I put some source data in a comment above, plus I have a different copy of his will. Maybe another page of it? Here's that info.
Will of William Sabin Suffock Records, Boston Liber X. pp 60, 61, 62 Made June 4, 1685 Probated July 5, 1687 Bee itt known vnto all men That I, William Sabin, of the Town of Rehobeth, in the Government of New Plymoutn in New England, Being through the Goodness and Sparing Mercy of God in good health, and Competency of understanding, yett not knowing how soon or how suddaine God may in his all wise providence put a Period to my Natural Life Having for the glory of God and the good of my wife and children and the peaceable Settling of the Estate God by his goodness betrusted me with all. hat made this last will and Testament this Fourth day of June in the yeare of our Lord One Thousand Six Hundred and eighty ffive. Desiring and Charging my Deare Children after my Discease to keep with God and Observe his holly Commandments performing all those Christian Duties that God in his Wholly word requires of them, setting up and upholding both in family and in Publique. Imprimis. I do resigne my soule into the hands of the Lord Jesus my Dear Redeemer and my body to be decently buried. ITEM It is my will that my lawful debts shall be Discharged. ITEM I give and bequeath vnto my Deare and beloved wife my Dwelling house and halfe of the Barne and the Halfe of my home Lotte and Orchard and a piece of Salt Meadow adjoining to Capt. Hunt's: and my ffresh meadow called Wright's Meadow, and my pasture in Mantom's neck, and six acrea of Land in the Second Division and adjoining to Mr. Smith's and foure acres in the greate playne where itt is sodded and free vse and Improvements of Herbage and Commonage; all said lands, houses and Orchards, during her Widowhood if she marry not during her naturall life. Likewise I bequeath to my Deare wife foure cows, Two Oxen, a Mare and twenty Ewew and all my Swine, and all my household goods and all the Cloatwoll fflax and Corne within Doors and Barne or vpon the ground. ITEM I give and bequeath unto my sonn Samuel, Laying between Samuel and Nathaniel Pero's Land, and John Titus", to him his hears or assignes forever. ITEM I give and bequeath vnto my sonn Joseph the acre of Meadow att Palmer's River, Lying vnder the Hill over the Brooke against the Long Spring, att the Southern end, and ten acres of that Division that is now a Surveying, to him, his Heirs and Assigns Forever. ITEM I give and bequeath vnto my sonn Benjamine, the other half of the Eleaven acres of Land in the Second Division which I Gave to my sonne Benjamin, His Heirs and Assigns Forever. ITEM I give to my sonn James the other half of my home lotte and orchoard and Barne and the rest of my lands in the Second Division and Grate Playne that is not before Disposed, And two acres of Salt Marsh and part of fresh Meadow in the forke of Palmer's River, to him, his heirs or assignes forever. Likewise I give him a yoake of Oxen and a Mare. ITEM I give to my sonn John the Mill Lotte wch is twelve acres, and my neck lotte and two acres to him, his heirs forever. ITEM I give to my sonn Hezekiah, twenty acres att Palmers River. and two acres of Salt Marsh and a piece of Meadow called the Hole att Palmer's River, and Twenty acres of the division that is now laying out to him, his heirs and Assignes forever. ITEM I give to my sonn Noah my Lotte of Land upon Ragged Playne, and all my Meadow and pond att Mr. Brown's pond and two acres of Salt Meadow to him, his heirs and assignes forever. ITEM It is my will that my foure sonnes James, John, Hezekiah and Noah shall have my Commonage to be equally divided betwixt them, (Excepting the vse and improvement I have given in my will.) ITEM I give vnto my Three daughters Experience, Abigall and Hannah three pounds a piece to be paid by Nathanial Allen that is due me by bill. ITEM I give vnto my grand-child Samuel Allen Six pounds of a Debt due me from Nathaniel Allen as appears by bill. ITEM I give vnto my foure youngest daughters, Mehitable, Mary, Sarah and Margarett, five pounds a piece at their Marriage out of the rest of my Estate. I give my wife two books to have her choice, and the rest I give to my children, the Eldest to Chuse one first and soe all of them Successively and then to begin againe until they have chosen them all. ITEM Itt is my will that if my wife marry that shee shall then resigne vp the house, barne, and Lands to my sonn James whom I doe by this will enjoyne him and his heirs to pay his mother five pounds a yeare during her natural life, if she require itt, and itt is my will that my sonn James shall have the said Lands and houses, if my wife marry not, at her decease. ITEM Itt is this my will that my beloved wife shall be executrix and my sonn James, Executor to this will, and I appoint my sonns Samuel and Benjamin to be Overssers to my will. With his Seal and Signed, Sealed in the presence of Thomas Cooper William Carpenter Signed, William Sabin