What's Your Pilgrim Story?
We're getting ready to celebrate Thanksgiving, and what better way is there to do that than to discover your very own Pilgrim archetype? Go ahead and find out your Pilgrim name, where you hailed from, your pilgrim fun fact, and how you bit the dust (RIP) below. And don't blame us if some of them sound wacky—the options were taken from the actual Mayflower records! Blame history!
First Name (Based on the first letter of your first name):
Last Name (The first letter of your secret crush's first name):
Of _____ (How many nicknames you have):
2. Fenstanton, Huntingdonshire.
3. Great Burstead, Essex.
4. Shipton, Shropshire.
5. Austerfield, Yorkshire.
6. Scrooby, Nottinghamshire.
7. Dorking, Surrey.
Fun Fact (Favorite hot dog condiment):
Ketchup: Hired to "go master of a shallop."
Mustard: The illegitimate child of Jacob Blakeway and Katherine, wife of Samuel More.
Relish: Among the signers of the Mayflower Compact.
Pickles: Servant of William Mullens.
Onions: Governor at Plymouth.
Chili: Seaman on the Mayflower.
Potato Salad: Baptised St. Peters's, Sandwich.
Bacon: Not in the Cattle division of that year.
How you die (Favorite Disney character):
Donald Duck: Died during the first sickness.
Captain Hook: Died as "they drew near the coast."
Mickey Mouse: Died during the first winter.
Nemo: Accidentally drowned at Cape Cod Harbor.
Ursula: Died at sea.
Alice: Returned into England and “dyed ther."
Mulan: Died at New Haven, Connecticut.
The Little Mermaid: Went to England, and from there to the Bahamas, where you and others starved.
Aladdin: One of seven men who died soon after their arrival in the general sickness.
So, what's your story?