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Genealogy profile for John Howland, "Mayflower" Passenger

Genealogy profile for John Howland, "Mayflower" Passenger

John Howland and his wife, Elizabeth Tilley, who also was a Mayflower passenger, had four sons and six daughters, one of whom was Jabez, who lived in the house at 33 Sandwich Street in Plymouth, now owned by the Pilgrim John Howland Society.

The Jabez Howland House- built by their son, this was home to Mayflower Passengers John Howland and Elizabeth TIlley in their latter years.

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It has been estimated there are 20 million descendants of passengers on the Mayflower in North America. Of the 102 original passengers, only 51 survived the first winter anchored off of Cape Cod, and only 23 of them had children and grandchildren.

John Howland: Mayflower Passenger. (fell overboard) Photo of a maker for John Howland on Burial Hill, Plymouth, Massachusetts

(fell overboard) Photo of a maker for John Howland on Burial Hill, Plymouth, Massachusetts

The tale of John Howland ...

An illustration of The John Howland Homestead, Strickland & Strickland Architects.

Priscilla and John Alden, original Mayflower passengers.  They married after arriving and settling in Plymouth Colony.

Our ancestors, Priscilla and John Alden, original Mayflower passengers. They married after arriving and settling in Plymouth Colony. See our Wall/Sutton ancestor chart.

Stone memorial marking the spot of John and Elizabeth (Tilley) Howland's homesite in Rocky Nook, north of Plymouth.  The Pilgrim John Howland society owns the land and archaeologists have worked the site each summer for a number of years.

Stone memorial marking the spot of John and Elizabeth (Tilley) Howland's homesite in Rocky Nook, north of Plymouth. The Pilgrim John Howland society owns the land and archaeologists have worked the site each summer for a number of years.

Elizabeth Tilley - Original Mayflower Passenger. Wife of Mayflower Passenger John Howland. Elizabeth was orphaned in the New World, at the age of thirteen, after her parents died the first winter in Plymouth.

Wife of Mayflower Passenger John Howland. Elizabeth was orphaned in the New World, at the age of thirteen, after her parents died the first winter in Plymouth. My ancestor, (C.

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