Oh, this one is a very sad tale. Humility's parents both died in 1620, likely over in Leiden, Holland. Her aunt, the wife of Edward Tilley took her in and she sufferred the Mayflower voyage to Plymouth where Edward and Agnes died the first winter.
Edwards brother, John Tilley, my 11th GGF would normally have taken the 2 year old in but for their own deaths that same winter. Humility was sent back to England - according to the Mayflowerhistory.com, in 1621 but some property records show her still in the colonies in 1627. None the less, she did go back to England by several accounts, was baptised at age 19, never married and had no children.
This is the tragic story of a baby who lost 3 sets of parents in her first 2 years, was shipped back and forth across the oceans in leaky ships and mostly disappeared in history. I keep her very sparsely cited record in my genealogy just out of sympathy for her life. She would have been, or was, my 1st cousin, 12 times removed.
I don't normally keep folks that aren't direct but I just couldn't let her be abandoned yet again. Sure hope there is somebody that can squeeze her in somewhere.