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Samuel Allis (1647 - 1691)

Samuel Allis aka Alyes
Born in Braintree, Suffolk, Massachusetts Baymap
Husband of — married 14 Dec 1669 in Hadley, Hampshire, MAmap
Descendants descendants
Died in Hatfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts Baymap [uncertain]
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Samuel Allis was born on February 24, 1646/47, in Braintree,Massachusetts Bay Colony[1] to William Allis and Mary Bronson.

"Samuel sonne of William Alyes & Mary his wife was Borne the 24th. of ye 12 month 1646" --- Braintree, Massachusetts: Vital Records, 1643-1793, Vol. 1 : Pg. 3.

"Samuel was a carpenter and builder of Hatfield and resided on the East side of Hatfield Street." - Genealogy of William Allis of Hatfield Mass and Descendants

On December 14, 1669, he married Alice and they had seven children. He died on March 9, 1691, in Hatfield, Massachusetts, at the age of 45, during the "Great Sickness". [2]


  1. Mehitable (Allis) Moore 1677–1757
  2. Samuel Allis 1679–1704
  3. William Allis 1680–1763
  4. Mary (Allis) Brooks 1682–1725
  5. Thomas Allis 1684–1751
  6. Sarah (Allis) Evarts, Scranton 1686–1749
  7. Rebecca (Allis) Jones 1687–1729.


1647 [3] [4] [5]


Spouse: Alice Unknown. [6]


1691 [7]


February 1691 [7] Massachusetts, USA [8] [9]

Research Notes

Dates: Two things to be aware of - Quakers didn't use the names of months, just the numbers (7 8m 1742 for example), and until 1752, "8m" would have been October, not August, since the year started in March (1m). [1]


  1. #FN01 Braintree.
  2. #B10 Sheldon v2 p26 in Genealogies section.
  4. #B01 Wells p369.
  5. #B10 Sheldon v2 p26 in Genealogies section.
  6. #B10 Sheldon v2 p26 in Genealogies section.
  7. 7.0 7.1
  8. Find A Grave: Memorial #183173085 for Samuel Allis, b: 24 Feb 1646 Braintree, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, USA; d: 09 Mar 1691 Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, USA; buried: Old Hadley Cemetery, Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, USA
  9. Billion Graves
  • [B01] Wells, D. W., & Wells, R. F. (1910). A history of Hatfield, Massachusetts, in three parts: I. An account of the development of the social and industrial life of the town from its first settlement. II. The houses and homes of Hatfield, with personal reminiscences of the men and women who have lived there during the last one hundred years; brief historical accounts of the religious societies and of Smith Academy; statistical tables, etc. III. Genealogies of the families of the first settlers. Springfield, Mass: Pub. under the direction of F.C.H. Gibbons. [2] [3]
  • Judd, S., & Boltwood, L. M. (1863). History of Hadley: Including the early history of Hatfield, South Hadley, Amherst and Granby, Massachusetts. Northampton: Printed by Metcalf. [4]
  • [B10] Sheldon, G. (1895). A history of Deerfield, Massachusetts: The times when and the people by whom it was settled, unsettled and resettled : with a special study of the Indian Wars in the Connecticut Valley : with genealogies. Deerfield, Mass: publisher not identified. [5] [6]
  • sources ...
American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI)
Ancestry Family Trees
Family Data Collection - Deaths
Family Data Collection - Individual Records
Massachusetts, Town Vital Collections 1620-1988
New England Historical & Genealogical Register 1847-2011
U.S. and International Marriage Records 1560-1900
U.S., New England Marriages Prior to 1700
U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications 1889-1970
Web: Netherlands, GenealogieOnline Trees Index 1000-Current


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Allis-58 and Allis-31 appear to represent the same person because: Same profile data, no bio data.
posted by Edwin Priest