Person:Samuel Boreman (1)

Samuel Boreman, Sr
m. 19 Nov 1604
  1. Anne Boreman1605 -
  2. Felix Boreman1607 -
  3. Elizabeth Boreman1609 -
  4. Sara Boreman1612 -
  5. Samuel Boreman, Sr1615 - abt 1673
  6. Margaret Boremanest 1618 -
  7. Christopher Boreman1620 -
  8. Ursula Boreman1624 -
  • HSamuel Boreman, Sr1615 - abt 1673
  • WMary Bettsabt 1622 - 1684
m. abt 1641
  1. Isaac Boreman, Sr1642/43 - 1719
  2. Mary Boreman1644/45 - 1721
  3. Samuel Boreman, Jr1648 - 1720
  4. Joseph Boreman1650/51 - 1676
  5. John Boreman1653/54 - 1676
  6. Sarah Boreman1655/56 - 1746
  7. Daniel Bordman1658 - 1724/25
  8. Lt Jonathan Boreman1660/61 - 1712
  9. Nathaniel Boreman1663 - 1712
  10. Martha Boreman1666 - 1743
Facts and Events
Name Samuel Boreman, Sr
Alt Name Samuel Boardman
Gender Male
Christening[1] 20 Aug 1615 Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
Immigration[6][7] abt 1638 New England
Living[5] 1639 Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage abt 1641 New Englandto Mary Betts
Death[3][4] abt Apr 1673 Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States

Arrived at Boston in 1638; settled at Ipswich, MA, the Wethersfield, CT For 18 years he was Governor's assistant

References
  1. Goldthwaite, Charlotte. Boardman Genealogy, 1525-1895: The English Home and Ancestry of Samuel Boreman, Wethersfield, Conn.; Thomas Boreman, Ipswich, Mass. : With Some Account of Their Descendants (Now Called Boardman) in America. (Hartford, Conn.: William F. J. Boardman, 1895), pages 79-80.

    'FROM THE PARISH REGISTER OF BANBURY. ...
    Samuell Borma[n] son to Xpofer Borma[n] & Julian his wife was bapt ye 20 day August 1615.'

  2.   Goldthwaite, Charlotte. Boardman Genealogy, 1525-1895: The English Home and Ancestry of Samuel Boreman, Wethersfield, Conn.; Thomas Boreman, Ipswich, Mass. : With Some Account of Their Descendants (Now Called Boardman) in America. (Hartford, Conn.: William F. J. Boardman, 1895), page 102.

    'CHILDREN OF CHRISTOPHER AND JULIAN BOREMAN. ...
    Samuel, bapt. Aug. 20, 1615; emigrated, 1638, to New England; m. Mary Betts; d. April, 1673.'

  3. Goldthwaite, Charlotte. Boardman Genealogy, 1525-1895: The English Home and Ancestry of Samuel Boreman, Wethersfield, Conn.; Thomas Boreman, Ipswich, Mass. : With Some Account of Their Descendants (Now Called Boardman) in America. (Hartford, Conn.: William F. J. Boardman, 1895), page 174.

    'He last appears in Wethersfield Town Records, March 26, 1673, ... As the inventory of his estate was taken May 2, 1673, about five weeks afterwards, he must have died in April of that year.'

  4. Manwaring, Charles W. A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records, 1:185.

    'Boreman, Samuel, Wethersfield. Invt. ... Taken 2 May, 1673, by the Select Men.'

  5. Goldthwaite, Charlotte. Boardman Genealogy, 1525-1895: The English Home and Ancestry of Samuel Boreman, Wethersfield, Conn.; Thomas Boreman, Ipswich, Mass. : With Some Account of Their Descendants (Now Called Boardman) in America. (Hartford, Conn.: William F. J. Boardman, 1895), page 159.

    'Samuel Boreman's first appearance as a settler in New England is at Ipswich, Mass., where, in a list of inhabitants without date, he is called a cooper, and has land recorded to him, Aug. 22, 1639.'

  6. Goldthwaite, Charlotte. Boardman Genealogy, 1525-1895: The English Home and Ancestry of Samuel Boreman, Wethersfield, Conn.; Thomas Boreman, Ipswich, Mass. : With Some Account of Their Descendants (Now Called Boardman) in America. (Hartford, Conn.: William F. J. Boardman, 1895), page 130.

    'He emigrated to New England about 1638; ...'

  7. Jacobus, Donald Lines, and Edgar Francis Waterman. Hale, House and Related Families, Mainly of the Connecticut River Valley. (Hartford: The Connecticut Historical Society, 1952), page 483.

    'He perhaps came to New England in April 1638 in the New Supply, for the journal of Mr. John Josselyn mentions a fellow-passenger named Boreman on that vessel.'

  8.   Goldthwaite, Charlotte. Boardman Genealogy, 1525-1895: The English Home and Ancestry of Samuel Boreman, Wethersfield, Conn.; Thomas Boreman, Ipswich, Mass. : With Some Account of Their Descendants (Now Called Boardman) in America. (Hartford, Conn.: William F. J. Boardman, 1895), page 175.

    '... he left no will. His property, ... was divided to his wife and ten children, Isaac (who had already had a portion), Mary, Samuel, Jr., Joseph, John, Sarah, Daniel, Jonathan, Nathaniel, and Martha, ...'