Pilgrim James Chilton1

M, #18884, b. circa 1556, d. circa 8 December 1620
Father*Lionel Chilton1
Mother*Mrs (?) (?) Chilton

Names and TItles

Titled: Pilgrim in 1620.
     Pilgrim James Chilton was born circa 1556 in Canterbury, Kent, England.1 He was the son of Lionel Chilton and Mrs (?) (?) Chilton.1 Pilgrim James Chilton married Pilgam Susanna Furner(?), daughter of Thomas Furner and Isabella (?).1,2 Pilgrim James Chilton died circa 8 December 1620 at on Mayflower, Cape Code Harbor, New Plymouth Colony.1
     He became the father of James Chilton on 22 August 1596.2 James's daughter was married at wedding of Isabella Chilton and Roger Chandler on 21 July 1615 in Leydon, Holland.3 Pilgrim James Chilton and Pilgam Susanna Furner(?) emmigrated with Pilgrim Mary Chilton in 1620 from in Leyden, Holland, on the Ship 'Mayflower'; Died in route.4 Pilgrim James Chilton and Pilgam Susanna Furner(?) immigrated with Pilgrim Mary Chilton in November 1620 to in New Plymouth Colony, on the Ship 'Mayflower'; Died in route.


     Pilgrim James Chilton is mentioned in The Great Migration Begins under Pilgrim James Chilton.2 He is mentioned in The Great Migration Begins under John Winslow.2


Pilgam Susanna Furner(?) d. after 11 January 1621
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  1. [S132] Mayflower Passengers (on the Complete Mayflower Descendant CD), CD-ROM (n.p.: Broderbund Software). Hereinafter cited as Mayflower Passengers.
  2. [S142] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins, Immigrants to New England 1620-1633, Vol I-III, CD-ROM (n.p.: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2000). Hereinafter cited as The Great Migration Begins.
  3. [S141] Algernon A. Aspinwall, "Grandchildren of the Passengers on the Mayflower," NGS Quarterly, Vol 4, No 3 (Oct 1915): Vol 4, pg 54. Hereinafter cited as "Mayflower Grandchildren."
  4. [S130] Caleb Johnson's Mayflower Web Pages, online http://members.aol.com/calebj/, contingents.html. Hereinafter cited as Mayflower Web Pages.