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James SAMPSON
Hannah (WHITMAN) WAITE
Husband:  James SAMPSON
Birth:  1651, Dartmouth, Bristol Co., MA
Death:  7 Jul 1718, Dartmouth, Bristol Co., MA
Father:  Henry SAMSON, Mayflower Passenger (b. 15 Jan 1603/4, Henlow, Bedfordshire, England; d. 24 Dec 1684, Duxbury, MA), s/o James & Martha (SAMSON) COOPER
Mother:  Ann/Anne PLUMMER (m. 6 Feb 1635/6, Plymouth, MA)
Marriage:  bef. 6 May 1679, Dartmouth, Bristol Co., MA
Wife:  Hannah WHITMAN
Birth:  24 Aug 1641, of Berkeley, Bristol Co., MA
Death:  8 Oct 1720, Dartmouth, Bristol Co., MA
Other Spouse:  m1. Samuel WAIT/WAITE
Father:  John WHITMAN
Children born in Dartmouth, Bristol Co., MA:
1.  James SAMPSON, ca. 1680 
2.  Henry SAMPSON
3.  Joseph SAMPSON; m. Sarah SAMPSON
4.  Anna SAMPSON; m. Shubal SMITH
5.  Penelope SAMPSON; m. Abraham SAMPSON
6.  Susannah SAMPSON, b. 1690; m. Benjamin HILLMAN
7.  Priscilla SAMPSON, b. 1692; m. Samuel HAMMOND


Sources:

1.  Susan E. Roser.  1995/6.  Mayflower Increasings.  2nd ed. Genealogical Publ. Co., Baltimore, MD.

2.  Caleb Johnson's Mayflower Web Pages.

3.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service:  AF - Ancestral File (online at FamilySearch.org).

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