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Abraham Samson Descendant Chart Report


   
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This Website will bring you information about Henry Samson of Henlow, Bedfordshire, England, who arrived in New England as a 16 year old on the ship "Mayflower" in 1620, his descendants, his and his wife's ancestors, sites associated with this family, their biographical history, their artifacts when discovered, memorials dedicated to them, and reports of the activities of the Samson Kindred.

The same information will be provided about Abraham Samson, who was in Duxbury as early as 4 December 1638, his wives, their ancestors, and his descendants.


Prospective members please e-mail Scott Samson or download the membership application and send it to him with the appropriate fees.

SAMPSON/SAMSON BOOKS
Eight publications dealing with the Sampson/Samson genealogical lines.
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MAPS: HENRY A. FISH CIRCA 1920 MAP OF DUXBURY, MA.
This map shows what is believed site of Pilgrim Henry Samson’s and Abraham Sampson’s houses. Read More

1ST PHSK TRIENNIAL MEETING
Our first Triennial Meeting of the Membership will be held on Saturday, September 6, 2008, from 2-4 P.M. in the Carver Room of the Radisson Hotel, Plymouth , MA . All Kindred members and others interested are invited to attend. We have accomplished much during our first three years. There will be the election of officers and we will conduct of other business as we plan for the next three years.


DNA SEMINAR
Speaker: DARREN MARIN
Date: Saturday, 6 September 2008
Time: 1:30 - 4:00 p.m.
Place: Plymouth, Mass. in the Radisson Hotel Ballroom
Program: DNA & GENEALOGY

The DNA Committee invite and encourage Plymouth area people to attend this debut of structured education. We believe the program is ideal in showing how DNA and Genealogy can work together in eliminating many of our “stone walls.” We trust that members of the Plymouth area genealogical societies and others will appreciate this opportunity without having to travel far from home. We hope to see a large turnout and are excited about this new program.

The seminar is being supported by private donations. There is no fee and you do not need to be a Mayflower member. In order to determine attendance, the committee does request that people pre-register.

To pre-register: by Email: MFSDNA@gmail.com
or by regular mail: DNA Seminar; P.O. Box 588; Sunol, CA. 94586

Since early 2007 our speaker Darren Marin has been with Family Tree DNA which is associated with the Arizona Research Labs, one of the world’s leading authorities in the field of Y-DNA genetics. He is a California native who graduated from the University of Houston with a Degree in Italian Studies. Darren’s interest in his own family roots helped draw him to Family Tree DNA where he has become a favorite speaker.

Sponsored by the DNA Committee of the General Society of Mayflower Descendants.


THE SAMSON KINDRED Y-CHROMOSOME DNA PROJECT
We are seeking descendants of Pilgrim Henry Samson who arrived in 1620 on the ship Mayflower and of Abraham Sampson who is first found in the Plymouth records as living in Duxbury in 1638. Our goals are to validate existing lineages and to develop a DNA database, or signature, of Abraham and Henry in order to identify and dispel existing confusion of their many descendants. See More


PILGRIM HENRY SAMSON MEMORIAL TO BE DEDICATED AT ST. MARY'S CHURCH 25 SEP 2007.
Our Kindred will be dedicating a memorial plaque to Pilgrim Henry at his parish church, St. Mary the Virgin Church, in Henlow, Bedfordshire, England, where he was baptized on 15 Jan 1604. It will take place during the visit by the General Society of Mayflower Descendants "Historic Sites Committee Tour" led by its Chairperson (and Kindred Member), Barbara L. Williams. For further information about the tour and booking travel, contact Plymouth Travel, Seven South Park Avenue, Plymouth, MA 02360, phone 508-746-0844. The tour is limited to 44.


THE SAMSON CHURCH: ST. MARY THE VIRGIN CHURCH, HENLOW, BEDFORDSHIRE
St. Mary the Virgin Church is probably best known to Americans as the parish church of Elizabeth Tilley Howland and the plaque to her memory there. Often overlooked is the fact that it was not only the parish church of her parents, "Mayflower" passengers John and Joan Hurst Tilley, but also Pilgrims Edward and Ann Cooper Tilley (Elizabeth's uncle and aunt), John Dunham, Jr., a son of later arrival (between 1628 and 1632) John Dunham and Susan Kaino/Cainehoe, John Masterson who never made it to Plymouth from Leiden, and our Pilgrim Henry Samson. See More

THE DESCENDANTS OF ABRAHAM SAMPSON
The Descendants of Abraham Sampson is a Chart Report based on the Pilgrim Henry Samson Kindred’s Abraham Sampson database of sources. See More