Presented by Sue Allan; Robert Charles Anderson, FASG; Christopher C. Child; Caleb Johnson; Simon Neal
Saturday, September 14, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Courtyard by Marriott Boston Downtown, 275 Tremont Street, Boston, MA
Cost: $125, includes five lectures, breakfast, lunch, and book fair.
Although the story of the Mayflower is 400 years old, new genealogical discoveries are being made about the passengers’ origins, parentage, interrelationships, and descendants. Join preeminent Mayflower scholars—and the researchers behind many of these discoveries—as they share how they uncovered these new findings and how they shed light on our understanding of the Mayflower and its legacy.
9:00 Check-in; refreshments; book sales
9:45 Welcome and introductions
10:00 Puritan Pedigrees: Uncovering the Interconnections of the Great Migration, Robert Charles Anderson
11:00 Uncovering Mayflower Connections Through DNA, Christopher C. Child
12:00 Lunch (provided); time for book sales, etc.
1:00 New Discoveries in Mayflower Origins, Caleb Johnson
2:00 The Importance of Researching the Mayflower Women, Sue Allan
3:30 Avenues for Future Research, Simon Neal
4:30 Break; book sales/signing