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Samuel Allen II (1634 - abt. 1719)

Samuel Allen II
Born in Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts Baymap
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Husband of — married 29 Nov 1659 [location unknown]
Descendants descendants
Died about in Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts Baymap
Profile last modified | Created 8 Mar 2018
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Not Samuel Allen. Do not merge

Samuel Allyn, son of Samuel Allen Sr. of Windsor and his first wife Ann, died 18 Oct 1719, at Northampton, Massachusetts.[1]

He married 29 Nov 1659 at Northampton, Hannah Woodford, d/o Thomas.[1]

"In the name of God Amen, I Samll Allin of Northampton Within the County of Hampshire, In her majtis Province of the Massachusetts Bay In New England .... after my funeral Expenses & Just Debts being first Paid ... My wife should have yt Use, or income of all my Estat or so much as she needs During her Life ... unto my son Samll" Several parcels of land are described. "To my Son Thomas Allyne" Several parcels of land are described. "...whereas several Parcells of the abovesaid land bequeathed to two sons Samll and Thomas, Decended to my wife from her honred father Thomas Woodford Decsd ... my son Joseph Children, & so much to my Daughter Hannahs Children: ... to my son Ebenezer ... unto my Grandchildren Noah & Elizabeth Allyn issue of my son Joseph Decesd ... unto my Grandchildren the children of my Daughter Hannah decesd ... to my Daughter Sarah Miller ... to my daughter Mindwell ... Sons Samll & Thomas to be joint executors ... sixteenth day of June ... 1712" Samll Allyn made his mark. A codicil was dated 3 Jan 1714/5. Will proved in court 16 Dec 1719

Children named in will:

  • Samuel
  • Thomas
  • Joseph (decd.) also his children Noah and Elizabeth
  • Hannah (decd.) had issue
  • Ebenezer
  • Sarah m. Miller
  • Mindwell
  • 17 Dec 1657 - grant of land from the Town of Northampton, Mass
  • 1683 - freeman
  • 18 October 1718/9 - died in Northampton, Mass


  1. 1.0 1.1 Massachusetts: Vital Records, 1621-1850 (Online Database:, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2001-2016). p. 160

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Hi Nathan, you have the correct father (Samuel of Windsor) attached but the wrong mother who is also an Ann (currrently Ann Hulbird, but I think that's wrong and she should be Unknown). I am going to fix the mothers so hopefully he won't get confused with the other Samuel again.
posted by Anne B
Allen-21 and Allen-31314 are not ready to be merged because: The Samuel Allen in Bridgewater and the Samuel Allen in Northampton are different men that keep getting conflated. Need to keep them separate.
posted by Ellen Smith

Rejected matches › Samuel Allen II (abt.1633-1705)

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