Samuel Hoar (1685 - 1746) MP

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Birthplace: Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA
Death: Died in Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA
Managed by: John H. Nye
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About Samuel Hoar

Taunton, Bristol Co., MA, Births, 1660-1790 Extracted from Proprietors' Records, Edgar H. Reed, NEHGR Vol 16, 1862

Samuel Hoar, son of Nathaniel Hoar & Sarah Wilbore - b. 22 Mar 1684/5

Was a wheel wright at Taunton. Founded the Middleboro family. Moved to Middleboro, Massachusetts about 1712. Was a prosperous land owner and in 1741 he divided most of his property between his surviving sons, Robert and William.

Source: Book

Title: The Peirce Family of the Old Colony or The Lineal Descendants of Abraham Peirce. By Ebenezer W. Peirce of Freetown, Mass. Published 1870

Pages 49 and 50

Rebecca Peirce. Daughter of Isaac Peirce, Sen.; m. Samuel Hoar, of Middleborough, Mass. Rebecca died July 12, 1765. Samuel died Feb. 13, 1746.

Samuel Hoar and wife Rebecca Peirce had:

Samuel, b. Aug. 12, 1716; d. April 5, 1736.

Robert, b. May 23, 1719; m. three times: 1st, Sarah Wuillis, who died Jan. 13, 1753; m. 2nd, Oct. 4, 1753, Judith Tinkham, who died Feb. 26, 1761; and he m. 3rd, Nov. 26, 1761, Rachel Hoskins. The Hoar family at Pelham are his descendants.

William, b. Dec. 30, 1721; m. Jan 31, 1745, Sarah, a daughter of Henry Hoskins, of Taunton, and granddaughter of William Hoskins of that town. William Hoar was Deacon of the 2nd Calvinist Baptist Church in Middleborough. He died April 25, 1795. Sarah his wife died Nov. 15, 1774. His posterity are in Middleborough, Lakeville and Freetown.

Jacob, b. July 7, 1724; died March 24, 1736.

The Hoar family were buried in the Caswell burial-ground in East Taunton, and from the dates on their tomb-stones I learn they died as above stated. The dates of their births and marriages were copied from the town records of Middleborough. Major Peter Hoar, an officer of the Patriot army in the American Revolution, was a son of Robert Hoar and 2nd wife Judith Tinkham. Maj. Peter Hoar died March 12, 1815, aged 60 years, and was buried in the cemetery of the Peirce family in Middleborough, now Lakeville. He left no children. Was one of the most excellent of the earth.

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Samuel Hoar's Timeline

1685
March 22, 1685
Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA
1715
1715
Age 29
Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
1716
August 12, 1716
Age 31
Middleboro, Massachusetts
1719
May 23, 1719
Age 34
Middleboro, Plymouth, Mass.
1721
December 30, 1721
Age 36
Middleboro, MA
December 30, 1721
Age 36
Middleboro, Massachusetts
1724
July 7, 1724
Age 39
Middleboro, Massachusetts
1746
February 13, 1746
Age 60
Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA
1912
December 5, 1912
Age 60
1920
October 6, 1920
Age 60