Person:Hannah Sabin (1)

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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. 10 Nov 1673
  1. Mary Allen
  2. Thankful Allen
  3. Joseph Allen1676 - 1727
  4. Hannah Allen1679 - AFT 1720
  5. Daniel Allen1681 -
  6. David Allen1682/3 -
  7. Noah Allen1685 - 1754
  8. Eleazer Allen1688 -
  9. Jeremy Allen1690 -
  10. Hezekiah Allen1692 -
  11. Abigail Allen1694 -
  12. Nehemiah Allen1699 - 1785
Facts and Events
Name Hannah Sabin
Gender Female
Birth[1] 22 Oct 1654 Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States
Alt Birth? 22 Dec 1654 Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 10 Nov 1673 Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United Statesto Joseph Allen
Death[1] 1730 Medfield, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States
Alt Death? aft 4 Oct 1730 Medfield, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States
Burial? Medfield, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United StatesOld Cemetery
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 (II) Joseph [Allen], in Cutter, William Richard. Genealogical and family history of northern New York: a record of the achievements of her people in the making of a commonwealth and the founding of a nation. (New York, New York: Lewis Historical Pub. Co., 1910), p 734.

    (II) Joseph, son of James Allen, was born in Medfield, June 24, 1652. He settled in the northern part of the town on Castle Hill, known as the Allen Place afterwards. He was granted two lots of land in 1673, one between the road leading to "Goodman Morse's" and land owned by his father, below Samuel Wight's land. The other lot was between his father's land and that owned by Samuel Wight, bounded on the east by the highway leading to Natick. He was a copper by trade, and his house and shop were built before King Philip's War. February 21, 1676, the Indians determined to burn the town, and his property was among the first to receive their attention. They took shavings from the shop, piled them on the kitchen floor, and set them on fire; but the shavings had been piled on a trap door, which feel into the cellar when burned, and extinguished the flames. No other damage was done, although all of the other houses in that part of the town were destroyed. September 21, 1670, he received from his father six acres of upland and one acre of meadow land, and this was probably his share in his father's will, as his name was not on the will, which was dated two days later. In 1675 and 1701 his name is on the list of proprietors, and he was made a freeman October 11, 1682. In 1688 he was sealer of weights and measures, and he and his wife were admitted to the first parish in 1697. He married, in Seakonk, (Rehoboth), November 10, 1673, Hannah, born there October 22, 1654, died in Medfield, 1730, daughter of William Sabin. He died in Medfield, January 14, 1703. Children, all born in Medfield: 1. Joseph, December 19, 1676. 2. Hannah, June 23, 1679. 3. Daniel, April 21, 1681. 4. David, March 22, 1683. 5. Noah, April 21, 1685. 6. Eleazer, August 25, 1688. 7. Jeremiah, August 5, 1690. 8. Hezekiah, November 3, 1692. 9. Abigail, October 24, 1694. 10. Nehemiah, mentioned below. 11. Thankful, probably died young. 12. Mary, probably died young.