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HELP! Grave has been located flag male ancestor  Samuel  WOODRUFF

  (b. 26 August 1661 Farmington, New Haven Colony   d. 8 January 1742 Southington, Crown Colony of Connecticut )  

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WOODRUFF Family Genealogy

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Samuel WOODRUFF was born 26 August 1661 in Farmington, New Haven Colony . Samuel WOODRUFF was the child of Matthew WOODRUFF   and   Hannah UNKNOWN

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Samuel  married  Rebeckah CLARK February 1686 in Farmington, Connecticut Colony .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Rebeckah CLARK  was born 26 January 1663 in Farmington, Connecticut, USA (Unionville).  Rebeckah died 4 August 1737 in Southington, Connecticut, USA (Plantsville).  Rebeckah was the child of John CLARK and Rebecca MARVIN.

Samuel WOODRUFF died 8 January 1742 in Southington, Crown Colony of Connecticut .
Details of the family tree of Samuel appear below.
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Prior to 1638 - Connecticut, New England
1638 - 1662 - New Haven Colony
1662 - 1687 - Connecticut Colony
1688 - 1689 - Dominion of New England
1690 - 1787 - Crown Colony of Connecticut
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  • 1661 Birth
    26 August 1661
    Farmington, Connecticut, USA (Unionville)

  • Farmington, Connecticut, USA (Unionville)
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  • 1686 Marriage / Partner
    Samuel WOODRUFF and Rebeckah CLARK February 1686, Farmington, Connecticut, USA (Unionville)
  • 1703 Birth of Child
    Rachel WOODRUFF was born 20 November 1703, Farmington, Connecticut, USA (Unionville)
  • 1737 Death of Spouse/Partner
    Rebeckah CLARK died 4 August 1737, Southington, Connecticut, USA (Plantsville)
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    Southington, CT Settler's Monument
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  • 1742 Death
    8 January 1742
    Southington, Connecticut, USA (Plantsville)


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Samuel WOODRUFF married Grave has been locatedflag female ancestor Rebeckah CLARK-- Date: February 1686 Place: Farmington, Connecticut Colony
Rebeckah CLARK was the child of John CLARK and Rebecca MARVIN




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1661 Birth
26 August 1661
Farmington, Connecticut, USA (Unionville)

Farmington, Connecticut, USA (Unionville)
Postcard
1686 Marriage / Partner
Samuel WOODRUFF and Rebeckah CLARK February 1686, Farmington, Connecticut, USA (Unionville)
1703 Birth of Child
Rachel WOODRUFF was born 20 November 1703, Farmington, Connecticut, USA (Unionville)
1737 Death of Spouse/Partner
Rebeckah CLARK died 4 August 1737, Southington, Connecticut, USA (Plantsville)
Samuel WOODRUFF
pinterest
Southington, CT Settler's Monument
findagrave.com
1742 Death
8 January 1742
Southington, Connecticut, USA (Plantsville)

Samuel is buried at: Oak Hill Cemetery Southington Hartford County Connecticut, USA
Added: 9/6/2016 6:59:24 AM - Updated: 1/27/2022 2:45:20 PM

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