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Two other girls were on the Mayflower under sad circumstances. Ellen More, age 8, and Mary More, age 4, were on the Mayflower because their father did not want them any more: After "father" Samuel More discovered they were not truly his children, he and wife Katherine filed for divorce.
Even though he claimed not to be the father, he won custody of the children, and had them sent off to America against their mother's wishes with the "honest and religious" men, claiming they would have a better life outside of England where they would not suffer the social disgrace of being bastards not born to a married couple.
Perhaps it should not be surprising, then, to discover that the abandoned Ellen and Mary were the only two girls to die the first winter. The oldest girl on the Mayflower was Priscilla Mullins, who was about years old. She came on the Mayflower with her father William Mullins, a shoe and boot dealer, her mother Alice, and her brother Joseph.
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The women and girls remained living on the Mayflower for much of the time while the Colony was being constructed in January, February, and March. The Mayflower departed back for England on April 5, after the terrible first winter was over. The first winter had left most of the girls orphaned. Mary Chilton's father and mother both died. The Allerton girls lost their mother.