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Family Sheet

HUSBAND
Name: Pilgrim William Mullins Note Born: 1578 at Dorking, , Surrey, England Married: 1595 at England, , , Died: 21 Feb 1621 at Plymouth, , , Massachusetts
WIFE
Name: Alice Atwood Note Born: Jan 1573-1574 at St. Martin In Th, , Middelsex, England Died: Mar 1621 at Plymouth, , , Massachusetts
CHILDREN
Name: Sarah Mullins Born: Abt 1598 Died: 21 Feb 1620 at Dorking, , Surrey, England
Name: William Mullins Jr. Born: Abt 1599 at England, , , Died: Abt 1674 at Braintree, , , MA
Name: Joseph Mullins Born: Abt 1600 at England, , , Died: Abt 1621 at Plymouth, , , Massachusetts
Name: Priscilla Mullins Born: Abt 1601 at Of Dorking, , Surrey, England Died: Aft 1680 at Duxbury, , Plymouth, MA See Died Not Husband: John Alden
NOTES
1). 18401.ged Plymouth Pilgrims, Puritan seperatists from Church of England, some living in Holland, left Plymouth, England, September 16, 1620, on the Mayflower. Original destination was Virginia. They reached Cape Cod Nov. 19, 1620, explored the coast 103 passengers landed December 26, 1620, at Plymouth. Mayflower Compact was agreement to form a government and abide by its laws. Half of colony died during harsh winter. William was among them, as was his wife Alice, and 20 year old son, Joseph Mullins. William Mullins was one of the famed Pilgrims who sailed from Plymouth, England, to Plymouth, Massachusetts, on the Mayflower in 1620. The Pilgrims were seeking separation from the Church of England. Of the 103 passengers on the Mayflower, half died during the brutal winter of 1620 21. William was one of the unfortunates, dying in February, 1621, and his wife, Alice, also succomed in March, 1621. His daughter, Priscilla, survived, and lived to the ripe age of 79. See also notes under Priscilla. Name variation Mullines Downing.ged Plymouth Pilgrims, Puritan seperatists from Church of England, some living in Holland, left Plymouth, England, September 16, 1620, on the Mayflower. Original destination was Virginia. They reached Cape Cod Nov. 19, 1620, explored the coast 103 passengers landed December 26, 1620, at Plymouth. Mayflower Compact was agreement to form a government and abide by its laws. Half of colony died during harsh winter. William was among them, as was his wife Alice, and 20 year old son, Joseph Mullins. William Mullins was one of the famed Pilgrims who sailed from Plymouth, England, to Plymouth, Massachusetts, on the Mayflower in 1620. The Pilgrims were seeking separation from the Church of England. Of the 103 passengers on the Mayflower, half died during thebrutal winter of 1620 21. William was one of the unfortunates, dying in February, 1621, and his wife, Alice, also succomed in March, 1621. His daughter, Priscilla, survived, and lived to the ripe age of 79. See also notes under Priscilla. Name variation Mullines
2).  18401.ged  See notes under husband, William Mullins.  The Mayflower Society disputes the maiden name of  Atwood .  I leave it included here for the lack of anything better, however. Downing.ged  See notes under husband, William Mullins. The Mayflower Society disputes the maiden name of  Atwood .  I leave it included here for the lack of anything better, however.

						

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