Person:Mary Allerton (1)

Mary Allerton
b.16 Jun 1616 Leyden, Holland
m. 4 Nov 1611
  1. Bartholomew Allertonabt 1613 - bet 1658 - 1659
  2. Remember Allertonabt 1615 - bet 1652 and 1656
  3. Mary Allerton1616 - 1699
  4. unnamed Allertonabt 1620 - 1620
  5. boy Allerton1620 - 1620
m. 1636
  1. Thomas Cushman1637 - 1726
  2. Sarah Cushman1639 - AFT 1694
  3. Mary Cushman1641 - BEF 1690
  4. Isaac Cushman1648/49 - 1732
  5. Deacon Elkanah Cushman1651 - 1727
  6. Fear Cushman1653 - 1653
  7. Eleazer Cushman1656 -
  8. Lydia Cushman1658 - 1718
Facts and Events
Name Mary Allerton
Gender Female
Alt Birth[1] abt Jun 1616 Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
Birth? 16 Jun 1616 Leyden, Holland
Christening[2] June 1618
Immigration[1] 1620 Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States Aboard Mayflower
Reference Number? Q6778824?
Marriage 1636 Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusettsto Thomas Cushman
Death[3] 28 Nov 1699 Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Burial[5] Burial Hill, Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States

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Mary Allerton Cushman (c. 1616 – 28 November 1699) was a settler of Plymouth Colony in what is now Massachusetts. She was the last surviving passenger of the Mayflower. She arrived at Plymouth on the Mayflower when she was about four years old and lived there her entire life; she died aged 83.

Mary Allerton was born about 1616 (according to some sources, baptised in June 1616) in Leiden, The Netherlands to parents Isaac and Mary Norris Allerton. She came to Plymouth on the Mayflower in 1620, at about the age of four. Around 1636, she married Thomas Cushman, who had come to Plymouth in 1621 at the age of thirteen on the ship Fortune with father Robert Cushman, a prominent member of the Pilgrims' congregation in Leiden. Thomas and Mary had a surprisingly prosperous family; seven of their eight children survived to adulthood, got married, and provided at least 50 grandchildren. Thomas and Mary both lived to very old age, having never moved from Plymouth. Thomas died in December 1691, reaching nearly 85 years in age. Mary, who gave birth to and raised eight children, lived to the age of 83. Prior to her death in November 1699, she was the last surviving Mayflower passenger. She was buried on Burial Hill in Plymouth.

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  2. International Genealogical Index. (LDS Church, 1999-2005).
  3. Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants. Mayflower Descendant: An Illustrated Quarterly Magazine of Pilgrim Genealogy, History and Biography, 6:63.

    Cited by Great Migration in Isaac Allerton profile

  4.   Mary Allerton, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.
  5. Mary Allerton Cushman, in Find A Grave.
  6.   Mayflower Daughters MD 6:244, 1904 With Updates.
  7.   Bradford, William. Passenger List, abt 1650.

    "Mary is married here and hath four children."