The Mayflower left Harwich, England September 6, 1620  with her Master and Captain, Christopher Jones. Land was sighted November 9, 1620 and they landed on the 11th in Plymouth Harbor.

The Mayflower departed "Cape Cod" on April 5, 1621.

Passengers:

Alden John

      The ship's Cooper

          From Harwich, Essex, and Southampton, Hampshire, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Banks Mss. 36 pg 47 & 62

          A 'hopeful young man' hired at Southampton, married Priscilla Mullens and had eleven children. 8a pg xxvii

          Died 1687, Duxbury.  200

Allerton Issac

       From St Andrews Undershaft, London, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Banks Mss. 36 pg 98

           Chosen assistant to the governor. 8a pg xxv

       Remarried to Fear Brewster after Mary died.200

Allerton Mary Norris *

       From Newbury, England, married in Leiden, Holland, died Feb 25 1621. Part of Pilgrims who fled to Holland. 200

       Delivered stillborn son on board Dec 1620. 200

          Died in the first sickness. 8a pg xxv

Allerton Bartholomew

       Son of Issac and Mary, born in Holland. 200

       Married and died in England. 8a pg xxv

Allerton Remember

       Daughter of Issac and Mary, born in Holland. 200

          Married Moses Maverick in Salem, had three or four children. 8a pg xxv

Allerton Mary

       Daughter of Issac and Mary, probably born in Holland, died Nov 28 1699. 200

          Married Thomas Cushman at Plymouth, had four children. 8a pg xxv

Allerton, John *

       No comments. 8a Died the first winter.

          Probably relative of Issac Allerton, buried a child in Holland. Planned on returning to Holland to escort others over. 200

Billington John

      First to be hung 1630, for murder of John Newcomen

         From London and/or Austerfield, Yorkshire, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Bradford & Hunter. 36 pg 106

         Not from Leyden, or the Leyden Company, but from London. 8a pg xxvi

         From Lincolnshire 200

Billington Eleanor

       Wife, remarried a Gregory Armstrong. 200

Billington John

       Son, died in a few years, was gone before his father was hanged. 8a pg xxvi

          Serious troublemaker who wandered off to the Indians but 'rescued' by the Pilgrims.  200

Billington Francis

       Son, married and had eight children. 8a pg xxvi

           The son who shot off a musket inside the ship cabins.

          Married Widow Eaton (Francis Eaton's 3rd wife) and had nine children, both died 1684 in Middleboro. 200

          Daughter Rebekah was born June 8, 1647 Plymouth 4 pg 4

Bradford, William, Gov

       From Scrooby, Nott, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Savage. 36 pg 133 & 185

          Second governor, author of the history of the Plymouth Colony, loved to the year 1657. 8a pg xxv

          He had left a son in England to come afterwards - had four children by a second marriage. 8a pg xxv

Bradford Dorothy (May) *

       Wife of William

          Drowned Dec 7, 1620 at Cape Cod, Providetown Harbor. 200

          Died soon after their arrival. 8a pg xxv

Brewster, Elder William

       Ruling Elder, lived some twenty-three or four years after his arrival. 8a pg xxiv

Brewster Mary

       Wife

       Died between 1623 and 1627. 8a pg xxiv

Brewster, Love

       Married, lived to the year 1650, had four children. 8a pg xxiv

Brewster Wrestling

       Youngest son. 8a pg xxiv

Brittenridge, Richard *

       First to die after landing, died from sickness. 8a pg xxvii

          From Prittlewell, Essex, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Pilgrim Story. 36 pg 50

Browne, Peter

       From Billericay, Essex, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Banks Mss. 36 pg 39

          Lived fome fourteen years after, was twice married and left four children. 8a pg xxvii

          Died 1633.

Button, William *

       Died Nov 6, three days before land was sighted. 200

       Servant for Samuel Fuller, died on the passage.  8a pg xxv

Carter, Robert *

       Servant to shoemaker William Mullens

         Died the first winter. 8a pg xxv

Carver, John *

       From Doncaster, Yorkshire, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Banks Mss. 36 pg 186

          Chosen first Governor at Cape Cod, died the first spring. 8a pg xxiv

Carver Katherine (Leggett)(White), wife *

       Dies a few weeks after her husband, in early summer. 8a pg xxiv

Chilton, James *

       From Canterbury, Kent, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Banks Mss. 36 pg 77

          Died in the first sickness. 8a pg xxvi

          Another married daughter came afterward.

Chilton Mrs *

       Wife, died in the first sickness. 8a pg xxvi

Chilton, Mary

       Daughter, married and had nine children. 8a pg xxvi

Clarke, Richard *

       Died from sickness. 8a pg xxvii

Cooke Francis

       Lived until after 1650. His wife and children came afterward, they had 6 or more children. 8a pg xxvi

Cooke John

       Son, married and had four children. 8a pg xxvi

Cooper, Humility

       Cousin of Edward and Ann Tilley. Returned to England. 8a pg xxvi

Crackstone, John *

         Died in the first sickness. 8a pg xxv

Crackstone John *

        Son, died soon after his father. 8a pg xxv

Doty, Edward

        From St Mary le Strand, London, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Banks Mss. 36 pg 102

         Servant, had 7 children by second marriage. After his term of service went to Virginia. 8a pg xxvi

Eaton, Francis

       From Bristol, Gloucestershire, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Banks Mss. 36 pg 55

          Had three children by a third marriage. 8a pg xxvii

Eaton Sarah *

      Wife, died in the first winter. 8a pg xxvii

Eaton Samuel

       Son, married, had one child. 8a pg xxvii

Ely Mr.

          Hired hand ret to England

          One of the two seamen hired to remain a year, possibly why counts are off.

English, Thomas *

         Hired hand, no comment in  8a.

Fletcher, Moses *

         From Sandwich, Kent, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Banks Mss. 36 pg 82

         Died from sickness. 8a pg xxvii

Fuller, Edward *

         Died in the first sickness. 8a pg xxvi

Fuller Mrs. Edward *

         Wife, died in the first sickness. 8a pg xxvi

Fuller Samuel

         Son , married and had four children. 8a pg xxvi

Fuller, Doctor Samuel

         From Redenhall, Norfolk, bound for Plymouth. Ref: NEGR 55/193. 36 pg 121

         The physician. His wife and child remained, and came afterwards. They had two more children. 8a pg xxv

Gardinar, Richard *

         Became a seaman and died abroad. 8a pg xxvii

Goodman, John *

         Died from sickness. 8a pg xxvii

Holbeck, William *

         Servant to William White

         Died soon after landing. 8a pg xxv

Hooke, John *

         Servant to Issac Allerton

         Died in the first sickness. 8a pg xxv

Hopkins Stephen

          From Wotton Edge, Gloucestershire, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Banks Mss. 36 pg 59

          and from St Mary Whitechapel, London, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Banks Mss. 36 pg 102

         Lived over twenty years after their arrival, had a son and four daughters born in this country. 8a pg xxv

Hopkins Elizabeth Fisher

         Wife, Lived over twenty years after their arrival, had a son and four daughters born in this country. 8a pg xxv

Hopkins Giles

        Son by first marriage, had four children. 8a pg xxv

Hopkins Constance,

         Daughter by first marriage, had 12 children. 8a pg xxv

Hopkins Damaris

         Son 8a pg xxv

Hopkins Oceanus

      Born en route 8a pg xxv

Howland John

         From London, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Bradford. 36 pg 107

         Man Servant, afterwards married the daughter of John Tillie, and had ten children. 8a pg xxiv

Langmore, John *

       Servant to Christopher Martin

       Died soon after their arrival. 8a pg xxv

Latham, William

       A Boy, after more than twenty years, visited England anf died at the Bahama Islands. 8a pg xxiv

Leister, Edward *

Margesson, Edmund *

       Died from sickness. 8a pg xxvii

Martin, Christopher *

       From Billericay, Essex, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Banks Mss. 36 pg 39

       Died soon after their arrival. 8a pg xxv

Martin Mary (Prower) *

       Wife, died soon after their arrival. 8a pg xxv

Minter, Desire

       Part of Carver household, ret to her friends, in poor health, to England and died 8a pg xxiv

More, Ellen *

       Aged 8, daughter of Katherine More, Shipton, Shropshire. Died the first winter. 200

       Elinor, from Shipton, Shropshire, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Parish Reg. 36 pg 137

       A little girl placed in the Winslow' family, sister of Richard More who died soon after their arrival. 8a pg xxv

More Jasper *

       Aged 7, son of Katherine More, Shipton, Shropshire, died Dec 6, 1620 on board. 200

       From Shipton, Shropshire, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Parish Reg. 36 pg 137

       Spelled Moore, died the first season. 8a

More Richard

       Aged 6, son of Katherine More, Shipton, Shropshire 200

       From Shipton, Shropshire, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Parish Reg. 36 pg 137

       Placed with the Brewster family. Richard married and had four or more children. 8a pg xxiv

More Mary *

       Aged 4, daughter of Katherine More, Shipton, Shropshire 200

       Placed with the Brewster family.  Died the first winter.

Mullens William

       From Stroke near Guildford, Surrey, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Banks Mss. 36 pg 170

       Died the first winter. 8a pg xxv

Mullens Alice *

       Wife, died the first winter. 8a pg xxv

Mullens Priscilla, daughter

       Married John Alden

Mullins Joseph *

       Son, died the first winter. 8a pg xxv

Priest, Degory *

       From London, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Banks Mss. 36 pg 104

       Spelled Digerie, died from sickness. 8a pg xxvii

       His wife, the sister of Mr. Allerton, and her children acame afterwards. 8a pg xxvii

Prower, Solomon *

       From Billericay, Essex, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Bradford. 36 pg 39

       Servant to Christopher Martin     

       Died soon after their arrival. 8a pg xxv

Rigsdale, John *

       Died in the first sickness. 8a pg xxvi

Rigsdale Alice *

       Wife, died in the first sickness. 8a pg xxvi

Rogers, Thomas *

       From Great St Bartholomew, London, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Banks Mss. 36 pg 99

       Died in the first sickness. 8a pg xxvi

       His other children came afterward and had families.  8a pg xxvi

Rogers Joseph

       Son, living in 1650, married and had 6 children. 8a pg xxvi

Samson, Henry

       From St Andrews Undershaft, London, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Banks Mss. 36 pg 98

       Cousin of Edward and Ann Tilley, had seven children. 8a pg xxvi

Soule, George

       From Eckington Worcestershire, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Soule Gen. 36 pg 184

       Servant in Winslow's family, married and had eight children. 8a pg xxiv

       His will read, in a nutshell, if my son bothers my daughter, she gets everything.

Standish Myles

       Lived to the year 1656, chief in military affairs. 8a pg xxv

       Had four sons living in 1650 by a second marriage. 8a pg xxv

Standish Rose *

       Wife, died in the first sickness. 8a pg xxv

Story, Elias *

       Servant to John Winslow

       Died in the first sickness 8a pg xxiv

Thompson, Edward *

       Servant to William White

       Died soon after landing. 8a pg xxv

Tilley, Edward *

       Tillie, died soon after their arrival. 8a pg xxvi

Tilley Ann (Cooper) *

       Wife, died soon after their arrival.  8a pg xxvi

Tilley John *

       Brother to Edward

       Died soon after he came on shore. 8a pg xxvi

Tilley Joan Hurst Rogers *

       Wife, died soon after she came on shore. 8a pg xxvi

Tilley Elizabeth

       Daughter. married John Howland. 8a pg xxvi

Tinker, Thomas *

       Died in the first sickness. 8a pg xxvi

Tinker Mrs. Thomas *

       Wife, died in the first sickness. 8a pg xxvi

Tinker son *

       Died in the first sickness.  8a pg xxvi

Trevore, William

       Hired shipman ret to England

       One of the two seamen hired to stay a year, possibly why the counts are off. 8a pg xxvii

Turner, John *

       From Doncaster, Yorkshire, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Banks Mss. 36 pg 186

       Died in the first sickness. 8a pg xxvi

       A daughter came afterward to Salem and married there. 8a pg xxvi

Turner *

       Son, name unknown, died in the first sickness. 8a pg xxvi

Turner *

       Son, name unknown, died in the first sickness. 8a pg xxvi

Richard Warren

       From Shoreditch, S Leonard, Middlesex, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Morton. 36 pg 111

       His wife and five daughters were left, and came over afterwards. They also had two sons, the daughters married here. 8a pg xxvi

White, William *

       From Beaminster, Dorsetshire, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Banks Mss. 36 pg 30

       Died soon after landing. 8a pg xxv

White Susanna

       Wife m2 Edward Winslow

White Resolved

       Son, married and had five children 8a pg xxv

White, Peregrine

       Son, born Dec on board (at Cape Cod after landing) married and had 2 children before 1650. 8a pg xxv

Wilder, Roger *

       Servant to John Carver

       Man servant, died in the first sickness. 8a pg xxiv

Williams, Thomas *

       Died from sickness. 8a pg xxvii

Winslow, Edward

       From Droitwich Worcestershire, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Savage. 36 pg 184

       Afterward chosen governor, died in 1655, when on a commission to the West Indies. Left two children by second marriage. 8a pg xxiv

Winslow Elizabeth (Barker) *

       Wife

       Died the first winter. 8a pg xxiv

Winslow, Gilbert

       Ret to England, died there (From Droitwich Worcestershire, bound for Plymouth. Ref: Pope. 36 pg 184

       After living here a number of years, returned to England. 8a pg xxvii

Dorothy, maidservant of John Carver ?

Captain Christopher Jones, Master, partial owner of the ship

John Clarke, first mate or first officer (later received land assignment in Virginia, going there in 1623)

Robert Coppin, a mate

Giles Heale, Surgeon

Jones was buried March 5, 1621/2, at Rotherhithe, Surrey, England, his birthplace.

Both Clarke and Coppin had been in America before.

William Trevore was a hired hand, who left on the Fortune on December 13, 1621 and later mastered the William.

Total of 102 passengers

* 54 died on board, immediately after, during the first sickness and/or winter, or within the first year

45 remained and survived.