I have a Alice Tarleton, who was transported in 1674, and a James Tarleton was transported in 1671. I wonder if Alice could be the daughter of John Bate (1598 -1666), the emigrant whose daughter Susannah married StephenTarleton . He had a daughter Alice but I have know information about her. There was a John Tarleton born in St. Mary's County, MD, the son of James and Ann Tarleton. He wrote his will on April 2, 1772 probated June 16, 1772. He named Frederick and Elizabeth and his brothers James and Jeremiah (under 21) andsisters Susannah, and Ann adm estate on june 25, 1772. The next of kin was Stephen Tarleton, and James Tarleton.
Stephen Tarleton, born St. Marys County, MD was the son of James Tarleton and Anne. He wrote his will May 20, 1811. He names his wife Elizabeth and all his children and grandchildren. Issue: Fanny Tarleton md Kenelm Chesedine, John, Chloe md Thomas Blackstone, Richard md July 18, 1772 Elizabeth Tiford (Jesuit Records) died 1819. He left everything to brother Henry Tarleton, Ann, single at death, George, and Henry.
A list of emigrants to America from Liverpool between 1697 -1707 includes the names of a number of persons assigned to Edmund Tarleton, Jr. for delivery to MD and Va. Other persons were listed as passengers on the "Tabitha" and "Priscilla" under the command of Capt. William Tarleton. A Edward Tarleton, of Liverpool, England was captain of the vessel "Dublin" hedocked at St. Mary's to deposit passengers . He would take on cargo for the return trip. It is believed that he was accompanied by one of his kinsman, James Tarleton. In 1671 James was named a early settler of St. Marys County, MD. Capt. Edward continued his trips. He was captain of the" Freeman" of Liverpool which arrived at St. Marys May 17, 1681