Hi Wilson. It is fun to find something, whether or not of the surnames one is researching, and sharing that information with others. I knew it would help someones family. This is one ofthe most interesting books I have, ie. "Southampton in 1620 and the Mayflower."
For anyone who does have ancestors, or think they may have ancestors from Southampton around 1600-1625 or so, this book should be a must for their library. I'm not selling this book, nor get any proceeds from it, but I feel it is such a valuable piece of genealogical history of many of our ancestors.
I purchased this book some years ago and can not remember what it cost me. I do know it was very inexpensive for what you get. If anyone wishes to purchase this book, I also recomment the "map" that goes along with it. The map is of the Walled town, the streets, Parishes within, and the town which is marked off in "Lots, with numbers that correspond with the Lot numbers in the book."
SOuthampton in 1620 and the Mayflower, Southampton City Record Office, Held in the Maritime Museum, Southampton, July-September 1970.
Awhile back it was five shillings for the book. The map is poster size. I have mine framed on the wall. I reached the Southampton City Records Office via Internet. I had to go to another website to find the convertion rate between dollar and pounds, and send them the equilviant. They are such wonderful people to deal with.
Best of luck and success to all family researchers. Howard