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I'd like to learn more of the journey to the US and more about the history of coming to America. Ancestor: Edward Fuller.
This is a link to my family history and the pull and link that I feel is in my bones to my love for this land, the USA. Ancestor: John Alden, James Chilton. I love that I am connected to those who first settled this nation which became the greatest country in the world, due in great part to those fearless pioneers. Location: Arizona, United States.
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The best thing about genealogy is feeling connected to world history. Every family is interesting and everyone's ancestors are connected to world history, but I feel very fortunate to belong to groups with great records so I can know where my people fit in. In the process of joining the Mayflower Society right now! Everett J Hendrickson. Ancestor: Stephen Hopkins, Thomas Rogers. A great deal, as my wife is also descended from Mayflower passenger Richard Warren; Hopkins and Warren were both on the shallop that explored the cape and found what became Plymouth!
Janine Corcoran. Proud to be part of an American tradition and a family who faces resilience, the unknown, adventure, and the will for a better life. Mary Jane Williams. Ancestor: Isaac Allerton. It's been a wonderful experience researching this family and applying to the Mayflower Society. I'm fascinated with my Mayflower ancestry. I have several lines going back through my maternal grandfather mothers and his fathers sides of family.
My mother's middle name is Alden and my middle name is May after the Mayflower. I will be travelling soon to visit my ancestors graves in Duxbury and see museums. Honored and privileged. History has always been my life Herstory is coming alive in William L. Location: Kansas, United States. It brings pride to me and my children knowing that our ancestor, George Sowle-Soule helped to establish a settlement in the wild country that was soon to be the United States Of America.
These English Settlers endured many hardships in their quest of happiness. Our lineage went from Sowle To Fox.
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The first 7 being named Sowle the last 5 being Fox. George H Webber. Very satisfying-A part of my country's history. Steven Lot Smith.
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So proud of all my brave ancestors, especially my 17 "male and female" direct line grandparents of the Mayflower. DeAngela Haynes. Ancestor: Degory Priest. I think the original Priest name is related to the Haynes family. Find learning about my ancestors interesting and hope to learn more.
Robert James Barker. Location: New Hampshire, United States. I was very happy to know more about previous generations. Learning how to research has also been a tremendous experience.
I am grateful for the people who share information and am touched by seeing one picture or document that represents an entire lifetime of one person. It somehow brings back lost humanity and civility. Having roots to this country. The Pilgrims overcame tremendous hardship to establish a new life in the furtherance of their principals. In doing so they established a standard that future Americans used to win a Revolution, defeat enemies and set a shining light of hope for the world.
Janelle Grubb Hitchcock. Susan Hendricks. It means that I am a part of the living history of America. That the blood that runs through me carries the hopes and dreams of a small group of people who challenged great odds to seek out a land where they could be free to live the way they believed was best for themselves. That struggle still goes on Linda Chardon. Pride and honor. I have been researching my genealogy recently and I discovered that my through my 5th great grandmother Mary Sampson Bradford, that I have multiple lines leading back to the Mayflower.
Maxine Louise Baker-Benfield. It is very special to know that I am a descendant for the original immigrants who risk all to come to America. Proud to be descended from people who were willing to risk it all for the right to worship God in the manner they thought right. Not always so proud of the actions of my ancestors; but not always proud of the actions of my generation, either.
Happy to claim my New England roots even though I have lived south of the Mason-Dixon line for many years. David Byer-Powell. It was a shock at first. But knowing my family has played a part in establishing this country and that I serve in the Military to continue our Freedom is awesome and Humbling. Candy Bennett. Etta M Perron Ocker. Kristi Bequette. Location: Iowa, United States. It makes me proud that my ancestors were so brave and adventurous that they took the voyage to be part of the history of the United States.
My family has told me for many years that I am decedent. I have always loved the idea and now that I have found the proof. I am honored to be a part of history. William Brewster is my 13th Great Grandfather on my mothers side. Ancestor: Moses Fletcher. Endless wonderment. Emily Holtrop. The Mayflower pilgrims are an inspiration for the strength of their convictions and their willingness to endure suffering for their beliefs.
On the other hand, my Mayflower ancestor John Billington a stranger, not a saint is not a role model, though the book by his descendant Charles C. Mann presents a possibly exculpatory family tradition.
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My aunt was a member and I have always wanted to join. She passed away and I finally got serious about it and discovered that more proof is required now than back in when she joined. It is a connection to our past that I want to be a part of.
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Christine Westcott. A 30 year search to find a Mayflower Family was started by my Aunt Lorraine Jones Andrews which is a testament to our love of Genealogy! Christopher Wright. Location: Alaska, United States. It is a vehicle to bring my spread out family a little bit closer and realize the grit that binds us.
Timothy Lunney. It gives me a very personal connection to American history.
My Mother, who passed away in , was a member of the Massachusetts Mayflower Society. She took great pride in tracing her ancestry, long before the Internet made it much easier. Continuing the research she started helps me feel closer to her and gives me a sense of pride and connection to the past.
Leslee Johnston. It was surprising to me I had no idea until I fell down the rabbit hole that is genealogy! Honoured to be a small part of this big story!