Family:John Tilley and Joan Hurst (1)

Facts and Events
Marriage[1] 20 Sep 1596 Henlow, Bedfordshire, England
Children
BirthDeath
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chr. 23 October 1597 Henlow, Bedfordshire, England
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chr. 28 Feb 1601/02 Henlow, Bedfordshire, England
 
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John and Joan, as well as his brother Edward and his wife Ann, immigrated aboard the Mayflower with their youngest daughter Elizabeth. All four of the adults died the first winter, leaving Elizabeth without family in the new colony.

References
  1. John Tilley, in Anderson, Robert Charles. The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995), 3:1822.

    (John Tilley married) Henlow 20 September 1596 Joan (Hurst) Rogers. She had married (1) Thomas Rogers.

The Mayflower (1620)
The Mayflower was the first settlement voyage to New England, carrying primarily English Separatists known as Pilgrims. It was destined for the mouth of the Hudson River, but landed at Cape Cod in present-day Massachusetts.
Sailed: 6 Sep 1620 from Southampton, England under Captain Christopher Jones
Arrived: 11 Nov 1620 at Plymouth, Massachusetts
After spending the winter aboard ship, the surviving passengers moved ashore on 21 Mar 1621.
Next Vessel: The Fortune (1621)

Passengers:
104; 24 families left descendants (Full List)
Pilgrim Families: Allerton (Asst. Gov. Isaac) - Bradford (Gov. William) - Brewster (Rev. William) - Chilton - Cooke - Fuller (Edward) - Fuller (Samuel) - Priest - Rogers - Sampson - Tilley (Edward) - Tilley (John) - White - Winslow (Edward)
Other Families and Servants: Alden - Billington - Browne - Doty - Eaton - Hopkins - Howland - Mullins - Soule - Standish (Capt. Miles) - Warren - Winslow (Gilbert)

Resources: Primary Sources: Bradford's History of Plymouth Plantation - Mourt's Relation - Pilgrim Hall (wills and other contemporary documents)
Wikipedia: Mayflower (voyage) - Passenger List - Pilgrims - Plymouth Colony - Captain Christopher Jones