m. abt 1639
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Lived in Rehoboth; m. Mary Billingron Nov. 20, 1663. He was a sergeant in Capt. Samuel Gallope’s company “in crusade against Quebec,” 1690. He died 1699
Samuel Sabin served in King Philip's War and in the Phip's expedition to Quebec in 1690. The Sabin(e) surname, found in ancient English records, does not appear among the Hugenots, as is often said.
Mary Billington's family is mentioned in "Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Vol Five, Edward Winslow and John Billington" Publ by General Society of Mayflower Descendants: 1991, p 42, hereafter, Hodge, as follows: This family lived at Rehoboth, where Samuel Sabin was called planter and miller. He served in King Philip's War, and in the Phips expedition to Quebec in 1690. The will of Samuel Sabin of Rehoboth, written 14 Jul 1690 "called forth to war against the French," was presented 16 Oct 1699. Mentioned in it were his wife, sons Samuel and Israel to have the real estate, daus. Mercy and Sarah each to have three pounds, and the same sum to the youngest dau. at her marriage. The son Samuel was named executor with his mother, but in a lengthy written agreement, Samuel renounced executorship in favor of administration by his brother Israel and mother widow Mary Sabin. The agreement described property in the estate inherited from "grandfather William Sabin," and land purchased from "uncle John Martin." John Kingsley was one of the bondsmen in the administration of the estate. On 1 Aug 1707 Mary Sabin of Rehoboth joined her sisters Elizabeth Patte, Dorcas May and Mercy Martin, wife of John Martin, in conveying their rights to the Middleboro land of their deceased father, Francis Billington, "for love" to their niece Desire Billington, d/o their brother Isaac.