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27. Samuel3 Wallingford (Unconnected2 Families, Unconnected1 Wallingfords) was born in Maine about 1793. (He was 60 in the 1850 census, 77 in the 1870 census, and 76 when he died in 1871, implying birth between 1790 and 1795.) Samuel died 21 January 1871. He was buried in the Milton Mills (N.H.) Cemetery.(239)

He married Fanny Tibbetts, 29 July 1812?, in Shapleigh, York County, Maine.(240) Samuel Wallingford of Wakefield, N.H. and Fanny Tibbetts of Shapleigh filed a marriage intention in Shapleigh on 2 May 1812 and were married there on 29 July. There is no proof as yet that this is the couple who later appears in the below-mentioned census records, but it seems likely.

Fanny was born about 1795, in Maine. (She was 57 in the 1850 census, 74 in the 1870 census, and 83 when she died in 1880, implying birth between 1793 and 1797.)

Fanny died 18 December 1880. She was buried in the Milton Mills (N.H.) Cemetery.(241)

He was listed as Samuel Hooper's neighbor in a census 1870 in Milton, Strafford County, New Hampshire.(243) His place in the genealogy is unknown. He appears in the 1850 census of Milton, N.H., aged 60, a farmer born in Maine with a farm worth only $200. With him are Fanny Wallingford, age 57 born Maine, and Frances Wallingford, age 20 born N.H.(244) They also appear in the 1870 census of Milton, although are listed in separate, but neighboring, households. Samuel, age 77, born Maine, appears in the household of Fanny Robinson, 54, born Maine, and Frank [C.?] Robinson, 11, born N.H., while right next door or in the same house is the family of Samuel Hooper, 42, a carpenter born in Maine. After a listing of six Hooper children comes Fanny Wallingford, age 74, born Maine.(245)

Samuel Wallingford and Fanny Tibbetts had the following children:

child + 114 i. Fatima4 Wallingford was born about 1814.

child + 115 ii. Frances Wallingford was born about 1830-31.

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