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Pilgrim Memorials Around the World

Pilgrim Monument, Old West Quay, Southampton, England1913 — Pilgrim Monument, Old West Quay, Southampton, England
The General Society of Mayflower Descendants contributed $100 toward this monument that was unveiled by US Ambassador Walter Page.

1955 — Plaque, The Pilgrim Fathers Memorial, Southampton, England
Plaque with may flowers in the four corners and an image of the ship Mayflower beneath which appears “THE GENERAL SOCIETY OF MAYFLOWER DESCENDANTS (USA, 1897) / WALDO MORGAN ALLEN, GOVERNOR GENERAL / ON THEIR FIRST PILGRIMAGE – 152, BY PLANES – TO THE NETHERLANDS AND ENGLAND / SEPTEMBER 22 - OCTOBER 6, 1955 / 335 YEARS AFTER THE SAILING OF THE MAYFLOWER"

Unknown — Plaque, West Gate, Southampton, Hampshire, England

The Pilgrims would have passed through this gate to board the Mayflower and Speedwell. A Plaque reads: “COUNTY BOROUGH OF SOUTHAMPTON / WESTGATE / --------- / THIS IMPORTANT WESTGATE / LED DIRECTLY TO THE WEST QUAY / WHICH FOR MANY CENTURIES WAS THE / ONLY COMMERCIAL QUAY WHICH THE / TOWN POSSESSED * THE GROOVES / OF THE PORTCULLIS GATES / AND THE APERTURES THROUGH / WHICH THE DEFENDERS OF THE TOWN / COULD HARASS ATTACKERS MAY STILL / BE SEEN * * THROUGH THIS / ARCHWAY MARCHED SOME OF THE / ARMY OF HENRY V ON THEIR WAY / TO AGINCOURT IN 1415 / * * / THE PILGRIM FATHERS  / EMBARKED HERE FROM THE WEST / QUAY ON THE MAYFLOWER / AUGUST 15TH 1620”