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The Most Distinguished Pilgrim Award is bestowed upon Pennsylvania Society members for their exceptional service to the State Society.

The Katharine F. Little Distinguished Mayflower Scholarship Award is a national award given to those individuals who are not members of the State Society in recognition of their meritorious work in enhancing understanding of the Pilgrims and the Pilgrims’ contributions to American life.

The Most Distinguished Pilgrim Award is bestowed upon Pennsylvania Society members for their exceptional service to the State Society.

The Katharine F. Little Distinguished Mayflower Scholarship Award is a national award given to those individuals who are not members of the State Society in recognition of their meritorious work in enhancing understanding of the Pilgrims and the Pilgrims’ contributions to American life.

Win Carroll presenting Patricia Hill the Most Distinguished Pilgrim Award in 2006

Most Distinguished Pilgrim Award

Robert M. Bartlett
Rest in Peace
1990
Charles B. Barclay
Rest in Peace
1991
Marion M. Greene
Rest in Peace
1992
George H. Soule
Rest in Peace
1993
Katharine F. Little
Rest in Peace
1996
Peter B. Hill
 
1998
Lois E. Masterson
Rest in Peace
1999
Frederick T.J. Clement, Jr.
 
2000
Barbara Brock Kidder
Rest in Peace
2001
William Brewster
Rest in Peace
2002
John M. Hunt, Jr.
Rest in Peace 2003
Edward A. Parker, IV
  2004
Betty Persons
  2005
Patricia A. G. Hill
  2006
Constance F. Lagerman
Rest in Peace 2007
Stacy B. C. Wood Jr.
Rest in Peace 2008
Joseph H. Wood
  2009
Winchell S. Carroll
Rest in Peace 2010
    2011
Debra Georgantis-Miller
  2012
     
     
The Katharine F. Little
Distinguished Mayflower Scholarship Award
Caroline Lewis Kardell Rest in Peace - 1999
Historian General, General Society
Robert Charles Anderson, CG, FASG - 2000
Director, Great Migration Project
Dr. Jeremy Dupertius Bangs - 2001
Director, Leiden-American Pilgrim Museum
James W. Baker, Jr. - 2002
Former Senior Historian, Plimoth Plantation
Rev. Gary L. Marks - 2003
Pastor, Church of the Pilgrimage, Plymouth, MA
Author, "Pilgrims Then and Now"
Alice C. Teal, Editor - 2004
General Society, The Mayflower Quarterly
Nancy W. Bauer - 2005
Lecturer, University of Pennsylvania
Edith Bates Thomas Rest in Peace - 2006
Director, GSMD Mayflower Families Through Five Generations Project
Nathaniel Philbrick - 2007
Author, Mayflower: A Story of Courage, Community, and War
Peggy M. Baker – 2008
Director & Librarian, Pilgrim Society & Pilgrim Hall Museum
Jane Fletcher Fiske, FASG – 2009
Genealogist and Major Pilgrim Research Facilitator
Peter Arenstam – 2010
Head, Maritime Artisans Department/Captain Mayflower II, Plimoth Plantation
Jill M. Hall – 2011
Former Colonial Wardrobe Department Head, Plimoth Plantation
Vicki A. Oman and Christopher Messier – 2012
Plimoth Plantation Museum Teachers
– 2013
Plimoth Plantation Museum Teachers
Sue Allen – 2014
World renowned author, historian, documentary advisor
Emeritus Members
(Members for 50 or more years)
Ann Boswell
  1958
John L. Bruch, Jr.   1961
Virginia Clark   1959
Mary N. Cleary   1953
William W. Collins   1955
D. Weston Darby, Jr.   1955
Rev. E. Bradford Davis
 
1951
Norman J. Greene, Jr.
  1953
James L. Gross III   1951
Dorothy B. Hansell   1950
Elva B. Hazlehurst   1945
David V. Hillman   1961
Ann W. Johnson
 
1947
Helen M. Justi
 
1957
Henry K. Justi
 
1957
Mary W. Kurtz
 
1943
Martha G. Lewis
  1953
Alma C. Pearson   1961
Diane D. Quillman   1955
Susan C. Rakestraw   1936
Pamela M. Roberts   1962
H. Hansell Ritter   1953
Philip O. Ritter   1953
William B. Ritter
  1951
Joyce P. Smith
 
1949
Nancy Spaeth
  1960
Julia W. Stowe   1954
Alma D. Struble   1955
Helen J. Wallace
 
1957
Helen L. White
 
1961
Harriet Williams
 
1962
Margaret W. H. Wolcott
 
1956
Stacy B. C. Wood, Jr.
 
1956