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Mary Winthrop Gooding

Ancestry of
Mary Winthrop Gooding

Prolific Mayflower Descendant


Who was Mary Winthrop Gooding?

Mary Gooding was a prolific Mayflower descendant. In 1913, Mary was a clerk in the registry of probate at Plymouth, Massachusetts. She sent in her first membership application to join the Mayflower Society in June 1911 documenting a descent from Gov. William Bradford. Just over one year later in August 1912, Mary followed that initial application with the submission of an astounding thirty six supplemental applications documenting additional descents. FamousKin.com has identified an additional four descents bringing the total to forty!

These forty descents are from John Alden (9 lines), Isaac Allerton (1 line), William Bradford (3 lines), William Brewster (4 lines), James Chilton (1 line), Thomas Rogers (3 lines), Henry Samson (3 lines), George Soule (1 line), Myles Standish (5 lines), and Richard Warren (10 lines).


Some of the most recently added connections of famous kin for Mary Winthrop Gooding

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Rainn Wilson

TV and Movie Actor

9th cousin 3 times removed
via John Shaw

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Raquel Welch

Movie Actress

9th cousin 2 times removed
via Richard Warren

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Gary Herbert

17th Governor of Utah

8th cousin 2 times removed
via John Winslow

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Frank G. Allen

51st Governor of Massachusetts

18th cousin 2 times removed
via Bartholomew de Badlesmere

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Frank G. Allen

51st Governor of Massachusetts

20th cousin
via Sir Hugh I de Audley

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Frank G. Allen

51st Governor of Massachusetts

18th cousin 2 times removed
via Sir Maurice de Berkeley

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Frank G. Allen

51st Governor of Massachusetts

16th cousin 2 times removed
via John de Mowbray

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Frank G. Allen

51st Governor of Massachusetts

7th cousin 2 times removed
via Edmund Freeman

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John Forbes Nash, Jr.

“A Beautiful Mind” Mathematician

8th cousin
via Thomas Cushman

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Samuel J. Tilden

25th Governor of New York

5th cousin 4 times removed
via Richard Warren

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Melville Fuller

8th Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court

21st cousin
via John de Lacy

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Melville Fuller

8th Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court

21st cousin
via Sir Gilbert de Clare

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Melville Fuller

8th Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court

18th cousin 1 time removed
via Humphrey de Bohun

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Melville Fuller

8th Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court

15th cousin 1 time removed
via Robert de Ferrers

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Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr.

New York Times Publisher

7th cousin 3 times removed
via Moses Simmons

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Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr.

New York Times Publisher

8th cousin 2 times removed
via John Alden

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Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr.

New York Times Publisher

9th cousin 3 times removed
via William Brewster

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Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr.

New York Times Publisher

9th cousin 3 times removed
via Richard Warren

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Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr.

New York Times Publisher

7th cousin 4 times removed
via Edmund Freeman

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Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr.

New York Times Publisher

8th cousin 3 times removed
via John Winslow

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Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr.

New York Times Publisher

7th cousin 4 times removed
via William Bradford Jr.

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Arthur Gregg Sulzberger

New York Times Publisher

7th cousin 4 times removed
via Moses Simmons

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Arthur Gregg Sulzberger

New York Times Publisher

8th cousin 3 times removed
via John Alden

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Arthur Gregg Sulzberger

New York Times Publisher

9th cousin 4 times removed
via William Brewster

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Arthur Gregg Sulzberger

New York Times Publisher

9th cousin 4 times removed
via Richard Warren

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