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"Fortune" by Jeremy Bangs, 2020; all rights reserved.  Used with permission.
After the Mayflower: A Struggling Colony Expands, 1621-1623
After Mayflower's departure in 1621, Plymouth saw the arrival of several ships with passengers coming to join struggling Colony. Explore more of this story with Pilgrim historian and author The Revd. Dr. W. Becket Soule as he tells the always fascinating, often inspiring, and occasionally tragic histories of these four vessels and the people who embarked in them. From the group of young men who arrived without food or provisions in 1621 to others ships that reunited families and brought sweethearts, Revd. Soule will share what happened after the Mayflower’s captain and crew sailed back to England in the spring of 1621 and how the four follow-on ships each brought distinctive change to the infant Plimoth Plantation.

The Revd. Dr. W. Becket Soule is a scholar, professor, and priest, currently serving as the pastor of St. Margaret of Scotland Catholic Church in North Carolina. A descendant of several Pilgrim families, Becket is on the board of numerous Mayflower groups and is an editor for the Mayflower Silver Book series.

Mar 31, 2023 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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The Revd. Dr. W. Becket Soule
@Pastor, St. Margaret of Scotland Catholic Church, Maggie Valley, NC
Becket Soule is a graduate of Davidson College, the Episcopal Divinity School, the University of Dallas, and Harvard University, and holds the certificate in Genealogical Research from Boston University. Becket has taught at Catholic University of America, the Dominican House of Studies (Washington, DC), the Pontifical College Josephinum (Columbus, OH), and Oxford University, and retired as Professor of Canon Law at St Paul University in Ottawa, Ontario (Canada). He has been visiting lecturer and fellow at other institutions of higher studies in the United States, Great Britain, and the Ukraine; Becket has also served Anglican and Catholic parishes in Texas, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and England. A Mayflower descendant through George Soule, as well as from Bradford, Alden, Allerton, Eaton, Fuller, Howland, and Warren, Becket serves on the boards of several Mayflower organizations.