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The Mayflower passengers can be placed into two general groups.  The first group, the Leiden Group, were the religious Separatists who had originally fled from England to Leiden, Holland.  The initial Leiden group had come to Holland in 1608 from the general region of England where Nottinghamshire, Yorkshire and Lincolnshire meet (from towns like Scrooby and Austerfield), but over time additional members arrived and joined the church in Leiden, especially from Separatist groups from Canterbury and Sandwich, Kent; Norwich and Yarmouth, Norfolk; Colchester, Essex; and London.  The second group, the London Group, were in some way associated with the investors who were putting their money into the joint-stock company the Pilgrims were using to fund their voyage.  Some had Puritan sentiments.  Some were relatives of the Leiden group, but had not made the migration to Holland.  Some had financial schemes rolling through their minds.  And some simply wanted to go to Virginia to start a new life with new opportunities.
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Leiden Group

  • Isaac Allerton
  • John Allerton
  • William Bradford
  • William Brewster
  • John Carver
  • James Chilton
  • Francis Cooke
  • Humility Cooper
  • John Crackstone
  • Moses Fletcher
  • Edward Fuller
  • Samuel Fuller
  • William Holbeck
  • John Hooke
  • Desire Minter
  • Degory Priest
  • Thomas Rogers
  • Edward Tilley
  • Thomas Tinker
  • John Turner
  • Thomas Williams
  • Edward Winslow

Hired Hands

  • John Alden (cooper)
  • Myles Standish (military command)
  • Thomas English (seaman)
  • William Trevore (seaman)
  • Mr. Ely (seaman)
  • Richard Gardinar (seaman?)

London Group

  • John Billington
  • Richard Britteridge
  • Peter Browne
  • William Butten
  • Robert Carter
  • Edward Doty
  • Francis Eaton
  • Stephen Hopkins
  • John Howland
  • John Langmore
  • William Latham
  • Edward Leister
  • Christopher Martin
  • Richard, Ellen, Mary, and Jasper More
  • William Mullins
  • Solomon Prower
  • John Rigdale
  • Henry Samson
  • George Soule
  • Elias Story
  • John Tilley
  • Richard Warren
  • Gilbert Winslow+

Unknowns

  • Richard Clarke
  • Edmund Margesson
  • Edward Thompson
  • William White
  • Roger Wilder
  • John Goodman