Person:Samuel Wilbor (8)

m. 1653
  1. Joseph Wilbore1656 - 1729
  2. John Wilbor1658 -
  3. William Wilber1660 - 1738
  4. Martha Wilbur1662 -
  5. Samuel Wilbore1664 - 1740
  6. Daniel WilboreAbt 1668 - 1741
  7. Joan Wilbur1668 - Bef 1759
  • HSamuel Wilbore1664 - 1740
  • WMary Potter1666 - Bef 1740
m. 1680
  1. Martha Wilbor1690 - 1760
  2. Samuel Wilbor1692 - Bef 1752
  3. William Wilbor1695 - 1774
  4. Mary Wilbor1697 -
  5. Joanna Wilbor1700 - Bef 1771
  6. Thankful Wilbor1700 -
  7. Elizabeth Wilbor1702 -
  8. Thomas Wilbor1704 -
  9. Abial Wilbor1707 -
  10. Hannah Wilbor1709 -
  11. Isaac Wilbor1712 - 1793
Facts and Events
Name Samuel Wilbore
Alt Name Samuel Wilber
Alt Name Samuel Wilbour
Gender Male
Birth? 10 Apr 1664 Tiverton, Newport, Rhode Island, United States
Residence? 1673 Land Purchased from Sakonnet Indians
Marriage 1680 Little Compton, Newport, RIto Mary Potter
Residence? 1690 West Main Rd.Rte. ;Lc Historical Society Headquarters|548 West Main Rd.rte. 77;lc Historical Society Headquarters
Death? 1740 Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Island, United States
Burial? 1740 Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Island, United States

Note: Newport,Rhode Island genealogies, possibly the Samuel that built Wilbor House that the Newport Historical Society occupies. He was a resident of Little Compton, Newport County, Rhode Island, where he followed the occupation of farming. His will dated January 14,1730, was proved June 17,1740. Son's & Daughters Of The Pilgrims" Page 268

  1. .

    The will of Samuel Wilbor page 428-Book 9.
    Samuel Wilbor of Little Compton yeoman.
    To son Samuel Wilbor his now dwelling house and all lands at east of Colebrook line in Little Compton and one hundred pds.
    To son William Wilbor my now dwelling house west one half my land
    where my house stands and one half of land I bought of the heirs
    of Mr Ward.
    To son Isaac Wilbor one half my homestead, the east end and one
    half the land I bought of Mr Ward. If he dyes to brothers Samuel and William.
    To daughter Martha Pearce 40 pds.
    To daughter Joanna Taylor 40 pds.
    To daughter Thankful Irish 40 pds.
    To daughter Elizabeth Peckham 40 pds.
    To daughter Abial Wilbor one bed one cow and 60 pds.
    Taunton probate book 9,
    Will of Samuel Wilbor continued.

    To daughter Hannah Wilbor one bed one cow, and 60 pds.
    Whereas I have a burying lot on south of land I have given my son William, my will is that these be piece 4 rods square allowed for a burying place and a driftway on south of William's land. Never to be sold nor put away so my family may have liberty to bury in it.

  2.   Arnold, James N. Vital Record of Rhode Island, 1636–1850: First series, births, marriages and deaths. A family register for the people. (Narragansett Hist. Publ. Co., 1891).