Person:Samuel Adams (34)

m. 1642
  1. Samuel Adams1642 -
  2. Mary Adams1643 - bef 1664
  3. Pelatiah Adams1646 - 1725
  4. Timothy Adams1648 - 1708
  5. George Adams1650 - 1651
  6. Samuel Adamsabt 1652 - 1727
  7. Mary Adams1654 - 1660
  8. Jonathan Adams1654/55 - 1712
  9. Edith Adams1655/6 - 1656
  10. Rebecca Adams1657 - 1658
  11. Thomas Adams1660 - 1660
  12. Mary Adams1664 - 1712
  1. Captain Joseph Adams1682 - 1752
  2. Henry Adams1684 - 1749
  3. Abigail Adamsest 1686 - 1747
  4. Thomas Adams1688 - 1750/51
  5. Samuel Adams1690 - 1724/25
  6. Susannah Adams1692/93 - 1752
  7. Katherine Adams1695 - 1733
  8. Rebecca Adams1700 - 1709
Facts and Events
Name Samuel Adams
Gender Male
Birth[1] abt 1652 probably Chelmsford, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
Baptism[2] 1 Feb 1656/7 Chelmsford, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
Death[1] 26 Nov 1727 Canterbury, Windham, Connecticut, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Adams, Andrew N. A Genealogical History of Henry Adams, of Braintree, Mass., and His Descendants: Also John Adams, of Cambridge, Mass., 1632-1897. (Rutland, Vt: A Adams (printed by the Tuttle Co), 1898), page 87.

    Samuel, b. in Chelmsford about 1652-3; m. Mary ___, who d. 28 March, 1718, in Canterbury, Conn.
    He was a millwright; removed to Charlestown, Mass., and thence to Canterbury, Conn., where he was a prominent citizen and d. 26 Nov., 1727. He sold his property in Charlestown to Joseph Randall, in 1697, according to Bond; the deed was acknowledged at Plainfield, Conn., in 1714-5. He was one of the first board of selectmen in Canterbury, chosen May 31, 1699. Both he and his son Samuel, Jr., received each one and one-half shares of land as original first settlers in the division of April, 1723. He is said to have had twelve children, five of whom died young. His will, made and signed with his mark, Aug. 7, 1727, probated at Plainfield, Dec. 4, 1727, and or record at Willimantic, speaks of his sons as three in number, and four daughters but names only Henry and Thomas, Abigail and Margaret, the portions of Abigail and Margaret to remain in the hands of the executor.

    DEATH: WILL dated August 7, 1727 in Canterbury. Mentions sons Henry, Thomas and Joseph; daughters Abigail, Margaret, 2 unnamed daughters.

  2. Chelmsford, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Vital records of Chelmsford, Massachusetts, to the End of the Year 1849. (Salem, Massachusetts: Essex Institute, 1914), page 13.

    'Samuel [Adams], s. Th[omas], bp. 1: 12 m: 1656. P. R. 1.'