I finally looked at the freeman list for March 3, 1635/6 on which John Cogswell appears. I wanted to see who else from Ipswich was made a freeman that day, because I would tend to think that person was also a passenger on the Angel Gabriel.
49 men are on the list. Of those 26 came on other ships, mostly on the Defense. Nicholas Jacob of Hingham arrived in 1633 and cannot have been on the Angel Gabriel. I used the Great Migration series as my major source and the names past the letter S aren't done yet. I could not identify Joseph Wells. That's 29 (counting Cogswell). Of the 20 men left that we can't place on a specific ship we have:
- William Dyer, the husband of the Quaker martyr, who eventually went to R.I.
- Robert Lord of Ipswich
- Thomas Loring of Hingham and Hull
- George Ludkin of Braintree
- George Marsh of Hingham
- John Otis of Hingham
- Nicholas Baker of Scituate
- Thomas White of Weymouth
- John Kingsbury of Dedham
- John Leavitt of Hingham
- Thomas Rawlings of Weymouth and Boston
- Nicholas Danforth of Cambridge
- Thomas Marrett of Cambridge
- Thomas Chesholm of Cambridge
- John Russell of Cambridge and later Conn.
- Edmond Frost of Cambridge
- Michael Barstow of Charlestown
- Thomas Wakely of Hingham
- Joseph Andrews of Hingham [son of Thomas Andrews of Hingham]
- William Walton (Rev.) of Hingham first, then Marblehead
So clearly, there's a little Hingham/Weymouth/Scituate group and a little Cambridge group. All but one settle at or south of Boston. So I would hazard a guess that Robert Lord was a possible passenger on the Angel Gabriel as well, because he fits the timeline with Cogswell, a known passenger, and also ends up in Ipswich. It should be also noted that 48 of the 49 arrived in 1635 and were made a freeman within the year, Nicholas Jacob being the sole exception. For the previous postings on this subject click here.