•Isaac and Mary (Norris) Allerton, and children Bartholomew, Remember, and Mary
•John and Eleanor Billington, and sons John and Francis.
•William and Dorothy (May) Bradford
•William and Mary Brewster, and children Love and Wrestling
•John and Katherine (White) Carver
•James and Mrs. Chilton, and daughter Mary
•Francis Cooke and son John
•John Crackstone and son John
•Francis and Sarah Eaton, and son Samuel
•Edward and Mrs. Fuller, and son Samuel
•Stephen and Elizabeth (Fisher) Hopkins and children Constance, Giles and Damaris; son Oceanus was born during the voyage.
•Christopher and Mary (Prower) Martin
•Ellen, Jasper, Richard, and Mary More
•William and Alice Mullins and children Priscilla and Joseph
•John and Alice Rigsdale
•Thomas Rogers and son Joseph
•Myles and Rose Standish
•Edward and Agnes (Cooper) Tilley
•John and Joan (Hurst) Tilley and daughter Elizabeth
•Thomas and Mrs. Tinker, and a son
•John Turner, and two sons
•William and Susanna White, and son Resolved (son Peregrine was born shipboard in Provincetown Harbor after arrival).
•Edward and Elizabeth (Barker) Winslow
•Dorothy (John Carver’s maidservant
This is funny! White Bread…
a very common term IMO
You Can’t Call It It classifies these names as, “Mid-Century Modern.” Name Nerds classifies these names as either “Classic Conservative” or “Classic Outmoded.” I call them White Bread names because these names convey the same image to me as the enduring primary colored Wonder Bread packaging.
Seems we made the tail end of the White Bread first names list
Betsey Elaine Martha Joan and Carole
. . . and I’m pretty sure Carole lived with me from summer '78 to spring 79 when she was graduated from Marymount Manhattan College