Biography of Samuel Adams
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Adams, Samuel, Westhaven, was born in Westhaven in 1818; he was town representative in 1864 and 1865; was justice of the peace and held other minor offices; he was married three tunes; the first time to Mary A. Goodrich, to whom he was married in 1839; she died on June 11, 1853, leaving three children: Francis E., Henry J. and George S. Henry J. enlisted at the nine months call and served a year in the 14th Vermont; he was discharged in 1863, and was married in 1869 to Hannah Martin. They have three children: Samuel, Hattie and Harry. Francis E. married Orson Martin. His second wife was Orelia Larvabeef; she died in 1860. His third wife was Mrs. Angeline Ray Hill, to whom he was married in 1864. His parents were Horace and Ora (Billings) Adams; they were born in Connecticut and were married at Westhaven. They had eight children, five are now living. Horace Adams was a member of the Legislature, justice of the peace and held other minor offices. He was a son of Samuel and Elizabeth Adams, who came from Suffolk, Conn., and settled in Westhiaven in 1792. Horace was born in 1783, settled in Westhaven in 1792, and died in 1865.

From:
History of Rutland County, Vermont
Edited by: H. P. Smith and W. S. Rann
D. Mason & Co., Publishers
Syracuse, N. Y. 1886


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