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Deborah Isemingers Family Tree (Genealogy Site)

Plymouth

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Dingee/Garland
PRICE FAMILY
Price
Betty Lou Price
McGrew
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Clement
Jennings / Hill
Barnard
Mayberry
Westerman / Kennedy
Clifford
Stewart
Doolin
Small World
Skipper
SKIPPER FAMILY
Skipper tree leaves
Lost Skippers
Cheroenhaka Tribe
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Quick
Odom
Snead
King
BASSETT FAMILY
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William & Bertha Belle
Stephen & Wanda
Charles & Mary
Able
ISEMINGER FAMILY
Continued
Iseminger
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Johnston
Hain
LeClear
Greybeal
Storm/Sturm
Nollert/Kessler
Stemple/Ebbert
Gah
Jennings
Cutter/Riggs
Strong
Thomas Cushman's
Robert Cushman
John Howland
Elizabeth Tilley
Isaac Allerton
Mayflower
Mayflower line
Plymouth
Baldwin
Bassetts of Blore
Beresford
Alsop
Welles/Bryant
Kinge
Fulford
Mather
Ford - Deane
Clare
Mandeville
Woodward - Molyneaux
Bond
Briwere - Vaux
Fortescue
Beauchchamp
Mohun
Toeni
Barker -Calverhall
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Diamonds 10

Teak Wood Spinning DNA Model

Division of Cattle.  In 1627, the Pilgrims divided up their collective cattle and goat holdings to the various family groups then living in Plymouth.  This document is important because it names every man, woman and child then living in Plymouth.  It also provides a census of the cattle and goats then living in Plymouth.

The romantic story of the mayflower pligrims

Mayflower Passengers who
Died the First Winter (1620-162

MEN

  • John Allerton
  • Richard Britteridge
  • Robert Carter
  • James Chilton
  • Richard Clarke
  • John Crackstone, Sr.
  • Thomas English
  • Moses Fletcher
  • Edward Fuller
  • William Holbeck
  • John Langmore
  • Edmund Margesson
  • Christopher Martin
  • William Mullins
  • Degory Priest
  • John Rigsdale
  • Thomas Rogers
  • Elias Story
  • Edward Thompson
  • Edward Tilley
  • John Tilley
  • Thomas Tinker
  • John Turner
  • William White
  • Roger Wilder
  • Thomas Williams

WOMEN

  • Mary (Norris) Allerton
  • Dorothy (May) Bradford
  • Mrs. Chilton, wife of James
  • Sarah Eaton
  • Mrs. Fuller, wife of Edward
  • Mary (Prower) Martin
  • Alice Mullins
  • Alice Rigsdale
  • Rose Standish
  • Ann (Cooper) Tilley
  • Joan (Hurst) Tilley
  • Mrs. Tinker, wife of Thomas
  • Elizabeth (Barker) Winslow

CHILDREN

  • William Butten
  • John Hooke (age 14)
  • Ellen More (age 8)
  • Jasper More (age 7)
  • Mary More (age 6)
  • Joseph Mullins
  • Solomon Prower
  • son of Thomas Tinker
  • son of John Turner
  • another son of John Turner

Isaac Allerton died early in the year 1659. He was buried in the old Burying Ground at New Haven that occupied the square in the heart of the present city upon which stands the Old State House and three churches. No monument or gravestone have been found