Can you trace your ancestry back to Pilgrim William White, who came to Massachusetts in 1620 aboard the Mayflower?
Are you already a member of the General Society of Mayflower Descendants (GSMD)?
Then you are eligible to join The Pilgrim William White Society by filling out this membership application and returning it with your dues to the address listed therein. As a member of The Pilgrim William White Society, you will receive its quarterly newsletter and are cordially invited to participate in the Societys activities.
Since all lineage members of The Pilgrim William White Society
share a common ancestor, your family tree will instantly gain
many more branches as you explore your relationships to other
members. You will undoubtedly discover many distant
cousins--perhaps some in your own hometown--you never knew you
Please direct all lineage inquiries to David Grinnell, Lineage
Research Committee Chairperson, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Pilgrim William White Society has two types of membership.
The first is a lineage membership based upon an established line
of descent from William and Susanna White via either one of
their two sons, Resolved White or Peregrine White. Only lineage
members have voting rights. If you are not already an approved
member of the General Society of Mayflower Descendants, you will
need to submit an application to that organization through one
of its state
chapters. Once you have proved your descent from Pilgrim
William White to the satisfaction of the GSMD, you are ready to
join The Pilgrim William White Society. Please print out and
complete the lineage
membership application, attach a copy of your approved
GSMD application showing your National membership number, and
mail in the fee with your application.
The second type of membership is as a Friend of The Pilgrim William White Society. You may join as a Friend even though you cannot prove a blood relationship to William White. Just as an example, you may belong to a family that is associated with but not descended from William White, such as the extended family of a half-sibling or daughter-in-law. Such families very often lived in the same settlements, migrated west together and occasionally intermarried. Please print out and complete the Friend membership application and submit it along with your fee.
© Copyright 2015, The Pilgrim William White Society. Last revised 11 December 2015.