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Samuel Green (1668 - bef. 1758)

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Samuel Green
Born in Malden, Colony of Massachusettsmap
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Husband of — married [location unknown]
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Died before in Middlesex, Colony of Massachusettsmap
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Biography

Samuel was born in Massachusetts in January 1668, son of Samuel Green and Mary Cook. He died bef the probate of his Will on April 24, 1758; in a bond signed by him and his five brothers, Nov.13, 1724, as executors of their father's Will, he is called "weaver." His Will is dated June 6, 1753; proved April 24, 1758; recorded Midd. Prob. 45:393. He mentions son Samuel, who is executor; daus. Mary Wilson and Lydia Howard; grandsons Jacob Wilson, Samuel Wilson, Joseph Wilson, and gr. dau. Susanna Wilson. To these grandchildren he gives 2s. 6d. apiece; to his gr. dau. Phebe Pratt he gives 5s.; Witnesses, John Green, Jonas Green, Jonathan Green. He married Mary WHEELER on 4 May 1694. Mary (died 24 Jan 1729/30). They had following children: Mary, Samuel, Lydia (b.25 Jun 1705), Phebe GREENE (b.17 Sep 1707), Sarah. [1]

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  1. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~webmouse/Green/d5940.html#P5940


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