Home of John and Priscilla Alden.

I am the 14th Generation of grandchildren of John and Priscilla Alden. I am enormously proud of my heritage regarding Thanksgiving. Every year, I cook a turkey remembering that I descend from the original Feasters and one of the original women who cooked and served the meal.

John and Priscilla’s home is very well preserved. It is an established museum tended to by The Alden Kindred.  I and my three brothers bought bricks that lay in the walkway to the barn. They encircle a brick for my Grandmother Sara Kohler Balentine to celebrate her life. She asked me to carry on her genealogical work, so it seemed appropriate to celebrate her work within the walkway of an ancestor so prominent as the Aldens.

The museum home is located at 105 Alden St. Duxbury, MA 02331.

Their website is http://www.alden.org/default.htm

Check out a tour on Utube www.youtube.com/watch?v=FJKaS72K1jY

and also  www.youtube.com/watch?v=kGDii5D60ag

The Alden Website has a complete history but also, also a complete virtual tour of the house gardens and grounds. which is wonderfully done. Enjoy!   http://www.alden.org/Virtual%20Tour/tour.htm

My Lineage to The Aldens.

Generation 15 (Josie, Andrew, Isaac, Aubrey) > Generation 14 (David Jr, Laura, Joshua, Tom Jr, Fay, June) > Generation 13 (Pamela, Paul, Philip, Tommy) > Ruth Laura Balentine, July 8,1939> Sara Kohler, May 20,1920 > Inez Vinton Kohler, June 1, 1889 > Mary Page Allen, Dec. 25, 1861 > John Page Jr, Mar.14, 1834 > John Page Jan. 26, 1820 > Mehitable Newcomb Page, Mar.15, 1789 > Jerusha Adams Newcomb, June 10, 1737 > Micajah Adams Newhall, Mar. 6, 1741 > Captain Ebenezer Adams, Dec. 30, 1704 > Hannah Bass Adams, June 22, 1667 > Ruth Alden Bass > John and Priscilla Alden the Pilgrims of the Mayflower.


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