The Pilgrim Isaac Allerton Society Tri-Annual Dinner and Meeting
date will be annouced closer to September 2026.
The meeting will include dinner, a guest speaker and a business meeting
which will include the election of officers for the 2026 - 2029 term.
Cousins & familys, as soon as we annouce our meeting date, mark
your calendars and please plan to attend.
Stay tuned for more meeting details, especially for our
special guest speaker, to be announced.
First Society Meeting
The Society held its Inaugural Meeting and Banquet at the Radisson Hotel, Plymouth,
on September 6, 2014. Special guest speaker was Isaac Allerton, himself! We were very
honored to have Richard Pickering from Plimoth Plantation portraying our ancestor.
The Pilgrim Isaac Allerton Society Tri-Annual Dinner and Meeting was held on
Monday, September 11, 2023 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
at the Hotel 1620 in the Standish Room, Plymouth, MA.
Our special guest speaker was the author and historian Revd. Dr. W. Becket Soule.
Our friend, Becket, spoke about Mary Allerton (1616-1699), the last surviving Mayflower passenger.
Mary witnessed the birth and the death of the Plymouth Colony, and her 1636 marriage
to Thomas Cushman, a passenger on the Fortune (1621), united two of Plymouth’s power
families. Dr. Soule discussed the always fascinating, often inspiring, and occasionally
tragic, stories about Mary, Thomas and the infant Plimoth Plantation.
The Pilgrim Isaac Allerton Society tri-annual dinner and meeting was held on
Wednesday, September 8, 2021 at the Hotel 1620 in Plymouth, MA with the
Pilgrim Hopkins Heritage Society. The brilliant David Furlow shared his
presentation about the new UMass Boston excavations in Plymouth
at Burial Hill and Cole's Hill.
The Pilgrim Isaac Allerton Society held its tri-annual dinner and meeting on
Friday, September 8, 2017 at the Hotel 1620 in Plymouth, MA.
Our member, Dave Russo and archeologist, Craig Chartier showed us the
Allerton artifacts they found near the Kingston area farmhouse owned by
Isaac Allerton, his daughter, Mary and her husband, Thomas Cushman.
Our wonderful speaker was Leo Martin from the Jenney House Museum.