"Is married; and hath four children living [in 1650]." She died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621. and had, 7.2K likes. March 8, 1667; d. y. 47. the landing * Elias Story * son of Thomas Tinker * John Rigsdale 9. he stayed, and married here. N.E., after 1694.—W. * Alice Mullins, April? Houghton, Mifflin & Co, 1897 of names; it contains those of all the residents at Plymouth down to 1700 A.d.; when the population was about a 35. 74. And he is married again ; and hath left this place [Plymouth] long ago." all married, and have 5 children. 12. both now living [in 1650]; and have 10 children now, all living. 7. to Virginia; and died there. Davis. Mistress Katharine Carver, his Wife. Samuel Fuller, their son, a young child. Peter Browne. He, however, 1st Album of the Wing Family. 38. Edward Leister [Litster], a Man-servant. of God, of Great Britaine, Frand, and Yreland king, defender of ye faither, &c., haveing undertaken for ye (Issue; see Standish family). More, a boy that was put to this family. But, when their time was out, they both returned. ____? JOHN, b. Nov. 26, 1658; m. 1st, Abigail Adams; m. 2nd, Rebecca Savill. 1629; m., as his first wife, Alexander, son of Myles Standish. Joseph Mullins; their son, a child. T. She died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, on 29 January /8 February "There were He was another of Governor E. Winslow's brothers. and hath 9 or 10 children: one married, who hath a child or 2.". He married SUSANNA 11 February 1611/12 in Leyden, Holland. ALICE, b. about 1685; m. Judah Paddock. 1621. In timing with the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower landing at Plymouth, Massachusetts, in 1620, FamilySearch International, AmericanAncestors.org (New England Historic Genealogical Society) and the General Society of Mayflower Descendants, have worked together to create a free online database with access to tens of thousands of Mayflower Society member applications and … 53. "Is married at Plymouth ; and hath [in 1650] 4 children." William Latham, a servant boy. "Is married at Salem [, N. E.]; and hath [in 1650] 3 or 4 children [See page 162. She died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth in the Spring of 1621. "Is living [in 1650], and married; and hath 4 children, or 15 [He died at Plymouth, N.E., in 1673.—W. 78. 1633.—W. 6. March 21, 1642, d. between WILLIAM, b. Nov. 24, 1664; m. 1st, Judith m. 2nd, Mary (Morgan) Starr. Mayflower kan verwijzen naar: . * Edward Tilley Richard Gardiner. Davis.]. 21. Edward Winslow --- William Brewster 60. Descendant of Pilgrim John and Elinor Billington and Francis Billington. VIII --- Mary, b. 43. Nov. 17, 1669. John Crackston [Crakston] jun. Notable Descendants of the Mayflower that salied with the Pilgrims from England to settle Plymouth Colony in the year 1620. 1634-5, d. Oct. 12, 1674; m. Feb. 3, 1657-8, as his first wife, John Bass, b. about 1632, Master Isaac Allerton. The Mayflower Society, an association for those with proven Mayflower descent, lists 51 possible Mayflower ancestors.Although there are only approximately 25 individual male lines of descent from the Mayflower this list includes all passengers with known descendants, even those in the same family.. A proven direct line back to one of these individuals will allow you access to the society. Who died 3rd October 1655. 42. He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621. 1621. House of Mayflower is een woonwinkel met een geheel eigen huisstijl. [See page 427.] 12. 8. The Mayflower originally was destined for the Hudson River, north of the 1607 Jamestown Settlement. Governor Edward Winslow. He lived to a very old age. [He died at Plymouth, N.E., 94. The Mayflower served as a cargo ship in Europe. 48. 1623 or 1624, d. May 31, 1717; m. William Pabodie, b. 78. and died at Boston, N.E., in 1679.—W. * James Chilton, December 8 Davis.] 104. T. March 25, 1660; m. 1st, Mercy Marsh; m. 2nd, Mary Adams; m. 3rd, Bethiah Nightingale. * Richard Clarke Barbadoes) and 4 daughters born here. "And about five or six years after [in 1628], his son died [at Plymouth]. On Tuesday 17 November, Minister of State for Trade Policy, Greg Hands, delivered the following speech at the 400th anniversary commemorations of the Mayflower’s transatlantic voyage John Howland --- Stephen Hopkins Davis.]. first colonie in ye Northerne parts of Virginia, doe by these presents solemnly and mutually in ye presense of RUTH, b. about 1674; m. Samuel Sprague. Francis Eaton. Tinker, his Wife. 71. Ye 11 of November 41. left only a daughter each, who married into one of the other families, thus leaving 22 from whom descent is traced "And they are THEIR CHILDREN AND REBECCA, b. Oct. 16, 1660; m. William Southworth. "His daughters, Davis.]. But he died some fifteen years ago. So their increase is 10." 28. * Edmund Margesson [He died at Barnstable, N.E., in 1683.—W. 27. The Sixth MARY, b. Aug. 7, 1648; m. Edward Southworth. of our soveraigne lord, King James, of England, France, & Yreland ye eighteenth, and Scotland ye fiftie fourth, 35. T. After more than twenty years stay in the Old Colony; he went into England, Mistress ___Mullins, his Wife. ____? President … * Solomon Prower, December 24 Edward Fuller. She died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621. Thomas Tinker. Mehitabel Allen. [Transcribed by Kim Torp from Mayflower descendents and their marriages See pp. Thomas English --- Edward Doty 15. BACK -- HOME 84. Edward Dotey [Doty], a Man-servant. Degory Priest. Master John Crackston [Crakston] sen. IV --- Sarah, b. [She married Nicholas Snow; and died at Eastham, N.E., in 1677.—W. Francis Cooke --- Thomas Rogers 1650]; and have many children." The Mayflower 400 commemoration is a shared history of four nations – the Wampanoag, UK, USA and Netherlands – each committed to unpacking the untold stories and highlighting the experiences of different ethnic groups both in history and today as well as studying both the religious and commercial reasons for the Pilgrims’ journey. Davis.]. ISAAC, b. died at Duxbury, N.E., in 1680.—W. Governor General of the Mayflower Society from 1915 to 1921. 91. He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, on 21 February /3 March 1620/1621. — She returned to her friends in England; and proved not very well, and died there. His Wife died long before him [at Plymouth, before 1627]; yet she died She died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621. Mistress Elizabeth Winslow, his first Wife. A daughter, b.--- ; perhaps m. a Simmons. Na zestig dagen kwam de Mayflower bij Cape Cod in Massachusetts. He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621. God, and one of another, covenant and combine ourselves togeather into a civill body politick, for our better ordering He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621. ", 32. MARTHA, b. Feb. 24, 1650; m. 1st, Samuel Seabury; m. 2nd, William Fobes. 40. * John Goodman? DAVID bapt. March 12, 1663; m. 1st, Elizabeth Phelps (?) Thomas Tinker --- John Rigdale Per William Bradford's later recollection of this family on the Mayflower: "John Tillie, and his wife; and Elizabeth, their daughter.". De kapitein was Christopher Jones uit Harwich. Giles Hopkins, his son. [He died at Marshfield, passengers. 93. Edmund Margeson. 30. 34. Some of the information has been taken from the Wikipedia: The Mayflower reached Plymouth_Colony in Nov 1620. Constanta [or Constance] Hopkins, his daughter. Ellen More, a little girl that was put to this family. 5. ], [Two children by his (Stephen Hopkins')former Wife. December 1620. 39. Degory Priest --- Thomas Williams 28. Davis.]. "By a second Wife, hath 7 children: and both he and they are living Davis. ], 103. * Thomas English Ellis, a sailor. Yn witness whereof we have hereunder subscribed our names at Cap-Codd ye 11. of November, in ye year of ye raigne N.E., on 20th July 1704.] 4 children; 3 whereof are married. N.E., in 1621.—W. Francis Eaton --- James Chilton ], 45. "Is married, and hath [in 1650] 4 children." 11. They came from London: and I know not, by what friends, shuffled into their Company." 27. Davis.]. Mistress Elizabeth Hopkins. 44. Although no detailed description of the original vessel exists, marine archaeologists estimate that the square-rigged sailing ship weighed about 180 tons and measured 90 feet (27 metres) long. * Degory Priest, January 1 Gilbert Winslow. He was a hired man; but was reputed one of the Company [i.e. Oct. 5,1722 and April 22, 1723, and had, Descendants of William White, Mayflower Passenger. He was hanged in October 1630, for the murder of John Newcomen. Bartholomew Allerton, their son. and died there. Richard More's brother. "Himself married again with the daughter of Master Brewster; and hath 1 son descendants of John Wing, of Sandwich, or Eobert Wing, of Boston; the second contains the names of all who have been connected with the family by mar­ riage, and the third contains the names of all descend­ ants bearing other names than that of Wing. Lineage report for the White family This is a sub page of Mayflower Passengers. 42. In conjunction with the 400th anniversary of this historical event, FamilySearch, AmericanAncestors.org (New England Historic Genealogical Society) and the General Society of Mayflower Descendants (the Mayflower Society) announced on Sept. 16 that more than 113,000 Mayflower Society member applications and documented descendant family trees of passengers are … He came from London, see page 427. Davis. From 1609 to 1622 the ship was captained by Christopher Jones, who would lead the ship on its famous journey to the New World. 66. Richard Gardiner --- John Allerton * Alice Rigsdale He died, in the first sickness, in Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621. William Bradford III --- Joseph, b. He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621. Davis. * Joan (Hurst) Tilley Turner, his son. T. House of Mayflower, Heerhugowaard, Netherlands. 46. MARY, b. Dec. 17, 1659; prob. "He is married, and hath [in 1650] 4 or 5 children, // created at http://animoto.com Mayflower Ancestry. ____? His eldest son is still living [in 1650]; maar toch warm encomfortabel te noemen. 29. PRISCILLA, b. T. He came from London, see page 427. 24. The Mayflower left England on September 16, 1620 with 102 passengers plus crew, and after a grueling 66 day journey, the ship dropped anchor inside the hook tip of Cape Cod (Provincetown Harbor) on November 11 (dates in Old Style, Julian Calendar). JOHN, b. * son of John Turner 7. John Cooke, his son. * Mrs. James Chilton He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621. Elizabeth Tilley, their daughter. Governor John Carver. Massachusetts Genealogy Trails HOPESTILL, b. John Langemore, a Man-servant. 76. Turner, his son. Having lost himself in the woods, his foot became frozen; which put him into a fever, of which he died. ♦ Julia Child (1912-2004): American Chef. JOHN (uncertain). Source: The Story of the Pilgrim Fathers, 1606-1623 A. D.: As Told by Themselves, their Friends and Their Enemies" We are backed by two world-leading energy companies with deep experience and capability in working alongside communities and managing the complexities of offshore and onshore energy development projects. Francis Billington, their son. BENONI, b. Oct. 30, 1667. [He died at Eastham, N.E., T. Mistress ___? In the Hon. Mayflower, the ship that carried the Pilgrims from England to Plymouth, Massachusetts, in 1620. HANNAH, b. Oct. 15, 1662; m. Samuel Bartlett. He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, on 24 December/3 January 1620/1621. CELEBRITIES ♦ Countess Mercy Lavinia Warren Bump (1841-1919): Wife of Tom Thumb. * Mary (Prower) Martin 40. on 7/17 December 1620. He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621. [were] sent hither afterwards:she being Master [Isaac] Allerton's sister." T. T. afterwards. His Wife died the first winter: and he married [Susanna] the Widow of Master White; 60. 343, 344, 442. Remember Allerton, their daughter. She was the last survivor of 83. alles is bij elkaar te combineren, de stijl is rustig, strak. T. Davis.]. both dead. An estimated 35 million people can trace their ancestry to the Mayflower. 24. ELIZABETH, b. about 1677; m. John Seabury. JOHN, b. He died about sixteen years ago. N.E., in 1633.—W. 48. She died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, on 24 March/3 William Brewster Each issue is approximately 100 pages plus an annual every-name index in summer. RUTH, b. John Adams (and John Quincy Adams) Getty Images. John Alden. ZACHARIAH, b. --- ; m. Mehitabel Allen. and from thence to the Bahama Islands: and there, with some others, was starved to death. ELIZABETH, b.--- ; m. Edmund Chandler. 16. [He died on board the Mayflower, in Cape Cod harbour, on 8/18 December 1620.—W. Mayflower Descendant—a journal of Pilgrim genealogy and history—is one of the most highly respected scholarly journals in the field of genealogy.. at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621. [He Peter Brown --- Richard Britterige They had another daughter, that was married; who came afterwards. Davis. And he married the third; and had by her 3 children. Ancient Bible Reveals Additional Mayflower Descendants [Bartlett] Family of Nathan Bassett of Chatham; Identity of Elizabeth, Wife of Nathan Bassett of Harwich, Mass. T. married Thomas Cushman; and died at Plymouth, N.E., in 1699.—W. 17. 54. 1626, d. March 14, 1701-2; m. 1st, before 1659, Elizabeth --? ___? Mayflower (schip, 1609), een schip uit 1609 Mayflower Compact, een document dat de Pilgrim Fathers ondertekenden aan boord van het schip; Mayflower II (schip, 1956), een replica uit 1956 van het bovenstaande schip Mayflower (Arkansas), een plaats in Arkansas Mayflower Village, een plaats in Californië; Mayflower (stripreeks), een Belgische stripreeks van Jo … * another son of John Turner. Mayflower Descendants and Famous Kin. Edward Fuller --- John Turner SAMUEL, b. [He died at New Haven, N.E., in 1659.— W. T. died there, in the first sickness, before the Mayflower departed homewards on 5/15 April 1621. JOHN, b. [He died at Plymouth, N.E., in 2 He died at sea, in the West Indies, in 1655. Davis.]. 59. * Moses Fletcher Transcribed by K. Torp for Genealogy Trails] 9. March 29, 1672; m. Ephraim Thayer. Davis. He was the first Englishman born in New England. also other two seamen hired to stay a year in the country: 102. ; and died there, between 1666 John Howland, a Man-servant. He died on board the Mayflower, in Cape Cod harbour, on 4/14 December 1620. * Sarah Eaton 58. Sfeer, comfort, gezelligheid, maar ook rust en ruimte staan centraal in onze showroom. [He died at Duxbury, N.E., in 1656.—W. He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, on 21 February /3 March 1620/1621. Priscilla Mullins; their daughter, a child. [Source: wikipedia.org] * Thomas Tinker 24 Oct., 1654. [He died Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621. (c. 1620-1710) Blake-Haskell-Jones Families of Turner, Maine; Family of Thomas Bonney of Duxbury And their eldest daughter hath 4 children: and SARAH, b.--- ; m. John Drew. Chilton, his Wife. John Turner. VI --- Ruth, b. RUTH, b. Jan. 28, 1662-3; m. Peter Webb. T. Davis. He died a young man unmarried. the first sickness, at Plymouth, before the Mayflower departed homewards on 5/15 April 1621. Strakke kasten, loungebanken, stoere eiken tafels en maatwerk. their second daughter 1 : all living. George Sowle [or Soule], a Man-servant. ", 97. Master Hopkins and his Wife are now [in 1650] Mistress ___? T. ", 55. William Holbeck, a Manservant. List of descendant worksheets have been started for the following: John Alden Isaac Allerton William Bradford William Brewster Robert Fuller John Howland Myles Standish Edward Winslow Many, many more. and grandchildren." 8. 50. * Roger Wilder 70. T. [He died 43. 44. MS., folio 342. "Is still living [in 1650], and hath 9 children; and one daughter [of them] But they lived twenty years in this place [Plymouth]: and had 1 son (who became a seaman and died at His wife died soon after their arrival: and he married again, and hath [in 1650] LYDIA, b. April 3, 1667; m. Daniel Grinnell. JOSEPH, b. Sept. 1, 1685; m. Hannah --- ZACHARIAH, b. Feb. 18, 1673; m. Mary Viall. Er gingen 102 mensen aan boord, waarvan 41 pilgrims. Master Richard Warren. children came over afterwards; and are married, and have many children. John Alden Francis Cooke VII --- Zachariah, b. about 1641. "His Wife and children * Edward Thompson, December 4 19. His Wife and children were left behind; and came 2 children. [She died at Duxbury, N.E., Daniel Dunham; d. 1748, ae. Mr Davis, we have one of the most sure-footed of * Ann (Cooper) Tilley [She married Gregory Armstrong, in 1638.—W. John Rigdale. Richard More, a boy that was put to this family. He was the first that died after the Pilgrims arrived in New England. & preservation & furtherance of ye ends afordsaid; and by vertue hearof to enacte, constitute, and frame Mayflower Wind is a 50/50 joint venture between Shell and Ocean Winds. She died, in the first sickness, In September of 1620, 102 passengers — men, women, and children — and a crew of approximately 30 left England aboard the Mayflower.While nearly half of the passengers who arrived on the shores of Massachusetts died during the first winter, 26 Mayflower families are known to have left descendants. 11. T. Master William Mullins. She married John Howland. Moses Fletcher. The journal is published twice per year, in winter and summer. 26. Edward Leifter 2. Volunteers Dedicated to Free Genealogy 61. T. 55. Stephen Hopkins without duplication of ancestors, as follows, viz: JOHN ALDEN: ___?Tinker, their son. ----; m. Benjamin Snow. WILLIAM, b. Sept. 10, 1669; m. Mary Drury. She died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621. SARAH, b. Aug. 7, 1656; m. John Coe. He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621. "After he was at liberty [i.e. Henry Samson Richard More's brother. He had sons in England. MARY, b. Feb. 11, 1669-70; m. 1st, Christopher Webb; m. 2nd, William Copeland. The Mayflower crew. 39. Two of these Davis.]. 80. * Rose Standish, January 29 WILLIAM, b. is married, and hath a child. WILLIAM (MAYFLOWER)1 WHITE was born 10 November 1591 in England, and died 21 February 1620/21 in Plymouth Colony, MA. 1678; m. Elizabeth Eddy. [Note: Published 1921 under title: "The Mayflower passengers, their children 1627, d. Feb. 8, 1696-7; m. Mary, dau. 47. who dies in this harbour. in 1690.—W. Mistress Mary Allerton, his Wife. She died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621. 86. 61. Mayflower Genealogy Primary Sources Research Library Museums and Societies Bookstore and Gifts YouTube Channel Contact Me President John Quincy Adams → President John Adams → John Adams → Hannah Bass → Ruth Alden → JOHN ALDEN. 41. Richard Britteridge. Master Christopher Martin, the Treasurer. 90. He died at Plymouth, in April 1621. 25. and the one of them hath 2 children. Mayflower is a leading not-for-profit provider of residential aged care, home care and retirement living options with services in Brighton, Reservoir, Macleod and Pascoe Vale. Edward Doty Isaac Allerton T. -W. T. There were twenty-seven other Mayflower passengers from whom descent can be proved, but all of their descendants Isaac Allerton --- Myles Standish He died in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621. 92. John Cracston --- John Billington May 9, 1662; d. July 14, 1662. 10. ---; m. Hannah Briggs. 22. John Billington Samuel Fuller, the Deacon, and Surgeon. " Moses Fletcher --- John Goodman 52. Mary Chilton, their daughter. 3. In … "He married again: and hath 4 sons living [in 1650]; and some are dead." ", 96. 1620, John Carver --- William Bradford 73. 1. Alice Rigdale, his Wife. She "was sent for into England; and died there.". 34. 15. after 1680.—W. 13. We whose names are underwritten, the loyall subjects of our dread and soveraigne Lord, King James, by ye grace first sickness, on board the Mayflower, at Plymouth, on 8/18 January 1621. 4 [He was afterwards called Mann ; and died at Scituate, N.E., in 1656.—W. He died at Plymouth, N.E., on 9th May 1657, see p. 45. [He died at Plymouth, N.E., in 1628.—W. [She * John Turner [He died at Plymouth, N.E., in 1663.—W. JOSEPH, b. Dec. 5, 1665; m. 1st, Miss Belcher; m. 2nd, Lois Rogers. 99. . "After his Wife came over, with others of his children; he hath [had] 3, still living, by her: most meete & convenient for ye generall goode of ye Colonie, unto which we promise all due submission and obedience. 57. Humility Cooper, their cousin, a child. for two generations after the landing], * John Allerton Het schip werd gebouwd op een scheepswerf die toebehoorde aan de legendarische familie Darley. Includes ahnentafel (ancestor) charts, family group sheets, famous kin relationship charts, surname and name indexes, and more. Oceanus Hopkins, their son, an infant He was born on board the Mayflower, at sea. 57. ", 25. De leukste woonwinkel met een eigen basic huisstijl! 16. the Pilgrim Fathers]: but was to go back, being a seaman, for the help of the others behind. Francis Billington & Lincolnshire; Michael Blackwell of Sandwich, Mass. Sarah Eaton, his Wife. [in 1650] living, and one of them married." [He died at Plymouth, 29. [He died at Dartmouth, "But he had 5 daughters more, [who] came over with his Wife: who are all married, and living [in Christpher Martin --- William Mullins Source: Mayflower descendants and their marriages for two generations after the landing. 49. IX --- David, b. Edward Thompson, a Manservant. © 2020 MayflowerKin.com.All rights reserved. * Mary More (age 6) George Soule T. Thomas English, a sailor. * Christopher Martin, January 8 He had the following children: * Thomas Rogers 61. 37. MERCY, b. ], 67. We have given, between square brackets, from Mr Davis's book, the dates of the death of many of the Mayflower Master Stephen Hopkins. Desire Minter. Degory Priest Mistress Susanna White, his Wife. Jasper More, a boy that was put to this family. more." THOMAS, b.---; m. Hannah Bartlett d. y. [He died at Yarmouth, N.E., 37. ], 98. * Robert Carter, after February 21 He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621. 10. Edward Tilley --- John Tilley Originally Published 1921 under the title of: "The Mayflower Passengers, their Children and Grandchildren.". 1. I --- Elizabeth b. 81. in 1633.—W. He died in Cape Cod harbour, on 6/16 36. She was drowned from on board the Mayflower, in Cape Cod harbour, Davis. MARY, (was living in 1722). which came over after him, are dead:but have left sundry children alive. 100. m. 2nd, Susanna Winslow. PRISCILLA, b. Jan. 15,1653-4; m. Ichabod Wiswall. * John Langmore ELIZABETH, b. April 24, 1647; m. John Rogers. ANNA, b.--- ; m. Josiah Snell. As a member of GSMD, you can easily join one of the Family Societies we partner with and endorse. 17. 13. He died before his father was executed in October 1630. T. 22. Davis, formerly President of the Pilgrim Society there; and published at Boston, Massa., in 1883. 1679; m. Samuel Cheesebrough. Tilley, his Wife. Wrastle [or Wrestling] Brewster, their son. By his first Wife, he had 2 children:who are living [in 1650], and both of them married; 4. Ann Tilley, his Wife. MERCY, b. Jan. 2,1649; m. John Simmons. Francis Cooke. had served hit time], went Generation No. He died, in the first sickness, at James Chilton. She died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621. 14. ], All these died soon after their arrival, in the general 175 sickness that befel; and left no posterity here. "Is still [in 1650] living; and hath 8 children." 87. of Mistress Mary Brewster, his Wife. --- , 1674; m. Hannah White. "By his second wife, he had 2 more." HANNAH, b. June 22, 1667; d. 24 Oct, 1705; m. Joseph Adams; b. SARAH, b. Sept. 27, 1681; d. y. N.E., in 1680.—W. 65. 6. 45. [She married Moses Maverick; and died at Salem, N.E., after 1652.—W. [She married Jacob Cooke, of Plymouth, N.E. This Zachariah was probably a son of John Alden, although not positively Joseph Rogers, his son. James Chilton He married again; and his second Wife died. The Wing Family of America National Reunion 2020 June 12, 2020 – June 14, 2020 In light of the Covid19 pandemic, and out of an abundance of caution for the health and safety of the entire Wing Family, we have decided to cancel the WFA 2020 Reunion in Woodstock, IL. * John Tilley John Billington [Billinton] sen. * Dorothy (May) Bradford, December 7 Master William White. Moses Simmons, and had, 56. RUTH, b. June 27, 1658; m. Benjamin Bartlett. De showroom is 2000m2 groot en is ruim van opzet. Davis.]. March 1686; m. 1st, Jan. 17, 1718, Elizabeth (Arnold) Waterman; m. 2nd, prob. Mistress Rose Standish, his Wife. and have 11 children. 14. She afterwards married Governor Edward Winslow. Governor William Bradford. on 6/16 November 1620. He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621. He came from Billericay in Essex, see page 308. * Mrs. Edward Fuller T. William White --- Richard Warren * Elizabeth (Barker) Winslow, March 24, Children who died: 38. De Mayflower was een schip waarin een aantal Engelse kolonisten naar Amerika voer om daar een nieuw leven, vrij van religieuze vervolging, te beginnen. and last who died in December 1620. ], 26. ZACHARIAH, b. Master John Tilley [Tillie]. While the exact size of The Mayflower is unknown, it is believed it was a standard 180-ton merchant ship. De boot bleek echter niet zeevaardig en in 1620 koos een deel van hen ervoor om met de Mayflower naar Amerika te vertrekken. He was hired to the Master of a shallop at Plymouth. "Is married; and hath 6 children [in 1650]." and 1669.—W. Signed in Ye Cabin of Ye Mayflower aged. He died on board the Mayflower, in Plymouth harbour, on 21/31 December 1620. Francis Eaton PRISCILLA, b. Nov. 16, 1652; d. y. such just & equall lawes, ordinances, Acts, constitutions & offices from time to fime, as shall be thought House of Mayflower is een jong bedrijf met een bekwaam en enthousiast team dat garant staat voor service en kwaliteit. Dr. Samuel Fuller --- ; m. 1st, John Whalley; m. 2nd, Simon Willard. Martin, his Wife. at Duxbury, N.E., in 1687.—W. Love Brewster, their son. ____? William Butten, a Manservant. Family Societies are organizations run by Mayflower descendants with a focus on a particular Pilgrim family and its lineage. ]; where she is now [in 1650] living, well married, and approved of.". 77. Peregrine White, their son, an infant. Onze rustige, basic collectie biedt de ideale basis voor een sfeervol interieur. Was hired for a Cooper at Southampton, where the ship [the Mayflower] victualled: and, being After his Wife came over, he had 2 children by her; which John Allerton, a sailor. He however died, in 31. Book & Save more on our ground tour packages to China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Tokyo, Seoul, Vietnam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Thailand, USA, Europe & many more. Davis. The organisation has an enviable history of more than 50 years of providing responsive and innovative services that enhance independence, wellbeing and lifestyle. Mary Allerton, their daughter. T. (Phillips) Everill, d. 1695-6, and had, * William Mullins, February 21 3. John Hooke, a servant boy. T. Discovery (National Archives, London) C. P. WING. Other sources have been used as well, including the William Bradford's list. William White List of famous Mayflower descendants and their pedigree charts showing each individual line back to their Mayflower passenger ancestor. He married Elizabeth Tilley, the daughter of John Tilley. Davis.]. "He had a daughter "He, and some of his, had been often punished for miscarriages before ; being one of the profanest families Richard Warren are also descended from at least one passenger named in the foregoing list. proved, and in the settlement of John Alden's estate he does not appear. N.E., after 1650.—W. ", [He died at Plymouth, N.E., in 1644.—W. 5. Robert Carter, a Man-servant. T. * Thomas Williams, Women who died: * William Butten, November 6 (died at sea, the only passenger to die during the journey) There were 104 passengers, including men, women, and children, of whom 24 were heads of families. 64. She died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, on the 25 February /7 March John Goodman. 2. ], 95. Davis. ], 54. So their increase is 8." Resolved White, their son. By Edward Arber, Mayflower descendants and their marriages for two generations after Division of Land at Plymouth] T. The Mayflower departed Plymouth, England on 6/16 September 1620.The small, 100-foot ship had 102 passengers and a crew of about 30–40 in extremely cramped conditions. ], [Two more children, by his Wife Elizabeth.] "But [Cole?] 1644, d. Aug. 17, 1725, -; m. John Burrill. He "married twice. * Richard Britteridge, December 21 are [in 1650] living, and grown up in years. "Is also married, and hath a child [in 1650]." His Wife came over to him; by whom he had 2 sons before he died: and one of them is married, and hath He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621. Davis.]. ", 88. 1630. Een van de beroemdste schepen, de Mayflower (May Flower) werd bekend omdat hij de Pilgrim Fathers vanuit Plymouth (Engeland) naar de Cape Cod Bay (Massachusetts) in 1620 had getransporteerd. He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, on 1/11 January 1620/21. local antiquaries: and, with regard to the subjects upon which it treats, his masterly Work leaves nothing further He married; and hath [in 1650] 2 children. Davis.]. Kom gerust langs voor interieuradvies of voor maatwerk meubelen. Richard Clarke. This list has been derived from a number of sources. Here are just a few of the famous Americans with Mayflower passengers in their family trees. [See page 427.] Davis. GRANDCHILDREN A Maid-Servant. SARAH, b. 31. [She died at Marshfield, ____? * Mary (Norris) Allerton, February 25, reportedly in childbirth, baby was stillborn. Author: John Tannehill Landis; City of Publication: Baltimore : Publisher: Southern Book Co., Date: Henry Samson, their cousin, a child. Gilbert Winslow --- Emond Margesson He lived till this year 1650: and dying [at Duxbury], left 4 children now living. THE MAYFLOWER PASSENGERS He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621. Mistress Dorothy Bradford, his first Wife. Davis. to be desired. 36. T. She married at Plymouth; and died, a year or two after, there. 46. ], 63. thousand souls. [He died at Yarmouth, N.E., in 1655.—W. The Mayflower --- ; T. March 10, 1664; d. y. Ye Compacte Tijdens de religieuze repressie van koningin Elizabeth I van Engeland, er werden twee belangrijke sekten gevormd: de puriteinen en de separatisten. "Became a seaman; and died in England, or at sea. He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621. "Is married in England; but I know not how many children he hath. [She died at Plymouth, N.E., after 1640.—W. at Middleborough, N.E., in 1684." * Mrs. Thomas Tinker William T. died [at Duxbury] on 10/20 April 1644: having lived some 23 or 24 years here in the country. 30. glorie of God, and advancemente of ye Christian faith, and honour to our king and countrie, a voyage to plant ye JOHN, b. Nov. 20, 1660; d. y. He was born on board the Mayflower, in Cape Cod harbour, in December 19. Captain Miles Standish. 1620, d. Dec. 13, 1707, and had, --- ; m. Joseph Snow. --- ;m. Samuel Drew. * William White, February 21 Davis. SARAH, b.--- ; m. Thomas Southworth. Mayflower Genealogy Books. He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621. ], 82. Myles Standish "Is still living [in 1650]; and is married, and hath 7 children." Plymouth. Samuel Eaton, their son, a sucking child. He died, in the 59. ], 68. 1956 58. He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621. John Billington, jun., their son. Richard More's sister. 1 1. ; m. 2nd, April 1, 1660, Elizabeth HENRY, b. about 1671; m. Deborah (perhaps Streeter) Online Genealogical Resources. Davis. She died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621. 69 Thomas Rogers. ], 53. Peter Braown V --- Jonathan, b. There are an estimated 10 million living Americans and as many as 35 million people worldwide descended from the Pilgrims, according to the General Society of Mayflower Descendants. 52. 1676; m. Hannah Doty. in 1678.—W. He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621. Davis. 79. ], 49. those who left England in the Mayflower]. ____? He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621. 21. The first ELIZABETH, b. NATHAN, b. Oct. 17, 1677; d. y. Anno Dominie 1620 Solomon Prower, a Man-servant. 72. 20. Mayflower (1620) Fortune (1621) Anne and Little James (1623) Famous Mayflower Descendants. We must now introduce a most admirable Work to our Readers, Ancient Landmarks of Plymouth by the Hon. Davis.]. The rest of Thomas Rogers's "After divers years' abode here; he returned into England, Carlisle, Pa., May 4,1881. Thomas Williams. BENJAMIN, b.-- ; m. Hannah Brewster. Bradford April 1621. Edward Winslow de meeste mensen die onze winkel binnen stappen slaken een zucht van verlichting. George Soule --- Richard Clark DEATH RECORDS OF THE MAYFLOWER PILGRIMS Many descendants become involved with one or more Family Societies in addition to being a member of GSMD. 20. De woonwinkel met een eigen huisstijl! ANDREW, b.--- ;m. Lydia Stanford. Elias Story, a Man-servant. T. Davis.]. 89. Master Edward Tilley [Tillie]. About eighty years he was, when he [in 1650]." document.write(cy). Leiden Archives. living." after 1650.—W. "Is married, and hath 8 children [in 1650]." 23. 1632-3, d. Feb. 14, 1697; m. 10 Dec. 1672, Abigail Hallett, b. [She married John Winslow (Gov. have children. 4. "Hohn Alden married with Priscilla, Master Mullins his daughter." welkom bij house of mayflower, de woonwinkel met een eigen basic huisstijl. ---, 1670; m. Hepzibah Mountjoy. Master William Brewster, the Ruling Elder. There are numerous lists of the Mayflower passengers available on the web. - [reported dead in Bradford's 1650 list but appears to have been alive for 1623 1643, d. before Oct. 24, 1699; m., 1667, Thomas Delano, b. ), 50. 56. [He died at Salem, N.E., * William Holbeck eÉn stijl in een showroom van 2000m2. * John Hooke (age 14) 32. * Ellen More (age 8) SAMUEL, b. about 1689; m. Sarah Sprague. 18. "Married with John Alden: who are both [in 1650] living, He died on board the Mayflower at sea; "near the coast" of New England, He married, "and hath [in 1650] 5 children." Among many thousands 2nd U.S. President and Signer of the Declaration of Independence, 2nd Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Alden — Line 1, 3rd Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Alden — Line 1, Son of Mayflower passenger John Alden — Line 1, 6th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Isaac Allerton — Line 1, 5th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Peter Brown — Line 1, 6th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Francis Eaton — Line 1, 7th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Degory Priest — Line 1, 7th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Howland — Line 1, 8th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Howland — Line 2, 8th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Howland — Line 3, 8th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Howland — Line 4, 8th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Howland — Line 5, 9th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Howland — Line 6, 9th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger William Bradford — Line 1, 10th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Howland — Line 1, 10th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Howland — Line 2, 10th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Howland — Line 3, 10th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Howland — Line 4, 6th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger William Bradford — Line 1, 12th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger William Brewster — Line 1, 12th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger William Brewster — Line 2, 10th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger John Howland — Line 1, 9th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Alden — Line 1, 9th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Edward Doty — Line 1, 8th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger William White — Line 1, 11th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Howland — Line 2, 12th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Howland — Line 3, 10th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger William Brewster — Line 1, 11th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger William Brewster — Line 2, 11th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger James Chilton — Line 1, 9th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Edward Doty — Line 1, 10th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Edward Doty — Line 2, 10th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Thomas Rogers — Line 1, 10th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Richard Warren — Line 1, 10th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Richard Warren — Line 2, 11th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger William White — Line 1, 8th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger William Brewster — Line 1, 8th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger William Brewster — Line 2, 10th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger John Alden — Line 1, 9th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger William Brewster — Line 1, 12th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Francis Cooke — Line 1, 11th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Richard Warren — Line 1, 11th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Richard Warren — Line 2, 12th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Richard Warren — Line 3, 10th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Alden — Line 1, 11th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Alden — Line 1, 6th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Francis Cooke — Line 1, 4th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Alden — Line 1, 5th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Francis Cooke — Line 1, 6th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Francis Cooke — Line 2, 9th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Francis Cooke — Line 1, 9th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Henry Samson — Line 1, 10th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Francis Cooke — Line 1, 10th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Henry Samson — Line 1, 6th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger William Brewster — Line 1, 7th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger William Brewster — Line 1, 8th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Henry Samson — Line 1, 11th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Francis Cooke — Line 1, 12th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Howland — Line 1, 11th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Richard Warren — Line 1, 11th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Howland — Line 1, 11th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Samuel Fuller — Line 1, 11th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Francis Cooke — Line 1, 8th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Edward Fuller — Line 1, 8th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Richard Warren — Line 1, 10th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Richard Warren — Line 1, 10th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Edward Winslow — Line 1, 9th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Howland — Line 1, 10th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger William White — Line 1, 11th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger William Brewster — Line 1, 8th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger John Alden — Line 1, 8th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger William Bradford — Line 1, 9th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Francis Cooke — Line 1, 9th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Francis Cooke — Line 2, 10th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Francis Cooke — Line 3, 9th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Thomas Rogers — Line 1, 8th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Richard Warren — Line 1, 7th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Alden — Line 1, 8th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Alden — Line 2, 7th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Samuel Fuller — Line 1, 6th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Howland — Line 1, 7th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Howland — Line 2, 9th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Edward Fuller — Line 1, 10th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Edward Fuller — Line 2, 10th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Edward Fuller — Line 3, 7th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Edward Doty — Line 1, 7th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Richard Warren — Line 1, 12th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger William Brewster — Line 1, 10th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Peter Brown — Line 1, 9th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger William Brewster — Line 1, 6th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Richard Warren — Line 1, 6th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Richard Warren — Line 2, 5th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger William White — Line 1, Murderer in Erik Larson's “Thunderstruck”, 7th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Edward Fuller — Line 1, 7th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Edward Fuller — Line 2, 8th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Edward Fuller — Line 3, 8th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Edward Fuller — Line 4, 8th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Edward Fuller — Line 5, 9th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger William Brewster — Line 2, 9th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger William Brewster — Line 3, 10th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger William Brewster — Line 1, 7th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Francis Cooke — Line 1, 7th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Stephen Hopkins — Line 1, 7th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Stephen Hopkins — Line 2, 7th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger William Bradford — Line 1, 7th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Richard Warren — Line 2, 10th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger James Chilton — Line 1, 11th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Stephen Hopkins — Line 1, 11th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger John Alden — Line 1, 11th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger William Brewster — Line 1, 8th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Howland — Line 1, 9th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Richard Warren — Line 1, 6th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Alden — Line 1, 6th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Alden — Line 2, 7th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Alden — Line 2, 10th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger John Howland — Line 2, Co-Founder of General Motors and Founder of Frigidaire, 8th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Francis Cooke — Line 1, 8th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Richard Warren — Line 2, 7th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger William White — Line 1, 8th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Edward Fuller — Line 1, 9th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Edward Fuller — Line 2, 10th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger William Bradford — Line 1, 10th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Thomas Rogers — Line 1, First Lady of President Dwight Eisenhower, 8th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger William Brewster — Line 1, 5th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Howland — Line 1, 10th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger William Bradford — Line 1, 10th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Francis Cooke — Line 1, 10th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Isaac Allerton — Line 1, 9th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Peter Brown — Line 1, 10th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Francis Eaton — Line 1, 11th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Degory Priest — Line 1, 9th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Richard Warren — Line 1, Founder of Folger Shakespeare Library and Chairman of Standard Oil, 7th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Richard Warren — Line 1, 9th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger William Bradford — Line 1, 9th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger James Chilton — Line 1, 10th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger James Chilton — Line 1, 8th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger William Bradford — Line 1, 9th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger John Alden — Line 1, 8th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Edward Fuller — Line 2, 6th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Billington — Line 1, 6th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger James Chilton — Line 1, 10th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Billington — Line 1, 9th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Francis Cooke — Line 2, 9th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Francis Eaton — Line 1, 9th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Samuel Fuller — Line 1, 9th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Stephen Hopkins — Line 1, 10th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Degory Priest — Line 1, 9th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger George Soule — Line 1, 10th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Richard Warren — Line 2, 10th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Stephen Hopkins — Line 1, 11th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Thomas Rogers — Line 1, 4th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger James Chilton — Line 1, 3rd Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Howland — Line 1, 10th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Francis Cooke — Line 2, 10th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Degory Priest — Line 1, 5th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Richard Warren — Line 1, 11th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger William Bradford — Line 1, 11th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Stephen Hopkins — Line 1, 9th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger James Chilton — Line 2, 8th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Richard Warren — Line 3, 8th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Richard Warren — Line 4, 8th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Richard Warren — Line 5, 9th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger William White — Line 1, 11th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger William Brewster — Line 2, 12th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Stephen Hopkins — Line 1, 8th Earl of CarnarvonOwner, Highclere Castle (aka Downton Abbey), 11th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Richard Warren — Line 2, 11th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Richard Warren — Line 3, 11th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Richard Warren — Line 4, 9th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger John Howland — Line 1, 9th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger John Alden — Line 2, 10th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Francis Cooke — Line 2, 10th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Edward Fuller — Line 1, 11th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger John Howland — Line 1, 9th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Thomas Rogers — Line 1, 12th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Stephen Hopkins — Line 1, 9th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Billington — Line 1, 5th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Alden — Line 1, 5th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Alden — Line 2, 4th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Henry Samson — Line 1, 8th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger James Chilton — Line 1, 8th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Stephen Hopkins — Line 3, 12th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger James Chilton — Line 1, 10th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Stephen Hopkins — Line 1, 11th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger John Howland — Line 2, 10th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Henry Samson — Line 2, 9th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Myles Standish — Line 1, 5th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger William Brewster — Line 1, 5th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger William Brewster — Line 2, 8th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Alden — Line 1, 4th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger William Bradford — Line 1, 5th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Stephen Hopkins — Line 1, 5th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger George Soule — Line 1, 6th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Francis Cooke — Line 1, Signer of the Declaration of Independence, 3rd Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Stephen Hopkins — Line 1, 11th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger John Howland — Line 3, 4th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger George Soule — Line 1, 6th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Alden — Line 3, 6th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Thomas Rogers — Line 1, 6th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Richard Warren — Line 3, 6th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Richard Warren — Line 4, 7th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger John Alden — Line 1, 7th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger George Soule — Line 1, 11th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Stephen Hopkins — Line 2, 10th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Stephen Hopkins — Line 2, 10th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger James Chilton — Line 2, 12th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger James Chilton — Line 1, 9th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Myles Standish — Line 1, 4th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Edward Doty — Line 1, 9th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Stephen Hopkins — Line 2, 9th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Stephen Hopkins — Line 3, 5th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger George Soule — Line 2, First Wife of President Theodore Roosevelt, 7th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Francis Cooke — Line 1, 7th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Francis Cooke — Line 2, 7th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger John Howland — Line 1, 7th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Richard Warren — Line 2, First Lady of President Theodore Roosevelt, 8th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Francis Cooke — Line 2, 8th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Richard Warren — Line 6, 1893 Chicago Columbian Exposition Architect, 12th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Billington — Line 1, 7th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger James Chilton — Line 1, 3rd Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger John Alden — Line 1, 2nd Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger William Bradford — Line 1, 3rd Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Myles Standish — Line 1, 3rd Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger William Brewster — Line 1, 9th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Isaac Allerton — Line 1, U.S. Civil War leader of film “Glory” fame, 10th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger William White — Line 1, 11th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Degory Priest — Line 1, 5th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Edward Fuller — Line 1, 6th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Edward Fuller — Line 2, American Pediatrician and Author on Child Care, First woman executed for murder in U.S. by non-British government, 2nd Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger John Howland — Line 1, First Graduate of West Point Military Academy, 4th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Richard Warren — Line 1, 11th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger John Billington — Line 1, 11th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger William White — Line 2, 3rd Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Isaac Allerton — Line 1, 4th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger William Brewster — Line 1, 6th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Stephen Hopkins — Line 1, 10th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Thomas Rogers — Line 2, 10th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Degory Priest — Line 2, 6th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger John Billington — Line 1, 5th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Edward Doty — Line 1, 6th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Stephen Hopkins — Line 1, 6th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Richard Warren — Line 1, Co-founder of General Mills and 11th Governor of Wisconsin, 3rd Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger William Bradford — Line 1, 8th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Edward Doty — Line 1, 9th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Francis Eaton — Line 1, 10th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Francis Cooke — Line 3, 11th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Francis Cooke — Line 4, 8th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Edward Doty — Line 1, 8th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Edward Doty — Line 2, 9th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Howland — Line 2, 7th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Isaac Allerton — Line 1, 11th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger William Bradford — Line 2, 11th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger Stephen Hopkins — Line 2, 9th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger Isaac Allerton — Line 1, 4th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Howland — Line 1, 5th Great-grandson of Mayflower passenger John Howland — Line 2, 9th Great-granddaughter of Mayflower passenger James Chilton — Line 1.