Picture of the Plimouth Patuxet Village

View of the Plimoth Patuxet, a 17th-Century English Village, located in Plymouth, MA,
formally known as the Plimoth Plantation.



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The Official Website for the Pilgrim Henry Samson Kindred



The PHSK has a close connection to the historical St. Marys Church in Henlow, England,
where Henry Samson was a member.
We are having a special fundraiser for this Historic Church, we need you help. For details: Click Here


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Welcome, we are known as the Pilgrim Henry Samson Kindred (PHSK).
The Kindred is a Family Society of the General Society Of Mayflower Descendants.

This Website provides information about Pilgrim Henry Samson of Henlow, Bedfordshire, England, who arrived in Plymouth as a 16 year old on the ship "Mayflower" in 1620. The website includes information about his wife, their ancestors, and their descendants, their biographical history, other sites associated with this family, their artifacts when discovered, memorials dedicated to them, and reports of the activities of the Henry Samson Kindred.
The website also provides information about Abraham Sampson, a cousin of Henry Samson, who was in Duxbury as early as 4 December 1638, and includes information about Abraham's wives, their descendants, and ancestors.
There is a Genealogy section where one can research a lineage to Henry Samson or Abraham Sampson.
On the Membership Page, PHSK members may renew their membership, and prospective members can view and download the membership application.
There is a Members Section where some Kindred information is available only to current Members.

The Pilgrim Henry Samson Kindred greatly appreciates your support and donation of any amount.