Person:Samuel Washburn (6)

m. 6 DEC 1645
  1. John WashburnABT 1646 - 1719
  2. Thomas WashburnAbt 1649 -
  3. Samuel WashburnAbt 1651 - 1720
  4. Joseph Washburn1653 - 1733
  5. Jonathan WashburnABT 1658 - ABT 1726
  6. Benjamin WashburnABT 1658 - BEF 1690
  7. Mary WashburnABT 1661 - 1739/40
  8. Elizabeth WashburnAbt 1665 -
  9. Jane WashburnABT 1670 -
  10. James Washburn1672 - 1749
  11. Sarah Washburn1675 - 1746
m. Abt 1677
  1. Noah Washburn1682 - 1716
  2. Benjamin WashburnAbt 1691 - 1774
Facts and Events
Name Samuel Washburn
Gender Male
Birth[2] Abt 1651 Bridgewater, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage Abt 1677 Plymouth, Massachusetts, United Statesto Deborah Packard
Will[2] 13 Mar 1720
Death[1] 24 Mar 1720 Bridgewater, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Probate[2] 4 Apr 1720
Burial[3] First Cemetery, Bridgewater, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
References
  1. Marriages and Deaths, in Bridgewater, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States. Vital records of Bridgewater, Massachusetts, to the year 1850. (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1916), 2:574.

    WASHBURN, Sam[ue]l, ____, 1720, a. 69. [This entry written in pencil.] [Mar. 24, in 69th y., G.R.7.]

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Francis Cooke, in General Society of Mayflower Descendants. Mayflower Families Through Five Generations: Descendants of the Pilgrims who landed at Plymouth, Mass. December 1620. (New England - United States: General Society of Mayflower Descendants., Various), 12:105-106.

    Samuel Washburn born probably in Bridgewater about 1652 [born in the period 25 March 1651/52 per age at death, and presuming death year is 1719/20] [Plymouth Co. PR, file #22015, 1:84; year estimated from age at death; MD 15:248-51.], died in Bridgewater 24 March 1720 in his 69th year. [VR Bridgewater 2:574.] (12:105-106)

    No birth record has been found for Samuel Washburn, but his parentage is shown by the will of this father, John Washburn, dated 30 October 1686 and naming son Samuel, with other children. In a deed, dated 9 January 1677, recorded 26 April 1720, John Washburn, Sr. of Bridgewater, planter, with the consent of his wife Elizabeth, gave 35 acres of land in Bridgewater to his son Samuel. [MD 16:49-50; Plymouth Co, PR, file #22084; Plymouth Co. LR 14:265.]

    The will of Samuel Washburn of Bridgewater, yeoman, dated 13 March 1720, probated 4 April 1720, names wife Deborah Washburn; sons Samuel, Nehemiah and Benjamin Washburne; heirs of son Noah Washburne deceased; heirs of his son Israel Washburne deceased; daughter Hannah wife of John Keith; grandson Israel Washburn son of son Israel; and cousin Deliverance Jennings wife of Ephraim Jennings. Sons Samuel and Nehemiah were named executors. [MD 16:49-50; Plymouth Co, PR, file #22084; Plymouth Co. LR 14:265.]

  3. Sgt Samuel Washburn, in Find A Grave.