Person:Benjamin Sabin (7)

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m. abt 1639
  1. Sgt. Samuel Sabinabt 1640 - 1699
  2. Elizabeth Sabin1642 - 1717
  3. Joseph Sabin1645 - 1690
  4. Benjamin Sabin1646 - 1725
  5. Nehemiah Sabin1647 - 1676
  6. Experience Sabin1648 - 1728
  7. Mary Sabin1652 - 1674
  8. Abigail Sabin1653 - 1721
  9. Hannah Sabin1654 - 1730
  10. Patience Sabin1655 - abt 1711
  11. Jonathan Sabin1657 -
  12. Sarah Sabin1660 - bef 1677
m. 5 Jul 1678
  1. Sarah Sabin1679 -
  2. Nehemiah Sabin1680/1 - 1746
  3. Patience Sabin1682 -
  4. Jeremiah Sabin1683/4 - 1775
  5. Experience Sabin1685/86 - 1771
  6. Stephen Sabin1689 - 1737
  7. Timothy Sabin1694 - 1780
  • HBenjamin Sabin1646 - 1725
  • WSarah Pollyabt 1648 - 1677
  1. Josiah SABIN1669 - 1745
  2. Ebenezer SABIN1671 - 1739
  3. Benjamin Sabin1673 - 1750
  4. Mehitable Sabin1677 - 1707
Facts and Events
Name[1] Benjamin Sabin
Gender Male
Birth? 3 May 1646 Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States
Alt Birth[1] 3 Jul 1646 Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 5 Jul 1678 Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United Statesto Sarah Parker
Death[1] 21 Jul 1725 Pomfret, Windham, Connecticut, United States

Benjamin had 11 children altogether. (Only two are listed in Kingsley Family.) Resided in Rehoboth until 1675, when he removed to Roxbury, Mass; and in 1686 was one of the thirteen pioneers who settled Woodstock, Conn, and joined the same year in purchasing a large tract of land lying just south of Woodstock, Mashamoquoit, the present town of Pomfret. He lived in Woodstock until 1705, when he removed to his new purchase. The town of Pomfret was not incorporated until 1713, nor the church organized until 1715, which accounts for his continuing his church relations in Woodstock after his removal. He died in Pomfret July 21, 1725, aged 80. He m. first Sarah, daughter of John and Rebecca Polly, of Roxbury, who was born July 2, 1650 (a twin of Mary. He m. second, Sarah Parker, July 5, 1678, who died Jan. 22, 1717-8. The will of John Polly mentions :the four motherless children of their daughter Sabin to have their mother’s part.”

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Msmall60/OneWorldTree, Database online.

    Record for Sarah Parker