Genealogy Projects tagged with Mayflower on the Geni Family Tree

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  • "Western Finnmark in Norway pre - 1720. Domiciliation. Komsa civilization. Rockcarvings in Alta. Birkarler from Sweden / Finland".

    This project contains genealogical information about people born in Alta area, Finnmark, Norway. Genealogy / Slektsforskning, wikipedia Stories about Norwegian immigrants to USA and other Norwegian stories, (goldmining in Alaska etc.) Genealogyproject on Geni . Northernlights route, pictures and history, Tromsø University Northernlights observatory on Haldde - Alta - Norway . ...

  • Great Migration: Passengers of the Mayflower, 1620

    The Geni profiles included are of the passengers of the ship Mayflower, arrived at Provincetown Harbor, Plymouth Colony in what is now Massachusetts, United States, on 11 November 1620. For more information about Geni Projects, see the Geni Wiki Projects Page . If you would like to contribute to this page, please contact the Project Manager or one of the Project Collaborators. Click here for ...

  • State of Massachusetts

    About the Massachusetts project The Massachusetts project is created in order to facilitate those researching ancestors or relatives in Massachusetts or elsewhere in the world but with roots or relatives in Massachusetts. We encourage everyone with links in Massachusetts to communicate and explore a common ancestry. In this portal you will find sources and discussions that will help you w...

  • Alden/Mullins Family

    About This Project This project is part of the Notables series. This project focuses on the Alden/Mullins Family Tree, including, but not limited to: William Mullins Alice Unknown John Alden Priscilla Mullins John Alden Jr Elizabeth Alden Joseph Alden Sarah Alden Jonathan Alden Ruth Alden Rebecca Alden Mary Alden Priscilla Alden David Alden This list will event...

  • Descendants of Francis Cooke (1583 –1663)

    Scope of Project To build a single, validated and documented shared family tree for the Francis Cooke, "Mayflower" Passenger , family, from earlier origins to near modern times. General Note For more information about Geni Projects, see the Geni Wiki Projects Page . If you would like to contribute to this page, please feel free to edit it. Click here for instructions about using Wik...

  • Early Families of Salem, Massachuetts

    Salem, located at the mouth of the Naumkeag river at the site of an ancient Native American village and trading center, was first settled by Europeans in 1626, when a company of fishermen from Cape Ann led by Roger Conant arrived. Conant's leadership had provided the stability to survive the first two years, but he was immediately replaced by John Endecott , one of the new arrivals, by order of...

  • Standish line - Captain Miles/Myles Standish of the Mayflower

    There is controversy on the ancestry of Captain Myles Standish of the Mayflower-- but we can at least try to clean up what we do know. We do not have Myles' parentage OR the town of his birth. His first wife, Rose, doesn't have a maiden name -- some say she is the sister of his second wife, Barbara. Barbara's parentage is also unknown. Myles Standish (born circa 1584- 31 October 1656) marri...

  • Early Families of Scituate, Massachusetts

    Scituate, Massachusetts is a small town on the South Shore of Massachusetts, south of Boston and northwest of the start of Cape Cod. It was first resettled by Europeans starting in 1623, with major resettlement beginning in 1627 and 1628 under the jurisdiction of the General Court at Plymouth. By 1636, it was developed enough to begin managing some of its own affairs. 31 of the earliest famil...

  • Stephen Hopkins Family

    Scope of Project To correct, verify and document the family tree for that quite amazing "ordinary" man, the adventurous Stephen Hopkins (1581-1644). Resources For more about resourcing and a listing of general genealogical resources, see Resources Contributions welcome. Notables Stephen Hopkins, "Mayflower" Passenger The Geni Master Profile See Naming Conventions for n...

  • Brewster Family

    Scope of Project To build a single, validated and documented shared family tree for the Brewster family, from earlier origins to near modern times. Overview from ) Elder William Brewster (c. 1560 or 1566 – April 10, 1643) was a Pilgrim colonist leader and preacher born in Doncaster, England and raised in Scrooby, in north Nottinghamshire, who reached what became the Plymouth ...

  • Descendants of Richard "Mayflower" Warren

    Scope of Project To build a single, validated and documented shared family tree for the Warren family, from earlier origins to near modern times. Overview from: Richard Warren (c. 1580–1628) was a passenger on the Mayflower (old "May Floure" ) in 1620. He settled in Plymouth Colony and was among ten passengers of the Mayflower landing party with Myles Standish at Cape Cod on No...

  • Thomas Rogers, Pilgrim, and Some of His Descendants

    Scope of Project To create one single accurate and well documented Geni Master Profile for Thomas Rogers, "Mayflower" Passenger, his ancestors and descendants. Overview from: Thomas Rogers (Mayflower Pilgrim) Thomas Rogers , a Mayflower Pilgrims|Pilgrim and one of forty-one signatories of the Mayflower Compact was among those who did not survive that first harsh Plymouth, Massachusetts ...

  • Richard Warren "Mayflower passenger"

    NEHGS - Articles Pilgrim Village Families Sketch: Richard Warren BASED ON THE GREAT MIGRATION BEGINS Download pdf version Birth: Richard Warren was born about 1578 (based on his date of marriage). Death: He died in Plymouth in 1628. Ship: Mayflower, 1620 Life in England: Richard Warren was described as “of London” in Mourt’s Relation, but nothing more of his background is...

  • Bradford Family

    William Bradford is considered by historians to be one of the most influential of the Pilgrim settlers for his outstanding leadership, his desire to steadfastly hold to his religious and moral ideals and his determination to keep Plymouth a thriving and independent colony. he wrote: >" Being thus arrived in a good harbor and brought safe to land, they fell upon their knees and blessed the G...