Lucretia Oldham 
- Born: Bef 14 Jan 1599/00, Derby, Derbyshire, England
- Christened: 14 Jan 1599/00, All Saint's, Derby, Derbyshire, England
- Marriage: Johnathan Brewster  on 10 Apr 1624 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts
- Died: 4 Mar 1677/78, New London, New London County, Connecticut, American Colonies
- Buried: Brewster's Neck Cemetary, New London, Connecticut, American Colonies
Anne & Little James Passengers
Anthony Annable: He moved to Scituate with his family and later Barnstable. Jane (wife) Sarah (daughter) Hannah (daughter)
Edward Bangs: He married fellow passenger Lydia Hickes circa 1633 and moved to Eastham.
Robert Bartlett: He married fellow passenger Mary Warren circa 1628 and remained in Plymouth.
Fear Brewster: She came with her sister to join their parents and brothers. She married Mayflower passenger Isaac Allerton as his second wife.
Patience Brewster: She came with her sister to join their parents and brothers. She married Fortune passenger Thomas Prence.
Mary Buckett: She married Mayflower passenger George Soule.
Thomas Clarke: He spent most of his life in Plymouth, although he lived for a time in Boston and in Barnstable.
Christopher Conant: He left Plymouth between 1623 and 1627, possibly joining his brother Roger at Nantasket.
Hester Cooke: She joined her husband and son, both Mayflower passengers. Jane (daughter) She married Experience Mitchell ca 1628. Jacob (son) Mary (daughter)
Anthony Dix: He left Plymouth between 1623 and 1627, living first at Cape Ann and then Salem.
John Faunce: He stayed in Plymouth, marrying fellow passenger Patience Morton circa 1633.
Mrs. Flavell: She joined her husband, Fortune passenger Thomas Flavell, and their son. The family leaves Plymouth between 1623 and 1627, possibly returning to England.
Edmund Flood: He left Plymouth between 1623 and 1627.
Bridget Fuller: She joined Mayflower passengers her husband, Samuel Fuller, and their son.
Godbert Godbertson: He was originally from "Oostland" the area around what is now Danzig, Poland, and had been a member of the Leiden church. Sarah (wife) She was formerly the wife of Mayflower passenger Digory Priest, who died during the winter of 1620/1. Marrah Priest (her daughter) Sarah Priest (her daughter) Samuel (son)
Timothy Hatherly: One of the London merchants who invested in Plymouth Colony, he made a number of trips between New England and England, until settling in Scituate in 1634.
William Heard: He left Plymouth between 1623 and 1627.
Margaret Hickes: She and her children joined husband Fortune passenger Robert Hickes. Lydia (daughter): She married fellow passenger Edward Banges. Phoebe (daughter) Samuel (son) Ephraim (son)
Mrs. Hilton: She and children joined her husband, Fortune passenger William Hilton, but left before 1627. William (son) Mary (daughter)
Edward Holman: He stayed and married in Plymouth.
John Jenney: A member of the Leiden Separatist congregation, Jenney was also part owner of the Little James. He and his family continued in Plymouth. Sarah (wife) Samuel (son) Abigail (daughter) Sarah (daughter)
Manasses Kempton: He married George Morton's widow, Juliana, and remained in Plymouth.
Robert Long: He died or left the colony between 1623 and 1627.
Experience Mitchell: He married fellow passenger Jane Cooke and moved first to Duxbury and later Bridgewater.
George Morton: He died in June, 1624. His widow married Manasses Kempton. Julianna (wife) Patience (daughter) Nathaniel (son) John (son) Sarah (daughter) Ephraim (son)
Thomas Morton Jr.: He was probably the son of Fortune passenger Thomas Morton.
Ellen Newton: She married Fortune passenger John Adams.
John Oldham: He got into trouble in Plymouth and eventually left for Cape Ann. he may have come with a wife and children, but the make-up of his household is unknown.
Lucretia Oldham (sister): She married Fortune passenger Jonathan Brewster.
Frances Palmer: She joined Fortune passengers her husband William Palmer and son.
Christian Penn: She married Mayflower passenger Francis Eaton as his third wife.
Joshua Pratt: He married about 1630 and remained in Plymouth. His brother Phineas, passenger on the Sparrow (1622) to Wessaguset, also moved to Plymouth.
James Rand: He left the colony between 1623 and 1627.
Robert Ratcliffe: He and his wife left the colony between 1623 and 1627. Mrs. Ratcliffe (wife)
Nicholas Snow: He married Mayflower passenger Constance Hopkins, and moved to Eastham.
Alice Southworth: She married Mayflower passenger William Bradford as his second wife soon after her arrival.
Francis Sprague: He moved to Duxbury from Plymouth. Opinion is divided whether Anna was his wife or his daughter. Anna (?) Mercy (daughter)
Barbara _____ : She married to Myles Standish as his second wife shortly after her arrival.
Thomas Tilden: He and his family left the colony between 1623 and 1627. Mrs. Tilden (wife) _____ (child)
Stephen Tracy: His wife and child came over in 1625. He was a member of the Leiden Separatist congregation and eventually returned to England.
Edward Vircher: The last name is also given as Burcher. The couple were passengers aboard the Little James, and left the colony between 1623 and 1627, possibly returning to England. Mrs. Vircher (wife)
Ralph Wallen: He stayed in Plymouth. Joyce (wife)
Elizabeth Warren: She joined her husband Mayflower passenger Richard Warren. Mary (daughter) She married by 1629 fellow passenger Robert Bartlett. Anna (daughter) Sarah (daughter) Elizabeth (daughter) Abigail (daugher)
Most say she was buried in Preston, but Preston was not incorporated until 1687, she may have been in the area that became Preston, as she was buried in Brewster's Neck Cemetery that is now ,1 miles from Preston..
Lucretia married Johnathan Brewster  [MRIN: 551617964], son of Elder William Brewster  [9HK1-QXD] and Mary Love Wentworth  [KNSL-WKS], on 10 Apr 1624 in Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts. (Johnathan Brewster  was born on 12 Aug 1593 in Scrooby, Nottinghamshire, England, died on 7 Aug 1659 in New London, Connecticut, American Colonies and was buried in Brewster's Neck Cemetary, New London, Connecticut, American Colonies.)
Plymouth County did not exist in 1624 in the state of Massachusetts. It was not founded until 1685.