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searching for Samuel FOGG b.June 1, 1716 in Kittery, MAINE
Posted by: melissa1 (ID *****3873) Date: April 13, 2003 at 15:18:52
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searching for info on Samuel FOGG who was born 1716 in Kittery, York Co., Maine who removed with his father and family to Scarborough, Cumberland Co., Maine in 1727.
This Samuel Fogg had a hip problem that he said he thought was from "wading in the water".
He married in 1743 but I don't have that wife's name, and they had several children. His wife died March 24th, c1768?, year not specific and she died at "about age 44".
Samuel FOGG married 2nd on March 24, 1770 in Scarboro., to "widow" Elizabeth MOODY who I believe was the wife of Joseph MOODY who died after 1752 in Scarboro., Maine.
~IF~ this is the same Elizabeth, then she was born Elizbeth DECKER in about 1715 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, daughter of John Decker, Jr and Sarah BENNETT.
Elizabeth (Decker) (Moody) FOGG died however after about 4 years of marriage on March 17, 1774.
Apparently Samuel Fogg moved to New Gloucester, Maine after 1776 where he said he bought 60 acres of land there "with the intention of moving to that place".
This Samuel Fogg had a daughter named Esther, a son named Edmond and a daughter named Anna and perhaps other children, but these were mentioned in his journal.

If anyone has info on this particular Samuel Fogg, Please let me know as I would like to learn more about him.
This info comes from the old book called the History of the Fogg Family.

Thank You.


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