Samuel Wright Stebbins

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Samuel Wright Stebbins

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Birthplace: Springfield, Middlesex County (Present Hampden County), Massachusetts Bay Colony, (Present USA)
Death: Died in Springfield, Hampshire County (Present Hampden County), Province of Massachusetts, (Present USA)
Immediate Family:

Son of Lieutenant Thomas Stebbins; Thomas Stebbins; Hannah Stebbins and Honora Stebbins
Husband of <private> Stebbins (Brooks); Abigail Stebbins and Joanna Lamb
Father of Joanna Stebbins; John Stebbins; Ebenezer Stebbins; Lt. William Stebbins; Lt. Thomas Stebbins and 7 others
Brother of Sarah Bliss (Stebbins); Thomas Stebbins, Jr.; Joseph Stebbins; Lieutenant Joseph Stebbins; Edward Stebbins and 5 others

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About Samuel Wright Stebbins

BIOGRAPHY: The first mention of Samuel Stebbins in the Springfield town records was in 1657, when he would have been about eleven years old, and his seat in the meeting house was assigned. He received a grant of thirty acres of land on December 8, 1664; he was then eighteen, and apparently now an adult.

Greenlee says that he was one of the signers of a petition dated February 4, 1700-01, to Lieutenant Governor Stoughton for the settlement of a new plantation, later known as Brimfield. The petition was granted, but the Indian war interfered with its immediate settlement. Greenlee does not show any further connection between Samuel Stebbins and the town of Brimfield; apparently he died (in1708) before he could effect the move. Samuel was also one of the signers of a petition for the concession of lands from Pecowsic to Enfield in 1703, but he apparently remained a legal resident of Springfield; that was where his estate was probated, and where his lands were located, except for four acres at Great Watchoage.

Samuel served under Capt. William Turner in King Philip's War.

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Samuel served as a viewer of fences and as 'hayward'for Longmeadow, MA. In 1700 he signed a petition to Gov. Stoughton for settlement of what became Brimfield, MA. In 1703 he signed a petition for the concession of lands from Pecowsic to Enfield

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Samuel Wright Stebbins's Timeline

1646
September 19, 1646
Springfield, Middlesex County (Present Hampden County), Massachusetts Bay Colony, (Present USA)
1679
July 22, 1679
Age 32
Springfield, Hampshire County (Present Hampden County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, (Present USA)
1680
March 12, 1680
Age 33
1681
December 26, 1681
Age 35
1683
1683
Age 36
1685
December 10, 1685
Age 39
Springfield, Hampshire County (Present Hampden County), Massachusetts Bay Colony, (Present USA)
1686
February 13, 1686
Age 39
Springfield, Hampden Co., MA, USA
1688
November 30, 1688
Age 42
Springfield, Hampden Co., MA, USA
1691
August 19, 1691
Age 44
Springfield, Hampden, MA, USA
1693
July 27, 1693
Age 46
Springfield, Hampshire County (Present Hampden County, Province of Massachusetts, (Present USA)