In these two volumes are the lineage records of 6,800 members of the National Society of the Sons and Daughters of the Pilgrims, all going straight back to the immigrants of the 17th century. Generation by generation, descent is traced from the earliest immigrant ancestor to the present member of the Society, the sole condition of membership being that the ancestor must have arrived in the colonies between 1620 and 1700. Each of the lineage records contains the names of all ancestors in the direct line of descent, each with dates of birth, marriage, and death. The two volumes include the lineages of all members of the Society from 1909, when it was founded, to 1952. Volume I had an imperfect index, but in 1958 a new index was published, and with the permission of the Society we have included this in our reprint. Since Volume II was published without an index, we have supplied a completely new name index. The two indexes contain tens of thousands of references.