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Saints, Strangers and Rosehip Tea

By: Toni Kief

In every major event in history, women were there too. Susanna Jackson was just a girl from Scrooby Manor. Her father’s involvement in the Separatist movement started Susanna’s journey to Amsterdam, the Mayflower, and finally settling in Plymouth, Massachusetts, 402 years ago. A founding mother is rediscovered.

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Women's stories are often lost to history.

Susanna Jackson was just a girl from Scrooby, in north Nottinghamshire, England. Her home was located on the Great Road between London and Scotland. Susanna’s father, Richard Jackson, became involved in the Separatist Protestant movement. His faith and commitment molded Susanna’s path to Amsterdam and then, the Mayflower, and finally Plymouth, Massachusetts the new world..

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