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Index to Research Articles & Updates

 References to new information appearing in genealogical journals pertaining to our Mayflower ancestors will be found at this site. This will help those researching Mayflower lines to know if research has already been done on their specific family. Research articles will be cited under the heading of the Mayflower family to which it refers. References to new articles will be added as time permits.  In most cases, a brief description of the article will be given.nbsp;Additions to these lists (particularly from NGSQ, NYGBR and TG being three that I do not subscribe to) will be gratefully accepted and appreciated.

 Abbreviations to journals are as follows: MD (Mayflower Descendant); MQ (Mayflower Quarterly); NEA and AA (New England Ancestors, American Ancestors); NGSQ (National Genealogical Society Quarterly); NYGBR (New York Genealogical and Biographical Record); NEHGR (New England Historical and Genealogical Register); TAG (The American Genealogist); TG (The Genealogist).

 Researchers should also be aware of two additional important sources for listings of research articles. In 2001, NEHGR began a yearly compilation of a broader scope, New England research articles, entitled "New England Articles in Genealogical Journals", appearing in each July issue. In 2002 The Mayflower Descendant began a yearly listing of Mayflower research articles, called "Seen Elsewhere" which includes journals from Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and Connecticut.

 

 GENERAL: Pilgrim Related

 "In the Wake of the Mayflower," by Anne Biffin, MQ 77 [Sept. 2011]:268-73. [Includes pictures from Southhampton, Plymouth and Devon, England of plaques and buildings.]

 "Plymouth Undertakers and their Trading Ventures in Colonial Maine," by James R. Hancock, MQ 77 [March 2011]:75-79.

 "Documents In The High Court Of Admiralty Case of Stevens and Fell vs TheLittle James," MD 60 [Spring 2011]:77-95.

 "Undiscovered Mayflower Lineages," by Caleb H. Johnson, AA 11:4 [Fall 2010]:34-37.

 "The Mayflower Children, by Peggy M. Baker, MQ 76 [Sept. 2010]:220-241. [Interesting detailed account of the children on the Mayflower.]

 "It Came on the Mayflower (Mayflower I, that is)!", MQ 73 [March 2007]: 28-37. [Fascinating account, with pictures, of items housed at Pilgrim Hall.]

 "A Level Look at Land Allotments, 1623", by Jeremy D. Bangs, MQ 72 [March 2006]:38-39.

 "New Light On William1 Bradford's Passenger List Of The Mayflower", by Caleb Johnson, TAG 80 [April 2005]:94-99. [Interesting evaluation of the list, suggesting Bradford listed the passengers in specific order according to their status, both religious and civil.]

 "A Note On The English Origins Of Mayflower Passengers John1 Crackstone and John1 Hooke", by Caleb Johnson, TAG 80 [April 2005]:100-101.

 "Comparing Plymouth and Jamestown", by Robert J. Heinsohn, MQ 71 [June 2005]:137-156. [Topics compared: royal charters and patents, population, religion, leaders, neighbouring Indians, business activities, colony governors.]

 "Scrooby Manor", MQ 68 [2002]:23-37.

 "A New Look at Early Pilgrim Activity at 'Kenibec' in Maine", by Eben L. Elwell, as excerpted by Richard H. Maxwell, MQ 68 [Dec. 2002]:315-317.

 "Leiden's Historic Monuments to be Preserved in New Town Plan", by Jeremy D. Bangs, NEA 3 [2002]:1:48-49.

 "Pilgrims Buried in Leiden's Pieterskerk", by Jeremy D. Bangs, NEA 3 [2002]: 2:48-50.

 "Begat...Begat...Begat...Begat...", by Jeremy D. Bangs, NEA 3 [2002]:3:50-51.

 "It's Not Always Pilgrims", by Jeremy D. Bangs, NEA 2 [Winter 2001]:38-39.

 "Leiden: Looking at Pilgrim Life Before the Mayflower", by Jeremy D. Bangs, NEA 2 [Spring 2001]:38.

 "Name Deformations, Part One", NEA 2 [Fall 2001]:40-41, [Holiday 2001]:46-47.

 "The Pilgrims and Election", by Jeremy D. Bangs, MQ 67 [March 2001]:50-54.

 "John Robinson, Pastor of the Pilgrims, in Norwich 1603-1607", by Michael R. Paulick, NEHGR 155 [2001]:359-366.

 "Pilgrim Homes in Leiden", by Jeremy D. Bangs, NEHGR 154 [Oct.2000]:413-45.

 "Richard Masterson, John Ellis, Christopher Verrall And The Sandwich Separatists 1603-1620", NEHGR 154 [July 2000]:353-369. [Mentions these and other Separatist families living in Sandwich.]

 "Strangers on the Mayflower," by Jeremy D. Bangs, NEA 1 [Premiere 2000]:60-63; [Spring 2000]:35-37.

 "The Historic Winslow House, A Short History," by Steven M. Aucella, MQ 65 [Feb. 1999]:49-51.

 "Massasoit and Indian Friendship," by Robert F. Huber, MQ 65 [Aug. 1999]:240-42.

 "Five sisters in Holland and their Pilgrim connection," by Robert C. Thompson, MQ 65 [Aug. 1999]:244-46. [Short account of the Carpenter sisters, viz: Juliana (m. George Morton); Alice (m. Edward Southworth and William Bradford); Agnes (m. Samuel Fuller); Priscilla (m. William Wright and John Cooper) and Mary Carpenter. All the sisters except Agnes came to Plymouth. See also MD 39 [July 1989]:182-3 for Carpenter extracts from parish registers of Bath and Wrington, co. Somerset which include the baptisms of the children of Alexander Carpenter.]

 "With The Pilgrims In The Netherlands," by Carol McCabe. Early American Homes, December 1998 issue, 50-53, 64, 68-69. [Interesting article with pictures courtesy of Leiden American Pilgrim Museum.]

 "The Seven Houses Of Plymouth", by Robert S. Wakefield, MD 44 [Jan. 1994]:21-24. [Discussion of early housing in Plymouth and who would have lived with whom.]

 "Wrestling2 Brewster: An Old Hoax Resurfaces and Other Mayflower Family Fables," by Robert S. Wakefield, MD 43 [Jan. 1993]:13-16. [Lists the various hoaxes and errors in print about several Mayflower passengers and their families.]

 "The Family Of Alexander White Of Sturton Le Steeple, Co. Nottingham, England," by Robert S. Wakefield, MD 43 [July 1993]:183-86. [Catherine2 White m. John Carver; Bridget2 White m. Rev. John Robinson.]

 "The Pilgrims And Other English in Leiden Records: Some New Pilgrim Documents," by Jeremy D. Bangs, NEHGR 143 [July 1989]:195-212. [Mentions Cook/Mahieu, Standish, Brewster, Priest, Rogers, Hooke, E. Tilley, Carver, Minter]

 "Mayflower Umbilical Lines", by Alicia C. Williams, MD 39 [Jan. 1989]:83-84.

 

JOHN ALDEN

 "NotableMayflower Descendants: Emily Post (1872-1960), Etiquette Writer," by Gary B. Roberts and Julie H. Otto, MD 61 [Spring 2012]: 83-87. [Documents her ancestry back to John Alden.]

 "The Titanic: A Mayflower Connection, by Susan E. Roser, MQ 78 [March 2012]:16-20. [Account of Francis D. Millet, husband of Elizabeth Greely Merrill, a descendant of Alden, Bradford and Brewster.]

 "Transcription Of A John Alden-Signed Document Auctioned in 2009," by Simon Neal, MD 60[Autumn 2011]: 146-47. [John Alden's signature when a 1647 deed was recorded on 23 June 1663.]

 "Samuel Alden of Massachusetts, Philadelphia, Mexico and Louisiana," by Nancy W. Brennan, MQ 76 [Dec. 2010]: 330-34.

 "Notable Mayflower Descendants: Thomas Edmund Dewey (1902-1971)," by Christopher C. Child, MD 60 [Autumn 2011]: 148-150.

  "DNA Results reveal Dillinger as Delano Descendants: The Dillinger/Dillingno/Delano Story," by Muriel C. Cushing, MQ 77 [March 2011]:71-74.

 "Dr. Mary Edward Walker, Women of the Mayflower Series", by Laurie Sutherland, MQ 76 [June 2010]:110-16. [Biographical account of Mary Edward Walker (1832-1919), dau of Alvah Walker and Vesta Whitcomb. Alvah Walker was descended from John Alden, John Billington, Peter Brown, Francis Cooke, Francis Eaton and Samuel Fuller. Mary is the only woman to receive the Congressional Medal of Honor for Meritorious Service for her contributions as a field surgeon during the Civil War.]

 "Descendants Of Thomas And Rachel (Cummings) Southworth And New Child: Alden, Cooke, And Warren Lines", by Deborah K. Nowers, MD 58 [Summer 2009]:100-109. [Documented research on the children of Thomas6 Southworth (John5, Nathaniel4, Rebecca Pabodie3, Elizabeth2, Alden, John1) and wife Rachel Cummings6 (Rachel5 Swift, Thomas4, Elizabeth Tomson3, Mary2 Cooke, Francis1).]

 "Identifying Jonathan Pinney (ca.1754-1812) Of Guilford And Plymouth, Vermont", by Christopher C. Child, NEHGR 163 [April 2009]: 100-101. [Suggests another child of John Penney and Elizabeth4 Delano (Jonathan Delano3, Rebecca2 Alden, John1), Jonathan Penny. MF 11:2:81 gives them three children, Judith, Hannah and John.]

 "The Descendants Of Richmond A. Hillard, A John Alden Line", by Lynn E. Garn, MD 57 [Summer 2008]: 125-142. [Documented account of the children and grandchildren of Richmond A. Hillard, son of Joshua Hillard and Esther Burgess5 (Elizabeth Coe4, Sarah Pabodie3, Elizabeth2 Alden, John1) and follows the family from Connecticut to New Hampshire and beyond.]

 "Delano Descendant First Over the Falls" by Muriel C. Cushing, MQ 73 [Dec. 2007]:308-10. Account of Annie Edson Taylor, who in 1901 on her 63rd birthday, went over Niagara Falls in a barrel and survived. Annie was the daughter of Merrick7 Edson (Delano6 Edson, Rhoda Peterson5, Ruth4 Delano, Jonathan Delano3, Rebecca Alden2, John1) and Lucretia Waring. She also had descent from Doty and Soule.]

 "John and Priscilla Alden", by Alicia C. Williams, MQ 73 [Sept. 2007]:223-227. [Biographical with pictures of rooms in the Alden House.]

 "Ancestry and History of Philip Delano, Born Philippe De Lannoy", by George English, MD 56 [Winter 2007]:70-90. [Interesting account of the family including a summary of eighteen sources dealing with the family. Included here for descendants of Thomas and Rebecca (Alden) Delano. Part 2 is concluded in MD 56 [Summer 2007]:163-184.]

 "Children of Joseph4 and Tabitha (Tobey) Freeman of Duxbury", by Kent Randell, MD 55 [Summer 2006]: 97-100. [Of their nine children, seven married Mayflower descendants. Daughter Sarah Freeman married Perez Loring5 (Mary Southworth4, Sarah3 Alden, Jonathan2, John1).]

 "Amanda Wood Reed - Mayflower Descendant and Founder of Reed College", by Harry F. Faulkner III, MQ 72 [Sept. 2006]:317-321. [Amanda Wood8 (Sarah7 Adams, Josiah6, Ebenezer5-4, Hannah Bass3, Ruth2 Alden, John1) and husband Simeon Reed had no children.]

 "The Blossoms of Woodstock, VT and Ohio", by David T. Robertson and Helen K. Benter, MD 54 [Summer 2005]:1-12. [Hannah (Murdoch) Blossom, daughter of James Murdoch5 (Ruth4 Bartlett, Ruth Pabodie3, Elizabeth2 Alden, John1).]

 "A New John Alden line in Georgia; Descendants of Mary E. Graham of Sardis, Georgia", by Michael J. Fudali, MQ 69 [March 2003]:112-19. [Carries the line of Lucy6 Alden (Israel5, Noah4, John3, Joseph2, John1), who married Joshua Claflin and resided in Tyringham, Mass., through their daughter Lucy Claflin7 who married Anson Graham, through their daughter Mary Graham8 who married Caleb Murray, through their daughter Sarah Murray9 who married 1st Morgan Lively, 2nd William Woods.]

 "Priscilla Alden's Apple Moyse", MQ 69 [June 2003]:249. [Recipe for apple pudding]

 "Notable MayflowerDescendant John Quincy Adams (1767-1848)", by John Hunt, MQ 69 [Sept. 2003]:309-311. [Historical in nature; no genealogy]

 "This Spot which our Ancestors Chose: A Portrait of an Alden Family in the Poems of a Duxbury Girl", by Hobson Woodward, MQ 69 [Sept. 2003]:338-355. [Biographical relating to the life and poems of Hannah Packard7, daughter of Henry Packard and Mercy6 Alden.]

 "Samuel Holmes5-6 of Montville, Connecticut", by Margaret H. Stover, MQ 66 [Sept. 2000]:243-249. [Descendant of John Alden, Richard Warren and William Brewster.]

 "Three Ebenezer Aldens", by Linda R. Ashley, MQ 65: [Feb. 1999]: 41-48. [Short bios on three of that name: Dr. Ebenzer6 Alden (Daniel5-4, Joseph3-2, John1); Dr. Ebenezer7 Alden (son of preceeding Ebenezer6) and his son Rev. Ebenezer8 Alden.]

 "Biography: John Alden and Priscilla Mullins", by Alicia C. Williams, MQ 65: [May 1999]:125-141. [Includes data on William Mullins.]

 "The Peabody Sisters - Women of Substance", by Linda R. Ashley, MQ 65 [Aug. 1999]:229-239. [Fascinating story of sisters Elizabeth, Mary and Sophia Peabody of Salem, Mass., daughters of Nathaniel7 Peabody (Isaac Peabody6, Sarah Dorman5, Sarah Thayer4, Sarah Bass3, Ruth2 Alden, John1). Sophia Peabody married Nathaniel Hawthorne, Mary married Horace Mann and Elizabeth Peabody established the first free kindergarten in the US in 1870.]

 "The saga of 'Private Shurtleff': A Mayflower connection with a twist", by Robert C. Thompson, MQ 65 [Aug. 1999]:265-68. [Story of Deborah Sampson who enlisted in the Revolutionary War in 1782 as 'Robert Shurtleff'. She was the daughter of Jonathan Sampson and Deborah Bradford and was a 6th generation descendant from Alden and Standish and 5th from Bradford. She married Benjamin Gannett in 1785 and died in 1827. She wrote her biography in 1797. See also MQ 48 [Nov. 1982]:172-77, "The Secret Life of Jonathan Sampson", by Barbara L. Merrick, which recounts the story of Deborah's father.]

 "The Probable Wife of John3 (John2-1)Alden", by Ann S. Lainhart, MD 47 [Jan. 1997]:1-8.[Provides evidence to show his wife was Elizabeth Gwinn, daughter of Thomas Gwinn and Elizabeth2 Gillam (Benjamin1). Provides bio and genealogical data on Benjamin1 Gillam, his children and grandchildren.]

 "Mixed-up Marys and Elizabeths in the Family of John2 Alden", by Ann S. Lainhart, MD 47 [July 1997]:101-104. [Provides evidence to show that Mary4 Alden (Nathaniel3, John2-1) m. Joseph Brightman; Mary4 Alden (Zachariah3, John2-1) m. Samuel Kneeland and Elizabeth4 Alden (Zachariah3, John2-1) m. Timothy Green.]

 "Hepzibah Alden's Silver Box, The Scandal of Ann Sargent Gage, and Some Descendants of Nathaniel3 (John2-1)Alden", by Ann S. Lainhart and Alicia C. Williams, MD 45 [Jan. 1995]:1-8. [Covers children of Elizabeth Hayward5, (Hepzibah4 Alden, Nathaniel3, John2-1) and follows the line of daughter Hepzibah Atkins6.]

 "Bible Records: Family Register of Benjamin And Mary (Hodges) Alden", MD 44 [July 1994]:145. [Records of family of Benjamin6 Alden (Josiah5, Samuel4, Joseph3-2, John1.)]

 "Lost and Found: Joseph Otis", by Mary J. Fuller, Neil D. Thompson, Alicia C. Williams, MD 44 [Jan. 1994]:45-46. [Discussion of two by that name one born 1712 and another born 1725/6, with new information citing deeds, to correct NEHGR 118:128-130, "The Two Joseph Otises of Barnstable 1780-1790", by Anne B. Harding.]

 "Henry, The Non-Mayflower Alden", by Esther L. Woodworth-Barnes and Alicia C. Williams, MD 44 [Jan. 1994]:27-30. [Information and children of John Adams4 Alden (John3-2, Henry1), Nathaniel Butler4 Alden (John3-2, Henry1), William4 Alden (Henry3, John2, Henry1) and Moses4 Alden (Silas3, John2, Henry1).]

 "Henry, The Non-Mayflower Alden", by Esther L. Woodworth-Barnes and Alicia C. Williams, MD 43[Jan. 1993]:21-41. [Discusses the reasons why no relationship to John Alden of the Mayflower has even been proven; provides data on the seven children of Henry (ca1663-1730) & Deborah ( ) Alden of Billerica/Dedham, including grandchildren.]

 "Alden Notes: Fobes/Southworth Correction", by Robert S. Wakefield, MD 42 [Jan. 1992]:9-11. [Corrects MD 41:141, William Fobes did not marry Elizabeth Southworth.]

 "Alden Notes: Southworth Notes", by Alicia C.Williams, MD 41 [July 1991]:137-138. [Discusses the wives of Benjamin4 Southworth (Mary Pabodie3, Elizabeth2 Alden, John1 and his brother Constant, who married Rebecca Delano4 (Elizabeth Standish3, Sarah2 Alden, John1) and Rebecca Simmons4 (Mercy Pabodie3, Elizabeth2 Alden, John1).]

 "Alden Notes: Seabury/Fobes Notes", by Alicia C. Williams, MD 41 [July 1991]:139-142. [Discusses Martha Pabodie3 (Elizabeth2 Alden, John1) and her husbands Samuel Seabury and William Fobes.]

 "Alden Bible", MD 41 [July 1991]:183-184. [Bible of Sidney7 Alden (David6, Seth5-4, Jonathan3-2, John1).]

 "Potpourri: Will of Seth5 Alden (Seth4, Jonathan3-2, John1), 1809, Kingsbury, NY.]

 "The Mayflower Descents of President George Herbert Walker Bush, First Lady Barbara Pierce Bush, and Vice President James Danforth Quayle", by Gary B. Roberts, MD 41 [Jan. 1991]:1-8. [Outlines the Howland line of President Bush; Sampson line for Mrs. Bush and Alden/Standish line for Vice President Quayle.]

 "Alden Bible Records", MD 39 [July 1989]:153-54. [Nathaniel Alden (b.1752) and Rebecca Ripley (b.1760).]

 "Alden Deed", MD 39 [July 1989]:162. [Transcript of 1767 deed between Daniel Alden, Barnabus Alden, Joshua Blogget, Hannah Blogget to Joseph Alden, Zephniah Alden, Eleaser Whitman and Abigail Whitman.]

 "The Parentage of Keziah, Wife of Nathaniel Sprague of Duxbury and Rochester", by Neil D. Thompson, MD 39 [July 1989]:179-180. [Nathaniel Sprague4 (Ruth3 Alden, David2, John1).]

 "John Alden: Theories on English Ancestry", by Alicia C. Williams, MD 39 [July 1989]:111-22. [Part 2 continues in MD 40 [July 1990]:133-36.]

 

ISAAC ALLERTON

  "Rebecca Harlow, Wife of Rev. Isaac Cushman of Plympton, Massachusetts," by Emily S. Palmer, MQ 77 [March 2011]:39-43. [Interesting account of Emily's DNA test with a full genomic sequence match to someone else descended from Richard Warren's wife Elizabeth Walker, thus confirming what researchers have long suspected in identifying Isaac Cushman's wife.]

  "Robert Cushman's Deposition In A 1605 Apprentice Abuse Case," by Simon Neal, MD 60 [Spring 2011]:50-51.

  "Canterbury Cathedral Archives: Robert Cushman's Libels of 1603," by Michael R. 49., MD 60 [Spring 2011]:36-

  "Pilgrim Robert Cushman's Book, The Cry of the Stone," by Michael R. Paulick, MD 60 [Spring 2011]:31-35.

 "Anne (Lee) Eustace, Daughter of Hancock Lee of Northumberland Co., VA And His Second Wife Sarah Allerton, by James R. Hancock, MD 59 [Winter 2010]:1-16. [Documented account proving Hancock Lee had two daughters (Anna, Anne), with Anna (Lee) Armistead the dau of first wife Sarah3 (Allerton) Newton (Isaac2-1).]

 "Two Letters written by Bartholomew Allerton", by Caleb Johnson, MQ 75 [March 2009]: 46-448. [Two letters found in the British Library, dated 1645.]

 "A Clue to the Parentage of Isaac Allerton", by Leslie Mahler, MQ 75 [March 2009]:54-56. [Cites a newly found 1609 apprenticeship record for Isack Allerton, son of Bartholmew of Ipswich, county Suffolk, tailor.]

 "Allerton/Cushman Line Extended", by Roger R. Scott, MQ 74 [Sept. 2008]:290-91. [Proof showing Samuel P. Cushman was the son of John6 Cushman (William5-4, Eleazer3, Mary2 Allerton, Isaac1). Also descent to Chilton, Cooke and Priest.

 "Isaac Allerton, His Book: The Allerton/Brewster Bible At The Massachusetts Historical Society", by David A. Furlow and Lisa h. Pennington, MD 57 [Summer 2008]: 97-104. [Fascinating account of this 1601 bible including following those who owned it, as well as Isaac's signature.]

 "Determining the Parentage of Mercy Perkins, Wife of Joseph Warren of Bridgewater, MA, Middleboro, MA and Ashfield, MA", by Carl Anderson III, MQ 74 [March 2008]:51-53. [Suggests that Mercy Perkins was not the daughter of Luke Perkins & Ruth5 Cushman (Robert4, Thomas3, Mary2 Allerton, Isaac1) but that of Timothy Perkins and first wife Susannah Washburn (Chilton and Cooke lines).]

 "Ruth Perkins, daughter of Ignatious of Freetown, Mass. A Continuation of a Little Examined Howland-Tilley-Allerton Lineage," by Paul S. Bumpus, MQ 72 [Sept. 2006]:298-305. [Identifies two additional children of Ignatious Perkins6 (Ruth5, Robert4, Thomas Cushman3, Mary2 Allerton, Isaac1) and wife Keziah Davis, William and Ruth. Ruth7 Perkins married Jesse Pierce and both her children and grandchildren are documented in this article.]

 "Josiah Kent's Children", by Ann S. Lainhart, MQ 72 [Sept. 2006]:289-297. [Expands on Mayflower Families, (Howland) 23:1:196, the family of Josiah Kent5 (Desire4 Cushman, Thomas Cushman3, Mary2 Allerton, Isaac1) and wife Alethea Bullock, carrying the line to the sixth generation and adding a daughter, Alethea5 who married William Brown.]

 "The Families of Bethiah (Chipman) Smith and Anna (Chipman) Cushman: Smallpox Hits in 1777", by Susan E. Roser, MQ 71 [March 2005]:35-41. [Bethiah and Anna Chipman were daughters of Jacob4 Chipman (Samuel3, Hope2 Howland, John1) and Bethiah Thomas4 (Lydia3 Howland, John2-1). Twelve members of both families died during the 1777 smallpox epidemic in the Middleboro/Plympton area.]

 "Isaac Allerton Revisted", by Robert J. Heinsohn, MQ 69 [June 2003]:230-236. [Chronological recap of his life, beginning with 1620.]

 "Isaac Allerton in Marblehead, New Amsterdam and New Haven", by Robert J. Heinsohn, MQ 69 [June 2003]:236-245. [His life and business dealings.]

 "Two Susanna Coles: One Mayflower Connection", by Susan E. Roser, MD 50 [Summer 2001]:165-66. [One married Robert Harlow, son of William4 Harlow and Lydia3 Cushman.]

 "Another Look at the Children of Moses Washburn", by John A. Maltby, MQ 66: [Mar. 2000]:30--38. [Children of Moses5 Washburn and wife Hannah5 Cushman.]

 "Important Allerton/Brewster Corrections: Chapter II", by Robert S. Wakefield, MD 43 [Summer 1993]:1- . [Evidence to prove Hancock Lee, husband of Sarah3 Allerton (Isaac2-1) had a daughter named Anna by his first wife and daughter Ann by 2nd wife Sarah Allerton.]

 "Important Allerton/Brewster Corrections", by Barbara L. Merrick, MD 42 [July 1992]:117-123. [Corrects data found in the Allerton MFIP (1990) concerning the family of Isaac2-1 Allerton of Virginia.]

 "Bartholomew Allerton and the Fairfax Family of Bramfield, Suffolk", by Newman A. Hall, MD 40 [Jan. 1990]:7-10. [Includes wills of Bartholomew2 Allerton (Isaac1) and wife Sarah (Fairfax) Allerton, and her father Benjamin Fairfax.]

 "A Delano Item", MD 39 [Jan. 1989]:88. [Transcript of 1825 deed proving parentage of Joseph6 Delano (Barzillai5, Thomas4-3, Rebecca2 Alden, John1).]

 

JOHN BILLINGTON

 "Abigail (Bent) Smith: An Unrecorded Daughter of Joseph and Jemima5 (Billington) Bent," by John B. Arthaud and Peter H.Kemp, MD 61 [Spring 2012]: 34-37. [Addition to MF 21:44. Abigail married Joseph Smith]

 "The Family Of John And Esther (Daggett) Franklin Of Tioga Co., Penn., And Steuben Co., N.Y.: A John Billington Line," by Christopher C.Child and J. Kelsey Jones, MD 60 [Autumn 2011]: 158-78. [Census and assessment records between 1810-1850 are used to identify the children of John Franklin and Esther Daggett8 (1785-1853); additional records are cited to flesh out these children and add grandchildren.]

 "William6 Bent, An Unrecorded Son Of Joseph and Jemima5 (Billington) Bent," by John B. Arthaud, MD 60 [Autumn 2011]: 136-45. [Addition to MF 21:44. Note that William Bent married in 1768, Sarah Samson, dau of Zabadiel and Abigail (Cushman) Samson. Abigail has descent back to Alden, Allerton, Eaton, Soule and Standish.]

 "Dr. Mary Edwards Walker, Women of the Mayflower Series". See Alden family.

 "Nathaniel And Esther (Carpenter)(Bardeen) Bowen And Their Family", by Cherry F. Bamberg, NEHGR 164 [April 2010]:121-134. [Account of the Bowen children and grandchildren of Esther Carpenter5 (Desire Martin4, Mercy3 Billington, Francis2, John1).

 "Betsey Leonard's Lineage Has Been Found!" by Janice R.M. Infante, MQ 73 [June 2007]:127-136. [Describes the journey to find the parentage of Elizabeth Leonard, wife of Caleb Hall, as the daughter of Perez Leonard & Elizabeth6 Eaton (Barnabas5, Samuel4, Martha3 Billington, Francis2, John1.); includes her children and gravestone pictures. See also Eaton and S.Fuller.]

 "The Billingtons: fractious first family", by David Kindy, MQ 71 [June 2005]:157-160. [Bio of John Billington and his family.]

 "The President Has Been Shot! James A. Garfield, MQ 66 [Sept. 2000]:261-70. [Garfield was a 9th generation Billington descendant through his mother.]

 "Billington-Washburn-Cooke: A Correction", by Eugene A. Stratton, TG 4 [1983]:202-3.

 "Some Descendants of Francis2 Billington of the Mayflower", by Robert S. Wakefield, TG 3 [1982]:228-448.

 

WILLIAM BRADFORD

 "The Titanic: A Mayflower Connection, by Susan E. Roser, MQ 78 [March 2012]:16-20. [Account of Francis D. Millet, husband of Elizabeth Greely Merrill, a descendant of Alden, Bradford and Brewster. Included are pictures of her grandparents, Royal Whitman (1790-1868) and Sally Bradford (1794-1864)]

 "Correction to William Bradford", by Ann S. Lainhart, MQ 73 [March 2007]: 82-83. [Correction to MF 22:391-2, to show that Sylvia6 Bradford (Peabody5, Gamaliel4, Samuel3, William2-1) did not die young in 1778 as stated, but rather she married in 1793, Ichabod Washburn. Note as well a correction to #535, Ephraim Bradford,giving his wife as Louisa/Lovisa/Lovsey (Dawes) Delano).]

 "Non-Mayflower Bradfords Of New England: Descendants Of Robert And William, Brothers Of Beverly", by Scott Andrew Bartley, MD 55 [Summer 2006]: 140-159. [Not Mayflower lines but added here to assist with other Bradford research.]

 "Children of Joseph4 and Tabitha (Tobey) Freeman of Duxbury", by Kent Randell, MD 55 [Summer 2006]: 97-100. [Of their nine children, seven married Mayflower descendants. Daughter Lydia5 Freeman had a child, Peabody, by Peabody5 Bradford (Gamaliel4, Samuel3, William2-1). Note that through Peabody5 Bradford's mother, Abigail Bartlett, there is also ancestry to Alden, Rogers and Warren. Son Benjamin5 Freeman married Hannah6 Bradford (Eliphalet5, William4, John3, William2-1). See Brewster for her maternal ancestry.]

 "The Case For The Parentage Of James Winslow Of Martha's Vineyard", by Judith H. Swan, MD 55 [Winter 2006]:1-3. [Discusses parentage of James Winslow whose second wife was Elizabeth Holmes (Abigail4 Bradford, Ephraim3, William2-1).]

 "Additions and Corrections to Mayflower Families through Five Generations, Vol. 22, William Bradford", by Ann S. Lainhart, MQ 71 [March 2005]: 92-94. [Covers the following: #139 Benjamin Chipman, #340 Job Bradford, #389 Abigail Sherman, #408 Lucy Sprague, #478 Elijah Bradford, #500 Lydia Chandler.]

 "Non-Mayflower Bradfords Of New England: Descendants Of Robert Bradford Of Boston", by Ann S. Lainhart and Scott A. Bartley, MD 53 [Winter 2004]:1-18. [Included here to assist those with other Bradford lines.]

 "Geneva Bible", MQ 69 [Sept. 2003]:306. [Describes the bible of William Bradford which is on the back cover. The bible is in the collection at Pilgrim Hall.]

 "Polly Bradford's Silhouette", MQ 69 [Sept. 2003]:314-15. [Picture of the silhouette of Mary/Polly6 Bradford, daughter of Peter5 Bradford (Gamaliel4, Samuel3, William2-1) and Abigail Loring.]

 "Which Samuel Baker Married Hannah Ford?" by Ann S. Lainhart, MD 51 [Summer 2002]:102-104. [Samuel Baker4, Sarah3 Bradford, William2-1) married Hannah Ford.]

 "The Quiet Death of Dorothy (May) Bradford", by R.G. Kainer, NEA 2 [Fall 2001]:24-26.

 "Major William2 Bradford's Second Wife: Was She the Widow of Francis2 Griswold?", by David J. Webber, NEHGR 155 [July 2001]:245-50. [Suggests she was Sarah ( ) Griswold, widow of Francis.]

 "Bradford Family Bible of Eastport and Friendship, Maine". [Bible of Andrew R. Bradford, 1795-1854.] MQ 66 [Sept. 2000]:238-42.

 "A Bradford/Clark Addition", by Bette I. Bradway, MQ 66 [Dec. 2000]:352-54. [Solomon6 Clark.]

 "The saga of 'Private Shurtleff': A Mayflower connection with a twist", by Robert C. Thompson, MQ 65 [Aug. 1999]:265-68. [Story of Deborah Sampson who enlisted in the Revolutionary War in 1782 as 'Robert Shurtleff'. She was the daughter of Jonathan Sampson and Deborah Bradford and was a 6th generation descendant from Alden and Standish and 5th from Bradford. She married Benjamin Gannett in 1785 and died in 1827; wrote her biography in 1797. See also MQ 48 [Nov. 1982]:172-77, "The Secret Life of Jonathan Sampson", by Barbara L. Merrick, which recounts the story of Deborah's father.]

 "Governor Bradford-Alice Southworth Marriage", by Kay Campbell, MQ 65 [Aug. 1999]:277.

 "Errata And Addenda" to Descendants of Governor William Bradford by Ruth G. Hall, MD 41 [Jan. 1991]:82-4. [Further research is needed to prove the marriage of Lydia Holmes6 (Lydia5 Bradford, Benjamin4, Israel3, William2-1) who is alleged to have married John Cushing and Erastus Peterson.]

 

WILLIAM BREWSTER

 "The Titanic: A Mayflower Connection, by Susan E. Roser, MQ 78 [March 2012]:16-20. [Account of Francis D. Millet, husband of Elizabeth Greely Merrill, a descendant of Alden, Bradford and Brewster.]

 "William Brewster and the road not taken: the brief public career of Elder William Brewster," by Peggy Baker, MQ 77 [Sept. 2011]:248-63.

  "The William Brewster House," by Paula Peters and Richard Pickering, MQ 77 [March 2011]:30-33. [Includes pictures of the house at Plimoth Plantation which was re-built in 2009.]

  "Notable Mayflower Descendants: John B. Stetson (1830-1906), Hatter," by Christopher C. Child, MD 60 [Spring 2011]: 67-70.

  "Notable Mayflower Descendants: William Jennings Bryan (1860-1925)," by Gary B. Roberts, MD 60 [Spring 2011]:61-66. [Includes his Brewster, E. Fuller and Howland lines.]

  "William Brewster And Richard Jackson Of Scrooby Manor," by Jeremy D. Bangs, MD [Spring 2011]:52-60. [Includes a letter to Secretary Davison "discussing Brewster's position as Postmaster of Scrooby, with Davison's notes and comments."]

  "The Brewster Book Returns," by Caleb H. Johnson, MD 60 [Spring 2011]: 10-26. [History of the book including transcription from 16 pages.]

 "Luck Plays a Role in Amateur Genealogy", by Gary Macmann, MQ 76 [June 2010]:146-153. [Author's account of a trip to Plymouth tracing Bernard Macmann and his wife Susan Raymond, his wife being descended from William Brewster, Francis Cooke and George Soule.]

 "The Payn and Bacon Families Meet in Western Massachusetts," by Mary Ellen Scarborough, MQ 76 [March 2010]: 68-76. [Documented historical account of Stephen Payn6 (Mary5, Benjamin4-3, Jonathan2, William1 Brewster)and his wife Rebecca Bushnell.]

 "Huldah Gross, Wife Of Jehiel Gates Of East Haddam And Litchfield, Connecticut", by Jerri T. McCoy, MD 57 [Winter 2008]:12-21. [Identifies Huldah, wife of Jehiel Gates, as Huldah7 Gross, daughter of Thomas Gross6 (Experience5 Freeman, Edmund Freeman4, Mercy Prence3, Patience2 Brewster, William1) and Huldah Seymour; documents the children and grandchildren of Thomas and Huldah Gross and continues one generation further with the grandchildren of Jehiel and Huldah Gates.]

 "The Ancestry of Mary Emily Howes With Lineages To William Brewster, Stephen Hopkins, And Francis Cooke", by Steven C. Bird, MD 57 [Winter 2008]:1-11. [Emma Howes, [1839-1915], daughter of Amaziah Howes and Lydia Allis, and wife of Ira Washington Bird of Wisconsin. The two Brewster lines are thru her father: Amaziah Howes10 (Levinia Tobey9, Mary8 Sears, Micajah Sears7, Mercy Snow6, Mercy Freeman5, Rebecca Sparrow4, Mercy Prence3, Patience2 Brewster, William1) and Amaziah9 Howes (Lemuel8 Howes, Kimball Howes7, Lois Mayo6, Samuel5 Mayo, Samuel Mayo4, Hannah Prence3, Patience2 Brewster, William1).]

 "Descendants of Jabez Arnold of Haddam, Conn.: A William Brewster Line", by Timothy L. Jacobs, MD 56 [Winter 2007]:20-31. [Well documented account of the children of Jabez Arnold and Martha7 Freeman (Nathaniel6, Prence5, Thomas Freeman4, Mercy Prence3, Patience2 Brewster, William1).]

 "Children of Joseph4 and Tabitha (Tobey) Freeman of Duxbury", by Kent Randell, MD 55 [Summer 2006]: 97-100. [Of their nine children, seven married Mayflower descendants. Son Silas5 Freeman married Mary6 Brewster (Joseph5, Nathaniel4, William3, Love2, William1). See under White for her mother's ancestry. Son Benjamin5 Freeman married Hannah Bradford7 (Hannah6 Prince, Thomas5, Ruth Turner4, Mary3 Brewster, Jonathan2, William1). See under Bradford for her paternal ancestry.]

 "William Brewster's Preaching in St. Wilfrid's Church, Scrooby, 1598", by Jeremy D. Bangs, MQ 72 [Sept. 2006]:239-241. [Cites, with a photo of the original, a presentment dated 1598 naming William Bruster and others.]

 "Descendants Of John Young Of Plymouth And Eastham", by Andrew P. Langlois, MD 55 [Winter 2006]:29-52. [Family of Lydia4 Young (James3, Joseph2, John1) and husband John Rich6 (Mercy Knowles5, Mercy Freeman4, Mercy Paine3, Patience2 Brewster, William1). Also family of Rebecca4 Young (Elisha3, Nathaniel2, John1) and husband Eleazer5 Freeman (Nathaniel4, Mercy Prence3, Patience2 Brewster, William1). Also that for Rebecca4 Young (Nathan3, Nathaniel2, John1) and Zaccheus Higgins6 (Sarah5 Freeman, Edmund Freeman4, Mercy Prence3, Patience2 Brewster, William1). Also that for Martha4 Young (Nathan3, Nathaniel2, John1) and John Cole5 (Mercy Mayo4, Hannah Prence3, Patience2 Brewster, William1). Also that for Zebulon3 Young (Nathaniel2, John1) and Marcy Sparrow5 (Richard Sparrow4, Hannah Prence3, Patience2 Brewster, William1). Also family of Zipporah4 Young (John3, David2, John1) and Edmund Hall7 (Rebecca Sears6, Mary5 Freeman, Thomas4, Mercy Prence3, Patience2 Brewster, William1). Also that of Henry3 Young (David2, John1) and Elizabeth Higgins6 (Sarah5 Freeman, Edmund4, Mercy Prence3, Patience2 Brewster, William1).]

 "The Blossoms of Woodstock, VT and Ohio", by David T. Robertson and Helen K. Benter, MD 54 [Summer 2005]:1-12. [Hannah (Murdoch) Blossom, daughter of James Murdoch6 (Ruth5 Bartlett, Benjamin4, Sarah3 Brewster, Love2, William1).]

 "George Rogers of Norwich and Lebanon, Conn., Conway and Whately, Mass., And His Two Wives, Margaret Caswell and Ann Brewster: A New Francis Eaton Line", by Christopher C. Child, MD 53 [Winter 2004]: 19-28. [Second wife of George Rogers was Ann6 Brewster (Comfort5, Benjamin4-3, Jonathan2, William1).]

 "Grave marking by Descendants of Brewster, Rogers and Hopkins", by Adrian B. Burke, MQ 68 [2002]:43-48. [Discusses family of Darius Spring (1792-1814).]

 "John Paine's Daughter Identified: Brewster-Hopkins Update", by J.B. Coats, MD 50 [Summer 2001]:153.

 "Mrs. Abigal Ryder Her Bible",by Dale T. Lahey, MQ 67 [Sept. 2001]:257-263. [Abigail (Corey) Ryder was a seventh generation descendant from William White; her husband Stephen Ryder was a ninth generation descendant from William Brewster and Stephen Hopkins. They resided in New Brunswick, Canada.].

 "Young Brewster in Leiden, 1585-86", by Jeremy D. Bangs, NEA 1 [Summer 2000]:36-41.

 "Joseph6 Brewster, His Correct (First) Wife and Eldest Son, Asa", by Bette I. Bradway, MQ 66 [Sept. 2000]:218-34.

 "James2 and Hannah (Brewster) Starr Morgan of New London and Groton, Connecticut, with Notes on the Reverend William1 Wetherell of Scituate, Massachusetts," by David L. Greene, TG 14 [Spring 2000]:118-28.

 "Israel Brewster Bible", MQ 66 [Sept. 2000]:234-35.

 "Samuel Holmes5-6 of Montville, Connecticut", by Margaret H. Stover, MQ 66 [Sept. 2000]:243-249. [Descendant of John Alden, Richard Warren and William Brewster.]

 "Calkins-Thew descendants of Elder William Brewster", by Bette I. Bradway, MQ 65 [Nov. 1999]:327-346. [Carries ninth and tenth generation of Richard8 Calkins (Stephen7, Sarah Calkins6, Sarah5 Turner, Ezekiel Turner4, Mary3 Brewster, Jonathan2, William1). Well documented.]

 "Joseph Collins of Eastham And Three Generations of his Descendants", by Stanley N. Collins, Jr., NEHGR 151 [Jan.1997]:3-30, 151:442 (corrections). [Included in the Collins genealogy are spouses of Mayflower descendants, incl. Ruth Collins who m. Thomas Cobb.]

 "Descendants of John Rackett of Southold, Long Island", by Bette I. Bradway, NYBGR 126 [1995]:232-238, 127:38-45,99-101. [Connections with the Brewster family.]

 "Lost: Mary (Hazen?) Hurin", by Francis H. Huron, MD 44 [July 1994]:155-156. [Summary of data investigating the possibility that Mary Hazen6 (Elizabeth5 Turner, Ezekiel Turner4, Mary3 Brewster, Jonathan2, Williaml) married Seth Hurin.]

 "Wrestling2 Brewster: An Old Hoax Resurfaces and Other Mayflower Family Fables", by Robert S. Wakefield, MD 43 [Jan. 1993]:13-16. [Wrestling Brewster did not marry Emila Story in 1630, nor did he settle in NH in 1635.]

 "The Robinson Mumfords Of North Carolina", by Anna S. Weller and Amelia L. Bornman, ed. by Alicia C. Williams, MD 41 [Jan. 1991]:9-14. [Updated account with documentation on Robinson Mumford7 (Sarah6 Christophers, Richard5, Lucretia Bradley4, Elizabeth3 Brewster, Jonathan2, William1), his son Robinson8 and grandson Robinson9, updated from NYGBR 52:188-189.]

 "Potpourri: Division of estate of Joseph Brewster, 1779, New London, Conn.," MD 40 [July 1990]:183-84.

 "Records of the James Jones and Daniel Denison Families", by Alice R. Sloane, MD 39 [Jan. 1989]:37-40. [Transcript of family records found in 1838 pension records of James Jones and widow Catharine7 Denison (Daniel6-5, Rachel Starr5, Thomas Starr4, Hannah3 Brewster, Jonathan2, William1).]

 "Denison Bible Records", MD 39 [July 1989]:151-152. [Daniel Denison (b.1758) and Catherine Avery (b.1757)]

 

PETER BROWN

 "Dr. Mary Edwards Walker, Women of the Mayflower Series". See Alden family.

 "Brown-Doty Line Corrected", by Joyce Cushman, MD 54 [Winter 2005]:51-5. [Family of Ebenezer Barker, son of Josiah Barker and Sarah5 Macomber (Joanna4 Tinkham, Ebenezer3, Mary2 Brown, Peter1), continuing with their son Josiah Barker who married Penelope5 Hatch (Seth4, Isaac Hatch3, Mary2 Doty, Edward1).]

 "Was Elizabeth Dean a Daughter of Elizabeth (Snow)(Field)Dean?", by H. Clark Dean, MQ 70 [March 2004]:57-59. [Provides a partial transcript of the will of Joseph4 Snow (Joseph3, Rebecca2 Brown, Peter1), proving that his daughter, Elizabeth5 (Snow) Dean had two daughters, Sibble and Elizabeth; therefore Elizabeth should be added to the list of children in MF 7:160.]

 "The Probable English Origin of Mayflower Passenger Peter1 Browne, And His Association With Mayflower Passenger William1 Mullins", by Caleb Johnson, TAG 79 [July 2004]:161-178. [Provides information showing it likely that Peter Browne (and his brother John of Duxbury) were those baptized at Dorking, co. Surrey, England, the sons of William Browne, and goes on to discuss various English records which prove relationships between the Browne family and Mayflower passenger William Mullins.]

"The Wrong Isaac Tinkham", by Todd A. Farmerie, MD 50 [Summer 2001]:97-104. [Unravels mis-identification between Isaac Tinkham of MA and VT who m. Bethiah Emmons, and Isaac Tinkham of MA who m. Sylva Sturdevant. See also MD 57 [Winter 2008]:86 for an additional note.]

 

JAMES CHILTON

 "Death and Revolutionary War Service of Peter Bundy and his Son Peter", by James B. Battles, MQ 76 [June 2010]:141-145. [Sorting out Rev. War records to determine if they pertain to Peter6 Bundy (James5-4, Martha Chandler3, Isabella2, James1 Chilton) or his son Peter.]

 "A New Record Relating to James Chilton", by Caleb Johnson, MQ 75 [June 2009]:139-40. [Cites a 1598 bond.]

 "The Correct Baptism Dates for Mary Chilton and Edward Winslow", by Caleb Johnson, MQ 75 [June 2009]: 137-8. [Corrects Mary's date to 31 May (not 30 May) 1607 and Edward's to 20 Oct. 1595.]

 "Determining the Parentage of Mercy Perkins, Wife of Joseph Warren of Bridgewater, MA, Middleboro, MA and Ashfield, MA", by Carl Anderson III, MQ 74 [March 2008]:51-53. [Suggests that Mercy Perkins was not the daughter of Luke Perkins & Ruth5 Cushman (Allerton line) but that of Timothy Perkins6 (Martha5 Leonard, Solomon Leonard4, Sarah Chandler3, Isabella2 Chilton, James1)and first wife Susannah Washburn (Cooke line).]

 "Searching For The Ancestry Of Abigail Leonard", by Mary E. Boyd, MD 57 [Winter 2008]:68-75. [Evaluates all available evidence in primary records and concludes that Abigail Leonard, wife of Isaac Read, was the daughter of Samuel Leonard4 (Sarah Chandler3, Isabella2 Chilton, James1) and his second wife Deborah.]

 "Correcting Errors in Sibley's Harvard Graduates and in Maas' Divided Hearts, regarding Isaac Winslow born 1743 and Dr. Isaac Winslow born 1739", by Edward Sisson, MQ 73 [June 2007]:137-144. [Discusses Isaac6 Winslow, son of Joshua5 WInslow (Edward4-3, Mary2 Chilton, James1) and Elizabeth Savage.]

 "Children of Joseph4 and Tabitha (Tobey) Freeman of Duxbury", by Kent Randell, MD 55 [Summer 2006]: 97-100. [Of their nine children, seven married Mayflower descendants. Son Edmund Freeman married Lucy7 Arnold (Ezra6, Edward5, Elizabeth Gray4, Mary Winslow3, Mary2 Chilton, James1).]

 "Asa Waters: Testimony of a Hidden Lineage to James Chilton?", by Michael F. Dwyer, MQ 72 [Sept. 2006]:314-316. [Family evidence suggests another marriage with a son Samuel Waters for Hannah5 Leonard (Isaac Leonard4, Sarah Chandler3, Isabella2 Chilton, James1), who is covered in MF 15:64-5.]

 "Arthur1 Harris of Duxbury, Bridgewater, And Boston, Massachusetts, With an Account of His Apparent Grandson Thomas Harris of Plainfield, Connecticut", by Gale I. Harris, NEHGR 159 [July 2005]:261-73, [Oct. 2005] 349-59. [Arthur's son Isaac Harris married Mercy Latham3 (Susanna Winslow2, Mary2 Chilton, James1). Part 2 concludes with Isaac and Mercy's children.]

 "The Robert Forbes Winslow Bible", by Patricia M. Friesen, MQ 69 [Sept. 2003]:356-68. [Robert Forbes7 Winslow, son of Thomas6 Winslow (Isaac5, Edward4-3, Mary2 Chilton, James1) and Mary Forbes; numerous entries dating from Thomas' birth in 1772 to 1900's.]

 "Chilton Family - Missing Child", MQ 69 [Dec. 2003]:431. [Correction of MF 15:80 where Susanna6 Packard is missing from the list of children. She was born in Bridgewater, 3 Apr. 1718 and married there 16 Jan. 1733/4, David Orcutt.]

 "The Washburns of Middletown, Connecticut, and the Children of Joseph4 and Hannah (Johnson?): A Mayflower Line", by Anthony Hoskins, TAG 75 [July, 2000]:215-224. [Discusses two children of Joseph Washburn3 (Elizabeth Mitchell2, Jane2 Cooke, Francis1) and Hannah Latham3 (Susanna Winslow3, Mary2 Chilton, James1), Edward4 and Joseph4 Washburn, and suggests that the Phebe Washburn, b. ca1717 (who m. 1st Samuel Kingman, 2nd Jonathan Tryon), was the daughter of Joseph4 Washburn and Hannah (?Johnson).]

 "The President Has Been Shot! James A. Garfield, by Linda R. Ashley, MQ 66 [Sept. 2000]:261-70. [While Garfield was a 9th generation Billington descendant through his mother, his wife Lucretia (Rudolph) Garfield was a 9th generations Chilton descendant through her mother.]

 "The 1609-1610 Excommunications of Mayflower Pilgrims Mrs. Chilton and Moses Fletcher", by Michael R. Paulick, NEHGR 153 [Oct. 1999]: 407-412. [Also mentioned in the English church records are John Ellis, Thomas Bartlett. Gives evidence to show it highly unlikely that Mrs.Chilton was Susannah Furner.]

 "The Mayflower Descents of President George Herbert Walker Bush, First Lady Barbara Pierce Bush, and Vice President James Danforth Quayle", by Gary B. Roberts, MD 41:1-8. [Outlines the Howland line of President Bush; Sampson line for Mrs. Bush; Alden/Standish line and possible Chilton line for Vice President Quayle.]

 Additions and Corrections to "Thomas Caswell of Taunton and His Descendants", by George F. Sanborn, Jr., MD 40 [July 1990]:152-53. [Addition to MD 38 [Jan. 1988]:72, expanded info on Elizabeth Caswell and husbands Samuel6 Southworth4 (Nathaniel5 Southworth, Desire Gray4, Mary Winslow3, Mary2 Chilton, James1 + Jael3 Howland, Isaac2, John1) and Samuel4 Doty (John3, Joseph2, Edward1).]

 

FRANCIS COOKE

 "Luck Plays a Role in Amateur Genealogy", by Gary Macmann, MQ 76 [June 2010]:146-153. [Author's account of a trip to Plymouth tracing Bernard Macmann and his wife Susan Raymond, his wife being descended from William Brewster, Francis Cooke and George Soule.]

 "Dr. Mary Edwards Walker, Women of the Mayflower Series". See Alden family.

 "Descendants Of Thomas And Rachel (Cummings) Southworth And New Child: Alden, Cooke, And Warren Lines", by Deborah K. Nowers, MD 58 [Summer 2009]:100-109. [Documented research on the children of Thomas6 Southworth (John5, Nathaniel4, Rebecca Pabodie3, Elizabeth2, Alden, John1) and wife Rachel Cummings6 (Rachel5 Swift, Thomas4, Elizabeth Tomson3, Mary2 Cooke, Francis1). Their son Moses Southard married Nancy King, probable daughter of Samuel6 King (Hezekiah5, Sarah Reed4, Esther Thomson3, Mary2 Cooke, Francis1). Note also that Rachel Cummings was omitted from the list of children in MF 12:566.]

 "The "Forgotten" Children Of Charles5 Cooke", by Scott E. Tracy, MD 58 [winter 2009]:27-47]. [Five children are added to his account in MF 12:442-443. Charles5 Cooke6, son of Robert4 Cooke (Francis3, Jacob2, Francis1) and Abigail Harlow5 (Abigail4 Church, Nathaniel3, Elizabeth2 Warren, Richard1) had seventeen children by wives Hannah Faunce (Lydia4 Cooke, Jacob3, Francis1) and Sarah (Everson) Tinkham. The last five,Huldah, Joshua, Charles, Rhoda and Bethany were found in the probate records of their sister Anne (Cooke)(Corps) Bullock who died childless. Continued in MD 58 [Summer 2009]:115-138.]

 "A Stone for Mary - Finally", by John S. White, MQ 74 [Sept. 2008]:272-78. [Account of the life of John Tomson and his wife Mary2 Cooke (Francis1); the author's search for their gravestones and erecting a stone for Mary in Nemasket Cemetery in Middleborough, Mass.]

 "Two William Wests: Correction to MF 12 (1996):373", by Louise W. Throop, MQ 74 [March 2008]:54-55. [Identifies and sorts out the families of two William Wests; the William West with wife Joanna Peckham as given in MF 12 [1999]:382-3 is the son of Richard5 West (Thomas4, Richard3, Susannah2 Soule, George1), not the son of Bartholomew4 West (Mercy3 Cooke, John2, Francis1).]

 "Determining the Parentage of Mercy Perkins, Wife of Joseph Warren of Bridgewater, MA, Middleboro, MA and Ashfield, MA", by Carl Anderson III, MQ 74 [March 2008]:51-53. [Suggests that the Mercy Perkins was not the daughter of Luke Perkins & Ruth5 Cushman (Allerton line) but that of Timothy Perkins6 (Chilton line)and first wife Susannah6 Washburn (Samuel5-4, Elizabeth Mitchell3, Jane2 Cook, Francis1). Note there are typos, pg.53, 5th parag., 3rd line should read "Samuel was the son of Samuel Washburn by Deborah Packard" - not "John Washburn". Susanna Washburn also has Chilton descent thru her mother, Abigail Leonard.]

 "The Ancestry of Mary Emily Howes With Lineages To William Brewster, Stephen Hopkins, And Francis Cooke", by Steven C. Bird, MD 57 [Winter 2008]:1-11. [Emma Howes, [1839-1915], daughter of Amaziah Howes and Lydia Allis, and wife of Ira Washington Bird of Wisconsin. The Cooke line is thru her father: Amaziah8 Howes (Levinia7 Tobey, Amaziah Tobey6, Deborah5 Taber, John Taber4, Mary Tomson3, Mary2 Cooke, Francis1).]

 "DeLannoy-LeMahieu Research", by Jeremy D. Bangs, MD 56 [Summer 2007]:150-162. [Early records from Leiden and France are included.]

 "Ancestry and History of Philip Delano, Born Philippe De Lannoy", by George English, MD 56 [Winter 2007]:70-90. [Interesting account of the family including a summary of eighteen sources dealing with the family. The second part and conclusion appears in MD 56 [Summer 2007]: 163-184.]

 "Mosher-Lason-Rowley Quandry", by Scott A. Bartley, MD 56 [Winter 2007]: 1-4. [Joanna Mott, dau of Adam Mott and Apphiah Hathaway5 (Thomas4, Sarah3 Cooke, John2, Francis1), who married 1) Joseph Mosher, 2) Ephraim Mosher, and her daughter Apphia Mosher and granddaughter Nancy Lason.]

 "Descendants of John Young Of Plymouth And Eastham", by Andrew P. Langlois, MD 55 [Winter 2006]:29-52. [Includes family of John3 Young (David2, John1) and Dinah Harding however it errs in citing her lineage as (Joseph Harding4, Bethiah3 Cook, Josiah2, Francis1).]

 "The Case For The Parentage Of James Winslow Of Martha's Vineyard", by Judith H. Swan, MD 55 [Winter 2006]:1-3. [Proposes that James Winslow who married Rhoda Chase, 1757 and Elizabeth Holmes, 1779, was the son of James Winslow (of Middleborough and Rochester) and Susanna Conant6 (Elizabeth5 Washburn, Thomas4, Elizabeth Mitchell3, Jane2 Cooke, Francis1.)]

 "The Mayflower Ancestry of Dr. James Howard of Cumberland, RI, Part 1", by John A. Maltby and Douglas B. Ayer, MQ 72 [March 2006]:48-58. [James Haward5 (Elizabeth Washburn4, Elizabeth Mitchell3, Jane2 Cooke, Francis1) and wife Elisabeth Wallis had four children who will be continued in Part 2.]

 "Abigail Tomson's Gravestone", by Dale H. Cook, MD 54 [Summer 2005]:132-33. [Gravestone found for Abigail4 Tomson (Jacob Tomson3, Mary2 Cooke, Francis1) who married Jonathan Packard.]

 "Zaccheus Tobey (1757-1839) of Dartmouth and Conway, Massachusetts, and Otsego County, New York", by Sandra H. Ball, NEHGR 158 [2004]:231-245. [Identifies Zaccheus as the nephew of Rev. Zaccheus Tobey and not his son, therefore his parents are Elnathan Tobey and Deborah5 Taber (John Taber4, Mary Tomson3, Mary2 Cooke, Francis1).]

 "Silver Book Corrections", MD 53 [Summer 2004]:115. [Update on MF 12:405-6, the family of Elijah King and Maria5 Cooke (James4, Caleb3, Jacob2, Francis1). Research has proven the following children, viz: Elijah, Chloe, Sarah, Abigail and John; no proof for son James as cited in MF.]

 "The Case for the Wife of Jonathan Woods, Sr. as a Descendant of Francis Cooke", by Ronald R. Woods, MQ 69 [March 2003]: 120-23. [Discusses wives of Jonathan Woods Sr. (who married 1st Betty Thomas in Middleborough in 1737, 2nd Ann (Packard) Edson in S. Bridgewater in 1771) and Jonathan Woods Jr., who married in Middleborough in 1764, Keziah Keith.]

 "Francis Cooke/Gideon5 Washburn Addition", by Bette I. Bradway, MQ 66 [Mar. 2000]:9.

 "Elisha5 Cooke (William4, Jacob3-2, Francis1) Additions and Corrections", by Priscilla E. Gumina, MQ [June 2000]:164.

 "The Washburns of Middletown, Connecticut, and the Children of Joseph4 and Hannah (Johnson?): A Mayflower Line", by Anthony Hoskins, TAG 75 [July 2000]:215-224. [Discusses two children of Joseph Washburn4 (Elizabeth Mitchell3, Jane2 Cooke, Francis1) and Hannah Latham4 (Susanna Winslow3, Mary2 Chilton, James1), Edward5 and Joseph5 Washburn, and suggests that the Phebe Washburn, b. ca1717 (who m. 1st Samuel Kingman, 2nd Jonathan Tryon), was the daughter of Joseph5 Washburn and Hannah (?Johnson).]

 "The Identity of Mercy French, wife of Joseph6 Turner", by Justine H. Laquer, MD 49 [Summer 2000]:158-160. [Joseph Turner has descent thru Hopkins, Cooke and Doty.]

 "Another Look at the Children of Moses Washburn", by John A. Maltby, MQ 66: [March 2000]:30-38. [Children of Moses5 Washburn and wife Hannah5 Cushman.]

 "Children of Experience Mitchell and Mary, His Second Wife", by Barbara L. Merrick, MD 49 [Summer 2000]:144-45.

 "Lemuel Hathaway's father documented", by Robert M. Haff, MQ 65 [Feb. 1999]:23-24. [Proves Lemuel was the illegitimate child of Charity West and Jethro5 Hathaway (Thomas Hathaway4, Sarah3 Cooke, John2, Francis1).]

 "The Fourth Child of John2 Cooke", by Carlton A. Palmer, MD 45 [Jan. 1995]:54. [Discusses the probability that Mary3 Cooke was born ca1645-49, not ca1651-52.]

 "Rebecca2 Lapham, Wife Of John3 Washburn Of Bridgewater, Massachusetts", by Barbara L. Merrick, TAG 71 [July 1996]:134-36. [Rebecca Lapham, daughter of Thomas Lapham and Mary Tilden married John Washburn4 (Elizabeth Mitchell3, Jane2 Cooke, Francis1), not Samuel3 White (Resolved2, William1).]

 "Potpourri: Barlow Genealogy", MD 45 [July 1995]:177-79. [Transcript from manuscript in GSMD files pertaining to children and grandchildren of Peleg Barlow (1692-1759) and Elizabeth Perry (1690-1759); Sandwich, Mass., to Amenia New York.

 "The Controversial James Wrights Of Plympton, Mass.", by Loring T. Briggs, MD 43 [Jan. 1993]:7-12. [James4 Wright (Adam3 Wright, Hester2 Cooke, Francis1).]

 "Josiah Allen's Wife Was William Read's Daughter", by Allen Brownlee, MD 40 [July 1990]:197-99. [Mary Read, daughter of William Read and Esther Tomson3 (Mary2 Cooke, Francis1).]

 "Richard Wright Of Plymouth, MA", by Robert S. Wakefield, TAG 59 [July 1983]:165-170.

 

JOHN CRACKSTONE

 "A Note On The English Origins Of MayflowerPassengers John1 Crackstone And John1 Hooke", by Caleb Johnson, TAG 80[April 2005]:100-101.

 

EDWARD DOTY

 "The Identity of Susanna Freeman, Second Wife of Zaccheus Handy of Sandwich and Rochester, Mass.," by Gregory J. Weinig, MD 61 [Spring 2012]:76-82. [Careful research has identified Zaccheus Handy's second wife as Susanna (Morse) Freeman, widow of Elisha Freeman, as stated in MF 11:1:204.]

 "Descendants of Resolved and Charity (Clapp) White of Rochester, Mass.," by S. Andrew Bartley, MD 61 [Spring 2012]: 60-69. [An account of the children and grandchildren of Resolved6 White (Justus5, Samuel3, Resolved2, William1 + Justus4, Martha3 Doty, Thomas2, Edward1), as found in MF 13:64 and MF 11:2:76-77.]

 "Unrecorded Will Of Jabez Fuller: Husband Of Edward Doty Descendant Hannah5 Pratt," by Alicia C. Williams, MD 60[Autumn 2011]: 179-80. [Transcription of an unrecorded will (found in a bible)of Jabez Fuller of Middleborough, dated 15 January 1770. Jabez was the husband of Hannah5 Pratt (Elizabeth Turner4, Hannah Hatch3, Mary2 Doty, Edward1) as per MF 11:3:225]

 "Holmes Descendants of Desire (Doty) (Sherman)(Holmes) Standish," by Susan A. Gillette, NEHGR 166 [April 2012]: 85-97. [Careful in-depth analysis of available records pertaining to the wife and children of John Holmes3 (Desire2 Doty, Edward1), showing he married Sarah4 Church (Nathaniel3, Elizabeth2 Warren, Richard1) and had 4 children, two of whom married Mayflower descendants. This differs from MF 11:2:24 which states he married Sarah Thomas and had 6 children.]

 "Susanna Doty's Family-Friendship Quilt," by Steve Pike, MQ 77 [Sept. 2011]:273-89. [1860 quilt containing 42 names of the family of Daniel Larkin (1778-1810) and wife Susanna Holden (1782-1856) and her second husband Erastus Doty (1791-1864); Colebrook, CT to Sand Lake, NY.]

 "Identifying Jonathan Pinney (ca.1754-1812) Of Guilford And Plymouth, Vermont", by Christopher C. Child, NEHGR 163 [April 2009]: 100-101. [Suggests another child of John Penney and Elizabeth5 Delano (Jonathan4, Hannah3 Doty, Thomas2, Edward1), Jonathan Penny. MF 11:2:81 gives them three children, Judith, Hannah and John.]

 "Descendants of John Young Of Plymouth And Eastham", by Andrew P. Langlois, MD 57 [Winter 2008]:52-67. [Includes ancestry of Elizabeth Young who married 2nd Seth5 Morse (Gershom Morse4, Elizabeth3 Doty, John2, Edward1).]

 "Delano Descendant First Over the Falls" by Muriel C. Cushing, MQ 73 [Dec. 2007]:308-10. Account of Annie Edson Taylor, who in 1901 on her 63rd birthday, went over Niagara Falls in a barrel and survived. Annie was the daughter of Merrick7 Edson (Delano6 Edson, Rhoda Peterson5, Ruth Delano4, Hannah3 Doten, Thomas2, Edward1) and Lucretia Waring. She also had descent from Alden and Soule.]

 "The Identity of Desire ( ), Wife of William Lucas, and Her Connection to Edward Fuller of the Mayflower", by Marston Watson, MQ 73 [March 2007]:51-56. [Suggests that Desire, wife of William Lucas, (son of John Lucas & Lydia4 Doty), was Desire Blish, dau of Elijah Blish7 (Temperance6 Fuller, Joseph5, Thomas4, Samuel3, Matthew2, Edward1) and Sarah Stewart. MF 11:1:477.]

 "Elizabeth (Wood) Doty and Susanna (Wood)(England)Carpenter of Rhode Island And Long Island: Daughters of John1 Wood, Not William1 England", by Henry B. Hoff, MD 54 [2005]:27-28. [Discusses parentage of Elizabeth (Wood) Doty, wife of Isaac2 Doty (Edward1).]

 "Brown-Doty Line Corrected", by Joyce Cushman, MD 54 [Winter 2005]:51-5. [Family of Ebenezer Barker, son of Josiah Barker and Sarah5 Macomber (Joanna4 Tinkham, Ebenezer3, Mary2 Brown, Peter1), continuing with their son Josiah Barker who married Penelope5 Hatch (Seth4, Isaac Hatch3, Mary2 Doty, Edward1).]

 "The Ancestry of the Rev. Francis1 Doughty of Massachusetts, Long Island, New Amsterdam, Maryland, and Virginia", by John A. Brayton, TAG 77 [2002]:16,127-136,289. [Not a Mayflower Doty line but often confused as such.]

 "Mary Fisher, Wife of Jabez5 Hatch (1709-1763), Wharfinger of Boston", by Frederick S. Sherman, NEHGR 155 [Jan. 2001]:105-110.

 "The Identity of Mercy French, wife of Joseph6 Turner", by Justine H. Laquer, MD 49 [Summer 2000]:158-160. [Joseph Turner has descent thru Hopkins, Cooke and Doty.]

 Additions and Corrections to "Thomas Caswell of Taunton and His Descendants", by George F. Sanborn, Jr., MD 40 [July 1990]:152-53. [Addition to MD 38 [Jan. 1988]:72, expanded info on Elizabeth Caswell and husbands Samuel Southworth4 (Jael3 Howland, Isaac2, John1) and Samuel4 Doty (John3, Joseph2, Edward1).]

 

FRANCIS EATON

 "Additions and Corrections to theMayflower Families Volumes, by Louise W. Throop, MD 61 [Spring 2012]: 88. [Provides death dates for Barnabas4 Eaton (MF 9:20) and his daughter Mehitable5 Eaton (MF 9:21), and birth date for Barnabas5 Canedy (MF 9:20).]

 "Additions and Corrections to the Mayflower Families Volumes, by Louise W. Throop, MD 60[Autumn 2011]: 151. [Deaths dates found for Benjamin4 Eaton, Thankful5 Eaton and Francis5 Eaton, to be added to MF 9:36-7.]

 "Dr. Mary Edwards Walker, Women of the Mayflower Series". See Alden family.

 "Betsey Leonard's Lineage Has Been Found!" by Janice R.M. Infante, MQ 73 [June 2007]:127-136. [Describes the journey to find the parentage of Elizabeth Leonard, wife of Caleb Hall, as the daughter of Perez Leonard & Elizabeth5 Eaton (Barnabas4, Samuel3-2, Francis1.); includes her children and gravestone pictures. See also Billington and S.Fuller.]

 "George Rogers of Norwich and Lebanon, Conn., Conway and Whately, Mass., And His Two Wives, Margaret Caswell and Ann Brewster: A New Francis Eaton Line", by Christopher C. Child, MD 53 [Winter 2004]: 19-28. [First wife of George Rogers was Margaret Caswell7 (Nathan6, Daniel Caswell5, Mary4, Daniel Ramsden3, Rachel2 Eaton, Francis1).]

 "Revisiting Job4 and Mercy (Perry) Caswell of Massachusetts And Maine: A Mayflower Line", by Louise W. Throop, TAG 76 [Oct. 2001]:279-81. [Family of Mercy Perry5, daughter of Barnabas Perry and Alice4 Soule, and Job6 Caswell (Timothy5, Mary4 Ramsden, Daniel Ramsden3, Rachel2 Eaton, Francis1.]

 "The Origin And Parentage of Francis1 Eaton", by Neil D. Thompson, TAG 73 [July-Oct. 1997]:301-304. [Proves that John Eaton & Dorothy Smith were his parents.]

 "Notes on Francis1 Eaton of Plymouth", by David L. Greene, TAG 72 [July/Oct. 1997]:305-309].

 "The Goodrich Sister David6 Hollister Married Was Sarah, Not Jemima", by Gale I. Harris, TAG 73 [Oct. 1998]:273-77. [Included is the question of the identities of Sarah Goodrich and Silvanus Eaton who married at Portland, CT in 1780, with mention of Silvanus5 Eaton (Francis4, Benjamin3-2, Francis1) as found in MF 9:117.]

 "Joanna4 Eaton Of North Yarmouth, Maine", by Robert S. Wakefield, MD 44 [Jan. 1994]:25-26. [Children and grandchildren of Joanna Eaton and Elisha French.]

 "Four New-Found Generations of Benjamin2 Eaton Descendants", by Barbara L. Merrick, MD 43 [Jan. 1993]:3-6, 191-94. [Discovery of deed leads to new Eaton descendants thru Sarah3 Eaton (Benjamin2, Francis1) who married Eleazer Rickard and gives the Rickard children and grandchildren (6th generation).]

 "Mary (Ramsden) Caswell: A New Francis Eaton Line?" by George F. Sanborn, Jr., MD 39 [Jan. 1989]:1-3. [More in-depth research to accompany MF 9:29.]

 "Silvanus5 Eaton (1734- ca1701/2)", by Helen S. Ullmann, MD 39 [Jan. 1989]:17-20. [Bio, children and grandchildren of Silvanus5 Eaton (Francis4, Benjamin3-2, Francis1) and wife Deborah Caswell.]

 "The Ramsden Family Of Plymouth, Mass.", by Robert S. Wakefield, MD 36 [July 1986]: 187-88. [Family of Joseph Ramsden and Rachel2 Eaton (Francis1).]

 "Thomas Caswell of Taunton and His Descendants", by George F. Sanborn, Jr., MD 36 [Jan. 1986]:5-10, 38 [1988]: -132, 39 [Jan. 1989]:4 (Additions), 5-13, 14 (Corrections). Ongoing article, see MD 40 [July 1990]:145-52 which includes the children and grandchildren of Daniel Caswell5 (Mary Ramsden4, Daniel3, Rachel2 Eaton, Francis1), thus one generation further than MF 9:87.]

 

EDWARD FULLER

  "Notable Mayflower Descendants: William Jennings Bryan (1860-1925)," by Gary B. Roberts, MD 60 [Spring 2011]:61-66. [Includes his Brewster, E. Fuller and Howland lines.]

 "Stephen Horton Of Hebron, Conn., And Marcellus, Onondaga Co., N.Y.: Establishing An Edward Fuller Line", by Henry B. Hoff, MD 58 [winter, 2009]:1-10. [Careful examination of records pertaining to Stephen Horton of Conn., son of Stephen Horton and Prudence6 Rowley5 (Samuel5, Moses Rowley4, Elizabeth3 Fuller, Matthew2, Edward1 + Elizabeth4 Fuller, John3, Samuel2, Edward1), with records of Stephen Horton of N.Y., with the conclusion that they were the same man. Includes children of Stephen and Prudence Horton as well as children of their son Stephen and his wife Heyltje Van Dyke.

 "The Identity of Desire ( ), Wife of William Lucas, and Her Connection to Edward Fuller of the Mayflower", by Marston Watson, MQ 73 [March 2007]:51-56. [Suggests that Desire, wife of William Lucas, (son of John Lucas & Lydia4 Doty), was Desire Blish, dau of Elijah Blish7 (Temperance6 Fuller, Joseph5, Thomas4, Samuel3, Matthew2, Edward1) and Sarah Stewart.]

 "Nathan6 Rowley (1754-1833) Of Shoreham, Vermont, and Canoe Camp, Pennsylvania And His Family. A Mayflower Line", by David M. Morehouse, TAG 81 [Oct. 2006]:282-299. [Life and chldren of Nathan6 Rowley (Thomas5, Elizabeth4 Fuller, John3, Samuel2, Edward1).]

 "A Question Of Typescript Evidence: Letters Linking Descendants Of Nathan Rowley Of Columbia And Lewis Counties, N.Y., To Edward Fuller Of The Mayflower", by Charles L. Baker and Jane F. Fiske", MD 54 [Summer 2005]:165-173. [Descendants of Simeon6 Rowley (Jabez Rowley5, Shubael4, Elizabeth3 Fuller, Matthew2, Edward1) of CT and NY. See correction in MD 55:28.]

 "Sarah (Chandler)(Cleaves)(Stevens)(Parker) Allen of Roxbury and Sandwich, Massachusetts", by Helen S. Ullmann, TAG 80 [Jan. 2005]:27-37. [While this article deals with Sarah and her five marriages, it touches on her "probable" granddaughter, Rebecca Cleaves, and the possibility that this Rebecca was the wife of Jonathan5 Fuller (Matthew4, Samuel3-2, Edward1) and not Rebecca Perry as suggested in MF 4:118-19.]

 "Edward Nye Fish, a Mayflower descendant among early settlers in the West", by Lawrence D. Nelson, MQ 69 [Sept. 2003]:316-323. [Biographical with pictures of Nye and his wife. He was a ninth generation descendant of Edward Fuller as well as a Howland and Tilley descendant.]

 "Supplementing a Mayflower Families Account: The Deaths of Thomas5 and Lois (Cass) Rowley", by David M. Morehouse. [Thomas Rowley5 (Elizabeth4 Fuller, John3, Samuel2, Edward1)]

 "The Identification of Samuel5 Gilbert of Barnstable, Massachusetts", by Clifford L. Stott, TAG 78 [Jan. 2003]:9-16. [Identifies Samuel Gilbert as the son of Nathaniel4 Gilbert (Samuel3, Jonathan2, Thomas1). His second wife was Thankful6 Fuller (Benjamin5, Thomas4, Samuel3, Matthew2, Edward1).]

 "Two David Dimmocks of Barnstable County, Massachusetts, and Two Wives Named Thankful: A Mayflower Line Corrected", by Susan E. Roser, TAG 77 [2002]:150-153. [Corrects Mayflower Families, Edward Fuller, 4:99 that the children credited to David Dimmock5 and Thankful Cobb are likely the children of David Dimmuck and Thankful Hatch, and thus have no Mayflower ancestry thru Dimmock.]

 "Samuel2 Fuller of Plymouth and Middleborough", by Robert S. Wakefield, MD 39 [Jan. 1989]:85-87. [Biographical]

 "Was Matthew Fuller Of Plymouth Colony A Son of Pilgrim Edward Fuller?" by Bruce C. MacGunigle, the late Robert M. Sherman and Robert S. Wakefield, TAG 61 [July/Oct. 1986]:194-99. [Examines the evidence, pro and con.]

 

SAMUEL FULLER

 "Dr. Mary Edwards Walker, Women of the Mayflower Series". See Alden family.

 "Samuel Fuller, Physician, Counselor, and Benefactor to the Pilgrims", by John Moran, MQ 73 [Dec. 2007]:329-339. [Biography]

 "The Husbands of Mary Fletcher Ford", by Ann S. Lainhart, MQ 73 [June 2007]:124-126. [Ninth generation, the daughter of Benjamin Ford and Mary Hunt.]

 "Betsey Leonard's Lineage Has Been Found!" by Janice R.M. Infante, MQ 73 [June 2007]:127-136. [Describes the journey to find the parentage of Elizabeth Leonard, wife of Caleb Hall, as the daughter of Perez Leonard & Elizabeth5 Eaton (Barnabas4, Elizabeth3 Fuller, Samuel2-1.); includes her children and gravestone pictures. See also Billington and Eaton.]

 "Who Was Anna Fuller, Mother of Hope (Blackmer) Sherman?" by William T. Ruddock, MD 53 [winter 2004]: 47-51. [Anna Blackmer5, dau of Nathaniel Blackmer and Rebecca4 Samson (Penelope3, James2, Henry1), married Simeon5 Fuller (Samuel4, John3, Samuel2-1).]

 "Two Daniel Coles of Eastham, Massachusetts, and Two Wives Named Mercy: A Mayflower Line", by Susan E. Roser, TAG 75 [Apr. 2000]:124-29. [Discusses the husband of Mercy3 Fuller (Samuel2-1).]

 "The Revolutionary War Service of Simeon Fuller of Dartmouth, Massachusetts", by Dale D. Webster, MQ 65 [Feb. 1999]:35-40. [Simeon5 Fuller (Samuel4, John3, Samuel2-1).]

 

STEPHEN HOPKINS

 "Investigation Into The Origins of Mary, Wife of Stephen Hopkins of Hursley," by Simon Neal, MD 61 [Spring 2012]: 38-59. [Thorough investigation into English records, identifying the "probable" parentage of Stephen Hopkins' first wife Mary as Mary Kent alias Back, dau of Robert Kent alias Black and Joan Machell, and goes back two more generations.]

  "The Tempestuous Stephen Hopkins," by Katherine Conway, MQ 77 [March 2011]:56-61.

 "Hopkins Bible Record", NEHGR 164 [April 2010]:112-113. [Bible record of Isaac Hopkins (b.1833) and wife Martha Foster (b.1835) of Abington, Mass., with a probable Mayflower line of Nathan Hopkins6-5, Joseph4, Stephen3, Giles2, Stephen1).

 "The Ancestry of Mary Emily Howes With Lineages To William Brewster, Stephen Hopkins, And Francis Cooke", by Steven C. Bird, MD 57 [Winter 2008]:1-11. [Emma Howes, [1839-1915], daughter of Amaziah Howes and Lydia Allis, and wife of Ira Washington Bird of Wisconsin. The Hopkins line is thru her father: Amaziah9 Howes (Levinia8 Tobey, Mary7 Sears, Micajah Sears6, Mercy5 Snow, Micajah4 Snow, Stephen3 Snow, Constance2 Hopkins, Stephen1).]

 "Descendants Of John Young Of Plymouth And Eastham", by Andrew P. Langlois, MD 54 [Summer 2005]:97-113. [Ancestry and family of Hope3 Young (Nathaniel2, John1) who married Jonathan Cole, son of John Cole4 (Ruth3 Snow, Constance2 Hopkins, Stephen1) and Mary4 Rogers. Also that for Rebecca3 Young (David2, John1) who married 2nd, Joseph Cole, son of John Cole and Ruth3 Snow (Constance2 Hopkins, Stephen1). Also that of Reliance3 Young (Henry2, John1) who married Elkanah5 Paine (Thomas4, Mary Snow3, Constance2 Hopkins, Stephen1). Part 2 continued in MD 55 [Winter 2006]:29-52 with the following: Family of Benjamin3 Young (John2-1) and wife Sarah4 Snow (Joseph3, Constance2 Hopkins, Stephen1). Also that of Barnabas3 Young (John2-1) and wife Ann5 Snow (John4-3, Constance2 Hopkins, Stephen1). Also the family of Mercy4 Young (Elisha3, Nathaniel2, John1) and Jacob5 Cooke (Josiah4, Deborah3 Hopkins, Giles2, Stephen1). Also that of Mary4 Young (Nathan3, Nathaniel2, John1) and Joseph Cole (John Cole4, Ruth Snow3, Constance2 Hopkins, Stephen1) and Mary Rogers4 (Mary Snow3, Constance2 Hopkins, Stephen1). Also that of Martha4 Young (Nathan3, Nathaniel2, John1) and John Cole4 (Ruth Snow3, Constance2 Hopkins, Stephen1). Also that of Thankful4 Young (Zebulon3, Nathaniel2, John1) and Nathaniel6 Paine (John5-4, Mary Snow3, Constance2 Hopkins, Stephen1). Also family of David3 Young (David2, John1) and Hannah Twining5 (Ruth Cole4, Ruth Snow3, Constance2, Hopkins, Stephen1). Continued in MD 55 [Winter 2007]:48-69, including family of Daniel Young and Lydia5 Paine (Nicholas4, Mary Snow3, Constance2 Hopkins, Stephen1). Continued in MD 57 [Winter 2008]: 52-67, including family of John Young and Mary Doane6 (Ruth5 Cole, Joseph Cole4, Ruth Snow3, Constance2 Hopkins, Stephen1). Also includes the ancestry of David Young who married Joanna6 Walker (Jabez Walker4-5, Sarah3 Snow, Constance2 Hopkins, Stephen1). Also the ancestry of Eleazer Young who married Sarah (Hopkins) Bowley, probably daughter of Jonathan5 Hopkins (Constant4, Caleb3, Giles2, Stephen1) Also the ancestry of Lydia Young who married Jonathan6 Hopkins (Isaac5, Joseph4, Stephen3, Giles2, Stephen1). Also the ancestry of Sarah Young who married Moses Snow, son of David5 Snow (Micajah4, Stephen3, Constance2 Hopkins, Stephen1). Also the family of Ezra Young and Constance Mayo6 (Thankful Twining5, Ruth Cole4, Ruth Snow3, Constance2 Hopkins, Stephen1). Also the family of Nehemiah Young who married Abigail Taylor7 (Phebe Higgins6, Rebecca5 Hopkins, Stephen4-3, Giles2, Stephen1). Also the family of Solomon Young who married Rebecca Nickerson6 (Bathsheba5 Snow, Ebenezer4, Stephen3, Constance2 Hopkins, Stephen1). Also the family of Moses Young who married Melatiah6 King (John King5, Bathshuah4 Snow, Joseph Snow3, Constant2 Hopkins, Stephen1). This concludes the account of John Young's descendants.]

 "Another Hopkins Descendant", by Richard H. Benson, MD 54 [Summer 2005]:136. [Found, in the records of Hull, MA is a Martha Snow, daughter of "Jabez Snow of Eastham".]

 "The John Riders of Yarmouth, Massachusetts", by Martin E. Hollick, TAG 80 [April 2005]:128-139. [Included is the family of Esther Rider who married Dean5 Smith5, the son of John Smith4 (Mary3 Hopkins, Giles2, Stephen1) and Bethiah4 Snow (Stephen3, Constance2 Hopkins, Stephen1).]

 The Lost Huldah Rogers Of Truro, Massachusetts", by Stephen A. Ralls, TAG 79 [July 2004]:199-206. [Gives evidence to show that Huldah5 Rogers, daughter of Thomas Rogers4 (Elizabeth Snow3, Constance2 Hopkins, Stephen1) and Sarah Treat married Thomas Watkins.(MF 19:21 and 6:70 list her as n.f.r.) ]

 "The Probable Parentage of Stephen1 Hopkins Of The Mayflower, by Ernest M. Christensen, TAG 79 [Oct. 2004]:241-249. [Searches in the English records indicate his parents were John Hopkins & Elizabeth Williams.]

 "Grave marking by Descendants of Brewster, Rogers and Hopkins", by Adrian B. Burke, MQ 68 [2002]:43-48. [Discusses family of Darius Spring (1792-1814).]

 "John Paine's Daughter Identified: Brewster-Hopkins Update", by J.B. Coats, MD 50 [Summer 2001]:153. [Elizabeth6 Paine (John5-4, Mary Snow3, Constance2 Hopkins, Stephen1) married 1st, Joshua Hurd, 2nd Jonathan Sparrow.]

 "Mrs. Abigal Ryder Her Bible",by Dale T. Lahey, MQ 67 [Sept. 2001]:257-263. [Abigail (Corey) Ryder was a seventh generation descendant from William White; her husband Stephen Ryder was a ninth generation descendant from William Brewster and Stephen Hopkins. They resided in New Brunswick, Canada.].

 "Some Descendants of Stephen Hopkins Through Moses Vickery of Merrimack, NH", by Darla J. Moe, MQ 67 [June 2001]:116-19.

 "A Snow Family of Tolland, Massachusetts", by Helen S. Ullmann, NEHGR 155 [Oct. 2001]:419-20.

 "The Identity of Mercy French, wife of Joseph6 Turner", by Justine H. Laquer, MD 49 [Summer 2000]:158-160. [Joseph Turner has descent thru Hopkins, Cooke and Doty.]

 "Snow Family Bible, Benjamin Snow, His Book, Dated 1724", by Rev. C. Croydon Randall, NEGHR 154 [Jan. 2000]:61-2. [Entries incl. Snow, 1770's Hardwick MA; Freeman, 1760's; Sears, 1756-85.]

 "The True Origins of Stephen Hopkins", by Caleb Johnson, TAG 73 [July 1998]:161-71. [Shows that Stephen was not from Wotton-under-Edge, England but from Hampshire, England; proves his first wife was Mary ( ), not Constance Dudley; and gives all ten children by both wives.]

 "Harding-Merrick Notes: A Mayflower Line", by Susan E. Roser, TAG 72 [April 1997]:109-110. [Identifies the wife of John4 Merrick (Abigail3 Hopkins, Giles2, Stephen1) as Hannah (Young) Harding.]

 "Joseph Collins of Eastham And Three Generations of his Descendants", by Stanley N. Collins, Jr., NEHGR 151 [Jan.1997]:3-30, 151:442 (corrections). [Included in the Collins genealogy are spouses of Mayflower descendants, viz: Martha Collins who m. Moses Godfrey, Hannah Collins who m. Stephen Smith, Jane Collins who m. Prence Snow and George Godfrey, Jonathan Collins who m. Susannah Walker, Hannah Collins who m. Ambrose Snow, Azubah Collins who m. Moses Godfrey.]

 "John Shaw Of Plymouth Colony, Purchaser And Canal Builder", by Jonathan A. Shaw, NEHGR 151 [July,Oct. 1997]:417-37, continued from 286. [Includes Hannah Shaw and Thomas Paine and children; Mary Shaw and Eleazer Ring and children; Lydia Shaw and Nicholas Snow and children.]

 "The "Only Girl In Town" Theory, The Case of Mary Cooke, Wife of Caleb Johnson of Haddam, Connecticut", by Robert S. Wakefield, TAG [Jan.1997]: 39-41. [Careful consideration of available evidence to show it more likely that Caleb's wife was Mary Cooke, dau of Joshua Cooke4 (Deborah3 Hopkins, Giles2, Stephen1) and Patience Doane (MF 6:102,427) and not Mary Cook dau of John Cooke and Desire Hatch5 (Desire Hawes4, Desire Gorham3, Desire2 Howland, John1).]

 "Abigail3 Snow, Probable Wife of Daniel3 Small of Truro And Provincetown, Massachusetts", by Steven E. Sullivan, TAG 71 [July 1996]:137-144. [Discusses possible marriage for Abigail4 Snow (John Snow3, Constance2 Hopkins, Stephen1).]

 "Isaac Phinney and His Wife Elizabeth Kiney, A Stephen Hopkins Line", by Duncan D. Chaplin, III, MD 45 [1995]:121-24. [Discusses the life of Isaac Phinney and wife Elizabeth Kenney6 (Mercy Smith5, Bethiah4 Snow, Stephen3, Constance2 Hopkins, Stephen1) and their children.]

 "The Nathaniel Ryder Families Of Barnstable And Chatham In The Eighteenth Century", by Eleanor C. Rue, MD 41 [July 1991]:113-124. [Account of the children of Nathaniel Ryder and Desire Godfrey5 (Deborah Cooke4, Deborah3 Hopkins, Giles2, Stephen1) and the children of their son Nathaniel Ryder and his wife Bathsheba Hinckley5 (Abigail Jenkins4, Lydia3 Howland, Joseph2, John1).]

 "Elizabeth5 (Hopkins)(Godfrey) Tobey Of Massachusetts And Nova Scotia: Her Identity and Her Children", by Lois W. Thurston, TAG 66 [April 1991]:78-87. [Documents the marriages and children of Elizabeth5 Hopkins (Elisha4, Joshua3, Giles2, Stephen1) who married 1st, Benjamin Godfrey, 2nd, Nathaniel Tobey.]

 "Potpourri: 1814 Snow Petition", MD 40 [Jan. 1990]:81. [New Brunswick petition of sons of Jabez6 Snow (Jabez5-4-3 Snow, Constance2 Hopkins, Stephen1).]

 "Bible Records" of Caleb & Priscilla Hopkins (both b.1769), MD 39 [Jan. 1989]:35-6. [Also includes surnames Wiley and Bullock.]

 

JOHN HOWLAND

  "Notable Mayflower Descendants: William Jennings Bryan (1860-1925)," by Gary B. Roberts, MD 60 [Spring 2011]:61-66. [Includes his Brewster, E. Fuller and Howland lines.]

 "Esther Howland and the American Valentines", by Gail A. Adams, MQ 76 [Sept. 2010]:213-19. [Account of Esther Howland, dau of Southworth and Esther Howland, b. at Worcester, MA in 1828.]

 "Was Experience3 Howland the Wife of James2 Bearse/Bierce of Barnstable, Massachusetts?", by Iris M. Gray, TAG 83 [July/Oct.]:122-126. [A discussion of the theory that the wife of James Bearse could be Experience3 Howland (John2-1). Despite what has been written by Howland researcher Elizabeth White, (who suggested Experience could have been a male), the birth record of Experience clearly calls her a daughter of John. While no record has been found identifying Bearse's wife, the few known facts suggest the possibility that she was Experience Howland.

 "Jabez Howland his Book: Rediscovering the Provenance of a Pilgrim Volume", by Mark Byford, MQ 73 [Sept. 2007]:267-271. [Includes images of the signatures of Jabez2 Howland and his daughter Yetmercy3 Howland.]

 "Mercy Brown's Husband Jedediah Carpenter", by Ann S. Lainhart and Neil D. Thompson, MQ 73 [Sept. 2007]:289-291. [Identifies Jedediah as the son of Samuel Carpenter and Patience Ide.]

 "Ruth Perkins, daughter of Ignatious of Freetown, Mass. A Continuation of a Little Examined Howland-Tilley-Allerton Lineage," by Paul S. Bumpus, MQ 72 [Sept. 2006]:298-305. [Identifies two additional children of Ignatious Perkins5 (Ruth4 Cushman, Robert Cushman3, Ruth2 Howland, John1) and wife Keziah Davis, William and Ruth. Ruth6 Perkins married Jesse Pierce and both her children and grandchildren are documented in this article.]

 "Additions and Corrections, MF 23, Part 1, Howland", by Ann S. Lainhart, MQ 72 [Sept. 2006]:288. [Corrections and additions to families #51, #58, #70, #88 and #115.]

 "Josiah Kent's Children", by Ann S. Lainhart, MQ 72 [Sept. 2006]:289-297. [Expands on Mayflower Families 23:1:196, the family of Josiah Kent4 (Desire Cushman3, Ruth2 Howland, John1) and wife Alethea Bullock, carrying the line to the sixth generation and adding a daughter, Alethea5 who married William Brown.]

 "Who Is Elizabeth, Wife Of Caleb Wright Of Oyster Bay, Long Island?" by Scott A. Bartley, MD 55 [Winter 2006]: 4-15. [Good in depth discussion showing there is no evidence that Elizabeth3 Dickinson (Elizabeth2 Howland, John1) married Caleb Wright.]

 "Descendants Of John Young Of Plymouth And Eastham", by Andrew P. Langlois, MD 54 [Summer 2005]:97-113. [Not a Mayflower Howland line, but a line thru John's brother Henry; the family of John Young and Abigail2 Howland (Henry1) are covered. Part 2 continues in MD 55 [Winter 2006]:29-52 with the following: Family of Elizabeth4 Young (Robert3-2, John1) and William Green6 (Desire Bacon5, Mary Hawes4, Desire Gorham3, Desire2 Howland, John1).]

 "Grant Family of Barrington, Rhode Island, and Surrounding Towns", by Ann S. Lainhart, MQ 71 [Sept. 2005]:252-270. [Documented Genealogy the children and grandchildren of Joseph Grant and Rosamond Garnsey. Their son Thomas2 Grant married Lydia (Kelley) Cole, daughter of John Kelley and Lydia4 Bosworth (John3, Hannah2 Howland, John1).]

 "The Families of Bethiah (Chipman) Smith and Anna (Chipman) Cushman: Smallpox Hits in 1777", by Susan E. Roser, MQ 71 [March 2005]:35-41. [Bethiah and Anna Chipman were daughters of Jacob4 Chipman (Samuel3, Hope2 Howland, John1) and Bethiah Thomas4 (Lydia3 Howland, John2-1). Twelve members of both families died during the 1777 smallpox epidemic in the Middleboro/Plympton area.]

 "Grant Family of Barrington, Rhode Island, and Surrounding Towns", by Ann S. Lainhart, MQ 71 [Sept. 2005]:252-70. [Genealogy of the family of Joseph Grant (1716-1783) and wife Rosamond Garnsey and their nine children. Their son Thomas Grant married Lydia (Kelley5) Cole, (Lydia4 Bosworth, John Bosworth3, Hannah2 Howland, John1).]

 "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup: the Mayflower marketing of hope, alcohol and opium", by Peggy M. Baker and "The Family Around 'Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup'", by Bette I. Bradway, MQ 70: [June 2004]:107-24. [A patent medicine, manufactured in the early 1800's, "Mrs.Winslow" was Charlotte Newman Noyes, born in Gorham, ME in 1789, married at Falmouth in 1804 to Joseph6 Winslow (Oliver5, Benjamin4, James3, Job2, Kenelm1. His grandfather, Benjamin4 Winslow m. Hope6 Cobb (Samuel5, Jonathan Cobb4, Hope Chipman3, Hope2 Howland, John1). Bible records on file with lineage papers at the Mayflower Society are quoted; genealogy continues through their daughter, Lucy Wood Winslow who m. Jeremiah Curtis.]

 "Edward Nye Fish, a Mayflower descendant among early settlers in the West", by Lawrence D. Nelson, MQ 69 [Sept. 2003]:316-323. [Biographical with pictures of Nye and his wife. He was a eighth generation descendant of John Howland as well as E. Fuller and Tilley.]

 "Who Were The Chipmans Of Delaware And Maryland?" by Elizabeth P. White and Edwin W. Coels, MD 52 [Winter 2003]:19:38, [Summer 2003]:111-18. [Covers the family of James4 Chipman, son of John Chipman3 (Hope2 Howland, John1) and Mary Skiffe4 (Lydia Snow3, Abigail2 Warren, Richard1).]

 "Joseph And Anna (Cunningham) Chipman of Groton and Haddam, Conn., A New Line to John and Elizabeth (Tilley) Howland", by Elizabeth P. White and Edwin W. Coles, MD 50 [Summer 2001]:105-16.[Line of Joseph4 Chipman (Samuel3, Hope2 Howland, John1).]

 "Joseph and Hannah (Clarke) Cobb of Middleborough, Mass., and Falmouth, Maine", by Elizabeth P. White and Edwin W. Coles, MD [Winter 2001]:26-39. [Children and grandchildren of Joseph Cobb4 (Hope Chipman3, Hope2 Howland, John1) and wife Hannah Clark.]

 "The Family of Jeduthan and Rebecca (Crocker) Robbins of Plympton, Mass.", by Elizabeth P. White and Edwin W. Coles, MQ 67 [Sept.2001]:219-242. [Rebecca Crocker was a fourth generation descendant of John Howland.].

 "Joseph Medbery (Medbury) Smithfield, RI to Nashville,NY", by Deloris F. Alexander, MQ 67 [Dec.2001]:264-271.

 "The Howland Family Tree Is in Apple Pie Order", by Robert F. Huber, MQ 65 [Aug. 1999]:270-73. [Names eighteen famous people of Howland descent.]

 "The "Only Girl In Town" Theory, The Case of Mary Cooke, Wife of Caleb Johnson of Haddam, Connecticut", by Robert S. Wakefield, TAG [Jan.1997]: 39-41. [Careful consideration of available evidence to show it more likely that Caleb's wife was Mary Cooke, dau of Joshua Cooke4 (Deborah3 Hopkins, Giles2, Stephen1) and Patience Doane (MF 6:102,427) and not Mary Cook dau of John Cooke and Desire Hatch5 (Desire Hawes4, Desire Gorham3, Desire2 Howland, John1).]

 "Daniel and Freelove (Dickinson) Townsend, A Mayflower Line to John Howland", by Elizabeth P. White and Edwin W. Coles, MD 46 [July 1996]:122-130. [Covers the family of the parents of Daniel Townsend who m. Freelove4 Dickinson (Samuel3, Elizabeth2 Howland, John1), as well as the children and grandchildren of Daniel and Freelove.]

 "Benjamin and Mercy (Dickinson) Harcourt of Oyster Bay, Long Island, A New Line to John and Elizabeth (Tilley) Howland", by Elizabeth P. White, Edwin W. Coles and E. Virginia Hunt, MD 46 [Jan. 1996]:7-14. [Covers Mercy Dickinson3 (Elizabeth2 Howland, Joh1) and Benjamin Harcourt of Oyster Bay, NY and their son Nathaniel4 Harcourt, his son Richard5 and Richard's children.]

 "Which Joseph Jenkins Married Remember Stuart?" by Ethel F. Smith, MD 44 [Jan. 1994]:1-6. [Covers the marriages and children of Joseph Jenkins (1739-1823), son of Joseph Jenkins and Mercy Howland.]

 "Two Mary Howlands, Junr and Senr", by Elizabeth P.White, Roberta G. Bratti and Edwin W. Coles, MD 44 [Jan. 1994]:7-10. [Identifies the wife of Isaac4 Howland (Isaac3, John2-1) as Mary Crocker, dau of Samuel Crocker and Sarah Parker.]

 "A Descendant Of John Howland In The West Indies: William Sargent Of Boston And St. Eustatius", by Henry B. Hoff, MD 44 [July 1994]:127-130. [Account of William Sargent, son of William Sargent4 (Lydia Chipman3, Hope2 Howland, John1) and Mary Lewis.]

 "John2 Howland's Birth and Death, a correction," NEHGR 147 [July 1993]: 279. [Corrects the birth date in the Howland five generation book; he was b. 24 Feb. 1626/7 and died after 4 April 1702, citing Sewall's Diary 1:463.]

 "The Mayflower Descents of President George Herbert Walker Bush, First Lady Barbara Pierce Bush, and Vice President James Danforth Quayle", by Gary B. Roberts, MD 41 [Jan. 1991]:1-8. [Outlines the Howland line of President Bush; Sampson line for Mrs. Bush and Alden/Standish line for Vice President Quayle.]

 "Errata And Addenda" to John Howland of the Mayflower, vol. 1, by Elizabeth P. White, MD 41 [Jan. 1991]:81. [In the children listed for Thankful4 Gorham (John3, Desire2 Howland, John1) and John Fuller, the sixth child listed, Benjamin, did not exist and is a mis-interpretation of the West Barnstable Church records.]

 "The Nathaniel Ryder Families Of Barnstable And Chatham In The Eighteenth Century", by Eleanor C. Rue, MD 41 [July 1991]:113-124. [Account of the children of Nathaniel Ryder and Desire Godfrey5 (Deborah Cooke4, Deborah3 Hopkins, Giles2, Stephen1) and the children of their son Nathaniel Ryder and his wife Bathsheba Hinckley5 (Abigail Jenkins4, Lydia3 Howland, Joseph2, John1).]

 "Errata And Addenda" to John Howland of the Mayflower, vol. 1, by Elizabeth P. White, MD 41 [Jan. 1991]:81. [In the children listed for Ebenezer Livy Bennet5 (Ruth4 Gorham, Shubael Gorham3, Desire2 Howland, John1) is missing son Zephaniah6 Bennet who is named in the wills of his uncles William Bennet5 and Silvanus Bennet5, pp.622,630.]

 Additions and Corrections to "Thomas Caswell of Taunton and His Descendants", by George F. Sanborn, Jr., MD 40 [July 1990]:152-53. [Addition to MD 38 [Jan. 1988]:72, expanded info on Elizabeth Caswell and husbands Samuel Southworth4 (Jael3 Howland, Isaac2, John1) and Samuel Doty.]

 "The John Howland Who Married Freelove Wood", by Francis G. Jenkins, MD 39 [Jan. 1989]:21-26.

 "Joseph & Lydia (Gorham) Worth of Nantucket, Massachusetts and Their Wandering Children", by Elizabeth P. White and Edwin W. Coles, NGSQ 76 [Dec. 1988]:268-88. [Family of Lydia4 Gorham (Shubael Gorham3, Desire2 Howland, John1); her children and grandchildren with much biographical material. Note that there are errors in some dates as compared to printed vital records which were corrected in Volume 77, June 1989, p.142.]

 "Joshua Holmes Of Stonington, Connecticut (1678-1729)," by Elizabeth P. White, Marilyn R. Landry and Kendall P. Hayward, NEHGR 142 [April 1988]: 165-76. [Joshua Holmes m. Fear Sturgis4 (Temperance Gorham3, Desire2 Howland, John1); correction 142:393.]

 "Two Thomas Baxters and Their Sons, Also Named Thomas", by Elizabeth P. White, NGSQ 75 [March 1987]:51-54. [Attempts to identify the husband of Temperance Gorham3 (Desire2 Howland, John1).]

 "Henry Howland of Duxbury, Massachusetts, 1633, His Children and His Grandchildren", by Robert S. Wakefield and Robert M. Sherman, NGSQ 75 [1987]:105-16, 216-25, 278-88. [Family of John Howland's brother, Henry.]

 "Some Descendants Of Jacob Taylor (1670-1750) Of Yarmouth, Massachusetts", by Elizabeth P. White and Roberta G. Bratti, NGSQ 74 [Sept. 1986]: 175-187. [Family of Jacob Taylor & Rebekah Weeks; incl. daughter Abigail Taylor who m. Isaac Baxter, son of John Baxter4 (Temperance Gorham3, Desire2 Howland, John1) & Desire4 Gorham (Joseph Gorham3, Desire2 Howland, John1); incl. son Rowland Taylor who m. Sarah4 Gorham (Benjamin4, Jabez Gorham3, Desire2 Howland, John1); incl. grandson Thomas Hedge who m. Mary Gorham, daughter of James4 Gorham (James3 Gorham, Desire2 Howland, John1) & Mary Joyce4 (Elizabeth Chipman3, Hope2 Howland, John1).]

 "Temperance (Gorham3)(Sturgis) Baxter's Family," by Elizabeth P. White and Roberta G. Bratti, MQ 52 [1986]:33-6.

 "The Reverend John Smith And Elder John Chipman Of Sandwich, A Confusion in Origins", by Russell A. Lovell, Jr., TAG 61 [1985]:2-6.

 "Caleb Howland's Parentage Reaffirmed," by Howland F. Atwood, NEHGR 138 [Jan. 1984]:43-45. [Caleb5 Howland was the son of Samuel Howland and Freelove Seamans, citing 1797 deed.]

 

WILLIAM LATHAM

 "Hanged for Adultery: The Untold Story of Mayflower Passenger William Latham's Wife Mary", by Caleb Johnson, MQ 75 [March 2009]:49-53. [New information on the interesting life of William and Mary Latham.]

 

CHRISTOPHER MARTIN

 "Christopher Martin: A Signature Discovered", by Caleb H. Johnson, MQ 76 [Sept. 2010]:209.

 "Solomon Prower: New Information on Little-Known Mayflower Passenger", by Caleb H. Johnson, MQ 76 [Sept. 2010]:242-43.

 "Mary (Prower) Martin: A new Mayflower Ancestor", by Caleb H. Johnson, MQ 76 [Sept. 2010]:244-46. [Cites records in Great Burstead, England for an Edward and Mary Prower and their children.]

 "Christopher Martin Of The Mayflower Was Not The Virginia Company Shareholder", by William Thorndale, TAG 80 [Oct. 2005]:264.

RICHARD MORE

 "Hostages of Fortune: The More Children of the Mayflower", by R.G. Kainer, NEA 4 [2003]:1:18-21.

 "The English Origin of the Hunter and Hollingsworth Families of Salem, Massachusetts: In-Laws of Richard1 More of the Mayflower", by Leslie Mahler, TAG 78 [Oct. 2003]:241-244. [Discusses the parentage of Christian Hunter, daughter of Thomas Hunter and Susan Gentleman as well as her mother's children by her 2nd husband, Richard Hollingsworth.]

 "Soap Opera On The Mayflower: The Little-Known Story of the More Children", by Richard H. Maxwell, MQ 65 [Nov. 1999]:315-321.

 "The More Children of the Mayflower, Part II", by Donald F. Harris, MD 44 [Jan. 1994]:11-20.

 "The More Children of the Mayflower, Part III", by Donald F. Harris, MD 44 [July 1994]:109-118.

 

WILLIAM MULLINS

 "Further Traces Of The Mullins Family Of Dorking, Co. Surrey, England," by Caleb H. Johnson, MD 61[Spring] 2012: 17-27. [Research on William Mullins, his parents and children.]

 "An Investigation into the Origins of Alice, wife of William Mullins," by Caleb H. Johnson, MQ 78 [March 2012]:44-57. [Detailed account of the techniques used in examining English records which helped eliminate numerous possibilities.]

 "A Visit to the Home of William Mullins", by Jeanne Felker, MQ 74 [March 2008]:17-18. [An account of the Mullins home at 58-61 West St., Dorking.]

 "The Probable English Origin of Mayflower Passenger Peter1 Browne, And His Association with Mayflower Passenger William1 Mullins", by Caleb Johnson, TAG 79 [July 2004]:161-178. [As well as discussing the Browne family, gives information from English records on the Mullins family, including suggesting William was the son of John Mullins & Joan Bridger, theories on his wives names and associations with other English families.]

 "The Mullins Family", by Alicia C. Williams, MD 44 [Jan. 1994]:39-44. [Includes data on the English origins of William Mullins and touches upon the fact that his wife Alice's maiden name is unknown.]

 

DEGORY PRIEST

 "Ebenezer Perry, Son Of John And Mercy (Swan) Perry Of Cambridge, Mass.: Correcting Mayflower Families And Identifying A New Line Of Descent From The Fifth Generation Of Degory Priest", by Diane Rapaport, MD 59 [Winter 2010]:21-31. [Discusses new evidence to prove that Ebenezer Perry5, son of James Perry and Mercy Swan4 (Mary Pratt3, Mary2 Priest, Degory1), married and had three sons.]

 "The Nantucket Connection - Peter Folger", by Harry P. Folger 3rd, MQ 72 [Sept. 2006]:243-264. [Biographical in nature including children and grandchildren; daughter Dorcas Folger married Joseph Pratt3 (Mary2 Priest, Degory1).]

 "The English Origin Of Degory1 Priest Of The Mayflower: An Evaluation", by Patricia L. Hatcher, TAG 80 [Oct. 2005]:241-260. [Comprehensive research, some in Leiden, most in England, citing various records of Priest/Prust families.]

 "Daniel and Freelove (Dickinson) Townsend, A Mayflower Line to John Howland", by Elizabeth P. White and Edwin W. Coles, MD 46 [July 1996]:122-130. [Covers the family of the parents of Daniel Townsend who m. Freelove4 Dickinson (Samuel3, Elizabeth2 Howland, John1). Daniel's father, James Townsend m. as his third wife, Delivered4 Pratt (John3, Mary2 Priest, Degory1) and had five (possibly six) children, all of whom are named but not carried further.See the Note by the Editor, pg.121 "Of Natural Brothers And Other Complications In Life" which further explains the reasons for including Daniel Townsend as a son of his father's third wife, as per MF 8:16,47.]

 

THOMAS ROGERS

 "The Will of Samuel Porter", by Kathryn D. Graham, MD 57 [Summer 2008]: 171-176. [Includes a transcript of the 1761 will of Samuel Porter of Cornwallis, Nova Scotia and an account of his children with wife Remember Makepeace, daughter of William Makepeace and Abigail Tisdale4 (Anna3 Rogers, John2, Thomas1).

 "Correction To Thomas Rogers "Silver Book", MD 56 [Winter 2007]:47. [MF 19:108 - The births of nine children of John5 Phinney (John4, Mary3 Rogers, Joseph2, Thomas1) and Martha Coleman were recorded (with dates) at Falmouth, Maine as found in NEHGR 14:146.]

 "Descendants Of John Young Of Plymouth And Eastham", by Andrew P. Langlois, MD 54 [Summer 2005]:97-113. [Ancestry and family of Hope3 Young (Nathaniel2, John1) who married Jonathan Cole, son of John Cole4 (Ruth3 Snow, Constance2 Hopkins, Stephen1) and Mary4 Rogers (James3, Joseph2, Thomas1). Also that of Martha3 Young (Henry2, John1) who married Eleazer4 Rogers (John3, Joseph2, Thomas1). Also that of Elizabeth3 Young (Henry2, John1) who married 2nd Benjamin Phinney4 (Mary3 Rogers, Joseph2, Thomas1). Part 2 continued in MD 55 [Winter 2006]:29-52 with the following: Family of James3 Young (Joseph2, John1) and wife Mary Higgins4 (Hannah3 Rogers, Joseph2, Thomas1). Continued in MD [Winter 2008]:52-67 with the following: ancestry of Lewis Young who married Margaret7 Rogers (Joshua6, Ebenezer5, John4-3, Joseph2, Thomas1); family of Isaiah Young who married Jerusha6 Rogers (Moses5, Eleazer4, John3, Joseph2, Thomas1); ancestry of Deborah Young who married Joshua7 Rogers (Joshua6, Elkanah5, Joseph4, John3, Joseph2, Thomas1); ancestry of Naomi Young who married Seth7 Rogers (Joshua6, Elkanah5, Joseph4, John3, Joseph2, Thomas1).]

 "The English Ancestry of the Pilgrim Thomas Rogers and His Wife Alice (Cosford) Rogers", by Clifford L. Stott, TG 10:138-149.

 "The Children of Nathaniel4 and Alice (Hackett) Richmond of Taunton, Massachusetts: A Mayflower Line, by David K. Martin, TAG 79 [Jan/April 2004]:82-84. [Discusses family of Nathaniel5 Richmond (Edward4, Abigail3 Rogers, John2, Thomas1) and wife Alice Hackett and corrects the account given in MF 19:57-58, proving they had sons Nathaniel and Gideon Richmond.]

 "The Lost Huldah Rogers Of Truro, Massachusetts", by Stephen A. Ralls, TAG 79 [July 2004]:199-206. [Gives evidence to show that Huldah5 Rogers, daughter of Thomas4-3 (Joseph2, Thomas1) and Sarah Treat married Thomas Watkins.(MF 19:21 and 6:70 list her as n.f.r.) ]

 "Grave marking by Descendants of Brewster, Rogers and Hopkins", by Adrian B. Burke, MQ 68 [2002]:43-48. [Discusses family of Darius Spring (1792-1814).]

 "Joseph Collins of Eastham And Three Generations of his Descendants", by Stanley N. Collins, Jr., NEHGR 151 [Jan.1997]:3-30, 151:442 (corrections). [Included in the Collins genealogy are spouses of Mayflower descendants, viz: Jane Collins who m. Elisha Higgins.]

 "Isaac Phinney and His Wife Elizabeth Kiney, A Stephen Hopkins Line", by Duncan D. Chaplin, III, MD 45 [1995]:121-24. [Discusses the life of Isaac6 Phinney (Gershom5, Thomas4, Mary3 Rogers, Joseph2, Thomas1) and wife Elizabeth Kenney6 (Mercy Smith5, Bethiah4 Snow, Stephen3, Constance2 Hopkins, Stephen1) and their children. See MF 19:115.]

 "The Finney Family Of Lenton, Nottinghamshire And Plymouth, Massachusetts", by Clifford L. Stott, NEHGR 148 [1994]:315-327. [Ancestry and family of John Finney who married Mary3 Rogers (Joseph2, Thomas1).]

 "The Family of Moses And Deborah (Totman) Barrows Of Plympton, Massachusetts, And Cornish New Hampshire", by Jonathan P. Foulkes, MD 44 [July 1994]:119-126. [Data on Moses Barrows and wife Deborah Totman, dau of Samuel Totman and Experience5 Rogers (Eleazer4, Thomas3, Joseph2, Thomas1) and their possible children.]

 

HENRY SAMSON

 "The Bible of Christiana8 (Keen) Simmons," by Caleb H. Johnson, MD 61 [Spring 2012]:98-99. [Bible containing births of the children of James6 Simmons (Joseph Simmons5, Mercy Simmons4, Rachel Samson3, Caleb2, Henry1) and Christiana8 Keen (Nye7 Keen, Levi6, Samuel5, Josiah4, Abigail Little3, Anna2 Warren, Richard1). See MF 20:3:365. James Simmons was also descended from Alden, Doty, Mullins, Soule and Standish.]

 "15th and 16th Centure Ancestors of Henry Samson In The Manorial Records of Arlesey, Co. Bedford," by Caleb H. Johnson, MD 61 [Spring 2012]: 70-75.

 "The Manorial Records of Henlow Grey: New Information on the Tilleys, Coopers, and Hursts", by Caleb H. Johnson, MQ 76 [June 2010]:125-134]. [Recounts info found on Robert Tilley (father of John and Edward Tilley), Edmund Cooper (father of Agnes Cooper, wife of Edward Tilley and also grandfather of Henry Samson and Humility Cooper), Henry Hurst, (possible grandfather of Joan Hurst, wife of John Tilley) and William Tilley (grandfather of John and Edward Tilley).]

 ""Correction - MF 20, part 2: p.406", by Jane Fiske, MQ 73 [June 2007]:144. [Sampson6 Lawson, son of Jonathan Lawson5 (Penelope4 Samson, James3-2, Henry1) and Hannah Felton, had only one wife, Emily Benjamin.]

 "Descendants Of John Young Of Plymouth And Eastham", by Andrew P. Langlois, MD 55 [Winter 2006]:29-52. [Includes family of Joseph3 Young (Joseph2, John1) who married Anna Oldham4 (Mercy Sprout3, Elizabeth2 Samson, Henry1).

 "Henry Samson - Overlooked Pilgrim Ancestor", by Stacy B.C.Wood Jr., MQ 71 [June 2005]:125-128. [Biography.]

 "Tracing the Family of Stephen and Ruth (Samson4) Harding of Arundel, Maine: Fifth Generation Descendants of Henry Samson of the Mayflower", by Jane F. Fiske, MQ 70 [March 2004]:40-47. [Covers up to the birth of the 6th generation, descendants of Stephen Harding and Ruth4 Samson (James3-2, Henry1).]

 "Who Was Anna Fuller, Mother of Hope (Blackmer) Sherman?" by William T. Ruddock, MD 53 [winter 2004]: 47-51. [Anna Blackmer5, dau of Nathaniel Blackmer and Rebecca4 Samson (Penelope3, James2, Henry1), married Simeon5 Fuller (Samuel4, John3, Samuel2-1).]

 "The Mayflower Descents of President George Herbert Walker Bush, First Lady Barbara Pierce Bush, and Vice President James Danforth Quayle", by Gary B. Roberts, MD 41 [Jan. 1991]:1-8. [Outlines the Howland line of President Bush; Sampson line for Mrs. Bush and Alden/Standish line for Vice President Quayle.]

 "The Baronial Ancestry of Henry Sampson, Humility COoper, and Ann (Cooper) Tilley, by Robert L. Ward, TG 6 [1985]:166-86.

 "Henry Sampson's Paternal Grandfather", by Robert L. Ward, TAG 56 [1980]:141-143.

 

GEORGE SOULE

 "Additions and Corrections to the Mayflower Families Volumes," by Louise W. Throop, MF 61 [Spring 2012]: 89. [Corrects MFIP Soule:212; Melanthon Freeman was a nephew, not a son of Joseph Freeman.]

 "Additions and Corrections to the Mayflower Families Volumes, by Louise W. Throop, MD 60 [Autumn 2011]: 151-52. [Addition to MFIP Soule [2011]:150 of the death date for William Andrews, husband of Charity4 West.]

 "A Deposition From 1685, Made By John2 Soule, Reconfirming His Age," by Caleb H. Johnson, MD 60 [Autumn 2011]: 134-5. [Previously unpublished deposition found in the collection of the Pilgrim Hall Museum; Soule gives his age as fifty-four or thereabouts.]

 "Oren Josselyn Bible Record", MD 59 [Winter 2010]:101-103. [The 1818 bible record of Oren Josselyn (Lucy6 Dwelley, Lydia5 Soule, Aaron4-3, John2, George1) who m. Mary Mann in 1816, with their children's entries.]

 "Luck Plays a Role in Amateur Genealogy", by Gary Macmann, MQ 76 [June 2010]:146-153. [Author's account of a trip to Plymouth tracing Bernard Macmann and his wife Susan Raymond, his wife being descended from William Brewster, Francis Cooke and George Soule.]

 "The Hunt for the English Origins of George Soule", by Caleb Johnson, MQ 75 [Sept. 2009]:245-261. [Recounts in depth research in many English parish registers and the various George Soules which have been found.]

 "Preserved Fish Deuel a descendant of George Soule of the Mayflower", by George R. Nye, MQ 74 [June 2008]:144-151. [Children and grandchildren of Preserved Fish7 Deuel (Cornelius6, John5, Benjamin Deuel4, Mary3 Soule, George2-1) and Mary Rice of Cambridge, NY; well documented]

 "Pilgrim George Soule: Update on his possible ancestry", by Louise W. Throop, MQ 74 [June 2008]:140-43. [Discussion with no firm conclusion.]

 "Two William Wests: Correction to MF 12 (1996):373", by Louise W. Throop, MQ 74 [March 2008]:54-55. [Identifies and sorts out the families of two William Wests; the William West with wife Joanna Peckham as given in MF 12 [1999]:382-3 is the son of Richard5 West (Thomas4, Richard3, Susannah2 Soule, George1), not the son of Bartholomew4 West (Mercy3 Cooke, John2, Francis1).]

 "Delano Descendant First Over the Falls" by Muriel C. Cushing, MQ 73 [Dec. 2007]:308-10. [Account of Annie Edson Taylor, who in 1901 on her 63rd birthday, went over Niagara Falls in a barrel and survived. Annie was the daughter of Merrick7 Edson (Delano6 Edson, Rhoda5 Peterson, John4 Peterson, John Peterson3, Mary2 Soule, George1) and Lucretia Waring. She also had descent from Alden and Soule.]

 "Children of Joseph4 and Tabitha (Tobey) Freeman of Duxbury", by Kent Randell, MD 55 [Summer 2006]: 97-100. [Of their nine children, seven married Mayflower descendants. Son Enoch Freeman married Abigail Weston5 (Mercy4, Benjamin Peterson3, Mary2 Soule, George1).]

 "Thomas2 Place And Thomas3 Place of North Kingstown, RI", by the late Gerald J. Parsons, TAG 79 [Jan/April 2004]:76-81. [Discusses the families of two men - Thomas2 Place who m. Hannah Cole (including their son Samuel who m. Squicie Fones4 (Martha West3, Susannah2 Soule, George1) and Thomas3 Place who m. Margaret Stafford.]

 "The Mother of Dr. Alden Soule", by Muriel C. Cushing, MQ 69 [Dec. 2003]:427-28. [Cites proof for the parentage of Alden6 Soule, son of Jonathan Southworth5 Soule (Micah4, Josiah3, John2, George1), as per Mayflower Families in Progress, part two, #410.]

 "Another Soule Link Found: Brownell-Tallman-Taber Connections From Deborah Brownell4 (Lydia3 Soule, George2-1)", MQ 69 [Sept.2003]:390-92. [Discusses Cyrus Tallman and Deborah Brownell and their daughter Hannah Tallman who married Antipas Taber with b/m/d info on their ten children.]

 "Revisiting Job4 and Mercy (Perry) Caswell of Massachusetts And Maine: A Mayflower Line", by Louise W. Throop, TAG 76 [Oct. 2001]:279-81. [Family of Mercy Perry5, daughter of Barnabas Perry and Alice4 Soule, and Job6 Caswell (Timothy5, Mary4 Ramsden, Daniel Ramsden3, Rachel2 Eaton, Francis1.]

 "Further Information on Benjamin Soule (MF 546): Continued", by Louise W. Throop, MQ [June 2000]:162-63.

 "Thomas Alverson Of Halifax, Vermont, A Descendant Of George Soule", by Robert S. Wakefield, MD 45 [1995]:125-26. [Documents the life and family of Thomas Alverson5 (Martha Card4, Martha West3, Susannah2 Soule, George1).]

 "Lost and Found: Ancestry of John Winslow of Darmouth, Massachusetts: A New Soule Line", by Richard W. Turner and Carolyn S. Bingham, MD 44 [July 1994]:153-155. [Gives two sons for John Winslow5 (Patience Paine4, Susannah Haskell3, Patience2 Soule, George1) and wife Abigail Mosher and carries the lines of these two sons, John and Thomas Winslow, one generation further.]

 "Benjamin Howland, A Soule Descendant", by Francis G. Jenkins, MD 41 [July 1991]:125-130. [An update to the author's article in NEHGR 140 [April 1986]:114-137, identifying one more child of Samuel5 Howland (Samuel4, Nicholas3, Henry1) and Sarah4 Soule (William3, George2-1), Benjamin6 Howland5, (1755-1832), Seneca, NY, who married Thankful Harrington and had ten children who are detailed.]

 "Samuel Howland of Dutches County, New York And His Children," by Francis G. Jenkins, NEHGR 140 [April 1986]:114-137. [Children and grandchildren of Samuel5-4 Howland (Nicholas3, Zoeth2, Henry1) and Sarah4 Soule (William3, George2-1).]

 "The Mythical Daughters Of Nathaniel2 Soule", by Robert C. Anderson and Ruth W. Sherman, TAG 57 [Oct. 1981]:193-203.

 "English Ancestry Of Seven Mayflower Passengers: Tilley, Sampson And Cooper", by Robert L. Ward, TAG 52 [1976]:198-208. [Extensive research into English parish records citing many within.]

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MYLES STANDISH

 "Myles Standish Archaeology at Pilgrim Hall Museum," by Stephen O'Neill and Katie Cummings, MQ 77 [Sept. 2011]:244-47. [Includes diagram showing items found in 1856 at the Duxbury homesite.]

  "The Lost Property Deed Of John5 Standish," by Caleb H. Johnson, MD 60 [Spring 2011]:73-75. [Transcript of an unrecorded 1790 deed involving Rebecca, wife of John5 Standish (Moses4, Ebenezer3, Alexander2, Myles1)

 "Myles Standish, born Where? The State of the Question", by Jeremy D. Bangs, MQ 72 [June 2006]:133-159.

 "The Sampler of Eliza Fisher", by Deborah M. Clarke, MQ 66 [June 2000]:131-33. [Eliza Fisher was the daughter of Matthew Fisher and Mary Pineo and thru her mother, a descendant of Standish. She married David Newcomb and resided in Cornwallis, Nova Scotia.]

 "The saga of 'Private Shurtleff': A Mayflower connection with a twist", by Robert C. Thompson, MQ 65 [Aug. 1999]:265-68. [Story of Deborah Sampson who enlisted in the Revolutionary War in 1782 as 'Robert Shurtleff'. She was the daughter of Jonathan Sampson and Deborah Bradford and was a 6th generation descendant from Alden and Standish and 5th from Bradford. She married Benjamin Gannett in 1785 and died in 1827. She wrote her biography in 1797. Her story first appeared in MQ 39 [May 1973]:56-57. See also MQ 48 [Nov. 1982]:172-77, "The Secret Life of Jonathan Sampson", by Barbara L. Merrick, which recounts the story of Deborah's father.]

 "The Mayflower Descents of President George Herbert Walker Bush, First Lady Barbara Pierce Bush, and Vice President James Danforth Quayle", by Gary B. Roberts, MD 41 [Jan. 1991]:1-8. [Outlines the Howland line of President Bush; Sampson line for Mrs. Bush and Alden/Standish line for Vice President Quayle.]

 "The Children of Ichabod (1745-1807) And Penelope (Standish)(Cobb) Leach (1741?-1807)," by Duncan M. MacIntyre, NEHGR 131 [July 1977]:195-99. [Penelope5 Standish (Miles 4-3, Alexander2, Myles1).]

 

JOHN TILLEY

 "The Manorial Records of Henlow Grey: New Information on the Tilleys, Coopers, and Hursts", by Caleb H. Johnson, MQ 76 [June 2010]:125-134]. [Recounts info found on Robert Tilley (father of John and Edward Tilley), Edmund Cooper (father of Agnes Cooper, wife of Edward Tilley and also grandfather of Henry Samson and Humility Cooper), Henry Hurst, (possible grandfather of Joan Hurst, wife of John Tilley) and William Tilley (grandfather of John and Edward Tilley).]

 "400th Anniversary of Elizabeth Tilley's Baptism", by Gail A. Adams, MQ 73 [June 2007]:110-114.

 "An English Line from John Tilley", by Caroline L. Kardell, MQ 65 [Aug. 1999]:208-209. [An announcement of the first approved lineage from Robert Tilley, son of John Tilley, who remained in England and married Mary Hawkins.]

 "The lost children of Bedfordshire's Pilgrim Fathers: The Tilley family of the Mayflower", by Joy Forster, MQ 65 [Nov. 1999]:322-325. [Joy recounts her journey researching the Tilley family and proving her descent from Robert2 Tilley (John1).]

 "Further Traces Of John Tilley Of The Mayflower", by Robert L. Ward, TAG 60 [July 1984]:171-73.

 "English Ancestry Of Seven Mayflower Passengers: Tilley, Sampson And Cooper", by Robert L. Ward, TAG 52 [1976]:198-208. [Extensive research into English parish records citing many within.]

 

RICHARD WARREN

 "The Bible of Christiana8 (Keen) Simmons," by Caleb H. Johnson, MD 61 [Spring 2012]:98-99. [Bible containing births of the children of James6 Simmons (Joseph Simmons5, Mercy Simmons4, Rachel Samson3, Caleb2, Henry1) and Christiana8 Keen (Nye7 Keen, Levi6, Samuel5, Josiah4, Abigail Little3, Anna2 Warren, Richard1). James Simmons was also descended from Alden, Doty, Mullins, Soule and Standish.]

 "Amelia Mary Earhart, Woman of the Mayflower," by Judith H. Swan, MQ 77 [Sept. 2011]:241-243. [Amelia was a 10th generation descendant, thus: Amelia Earhart11 (Amelia10, Alfred9, Isaac8, Ephraim7-6-5 Otis, Mercy4 Little, Ephraim Little3, Anna2 Warren, Richard1).]

 "Lydia Ellis Bartlett and son Jonathan Bartlett, Revisited", by Dunning Idle IV, MQ 73 [March 2007]:57-59. [Interesting article on Jonathan6 Bartlett (Joseph5, Benjamin4, Joseph Bartlett3, Mary2 Warren, Robert1), wife Lydia Ellis and their two children Jonathan and Mercy.]

 "Children of Joseph4 and Tabitha (Tobey) Freeman of Duxbury", by Kent Randell, MD 55 [Summer 2006]: 97-100. [Of their nine children, seven married Mayflower descendants. Son Edmund5 Freeman married Lucy Arnold6 (Rebecca Sprague5, Bethiah4 Snow, Josiah Snow3, Abigail2 Warren, Richard1. See also Chilton for Lucy's paternal ancestry. Son Barnabas5 Freeman married Hannah Hewitt, possibly the daughter of Joseph Hewitt5 (Sarah Waterman4, Sarah Snow3, Abigail2 Warren, Richard1.]

 "Descendants Of John Young Of Plymouth And Eastham", by Andrew P. Langlois, MD 55 [Winter 2006]:29-52. [Includes family of Elizabeth4 Young (Robert3-2, John1) and William5 Green (William4, Elizabeth3 Warren, Nathaniel2, Richard1).

 "The Blossoms of Woodstock, VT and Ohio", by David T. Robertson and Helen K. Benter, MD 54 [Summer 2005]:1-12. [Hannah (Murdoch) Blossom, daughter of James Murdoch6 (Ruth5 Bartlett, Benjamin4-3, Mary2 Warren, Richard1).]

 "Identification of Mary Holmes of Plymouth, Part 1", by Judith H. Swan, MQ 71 [Sept. 2005]:285-86. [Identifies the Mary Holmes who married John6 Rogers as the daughter of Silvanus Holmes and Mercy6 Harlow (William5, Samuel4, Rebecca Bartlett3, Mary2 Warren, Richard1). See also MQ 72 [March 2006]:43-47 which identifies the Mary Holmes who married Faunce Hammond as the probable daughter of Jabez Holmes5 (Sarah Bartlett4, Joseph3, Mary2 Warren, Richard1) and Sarah Clarke.]

 "Descendants of Nathaniel Clift and Lusannah Winslow", by Ruth C. Clarke, MQ 71 [Sept. 2005]:271-85. [Genealogy of Nathaniel Clift6 (Judith5 Church, Nathaniel4-3, Elizabeth2 Warren, Richard1) and wife Lusannah Winslow6 (Anthony5, Mercy Snow4, Josiah3, Abigail2 Warren, Richard1) and their two children Deborah Clift (m. George Keith) and Adna Clift (m. Bethia Orr).]

 "The John Riders of Yarmouth, Massachusetts", by Martin E. Hollick, TAG 80 [April 2005]:128-139. [Included is the family of Samuel Rider who married Sarah Bartlett3 (Mary2 Warren, Richard1).]

 "Who Did Lydia Child Marry? Daughter of Joseph and Ruth (Church) Child, 5th Generation Richard Warren Descendant", by Judith H. Swan, MQ 70 [Sept. 2004]:234-36. [Evidence presented leads to the conclusion that Lydia Child5 (Ruth4 Church, Caleb3, Elizabeth2 Warren, Richard1) m. David Ingersole.]

 "A Whaling Warren Descendant, Capt. Henry Delano and the U.K.", by Muriel C. Cushing and George English, MQ 70 [Dec.2004]:316-322. [Life and family of Henry6 Delano (Thomas5-4, Mercy3 Warren, Nathaniel2, Richard1). Also includes a picture of his portrait.]

 "The Marriage of Richard Warren1 of the Mayflower", by Edward J. Davies, TAG 78 [April 2003]: 81-86. [The 1613 will of Augustine Walker names daughter "Elizabeth Warren wife of Richard Warren...her three Children Marey, Ann and Sarey Warren".]

 "Elizabeth1 (Walker) Warren And Her Sister, Dorothy (Walker)(Grave) Adams: Addendum to 'The Marriage of Richard1 Warren of the Mayflower'", by Edward J. Davies, TAG 78 [Oct. 2003]:274-275.

 "Possible Parents For Sarah Rider, Wife of Thomas Bartlett, Jr., of Plymouth, Mass.", by Frank G. Lesure, MD 52 [Summer 2003]:107-10.

 "The Jesse Bartlett Bible", MQ 69 [June 2003]:246-249. [Dated 1803, the bible was donated to the Mayflower Society. It begins with the births of Silvanus and William Drew Bartlett in 1798 and 1800.]

 "Who Were The Chipmans Of Delaware And Maryland?" by Elizabeth P. White and Edwin W. Coles, MD 52 [Winter 2003]:19:38, [Summer 2003]:111-18. [Covers the family of James4 Chipman, son of John Chipman3 (Hope2 Howland, John1) and Mary Skiffe4 (Lydia Snow3, Abigail2 Warren, Richard1).]

 "The Last Will and Testament of Keziah Little", by Barry A. Cotton, MQ 68 [March 2002]:61-64. [Connections also to Bradford.].

 "Which Samuel Baker Married Hannah Ford?" by Ann S. Lainhart, MD 51 [Summer 2002]:102-104. [Samuel Baker, son of Samuel Baker and Sarah Snow married Susannah Mitchell.]

 "Two Susanna Coles: One Mayflower Connection", by Susan E. Roser, MD 50 [Summer 2001]:165-66. [One married Robert Harlow, son of William Harlow4 and Lydia3 Cushman.]

 "Samuel Holmes5-6 of Montville, Connecticut", by Margaret H. Stover, MQ 66 [Sept. 2000]:243-249. [Descendant of John Alden, Richard Warren and William Brewster.]

 "The Mayflower Napkin", by Elizabeth P. Heinsohn, MQ 65 [May 1999]:114. [A damask napkin, 3'x2', belonging to Richard Warren, on display at Pilgrim Hall Museum.]

 "Which John4 Cobb of Plymouth Married Sarah5 Bartlett?" by Susan E. Roser, TAG 73 [April 1998]:117-118.

 "Who Was Betsey (Bartlett) Sturtevant?" by David T. Robertson, MD 46 [Jan. 1996]:1-6. [Proves thru deeds that Elizabeth Bartlett, wife of Heman Sturtevant, was the daughter of James6 Bartlett (Jonathan5, Benjamin4, Joseph3, Mary2 Warren, Richard1).]

 "Phebe2 Peckham, Wife Of Nathaniel3 Warren Of Plymouth, Massachusetts, And Of Thomas2 Gray Of Little Compton, Rhode Island", by Barbara L. Merrick, TAG 71 [July 1996]:151-54. [Proves that the wife of Nathaniel3-2 Warren (Richard1) was Phebe Peckham, daughter of John Peckham.]

 "The Finney Family Of Lenton, Nottinghamshire And Plymouth, Massachusetts", by Clifford L. Stott, NEHGR 148 [1994]:315-327. [Ancestry and family of John Finney who married Mary3 Rogers (Joseph2, Thomas1) and John's half-brother Josiah Finney who married Elizabeth3 Warren (Joseph2, Richard1).]

 "The Family Record of John Ford6 of Liverpool Township, Nova Scotia", by Robert F. Kirkpatrick, MD 40 [Jan. 1990]:83-84. [Children of John Ford (b.1773) and Elizabeth Cole.]

 "Reed Families of Middleborough, Swansey, and Dartmouth", by Alicia C. Williams, MD 40 [July 1990]:123-132. [Several ties to the Warren family.]

 

WILLIAM WHITE

 "Descendants of Resolved and Charity (Clapp) White of Rochester, Mass.," by S. Andrew Bartley, MD 61 [Spring 2012]: 60-69. [An account of the children and grandchildren of Resolved6 White (Justus5, Samuel3, Resolved2, William1 + Justus4, Martha3 Doty, Thomas2, Edward1), as found in MF 13:64 and MF 11:2:76-77.]

 "Zebulon Walker of Salisbury, CT and Zebulon Walker of Brookfield, MA," by Michael J. Boonstra, MQ 76 [Feb. 2010]: 78-84. [As found in MF 13:80, Zebulon Walker6, son of Edward Walker and Elener5 Hayward (George4, Anna3 White, Resolved2, William1).]

 "Susanna White, Woman of the Mayflower", by Kay Campbell, MQ 75 [Sept. 2009]:207-210. [Biographical]

 "Caleb5 White (Josiah4-3, Resolved2, William1), Evaluation of the Evidence", by Bette I. Bradway, MQ 73 [Sept. 2007]:260-265. [Discusses the evidence (and lack of) in proving the children of Caleb5 White and Rebecca Marsh as found in MF 13:122-3, #140.]

 "Children of Joseph4 and Tabitha (Tobey) Freeman of Duxbury", by Kent Randell, MD 55 [Summer 2006]: 97-100. [Of their nine children, seven married Mayflower descendants. Son Silas Freeman married Mary Brewster6 (Jedidah5 White, Benjamin4, Daniel3, Peregrine2, William1). See under Brewster for her paternal line.]

 "William White", MQ 70 [Mar. 2004]:61-63. [Biographical]

 "Susanna, Wife of William White and Edward Winslow of the Mayflower: A Review of Recent Research", by Marston Watson, MD 53 [Winter 2004]: 67-69. [Re-cap of past research showing how unlikely it is that Susanna was a Fuller.]

 "John and Elizabeth (James) Hyland of Scituate, Massachusetts, and Some of Their Descendants", by Marya C. Myers, NEHGR 157 [2003]:219,389-391. [Family of Rebecca5 White, daughter of Eleazer4 White (Daniel3, Peregrine2, William1) & Mary Doggett.]

 "Omans-Spooner Descendants of William1 White", by Dianna G. Bastian, MQ 68 [June 2002]:132-153, 69 [March 2003]:127-150. [Seventh to tenth generations from Susanna6 DeMaranville, daughter of Louis DeMaranville & Susanna5 Crapo.]

 "Mrs. Abigal Ryder Her Bible",by Dale T. Lahey, MQ 67 [Sept. 2001]:257-263. [Abigail (Corey) Ryder was a seventh generation descendant from William White; her husband Stephen Ryder was a ninth generation descendant from William Brewster and Stephen Hopkins. They resided in New Brunswick, Canada.]

 "Rebecca2 Lapham, Wife Of John3 Washburn Of Bridgewater, Massachusetts", by Barbara L. Merrick, TAG 71 [July 1996]:134-36. [Rebecca Lapham, daughter of Thomas Lapham and Mary Tilden married John Washburn, not Samuel3 White (Resolved2, William1).]

 "Timothy Brown Of Brookfield And Ware, Massachusetts, And Swanzey, New Hampshire", by Robert S. Wakefield, TAG 71 [July 1996]:155-57. [Data including children of Timothy Brown5 (Mercy Hayward4, Anna3 White, Resolved2, William1).]

 "Joseph White Probable Grandson Of William White Of The Mayflower", by Robert S. Wakefield, MD 45 [Jan. 1995]:53. [Suggests the unknown child of Peregrine2 White, born ca1650/1 and who d.y., was Joseph White who d. 1676.]

 "Potpourri: Barlow Genealogy", MD 45 [July 1995]:177-79. [Transcript from manuscript in GSMD files pertaining to children and grandchildren of Peleg Barlow (1692-1759) and Elizabeth Perry (1690-1759); Sandwich, Mass., to Amenia New York.

 Note on Paul6 White (Paul5, Cornelius4, Daniel3, Peregrine2, William1), NGSQ 78 [Dec. 1990]:299. [He was born at Marshfield in 1739, but removed to Pitt County, North Carolina as per Plymouth County Court Records 10:7.]

 "William & Mercy (White) Sherman Of Marshfield MA And Their Grandson Levi Hall Of Providence RI", by the late Robert M. Sherman and Ruth W. Sherman, TAG 61 [July/Oct. 1986]:207-12.

 "Some Descendants Of Jonathan6 White Of Dartmouth, MA And Of Humphrey7 White Of Glocester RI", by Ruth W. Sherman, TAG 56 [1980]:113-18. [Jonathan6 White (William5-4, Sylvanus3, Peregrine2, William1).]

 

THOMAS WILLIAMS

 "The Probable English Origin of Mayflower Passenger Thomas Williams", by Caleb Johnson, MQ 75 [Sept. 2009]:290-91. [The 1582 baptism record for a Thomas Williams, son of John & Judith (Short) Williams at Yarmouth, Norfolk, England is probably that of the Mayflower passenger.]

 

EDWARD WINSLOW

 "Additions and Corrections to the Mayflower Families Volumes, by Caleb H. Johnson, MD 60 [Autumn 2011]: 152. [MF 5:15: corrects the death date of Edward4 Winslow (Isaac3, Josiah2, Edward1) from 8 June 1784 to 9 June 1784. MF 5:22: corrects the marriage of William6 Sever, he m. Mary Chandler at Worcester, 29 Oct 1785.]

 "The Brewster Book: A Pilgrim Letter From December 1621," by Caleb H. Johnson and Simon Neal, MD 60 [Autumn 2011]: 116-121. [Transcription of a letter which was copied into the Brewster Book and not previously appearing in print. Comparing the wording with other known works, it is probable the author was Edward Winslow.]

  "Troubles with the Little James: Edward Winslow's depositions at the high Court of Admiralty, by Caleb H. Johnson, MQ 77 [March 2011]:51-55.

  "The Marriage And Children of Elizabeth2 Winslow, wife of Robert Brooks," by Caleb H. Johnson. [Research in England has uncovered the 1666 marriage record of Edward Winslow's daughter Elizabeth and the baptisms or burials of five children there, only one of whom survived infancy.]

 "Descendants of Nathaniel Clift and Lusannah Winslow", by Ruth C. Clarke, MQ 71 [Sept. 2005]:271-85. [Genealogy of Nathaniel Clift6 (Judith5 Church, Nathaniel4-3, Elizabeth2 Warren, Richard1) and wife Lusannah Winslow6 (Anthony5, Mercy Snow4, Josiah3, Abigail2 Warren, Richard1) and their children Deborah Clift (m. George Keith) and Adna Clift (m. Bethia Orr).]

 "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup: the Mayflower marketing of hope, alcohol and opium", by Peggy M. Baker and "The Family Around 'Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup'", by Bette I. Bradway, MQ 70: [June 2004]:107-24. [A patent medicine, manufactured in the early 1800's, "Mrs.Winslow" was Charlotte Newman Noyes, born in Gorham, ME in 1789, married at Falmouth in 1804 to Joseph6 Winslow (Oliver5, Benjamin4, James3, Job2, Kenelm1. His grandfather, Benjamin4 Winslow m. Hope6 Cobb (Samuel5, Jonathan Cobb4, Hope Chipman3, Hope2 Howland, John1). Bible records on file with lineage papers at the Mayflower Society are quoted; genealogy given for their daughter, Lucy Wood Winslow who m. Jeremiah Curtis.]

 "Susanna, Wife of William White and Edward Winslow of the Mayflower: A Review of Recent Research", by Marston Watson, MD 53 [Winter 2004]: 67-69. [Re-cap of past research showing how unlikely it is that Susanna was a Fuller.]

 "Edward Winslow", MQ 69 [Sept. 2003]:306. [Describes his portrait which is on the front cover.]

 "Edward Winslow", MQ 69 [Sept. 2003]:307-309. [Short bio; extract from Mayflower Families.]

 "Winslow's Defense in 1634-1635", by Jeremy D. Bangs, NEA 4 [2003]:5-6:56-59. [Describes Winslow's business trip to London.]

 "Notes from Leiden: Another Look at the Identity of Edward Winslow's Wife, Susanna (?Fuller) White", by Jeremy D. Bangs, NEHGR 154 [Jan. 2000]:109-18, [Apr. 2000]:244.

 "The 'Loving Cosens': Herbert Pelham, Sir Arthur Hesilrige, and Gov. Edward1 Winslow", by Kenneth W. Kirkpatrick, NEHGR 154 [Jan. 2000]:78-108.

 

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