I’ve posted before about my very own connections to passengers on the Mayflower that landed at Plymouth in New England in December 1620, however I need to do it once more.
Listed here are my weblog posts for every core Mayflower ancestor (with the names of my Mayflower passengers in parentheses):
* My Mayflower Connections – 1. George Soule (George Soule)
* My Mayflower Connections – 2. William White (William White, Susanna (Jackson) White, Peregrine White)
* My Mayflower Connections – 3. Richard Warren (Richard Warren)
* My Mayflower Connections – 4. Francis Cooke (Francis Cooke, John Cooke)
* My Mayflower Connections – 5. Stephen Hopkins (Stephen Hopkins, Constance Hopkins)
* My Mayflower Connections – 6. William Brewster (William Brewster, Mary (–?–) Brewster)
* My Mayflower Connections – 7. Edward Fuller (Edward Fuller, Ann? (–?–), Samuel Fuller)
So my ancestors embrace 14 Mayflower 1620 passengers. Of these, I believe solely William White, Edward Fuller and Ann Fuller didn’t survive the primary winter, so 11 had been on the first Thanksgiving within the fall of 1621.
I most likely have enough data to use for and obtain a Common Society of Mayflower Descendants membership for the William White line – I began the applying course of, however between COVID and Linda’s fall, it’s on maintain. My White, Soule, Cooke and Warren traces come all the way down to a typical descendant – third great-grandfather Jonathan White (1803-1850). I might be able to apply on these traces additionally with a bit extra work. The Brewster, Hopkins and Fuller traces are by different traces, and want much more work on my half earlier than I might apply for membership in GSMD.
See the 2012 post on this subject to see how I answered the reader remark: “Why are you boasting about your Mayflower ancestors? Are you making an attempt to indicate that you’re a higher researcher than the remainder of us? Or that these passengers had been by some means particular?”