As documented by Anne Stevens
The Charity, left England mid-summer (before or early July) 1622, arriving in Cape Cod late 1622. The Charity accompanied by the pinnace Swan arrived with 60 men and no provisions. Thomas Morton, later of Mare Mount ("Merry Mount"), may have been with this group. The new arrivals remained, temporarily, at the Plymouth colony, placing a heavy burden on the provisions there. Also on board these vessels were "some" passengers for Virginia.
The following entiries were obtained from the Hotten book 8a from the Musters of the Inhabitants in Virginia 1624/1625 chapters, pages 201 thru 265, which lists the muster captain, and what ship the individual arrived on.
8a. John Camden Hotten: London, 1874. Reprint by Empire State Book Co., New York. Publish date guessed to be in the 1940's. (in Lady Anne's library)
Bransby, Thomas, muster at Neck-of-Land near James City, three servants. Chew, John, at Hog Land muster, wife Sarah on the Seaflower. Cholmle, Robert, muster of the Maine, James City with James Standish. Ellison, Ellin, wife of John on the Prosperous. Parrish, Thomas, 1622 voyage, aged 26 at muster at Elizabeth City, servant to Thomas Spilman. Royall, Joseph, 1622 voyage, muster at Neck-of-Land, Charles City, servant to Luke Boyse. Standish, James, muster of the Maine, James City with Robert Cholmle Charity sources: http://english-america.com/spls/622va002.html#Charity