Massachusetts records show Samuel Smith took the Oath of Fidelity at Eastham, Barnstable County, Mas…
Massachusetts records show Samuel Smith took the Oath of Fidelity at Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts 25 October 1667. Samuel served as a constable of Eastham in 1670. Administration of the estate of Samuel Smith of Eastham was granted to Mary Smith, widow, and John Smith, son, 20 April 1697. Heirs mentioned in the order of settlement made 22 April 1697 were grandsons Samuel and Joseph Smith, sons of his eldest son Samuel: son John Smith, and daughter, Mary Hamilton, wife of Daniel. The same heirs were mentioned in the estate of Mrs. Mary Smith of Eastham (his wife) on 18 July 1700, the administrator being their son in-law Daniel Hamilton.
01.) "Mayflower Families Through Five Generations" Descendants of the Pilgrims who landed at
Plymouth, Massachusetts, December 1620, Volume six, Family of Stephen Hopkins compiled by
John D. Austin, F.A.S.G, published by General Society of Mayflower Descendants 1992, page 27,
entry # 15 Mary Hopkins. This shows Mary Hopkins married Samuel Smith and shows their children
including Mary Smith entry # 71 who married Daniel Hamilton. * see book for additional sources.