F, b. circa 1604, d. June 8, 1666
- Birth: Jane Cooke was born circa 1604 in Leijden, Zuid Holland, Netherlands.
- Death: She died on June 8, 1666 in Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts.
M, b. 1566
- Birth: Thomas Mitchell was born in 1566 in Cambridge, England.
F, b. 1568
- Birth: Margaret Williams was born in 1568 in Cambridge, England.
M, b. November 26, 1584, d. April 7, 1663
- Birth: Francis Cooke was born on November 26, 1584 in Norwich, Norfolk, England.
- Marriage: He and Hester Mahieu were married on July 20, 1603 in Leijden, Zuid Holland, Netherlands.
- Death: Francis Cooke died on April 7, 1663, at age 78, in Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts.
- Event: He was Event in Mayflower passenger.
F, b. 1592
- Birth: Hester Mahieu was born in 1592 in Canterbury, Kent, England.
- Marriage: She and Francis Cooke were married on July 20, 1603 in Leijden, Zuid Holland, Netherlands.
- Death: Hester Mahieu died in Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts.
- Event: She was Event in Mayflower passenger.
M, b. 1531
- Birth: Edward Cooke was born in 1531.
F, b. circa 1531
- Birth: Anne Cauton was born circa 1531.
M, b. 1623, d. February 28, 1688
- Birth: Robert Latham was born in 1623 in Lancaster, Lancashire, England.
- Marriage: He and Susannah Winslow were married in 1649 in Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts.
- Death: Robert Latham died on February 28, 1688, at age ~65, in Bridgewater, Plymouth Co, Massachusetts.
- Note: "Robert Latham & Susanna Winslow
Felonius Cruelty (Stratton)
"By far the most extreme case on record of a master mistreating a servant involved Robert Latham, whose wife Susanna was the daughter of John Winslow and his wife, MAyflower passenger Mary Chilton. On 31 January 1654/55 a coroner's jury was called to view the body of Latham's servant boy, John Walker." The jury found: "that the body of John Walker was blackish and blew, and the skine broken in divers places from the middle to the haire of his head, viz, all his backe with stripes given him by his master, Robert Latham, as Robert himselfe did testify; and also wee found a bruise of his left arme, and one of his left hipp, and one great bruise of his brest; and there was the knuckles of one hand and one of his fingers frozen, and alsoe both his heeles frozen, and one of the heeles the flesh was much [p.186] broken, and alsoe one of his little toes frozen and very much perished, and one of his great toes frozen, and alsoe the side of his foot frozen; and alsoe, upon the reviewing the body, wee found three gaules like holes in the hames, which wee formerly, the body being frozen, thought they had been holes; and alsoe wee find that the said John was forced to carry a logg which was beyond his strength, which hee indeavoring to doe, the logg fell upon him, and hee, being downe, had a stripe or two, as Joseph Beedle doth testify; and wee find that it was some few daies before his death; and wee find, by the testimony of John Howland and John Adams, that heard Robert Latham say that hee gave John Walker som stripes that morning before his death; and alsoe wee find the flesh much broken of the knees of John Walker, and that he did want sufficient food and clothing and lodging, and that the said John did constantly wett his bedd and his cloathes, lying in them, and so suffered by it, his clothes being frozen about him; and that the said John was put forth in the extremity of cold, though thuse unabled by lamenes and sorenes to performe what was required; and therefore in respect of crewelty and hard usage he died." In the Latham-Walker case, the community view can can be seen in the aftermath, when on 4 March 1654/55 Latham was indicted for felonious cruelty to his servant John Walker, age about fourteen, by unreasonable correction, by withholding necessary food and clothing, and by exposing Walker to extremities of the seasons, whereby he died. The trial jury found him guilty of "manslaughter by chaunce medley," and he was sentenced to be burned in the hand and, having no lands, to have all his personal property confiscated. Latham's wife, Susanna, was presented by the grand jury for being in great measure guilty with her husband in exercising extreme cruelty toward their late servant John Walker. In her case, however, the presentment continued without trial for three years, until the court on 1 June 1658 ordered that she would be held for trial if anyone wished to prosecute her for the offense, but no one came forth, and the court ordered the presentment erased from the records. "
F, b. 1625, d. November 14, 1685
- Birth: Susannah Winslow was born in 1625 in Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts.
- Marriage: She and Robert Latham were married in 1649 in Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts.
- Death: Susannah Winslow died on November 14, 1685, at age ~60, in Bridgewater, Plymouth Co, Massachusetts.
M, b. April 16, 1597, d. May 21, 1674
- Birth: John Winslow was born on April 16, 1597 in Droitwich, Worcestershire, England.
- Marriage: He and Mary Chilton were married on October 12, 1624 in Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts.
- Death: John Winslow died on May 21, 1674, at age 77, in Boston, Suffolk Co, Massachusetts.
F, b. May 31, 1607, d. May 16, 1679
- Birth: Mary Chilton was born on May 31, 1607 in Sandwich, Kent, England.
- Marriage: She and John Winslow were married on October 12, 1624 in Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts.
- Death: Mary Chilton died on May 16, 1679, at age 71, in Boston, Suffolk Co, Massachusetts.
M, b. October 17, 1560, d. 1630
- Birth: Edward Winslow was born on October 17, 1560 in Droitwich, Worcestershire, England.
- Marriage: He and Magdaline Ollyver were married on November 4, 1594 in London, Middlesex, England.
- Death: Edward Winslow died in 1630, at age ~70, in London, Middlesex, England.
F, b. August 4, 1566
- Birth: Magdaline Ollyver was born on August 4, 1566 in Westminster, London, Middlesex, England.
- Marriage: She and Edward Winslow were married on November 4, 1594 in London, Middlesex, England.
M, b. 1533, d. April 14, 1607
- Birth: Kenelm Winslow was born in 1533 in Droitwich, Worcestershire, England.
- Marriage: He and Catherine Buck were married in 1556 in Warwickshire, England.
- Death: Kenelm Winslow died on April 14, 1607, at age ~74, in Warwickshire, England.
F, b. 1535, d. April 4, 1607
- Birth: Catherine Buck was born in 1535 in Droitwich, Worcestershire, England.
- Marriage: She and Kenelm Winslow were married in 1556 in Warwickshire, England.
- Death: Catherine Buck died on April 4, 1607, at age ~72, in Warwickshire, England.
M, b. 1512
- Birth: William Winslow was born in 1512 in Droitwich, Worcestershire, England.
F, b. 1515
- Birth: Mary Burke was born in 1515 in Droitwich, Worcestershire, England.
M, b. circa 1474
- Birth: Thomas Winslow was born circa 1474 in Oxfordshire, England.
Cecilia Agnes Tansley
F, b. 1474, d. 1500
- Birth: Cecilia Agnes Tansley was born in 1474.
- Death: She died in 1500, at age ~26.
M, b. 1495, d. 1549
- Birth: Kenelm Bucke was born in 1495 in Droitwich, Worcestershire, England.
- Death: He died in 1549, at age ~54, in Warwickshire, England.
F, b. 1496
- Birth: Ellen Neville was born in 1496 in Warwickshire, England.
M, b. circa 1536, d. October 26, 1583
- Birth: Gilbert Ollyver was born circa 1536 in England.
- Death: He died on October 26, 1583 in England.
F, b. circa 1540
- Birth: Margery Young was born circa 1540 in England.
M, b. circa 1556, d. December 8, 1620
- Birth: James Chilton was born circa 1556 in Canterbury, Kent, England.
- Marriage: He and Susanna Furner were married circa 1583 in Kent County, England.
- Death: James Chilton died on December 8, 1620 in at sea.
- Note: James Chilton was born about 1556, probably at Canterbury, Kent, England, the son of Lyonell and Edith Chilton. James married about 1583, and had his first child (Joel) baptized at St. Paul's, Canterbury, Kent, England in August 1584. The name of James Chilton's wife is not found in any records. The long-published claim that she was named Susanna Furner was disposed of by Michael Paulick's research published in 1999 and 2007.
James Chilton and wife had eight children born in Canterbury, Kent, before moving about 1600 to Sandwich, Kent, where he had his last three children baptized. In 1609, his wife (unfortunately called simply "___ Chilton wife of James Chilton," was charged by the Archdeaconry Court with attending the secret burial of a child (they opposed the "popish" burial ceremonies of the Church of England). It was presumably not long before the family left for Holland. In 1619, James Chilton (aged 63) and his oldest daughter Isabella were caught in the middle of an anti-Arminian riot in Leiden, and he was hit in the head with a stone, requiring the services of the town surgeon Jacob Hey.
James, his wife, and his youngest daughter Mary, all came on the Mayflower in 1620. James, at the age of 64, was the oldest person known to have made the Mayflower's voyage. James died on 08 December 1620 onboard the Mayflower, which was then anchored off Provincetown Harbor--one of six passengers to die in the month of December. His wife also died sometime the first winter, but daughter Mary survived.
M, b. circa 1535
- Birth: Lyonell Chilton was born circa 1535.