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Resolved White

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Nederland
Death: Died in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts
Place of Burial: Marshfield, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of William White, "Mayflower" Passenger and Susanna Winslow, "Mayflower" Passenger
Husband of Judith White and Abigail White
Father of William White; John White; Samuel White, Sr; Sylvannus White; Resolved White, Jr. and 5 others
Brother of Peregrine White, "Mayflower" Passenger
Half brother of Infant Winslow; Edward Winslow, III; John Winslow; Josiah Winslow, Governor of Plymouth Colony and Elizabeth Curwen (Winslow)

Occupation: Planter
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About Resolved White, "Mayflower" Passenger

Resolved WHITE - RIN:18524 (William ) was born on 9 Sep 1616. He died on 19 Sep 1687 in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts.

   [Notes] 

Resolved married (1) Judith VASSALL - RIN:9703 daughter of William VASSALL Pilgrim of The Blessing - RIN:5413 and Ann KING - RIN:198 on 5 Nov 1640 in Scituate, Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts. Judith was born about 1619 in Stepheny, Middlesex County, England. She died on 3 Apr 1670 in Marshfield, Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts.

They had the following children:

  • 4 M i William WHITE - RIN:32784 was born on 18 Apr 1642 in Scituate, Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts.
  • 5 M ii John WHITE - RIN:16276 was born on 11 Mar 1643/1644 in Scituate, Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts.
  • + 6 M iii Samuel WHITE - RIN:13198 was born on 13 Mar 1645/1646. He died on 20 Sep 1720.
  • 7 M iv Resolved WHITE - RIN:32783 was born on 12 Nov 1647 in Scituate, Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts. He died in 1670 in Marshfield, Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts.
  • 8 F v Anna WHITE - RIN:18176 was born on 5 Jun 1649 in Scituate, Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts.
  • 9 F vi Elizabeth WHITE - RIN:28703 was born on 4 Jun 1652 in Scituate, Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts.
  • 10 M vii Josiah WHITE - RIN:10166 was born on 29 Sep 1654 in Scituate, Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts.
  • 11 F viii Susannah WHITE - RIN:26430 was born in 1656 in Scituate, Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts

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Resolved married (2) Abigail LORD - RIN:11785 on 5 Oct 1674 in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts.


Passenger on the Mayflower


Came over from England on The Mayflower


Mayflower


Resolved White came to America with his parents on the Mayflower in 1620. See Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Volume Thirteen, Third Edition, published by General Society of Mayflower Descendants 2006.


Resolved White was the son of William White and Susannah Fuller.1,2 On 5 November 1640 in Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Resolved married Judith Vassall.2 On 5 October 1674 in Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Resolved married Abigail Lord.2 Resolved White died about 1680.2

Children of Resolved White and Judith Vassall

   * William White (18 Apr 1642 - )2
   * John White (11 Mar 1644 - )2
   * Samuel White (13 Mar 1646 - )2
   * Resolved White (12 Nov 1647 - 1670)2
   * Anna White (5 Jun 1649 - )2
   * Elizabeth White+ (4 Jun 1652 - )1,2
   * Josiah White (29 Sep 1654 - )2
   * Susannah White (1656 - )2

Citations

  1. McTeer, Frances Davis and Frederick C. Warner. "Descendants of Reuben Powers of Shutesbury, Mass", The New England Historical and Genealogical Register (October 1969).
  2. Landis, John T. Mayflower Descendants and Their Marriages. 1922. Reprint Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1985.

Resolve was born in Leyden, Holland and came with his father William, mother Anna (nee Fuller) on the Mayflower to America. His father William died in the first year and Anna then married the second governor or Mass., Edward Winslow


Resolved White came on the maiden voyage of the Mayflower at about the age of five, with parents William and Susanna White. He was raised by step-father Edward Winslow following the death of his father William and remarriage of his mother in 1621. They moved to Marshfield in the 1630s, and later moved to Scituate . April 8, 1640 Resolved married Judith Vassall, the daughter of William and Ann (King) Vassall. Resolved White's stepfather Edward Winslow wrote a pamphlet in 1647 entitled New England's Salamander Discovered, where the notorious and slanderous "salamander" was apparently William Vassall the father of his daughter-in-law.

Resolved died about 1680 and Judith died April 3, 1670. They had six children:

1. William White born April 10, 1642;

2. Jon White born March 11, 1644;

3. Samuel White born March 13, 1646,

4. Resolve White born November 12, 1647;

5. Anna White born June 4, 1649;

6. Elizabeth White born June 4, 1652.

Resolved White moved his family back to Marshfield in the early 1660s, and Judith died and was buried there on 3 April 1670.

Resolved then remarried to the widowed Abigail Lord in 1674 in Salem, MA. He was a soldier in King Philip's War of 1676, and became a freeman in Salem in 1680 before moving back to Marshfield a couple years later. He died sometime not too long after 1687, presumably in Marshfield.


Resolved White was born circa 1615 at Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands.1 He was the son of William White and Susanna White, Mrs..1 Resolved White accompanied the immigration of William White between 6 September 1620 and 11 November 1620 to Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts; Onboard the Mayflower. Resolved White married Judith Vassall, daughter of William Vassall and Ann Vassall, Mrs., on 5 November 1640 at Scituate, Massachusetts; His 1st.1 Resolved White married Abigail Lord on 5 October 1674 at Salem, Massachusetts; His 2nd.1 Resolved White died after 19 September 1687.


brother of Parigrine White who was born on the Mayflower


Resolved White came to America as a boy of 6 years with his parents William and Susanna (Fuller) White, on the Mayflower (per Descendants of Lawrence and Cassandra Southwick of Salem, MA).

After the death of his father and the subsequent remarriage of his mother to Edward Winslow of Droitwich, England, he and his brother went to live with his stepfather and his children. It is likely that he moved with his stepfather and family to Marshfield 1637. He was 22 at the time. He did not stay with them long however. In 1638, he is shown as owning lands in Scituate half a mile south of the harbor. He later sold these lands to Lt. Isaac Buck. Scituate is about 10 miles north of Marshfield.

He appeared on the List of those able to bear arms in New Plymouth for Scituate in 1643 along with his father-in-law, Wm. Vassal and his brother-in-law, John Vassal.

Resolved was one of the last 3 Mayflower survivors in 1690 - he died later that year. He is probably buried in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts.

In 1640, the same year that they were married, the Court at Plymouth set off to Resolved 100 acres of land adjoining his fther-in-law's property. In 1662, he sold this land and moved to Marshfield where he settled near his mother and brother, Peregrine, on the South River.

Of their eight children, only William remained in Marshfield. All the rest moved out of the area, some even to Barbadoes where their grandfather Vassal's family lived. Resolved had been one of the original 26 purchasers of the first precinct of Middleboro in 1662 from the Indian Chief Wampatuck, and it is probable that some of his children took up these holdings.

He went to Barbadoes to look after his father-in-law's estates after the old gentleman died.

Resolved White of Scituate in New Plymouth in New England, gentleman, and his wife Judith, daughter of William Vassall of this Island, Esq., sell to Nicholas Ware of St. Michael's, merchant, all of his one fifth of two thirds of William Vassall's plantation in St. Michael's, on the west side of the gulf or river [ i.e. the river that rund through Bridgetown ], and all other lands inherited from said Vassal except that land where Vassal formerly lived in New England, lying in the townships of Scituate and Marshfield in New Plymouth or any other part of New England. Dated 3/17/1656/7; acknowledged by Resolved White's wife 3/20/1656/7; entered 3/24/1656/7.

Resolved witnessed a deed of sale from Mary Vassall of Barbados to here brother-in-law, Nicholas Ware of St. Michael's, merchant of her share in her father William Vassall's plantation in St. Michael's, 5/11/1657.

[Barbadian Notes by G. Andrews Moriarty, Vol. 67, Oct., 1913, pp. 360-371 and from One Branch of the White Family, p. 5-6.]

These records show that Resolved White was in Barbadoes in 3/1656/7 and 5/1657 - the only record of a Mayflower passenger being in Barbadoes.


Arrived On The MAYFLOWER-Born Probably In HOLLAND C 1615. Married 1640- Scituate, Massachusetts Resolved White was the son of William and Susanna White. He sailed on the ship "Mayflower" with his parents to America. His brother Peregrine was born in a cabin on the "Mayflower" while it was docked in the harbor. His father died shortly after and his mother married fellow passenger Edward Winslow. Resolved married Judith Vassall in Marshfield, MA. They had 8 children together. After Judith's death he married Abigail Lord in 1674.

  • Resolved and wife Judith's names are on memorial marker. This marker is dedicated to early settlers of Green Harbor.


Resolved White was a young boy, perhaps five years old, when he journeyed to Plymouth on the Mayflower with his parents, William and Susanna White. The Whites had been part of the English Separatist congregation in Leiden, Holland, but it is not known when they joined the congregation (or if Resolved was born in England or in Holland). Resolved's younger brother, Peregrine, was born on board the Mayflower while it was anchored in Provincetown harbor.

His father, William, died the first winter.  His mother remarried in April of 1621; Resolved's new stepfather was Edward Winslow.
The family, at first, lived in Plymouth.  Edward Winslow was granted land in Marshfield, to the north, in 1632.  For several years, the family probably spent their summers on the farm in Marshfield, returning to Plymouth in the winter.  In 1636, the Winslow/White family settled permanently in Marshfield.
In 1640, at approximately age 25, Resolved married Judith Vassall, daughter of William Vassall of Scituate.  (Scituate is directly north of Marshfield.)  The couple had eight children: William, John, Samuel, Resolved, Anna, Elizabeth, Josiah and Susanna.  The family lived first in Scituate and, later, in Marshfield.  Judith died in 1670.

Another source:

New England Families, Genealogical and Memorial: A Record of the ..., Volume 3

edited by William Richard Cutter


Resolved WHITE - RIN:18524 (William ) was born on 9 Sep 1616. He died on 19 Sep 1687 in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts.

[Notes] Resolved married (1) Judith VASSALL - RIN:9703 daughter of William VASSALL Pilgrim of The Blessing - RIN:5413 and Ann KING - RIN:198 on 5 Nov 1640 in Scituate, Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts. Judith was born about 1619 in Stepheny, Middlesex County, England. She died on 3 Apr 1670 in Marshfield, Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts.

They had the following children:

4 M i William WHITE - RIN:32784 was born on 18 Apr 1642 in Scituate, Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts. 5 M ii John WHITE - RIN:16276 was born on 11 Mar 1643/1644 in Scituate, Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts. + 6 M iii Samuel WHITE - RIN:13198 was born on 13 Mar 1645/1646. He died on 20 Sep 1720. 7 M iv Resolved WHITE - RIN:32783 was born on 12 Nov 1647 in Scituate, Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts. He died in 1670 in Marshfield, Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts. 8 F v Anna WHITE - RIN:18176 was born on 5 Jun 1649 in Scituate, Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts. 9 F vi Elizabeth WHITE - RIN:28703 was born on 4 Jun 1652 in Scituate, Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts. 10 M vii Josiah WHITE - RIN:10166 was born on 29 Sep 1654 in Scituate, Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts. 11 F viii Susannah WHITE - RIN:26430 was born in 1656 in Scituate, Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts .

Resolved married (2) Abigail LORD - RIN:11785 on 5 Oct 1674 in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts.


Passenger on the Mayflower


Came over from England on The Mayflower


Mayflower


Resolved White came to America with his parents on the Mayflower in 1620. See Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Volume Thirteen, Third Edition, published by General Society of Mayflower Descendants 2006.


Resolved White was the son of William White and Susannah Fuller.1,2 On 5 November 1640 in Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Resolved married Judith Vassall.2 On 5 October 1674 in Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Resolved married Abigail Lord.2 Resolved White died about 1680.2 Children of Resolved White and Judith Vassall

  • William White (18 Apr 1642 - )2
  • John White (11 Mar 1644 - )2
  • Samuel White (13 Mar 1646 - )2
  • Resolved White (12 Nov 1647 - 1670)2
  • Anna White (5 Jun 1649 - )2
  • Elizabeth White+ (4 Jun 1652 - )1,2
  • Josiah White (29 Sep 1654 - )2
  • Susannah White (1656 - )2

Citations

1. McTeer, Frances Davis and Frederick C. Warner. "Descendants of Reuben Powers of Shutesbury, Mass", The New England Historical and Genealogical Register (October 1969). 2. Landis, John T. Mayflower Descendants and Their Marriages. 1922. Reprint Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1985.


Resolve was born in Leyden, Holland and came with his father William, mother Anna (nee Fuller) on the Mayflower to America. His father William died in the first year and Anna then married the second governor or Mass., Edward Winslow


Resolved White came on the maiden voyage of the Mayflower at about the age of five, with parents William and Susanna White. He was raised by step-father Edward Winslow following the death of his father William and remarriage of his mother in 1621. They moved to Marshfield in the 1630s, and later moved to Scituate . April 8, 1640 Resolved married Judith Vassall, the daughter of William and Ann (King) Vassall. Resolved White's stepfather Edward Winslow wrote a pamphlet in 1647 entitled New England's Salamander Discovered, where the notorious and slanderous "salamander" was apparently William Vassall the father of his daughter-in-law.

Resolved died about 1680 and Judith died April 3, 1670. They had six children:

1. William White born April 10, 1642;

2. Jon White born March 11, 1644;

3. Samuel White born March 13, 1646,

4. Resolve White born November 12, 1647;

5. Anna White born June 4, 1649;

6. Elizabeth White born June 4, 1652.

Resolved White moved his family back to Marshfield in the early 1660s, and Judith died and was buried there on 3 April 1670.

Resolved then remarried to the widowed Abigail Lord in 1674 in Salem, MA. He was a soldier in King Philip's War of 1676, and became a freeman in Salem in 1680 before moving back to Marshfield a couple years later. He died sometime not too long after 1687, presumably in Marshfield.


Resolved White was born circa 1615 at Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands.1 He was the son of William White and Susanna White, Mrs..1 Resolved White accompanied the immigration of William White between 6 September 1620 and 11 November 1620 to Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts; Onboard the Mayflower. Resolved White married Judith Vassall, daughter of William Vassall and Ann Vassall, Mrs., on 5 November 1640 at Scituate, Massachusetts; His 1st.1 Resolved White married Abigail Lord on 5 October 1674 at Salem, Massachusetts; His 2nd.1 Resolved White died after 19 September 1687.


brother of Parigrine White who was born on the Mayflower


Resolved White came to America as a boy of 6 years with his parents William and Susanna (Fuller) White, on the Mayflower (per Descendants of Lawrence and Cassandra Southwick of Salem, MA).

After the death of his father and the subsequent remarriage of his mother to Edward Winslow of Droitwich, England, he and his brother went to live with his stepfather and his children. It is likely that he moved with his stepfather and family to Marshfield 1637. He was 22 at the time. He did not stay with them long however. In 1638, he is shown as owning lands in Scituate half a mile south of the harbor. He later sold these lands to Lt. Isaac Buck. Scituate is about 10 miles north of Marshfield.

He appeared on the List of those able to bear arms in New Plymouth for Scituate in 1643 along with his father-in-law, Wm. Vassal and his brother-in-law, John Vassal.

Resolved was one of the last 3 Mayflower survivors in 1690 - he died later that year. He is probably buried in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts.

In 1640, the same year that they were married, the Court at Plymouth set off to Resolved 100 acres of land adjoining his fther-in-law's property. In 1662, he sold this land and moved to Marshfield where he settled near his mother and brother, Peregrine, on the South River.

Of their eight children, only William remained in Marshfield. All the rest moved out of the area, some even to Barbadoes where their grandfather Vassal's family lived. Resolved had been one of the original 26 purchasers of the first precinct of Middleboro in 1662 from the Indian Chief Wampatuck, and it is probable that some of his children took up these holdings.

He went to Barbadoes to look after his father-in-law's estates after the old gentleman died.

Resolved White of Scituate in New Plymouth in New England, gentleman, and his wife Judith, daughter of William Vassall of this Island, Esq., sell to Nicholas Ware of St. Michael's, merchant, all of his one fifth of two thirds of William Vassall's plantation in St. Michael's, on the west side of the gulf or river [ i.e. the river that rund through Bridgetown ], and all other lands inherited from said Vassal except that land where Vassal formerly lived in New England, lying in the townships of Scituate and Marshfield in New Plymouth or any other part of New England. Dated 3/17/1656/7; acknowledged by Resolved White's wife 3/20/1656/7; entered 3/24/1656/7.

Resolved witnessed a deed of sale from Mary Vassall of Barbados to here brother-in-law, Nicholas Ware of St. Michael's, merchant of her share in her father William Vassall's plantation in St. Michael's, 5/11/1657.

[Barbadian Notes by G. Andrews Moriarty, Vol. 67, Oct., 1913, pp. 360-371 and from One Branch of the White Family, p. 5-6.]

These records show that Resolved White was in Barbadoes in 3/1656/7 and 5/1657 - the only record of a Mayflower passenger being in Barbadoes. -------------------- Arrived On The MAYFLOWER-Born Probably In HOLLAND C 1615. Married 1640- Scituate, Massachusetts Resolved White was the son of William and Susanna White. He sailed on the ship "Mayflower" with his parents to America. His brother Peregrine was born in a cabin on the "Mayflower" while it was docked in the harbor. His father died shortly after and his mother married fellow passenger Edward Winslow. Resolved married Judith Vassall in Marshfield, MA. They had 8 children together. After Judith's death he married Abigail Lord in 1674.

Resolved and wife Judith's names are on memorial marker. This marker is dedicated to early settlers of Green Harbor.


Resolved White was a young boy, perhaps five years old, when he journeyed to Plymouth on the Mayflower with his parents, William and Susanna White. The Whites had been part of the English Separatist congregation in Leiden, Holland, but it is not known when they joined the congregation (or if Resolved was born in England or in Holland). Resolved's younger brother, Peregrine, was born on board the Mayflower while it was anchored in Provincetown harbor.

His father, William, died the first winter. His mother remarried in April of 1621; Resolved's new stepfather was Edward Winslow. The family, at first, lived in Plymouth. Edward Winslow was granted land in Marshfield, to the north, in 1632. For several years, the family probably spent their summers on the farm in Marshfield, returning to Plymouth in the winter. In 1636, the Winslow/White family settled permanently in Marshfield. In 1640, at approximately age 25, Resolved married Judith Vassall, daughter of William Vassall of Scituate. (Scituate is directly north of Marshfield.) The couple had eight children: William, John, Samuel, Resolved, Anna, Elizabeth, Josiah and Susanna. The family lived first in Scituate and, later, in Marshfield. Judith died in 1670. Another source:

New England Families, Genealogical and Memorial: A Record of the ..., Volume 3

edited by William Richard Cutter

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Birth: 1615, England Death: 1687 Plymouth County Massachusetts, USA

Resolved White was the son of William and Susanna White. He sailed on the ship "Mayflower" with his parents to America. His brother Peregrine was born in a cabin on the "Mayflower" while it was docked in the harbor. His father died shortly after and his mother married fellow passenger Edward Winslow. Resolved married Judith Vassall in Marshfield, MA. They had 8 children together. After Judith's death he married Abigail Lord in 1674.

  • Resolved and wife Judith's names are on memorial marker. This marker is dedicated to early settlers of Green Harbor.

Family links:

Parents:
 William White (1591 - 1621)
 Susanna Fuller Winslow (1595 - 1680)

Spouses:
 Judith Vassall White (1619 - 1670)
 Abigail White (____ - 1682)

Children:
 Samuel White (1645 - 1720)*
 Anna White Hayward (1649 - 1714)*
 Elizabeth White Wheeler (1652 - ____)*

Siblings:
 Resolved White (1615 - 1687)
 Peregrine White (1620 - 1704)*
 Josiah Winslow (1629 - 1680)**
  • Calculated relationship
    • Half-sibling

Inscription: "... Resolved White and wife Judith ..."


Note: Named on memorial marker dedicated to the early settlers of Green Harbor.


Burial: Winslow Cemetery Marshfield Plymouth County Massachusetts, USA


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Resolved White, "Mayflower" Passenger's Timeline

1615
September 9, 1615
Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Nederland
1620
September 6, 1620
- September 16, 1620
Age 4
Plymouth, England

History: The Pilgrims Journey Documentary

Great video giving an account of their step by step from leaving to the first accounts on what they faced when they got to Plymouth

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fNNKGAybe08
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Mayflower voyage
Winslow and his wife Elizabeth were part of the Leiden Separatist group who had decided to travel far away from England and the repressive regime of King James I to more freely practice their religious beliefs. Merchant Adventurer investment group agent Thomas Weston assisted in this venture by providing the ship Mayflower for the Pilgrim's journey. Traveling on the Mayflower in company with the Winslows were his brother Gilbert and family servant/employee George Soule and a youth, Elias Story. Also in the care of the family was Elinor (Ellen) More, a girl of eight years. In all there were four unaccompanied More children from Shipton, Shropshire in the care of senior Pilgrims on the Mayflower: Elinor, Jasper, Mary and Richard.[7][8][9] Elinor perished the winter of 1620 with only one brother Richard More surviving.

Signing the Mayflower Compact 1620, a painting by Jean Leon Gerome Ferris 1899
The Mayflower departed Plymouth, England on September 6/16, 1620. The small, 100-foot ship had 102 passengers and the crew is estimated to be approximately 30 but the exact number is unknown.[10] They lived in extremely cramped conditions. By the second month out, the ship was being buffeted by strong westerly gales, causing the ship‘s timbers to be badly shaken with caulking failing to keep out sea water, and with passengers, even in their berths, lying wet and ill. This, combined with a lack of proper rations and unsanitary conditions for several months, attributed to what would be fatal for many, especially the majority of women and children. On the way there were two deaths, a crew member and a passenger, but the worst was yet to come after arriving at their destination when, in the space of several months, almost half the passengers perished in cold, harsh, unfamiliar New England winter

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_Winslow

Not listed on geni currently:
William Holbeck, John Hooke, Desire Minter, Elias Story, Roger Wilder, Humility Cooper,

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DEATH RECORDS OF THE MAYFLOWER PILGRIMS
We must now introduce a most admirable Work to our Readers, Ancient Landmarks of Plymouth by the Hon. William T. Davis, formerly President of the Pilgrim Society there; and published at Boston, Massa., in 1883. Among many thousands of names; it contains those of all the residents at Plymouth down to 1700 A.d.; when the population was about a thousand souls. It also has most excellent plans. In the Hon. Mr Davis, we have one of the most sure-footed of local antiquaries: and, with regard to the subjects upon which it treats, his masterly Work leaves nothing further to be desired.

We have given, between square brackets, from Mr Davis's book, the dates of the death of many of the Mayflower passengers.

1. Governor John Carver. He died at Plymouth, in April 1621.

2. Mistress Katharine Carver, his Wife. She died at Plymouth, in June 1621.

3. Desire Minter. — She returned to her friends in England; and proved not very well, and died there.

4. John Howland, a Man-servant. He married Elizabeth Tilley, the daughter of John Tilley. "And they are both now living [in 1650]; and have 10 children now, all living. And their eldest daughter hath 4 children: and their second daughter 1 : all living. So 15 are come of them." 15 [He died at Plymouth, N.E., in 1673.—W. T. Davis.]

5. Roger Wilder, a Manservant. He died, in the first sickness, in Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621.

6. William Latham, a servant boy. After more than twenty years stay in the Old Colony; he went into England, and from thence to the Bahama Islands: and there, with some others, was starved to death.

7. A Maid-Servant. She married at Plymouth; and died, a year or two after, there.

8. Jasper More, a boy that was put to this family. Richard More's brother. He died in Cape Cod harbour, on 6/16 December 1620.

9. Master William Brewster, the Ruling Elder. He lived to a very old age. About eighty years he was, when he died [at Duxbury] on 10/20 April 1644: having lived some 23 or 24 years here in the country."His daughters, which came over after him, are dead:but have left sundry children alive. His eldest son is still living [in 1650]; and hath 9 or 10 children: one married, who hath a child or 2."

10. Mistress Mary Brewster, his Wife. His Wife died long before him [at Plymouth, before 1627]; yet she died aged.

11. Love Brewster, their son. He lived till this year 1650: and dying [at Duxbury], left 4 children now living.

12. Wrastle [or Wrestling] Brewster, their son. He died a young man unmarried.

13. Richard More, a boy that was put to this family. "He is married, and hath [in 1650] 4 or 5 children, all living." 4 [He was afterwards called Mann ; and died at Scituate, N.E., in 1656.—W. T. Davis.]

14. ____? More, a boy that was put to this family. Richard More's brother. He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621.

15. Governor Edward Winslow. His Wife died the first winter: and he married [Susanna] the Widow of Master White; and hath [in 1650] 2 children, besides sundry that are dead. 2 He died at sea, in the West Indies, in 1655.

16. Mistress Elizabeth Winslow, his first Wife. She died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, on 24 March/3 April 1621.

17. George Sowle [or Soule], a Man-servant. "Is still [in 1650] living; and hath 8 children." [He died at Duxbury, N.E., in 1680.—W. T. Davis.]

18. Elias Story, a Man-servant. He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621.

19. Ellen More, a little girl that was put to this family. Richard More's sister. She died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621.

20. Governor William Bradford. His wife died soon after their arrival: and he married again, and hath [in 1650] 4 children; 3 whereof are married. He died at Plymouth, N.E., on 9th May 1657, see p. 45.

21. Mistress Dorothy Bradford, his first Wife. She was drowned from on board the Mayflower, in Cape Cod harbour, on 7/17 December 1620.

22. Master Isaac Allerton. "Himself married again with the daughter of Master Brewster; and hath 1 son living by her: but she is long since dead. And he is married again ; and hath left this place [Plymouth] long ago." He had sons in England. [He died at New Haven, N.E., in 1659.— W. T. Davis.]

23. Mistress Mary Allerton, his Wife. She died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, on the 25 February /7 March 1621.

24. Bartholomew Allerton, their son. "Is married in England; but I know not how many children he hath."

25. Remember Allerton, their daughter. "Is married at Salem [, N. E.]; and hath [in 1650] 3 or 4 children living." [She married Moses Maverick; and died at Salem, N.E., after 1652.—W. T. Davis.]

26. Mary Allerton, their daughter. "Is married at Plymouth ; and hath [in 1650] 4 children." [She married Thomas Cushman; and died at Plymouth, N.E., in 1699.—W. T. Davis. She was the last survivor of those who left England in the Mayflower]

27. John Hooke, a servant boy. He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621.

28. Samuel Fuller, the Deacon, and Surgeon. " After his Wife came over, he had 2 children by her; which are [in 1650] living, and grown up in years. But he died some fifteen years ago. [He died at Plymouth, N.E., in 1633.—W. T. Davis.]

29. William Butten, a Manservant. He died on board the Mayflower at sea; "near the coast" of New England, on 6/16 November 1620.

30. Master John Crackston [Crakston] sen. He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621.

31. John Crackston [Crakston] jun. "And about five or six years after [in 1628], his son died [at Plymouth]. Having lost himself in the woods, his foot became frozen; which put him into a fever, of which he died."

32. Captain Miles Standish. "He married again: and hath 4 sons living [in 1650]; and some are dead." Who died 3rd October 1655. [He died at Duxbury, N.E., in 1656.—W. T. Davis.]

33. Mistress Rose Standish, his Wife. She died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, on 29 January /8 February 1621.

34. Master Christopher Martin, the Treasurer. He came from Billericay in Essex, see page 308. He died, in the first sickness, on board the Mayflower, at Plymouth, on 8/18 January 1621. See pp. 343, 344, 442.

35. Mistress ___? Martin, his Wife. She died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth in the Spring of 1621.

36. Solomon Prower, a Man-servant. He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, on 24 December/3 January 1620/1621.

37. John Langemore, a Man-servant. He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621. The Sixth and last who died in December 1620.

38. Master William Mullins. He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, on 21 February /3 March 1620/1621.

39. Mistress ___Mullins, his Wife. She died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621.

40. Joseph Mullins; their son, a child. He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621.

41. Priscilla Mullins; their daughter, a child. "Married with John Alden: who are both [in 1650] living, and have 11 children. And their eldest daughter is married, and hath 5 children." [She died at Duxbury, N.E., after 1650.—W. T. Davis.]

42. Robert Carter, a Man-servant. He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621.

43. Master William White. He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, on 21 February /3 March 1620/1621.

44. Mistress Susanna White, his Wife. She afterwards married Governor Edward Winslow. [She died at Marshfield, N.E., in 1680.—W. T. Davis.]

45. Resolved White, their son. He married, "and hath [in 1650] 5 children." [He died at Salem, N.E., after 1680.—W. T. Davis.]

104. Peregrine White, their son, an infant. He was born on board the Mayflower, in Cape Cod harbour, in December 1630. He was the first Englishman born in New England. He married; and hath [in 1650] 2 children. [He died at Marshfield, N.E., on 20th July 1704.]

46. William Holbeck, a Manservant. He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621.

47. Edward Thompson, a Manservant. He died on board the Mayflower, in Cape Cod harbour, on 4/14 December 1620. He was the first that died after the Pilgrims arrived in New England.

48. Master Stephen Hopkins. He came from London, see page 427. Master Hopkins and his Wife are now [in 1650] both dead. But they lived twenty years in this place [Plymouth]: and had 1 son (who became a seaman and died at Barbadoes) and 4 daughters born here. .", [He died at Plymouth, N.E., in 1644.—W. T. Davis.]

49. Mistress Elizabeth Hopkins. [She died at Plymouth, N.E., after 1640.—W. T. Davis.]

[Two children by his (Stephen Hopkins')former Wife.)

50. Giles Hopkins, his son. "Is married, and hath [in 1650] 4 children." [He died at Yarmouth, N.E., in 1690.—W. T. Davis.]

51. Constanta [or Constance] Hopkins, his daughter."Is also married, and hath 12 children: all of them [in 1650] living, and one of them married." [She married Nicholas Snow; and died at Eastham, N.E., in 1677.—W. T. Davis.]

[Two more children, by his Wife Elizabeth.]
52. Damaris Hopkins, their daughter. [She married Jacob Cooke, of Plymouth, N.E.; and died there, between 1666 and 1669.—W. T. Davis.]

103. Oceanus Hopkins, their son, an infant He was born on board the Mayflower, at sea. [He died at Plymouth, N.E., in 1621.—W. T. Davis.]

53. Edward Dotey [Doty], a Man-servant. "By a second Wife, hath 7 children: and both he and they are living [in 1650]." He came from London, see page 427.[He died at Yarmouth, N.E., in 1655.—W. T. Davis.]

54. Edward Leister [Litster], a Man-servant. "After he was at liberty [i.e. had served hit time], went to Virginia; and died there."

55. Master Richard Warren. He came from London, see page 427. His Wife and children were left behind; and came afterwards. His Wife came over to him; by whom he had 2 sons before he died: and one of them is married, and hath 2 children. "But he had 5 daughters more, [who] came over with his Wife: who are all married, and living [in 1650]; and have many children." [He died at Plymouth, N.E., in 1628.—W. T. Davis.]

56. John Billington [Billinton] sen.
"He, and some of his, had been often punished for miscarriages before ; being one of the profanest families amongst them. They came from London: and I know not, by what friends, shuffled into their Company." Bradford MS., folio 342.
He was hanged in October 1630, for the murder of John Newcomen.

57. Ellen Billington, his Wife. [She married Gregory Armstrong, in 1638.—W. T. Davis.]

58. John Billington, jun., their son. He died before his father was executed in October 1630.

59. Francis Billington, their son. "Is married, and hath 8 children [in 1650]." [He died at Yarmouth, N.E., after 1650.—W. T. Davis.]

60. Master Edward Tilley [Tillie]. He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621.

61. Ann Tilley, his Wife. She died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621.

61. Henry Samson, their cousin, a child. "Is still living [in 1650]; and is married, and hath 7 children." [He died at Duxbury, N.E., in 1684.—W. T. Davis.]

63. Humility Cooper, their cousin, a child. She "was sent for into England; and died there."

64. Master John Tilley [Tillie]. He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621.

65. Mistress ___? Tilley, his Wife. She died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621.

66. Elizabeth Tilley, their daughter. She married John Howland. [She died at Plymouth, N.E., in 1687.—W. T. Davis.]

67. Francis Cooke. "He is still living [in 1650], a very old man; and hath seen his children's children have children. "After his Wife came over, with others of his children; he hath [had] 3, still living, by her: all married, and have 5 children. So their increase is 8." [He died at Plymouth, N.E., in 1663.—W. T. Davis.]

68. John Cooke, his son. "Is married; and hath four children living [in 1650]." [He died at Dartmouth, N.E., after 1694.—W. T. Davis.]

69 Thomas Rogers. He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621. The rest of Thomas Rogers's children came over afterwards; and are married, and have many children.

70. Joseph Rogers, his son. "Is married; and hath 6 children [in 1650]." [He died at Eastham, N.E., in 1678.—W. T. Davis.]

71. Thomas Tinker. He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621.

72. ___? Tinker, his Wife. She died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621.

73. ___?Tinker, their son. He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621.

74. John Rigdale. He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621.

75. Alice Rigdale, his Wife. She died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621.

76. James Chilton. [He died on board the Mayflower, in Cape Cod harbour, on 8/18 December 1620.—W. T. Davis.] They had another daughter, that was married; who came afterwards.

77. ____? Chilton, his Wife. She died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621.

78. Mary Chilton, their daughter. "Is still living [in 1650], and hath 9 children; and one daughter [of them] is married, and hath a child. So their increase is 10." [She married John Winslow (Gov. E. Winslow's brother); and died at Boston, N.E., in 1679.—W. T. Davis.]

79. Edward Fuller. He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621.

80. ____? Fuller, his Wife. She died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621.

81. Samuel Fuller, their son, a young child. "Is living [in 1650], and married; and hath 4 children, or more." [He died at Barnstable, N.E., in 1683.—W. T. Davis.]

82. John Turner. He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621. "He had a daughter [who] came, some years after, to Salem [N.E.]; where she is now [in 1650] living, well married, and approved of."

83. ____? Turner, his son. He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621.

84. ____? Turner, his son. He died in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621.

85. Francis Eaton. He married again; and his second Wife died. And he married the third; and had by her 3 children. One of them is married, and hath a child. The others are living. He died about sixteen years ago. 4 [He died, at Plymouth. N.E., in 1633.—W. T. Davis.]

86. Sarah Eaton, his Wife. She died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, in the Spring of 1621.

87. Samuel Eaton, their son, a sucking child. "Is also married, and hath a child [in 1650]." [He died at Middleborough, N.E., in 1684." -W. T. Davis.]

All these died soon after their arrival, in the general 175 sickness that befel; and left no posterity here."

88. Moses Fletcher.
89. Thomas Williams.
90. John Goodman.
91. Edmund Margeson.
92. Richard Britteridge. He died on board the Mayflower, in Plymouth harbour, on 21/31 December 1620. The first who dies in this harbour.
93. Richard Clarke.
94. Degory Priest. He died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, on 1/11 January 1620/21. "His Wife and children [were] sent hither afterwards:she being Master [Isaac] Allerton's sister." [See page 162.]

95. Richard Gardiner.
"Became a seaman; and died in England, or at sea."

96. Gilbert Winslow.
He was another of Governor E. Winslow's brothers. "After divers years' abode here; he returned into England, and died there."

97. Peter Browne.
He "married twice. By his first Wife, he had 2 children:who are living [in 1650], and both of them married; and the one of them hath 2 children. "By his second wife, he had 2 more." [He died at Plymouth, N.E., in 1633.—W. T. Davis.]

[Next follow, the five hired men.]

98. John Alden. Was hired for a Cooper at Southampton, where the ship [the Mayflower] victualled: and, being a hopeful young man, was much desired; but [was] left to his own liking, to go, orstay, when he came here. "But he stayed, and married here. "Hohn Alden married with Priscilla, Master Mullins his daughter." [He died at Duxbury, N.E., in 1687.—W. T. Davis.]

99. John Allerton, a sailor. [See page 427.] He was a hired man; but was reputed one of the Company [i.e. of the Pilgrim Fathers]: but was to go back, being a seaman, for the help of the others behind. He however died, in the first sickness, at Plymouth, before the Mayflower departed homewards on 5/15 April 1621.

100. Thomas English, a sailor. [See page 427.] He was hired to the Master of a shallop at Plymouth. He, however, died there, in the first sickness, before the Mayflower departed homewards on 5/15 April 1621. "There were also other two seamen hired to stay a year in the country:

101. William Trevore, a sailor,

102. ____? Ellis, a sailor.
But, when their time was out, they both returned."

Bradford MS., folios 526-530.

Source: The Story of the Pilgrim Fathers, 1606-1623 A. D.: As Told by Themselves, their Friends and Their Enemies"
Houghton, Mifflin & Co, 1897
By Edward Arber

http://genealogytrails.com/mass/mayflower.html

September 6, 1620
Age 4
Leyden , Netherlands

Susanna White is the first recorded ancestor down the Noyes-Rowe line. She came on the first voyage of the Mayflower with husband, William, and 5 yr old son, Resolved, she was 7 months pregnant. The voyage took approximately one month. Susanna had the first child born to the Pilgrims from the Plymouth colony. Her son (Peregrine White) was born on the Mayflower that was docked at Provincetown, MA before heading to Plymouth, MA.

Her husband, William, died the first winter, and she remarried a few months later to fellow Mayflower passenger and widower, Edward Winslow. Their marriage on May 12, 1621 was the first marriage at Plymouth Colony. Susanna was one of only four adult women to have survived to see the "First Thanksgiving" at Plymouth that autumn. Susanna died sometime after 1654, when she is mentioned in her husband's will. The Rowe ancestry can be traced back through her son, Resolved White.

September 16, 1620
Age 5
Southampton, England
November 9, 1620
- November 19, 1620
Age 5
Cape Cod Hook, now called Provincetown Harbor

History: The Pilgrims Journey Documentary

Great video giving an account of their step by step from leaving to the first accounts on what they faced when they got to Plymouth

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fNNKGAybe08

On November 9/19, 1620, after about 3 months at sea, including a month of delays in England, they spotted land, which was the Cape Cod Hook, now called Provincetown Harbor. After several days of trying to get south to their planned destination of the Colony of Virginia, strong winter seas forced them to return to the harbor at Cape Cod hook, where they anchored on November 11/21. The Mayflower Compact was signed that day.[11][12]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_Winslow

December 21, 1620
Age 5
Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts

Excerpt from Desperate Crossing--The Untold Story of the Mayflower. An excellent History Channel overview of the Mayflower journey. It tells about several in the 3 videos Edward Winslow is one of them.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pv-_JxApHzo

History: The Pilgrims Journey Documentary

Great video giving an account of their step by step from leaving to the first accounts on what they faced when they got to Plymouth

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fNNKGAybe08

1620
Age 4
Plympton, Massachusetts, USA
1620
Age 4

Mayflower

1621
March 21, 1621
Age 5
Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States

On March 21, 1621, all surviving passengers, who had inhabited the ship during the winter, moved ashore at Plymouth, and on April 5, the Mayflower, a privately commissioned vessel, returned to England.

1640
April 8, 1640
Age 24
Scituate,Plymouth,Massachusetts,USA