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SONS & DAUGHTERS OF THE PILGRIMS

 

 

LINEAGES OF MEMBERS

 

of the

 

NATIONAL SOCIETY OF THE SONS

AND DAUGHTERS OF THE PILGRIMS

 

To January 1, 1929

 

COMPILED FROM THE ORIGINAL APPLICATIONS

 

PHILADELPHIA

PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIETY

1929

 

 

NATIONAL SOCIETY SONS AND DAUGHTERS

OF THE PILGRIMS

 

NATIONAL OFFICERS

 

National Governor General

MRS. OTTO WALTHER KULLING

Meadowbrook, Penna.

 

National Secretary General

MRS. CHARLES EUGENE TEFFT

Guilford, Maine

 

Acting National Treasurer General

MRS. WILLIAM F. THACHER

Bellevur-Stratford, Philadelphia, Pa.

 

National Registrar General

MRS. ELIZABETH B. SATTERTHWAITE

Trenton, N.J.

 

National Elder General

THE REV. PHILLIPS ENDICOTT OSGOOD

Pastor of Minneapolis, Minn.

 

National Captain General

MR. A. MCDONALD BROOKS

Capt. First Colorado Volunteers Infantry

Served in Philippine Islands, 1898-1899
Denver, Colo.

 

National Historian General

REV. GIDEON A. BURGESS, D.D.

Providence, R.I.

 

The Society's National Interests

Forests and Waters

The National Banner
"Faith of Our Forefathers"
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INTRODUCTION

 

I, Mary Estelle Wilkinson, resident of Ottawa, Kansas; born in the

United States; single; hereby apply for membership in the Society

by right of descent from Richard Harrison, came to America at

New Haven, 1644, born West Kirby, England, 1600, died Brad-

ford, Conn., October 25, 1653. Services: Member of the Ancient

and Honorable Artillery Company of Boston, 1646.

1. I was born in Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas.

2. I am the daughter of Francis Adna Wilkinson, born October
16, 1842; died June 29, 1904; married Jennie Alexander December

 

11. My 7th g. grandfather was son of Richard Harrison, born in
1600, died 1653; came to America, at New Haven, 1644.

Extra Information, Services in Army or Government.--Richard Harrison, mem-
ber of the Ancient Artillery of Boston, 1646. George Hubbard, born in England,
1594, died in America, 1685, a Representative to the first Colonial Court of Con-
necticut, 1639; Deputy Magistrate, 1652, 1655, 1657, 1660, 1662, 1665. John
Bishop, born in England, 1604, died in Guilford, Conn., January, 1660. He was
one of the twenty-five signers of the Covenant.

 


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