Annie's "Mayflower Passenger List" Page
~Mayflower Day is September 16th, 2004~

"In every thing give thanks: for this is the will
of God in Christ Jesus concerning you."
~1 Thessalonians 5:18~

Source for the information below is: The World Book Encyclopedia

Please Note: Since the information below is quoted directly from William Bradford
and written in the 1600's the spelling will look wrong but that is how they
spelt things back then.

"William Bradford, the second governor of Plymouth, wrote a history
of the Pilgrims' adventure aboard the Mayflower."

William Bradford Listed the Ship's Passengers as Follows:

Mr. John Carver; Kathrine, his wife; Desire Minter; & 2. man-servants,
John Howland, Roger Wilder; William Latham, a boy; & a maid servant, & a
child yt was put to him, called Jasper More.

Mr. William Brewster; Mary, his wife; with 2. sons, whose names were
Love & Wrasling; and a boy was put to him called Richard More; and
another of his brothers. The rest of his childeren were left behind, &
came over afterwards.

Mr. Edward Winslow; Elizabeth, his wife; & 2. men servants, caled Georg
Sowle and Elias Story; also a litle girle was put to him, caled Ellen, the
sister of Richard More.

William Bradford, and Dorothy, his wife; having but one child, a sone,
left behind, who came afterward.

Mr. Isaack Allerton, and Mary, his wife; with 3. children, Bartholmew,
Remember, & Mary; and a servant boy, John Hooke.

Mr. Samuell Fuller, and a servant, caled William Butten. His wife was
[left] behind, & a child, which came afterwards.

John Crakston, and his sone, John Crakston.

Captin Myles Standish, and Rose, his wife.

Mr. Christopher Martin, and his wife, and 2. servants, who were Salamon
Prower and John Langemore.

Mr. William Mullines, and his wife, and 2. children, Joseph & Priscila;
and a servant, Robart Carter.

Mr. William White, and Susana, his wife, and one sone, caled Resolved,
and one borne a ship-board caled Perigriene; & 2. servants, named William
Holbeck & Edward Thomson.

Mr. Steven Hopkins, & Elizabeth, his wife, and 2. children, caled Giles,
and Constanta, a doughter, both by a former wife; and 2. more by this
wife, caled Damaris & Oceanus; the last was borne at sea; and 2.
servants, called Edward Doty and Edward Litster.

Mr. Richard Warren; but his wife and childeren were lefte behind, and
came afterwards.

John Billinton, and Elen, his wife; and 2. sones, John & Francis.

Edward Tillie, and Ann, his wife; and 2. children that were their cossens,
Henery Samson and Humillity Coper.

John Tillie, and his wife; and Eelizabeth, their dougter.

Francis Cooke, and his sone John. But his wife & other children came

Thomas Rogers, and Joseph, his sone. His other children came afterwards.

Thomas Tinker, and his wife, and a sone.

John Rigdale, and Alice, his wife.

James Chilton, and his wife, and Mary, their dougter. They had an other
doughter, yt was maried, came afterward.

Edward Fuller, and his wife, and Samuell, their sonne.

John Turner, and 2. sones. He had a doughter came some years after to
Salem, wher she is now living.

Francis Eaton, and Sarah, his wife, and Samuell, their sone, a yong child.

Moyses Fletcher, John Goodman, Thomas Williams, Digerie Preist, Edmond
Margeson, Peter Browne, Richard Britterige, Richard Clarke, Richard
Gardenar, Gilbart Winslow.

John Alden was hired for a cooper, at South-Hampton, wher the ship
victuled; and being a hopefull yong man, was much desired, but left to his
owne liking to go or stay when he came here; but he stayed, and maryed

John Allerton and Thomas Enlish were both hired, the later to goe mr
[master] of a shalop here, and ye other was reputed as one of ye company,
but was to go back (being a seaman) for the help of others behind. But
they both dyed here, before the shipe returned.

Ther were allso other 2. seamen hired to stay a year here in the country,
William Trevore, and one Ely. But when their time was out, they both

These, bening aboute a hundred sowls, came over in this first ship; and
began this worke, which God of his goodnes hath hithertoo blesed; let his
holy name have ye praise.

Although 102 Pilgrims sailed from England, one died and another was born
during the voyage. So 102 reached the harbor at Provincetown, Mass.
Four more died and one was born there. The group that landed at
Plymouth consisted of 99 Pilgrims."


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