Monday, November 19, 2012

A 391 Year Tradition

Here's a complete list of who was on the
 Mayflower when it arrived in 1620

John Alden Richard Clarke John Howland Myles Standish
Isaac Allerton Francis Cooke John Langmore • Mrs. Rose Standish
• Mary (Norris) Allerton • John Cooke William Latham Elias Story
• Bartholomew Allerton Humility Cooper Edward Leister Edward Thompson
• Remember Allerton John Crackston Edmund Margesson Edward Tilley
• Mary Allerton • John Crackston Christopher Martin  Ann (Cooper) Tilley
John Allerton Edward Doty • Mary (Prower) Martin John Tilley
John Billington Francis Eaton Desire Minter • Joan (Hurst) Tilley
• Eleanor Billington • Mrs. Sarah Eaton Ellen More • Elizabeth Tilley
• John Billington • Samuel Eaton Jasper More Thomas Tinker, wife, and son
• Francis Billington Thomas English Richard More William Trevore
William Bradford Moses Fletcher Mary More John Turner, and two sons
• Dorothy (May) Bradford Edward Fuller William Mullins Richard Warren
William Brewster • Mrs. Fuller • Mrs. Alice Mullins William White
• Mrs. Mary Brewster • Samuel Fuller • Priscilla Mullins • Mrs. Susanna White
• Love Brewster Samuel Fuller • Joseph Mullins • Resolved White
• Wrestling Brewster Richard Gardinar Degory Priest Roger Wilder
Richard Britteridge John Goodman Solomon Prower Thomas Williams
Peter Browne William Holbeck John Rigsdale Edward Winslow
William Button John Hooke • Alice Rigsdale • Elizabeth (Barker) Winslow
Robert Carter Stephen Hopkins Thomas Rogers Gilbert Winslow
John Carver • Elizabeth (Fisher) Hopkins• Joseph Rogers
• Katherine (White) Carver • Constance Hopkins Henry Samson "Mr. Ely"
James Chilton • Giles Hopkins George Soule Dorothy, Carver's maidservant
• Mrs. Chilton • Damaris Hopkins
• Mary Chilton • Oceanus Hopkins
The bullets by some of the names are simply used to visually indicate family structure--those with bullet points are the wife and/or children of the earlier-listed individual.

Below are the names of the 53 that survived 
long enough to attend the 1st Thanksgiving.

4 MARRIED WOMEN :
Eleanor Billington, Mary Brewster, Elizabeth Hopkins, Susanna White Winslow.

5 ADOLESCENT GIRLS :
Mary Chilton (14), Constance Hopkins (13 or 14), Priscilla Mullins (19), Elizabeth Tilley (14 or15) and Dorothy, the Carver's unnamed maidservant, perhaps 18 or 19.

9 ADOLESCENT BOYS :
Francis and John Billington, John Cooke, John Crackston, (2d), Samuel Fuller, Giles Hopkins, William Latham,Joseph Rogers, Henry Samson.

13 YOUNG CHILDREN : 
Bartholomew, Mary and Remember Allerton, Love and Wrestling Brewster, Humility Cooper, Samuel Eaton, Damaris and Oceanus Hopkins, Desire Minter, Richard More, Resolved and; Peregrine White.

22 MEN : John Alden, Isaac Allerton, John Billington, William Bradford, William Brewster, Peter Brown, Francis Cooke, Edward Doty, Francis Eaton, [first name unknown] Ely, Samuel Fuller, Richard Gardiner, John Goodman, Stephen Hopkins, John Howland, Edward Lester, George Soule, Myles Standish, William Trevor, Richard Warren, Edward Winslow, Gilbert Winslow.



A tip of the hat to Caleb Johnson who's site Mayflower History has become the definitive website as it regards virtually all things Mayflower. 
For a hands-on walk through history, visit the Sturgis Library in Barnstable, Mass. 
 You can also find them on Facebook:  .
Key words: Mayflower Pilgrims Hopkins 

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