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The Pilgrims set sail from Plymouth, England (above) aboard the "Mayflower”   on September 6, 1620.

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On this day 6th September, 1620, 149 Pilgrims, The Pilgrim Fathers, set sail from Plymouth in the Mayflower bound for America-the New World. The Pilgrim's story of seeking religious freedom has become a central theme of the history and culture of the United States (The Mayflower Steps in Plymouth)

On this day September, 149 Pilgrims, The Pilgrim Fathers, set sail from Plymouth in the Mayflower bound for America-the New World.

Cole's Hill - Cole's Hill is the site of the burial ground of the Pilgrims. Those who died in the first winter of the Plymouth Colony (1620–21) were buried there.

Cole's Hill - Cole's Hill is the site of the burial ground of the Pilgrims. Those who died in the first winter of the Plymouth Colony were buried there. so that's where they are buried

The ship The Mayflower arrived at Cape Cod, America, on this day 19th November 1620. Its 87 passengers were a Protestant sect, known as The Pilgrim Fathers,(Mayflower Collage: departs from Southampton, England on its travel to North America)

The ship The Mayflower arrived at Cape Cod, America, on this day 19th November 1620. Its 87 passengers were a Protestant sect, known as The Pilgrim Fathers,(Mayflower Collage: departs from Southampton, England on its travel to North America)

Mayflower II, Plymouth, Massachusetts

Mayflower II at Pilgrim Memorial State Park pier in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Step onto a full-scale reproduction of the tall ship that brought the Pilgrims to Plymouth in

Elder William Brewster. Mayflower passenger. Plymouth Rock religious leader.

Elder William Brewster - Great Great Great Great Great (well you get the picture) Grandfather. My great grandfather.

William Bradford - Mayflower passenger - Governor of Plymouth Colony

William Bradford - Mayflower passenger - Governor of Plymouth Colony -found in Austerfield cemetery nr Doncaster

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