I don't know if I have a copy of the same list that Ginny was talking about a few years ago, only that there are no ages attached to any of the individuals on the list that I do have. Which is more in the region of 600 individuals, give or take a few. The copy I have is totally washed out in places, but it's all I currently have. Someone highlighted John and George Abernethy or I wouldn't even know for sure they were on the list. But I think I may be able to get a better copy sometime: it's supposed to be in an archive in Georgia, probably at the University of Georgia Library.
I also don't yet have a copy of the list (if it's still extant) of the Battle of Dunbar prisoners: approximately 900 of whom were deported in 1650 to the New World Colonies (mostly Barbados, Virginia, & New England), or of the approximately 500 "loaned" to a French Military General.