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Society of Mayflower Descendants in the State of New Mexico

Membership Information

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If neither you nor anyone in your family has ever been a member, you are encouraged to visit the General Society of Mayflower Descendants WEB site at Mayflower Lineage Match where they offer a pre-screening service to provide a preliminary validation your lineage.
Otherwise you may contact Carl Malone, the New Mexico State Historian for the Society of Mayflower Descendants in the State of New Mexico, for more information.  Our Historian can be reached at:
Any person able to document their descent from one or more of the following "First Comers" is eligible to apply for membership in the Mayflower Society:
  • John Alden
  • Bartholomew Alden
  • Isaac Allerton
  • Mary (Norris) Allerton
  • Mary Allerton
  • Remember Allerton
  • Elinor Billington
  • Francis Billington
  • John Billington
  • William Bradford
  • Love Brewster
  • Mary Brewster
  • William Brewster
  • Peter Browne
  • James Chilton
  • Mrs. James Chilton
  • Mary Chilton
  • Francis Cooke
  • John Cooke
  • Edward Doty
  • Francis Eaton
  • Samuel Eaton
  • Sarah Eaton
  • Moses Fletcher
  • Edward Fuller
  • Mrs. Edward Fuller
  • Samuel Fuller
  • Samuel Fuller (son of Edward)
  • Constance Hopkins
  • Elizabeth (Fisher) Hopkins
  • Giles Hopkins
  • Stephen Hopkins
  • John Howland
  • Richard More
  • Priscilla Mullins
  • William Mullins
  • Degory Priest
  • Joseph Rogers
  • Thomas Rogers
  • Henry Samson
  • George Soule
  • Myles Standish
  • Elizabeth Tilley
  • John Tilley
  • Joan (Hurst) Tilley
  • Richard Warren
  • Peregrine White
  • Resolved White
  • Susanna White
  • William White
  • Edward Winslow
To learn more about the “First Comers” and their lives visit:

   Caleb Johnson’s, A Mayflower History Website with information about the "First Comers" and their lives.

   Pilgrim Hall, America’s oldest continuously-operating museum with a large and significant collection of 17th century possessions, wills and estate inventories, owned by the “First Comers” and other residents of Plymouth Colony.

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