Samuel Smith, of Smithtown
|Birthplace:||Southampton, Suffolk, New York|
Son of Richard "Bull" Smith, founder of Smithtown and Sarah Smith
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About Samuel Smith, of Smithtown
- Birth: 1654 in Southampton (Suffolk) Long Island,New York
- Death: 2 Apr 1717
- MARC: 1679 Smithtown (Suffolk) Long Island,New York
- Father: Richard Smith b: 1613 in Gloucester,England
- Mother: Sarah Hammond b: 1619 in Norwich,Norwich (Norfolk) England
- Hannah Perring b: 1655 in Smithtown (Suffolk) Long Island,New York
- Hannah Longbotham
- Phebe Smith b: 1689 in Nissequoque (Suffolk) Long Island,New York
"Samuel lived at Nissequogue, on the west side of the "Horse Race" road. His first land was probably the 100 acres each that he and his brother Adam received in Stony Brook neck. On 29 August 1688, a deed from his father conveyed to him the dwelling and all buildings and lands then in his possession, with additional lands."
Deed to Samuel Smith - Aug 29, 1688 Richard Smith and Wife Sarah Deed to Samuel Smith - August 29 1688
Conveys All his messuage tenement or dwelling house and one acre of land next adjoining for a home lot and 3 acres of land more or less adjoining to the north side of Daniel Smith's home lot and Nissequage river westerly and 20 acres of upland adjoining to ye east side of the land in the occupation of Job Smith bounded northerly by the Cliff and sound and two points of meadow land on ye east side of Nissequogue river below the second brook above the mill Also one equal third part of the tract of land meadow and creek thatch on ye east side of ye river a little to ye southward of a small inclosure late in ye occupation of Jonathan Smith and 2 acres of upland next Rasapeage bay northward of the next brook to ye southward of Adam Smiths farm and all the lands meadows and creek thatch be it whatsoever now in ye tenure and occupation of him the said Samuel It is also agreed that Samuel Smith shall have 3 acres adjoining his house for a home lot on condition he maintains a fence Recorded in Suffolk Co Clerk's office Liber A p 25 RECORDS OF THE TOWN OF SMITHTOWN 69
Descendants of Samuel Smith Son of the Patentee
Samuel Smith was born in 1654 and died April 2, 1717. His homestead was at Nissequogue on the west side of the Horse Race road and north of the residence of the heirs of Caleb T Smith. His son “Quaker” Richard sold it to Daniel Smith 2nd.
Samuel Smith married Hannah Longbotham. Their children were Obadiah, Richard (called “Quaker Richard”), Mary, Phebe wife of Nathaniel Brewster, and Hannah wife of John Stratton.
U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 about Samuel Smith
Name: Samuel Smith
Birth Place: NY
Birth Year: 1654
Spouse Name: Hannah Perring
Number Pages: 1
-------------------- Facts and Events Name Samuel Smith Gender Male Birth? about 1653 Southampton, LI, Suffolk Co., NY Death? 4 Feb 1717 ▼References
Smith, Frederick Kinsman. The family of Richard Smith of Smithtown, Long Island : ten generations. (Smithtown, New York: The Smithtown Historical Society, 1967).
Will of Richard Smith The will of Richard Smith in which his wife joined was recorded in the Lester Will Book of which Pelletreau’s Early Long Island Wills contains an unabridged copy; it is also reprinted in Records of Smithtown.
March ye 5 1691
In ye name of God Amen I Richard Smith Sen of Smithtown in ye County of Suffolk on Long Island in ye Province of New York being sick and weak in body but sound and perfect memory thanks be to God calling to mind ye uncertain state of this life and that we must submit to God’s will when it shall please him to call us out of this life do make constitute and ordain this our last Will and testament hereby revoking and annulling any former or other will or testament made by us either by word or writing Imprimis - We give our souls to God who gave them and our bodies being dead to be decently buried in such place and manner as to our executors hereafter named shall seem convenient
Item - To Jonathan Smith our eldest son - our house barn & orchard joining to his home lot and ye home stall as far as old fence Northward and halfe way from said house to Samuel’s house and thence to ye West ende of ye barn and ye wood close on ye East side of ye little brook over against ye house and 40 acres of land more than his equal share in division with ye rest of our children and that lot of meadow over against ye mill on ye west side of ye river
Item - To our son Richard - our Negro Harry and an equal share of land in division with ye rest of our children
Item - To our som Job we and bequeath our Negro Robin for ye term of 12 years and an equal share of land in division with ye rest of our children and ye end of ye sd 12 years the said Robin shall be free.
Item - To our son Adam we give an equal share of land in division with ye rest of our children
Item - To our son Samuel - ye orchard Southward of the house and half of ye pasture bounded by ye little Creek ye eastward parte thereof and ye lower or Northward most Fresh Island on ye east side of ye river with an equall share of land in division with ye rest of our children and the swamp called ye North swamp with ye land on ye east side which is fenced
Item - To our son Daniel - other half of ye pasture Southward of his house ye westward part of it and an equall share of land in division with ye rest of our children & our will is that James Necke shall be and remaine for ye use and improvement of my 6 sons above and their heirs forever
Item - To our daughter Elizabeth Townley - land and meadow at a place called Sunck Meadow as it is mentioned in a deed made by us & also ye one halfe of my cloathing
Item - To our daughter Lawrence - an equall parte and share in division with ye rest of our children where it shall be most suitable & convenient also ye other halfe of my clothing
Lastly - we doe hereby nominate and appoint our beloved sons Jonathan and Rich Smith Executors of this our last Will & testament to pay our just debts and to make an equall partition amongst all our children of all ye goods and chattels and what moveable estate shall be left.
In Witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands and seales the day and yeare above named
Signed by both Richard Smith w/seal and Sarah Smith w/seal
Sealed & delivered in presence of John Roe Jonathan Lewis Thomas Helme
2 day May 1693 at Brookhaven, Suffolk Co, NY Prerogative Court proved and approved before Coll. William Smith Judge, this to be last will and testament of Richard Smith, Sen, deceased at Smithtown on 7 Mar 1691/92 in which he nominated and appointed his sons Jonathan and Richard tobe his executors.
__________________________ Will of Sarah Smith She made a will dated 20 Jan 1707/1708 which is as follows: In the name of God Amen I Sarah Smith relict of Richard Smith, Sen, deceased of Smithtown in ye County of Suffolk and in ye Province of New Yorke, Doe make my last will and Testament in manner following: First I commit my soul into ye hands of God which gave it, and my body to a decent burial at ye discretion of my Executor hereafter named, in comfortable hopes of a happy and glorious resurrection thro, the power and merits of my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. And as for my outward estate, after debts and my funrall chares are paid, I give and bequeath as followeth.
Imp. I give and bequeath to my son Richard Smith his eldest son Richard all the houses, orchards, and all my lands that my husband left me in ye possession of & that I am at this present in possession of, he yielding and paying me 10 pounds a year and yearly as long as I shall live & at my death to have ye above mentioned premises and his heirs forever, with all the privileges and accomodations thereunto belonging.
I also give my daughter Elizabeth one trunk with all my linens and wearing clothes.
I give to my son Richard’s 2 daughters my silk whod and scarfe. I give a Necke called James Neck to be equally divided amongst my 6 sons Jonathan, Richard, Job, Adam, Samuel, and Daniel.
I give my son Richard’s eldest sonne my blunderbuss. I give my son Richard’s wife my cloake. I give all ye household stuff not here bequeathed to be equally divided among my 6 sons above mentioned.
I give Mr. Geore Philips a Cow, and all ye rest of my stock to be equally divided amonsy my 6 sons above mentioned, it must be unerstood that what I have given my son Richard is to oblige him to quit and mull all debts ye he pretends is owings tohim by my husband or my self, so it may prevent future difference among my children, and also all ye rest of my children to null and void all debts from husband or myself, and to accept of what I have given them in full satisfaction.
I desire also what I gave Mary Petreche she may have it & to be maintained equally amongsy my children.
I hereby null and revoke all former wills & instruments whatsoever & Constitute & appoint my well beloved son Richard Smith to be my executor & to take care and see that this is my last will & testament I have hereunto affixed my hand and seale this twentieth day of January 1707/1708.
The real estate mentioned in the will was probably the land deeded to Richard Smith JR., by both Richard and Sarah Smith, SR, on 31 Aug 1688 and on the same day deed back by Richard Smith JR., to his mother, Sarah Smith
Samuel Smith, of Smithtown's Timeline
Southampton, Suffolk, New York
August 16, 1687
Long Island, New York
Smithtown, Suffolk, NY, USA
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