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  • Are you planning on traveling to England this summer? If so, this is a list of where some of our Pilgrim ancestors lived.

  • Who Do You Think You Are?What do Marilyn Monroe, George Bush and Dr. Spock have in common? Possibly you. Visit our distinguished descendants gallery to learn who your famous cousins are. You may be surprised to discover who you have common genes with.

  • A brief overview of the Fuller brothers.

  • St. Mary’s Church, Redenhall, Norfolk Co., England2011 — St. Mary’s Church, Redenhall, Norfolk Co., England
    A dedication ceremony is planned for the spring of 2011 for the blessing of a plaque to be placed in St. Mary's by the Fuller Society. The plaque will state that the Fuller Society helped in the restoration of the window (beside where the plaque will be placed) and read: “In memory of / Edward Fuller baptized 4 September 1575 / & / Samuel Fuller baptized 20 January 1580 / Pilgrims to America on the Mayflower 1620. / Fuller Society 2011”

     

     

     

     

  • 2005 — Rev. Samuel Fuller (Jr.) Plaque, First Congregational Church, Middleborough, MA
    Rev. Samuel Fuller Ca. 1629-1695, son of the Pilgrim Samuel Fuller, was the first minister of the church. The plaque was dedicated by the Fuller Society.

    2008 — Rev. Samuel Fuller (Jr.) Plaque, The Samuel Fuller School, First Congregational Church, Middleborough, MA
    The Samuel Fuller School opened here in September 2008. Fuller Society members worshiped at the church and presented a plaque and donation to the Samuel Fuller School as part of the annual meeting festivities.

  • A full list of all of the Pilgrim related sites to see in Plymouth.

  • Am I a Mayflower Descendant?
    For those of you who are curious about whether or not you may be descended from a Mayflower passenger please see our List of Mayflower Passengers and Genealogies Links below. The surnames found in the first three generations after landing are also included.

  • Pilgrim TradesOur Mayflower ancestors were not of “royal blood.” For the most part, they were what we now would call “middle class” people who had to work for a living. Of the 58 male passengers, both men and boys, the trades or occupations of only 32 are known.

  • A full list of Pilgrim related sites to see in Leiden, Holland.