Junior Membership

Any person under 18 years of age, but not exceeding 25 years and who is a relative of a member of the Maryland Mayflower Society in good standing may apply for Junior Membership or Junior Life Membership. Upon reaching age eighteen, the Junior Member may submit the same lineage for Regular Membership or Life Membership in the Society. A Junior Member may not vote. A Junior Life Member upon reaching the age of eighteen will automatically become a regular Life Member. Download Junior Membership Application. If you have paid the Membership Dues online Please mail in a copy of your receipt along with your application.

Junior Membership Dues – $50 One-time Fee – Annual Junior members are relatives of Maryland members who are themselves descendants of one of the Pilgrim passengers. Annual junior members are members of the Maryland Society but not of the General Society Plymouth. They cannot vote on matters before the membership. The Maryland Historian has the authority to give final approval to their membership applications. There is a one-time fee of $50 to be a junior member. This fee is due at the time the application is submitted to the Historian. A person may be a junior member until the age of 25. A junior member on attaining the age of 18 may submit an application to become a regular member. This is an initial application and the fees set out above for annual members apply as do the dues.

Junior Life Membership Dues – $100 Filing Fee & $1,500 One Time Dues – Junior Life members are members of the Maryland Society and the General Society. They must be children of Maryland members in good standing.   Their application process and fees are the same as those of regular members who are children 18 and over of regular members ($100). The only difference between junior life members and regular members is that the junior life members may not vote at Society meetings until they are 18 at which time they automatically become regular members (without any further fees or dues)