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Re: Capt. Jeremiah Bartlett Pinkham 1859 ME
Posted by: Martin Hollick Date: July 23, 2001 at 08:19:19
In Reply to: Capt. Jeremiah Bartlett Pinkham 1859 ME by melissa of 746

I can cut to the chase somewhat. No one named Benjamin Bartlett was on the Mayflower. For a complete list of passengers see: http://members.aol.com/calebj/mayflower.html.

Richard Warren was on the Mayflower and his daughter Mary married Robert Bartlett. So all of Robert Bartlett's descendants have Mayflower status through their mother.

As for the specifics of Capt. Jeremiah B. Pinkham, I would look at the Pinkham Genealogy. I'd look myself, but my copy is packed away.

Good Luck.



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