8 Samuel (Wentworth), Portsmouth, ± 32 in June 1674, ± 39 in Sept. 1680, first taxed 1659, m. by 1666 Mary Benning, sis. of Harry, and step-dau. of Henry Deering. From them spring the Wentworths eminent in N. E. and abroad. By 1669 (or 1661, by Samuel Treworgy's depos., Reg. 27: 272) he remov. to Great Isl., had tav. lic. to 1678 when he sold, and was there 1678-1679 when he acted for George Munjoy in Me. Ct. Lic. also at Portsm. and selectman there 1683. Jury 1682, 1685; gr.j. 1683. O. A. 28 Aug. 1685. Capt. S. W. one of Walter Barefoot's overseers 1688. … Will, 13 Mar. 1690-1 (d. of small pox 25 Mar., ag. 50); w. Mary, 3 surv. ch., gr.ch. Widow Mary m. 2d Hon. Richard Martyn. In 1671 Thomas Parker called her vile names and said she and her mo. never left their country for their goodness. … Ch., Prov. rec: Samuel, merchant, Portsm., Boston, b. 9 Apr. 1666, m. 1st Hannah Wiggin who d. at Portsm. 21 Feb. --, ag. 24 (Pt. of Graves); m. 2d at Boston 12 Nov. 1691 Elizabeth Hopson; m. 3d at Boston 28 Oct. 1699 Abigail (Phillips), wid. of Capt. Christopher Goffe; d. in 1736. A son Samuel, by 1st w., d. bef. 6 Mar. 1712-3 when adm. was gr. to his fa. Daniel, b. 21 Oct. 1669 …, d. 5 Jan. 1690, ag. 22 (Pt. of Graves). Col. Banks reported from Records of Privy Council: Ebenezer and William depos. that their br. Daniel liv. at Sheepscot with Elihu Gunnison. No William was rec. or in fa.'s will and ano. br. may have been meant. John, b. 16 Jan. 1671 (Lt. Gov.). Mary, b. 5 Feb. 1673, m. 1st Capt. Samuel Rymes, m. 2d Dr. John Clifton. Capt. Ebenezer, b. 9 Apr. 1677, mariner, Portsm., Boston, commanded a storeship at Port Royal in 1707, m. 9 Aug. 1711 Rebecca Jeffries, d. 14 Sept. 1717, she 2 July 1721. 3 ch. Dorothy, b. 27 June 1680, m. Henry Sherburne. Benning, b. 28 June 1682, d. bef. fa.