upload image

The Mayflower Descendant

Privacy Level: Open (White)
Date: [unknown] [unknown]
Location: [unknown]
Surname/tag: Mayflower
Profile manager: Rick Pierpont private message [send private message]
This page has been accessed 4,408 times.

Other: Sources

The Mayflower Descendant

A Quarterly Magazine of Pilgrim Genealogy and History

"Mayflower Descendant has been published by the Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants since 1899. It is an essential source of information on many New England families, and its focus is not limited to those with Mayflower lineage. The journal includes transcriptions and abstracts of deeds, wills, vital records, and other original documents. In addition, it features compiled genealogies and analytical studies of genealogical problems."
  • published by The Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants, Boston, 1899-
  • was not published in 1936 or between 1938 and 1984
  • In 2015, New England Historic Genealogical Society assumed stewardship of "The Mayflower Descendant".
  • Source Example:
<span id='TMD'></span>''[[Space:The Mayflower Descendant|The Mayflower Descendant]]'' (Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants, Boston)
  • Inline Citation Example:
<ref>[[#TMD|Mayflower Descendant]]: Vol. 2, Page 123</ref>

Available online at these locations:

  • All:
  • Vol. 14-23
  • Vol. 1 (1899)
  • Vol. 2 (1900)
  • Vol. 3 (1901)
  • Vol. 4 (1902)
  • Vol. 5 (1903)
  • Vol. 6 (1904)
  • Vol. 7 (1905)
  • Vol. 8 (1906)
  • Vol. 9 (1907)
  • Vol. 10 (1908)
  • Vol. 10 & 11
  • Vol. 11 (1909)
  • Vol. 11 & 12
  • Vol. 12 (1910)
  • Vol. 12 & 13
  • Vol. 13 (1911)
  • Vol. 13 & 14
  • Vol. 14 (1912)
  • Vol. 14 & 15
  • Vol. 15 (1913)
  • Vol. 15 & 16
  • Vol. 16 (1914)
  • Vol. 17 (1915)
  • Vol. 17 & 18
  • Vol. 18 (1916)
  • Vol. 18 & 19
  • Vol. 19 (1917)
  • Vol. 19 & 20
  • Vol. 20 (1918)
  • Vol. 21 (1919)
  • Vol. 21 & 22
  • Vol. 22 (1920)
  • Vol. 23 (1921)
  • Vol. 23 & 24
  • Vol. 24 (1922)
  • Vol. 32 (1934)

Table of Contents

  • Volume 63, Issue 1: Spring 2014
  • Message From The Editor, Page 3
  • The Brewster Book, Page 5
  • The 17th-Century Marshfield Town Records, Page 14
  • Marriage And Children of Anna6 Hills: Descendant of John Howland, Page 21
  • Dartmouth Town Records Through 1691, Page 27
  • John6 Billington of Middleboro and Brookfield, Massachusetts, Page 39
  • Notable Mayflower Descendants: Alice Hathaway (Lee) Roosevelt And Alice Lee (Roosevelt) Longworth, Page 64
  • The Unpublished Portions of The Town of Bridgewater's 'Book of Comical Records' To 1692, Page 85
  • The Family of Thomas5 and Lois (Cass) Rowley: Additional Insights From Westfield Town Records, Page 99
  • Additions And Corrections To Mayflower Families, Page 102
  • Volume 63, Issue 2: Autumn 2014
  • Message From The Editor, Page 105
  • The Brewster Book, Page 107
  • The 17th-Century Marshfield Town Records, Page 111
  • Giles Heale: New Records of The Mayflower's Surgeon in English Records, Page 117
  • The Long Lost Portrait of Myles Standish, Page 138
  • John Cooper Barnstable, Nephew of Sabin Staresmore, Page 150
  • John2 Soule Deed From 1693, Page 173
  • The Parent's of Sarah (Orcutt) Carpenter of Connecticut and Vermont, Page 176
  • Notable Mayflower Descendants: Amelia Earhart, Page 179
  • Notable Mayflower Descendants: Priscilla And Lisa Marie Presley, Page 206
  • Who Was Joanna Swinnerton of New Haven?, Page 214
  • John Howland Indenture, 1623, Page 225
  • Scrooby Manor, A Correction, Page 232
  • Seen Elsewhere, Page 236
  • Index, Page 238




Collaboration
  • Login to edit this profile and add images.
  • Private Messages: Send a private message to the Profile Manager. (Best when privacy is an issue.)
  • Public Comments: Login to post. (Best for messages specifically directed to those editing this profile. Limit 20 per day.)
Comments: 10

Leave a message for others who see this profile.
There are no comments yet.
Login to post a comment.
Trying to prove lineage from Edward Fuller 1575-1621 (dies during the first winter in Plymouth colony) who was the 21st signer of the Mayfower compact. His son, Matthew Fuller (1603-july 1678) has the GSMD symbol in My Heritage and came over later, possibly delayed for his education. He was a surgeon, the first regular physician who settled in Barnstable. Also served under Miles Standish. Wife was Frances Hyde b1605-d1678.

John Fuller (Matthew's son, 1631-1692), He also was a doctor; wife Bethiah who died before 24 Mar 1686/7). Lydia Fuller (1675-1755), John's daughter marries Joseph Dimock.

posted by Carol Hodes
Richard Warren

s. National Warren 1624 s. Captain James Warren 1665 d. Alice Warren 1695 d. Hannah Ford 1615 s. David Raynor 1740 d. Elizabeth L. Raynor 1781 d. Sarah Naomi Breese 1819 s. John Frank Breese Clark 1856 s. Earl Frank Clark 1891 d. Virginia Byrd Clark Marriott 1922 s. Geoffrey Mark Marriott 1954 d. Kelli R. Marriott 1979

How exciting! On the anniversary year at that! Hello! My name is kelli and my Cousin Caitlyn Marriott and I have been working hard the last few months and I believe it has paid off! :)

posted by Kelli Marriott
thomas hunter im descendant of myle standish throuh the allen line and thurston
posted by Tom Allen Hunter
i am a descendant of John Howland and Elizabeth Tilley
Dave, I don't know what you mean by "Your html". I don't see anything unusual at the top of this page.
posted by Rick Pierpont
Your html is showing in the top of the page
posted by David Martin
I am a descendant of John Chipman and Hope Howland who im pretty sure were on the Mayflower.
posted by Lynne Shanahan
I am a descendant of Capt. John Gorham and Desire Gorham born Howland, dau. of John Howland and Elizabeth Tilley.

Olan L. Smith, s/o Louise Lowry Smith born Wescott and Walter W. Smith, Sr.,

d/o Mary Louise Wescott born Lowry and Elliot James Wescott,

d/o Gray H. Lowry and Allie Hammett

s/o Thomas Gorham Lowry Mary A. Haines,

s/o Nancy Malina Gorham & Dr. John J. Lowry,

d/o of Thomas Jefferson Gorham* (1768-1833) & Sara W. "Sallie" Suggs m. married Thomas GORHAM Jr. on 5 Oct 1795 in Davidson Co., TN.

Thomas Gorham Sr. (1735-1814) & Margaret Cotton

s/o John Gorham and Mary Kirkam

s/o Joseph Gorham b. 1652 d. 1726 and Sarah Gorham born Sturgis

s/o John Gorham (1621-1675) m. Desire Howland

posted by Olan Smith
What was the name of the lost pilgrims? I did a little research and I think they were, Godwin's.
posted by Paula (Davidson) Plunk
This is a very helpful page. I added the category for Mayflower Project so that it would be displayed with the other source entries for the project. Thanks, Becky Syphers
posted by Becky (Nally) Syphers