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Richard Ingersoll and the Mayflower

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Richard Ingersoll and the Mayflower

Posted: 18 Feb 2005 3:18PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: INGERSOLL
I was browsing the GenForum Message Board and found a posting that Richard Ingersoll 1587 Edworth Bedfordshire - 1644 Salem, Essex County came over on the Mayflower. And Rick Ingersoll has on his web site an extract:

The Planters of The Commonwealth in Massachusetts, 1620-1640 Page 64-65

MAYFLOWER, William Peirce, Master, left Gravesend in March with thirty-five passengers, mostly from Leyden, Holland, destined for Plymouth. She arrived May 15.1 [1 Bradford, 11, 65.] (What year?)

RICHARD INGERSOLL of Sandy, county Bedford Salem
Mrs. Anne Ingersoll ,George Ingersoll ,Joanna Ingersoll
John Ingersoll , Sarah Ingersoll , Alice Ingersoll

If they did come on the Mayflower , they must have been on a later voyage then 1620. And why did the family move so quickly to Salem?

bob gillis

SubjectAuthorDate Posted
robertgillisn... 18 Feb 2005 10:18PM GMT 
Jenifer Ingersoll 11 Aug 2005 5:41AM GMT 
Rick Ingersoll 22 Mar 2006 5:12AM GMT 
robertgillisn... 22 Mar 2006 12:10PM GMT 
Rick Ingersol... 23 Mar 2006 4:51AM GMT 
RollerPoodle 23 May 2011 11:41AM GMT 
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