The passenger list for the Mayflower is available at MayflowerHistory.com. Governor William Bradford handwrote the first list on a manuscript in 1651. The passengers included 103 men, women and children, most of which founded the Plymouth Colony in current-day Massachusetts.
The Leiden congregation made up 37 members of the passenger list. These members traveled to establish their own ideology of Christianity. A minority of the passengers worked as servants to other passengers, including 13 Leiden congregation members. Almost half of the passengers perished during in the first winter in the New World. There were 14 officers on the Mayflower as well as 30 to 50 crewmen.