m. 29 Mar 1623
Facts and Events
MARY BUCKET or BECKET was born about 1605, probably in England, and died in Dec. of 1676 in Duxbury, Plymouth Co., MA.[1/98] Mary arrived in Plymouth on the 'Anne' which arrived in Plymouth in July of 1623.
Mary married GEORGE SOULE  in perhaps 1624 or 1625 at Plymouth. He was born about 1595-1600 in England.[ibid] and died before 22 Jan 1680 in Duxbury, Plymouth Co., MA.[ibid] The marriage was never recorded. Banks pointed out that it was established by the fact that George Soule sold the 1 acre of land which had been granted to Mary as a passenger on the Anne. Something that he could only do if he were her husband.
Banks also felt that Mary might be associated with the Parish of St. Botolph, Aldersgate, London. He gives no reason for this conjecture.
Believed to have come to America on the next ship after the Mayfower, The Anne.
Plymouth Colony: Its History and People 1620-1691 Part Three: Biographical Sketches Biographical Sketches Bennet, William
Arriving on the Anne in 1623, Mary Becket is said to have married Mayflower passenger George Soule prior to the 1627 cattle division. Nothing is known about her origins in England, and her identification as George Soule's wife is based on her known presence in Plymouth in 1623, on Soule being unmarried that year, on her disappearance from the records thereafter, on Soule having a wife named Mary [p.244] in the 1627 division, and on there being no other known Mary to assign as his wife.