299. Samuel6 Wallingford (David5, Peter4, John3, John2, Nicholas1) was born probably in Rochester, N.H. about 1790-1. (Gravestone) His son David's death record in the Milton Town Report says that Samuel was born in Milton(2028) , but as Milton was incorporated from Rochester in 1802, this is probably not strictly correct. He was probably born in that part of Rochester that became Milton. He was baptized with his next two youngest siblings in Rochester on 30 June 1796.(2029) Samuel died 11 August 1826, probably in Milton, N.H..(2030) He was buried in the Plummer-Jones-Palmer Cemetery on Plummer's Ridge in Milton, N.H.
He married Sally Worster, 12 November 1815, in Rochester, Strafford County, New Hampshire.(2031) They were both of Milton at the time of their marriage.
Sally was born 22 July 1793, in Berwick, York County, Maine.(2032) Her parentage comes from a Worcester genealogy.(2033) Her son David's death record in the Milton Town Report states that she was born in Milton.(2034) Sally was the daughter of Lemuel Worster and Mary Woodsum.
Sally died 12 January 1863, in Milton, Strafford County, New Hampshire.(2035) She was buried in the Plummer-Jones-Palmer Cemetery on Plummer's Ridge in Milton, N.H. Hurd's History of Rockingham and Strafford County states that they had four children, the eldest being Zimri, and that he inherited the family home in Milton from his father.(2036)
Samuel Wallingford and Sally Worster had the following children:
+ 446 i. Zimri Scates7 Wallingford was born 7 October 1816.
+ 447 ii. David Wallingford was born 4 April 1819.
+ 448 iii. Mary Wallingford.
+ 449 iv. Ira Wallingford was born 13 or 18 November 1823.
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