Samuel Whipple, I

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Samuel Whipple, I

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Death: Died in Providence, Providence, Rhode Island, United States
Place of Burial: N. Burial Ground, Providence, Rhode Island
Immediate Family:

Son of Capt. John Whipple and Sarah Whipple, of Providence
Husband of Mary Whipple
Father of Noah B Whipple; Samuel Whipple, II; Thomas Whipple; Abigail Whipple and Hope Capron
Brother of John Whipple, Jr.; Sarah Arnold, of Dorchester; Cornett Whipple; Eleazer Whipple; Mary Olney and 6 others

Managed by: Desiree "Dez" Stratford
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About Samuel Whipple, I

Samuel was born in Dorchester; baptized March 17, 1644, and died in Providence march 12, 1711. He married Mary, and they had 5 children. He took the oath of allegiance to King Charles II in 1667. Samuel lived in a house on Abbott Lane, near North Main Street in Providence. The house is called the Abbott house and is still standing. Samuel was the first person to be buried in the North Burial Ground, Providence.

Family 1: Mary Harris (1639 - 14 DEC 1722)

MARRIAGE: 1666/1667, Providence,Providence,Rhode Island

+Noah B. Whipple (ABT 1667 - 10 NOV 1703)

+Samuel Whipple (1669 - 19 APR 1728)

+Thomas Whipple (ABT 1671 - BEF 31 MAR 1766)

Abigail Whipple (1683 - ) 
Hope Whipple (ABT 1685 - ) 

Samuel, son of Captain John, was baptized March 17th, 1644, and married Mary Harris. Their family were; Noah, who probably died young; Samuel, Thomas, and Abigail and Hope, both married Robert Curry. Samuel died March 12th, 1711, and was the first to be interred in the North burial ground.

In his will he speaks of his grandsons, Noah, Enoch and Daniel, who were probably sons of Noah, as he is not mentioned in the will. His son, Samuel, settled in Groton, Conn., and was an iron manufacturer. Eleazer, son of Captain John, married Alice Angell. He died August 25th, 1719, and while he had a large family the supposition is that his sons had no male issue. His children were: Eleazer, Alice, Margaret, married John Mowry; Elizabeth, Job, James and Daniel. Mary, daughter of Captain John, married Epenetus Olney. William, son of Captain John, married Mary _____and his children were: Mary, who married a Sprague; William and Seth. He died March 9th, 1712. We have no further records of this family. The other children of Captain John were: Benjamin, David, Joseph, Jonathan, and Abigail, who married first Stephen Dexter, second William Hopkins.

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Samuel Whipple, I's Timeline

1644
March 7, 1644
Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts
March 17, 1644
Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
March 17, 1644
Dorchester, Norfolk, Massachusetts
March 17, 1644
Dorchester, , MA
1667
1667
Age 22
1669
August 11, 1669
Age 25
Providence, Providence, Rhode Island, United States
1671
1671
Age 26
Providence, Providence, Rhode Island
1683
1683
Age 38
1701
August 12, 1701
Age 57
Providence, (Present Providence County), Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations
1710
1710
Age 65
Providence, Rhode Island, United States