon 1608.

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