The names of those which came over first, in the year 1620, and were by the blessing of God the first beginners and in a sort the foundation of all the Plantations and Colonies in New England; and their families - William Bradford (1650).
- Mr. John Carver, Katherine his wife, Desire
Minter, and two manservants, John Howland, Roger Wilder. William
Latham, a boy, and a maidservant and a child that was put to him called Jasper
- Mr. William Brewster, Mary, his wife, with two sons, whose names
were Love and Wrestling. And a boy was put to him called Richard More,
and another of his brothers. The rest of his children were left behind and came
- Mr. Edward Winslow, Elizabeth his wife and two menservants called George
Soule and Elias Story; also a little girl was put to him called Ellen, the
sister of Richard More.
- William Bradford and Dorothy his wife, having but one child, a son left
behind who came afterward.
- Mr. Isaac Allerton and Mary his wife, with three children, Bartholomew,
Remember and Mary. And a servant boy John Hooke.
- Mr. Samuel Fuller and a servant called William Button. His wife was
behind, and a child which came afterwards.
- John Crackston and his son John Crackston.
- Captain Myles Standish and Rose his wife.
- Mr. Christopher Martin and his wife and two servants, Solomon
Prower and John Langmore.
- Mr. William Mullins and his wife and two children, Joseph and
Priscilla; and a servant, Robert Carter.
- Mr. William White and Susanna his wife and one son called Resolved,
and one born a-shipboard called Peregrine, and two servants named William
Holbeck and Edward Thompson.
- Mr. Stephen Hopkins and Elizabeth his wife, and two children called Giles
and Constanta, a daughter, both by a former wife. And two more by this wife called Damaris
and Oceanus; the last was born at sea. And two servants called Edward Doty
and Edward Lester.
- Mr. Richard Warren, but his wife and children were left behind and came
- John Billington and Ellen his wife, and two sons, John and
- Edward Tilley and Ann his wife, and two children that were their cousins, Henry
Sampson and Humility Cooper.
- John Tilley and his wife, and Elizabeth their daughter.
- Francis Cooke and his son John; but his wife and other children came
- Thomas Rogers and Joseph his son; his other children came afterwards.
- Thomas Tinker and his wife and a son.
- John Rigsdale and Alice his wife.
- James Chilton and his wife, and Mary their daughter; they had
another daughter that was married, came afterward.
- Edward Fuller and his wife, and Samuel their son.
- John Turner and two sons; he had a daughter came some years after to Salem,
where she is now living.
- Francis Eaton and Sarah his wife, and Samuel their son, a young
- Moses Fletcher, John Goodman, Thomas Williams, Digory Priest,
Edmund Margesson, Peter Browne, Richard Britteridge, Richard
Clarke, Richard Gardiner, Gilbert Winslow.
- John Alden was hired for a cooper at Southampton where the ship victualed, and
being a hopeful young man was much desired but left to his own liking to go or stay when
he came here; but he stayed and married here.
- John Allerton and Thomas English were both hired, the latter to go master
of a shallop here, and the other was reputed as one of the company but was to go back
(being a seaman) for the help of others behind. But they both died here before the ship
- There were also other two seamen hired to stay a year here in the country, William
Trevor, and one Ely. But when their time was out they both returned.
These being about a hundred souls, came over in this first ship and began
this work, which God of His goodness hath hitherto blessed. Let His holy name have the
praise - William Bradford (1650).