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On 6 September 1620 the ship Mayflower departed Plymouth, England carrying 102 passengers, 74 males and 28 females, many of whom were “Separatists” from the Church of England. They sited land on 9 November. Although they had a patent to settle in Virginia, with winter approaching and rough seas, they abandoned their destination and sailed into Cape Cod Bay. Sickness and starvation took the lives of half the colonists the first year. Surviving families left a posterity estimated today to be in the millions.
 
On 6 September 1620 the ship Mayflower departed Plymouth, England carrying 102 passengers, 74 males and 28 females, many of whom were “Separatists” from the Church of England. They sited land on 9 November. Although they had a patent to settle in Virginia, with winter approaching and rough seas, they abandoned their destination and sailed into Cape Cod Bay. Sickness and starvation took the lives of half the colonists the first year. Surviving families left a posterity estimated today to be in the millions.
  
Provided below is a list of Mayflower passengers with the corresponding FamilySearch Family Tree Personal Identification (PID). To view each individual in the FamilySearch Family Tree, click on the link in the PID column.
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Provided below is a list of Mayflower passengers with the corresponding FamilySearch Family Tree Identification Number (ID). To view each individual in the FamilySearch Family Tree, click on the link in the "FamilySearch Family Tree ID" column.
  
 
== Passengers With Descendants ==
 
== Passengers With Descendants ==

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On 6 September 1620 the ship Mayflower departed Plymouth, England carrying 102 passengers, 74 males and 28 females, many of whom were “Separatists” from the Church of England. They sited land on 9 November. Although they had a patent to settle in Virginia, with winter approaching and rough seas, they abandoned their destination and sailed into Cape Cod Bay. Sickness and starvation took the lives of half the colonists the first year. Surviving families left a posterity estimated today to be in the millions.

Provided below is a list of Mayflower passengers with the corresponding FamilySearch Family Tree Identification Number (ID). To view each individual in the FamilySearch Family Tree, click on the link in the "FamilySearch Family Tree ID" column.

Passengers With Descendants[edit | edit source]

Given Name Last Name Married Name Relationship FamilySearch Family Tree ID
John Alden LQR9-JCJ
Priscilla Mullins Priscilla Alden Wife of John Alden LR92-T7W
William Mullins Father of Priscilla Mullins 9WZ5-B59
Alice Alice Mullins Wife of William Mullins 93HC-5C1
Isaac Allerton LY9K-M99
Mary Norris Mary Allerton Wife of Isaac Allerton M1GY-PHB
Bartholomew Allerton Son of Isaac Allerton LK5W-8N2
Remember Allerton Daughter of Isaac Allerton LY2R-R3Y
Mary Allerton Daughter of Isaac Allerton LZF7-MGY
John Billington LYTM-KVW
Elinor Elinor Billington Wife of John Billington M3TY-K59
Francis Billington Son of John Billington L5VQ-JGP
William Bradford 9HCJ-14M
William Brewster LH2V-RD6
Mary Mary Brewster Wife of William Brewster LH5W-4T5
Love Brewster Son of William Brewster L5BC-FV2
Peter Browne LTF2-W8G
James Chilton LYJD-72P
Mrs. James Chilton Mrs. James Chilton Wife of James Chilton  G7L3-2D6
Mary Chilton Daughter of James Chilton LBB7-YX6
Francis Cooke LZ2F-MM7
John Cooke Son of Francis Cooke 99WH-WYF
Edward Doty KH2Z-65D
Francis Eaton LZPF-LR2
Sarah Sara Eaton Wife of Francis Eaton G96J-55P
Samuel Eaton Son of Francis Eaton LZG1-HNV
Moses Flether LV96-W8F
Edward Fuller LZLK-XYP
Mrs. Edward Fuller Mrs. Edward Fuller Wife of Edward Fuller LCMZ-3M9
Samuel Fuller Son of Edward Fuller LCT5-CL3
Samuel Fuller LZV2-D62
Stephen Hopkins LVQ1-FMH
Elizabeth Fisher Elizabeth Hopkins Wife of Stephen Hopkins L5F1-4C9
Constance Hopkins Daughter of Stephen Hopkins LTGV-JVQ
Giles Hopkins Son of Stephen Hopkins L848-MF3
John Howland LZK8-1X7
Elizabeth Tilley Elizabeth Howland Wife of John Howland LZ8B-H42
John Tilley Father of Elizabeth Tilley L71L-S22
Joan Hurst Joan Tilley Wife of John Tilley L6LP-Q85
Richard More LB5Q-Y42
Degory Priest LYXM-V3F
Thomas Rogers LZG9-SMC
Joseph Rogers Son of Thomas Rogers K6QT-BK5
Henry Samson LCJG-5B8
George Soule 9V4Z-GD1
Myles Standish LVCG-3JV
Richard Warren KXML-7XC
William White D6XT-GJT
Susanna Jackson Susanna White Wife of William White LXSW-DDM
Resolved white Son of William White L5B7-N5K
Peregrine White Son of William White LS6Z-HZ3
Edward Winslow LCR8-TZ9

Full List of Mayflower Passengers[edit | edit source]