Emma Safford - Massasoit Royal Line. Of the tribe of Pokanoket that the Pilgrims first had dealings with. This noble people led by the Great Chief Massasoit protected the pilgrims. The offspring of those original pilgrims would not remember and took from their original benefactors what was most precious-the land, through economic manipulations of "the law". These original stewards of the land are still in Massachusetts. The Pocasset Wampanoag Tribe a member of the original Pokanoket Federati...
This plaque is on the wall of William Mullins (father of Priscilla Mullens Alden) home in Dorking, Surrey, England. William Mullins was a cordwainer (shoemaker) who lived at 58-61 West Street, Dorking, Surrey, England. He and his family sailed from Southampton in the "Mayflower" on 16th of September, 1620. His daughter Priscilla is the subject of Longfeilow's poem "The Courtship of Myles Standish"; she married John Alden and many Americans now proudly trace their ancestry to this couple.