This sheds a whole new light, and a new way of looking at William Compton. If he did not come from Massachuets with the Moody group, he may have actually arrived in New Amsterdam after the Moody group settled at Gravesend, and not before. He may have been living at New Amsterdam, as Stillwell was, and met Lady Moody, or one of her group, and was asked to join them at Gravesend. Or he may have been a friend of Stillwel's, and after Stillwell was asked to join the Gravesend group, he may have asked Compton to come with him. So, if Compton arrived after the Moody group, then we need to be looking for a ships manifest from Leiden or England that arrived at New Amsterdam during that time period. The William Compton that lived in Massachuets and settled in New Jersey, who's wife was supposedly Mary Wilmont,must have been a different William Compton, than the Long Island William Compton.