Re: how do i find out if any of my ancestors were on the Mayflower

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I received the messages and saw the passenger list for the Mayflower. I was also told that my family tree was limited on here which it is but on the my heritage site my ancestors go way back to the 1300s which a lot of them I got from records, the LDS family search and family tree
in The Tree House by Kenneth Atwood G2G Rookie (250 points)

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You asked the same question twice.  You should close this one and check the answers on the other one.
by Stuart Ward G2G6 Mach 2 (24.8k points)
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If you start posting some of the additional names that you have in your family tree, so that Wikitree can assign a number to each one, your chances of discovering a Mayflower connection will increase.

Richard Warren is one of the more prolific Mayflower passengers. His designation is Warren-66 . You can see if he matches one of your ancestors using the Connection Finder at Wikitree.
by Frank Gill G2G Astronaut (1.9m points)
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Well I have Robert Bartlett and Mary Warren as my ancestors if that helps any
One of Richard Warren's daughters was Mary Warren who was born in England in 1610. Mary Warren married Robert Bartlett.

Richard Warren was the one who came over on the Mayflower. His wife and their daughters followed later.

Richard Warren and his wife had five daughters in England and they had  two sons in America. Mary was the first child. Abigail was the 5th daughter, and my ancestor.

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