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Re: William Allis Hatfield 1630-1919
Posted by: M Allis Date: September 02, 2001 at 16:46:53
In Reply to: Re: William Allis Hatfield 1630-1919 by P. L. Christian Jr. of 278

This is the info in the Allis book by Horatio Allis regarding Samuel Allis and his children. There is nothing further in the book than this on Mehitable.

3. SAMUEL ALLIS was born in Braintree, Mass., on February 24, 1647, and died in Hatfield on March 9, 1691. He married in 1675-6, Alice ___, and after his death she married Sergeant John Hawks on November 20, 1696. She was killed at Deerfield on February 29, 1703-4, during the attack by the French and Indians, at the time that her son Samuel was killed and two of her daughters (Mary and perhaps Rebecca) were captured.

Samuel Allis was a carpenter and builder of Hatfield and resided on the east side of Hatfield street. Seven children:

22.       Mehitable, b. July 2, 1677; married Benoni Moore of Hatfield and Northfield on December 13, 1698, and died May 8, 1757. Their 10 children were:
Elizabeth, b. Apr. 29, 1700       Hannah,        b. Sep. 22, 1708
Mehitable b. Jan. 2, 1701-2       Samuel,        b. May 15, 1712
Samuel,        b. Jan. 2, 1703-4       Mercy,        b. Sep. 12, 1713
Hezekiah,        b. Jan. 18, 1704-5       Lediah,        b. Feb. 28, 1715-16
Hannah,        b. Dec. 25, 1706       Ruth,        b. Jan. 29, 1717

23.       Samuel, b. Feb. 20, 1679; killed by the Indians in the attack on Deerfield, February 19, 1703-4.

24.       William, b. Oct. 19, 1680;*

25.       Mary, b. July 6, 1682; was captured by the Indians at Deerfield on February 29, 1703-4, and taken to Canada, but was afterwards released. On February 3, 1710, she married Nathaniel Brooks, a fellow captive. He was first married to Mary Williams, but in the attack on Deerfield he and his wife and two children were captured by the Indians and he only returned. His wife died in Canada and the fate of his children was unknown. Mary Allis and Nathaniel Brooks had the following children:
Nathaniel, b. Oct. 26, 1710       Aaron,        b. Oct. 17, 1717
Samuel,        b. Aug. 20, 1712       Moses,        b. Sep. 14, 1722
Eunice,        b. Nov. 22, 1714       Dina,        b. May 13, 1725

26.       Thomas, b. Mar. 12, 1684;*

27.       Sarah, b. in 1685; married (1st) Ebenezer Evarts of East Guilford on April 22, 1709. He died May 19, 1722, and she married (2nd) Capt. John Scranton (being his third wife) and died October 8, 1749. Sarah and Ebenezer had five children:
Hannah,        b. Oct. 30, 1710       Abigail,        b. May 12, 1718
Sarah,        b. Apr. 10, 1713       Abigail,        b. July 19, 1720
Mary,        b. Sept. 7, 1715

28.       Rebecca, b. Nov. 29, 1687; no further record.

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