Eligibility & Passengers

You are eligible to join the Society of Mayflower Descendants if you can document your descent from one or more of the passengers on the Mayflower voyage of 1620 that terminated on the shores of New England at Plymouth. The following Mayflower passengers are known to have left proven descendants. As of January 1, 2010 all passengers on the Mayflower can be used for membership or supplemental applications. (Note: for some passengers, their given name was not recorded--they are listed as Mrs. along with their husband's name.)

Known to have Descendants

John Alden Francis Eaton
Sarah Eaton
Samuel Eaton #
Thomas Rogers
Joseph Rogers #
Isaac Allerton
Mary (Norris) Allerton
Bartholomew Allerton ##
Remember Allerton #
Mary Allerton #
Moses Fletcher Henry Samson #
John Billington
Elinor Billington
Francis Billington #
Edward Fuller
Mrs. Edward Fuller
Samuel Fuller #
George Soule
William Bradford Samuel Fuller Myles Standish
William Brewster *
Mary Brewster
Love Brewster #
Stephen Hopkins
Elizabeth (Fisher) Hopkins
Constance Hopkins #
Giles Hopkins #
John Tilley *
Joan (Hurst) Tilley
Elizabeth Tilley #
Peter Brown John Howland Richard Warren
James Chilton
Mrs. James Chilton
Mary Chilton #
Richard More # William White
Susanna White
Peregrine White @
Resolved White #
Francis Cooke
John Cooke #
William Mullins
Priscilla Mullins
Edward Winslow
Edward Doty Degory Priest  
Note: Links for the above go to a short biography of that passenger.

If you have an interest in joining the Society, please continue to the Application Information page.

* Silver Book not yet published
# Child on the Mayflower
@ Born on the Mayflower in Provincetown Harbor
## None yet proven

(New passenger names from Mayflower Quarterly, Dec. 2009)