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John Alden, a citizen of Southampton, England came to America with the Pilgrims in 1620. William Molines (Mullins) and Alice, his wife, and their daughter, Priscilla, came also on the Mayflower. Out of 103 souls who actually arrived in New England, 48 died during the first year. William Molines and his wife were among that number.
In 1621, John Alden married their orphan daughter, Priscilla, at Plymouth, Massachusetts.

....written by Helen Palmer Alden, at the age of 81, in 1927 (The excerpt above comes from a book about the Alden and Palmer families written by my great-grandmother.)

So began the Alden family in America.


My name is Susan Smith Emert and I am researching the descendants of John Alden of Plymouth and Duxbury, Massachusetts; Walter Palmer of Charlestown, Massachusetts and Stonington, Connecticut; and Daniel Morrison of Newbury, Massachusetts. I am also looking for the ancestors of David William Scott of Port Rowan, Ontario, Canada. My husband, Andy, is researching the descendants of Johan Philip Emert of Leipzig, Germany and Berks, Pennsylvania, and Wesley Newton of Buckingham, Virginia. He is also looking for information about the ancestors of John O'Bryant of Buckingham, Virginia.

Susan S Emert

semert@adelphia.net

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