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    Whereas, the Puritans of the Massachusetts Bay Company and their elected Governor, John Winthrop, emigrated to New England in 1630 to found a “City on a Hill,” the Winthrop Society: Descendants of the Great Migration, is dedicated to honoring and preserving their memory, philosophy and tradition and transmitting their example of courage, strong faith, integrity, and civic duty. The Society is open to all men and women of good character and proven biological descent from one or more passengers of the Winthrop fleet, or of other early settlers of Massachusetts Bay. https://www.winthropsociety.com/index.php Our scope of study is the Massachusetts Bay Colony, and not the Plymouth Colony, already ably handled by the Society of Mayflower Descendants and others. Our goals are: To identify all these settlers (no complete list of them survives), by consulting every source which can be found in the United States and England. To make a bibliography listing all useful books and resources on the history of the the Colony to about the year 1691, and on the early history of Puritanism in England. As means permit, a library will be collected. To locate the origins and family histories in England of the first settlers. To make a genealogical database including all the descendants of these colonists to the fourth generation, the reconstructed biographies and ancestries of the colonists as well as can be established, and lineages to the present day as submitted to us by the membership. To publish our research findings and historical articles at our Web site. Articles and information submitted by Members and all other researchers are welcomed. View full record


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