I ran across this site and clicked on the link to their research collection to see what sort of records they had. It mentioned photos, so I clicked on that and it took me to their flickr page. You cannot download their photos but you can certainly look at them. Most are of old houses in Duxbury and most of the people there are unidentified but some have names. Duxbury is next door to Plymouth so I figured some of the people in the photos might be related to more than one pilgrim. I figured correctly. One example are the photos of Ziba Hunt and his wife Diane/Diana, whose maiden name turned out to be Chandler. Between the two of them they are Alden-Mullins, Standish, Doty, Samson, Cooke, and Soule descendants, probably more. This was just a cursory look. (Ziba's birth in 1802 and marriage to Diana are in the Samson silver book, Part 3.) I added the Duxbury Rural & Historical Society to the Links page here; feel free to browse and look for ancestors.
The author is an Arizona research historian who enjoys the challenge of looking for Mayflower descendants, hers and anyone else's.
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