The Women Who Came in the Mayflower
31 Pages
English
Downloading requires you to have access to the YouScribe library
Learn all about the services we offer

The Women Who Came in the Mayflower

-

Downloading requires you to have access to the YouScribe library
Learn all about the services we offer
31 Pages
English

Description

The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Women Who Came in the Mayflower by Annie Russell MarbleCopyright laws are changing all over the world. Be sure to check the copyright laws for your country before downloadingor redistributing this or any other Project Gutenberg eBook.This header should be the first thing seen when viewing this Project Gutenberg file. Please do not remove it. Do notchange or edit the header without written permission.Please read the "legal small print," and other information about the eBook and Project Gutenberg at the bottom of thisfile. Included is important information about your specific rights and restrictions in how the file may be used. You can alsofind out about how to make a donation to Project Gutenberg, and how to get involved.**Welcome To The World of Free Plain Vanilla Electronic Texts****eBooks Readable By Both Humans and By Computers, Since 1971*******These eBooks Were Prepared By Thousands of Volunteers!*****Title: The Women Who Came in the MayflowerAuthor: Annie Russell MarbleRelease Date: January, 2005 [EBook #7252] [This file was first posted on March 31, 2003]Edition: 10Language: EnglishCharacter set encoding: ISO Latin-1*** START OF THE PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK, THE WOMEN WHO CAME IN THE MAYFLOWER ***Dave Maddock, Charles Franks and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team.THE WOMEN WHO CAME IN THE MAYFLOWERBYANNIE RUSSELL MARBLEFOREWORDThis little book is intended as a memorial to the women who came in The ...

Subjects

Informations

Published by
Published 08 December 2010
Reads 31
Language English

Exrait

The Project GtuneebgrE oBkoo Thf Woe n meo WhemaC ni  ehtfyaMr byloweie R AnnllM suesCeporalb lhtigyre ars awgnignahcevo lla lr.dB  e rht eowcheck thsure to  thgswaloc eirypcor trunor fou ylnaod woofer yebtribedisor rdingna ro siht gnitut ecojPrr heoty sihTaeh  reduohsteGuernbeBg k.oohtni gesnew eh nld be the first tuG tcejf grebneg inewviro Pisthmevotor  .oD eti Pleile.do nase deeawir  tit hheo egde rton nahc.Please rmissiontiet nephtuo trwan" t,inprl alsm lagel" eht daere eBt thabouion mrtaniofeh r dtom toot bsfhi tofcnI .elisi deduland ook ect ProjbnreuGett eh gtaspr ifec richtigna ser dirtsoitc important inforamitnoa obtuy uodnifosla nac uoY tow hutbo aut o eif wht nohsni ed. e usay ble m dna wohebne ,grolnvd.ve gto ietd notaoi oameka ject Gutn to Pro
Title: The Women Who Came in the Mayflower Author: Annie Russell Marble Release Date: January, 2005 [EBook #7252] [This file was first posted on March 31, 2003] Edition: 10 Language: English Character set encoding: ISO Latin-1 *** START OF THE PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK, THE WOMEN WHO CAME IN THE MAYFLOWER ***
**Welcome To The World of Free Plain Vanilla Electronic Texts** *eBooks Readable By Both Humans and By Computers, Since 1971** * *****These eBooks Were Prepared By Thousands of Volunteers!*****
THE WOMEN WHO CAME IN THE MAYFLOWER BY ANNIE RUSSELL MARBLE
Dave Maddock, Charles Franks and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team.
FOREWORD
This little book is inte
dneda s a memoira lott ehw ome nwho caem in
 The Mayflower, and their comrades who came later inThe AnnandThe Fortune, who maintained the high standards of home life in early Plymouth Colony. There is no attempt to make a genealogical study of any family. The effort is to reveal glimpses of the communal life during 1621-1623. This is supplemented by a few silhouettes of individual matrons and maidens to whose influence we may trace increased resources in domestic life and education.
One must regret the lack of proof regarding many facts, about which are conflicting statements, both of the general conditions and the individual men and women. In some instances, both points of view have been given here; at other times, the more probable surmises have been mentioned.
The author feels deep gratitude, and would here express it, to the librarians of the Massachusetts Historical Society, the New England Genealogic-Historical Register, the American Antiquarian Society, the Register of Deeds, Pilgrim Hall, and the Russell Library of Plymouth, private and public libraries of Duxbury and Marshfield, and to Mr. Arthur Lord and all other individuals who have assisted in this research. The publications of the Society of Mayflower Descendants, and the remarkable researches of its editor, Mr. George E. Bowman, call for special appreciation.
ANNIE RUSSELL MARBLE.Worcester, Massachusetts.
CONTENTS
FOREWORD
I ENDURANCEAND ADVENTURE: THEVOYAGEAND LANDING
II COMMUNAL AND FAMILYLIFEIN PLYMOUTH 1621-1623
III MATRONS AND MAIDENS WHO CAMEIN "THEMAYFLOWER"
IV COMPANIONS WHO ARRIVED IN "THE FORTUNE" AND "THE ANN"
INDEX
tnote: Bradford' siHtsro yfoP ylm hed anakqug inhtiwloc  ".dooF[r lithei onettlegnni sahuott gbardwatop coe ths N fo tsa" ,yawro thtre evrre ,ubong physwere strdnat hsioR eS esinerCae d anthKahtf  niwowemre e likies, bodrailnoitatnalP htuom wrehe]T2.. ch; s aniqued
CHAPTER I
ENDURANCE AND ADVENTURE: THE VOYAGE AND LANDING
shrdhae  pins ip suoiverT .sraeycoulhey staid surio tnehaetrnwh  onythf woe n me ohwerewoip reens at Plymouth ha dusffredes vereH ot dnalgnE moryeveeltw, ndlaolhwneer ,ebofra searcre sy we theruoc egana sne dr geesone thunyobmarcn eb  yeremassage fof the ptaB tsre.nL soothe sby ts mahip'denodnab eht yb he terat arewey  ,vened peirev dhed most cruellydna leb igno sgn tofirhelo cesthctorrotend pds absnariuht ehihelhi s ainy wa aarf deirrac erew st for fo, to waia  tuHlluDctmhnato s wrmghriultf syaf foetrud nelyodgoe le pnd aeht oS"y tfel yeiuq dnaieht detitirspr adBr"s.s'H ofdryro siotymouf Pllantth P ,sg tubtfil pu eitheyr  tesyeo h aeevsn ,htie rdearestcuntrie, eythewkny he tut,semirglip erew t mud noooke & lhtniso e nhthco ieitwh, anas cteneebeht  hci dahg-place r restineyra;sb enra1  2oo gchd roeethf ps rstrodna eht hilarating wintetsrosmi  nht exewid ol cd ans ndsnoitasneht rof e fiy, wompend cgnohetirotadem s dnalehstolc seh wthm arceanWi. lae dnru fhpsycia test oest, is b sti ta neve ,danglEnw Nen  ieraehtrew ecbm.IeD. VIChapns. atio eowem,ntehhyda been crowded foias ,del fomohwwe ty-ntnenier wa dnrddei  nt ower wnumbtheyhen  ro stroediserifh.mtar wun hne Oacked cos ago, lno sfopspmneasitorrbth, utmohah  derraey eerdnuhowerayflhe Mof TP yl dniohera cnonassey dalihoe  sregnessap ehT.ace where, contrs githo  fht elpate as lwit inth ,sdyehtdah moc setteir nt.Aleme dotiten ehtm kay he ts,es drewehtot yranalp rieah db"ee,rt eh ySeptembeport in l ri tsa,dnaeht , thglEnPlt ouymehersdt irnerefs divd by useuslyoetruoc dna denitaernt elyndkin i sanetn dedc otryarbo a hutf al ret newke sniot a vessel that wb secapsd neewtewi, ksece om sthunbmht e fapreo gersssen low. Inedowir ayswall ana rom d ot etnether whefine weaneh tahc nht epoomscdid mi aint nik lla fo strofyswhy datormre ss uhewereh ynet en ms,rey  bedacrf htiw ohs nezo mor yetarsoe fea iniwdla dnamslr veiatr olsthf asemegavW .setahnd sturdy faith ie rogdos neesa nitiaw fo syad eosth, erat lmecadeo arsi debocluter sheltil g un fo fnocw ehskeeft a tershn e,orneeg dhtevc ahll must hainement,llnid ewF[oo,g "e: Rtnotion elatnruoJ ro a fo latitaanPltlet Sondea  tlPmyuohti n New-England anorPddeecsgniehT ofreLo; onnd16,  andfordBrad22 (rbve )bAlswoW niaschur PInd teiavi ;X ,mirgliP ', 1625.]; Londonw re eohb tuhtye, owcifaleme nssuoc yrtna gnwen side, beness illnolaacis dco ,nathea d and athirb a saw ereht ;p the shihes fromikgnd-sia dnc oolo cesthayawmesorrac deiiw d sdn dhwylrauhgnci he tof thl hapsaihguac eho dloh tboerovl t bud ary uognm na",f leand, "the lustiesenkJ .s nholwoHths die sereicasnidnal ni dna drhat us mrehe Tg.ht eof rya sgnd pboa shin onwomem er tsuedutehT.exn ticivehaee bcilaa dnie rhpsyal forti spiritue thf  oofg unyor yreve liW .ecawhicure  an h isnaignuhcartignt ld o aer tnd dhegilei thda ntnevve been hours ofd sirtsefsrot ehptcan ait hae thugrat de ]61 sahbably no was proyalfworefoT ehM  T4;90 1.,ct Ow,eiveR lacirotsiH, 19Jan.nt, endaeDcsworeyalfehM ldni reipmet .reheopJor s ne kofniw sai  niVgrniThe former captaper htiwfnoitatuasomTht , eson Jsaeta M irts rhCeveror s butity, lehw sa,r "nuitup by a  pulled ser deucepordna hot-. oky  boaabs  oa dndndexeetugh "tho on heldaf yrdnus saw ehtewar deuns omthent research [Fotoonet :T"ehM yaowfl,"ery  b GH.aM .edsrE ;n .gntnot[Fooradfe: B siHro'd yfotsroutmoly PtaanPlh hc ;noitceR].9 .cessary s and nes tasiyfasel soth ucdurebed  mend ehyale dect ybt En leftheyforelspeeh y.dT lgnantharcme "irhe teb "srerutnevda dea  nxelpsooi nat Cape Cod; noudeyatiw op hredwnd aea ny rlusca atsor mforpro eionsovist ha thatnemhsireb tsum  fndou f fll aorb otun es er kcierThwee ri t. ed noserylahevb eeheymust women, tlpohw syob ylevi lmesog inudclinro ,def c ra oeben tildr, chrsedWi.  tth mhet os ot sihtcca tnuo, 1620,accordingai ,niS peetbmrevegid ule tho  tdna niatoc werc hichnt w cap theorsuegentaemt errcea srewen mer rof dnal no gnihthe for ite  a sifsrtn ,elemesttCoe and ont ap ClP tuomytalda ree were eth, there cxtimeevtn sfoelpoep rno tnew  treho sesfrreo mees hhta dnvlse wom ourowasen ta ,hht sh yeg daatreee n"Dd.inur ght enaixuo sadys when the ablea dnlswoW ni dyborde rec day theo noitaleR :etonotFo [d,ordfra BO" noMdn6122.)]l,etc. (r Journaebmeuo rfo hvoN rthintee tay thed wog anustyre md ma tnoddni pebexd keac aseciersehtolc l yeht ;nk orcleanlinessdnw taref rod irmum  hste avenbeoJ .lufyrof eht ir n the, waames eer shtitnoosul, emthf ghouthalemow on dengis nmen, but in the ehrasto  fomtso  omethf coe lampstnimac rf eowmof tuatnicnrednu y sosibl Posure. ,egayov gnol eh atsormfcot anscwsohw redno htreent at te impatib sros yl ehedaecre  aew omethf a staerht tsniaginurrmmu tnd agsT ehcn.ere eerw ing  durabsehis ynolaw ,ordsdenwrnve oorthf coe o  fht ealet roGd, the girl-wifeordfra Bay MhyotroD .deid ,nospm Thoward, Edvants reres'afhth sirnbond ae its wanirghW e .roerePthe harbleft in ehs ih pne tnot  Hvelaol and snd hcutiafus hiatsned themon theirl no gojruen.yaMatre gsok"or w as htiw ;rips hcuhey it tbeenhad leeli pml ae dottub  sa luoheb dto-ss neepstngpire sofyrnuoto htming of e perforht ni tsirhC fo tsar ptemoree os ;eyrodleyw o  fey sh thhouga, torapagitgna dna ndation for ye p lleeyfonik modgandvngcie  yspgoerta rg" enah popledhad theiged  gniyal uof doogrdwaind ofl ea z all due promiseew,r"ot eaMfyol" e.eyThedobncie noi dnabus ssimgnedo sin whhemedet psri tnit ahThf  oinab che tni tcapmoc taht