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Mayflower Passengers

Below is a list of all the passengers on board the Mayflower that ultimately sailed to New England in 1620 as given by William Bradford. The table is arranged in alphabetical order for quick access with a brief account of each passenger. To find more detailed information regarding each passenger, click on the passenger's name. To understand more about the date this list was created, see our research article.

The list contains all the latest data on each of the Mayflower passengers. Each entry usually includes the parentage (if known), birth, death, and marriage(s). It is noted whether the men had signed the Compact and whether the passenger left any known descendants beyond their children.

This is meant to be a quick reference guide and authority of the facts presented. It is the culmination of all the scholarship since the re-discovery of the Bradford manuscript history published first in 1856. It is this manuscript that is the basis for who is ultimately a passenger or not. There is no other source to corroborate it. Bradford calls several single young men hired seamen, cooper, etc. He treats them as “passengers” possibly because the Company hired them. There are other men who are the officers and crew of the ship. Few of these men are known and are not considered passengers even though they, too, had to stay in Plymouth Colony the first winter where half of them met their death as did the passengers. For this reason, the General Society of Mayflower Descendants does not recognize for membership anyone who descends from any officer or crew. Only the ship’s Master, Christopher Jones, is known to have any descendants – though some have claimed him as an ancestor, no one has published or documented such a claim (though we welcome any such documentation).

The goal will be to gather all documents created by each passenger and those that reference them along with all known articles or books published on them. If you should have any additional material not reflected here, please email the office so we may update our information.

 

Abbreviations Used

aft.
after
co.
county
m.
married
b.
born
d.
died
m. (1)
first married, etc.
bef.
before
div.
division
poss.
possibly
bet.
between
gen.
generation
prob.
probably
bp.
baptized
i.e.
that is
pt.
part
ca.
circa
inv.
inventory
 

 

Sign
Desc
Passenger Name
Birth - Death - Marriage(s) Dates
 
x
x
John Alden

b. prob. in England, perhaps bet. 6 July and 12 Sept. 1598.
d. Duxbury, Mass., 12 Sept. 1687, age 89.
m. passenger Priscilla Mullins by 1623.

x
Bartholomew Allerton

son of Isaac and Mary (Norris) Allerton.
b. prob. in Leiden, Holland, say 1613.
d. prob. in Bramfield, co. Suffolk, England, bet. 15 Oct. 1658 and 19 Feb. 1658/9.
m.(1) Margaret _____; m.(2) Sarah Fairfax.

x
x
Isaac Allerton

b. prob. in England, ca. 1586.
d. in New Haven, Conn., bet. 1 and 12 Feb. 1658/9.

x
John Allerton

b. prob. England, before 1590.
d. “in the generall siknes” (i.e. in Plymouth bef. 5 Apr. 1621).

x
Mary Allerton

dau. of Isaac and Mary (Norris) Allerton
bp. Leiden, Holland, say 1617.
d. in Plymouth, 28 Nov. 1699.

 
x
Mary (Norris) Allerton

b. poss. in Newbury, Berkshire, England.
d. in Plymouth, 25 Feb. 1620/1.
m. passenger Isaac Allerton in Leiden, Holland, on 4 Nov. 1611.

 
x
Remember Allerton

dau. of Isaac and Mary (Norris) Allerton.
b. in Leiden, Holland, ca. 1614.
d. bet. 12 Sept. 1652 and 22 Oct. 1656.
m. Moses Maverick before 6 May 1635.

 
x
Elinor (_____) Billington

b. perhaps in Lincolnshire, Eng., ca. 1580.
d. after 2 Mar. 1642/3.
m. (1) passenger John Billington by 1604; m. (2) Gregory Armstrong likely in Plymouth bet. 14 and 28 Sept. 1638.

 
x
Francis Billington

son of John and Elinor (_____) Billington.
b. perhaps in Lincolnshire, Eng., ca. 1607.
d. in Middleborough, 3 Dec. 1684, age 80.
m. Christian (Penn) Eaton, widow of passenger Francis Eaton, in Plymouth, July 1634.

x
x
John Billington

b. prob. Spaulding, Lincolnshire, Eng., ca. 1580.
d. in Plymouth, in Sept. 1630, hanged for willful murder.
m. passenger Elinor (_____) by 1604 [MF, 21: 5].

   
John Billington

son of John and Elinor (_____) Billington.
b. prob. in England, ca. 1604.
d. prob. in Plymouth, bet. 22 May 1627 and 14 Sept. 1638.

   
Dorothy (May) Bradford

b. prob. in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, Eng., ca. 1597.
drowned in Cape Cod Harbor, 7 Dec. 1620.
m. passenger William Bradford in Amsterdam, Holland, 10 Dec. 1613.

x
x
William Bradford

son of William and Alice (Hanson) Bradford.
bp. in Austerfield, Yorkshire, Eng., 19 Mar. 1589/90.
d. in Plymouth, 9 May 1657.
m. (1) passenger Dorothy May in Amsterdam, Holland, 10 Dec. 1613 [N.S.]; m. (2) Alice (Carpenter) Southworth in Plymouth, 14 Aug. 1623.

 
x
Love Brewster

son of William and Mary (_____) Brewster.
b. prob. in Holland, say 1607.
d. in Duxbury, bet. 6 Oct. 1650[/1] and 31 Jan. 1650[/1].
m. Sarah Collier in Plymouth, 15 May 1634.

 
x
Mary (_____) Brewster

b. prob. in England, ca. 1569.
d. in Plymouth, 17 Apr. 1627.
m. passenger William Brewster likely in Scrooby, Nottinghamshire, Eng., by 1593.

x
x
William Brewster

son of William and _____ Brewster.
b. in Scrooby, Eng., ca. 1566.
d. in Plymouth, 10 Apr. 1644.
m. passenger Mary _____ likely in Scrooby, Nottinghamshire, Eng., by 1593.

   
Wrestling Brewster

son of William and Mary (_____) Brewster.
b. prob. in Holland, say 1611.
d. likely in Plymouth, bet. 22 May 1627 and 10 Apr. 1644.

x
 
Richard Brittenridge

b. bef. 1600.
d. in Plymouth harbor, 21 Dec. 1620, “the first who Dies in this Harbour.”

x
x
Peter Browne

poss. son of William Browne of Dorking, Surrey, Eng.
bp. poss. Dorking, Surrey, Eng., 26 Jan. 1594/5.
d. prob. in Plymouth, bet. 25 Mar. and 10 Oct. 1633.
m. (1) Martha (_____) Ford by 1626; m. (2) Mary _____ by 1631.

   
William Button

b. [unknown].
d. at sea “when they drew near the Coast” (i.e. Cape Cod), 6 Nov. 1620.

   
Robert Carter

b. likely aft. 1599.
d. in Plymouth, aft. 2 Apr. 1621, though “dyed the first winter.”

x
 
John Carver

b. about 1585.
d. in Plymouth, in Apr. 1621.
m. passenger Catherine _____ by 1609.

   
Catherine (?White) (Leggatt) Carver

perhaps dau. of Alexander and Eleanor (_____) White.
b. perhaps near or in Sturton-le-Steeple, co. Nottingham, Eng.
d. in Plymouth, Summer 1621, “being a weak woman, dyed within ·5· or ·6· weeks after him [i.e. her husband]” or “… within a few weeks [of the death of her husband], hasted the removal of a gracious woman ….”
m. passenger John Carver by 1609 [PM, 95].

x
x
James Chilton

son of Lionell Chylton.
b. prob. in Canterbury, Kent, Eng., ca. 1556.
d. aboard the Mayflower in Cape Cod Harbor, 8 Dec. 1620.
m. passenger Susanna (_____) before 15 Jan. 1586/7.

 
x
Mary Chilton

dau. of James and Susanna (_____) Chilton.
bp. St. Peter’s Parish, Sandwich, co. Kent, Eng., 31 May 1607.
d. in Boston between 31 July 1676 and – May 1679.
m. John Winslow in Plymouth between July 1623 and 22 May 1627.

x
Susanna (_____) Chilton

likely not the dau. of Francis and Isabell (_____) Furner.
b. [unknown].
d. in Plymouth “dyed in the first infection.”
m. passenger James Chilton before 15 Jan. 1586/7.

x
 
Richard Clarke

b. bef. 1600.
d. in Plymouth, “dyed sone after their arrival, in the generall sicknes that befell,” i.e. bet. Jan. – Mar. 1621.

x
x
Francis Cooke

b. in England, aft. Aug. 1583.
d. in Plymouth, 7 Apr. 1663.
m. Hester Mayhieu in Leiden, Holland, 20 July 1603.

 
x
John Cooke

son of Francis and Hester (Mayhieu) Cooke.
bp. in Walloon Church, Leiden, Holland, between 1 Jan. and 31 Mar. 1607.
d. in Dartmouth, 23 Nov. 1695.
m. Sarah Warren in Plymouth, 28 Mar. 1634.

 
Humility Cooper

dau. Robert and prob. Joan (Gresham) Cooper.
b. in [prob. Leiden] Holland, ca. 1619, bp. at Holy Trinity in the Minories, London, Eng., 17 Mar. 1638/9, age 19.
d. “was sent for into England, and dyed ther” [i.e. before 1651].

x
x
John Crackstone

b. by 1573.
d. in Plymouth, “in the first mortality.”
m. [unknown] by about 1598.

   
John Crackstone

son of John Crackstone.
b. aft. 1599.
d. in Plymouth, “about some 5 or 6 years after [i.e. his father’s death], … having lost him selfe in the wodes, his feet became frosen, which put him into a feavor, of which he dyed.” He was alive on 1 June 1627. “The Heires of John Crackstone” is on an undated list of Purchasers, but likely 3 Mar. 1639.

x
x
Edward Doty

b. prob. in England, bef. 1600 as he signed the Compact.
d. in Plymouth, 23 Aug. 1655.
m. (1) _____ between 1620 and 1635; m. (2) Faith Clark in Plymouth, 6 Jan. 1634/5.

x
x
Francis Eaton

son of John and Dorothy (Smith) Eaton.
bp. in parish of St. Thomas, Bristol, co. Gloucester, Eng., 11 Sept. 1596.
d. in Duxbury, bet. 25 Mar. and 8 Nov. 1633.
m. (1) passenger Sarah _____ by 1619; m. (2) Dorothy _____ likely by 1622; m. (3) Christian Penn in Plymouth, by 1625.

 
x
Samuel Eaton

son of Francis and Sarah (_____) Eaton.
b. in England, ca. 1620.
d. in Middleborough before 29 Oct. 1684.
m. (1) Elizabeth _____ by 10 Mar. 1646; m. (2) Martha Billington in Plymouth, 10 Jan. 1660/1.

 
x
Sarah (_____) Eaton

b. perhaps in England.
d. in Plymouth “dyed in the generall sicknes” [i.e. early 1621].
m. passenger Francis Eaton by 1619.

   
_____ Ely

b. aft. 1599.
d. perhaps in England.

x
 
Thomas English

b. bef. 1600.
d. in Plymouth “before the shipe returned” [i.e. before 5 Apr. 1621].

x
x
Moses Fletcher

b. perhaps Sandwich, Kent, Eng., bef. 1600 as he signed the Compact.
d. in Plymouth “sone after the arivall, in the generall sicknes that befell … left no posteritie here.”
m. (1) Maria Evans at St. Peter, Sandwich, co. Kent, Eng., on 30 Oct. 1589; m. (2) Sarah Denby in Leiden, Holland, on 21 Dec. 1613.

x
x
Edward Fuller

son of Robert and Sarah (Dunkhorn) Fuller.
bp. in Redenhall, Norfolk, England, 4 Sept. 1575.
d. in Plymouth “soon after they came ashore.”
m. passenger unnamed below.

 
x
wife of Edward Fuller
d. in Plymouth “soon after they came ashore.”
x
x
Samuel Fuller

son of Robert and Sarah (Dunkhorn) Fuller.
bp. in Redenhall, Norfolk, England, 20 Jan. 1580.
d. in Plymouth bet. 30 July and 28 Oct. 1633.
m. (1) Alice Glascock before 1613; m. (2) Agnes Carpenter in Leiden, 24 Apr. 1613; m. (3) Bridget Lee in Leiden, 27 May 1617.

 
x
Samuel Fuller

son of Edward Fuller.
b. prob. in England, ca. 1608.
d. in Barnstable, bet. 29 Oct. 1683 and 14 Nov. 1683.
m. Jane Lathrop in Scituate, 8 Apr. 1635.

x
Richard Gardiner

b. bef. 1600.
d. in England or at sea bet. July 1624 and 1651.

x
John Goodman

b. bef. 1600.
d. in Plymouth “sone after their arivall, in generall sicknes that befell;" however, he was listed in the 1623 land division, though not in the 1627 cattle division.

   
William Holebeck

b. aft. 1599.
d. in Plymouth “soone after ther landing."

   
John Hooke

b. ca. 1606.
d. in Plymouth “with the first” [i.e. winter of 1620/1].

x
Constance Hopkins

dau. of Stephen and Mary (_____) Hopkins.
bp. Hursley, Hampshire, Eng., 11 May 1606.
d. in Eastham, middle of Oct. 1677.
m. Nicholas Snow in Plymouth by 1627.

   
Damaris Hopkins

dau. of Stephen and Elizabeth (Fisher) Hopkins.
b. in England, ca. 1618.
liv. on 22 May 1627, but died soon after.

x
Elizabeth (Fisher) Hopkins

b. [unknown].
d. bet. 164 and 6 June 1644.
m. passenger Stephen Hopkins at St. Mary Matfellon, Whitechapel, London, England, 19 Feb. 1617/8.

 
x
Giles Hopkins

son of Stephen Hopkins and his first wife.
bp. in Hursley, Hampshire, Eng., 30 Jan. 1607/8.
d. in Eastham bet. 5 Mar. 1688[/9] and 16 Apr. 1690.
m. Catherine Whelden in Plymouth, 9 Oct. 1639.

   
Oceanus Hopkins

son of Stephen and Elizabeth (Fisher) Hopkins.
b. at sea aboard the Mayflower between 16 Sept. and 11 Nov. 1620.
d. bef. 22 May 1627 and likely before 1623.

x
x
Stephen Hopkins

b. in England, ca. 1579.
d. in Plymouth bet. 6 June and 17 July 1644.
m. (1) Mary _____ before 13 May 1604; m. (2) Elizabeth Fisher at St. Mary Matfellon, Whitechapel, London, Eng., 19 Feb. 1617/8.

x
x
John Howland

son of Henry and Margaret (_____) Howland.
b. prob. in Fenstanton, Huntingdonshire, Eng., say 1598.
d. in Plymouth, 23 Feb. 1672, “above eighty years."
m. passenger Elizabeth Tilley in Plymouth very likely bet. 14 Aug. 1623 and 5 Aug. 1624.

   
John Langemore

b. aft. 1599.
d. in Plymouth “in the first infection; not long after the arivall.”

   
William Latham

b. prob. in England, ca. 1609.
d. in the Bahamas, between 28 Oct. 1645 and 6 Mar. 1651 prob. of starvation.

x
 
Edward Leister

b. bef. 1600.
d. “after he was at liberty, went to Virginia, and ther dyed” (i.e. before 6 Mar. 1651).

x
 
Edmond Margeson

b. bef. 1600.
d. in Plymouth “sone after their arivall, in the generall sicknes that befell.”

x
x
Christopher Martin

b. [unknown].
d. in Plymouth, 8 Jan. 1621.
m. passenger widow Marie Prower, Great Burstead, co. Essex, Eng., 26 Feb. 160[6/]7.

 
x
Marie (_____)
(Prower) Martin

b. [unknown].
d. in Plymouth bet. Jan. – Mar. 1621.
m. (1) _____ Prower; m. (2) passenger Christopher Martin, Great Burstead, co. Essex, Eng., 26 Feb. 160[6/]7.

   
Desire Minter

poss. daughter of William and Sarah (Willett) Minter of Leiden.
b. ca. 1605.
d. in England before 1651.

   
Elinor More

daughter of reputed Samuel and Catherine (More) Moore of Larden.
bp. in Shipton, Shropshire, Eng., 24 May 1612.
d. in Plymouth “soon after the ships arivall.”

   
Jasper More

son of reputed Samuel and Catherine (More) Moore of Larden.
bp. in Shipton, Shropshire, Eng., 8 Aug. 1613.
d. on the Mayflower in Cape Cod Harbor, 6 Dec. 1620 “of the commone infection.”

   
Mary More

daughter of reputed Samuel and Catherine (More) Moore of Larden.
bp. in Shipton, Shropshire, Eng., 16 Apr. 1616.
d. in Plymouth in “the first winter” [i.e. 1620/1].

 
x
Richard More

son of reputed Samuel and Catherine (More) Moore of Larden.
bp. in Shipton, Shropshire, Eng., 13 Nov. 1614.
d. in Salem bet. 19 Mar. 169[3/]4 and 20 Apr. 1696.
m. (1) Christian Hunter in Plymouth, 20 Oct. 1636; m. (2) Jane (_____) Crumpton bet. 18 Sept. 1675 and 23 May 1678.

 
?
Alice (_____) Mullins

b. [unknown].
d. in Plymouth during the first winter after 2 Apr. 1621.
m. passenger William Mullins.

   
Joseph Mullins

son of William and Alice (_____) Mullins.
b. aft. 1599.
d. in Plymouth during the first winter after 2 Apr. 1621.

 
x
Priscilla Mullins

dau. of William and Alice (_____) Mullins.
b. [unknown].
d. likely in Plymouth or Duxbury between 1650 and her husband’s death on 22 Sept. 1687.
m. passenger John Alden by 1623.

x
x
William Mullins

son of John and Joane (Bridger) Mullins.
b. prob. Dorking, Surrey, Eng., after 8 July 1571.
d. in Plymouth, 21 Feb. 1621.
m. passenger Alice (_____) Mullins.

x
x
Degory Priest

b. in England, ca. 1579.
d. in Plymouth, 1 Jan. 1621.
m. Sarah (Allerton) Vincent in Leiden, Holland, on 4 Nov. 1611. She married third Godbert Godbertson in Leiden, on or shortly aft. 11 Nov. 1621.

   
Solomon Prower

son of passenger Marie (_____) (Prower) Martin.
b. prob. near Billerica, co. Essex, Eng., aft. 1599.
d. in Plymouth on 24 Dec. 1620.

   
Alice (_____) Rigdale

b. [unknown].
d. in Plymouth “in the first sicknes.”
m. passenger John Rigdale.

x
 
John Rigdale

b. prob. in England, bef. 1600.
d. in Plymouth “in the first sicknes.”
m. passenger Alice _____.

 
x
Joseph Rogers

son of Thomas and Alice (Cosford) Rogers.
bp. in Watford, Northamptonshire, Eng., 23 Jan. 1602/3.
d. in Eastham, bet. 2 and 15 Jan. 1677.
m. Hannah _____ bef. 6 Aug. 1633.

x
x
Thomas Rogers

son of William and Eleanor (_____) Rogers.
b. in England, ca. 1572.
d. in Plymouth “in the first sicknes.”
m. Alice Cosford in Watford, Northamptonshire, Eng., 24 Oct. 1597.

 
x
Henry Samson

son of James and Martha (Cooper) Samson.
bp. in Henlow, Bedfordshire, Eng., 15 Jan. 1603/4.
d. in Duxbury, bet. 24 Dec. 1684 and 5 Mar. 1684/5.
m. Anne Plummer in Plymouth, 6 Feb. 1635/6.

x
x
George Soule

b. in England bef. 1600.
d. in Duxbury bet. 20 Sept. 1677 and 22 Jan. 1679/[80].
m. Mary Bucket in Plymouth by 1626.

x
x
Myles Standish

b. prob. on the Isle of Man, ca. 1584.
d. in Duxbury, 3 Oct. 1656.
m. (1) passenger Rose _____; m. (2) Barbara _____ prob. in England, ca. 1622.

 
x
Rose (_____) Standish

b. prob. in England.
d. in Plymouth, 29 Jan. 1621.
m. passenger Myles Standish.

   
Elias Story

b. aft. 1599.
d. in Plymouth “soone after the ships arivall.”

   
Edward Thomson

b. aft. 1599.
d. at Cape Cod on 4 Dec. 1620.

   
Ann / Agnes
(Cooper) Tilley

dau. of Edmund and Mary (Wyne) Cooper.
bp. in Henlow, Bedfordshire, Eng., 7 Nov. 1585.
d. in Plymouth “soon after their arivall.”
m. passenger Edward Tilley in Henlow, Bedfordshire, Eng., 20 June 1614.

x
 
Edward Tilley

son of Robert and Elizabeth (_____) Tilley.
bp. in Henlow, Bedfordshire, Eng., 27 May 1588.
d. in Plymouth “soon after their arivall.”
m. passenger Agnes Cooper in Henlow, Bedfordshire, Eng., 20 June 1614.

 
x
Elizabeth Tilley

dau. of John and Joan (Hurst) Tilley.
bp. in Henlow, Bedfordshire, Eng., 30 Aug. 1607.
d. in Swansea, 21 Dec. 1687.
m. passenger John Howland in Plymouth very likely bet. 14 Aug. 1623 and 5 Aug. 1624.

 
x
Joan (Hurst)
(Rogers) Tilley

dau. of William and prob. Rose (_____) Hurst.
bp. in Henlow, Bedfordshire, Eng., 13 Mar. 1567/8.
d. in Plymouth “a litle after they came ashore.”
m. (1) Thomas Rogers (not the Mayflower passenger) in Henlow, 18 June 1593; m. (2) passenger John Tilley there, 20 Sept. 1596.

x
x
John Tilley

son of Robert and Elizabeth (_____) Tilley.
bp. in Henlow, Bedfordshire, Eng., 19 Dec. 1571.
d. in Plymouth “a litle after they came ashore.”
m. passenger Joan (Hurst) Rogers in Henlow, 20 Sept. 1596.

x
 
Thomas Tinker
b. [unknown].
d. in Plymouth “in the first sicknes.”
m. passenger [name unknown].
 
wife of Thomas Tinker

d. in Plymouth “in the first sicknes.”
m. passenger Thomas Tinker.

   
son of Thomas Tinker
d. in Plymouth “in the first sicknes.”
   
William Trevour/Trevore

b. aft. 1599.
liv. on 27 Apr. 1650 in Mass. Bay Colony disposing that Thompson’s Island on Dorchester Neck was first his in 1619 [sic].
m. [unknown].

x
?
John Turner

b. by 1590.
d. in Plymouth “dyed in the first sicknes,” i.e. early 1621.
m. _____ by 1615 [had two sons who were passengers and a daughter who came later, married, and lived in Salem].

   
son of John Turner

b. aft. 1599.
d. in Plymouth “dyed in the first sicknes,” i.e. early 1621.

   
son of John Turner
b. aft. 1599.
d. in Plymouth “dyed in the first sicknes,” i.e. early 1621.
x
x
Richard Warren

b. prob. in England [called of London].
d. in Plymouth in 1628.
m. Elizabeth Walker in Great Amwell, Hertfordshire, Eng., 14 Apr. 1610.

 
x
Resolved White

b. likely Leiden, ca. 1615.
d. prob. in Marshfield after 28 May 1685, perhaps after 19 Sept. 1687.
m. (1) Judith Vassall in Scituate, 5 Nov. 1640; m. (2) Abigail (_____) Lord in Salem, 5 Oct. 1674.

 
x
Susanna (?Fuller) White

b. prob. in England.
d. aft. 18 Dec. 1654.
m. (1) passenger William White in Leiden, Holland, 15 Feb. 1612; m. (2) passenger Edward Winslow in Plymouth, 12 May 1621.

x
x
William White

b. prob. in England.
d. in Plymouth, 21 Feb. 1621.
m. passenger Susanna [?Fuller] in Leiden, Holland, 15 Feb. 1612.

   
Roger Wilder

b. aft. 1599.
d. in Plymouth before Carver [i.e. Apr. 1621] “of the commone infection.”

x
 
Thomas Williams

b. bef. 1600.
d. in Plymouth “sone after their arivall, in the generall sicknes that befell.”

x
x
Edward Winslow

b. St. Peter’s, Droitwich, Worcestershire, Eng., 18 Oct. 1595.
d. at sea near Hispaniola, 8 May 1655.
m. (1) passenger Elizabeth Barker in Leiden, Holland, 12 May 1618; (2) Susanna (?Fuller) White in Plymouth, 12 May 1621.

   
Elizabeth (Barker) Winslow

b. prob. in England.
d. in Plymouth, 24 Mar. 1621.
m. passenger Edward Winslow in Leiden, Holland, 12 May 1618.

x
 
Gilbert Winslow

bp. St. Peter’s, Droitwich, Worcestershire, Eng., 29 Oct. 1600 [b. there the Sunday before].
d. “after diverse years aboad here, returned into England, and dyed ther;” bur. Ludlow, Shropshire, Eng., 11 Oct. 1631.

   
“maid servant”
She was the maid servant of passenger John Carver “maried and dyed a year or tow after, here in this place.” It is likely that she, Dorothy, was the second wife of passenger Francis Eaton, marrying him in Plymouth say 1622 and dying by 1624.

 

 

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