Your tour of the Old Slater Mill National Historic Landmark in Pawtucket, RI begins at this floor map, which is gigantic. Just beneath the word "Cumberland" at the top, to the right of the Blackstone River, you will see the word "Ashton," next to a picture representing a mill in that Rhode Island town. On the Doty, Cooke, Alden-Mullins, Brewster, and Warren pages you can see two Mayflower Faces that worked at a cotton spinning mill there in 1880, the two L. Giffords. One of them was also a Rogers descendant. Check this site out in person next time you are in Rhode Island. It is not part of the National Park Service so relies on visitors like me and you. (This was a tour organized by The Order of the First Families of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations. If you are over 18 and had an ancestor in Rhode Island by 1 January 1647/48 you are invited to apply.)
Dr. Maura Mackowski is an Arizona research historian who enjoys the challenge of looking for Mayflower descendants, hers and anyone else's.
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- Fuller, Edward
- Fuller, Samuel
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