m. abt 1631
Facts and Events
Very likely not the son of George and Katherine Allen. The only records known to refer to Samuel son of George are a 1656 deed and George’s will. The 1656 deed lists Samuel “of Boston” (he’d been in Braintree for over 20 years), and he signs with a mark (he signed his own 1669 will). Also, Samuel is named along with George’s 4 youngest children in his will, while other older children are omitted. If the men were the same, Samuel’s inclusion would be odd.
Life in New England
Town Clerk, Selectman, Surveyor of Highways, Constable and Deputy. Listed as a freeman in 1632. Was one of the first settlers of Braintree, MA
"Samuel Allen ... was Town Clerk, Selectman, Surveyor of Highways, Constable, and served as Deputy three times. He and his son Samuel, who settled in Bridgweater in 1660, both fought in King Philips War. For eight generations this family has been identified with the best political and religious life of New England." 
His will is dated Aug. 2, 1669 and proved Sept. 16 1669 and recorded in Suffolk Probate. It names wife Margaret, sons Samuel and James, sons-in-law Josiah Standish and Nathaniel Greenwood, daughter Abigaio, son Joseph (unmarried). The inventory is dated Aug. 27, 1669 and valued at £228 12s 9d. 
Nice article in NEHGR "The Allen Family in New England" p 225