He spelled his name Samuell. One of the first to settle in Connecticut, he joined the migration of families to found the new town of Canterbury. He served as a soldier in King Philip’s War in 1675/76 and held the rank of Sergeant. A petition was written to the army, from his brother Moses, to release Samuel early. Moses was injured, and could not bring in the crops without Samuel’s help. Samuel was released.
Born: June 9, 1657 in Woburn, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts Bay Colony
Married: 3 times – Jane Keyes, Persis Hildreth, Margaret Fish
Died: March 12, 1736 in Canterbury, Windham Co., Connecticut Colony
Buried: Cleveland Cemetery, Canterbury, CT
Relation: 7th Great Grandfather