John Billington (the younger)

John Billington was about sixteen years old when he came on the Mayflower with his parents John and Eleanor Billington and his brother Francis.  In May 1621, he wandered off and got lost in the woods, and was later found and escorted by the Nauset out to Cape Cod, where he was held until a party of men from Plymouth set out on an expedition to recover him.  They arrived to find him well, and behung with beads.  John Billington, the younger, is enumerated in the 1627 Division of Land, but had died prior to his father's execution in September 1630.