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Passengers of the Mayflower The names of those which came over first, in the year
•1620. and were by the blessing of God the first beginers and (in a sort ) the foundation of all the Plantations and Colonies in New England; and their families.
Passengers of the Mayflower
R. JOHN CARVER; Kathrine, his wife; Desire
Minter; and 2· man-servants, John Howland,
Roger Wilder; William Latham, a boy; and a .8. maid servant, and a child that was put to him, called Jasper More.
Mr. William Brewster; Mary, his wife; with :2. sons, whose names were Love and Wrasling; and a boy was put to him called Richard More; and another of his brothers. The rest of his children were left behind, and came over afterwards.
Mr. Edward Winslow; Elizabeth, his wife; and .2. men ·5· 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, .6. Bartholomew, Remember, and Mary; and a servant boy,
Mr. Samuell Fuller, and a servant, caled William Butten.
John Crakston, and his sone, John Crakston.
Mr. Christopher Martin, and his wife, and .2. servants, 4.
Salamon Prower - and John Langemore.
Mr. William Mullines, and his wife, and .2. children, .5
Joseph and Priscila; and a servant, Robart Carter.
Mr. William White, and Susana, his wife, and one sone, caled Resolved, and one borne a ship-bord, caled Peregriene; and •2. servants, named William Holbeck and Edward Thomson.
1 Of Billerica. N. E. Hist. Gen. Reg., XXI. 77.
Mr. Steven Hopkins, and Elizabeth, his wife, and · 2. chil
dren, caled Giles, and Constanta, a doughter, both by a .8. former wife; and ·2· more by this wife, caled Damaris and
Oceanus; the last was borne at sea; and ·2· servants, called
Mr. Richard Warren; but his wife and children were lefte behind, and came afterwards.
John Billinton, and Elen, his wife; and 2. sones, John and .4
Edward Tillie, and Ann, his wife; and .2. childeren that ·4:
were their cossens, Henery Samson and Humillity Coper. •3• John Tillie, and his wife; and Eelizabeth, their doughter.
Francis Cooke, and his sone John. But his wife and other •2•
children came afterwards.
Thomas Rogers, and Joseph, his sone. His other children
came afterwards. ·2[3.] Thomas Tinker, and his wife, and a sone. •2• John Rigdale, and Alice, his wife.
James Chilton, and his wife, and Mary, their dougter. •3. They had an other doughter, that 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 .3:
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 here.