1654 - 2 Apr 1717
Father: Richard SMITH
- BIRTH: 1654
- DEATH: 2 Apr 1717
Mother: Sarah HAMMOND
: Hannah PERRING
_Richard SMITH _|
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|_Sarah HAMMOND _|
Samuel lived at Nissequogue, on the west side of the "Horse Race" road. His first land was probably the 100 acres each that he and his brother Adam received in Stony Brook neck. On 29 August 1688, a deed from his father conveyed to him the dwelling and all buildings and lands then in his possession, with additional lands.
"The Family of Richard Smith of Smithtown, Long Island"
Frederick Kinsman Smith
Smithtown Historical Society, Smithtown, NY, 1967
"Samuel Smith (Richard), born 1654, d. 2 Apr 1717, married Hannah, daughter of Henry
Perring, one of the first settlers of Setauket, and his wife Hannah, whose first husband was
Jacob Longbotham, also one of the first proprietors."
"Records of the Town of Smithtown, Long Island, N.Y."
Transcribed by William S. Pelletreau
Huntington, N.Y.: Long-Islander Print, 1898, 569 pgs.
(Includes wills, deeds and other documentation of the "Bull Smiths"; p474 includes the
"Descendants of Samuel Smith, Son of the Patentee")
Smith line from a GEDCOM file posted to RootsWeb by Evelyn Beran [firstname.lastname@example.org].
The Family of Richard Smith of Smithtown, Long Island. Ten Generations