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Mayflower Passenger List

 

 

 

Mayflower Passenger List

 

(note - those with known descendants living today are highlighted)

 

ALDEN, John

Mayflower cooper, Stranger. 7th signer of Compact

b. England, about 1599. Prob. from Harwich, Essex

m. probably 1622/3 to Priscilla Mullins [who also came on the Mayflower]

d. Duxbury, MA, 1687

ALLERTON, Isaac

Tailor, merchant, undertaker, Purchaser, Saint. 5th signer of Compact

b. England, ca.1586

m. (1) Leiden, Holland, 4 Nov 1611 Mary Norris [who also came on the Mayflower]. d. Plymouth 25 Feb 1620/1. Five children.

m. (2) Plymouth, ca. 1626 Fear Brewster [dau. of Wm. & Mary Brewster of the Mayflower], d. Plymouth bef. 12 Dec. 1634. Two children

m. (3) prob. New Haven, CT., bef. 17 Feb. 1644/5 Joanna Swinnerton, living at New Haven, CT 19 May 1684.

d. New Haven, CT bet 1 Feb 1658/9 and 12 Feb 1658/9

Primary Source: Mayflower Families (published by the General Society of Mayflower Descendants), Volume Seventeen, ISAAC ALLERTON - Compiled by Robert S. Wakefield, FASG and Margaret Harris Stover, 1998

ALLERTON, Mary [Norris]

wife of Isaac Allerton

b. ca. of Newbury, Berkshire, England

d. 25 Feb 1620/1 at Plymouth

Primary Source: Mayflower Families (published by the General Society of Mayflower Descendants), Volume Seventeen, ISAAC ALLERTON - Compiled by Robert S. Wakefield, FASG and Margaret Harris Stover, 1998

ALLERTON, Bartholomew

son of Isaac and Mary [Norris] Allerton

b. Leiden, Holland, ca. 1612. Returned to England where he married twice

m. (1) prob. Suffolk, England, Margaret (Maiden name unknown); Three children.

m. (2) Sarah Fairfax, probably Rumbough, Suffolk, England; One child.

d. prob. Bramfield Co., Suffolk, England between 15 Oct 1658 and 19 Feb 1658/9

ALLERTON, Remember

daughter of Isaac and Mary [Norris] Allerton

b. Leiden, Holland, ca. 1614

m. before 6 May 1635 Moses Maverick, bapt. Huish, Devon Co., England, 3 Nov 1611; d. Marblehead, MA, 28 Jan 1685/6]; children: seven

d. between 12 Sep 1652 and 22 Oct 1656

ALLERTON, Mary

daughter of Isaac and Mary [Norris] Allerton

bapt. Leiden, Holland, June 1616

m. Plymouth, MA, ca. 1636 Thomas Cushman who came on the Fortune, bapt. Canterbury, Kent, England, 8 Feb. 1607/8; d. Plymouth 10 or 11 Dec 1691]; Eight children.

d. Plymouth, MA, 28 Nov 1699. [The last survivor of those who came on the Mayflower]

ALLERTON/ALDERTON, John

hired seaman. 38th signer of Compact

b. information unknown

m. Unknown; children: Unknown

d. Plymouth 1621 before the Mayflower returned to England

BILLINGTON, John

b. perhaps Lincolnshire, England, ca. 1590. Stranger. 26th signer of Compact

m. England by 1604 Elinor/Ellen (maiden name unknown); Two children [both on Mayflower]

d. Plymouth Sept 1630. (Hanged for murder)

BILLINGTON, Elinor/Ellen

b. perhaps Lincolnshire, England, ca. 1580. Wife of John Billington

m. (2) bet. 14 and 21 Sep 1638 Gregory Armstrong, d. Plymouth 5 Nov 1650

d. aft. 2 Mar 1642/3

BILLINGTON, John

b. possibly Lincolnshire, England, ca.1604. Son of John and Elinor Billington

m. Unmarried.

d. bet. 22 May 1627 and Sept 1630

BILLINGTON, Francis

b. possibly Lincolnshire, England, ca. 1606-1609. Son of John and Elinor Billington

m. Plymouth July 1634 Christian (Penn) Eaton; b. England ca. 1607; d. Middleboro 1684

children: nine

d. Middleboro 3 Dec 1684

BRADFORD, William

bapt. Austerfield, Yorkshire, England, 19 Mar 1589/90. Fustian maker. Saint. 2nd signer of Compact

m. (1) Amsterdam, Holland, 10 Dec 1613 Dorothy May [who came on the Mayflower]; children: one

m. (2) Plymouth 14 Aug 1623 Alice (Carpenter) Southworth, bapt. Wrington, Somerset, England, 3 Aug 1590; d. Plymouth 26 or27 Mar 1670; she m. (1) Leiden, Holland, 28 May 1613 Edward Southworh by whom she had sons Constant and Thomas]; children: three

d. Plymouth 9 May 1657

BRADFORD, Dorothy (May)

b. ca. 1597 Wisbech, Cambridge. Wife of William Bradford

d. 7 Dec 1620. Drowned at Cape Cod by falling off ship

BREWSTER, William

born probably Doncaster, Yorkshire, England, circa 1566/7. Saint. Teacher/printer. 4th signer of Compact

m. England cbefore 1593 Mary (maiden name unknown) [who came on the Mayflower]

d. Plymouth, Mass. 10 April 1644, about 9 or 10 o'clock that evening.

BREWSTER, Mary

b. probably England circa 1568/9. Wife of William Brewster

d. Plymouth, 17 Apr 1627

BREWSTER, Love

b. Leiden, Holland, 1611. Son of William and Mary Brewster. Freeman, farmer, served in Pequot War, served in Standish's Duxbury Company, juryman, proprietor of Duxbury

m. Duxbury 15 May 1634 Sarah Collier; b. ca. 1616; d. Plymouth 26 Apr 1691

d. Duxbury bef. 31 Jan 1650

BREWSTER, Wrestling

b. Leiden, Holland, 1614. Son of William and Mary Brewster.

m. Died unmarried.

d. 1635.

BRITTERIDGE, Richard

b. information unknown. Stranger. 34th signer of Compact

m. Unknown

d. Plymouth 1620. Died soon after landing

BROWNE, Peter

b. England bef.1600, Great Burstead, Essex. Stranger. 33rd signer of the Compact

m. (1) Plymouth ca. 1624 Martha (maiden name unknown) Ford [who came on the Fortune]; b. prob. England; d. Plymouth bet. 1628 and 1630; Two children

m. (2) Plymouth ca. 1630 Mary (maiden name unknown), d. prob. bef. 27 Oct. 1647; Two children

d. Plymouth bet 25 March 1633 and 28 October 1633

Primary Source: Mayflower Families (published by the General Society of Mayflower Descendants), Volume Seven, PETER BROWN by Robert S. Wakefield, FASG, 1992

BUTTEN, William

b. 1598, Austerfield, Yorkshire. Servant to Samuel Fuller

m. Unknown

d. 1620. Died at sea just before arrival at Cape Cod

CARTER, Robert

b. information unknown, London? Servant to William Mullins. Did not sign the Compact

m. Unknown

d. Plymouth 1620/21. Died first winter

CARVER, John

b. Doncaster, England, 1565. Merchant. Saint. 1st signer of the Compact

m. information unknown. Katherine (maiden name unknown) [who came on the Mayflower]; children: none known

d. Plymouth 1621. Died in Spring

CARVER, Katherine (Leggett) (White)

b. 1580. wife of John Carver

d. Plymouth 1621. Died soon after John

CHILTON, James

b. prob. Canterbury, Kent, England, before 1556. Tailor. Saint. Lived in Leiden. 24th signer of Compact [Oldest passenger on the Mayflower]

m. England bef. 1587, once thought to be Susanna Furner (dau. of his step-mother) [who came on the Mayflower], but recent research has proven this wrong; Ten children

d. 18 Dec 1620 aboard the Mayflower in Cape Cod Harbor after arrival

Primary Source: Mayflower Families (published by the General Society of Mayflower Descendants), Volume Fifteen, JAMES CHILTON 1997

CHILTON, Susanna (maiden name unknown)

b. information unknown. Wife of James Chilton

d. Plymouth shortly after 11 Jan 1620/21, the first winter

Primary Source: Mayflower Families (published by the General Society of Mayflower Descendants), Volume Fifteen, JAMES CHILTON 1997

CHILTON, Mary

bapt. St. Peter's Parish, Sanndwich, Kent, England, ca. 1605. Daughter of James and Susanna Chilton

m. Plymouth bet. July 1623 and 22 May 1627 John Winslow [b. Droitwich Worcestershire, England, 16 Apr 1597; d. Boston bef. 21 May 1674]; children: ten

d. Boston bef. 1 May 1675

CLARKE, Richard

b.information unknown, London? Stranger. 36th signer of Compact

m. Unknown

d. Plymouth 1621. Died first winter

COOKE, Francis

b. probably England, aft. August 1582. Woolcomber. Purchaser. Saint. 17th signer of Compact

m. Leiden, Holland 4 Jul 1603 Hester Mahieu (not on Mayflower) [d. aft. 8 Jun 1666]; Seven children

d. Plymouth 7 Apr 1663

Primary Source: Mayflower Families (published by the General Society of Mayflower Descendants), Volume Twelve, FRANCIS COOKE by Ralph Van Wood, Jr., 1996

COOKE, John

bapt. Leiden, Holland, Jan/Mar 1607. Son of Francis and Hester Cooke

m. Plymouth 28 Mar 1634 Sarah Warren dau. of Richard Warren of the Mayflower [b. England; d. aft. 7 Dec 1696]; Five children.

d. Dartmouth 23 Nov 1695

COOPER, Humility

b. 1612, London?. With Edward Tilley. Stranger

m. Unknown

d. information unknown. Returned to England

CRACKSTON, John

b. information unknown, Colchester. Saint. 25th signer of Compact

m. information unknown; children: one known

d. 1621, first winter

CRACKSTON, John, Jr.

b. information unknown. Son of John, Sr.

m. information unknown; children: left heirs

d. 1628. Died of gangrene

DOTY, Edward

b. bef. 1600. prob. England. Servant to Stephen Hopkins. 40th signer of Compact. [Duel with Edward Leister]

m. (1) information unknown

m. (2) Plymouth 6 Jan 1634/5 Faith Clarke who came on the ship Francis with her father , b. prob. England ca. 1619; bur. Marshfield 21 Dec 1675; Nine children

d. Plymouth, 23 August 1655

Primary Source: Mayflower Families (published by the General Society of Mayflower Descendants), Volume Eleven, EDWARD DOTY by Peter B. Hill, 1996

EATON, Francis

b. England. Carpenter/shipwright, Purchaser. Stranger. 23rd signer of Compact

m. (1) England Sarah (maiden name unknown) [who came on the Mayflower], b. England; d. Plymouth early in 1621; One child

m. (2) in Plymouth, a woman known only as Mrs. Carver's maid [d. Plymouth ca. 1624]

m. (3) in Plymouth 1624/5 Christian Penn who came on the Anne [d. Middleboro ca. 1684]; Three children

d. bet. 25 Oct and 8 Nov 1633

Primary Source: Mayflower Families (published by the General Society of Mayflower Descendants), Volume Nine, FRANCIS EATON originally by Lee D. vanAntwerp, M.D., C.G., revised by Robert S. Wakefield, FASG, 1996

EATON, Sarah

b. in England. Wife of Francis Eaton

d. in Plymouth in early 1621, first winter

Primary Source: Mayflower Families (published by the General Society of Mayflower Descendants), Volume Nine, FRANCIS EATON originally by Lee D. vanAntwerp, M.D., C.G., revised by Robert S. Wakefield, FASG, 1996

EATON, Samuel

b. in England, 1620, Son of Francis Eaton

m. (1) bef. 10 Mar 1646 Elizabeth (maiden name unknown), d. after 5 Oct 1652, but bef. 1661

m. (2) in Plymouth 10 Jan 1660/1 Martha Billington, d. after 9 Jun 1704 prob. CT

d. before 29 October 1684 at Middleboro, Massachusetts

Primary Source: Mayflower Families (published by the General Society of Mayflower Descendants), Volume Nine, FRANCIS EATON originally by Lee D. vanAntwerp, M.D., C.G., revised by Robert S. Wakefield, FASG, 1996

ELLIS/ELY

First name unknown

b. information unknown. Sailor. Hired for one year. Did not sign Compact

m. Unknown

d. 1621, first winter

ENGLISH, Thomas

b. information unknown. Mariner. Hired for one year. 39th signer of Compact

m. Unknown.

d. 1621, first winter

FLETCHER, Moses

b. information unknown. Sandwich, Kent Blacksmith. Saint. 27th signer of Compact

m. Unknown

d. 1621, first winter

FULLER, Edward

baptised in Redenhall, Norfolk County, England, 4 Sep 1575. [brother of Samuel Fuller] . Stranger. 21st signer of Compact.

m. prob. England. His wife's maiden name is unknown; she came on the Mayflower]; Two children. [Only son Samuel came on the Mayflower]

d. shortly after 11 Jan 1620/21

Primary Source: Mayflower Families (published by the General Society of Mayflower Descendants), Volume Four, Second Edition, EDWARD FULLER by Bruce Campbell MacGunnigle, 1995

FULLER, "Mrs. Edward"

b. information unknown. Wife of Edward Fuller [who came on the Mayflower]

d. shortly aft. 11 Jan 1621

Primary Source: Mayflower Families (published by the General Society of Mayflower Descendants), Volume Four, Second Edition, EDWARD FULLER by Bruce Campbell MacGunnigle, 1995

FULLER, Samuel

b. prob. England ca. 1608 Son of Edward Fuller

m. Scituate 8 Apr 1635 Jane Lothrop, bapt. Edgerton, Kent, England, 29 Sep 1614; d. bef. her husband, Samuel

d. Barnstable 31 Oct 1683

Primary Source: Mayflower Families (published by the General Society of Mayflower Descendants), Volume Four, Second Edition, EDWARD FULLER by Bruce Campbell MacGunnigle, 1995

FULLER, Samuel

bapt. parish of Redenhall, Harleston, Norfolk. Sayworker, Purchaser, physician [no schooling documented], deacon in Leiden church. 8th signer of the Compact

m. (1) Alice Glascock, d. before 1613

m. (2) Leiden, Holland, 24 Apr 1613 Alice Carpenter, bapt. Wrington, England, 16 Dec 1593; d. Leiden, Holland, 1615

m. (3) Leiden, Holland, 27 May 1617 Bridget Lee [who came on the Anne]; d. 1664; Four children

d. Plymouth bet. 9 Aug and 26 Sep 1633

GARDINER, Richard

b. 1600, Harwich, Essex Mariner. Stranger. 37th signer of the Compact

m. Unknown

d. 1621, first winter

GOODMAN, John

b. ca. 1595. Linen weaver. Saint. 28th signer of the Compact

m. Unknown

d. 1621, first winter

HOLBECK, William

b. information unknown. Servant to William White. Did not sign the Compact

m. Unknown

d. 1621, first winter

HOOKE, John

b. information unknown. Servant to Allerton. Probably too young to sign the Compact

m. Unknown

d. 1621, first winter

HOPKINS, Stephen

bapt. poss. Wortley, parish of Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire, England, 29 Oct 1581 Stranger. Tanner, leathermaker, merchant Adventurer. 14th signer of the Compact

m. (1) Mary (maiden name unknown), bef. 1604, probably in Hampshire, England. NOTE: He did not marry Constance Dudley, a claim disproven by Caleb Johnson's article in July 1998 issue of The American Genealogist, 73:161:171

children: three

m. (2) Whitechapel, London, England, 19 Feb 1617/8 Elizabeth Fisher [who came on the Mayflower]; children: seven

d. Plymouth bet. 6 Jun and 17 Jul 1644

HOPKINS, Elizabeth (Fisher)

b. information unknown. Wife of Stephen Hopkins

d. Plymouth aft. 4 Feb 1638/9

HOPKINS, Constance

b. 11 May 1606, Hursley, Hampshire, England, daughter of Stephen Hopkins by his first wife

m. prob. Plymouth 22 May 1627, Nicholas Snow who came on the Ann, d. Eastham 15 Nov 1676

d. mid-October,1677, Eastham, MA

HOPKINS, Giles

b. 30 Jan 1607/8, Hursley, Hampshire, England, son of Stephen Hopkins by his first wife

m. information unknown

d. Eastham bet 5 Mar 1688/9 and 16 Apr 1690

HOPKINS, Damaris

b. England, 1618/19

m. prob. died young

d. alive in 1627 but probably the daughter Bradford reported to have "dyed here"

HOPKINS, Oceanus

b. Aboard Mayflower bet. 16 Sep and 11 Nov 1620. Son by Elizabeth

m. Unmarried. Died young

d. bef. 22 May 1627 and prob. bef. 1623

HOWLAND, John

b. Fenstanton, England [about 9 mi. north of Cambridge], ca. 1592. A ˘hired hand÷ on Mayflower who lived with John and Katherine Carver. 13th signer of the Compact

m. Plymouth 1623 Elizabeth Tilley [who came on the Mayflower; see TILLEY]; children: ten

d. Rocky Nook, Kingston 23 Feb 1672

LANGEMORE, John

b. information unknown, London. Servant to Christopher Martin. Poss. too young to sign the Compact

m. Unknown

d. 1620/21, first winter

LATHAM, William

b. information unknown. Servant to John Carver. A lad too young to sign the Compact

m. Unknown

d. 1645. Returned to England. Later emigrated to the Bahamas.

LEISTER, Edward

b. 1600, London? Servant to Stephen Hopkins. 41st signer of Compact

m. Unknown

d. information unknown. Removed to Virginia

MARGESON, Edward

b. information unknown. Stranger. 32nd signer of the Compact

m. Unknown

d. 1621, first winter

MARTIN, Christopher

b. 1575, Great Burstead, Essex. Stranger. Governor of Mayflower. 9th signer of Compact

m. information unknown, Marie Prower [who came on the Mayflower]

d. 1621, first winter

MARTIN, Marie (Prower)

b. information unknown. Wife of Christopher Martin

d. 1620/21, first winter

MINTER, Desire

b. ca. 1605. Dau. of William and Sarah Minter, Separatists of Leiden, Holland. With John and Katherine Carver

m. Unknown

d. information unknown. Returned to England 1625

MORE, Elinor/Ellen

bapt. Shipton, Shropshire, England, 1612. Orphan put to Edward Winslow

Unmarried

d. 1621, first winter

MORE, Jasper

bapt. Shipton, Shropshire, England, 1613. Orphan put to John Carver

d. 6 Dec 1621. Died first winter

MORE, Richard

bapt. Shipton, Shropshire, England, 1614. Orphan put to William Brewster. Too young to sign the Compact. Mariner, royal descent, gentry

m. (1) Plymouth 1636 Christian Hunt (or Hunter); b. England ca. 1615; d. in Salem 18 March 1676; Seven children

m. (2) in Salem 1676/86 Jane (maiden name unknown) Crumpton [b. ca. 1631; d. in Salem 1686]; No children

d. between 19 March 1693/4 and 20 April 1696, Salem, Massachusetts

Primary Source: Mayflower Families (published by the General Society of Mayflower Descendants), Volume Two, JAMES CHILTON by Robert M. Sherman, 1978

MORE, Mary/Maria

bapt. in Shipton, Shropshire, England, 1616. Orphan.

d. 1621, first winter

MULLINS, William

b. prob. ca. 1572, poss. Dorking, Surrey. Shopkeeper, Adventurers' Company. Stranger

10th signer of the Compact

m. prob. England. Alice (maiden name unknown); At least three children

d. 1620, first winter

MULLINS, Alice

b. information unknown. Wife of William Mullins

d. 1620/21, first winter

MULLINS, Priscilla

b. England 1600-1605. Daughter of William and Alice Mullins

m. Married John Alden prob. ca. 1623 in Plymouth

d. prob. Duxbury after 1650

MULLINS, Joseph

b. England 1614. Son of William and Alice Mullins

d. 1621, first winter

PRIEST, Degory

b. in England ca. 1579. Hatter. Saint. 29th signer of Compact

m. in Leiden, Holland, 4 Nov 1611 Sarah (Allerton) Vincent d. Plymouth bef. 24 Oct 1633; [sister of Isaac Allerton of the Mayflower]; Two children

d. Plymouth 1 Jan 1620/1, first winter

Primary Source: Mayflower Families (published by the General Society of Mayflower Descendants), Volume Eight, DEGORY PRIEST compiled by Mrs. Charles Delmar Townsend, Robert S. Wakefield, FASG, Margaret Harris Stover, CG; edited by Robert S. Wakefield, FASG, 1994

PROWER, Solomon

b. information unknown. Son of Marie (Prower) Martin. Did not sign Compact

m. Unknown

d. 1620, first winter

RIGDALE, John

b. prob. England. Stranger. 20th signer of the Compact

m. Unknown

d. 1620/21, first winter

RIGDALE, Alice

b. prob. England; wife of John Rigdale

d. Plymouth 1620/21, first winter

ROGERS, Thomas

b. prob. England. Camlet merchant. Saint. 18th signer of the Compact

m. Elsgen (information unknown), b. prob. England; d. Leiden, Holland, aft. 1622; Four children

d. 1620/21, first winter

ROGERS, Joseph

b. England or Holland 1610 or before. Son of Thomas Rogers. Too young to sign the Compact

m. information unknown. Hannah (Unknown maiden name); Seven children

d. Eastham bet. 2 and 15 Jan 1677/8; bur. Old Cove Burial Ground, Eastham.

SAMSON, Henry

b. Henlow, Bedfordshire, England, 15 Jan 1603/4. Son of James and Martha (Cooper) Samson. Stranger. Nephew of Agnes Tilley, came with Tilley family. Too young to sign Compact. Purchaser, Constable, Planter and freeman

m. Plymouth 6 Feb 1635/6 Ann Plummer [d. aft. 24 Dec 1668]; Nine children

d. Duxbury 24 Dec 1684 in Duxbury, Massachusetts

SOULE, George

b. about 1600, in England; servant under contract to Edward Winslow; 35th signer of the Compact. Purchaser

m. prob. Plymouth bef. 1626 prob. Mary Bucket/Becket; d. Duxbury Dec 1676; Nine children

d. Duxbury bef. 22 Jan 1679

STANDISH, Miles

b. perhaps on The Isle of Man, circa 1584. Captain, professional soldier, treasurer and Deputy Governor. Stranger. 6th signer of the Compact

m. (1) Rose [who came on the Mayflower]; no known children

m. (2) Plymouth bet. July 1623 and 24 Mar 1623/4 Barbara (maiden name unknown)[who came on the Anne], b. prob. England; d. after 6 Oct 1659 (1673?); Seven children

d. Duxbury 3 Oct 1656

Primary Source: Mayflower Families (published by the General Society of Mayflower Descendants), Volume Fourteen, MYLES STANDISH by Russell Warner, revised by Robert S. Wakefield, 1997

STANDISH, Rose

First wife of Myles Standish

d. Plymouth 29 Jan 1620/1, first winter

STORY/STERRY, Elias

b. information unknown. Servant to Edward Winslow. Did not sign the Compact

m. Unknown

d. Plymouth 1621, first winter

THOMSON/THOMPSON, Edward

b. information unknown. Servant. Did not sign the Compact

m. Unknown

d. Plymouth 1620, shortly after landing

TILLEY, Edward

b. information unknown. Saint. 15th signer of the Compact

m. information unknown

d. Plymouth 1621, first winter

TILLEY, Anne

b. information unknown. Wife of Edward Tilley

d. Plymouth 1621, first winter

TILLEY, John

b. prob. England. Silkworker; 16th signer of the Compact

m. information unknown. Joan (Hurst) Rogers [who came on the Mayflower]

d. Plymouth 1621, first winter

TILLEY, Joan (Hurst)

b. information unknown. Wife

d. Plymouth 1621, first winter

TILLEY, Elizabeth

bapt. Henlow, Huntingdonshire, England 30 Aug 1607. Daughter of John and Joan Tilley.

m. Plymouth 25 Mar 1623 John Howland of the Mayflower.

d. Swansea 21/31 Dec 1687.

TINKER, Thomas

b. information unknown. Leiden, Holland. Wood sawyer. 19th signer of the Compact.

m. information unknown

d. Plymouth , between Jan 11 and April 10, 1621.

TINKER, Mrs. Thomas

b. information unknown

d. Plymouth, between Jan 11 and April 10, 1621

TINKER, Son

b. information unknown, Leiden, Holland. Son. Probably too young to sign Compact.

m. Too young

d. Plymouth 1621, first winter.

TREVOR, William

b. information unknown, Sailor. Hired to stay one year; did not sign Compact

m. Unknown

d. Died first winter

TURNER, John

b. information unknown

m. information unknown

d. Died between Jan 11 and April 10, 1621

TURNER, Elder son

b. information unknown

d. Died between Jan 11 and April 10, 1621

TURNER, Younger son

b. information unknown

d. Died between Jan 11 and April 10, 1621

UNNAMED FEMALE

b. information unknown, Maid servant to John Carver

m. prob. unmarried

d. Plymouth ca. Dec 1620/1

WARREN, Richard

b. prob. England ca.1580. Merchant. Stranger. 12th signer of Compact

m. April 14, 1610, Great Amwell, Hertford, England, to Elizabeth Walker who came on the Anne [b. ca. 1580; d. Plymouth Oct 1673]; children: seven (five daughters came on the Anne with Elizabeth)

d. Plymouth 1628.

WHITE, William

b. prob. England. Wealthy Separatist. 11th signer of Compact

m. Susanna (maiden name unknown) [who came on the Mayflower]; Two children

d. Plymouth 21 Feb1620/1

Primary Source: Mayflower Families (published by the General Society of Mayflower Descendants),Volume Thirteen, WILLIAM WHITE by Robert M. Sherman, FASG, and Ruth W. Sherman, FASG, edited by Robert S. Wakefield, FASG, 1997

WHITE, Susanna

b. probably England. Wife of William White

m.(1) information unknown. William White [of the Mayflower]; children: two

m. (2) 12 May 1621, Edward Winslow [of the Mayflower] She was the first Colony bride.

d. 1680

Primary Source: Mayflower Families (published by the General Society of Mayflower Descendants),Volume Thirteen, WILLIAM WHITE by Robert M. Sherman, FASG, and Ruth W. Sherman, FASG, edited by Robert S. Wakefield, FASG, 1997

WHITE, Resolved

b. England or Holland ca. 1615. Son of William and Susanna White. Too young to sign Compact

m. (1) Scituate 5 Nov 1640 Judith Vassall [b. England 1619; d. Marshfield; bur. 3 Apr 1675]

m. (2) Salem 5 Oct 1674 Abigail (maiden name unknown) Lord [ b. ca. 1606; d. Salem bet. 15 and 27 Jan 1682]

d. prob. living 19 Sep 1687 (1706?)

WHITE, Peregrine

b. before the end of November 1620. Son of William and Susanna White. Born off Cape Cod [now Provincetown] after arrival of the Mayflower. "Offically" not considered a Mayflower passenger.

m. bef. 6 Mar 1648/9 Sarah Bassett; d. Marshfield 22 Jan 1711; children: seven

d. Marshfield 20 or 22 Jul 1704

WILDER, Roger

b. information unknown. Servant to John Carver. A boy too young to sign the Compact

m. Too young to marry

d. 1621. Died first winter

WILLIAMS, Thomas

b. information unknown, Yarmouth, Norfolkshire. Stranger. 30th signer of the Compact

m. Unknown

d. 1621. Died first winter

WINSLOW, Edward

b. Droitswich, Worcesterchire, England, 18 Oct 1595. Printer. Saint. 3rd signer of the Compact. Undertaker, Governor of Plymouth, author of books; Son of Edward and Magalene (Oliver) Winslow.

m. (1) Leiden, Holland, after 12 May 1618 Elizabeth Barker [who came on the Mayflower]; no known children

m. (2) Plymouth 1621 Susanna (maiden name unknown) White (first marraige in Plymouth Colony), widow of William White, d. Plymouth bet. 18 Dec 1654 and 2 Jul 1675; Five children

d. at sea in the West Indies 8 May 1655

Primary Source: Mayflower Families (published by the General Society of Mayflower Descendants), Volume Five, Second Edition EDWARD WINSLOW by Ruth C. McGuyre and Robert S. Wakefield, FASG, 1991

WINSLOW, Elizabeth (Barker)

b. poss. Chester or Chatham, England, ca. 1597. First wife of Edward Winslow of the Mayflower.

d. Plymouth 24 Mar 1620/1, first spring.

WINSLOW, Gilbert

b. Droitswich, Worcestershire, England 1600. Brother to Edward. 31st signer of the Compact

m. Unknown

d. information unknown. Returned to England

 


 


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