All Known Probates/Wills of Mayflower  Passengers

The 1621 will of William Mullins: the only surviving will from someone who died the first winter at Plymouth.  It is signed by Governor John Carver, Mayflower master Christopher Jones, and Mayflower surgeon Giles Heale.  It was sailed back to England in April 1621 onboard the Mayflower and was probated in Mullins home parish of Dorking, co. Surrey, administered by his adult daughter Sarah (Mullins) Blunden, who was still living in Dorking.

The 1621 will of William Mullins: the only surviving will from someone who died the first winter at Plymouth.  It is signed by Governor John Carver, Mayflower master Christopher Jones, and Mayflower surgeon Giles Heale.  It was sailed back to England in April 1621 onboard the Mayflower and was probated in Mullins home parish of Dorking, co. Surrey, administered by his adult daughter Sarah (Mullins) Blunden, who was still living in Dorking.