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Adams family of York Maine
Posted by: JHS (ID *****7695) Date: July 05, 2005 at 20:22:53
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I am hoping to connect with other descendants of Samuel Adams and his Alice (Stone) and children, Edith and Philip who came to Agamenticus (York ME)in about 1646. Governor Edward Godfrey of the Province of Maine granted land rights at York to new settlers, among them was Samuel Adams. His name appeared on a list of land grants. Samuel lived in the village of York on Meetinghouse Creek. Later known as Barrell Mill Pond."

I descend from his son, Philip, who married Jane Turpin, their son, Thomas and his wife Hannah Parker, and further, Samuel Adams.

If you are descended from this family or have information about them. In addition, if you have any information on the two Adams that were killed in the Indian massacre in 1692 that would be much appreciated also.

Thank you for any assistance.

JHS


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