-- From Gillby Weldon (Weldon-647) --
This profile lists his marriage to Sarah Wilson as occurring on Sept. 1669, without references. The biography lists 2 references to the marriage. But those 2 references are not to the date or place, and should clarify.
Here's a real quote and reference from The Genealogical Bulletin, Vol. 1, Page 171: "Samuel2 Snow (Richard1) of Woburn, married first, about 1670, Sarah. She was a daughter of John1 and Hannah (James?) Wilson of Woburn. (See Deed in Woburn Public Library.)"
WikiTree profile Snow-1584 created through the import of wikitree1.ged on Oct 17, 2012 by Kimball G. Everingham. See the Changes page for the details of edits by Kimball G. and others.
Source: S331 Title: The Snow-Estes Ancestry, Format: 2 vols. Abbreviation: Snow-Estes Anc. Author: Snow, Nora E. Publication: the author, Hillburn, N.Y., 1939
Source: S332 Title: History of the Family of Benjamin Snow who is a Descendant of RichardSnow of Woburn, Massachusetts Abbreviation: Fam. of Benjamin Snow Author: Wilcox, Owen N. Publication: Gates Legal Publishing, Cleveland, Ohio, 1907 Note: The copy of this work at the NEHGS contains a page bound between pages 6and 7 that reads: CONT CONT CORRECTION NOTE. CONT The reader will note that on page seven of this book appears thestatement that Richard Snow of Woburn died in 1711, and thatconsequently he could hardly have been one and the same with RichardSnow of the ship "Expedition". My authority for the date of the deathof Richard Snow of Woburn was Sewall's History of Woburn. This date wasevidently an error, for Richard died, as I have since learned, on May 5,1677, leaving a will dated 30 (11) i.e. Nov 30, 1676 [kge: shouldn'tthis be Jan 30, 1676/7?], and which was probated June 19, 1677. By thisinstrument he bequeathed property to his wife Ann, and sons, John,James, Samuel and Zachary. CONT CONT This information effectually removes all the haze and uncertaintyrespecting Richard Snow's years that appear in this Volume, and theidentity of Richard Snow of Woburn with the Richard Snow of the ship"Expedition" becomes not only possible, but quite probable. CONT CONT The compiler hopes that this explanatory note will overcome any falseimpression which he may have unwittingly created by his printed words,and he feels sure that it will add considerably to the genealogicalvalue of the book Repository: #R5
Repository: R5 Name: New England Historic Genealogical Society Address: 101 Newbury Street City: Boston State: Massachusetts Country: -United States
Source: S861 Title: The Richard Snow Family, Informant Address: Long Beach, Calif., Format:typescript Abbreviation: Richard Snow Family Author: Snow, George Burwell Publication: c.1923 Repository: #R2 Call Number: 929.273Sn61sg &2055208/22
Repository: R2 Name: Family History Library Address: City: Salt Lake City State: Utah Country: -United States
Source: S97 Title: The Jaquith Family in America Abbreviation: Jaquith Family Author: Jaquith, George Oakes; Walker, Georgetta Jaquith Publication: New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, Mass., 1982
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Samuel by comparing test results with other carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
Y-chromosome DNA test-takers in his direct paternal line on WikiTree: