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OF THE MAYFLOWER SOCIETY

Any person able to document their direct descent from one or more of the following people may apply to the Society of Mayflower Descendants. Descent by adoption or step-parent does not qualify. Descendants do not have to have lived in the US. These are all passengers as there are no known descendants of the crew. Approximately one half of the Mayflower 1620 passengers died without leaving descendants.

John Alden

Bartholomew Allerton

Isaac Allerton

Mary (Norris) Allerton

Mary Allerton

Remember Allerton

Elinor Billington

Francis Billington

John Billington

William Bradford

Love Brewster

Mary Brewster

William Brewster

Peter Browne

James Chilton

Mrs. James Chilton

Mary Chilton

Francis Cooke

John Cooke

Edward Doty

Francis Eaton

Samuel Eaton

Sarah Eaton

Moses Fletcher

Edward Fuller

Mrs. Edward Fuller

Samuel Fuller

Samuel Fuller (son of Edward)

Constance Hopkins

Elizabeth (Fisher) Hopkins

Giles Hopkins

Stephen Hopkins

John Howland

Richard More

Priscilla Mullins

William Mullins

Degory Priest

Joseph Rogers  

Thomas Rogers Henry Samson

George Soule

Myles Standish

Elizabeth Tilley

John Tilley

Joan (Hurst) Tilley

Richard Warren

Peregrine White

Resolved White

Susanna White

William White Edward Winslow

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ACCEPTABLE SOURCES FOR PROOFS USED IN THE FINAL APPLICATION:

These are suggestions and other items may be used and are approved on an individual basis. Copies of official records such as marriage licenses do not need to be certified.

The Mayflower Society "Silver Books" of the first five generations of Mayflower passengers.
Vital Records of Birth, Marriage and Death
Court Records
Bible and Church Records
Marriage Bonds or Licenses
Cemetery Records and Mortality Schedules (with some Federal Census Records)
Probate Records
Obituaries
Land Records: Deeds or Property Distributions
Guardianship & Orphans Records
Contemporary Family Letters, Diaries, Doctors’ Day Books
Tax Lists
Pension and Military Records
Federal and State Census Records (1850 and after)
Mortician Records
Gravestone Photos
Published Family Histories
County Histories Genealogy Society Periodicals

Sources not acceptable are genealogies from other types of socities such as the DAR and family trees.