Wrestling Brewster

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Wrestling Brewster
Bornca. 1614
Diedca. 1627 and 1644
ResidencePlymouth Colony
NationalityBritish (Subject of King James I of England)
Known forMayflower passenger (1620)
Parent(s)William Brewster
Mary Brewster
RelativesJonathan (brother), Patience (sister), Fear (sister), (unnamed child who died young), Love (brother)

Wrestling Brewster (ca. 1614 - ?) was a passenger on the ship Mayflower in 1620 when it sailed from England to North America. He was born in Leiden, The Netherlands about 1614 to William and Mary Brewster. He was alive during the 1627 Division of Cattle at Plymouth, and was listed in his father's household at that time. He is not mentioned again in any record, or in his father's will of 1644, or in the inventory of his father's estate. He did not marry. It is probable that he died some time between 1627 and 1644.[1]

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