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1577 - 1625
Life of Robert Cushman who negotiated the funding and provision for the voyage of the Mayflower to the New World.
1603 - 1606
Separatist Robert Cushman is arrested three times for distributing anti-Anglican publications in England.
Robert Cushman and his family join a separatist congregation fleeing England for the more religiously tolerant Netherlands.
Robert Cushman's wife and two children die in Leiden, Netherlands.
1617 - 1620
Robert Cushman negotiates with businessmen of London to finance and equip the voyage of the Mayflower to the New World.
Robert Cushman remains behind in England after falling ill after negotiations; the Mayflower leaves without him.
Robert Cushman travels to Plymouth Colony with new patent and contract; delivers first published sermon given in the Americas.
1621 - 1622
Robert Cushman returns to England with the manuscript of Mourt's Relation, an account of the founding of Plymouth Colony, which he has published in 1622 CE.
Posthumous publication of Robert Cushman's book The Cry of a Stone, defining the Separatist vision.