What ships are included in the Mayflower project?

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I have come across a ship named the Thomas and John owned by Thomas Moore and John Budd of Southold now Suffolk County, New York.  They sold shares.  It was built in England.  Budd also bequeathed the ship speedwell to Family.
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I thought the Mayflower Project was just the Mayflower and the rest fell under the Puritan Great Migration????
Mayflower Project is passengers of the Mayflower (spouses, children and grandchildren and a few great grandchildren born before 1700.) Other ships are not included in the Mayflower Project although some of the persons who fall into the category (like wives who sailed on the Anne) might be included. Persons arriving between 1620 (excluding Mayflower) and 1640 in New England are part of the Puritan Great Migration Project.

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The Fortune (1621) and the Anne and Little James (both 1623) were all early arrivals, and in some cases included family members of Mayflower passengers.

This site lists many early ships to the colonies with date/port of departure and arrival. https://www.packrat-pro.com/ships/shiplist.htm

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