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Rev. Thomas CushmanAge: 83 years16081691

Name
Rev. Thomas Cushman
Name prefix
Rev.
Given names
Thomas
Surname
Cushman
Birth February 9, 1608
MarriageMary AllertonView this family
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Birth of a son
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Eleazer Cushman
February 20, 1656 (Age 48 years)
Birth of a grandson
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James Cushman
1690 (Age 81 years)
Fact
Passager du Fortune

Death December 10, 1691 (Age 83 years)
Family with Mary Allerton - View this family
himself
Rev. Thomas Cushman
Birth: February 9, 1608Canterbury, Kent, England
Death: December 10, 1691Plymouth, Comté de Plymouth, Massachusetts, États-Unis
wife
Mary Allerton
Birth: June 1616 30 26Leiden, Hollande-Méridionale, Pays-Bas
Death: November 28, 1699Plymouth, Comté de Plymouth, Massachusetts, États-Unis
Marriage:
son
Eleazer Cushman
Birth: February 20, 1656 48 39Plymouth, Comté de Plymouth, Massachusetts, États-Unis
Death: October 14, 1723Plymouth, Comté de Plymouth, Massachusetts, États-Unis

Note
Immigrated with his father to Plymouth Colony on the ship "Fortune" on November 9, 1621. Son of Deacon Robert Cushman and Sara Reder. He was elected to be the Ruling Elder, First Church of Plymouth Colony. He was the husband of Mary Allerton, who was the last surviving Mayflower passenger. Father of Thomas Cushman, Jr., Sarah, Martha, Isaac, Elkanah, Feare, Eleazer and Lydia Cushman. CUSHMAN MEMORIAL This is a granite column, twenty-five feet high, and it is by far the most conspicuous monument on the hill. It reads: ROBERT CUSHMAN, Fellow exile with the Pilgrims in Holland, Afterwards their chief agent in England, Arrived here IX November, MDCXXI, With Thomas Cushman his son: Preached IX-. December, His memorable sermon on "the Danger of self-love And the sweetness of true friendship:" Returned to England XIII December, To vindicate tho enterprise of Christian emigration; And there remained in the service of the Colony Till MDCXXV, When, having prepared to make Plymouth His permanent home. West side: -- He died, lamented by the forefathers as "their ancient friend, - who was as their right hand with their friends the adventurers, and for divers years had done and agitated all their business with them to their great advantage." "And you, my loving friends, the adventurers to this plantation, as your care has been first to settle religion here before either profit or popularity, so, I play you, go on. -- I rejoice -- that you thus honor God with your riches, and I trust you shall be repaid again double and treble in this world, yea, and the memory of this action shall never die." DEDICATION OF THE SERMON. South side: -- THOMAS CUSHMAN. Son of Robert, died X December, MDCXCI, Aged neatly LXXXIV years. For more than XLII years he was Ruling Elder oú the First Church in Plymouth, By whom a tablet was placed to mark his grave on this spot, Now consecrated anew by a more enduring memorial. MARY, widow of Elder Cushman, and daughter of Isaac Allerton, Died XXVIII November, MDCXCIX, aged about XC years, The last survivor of the first comers in the Mayflower. East side: Erected by The descendants of Robert Cushman In memory of their Pilgrim Ancestors, XVI September, MDCCCLVIII. Source: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/12498413/thomas-cushman
Note
Immigrated with his father to Plymouth Colony on the ship "Fortune" on November 9, 1621. Son of Deacon Robert Cushman and Sara Reder. He was elected to be the Ruling Elder, First Church of Plymouth Colony. He was the husband of Mary Allerton, who was the last surviving Mayflower passenger. Father of Thomas Cushman, Jr., Sarah, Martha, Isaac, Elkanah, Feare, Eleazer and Lydia Cushman. CUSHMAN MEMORIAL This is a granite column, twenty-five feet high, and it is by far the most conspicuous monument on the hill. It reads: ROBERT CUSHMAN, Fellow exile with the Pilgrims in Holland, Afterwards their chief agent in England, Arrived here IX November, MDCXXI, With Thomas Cushman his son: Preached IX-. December, His memorable sermon on "the Danger of self-love And the sweetness of true friendship:" Returned to England XIII December, To vindicate tho enterprise of Christian emigration; And there remained in the service of the Colony Till MDCXXV, When, having prepared to make Plymouth His permanent home. West side: -- He died, lamented by the forefathers as "their ancient friend, - who was as their right hand with their friends the adventurers, and for divers years had done and agitated all their business with them to their great advantage." "And you, my loving friends, the adventurers to this plantation, as your care has been first to settle religion here before either profit or popularity, so, I play you, go on. -- I rejoice -- that you thus honor God with your riches, and I trust you shall be repaid again double and treble in this world, yea, and the memory of this action shall never die." DEDICATION OF THE SERMON. South side: -- THOMAS CUSHMAN. Son of Robert, died X December, MDCXCI, Aged neatly LXXXIV years. For more than XLII years he was Ruling Elder oú the First Church in Plymouth, By whom a tablet was placed to mark his grave on this spot, Now consecrated anew by a more enduring memorial. MARY, widow of Elder Cushman, and daughter of Isaac Allerton, Died XXVIII November, MDCXCIX, aged about XC years, The last survivor of the first comers in the Mayflower. East side: Erected by The descendants of Robert Cushman In memory of their Pilgrim Ancestors, XVI September, MDCCCLVIII. Source: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/12498413/thomas-cushman