News & Events
The Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants selects Three Visitors to Early Plymouth (with foreword by James W. Baker) for a Book Discussion at the Mayflower Society House.
Every Friday, we will be spotlighting a different GSMD-endorsed Family Society and the Mayflower passenger they honor! To kick things off, let’s start at the top of the alphabet – our first feature is the Alden Kindred of America (AKA).
Equipped with their great-grandfather’s family tree and determination, these three sisters were hoping to learn more about their possible Mayflower roots.
2018 has been a year of auspicious change for the General Society of Mayflower Descendants in preparation for the upcoming commemoration of the Mayflower voyage in 2020.
As the recognized leader in Pilgrim genealogy and research, the creation and perpetuity of GSMD has allowed for countless descendants to explore this unique heritage, cherish the sacred memory of our Pilgrim ancestors, and connect with a community of others seeking to advance the Mayflower story.
As the year of 2018 draws to a close and we look towards the future, we are excited to share our past year of successes and experiences with you.
Society will send formal letter of support to legislators asking them to vote in favor of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe Reservation Reaffirmation Act
Plymouth, MA (December 9, 2018) – The National Pilgrim Memorial Meetinghouse, designated as the place with the longest history of continuous spiritual worship in America, is changing hands. First Parish Plymouth, a Unitarian Universalist Church, the current denomination that holds services there, is donating the Meetinghouse to the General Society Mayflower Descendants (The Mayflower Society).