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Membership Information

Any person able to document their direct descent from one or more of the following Mayflower Pilgrims is eligible to apply for membership in the New Hampshire Mayflower Society*:

John Alden
Isaac Allerton
John Billington
William Bradford
William Brewster
Peter Browne
James Chilton
Francis Cooke
Edward Doty

Francis Eaton
Moses Fletcher
Edward Fuller
Samuel Fuller
Stephen Hopkins

John Howland
Richard More
William Mullins
Degory Priest
Thomas Rogers
Henry Samson
George Soule
Myles Standish
John Tilley
Richard Warren
William White
Edward Winslow

*On January 1, 2010, the General Society of Mayflower Descendants amended its membership rules. In addition to the heads of households listed above, all passengers who have proven descendants are eligible to have claims of descent allowing membership and/or supplemental applications to be filed through them. For more information on this policy, please contact our society historian. The following list of women and children passengers left descendants.

Women passengers on the Mayflower with proven descendants
Mrs. Mary (Norris) Allerton, Mrs. Elinor Billington, Mrs. Mary Brewster, Mrs. James Chilton, Mrs. Sarah Eaton, Mrs. Edward Fuller, Mrs. Elizabeth (Fisher) Hopkins, Mrs. Alice Mullins (not proved to be Priscilla's mother), Mrs. Joan (Hurst) Tilley (widow of Thomas Rogers), Mrs. Susanna White (later became Mrs. Susanna Winslow).

Children on the Mayflower who left descendants
Bartholomew Allerton (had known children, but no one has yet to prove descent), Remember Allerton, Francis Billington, Love Brewster, Mary Chilton, John Cooke, Samuel Eaton, Samuel Fuller, Constance Hopkins, Giles Hopkins, Priscilla Mullins, Joseph Rogers, Elizabeth Tilley, Peregrine White (born on the Mayflower in Provincetown Harbor), Resolve White.

Note: Crew members of the ship are not to be considered passengers. The attribution of the status of "a passenger" has always been reserved for those men and women who remained in Plymouth after the Mayflower returned to England, having completed its purpose of bringing its passengers to their new home. -- Paul S. Bumpus, historian general, GSMD, from the December, 2009 edition of the Mayflower Quarterly.

Entrance fee -  $150 includes first year's dues ($50).  

Types of Membership: (No restriction to place of residence)

Annual membership - 18 years of age or older $50

Life Membership - after acceptance into the Society and payment of entrance fee you are eligible for life membership at the following rates:
$1,200  (Age 35 to 49)
$   800 (Age 50 to 62)
$   400 (63 and Over)

A check payable to the New Hampshire Mayflower Society is due with the Preliminary Application. The entrance fee is non-refundable. A refund of dues can be requested, if application is not approved.

State Junior Members - New Hampshire "State Junior" membership for a relative of a Member is set at a onetime enrollment fee of $30 with no annual dues for ages birth to 18 (no documentation required). At age 18, the individual is eligible to become a Regular Member by submitting an application with documentation and paying the fees and annual dues.  There will be an option to remain a New Hampshire State Junior Member until age 25. At the age of 35 the Member has the option of becoming a Life Member by submitting the proper Life Membership fees.

Members may file Supplemental Lines with a fee of $125 per line filed.