401. Samuel S.7 Wallingford (David6, David5, Jonathan4, Nicholas3, Nicholas2, Nicholas1) was born in Stanstead, Quebec, Canada 31 May 1810.(2287) Samuel died of acute rheumatism, 26 May 1893, in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.(2288)
He married twice. He married first, Louisa Rogers.(2289) Louisa was born about 1814, in Stanstead, Quebec, Canada.(2290) Ancestral File source for her place of birth is highly suspicious. Entirely likely that she was born in the Cambridge area.
Louisa died 8 May 1837, in Roxbury, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.(2291) He married second, Sophia M. Tucker, 25 October 1839, in Roxbury, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.(2292) Sophia was born 1 February 1821, in Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.(2293) Her date of birth is calculated from her age at death of 81-10-24, and her place of birth and parents' names are also taken from her death record. Sophia was the daughter of Seth Tucker and Hannah Fowler.
Sophia died after 8 months of "paralysis", 25 December 1902, at home, 5 Tolman Place, in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, at 81 years of age.(2294) She was buried in Mt. Hope cemetery.
When their daughter Emma and son Granville were born in 1843 and 1846, respectively, Samuel was a carpenter and they were living in Roxbury, Mass. This was also true in 1850 when the census was taken. He was living with wife Sophia and three children.(2295) When he died in 1893 he was a married paint dealer living on Myrtle Place in Boston.
Samuel S. Wallingford and Sophia M. Tucker had the following children:
+ 517 ii. Emma W. Wallingford was born 30 October 1843.
518 iii. Granville S. Wallingford was born in Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts 30 November 1846.(2296) Granville died unmarried of a gunshot wound to the chest, 15 March 1870, at Boston City Hospital, in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, at 23 years of age.(2297) His occupation was "machinist" on his death certificate.
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