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11. Sergt. Samuel Seymour

11. SERGT. SAMUEL3 SEYMOUR (Richard2, Richard1), of Farmington, Conn., born at Farmington, died about 1749. He married at Farmington, 10 May 1706, HANNAH3 NORTH, living 19 Apr. 1758, when she became a member of a new church at New Britain, Conn., organized on that date, daughter of Thomas2 (John1) and Hannah (Newell).

Samuel Seymour lived at Kensington Parish, Farmington. He owned the covenant in the Farmington church, 11 May 1707; and he and his wife were among the ten original members of the Kensington church, which was formed 10 Dec. 1712: Administration on the estate of Samuel Seymour, late of Farmington, was granted 1 Aug. 1749 to Isaac North of Wethersfield, Conn., who gave bonds with

James North of Farmington. A division of the estate was made 17 Jan. 1749/50 between Hannah Seymour, the widow, the heirs of Samuel Seymour, Hannah wife of Allen Goodrich, Mary wife of Dea. Anthony Judd, Rebecca wife of Elisha Goodrich, Mercy wife of Uriah Judd, Sarah wife of James North, and Ruth wife of Phineas Judd.

Children, born at Farmington:
i. HANNAH4, b. 28 Mar. 1706/7; m. at Farmington, 10 Dec. 1729, as his second wife, ALLEN3 GOODRICH, b. at Wethersfield, Conn., 13 Nov. 1690, d. 8 Apr. 1764, s. of John2 (William1) and Rebecca (Allen). They resided at Wethersfield and Farmington.
Children:
1. John, b. 26 Mar. 1734; m. 7 Oct. 1757, Hannah Dewey.
2. Asahel, b. 13 Sept. 1736; m. (1) 1 Jan. 1764, Abigail Gilbert; m. (2) 3 Nov. 1775, Sarah Woodruff.
ii. MARY, b. 13 Nov. 1708; d. s.p.; m., as his second wife, DEA. ANTHONY3 JUDD, s. of John2 (Thomas1) and Mary (Howkins).1) The will of Dea. Anthony Judd of the parish of Kensington, town of Farmington, dated 3 Jan. 1749/50, names his wife Mary, his two daughters, viz., Lydia wife of Job Cole and Susanna relict of Samuel Seymour dec'd,2) and his three sons, Amos Phineas,3) and John.
iii. REBECCA, b. 23 June 1711; d.2 May 1792; m. at Farmington, 21 Nov. 1734, ELISHA4 GOODRICH, b. 2 Sept. 1712, s. of Allen3 (John2, William1) and Elizabeth (Goodrich) and stepson of Rebecca's sister Hannah.
Children:
1. Elisha, b. 12 Mar. 1736; m. 29 June 1758, Sybil Mix.
2. Josiah, b. 15 Jan. 1740; m. (1) 10 Sept. 1767, Ruth Gilbert; m. (2) 25 Feb. 1779, Abigail (Wolcott) Wright.
32. iv. SAMUEL.
v. MERCY, b. 11 Sept. 1715; d. at Lenox, Mass.; m. at Farmington, 19 Feb. 1747, as his second wife, URIAH4 JUDD, b. at Farmington 28 Dec. 1713, d. at Lenox, s. of Benjamin3 (Benjamin2, Thomas1) and Susanna (North).4) They removed to Pittsfield, Mass., in May 1769, and thence to Lenox in 1774.
Children:
1. Uriah, b. 20 Dec. 1745;5) m. (1) in 1772 Lucy Miller; m. (2) Elizabeth Brartle.
2. Mehitabel, m. Benjamin Bush of Sheffield [?Mass.].
3. Samuel, m. (intention recorded 23 Apr. 1774) Naomi Noble.
4. Benjamin, b. 3 July 1755; m. in 1776, Keziah Jacobs.
5. Mercy, m. Rufus Parker of Lenox.
6. Molly, b. 7 May 1761; m. Titus Parker of Lenox.
vi. SARAH, b. abt. 1720; d. 20 Aug. 1781, aged 61; m. (1) her first cousin, JAMES4 NORTH, b. 17 Apr. 1709, d. at Canaan, Conn., in 1758, s. of Thomas3 (Thomas2, John1) and Martha (Royce); m. (2) 27 Sept. 1759, JUDAH HART, b. 25 Oct. 1709, d. 14 Sept. 1784, s. of John and Esther (Gridley).
Children by first husband:
1. Thomas, drowned in the French and Indian War.
2. Asher, b. in 1741; m. 29 Apr. 1773, Betsey Foster.
3. Lydia, b. abt. 1746; d. unm. 18 Apr. 1814, aged 68.
4. James, b. 18 Jan. 1748; m. 29 Sept. 1774, Rhoda Judd.
5. Sarah, b. 22 Feb. 1749; m. 19 Apr. 1770, Judah Hart, Jr.
6. Mercy, b. in 1753; m. 18 July 1782, Samuel Bass.
vii. RUTH, b. abt. 1724; d. 23 Nov. 1799, aged 75; m. PHINEAS4 JUDD, b. at Farmington 4 Feb. 1714/15, d. there 22 Dec. 1790, aged 75, s. of Dea. Anthony3 (John2, Thomas1) and Susanna (Woodford) and stepson of Ruth's sister Mary. The will of Capt. Phineas Judd of Berlin [Conn.], dated 14 Apr. 1788, and proved 4 Jan. 1791, names wife Ruth, three sons, Anthony, Job, and Isaac, daughters Ruth Root, Susanna Smith, and Hannah Hooker, and two granddaughters, Betsey and Polly Judd, both under 18.
Children:
1. Phineas, b. 30 Dec. 1750; m. 17 Dec. 1780, Elizabeth Mazuzen.
2. Anthony, b. 1 Aug. 1752; m. 29 Aug. 1782, Rebecca Belden.
3. Ruth, b. 31 Mar. 1754; m. (1) 11 Oct. 1772, Gordon Smith; m. (2) Elijah Root.
4. Susanna, b. 7 Feb. 1756; m. 7 July 1774, Elijah Smith.
5. Job, b. 21 Oct. 1757; m. — Andrus.
6. Isaac.
7. Hannah, b. 15 Mar. 1761; m. 17 Mar. 1785, Martin Hooker.
8. Selah, b. 17 July 1763; m. Elizabeth Andrews.


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1)
Dea. Anthony Judd married first, 26 June 1707, Susanna Woodford.
2) , 3)
Susanna, daughter of Dea. Anthony Judd hy his first wife, married Samuel4 Seymour(32), brother of her stepmother, Mary (Seymour) Judd. Dea. Anthony Judd's son Phineas married Ruth4 Seymour (11, vii), sister of his stepmother.
4)
Uriah Judd married first, 20 Dec. 1744, Mabel Bidwell, who died 25 Aug. 1745.
5)
Sic. Probably an error in the year. Uriah's first child was named Seymour.
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