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Samuel Abbey was born July 27, 1726, in Glastonbury, Hartford Co., CT, and died August 10, 1806, in Portland, Middlesex Co., CT, at age 80. Buried in Portland Burying Ground, Portland, Middlesex Co., CT. He is the son of Benjamin Abbe of Salem, Essex Co., MA, and Mary A. Tryon of Glastonbury, Hartford Co., CT.

Rachel Matson was born November 4, 1733, in Glastonbury, Hartford Co., CT, and died August 6, 1774, in Portland, Middlesex Co., CT, at age 40. Buried in Portland Burying Ground, Portland, Middlesex Co., CT. She is the daughter of Thomas Matson, and Rachel Fox.

Samuel Abbey and Rachel Matson were married January 29, 1751, in Chatham, Middlesex Co., CT.

Samuel Abbey and Rachel (Matson) Abbey had eleven children:

  1. Benjamin Abbey: Born November 3, 1752, in Chatham, Middlesex Co., CT; Died July 31, 1792, in Portland, Middlesex Co., CT (age 39). Married April 11, 1776, in Chatham, Middlesex Co., CT, to Lois Stocking: Born about 1760 in Chatham, Middlesex Co., CT; Died September 29, 1824, in Portland, Middlesex Co., CT (age 64).

  2. Samuel Abbey Jr.: Born August 17, 1759, in Chatham, Middlesex Co., CT; Died February 28, 1841, in Milo, Yates Co., NY (age 81). Married May 27, 1827, in Milo, Yates Co., NY, to Margaret Lee: Born Unknown; Died Unknown.
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Samuel Abbey then married Sarah (Warren) Leland.

Sarah Warren was born 1731 in Connecticut, and died 1803 in Unknown. Buried in Old Oak Street Burial Ground, Grafton, Worcester Co., MA. She is the daughter of Samuel Warren of Weston, Middlesex Co., MA, and Tabitha Stone of Unknown.

Sarah Warren was first married to Phineas Leland.

Phineas Leland was born December 24, 1730, in Grafton, Worcester Co., MA, and died October 6, 1773, in Grafton, Worcester Co., MA, at age 42. He is the son of Unknown.

Phineas Leland and Sarah Warren were married March 12, 1751/1752 in Grafton, Worcester Co., MA.

Phineas Leland and Sarah (Warren) Leland had eleven children:

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Samuel Abbey and Sarah (Warren) Leland were married April 4, 1776, in Grafton, Worcester Co., MA.

Samuel Abbey and Sarah (Warren) (Leland) Abbey had two children:

  1. Asaph Abbey: Born August 26, 1776, probably in Portland, Middlesex Co., CT; Died after 1825 in Connecticut. Married about 1800 in Glastonbury, Hartford Co., CT, to Ruth Hollister: Born October 25, 1781, in Glastonbury, Hartford Co., CT; Died February 20, 1868, in Portland, Middlesex Co., CT (age 86).
  2. John Abbey: Born 1781 in Connecticut; Died 1854 in Sangerfield, Oneida Co., NY (about age 73). Married before 1804 in Connecticut to Ruth Risley: Born February 25, 1781, in East Hartford, Hartford Co., CT; Died after August 17, 1860, in Hamilton, Madison Co., NY.



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Tabitha (Stone) Warren is buried in Portland Burying Ground, Portland, Middlesex Co., CT. Thanks to Find-A-Grave for making this image available.


Sarah (Warren) (Leland) Abbey is buried in Portland Burying Ground, Portland, Middlesex Co., CT. Thanks to Find-A-Grave for making this image available.


Samuel Abbey is buried in Portland Burying Ground, Portland, Middlesex Co., CT. Thanks to Find-A-Grave for making this image available.


Benjamin Abbe was born June 4, 1694, in Salem, Essex Co., MA.

Mary A. Tryon was born October 5, 1695, in Glastonbury, Hartford Co., CT.

Benjamin Abbe and Mary A. Tryon were married January 24, 1715/1716, in Glastonbury, Hartford Co., CT.

Samuel Abbey was born July 27, 1726, in Glastonbury, Hartford Co., CT.

Rachel Masson was born November 4, 1733, in Glastonbury, Hartford Co., CT

Samuel Abbey and Rachel Masson were married January 29, 1751, in Chatham, Middlesex Co., CT.

Rachel (Masson) Abbey died August 6, 1774, in Portland, Middlesex Co., CT, at age 40. Buried in Portland Burying Ground, Portland, Middlesex Co., CT.

Samuel Abbey died August 10, 1806, in Portland, Middlesex Co., CT, at age 80. Buried in Portland Burying Ground, Portland, Middlesex Co., CT.


From Jeromey Ward's Web Site:

Ebenezer was born in 1683, in Salem Village, Mass., baptized in Wenham before 1685; died in Windham, Conn., December 5, 1758. He removed with his father to the locality known as "Bricktop" in 1698; worked in Norwich for a time, about 1705; was at Windham in 1706 and later lived at North Windham and Mansfield. November, 1705, were recorded two deeds showing an exchange of property between Samuel Abbe and Ebenezer of Norwich, a lot upon Bushnell's Plain. He received a deed from Samuel, July 17, 1707, and sold land to Abraham Mitchell and William Slate in 1709 and 1711. October29, 1713, John Abbe, now resident at Hartford, in Hartford County," sold to his brother Ebenezer land he had received from his father, Samuel Abbe of Windham. In a deed of November 2, 1713, he alludes to his deceased father, Samuel Abbe, January 11, 1714, land bought from his brother, Samuel Abbe, and calls Abraham Mitchell father." He is found frequently in the records of Windham down to late in life. September 8, 1743, he sold to his son, Samuel, land on the east side of Nauchaug River in Windham. In 1715, Ebenezer Abbe was one of the settlers who formed Canada. Parish at Hampton Hill in the northeast part of Windham, and was one of those who on May 9, 1717, signed a petition to the General Assembly asking to be made a separate parish. In October of the same year another petition was sent to the assembly, asking that the taxes on property in this parish should be used for the establishing of their church. This petition was signed by Ebenezer Abbe, for the rest," and William Durkee. His will, dated June 3, 1750, probated December 14, 1758, names these heirs: wife Mary; children Ebenezer, Joshua, Nathan, Gideon, Samuel,Elizabeth Cross, Zeruiah Marsh, Jerusha Wood, Abigail Cary, Miriam Cross; grandson Jonathan Bingham, only surviving son and heir of his daughter Mary, deceased. (Windham Probate Records, Vol. 5, page 513.) Ebenezer Abbe married at Mansfield, October 28, 1707, MARY ALLEN, who died 1766, daughter of Joshua and Mary ( ) Allen, early settlers of Mansfield, who lived near what is now North Windham.

Ebenezer married Mary Allen daughter of Joshua Allen and Mary Crowell on Oct 28 1707 in Windham, Connecticut. Mary was born on Jun 10 1688 in Windham, Connecticut. She died in 1766 in Windham, Connecticut.


 

http://files.usgwarchives.net/ct/statewide/history/books/abbe001a.txt

  61.SAMUEL4 ABBE, son of Benjamin3 and Mary (Tryon) Abbe, born 1726;
died August 10, 1806, buried in Eastern Cemetery, Portland, Conn. He
received property by deed from his father, April 24, 1749, land on
the "east side of the Great River" at Middletown, Conn.; was also
party to deeds, 1758 and 1759. He was a store-keeper and kept the old
"Abbey Tavern." In the Census of 1790, he is given in Chatham, Conn.,
3 males over 21, 1 male under 21, 3 females in family. In 1800 he has
2 males and 1 female over 45, 1 male and 1 female between 16 and 26.
His will, made May 16, 1806, probated
August 30, 1806, is recorded in Middletown. The inventory amounted to
$5,292.61. Will of Samuel Abbe of Chatham, Middlesex County, Conn.,
mentions: wife Sarah; son Samuel, now residing in Genesee; son David,
now residing at New Orleans; son John, now residing at Middlebury,
N.Y.; daughter Jemima, wife of George Cooper; son George; surviving
children of daughter Damaris Hurlbut, deceased; daughter Mary Wilcox;
daughter Rachel Treat; sons Thomas, Benjamin, Asaph, Reuben;
appraiser, Nathaniel Cornwell. A Samuel and Sarah Abbey, with many
other parties, all formerly, and some now of Connecticut, signed a
land transfer in 1789, dividing a lot known as "Lottania." (Albany
Deeds.)
  Married (1) RACHEL MASSON.
  Married (2) April 4, 1776, MRS. SARAH WARREN LELAND of Grafton,
Mass. She had eleven children by her former marriage so that her son
by this marriage had the distinction of having had twenty-two half
brothers and sisters.

               Children of first wife (order not known)
     150  Benjamin Abbey, b. 1752;
          Thomas Abbey, was a Revolutionary soldier and
          pensioner. He is perhaps the Thomas Abbey who d. in
          Portland, March 24, 1824, aged 72.
     151  Samuel Abbey, b. about 1760; m. (1) ; (2) Margaret Lee
          or Miller.
          David Abbey, resided in New Orleans in 1806.
     152  John Abbey, resided in Middlebury, N.Y., in 1806;
          probably married Ruth Risley.
          Jemima Abbey, m. before 1806, George Cooper.
     153  George Abbey, b. Jan. 17, 1763; prob. m. Mary Brooks.
          Damaris Abbey, d. before 1806; m. June 21, 1776, in
          Chatham-Portland, Conn., Hurlbut. Children survived
          in 1806.
          Mary Abbey, m. in Chatham-Portland, Dec. 16, 1772,
          Darius Wilcox of Middletown.
     154  Rachel Abbey, m Charles Treat.
     155  Reuben Abbey, b. April 11, 1770; m. (1) Eunice
          (Goodell) Williams; (2) Mrs. Reeves; (3) Mrs. Mary
          Tryon.
         
                        Child by second wife
       156  Asaph Abbey, b. Aug. 26, 1776; m. Ruth Hollister.