Mary Chilton Net Worth and Wiki

January 1, 2020

Mary Chilton Net Worth

How rich is Mary Chilton? For this question we spent 19 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Actors
Total Net Worth at the moment 2021 year – is about $203,9 Million.



Mary Chilton information Birth date: May 31, 1607, Sandwich, United Kingdom Death date: 1679, Boston, Massachusetts, United States Profession:Actress, Miscellaneous Crew

Height, Weight

:How tall is Mary Chilton – 1,80m.
How much weight is Mary Chilton – 77kg


Mary Chilton Net Worth
Mary Chilton Net Worth
Mary Chilton Net Worth
Mary Chilton Net Worth


Mary Chilton (1607—ca. April 1679) was a Pilgrim and purportedly the first European woman to step ashore at Plymouth, Massachusetts.
Biography,Mary Chilton was baptized on May 31, 1607 in Sandwich, Kent, England and was the daughter of the Mayflower passenger, James Chilton. Mary Chiltons mothers name has been listed as Susannah, possibly Furner in many places. She is listed by William Bradford as Mrs. Chilton or James Chiltons wife. He may have never known her given name. At the age of thirteen, Mary Chilton accompanied her parents on the voyage to Plymouth. Her father, age sixty-four, was the oldest passenger on the Mayflower.Her father died on December 18, 1620 and her mother died six weeks later on January 21, 1621, both shortly after arriving at Plymouth Rock, both of the first infection of the disease reportedly by Governor William Bradford in 1650. Once orphaned, she may have become the ward of Myles Standish or John Alden. Chilton was given three shares in the land division of 1623, one for herself and one each for her deceased parents. Her property was situated between those of Standish and John Howland.She was one of eleven minor girls on the Mayflower, nine of whom survived the first year at Plymouth Rock and would have been present at the time of the famous First Thanksgiving in 1621. In contrast, only four of the 14 adult women survived the first year.She married John Winslow (possibly on October 12, 1624) and thus became the sister-in-law of Mayflower passenger Edward Winslow. They had ten children: John, Susannah, Mary, Edward, Sarah, Samuel, Joseph, Isaac, an unnamed child who probably died in infancy, and Benjamin. All but Benjamin married, and Benjamins birth is the only one listed in the records of Plymouth colony.The family moved to Boston some time after the birth of Benjamin in 1653. There John Winslow is said to have prospered as a merchant.She made out a will on July 31, 1676 (one of two female passengers from the Mayflower who did so, Elizabeth Tilley being the other) and died before May 1, 1679 in Boston.


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