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Bridget White Robinson was born circa 1579 in Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom to Alexander White (c1545-) and Eleanor Smith (c1545-) and died circa 1643 Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands of unspecified causes. She married John Robinson (1567-1625) 15 February 1604 in St. Mary's Church, Greasley, Nottinghamshire, England, United Kingdom.

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Scrooby Separatists

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Scrooby Separatists were a mixed congregation of early English Protestants / non-conformists founding living in the border region of of South Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire. They were called "Separatists" because of their rebellion against the religious authority of the Church of England, the official state religion. In 1607/8 the Congregation emigrated to Netherlands in search of the freedom to worship as they chose. Shortly after that they were the basis of the group to sail in the Mayflower to the New World.



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Offspring of Rev John Robinson and Bridget White (1579-1643)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Mary Robinson (1596-1655) 18 March 1596 Fairstead, Essex, England, United Kingdom 24 March 1655 Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, United States Thomas Birchard (1595-c1684)
John Robinson (1606-1657)
Bridget Robinson (1608-1670)
Isaac Robinson (1610-1704) 1610 Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands 1704 Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, United States Margaret Hanford (1619-1649) Margaret Hanford (1619-1649) Mrs Mary Robinson
Mercy Robinson (1612-1623) 1612 Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands 1623 Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
Child Robinson (-1618)
Child Robinson (-1621)
Fear Robinson (1616-1670)
James Robinson (1621-1638)

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