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About Lydia Sampson

Descendant of Mayflower passenger Myles Standish and Mayflower passengers John Alden and Priscilla (Mullins) Alden


She was a descendant of The Standish and Alden lineage of The Mayflower. From Find a Grave:

Daughter of Alexander and Sarah (Alden) Standish and sister to many. Married Issac Sampson (or later spelled Samson by others), on Oct. 26, 1686 in Duxbury. He is buried in Hillcrest Cem, Plympton, Plymouth Co.h along with her son Jonathon b. 1689 and possibly other kids. Son Ephriam b. 1698 is buried in Cem. On The Green in Middleboro, Plymouth Co. Not sure where she's buried.==Biography== Lydia Sampson was born in 1662 in Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, Colonial America. Her parents were Alexander Standish and Sarah Standish.




Lydia married Isaac Sampson. Together they had the following children:

She died on April 30, 1734, in Middleborough, Plymouth, Massachusetts, Colonial America.


Descendant of Mayflower passengers John and Priscilla Alden and Myles Standish https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/87160109/lydia-sampson


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Lydia Sampson's Timeline

1662
1662
Plymouth, Massachusetts, Colonial America
1688
April 18, 1688
Plymouth, Plymouth Colony
1689
February 9, 1689
Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Colonial America
1692
June 5, 1692
Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Colonial America
1694
April 22, 1694
Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Colonial America
1698
May 8, 1698
Plympton, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Colonial America
1700
November 12, 1700
Plympton, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Colonial America
November 12, 1700
Plympton, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Colonial America
1701
1701
Plympton, Plymouth, Province of Massachusetts, Colonial America
1705
February 12, 1705
Plymouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, Colonial America