Genealogy of Wesley Harry Clark

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  • ID: I4029
  • Name: Samuel Haines
  • Surname: Haines
  • Given Name: Samuel
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 1646 in Dover, NH
  • Death: 1688/1689 in Greenland, NH
  • _UID: B0A45A930BCF3844878DEE39E2FDE417AC1E
  • Note: Samuel Haines was born in Dover, and at the age of four yearswent with his father to what is now Greenland. At the age oftwenty-seven he married Mary Fifield of Hampton, with whom helived about sixteen years, when he died at the early age offorty-three. He came into possession of his father's homesteadby will-deed, dated Dec 28, 1682. It appears that he spent hislife upon the farm. He was a member of the North Church inPortsmouth. In 1683 he signed a petition setting forthgrievances growing out of the Mason Patent. He did considerablebusiness at the sawmill, as well as on the farm. On the 19th ofJan, 1749, Elias Philbrick of Greenland, in a deposition beforeJustices of the Peace, said "that the deponent remembers thesaid Samuel Haines built a Garrison where he lived, andRemembers the names and Color of the Oxen (belonging to saidSamuel) which were employed in haling the timber for thatPurpose; that the said Samuel was the Elder of the two Brothers,and Died first, tho. they died within a week of one another, andaccording to this deponent's Remembrance it is about fifty-nineyears ago, but how much more he is not certain and cannot Say;and he well Remembers that it was a thing much observed as aRemarkable Providence and that it was in the winter time." Hebuilt the garrison at the breaking out of King William's war in1689. His wife, Mary, was living April 27, 1723. She diedwithin two yeare of that time.Mathias and his brother Samuel ran their grandfather's sawmilland carried on the work the Deacon had started. Both Mathiasand Samuel died within a week of each other. They were buildinga stockade together since they were bothered by Indians and wildanimals. It was during that time that a record entry was madeas follows: "Mathias and his brother Samuel died in thewintertime within a few days of each other, and the event wasvery much taken notice of, and considered as a Providence, forthey were Noted Men and carried their work together inPartnership." It is assumed they were killed by Indians.
  • Change Date: 15 Jan 2007 at 17:57:15

    Father: Samuel Haines b: 1611 in Westbury, Wiltshire, England
    Mother: Ellenor Neate b: ABT 1613 in Dilton, Wiltshire, England

    Marriage 1 Mary Fifield b: ABT 1648 in Of, Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire
    • Married: 9 Jan 1673 in Hampton, NH 1
    1. Has No Children Sarah Haines b: 6 Oct 1673 in Greenland, Rockingham, New Hampshire
    2. Has Children Eleanor Haines b: 23 Aug 1675 in Dover, New Hampshire
    3. Has No Children Matthias Haines b: 7 Mar 1675/1676 in Sandy Beach, , Rockingham, New Hampshire
    4. Has No Children William Haines b: 7 Jan 1678/1679 in Of, Westbury, Wiltshire, England
    5. Has No Children Mary Haines b: 27 Jan 1685/1686 in Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire
    6. Has No Children Samuel Haines b: 5 Jul 1687 in Greenfield, , Rockingham, New Hampshire

    1. Repository:
        Name: Family History Library
        Salt Lake City, Utah 84150

      Title: International Genealogical index
      Author: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
      Note: Record submitted by a member of the LDS Church
      Search performed using PAF Insight on 15 Jan 2007
      Text: Mary Fifield; Female; Birth: About 1648 Of Portmouth, , , New Hampshire; Spouse: Samuel Haynes; Marriage: 1672; Film Number: 170676 Page Number: 157 Reference number: 44425

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