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Representatives of four nations gathered at the headquarters of American Ancestors (the New England Historic Genealogical Society) in Boston last week to announce plans for the 400th commemoration of the Mayflower voyage. GSMD joined with organizations from the Wampanoag Nation, United Kingdom, and the Netherlands to share the events that will be taking place on both sides of the Atlantic in 2020.

Calling all Mayflower descendants! For the first four Friday evenings in August…(August 2nd, 9th, 16th and 23rd), please join us in participating in Pilgrim Progress, a unique cultural tradition in Plymouth, MA.

High-resolution photographs of the stained-glass Robinson windows have replaced the real ones until after exterior restoration of the Meetinghouse stone facade is complete. 

We are now sole owners of the National Pilgrim Memorial Meetinghouse!

This President's Day, we're taking a look at which U.S. Presidents can also trace their roots to Mayflower passengers. Which ones are on your family tree?

john billington 3e6638db 8143 4cf9 a7ac e70b481892d resize 750For anyone familiar with early American history, the name “John Billington” may conjure up a negative connotation; the Mayflower passenger is largely remembered as being the first colonist to be tried and executed for murder.

But was Billington sentenced unfairly?

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