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I see the Great Migration Directory, Immigrants to New England, now covers 1620-1640. It is available in hardcover for $64.95 or there is an ebook at $54.99
Does it cover Virginia?
No, just Massachusetts (incl. what is now Maine), New Hampshire and Connecticut. It includes some Long Islanders who came via the northeastern colonies, and likewise only includes Virginians who also appear in the north.
Oops, I left out Rhode Island.
While the term New England was used in the 17th century for all of the Anglo-American colonies, including Virginia, in this case it is used in the modern sense, immigrants to the region of the future USA northeast of New York: the colonies of New Hampshire, Massachusetts Bay, Plymouth, Rhode Island and Providence, Connecticut, Saybrook, New Haven.