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Samuel Watts (1745 - 1816)

Capt Samuel Watts
Born in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts Baymap
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Husband of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
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Died at age 71 in Saint George, York, Maine, United Statesmap
Profile last modified | Created 15 Sep 2009
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  • Fact: Burial (1816) Hawthron Point Cemetery, St. George, Maine
  • Fact: Occupation Sea Captain
  • Fact: _MILT Revoluntionary Soldier
  • Fact: Maine Families in 1790 Vol. 10: Samuel Watts was a Revolutionary War soldier, with service at Machias from 16 July 1777 to 7 October 1777 as a private and lieutenant in Joel Whitney's company in Col. Benjamin Foster's Lin Co regiment.
  • Though Samuel was from Boston, his wife Mary was from Maine and so he is mentioned in the Maine history.


  • Re-Union of the Burton and Robinson Families Records of Proceedings Historical Records and Genealogy of the Families 1879, Reprinted by Huston's Book Store, Rockland, Me., 1906, page 15. Downloaded from

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