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Some Plymouth History

Posted by BryanWB on Sunday, January 31, 2010

Since I live in Devon, England, and about 20 minutes drive from Plymouth, from where the Pilgrim Fathers sailed to America in the ship "Mayflower" in 1620, I thought some members might be interested in looking at this website:

http://www.mayflowersteps.co.uk/

Nothing to do with banjos, except it's close to where I live.



3 comments on “Some Plymouth History”

mainejohn Says:
Sunday, January 31, 2010 @2:33:45 PM

Thanks for sharing the information regarding the site with your New England cousins (and everyone else, for that matter). I read somewhere that 35 million Americans (10% of our population) are directly descended from the hardy pilgrims that arrived on that boat. For whatever reason, the original settlement is called "Plimouth Plantation", but the town in Massachusetts is officially spelled "Plymouth"

BryanWB Says:
Sunday, January 31, 2010 @4:45:26 PM

That's interesting John, and thanks for your feed-back. Best wishes, Bryan.

BryanWB Says:
Thursday, March 18, 2010 @5:49:45 AM

Not much interest there then :(

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