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BoatFolks Mailing List
For the discussion and sharing of information regarding the ancestors and descendents of immigrants arriving in the United States prior to 1700. While the list will initially focus on the Mayflower families, all researchers whose ancestors arrived prior to 1700 are welcome. In addition, those who trace their Native American roots back to that time period are welcome ... the Native nations met our boats so it is appropriate that their lines be discussed in connection with the immigrants.
FirstShips Mailing List
For anyone who has an interest in genealogy or history regarding ancestors who came to New England on the first ships, their descendants and those who married into those lines. The first ships include the Mayflower, the Fortune, the Anne, the Little James and certain other early ships that brought passengers associated with those now known as pilgrims.
MAYFLOWER Mailing List
For the discussion and sharing of information regarding the descendants of the Mayflower passengers in any place and at any time. Archives: browse or search.
MayflowerGenealogy Mailing List
For the discussion and sharing of genealogical information by the descendants of the Mayflower families and other interested parties.
NC-MAYFLOWER Mailing List
For the discussion and sharing of information regarding the activities of the NC Mayflower Society, the Society of Mayflower Descendants in the State of North Carolina. Genealogical queries are also acceptable as long as they directly relate to actual Mayflower ancestors and/or their descendants. Archives: browse or search.
RootsWeb: Genealogy Mailing Lists
The majority of genealogy mailing lists are hosted by RootsWeb.com. Messages on RootsWeb lists are archived. The links to RootsWeb here also point you to the archives (browse or search).