Mullins-William — MayflowerHistory.com
The 1621 will of William Mullins. This is the only surviving will from someone who died the first winter at Plymouth. It was sailed back to England in April 1621 onboard the Mayflower. The will was witnessed by Governor John Carver, Mayflower master Christopher Jones, and ship's surgeon Giles Heale.
John Alden Sr. (1598-1687) - Find A Grave...
One of the charter members of the Plymouth Colony in America, he arrived on the first voyage of the "Mayflower". At the time of the sailing of the vessel in 1620 for America, he was about twenty-one years old. John married fellow Mayflower pilgrim Priscilla Mullins, about 1623.
In 1620, the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Massachusetts. They sought religious freedom instead of commercial profit. They has signed the Mayflower compact before coming ashore. They made an agreement in which they set out guidelines for governing their North American colony. The Indians taught the Pilgrims how to grow corn and helped them survive in the new land.