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Samuel HUNTINGTON
Mary [CLARK?]
Husband:  Samuel HUNTINGTON
Birth:  1 Mar 1665, Norwich, New London Co., CT
Death:  10 May 1717, Lebanon, New London Co., CT
Father:  Simon HUNTINGTON
Mother:  Sarah CLARKE
Marriage:  29 Oct 1686, Norwich, New London Co., CT
Wife:  Mary [CLARK?]
Birth:  ca. 1667
Death:  5 Oct 1743, Lebanon, New London Co., CT
Father possibly:  William CLARK of Wethersfield
Children:
born in Norwich, New London Co., CT:
1.  Elizabeth HUNTINGTON, b. 24 Apr 1688/9; d. 27 Dec 1761; m. 23 Feb 1710, Moses CLARK
2.  Samuel HUNTINGTON, b. 28 Aug 1691; d. ca. 1785; m. 4 Dec 1722, Hannah METCALF
3.  Caleb HUNTINGTON, b. 8 Feb 1693/4; m. 28 Jan 1720, Lydia GRISWOLD
4.  Mary HUNTINGTON, b. 1 Oct 1696; d. 30 Jul 1712? 1717?
5.  Rebecca HUNTINGTON, b. Feb 1698/9; m. 20 Jun 1717, Joseph CLARK

born in Lebanon, New London Co., CT:
6.  Sarah HUNTINGTON, b. 22 Oct 1701
7.  John HUNTINGTON, b. 17 May 1706 
8.  Simon HUNTINGTON, b. 15 Aug 1708; d. 22 Aug 1753; m. 15 May 1735, Sarah __?__

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Sources: 

1.  Anon.  1915.  The Huntington Family in America: a Genealogical Memoir of the Known Descendants of Simon Huntington from 1633 to 1915.  Huntington Family Assn., Hartford, CT (online at GenealogyLibrary.com).  See excerpt

2.  Nelson Osgood Rhoades, ed.  1912.  Colonial Families of the United States of America.  Vol. VII.  Grafton Press, NY (George Norbury MacKenzie edited the first six volumes; republ. 1966/1995 by Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, MD; online at GenealogyLibrary.com):
p. 315 LIEUTENANT SAMUEL HUNTINGTON, of Lebanon, Connecticut; b. 1st March, 1665, in Norwich, Connecticut; d. 10th May, 1717, in Lebanon.  Removed to Lebanon in 1700.  Before his removal, he held many local offices and was constable in 1692.  Ten years after his removal to Norwich, the citizens OF Lebanon appointed him on a commission to locate a new meeting house about which a dispute had arisen.  He was a large land owner in Norwich and Lebanon and for services as a military officer was entered in the records as Lieutenant.  On 3d February, 1687, the town of Norwich granted him a parcel OF land at Trading Cove Brook, "by the father's to be laid out by measure, 30 or 40 rods wide, the length of his father's land."  He m. 29th October, 1686, Mary CLARK, d. October, 1743, probably dau. of William CLARK, of Wethersfield.  He name was entered on a list of Lebanon Churches, 1701.

ISSUE

   I. Elizabeth, b. 24th April, 1688-1689; d. 27th December, 1761; m. 23d February, 1710, Moses CLARK.
  II. Samuel, b. 28th Aug, 1691; d. circa 1785; m. 4th December, 1722, Hannah METCALF.

p. 316  III. Caleb, b. 8th February, 1693-1694; m. 28th January, 1720, Lydia GRISWOLD.
  IV. Mary, b. 19th October, 1696; d. 30th July, 1717.
   V. Rebecca, b. February, 1698-1699; m. 20th June, 1717, Joseph CLARK.
  VI. Sarah, b. 22d October, 1701.
 VII. John, b. 17th May, 1706, of whom later.
VIII. Simon, b. 15th August, 1708; d. 22d August, 1753; m. 15th May, 1735, Sarah (surname not given).

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