Our Mayflower Connection

I know, every family claims to have a Mayflower ancestor, and if they were all correct in their claims, the Mayflower would have had to have been larger than Noah's Arc.

I had known most of my life about the Sherman connections to early America; arriving in about 1635. I had also research the Sherman/Simmons/Lord connection to early Hartford Connecticut. But, it was not until 2004 that I found on the Internet a direct Bower connection to the Mayflower.

For the record, here is the Bower-Mayflower connection:

Richard Warren* & Elizabeth
Thomas Little & Anna Warren, m. 1633; Plymouth, MA
Josiah Keen Sr. & Abigail Little, m. 1657; Duxbury, MA
Josiah Keen Jr. & Lydia Baker, m. 1682
George Partridge & Lydia Keen, m.1712/1713; Pembroke, MA
Asa Hunt & Sarah Partridge, m. 1736; Duxbury, MA
Capt. Ziba Hunt & Joanna Blount, m. Abt 1763
Zuriel Simmons & Salllie Hunt 1791; Litchfield, CT
Philander Simmons & Mary Ann Waid
Franklin Colt & Eliza Angeline Simmons 1844;
William Victor Wheeler & Caroline Herelia Colt; 1865
Albert EddiePiapon Sherman & Myrtle Maud Wheeler m 1891; Jamestown, NY
Arthur Ingham & Gertrude Alberta Sherman m 1916; Jamestown, NY
Chalres Smart Bower & Laura Mildred Ingham m 1942; Buffalo, NY
Kenneth Charles Bower & Susan Ann Lund m 1968; San Mateo, CA

* Passengers on the Mayflower, 1620

Click here for a very interesting web-site about the Mayflower and her passengers.


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