Name: Samuel Stoddard 1
Birth: 23 JUN 1750 in Leicester, Worcester, MA
Death: 18 FEB 1833 in Pinckney, Lewis, NY
Burial: Lewis Co., NY (Pinckney Crnrs & Rd. 194)
Military Service: American Revolution
In his 54th year, Samuel left Brookfield, Massachusetts in 1804 with his wife, six sons with families, and two daughters. Daughter Betsey stayed behind to marry Foster Newton. Samuel drove a team of horses and son Richard drove a yoke of oxen, following a trail of marked trees to their new home in the Pinckney wilderness.
In "Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War" - Vol. 15, p. 69, Samuel Stoddard was a Private in Capt. Josiah White's Company, Lt. Col. Benjamin Flagg's division, Col. Samuel Denny's (Worcester Co.) regiment. They marched 21 August 1777 to Hadley on an alarm at the Northward. His service is registered as being five days in length, which included the two days of travel home(40 miles).
He is listed in the Census of 1810, Lewis County, NY. There is a possibility that he is buried in an old and neglected rural Stoddard Family Cemetery near a farmhouse at Pinckney Corners and Road 194 in Lewis County, NY.
Father: Jacob Stoddard b: 1705 in Stoughton, Norfolk, MA
Mother: Hannah Minot b: 1720 in Leicester, MA
Elizabeth Dunn b: 26 NOV 1746 in Uxbridge, Worcester, MA
6 NOV 1770
in Uxbridge, Worcester, MA
- Samuel Stoddard b: 1773 in Spencer, Worcester, MA
- John Stoddard b: 1776 in Worcester County, MA
- Richard Stoddard b: 1779 in Worcester County, MA
- Lydia Stoddard b: 22 FEB 1780 in Worcester County, MA
- James Stoddard b: 3 MAR 1783 in Worcester Co., MA
- Rufus Stoddard b: 20 MAR 1785 in Worcester Co., MA
- Elizabeth Stoddard b: 20 MAR 1785 in Worcester Co., MA
- David Stoddard b: 15 AUG 1788 in Brookfield, Worcester, MA
- Nancy Stoddard b: 24 NOV 1790 in Brookfield, Worcester, MA
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