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Samuel Allyne Otis

Nicknames: "Allyn"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Cambridge, MA, USA
Death: Died in Newburyport, MA, USA
Place of Burial: Saint Pauls Episcopal Churchyard, Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Hon. Samuel Allyne Otis, 1st Secretary of the U.S. Senate and Elizabeth Otis
Husband of Elizabeth Coffin Marquand and Elizabeth Otis
Father of Rev. George Otis; Elisabeth Marquand Delavan; Samuel Allyne Otis; Marian Hill; James Tristram Coffin Frederic Otis and 1 other
Brother of Harrison Gray Otis, U.S. Senator; Elizabeth Otis; Abigail Otis; Jonathan Mayhew Otis and George Otis
Half brother of Harriet Otis and Mary Otis

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About Samuel Allyne Otis

  • Title The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volumes 3-4
  • Contributor New England Historic Genealogical Society
  • Publisher New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1849
  • Original from University of Minnesota
  • Digitized Mar 29, 2011

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Hon. Samuel Allyne4 (76), who m. Elizabeth, dau. of Hon. Harrison Gray; and, 2d, Mary, widow of Edward Gray, and dau. of Israel Smith, had:

(172) L Harrison Gray,6 b. 8 Oct., 1765, m. Sally, dau. of William Foster, Esq., merchant of Boston, 31 May, 1790. She was b. 10 Jan., 1770, and d. 6 Sept., 1838, ae. 66 years and 8 months nearly. A very just tribute to her memory may be found in a Philadelphia paper of the time.

Mr. Otis d. 28 Oct., 1848, Saturday, at 2 o'clock, A. M., at his residence in Beacon Street, Boston, in the 84th year of his age.

He graduated at H. C. 1783, read law with John Lowell, was admitted to the Bar 1786, and was chosen Representative in Congress for the Suffolk District in 1797, as soon as he was constitutionally qualified by age, as the successor of Fisher Ames, which station he held during the whole of the Administration of John Adams — eight years. For many years he was an active and efficient member of one or other branch of the State Legislature; — Speaker of the House of Representatives from 1803 to 1805, and for six years President of the Senate. He also, at different periods, held the office of Judge of the Boston Court of Common Pleas, and third Mayor of the city of Boston, Jan., 1829. He was elected a Senator to the 16th Congress, 1817, which station he held for five years, when he resigned, June, 1822.

In 1823, after the long administration of Gov. Brooks, he was the Federal candidate for Governor of the Commonwealth, but the strong rally of the Democratic party in that year, brought into office Gov. Eustis in opposition to him.

He was one of the prominent members of the convention that met at Hartford in Dec., 1814, to deliberate on the condition of public affairs;— and many years since he wrote and published a series of letters, in a pamphlet form, in vindication of the views and proceedings of that convention.

On retiring from the mayoralty, he withdrew from all public employment, and resided till his decease in his elegant mansion in Boston.

(173) II. Samuel Allyne,6 b. 1768, m. Elizabeth Coffin; and, 2d, Elizabeth Coffin Marquand. He was bred to commerce, and established in business with the brightest prospects at Cape Francois, when the insurrection burst forth which drove him, and all the whites who escaped massacre, from the island. He afterwards settled in Newburyport, Ms., where he d. in 1814.

(174) III. George,6 b. , d. early.

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Samuel Allyne,6 (173) who m. 1st, Elizabeth Coffin, had:

(326) I. George/b. 1797, grad. H. C, 1815, at which college he was Professor until he accepted the call as Pastor of Christ Ch., Cambridge. "He d. 1828, in the discharge of his ministerial duties, and left, in the virtues of the people, the most beautiful memorials of their worth;"

(327) II. Elizabeth m. Henry W. Delavan,of Albany, N. Y. and d.;

(328) III. Samuel Allyne , resides at Nashville, Tenn., a merchant;

(329) IV. Marian , m. Wm. Hill, of Cambridge, three children;

(330) V. James Frederic/ (first named Tristram Coffin,) m. Susan Higginson, resides in New York, an editor;

(331) VI. Joseph Marquand , m. , and resides in Taunton, Ms., and has children.

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Samuel Allyne Otis's Timeline

1768
1768
Cambridge, MA, USA
1796
June 2, 1796
Age 28
Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States
1797
July 14, 1797
Age 29
Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States
1803
June 26, 1803
Age 35
Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States
1805
June 6, 1805
Age 37
Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States
1814
October 27, 1814
Age 46
Newburyport, MA, USA
1814
Age 46
Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States
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