Welcome To Pilgrims and Pioneers!

After many years of researching my family geneaology I have been lucky enough to discover actual information about my relatives that lived in the Pilgrim Era and the Pioneer Era- while many people also have realtives from those eras- many do not know their names or where they lived- actually seeing the proof in print makes you much more aware of who they really were.
After discovering these relatives it of course made me curious to learn more about the eras that they lived in and what their lives were like as, the history I learned in grade school had long since been forgotten.
I decided to start this blog for others who are also interested in these eras.
Some of the information here will be actual facts about my realtives and some will be information about the eras in general that I have found on the web.
I hope you will enjoy traveling back in time with me!

Thursday, September 24, 2009

My Pilgrim Grandfather's Land Mates ( Neighbors)

I found this document on an educational site while doing research on my 10th great grandfather Eduoard Bompasse that arrived at Plimoth Plantation in 1621 having made his journey on the passenger ship Fortune. These people would have been his neighbors in the year 1623. It is interesting to see the Olde English spelling of some words:
these lye on the north side of the towne next adjoyning to their gardens which came in the Fortune.

Edward Winslow 4
Richard Warren
John Goodman
John Crackstone
John Alden
Marie Chilton
Captin Myles Standish 2
Francis Eaton 4
Henerie Samson 1
Humillitie Cooper 1

The fales of their ground which came in the Fortune according as their lots were cast 1623. This ship came Novr1621
these lye to the sea, eastward.

William Hilton 1
John Winslow 1
William Coner 1
John Adams 1
William Tench & John Cannon 2

These lye beyond the fort to the wood west.

William Wright & William Pitt 2
Robert Hickes 1
Thomas Prence 1
Stephen Dean 1
Moses Simonson & Philipe de la Noye 2
Edward Bompass 1
Clemente Brigges 1
James Steward 1
William Palmer 2
Jonathan Brewster 1
Benet Morgan 1
Thomas Flavel & son 2
Thomas Morton 1
William Bassite 3


Olde Dame Penniwig said...

Very strange spellings!

I can'thelp it, when I read olden-time words, I read them with a peculiar accent...very drawn-out...but I guess they were actually just said normally even though spelled oddly!

Debra said...

I think they were said normally but with a very English accent!

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Prairie Sundrops

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The Famous Rock!

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Plimoth Plantation

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The Village

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