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Mayflower Passenger List

Members of the Leiden, Holland Congregation

List of Mayflower passengers at the National Monument to the Forefathers

Note: An asterisk on a name indicates those who died in the winter of 1620–21.

  • Allerton, Isaac (possibly Suffolk).
    • Mary (Norris) Allerton*, wife (Newbury, Berkshire)
    • Bartholomew Allerton, 7, son (Leiden, Holland).
    • Remember Allerton, 5, daughter (Leiden).
    • Mary Allerton, 3, daughter (Leiden). She died in 1699, the last surviving Mayflower passenger.
  • Bradford, William (Austerfield, Yorkshire).
    • Dorothy (May) Bradford*, wife (Wisbech, Isle of Ely, Cambridgeshire).
  • Brewster, William (possibly Nottingham).
    • Mary Brewster, wife.
    • Love/Truelove Brewster, 9, son (Leiden).
    • Wrestling Brewster, 6, son (Leiden).
  • Carver, John (possibly Yorkshire).
    • Katherine (Leggett) (White) Carver, wife (probably Sturton-le-Steeple, Nottinghamshire).
  • Chilton, James* (Canterbury, Kent).
    • Mrs. (James) Chilton*, wife.
    • Mary Chilton, 13, daughter (Sandwich, Kent).
  • Cooke, Francis.
    • John Cooke, 13, son (Leiden).
  • Cooper, Humility, 1, (probably Leiden) baby daughter of Robert Cooper, in company of her aunt Ann Cooper Tilley, wife of Edward Tilley
  • Crackstone/Crackston, John* (possibly Colchester, Essex).
    • John Crackstone, son.
  • Fletcher, Moses* (Sandwich, Kent).
  • Fuller, Edward* (Redenhall, Norfolk).
    • Mrs. (Edward) ____Fuller*, wife.
    • Samuel Fuller, 12, son.
  • Fuller, Samuel (Redenhall, Norfolk), (brother to Edward).
  • Goodman, John (possibly Northampton).
  • Priest, Degory*
  • Rogers, Thomas* (Watford, Northamptonshire).
    • Joseph Rogers, 17, son (Watford, Northamptonshire).
  • Samson, Henry, 16, (Henlow, Bedfordshire) child in company of his uncle and aunt Edward and Ann Tilley.
  • Tilley, Edward* (Henlow, Bedfordshire)
    • Ann (Cooper) Tilley* (Henlow, Bedfordshire) wife of Edward and aunt of Humility Cooper and Henry Samson.
  • Tilley, John* (Henlow, Bedfordshire).
    • Joan (Hurst) (Rogers) Tilley*, wife (Henlow, Bedfordshire).
    • Elizabeth Tilley, 13, daughter (Henlow, Bedfordshire).
  • Tinker, Thomas* (possibly Norfolk).
    • Mrs. Thomas Tinker*, wife.
    • boy Tinker*, son, died in the winter of 1620.
  • Turner, John* (possibly Norfolk).
    • boy Turner*, son, died in the winter of 1620.
    • boy Turner*, younger son. died in the winter of 1620.
  • White, William* William White’s sister Bridget was John Robinson’s wife. John Robinson was Pastor of the Pilgrim Fathers leading the Separatists since his days at college at Cambridge
    • Susanna White, wife, widowed February 21, 1621. She subsequently married Pilgrim Edward Winslow.
    • Resolved White, 5, son, wife was Judith Vassal.
    • Peregrine White, son. Born on board the Mayflower in Cape Cod Harbor in late November 1620. First European born to the Pilgrims in America.
  • Williams, Thomas
  • Winslow, Edward (Droitwich, Worcestershire).
    • Elizabeth (Barker) Winslow, wife.

Servants of the Leiden Congregation[edit]

  • Butten, William* (possibly Nottingham), “a youth”, indentured servant of Samuel Fuller, died during the voyage. He was the first passenger to die on November 16, three days before Cape Cod was sighted.
  • ____, Dorothy, teenager, maidservant of John Carver.
  • Hooke, John*, (probably Norwich, Norfolk) age 13, apprenticed to Isaac Allerton, died during the first winter.
  • Howland, John, (Fenstanton, Huntingdonshire), about 21, manservant and executive assistant for Governor John Carver.
  • Latham, William, (possibly Lancashire), age 11, servant and apprentice to the John Carver family.
  • Minter, Desire, (Norwich, Norfolk), a servant of John Carver whose parents died in Leiden.
  • More, Ellen (Elinor)*, (Shipton, Shropshire), age 8, assigned as a servant of Edward Winslow. She died from illness sometime in November 1620 soon after the arrival of Mayflower in Cape Cod harbor and likely was buried ashore there in an unmarked grave.
  • More, Jasper*, (Shipton, Shropshire), age 7, indentured to John Carver. He died from illness on board Mayflower on December 6, 1620, and likely was buried ashore on Cape Cod in an unmarked grave.
  • More, Richard, (Shipton, Shropshire), age 6, indentured to William Brewster. He is buried in the Charter Street Burial Ground in Salem, Massachusetts. He is the only Mayflower passenger to have his gravestone still where it was originally placed sometime in the mid-1690s. Also buried nearby in the same cemetery were his wives Christian Hunter More and Jane (Crumpton) More.[28][29]
  • More, Mary*, (Shipton, Shropshire), age 4, assigned as a servant of William Brewster. She died sometime in the winter of 1620/1621. She and her sister Ellen are recognized on the Pilgrim Memorial Tomb in Plymouth.
  • Soule, George, (possibly Bedfordshire), 21–25, servant or employee of Edward Winslow.
  • Story, Elias*, age under 21, in the care of Edward Winslow.
  • Wilder, Roger*, age under 21, a servant in the John Carver family.

Passengers recruited by Thomas Weston, of London Merchant Adventurers[edit]

  • Billington, John (possibly Lancashire).
    • Eleanor Billington, wife.
    • John Billington, 16, son.
    • Francis Billington, 14, son.
  • Britteridge, Richard* (possibly Sussex).
  • Browne, Peter (Dorking, Surrey).
  • Clarke, Richard*
  • Eaton, Francis (Bristol, Gloucestershire/Somerset).
    • Sarah Eaton*, wife.
    • Samuel Eaton, 1, son.
  • Gardiner, Richard (Harwich, Essex).
  • Hopkins, Stephen (Upper Clatford, Hampshire).
    • Elizabeth (Fisher) Hopkins, wife.
    • Giles Hopkins, 12, son by first marriage (Hursley, Hampshire).
    • Constance Hopkins, 14, daughter by first marriage (Hursley, Hampshire).
    • Damaris Hopkins, 1–2, daughter. (She died soon in Plymouth Colony and her parents later had another daughter with the same name.)
    • Oceanus Hopkins, born on board the Mayflower while en route to the New World.
  • Margesson, Edmund* (possibly Norfolk).
  • Martin, Christopher* 38 (Great Burstead, Essex). Mayflower Governor & Purchasing Agent.
    • Mary (Prowe) Martin*, wife.
  • Mullins, William* (Dorking, Surrey).
    • Alice Mullins*, wife.
    • Priscilla Mullins, 18, daughter.
    • Joseph Mullins*, 14, son.
  • Prowe, Solomon* (Billericay, Essex). Son of Mary Prowe
  • Rigsdale, John* (possibly Lincolnshire).
    • Alice Rigsdale*, wife.
  • Standish, Myles (Standish, Wigan, Lancashire). Military Expert for Colony.
    • Rose Standish*, wife.
  • Warren, Richard (Hertford, England).
  • Winslow, Gilbert (Droitwich, Worcestershire), brother to Pilgrim Edward Winslow but not known to have lived in Leiden.

Servants of Merchant Adventurers passengers[edit]

  • Carter, Robert*, (possibly Surrey), teenager, servant or apprentice to William Mullins, shoemaker.
  • Doty, Edward, (possibly Lincolnshire) age probably about 21, servant to Stephen Hopkins.
  • Holbeck, William*, age likely under 21, servant to William White.
  • Langemore, John*, age under 21, servant to Christopher Martin.
  • Leister, Edward also spelled Leitster, (possibly vicinity of London), aged over 21, servant to Stephen Hopkins.
  • Thompson (or Thomson), Edward*, age under 21, in the care of the William White family, the first passenger to die after the Mayflower reached Cape Cod.

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