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Kathy is the 10th great granddaughter of William Mullins. Lives in Massachusetts.
Visited Mullins house in September 2017
Below are photos of her visit and family tree.
Marc is the 11th Great Grandson of William Mullins and daughter Jill is the 12th, it has been verified by the Alden Society.
Photos taken when they visited Mullins house in March 2018
Laura is the 11th great granddaughter of William Mullins, Aaron (on the left) and Grant are the 12th great grandsons . They live in Nebraska.
They visited Mullins house in June 2018
11th generation descendant (left).
I've been told that one of Priscilla & John's descendants married a Loveland (from Thomas Loveland from Norwich, Norfolk mid - 1700s to Glastonbury, Connecticut - - then Wethersfield)
Cheryl and Eric Fricker
Cheryl is the 10th great granddaughter of William Mullins
I descend from Priscilla's daughter Rebecca who married Thomas Delano, their Son Jonathan Delano who married Hannah Doty (of Mayflower passenger Edward Doty), and so on. Rebecca was the youngest I believe of all the children Priscilla and John had.
Sally Elizabeth (Small) Felling
I'm the 12th generation from John and Priscilla.
My great grandmother, Emma Mariah Carr, married Henry Kimball Small (great grandfather) May 17, 1868. They lived and ran a "cottage hotel" in Caribou, Maine which is where my grandfather (Charles Leon Small) was born in 1874. Apparently, the hotel was destroyed by fire and the family decided to move to California. We don't have a date (approx 1880), but know they traveled by train and shipped their household goods "around the horn". They settled in the Riverside area where Henry was a Superintendent of a flour mill. Bedsides running the mill, he actually delivered, on horseback, product to places as far away as Yuma, Arizona. He started learning about and found a "new and improved" wheat seed. He purchased 120 acres in French Valley, Ca and started growing and distributing his own wheat. My grandfather, Charles Leland Small, helped in this endeavor and eventually purchased his own land in Riverside, Ca where he had a Black Walnut orchard plus Persimmons and numerous other fruit trees, including one banana tree...(can't figure out where that came from?!) He married Inez Louisa Loveland in Riverside, Ca (1905). Inez was a credentialed teacher and taught school for a couple of years before marriage. She is also part of a pioneer family that came to America about 10 years after the Mayflower landed and the family was instrumental in settling the town of Loveland, Colorado. I'm hoping to gather more information about that arm of our family. That takes me to Frederick Loveland Small, my father. He was born in Riverside, Ca in 1906. He went to college at Cal Poly Pamona and worked for Standard Oil Co as Head Corrosion Engineer in Avenal, Ca. He was also active in Rotary, Toastmasters and the Presbyterian church. He owned a fishing boat that was anchored in Morro Bay (Ca coast) which meant most of our weekends were spent on the beach or in the boat. It was a wonderful childhood. My mother, Viola sang in the Presbyterian choir and was a homemaker till all 3 children graduated from college. At that point, she started working at the Avenal Hospital in the front office and as a nurse assistant. I feel fortunate to have lived in the small community of Avenal and the environment and era of my life.