ELEVENTH GENERATION

Samuel and Hannah


1066. Samuel Wait.

Wait Family of Rhode Island
II 1. Samuel, (Thomas) (1640-1694), of Narragansett, 1663 and 1671; Wickford, 1668; Portsmouth, 1677 to 1694. In 1663, July 3, he an others of Naragansett desired to be under protection of Connecticut only; in 1668, May 4, he and others of Wickford petitioned the Connecticut authorities to reassume the protection of the settlemen, or that they might look for government and portection elsewhere; in 1671, May 20, he took oath of allegiance to Rhode Island; in 1673, May 6, he was a freeman; in 1677, Feb 11, he was at Portsmouth. He and his wife Hannah deeded to Thomas the house and all the land in Portsmouth, given and appointed by will made by the Town Council, being 30 acres, which had been owned by the father of said Samuel and Thomas; 1685, Feb 2, he was a freeman and conveyed to thomas; 1693, Mar 30, he sold to William Burrington for 50 (pounds) two pieces of land in Portsmouth, with houses, etc., one piece of land containing 16 acres and the other being 2 acres; in 1694, May 7, at Kings Town, he sold James Reynolds Sr. 50 acres in Kings Town for 12 (pounds) Samuel and Hannah (Whitman?) had 4 children.                

1067. Hannah.

Children were:

childSamuel Wait.
childJohn Wait.
childJoseph Wait.

child533 i.  Susannah Wait.

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