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The Mayflower

 

The Mayflower was a famous ship that transported the English/Leiden Separatists, better know as Pilgrims, from Plymouth, England to Plymouth, Massachusetts (which would become the capital of Plymouth Colony) in 1620. There were 102 passengers, including  and a crew of 25–30.

 

Our family has multiple connections to some the Mayflower passengers.

Who are we related to?


James Chilton

-->His daughter Isabella (Chilton) Chandler came over to the Colony around 1630. She is the 7th great-grandmother of Agnes Colista (Palmer) Shaver.

 

Francis Cooke

-->His daughter Jane (Cooke) Mitchell came over to the Colony in 1623 (aboard the Anne). She is the 7th great-grandmother of Agnes Colista (Palmer) Shaver.


George Soule

-->George is the 6th great-grandfather of Agnes Colista (Palmer) Shaver.

 

Peregrine White 

and William & Susanna White (his parents)
-->Peregine is the 5th great-grandfather of Agnes Colista (Palmer) Shaver.

 

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