PILGRIM HALL MUSEUMAmerica’s Oldest Continuous Museum – Located in Historic Plymouth Massachusettswww.pilgrimhallmuseum.orgCHILDREN ON THE MAYFLOWERHow many children were on the Mayflower? This seems like aneasy question but it is hard to answer!Let’s say we wanted to count every passenger on the ship whowas 18 years of age or younger. To figure out how old a personwas in 1620, when the Mayflower voyage took place, you wouldneed to know their date of birth. In some cases, though, therejust isn’t enough information!On this list, we’ve included passengers who were probably orpossibly age 18 or less. Some children were traveling with theirfamilies. Others came over as servants or apprentices. Stillothers were wards, or children in the care of guardians. Thereare 35 young people on the list. Some of them may have beenvery close to adulthood, like the servant Dorothy (last nameunknown), who was married in the early years of PlymouthColony. The list also includes Will Butten. He was a youth whodied during the voyage and never arrived to see land.This list includes very young children and even some babies!Oceanus Hopkins was born during the Mayflower’s voyage acrossthe Atlantic. The baby was given his unusual name as a result.Another boy, Peregrine White, was born aboard the ship while itwas anchored at Cape Cod harbor - his name means traveler or“pilgrim.”A good source for more information on Mayflower passengers isCaleb Johnson’s t.
MAYFLOWER KIDS BY AGE IN 1620*OCEANUS HOPKINS, AGE NEWBORNPEREGRINE WHITE, AGE NEWBORNSAMUEL EATON, AGE 1*HUMILITY COOPER, AGE 1DAMARIS HOPKINS, AGE 2*DESIRE MINTER, AGE 3,* SERVANTMARY ALLERTON, AGE 4*MARY MORE, AGE 4, WARDRESOLVED WHITE, AGE 5*REMEMBER ALLERTON, AGE 6*WRESTLING BREWSTER, AGE 6*RICHARD MORE, AGE 6, WARDBARTHOLOMEW ALLERTON, AGE 7*JASPER MORE, AGE 7, WARD[BOY UNKNOWN 1ST NAME] TURNER, AGE 7*ELLEN MORE, AGE 8, WARDLOVE BREWSTER, AGE 9*[BOY UNKNOWN 1ST NAME] TINKER, AGE 10*WILLIAM LATHAM, AGE 11,* SERVANTSAMUEL FULLER, AGE 12*GILES HOPKINS, AGE 12MARY CHILTON, AGE 13
JOHN COOKE, JR., AGE 13JOHN HOOKE, AGE 13,* APPRENTICEELIZABETH TILLEY, AGE 13FRANCIS BILLINGTON, AGE 14*CONSTANCE HOPKINS, AGE 14WILLIAM BUTTON, AGE 15,* SERVANT (DIED AT SEA)JOHN BILLINGTON, JR., AGE 16*HENRY SAMPSON, AGE 16JOSEPH ROGERS, AGE 17PRISCILLA MULLINS, AGE 17*JOSEPH MULLINS, AGE 18*JOHN CRACKSTON, JR., AGE 18*DOROTHY (NO LAST NAME), AGE 18,* SERVANT*We don’t know the specific date of birth for every Mayflowerpassenger. This age is estimated, based on currentlyavailable information.
MAYFLOWER KIDS BY LAST NAME WITH AGE IN 1620*ALLERTON, BARTHOLOMEW, AGE 7*ALLERTON, MARY, AGE 4*ALLERTON, REMEMBER, AGE 6*BILLINGTON, FRANCIS, AGE 14*BILLINGTON, JOHN JR., AGE 16*BREWSTER, LOVE, AGE 9*BREWSTER, WRESTLING, AGE 6*BUTTON, WILLIAM, AGE 15,* SERVANT (DIED AT SEA)CHILTON, MARY, AGE 13COOKE, JOHN JR., AGE 13COOPER, HUMILITY, AGE 1CRACKSTON, JOHN JR., AGE 18*DOROTHY (NO LAST NAME), AGE 18,* SERVANTEATON, SAMUEL, AGE 1*FULLER, SAMUEL, AGE 12*HOOKE, JOHN, AGE 13,* APPRENTICEHOPKINS, CONSTANCE, AGE 14HOPKINS, DAMARIS, AGE 2*HOPKINS, GILES, AGE 12HOPKINS, OCEANUS, AGE NEWBORNLATHAM, WILLIAM, AGE 11,* SERVANTMINTER, DESIRE, AGE 3,* SERVANT
MORE, ELLEN, AGE 8, WARDMORE, JASPER, AGE 7, WARDMORE, MARY, AGE 4, WARDMORE, RICHARD, AGE 6, WARDMULLINS, PRISCILLA, AGE 17*MULLINS, JOSEPH, AGE 18*ROGERS, JOSEPH, AGE 17SAMPSON, HENRY, AGE 16TILLEY, ELIZABETH, AGE 13TINKER, [BOY UNKNOWN 1ST NAME], AGE 10*TURNER, [BOY UNKNOWN 1ST NAME], AGE 7*WHITE, PEREGRINE, AGE NEWBORNWHITE, RESOLVED, AGE 5**We don’t know the specific date of birth for every Mayflowerpassenger. This age is estimated, based on currentlyavailable information.
resolved white, age 5* remember allerton, age 6* wrestling brewster, age 6* richard more, age 6, ward bartholomew allerton, age 7* jasper more, age 7, ward [boy unknown 1st name] turner, age 7* ellen more, age 8, ward love brewster, age 9* [boy unknown 1st name] tinker, age 10
A Key to the Pilgrim's Progress, by Adronicus, second edition, 1797. The Pilgrim's Progress, with original Notes, by the Rev. Thomas Scott, Birmingham and London, 1801. The Pilgrim's Progress with Life, by M'Nicoll and Dr. A. Clarke, 1809. The Pilgrim's Progress, with Historical and Practical Notes, by the Rev. J. Ivemy, Oxford, 1824.
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The Missouri Compact Newsletter of the Society of Mayflower Descendants in the State of Missouri From the Governor’s Quill What a wonderful year 2016 was for the Missouri Society of Mayflower Descend-ants! Through the hard work of countless members, our Society continued to grow and prosper with new faces, fresh ideas and
Here is the 1704 obituary of Peregrine White, who was born onboard the Mayflower in 1620. Boston Newsletter (Boston, Massachusetts) 24-31 July 1704, page 2. . Mayflower Ancestor: Richard Warren Boston Herald (Boston, Massachusetts), 26 October 1913, page 29 Adams, Kenneth F. (1919 - 1999)
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