Denise, here is one PEASE-Mayflower connection:
1.4 Sarah, daughter of Robert and Marie Pease; b. about 1642 in Salem, MA; baptizedOct 15, 1643 in the First Church of Salem; m. Oct 22, 1667 in Beverly, MA, John Sampson; b. about 1645 in Duxbury, MA. He was the son of Henry Sampson; bpt. Jan 15, 1604Henlow Parish, England; d. Dec 24, 1684 in Duxbury, and Ann Plummer. They were marriedFeb 06, 1636 in Plymouth, MA. Henry Sampson came to America on the Mayflower, 1620, in the company of his uncle, Edward Tilley. He was too young to sign the famous compact in the cabin of the ship, but was enumerated in the assignment of land in 1623. He was a freeman of the Plymouth Colony in 1637, and a constable in Duxbury 1661. John and Sarah (Pease)Sampson resided in Beverly, MA from 1667 to 1680. John was chosen, Mar 04, 1672 to 1677 to "execute the order about swyne". In 1637, the town voted"that John Sampson shall have that parsell of swamp lying by the place called the Outlett" This place is on Essex Street, about three quarters of a mile from the First Church on the road to Essex. John was also a constable in Beverly from 1676 to 1680. In 1677, he and Sarah received the estate of Richard and Marie (Pease) Haines as they were "ancient and desire to be freed from incumberances of worldly business." And on May 23, 1679, John sold "to my brother-in-law John Pease of Salem" all of his land in Beverly.
18.104.22.168.2 Ebenezer, son of Ebenezer (Robert, John, Robert) and Mindwell (Sexton) Pease; b. Sep 25, 1719 in Enfield, CT; d. Jan 11, 1789 in Enfield; m. Nov 29, 1737 in Enfield, Mary Terry; b. Jan 01, 1724 in Enfield.She was the daughter of Ephraim Terry, a tanner and major in the Militia; b. Oct 24, 1701 in Enfield; d. Oct 14, 1783 in Enfield, and Ann Collins; b. Dec 20, 1702 in Enfield; d. Sep 10, 1778 in Enfield. Ephraim and Ann were married Sep 13, 1723 in Enfield. Ann Collins was the great great granddaughter of Governor William Bradford of Plymouth Colony, who came to America on the Mayflower.
22.214.171.124.3 Jerusha, daughter of Malatiah (Benjamin, David, John) and Hannah (Jenkins)Pease; b. 1737 in Edgartown,MA; d. Oct 1783 from consumption in Edgartown; m. (1) 1754 on Nantucket, Jonathan Bunker; b. Apr 11, 1729 in Edgartown; d. Jan 01, 1779 from consumption in Edgartown. He was the son of Zachariah Bunker; d. Aug 14, 1757 in Nantucket, MA, and his second wife, Desire Gorham; b. Sep 26, 1710; d. Nov 05, 1801 on Nantucket. Desire was the daughter of Shubael Gorham, grandson of John Howland of the Mayflower. Jerusha (Pease-Bunker) m. (2) Jun 09, 1782 in Edgartown, Brotherton Daggett; bpt. Feb 07, 1725 in Edgartown; d. May 13, 1783 from "Het & Scorbut" in Edgartown. He was the son ofBrothertonDaggett, a husbandman; b. about 1686 in Edgartown; d. Mar 05, 1740 in Edgartown, and his cousin, Mrs. Thankful (Daggett) Butler, widow of Zephaniah Butler. She was born Apr 1696 in Edgartown, and married Brotherton Sr. about 1723 in Edgartown. Brotherton Daggett had m. (1) Oct 24, 1751 in Boston by Reverend Samuel Cooper, Mary Tucker; b. 1730; d. age 48.
126.96.36.199.3.2.1 Shubael, son of Abishai (Abishai, Theophilus, Nathaniel, James, John) and Mary Abigail (Raymond) Pease; b. Dec 28, 1786 in Wilton, ME; d. in Norridgewock, ME; m. Apr 23, 1807 in Wilton, ME, Betsey Washburn, a Mayflower descendant; b. Oct 06, 1785 in Hebron, ME; d. Feb 12, 1860 in Norridgewock. She was the daughter of Hosea Washburn; b. Jun 09, 1765 in Middleboro, MA; d. Aug 23, 1817 in Norridgewock, and Hannah Doty; b. Sep 03, 1767 in Nova Scotia; d. Aug 11, 1864 in Avon, ME. Hosea and Hannah were married Dec 30, 1784 in Middleboro. Betsey was the sister of Hannah, who married Charles Pease [188.8.131.52.3.2.3].
There are others.
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