Samuel Newman

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Samuel Newman, son of Nathaniel Newman and Sarah Husted, was born at Stamford, Connecticut, 17 May 1725.1

Samuel married Sarah Peck, whose ancestry is unknown (or not traced here), at North Castle, Westchester Co., New York, 14 December 1748 (recorded at Stamford, Connecticut, as are the births of their first five children).2,3


Sarah Peck b. say 1728
  • Samuel Newman3 b. 9 Sep 1749
  • Joshua Newman4 b. 24 Apr 1751
  • Sarah Newman+2,3 b. 4 Jul 1753 or 13 Aug 1754, d. 15 Sep 1798
  • Lydia Newman4 b. 7 Mar 1756
  • Zebulon Newman5 b. 22 Sep 1760
  • Phebe Newman6 b. 1763, d. 31 Aug 1782
This person was last edited on6 Aug 2022


  1. [S2300] Frank J. Doherty, The Settlers of the Beekman Patent, Dutchess County, New York: An Historical and Genealogical Study of All the 18th Century Settlers in the Patent (12 vols., Pleasant Valley, New York: F. J. Doherty, 1990–2013), 9:470, further cited as Doherty, Settlers of the Beekman Patent.
  2. [S2308] William Hoyt Fancher and William Carroll Hill, editor, The Fancher Family (Milford, New Hampshire: The Cabinet Press, 1947), 25, further cited as Fancher, Fancher Family.
  3. [S1184] Lucius B. Barbour and Lorraine Cook White (editor), The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records (55 vols., Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing, 1994-2002), Stamford:139, further cited as Barbour and White, Barbour Collection.
  4. [S1184] Barbour and White, Barbour Collection, Stamford:138.
  5. [S1184] Barbour and White, Barbour Collection, Stamford:140.
  6. [S2314] L. Van Alstyne, Burying Grounds of Sharon, Connecticut, Amenia and North East, New York: Being an Abstract of Inscriptions from Thirty Places of Burial in the Above Named Towns (Amenia, New York: Walsh, Griffen & Hoysradt, 1903), 114, further cited as Van Alstyne, Burying Grounds of Sharon, Amenia and North East.