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Mary Sabin (Billington)

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Plymouth, Plymouth Colony
Death: Died in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Province of Massachusetts
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Francis Billington, Mayflower passenger and Christiana Billington (Penn)
Wife of Sgt. Samuel Sabin
Mother of Samuel Sabin; Mercy Sabin; Sarah Sabin; Israel Sabin; Mary (Marye) Cooper and 5 others
Sister of Elizabeth Patey; Joseph Billington; Isaac Billington, Sr.; Desire Bonney; Elinor Warren, (Billington) and 5 others
Half sister of Rachel Ramsden; Benjamin Edson Eaton, I; Christopher "Ideote" Eaton and unk. died young Eaton

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About Mary Sabin (Billington)

Mary Billington

  • Birth: 1640 - Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts
  • Death: after June 28 1717 - Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts
  • Parents: Francis Billington, Christian Penn
  • Husband: Samuel Sabin
  • Children: Samuel Sabin, Mercy Or Mary Welch (born Sabin), Sarah Kingsley (born Sabin), Israel Sabin, Experience Sabin, Mary Or Marye Cooper (born Sabin)

Mary Billington's family is mentioned in "Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Vol Five, Edward Winslow and John Billington" Publ by General Society of Mayflower Descendants: 1991, p 42, hereafter, Hodge, as follows:

"This family lived at Rehoboth, where Samuel Sabin was called planter and miller. He served in King Philip's War, and in the Phips expedition to Quebec in 1690. The will of Samuel Sabin of Rehoboth, written 14 Jul 1690 "called forth to war against the French," was presented 16 Oct 1699. Mentioned in it were his wife, sons Samuel and Israel to have the real estate, daus. Mercy and Sarah each to have three pounds, and the same sum to the youngest dau. at her marriage. The son Samuel was named executor with his mother, but in a lengthy written agreement, Samuel renounced executorship in favor of administration by his brother Israel and mother widow Mary Sabin. The agreement described property in the estate inherited from "grandfather William Sabin," and land purchased from "uncle John Martin." John Kingsley was one of the bondsmen in the administration of the estate. On 1 Aug 1707 Mary Sabin of Rehoboth joined her sisters Elizabeth Patte, Dorcas May and Mercy Martin, wife of John Martin, in conveying their rights to the Middleboro land of their deceased father, Francis Billington, "for love" to their niece Desire Billington, d/o their brother Isaac."

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Mary Sabin's Timeline

1640
1640
Plymouth, Plymouth Colony
1663
November 20, 1663
Age 23
Rehoboth, Plymouth Colony
1664
November 27, 1664
Age 24
Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA
1666
March 8, 1666
Age 26
Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA
1667
August 10, 1667
Age 27
Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts
1673
June 16, 1673
Age 33
Rehoboth, Bristol, MA, USA
1678
March 4, 1678
Age 38
Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts
1721
June 28, 1721
Age 81
Rehoboth, Bristol County, Province of Massachusetts
1918
March 12, 1918
Age 81
1923
March 1, 1923
Age 81