Person:Samuel Colburn (4)

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m. 25 Jul 1639
  1. Sarah Colburn1640 - 1716
  2. Rebecca Colburn1642/43 -
  3. Nathaniel Colburn1644/45 - 1689
  4. Priscilla Colburn1646 -
  5. John Colburn1648 - 1705/06
  6. Mary Colburn1650/51 - 1685
  7. Hannah Colburn1652/53 - 1728
  8. Samuel Colburn1654/55 - 1694
  9. Deborah Colburn1656/57 - 1684
  10. Benjamin Colburn1659 - 1714
  11. Joseph Colburn1662 -
m. 12 Mar 1682/83
  1. Sarah Colburn1684 - 1684/85
  2. Samuel Colburn1685 - 1685
  3. Mercy Colburn1686 - 1686/87
  4. Ephraim Colburn1687 -
  5. Mary Colburn1691 - 1754
  6. Abiell Colburn1694 -
Facts and Events
Name[1] Samuel Colburn
Gender Male
Birth[2] 25 Jan 1654/55 Dedham, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 12 Mar 1682/83 Dedham, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United Statesto Mercy Partridge
Death[3][4] 18 May 1694 Dedham, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States
References
  1. "The Colburn Family of West Dedham", in The Dedham Historical Register. (Dedham, Massachusetts: Dedham Historical Society), II:110.

    Samuel Colburn [#2], s/o Nathaniel Colburn and Priscilla Clarke, b. 25 Jan 1654-5, m. 12 Mar 1682-3 Mercy Partridge.

  2. Dedham (Massachusetts). Town Clerk; Julius Herbert Tuttle; Benjamin Fisher; and Don Gleason Hill. The early records of the town of Dedham, Massachusetts. (Dedham, Massachusetts: Dedham Transcript Press, 1886-1936), I:6.

    Samuell, the Son of Nathaniell & Priscilla Coleborne, was borne the 25 of the 11 mo. (1654).
    [Note: In old-styles dates, the eleventh month is January. For comparison to the modern calendar, it corresponds to the following year. More info may be found here.]

  3. Dedham (Massachusetts). Town Clerk; Julius Herbert Tuttle; Benjamin Fisher; and Don Gleason Hill. The early records of the town of Dedham, Massachusetts. (Dedham, Massachusetts: Dedham Transcript Press, 1886-1936), Vol. 1, p. 24.

    1694 Deathes.
    Samuell Colbarn, decesed May 18, 1694.

  4. His probate is Suffolk case 3165, which was not opened until 1709, apparently waiting for son Ephraim to reach majority. Ephraim was appointed administrator 29 Mar 1709 (Vol. 7 (new series), p. 74-5), Samuel's widow, now Mercy Fisher, declining due to bad weather. His estate (reserving for the widow her thirds while she lives) is settled on his only son Ephraim in 1720 (Vol. 22, p. 85) who is to pay his sisters Mary Pond and Abiall Metcalfe.