Person:Samuel Tibbetts (1)

m. bef 1655
  1. Jeremiah Tibbetts1656 - bef 1743
  2. Mary Tibbetts1658 -
  3. Captain Thomas Tibbetts1659 - bet 1748
  4. Hannah Tibbetts1661 - bef 1727
  5. Joseph Tibbetts1663 - bef 1745/46
  6. Deacon Samuel Tibbetts1666 - 1738
  7. Benjamin Tibbettsest 1668 - 1713
  8. Ephraim Tibbettsest 1669 - aft 1729
  9. Martha Tibbettsest 1670 - aft 1677
  10. Elizabeth Tibbettsest 1672 - aft 1732
  11. Nathaniel Tibbettsest 1673/74 - aft 1705
  12. Henry Tibbettsest 1675/76 - bet 1727
m. 1 Sep 1686
  1. Samuel Tibbetts
  2. Mary Tibbets1700 - aft 1753
  • HDeacon Samuel Tibbetts1666 - 1738
  • WRebecca Nockbef 1657 -
m. bef 4 Feb 1707/08
  • HDeacon Samuel Tibbetts1666 - 1738
  • WRachel Unknownest 1680 - aft 1738
m. bef 8 Nov 1738
Facts and Events
Name[1][4] Deacon Samuel Tibbetts
Alt Name[1] Captain Samuel Tibbetts
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] cal 1666 Dover Neck, Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire, United States
Marriage 1 Sep 1686 to Dorothy Tuttle
Marriage bef 4 Feb 1707/08 to Rebecca Nock
Marriage bef 8 Nov 1738 Named in husband's will of that date.
to Rachel Unknown
Will[1][2] 8 Nov 1738
Death[1][2] 9 Dec 1738 Dover Neck, Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire, United States
Probate[1][2] 31 Jan 1738/39 Will proved.
Estate Inventory[1] 20 Feb 1738/39 £1727.0.4.
Occupation[1][2] Tanner
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 Jarvis, May Tibbetts. Henry Tibbetts of Dover, N. H., and Some of his Descendants. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (New England Historic Genealogical Society, Jan, Apr, Jul, Oct 1944; Jan, Apr, Jul, Oct 1945; Jan, Apr 1946), 98:132-33.

    Capt. Samuel3 Tibbetts (Jeremiah2, Henry1), of Dover Neck, tanner, born at Dover Neck in 1666, died there 9 Dec. 1738. He married first (by the Rev. John Pike), 2 Sept. 1686. Dorothy Tuttle, daughter of John1 Tuttle, one of the first settlers of Dover Neck, and his wife Dorothy (Tuttle Genealogy, p. 2); secondly. Rebecca (Nock) Willey, daughter of Thomas and Rebecca2 (Tibbetts) Nock and widow of William Willey, as early as 4 Feb. 1707/8 (New Hampshire Prov. Deeds, book 8, p. 69); and thirdly, Rachel -----, who survived him and is named in his will. He was deputy from Dover to the New Hampshire colonial legislature in 1715-16-17, 1719 and 1720. He had the grant of half a sawmill privilege in 1701; was selectman of Dover in 1702; was a captain in the French and Indian war; was a deacon in the church, and had a large tannery at Dover Neck, where the old vats employed by him were to be seen as late as the year 1890. He was one of the first whole share proprietors of Rochester.

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Noyes, Sybil; Charles Thornton Libby; and Walter Goodwin Davis. Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire. (Portland, Maine: Southworth Press, 1928-1939).

    12 Capt. Samuel Tibbetts (6), tanner, Dover, was apprent. to Mr. Job Clement and ran away to Newbury in 1679; see Thompson(4). He m. 1st 1 Sept. 1686 Dorothy Tuttle(2), m. 2d by 1708 Rebecca (Nock 4) Willey, and left a wid. Rachel. Constable 1696, 1697. … See also Cloudman. He depos. 9 Feb. 1733-4, ag. 67. Will, 8 Nov. 1738-31 Jan. 1738-9, names w. Rachel, ch. and gr.ch. and gives homestead and tanyard to s. Ichabod. Ch: Samuel, o.c. and bp. on death bed 23 Dec. 1724 (Berw. Ch. rec.), d. next day, adm. to wid. Judith (m. by 1718). 4 ch. bp. His fa. deeded to her in 1728. See also Stackpole. Capt. Ichabod, tanner, m. 1st by 1722 Abigail Tibbetts(14), m. 2d at Portsm. 29 May 1729 Patience Nock(1). Will, 30 Dec. 1746-25 Feb. 1746-7, names w. and exec. Patience (w. of Humphrey Pooler in 1748), 6 ch. Sarah, m. Thomas Tibbetts(14); dead in 1746, her s. Thomas in will. Dorothy, m. John Wingate(2 jr.); her 4 sons in fa.'s will, she dead. Rachel, m. by 1728 John Legrow. Martha, m. 1st Benjamin Varney (her s. Ichabod in will); m. 2d one Whitehouse. Mary, m. by 1721 William Chamberlain. Esther, m. Ephraim Tibbetts(14).

  3.   Tuttle, Charles W. Tuttle Family of New Hampshire. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1867), Transcript.

    "...(5) IV. Dorothy: she married Capt Samuel Tebbets, one of the principal citizens of Dover. Capt Tebbets was grandson of Henry Tebbets, the first settler of this name."

  4. Noyes, Libby & Davis do not mention that he was a deacon.