The Mayflower And Her Log, Complete, By Azel Ames


























































































































































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     a young foster-son or kinsman of Martin, as seems most likely, then
     Martin's signature was sufficient, as in - Page 170
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If A Young Foster-Son Or Kinsman Of Martin, As Seems Most Likely, Then Martin's Signature Was Sufficient, As In The Cases Of Fathers For Their Sons; If Really A "Ser Vant" Then Too Young (Like Latham And Hooke) To Be Called Upon, As Were Dotey And Leister.

John Langemore; there is nothing (save the errors of Dr. Young) to indicate that he was other than a "servant."

Richard Warren was probably from Kent or Essex. Surprisingly little is known of his antecedents, former occupation, etc.

William Mullens and his family were, as shown, from Dorking in Surrey, and their home was therefore close to London, whence they sailed, beyond doubt, in the MAY-FLOWER. The discovery at Somerset House, London, by Mr. Henry F. Waters, of Salem, Massachusetts; of what is evidently the nuncupative will of William Mullens, proves an important one in many particulars, only one of which need be referred to in this connection, but all of which will receive due consideration. It conclusively shows Mr. Mullens not to have been of the Leyden congregation, as has sometimes been claimed, but that he was a well-to-do tradesman of Dorking in Surrey, adjacent to London. It renders it certain, too, that he had been some time resident there, and had both a married daughter and a son (William), doubtless living there, which effectually overthrows the "imaginary history" of Baird, and of that pretty story, "Standish of Standish," whereby the Mullens (or Molines) family are given French (Huguenot) antecedents and the daughter is endowed with numerous airs, graces, and accomplishments, professedly French.

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