Samuel baptized in Hingham Aug. 25, 1650. He was the son of Samuel and Martha Lincoln.
He married Apr. 29, 1687, Deborah Hersey, daughter of William and Rebecca (Chubbuck) Hersey. She was born in Hingham Jan. 1, 1665-66, and died 28 Apr. 1706. 
At home he held various military offices, and was styled "Cornet." He was by occupation "carpenter." Selectman 1694 and 1698. Resided on the paternal homestead, North St., near Thaxter's Bridge.
He died March, 1720-21, set. 71st yr. His will, made soon after the decease of his wife provides for three sons and six daughters; also for his sister Martha while she remains a maiden. In 1675 and 1676 he was a member of the brave Capt. Johnson's company, and participated as cavalryman in the great Narraganset fight. In 1679 his name appears upon " a list of foot-soldiers belonging in Hingham, who are willing to serve the country in the capacity of troopers." 
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