Person:Samuel Tubbs (1)

m. 9 Nov 1637
  1. Bethyah Tubbs
  2. Samuel Tubbs1638 - Bef 1696
  3. William TubbsAbt 1654 - 1718
  • HSamuel Tubbs1638 - Bef 1696
  • WMary WilleyEst 1648 - Aft 1729
m. Est 1668
  1. John Tubbs - Bef 1712
  2. Mary Tubbs1671 - Bef 1722
  3. Bethiah Tubbs1671 - 1723/24
  4. Samuel Tubbs1672 - Bef 1713
  5. William Tubbs1674 - Bef 1717
  6. Joanna Tubbs1680 - 1739
  7. Isaac Tubbs1682 - 1748/49
  8. Sarah Tubbs1685 - 1738
  9. Dorcas Tubbs1688 - Bef 1711
  10. Joseph Tubbs1692 - Aft 1711
Facts and Events
Name[1][2][3][4] Samuel Tubbs
Gender Male
Birth? 1638 Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Alt Birth? Abt 1638 Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage Est 1668 New London, New London, Connecticut, United Statesbased on baptism of oldest child and age of parents
to Mary Willey
Military? King Philip's War
Occupation? Farmer
Death? Bef 31 May 1696 New London, New London, Connecticut, United States

From Margery Freas

Samuel Tubbs, Sr., was a soldier in King Philips war and received land at Voluntown. He was in the New London-Lyme riot on the New London side in August 1671; settled in New London, 1673 and died there.

From Genealogy of Tubbs Family of Luzerne Co., PA

Samuel Tubbs, 1638-1696, eldest child of William Tubbs was born 1638 in Duxbury, MA. It is assumed he left Duxbury and moved to New London, CT before his father's second marriage to Dorothy Soames. He was in his father's will long after he had moved to New London, and some authors place him in New London by 1663.

Land disputes arose between New London and Lyme over which town should have the right to plow the same meadow. The dispute resulted in riots between settlers of the towns. In 1671, Samuel participated in the contest on the side of New London.

Samuel Tubbs was a farmer and lived in New London until he died in 1696. In 1696, Samuel received a grant of land in Voluntown, CT in return for his services in King Phillip's War.

Samuel married Mary Willey, daughter of Isaac Willey and his first wife, Joanne. Isaac was in Boston by 1640, Charlestown by 1644, and in New London by 1645. He owned considerable property in New London and in nearby Haddam. Following the death of his first wife, he is believed to have married second to an unknown person and third to Hannah Brooks Fox Lester. Isaac Willey died in 1685.

Samuel and Mary Willey Tubbs had ten children, nine mentioned in his will dated March 2, 1711/12.

From Baptisms by Mr. Bradstreet (through 1672) The Later History of the First Church of Christ, New London, Conn.

14 May 1671 Sam TUBBS's children: Mary, Bethiah July 1672 Sam TUBBS's child, Samuel

From Savage's Genealogical Dictionary

TUBBS, SAMUEL, New London a[bout]. 1663, m[arried]. Mary, d[aughter]. of Isaac Willey, but Miss Caulkins in lett[e]r of July 1860 tells me, that he had Mary and Bethia, bapt[ized]. on same day in May 1671; Samuel, July 1672; William, May 1674 (and I regret that the days of the several mo[nth]s. are uncert[ain].); Dorcas, b[orn]. 2 Mar. 1689; Joseph, 3 Sept. 1692; perhaps other ch[ildren]. and d[ied]. 1696. His wid[ow]. was liv[ing]. 1725, then aged 77.

  1. Clarence Almon Torrey. New England Marriages Prior To 1700. (Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co., 1997).
  2. James Savage, Former President of the Massachusetts Historical Society and Editor of Winthrop's History of New England. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, Showing Three Generations of Those Who Came Before May 1692, on the Basis of Farmer's. (1860-62 and Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, MD, 1965; Corrected electronic version copyright Robert Kraft, July 1994)
    Vol. 4, p. 337.
  3. Arthur R. Mandeville. TUBBS: Genealogy of the Tubbs Family of Luzerne Co., PA.
  4. S. Leroy Blake. Later History of the First Church of Christ, New London, Conn., The. (Press of the Day Publishing Company New London 1900).