To those who have written about Trickeys named "Samuel".
Two Devon England Trickey brothers arrived in Dover before
and/or near (I'm not sure they arrived together) 1640.
Thomas was running a Ferry at Dover Point by 1640. The ferry stayed in the family for more than half a century.
Perhaps the bulk of ME and NH Trickeys are descendants
of Thomas. Two or three times in each generation, Thomas'
descendants used the name Thomas and John for their children.
Francis Trickey was a fisherman. He stayed in Dover for
about a decade, then moved to Portsmouth. His descendants
are fewer in number than those of Thomas; and, for
whatever reasons, they tended in time to gravitate more
toward the population centers. Samuel is a name in use
in both family lines, but more common in that of Francis.
Hope this helped someone.
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