Welcome to the New York Branch, National Society Sons and Daughters of the Pilgrims. We honor the memory of our Pilgrim ancestors who came to this country before 1700 by, among other things:
- Promoting the principles and virtues of the Pilgrims,
- Commemorating principal events in the history of the Pilgrims; and
- Encouraging the study and research of Pilgrim history, especially as it relates to the foundation of civil government on the principles of religious freedom.
The New York Branch has sixty members from across New York State and meets two times a year in New York City and one time per year in central New York State for business, fellowship, and educational programs on colonial history.
To learn more about our National Society and its programs and the requirements for membership, please visit our National Society.
If you have questions about the New York Branch, please send us an email.
Website last updated October 1, 2015.