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Other pages related to Edward Doty and Plymouth Colony:
Pilgrims and Strangers
Pilgrim Ancestral Homes
Pilgrim Town: Marshfield, Massachusetts
Old Winslow Burying Ground
Illustrations from "The Romantic Story of the Pilgrims" - Published 1911
The Mayflower and Plimoth Plantation
Early American Homes
Edward Doty: My Mayflower Ancestor
Miscellaneous Doty Records
My G-Grandfather's Attic - Home
Old New Orleans
Among its first settlers were some of The Mayflower passengers
and others who arrived in New England in the 1620's.
|From the book, "Memorials of Marshfield," published in 1854.
|Home of Peregrine White, the first English child born in America.
He was born while The Mayflower lay at anchor in the harbor at
Cape Cod in November, 1620; postcard ca. 1920.
|Vintage Views of Marshfield, Massachusetts
|Home of famous orator, senator and Secretary of State, Daniel Webster,
ca. 1860's; below, the building that was Daniel Webster's office, ca. 1909.
|Winslow house - above, ca. 1920; below, current photo.
This land was granted to Edward Winslow, who built the first homestead in
Marshfield in the 1630's. Gov. Winslow was a Mayflower passenger and 3
times governor of Plymouth Colony. This home, the 3rd house on the site,
was built in 1699 by Edward's grandson, Isaac Winslow.