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Abraham Samson Descendant Chart Report


   
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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


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


CHILDREN OF HENRY AND ANNE (PLUMMER) SAMSON
Listing of the sons and daughters of Henry and Anne Samson See More


HENRY SAMSON ASSOCIATED SURNAMES
Henry Samson Associated Surnames Through 4 Generations
Source: Family of Henry Samson, Vol. 20, Part 1, GSMD, 2000
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ABRAHAM SAMSON ASSOCIATED SURNAMES
Abraham Sampson Associated Surnames Through 4 Generations
Source: Pilgrim Henry Samson Kindred Abraham Sampson Database. See More


HELPFUL TIPS
1. “Family of Henry Samson Vol. 20, Part 2”: The GSMD has Henry Samson Vol. 20, Part 2 on their Internet site. It includes the 5th generation descendants of Henry’s son James and daughters Dorcas (Samson) Bonney, ----- (Samson) Hanmore, Hannah (Samson) Holmes, and Elizabeth (Samson) Sprout. In some instances it not only names the 6th generation, but also the 7th and their spouses. Part 3 has similar information for the remaining children Stephen and Caleb. Daughter Mary who married John Summers/Somers apparently had no children. All 3 Parts can be ordered online at
http://www.themayflowersociety.com/book.htm.

2. Proving descent from Abraham Sampson (in Duxbury by 1638): For those who have proven their descent from John Alden or Myles Standish, if you are descended from their granddaughters Lora(h) or Lydia, you have also thereby proven your descent from Abraham Sampson because the sisters married Abraham’s sons Abraham (II) and Isaac respectively and are eligible for our “Active” category membership (see Constitution & Bylaws).

You need merely submit photocopies of those particular Alden or Standish papers to our Kindred genealogist that bear the signature of the GSMD Historian General if the date thereon is 1983 or later. If you don’t have a signed copy, you can obtain one by sending a request along with your GSMD number (found on the “Mayflower Quarterly” label above your name) and a $10 check payable to “GSMD” to: Historian General, GSMD, P.O. Box 3297, Plymouth, MA 02361-3297.