Edward Thompson came to Plymouth in 1620 on the Mayflower as a servant to WILLIAM WHITE, and Thompson, White and White's other servant all "died soon after their landing" [ Bradford 442, 445].
On 4 December 1620 "[d]ies Edward Thomson, servant of Mr. White, the first that dies since their arrival" [ Prince 165].
Search Terms: THOMPSON (301), WHITE (321)
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|Thompson White||Pre emption right to land||12||1||Petition||98||Public Lands|
|Thompson White||Pre emption right to land||12||2||Petition||663||Public Lands|