Spring Anniversary meetings are held in Tulsa, near the anniversary of our State Society's first meeting.
Fall Compact meetings are held in Oklahoma City, near the anniversary of the Mayflower's arrival in New England.
NEXT MEETING: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2023
Registration forms are included in the Mayflower Messenger newsletter.
Quail Creek Golf & Country Club, 3501 Quail Creek Rd, Oklahoma City, OK 73120
9:30 Board Meeting
10:30 General Meeting
April 22, 2023: Tulsa Country Club. Speaker Cherie Lawson, former Oklahoma Society Governor,
presented "Reverend John Robinson."
November 5, 2022: Quail Creek Country Club, Oklahoma City. Speaker Bonnie Wade Mucia, Director of the Silver Books Project , forensic genealogist, and Chair of the Mayflower DNA Project, presented "History of The Silver Books Project."
April 2, 2022: Tulsa Country Club. Speaker Norma Hughes, Deputy Governor, presented "The Oklahoma Society's 75th Anniversary."
November 20, 2021: Quail Creek Country Club, Oklahoma City. Speaker Ky W. White presented "Personalized Ancestry Charts: Descent from Medieval Nobility or American Founders."
May 1, 2021: Tulsa Country Club, Tulsa. Honored speaker Governor General Jane Hurt presented news from the General Society.
November 21, 2020: Castle Falls Restaurant, Oklahoma City. Speaker Dr. Patricia Cook presented "Herbs and Spices in the Pilgrim Kitchen."
Meeting canceled due to Covid-19.
November 16, 2019: Gaylord University Center at Oklahoma Christian University, Oklahoma City. Speaker Tim Meltabarger presented "Memories of the Bill of Rights Tour."
April 13, 2019: Forrest Ridge Country Club, Broken Arrow. Speaker Cherie Lawson presented "Archiving Pictures and Keeping Your Heritage."
November 17, 2018: Gaylord University Center at Oklahoma Christian University, Oklahoma City. Speaker Dr. James Battles presented "Rembrandt's De Nachwacht and the Arms and Armor of the Pilgrims."
March 24, 2018: The Oaks Country Club, Tulsa. Speaker Mike Terry presented "Mayflower Society: Genealogy & Genetics," an overview of the Mayflower DNA Project.
November 18, 2017: The Greens Country Club, Oklahoma City. Speakers Dr. Pam Hill and Cherie reported on the 2017 Triennial Congress and the upcoming 2020 Celebration of the Mayflower Voyage 400th Anniversary.
April 1, 2017: The Oaks Country Club, Tulsa. Speaker Samuel Negus presented "Sagebrush to 2016," a thumbnail sketch of Oklahoma history.
November 19, 2016: The Greens Country Club, Oklahoma City. Speaker John Waldron presented "The Elizabethan Reformation and the religious motivations for the Puritan migration."
March 19, 2015: The Oaks Country Club, Tulsa. Speaker Lea Sinclair Filson, Governor General, presented "Progress of the General Society of Mayflower Descendants: What that means to you and why this is a really exciting time to be a member!"
November 14, 2015: The Greens Country Club, Oklahoma City. Speaker La Nell Shores presented “Witchcraft in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries."
March 28, 2015: The Oaks Country Club, Tulsa. Speaker Alan Jarvis presented “From Sagebrush to Statehood,” a narrative chronicling Oklahoma’s path from Indian Territory to statehood, accompanied by art from Tulsa's Gilcrease Museum.
November 22, 2014: The Greens Country Club, Oklahoma City. Speaker Craig Clemons presented “The Wisdom of the West: a glimpse of America’s Western Heritage” with storytelling, live music, and art images.
April 5, 2014: The Oaks Country Club, Tulsa. Speaker Dr. Paul Vickery presented "Father of our Country."
November 9, 2013: The Greens Golf and Country Club, Oklahoma City. Speaker Wade Burleson presented "On the Verge of Insanity: Abraham Lincoln, John Wilkes Booth, Boston Corbett, and the Oklahoma Connection."
April 13, 2013: The Oaks Golf and Country Club, Tulsa. Speaker Barbara Herndon presented "The Ark and The Dove."
November 17, 2012: Quail Creek Golf and Country Club, Oklahoma City. Historical reenactor Barbara Byrd portrayed "1894 Mail Order Bride from Ponca City."
March 31, 2012: The Oaks Golf and Country Club, Tulsa. Speaker Jay Hannah presented ”The North America of 1620: A Place of Chaos or Conformity?”
November 19, 2011: Quail Creek Golf and Country Club, Oklahoma City. Speaker Carolyn Leonard presented "Tiptoe Through the Tombstones."