About Samuel Hill
Graduated Harvard College in 1735, a class-mate of Reverend Ivory Hovey. He was pastor of the First Church in Marshfield, Massachusetts, 1740 to 1752. Mr. Hill's connection with the church of that place was dissolved, and he with his wife was received into the church of Biddeford. He was resided some time in the house of his late father-in-law, and was chosen representative of the town 1754.
- The Jordan Memorial by Tristram Frost Jordan page 158.
- First Church of Biddeford Admissions July 12, [1752.] Rev. Samuel Hill, Sarah Hill, by a dismission from 1st Church in Marshfield.
- [htp://books.google.com/books?id=6b0rAAAAYAAJ&lpg=PA21&ots=xwkB47j8BR&dq=reverend%20samuel%20hill%20first%20church%20in%20marshfield&pg=PA21#v=onepage&q=reverend%20samuel%20hill%20first%20church%20in%20marshfield&f=false Journals of the Rev. Thomas Smith, and the Rev. Samuel Deane]: pastors .... By Thomas Smith, Samuel Deane. Page 21. "Sarah Jordan married to the Rev Samuel Hill of Marshfield who came to Saco in 1752 and died in 1764."
- Memorials of Marshfield: And Guide Book to Its Localities at Green Harbor
By Marica Abiah Thomas. Page 16. "The succeeding pastors of the first church were Samuel Hill, Maiden, HC 1735 from 1740 to 1752"