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Family of Amos SINGLETARY and Sarah CURRIER
|Husband:||Amos SINGLETARY (1651-1724)|
|Wife:||Sarah CURRIER (1665?-aft1690)|
Husband: Amos SINGLETARY
|Amos SINGLETARY, "ROGERS_RANGERS_02"|
|Name:||Amos SINGLETARY 1,2,3|
|Father:||Richard SINGLETARY (aft1585-1687)|
|Mother:||Susanna COOKE (1616-1682)|
|Birth||4 Apr 1651||Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts 4,5|
|Military||frm 1675 to 1676 (age 23-25)||soldier in King Philip's War; Massachusetts 5|
|Civil||Dec 1677 (age 26)||took oath of allegiance; Haverhill, Essex, MA, USA 3|
|Death||1 Nov 1724 (age 73) 6|
Wife: Sarah CURRIER
|Name:||Sarah CURRIER 5|
|Father:||Samuel CURRIER ( - )|
|Mother:||Mary HARDY ( - )|
|Birth||1665 (app)||Bradford, Essex, Massachusetts 5|
|Death||aft 28 Mar 1690 (age 24-25) 5|
|1||John Slaughter and Jodi Salerno, "Early Massachusetts Vital Records 1600-1849" (Name: Copyright ©2005-'09, The Massachusetts Vital Records Project;). p. 472.|
|http://ma-vitalrecords.org/MA/Essex/Salisbury/BirthsS.shtml#singletary. Call Number: Admin@MA-VitalRecords.org.|
|2||David Hoyt, "Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury, MA". p. 317.
Text From Source: Amos,2 b. April, 1651 [S]; m. (5)Sabah' Cubbier [wid. of Ichabod Rogers]; res. Hv., "yeoman;" a soldier in King Philip's war, 1675 and '6; oath al. Nov., 1677; d. Nov. 1, 1724; will Dec. 19, 1722; Nov. 25, 1724; ment. wife Sarah, but no chil.*
* In his will he ment. his " cousin " Sarah Page, wid. of (48) John' Page; his servant boy Joseph Fellows; Rebecca Draper, "whom I brought up with me;" Ann Eaton, dau. of John Eaton; Jonathan Clark; etc.
|3||James Savage, "Genealogical Dictionary of the First Setllers of New England" (Name: 1860;). Volume IV, p 102.|
|4||Ibid. Volume IV, p 102.
Text From Source: AMOS SINGLETARY, son of Richard Singletary, & Susannah Cooke, was born about, 04 April 1651, in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. He was a soldier in King Philip's War in 1675/6, as was a Jonathan Dunning, who some say was Jonathan Dunham, (alias Singletary), Amos' brother. Amos married Sarah (Currier) Rogers,daughter of Samuel Currier & Mary Hardy and probably widow of Ichabod Rogers. Sarah was born abt. 1665 in Bradford, Essex Co., Massachusetts and died after 28 March 1690. In some records Amos was listed as a yeoman. He is said to have been a Representative to the Massachusetts General Assembly in 171 he wrote his will on 19 December. He died on 01 November 1724, in Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts. His will is said to have been probated 25 November 1724.
|5||David Hoyt, "Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury, MA". p. 317.|
|6||Ibid. p. 317-318.|