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Pilgrims and Plymouth

List of Mayflower Passengers

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Great Migration Sketches

Arrival in North America

Many immigrants to Canada came from New England. Before that they had come from Ireland, Scotland or England.

Some of my early ancestors from New England

Robert Hicks

Born about 1578, arrived from London to plymouth in 1621 on Fortune. His wife and three children came on the Anne or Little James in the summer of 1623. In the "1633" list of Plymouth freemen, among those admitted before 1 January 1632/3 [ PCR 1:3]. He married wife Margaret by 1603 Margaret _____; she died at Plymouth between 24 May 1647

William Gaylord

Born about 1590, arrived from Reawakened, Somersetshire on Mary & John in 1630. Resided in Dorchester, MA then moved to Windsor in 1638 . Died at Windsor 20 July 1673

Made deacon of the Dorchester church, continued as deacon after he moved to Connecticut.

Thomas Lynde and Wife Elizabeth Tufts Lynde

Born January 1593 in Dunstable, Bedford, England. He married Mary _____ about 1596. She died in England about 1634

His occupation was Malster in Charlestown Massachusetts. Emigrated from England on the “Griffith” in 1634. t year on the Abigail” with John Winthrop Jr.

On 4 February 1634/5, “Thomas Lynde, and Margerite his wife, were admitted” to the Charlestown church, Deacon of Charlestown church as early as 30 September 1652. He was made a Freeman on 4 March 1634/5 (fifth in a sequence of five Charlestown men).

Jeremiah (AKA Jeremy) Belcher

He emigrated to New England (Bay Colony Massachusetts in the ship Susan and Ellen in the spring of 1635, "said to been born in Wiltshire England"

Joanna (Hincksman) Hoare)

Married to Charles Hoare, sheriff of Gloucester who after the death of her husband moved to New England (Massachusetts) about 1640 alone with her sons including John Hoare

Others to Come

John Archibald and Wife Margaret

Matthew and Janet Taylor

Edward Griswold

John Porter

Samuel Wright and Hannah Wright

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