Genealogical Society of South Brevard County Florida
Genealogical Society of South Brevard
Genealogical Society of
South Brevard
P.O. Box 786
Melbourne, Florida
32902-0786
Mayflower Society Interest Group
 
Welcome to the Mayflower Society Interest Group!  The Mayflower Group holds monthly Special Interest Group meetings for those members interested in participating. Our group is a forum for family history researchers working to prove their lineage in a manner acceptable for membership in the Mayflower Society.
     
DESCRIPTION:  The Mayflower Group is made of GSSB members interested in working together to learn more about and researching the various lines of descent from one of the settlers arriving in America on the Mayflower. Our goal is to produce personal research and documentary proof of our lineage to any one of these settlers.  Once complete we also strive to assist one another to apply for and become members of the Mayflower Society.   
 
Joining The Group:  The only requisite to joining the SIG is that you are a member of the GSSB. Send an email to the society general email with questions or to express interest in joining.  Email contact@gssb.net to join the group but let us know if you have questions.
 
The General Society of Mayflower Descendants, better known as the Mayflower Society, is a hereditary organization of individuals who have documented their descent from at least one of the 102 passengers who arrived on the Mayflower in 1620 at Plymouth, Massachusetts. This society was established in 1897 and is headquartered in Plymouth, Massachusetts. You can find much more about the society at:  Mayflower Society.    
 
Mayflower Passenger - Ancestors List
The following links will take you away from GSSB.net to Caleb Johnson's "Mayflower History" website (MayflowerHistory.com), and provide a direct synopsis of the individual passenger. You can use your back button to return to GSSB.net. 
 
• Isaac and Mary (Norris) Allerton, and children BartholomewRemember, and Mary
• John and Eleanor Billington, and sons John and Francis.
•  William and Mary Brewster, and children Love and Wrestling
• James and Mrs. Chilton, and daughter Mary
• Francis Cooke and son John
• Francis and Sarah Eaton, and son Samuel
• Stephen and Elizabeth (Fisher) Hopkins and children ConstanceGiles and Damaris; son Oceanus was born during the voyage.
• William and Alice Mullins and children Priscilla and Joseph
• Thomas Rogers and son Joseph
• Myles and Rose Standish
• John and Joan (Hurst) Tilley and daughter Elizabeth
• William and Susanna (Jackson) White, and son Resolved (son Peregrine was born shipboard in Provincetown Harbor after arrival).
   Dorothy (John Carver's maidservant)