Welcome to the Official Web Site of the Washington Mayflower Society



from Wikipedia.org
"Mayflower in Plymouth Harbor," by William Halsall, 1882
at Pilgrim Hall Museum, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA

The Mayflower carried passengers (and crew) who were coming to a new country to start a new life. On our site you can find a listing of the known people who made that journey, and read a brief Biography for each passenger and review a searchable list of their early descendants.

Fifty-one passengers are known to have left descendants, and they can be viewed in the "Eligibility & Passenger" section. In the section provides detailed information to assist in the process of finding potential ancestors. To learn more about the Society's Objectives, or to apply for membership, view the respective pages which can be accessed from links at the bottom of this page.

Please take a few moments to visit the pages herein. Whether you are interested in becoming a member, or simply learning more about the Washington State Mayflower Society's History, we are certain you will enjoy your visit.

In 2012 the Washington Society celebrated its 100th year. From an initial group of 21, we're now 350+ members. Did you know there are multiple Mayflower related places to visit in Washington? The Peace Arch, Alki Monument, and Maryhill Museum all contain Mayflower related history. Further information about these Washington sites may be found in our Newsletters/Articles section.

Welcome once again!