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  • 1597, orphaned at seven years old in Yorkshire, England
  • 1608, the Separatist church he belongs to in Scrooby, faces persecution by the English government and Church of England, and they migrate to the Netherlands
  • 1620, in Leiden, Holland, his church now harassed, at 30 years old, he sells his house and leaves with some of them to start an English colony in America as Pilgrims, but his wife Dorothy falls from the Mayflower ship and drowns
  • 1621 survived winter unlike half the colonists, and is chosen and remains governor for nearly the rest of his life

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