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About Samuel Parkman

Samuel Parkman, son of Rev. Ebenezer Parkman and Hannah Breck, was born 22 Aug 1751 in Westborough, Worcester MA and died on 11 June 1824.

Married:

  1. on 11 Feb 1773 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts to Sarah Shaw, (1752-1784), daughter of Francis Shaw and Sarah Burt.
  2. on 8 May 1784 in Littleton, Massachusetts to Sarah Rogers (1755-1835), daughter of Rev. Daniel Rogers and Elizabeth Ruggles.

Children of Samuel Parkman and Sarah Shaw:

  1. Hannah Parkman
  2. John Parkman b. 1782

Children of Sarah Rogers and Samuel Parkman:

  1. Elizabeth Willard Parkman b: 31 MAR 1785 in Cambridge, Middlesex, MA m. Robert Gould Shaw (1776-1853)
  2. Francis PARKMAN , Rev. b: 3 JUN 1788 in Boston, Suffolk, MA m. Caroline Hall (1794-1871)
  3. George PARKMAN b: 19 FEB 1790
  4. Samuel PARKMAN b: SEP 1791
  5. Daniel PARKMAN b: SEP 1794

"Samuel Parkman's store was on Merchants' Row. His house stood on the corner of Green and Chardon streets. The Electric Railway Station now occupies his old site. He built two houses for his two daughters on a part of his large garden, which still stand facing Bowdoin Square between Green and Cambridge streets.

Samuel Parkman, with Elias Hasket Derby, of Salem, Samuel and William Shaw, of Boston, and a few other merchants of the day, amassed a large fortune in exporting indigo, tar, turpentine, masts, etc., and bringing back from India and China vessels laden with the rich manufactures of those countries.

In 1801 he presented to the Westborough Church the first bell which had ever rung to call the people to worship, and the day that they voted their thanks to him they decided to add a steeple to their plain meeting-house. This was afterwards taken down, and the " old Arcade," as we know it, may have resembled the church as it was in the minister's day more nearly than the building re- constructed from the recollections of our "oldest inhabitants." The bell, cast by Paul Revere, is now in the belfry of the Baptist Church.

Among the portraits hanging in Faneuil Hall are two presented by Samuel Parkman; one of Peter Faneuil, by Col. Henry Sargent, the other a full-length of Washington, standing by his white horse, by Stuart." from: https://archive.org/stream/diaryofrevebenez00park/diaryofrevebenez00park_djvu.txt

Links

Sources

  1. Dudley, Dean. History and Genealogy of the Dudley Family, Dean Dudley, 1898 Page: 896
  2. Dudley, Dean. The history of the Dudley family; containing the genealogy of each branch in various countries, from their first settlement in America, and tracing the ancestry back to the Norman Conquest of England (1894)

Citations

  1. Dean, p. 896

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Samuel Parkman's Timeline

1751
August 22, 1751
Westborough, Worcester, Masschusetts
1773
February 11, 1773
Age 21
Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts
1774
February 12, 1774
Age 22
Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts
1777
July 9, 1777
Age 25
Concord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States
1780
April 6, 1780
Age 28
Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
1782
January 25, 1782
Age 30
Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts
1784
May 8, 1784
Age 32
1785
March 21, 1785
Age 33
Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts
1788
June 3, 1788
Age 36
Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
1790
February 19, 1790
Age 38
Beacon Hill, Boston, Massachusetts, United States