11 May 1639 Thomas Mathewes receives 1100 ac. in Henrico Co. VA for transport of 22 individuals. Among those mentioned are Thomas Whaplett & Mathew Morton. When Whaplett died in 1636 [Public Record Office, The National Archives, England]he made John Redman the executor of his estate in VA. Mathew Morton was a witness to the will. John Redman, Mathew Morton, & Thomas Whaplett came to VA on The Globe in 1635.
Transcription of text [abt 1635] John Littell 26 aged or ther abouts sworne and examined sayeth that when he lived at Mr knotts house Mr mellinge Mr Morton and Mr Redman being ther caled me to the rome and desyred me to put my hand to a writing and as I put my hand; quoth I, I have put my hand to I know not what, byt syd I I am not seing Mr. Moreton hath put his hand be for...[balance of entry worn away]. Detail Accomack County 1632 - 1637, TRANSCRIPT p. 33 [Original p. 60.] Virginia Colonial Abtracts, Vol. 1-3