Friends of the Pilgrims Series©
John Churchill John Faunce Daniel Cole Samuel Ryder
James Cole John Shaw
Early Descendants of Henry Cobb of Barnstable, Massachusetts is the first volume in the FPS series.
Early Descendants of Daniel Cole of Eastham, Massachusetts is the second.
Click on "to order" above for info on ordering these two volumes.
I have undertaken over thirty research trips to New England since 1995, researching all ten families. I have visited cemeteries, court houses, record offices and libraries in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York, Vermont and Nova Scotia.
Friends of the Pilgrims Series
by Susan E. Roser
This page was last updated: November 15, 2013
Vol. 1, Henry Cobb was printed in 2008.
Vol. 2, Daniel Cole was printed in 2010.
Vol. 3, James Cole will be printed in 2014.
Vol. 4, Samuel Ryder has been delayed.
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Cobb, Cole and Ryder descendants (including Mayflower descendants) will welcome the addition of these documented hard cover books onto their book shelves. In fact, anyone who maintains a New England database will want to own each volume in this series. And - ask your local library to order one for their shelves !
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I have been working on this new series of books since 1995, documenting the early generations of ten men who came to Plymouth after the Mayflower, viz:
***VISIT NEW WEBSITE FOR NEW MAYFLOWER BOOK
*** MAY 2011***
Welcome to my website, where you will find information on my upcoming series of books, Friends of the Pilgrims Series (FPS). The series will include the early, documentated genealogies (children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren) of the following Plymouth Colony men: John Barnes, John Churchill, Henry Cobb, Daniel Cole, James Cole, John Doane, John Faunce, John Holmes, Samuel Ryder and John Shaw. Many of their descendants married into Mayflower families.
Full transcripts of wills are given in the first three generations along with biographical data and gravestone pictures. All epitaphs that were found and transcribed are included. Most importantly, these early generations are fully documented.
Check this site regularly for updates on publication dates of future volumes.
Researchers are welcome to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org (note that this is a new address effective March29/09) if they have any questions pertaining to publication dates.