|Birth: ||Mar. 26, 1690|
|Death: ||Nov. 3, 1760|
SAMUEL STICKNEY, b. in Rowley, March 26, bapt. March 30, 1690; m. Nov. 15, 1715, Susannah Perley. They owned the covenant of the First Church, Rowley, Sept. 2, 1716.
July 11, 1715. "SAMUEL STICKNE of Rowley, weaver, for £5 conveys to his brother Richard Dole of Rowley, cordwainer, one-half a freehold or free comonage in upper commons in Rowley, in tract of land above Pen Brook and the 3,000 acres, which half freehold was a part of a freehold of my father Stickney, dec'd." [Essex Deeds, 44: 268.]
March 12, 1719-20. He sells for £45, to brother Richard Dole, five acres of upland and swamp ground in Rowley, West end, of West end Ox pasture, bounded by land of Joseph Brocklebank, Michael Hopkinson, Cornelius Davis, John Reyner, and Francis Palmer. Signed by SAMUEL STICKNEY and Susannah Stickney (his wife). [Ibid, 44: 266.]
May 10, 1728. He sells for £11, to Richard Dole, one-fifth of a Common Right in Rowley, originally Capt. Samuel Brocklebank's. [Ibid, 142: 294.]
Narragansett No. 1, now Buxton, Me., was granted by General Court to the representatives of those who were soldiers in King Philip's War. SAMUEL STICKNEY drew, Nov. 17, 1735, in the right of his father, John Stickney, lot number eleven.
SAMUEL STICKNEY died Nov. 3, 1760, and was buried in the first burial ground in Rowley. His Will, dated Feb. 15, 1753, proved Dec. 8, 1760, recorded Essex Prob. 37: 219, gives to his wife Susannah, whom he makes executrix, all his movable estate, the improvement of all his real estate so long as she remains his widow, and at her decease or time of marriage, to be equally divided among his six sons, Samuel, Moses, William, Daniel, David and Jonathan; if any die, to be divided among remainder. And as he had before given to his three daughters, Sarah, Lydia and Elizabeth, the value of £13, 6s. 8d., he now confirmed it to be their full portions.
Inv. of his estate, Dec. 24, 1760, gives half a dwelling house; barn and about five acres of land, £60; seven acres of land near Mr. Jeremiah Ellsworth's house; three acres salt meadow near Stack yard, so-called; one-half a right in "Narrow-Ganset Township, Number One," £13, 6s. 8d; Books and wearing apparel, £3 14s.; Husbandry Tools, &c. Amt. £173, 12s. 2d. [Ibid, 40: 104.]
In his widow Susannah Stickney's account of adm., Feb. 21, 1763, Estate Dr. to his sons Samuel, Jonathan, Moses, David (for funeral charges, £3 13s. 4d.), John, Samuel, Jr., and William Stickney. [Ibid, 40: 104.]
Susannah Stickney, his widow, was admitted a member of the First Church in Rowley, Aug. 23, 1767. She died July 12, 1773, aged 76.
91. Samuel, b. July 25, 1716; bapt. Sept. 2, 1716; d. unm.
92. Sarah, b. Mch. 31, 1719; m. James Dickinson, Mch. 5, 1740.
93. Lydia, b. May 27, 1721; m. Thomas Smith, Apr. 3, 1750.
94. Moses, b. Sept. 8, 1723; m. Sarah Graves.
95. William, b. Aug. 27, 1726; m. Mary Sawyer, Feb. 13, 1743.
96. Elizabeth, b. Mch. 22, 1729; bapt. Mch. 23; d. Apr. 28, 1729.
97. Daniel, b. Apr. 5, 1730; m. Sarah Gould, Mch. 11, 1755.
98. Elizabeth, b. Apr. 4, 1733; m. John Stickney, Mch. 9, 1751.
99. David, b. Sept. 25, 1736; m. Eliz'th Chapman, Apr. 23, 1761.
100. Jonathan, b. Sept. 25, 1736; m. Martha March.
John Stickney (1640 - 1709)
Hannah Brocklebank Stickney (1659 - 1749)
Susannah Perley Stickney (1697 - 1773)*
Rowley Burial Ground
Created by: Brian Stickney
Record added: Mar 05, 2011
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