Samuel and his family were at Falmouth when it was burned at the beginning of the Revolution. Fortunately, the family property survived, but Falmouth was crippled.
By the end of the war, most of Samuel's children had moved away from Falmouth and settled along both sides of the Androscoggin River in Lisbon, Lewiston, Danville, and Durham.
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